Scotland midfielder Billy Gilmour aims for more 'dreams' to come true at Euro 2024

Billy Gilmour of Scotland during the international friendly match between Scotland and Northern Ireland at Hampden Park on March 26, 2024 in Glasgow, Scotland.(Photo by AMA Archive - AMA/Getty Images)
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Billy Gilmour hopes he can have the same kind of impact for Scotland at Euro 2024 this summer that he had after getting an unexpected chance to impress against old rivals England last time out.

The Brighton and Hove Albion midfielder – then at Chelsea – had just barely turned 20 when Steve Clarke shocked him by telling him he would be getting his first competitive Scotland cap against England in their group stage clash at the one-year delayed Euro 2020.

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Steven Chicken

Steven Chicken has been working as a football writer since 2009, taking in stints with Football365 and the Huddersfield Examiner. Steven still covers Huddersfield Town home and away for his own publication, Steven is a two-time nominee for Regional Journalist of the Year at the prestigious British Sports Journalism Awards, making the shortlist in 2020 and 2023.