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EVERTON U19s, 2002-03


Limited coverage of Everton U-19's campaign in the 
FA Premier Youth Academy League 

« [ Under-19s, 2001-02 ]

 
Manager:
Colin Harvey

[ Under-19s, 2003-04 ] »

 PAGE CONTENTS

 
Results & Fixtures  A record of Everton's Under-19 matches for the season
League Setup  An explanation of the Under-19 League setup
League Table  Everton's record in their Group table
Match Details  Teamsheets and brief reports, if available
Appearances  A table of Under-19 appearances and goals
Friendlies Results from Under-19 friendly matches in 2002
 [ Youth Cup, 2002-03 ]   [ Under-17s, 2002-03 ]   [ Reserves, 2002-03 ]
  

 FA PREMIER YOUTH ACADEMY U-19 LEAGUE

 FIXTURES AND RESULTS, 2002-03

  

Date   Ven Opponents           Result   Pos  Scorers                        

August 2002

Sat 24 (h) Coventry City       L 1-2    9th  Beck
Sat 31 (a) West Ham United     L 0-1   10th  -

September

Sat  7 (a) Bolton Wanderers    L 0-1   11th  -   
Sat 14 (a) Huddersfield Town   W 2-0    8th  Brown, Hopkins
Sat 21 (h) Middlesbrough       D 1-1    8th  Martland
Sat 28 (a) Sheffield Wednesday W 4-0    7th  Hopkins, Brown, Martland, B Moogan

October

Sat  5 (h) Wolverhampton W     W 1-0    6th  Southern
Sat 12 (a) Liverpool           L 2-4    8th  Hopkins, Booth
Sat 19 (h) Manchester United   L 1-2    8th  Carney
Sat 26 (a) Stoke City          W 2-0    6th  Hopkins, Beck

November

Sat  2 (h) Crewe Alexandra     W 4-1    5th  Moogan 2, Beck, Brown
Sat  9 (a) Nottingham Forest   D 1-1    6th  ??
Sat 16 (h) Manchester City     L 0-2    7th  -
Sat 23 (a) Birmingham City     D 1-1    7th  Southern 

December 2002

Sat  7 (a) Sheffield United    L 2-3    8th  Schumacher, Beck
Sat 14 (h) Stoke City          W 5-1    6th  Brown, Beck 3, Gerrard

January 2003

Sat 18 (h) Nottingham Forest   L 0-1    7th  —

February

Sat  8 (h) Barnsley            W 1-0    6th  Beck
Sat 22 (h) Leeds United        W 5-2    5th  Symes 3, Beck, Carney.

March

Sat  1 (a) Newcastle United    W 4-1    5th  B Moogan 3, Carney
Sat  8 (h) Birmingham City     L 0-1    6th  —
Sat 15 (a) Sheffield United    W 5-1    6th  ??
Sat 22 (a) Wolverhampton W     W 2-3    5th  ??
Tue 25 (h) Derby County        W 2-0    5th  Lynch, Carney 
Sat 29 (h) Liverpool           W 1-0    3rd  Barry

April 2003

Sat  5 (a) Manchester United   L 2-3    3rd  ??
Tue  8 (a) Manchester City     L 0-1    4th  —
Sat 12 (a) Crewe Alexandra     W 2-0    4th  Hopkins, Lynch

 Friendlies and Other U-19 Team Matches

Pre-Season Friendlies, 2002
     Day  Date   Ven Opponents           KO/Res     Scorers                              
     

 FA PREMIER YOUTH ACADEMY — League Setup

  
(Not yet updated) The FA Premier Youth Academy Under-19s League set-up has four regional groups of 10 teams each:

  Group A (NW)     Group B (NE)   Group C (SE)    Group D (SW)
  Blackburn Rvrs   Barnsley       Aston Villa     Bristol City  
  Bolton Wndrs     Derby County   Arsenal         Chelsea  
  Crewe Alexandra  Huddersfield T Birmingham C    Crystal Pal
  Everton          Leeds United   Charlton Ath    Fulham   
  Liverpool        Leicester C    Coventry City   QPR         
  Manchester Utd   Middlesbrough  Ipswich Town    Reading
  Manchester City  Newcastle Utd  Millwall        Southampton
  Stoke City       Notts Forest   Norwich         Tottenham H
  Wolverhampton W  Sheffield Wed  Peterborough    West Ham Utd
  Wrexham          Sunderland     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 three teams from the closest Group A.

