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EarnYourSpurs (Tottenham Hotspur) 1 year ago

Quotes taken from various spurs blogs....
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- Jonathan Obika - (ST) - 09/1990

"this is a big season for Obika, who has signed a contract extension this summer. Another loan spell at Yeovil last season meant that he finished the season on a high, after facing disappointment elsewhere. A player who likes to play on the shoulder, and who has decent strength and pace on the turn, but does not seem to have been able to convert his excellent goal record at youth level to league football. "

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- Harry Kane - (CF, CAM) 07/1993

"another name familiar to many, primarily because there has been a buzz around him for about a year now. His scoring record at U18 level, especially for such a young player, was excellent. That came despite not always playing as a striker – in fact, he normally played as the link man.

"A clever player with good touch and movement, he scored an impressive goal in the opening Spurs XI friendly against Nottingham Forest last season, lashing home from around 25 yards to get his second of the game. "

"Likes to come deep, receive the ball to feet, and create with clever reverse passes. He has a good touch and movement, and when he gets a chance he usually hits the target. "

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- Cristian Ceballos - (LW, RW, AM) - 12/1992

"Adam Nathan described him as “exactly what you’d expect from a La Masia graduate-good touch, clever movement and always looking for the ball. ”"

"Clearly a good technician with excellent dribbling ability, but needs to work on when to release the ball. "

"an Ineista type, good dribbling, intelligent passing and flawless technique. Obviously the problem in England is going to be physique"

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- Alex Pritchard - (AM, LW, RW) - 05/1993

"A skilful attacking midfield player who generally plays on the flank, but looks to come inside. Alex is also a set-piece specialist, and was my man of the match in the 7-1 thrashing of Inter, where he scored twice, including one excellent free kick. "

"an attacking midfield player who prefers to play centrally, but tends to start wide and drift inside. He showed a real eye for goal for the U18s last season, and seemed to be heavily involved in most of the best performances. A clever player who likes to play one-touch and knows how to arrive late in the box"

"a real clever, quick-footed, schemer, who had an excellent first half in particular. His set piece delivery caused a lot of problems, and he is very dangerous when cutting in from the flank. "

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- Ryan Mason - (CAM, CM) - 06/1991

"a converted number 10 who (to my frustration) now always seems to play in central midfield. Mason was absolutely prolific for our U18s playing just off a front man (usually Jon Obika), but seemed to get moved to central midfield when he went on loan to Yeovil, and also played there for Doncaster. I personally would like to see him used in the van der Vaart role, as his attacking abilities are his main strength. A player I really enjoy watching – great technique, good vision, and always tries to play the game the right way. "

"Started as a no 10 (great freekick specialist and penalties) with a strong shot (was getting up to 30 goals a season in Acedemy), but also now plays as a CM - great crisp passing and surprisingly tenacious in tackling, now apppearing much more robust. "

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- Dean Parrett - (CM, CDM, AM) - 11/1991

"An all-action player, Parrett possesses great drive and superb technique, with good all-round football ability. "

"Dean Parrett is very much a box to box midfielder, likes a tackle but equally good going forward, and can play as a number 10 (played there for England u19/20's scoring a few goals). "

"At just 15 years of age Dean Parrett was viewed as one of the brightest young talents in England and there was already a number of clubs racing in to sign him – including all four of England’s “Big Four”. "

"“Dean is exactly the kind of player we want to attract to our Club, a player who will be part of the next generation to come through to the first team. He is an extremely talented young player who has that rare combination of pace, aggression and creativity. ”"

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- Thomas Carroll - (CM) - 05/1992

"another good technician, and a player who likes to keep the ball (which I always admire). Tom prefers to play centrally but has often filled in on the left and even at left back, which is a possibility again with the lack of recognised defenders. I like him best in a deep lying midfield role, where he can keep things ticking over. "

"His touch, movement and awareness are excellent – always looking to make himself available to receive the ball, and then quickly distributing it, before he again looks to find a suitable space. When he loses the ball (which has not been too often in his performances for the first team so far), he doesn’t recklessly dive into a challenge – instead, he puts the maximum effort into getting back behind the ball and stopping the opposition from playing. "

