With the regional structure of academy football in England it’s not often that United and Arsenal meet at this level, and indeed you have to go back to April 2007 for the last encounter between the two sides. It was quite some game though…
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Posted by nickogs20 on May 6, 2010
Posted in Academy Match Preview, Academy News, Sports | Tagged: academy, antonio bryan, arsenal, chris fagan, danny galbraith, danny welbeck, fa youth cup, febian brandy, kieran gibbs, manchester united, old trafford, paul mcguinness, rhys murphy, steve bould | 6 Comments »
Posted by nickogs20 on October 30, 2008
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Bolton Wanderers win 9-8 on penalties
A drab and largely uneventful ninety minutes was followed by a tense quarter of an hour as Bolton Wanderers edged a lengthy penalty shootout to take all three points at Moss Lane. The Reds were left with the consolation of one point for their efforts and the knowledge that they were comfortably the better side, but will be rueing a lacklustre attacking performance that saw few chances created and the handful that were go begging.
Posted in Reserve Match Report, Sports | Tagged: altrincham, antonio bryan, bolton wanderers, david gray, manchester senior cup, manchester united, manucho, moss lane, musc polska, ole gunnar solskjaer, sam hewson | 2 Comments »
News roundup – Winning start for Zieler; Trio turn pro; Burnley keen on Eagles; Mixed fortune for four seeking new clubs
Posted by nickogs20 on July 15, 2008
Few snippets of news from the past few days that you may (or indeed may not) have missed…
~ United’s sole representative at the U19 Euros got off to a winning start in Plzen this evening as Ron-Robert Zieler’s Germany side overcame the holders and favourites Spain 2-1 in their opening group match. Zieler was preferred to Energie Cottbus’ Tom Mickel in goal and had little to do as Spain laboured in attack. In contrast, the young Germans built a deserved 2-0 lead with goals early in each half from Richard Sukuta-Pasu and Ömer Toprak, and had enough in the tank to comfortably hold on even after Zieler was beaten by a Jordi Alba strike midway through the second period.
Germany’s shock win will have raised hopes of success in a tournament they have never won, and their next game is on Thursday evening against Bulgaria. News on that (and more specifically RRZ’s involvement) in due course.
Posted in Academy News, International News, Reserve News, Sports | Tagged: antonio bryan, burnley, chris eagles, daniel drinkwater, danny welbeck, david williams, euro u19 finals, fabio, germany, michael barnes, michael lea, oldham athletic, owen coyle, rafael, ron-robert zieler, sean evans | Leave a Comment »