UEFA Youth League: FC Barcelona 0-0 Dynamo Kyiv

The U19s missed out a second win in the UEFA Youth League, for despite battling long and hard against Dynamo Kyiv, they could find no way through to the Ukrainian net, particularly because of an outstanding display from visiting keeper Neshcheret. Nevertheless, it means they are the only team so...
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Report: U19s beaten by Atletico Madrid in UEFA Youth League

Liverpool U19s suffered a first defeat in their UEFA Youth League campaign on Tuesday when they were beaten 2-0 away at Atletico Madrid. Aitor Gismera's opener after 26 minutes and a Salim El Jebari finish midway through the second half condemned the young Reds to defeat in the Spanish capital.
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Liverpool suffer defeat to Fernando Torres’ Atletico U19s

Fernando Torres was in the dugout as the Atletico Madrid under-19s inflicted a 2-0 defeat on their Liverpool counterparts, on a tough afternoon for the young Reds. UEFA Youth League, Centro Deportivo Wanda Alcara de Henares. October 19, 2021. Goals: Gismera 26′, El Jebari 71′. After a close-fought victory over...

Barry-Murphy: U19s can’t wait for Brugge challenge

The two sides meet in Matchday Three of their UEFA Youth League Group A campaign, heading into the clash level on points with four points from their opening two games. Nine-man City held out for a precious draw at Paris Saint-Germain last time out, while Brugge stormed to a 4-1 triumph at RB Leipzig, and Barry-Murphy asserts his young charges are relishing the prospect of testing themselves against ‘brilliant’ opposition.

FC Cincinnati Academy Roundup: October 17

The FC Cincinnati Academy took a trip to Chicago this past weekend, and through weather delays and rescheduled matches, came away with five wins and a draw from six matches. Here’s a look at how each academy age group fared:. U13 | Sunday: FC Cincinnati Academy 3, FC United 1.

Cork City beaten at home to Wexford Youths in Women's National League

DESPITE a spirited performance, Cork City suffered another defeat in the Women’s National League as they were narrowly beaten 1-0 by FAI Cup finalists Wexford Youths at Turner’s Cross on Saturday afternoon. A scrappy finish from Sinead Taylor at the beginning of the second half proved to be the difference...
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Missy Bo Kearns Wins Standard Chartered Player Of The Month for September

Liverpool Academy graduate Missy Bo Kearns won the Standard Chartered Player of the Month award for the month of September. Kearns had been integral in wins against Watford and Crystal Palace, with her first goal of the season coming during that away win at Vicarage Road directly from a corner kick. This is not her first POTM award and certainly not to be her last.

England WU19s heading to Limerick for UEFA qualifying group

England will face Republic of Ireland, Northern Ireland and Switzerland in Limerick in the UEFA Women’s U-19 Championship qualifiers starting next week. Head Coach Gemma Davies told “It will be a privilege to lead an England squad for the first time and I am really looking forward to the group showing what they are capable of over the three matches.

Report: Chelsea 'Attentive' to Aurelien Tchouameni Position

Thomas Tuchel's Chelsea are being described as 'attentive' to the midfielder's current situation, according to reports. The 21-year-old has attracted a lot of attention from the likes of Paris Saint-German, Real Madrid and Juventus. Tchouameni recently featured in his country's Nations League campaign, where his side beat Spain 2-1 in...

Bonnyrigg Rose boss wants Celtic B games postponed during international breaks

Bonnyrigg Rose manager Robbie Horn has stated that he wants Celtic and Rangers B matches to be postponed during international breaks. The two Glasgow sides were left with weakened teams when they featured in Lowland League action during the break. Celtic went down in a 1-0 loss to Spartans last week but did overcome Gretna three days later. Rangers, meanwhile, were hammered 4-1 by Cumbernauld Colts.

Sepp Makes Netherlands U21 Debut

Sepp van den Berg made his Netherlands U21s debut on Tuesday evening in a 5-0 victory over Wales U21s. The defender, on loan at Preston North End from Liverpool, came on as a substitute in the 60th minute, when the 'Young Lions' were already five goals to the good, and he helped his nation see out the victory.

“There will be no friends in those 90 minutes”

While two Herthaner are still on international duty, Pál Dárdai started a new week of training in the capital on Tuesday, with two sessions to kick off preparations for Frankfurt. The players worked in the gym in the morning, before training at Schenckendorffplatz in the afternoon. The lads had already completed an individual programme at home on Monday.

Four newcomers to Bayern training! Who did Nagelsmann dig up there? 

At FC Bayern, surprising staff can often be found during the international break. For Julian Nagelsmann the chance to take a closer look at some youngsters. Munich - If you visit Säbener Straße during the international break, you will meet few familiar faces. The masterful stars of FC Bayern *...

McGuckin and Conaty on target as U19s defeat Kazakhstan

Northern Ireland U19s registered a 2-1 victory against Kazakhstan U19s in their final game in the qualifying round for U19 Euro 2022. Goals from substitutes Ciaran McGuckin and Oisin Conaty gave them a deserved win in their third match in the Group 13 four-team mini tournament hosted by Czech Republic.
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Liverpool youngster “really proud” after making England debut

Liverpool youngster Harvey Davies has spoken of his pride at making his England debut, having made his first start in the under-19s’ 3-1 victory over Mexico. Davies has enjoyed an impressive rise to prominence over the last 12 months, having been part of the Reds’ Champions League squad three times and trained with the first team on a regular basis.