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 Post subject: RACA International First
PostPosted: Sat Jun 09, 2018 9:14 am 
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Ryton And Crawcrook Albion hit a historic milestone in midweek when former player Michael Woud made his senior international debut for New Zealand in the All Whites' 2-1 win over India in the Intercontinental Cup in Mumbai. Woud made 6 appearances for RACA in 2015-16 while on loan from Sunderland AFC's goalkeeping academy & becomes RACA's first ever player to win a senior international cap.
That got me thinking about any other recent Northern League players who've represented a country in full internationals no matter how obscure the nation, Chris Waddle being the obvious one. Any others spring to mind?

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Adam Reed, who had a brief spell at Whitley Bay, is a Philipines international


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palmersville lad wrote:
Adam Reed, who had a brief spell at Whitley Bay, is a Philipines international
Dimitri Limbo, who ended last season is also a Philippine International at under-23 level.
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Ryton And Crawcrook Albion hit a historic milestone in midweek when former player Michael Woud made his senior international debut for New Zealand in the All Whites' 2-1 win over India in the Intercontinental Cup in Mumbai. Woud made 6 appearances for RACA in 2015-16 while on loan from Sunderland AFC's goalkeeping academy & becomes RACA's first ever player to win a senior international cap.
That got me thinking about any other recent Northern League players who've represented a country in full internationals no matter how obscure the nation, Chris Waddle being the obvious one. Any others spring to mind?
Michael Woud was also at Sunderland RCA after his spell at Ryton was finished.

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 Post subject: Re: RACA International First
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el Queso Grande wrote:
palmersville lad wrote:
Adam Reed, who had a brief spell at Whitley Bay, is a Philipines international
Dimitri Limbo, who ended last season is also a Philippine International at under-23 level.
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Ryton And Crawcrook Albion hit a historic milestone in midweek when former player Michael Woud made his senior international debut for New Zealand in the All Whites' 2-1 win over India in the Intercontinental Cup in Mumbai. Woud made 6 appearances for RACA in 2015-16 while on loan from Sunderland AFC's goalkeeping academy & becomes RACA's first ever player to win a senior international cap.
That got me thinking about any other recent Northern League players who've represented a country in full internationals no matter how obscure the nation, Chris Waddle being the obvious one. Any others spring to mind?
Michael Woud was also at Sunderland RCA after his spell at Ryton was finished.

That's right, I think Mark Prudhoe at the SAFC Goalkeeping Academy wanted to test Michael & the other academy keepers we loaned at a higher level following their spell in Division 2

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Julio Arca captain of Argentina FIFA U20 cup winners, if that counts.


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Wasn't there a St Kitts & Nevis international playing in our league in the last few seasons?

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David Rayner, who played 5 games for Whickham in 2012/13, played one full international for New Zealand, v Vanuatu in 2000.

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Trevor Benjamin Jamacia international...

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Pascal Chimbonda - Washington last season


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david harvey. whitby. played for scotland.


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Whitby also had Peter Lorimer and Eddie Gray.

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Alan O'Brien at Bedlington, full ROI international.


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David Speedie played at Crook Town. Chris Waddle also played for Tow Law.

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