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YOUNG GUNS WATCH

Weekly young guns watch - (Matches 1 Nov 18 onwards) Page updated 6 Nov 18.

Monday 5 Nov 18
After his senior call up today Tyler Roberts starts for LUFC U23s this afternoon
17 year old Sam Pearson (on standby for Wales U19s) starts for Bristol City U23s

Saturday 3 Nov 18
Rabbi Matondo starts for MCFC u23s
Ethan Ampadu back, after injury, and starts for Chelsea u23s this lunchtime vs Arsenal. Played 45 mins
Robbie Burton starts for Arsenal u23s
Lewis Collins, Jay Foulston and Mark Harris on the bench for Newport
Luke Jephcott on the bench for Plymouth
Neco Williams and Issac Christie-Davies start for Liverpool u23@, with Rhys Davies on the bench for LCFC u23s
Mitchell Clark started for Port Vale
Brennan Johnson started for Nottingham Forest u23s. The u19 international on the scoresheet again.

Friday 2 Nov 18
Aaron Lewis, Cian Harries, Brandon Cooper, Kieran Evans and Liam Cullen all start for Swansea U23s vs Spurs. Liam Cullen on the scoreshet twice in a 4-1 win
Matthew Smith set to be in action once again for FC Twente.
Matthew Smith starts for FC Twente this evening.
Jordan Davies on the bench for Brighton u23s vs Everton
Regan Poole starts for Man Utd u23s.
Both Ryan Astley and Nathan Broadhead start for Everton U23s.


Aron Davies (1997 centre back Fulham) captained the under 23 to a 4-0 away win at Norwich City under 23s on Monday,  followed by another solid display against Sunderland under 23s on Friday in a 2-0 win. Always good to win without conceding.

Sam and Callum Pearson (Bristol City 2001 striker and centre back) played for Bristol city under 18 who lost 1-0 away at Crystal Palace under 18.

Lewis Clutton (Bristol Rovers 2001 centre midfield ) played and scored for the under 18s in a convincing 5-0 win against Cheltenham Town under 18.

Josh Thomas (Swansea City 2002, striker) played and scored for the under 16 in a 2-1 home loss to arch rivals Cardiff City under 16.

Shaquille Wynter-Coles (Swansea City 2000 striker) scored a hatrick in midweek for the under 19s in a good win against  Welsh League Briton Ferry. He again started up front for Swansea City under 18s, losing 3-1 against Arsenal at Landore.

Kieron Evans (2001, midfielder, Cardiff City) scored two in a big Welsh Cup win and also provided three assists.

Daniel Jones ( 2002, striker Forest Green) made an assist and won a penalty, in a 3-1 FA Youth Cup defeat at home to neighbours Cheltenham Town on Monday

Camden Duncan ( 2001 defender Cheltenham Town) played a significant role in helping Cheltenham Town , captained by centre back Ioan Richards, overcome rivals, Forest Green Rovers, away in the FA Youth cup on Monday, winning 3-1.


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