Who’s that Niasse? Sounds like he could be a one to look out for him.Everton u23s lost the 1st game in the Premier League Cup to Fulham,This is the 2nd game
Tyrer, Astley, Foulds, Baningime, Feeney (c), Gibson, Adeniran, Onyango, Niasse, Markelo, Charsley.
Subs: Denny, Hansen, John, Simms, Iversen
Cooper, Burdon, Peck, Purrington, Cleal , Moore, Miller, Randell (capt) Clarke, Telford ,Taylor
Subs: Fletcher, Lolos, Jephcott, Mansaray, Townsend (gk)
Tricky one but something to tell parents when they're deciding where to send their talented kid, "we will still look after your son even if he's not going to make it with 1st team in a few years".I know. Pointless, just playing him so he's in the shop window. How does this benefit Everton?
Well , I’m now more amused than baffled by this. Despite the official reports of the u18 match against Fulham having Rhys Hughes as playing and scoring a penalty , and no mentions in the report of the mystical “ Wudches” named on the original team sheet there is now in our official list of u18 players a “ Ritus Wudches” . As one of our esteemed posters might say “ make of that what you will!”Cheers as ever, I guessed at Wudches being Hughes based on position and some letters being the same , seems likely as he’s our penalty taker. It’s exciting wondering who these unknown kids are and if they are any good !
An excellent performance by the keeper that. Can tell how good he was by the blues players reactioned when he saves it, massively frustrated as they're doing things right but have come up against someone who's played incredible.Some absolute cracking saves from their keeper there, at least 3 of them looked absolute certain goals.