U23s play Carlisle Utd in training game

Tuesday, 27 July, 2021 5comments  |  Jump to last

Everton U23s travelled to Carlisle Utd for a training game this afternoon. The game was played behind closed doors with the home side edging it 3-2, with ex-Everton Academy player Manasse Mampala hitting the winner.

Everton went in front on 7 minutes through Tom Cannon and retook the lead when 16-year-old Eli Campbell struck on 66 minutes after a first-half equaliser from the home side.

Carlisle's second equaliser arrived on 83 minutes and, 60 seconds later, former Everton Academy player Manasse Mampala bent in a terrific finish for the winner.

Everton U23s: Leban, Campbell, John, Astley, Hughes, Iversen, Cannon, Dobbin, Butterfield, Price, Welch.
Subs: McAllister, Baningime, Mallon

 

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Steve Ferns
1 Posted 27/07/2021 at 22:33:12
The highlights can be viewed here:

Link

Tony Abrahams
2 Posted 27/07/2021 at 22:46:18
Thanks for that Steve, it looked like it was a good workout for what appeared to be a young Everton team.
Dave Abrahams
3 Posted 27/07/2021 at 22:52:47
Steve (1) thanks for the link Steve, it looked like a very young Everton team playing against men, great winning goal from our ex player.
Steve Ferns
4 Posted 28/07/2021 at 12:25:33
I thought the third choice keeper, zan luk Leban, the 18 year old Slovenian had a good game and could do little about each of the goals. The first two bad luck for him and the third was a belter and he had no chance.
Tony Everan
5 Posted 03/08/2021 at 21:48:51
Thanks for the link, Steve, I agree Leban did well. Carlisle looked fit and ready to start their campaign so the young lads had a great workout.

When we were winning 2-1 our No 9? missed a good chance he should have connected with 9 yards out.

The late winning goal was a humdinger, hats of to Mampala.


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