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    YOUNG GUNS WATCH

    Weekly young guns watch - (Matches 18 Oct 18 onwards) Page updated 22 Oct 18.

    Ryan Astley (Everton, 2001, Defender ) Plaeyed for Under 18s in a 7-1 win against Newcastle, set to be involved with the U23s on Monday.

    Aron Davies (1997, Fulham defender) captained Fulham fc under 23s who lost 3-0 at home to a strong West Bromwich Albion under 23s who had Olly Burke and Jon Leko in attack

    Kieron Evans (2001 midfield, Cardiff) continued his return to fitness by helping Cardiff City under 18s in a 2-1 away win against Charlton Athletic under 18s on Saturday.

    Callum Pearson (2001 Bristol City defender) played his part in a hard fought 1-0 away win against QPR under 18s on Saturday,  twin brother Sam Pearson again started for Bristol City fc under 23s who went down 4-0 at Watford under 23s.

    Ryan Stirk (2000, Midfielder, Birmingham City) Ryan Stirk's late goal seals a comeback win after being two goals down.

    Josh Thomas (2002 centre forward, Swansea)  fresh from scoring for Wales under 17s against Belarus,  continued his good form by scoring for Swansea city under 16 in a 2-1 win against Man United under 16 in the Premier League Cup. He followed up again by scoring against Palmeiras and Blackburn Rovers.

    Shaq Wynter-Coles (2000 striker, and Jake Thomas, 2001 centre back - Swansea) both played for Swansea city under 18s in a 3-1 loss away at Norwich City under 18s.

    Ben Woodburn, Neco Williams and Issac Christie-Davies started for LFC u23s. Christie-Davies on the scoresheet.

    Brandon Cooper , Liam Cullen, Arron Lewis, Joe Lewis all started for Swansea U23s. Kieran Evans came on as well.

    Rabbi Matondo started on the bench for MCFC u23s , came on the in the second half.

    Rhys Davies on the bench on the bench for Leicester U23s.

    Regan Poole started for Man Utd U23s. Played a full 90 mins.

    Aron Davies played a full game for Fulham u23s, with Adam Przybek on the bench for WBA.

    Jordan Davies played for Brighton u23s, with Jack Vale coming off the bench for Blackburn Rovers u23s.




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