December 23, 2012

Youth/loan update – December 2012

It’s been nearly two months since my last youth/loan update, so I thought it was time to write a summary of how things are going for our young players.

U18s

FA Premier Academy League
Sat 10 Nov (at Southampton) Southampton U18s 4-3 Tottenham Hotspur U18s
Scorers: Dombaxe (pen), Michael-Percil, Zapata-Caceido

Priestley
Ward Gardiner Ogilvie Smith
Lesniak Dombaxe Winks
Michael-Percil Akindayini Miller

Subs:
Zapata-Caceido for Akindayini, 25.
Lameiras for Winks, 46.
Sonupe for Michael-Percil, 76.

Unused sub: McGee.

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FA Premier Academy League
Sat 17 Nov (at Hotspur Way) Tottenham Hotspur U18s 4-3 Stoke City U18s
Scorers: Michael-Percil, McEvoy 3

McGee
A McQueen Ball Ogilvie Smith
Dombaxe Lesniak Onomah
Michael-Percil Coulthirst McEvoy

Subs:
Lameiras for Lesniak, 63.
Miller for Onomah, 74.
Gardiner for McEvoy, 78.

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FA Premier Academy League
Sat 24 Nov (at Hotspur Way) Tottenham Hotspur U18s 1-2 Aston Villa U18s
Scorer: Coulibaly

McGee
Michael-Percil Ball A McQueen Ogilvie
Lameiras Dombaxe Onomah McEvoy
Coulthirst Coulibaly

Subs:
Miller for Lameiras, 71.
Winks for Onomah, 80.
Ward for Michael-Percil, 81.

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FA Premier Academy League
Sat 8 Dec (at Hotspur Way) Tottenham Hotspur U18s 4-0 Sunderland U18s
Scorers: Coulthirst 3, Michael-Percil

McGee
A McQueen Ball Ogilvie Ward
Dombaxe Bentaleb Onomah
Michael-Percil Coulthirst McEvoy

Sub:
Miller for McEvoy, 88.

Unused subs: Priestley, Gardiner, Lesniak, Winks.

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FA Youth Cup 3rd Round
Tue 18 Dec (at Whaddon Road) Cheltenham U18s 0-1 Tottenham Hotspur U18s
Scorer: Coulthirst

McGee
A McQueen Ball Ogilvie Ward
Dombaxe Veljkovic Onomah
Michael-Percil Coulthirst McEvoy

Sub:
Miller for Michael-Percil, 64.
Unused subs: Smith, Priestley, Lameiras, Zapata-Caicedo.

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NextGen Series

NextGen Series
Wed 7 Nov (at Mini Estadi) Barcelona U19s 1-4 Tottenham Hotspur U19s
Scorers: Coulthirst 3, Pritchard

McGee
A McQueen Ball Stewart Barthram
Bentaleb Veljkovic Onomah
McEvoy Pritchard Coulthirst

Subs:
Dombaxe for Onomah, 58.
Ogilvie for Barthram, 74.
Lesniak for Bentaleb, 74.
Winks for McEvoy, 85.
Michael-Percil for Pritchard, 85.
Unused sub: Priestley.

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NextGen Series
Thu 13 Dec (at Hotspur Way) Tottenham Hotspur U19s 0-2 Anderlecht U19s

Vigouroux
McQueen Ball Veljkovic Stewart
Bentaleb Onomah
Michael-Percil Munns Ward
Coulthirst

Subs:
Miller for Onomah, 63.
Lameiras for Bentaleb, 75.
Unused subs: Ogilvie, McGee, Lesniak, Winks, Zapata-Caicedo.

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U21s

U21 League
Mon 12 Nov (at White Hart Lane) Tottenham Hotspur U21s 4-0 Southampton U21s
Scorers: Falque 2, Obika, Coulibaly

Vigouroux
Fredericks Hall Luongo Stewart
Carroll Mason
Falque Parrett Ceballos
Obika

Subs:
Coulibaly for Parrett, 68.
Pritchard for Ceballos, 77.
Unused subs: McGee, Veljkovic.

