U18s lose mini-derby

Saturday, 30 March, 2019 3comments  |  Jump to last
Everton U18s 0 - 1 Liverpool U18s
Everton U18s could not score against their local rivals and eventually paid the price at Finch Farm on Saturday.

The Blues squandered home advantage and some cracking chances to score that fell to goal machine Ellis Simm and Lewis Dobbin.

That was compounded by poor defending which allowed the Reds to secure the points and push Paul Tait's youngsters back down to 4th with 3 games to play this season.

Everton U18s: Tyrer, Quirk, Collins, Joe Anderson [Y], McKeown, Hughes, Adedoyin, Carroll (79' Onyango), Simms, Dobbin (53' Richards), Hunt. Subs not Used: Barrett, Zuk, Garcia.  

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Dave Abrahams
1 Posted 31/03/2019 at 13:40:50
Second time we have lost to Liverpool in this league this season, don’t know why but we had a very young team out in this game, several sixteen year olds and on younger, I believe, doesn’t make sense to me, but you have to believe those in charge know what they are doing.

I hope Brands as a very good look at what is happening at all levels of the Everton youth system and makes it a lot more professional than it appears to be.

Dave Abrahams
2 Posted 31/03/2019 at 13:41:29
Second time we have lost to Liverpool in this league this season, don’t know why but we had a very young team out in this game, several sixteen year olds and on younger, I believe, doesn’t make sense to me, but you have to believe those in charge know what they are doing.

I hope Brands as a very good look at what is happening at all levels of the Everton youth system and makes it a lot more professional than it appears to be.

Rudi Coote
3 Posted 02/04/2019 at 13:53:42
No surprise there then. The RS have a curse over us from the youth teams to the ladies teams and the first teams. Sick of it.

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