Poland called up for Matty Cash

Poland called up for Matty Cash

Poland called up for Matty Cash

Poland called up for Matty Cash

Poland called up for Matty Cash

Matty Cash is on the brink of playing right-back for Poland – a country where he wasn’t born

and a position he once didn’t want to play.

But unexpected turns are a common theme for a player who went from selling toys in Windsor to rising from

League Two to the Premier League.

Now a regular for Aston Villa, he is in the Poland squad for Friday’s World Cup qualifier against Andorra.

Yet at 16, he was without a club after being released by Wycombe.

“He was lost,” his dad Stuart Cash told  Sport new reporter.

“My wife and I sent him to work at Daniel Department Store, we wanted him to experience that real working life

and it was fantastic for him.

It gave him a sense of life without football, having come so close.

“I remember sitting down with him and saying ‘look, if you want to go and work in Daniel’s or get a job elsewhere,

me and your mum will support you, but you’ve got too much talent on a football pitch to do that’.

“From there he knew what he had to do. That job gave him the motivation to say ‘I don’t want to do this,

I want to become a footballer’.”

Cash scored his first Premier League goal in September and in November was called up to the Poland national squad

for the first time after switching allegiances.

Cash spent five seasons in the Championship at Nottingham Forest, making more than 141 appearances for the cluband now he is in the best form of playing with Aston Villa in the Premier League through his performance and skill
of the game.

Matty Cash is fully deserves to be called up by Poland.

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