"Tom is a cultured ball-playing midfield player, who prefers to play in the centre, but can play on the left (and has played left back). He has excellent technique and looked particularly comfortable in a deep-lying playmaker role in his time at Leyton Orient last season. "

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- Massimo Luongo - (CM, CDM, CB) - 09/1992

"half-Australian/half-Indonesian central midfield player Luongo seems to have a bit of everything to his game. When I saw him against MK Dons for our U18s, I described him as follows – “Strong, composed, intelligent, rarely gives the ball away”. He stood out in that game, and Tim Sherwood singled him out for praise after the recent match against Brighton too. I think he is a player that we will be hearing a lot more of in the coming seasons. "

"A class act. Great user of the ball, good defensive qualities, very strong and robust. Looking forward to seeing him get some first team chances. "

"A technically gifted and creative player who can pull the strings from a deep-lying position in the middle of the park, has been captain of the Spurs XI side and grew up supporting Spurs. "

"A ball-playing midfielder with vision and guile but not necessarily the physical game to grind it out in the hurly-burly of a Championship relegation battle"

"Breaks up play, has good one and two touch passing, gets forward well, and is a strong, calm influence in the middle of the pitch. "

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- Ryan Fredericks - (RW, RB) - 10/1992

"an exciting right winger who unfortunately missed a lot of last season due to injury. As a result of that injury he may not be ready for the Barnet game, but I suspect he may get an outing in one of the other matches. He signed a professional contract in the summer and will be looking to push on this season – hopefully securing a loan move in the process. Fredericks has good pace and a trick or two – he likes to beat defenders and get to the by-line. Definitely one to watch. "

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- Nathan Byrne - (RB, LB, RW) - 06/1992

"Byrne is a versatile player who is probably most comfortable at right back. He played seven times on loan at Brentford (where he was mainly used on the right wing) and will be looking to get back out on loan again over the coming year. Nathan is an energetic and reliable performer – a good athlete who likes to get forward to support the attack. "


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- Soulemayne Coulibaly - (ST) - 12/1994

"Soli is a livewire striker who is a natural finisher. His weakness at the tender age of 17 is that he sometimes finds himself on the periphery of matches, but he will be looking to build on an impressive scoring record in last year’s tournament, and is definitely one to watch. "

"For one so young, scoring three in the under-19 NextGen Series tournament so far is impressive. He is a work-horse, who does not stop running for the team, but often chooses to shoot when he has better options. "

"An enthusiastic, live-wire striker who never stops pressing/harrying. A good finisher with good technique, but a tendency to take on shots that perhaps he shouldn’t. At just 16 he’s an exciting prospect!"

"Sherwood saying of him “He has a one-track mind and that’s to go for goal, he gets the ball out of his feet and smashes it. ”

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- Shaquille Coulthirst - (ST, LW) - 11/1994

"Shaq is a striker who often plays on the left of a three – cutting in and getting shots away. He has an excellent scoring record at U18 level, and will want to translate this into regular goals in the NextGen Series this year. "

"Last campaign, he banged in 11 goals in 21 appearances for the under-18's, as well as striking 2 goals in 1(1) appearances in the NextGen series. "

"Capable of playing on either flank due to his blistering pace and quick feet"

"strong enough to hold the ball up successfully before producing either a shot or a cross. Also very good at playing on the last man and springing a counter. "

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- Kenneth McEvoy - (RW, LW) - 09/1994

"A quick right midfield player, Ken will be looking to start all of the NextGen Series matches. He is a traditional winger who likes to beat his man and get to the by-line. "

"He won acclaim during the Milk Cup, and has been involved in the majority of the fapal games, scoring a hat-trick against MK Dons and starting on the right wing in all of the matches. He is quick, skilful, and full of energy – I expect him to finish the season strongly. "

"McEvoys strength is his outstanding pace which has seen him become a feared winger at youth level. With natural ability on the ball, Spurs appear to have successfully cloned Gareth Bale"

"Not scared to run at folk, backed up with the skills and pace to do it"

"quick, lively, with excellent close control and a good awareness of others. "

"Kennethh McEvoy is a pacy tricky winger, right sided but think can also play on left. "

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- Nabil Bentaleb - (CAM, CM) - 11/1994

