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U19s win again in Dallas Cup

01/04/2015  Comments (25)  jump
Updated Everton Under-19s beat Ryutsu-Keizai 2-0 in Dallas today thanks to goals by David Henen and Jack Bainbridge and progress to the semi-finals as best runners-up.

They took the lead through Henen's 16th-minute strike but had to survive a scare just past the half-hour mark when Tachibana hit the post.

Bainbridge doubled the lead in the second half when he converted Brewster's pass after Ledson had almost scored a carbon copy of his stunner against LA Galaxy over the weekend.

Pail Tait's side were denied top spot in the group by River Plate's 7-0 win over Galaxy — the Argentine side needed to win by three goals or more to displace Everton from the top of the group — but qualified thanks to Monterey's 2-2 draw with Corinthians in the other group.

Everton U19s: Hewelt, Yates, Kenny, Thorniley, Robinson [Y:10'] (46' Birch), Ledson, Connolly [Y:60'], Donohue (85' Holland), Davies (61' Bainbridge), Dowell (67' Brewster (89' Graham)), Henen [Y:45] (67' Dyson).
Sub not Used: O'Loughlin.

 

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Phill Thompson
1 Posted 01/04/2015 at 22:40:18
That's an impressive amount of game time players like Ledson have played in the last week or so, and great results by the youngsters given that R-K beat River Plate. R-K have same points and goal difference as us, 6-4, so we're presumably ahead on match against each other. River Plate are on 4-4 prior to their LA Galaxy match, so as above they need to win 3-0 to progress.

My understanding is that the three Group winners plus best runner up to progress. If we are second on 6 points then it could be between us and SC Corinthians Paulista who have 4 points prior to their last match and Real Salt lake who have 3 points and a 5-5 GF going into their last match.

Phill Thompson
2 Posted 01/04/2015 at 23:11:13
Real Salt Lake win 1-0, so 6 points but worse GF than us at 6 -5. River Plate playing now, Paulista kicking off at stupid o'clock our time so will check in morning..... unless someone updates before me.
Harold Matthews
3 Posted 01/04/2015 at 23:08:15
Thanks for the info, Phil. We've played really well but the missed chances against River Plate look certain to cost us. Galaxy v River Plate is a miss-match and Corinthians will probably trot up.
Chris James
4 Posted 02/04/2015 at 00:08:13
River Plate 3-0 up at half time and LA Galaxy down to 10 men... not looking ace if we're relying on these chaps!
Chris James
5 Posted 02/04/2015 at 00:09:20
5-0 now, blimey. Still 40 mins to go!
Julian Wait
6 Posted 02/04/2015 at 04:58:11
Looks like we progress as best runner up and play 6pm on Friday (Good Friday).

http://events.gotsport.com/events/schedule.aspx?EventID=40484&GroupID=380233&Gender=Boys&Age=19

Are any Texas Toffees traveling to Dallas for the Friday games? I need to work around other plans (and work) but I might be interested in shooting up there Friday afternoon (from Austin) to watch both games, and then either come back late Friday, maybe, or stay up there and back on Saturday. Post interest here and I will check back tomorrow.

Aman Kanji
7 Posted 02/04/2015 at 05:35:55
Julian, wish I could, just can't get a decent flight from John Lennon to meet you up in time... Enjoy though!
Cal Grogan
8 Posted 02/04/2015 at 06:21:49
I've noticed that the 'Belgian Ronaldo' seems to have been in and out of the U-21 squad but, from the limited news I have seen/read he has bagged a few and looked okay. Anyone who has followed the Unders this season think he is worth keeping?
Colin Glassar
9 Posted 02/04/2015 at 08:13:34
Cal, if you are talking about Henen then all IÂ’ve heard about him are good things. The kid sounds very promising.
Sam Hoare
10 Posted 02/04/2015 at 08:13:16
Cal, he has been more in than out and has done very well for the most part with a decent return on assists and goals.

Progressing in this tournament is great news and I hope we begin to see a fair few of these youngsters integrated in the next few years. The way Garbutt, Browning and Robles have been underused this season gives me doubts....

