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Scotland Features In T&T Friendly

Swansea City striker Jason Scotland came on as a second half substitute in Trinidad & Tobago's friendly match against Guadeloupe.

The Soca Warriors drew the match 0-0 but Scotland couldn't get a first team place in front of Kenwyne Jones and Stern John.

Scotland could well feature on Saturday away at Crewe, although it wouldn't be a surprise if Roberto Martinez decided to rest him after his international involvement.

Guillem Bauza performed well at Oldham, coming off the bench to inspire us to victory, while loanee Febian Brandy also came on and scored the winning goal.




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Date:Thursday February 7 2008

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