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Thread: Academy U18s News Thread

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    Manchester United Academy vs Everton report - Official Manchester United Website

    Good to see other lads get a chance despite the result. The first 11 of the team have learnt a lot from the big defeats they took early on in the season, hopefully these lads can too. Think it will be a big boost to their FAYC hopes if they can get Byrne playing to this level. If they can get someone else to partner McCullogh at CB so Blackett can be played at LB that will also be a boost, as Blackett is a bit wasted at CB.

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    U18s: Manchester City v Manchester United report - Official Manchester United Website

    United's youngsters were beaten 3-1 against neighbours Manchester City at Platt Lane extending the winless run at league level to five games despite the impressive FA Youth Cup run.

    Again without influential players such as skipper Luke McCullough and Belgian import Adnan Januzaj, the Reds were undone by some misfortune and loose defending at times. Nicolas Ioannou turned the ball past Jonny Sutherland to register an own goal with only seven minutes on the clock and it was always going to be an uphill battle after that setback.

    Sutherland made one top-drawer save to keep United in the game but he had little chance when Albert Rusnak latched onto a Devante Cole pass to double the hosts' lead on 35 minutes.

    Some marvellous work from Jack Barmby teed up Luke Hendrie to pull one back but any hopes of a stirring rally were dashed when Cole, Andy's son, claimed the third as he fought with Ioannou to squeeze in a cross by Adam Drury at the near post.

    Mats Daehli fired wide and Liam Grimshaw, who returned from injury to make his first start of the season, was desperately unlucky to hit the woodwork but there was to be no late drama despite a much-improved second half display.

    United: Sutherland; Grimshaw, Ioannou, Blackett, Ekangamene; Barmby, Hendrie, Rudge, Daehli; van Velzen, Byrne (Wilson 57). Subs not used: Jacob, Wilkinson, Gorre, Rowley.

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    Academy playing at Stoke today. Not on MUTV. Gollini makes debut.

    Team: Gollini, Wilkinson, Blackett, Iounnou, McCullough, Charni, Gorre, Hendrie, van Velzen, Pearson, Wilson.
    Subs: Rudge, Coll, Daehli, Grimshaw.

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    Stoke 1-0 up after 4 mins.

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    Half Time. Still 1-0.

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    Daehli on for Gorre. 2nd half underway.

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    2-0 Stoke.

    Jack Rudge & Liam Grimshaw on for Luke Hendrie and Matty Wilkinson.

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    3-0 now. Still no win in the league since November.

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    3-2. Rudge and Wilson with the goals. Not long left.

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    Full Time. 3-2.

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    Under 18s are 2-1 up at Huddersfield. Hendrie and Blackett with the goals.

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    3-1 now. Wilson with the goal. Daehli assist.

    Edit: 3-2.

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    Bloody hell 3-3! FT. Under 18s got a habit of throwing leads away. Paul McGuiness has talked about them losing concentration.

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    With the U18s being a relatively young team mental tiredness could be the issue.

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    United vs Stoke U18s. Not on MUTV.

    Team: Gollini; Grimshaw, Reece James (Matty's brother), Blackett, McCullough, Pearson, Daehli, Pereira, Wilson, Lawrence, Van Velzen.
    Subs: Ekangamene, Coll, Rothwell, Byrne, Ioannou.

    0-0 at HT.

    Stoke 1-0 up after 54 mins.

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    It's now 2-1 to United. 2 goals for Lawrence in 2 minutes.

    1st assist for Van Velzen I think. Not sure on 2nd sounds like a brilliant goal though.

    64 mins. Byrne replaces Wilson.

    84 mins. Rothwell replaces Lawrence.

    Full Time. 2-1.

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    Forgot to start a thread for the Marveld Tournament, not much point starting one now. United's U15s have made it to the Semi Finals. Won their group, 2 wins and 2 draws. FC Ghana were disqualified for fielding overage players.

    Feyenoord in the Semi Final tomorrow. Hope they do well. Heard big things about some of this group.

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    Demi Mitchell in that group or the under 16's ? Seemed to impress at that Aegon cup.

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    Yeah Mitchell's in.

    They just beat Feyenoord 6-5 on penalties after the semi final finished 0-0. Into the final now against Bayer Leverkusen.

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    Lost to Bayer Leverkusen 4-0 in the final. 2nd is our best ever finish in the tournament. Group of 2010 came 3rd.

    Dean Henderson gets the award for best goalkeeper of Marveld 2012.

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    Demetre Mitchell, Cameron Borthwick-Jackson, and Marcus Rashford have been called up to the England U16s.

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