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FOOTBALL fans have taken to social media to vent their fury after the Team GB squad for the Tokyo Olympics snubbed Scottish football stars – and Wales aren't happy either.

In fact, such are the decisions that have left people "fuming", even fans of England's Lionesses have called out the "highly biased" selections.

The Scottish Women's National Team (SWNT) made history when they qualified for the 2019 World Cup, with fans flocking to Hampden in record numbers to see the side stun Jamaica 3-2 with the help of a goal of the year by Erin Cuthbert in a warm-up for the big event.

The SWNT squad features players plying their trade at top clubs in Scotland, England and America.

Cuthbert is with league winners and Champion's League runners-up Chelsea. Captain Rachel Corsie plays with Kansas City in America, facing off against US stars such as Alex Morgan, Carli Lloyd and Crystal Dunn. Arsenal's squad includes Scotland's Jennifer Beattie and Lisa Evans. Claire Emslie has played for Man City, Orlando Pride and now Everton.

Today was the big day, with the squad of 22 being announced – the video graphic below, probably quite smartly, doesn't include which nationality each team member is, so take your guess as to how many in "Team GB" play for England.

Congratulations to those of you who said 19 – Scotland's Kim Little and Caroline Weir and Wales's Sophie Ingle were the only exceptions.

The team was selected by England coach Hege Riise, who replaced Phil Neville, as part of an arrangement that the highest ranked team would lead the Olympic efforts.

Some will suggest at this stage that the SFA should have continued with its policy of refusing to acknowledge Team GB for fear of its impact on Scotland's status as an independent footballing nation.

Others are already bidding to trend #NoTeamGB on Twitter – with many Welsh fans leading the way on this.

But one thing Twitter seems to agree on is that Scotland star Erin Cuthbert was more snubbed than anyone.

Social media users have been hitting out in confusion and anger – and not just those who are fans of Scotland.

PS. While Scotland legend Kim Little did make the cut, the squad announcement on the England team's website lists her as playing for Manchester City ... she plays for Arsenal.

If only Union-Jack-stamped decisions like these still came as a shock to us.