Town youngster to work under senior Manager Ian Baraclough
- Brodie Spencer receives Northern Ireland call-up
- Young Terrier has been capped at Under-16 and Under-19 level
- Youngster to participate in four-day training camp
Huddersfield Town B Team defender Brodie Spencer has been invited to attend Northern Ireland’s senior training camp!
The 18-year-old will head to St George’s Park for a four-day training camp under the watchful eye of Manager Ian Baraclough ahead of four UEFA Nations League fixtures in June.
Taking place between Monday 16 May and Thursday 19 May, the purpose of the camp is to provide an opportunity to assess the fitness levels of regular squad members, and to bring players from both the Under-21s and Under-19s into the senior set-up to see how it operates.
“It will enable the younger players to showcase what they’re all about and increase their experience of international football with the senior team coaches and players.” Baraclough explained.
Brodie is already capped at both Under-16 and Under-19 level, earning all three of his U19 caps this season. He was called upon to link up with Gerard Lyttle’s squad, who also coached Brodie as Manager of Northern Ireland’s Under-16s.
Brodie has had an excellent second season at Huddersfield Town, bypassing the Under-19 age group to join Jon Worthington’s B Team. He also signed his first professional contract with the Club in September 2021, and won the Academy Player of the Year for the 2021/22 season!