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Everton Under-17s, 2000-01


After failing to field an Under-17 team in 1999-2000, Everton are making the best of their large U-16 contingent from last season to produce the goods for this season's FA Premier Youth Academy

« [ U-17s, 1999-2000 ]

Manager: Alan Harper

[ U-17s, 2001-02 ] »

  PAGE CONTENTS

 
Results & Fixtures  A record of Everton's Under-17 matches for the season
League Setup  An explanation of the Under-17 League setup
League Table  Everton's record in their Group table
Match Details  Teamsheets and brief reports for each match
Appearances  A table of Under-17 appearances and goals
Friendlies Results from Under-17 friendly matches in 1999

 [ Youth Cup, 2000-01 ]   [ Under-19s, 2000-01 ]   [ Reserves, 2000-01 ]

  YOUTH ACADEMY U-17 LEAGUE – FIXTURES AND RESULTS

Date    Ven Opponents          Result  Pos  Scorers                       

August 2000

Sat 26 (h) Bristol City        W 4-2   2nd  Rooney, Schumacher, Symes, Crowder

September

Sat  2 (a) Charlton Athletic   W 1-0   1st  Crowder
Sat  9 (a) Middlesbrough       L 0-4   2nd  
Sat 16 (h) Sunderland          L 1-2   4th  Schumacher (pen)
Sat 30 (h) Blackburn Rovers    D 2-2   3rd  Schumacher (pen), Rooney

October

Sat  7 (h) Nottingham Forest   W 3-1   2nd  Symes 2, Garside
Sat 21 (h) Derby County        L 0-3   3rd  
Tue 24 (a) Newcastle United    D 2-2   3rd  Schumacher (pen), Beck
Sat 28 (h) Aston Villa         W 4-2   3rd  Beck 2, Brown, Doherty

November

Sat  4 (a) Liverpool           L 0-2   4th
Sat 11 (h) Manchester City     W 1-0   3rd  Beck
Sat 18 (h) Crewe Alexandra     L 1-2   4th  Rooney
Sat 25 (a) Manchester United   L 1-2   5th  Brown

December 2000

Sat  2 (a) Bolton Wanderers    L 2-3   5th  Symes, Beck

January 2001

Sat 13 (h) Manchester United   L 1-2   5th  Brown
Sat 27 (h) Bolton Wanderers    W 4-0   5th  Symes 2, Crowder, B Moogan

February

Sat  3 (h) Wolverhampton Wndrs L 0-1   6th
Tue 13 (a) Wolverhampton Wndrs D 1-1   6th  Rooney
Sat 17 (h) Liverpool           D 1-1   6th  Symes

March

Tue  7 (a) Manchester City     W 3-1   5th   Carney, Crowder, B Moogan (pen)
Sat 10 (h) Leeds United        D 1-1   6th   Doherty
Sat 17 (a) Crewe Alexandra     L 0-1   6th   
Sat 24 (a) Aston Villa         L 1-2   6th   
Sat 31 (a) Sheffield Wednesday W 8-3   6th   Symes 5, Rooney 3

April 2001 – Group Playoffs

Thu 12 (h) Newcastle United    L 1-4   PO1   
Wed 18 (a) Aston Villa         W 1-0   PO2   Symes
Sat 28 (h) Sheffield Wednesday W 4-0   PO3   Symes 2, Carney, Lynch


 FA PREMIER YOUTH ACADEMY LEAGUE

The FA Premier Youth Academy Under-17s League set-up for the 2000-01 season was split up into four regional groups of 8 teams each:

  Group A (NW)      Group B (NE)      Group C (SE)      Group D (SW)
Aston Villa       Blackburn Rovers  Birmingham City   Arsenal
Bolton Wanderers  Derby County      Charlton Athletic Bristol City   
Crewe Alexandra   Leeds United      Coventry City     Crystal Palace 
Everton           Middlesbrough     Ipswich Town      Fulham         
Liverpool         Newcastle United  Millwall          Reading        
Manchester City   Nottingham Forest QPR               Southampton    
Manchester United Sunderland        Tottenham Hotspur West Ham United
Wolverhampton W   Sheffield Weds    Watford           Wimbledon      

The season started with some inter-group matches against teams from the farthest (geographically) regional groups.  For Everton, that meant a game with a team in Groups C and D.  Everton then played six teams from the closest Group B.