"Bentaleb oozes class and with each game improves. He's a bit of an all rounder who can spring box to box, sit in the holding role, make precise passes short or long and get stuck in. "

"A talented, ball-playing midfielder, he seems to prefer playing centrally and likes to get his head up and look for clever forward passes. He is able to play as one of the two holding players in a 4-2-3-1 system, but will probably play as a number 10 against Barcelona tonight – as he did against Wolfsburg. "

"dynamic midfield play and incisive passing this 18 year old Frenchman possesses"

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- Jack Munns - (AM, CM) - 11/1993

"A midfield player who generally plays as one of the “3” in a 4-2-3-1, due to his ability to keep the ball in tight spaces. Jack has good feet and surprising strength for his size. "

"One of the senior members of the team now, Munns is a very reliable midfield player who, somewhat like Scott Parker, gives everything in a game. His short passing game is good, and he is not afraid to put himself about. I gather that he has been one of the most consistent performers this season. "

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- Ruben Lameiras - (CM, AM) - 12/1994

"A technical and intelligent central midfield player who plays one and two touch football well. Will likely be competing with Bentaleb and Dombaxe for
A central midfield spot. "

"He has recently forced himself into the reckoning with some important contributions from the bench, including a leveller against Leicester. His quick one and two touch passing is a good fit for the brand of football that Inglethorpe likes to play, so I can see him really establishing himself in the second half of the season. "

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- Laste Dombaxe - (CM, CDM, CAM, CB) - 05/1995

"Another player who suffered injury problems last year, but Laste was involved in several NextGen Series matches last season, including the 7-1 win vs Inter, where he played in deep midfield. He can also play a more attacking role, so it will be interesting to see where he is used in this year’s tournament. "

"A player who was used in various positions as a 15 and 16 year old in the Under-18s, but he now seems to have settled as a central midfield player. He has generally played more of a holding role, picking up the ball from the defence, and getting it into the feet of Pritchard and co. If he could add consistency to his performances, he could become a very useful player"
"calm, strong, clever"

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- Milos Veljkovic - (CDM, CB) - 09/1995

"At just 16, he is the youngest player in our squad (2011 NextGen), but he has a strong physique and plays like a player of far more experience. Milos will expect to start at centre back throughout the tournament. "

"A strong, composed centre half who plays like he is ten years older than he is; it is hard to believe that he is the youngest player in the squad. It was good to see him get on the score-sheet against his former club, Basel, when he headed in at the back post. "

"ball playing centre half, dominating strikers 2/3 years older than him. Tim Sherwood rates him highly and it won't surprise me in 2 years time he's in the first team squad for some of the cup games. "

"has a strong physique and seems to exude experience beyond his years. He likes to bring the ball out of defence and has also played as a deep-lying midfielder. "

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- Dominic Ball - (CB) - 08/1995

"Dominic is a defensive-minded midfield player by trade, frequently filling in at centre back. He has been capped at various youth levels for Northern Ireland, and was a regular in the U18 team last year – he will be looking to get plenty of NextGen Series games under his belt. "

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- Kevin Stewart - (LB, CB, RB) - 09/1993

"A versatile player who is often played at left back despite not being naturally left-sided. He can do a job anywhere along the back-line, although I personally think that he is best at centre back, and that it would do him some good to get a prolonged run there. I could see him going out on loan, as he seems to have the maturity to cope with league football. "

"Very calm on the ball, and quite intelligent defensively. "
EarnYourSpurs (Tottenham Hotspur) 1 year ago
Barclays U18 Premier League
Spurs U18 League Table: Link: www.premierleague.com/en-gb/matchday/barclays-u18-...
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WON 4-0 vs Newcastle....

McGee
A McQueen Gardiner Ball Smith
Lameiras Dombaxe Winks
D McQueen Coulthirst McEvoy


>> Goals: Dombaxe, McQueen, McEvoy, Couthirst

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Lost 3-4 vs Manchester Utd....

McGee
Bush Ball Gardiner Smith
Lameiras Bentaleb Onomah
McQueen Coulthirst Michael-Persil


>>Goals: Coulthirst, D. Mcqueen, oh.G.
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Lost 1-2 vs Stoke....

McGee
Bush Ogilvie Campbell-Young Smith
Onomah Lameiras Winks
D McQueen Coulthirst Akindayini


>>Goals: Lameiras
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Drew 2-2 Southampton....

