Young guns news -
18th Dec 10
Tom Bradshaw (Shrewsbury - striker) Is back from injury
and claimed a goal from a deflection as the Shrews drew 1-1 with Cheltenham last
weekend. Bradshaw will now hope to get a an injury free Christmas period to
break back into the first team starting line up.
Troy Brown (Ipswich - defender) Played 90 minutes for the
seniors as they lost 1-0 to Preston last weekend. Even though Ipswich have
struggled in the league and manager Roy Keane has come under increasing
pressure, Brown has thrived under his stewardship.
Josh Dawkin (Norwich - striker) Picked up
an assist as a Norwich XI beat Fakenham 3-0 in the Norfolk Senior Cup this week.
Dawkin set up the third goal as the Canaries safely made it through to the next
Michael Doughty (QPR - midfielder) Scored from the spot in
normal time, but the youth team still lost on penalties after extra time to
Nottingham Forest. The Wales U19 international is the son of former Nottingham
Forest chairman Nigel Doughty.
Adam Henley (Blackburn - defender) Played 90 minutes for the youth
team as they squeaked through to the next round of the FA Youth Cup with a win
against Reading last week.
Hal Robson-Kanu (Reading - striker) Scored and played 90
minutes as the reserves drew 1-1 with Millwall on Wednesday afternoon. Wales
U21 international Jake Taylor (Reading - midfielder) also
played an hour as he returned from a knee injury which has sidelined him since
(Tranmere - midfielder), First year pro Tranmere Rovers & Welsh Under 19 has gone on a
one Month loan to Colwyn Bay to get first team experience, Jack has been limited
to squad and bench experience with Tranmere so far this season
Aristote Nsiala (Everton/Macclesfield - defender) Will spend another
month on loan at Moss Rose after impressing on loan.
Patrick Otte (Middlesbrough - defender) Played 90 minutes in the
mini derby as the reserves lost 1-0 to Sunderland this week.