U18s win away at Man Utd

Saturday, 21 September, 2019 8comments  |  Jump to last
Manchester Utd U18s 2 - 3 Everton U18s

Tom Cannon scored twice and Reece Welch was also on target to give Everton Under-18s to a terrific 3-2 victory at Manchester United.

England Under-16 international Welch opened the scoring on 16 minutes, with hosts Man Utd levelling 16 minutes later.

Cannon's first of the afternoon swiftly restored Everton's advantage but the teams went in level after Man Utd converted a penalty 2 minutes before the break. Cannon conjured the decisive strike 3 minutes after half-time.

Everton U18s: McIntyre, Hosie, Lowey, Welch, D Thompson Hughes (c) [Y], Quirk [Y], Onyango, Cannon (83' Higgins), Carroll (71' Warrington), Dobbin (88' M Thompson).
Subs not Used: Barrett, Jon Anderson.

 

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Steve Ferns
1 Posted 23/09/2019 at 13:31:48
Anyone go to this one?

Tom Cannon (9) looks like a good little player. He looks short, but stocky. The way he sold the defender and then slotted home was great.

The player who impressed me the most this season is Lewis Dobbin the left winger. Number 11 in this one. Lovely little turn and pass for Cannon’s winner.

Dobbin was full of tricks down the left. He’s very direct and loves to come inside and go for goal.

Those are the two to watch out for I think.

Steve Ferns
2 Posted 23/09/2019 at 13:42:36
Both Dobbin and Cannon are only 16. The other highly rated player (according to the esteemed Dave Abrahams) is Bobby Carrol and he's only 17. This U18 side is actually very young. It's remarkable how well they are doing.
Sam Hoare
3 Posted 23/09/2019 at 13:48:18
Tyler Onyango is another one worth a look, I've heard, Steve. Also 16. A tall, rangy midfielder whose got a few goals and assists so far from the middle of the park. Models himself on Viera apparently.
Steve Ferns
4 Posted 23/09/2019 at 13:58:07
Yeah. He’s only very young as well Sam. They’ve got the mini-derby next. We would go top if we won our game in hand, after Blackburn beat Man City. However, we’ve got the RS next. They’ve had some good results so far, only losing (like us) to City. They drew with wolves and we’ve got them soon. Wolves are in the mix too so it’ll be a tough game. Let’s hope these kids can keep ripping it up.
Dave Abrahams
5 Posted 23/09/2019 at 15:57:35
What has happened to McKenzie Hunt, still only seventeen, eligible to play for the u18’s, awarded a three year contract last season, I haven’t heard about him this season, is he injured or has he moved on?
Steve Ferns
6 Posted 23/09/2019 at 16:03:50
No idea Dave. He has not made the bench, let alone the first XI. We are playing a side that's really an u16 side with a few 17 year olds and no 18 year olds. McKenzie is unlikely to be just dropped. He signed that 3 year deal just two months ago to much fanfare. The club also made a big deal of his superb goal. It must be injury, because he certainly has not moved on. Not even on loan.
Brent Stephens
8 Posted 27/09/2019 at 17:47:57
Dave, I think the game is listed under Fixtures U23 on the website but not on the app for some reason.
Dave Abrahams
9 Posted 27/09/2019 at 21:15:50
Marcel Brands and Greta Steinsson, Everton's top European scout watched this game at Southport tonight. There's another bit of useless information for you, and I'd never heard of that scout either!!!

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