McGee
McQueen Ogilvie Ball Smith
Bentaleb Dombaxe Onomah
McEvoy D McQueen Coulthirst


>>Goals: McEvoy, D. McQueen
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Lost 2-4 vs Villa....

McGee
Gardiner Ogilvie Ball Smith
A McQueen Onomah Miller
McEvoy D McQueen Coulthirst


>>Goals: Ball(pen), McEvoy
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Lost 1-3 Man Utd

McGee
Brown Ogilvie A McQueen Vincent-Young
Onomah Dombaxe Winks
Ward D McQueen Coulthirst


>>Goals: Onomah
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WON 2-1 Sunderland....

Vigouroux
Ward A McQueen Ball Lesniak
Bentaleb Onomah Winks
McEvoy Akindayini Coulthirst


>>Goals: Coulthirst, Akindayini
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WON 4-1 vs Newcastle....

McGee
Ward Ogilvie Gardiner Smith
Lesniak Dombaxe Lameiras
Michael-Persil Miller McEvoy


>>Goals: McEvoy, Michael-Percil, Miller, Dombaxe(pen)
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Lost 3-4 Southampton....

Priestley
Ward Ogilvie Gardiner Smith
Lesniak Dombaxe Winks
Michael-Persil Akindayini Miller


>>Goals: Dombaxe (pen), Michael-Persil, Zapata-Caicedo
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WON 4-3 vs Stoke....

McGee
A McQueen Ogilvie Ball Smith
Lesniak Dombaxe Onomah
Michael-Persil Coulthirst McEvoy


>>Goals: Michael-Percil, McEvoy (3)
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Lost 2-1 vs Villa....

McGee
Michael-Persil A McQueen Ball Ogilvie
Lameiras Dombaxe Onomah McEvoy
Coulibaly Coulthirst


>>Goals: Coulibaly
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WON 4-1 vs Sunderland....

McGee
A McQueen Ogilvie Ball Ward
Onomah Dombaxe Bentaleb
Michael-Persil Coulthirst McEvoy


>>Goals: Coulthirst (3), Michael-Percil
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Lost 0-1 vs West Ham....

McGee
A McQueen Ogilvie Dombaxe Ward
Winks Lesniak Bentaleb
Sonupe Akindayini Miller


>>Goals:
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Drew 1-1 vs Wolves....

McGee
Ward Dombaxe Ball Ogilvie
Lameiras Bentaleb Winks
Michael-Persil Coulthirst McEvoy


>>Goals: Bentaleb(pen)
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WON 5-1 vs Sunderland....

McGee
A McQueen Ball Dombaxe Ward
Bentaleb Lameiras Onomah
Michael-Persil Akindayini Coulthirst


>>Goals: Ball, Akindayini(2), Coulthirst, Michael-Percil
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WON 4-0 vs West Brom....

Vigouroux
Campbell-Young Ball McEneff Vincent-Young
Winks Lesniak Oduwa
Sonupe Akindayini Zapata-Caicedo


>>Goals: Zapata-Caicedo(3), Oduwa
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Lost 2-3 vs Stoke....

Priestley
Campbell-Young A McQueen Ogilvie Vincent-Young
McEneff Lesniak Pritchard
Sonupe Akindayini Oduwa


>>Goals: Oduwa, Lameiras(pen)

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WON 3-0 vs West Ham....

McGee
A McQueen Ball McEneff Ogilvie
Lamerias Lesniak Winks
Sonupe Akindayini Oduwa


>>Goals: Oduwa, Lameiras, D. McQueen

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WON 2-1 vs Wolves....(4-3-3):

McGee;
McEneff, Ball, Dombaxe, Ogilvie;
Winks, Lesniak, Onomah;
Lameiras, Akindayini, Oduwa.


>>goals: Ball, Lameiras
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Drew 2-2 vs Liverpool....(4-3-3):

McGee;
A McQueen, Ball, McEneff, Ward;
Winks, Lesniak, Lamerias;
Michael-Percil, Zapata-Caicedo, Oduwa.


>>goals: Michael-Percil(2)
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EarnYourSpurs (Tottenham Hotspur) 1 year ago
Barclays U18 Premier League
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League Table:Link: www.premierleague.com/en-gb/matchday/barclays-u18-...

