The Ross County defender is one of three British-based players in the Faroe Islands squad for the clash in
Gregersen believes many Faroe islanders do not get the chances they deserve because they are overlooked by the rest of
"I don't understand why some of our young players don't have contracts here and around
"Our football system is quite good. We are only 50,000 people but our players are honest and have a similar culture to
"I'm hoping people will look at our players and give them a chance. We have a lot of raw talent.
"We play football for the love of the game. Sometimes when we go abroad, I don't feel we get the respect we deserve. We have got some results and always play our hearts out. It's like going to war for us," added Gregersen.
Faroe Islands assistant manager
"This game and the last one were live on TV so that's good for the profile. We have a lot of young players coming through, a lot of older players are retiring. We have nine players who are under 21. The under-21s beat
"You look at the likes of (Eidur) Gudjohnsen coming out of
"Edmundsson down at Newcastle looks a really good prospect. Clubs should take a chance on some of the players, it's not a huge investment. They are honest players, physically in good condition, with a great attitude and strong temperament," added the Irish Assistant.