NEWS 26th November - 7th December.
Declan Dalley (Man Utd - defender) Played 90 minutes as the U18's beat Sunderland 4-0 last weekend.
Jordan Evans (Fulham - midfielder) Scored the winner as the U18's headed into the Elite Group of the U18's Premier League. The Cottagers ran out 2-1 winners on Merseyside v Liverpool.
Adam Henley (Blackburn - defender) Has signed a new contract at Blackburn after regaining a consistent starting spot under new coach Henning Berg. The American-born full back has signed a new five year contract. The club have moved quickly to tie him to a long term deal as the youngster has been atracting glances from the Premier League.
Gethin Jones (Everton - midfielder) Scored as the U18's with a 3-0 convincing win against Norwich. The Wales youth international scored his sides first with a well taken finish.
Lloyd Jones (Liverpool - defender) And his fellow defenders kept a clean sheet as the U18's advanced to teh next round of the FA Youth Cup with a 5-0 win against Swindon on Tuesday night.
Chike Kandi (Chelsea - striker) Made another appearance off the bench for the U18's as they beat Middlesbrough in the North East last Saturday morning.
Lee Lucas (Swansea City - midfielder) & Kurtis March (Swansea City - midfielder) Both scored as the U21's beat Brighton comfortably this week.
Tom Lawrence (Man Utd - midfielder) was wit the U21's as they drew 2-2 with Sunderland last weekend. Lawrence played 60 minutes.
Sam Molineux (Shrewsbury - striker) Scored as the youth team beat Blackpool comfortably. Molineux equalised before his side went on to win 4-2.
Joe Morrell (Bristol City - midfielder) Has signed ascholarship forms at Ashton Gate after the club beat off significant interest from Premier League clubs to sign him. The talented midfielder has signed a two year contract at the club. "He’ll be involved with the Under-18s for the rest of the season, including the FA Youth Cup campaign, and will join us full time in the summer. Joe’s a creative midfielder who is technically very gifted. He has excellent composure, with a good touch and superb vision." Derek McInnes, Bristol City manager.
Liam O'Neil (WBA - defender) Scored his sides second as the U21's beat Arsenal 2-1 last Friday. O'Neill played 90 minutes as the Baggies did the double over the Gunners. The Wales qualified defender also played 90 minutes as the U21's beat Bolton 2-1 this week.