For the main part of the season, Everton played each of the other teams in the local Group A, both home and away.  They then finished up playing each of the remaining teams in Group B just once, giving 24 matches in all.  Although they finished 6th in the regional Group table, Everton progressed to the first round of the national playoffs, but finished a close second behind Newcastle United in their three-team pool (see below).

 YOUTH ACADEMY – U-17s FINAL GROUP A TABLE

 
Pos Team P W D L  F  A GD Pts
1 Manchester United 24 13 6 5 50 36 +14 45
2 Aston Villa 24 12 7 5 57 33 +24 43
3 Manchester City 24 13 3 8 48 34 +14 42
4 Wolverhampton Wanderers 24 10 4 10 36 44 -8 34
5 Liverpool 24 7 10 7 45 41 +4 31
6 Everton 24 7 6 11 42 42 +0 27
7 Bolton Wanderers 24 7 2 15 30 44 -14 23
8 Crewe Alexandra 24 6 4 14 23 49 -26 22
 
PLAYOFFS
Pos Team P W D L  F  A GD Pts
1 Newcastle United 3 3 0 0 12 6 +6 9
2 Everton 3 2 0 1 6 4 +2 6
3 Aston Villa 3 0 1 2 57 33 -2 1
4 Sheffield Wednesday 3 0 1 2 48 34 +14 1


 YOUTH ACADEMY U-17s – MATCH DETAILS

The section below contains team details and scorers for all Everton U-17 matches during the 2000-01 Season, with brief match reports (when available).
  

 Everton 4 - 2 Bristol City

U-17 Youth Academy League Match No 1
Saturday 26 August 2000

Bellefield, West Derby, Liverpool

Everton:  Smith, Colbeck, Gibson, Moogan, Southern, Schumacher, Baker, Brown, Symes, Rooney, Crowder.
Sub used: Doherty.  Sub not used: McEverley.  Scorers: Rooney, Schumacher, Symes, Crowder

Sorry, no report.


  

 Everton 1 - 0 Charlton Athletic

U-17 Youth Academy League Match No 2
Saturday 2 September 2000

Bellefield, West Derby, Liverpool

Everton:  Smith, Colbeck, Gibson, A Moogan, Southern, Schumacher, Baker, B Moogan, Symes, Crowder, Carney
Subs not used: McEverley, Jones, Potter. Scorers: Crowder.

Sorry, no report.


  

 Middlesbrough 4 - 0 Everton

U-17 Youth Academy League Match No 3
Saturday 9 September 2000

Rockliffe Park, Middlesbrough

Everton:  Smith, Colbeck, A Moogan, Schumacher, Southern, Brown (79' McEverley), Baker (49' Gibson), B Moogan, Symes, Crowder, Carney
Subs not used: None.  Scorers: None.

Steve Milne  With the first team playing less than 20 mins' drive from Middlesbrough's training ground, I thought a small detour may be in order (the early start being much to the dismay of one of my cohorts...).

Alan Harper's youthful U-17 side were soundly beaten today by a dominant Middlesbrough side. The Blues' chances were extremely rare, being restricted to a handful in the first half. The first after 2 mins, when Schumacher's hard shot through a mele of players from outside the box forced Middlesbrough's keeper, Turnbull, to make the save. On 11 mins however, Middlesbrough's McTiernan opened their account with a volley.

10 mins later, 2-0 down, through some poor Everton defending, and a failure to clear the ball, leaving the home side to take advantage. Their third came on the half hour with McTiernan scoring his second of the day, beating the offside trap.

In the last 10 mins Everton seemed to get into the game. Symes had a header just off target. Crowder had a shot kicked off the line.

