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If you want to know about the future of football, then you need to focus on Scotland. It's the only country in the world where football is the main sport.
The 17-year-old is the very definition of a modern Centre Back combining his defensive abilities with his passing expertise. He is highly regarded in the Bavarian youth setup and is currently learning from the likes of World Cup record goalscorer Miroslav Klose and Bundesliga and Premier League winner Martin Demichelis. Morrison was also recently appointed captain of the Scotland under 17 side, this captaincy will most likely continue into the under 19 side where he will no doubt be a mainstay. The young Centre Back hopes to break into the first team within the next three years but his main goal is to become the best defender in the world.
The 18-year-old just signed his first professional contract for the Hammers this summer showing that he is a highly thought of prospect. He will no doubt spend another season developing with the youth teams but the right back will hopefully be in the mix to get some minutes during cup games against sides from the lower divisions. After another season as part of a youth development squad Ashby would either have to push to be a squad player for the London side or go out on loan to get some competitive experience. Competitive experience in the next year or so is crucial if Ashby is to develop into Scotland’s starting right back in the next 5 years. (Source: ne98.net)
Maloney started his career at Celtic, playing 215 matches across all competitions and winning honours including five Scottish Premier League titles. He was the first player to claim both the SPFA Players' Player of the Year and the SPFA Young Player of the Year awards in the same season, doing so in 2005/06. He had a spell in the Premier League with Aston Villa, before returning for a second spell at Celtic. Maloney returned to English football in 2011 with Wigan Athletic, helping them win the 2013 FA Cup Final. Maloney then briefly played in Major League Soccer for Chicago Fire. He last played for Hull City for two seasons, before retiring due to injury in 2017. Maloney made his senior international debut for Scotland in 2005 and he went on to earn 47 caps, scoring seven goals.
Maloney had trouble settling into the club but after a somewhat lacklustre start to his Villa career, he began to show his best form. Maloney has acknowledged that his football had been suffering but remained optimistic about his future at the club: "Homesickness has affected my form. I haven't played well enough to play in the team and I think that has shown, so hopefully now things can change." (Source: en.wikipedia.org)