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U21s Thrashed at Millwall
Monday, 19th Nov 2012 14:50

A young Town U21 side lost 5-1 to Millwall at the Den this afternoon, Jack Ainsley netting the Blues’ goal. For the home team, Dany N'Guessan netted a hat-trick and Conor Wilkinson two.

An experienced Lions side, which included Maik Taylor, Therry Racon and Karleigh Osborne as well as N'Guessan, went in front in the second minute via Wilkinson with Ainsley equalising on 14.

N'Guessan put the home team back in front in the 21st minute with his first of the afternoon before three goals in 10 minutes late in the second half. Wilkinson grabbed his second on 77 before N'Guessan added his second and third in the 85th and 87th minutes.

Meanwhile, academy schoolboy Cemal Ramadan, a striker, is set to play for the Republic of Ireland U16s in the first of two friendlies against Estonia in Dublin tomorrow afternoon.

U21s: Crowe, Hammond, Youga (Marriott), Thorsteinsson (Berkane), Ainsley, Whight, Burke (Timlin), Kourouma, Murray, Lawrence, October.

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irishtim added 15:03 - Nov 19
Heads up lads. Win the next game.

blueherts added 15:17 - Nov 19
Dany N'Guessan - Think we were after him once !!

sirbenofmorlingshire added 15:19 - Nov 19
Well at least they scored... one up on the first team when they get smashed! :-)

sirbenofmorlingshire added 15:22 - Nov 19
Do we know much about this lad Kourouma yet... Can't remember now if they sorted his transfer out and with all these bloomin' loans, I can't even remember if he was a permanent signing? Is he one for the future or another 'Nice one PJ...'. Anyone know/seen much of him?

bluefeast added 15:23 - Nov 19
If the score doesnt have at least a 5 in it , then it cant involve Ipswich. Sadly

bluelady added 15:51 - Nov 19
Kouroma was one for the future but what with getting paperwork done and also an injury i believe he has had little game play. The little of have seen of him he is VERY raw, so not sure if MM will extend his contract past the year. I think a risk that didnt pay off is most likely outcome.

AliceTheobald95 added 15:52 - Nov 19
Kourma signed a one year deal on or near transfer deadline deal which will just let the club see how he develops and if he is good enough for a longer term deal. I don't know how gOod he is though as haven't seen him play much.
Unlucky lads but keep heads up as were against a far greater expereienced side.

blueherts added 16:08 - Nov 19
Keen to see how Youga played - I think Cresswell needs some competition

MaySixth added 17:33 - Nov 19
Youga was awful again. Hauled off.

sebastien1 added 19:11 - Nov 19
Hmmmm beginning to see a pattern here :P

Never mind lads, better luck next time,

willrigs16 added 00:46 - Nov 20
"A young Town U21 side" Really?!!

AndrewPC added 05:22 - Nov 20
This result gives pause for reflection. These players are the best youngsters available at the Club bar those already in the senior squad.

So imagine if they were elevated en massed to that squad now as per the "get rid of" brigade and the "play the youngsters" faction say ?

These players would lead us with certainty to League 3 (as it is in reality)

PJewellisaGod added 11:46 - Nov 20
Youga seems a bit out of his depth at the moment.
Given his performance against Millwall- he will struggle big time to get a place anywhere near our first 11.

algarvefan added 12:44 - Nov 20
Perhaps we should change our nickname from Tractorboys to Combined harvester boys?

Oh sorry that's threshing.....not thrashing!!!!!

Sorry guys just trying to inject a bit of humour :(

Talbs77 added 19:26 - Nov 20
God even our kids are getting tonked!!

Surely our clubs fortunes will turn around soon.

Come on football gods give us a break will ya!!

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