For the main part of the season, Everton played each of the other teams in the local Group A, both home and away.  They finished up playing each of the remaining teams in Group B just once, giving 28 matches in all.  By finishing top of their regional Group table, Everton progressed direct to the semi-final of the national playoffs, where they lost to Nottingham Forest.
  

 UNDER-19 YOUTH ACADEMY LEAGUEGroup Table

   





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Pos Team Pld W D L F A GD Pts
1
Liverpool
28
18
7
3
74
37
37
61
2
Manchester United
28
19
4
5
62
36
26
61
3
Manchester City
28
15
5
8
53
38
15
50
4
Crewe Alexandra
27
13
7
7
52
47
5
46
5
Coventry City
28
12
6
10
49
37
12
42
6
Everton
28
11
9
8
43
31
12
42
7
Blackburn Rovers
28
8
9
11
45
43
2
33
8
Stoke City
28
7
6
15
40
46
-6
27
9
Bolton Wanderers
27
5
6
16
39
56
-17
21
10
Wrexham
28
1
2
25
25
103
-78
5

 


  

 UNDER-19 YOUTH ACADEMY LEAGUE — Match Details

The section below should contain available team details and scorers for Everton U-19 matches, and brief match reports, where available.  
 

 Everton 1 - 2 Coventry City

U-19 League Match No 1
Saturday 24 August 2002

Bellefield

Everton:  Cole; B Moogan, Crowder, Schumacher, R Southern, A Moogan, Beck, Garside, Lynch, Brown, Carney. 
Subs: Colbeck, Barry, Martland.  Scorers: Beck.

Summary: EvertonFC.com  icLiverpool.com


 West Ham United 1 - 0 Everton

U-19 League Match No 2
Saturday 31 August 2002

Bellefield

Everton:  Team.
Subs not used: Names.  Scorers: None.

Summary: EvertonFC.com  icLiverpool.com


 Bolton Wanderers 1 - 0 Everton

U-19 League Match No 3
Saturday 7 September 2002

Bolton

Everton:  Cole; Colbeck, Crowder, Schumacher, R Southern; Garside (38' Booth), B Moogan, Beck, Hopkins (77' Potter); Brown, Carney
Subs not used: Potter, Booth.  Scorers: None.

Steve Milne:  This is the first real chance I have had to see the Under-19s in action this season.  Losing the likes of Rooney (with the first team) & Symes (with the reserves) from the front two is asking a lot from the others to fill the gap scoring wise.  Hopkins and Brown tried to do just that.  We had our chances to win the game: both came close in the first half.  Brown having the better chances; the best effort a header, the cross coming in from the left, just slipping past the post.

A worry just before half time: Garside went off on a stretcher.

The second half saw us again working hard, Brown again finding the target.  Beck hit the top of the bar from 20 yards out, then Bolton started to attack.  In the last 15 mins, they hit the post twice, mounted attack after attack, and just before the end they stole a goal: Tubbs from close range, the cross in from the left, only half cleared, ball back into the box, a scrambled effort.

Summary: EvertonFC.com  icLiverpool.com


 Huddersfield Town 0 - 2 Everton

U-19 League Match No 4
Saturday 14 September 2002

Huddersfield

Everton:  Cole, Colbeck, Crowder, Schumacher, R Southern, Carney, Brown, B Moogan, Symes, Barry, Martland.
Subs: Hopkins, Hughes.  Scorers: Brown, Hopkins.

Match Reports: EvertonFC.com  icLiverpool.com


 Everton 1 - 1 Middlesbrough

U-19 League Match No 5
Saturday 21 September 2002

Bellefield

Everton:  Cole, Colbeck, Crowder, Schumacher, R Southern, Carney, Brown, B Moogan (61' Lynch), Barry (74' J Jones), Hopkins (61' Booth), Martland.
Subs not used: Lake, Gerrard.  Scorers: Martland (3').

