Jacques is one of three players to be part of the squad for a 2nd year.
He is also one of a number of players who is part of his club’s first team squad, as number 2 keeper at League 2 side Queen’s Park.
Jacques is bilingual, speaking French and hopes to move onto University after school.
He is studying an HNC in football at college has aspirations of owning his own football coaching business in the future.
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Ben is one of three players to be part of the squad for a second year.
He was on trial at a number of top EPL clubs in his younger years and has also played for the SFA Scotland U16 team.
Ben now plays his club football with Junior team Clydebank, where he plays with both the U19 and First team squads.
After school Ben hopes to become a PE teacher.
Versatile in defence and midfield he is enjoying his club football at League 1 East Fife where he plays with the U19s and has also had experience within the first team squad.
In the longer term Josh’s football ambition is to earn a full time contract.
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Millar has had experience within the first team match day squad at his club Inverness Caley Thistle and he has ambitions of earning a professional contract.
Away from football Millar is considering pursuing a career in law and is a black belt in Taekwon-Do.
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Lewis’s first language as a child was Gaelic, although he claims he now speaks none of the ancient language.
His footballing ambition is to earn a pro contract, should this not work out Lewis hopes to join the police.
Versatile defender Lucas is comfortable at both centre back and left back.
He recently joined Championship Alloa Athletic, having previously played for Falkirk, Celtic and Dundee United.
His ambitions in football are to earn a full time contract, away from football he is keen to become an electrician. Lucas is right handed, but left footed.
Kyle was part of the SFA performance school at St John’s Dundee for four years and previously played for Dundee United and Fife Elite.
Away from football Kyle is a keen golfer.
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Liam has had first team experience at his club, League 1 East Fife who he signed for in the summer.
He is a fan of Dundee United.
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Jack plays his club football with Hutchieson Vale, a club who have produced a long list of famous players.
Comfortable at centre half, Jack prefers playing in the centre of the pitch.
His career aspirations are to play football the highest level he can, away from football he hopes to become a detective.
Aside from playing Jack is also a qualified referee and also a talented basketball player, having won the Scottish Shield with his school last year.
He plays with Championship side Partick Thistle where has had experience training with the first team squad.
Away from football Billy hopes to become a personal trainer and admits to being a fan of Beyonce.
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Like many players in the squad he has dropped deeper on the pitch as he has got older, having been a centre forward when younger.
After school he aspires to play football at the highest level and learn a trade.
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Blair is one of a number of the squad to be part of his clubs first team, playing for East of Scotland team Camelon Juniors.
A versatile player, Blair is most dangerous on the wing, but also comfortable at left back.
After school he hopes become a Quantity Surveyor or Civil Engineer.
Blair also claims to be a talented table tennis player & ten pin bowler.
Winger Jack possesses impressive pace and can provide a danger on both sides of the pitch.
As a player he has had considerable success in schools’ football, winning the Fife cup on two occasions.
Away from football Jack enjoys golf & skiing and has long term aspirations of studying sports science or physiology at University.
Wide man Ryan is one of a number of the squad to be part of his club’s first team, playing for junior club Dundee North End.
Although predominantly a wide player this a relatively new position for Ryan, who has previously played centre midfield and centre defence.
When younger Ryan played for Championship side Dundee, where he made his debut for the reserves at 15.
He has been part of one of the SFA’s performance schools for four years at Grange Academy and played at premiership side Kilmarnock for much of this period.
Scott is considering seeking out a football scholarship in the USA on the completion of his education in Scotland.
James recently moved to the mainland to support his football development and now attends Dingwall Academy.
He has already has experience within the reserve squad at his club Ross County and hopes to sign a professional contract with the premiership club.
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Attacker Gospel is a talented player comfortable in any postion in midfield and up front.
He was a relative late comer to football, having only played for a club for five years.
His ambition in football is to earn a full time professional contract, whilst away from football he is considering a career in law.