Huddersfield Town boss Lee Clark: We're all so proud of Jordan Rhodes' Scotland success

HUDDERSFIELD Town  manager Lee Clark is aiming to get more of his players on the international map after Jordan Rhodes bagged a hat trick for Scotland's Under 21 team as they beat Luxembourg 5-1.

HUDDERSFIELD Town  manager Lee Clark is aiming to get more of his players on the international map after Jordan Rhodes bagged a hat trick for Scotland's Under 21 team as they beat Luxembourg 5-1.

Rhodes, who misses tomorrow's League One clash with Stevenage Borough at the Galpharm Stadium as he remains with the Scotland camp for their home game with Austria on Monday, was prasied by his boss.

"We are all very proud of what Jordan has achieved," said Clark.

"It was terrific to get the news through that he had scored a hat trick for his adopted country and he is a great lad who deserves his success.

"Hopefully we will get to a point when we have three or four others involved - Jack Hunt surely cannot be far off gaining international recognition - and we are looking to develop our young players and get them so they are playing international football."

Oscar Gobern, who suffered a thigh injury in Tuesday night's Johnstone's Paint Trophy exit to West Yorkshire rivals Bradford City, is expected to be fit to face Stevenage in the first ever meeting of the two clubs.

 

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