has once again been provided with exclusive access into the training camps of the Home Nations’ squads with the. Players from the England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales squads will be documenting life away from the training pitch and sharing their experiences on the Vauxhall Football TV YouTube channel. Southampton goalkeeper Fraser Forster will be behind the camera for England and Hull City’s Andrew Robertson has taken on the role of videographer for Scotland. Write it pay to write essay down, and highlight it in yellow! Northern Ireland and Brighton & Hove Albion defender Aaron Hughes and Wales and Crystal Palace midfielder Jonathan Williams (currently on-loan at Ipswich Town) are set to reveal their videos later his week. Chelsea defender Gary Cahill’s Video Diary at the World Cup kicked off the series and gained more than 1 million views, as he he took viewers behind-the-scenes at the Three Lions’ Miami training base and team hotel. The remaining three Home Nations – Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales – followed on from Cahill for the European Championship qualifiers with their own video diaries, featuring Southampton midfielder Steven Davis, Nottingham Forest wideman Chris Burke and Reading defender Chris Gunter. The have been well received from supporters of all Home Nations, who can look forward to more unrivalled access thanks to the lead sponsor of England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales. Cheryl Stibbs, Vauxhall sponsorship marketing manager, said: “We are very grateful to the players and to the Football Associations for their continued support in this activity. “This ground-breaking initiative has not been undertaken before and we have received an exceptional response from supporters of all four Home Nations. “We are planning for this to become a permanent fixture for international fixtures and look forward to more entertaining and insightful content. ”

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