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Ross County's Morris named in Northern Ireland squad


By Andrew Henderson


Ross County centre back Callum Morris has been called up to the Northern Ireland squad for the first time in two years.

Morris (pictured) will join up with the Northern Irish squad after County’s Scottish Premiership clash with Aberdeen for the Euro 2020 qualifying matches against Luxembourg and Germany.

Ross County's Callum Morris could be in line to make his international debut after previously being called up to the Northern Ireland squad. Picture: Ken Macpherson
Ross County's Callum Morris could be in line to make his international debut after previously being called up to the Northern Ireland squad. Picture: Ken Macpherson

The 29-year-old was previously called up during spells with Aberdeen and Dunfermline.

“It’s a great honour,” Morris said.

“I am absolutely delighted, getting in to national teams is a lot more difficult as you don’t have the coaches watching you every day.

“But obviously my performances during matches have been to a standard where they think I am worthy of being there.

“Being selected for your national team is always something that a player wants to do and it’s a very prestigious moment for any player of any nationality.”



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