Date: 11th July 2019 at 6:40am
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According to reports on Wednesday, Tottenham Hotspur have denied a request from the Republic of Ireland to include Academy prospect Troy Parrott in their upcoming clashes against Norway, France and Czech Republic at Under 19 level.

Spurs aren’t alone in denying the request according to a report from The Independent.ie as U19 manager Tom Mohan is unable to call upon ten first choice players for the game, as with the matches coming outside of an official FIFA international window, clubs are not obligated to release players for duty.

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Parrott has missed out previously, back in March and June for the Under 21 group as we had concerns over his fitness back then, but it again restates the belief that manager Mauricio Pochettino intends on taking a far closer look at him this pre-season, having brought him more into the first team fold in 2018/19.

We’ll have to see how much involved the highly rated 17-year-old gets this summer.

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