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Billy Gilmour to represent Scotland in FIFA 20 tournament

Chelsea midfielder Billy Gilmour will represent Scotland in 433’s “Plan B” FIFA 20 tournament.

The global pandemic has caused a void of football around the world with large chunks of football leagues come to a halt.

The Premier League has recently announced the league postponement is extended until “no earlier than April 30” (The Guardian).

The UEFA has come to a decision to postpone the Champions League and the Europa League indefinitely, while the Euro 2020 will now take place in 2021.

One of the biggest football platforms on social media 433 came up with an idea of a FIFA 20 tournament consisting of 32 European countries.

And each country will be represented by professional footballers from their respective nations.

Chelsea’s hottest prospect will take part in this “433 Plan B” tournament as the Scotland representative.

He will compete against former Chelsea striker Lukaku who represents Belgium, Manchester United’s Mason Greenwood (England) and Daniel James (Wales), Arsenal’s Granit Xhaka (Switzerland), Manchester City’s Oleksandr Zinchenko (Ukraine) and Aymeric Laporte (France), along with many other footballing stars.

The tournament will take place starting next week and you can watch the live stream of all the matches on 433’s channels.

Previously, 433 came up with “Stay at Home Challenge” in which footballers post their kick-ups skills, either while washing their hands or using toilet rolls instead of footballs.

Several Chelsea players have posted their takes on the challenge, including Mason Mount, Reece James, Antonio Rudiger, Fikayo Tomori.

Recently, Billy Gilmour also took on the challenge, but with a twist at the end.

My personal favourite, however, is Chelsea legend John Terry’s way of taking on the challenge.






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