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Discussion in ‘Players Lounge‘ started by spursman18, Aug 7, 2010.
Sounds like another great game from KWP…
The don’t call it Old Trafford for nothing!
Also, no Yedlin again. At this point I have to assume he is either injured or has been abducted. Since this is Spurs I can only assume the latter.
WindyCOYS | Finding Yedlin
CCV just marked Falcao out of the game.
Falcao also made two better stops for us than our keeper!!
Defensively we looked very adept must say,if only we could watch more games we would all be so much more clued in than match reports and twitter.
Thanks for the link. That was actually pretty funny. Still an odd situation. I’ve heard no news of him training with the first team of late so not sure how he can be considered part of the first team. Hopefully he turns up soon.
Picture from training today….
Of course he’s next to Paulinho and Soldado. The conspiracy grows.
More training pics
AND YANKS;HERE HE IS THE MYTHICAL YEDLIN
ps loving the "airplane movie" inflatable defender or is andy reid back at the club?
That inflatable defender is above Kaboul in the pecking order.
Yup same here, I’d pay money to see this, the more Spurs games I can watch, the better.
Tottenham Hotspur @SpursOfficial Â· 11 minutes ago
LOAN: @GrantWard_ has joined Coventry City on loan for the rest of the season. Details – http://spurs.to/WardToCoventry
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LOAN: @ShaqCoulthirst has joined York City on loan until the end of the season – http://spurs.to/CoulthirstToYorkâ€¦
Good morning from the Training Centre! Our U18s host @ChelseaFC in the Barclays U18 PL second phase opener at 11am
Spurs U18s (v Chelsea): Voss, Paul, Muscatt, Amos, Maghoma, Walkes, Stylianides, Goddard, Harrison, Edwards, Sterling
subs Hayford, Daly, Ross, Loft, Glover (GK).
currently 2-2 27mins goals ;harrison (2)
U18s: The players are pictured celebrating Shayon Harrison’s opener. Second half vs @ChelseaFC starting soon… #COYS
Tottenham Hotspur â€@SpursOfficial 3 mins3 minutes ago
U18s: GOAL! Harrison again! He pounces on a loose ball in midfield, drives forward and clips the ball inside far post. 4-3, 52mins
Thats 4 for harrison now!!! yes 4 goals!!
U18s: Defensive error gifts Chelsea the lead as Abraham fires in off the underside of the bar. 4-5, 78mins
sounds like some game,huh!
The one and only Bongani Khumalo has joined Colchester until the end of the season
Grant Ward starts for Coventry
U18s FT: Spurs 4-6 Chelsea – Edwards close at 5-4, Loft effort blocked, Harrison shot wide on break. Report on web shortly.
So how many Khumalo shirts have we sold in South Africa? Three?
Strangest transfer we’ve ever made.
wow! What a game
Spurs 4-6 Chelsea U18s – report from the Training Centre
Posted on 14 March 2015 – 13:47
A four-goal haul from Shayon Harrison wasnâ€™t enough to give us the win as our Under-18s suffered a 6-4 defeat to Chelsea in an end-to-end London derby on Saturday.
Both sides held the lead at various stages of the game but it was the Blues who emerged victorious in the third meeting of the sides within a fortnight â€“ with one more still to come in the FA Youth Cup on Wednesday.
It was substitute Tammy Abraham who saved the day for the visitors on this occasion, rattling in a hat-trick in the last 17 minutes to hand his team the points in the first match of the Barclays Under-18 Premier League play-off stage.
The game, held at our Training Centre, marked the return of goalkeeper Harry Voss after a couple of weeks on the sidelines and he was quickly into action, making a fine one-on-one block to deny Jeremie Boga with less than two minutes gone.
Chelsea kept us penned in for the first few moments, but we struck the first blow when Marcus Edwards tricked his way past Josh Grant on the right-hand touchline and cut infield before picking out Harrison in space in the box â€“ the forward gleefully firing into the net to give us a sixth-minute advantage.
Right-back Chris Paul then made a beeline for the visitorsâ€™ goal and tried a shot that was repelled by Blues stopper Jared Thompson, with Joe Muscatt subsequently curling over the bar.
Chelsea equalised on 13 minutes when Ruben Sammut scored with a free header from Charly Musondaâ€™s right wing free-kick and it was 2-1 to the visitors nine minutes later as a ball in from the right was flicked onto the crossbar and Ike Ugbo converted from the rebound.
We drew level on 27 minutes when Cy Goddard â€“ also back from injury â€“ drove purposefully through the middle and played in to the feet of Harrison, whose shot was partially blocked by Thompson but squirmed under him and crept over the line.
Shortly after the half-hour mark, Edwards and Goddard pulled off a tantalising exchange of passes on the edge of the area which ended with the former going through on goal. Instead of shooting, Edwards unselfishly pulled the ball back across the six-yard box but Grant was there to intervene and the chance went begging.
The visitors capitalised, taking a 35th-minute lead as Ugbo went clean through on goal and made no mistake as he hammered past Voss. Kasey Palmer then tested our custodian with a long-range drive as the Blues went in 3-2 ahead at the interval.
