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Updated Saturday, 26th May 2007
Queen of the South are counting the cost of not checking all the paperwork that arrived with Jamie Adams but he is looking north to Canada.
While his temp club will have to find the cash for the fine, Adams is looking forward to this summer's under-20 World Cup in Canada. Adams did his case for selection no harm when he opened the scoring in Scotland Under-20s 4-0 win over Northern Ireland Under-21s in a challenge match at Firhill on Wednesday night. This was Scotland's final warm-up game for the World Cup. The tall midfielder hopes that his goal and performance will be enough to see his name in the travelling squad of 21 players who will meet up on June 20 before travelling to North America. He said: "It's up to the manager who he takes to Canada but hopefully I will be in the squad. It will be harsh for anyone who is left out because everyone has done really well. There are players who are not even in the squad who are good players. We played well against Northern Ireland. After the substitutes came on in the second half we passed the ball about well and it showed by us getting four goals in the end. Beating anyone 4-0 is good, especially at this time of the season when you think some players might be a bit tired. We were missing a few players so that shows that we have a strong squad."