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Reserves Face Spurs
Reserves Face Spurs
Monday, 7th Nov 2011 11:58

Jay Emmanuel-Thomas, Mark Kennedy, Luke Hyam and Jack Ainsley are amongst the players with first team experience involved in this afternoon’s reserves friendly against Tottenham at the Premier League side's training ground.

Much of the rest of coach Sean McCarthy’s side is likely to be made up of academy players, such as left-back Joe Whight, who was left out of the U18s team which won 2-1 at Portsmouth on Saturday.

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Mark added 12:41 - Nov 7
Emmanuel-Thomas has to push on, how could he let Priskin get ahead of him?! He showed a couple of pieces of real ability Saturday, but at other times didn't impress and looked poor in the air. Come on Jay, get in that first team and do enough to stay there!

tellitasiseeit added 12:44 - Nov 7
Good to see our Academy players being given the chance to play at this level. Could well open a few eyes.These lads are only waiting to be given the chance and being corrected on any weakness that may be in their game.These players are only to willing to improve and make the first choice team. But this will only happen if the management are strong enough to use these players.Build a good team of a mix of older more experience players and the Academy players coming through the system

arc added 12:59 - Nov 7
Play Bullard and Healy. They should be fresh.

bluelady added 13:46 - Nov 7
Prisken and Wabara could do with some game time surely?

DiamondGezzer added 14:56 - Nov 7
Bluelady :- As could most of the first team, starting with leadbitter.

8ashblue added 15:04 - Nov 7
just like our diamond formation its pointless giving players a chance in the reserves then completely ignoring them for first team selection. Our average age against portsmouth and Millwall was 31+ so unless PJ is going to give the younger players a chance with a few of the experienced. we're not going anywhere. PJ has made some very poor signings and expects them to gel into a team to win games in this division. Soton has blend right which is why they move round the pitch so easily and why they will be promoted just like Naarwich

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