Half-time: Middlesbrough 3 - Everton 0

Team manager, Alan Harper, was somewhat vocal during the second half, urging the kids on.  On 50 mins, he made a substitution: off came Baker; on came Gibson.  This did not seem to make much difference, however; 3-0 down, we were always chasing the game.

Middlesbrough increased their score line on 76 mins, Garmston heading in from a corner.  This caused Harper to throw his last available substitution into the affray.  Off came Brown, on came McEverley.  At this point, we took our leave to go and watch the first team– not before asking McEverley's dad to phone me if there was a change to the score line.  As I received no call, I presume the depressing scoreline stood as I left it.


  

 Everton 1 - 2 Sunderland

U-17 Youth Academy League Match No 4
Saturday 16 September 2000

Bellefield, West Derby, Liverpool

Everton:  Black, Colbeck, Gibson, Schumacher, Southern, B Moogan, Brown, A Moogan, Symes, Rooney, Carney. 
Sub used: Garside.  Subs not used: Baker, Doherty, Borbin.  Scorers: Schumacher (pen).

Sorry, no report


 Everton 2 - 2 Blackburn Rovers

U-17 Youth Academy League Match No 5
Saturday 30 September 2000

Bellefield, West Derby, Liverpool

Everton:  Black?, Colbeck, A Moogan, Garside, R Southern, Schumacher, Brown, B Moogan, Symes, Rooney, Crowder.
Sub used: Baker.  Subs not used: Gibson, Potter, Borbin, Harris. 
Scorers: Schumacher (pen:24'), Rooney (39')

Sorry, no report


 Everton 3 - 3 Nottingham Forest

U-17 Youth Academy League Match No 6
Saturday 7 October 2000

Bellefield, West Derby, Liverpool

Everton:  Sly?, Colbeck, A Moogan, Garside, Southern, Schumacher, Brown, B Moogan, Symes, Rooney, Carney (Doherty). 
Subs not used: Gibson, Harris.  Scorers: Symes 2, Garside.

Liverpool Echo:  To Craig Garside, Mick Lyons is a grainy black and white image from Everton's dim and distant past.  But Everton's U-17 central defender recreated Big Mick's role perfectly at Bellefield on Saturday.

Trailing 3-2 to Nottingham Forest in a thrilling FA Premier Youth Academy clash, Garside was thrown upfield in a last desperate bid to snatch an equaliser.  The tactic paid off when he volleyed in the Blues' third goal deep into injury time.

"It was real John Wayne stuff," said relieved coach Alan Harper.  "We had a lot of chances and should have beaten them, but we were forced to throw Craig up front at the end and he came up with an equaliser."

After trailing 1-0, a Michael Symes double gave the Blues the lead before Forest hit back again to lead 3-2.


 Everton 0 - 3 Derby County

U-17 Youth Academy League Match No 7
Saturday 21 October 2000

Bellefield, West Derby, Liverpool

Everton:  Black, Colbeck, A Moogan, Garside, Southern, Schumacher, Baker, B Moogan, Symes, Rooney, Carney. 
Subs not used: Harris, Borbin, Potter.  Scorers: None.

Sorry, no Report


 Newcastle United 2 - 2 Everton

U-17 Youth Academy League Match No 8
Sunday 24 October 2000

Newcastle

Everton:  Black, Colbeck, A Moogan, Garside, Southern, Schumacher, Brown, Carney, Rooney, Beck, Doherty.
Sub used: B Moogan.  Subs not used: Baker, Gibson, Harris.  
Scorers:
Schumacher (pen), Beck.

Sorry, no Report


 Everton 4 - 2 Aston Villa 

U-17 Youth Academy League Match No 9
Saturday 28 October 2000

Bellefield, West Derby, Liverpool

Everton:  Black, Colbeck, A Moogan, Garside, Southern, Schumacher, Brown, B Moogan, Carney, Rooney  (77' Doherty), Beck. 
Subs not used: Baker, Gibson, Harris. 
Scorers:
Beck (50'), (56'), Brown (61'), Doherty (88').