U18 Most Starts
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16 - McGee - (gk)
14 - Ogilvie - (cb,lb)
14 - Ball - (cb)
12 - Coulthirst - (st, lw)
12 - A McQueen - (lb,cb,cm)
12 - Dombaxe - (cm,cdm,cam,cb)
11 - Onomah - (cm,cdm)
11 - Winks - (cm)
10 - Lameiras - (cm,cam)
10 - Lesniak - (cm)
9 - McEvoy - (rw,lw)
9 - Akindayini - (st)
9 - Michael-Percil - (rw)
8 - Ward - (lb,rb)
8 - Smith - (lb)
7 - Bentaleb - (cam,cm)
6 - D McQueen - (st,rw)
5 - Gardiner - (cb)
5 - McEneff - (cb,cm)
5 - Oduwa - (lw, cm)
4 - Sonupe - (rw)
4 - Miller - (rw,cm)
3 - Vincent-Young - (lb)
3 - Campbell-Young - (rb)
2 - Zapata-Caicedo (st, w)
1 - Coulibaly - (st)


U18 Top Goalscorers
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7 - McEvoy
7 - Coulthirst
6 - Michael-Percil
4 - Zapata-Caicedo
4 - D. McQueen
4 - Lameiras
3(1 Pen.)- Ball
3 (2Pen.)- Dombaxe
3 - Oduwa
3 - Aykardini
1 - Coulibaly
1 - Onomah
1 - Miller
1(Pen.) - Bentaleb


Youth Cup Top Goalscorers
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4 - Coulthirst
3 - McEvoy
1 - Michael-Percil
1 - Ward
1(pen.) - Lameiras


Order of Captaincy: Coulthirst > Lesniak > Ogilvie > Dombaxe > Bentaleb
[account-removed] 1 year ago
Miss the input on this thread, bud. Hope you kickstart it again
EarnYourSpurs (Tottenham Hotspur) 1 year ago
It's been a pretty busy couple months for me. I haven't even had a chance to watch our last 6 or 7 games, aside from the Man Utd match. If I were more superstitious I'd never watch a Spurs game again given our recent form....

Just updated the forum. Should be good to go.
EarnYourSpurs (Tottenham Hotspur) 2 years ago
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Nextgen Table: Link: www.nextgenseries.com/FixturesResultsTables...
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WON 3-2 vs Wolfsburg...... (4-2-3-1):

Vigouroux --
A McQueen, Ball, Veljkovic, Stewart --
Gallifuoco, Dombaxe --
McEvoy, Bentaleb, Pritchard --
Coulibaly.


>>subs: Coulthirst 60, Lameiras 75, Ogilvie 67.
>>goals: Coulthirst, Lameiras, Pritchard.
>>assists: Pritchard.
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Lost 2-0 vs Barcelona...... (4-2-3-1):

Vigouroux --
A McQueen, Ball, Veljkovic, Stewart --
Dombaxe, Gallifuoco --
McEvoy, Bentaleb, Pritchard --
Coulibaly.


>>subs: Coulthirst 52, Onomah 66, Lameiras 75, Ogilvie 75.
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Drew 2-2 vs Wolfsburg...... (4-1-2-3):

McGee --
McQueen A, Stewart, Ball, Barthram --
Veljkovic --
Bentaleb, Dombaxe --
McEvoy, Coulthirst, Pritchard.


>>subs: Akindayini 63, Winks 74, Lesniak 93.
>>goals: Pritchard(2).
>>assists: Dombaxe.
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Drew 1-1 vs Anderlecht...... (4-2-3-1):

Vigouroux --
A.McQueen, Ball, Stewart, Barthram --
Veljkovic, Gallifuoco --
Winks, Bentaleb, Coulthirst --
Coulibaly.


>>subs: D.McQueen 41, Dombaxe 68, Lesniak 68, McEvoy 87.
>>goals: Bentaleb (pen.)
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WON 4-1 vs Barcelona.... (4-3-3):

McGee --
A McQueen, Ball, Stewart, Barthram --
Onomah, Veljkovic, Bentaleb --
Pritchard, Coulthirst, McEvoy.


