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Discussion in 'England' started by revelationx, Feb 22, 2011.
It was indeed Ashby-Hammond according to the teamsheet.
Any info on Hilton? Is he highly rated compared to the other players in this age group?
Fulham signed him from Tranmere at 16, he's always been impressive for them, gets on the scoresheet, smart player.
One of my favourite age groups. Particularly, when you consider that the best talents in this group match up nicely with traditional weaknesses of England teams and even the current senior team.
Coincidentally, most of them seem to come from Merseyside. Something in the water that year?
Who were people most impressed by today?
Goals from the game against Belgium.
Have to say that Belgium second goal was a great goal.
13 November 2019 14:00 England v Luxembourg
16 November 2019 14:00 England v Macedonia
19 November 2019 14:00 Bosnia & Herzegovina v England
Does anyone know the location for the two home matches?
There’re not home fixtures mate, it’s the qualifying round and all games are in Skopje, North Macedonia.
Oops, my bad.
We need lions
A bit random? If you own a Zoo, I suggest contacting other Zoo’s to see if they have Lions to sell.
Les Parry from the Manchester United academy said James Garner (and Gomes) could've gone out on loan in the summer but Solskjaer chose to keep them at the club.
Article in the Sun today reckons Preston, Wigan and Sunderland will try to get Garner on loan in the January window.
This'll be interesting.
Confusing as hell but I love the idea of a two-year cycle. The under-18 programme we have now is just a bit of a holding pen.
I'm really bad at processing these things until i've seen them ran through once or in a visual form.
Is it basically, whoever ends up in League A gets to play the Euros? And the cycle just continues constantly?
This page is slightly clearer: https://www.uefa.com/under19/news/newsid=2625646.html
Basically, there will be four full mini-League tournaments over the course of the two years. During the first three, we just have to try to remain in League A (i.e. not finish bottom) or get promoted back into it. If we manage that, then the fourth will work like a standard qualification group: to make the Euros, we'll have to win our group or finish as one of the best two runners-up from five League A groups.
From 2021 there will be two overlapping cycles running at once. So for example, in 2021/22, the 2004s will be in the first year of their cycle, and the 2003s will be in the second year of theirs.
Goalkeepers: Luca Ashby-Hammond (Fulham), Marcus Dewhurst (Guiseley, loan from Sheffield United), Carl Rushworth (Worthing, loan from Brighton & Hove Albion)
Defenders: Ajibola Alese (Accrington Stanley, loan from West Ham), Lee Buchanan (Derby County), Taylor Harwood-Bellis (Manchester City), Ethan Laird (Manchester United), Henry Lawrence (Chelsea), Clinton Mola (Chelsea), Luke Thomas (Leicester City)
Midfielders: Faustino Anjorin (Chelsea), Thomas Doyle (Manchester City), James Garner (Manchester United), Sonny Hilton (Fulham), Jacob Ramsey (Aston Villa), Bukayo Saka (Arsenal), Morgan Whittaker (Derby County)
Forwards: Arvin Appiah (UD Almeria), Bobby Duncan (Fiorentina), Anthony Gordon (Everton), Tyreece John-Jules (Arsenal)
Great to see Laird back. Midfield looks incredibly strong as ever.
Is Jones injured?
Without the Future England Senior International? Not really.
Destined to never get to see Doyle, Garner + Jones together in a side.
Maybe for the seniors, one day.
Xavier Amaechi has replaced Whittaker.
Maghoma and Livramento in for Ramsey and Lawrence too.