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Norwich City duo in Scotland squad for England clash

Russell Martin (left) and Steven Naismith (right) could both face England. Credit: PA

Norwich City pair Russell Martin and Steven Naismith have both been called up to the Scotland squad for their crucial World Cup qualifier against England next month.

Scotland are currently languishing in 4th in Group F and realistically need to avoid defeat on June 10 at Hampden Park to keep their qualification hopes alive.

Defender Martin and forward Naismith will both be hoping to force their way into manager Gordon Strachan's starting XI, while recently released Ipswich Town defender Christophe Berra has also been selected.

  • Scotland squad to face England

Craig Gordon (Celtic), Jack Hamilton (Hearts), David Marshall (Hull City), Allan McGregor (Hull City), Ikechi Anya (Derby County), Christophe Berra (Unattached), Stephen Kingsley (Swansea City), Russell Martin (Norwich City), Charlie Mulgrew (Blackburn Rovers), Mark Reynolds (Aberdeen), Andrew Robertson (Hull City), Kieran Tierney (Celtic), Stuart Armstrong (Celtic), Barry Bannan (Sheffield Wednesday), Scott Brown (Celtic), Tom Cairney (Fulham), Darren Fletcher (West Brom), James Forrest (Celtic), Ryan Fraser (Bournemouth), James McArthur (Crystal Palace), John McGinn (Hibernian), Kenny McLean (Aberdeen), James Morrison (West Brom), Robert Snodgrass (West Ham), Steven Fletcher (Sheffield Wednesday), Chris Martin (Derby County), Leigh Griffiths (Celtic), Jamie Murphy (Brighton), Steven Naismith (Norwich City)

David Oldfield makes Peterborough United return

David Oldfield has returned to Peterborough United. Credit: PA

Former Peterborough United player David Oldfield has returned to the club to become manager Grant McCann's new assistant.

Oldfield has signed a two-year deal with Posh after initially carrying out the role for the final few weeks of last season.

It will be the second time that the 48-year-old has been part of Peterborough's coaching staff having previously worked there between 2008-2011.

He replaces Lee Glover who was sacked back in March.

It was a no-brainer from my point of view and I am over the moon. To have his expertise and experience around me and my staff is fantastic.

Since he joined us at the end of last season, the boys bought into his ideas. He is an excellent coach and has great experience of this league.

– Grant McCann, Peterborough United Manager

Peterborough have also confirmed that Mark Tyler has been appointed Goalkeeping Coach on a permanent basis, but highly-rated midfielder Jermaine Anderson has turned down the offer of a new contract.

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Jones 'bitterly disappointed' by Luton Town exit

Luton Town manager Nathan Jones struggled to hide his frustration after watching his side concede in the 95th minute of their League Two semi-final to end their hopes of reaching Wembley.

The tie appeared to heading for extra-time, before goalkeeper Stuart Moore's last minute own goal handed Blackpool an aggregate victory.

Jones admitted he was "bitterly disappointed" that his players switched off at the most critical moment of the tie, but backed them to bounce back next year.

Lee Angol: Striker swaps Peterborough for Mansfield

Lee Angol in action for Peterborough against Chelsea in the FA Cup. Credit: PA

Peterborough United striker Lee Angol has joined League Two side Mansfield Town for an undisclosed fee.

The 22-year-old has struggled for game time at Posh under manager Grant McCann and was loaned out to Lincoln City towards the end of last season.

He helped the Imps gain promotion from the National League during his spell at Sincil Bank and had attracted interest from a number of clubs.

Angol's Peterborough teammate Hayden White has also completed a permanent move to Mansfield following a successful loan stint.

McGrandles previously played for Falkirk. Credit: PA

Meanwhile, former Norwich City midfielder Conor McGrandles has agreed to move to MK Dons on a free transfer.

The 21-year-old has signed a two-year-deal and will be hoping to establish himself in England having struggled with injury during his time at Carrow Road.

“When I learnt MK Dons were interested, I knew that it would be a great place for me to come to," McGrandles said.

"I know the ambition the club is to get out of the league again and that was a big factor. I know the manager and the coaching staff well too so that was a big draw."

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