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U18s: Stoke 0 United 3 – Reds power past Potters to go six clear

Posted by nickogs20 on April 21, 2010

April 21st, 1pm
Clayton Wood Training Ground, Stoke

Sheffield Wednesday Man Utd
Stoke City U18s 0-3 Manchester United U18s
Ajose 2
Pogba 19
Cofie 88

After seeing their reserve counterparts crowned champions on Tuesday night, Paul McGuinness’ Under-18 side took a big step towards a title of their own as they moved six points clear at the top of Barclays Premier Academy League Group C with a comfortable 3-0 win at Stoke City.

A second-minute strike from in-form skipper Nicky Ajose gave the Reds a lead they would never look like relinquishing, and further goals from Paul Pogba and John Cofie provided a scoreline that accurately reflected United’s superiority and delivered a second convincing away win in the space of four days.

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Full report to come…

1. Sam Johnstone
2. Reece Brown
3. Sean McGinty
4. Tom Thorpe
5. Michele Fornasier
6. Paul Pogba (14. Ryan Tunnicliffe 60)
7. Larnell Cole
8. Ravel Morrison
9. John Cofie
10. Will Keane (16. Joshua King 60)
11. Nicky Ajose (c)(12. Etzaz Hussain 78)

Subs not used
13. Conor Devlin
15. Jesse Lingard

Ref: DA Croft

Stoke: Parton; Hedley, Sinclair, Cohen, Wint; Urwin, Jackson (Dawson 75), Connor, Mitchell; Vickers (Harrison 75), Alexander.

One Response to “U18s: Stoke 0 United 3 – Reds power past Potters to go six clear”

  1. FaNaT said

    Yeah! Soon you’ll get the same, what Reserves got.

    So as the first team :D

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