Speaking to the official website, Shots manager Gary Waddock said, "We will miss Strakes and Soaresy for the St Albans City Setanta Shield match and possibly for the Farsley Celtic match too but we wish them well.
"It is good for their development and a good experience too and I would never stand in any player's way for International football. We will miss them, for sure, but it gives other players the opportunity to stake a claim in their absence."
Last weekend, in what was Barbados' first game in over nine months, Sealy's men beat Antigua and Barbuda 3-2 in a friendly in which they twice came from behind.
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