Gibraltar Head Coach Julio Ribas has announced a 21-man squad for the upcoming UEFA Nations League matches vs Armenia and Liechtenstein.
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Notable inclusions to the team include Kyle Casciaro, who although being capped 23 times makes his first appearance in the national team since 2017, and George Cabrera, who has been in a great run of goalscoring form since returning to the Lincoln first team.
There are no places in the national team though for Mikey Yome, the Europa striker who has been in good form this season, or Adam Priestley, who has also been in good form in the English non-league system with Ossett United. In fact, like September there are few English-based players in the team, with the vast majority of the squad playing in the local league, which takes another break during the international window.
With the Under 21s playing away in Macedonia on the same day Gibraltar take on Liechtenstein, there are not as many younger players as usual in the team, although the likes of Tjay De Barr, Graeme Torrilla, Michael Negrette and more are on standby in case they are needed.
Matt Cafer (Gibraltar Phoenix), Kyle Goldwin (Gibraltar United)
Louie Annesley (Lincoln), Erin Barnett (Gibraltar United), Ethan Britto (Mons Calpe), Joseph Chipolina (Lincoln), Roy Chipolina (Lincoln), Jean-Carlos Garcia(Lincoln), Ethan Jolley (Europa), Jayce Olivero (Abingdon United – England), Jack Sergeant (West Didsbury & Chorlton – England)
Anthony Bardon (Lincoln), Kyle Casciaro (Lincoln), Andrew Hernandez (Lincoln), Anthony Hernandez (Lincoln), Alain Pons (Lincoln), Liam Walker (Europa)
George Cabrera (Lincoln), Lee Casciaro (Lincoln), Jamie Coombes (West Didsbury & Chorlton – England), Reece Styche (Darlington – England)
Dayle Coleing (Europa), Jamie Robba (St Joseph’s), Graeme Torrilla (Mons Calpe), Kevagn Robba (Mons Calpe), Michael Negrette (Gibraltar United), Scott Ballantine (Gibraltar Phoenix), Leon Clinton (Lynx), Tjay De Barr (Europa)