Steve Milne  The rain was pouring down, the wind was blowing a gale... After 20 mins we were 1-0 down via a left wing cross, with the defence nowhere to be seen!  Why do we do this?

The second half was a lot better on the weather side, and the football side it was a million percent better too.

We made it 1-1 on 50 mins, via a free kick that Schumacher drove in from 25/30 yds, the keeper unable to get a hand on to it, Brown picked up the rebound laid it off for Beck to stab the ball home.  He was on the score sheet again on 56 mins, this time a left footer curled in the top corner from the edge of the box.

By this time it was all the blues; Brown put them further ahead on 61 mins firing in from close range via a Beck cross.  Villa scored on 80 mins with Everton again a bit lax in the defence department.

Just before the end, 88 mins Sub Doherty popped up to score a header from a free kick – a well taken set piece.


 Liverpool 2 - 0 Everton

U-17 Youth Academy League Match No 10
Saturday 4 November 2000

Liverpool Youth Academy, Liverpool

Everton:  Black, Colbeck, Gibson, Schumacher, Southern, B Moogan, Baker, Brown, Crowder, Doherty, Carney.
Subs Used: Borbin?  Subs not used: Harris, Potter.  Scorers: None.

Sorry, no more info...


 Everton 1 - 0 Manchester City

U-17 Youth Academy League Match No 11
Saturday 11 November 2000

Bellefield, West Derby, Liverpool

Everton:  Pettinger, Colbeck, Gibson, Schumacher, Southern, B Moogan, Brown, Crowder, Carney, Garside, Beck.
Subs used: Baker, Rooney, Doherty.  Scorers: Beck.

Sorry, no more info...


 Everton 1 - 2 Crewe Alexandra

U-17 Youth Academy League Match No 12
Saturday 18 November 2000

Bellefield, West Derby, Liverpool

Everton:  Black, Colbeck, Gibson, Southern, Schumacher, B Moogan, Brown, Rooney, Crowder, Doherty, Carney.
Subs used: Garside, Harris.  Scorers: Rooney.

Sorry, no more info...


 Manchester United 1 - 2 Everton

U-17 Youth Academy League Match No 13
Saturday 25 November 2000

Bellefield, West Derby, Liverpool

Everton:  Black, A Moogan, Gibson, Southern, Schumacher, B Moogan, Brown, Rooney, Crowder, Doherty, Carney.
Subs not used: N/A.  Scorers: Brown.

Sorry, no more info...


 Bolton Wanderers 3 - 2 Everton

U-17 Youth Academy League Match No 14
Saturday 2 December 2000
Bolton

Everton:  Black, Colbeck, Gibson, Schumacher, Southern, A Moogan (65' Potter), Beck, B Moogan, Symes, Daniel [trialist] (59' Thorbinson), Crowder. 
Subs not used: Martland, Jones.  Scorers: Symes (3'), Beck (84').
Attendance:
67  Bookings: None.  Ref: Mr A Feber

Its December.  Do you go Christmas shopping?  Or do you go to watch the kids play (no contest, is there?)

Everton scored 3 goals today but lost the game 3-2.  We went 1-0 up on 3 mins when Symes held off two Bolton defenders on the edge of the box, made space for himself, and let fly with his left foot.

A minute later A Moogan had a free kick 20 yds out just go over the bar.  On 5 mins, Potter found himself unmarked in the box 2 yards out, the ball fired in with some pace, only for him to see his shot go over the bar.

We let Bolton in on 10 mins when Colbeck, Everton's number 2, was trying to clear the ball from the 6-yd box, only to see the ball fly off his shin and into the back of the net! 1-1.

Crowder had a chance on 33 mins, beating both defender and keeper, and rolling the ball into the empty net, but one of the Bolton defenders raced back to clear the ball off the line.

Just before half time, Black dived at the feet of a Bolton attacker, the Ref decided it was a foul:  Penalty.  Bolton's Bird converted.