Everton's Under-19s relinquished a goal lead at home to Middlesbrough, settling for a point in the end.  After dominating the first half of the game, they found themselves coming under increasing pressure from the visitors as the second half progressed.  Colin Harvey fielded a starting line-up shorn of the services of regulars Craig Garside, Alan Moogan, Michael Symes and Franklyn Beck, but Damon Martland's first goal of the season after just five minutes of the game gave the Blues a dream start.

Middlesbrough were second best in the opening 45 minutes but were value for their equalising goal on the hour as they came to terms with the game much more after the interval.  Everton showed great character to keep the scores level as Boro dominated towards the final whistle but the Blues were close to snatching maximum reward in the closing minutes as Gavin Lynch's header struck the visitors woodwork with their keeper well beaten.

Match Reports: EvertonFC.com  icLiverpool.com


 Sheffield Wednesday 0 - 4 Everton

U-19 League Match No 6
Saturday 28 September 2002

Bellefield

Everton:  Cole, Potter, Crowder, Schmacher, Southern, Carney, Brown, B Moogan, Barry, Hopkins, Martland.
Subs:  Flood, Booth, Hughes.  Scorers: Hopkins, Brown, Martland, B Moogan.

Match Reports: EvertonFC.com  icLiverpool.com


 Everton 1 - 0 Wolverhampton Wanderers

U-19 League Match No 7
Saturday 5 October 2002

Netherton

Everton:  Cole, Potter, Crowder, Schumacher, R Southern, A Moogan, Carney, B Moogan, Barry, Hopkins (84' Booth), Martland (36' Colbeck).
Subs not used: Beck.  Scorers: Southern.

Steve Milne: Not a lot to say really; a lot of huffing and puffing, no real action.  We only had one real chance just be for the end of the half: Alan Moogan well in side the area, the cross in from the right the ball fell kindly for him, a snap shot just past the right post.

Half time: Everton 0 - 0 Wolves

The second half was the David Carney show, he could have had a hat-trick.  He had a chance on 65 mins: unmarked in the area, his shot was saved spectacularly by the keeper diving to his right.  Then the Wolves keeper was again the saviour with Carney's shot this time from outside the area just over the bar with his fingertips.  The 3rd effort was another close-range shot that just slipped past the post. 

The winner came via a well-taken corner, Barry sending in the ball to Robert Southern's head; with power, he put it in the back of the net.  On the balance of play, a well-deserved lead, which turned out to be a well deserved win.

Match Reports: EvertonFC.com  icLiverpool.com


 Liverpool 4 - 2 Everton

U-19 League Match No 8
Saturday 12 October 2002

Liverpool

Everton:  Cole, Potter, Crowder, Schumacher, R Southern, A Moogan, Beck, B Moogan, Barry, Garside, Carney.
Subs: Hopkins, Booth, Martland.  Scorers: Hopkins (56'), Booth (60').

Steve Milne: A visit to the dark side this morning, with both U-17s & U-19s playing at the same time; I decided to have a look at our Under 19s again.  We had our backs to the wall for most of the game; the score line of 4-2 tells the story.

1-0 down at half time, this could have been more.  Garside cleared the ball off the line, Flynn hit the bar with a long range shot.  From the Blues side we had just one real chance: this came from A Moogan with a header from inside the box that went just go wide of the upright.

Liverpool's goal came after Everton just could not clear the ball away from inside the 18-yard box, even after 3 or 4 attempts.  The ball finally fell to Flynn who blasted the ball from the edge of the area with Cole given no chance.

Half time: Liverpool 1 - 0 Everton

The second half was only 60 seconds old when we found ourselves 2-0 down.  Raven hit a right-footed shot across the front of Cole from the right corner of the box, the ball slipping in at the bottom corner.  On 56 mins sub Hopkins clawed a goal back for a hard-working Everton side.  He found himself with the ball on the edge of the area, and saw his chance to fire in past the diving Dittmer.

Four mins later we had the deserved equaliser, another of our substitutes Booth the scorer.  Carney with the corner ball, in to the near post, flicked on to the 6-yard area, an almighty scramble ensued and Booth was in the right place at the right time: 2-2.  But within a minute we are 3-2 down: a cross in from the left, at the back post and Smyth with the header.

With 10 mins to go, ex-Everton player Darren Potter scored their fourth with another long range effort from the edge of the box; again our keeper had no chance.

