Elliott Anderson has given a few explanations for why he hasn’t chosen a nation to represent just yet.

must make a definitive decision about his allegiance to his country before England He was called up by Scotland for their matches against Cyprus in a European Championship qualifying and against England in a friendly, but the 20-year-old midfielder withdrew. Anderson, who was born in Whitley Bay and has represented Scotland at four different age groups, would have pledged his allegiance to Scotland with a performance against Cyprus.English FA bosses had been under the impression that Anderson, who briefly turned out for England’s Under 19s two years ago, would commit his future to Scotland, country he qualifies for through his grandmother.


Anderson, who briefly played for England’s Under 19s two years ago, had given English FA executives the impression that he would decide to devote his future to Scotland, a nation for which he qualifies through his grandmother.

However, Anderson said that after his withdrawal, no decision had been taken,

land can move forward. The seven-time Newcastle player Anderson received acclaim for his performance in Sunday’s 8-0 thrashing at Sheffield United.

which reopened the door for additional discussions.

Following Sven Botman’s third-quarter goal on Sunday, Sheffield United is now subject to an FA fine for missiles hurled at Newcastle players from the fans. A bottle struck Anderson in the foot.


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