SHEFFIELD UNITED star David Brooks pulled out of Wales’ Toulon Tournament squad – only to be named in England’s just 11 minutes later.
The midfielder had been included in a 20-man party for the Dragons’ first appearance in the prestigious Under-20 competition.
The FA of Wales posted a tweet yesterday showing the names of all the players picked with the message: “Wales intermediate manager Rob Page has today announced his 20-man squad for this month’s Tournoi Toulon.”
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However, another tweet posted today at 11.49am said Brooks had withdrawn from the squad.
Rhys Norrington-Davies and Mitchell Clark also pulled out.
Then, when England announced their squad just 11 minutes later at midday, Brooks was included in it.
Brooks can still join Wales at a later date, but the shocking switch left some on social media angry.
One user posted: "Good riddance."
Another said simply: "Scab."
While another tweeted: "Brooksit."
Wales manager Robert Page said: "It's a frustrating part of the job with dual nationality players. We'll support him in his decision."