Cash set to play for Poland

Cash set to play for Poland

Cash set to play for Poland

Cash set to play for Poland

Cash set to play for Poland

Aston Villa defender Matty Cash could make his international debut for Poland next month after being

granted citizenship of the country.

The 24-year-old was born in Slough, Berkshire, but his mother comes from Poland and Cash can now represent them.

“This is a very important and proud day for me and my family,” Cash wrote on Instagram.

“My application to get a Polish citizenship has been approved by Polish authorities.”

He added: “Now it’s time for a new challenge. I will give my all for this country.”

“Playing in the national team is not only a great responsibility, but also something additional,

which is very difficult to describe in words.”

Cash signed a five-year contract at Villa Park in September 2020, joining from Nottingham Forest in a deal worth up to £16m.

He has played 10 games in all competitions for Villa this season.

Scoring his first goal for the club in the 3-0 Premier League win

against Everton in September.

Poland are second in their World Cup qualifying group behind England and face Andorra away on 12 November before a home

fixture against Hungary on 15 November.

Matty Cash is the current Aston Villa player and he is a kind of active and full of speed player in the field and in fact he can choose

England to play for but because his parents are Polish and even though he was born in England but his blood and origin gene is

Polish that’s why he prefers Poland in stead of England and now his role is to play for them and by the time is coming of the

World Qualifier he will be involved in the squard.

He will be the first mixed race player to play for the best national side.

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