Lanarkshire Esports star helps Scotland announce their squad for EURO 2020

A Motherwell Esports star helped announce the Scotland squad for the upcoming EURO 2020 championship.

Marc Marley appeared in the announcement video alongside other Scottish stars such as Si Ferry, Des Clarke, and Ally McCoist.

The former Our Ladies High pupil is a professional FIFA Esports player and is currently representing the national team in the FIFA eNations qualifiers ahead of the eNations cup finals in August.

Marc appeared in the announcement video posted on the Scotland team’s social media accounts to unveil Declan Gallagher’s place in the squad.

He was seen playing FIFA and scoring with Gallagher before the player was officially announced as being in Steve Clarke’s squad.

Speaking to Lanarkshire Live, Marc said: “I remember being asked at the time if I would be up for being a part of the Scotland squad announcement and at first I thought they were talking about doing something for our eNations team.

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“It was only when I got told I’ll be announcing Dec Gallagher that I realised it was actually going to be for the Euros.

“It was an incredible feeling when it was released and I saw they had included it – we’ve never made a major tournament in my lifetime, so to be included in the announcement video is just crazy.

Marc Marley helped announce the scotland team for EURO 2020

“Those who edited the video done an outstanding job and I’m sure everyone had a few goose bumps after watching it. It has gotten me really excited for the euros to come now.”

Marc will be playing qualifiers for the eNations cup with his teammate Adam Ryan this weekend, and you can keep up to date on the official Scottish National Team twitter.

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Daily Record – Motherwell