U21s' unbeaten run continues

02/02/2016  4 Comments  [Jump to last]
Against the backdrop of transfer deadline day and the signing of Oumar Niasse, Everton's Under-21s beat Manchester United 2-0 at Finch Farm this evening.

David Unsworth's side made it seven games without defeat thanks to goals in each half by Mason Holgate and Calum Dyson.

Everton: Gray, Connolly, Foulds, Davies, Pennington, Holgate, Dowell, Williams, Dyson, Rodriguez (Byrne), Charsley.  


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Anthony Dwyer
1 Posted 03/02/2016 at 01:39:50
Always nice to beat the Mancs at any level, well in boys.
Harold Matthews
2 Posted 03/02/2016 at 01:58:26
Good win from a strong team although I would like to see them out on loan.

Listened to Ian Bishop on the radio the other night. Ex-blue youngster and West Ham legend before moving on to City.

Still a Blue, he said he learnt the basics up till the age of 18 with Everton but it was his 4 years competitive action with Carlisle which made him a footballer. When he returned from Carlisle some of his old mates were still playing reserve football while he had 90 league games under his belt.

David Chait
3 Posted 03/02/2016 at 05:22:22
We do have few out there in Garbutt, Walsh, Ledson and Brewster plus maybe some I'm missing. But fully agree. Actually think I quite like the buy and loan straight back scenario.

Holgate for instance could do very well having stayed where he was for another season. Clearly was getting great development is surroundings he was happy in. As opposed to jumping one month here another there.
Anthony Dwyer
4 Posted 03/02/2016 at 07:32:44
Agreed David, also the Barcelona model of sell them with buy back on the cheap option is also a very good idea.

Would have worked a treat with Mustafi.

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