Match Reports: EvertonFC.com  icLiverpool.com


 Everton 1 - 2 Manchester United

U-19 League Match No 9
Saturday 19 October 2002

Bellefield

Everton:  Lake, B Moogan, J Potter, Schumacher, Southern, Carney, Beck, Brown, Lynch, Hopkins, Martland.
Subs:  Barry, Flood, Seargeant.  Scorers: Carney.

Match Reports: EvertonFC.com  icLiverpool.com


 Stoke City 0 - 2 Everton

U-19 League Match No 10
Saturday 26 October 2002

Stoke

Everton:  Lake, B Moogan, Crowder, Southern, Schumacher, Potter, Brown, Carney, Beck, Booth (Lynch), Hopkins (Barry).
Subs not used: Names.  Scorers: Hopkins, Beck.

Match Reports: EvertonFC.com  icLiverpool.com


 Everton 4 - 1 Crewe Alexandra

U-19 League Match No 11
Saturday 2 November 2002

Bellefield

Everton:  Moogan, Beck, Brown....
Subs not used: Names.  Scorers: Moogan 2 , Beck, Brown.

Match Reports: EvertonFC.com  icLiverpool.com


 Nottingham Forest 1 - 1 Everton

U-19 League Match No 12
Saturday 9 November 2002

Nottingham

Everton:  Cole, Colbeck, Crowder, Schumacher, Southern, A Moogan, Beck, Potter, Hopkins, Brown, Carney.
Subs: Barry, J Jones, Wilson.  Scorers: Carney.

Match Reports: EvertonFC.com  icLiverpool.com


 Everton 0 - 2 Manchester City

U-19 League Match No 13
Saturday 16 November 2002

Bellefield

Everton:  Cole, Colbeck, Crowder, Schumacher (45' Booth), Southern, A Moogan, Beck (62' Seargeant), Potter, Hopkins (80' Hughes), Brown, Carney.
Subs not used: N/A.  Scorers: None.

Steve Milne: A poor game; not that many chances to fill the notebook.  Our best chance of the first half came on 20 mins from Alan Moogan with a great free kick, from 30/35 yards out, with power hit the top of the post; City's keeper would have had no chance.  The next noteworthy effort came on 42 mins when Dave Carney (who had a run out with the reserves mid-week) had a good deep run from midfield, held off a defender or two, and made a bit of space before crossing the ball to the back post but Hopkins just could not direct his header.

Half time: Everton 0 - 0 Manchester City

Within 8 mins of the restart, City started to take control of the game.  30 yards out, the Everton defence stood off Elliott gave him time & space to shoot into the bottom left-hand corner.  On 74 mins Elliott again the scorer to put the game beyond the Blues: a long ball from the back, from the right side of the area, Elliott just stuck his boot out, the ball just rolled towards the goal, Alex Cole slipped, the ball crossed the line:  0-2 down.

We had just one real attempt at goal on 66 mins: Hopkins with another header just wide of the upright.

Match Reports: EvertonFC.com  icLiverpool.com


 Birmingham City 1 - 1 Everton

U-19 League Match No 14
Saturday 23 November 2002

Bellefield

Everton:  Cole, Colbeck, Crowder, Potter, Southern, A Moogan, Beck, Brown, Hopkins, B Moogan, Carney.
Subs: Garside, J Jones.  Scorers: Southern.

Match Reports: EvertonFC.com  icLiverpool.com


 Sheffield United 3 - 2 Everton

U-19 League Match No 15
Saturday 7 December 2002

Sheffield

Everton:  Team.
Subs not used: Names.  Scorers: Scorers.

Match Reports: EvertonFC.com  icLiverpool.com


 Everton 5 - 1 Stoke City

U-19 League Match No 16
Saturday 14 December 2002

Bellefield

Everton:  Team.
Subs not used: Names.  Scorers: Beck 3, Gerrard, Moogan.

Match Reports: EvertonFC.com  icLiverpool.com


 Everton 0 - 1 Nottingham Forest

U-19 League Match No 17
Saturday 18 January 2003

Bellefield

Everton:  Team.
Subs not used: Names.  Scorers: None.

Match Reports: EvertonFC.com  icLiverpool.com


 Everton 1 - 0 Barnsley

U-19 League Match No 18
Saturday 8 February 2003

Bellefield

Everton:  Turner, Southern, Colbeck, Schumacher, Beck, Carney, Symes.
Subs not used: Names.  Scorer: Beck.

