Where are they Now?
Burton Albion Under-18’s midfielder Joe Sbarra is hoping to follow in the footsteps of several other youngsters to have come out of the Brewers apprenticeship programme to reach the first-team.
Jerry Gill, the Wolverhampton Wanderers Under-18s coach says that his team is relishing being back at Molineux for tonight’s fifth round FA Youth Cup tie against Reading (7pm).
Kick It Out, football’s equality and inclusion organisation, has released a brochure to help provide further information on how the Jewish community can report antisemitism in football.
Chesterfield academy manager Mark Smith has challenged Under-18 midfielder Joe Rowley to continue showing that he is a cut above a “bog standard” midfielder.
Sheffield Wednesday Under-18s manager Paul Murray has expressed his delight at George Hirst’s inclusion in the England Under-17 for the annual Algarve Tournament.
Bolton Wanderers Under-18s manager David Lee has admitted that he is unsure what the future holds for the clubs teenage striker Alex Samizadeh who has been on trial with fellow Championship club Derby County.
Not many full-backs score hat-tricks but Blackpool’s Macauley Wilson has now completed the trick twice this season.
Bolton ended a run of four successive league defeats with a goalless draw against Sheffield Wednesday at the Eddie Davies Football Academy on Saturday.
Burton Albion’s Under 18s eased to a 3-1 win over Chesterfield, to leapfrog their opponents in the North East Youth Alliance.
A superbly taken brace from Daniel Armstrong saw Wolves overcome Liverpool at the Sir Jack Hayward Training Ground on Saturday.
A late equaliser from substitute Bradley Kay rescued a point for Oldham in an exciting 1-1 draw against Rotherham at Chapel Road Training Ground.
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