>>subs: Dombaxe 58, Ogilvie 74, Lesniak 74, Michael-Percil 85, Winks, 85.
>>goals: Coulthirst(3), Pritchard.
>>assists: Veljkovic, McEvoy
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Lost 2-0 vs Anderlecht.... (4-2-3-1):

Vigouroux;
McQueen, Ball, Veljkovic, Stewart;
Bentaleb, Onomah;
Michael-Percil, Munns, Ward;
Coulthirst.


>>subs: Miller 63, Lameiras 75
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WON 1-1 (4-3) vs PSG....(4-2-3-1):

Vigouroux;
Barthram, Ball, Stewart, Ward;
Veljkovic, Lameiras;
McEvoy, Bentaleb, Winks;
Coulthirst.


>>Goals: Coulthirst
>>Assists: McEvoy
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Lost 5-3 in ET vs Sporting Lisbon....(4-3-3):

Vigouroux;
Barthram, Ball, Veljkovic, Stewart;
Dombaxe, Bentaleb, Lameiras;
Oduwa, Coulthirst, McEvoy


>>subs: Onomah 70 Lesniak 65 Akindayini 70
>>goals: Oduwa, Dombaxe(pen), Michael-Percil
>>assists: Lameiras
EarnYourSpurs (Tottenham Hotspur) 2 years ago
Nextgen Series

Most Appearances:
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7 - Stewart - (cb, lb)
7 - Ball - (cb)
7 - Veljkovic - (cdm, cb)
7 - Bentaleb - (cam, cm)
6 - A. McQueen - (rb)
5(2) - Coulthirst - (st, lw)
5(1) - McEvoy - (rw, lw)
5 - Vigouroux - (gk)
4 - Bartham - (lb, rb)
4 - Pritchard - (lw, cam, rw)
3(2) - Dombaxe - (cm)
3 - Coulibaly - (st)
2(2) - Winks - (lm, rm)
2(1) - Onomah - (cm)
2 - Ward - (lw, lb)
1(3) - Lameiras - (cam, cm)
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Top Goalscorers:
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5 - Coulthirst
4 - Pritchard
1 - Bentaleb
1 - Lameiras


Top Assists:
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2 - McEvoy
1 - Dombaxe
1 - Pritchard
1 - Veljkovic


Order of Captaincy: Stewart > Veljkovic
EarnYourSpurs (Tottenham Hotspur) 1 year ago
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EarnYourSpurs (Tottenham Hotspur) 2 years ago
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Spurs U21 league Table: Link: www.premierleague.com/content/premierleague/en-gb/...
Spurs Odyssey U21 Results: Link: www.spursodyssey.com/1213/u21fixtures.html...
U21 Lineups and Top Scorers: Link: www.myfootballfacts.com/TottenhamHotspurReservesAc...
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NextGen Series Table: Link: www.nextgenseries.com/FixturesResultsTables...
Windy's Blog Youth Update: Link: windycoys.blogspot.com/2012/11/youthloan-update.ht...
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Spurs U18 League Table: Link: www.premierleague.com/en-gb/matchday/barclays-u18-...
Spurs Odyssey U18 Results: Link: www.spursodyssey.com/1213/youthfix.html
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Barclays U21 Premier League Phase 1 - Group 2
League Table: Link: www.premierleague.com/content/premierleague/en-gb/...
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Lost 4-6 vs Newcastle.... (4-2-3-1):

Miles --
Smith, Hall, Ekong, Byrne --
Carroll, Munns --
Falque, Mason, Ceballos --
Coulibaly.


>>Goals: Mason, Ceballos, Falque(2)
>>Assists: Falque, Ceballos(2)
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Lost 1-2 vs Man Utd.... (4-4-2):

Archer --
Smith, Hall, Caulker, Byrne --
Falque, Carroll, Mason, Townsend --
Obika, Kane.


>>Goals: Mason
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Drew 2-2 vs Sunderland.... (4-2-3-1):

Archer --
Smith, Stewart, Veljkovic, Byrne --
Parrett, Pritchard --
Falque, Mason, Ceballos --
Obika.