Match Reports: EvertonFC.com  icLiverpool.com


 Everton 5 - 2 Leeds United

U-19 League Match No 19
Saturday 22 February 2003

Bellefield

Everton:  ... Symes, Beck, Carney...
Subs not used: Names.  Scorers: Symes 3, Beck, Carney.

Match Reports:   EvertonFC.com  icLiverpool.com


 Newcastle United 1 - 4 Everton

U-19 League Match No 20
Saturday 1 March 2003

Newcastle

Everton:  ... B Moogan, Carney...
Subs not used: Names.  Scorers: B Moogan 3, Carney.

Match Reports:   EvertonFC.com  icLiverpool.com


 Everton 0 - 1 Birmingham City

U-19 League Match No 21
Saturday 8 March 2003

Bellefield

Everton:  Turner, Potter, Crowder, Gerrard, Southern, B Moogan (73' Carney), Beck, Gallagher (71' Hopkins), Symes, A Moogan (45' Schumacher), Brown.
Subs not used: Cole.  Scorers: None.

Steve Milne: Not a morning to be standing at the training ground; windy, that horrible rain that soaks you, and not a lot of good football to boot.

We lost 1-0 today.  A fair result would have been a draw; both sides somewhat lacking in the shots on target department.  Birmingham's goal came via a Shumacher mistake: he gave the ball away with a poor pass, Birmingham broke with a 3 on 2, Barrowman was the spare man from 4 yards out and side-footed the ball past Everton's new young keeper Iain Turner (who had not had a lot to do for the whole 90' bar pick the ball out of the net the one time)

Symes got a yellow card for a clumsy tackle just before the end of the game (frustration with lack of good service to him got the better of him, I think!).

Match Reports:   EvertonFC.com  icLiverpool.com


  Everton 5 - 1 Sheffield United

U-19 League Match No 22
Saturday 15 March 2003

Bellefield

Everton:  Team.
Subs not used: Names.  Scorers: Scorers.

Match Reports:   EvertonFC.com  icLiverpool.com


 Wolverhampton Wanderers 2 - 3 Everton

U-19 League Match No 23
Saturday 22 March 2003

Bellefield

Everton:  Team.
Subs not used: Names.  Scorers: Scorers.

Match Reports:   EvertonFC.com  icLiverpool.com


 Everton 2 - 0 Derby County

U-19 League Match No 24
Tuesday 25 March 2003

Bellefield

Everton:  Turner, Potter, Crowder, Garside, Gerrard, Carney, Barry, Beck, Lynch, Hopkins, J Jones.
Subs not used: N/A.  Scorers:  Lynch (15'), Carney (pen:78') 

Steve Milne:  With a few postponed Under-19 fixtures still to fit in before the end of the season, a couple of midweek afternoon kick offs have been added.  Today the Under-19's (who where mostly made up of the Under-17's) beat Derby 2-0, a goal in each half.

1 - 0 15' Lynch.  A well-taken header unmarked in the box, placed into the bottom right of the goal, Hopkins the provider of the ball, a good pin point cross.

2 - 0 78' Carney. Via a Penalty, coolly sent the keeper the wrong way, put the ball in the bottom left hand corner.

Young Turner, (who by the way looks better each time I see him in action) had nothing to do.  Derby County hit the bar in the first half just over the half hour mark, the only attack worthy of a note.

Match Reports:   EvertonFC.com  icLiverpool.com


 Everton 1 - 0 Liverpool

U-19 League Match No 25
Saturday 29 March 2003

Bellefield

Everton:  Turner, Potter, Wright, Garside, Gerrard, J Jones, Booth (M Jones), B Moogan, Lynch (Hughes), Hopkins, Barry. 
Subs not used: Thorbinson, Gallagher.  Scorers: Barry (40')

Steve Milne: With a young side playing for the reserves last night, the Under-19s were made up of the Under-17s — we even have a couple of schoolboys on the bench.

For the first 45 mins, nether side could make any inroads.  The only goal of the game came via a mistake on 40 mins when Liverpool gave the ball away in midfield.  Everton took full advantage: from just inside the area, Barry took a chance shot, the ball flew into the bottom left-hand side of the goal.

