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AFC Bournemouth have 11 internationals called up for their countries

Posted: Fri 17 Mar 2017

The Cherries have six youth internationals and five senior internationals travelling to represent their countries

AFC Bournemouth have so far had 11 internationals called up for their countries.

Six of those are at youth level with Aaron Ramsdale being called up to the England under-19s, Lewis Cook to the England under-20s, Mark Travers to the Ireland under-19s, Joe Quigley to the Ireland under-21s, Mihai Dobre to the Romania under-21s and Jordan Holmes to the Australia under-23s.

At senior level, Ryan Fraser received his ever first call up for the senior Scotland side, who face Canada in a friendly and Slovenia in a World Cup qualifier. 

Brad Smith earns an Australia call up as they face World Cup qualifiers against Iraq and UAE. 

In-form Joshua King has been selected for Norway and will be in contention to get his 28th full cap for his country when they face Northern Ireland in a World Cup qualifier in Belfast a week on Sunday.

Harry Arter is in the Republic of Ireland squad as Martin O’Neill’s side face Wales in a crucial qualifier before facing a friendly against Euro 2016 quarter finalists Iceland.

Max Gradel rounds off the Cherries on international duty, as he has been called up for the Ivory Coast.