Date: 15th March 2018 at 12:43pm
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England U18 head coach Neil Dewsnip has named four Manchester City players in his 20-man squad for the up and coming games against Qatar, Argentina and Belarus.

Goalkeeper Curtis Anderson has been on City’s books since last July while Doncaster born defender Joel Latibeaudiere also gets the nod.

Central Midfielder Felix Nmecha, who was born in Hamburg in 2000 (really?) and left winger Ian Poveda also make the squad.

Curtis Anderson

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Joel Latibeaudiere

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Felix Nmecha

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Ian Poveda

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For some reason all of the forthcoming England U18 games will be played behind closed doors and so there is not much point in mentioning them.

Curtis Anderson – Manchester City
Josef Bursik – Stoke City
William Crellin – Fleetwood Town

Timothy Eyoma – Tottenham Hotspur
Lewis Gibson – Everton
Marc Guehi – Chelsea
Joel Latibeaudiere – Manchester City
Brooklyn Lyons-Foster – Tottenham Hotspur
Steven Sessegnon – Fulham
Adam Wilson – Newcastle United

Conor Gallagher – Chelsea
George McEachran – Chelsea
Felix Nmecha – Manchester City
Tashan Oakley-Boothe – Tottenham Hotspur
Oliver Skipp – Tottenham Hotspur
Callum Wright – Leicester City

Morgan Gibbs-White – Wolverhampton Wanderers
Callum Hudson-Odoi -Chelsea
Danny Loader – Reading
Ian Poveda – Manchester City

Many of the named players won the U17 World Cup with England last year.