Young guns news - Saturday 23
Daniel Alfei (Swansea City - defender) Has signed a new
three year contract at The Liberty after impressing Brendan Rodgers. Alfei has
made two first team appearances for the Swans in the FA Cup.
Tom Bradshaw (Shrewsbury - striker) Scored Shrewsbury's first as
they beat Stockport last weekend. Bradshaw sprung the offside trap to score his
sides first, and also had a hand in the other two as the Shrews won 3-0.
Joe Culshaw (Morecambe - defender/midfielder
17yr old Joe Culshaw captains Morecambe reserves against Wrexham reserves at
Kendal and Burnley reserves at Turf Moor and plays 90min in both games.
Michael Doughty (QPR - midfielder) Has been sent on loan to Woking
as he looks to get some senior game time. The midfielder is highly thought of
at Loftus Road and will benefit as Woking are still in with a play-off shout in
the Blue Square Premiership. Doughty qualifies for Wales through a Welsh
Matt Harriott (Sheff Utd - midfielder) Who was on the U21
standby list for Wales' international against Andorra in March made the bench as
the Blades crashed 3-1 to Preson last weekend. Harriott was an unused sub in
Adam Henley (Blackburn - defender) Adam played the full 90 minutes for Rovers Reserves in a friendly against Crewe
on Monday, April 18th. Rovers won 2-1. Adam will now be going to Norway with
the Wales U19 squad
James Loveridge (Swansea City - striker) Scored for the
reserves as they beat Torquay Utd 2-0 this week. Loveridge is a Wales U17
Alex Lynch (Amlwch - goalkeeper) Has signed a two year
contract at London Road. The Holyhead born youngster is a U16 international.
James Wilson (Bristol City - defender) Played another 90
minutes for the reserves this week as he picked up more match fitness after a
spell on the sidelines. The game finished 2-1 to Yeovil.