Meet latest Aston Villa wonderkids Steven Gerrard has promoted to senior training

The international respite allowed Steven Gerrard to take a closer look at those on the sidelines. Morgan Sanson and Marvelous Nakamba are now hoping to make their claim given Boubacar Camara has injured his knee ligaments while Cameron Archer keeps his head down as he patiently waits for some time in the match.

Those not called up by their international teams – the likes of Tyrone Mings, Philippe Coutinho, Ole Watkins and Amy Buendia – also went on to qualify for Bodeemmore Heath in preparation for Sunday’s Leeds United game, the first of nine matches before the six-week World Cup break.

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Fans may not have recognized the two players through Villa’s latest social media posts, though, as those who have been called up for first-team sessions by Gerrard himself. Dutch teenager and FA Youth Cup winner Lamarie Bogard is back from a long-term injury. The defensive midfielder last appeared in November last year, with the Dutch youth international being highly regarded by Gerrard and Villa’s coaching staff. Bogard, 18, signed a new long-term deal at Villa as recently as July, underlining his importance at Bodymoor.

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“Finally we’re back next week,” Bogard said earlier this week, with the youngster hoping to return to playing after nearly 11 months of injury. The Villa U-21 host West Bromwich at Villa Park on Friday night (7pm tickets still available) before traveling to Portsmouth for the FA Cup on Tuesday 4 October, and Bogard will likely be in Fratton Park.

Another player called up for first-team sessions last week is Bogard’s Under-21 teammate Teddy Rowe, who joined the club again at the Under-9 level. Rowe, who made his FA Cup debut against Liverpool in 2021, signed his first professional contract in July of this year after impressing his coaches. The energetic midfielder has started this season well and earned a call-up from Gerrard after scoring twice in Villa’s 3-3 draw with Stoke City before the international break.

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