Half time: Bolton Wanderers 2 - 1 Everton

Alan Harper decided to shake up the team: Thorbinson and Potter came on, although this did not make much of a difference to the way we where playing.

After 74 mins, Beck from just outside the box made himself some space, had a snap-shot just to see it go over the bar.  Ten minutes later, from an identical spot, he this time hit it perfectly and the ball flew into the top right hand corner: 2-2.

A draw would be a fair result to day, however on 90 mins, with darkness almost upon us, a long-range shot came in with our keeper unable to hold on to the ball.  Dootdon was the first player to get to the ball, and to put the game out of Everton's reach.


 Everton 1 - 2 Manchester United

U-17 Youth Academy League Match No 15
Saturday 13 January 2000

Bellefield, West Derby, Liverpool

Everton:  Black, Potter, Colbeck, Garside, Southern, B Moogan, Rooney, Brown, Symes, Carney, Doherty.
Subs not used: Gerrard, Sly, Thorbinson.  Scorers: Brown.

Sorry, no more info...


 Everton 4 - 0 Bolton Wanderers

U-17 Youth Academy League Match No 16
Saturday 27 January 2001

Bolton

Everton:  Black, Potter, Crowder, Schumacher, R Southern, Thorbinson, Brown, B Moogan, Symes, Rooney, Doherty.
Subs not used: N/A.  Scorers: Symes 2, Crowder, B Moogan.

Sorry, no more info...


 Everton 0 - 1 Wolverhampton Wanderers

U-17 Youth Academy League Match No 17
Saturday 3 February 2001

Bellefield, West Derby, Liverpool

Everton:  Black, Potter, Crowder, Schumacher, R Southern, Thorbinson (Martland), Beck, B Moogan, Symes, Rooney, Carney.
Subs not used: N/A.  Scorers: None.

Sorry, no more info...


 Wolverhampton Wanderers 1 - 1 Everton

U-17 Youth Academy League Match No 18
Tuesday 13 February 2001

Wolverhampton

Everton:  Pettinger, Colbeck, Crowder, Schumacher, Southern, Garside (75' Doherty), Beck, Brown, Symes, Rooney, Carney (75' B Moogan).
Subs not used: N/A.  Scorers: Rooney (77').  Yellow Card: Rooney (73')  Att: 30.

Steve Milne: A midweek game for the U17's to try and catch up with the fixture backlog – to see the kids play is always a pleasure as they play with passion and not for money (not yet anyway).

The game was an end-to-end affair, 90 mins of commitment; to be fair we had the best chances, and most possession.

First chance came after 8 mins when Garside hit the bar with a header, the keeper nowhere. On 14 mins, Scotty Brown had another header – this time the ball was destined for the top corner, but the keeper made a great save. At this stage, Everton were well on top.

We had another goal chance on the 41st min when Brown had a 1-2 with Rooney who shot on target, the keeper again making a save to keep the score 0-0 at half time.

Against the run of play Wolves went 1 - 0 up on 62 mins: centre forward Leon Clarke nipped in to head the ball past the helpless Everton keeper – you have to lay the blame at the feet of our centre backs for not picking him up.

This made Everton pick up the pace. We had the ball cleared off the line twice in 10 mins: Colbeck with a header but they somehow got the ball away from under the bar, then a goal-mouth scramble with the ball hoofed away.

On 77 mins, Wayne Rooney scored our goal – and what a goal! He took the ball on the edge of the box, shook off the defenders, made a bit of space for himself, and fired hard and low from 10 yards out – great stuff!

A 1-1 draw was a fair result in the end... and Liverpool is up next, so all guns will be blazing.


 Everton 1 - 1 Liverpool

U-17 Youth Academy League Match No 19
Saturday 17 February 2001

Bellefield, West Derby, Liverpool

Everton:  Black, Colbeck, Crowder, Schumacher, R Southern, Carney, Beck, Brown, Symes, Garside, Doherty.
Subs not used: Martland, Thorbinson, Lynch.  Scorers: Symes.
Yellow Card: Garside (57').  Ref Mr P Dunn.  Att: 128

The morning's fog was still lingering but not bad enough to have the game called off.  Everton were the better side; they had most of the possession and most of the chances.  When you consider that most of our U17's are still at school, it was a job well done.

