The Spanish team celebrate after winning the gold medal of the UEFA Under 19 Championships  after the match against Scotland 2:1 in Poznan 29 July 2006. AFP PHOTO / JANEK SKARZYNSKI (Photo credit should read JANEK SKARZYNSKI/AFP/Getty Images)

What happened to... the Scotland U19s Euro Championship finalists?

Scotland U19s beat Germany this week, so we look at another U19s team that ended up playing in the European Championships final back in 2006.

They were beat 2-1 by a Spain side that had Gerard Pique, Juan Mata and Javi Garcia but where are these Scots players now?

Came through the ranks at Kilmarnock before serious injury derailed his career. Was forced to take two years out. Returned to football to play for Wigtown and Bladnoch before being picked up by Ayr United where he currently plays.

5. Jamie Adams

Came through the ranks at Kilmarnock before serious injury derailed his career. Was forced to take two years out. Returned to football to play for Wigtown and Bladnoch before being picked up by Ayr United where he currently plays.
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Started out at Celtic but never played a competitive game, joined Swindon and helped them gain promotion to League One under Paolo Di Canio. Had stints with Portsmouth and Dundee, and has been at Peterhead since 2015.

6. Simon Ferry

Started out at Celtic but never played a competitive game, joined Swindon and helped them gain promotion to League One under Paolo Di Canio. Had stints with Portsmouth and Dundee, and has been at Peterhead since 2015.
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Came through at Dundee United made a number of appearances but was loaned out to various clubs inlcuding Partick Thistle, and Raith Rovers. Joined Brechin City between 2013 and 2015 before ending up at Montrose. Released in 2016.

7. Greg Cameron

Came through at Dundee United made a number of appearances but was loaned out to various clubs inlcuding Partick Thistle, and Raith Rovers. Joined Brechin City between 2013 and 2015 before ending up at Montrose. Released in 2016.
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Another Celtic youngster who had plenty of promise but injury ended his pro career at 24. Had pelvic and groin injuries and eventually quit. Played briefly for Dundee and East Stirlingshire.

8. Charles Grant

Another Celtic youngster who had plenty of promise but injury ended his pro career at 24. Had pelvic and groin injuries and eventually quit. Played briefly for Dundee and East Stirlingshire.
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