Phill Thompson
11 Posted 02/04/2015 at 08:25:11
So we play the Brazilian team Coritiba FC in the the semi-final. They appear to have been the best team in the tournament so far, winning all their games comfortably. Maybe they could smuggle the odd player back with them, but on a serious note these are the kind of events and teams where we should be looking to pickup future players.
David Midgley
12 Posted 02/04/2015 at 11:48:16
Phil (#11),

They wonÂ’t suit us, even though they probably have phenomenal potential.

Michael Kenrick
Editorial Team
13 Posted 02/04/2015 at 15:48:10
Everton U19s take on Coritiba in the first semi-final, kicking off at 6pm CDT on Friday in Dallas. That's midnight BST. We'll look out for any live coverage.

It will be followed by Monterry Raydos (Mex) vs River Plate (Arg), with both games in the Toyota Stadium, where the Final will also take place, at 6 pm CDT on Sunday.

Harold Matthews
14 Posted 02/04/2015 at 16:24:28
Yes Sam, while Martinez remains obsessed with Premier League experience, the youngsters have no chance. It's why Barry and Howard walk straight back in. It was why Besic was subbed instead of McCarthy even though he was having a better game. "I had to go with Premier League experience," explained Martinez later.
Paul Ellam
15 Posted 02/04/2015 at 17:33:17
Good result lads - keep it going!

Nice to see the same names popping up regularly like Henen, Ledson, Dowell and Kenny. Gives hope for the future and perhaps all will break into the first team squad at some stage.

Dave Abrahams
17 Posted 02/04/2015 at 21:15:55
Michael, is the Toyota Stadium a different arena to where the opening games where played? Those games looked like they were played at something like Finch Farm, just a large training ground.
Paul McGinty
18 Posted 02/04/2015 at 22:36:07
Toyota Stadium is where Dallas FC play. It's a pro stadium.

The Dallas cup is an invitational – lots of high-level teams. Not feasible to play all games in the main stadium.

Harold Matthews
19 Posted 03/04/2015 at 00:05:30
Watching the golf. Some of these female golfers have great legs. They can also play.
Paul McGinty
20 Posted 03/04/2015 at 02:49:22
I read that the Dallas Cup squad are watching the first team game v Saints with the North Texas Everton Supporters Club on Saturday – nice touch. At the Londoner pub in Addison, Texas.
Tim Greeley
21 Posted 03/04/2015 at 03:45:38
So next year Everton will be participating in the Trenton Cup... right??

Damn you Texans with your decent weather, rampant sidearms, tasty barbeque and access to our Toffee youngsters during this long as shit two-week EPL layoff.

Also, just going off match summaries and stats, it certainly sounds like David Henen could be a real player. However if we end up doing it, we'd better keep hold of him. Can't wait to see more of Ledson and Kenny too.

Brian Porter
22 Posted 03/04/2015 at 05:51:17
Well done lads, for reaching the semis. Anyone know if there's a 3rd/4th place play-off if they lose the semi? It would be nice for them to still have something to play for if they don't reach the final, but I hope they do, of course. Henen and Ledson definitely have first-team potential.
Harold Matthews
23 Posted 03/04/2015 at 10:56:42
Before the arrival of Martinez, we were able to watch lots of Academy action on the Official Site, sometimes whole games.

Now, I don't know who has put their foot down but these days we see virtually nothing.

It has turned into the Roberto Martinez show with everyone reading from his script.

David Cooper
24 Posted 03/04/2015 at 13:03:05
If you can access the Time Warner Sports Channel, the game is being shown live at 7pm EST which is midnight UK time. Try twschannel.com.

If you cannot access the channel as it is a USA channel, get Hotspot Shield and then you can access it by locating yourself as being in the USA. If that makes any sense!

Good luck and best of luck to the Blues tonight and tomorrow v Southampton.

Christopher Kelly
25 Posted 03/04/2015 at 16:00:52
Who said we don't win cups??
Harold Matthews
26 Posted 03/04/2015 at 20:21:59
Thanks David. You sound like a smart hacker.

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