It took only a couple of minutes for us to have our first attempt. Beck had a snap-shot from 18 yds out.  Liverpool then had their only chance of the first 45 mins, when a scramble in the box ensued. Everton cleared the ball off the line twice.

Doherty, who ran his socks off all day, had a couple of chances: one on 33 mins from 25 yds out hard and low, and another just before half time, with the keeper well off his line, but saw his shot go just over the bar.

Half-time: Everton 0 - 0 Liverpool

The second 45 mins, apart from one glitch, was all Everton.  Southern found himself without his marker inside the box but wasted a free header.  A couple of minutes later, Symes headed just over the bar from a corner, with the Blues laying siege in the Liverpool penalty box.

All their hard work paid off on 63 mins, when Symes found himself in the box with time and space to score with his right foot.  Liverpool equalised, however, just 10 mins later, Everton failed to clear the ball from their own penalty area and, against the run of play, Peers put the scores level.

Within the last 10 mins, Everton could have snatched a victory, when Garside had a header go just over the bar.  In reality, he had all the time in the world to make it count but, at the end of the day, it was Everton 1 - 1 Liverpool.


 Manchester City 1 - 3 Everton

U-17 Youth Academy League Match No 20
Tuesday 7 March 2001 

Citizens' Complex, Carrington

Everton:  Pettinger, Crowder, Colbeck, Garside, R Southern, A Moogan, Beck, B Moogan, Carney, Doherty (Brown), Symes. 
Subs not used: Schumacher.  Scorers: Carney (6'), Crowder (58'), B Moogan (pen:70')

Steve Milne  The kids – and most of them are kids – did well; they played well, they controlled the game.  One-nil up after 6 mins, Carney with a shot from the edge of the box, the ball flew in off the underside of the bar.

We should have made it 2-0 on 22 mins, Symes from under the bar, saw his header go over the bar, an impossible feat.  On 24 mins City got themselves back in the game with a penalty, Cartwright the scorer.  This was only a small glitch, as Everton then took control of the game.

At half time, I did notice who was in the small crowd – some very famous ex-Everton players: Joe Royle, Colin Harvey, John Hurst, Alan Harper, all still involved someway in football with both teams.

Colin's boys then scored a couple of goals to put the game past City.

On 58 mins Crowder was 2 yds out in the middle of a goal mouth scramble, and blasted the ball in to go 2-1 up.  Doherty was brought down on 70 mins and he had to be substituted as a result – a clear pen, B Moogan stepped up to side-foot the ball past the keeper.

 Report at EvertonFC.com


 Everton 1 - 1 Leeds United

U-17 Youth Academy League Match No 21
Saturday 10 March 2001

Bellefield, West Derby, Liverpool

Everton:  Black, Colbeck, A Moogan, Schumacher, R Southern, Thorbinson, Doherty, Beck, Symes, Garside, Crowder.
Subs not used: Martland, Gerrard, Lynch.  Scorers: Doherty.

Sorry, no further details


 Crewe Alexandra 1 - 0 Everton

U-17 Youth Academy League Match No 22
Saturday 12 March 2001

Played at Bellefield, West Derby (due to the foot-&-mouth epidemic)

Everton:  Yeomans, Colbeck, A Moogan, Schumacher, R Southern, Thorbinson (Potter), Martland (Jones), Beck, Symes, Crowder, Carney.
Subs not used: Gerrard, Black, Lynch.  Scorers: None.

Sorry, no further details


 Aston Villa 2 - 1 Everton

U-17 Youth Academy League Match No 23
Saturday 24 March 2001

Birmingham

Everton:  Black, Potter (Jones), A Moogan, Colbeck, Southern, Thorbinson, Martland, Carney, Symes, Rooney, Crowder.
Subs not used: Garside, Gerrard. Scorers: Rooney.