In the second half the Everton youngsters had the upper hand, Liverpool becoming more and more frustrated, (a few fouls, a few moans to the referee; typical crap from the red pestilence...)

  • 50' Hopkins almost made it 2 from close range when he hit the post from a tight angle.
  • 70' Lynch had a good shot just go over the bar from distance.
  • 85' With 5 mins to go, Everton's defenders threw themselves at everything: two goal line clearances with in 30 seconds!
  • 86' J Jones was denied by the Liverpool keeper with a 3-on-1 Everton break; he went for goal with two spare blue shirts.

Everton wanted the win more than they did.

Match Reports:   EvertonFC.com  icLiverpool.com


 Manchester United 3 - 2 Everton

U-19 League Match No 26
Saturday 5 April 2003

Manchester

Everton:  Team.
Subs not used: Names.  Scorers: Scorers.

Match Reports:   EvertonFC.com  icLiverpool.com


 Manchester City 1 - 0 Everton

U-19 League Match No 27
Saturday 8 April 2003

Platt Lane, Manchester

Everton:  Turner, Potter, Crowder, Garside, Fox, Carney, Booth (76' M Jones), J Jones (81' Thorbinson), Lynch (75' Flood), Hopkins, Barry.
Subs not used: Thorbinson B Moogan, A Gerrard.  Scorers: Scorers.

Another Academy game just a day after the reserve team game at Sunderland, as most of the Under-19s played in it; another very young side took on Man City at Platt Lane.  It took just 20 seconds for the first attack, Hopkins from the edge of the area just off target.

  • 7' City defender with a poor pass back, Lynch chased, the keeper Westwood kicked the ball right at Lynch, the ball bounced just past the upright.
  • 16' another Everton attack, Barry with a deep cross from the right, found the head of Lynch, again just past the post.
  • 17' from 20 yards out Crowder, leaning back his shot floated just over the bar.
  • 34' & 45' young Ian Turner getting better with each game he plays made two outstanding saves to keep the score at 0-0 half time.
  • 52' Hopkins with his back to goal, inside the area, turned and shot on target, but straight at the keeper.
  • 84' after all the hard work, a mistake in the heart of the Everton defence, the ball fell to a City attacker Croft, who from close range hit the only goal of the game.
  • 85' Yellow card - M Jones - Foul.

Match Reports:   EvertonFC.com  icLiverpool.com


 Crewe Alexandra 0 - 2 Everton

U-19 League Match No 28
Saturday 15 April 2003

Crewe

Everton:  Team.
Subs not used: Names.  Scorers: Hopkins, Lynch.

Match Reports:   EvertonFC.com  icLiverpool.com


 YOUTH ACADEMY U-19s – APPEARANCES, 2002-03

  
We're sorry, but we are no longer able to show updated information about player appearances as neither the Everton Programme nor the Liverpool Echo / Daily Post publish regular team lineups for the Under-19s. The following statistics are not accurate:
 

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Player Apps (Sub) Goals
Stephen Schumacher
8 (0)
0
 Robert Southern
8 (0)
1
 Andrew Cole
8 (0)
0
 David Carney
8 (0)
0
 Brian Moogan
8 (0)
0
 Martin Crowder
8 (0)
0
 Alan Moogan
6 (0)
1
 Anthony Barry
5 (0)
0
 Franklyn Colbeck
5 (1)
0
 Damon Martland
4 (0)
2
 Steven Beck
4 (0)
1
 Craig Garside
4 (0)
0
 Paul Hopkins
4 (2)
3
 Scott Brown
4 (1)
1
 James Potter
2 (1)
0
 Gavin Lynch
1 (1)
0
 Michael Symes
1 (0)
0
 Wayne Rooney
0 (0)
0
 own goal
0 (0)
0
 Craig Lake
0 (0)
0
Joey Jones
0 (0)
0
 Mark Hughes
0 (0)
0
 Jack Flood
0 (0)
0
 Anthony Gerrard
0 (0)
0
 Robert Booth
0 (4)
1
 Laurence Wilson
0 (0)
0
 Joseph Jones
0 (1)
0
  

 U-19s FRIENDLIES, 2002-03

 Burscough ? - ? Everton

U-18 Friendly

Victoria Park, Burscough

Everton:  
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