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U18s: United 5 Cardiff 0 – Bluebirds battered as Reds run riot

Posted by nickogs20 on August 29, 2010


August 28th 2010, 11am
Trafford Training Centre, Carrington

Man Utd Cardiff
Manchester United U18s 5-0 Cardiff City U18s
McGinty 19
Fornasier 24
Lawrence 56 (pen)
Cofie 60
Barmby 87 (pen)

 
After the sensational comeback away at Chelsea last week, United’s U18s made it two wins from two in the Premier Academy League with an altogether more straightforward thrashing of Cardiff City at Carrington.

First half goals from defensive duo Sean McGinty and Michele Fornasier put the Reds into a commanding early lead and an outclassed Bluebirds side conceded three more after the interval, penalties from Tom Lawrence and Jack Barmby sandwiching a John Cofie strike as Paul McGuinness’ team continued their promising start to the new campaign.

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Full report to come…

 
UNITED
1. Sam Johnstone
2. Michele Fornasier
3. Zeki Fryers
4. Tom Thorpe (c)(12. Luke Giverin 62)
5. Sean McGinty
6. Etzaz Hussain
7. Larnell Cole (15. Jack Barmby 71)
8. Ryan Tunnicliffe
9. John Cofie
10. Jesse Lingard (14. Charni Ekangamene 67)
11. Tom Lawrence

Subs not used
13. Joe Coll

2 Responses to “U18s: United 5 Cardiff 0 – Bluebirds battered as Reds run riot”

  1. RFR said

    Hi,
    any idea when van Velzen will start being involved in matches and I noticed McGuinness only named 15 players in his squad for the match. Any particular reason for that?

  2. d said

    Jack Barmby’s mum was happy!

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