Sorry, no further details


 

 Sheffield Wednesday 3 - 8 Everton

U-17 Youth Academy League Match No 24
Saturday 31 March 2001

Sheffield

Everton:  Pettinger, Colbeck, A Moogan {capt}, Garside, Southern (Crowder), Thorbinson (Carney), Brown, B Moogan, Symes, Rooney, Doherty.
Subs not used: Black, Potter.  Scorers: Rooney 3, Symes 5.

Sorry, no further details


 Newcastle United 4 - 1 Everton

U-17 Youth Academy Playoff Match No 1
Thursday 12 April 2001

Newcastle University

Everton:  Black, Garside, A Moogan, Schumacher, Southern, Carney, Brown, B Moogan, Symes, Rooney (88' Martland), Crowder (54' Beck).
Subs not used: Potter, Thorbinson.  Scorers: Symes (46').

Steve Milne:  Its a long journey home when you have been beaten 4-1 and today we were convincingly beaten, although it was the first game in the play-offs.  Our finishing was somewhat lack-lustre.  The referee's decisions left a lot to be desired. We had two clear penalties denied.

We were 3-0 down on 30 mins, all down to defensive mistakes.  On the bright side, just after half time, Alan Harper's team talk must have been ringing in Symes ears, for within 20 seconds of the restart, Rooney and B Moogan combined to lay the ball into the path of the tall No 9, who blasted home from close range.  At this point, I thought we may claw our way back but on 77 mins they put the game well beyond Everton's reach, again down to defensive errors.


 Aston Villa 0 - 1 Everton

U-17 Youth Academy Playoff Match No 2
Saturday 21 April 2001

Birmingham

Everton:  Cole, Colbeck, Garside (Lynch), R Southern, A Moogan, Potter, Thorbinson, Carney, Martland (Jones) Symes, Rooney.
Subs not used: N/A.  Scorers: Symes.

Sorry, no further details


 Everton 4 - 0 Sheffield Wednesday

U-17 Youth Academy Playoff Match No 3
Saturday 28 April 2001

Bellefield

Everton:  Cole, Colbeck, A Moogan, Garside, R Southern, Thorbinson, Potter, Carney, Symes, Rooney, Martland, 
Subs used: Lynch, Fox, Gerrard.  Subs not used: Jones.  Scorers: Symes 2, Carney, Lynch.

Everton U-17s finish second in their mini-playoff group, and fail to progress.  Newcastle move on to the final stages of the playoffs.

Sorry, no further details.  


 YOUTH ACADEMY U-17s – APPEARANCES

  

Apps(Sub)

Player

Goals
Steven Smith        3 (0) 0
Franklyn Colbeck    23 (0) 0
Steven Gibson       8 (1) 0
Alan Moogan         19 (0) 0
Brian Moogan        18 (2) 2
Robert Southern     27 (0) 0
Steven Schumacher   21 (0) 4
Tom Baker           5 (2) 0
Scott Brown         17 (1) 3
Michael Symes       21 (0) 15
Wayne Rooney        18 (1) 8
Martin Crowder      18 (1) 4
Sean Doherty        10 (5) 2
David Carney        21 (1) 2
Graham Black        16 (0) 0
Craig Garside       15 (2) 1
Ben Sly             1 (0) 0
Andrew Harris       0 (2) 0
James Potter        6 (3) 0
Heward Borbin       0 (1) 0
Stephen Beck        10 (1) 5
Andrew Pettinger    4 (0) 0
Mario Daniel       1 (0) 0
Damien Martland     4( 4) 0
Joseph Jones 0 (3) 0
Anthony Gerrard 0 (1) 0
Colin Thorbinson 8 (0) 0
Gavin Lynch 0 (2) 1
Ryan Yeomans 1 (0) 0
Alex Cole 2 (0) 0
Daniel Fox 0 (1) 0


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