Young guns news - Sunday 23 Jan
Jonathan Bond (Watford - goalkeeper) Was between the
sticks as the Hornets beat Wigan this week in the FA Youth Cup. Bond made
several saves as his side hung on to a 3-2 win.
Kayleden Brown (WBA - striker) Has joined Port Vale on a
28 day loan along with team mate Romain Sawyers as Jim Gannon looks to add fresh
faces to his squad. "I have watched them play in the reserves and am confident both will give us
an extra edge in our squad, especially at a time when our squad is depleted by
injuries. They will be hungry to be involved and will also offer competition for
places at the club." Jim Gannon, Port Vale manager.
Ryan Doble (Southampton - striker) Scored one and picked
up an assist as the Saints U21's beat Palace 2-1 this week. Doble scored from
the spot after being fouled in the box. Johnathan Williams (Crystal
Palace - midfielder) started for the opposition.
Michael Doughty (QPR - midfielder) Struck twice from a
more advanvced position but could not prevent his side from losing 3-2 to at
Peterborough last weekend. The Wales international struck from 12 yards and
from the spot, but it was not quite enough.
Jordan Holt (Hull - defender) And his fellow team mates
unfortunately will not be progressing to the next round of the FA Youth cup as
the Tigers lost 3-2 to Rushden and Diamonds.
Aristote Nsiala (Everton - defender) Returned to Everton
after a succesful loan spell at Macclesfield Town. "Toto's done really well for us," he said. "He's an exciting, young
prospect and I've no doubt he'll do well in the game.
I look forward to watching how his career progresses with interest." - Gary
Simpson, Macclesfield manager.
Josh Roberts (Blackpool - defender) Was back on youth duty
after his FA Cup senior duty experience a few weeks ago. Roberts played the
full 90 as Blackpool beat Birmingham to progress to the next round of the FA