>>Goals: Pritchard, Falque
>>Assists: Falque, Byrne
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WON 7-2 vs Stoke.... (4-3-3):

Archer --
Smith, Hall, Veljkovic, Byrne --
Mason, Parrett, Carroll --
Falque, Obika, Ceballos.


>>Goals: Byrne, Parrett, Ceballos, Obika, Mason(3)
>>Assists: Falque(2), Obika, Carroll
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Drew 3-3 vs Villa.... (4-2-3-1):

Miles --
Smith, Hall, Stewart, Barthram --
Veljkovic --
Carroll, Parrett --
Bentaleb, Obika , Pritchard.


>>Goals: Stewart, Obika(2)
>>Assists: Pritchard, Parrett, Veljkovic
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WON 4-2 vs Southampton.... (4-2-3-1):

Vigouroux --
Barthram, Hall, Gardiner, Stewart --
Parrett, Carroll --
Falque, Pritchard, Ceballos --
Obika.


>>Goals: [O.G.], Obika, Ceballos(2)
>>Assists: Falque
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WON 4-2 vs Man Utd.... (4-3-3):

Miles --
Fredericks, Ball, Stewart, Barthram --
Parrett, Veljkovic, Luongo --
Pritchard, Obika , Ceballos --


>>Goals: Veljkovic, Ceballos, Obika, Bentaleb
>>Assists: Ceballos, Pritchard, Bentaleb, Obika
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WON 6-0 vs Newcastle.... (4-2-3-1):

Miles --
Fredericks, Luongo, Stewart, Barthram --
Mason, Parrett --
Townsend, Pritchard, Ceballos --
Obika.


>>Goals: Parrett, Mason, Pritchard, Ceballos, Obika(2)
>>Assists: Townsend(2), Pritchard
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WON 4-0 vs Southampton.... (4-2-3-1):

Vigouroux --
Fredericks, Hall, Luongo, Stewart --
Parrett, Carroll --
Falque, Mason, Ceballos --
Obika.


>>Goals: Obika, Coulibaly, Falque(2)
>>Assists: Parrett, Carroll, Obika, Mason
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WON 4-1 vs Stoke.... (3-1-3-3):

Miles --
Fredericks, Hall, Veljkovic --
Luongo --
Parrett, Mason, Pritchard --
Townsend, Obika, Ceballos.


>>Goals: Mason, Pritchard, Ceballos, Townsend
>>Assists: Parrett, Obika
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Lost 2-1 vs Sunderland.... (4-3-3):

Vigouroux;
Barthram, Hall, Veljkovic, Stewart;
Parrett, Parker, Luongo;
Pritchard, Obika, Ceballos.


>>Goals: Ceballos
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WON 3-0 vs Villa.... (4-2-3-1):

Vigouroux;
Fredericks, Hall, Luongo, Barthram;
Parker, Carroll;
Falque, Mason, Townsend;
Obika.


>>Goals: Parker, Mason, Coulibaly
>>Assists: Townsend, Obika


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__________________Phase 2 - Elite Group_____________________
League Table: Link: www.premierleague.com/en-gb/matchday/barclays-u21-...
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WON 5-1 vs Wolves.... (4-3-3):

Miles;
Fredericks, Hall, Veljkovic, Fryers;
Mason, Livermore, Carroll;
Falque, Obika, Townsend


>>Goals: Townsend, Carroll, Falque, Obika(2)
>>Assist: Townsend(2), Obika, Mason
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Drew 2-2 vs Southampton.... (4-3-3):

Miles;
Fredericks, Gallifuoco, Veljkovic, Barthram;
Mason, Luongo, Parrett;
Pritchard, Coulthirst, Ceballos.


>>Goals: Coulthirst, Pritchard
>>Assists: Ceballos
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WON 3-2 vs West Ham.... (4-2-3-1):

Miles;
Fredericks, Gallifuoco, Veljkovic, Fryers;
Luongo, Carroll;
Ceballos, Kane, Parrett;
Obika.


>>Goals: Obika, Kane, Gallifuoco
>>Assists: Kane, Carroll, Ceballos
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WON 1-0 vs Liverpool....(4-3-3)

Miles;
Fryers, Livermore, Veljkovic, Byrne;
Carroll, Luongo, Parrett;
Ceballos, Kane, Obika.


