Elliott Chamberlain (Exeter City/Bath City - striker) Has returned to Bath City on loan as the former Wales U21 international looks to get some game time.  Chamberlain spent a period on loan at the club last year - scoring four goals in eleven appearances.

Jake Charles (Huddersfield - striker) Has signed a new contract that will keep him at the club until 2017.  charles celebrated signing his new deal with a brace as the U18's made it six wins in six - as they beat Crewe 3-0.
Jake has set off this season really well, but he is still learning the game and he will continue to listen and develop. He is playing in the 'number 10' role at the moment." Mark Lillis, Academy manager 

Chike Kandi (Chelsea - striker) Scored a fantastic second half goal after coming on as a substitute against Middlesbrough.  
Kandi picked the ball up with his back to goal, turned away from two men and headed for goal. He danced his way through seemingly the whole Boro backline, some more than once, before finding space for a shot and lashing the ball past the keeper.  The Blues ran out 5-0 winners.

Gethin Jones (Everton - defender/midfielder) Helped the U18's notch up a fifth straight win with an expertly taken free kick.  The young Toffees beat Blackburn 3-2 with the Welshman scoring the winner.  Jones was joined in the starting XI by James Graham (Everton - defender).

Aaron Oakley (Swindon - defender) Was given the greenlight to return to training this week after being out with a foot injury.

Jake Taylor (Reading - midfielder) Made his debut for the Royals lost away at Burnley.  Taylor came off the bench with 58 minutes on the clock as his side lost 2-1 at Turf Moor.
Jake has worked so, so hard on the training ground - another player who has come through the system from the age of 8. His involvement today is down to his hard work on the training ground and his persistence to keep going every single day." Nigel Adkins, Reading manager

Louis Thompson (Swindon - midfielder) Started as Swindon travelled to Preston last Saturday.  The Wales U19 international played 90 minutes in the 2-1 defeat. 

George Williams (Fulham - striker) Gave away a penalty and scored as the U18's beat Liverpool 4-2 on Wednesday afternoon.  Williams has made an impressive start to the season.  The game also marked the first start for Jordan Williams (Liverpool - midfielder) as he returns from a long term knee injury.  He also picked up an assist as Fulham beat Leicester City U18's away this Saturday.