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U18s Lose at Bristol City
Sunday, 17th Feb 2019 00:14

Town’s U18s were beaten 3-0 at Bristol City on Saturday afternoon.

The Blues fielded a very young team featuring a number of schoolboys with the U23s in action against Coventry at the Ricoh Arena on Monday (KO 1pm).

The result sees the side coached by Adem Atay and Kieron Dyer drop to third in the Professional Development League Two table.

U18s: Alley, O’Reilly, T Smith, Baker, Henderson, Baggott, Ruffles, Cutbush, Simpson, Siziba, Clifford (Gibbs 61). Subs: Bort, Wyss, Alexander, Curtis.

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RACKOONA added 14:58 - Feb 17
Young side and good to see youngsters given a chance to step in. See Gibbs came on as a sub how did the younger lads do?
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herfie added 19:41 - Feb 17
Disappointing to lose; but, taking the season overall, the young lads have done ever so well - which bodes well for the club’s future. So, get over this game, regroup and move on. Both young coaches also deserve praise for their work with our youngsters.
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Upthetown1970 added 10:27 - Feb 18
Keep going lads the wins will come. Great to see some school boys getting minutes. Gibbs in particular is an out standing talent from what I've seen and one definitely we need to keep hold off. I SAY TO YOU ALL WATCH THIS LAD PLAY HE IS SOMETHING SPECIAL!!!.
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FAcup78 added 10:52 - Feb 18
Agree upthetown1970 this school boy has a great future ahead of him. Had a chat last week with excoaches of the academy and they couldn't speak highly enough of Gibbs. I believe some premier league clubs are circling so we could easily lose him. Fingers crossed Lambert can work his magic and keep the lad at Ipswich.
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