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Under-18s beaten at Stoke

28/02/2015  Comments (4)  jump
The Young Blues followed up last week's 5-0 thrashing of Liverpool with a disappointing 3-1 defeat at Stoke.

Goals from Yusuf Coban and Johnville Renee-Pringle ensured that the Potters' U18s would take the points.

Calum Dyson grabbing Everton U18s' only goal with the score at 2-0 but Paul Tait's side couldn't mount a comeback.

We had a young team and knew it would be a battle against a physical Stoke side, Tait told evertonfc.com.

We were a little naïve at times and the couple of years age difference with some of the younger lads caught up with us a little.

But I was pleased with how we played, particularly the defence despite conceding three times, and it was nice for Calum to get another goal.

Everton remain second in the table having already booked their place in the end-of-season play-offs.

Everton: Stanek, Yates (Harrington 85), Bainbridge, Graham, Robinson, Davies, Holland, Kinsella (Bramall), Broadhead, Evans (Charsley 60), Dyson.  


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Dave Abrahams
1 Posted 01/03/2015 at 21:07:58
I see Michael Kinsella, the young Irish lad we signed last summer, got a run out. He's been injured for most of the season; does anyone know how he performed?
Dan Howard
2 Posted 02/03/2015 at 05:50:27
Of those that started, who do people think are the most promising players?
Patrick Murphy
3 Posted 02/03/2015 at 12:57:12
Unsworth's charges aren't doing too well at the moment they are being walloped 4-0 at Spurs, not yet H/T with what the Echo suggests is a strong Everton line-up and who could have gone joint top with a win.
Sam Hoare
4 Posted 02/03/2015 at 19:52:16
A bad week for all Everton teams then!


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