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Liverpool U18s 1 - 1 Everton U18s

by | 04/11/2014  Comments (13)  jump
On Saturday, Everton's youngsters, on a five-game winning streak, were held to a draw by their local rivals after gifting them the lead. A great header by George Newell restored parity but Everton should have won it when a penalty from Joe Williams was saved.

Everton U18s: Hewlet; Yates, Thorniley (c), Walsh, Davies; Grahm, Williams; Holland (Kinsella), Newell (Donohue), Charsley (Broadhead); Dyson.
Subs not Used: Bainbridge, Duffus.  


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Michael Kenrick
1 Posted 04/11/2014 at 16:53:20
There's actually some great video coverage of this game's hilites from our loveable neighbours, to give them grudging credit:


Michael Kenrick
2 Posted 04/11/2014 at 16:54:53
Some dreadful defending from captain Jordan Thorniley for the Liverpool goal. Some great work by Charsley for a 'goal' disallowed (Dyson offside).

To be fair to the hated Redshite, the coverage of Everton's attacking play given here was very generous.

Fantastic headed goal by George Newell to level things up.

Penalty for Everton missed by Joe Williams (saved)... Incredible save by Mateusz Hewelt in the Everton goal near the end, but a mistake by him almost lets the Reds in.

Match report at the Official Everton Website.

Brent Stephens
3 Posted 04/11/2014 at 17:02:19
Thanks, Michael. Really interesting / useful. Charsley looks very good.
Phill Thompson
4 Posted 04/11/2014 at 17:28:12
Fair play, that commentator was far less biased than the gutter of ex-RS commentators that inhabit Sky/BT.

It's difficult to tell too much from highlights and there were a number of U18s not playing like Connolly, Ledson, Kenny. Two of them played for England U17s recently Tom Davies and Nathan Holland.

Peter Gorman
5 Posted 04/11/2014 at 19:33:08
Charsley has been looking good for a while now.

I hate to say this about a kid but Thorniley looks like a bit of a dick with that lazy defending. Didn't seem bothered at all.

Dave Abrahams
6 Posted 04/11/2014 at 19:45:23
Thanks, Michael, it’s always good to hear how our youngsters are doing.
Harold Matthews
7 Posted 04/11/2014 at 21:56:30
Cheers Michael. Good well balanced snip.
Paul Thompson
8 Posted 04/11/2014 at 22:42:15
Enjoyed that. On balance of chances looks like we should have won that. Liked the look of Charsley.
Derek Knox
9 Posted 05/11/2014 at 10:25:29
Thanks, Michael, for that link, I quite enjoyed watching the lads playing. Is it me, or what? THEIR picture and commentary was far clearer than ours has ever been, in both departments. They have probably splashed out more on the equipment than we have.

Still, good to see that we have some up-and-coming talent. Would that have been Mike Newell's (ex-Blues striker) son who scored?

Brian Harrison
10 Posted 05/11/2014 at 11:22:34
Thanks for the link a real joy to watch the youngsters some promising players amongst them, although it is remarkable how few make it to the first team.
Sam Hoare
11 Posted 05/11/2014 at 19:02:33
Thanks for the link, Michael. Shame the os only does U21 highlights (and only a couple of mins) as I would like to see more of the U18s.

Charsley looks useful and from what I hear Walsh, Davies, Holland and Dyson all have some serious potential. Fingers crossed for them.

Patrick Murphy
12 Posted 05/11/2014 at 19:07:14
Derek, perhaps their mates in the world of television helped them with the equipment as I believe that ITV in particular still hold shares in the club.
Derek Knox
13 Posted 05/11/2014 at 19:28:24
Hello Patrick, thanks for the explanation, I hope they regret their investment, as Brenda is doing his utmost to turn the gold back to base metal.

Hope we perform well tomorrow night, as the last game (Lille) and against Swansea, were a bit flat. We need a boost and another three points.


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