U18s Face Fulham
Saturday, 29th Jan 2011 10:02
Town’s U18s are in action against Fulham at Playford Road this morning (KO 11am). The young Blues will be looking to get back to winning ways after last week’s 1-0 loss at Arsenal.
Northern Ireland U21 international striker Caolan Lavery remains on the sidelines with the knee injury he suffered in the FA Youth Cup exit to Peterborough in November, while Norwegian central defender Nicolay Schrøder is also still out with his knee problem.
Meanwhile, Town are advertising for a new full-time assistant academy manager.
U18s squad: Cody Cropper, Callum Bennett, Joe Whight, Josh Carson, Josh Meekings, Rory McKeown, Cormac Burke, Elliot Scotcher, Jack Simmons, Byron Lawrence, Carel Tiofack, Jide Maduako, Conor O’Donnell, Lewis Acott, David October, Tom Winter.
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