We began the second period on the offensive and three minutes after the break the game swung back in our favour. Edwards raced down the left and invaded Chelseaâ€™s 18-yard box but was brought down as he approached the near post. A penalty was awarded and up stepped Harrison to complete his treble from 12 yards, despite Thompson guessing the right way.
A fine individual effort from Harrison put us into the lead on 52 minutes â€“ the forward pouncing on a loose ball in midfield, driving forward and clipping a crisp shot across Thompson and inside the far post â€“ but we would come to regret our failure to hold onto that advantage.
Both sides made changes as the half wore on and it was the introduction of tall striker Abraham that would prove most effective. He restored parity on 73 minutes, cutting in from the left and working himself into a shooting position before lashing into the net, before nudging his side back in front five minutes later.
It was an unfortunate series of events that led to the goal â€“ Voss played the ball short to Luke Amos but the defensive midfielder slipped on the edge of the box and, despite the best efforts of Christian Maghoma to block, Abraham crashed the ball in off the underside of the bar.
We then went back on the offensive, Edwards curling just wide and substitute Ryan Loft seeing his shot charged down at the edge of Chelseaâ€™s area.
Musonda went close for the Blues, his rasping drive from 20 yards stinging the palms of the airborne Voss, while Harrison fired wide on the break as he sought to add to his tally.
The visitors wrapped the game up a minute into stoppage time as Ugbo flicked the ball into the path of Abraham, who clipped it over Voss at the near post to complete his treble.
Spurs U18s: Voss, Paul, Muscatt, Amos, Maghoma, Walkes, Stylianides, Goddard (Hayford 61), Harrison, Edwards (Loft 80), Sterling (Daly 66). Substitutes (not used): Ross, Glover (GK).
Massive game for us – Luke on FAYC
Posted on 18 March 2015 – 13:05
Luke Amos says our Under-18s won’t take a different approach into tonight’s (Wednesday, March 18) FA Youth Cup semi-final, second leg at Chelsea.
We travel to Stamford Bridge with a 2-0 lead from the first leg after goals from Josh Onomah and Kasaiah Sterling at the Lane.
A two-legged semi-final is a new challenge for the lads and all-action midfielder Luke said: "Weâ€™re confident going into all games, so weâ€™re not going to treat this one any differently.
"Weâ€™re certainly not going to sit back and invite pressure onto us, weâ€™ll look to attack, try to score an early goal and try to win the game on the night.
"We were delighted to keep a clean sheet in the first leg and 2-0 gives us a good platform.
"I’m sure Chelsea will throw everything at us but it’s up to us to deal with that."
Luke underlined what it would mean to the lads to get through to the final. "It would be massive for us to be part of a successful FA Youth Cup team and great for the club as well."
Cameron Carter-Vickers feels another strong defensive display holds the key ahead of our FA Youth Cup semi-final, second leg against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge on Wednesday.
Our defensive unit – led by Cameron – was outstanding that night to keep free-scoring Chelsea at bay and he knows the team will need a repeat performance to make it through to the final.
"As a defensive unit we played really well at home and if we can take that to Stamford Bridge then weâ€™ll have a really good chance of getting to the final," said Cameron.
"Thatâ€™s going to be key for us. Chelsea have an array of attacking talent and they score plenty of goals so if we can stay strong defensively, like we did in the first leg, then weâ€™ve always got the ability to score a goal ourselves."
There will be streams
found this one for starters Watch Chelsea u18 vs Tottenham u18 : FA Youth Cup Semifinal 2nd Leg Live Stream Online
kick off 7pm!!
Spurs (FAYC v Chelsea): Voss; Walker-Peters, Carter-Vickers, Maghoma, Walkes; Amos, Owens, Stylianides; Onomah, Harrison, Azzaoui.
subs tonight- Paul, Glover, Goddard, Edwards, Sterling.
young chavs: Collins; Aina, Tomori, Clarke-Salter, Dasilva; Sammut, Colkett (c), Boga; Brown, Abraham, Solanke.
subs (FAYC): Musonda, Thompson, Scott, Palmer, Grant.
It’s gonna be squeeky bum time in the second half.
Is this the Matchday thread? We are shite! Fukking typical Tootingham, wonkers!
Only joking. It’s getting exciting now, the nasty chavs are catching up, the stream is a little bit crappy but I’m enjoying it – even with the chav brothers providing the commentary. Fantastic support for our lads! COYS!
Half-time. we’re trailing1-2 (agg 3-2). Great match. We created and missed more than couple chances. Creativity is great, but need to be more clinical. Love to watch Onomah and Azzaoui in attack. On other hand Azzaoui doesn’t help much in defence and as a result ALL danger comes from Chelsea’s right side. Walkes won’t be able to defend on his own. Chelsea dominating, we’re good on counter, but it would be very tough second time. Anyway, the future is bright. COYS!
away goals don’t count in this competition.
Chelsea completely dominating now. 3-1.