Kieffer Moore has become the latest player from Forest Green Rovers to be called up to the England C squad for their forthcoming international against Estonia on Tuesday, 15th November.

The front man will earn his first international cap having been promoted from the standby list for the International Challenge Trophy Group game.




He will join Forest Green team-mates Daniel Wishart and Ethan Pinnock in the Three Lions squad that will travel to Tallinn later this month.

Moore, who moved to The New Lawn in January following a spell playing in Norway with Viking, has made fourteen appearances in all competitions this season – finding the net on four occasions.

The 24-year-old started his career with Truro City before moving onto Dorchester Town, where his impressive form caught the eye of Championship-bound Yeovil Town.

He represented the Huish Park side in the second and third tiers of English football.

Source: www.footballconference.co.uk


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