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Young Guns: Weekly update - Saturday 10th November

Jake Cassidy (Wolves/Tranmere - striker) Will return to Molineux in January at the end of hjs loan spell at prenton Park as the Championship club asses his progress. The youngster is the top scorer in League One with 10 goals. "Jake's due to go back on January 6 and he will definitely go back because they want to take another look at him. If they're going to let him out again, we'll have the first option on it." Ronnie Moore, Tranmere manager.

Gwion Edwards (Swansea City - mdifielder) Scored the decisive goal as the U21's won their second game successive game. Edwards struck the all important goal in the 26th minute as the Swans beat Ipswich 1-0. The game also makred another appearance from Elliott Hewitt (Ipswich - defender) as he battles back from injury.

Jake Eyre (Sheffield Utd - striker) Scored as the U18's beat Coventry City 3-2 last weekend.

Callum Harris (Blackburn - striker) Scored the first as the U18's beat Norwich 3-1 last Saturday. The winger advanced before firing into the bottom corner for his first Academy goal of the campaign

Alex Nicholson (Newcastle - defender) Is expected to be out of action until Decmber after suffering deep bruising bellow his left knee.

Louis Thompson (Swindon - midfielder) It was a productive week for the Wales U19 international as he made an appearance off the bench as Swindon crashed 2-0 to Macclesfield in the first round of the FA Cup. The Wales U19 international made his debut after 72 minutes but unfortunately ended up scoring an own goal. And also started as the Robins drew 0-0 with Sheffield Utd. He was joined in the match day squads on both games with Aaron Oakley (Swindon - defender) who was an unused sub on both occasions

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