>>Goals: Obika
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WON 3-1 vs Man Utd....(4-3-3)

Miles;
Byrne, Livermore, Naughton, Fryers;
Parrett, Carroll, Luongo;
Ceballos, Kane, Obika.


>>Goals: Obika(3)
>>Assists: Parrett
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WON 4-2 vs Arsenal....(4-3-3):

Miles;
Byrne, Gallifuoco, Stewart, Fryers;
Dombaxe, Veljkovic, Luongo;
Parrett, Munns, McEvoy.


>>Goals: Munns(2), Fryers, Dombaxe(pen)
>>Assists:

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Lost 4-3 vs Wolves....(4-3-3):

Vigouroux;
Fredericks, Veljkovic, Gallifuoco, Byrne;
Parrett, Luongo, Bentaleb;
Munns, Coulthirst, Ceballos.


>>Goals: Coulthirst, Munns, Parrett
>>Assists:

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WON 4-0 vs West Brom....(4-3-3):

Miles;
Fredericks, Fryers, Hall, Byrne;
Bentaleb, Huddlestone, Carroll;
McEvoy, Coulthirst, Munns.


>>Goals: Munns(2), McEvoy, Coulthirst
>>Assists: Coulthirst, Carroll, Gallifuoco

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WON 4-0 vs West Brom....(4-3-3):

Miles;
Fredericks, Hall, Fryers, Byrne;
Bentaleb, Huddlestone, Luongo;
McEvoy, Parrett, Ceballos.


>>goals: Bentaleb(2), Parrett, Ceballos

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____________ Barclays U21 PL ____________
____________ Phase 1 - Group 2 ____________


Most Starts:
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11 - Obika - (st)
10 - Ceballos - (lw, rw, cam)
10 - Parrett - (cm, cam)
9 - Hall - (cb)
8 - Mason - (cam, cm)
7 - Veljkovic - (cdm, cb)
7 - Pritchard - (cam, lw, rw)
7 - Falque - (rw, lw, cam)
7 - Carroll - (cm)
7 - Stewart - (cb, lb)
6 - Barthram - (lb, rb)
6 - Luongo - (cdm, cb, cm)
5 - Miles - (gk)
5 - Fredericks - (rb)
1(5) - Coulibaly - (st)
5 - Smith - (rb)
5 - Townsend - (lw, rw)
....

Top Goalscorers:
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8 - Ceballos
8 - Obika
8 (4 Pen.) - Mason
5 - Falque
3 - Pritchard
2 - Parrett
2 - Coulibaly
1 - Townsend
1 - Byrne
1 - Bentaleb
1 - Stewart
1 - Veljkovic
1 - Parker

Top Assists :
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5 - Falque
5 - Obika
3 - Pritchard
3 - Parrett
3 - Ceballos
3 - Townsend
2 - Carroll
2 - Mason
1 - Byrne
1 - Bentaleb
1 - Barthram



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______________ Barclays U21 PL ______________
____________ Phase 2 - Elite Group ____________


Most Starts:
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8 - Miles
7 - Luongo
7 - Parrett
7 - Fryers
6 - Ceballos
6 - Veljkovic
6 - Frederick
6 - Byrne
5 - Carroll
4 - Obika
4 - Gallifuoco
3 - Kane
3 - Livermore
3 - Munns
3 - Coulthirst
3 - Bentaleb
3 - McEvoy
2 - Mason
2 - Hall
2 - Huddlestone
1 - Falque
1 - Townsend
1 - Pritchard
1 - Bartham
1 - Naughon
1 - Stewart
1 - Dombaxe
1 - Vigouroux


Top Goalscorers:
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7 - Obika
5 - Munns
3 - Coulthirst
2 - Bentaleb
2 - Parrett
1 - Ceballos
1 - Carroll
1 - Gallifuoco
1 - Kane
1 - Falque
1 - Townsend
1 - Pritchard
1(pen) - Dombaxe
1 - Fryers
1 - McEvoy

Top Assists :
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5 - Ceballos
3 - Parrett
2 - Carroll
2 - Townsend
2 - McEvoy
2 - Kane
1 - Obika
1 - Mason
1 - Falque
1 - Coulthirst
1 - Gallifuoco


Order of Captaincy: Luongo > Mason > Parrett > Stewart
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