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U21 League
Sun 18 Nov (at Nantwich Town) Stoke City U21s 1-4 Tottenham Hotspur U21s
Scorers: Pritchard, Ceballos, Mason (pen), Townsend

Miles
Fredericks Hall Luongo Veljkovic
Mason Parrett
Ceballos Pritchard Townsend
Obika

Subs:
Stewart for Hall, 62.
Coulibaly for Obika, 71.
Unused subs: Vigouroux, Gallifuoco.

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U21 League
10 Dec (at Academy of Light) Sunderland U21s 2-1 Tottenham Hotspur U21s
Scorer: Ceballos

Vigouroux
Barthram Hall Veljkovic Stewart
Parrett Parker Luongo
Pritchard Obika Ceballos

Subs:
Coulibaly for Parrett, 60.
Gallifuoco for Veljkovic, 78.
Munns for Pritchard, 78.

Unused sub: Priestley.

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U21 League
Mon 17 Dec (at Villa Park) Aston Villa U21s 0-3 Tottenham Hotspur U21s
Scorers: Mason, Parker, OG

Vigouroux
Fredericks Hall Luongo Barthram
Carroll Parker
Falque Mason Townsend
Obika

Subs:
Gallifuoco for Parker, 68.
Coulibaly for Obika, 68.

Unused subs: Priestley, Stewart.

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Loanees

Currently we have the following players out on loan:

Bongani Khumalo – PAOK
John Bostock – Swindon Town
Danny Rose – Sunderland
Harry Kane – Norwich City
David Bentley – FC Rostov
Nathan Byrne – Crawley Town
Jermaine Jenas – Nottingham Forest
Adam Smith – Millwall
Jordan Archer – Wycombe Wanderers
Jonathan Miles – Brentwood

Bongani Khumalo (PAOK) continues to be a regular in the PAOK side, and has now made eighteen starts in the Greek Super League/Europa League. PAOK currently lie second in their domestic league.

John Bostock (Swindon Town) is still a little ‘in and out’ for Swindon, starting six matches in total, and coming off the bench in two. He has been linked with a permanent move to the club, and it wouldn’t be a surprise to see him move there in the January transfer window.

Danny Rose (Sunderland) continues to win rave reviews playing at left back for Sunderland, and has made sixteen starts in all competitions. Martin O’Neill would like to keep Rose, who has recently been linked with a January move to QPR – Redknapp having been the first manager to use him consistently at left back.

Harry Kane (Norwich City) has just returned from a lengthy injury lay-off, and has featured on the bench once since his recovery. He also bagged a couple of goals against West Ham for Norwich’s U21s.

David Bentley (FC Rostov) is now back in England, as there is a Winter break in Russia. He has recently missed a lot of games for FC Rostov due to an injury. Back in November there was an interesting feature about him on the BBC website.

Nathan Byrne (Crawley Town) has lately found himself out of the Crawley Town starting eleven and, with his loan move due to expire in January, some thought will be required as to whether or not to extend it.

Jermaine Jenas (Nottingham Forest) has only made one start and five substitute appearances in an injury-hit spell, but is back in training now.

Adam Smith (Millwall) has played eleven Championship games for Millwall having joined in November on a three-month loan deal. Unfortunately a very harsh sending off on the 22nd means that he will sit out most of the Christmas period, and will need to force his way back into the side thereafter.

Jordan Archer (Wycombe Wanderers) has won many admirers with his performances in League Two, keeping four clean sheets in twelve games. He has extended his loan until the end of the season.

Jonathan Miles (Brentwood) joined Brentwood Town of the Isthmian League Division One North (AKA Ryman League) on a one-month loan deal, and initially started a number of games. They have recently signed another goalkeeper though, so I can’t see his loan being extended.

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