Premier League defender admits he’s switched allegiances to country he’s NEVER visited

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Aston Villa right-back Matty Cash has revealed that has NEVER been to Poland, despite having switched international allegiances.

Cash has been mightily impressive while playing Premier League football for Aston Villa. He’d ordinarily have a fighting chance of working his way into Gareth Southgate’s England setup but has one major factor working against him.

Unfortunately for Cash, he’s a right-back. Southgate already has four in the squad: Kyle Walker, Kieran Trippier, Reece James and Trent Alexander-Arnold. Even Aaron Wan-Bissaka has never made his England debut.

As a result, Cash made the decision to switch international allegiances to Poland, for whom he was eligible. However, he has now revealed in an interview with the Guardian that he’s never even been to the country.

Matty Cash has switched allegiances to a country he’s never even visited

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“I’ve got relations in Poland but I’ve never been there and never met them, but my mum has been on the phone to them constantly and everyone is so excited.”

Cash will be flying to Poland frequently if he is to become a regular in the side. He probably ought to get out there at the earliest possible opportunity to try the food and learn the language…

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