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  1. Seb Revan is a left-back and has played in central defence on a few occasions, as far as I'm aware he's never played right-back if he's said that that's his position it will have been a slip of the tongue. Others can play there but he's actually the only specialist left-back in the whole of the academy, that we've let him go makes me wonder more if there's any truth to the Thierry Small rumours.
  2. Grimsby are managed by Paul Hurst who would have been at Shrewsbury at the same time as our Head Of Emerging Talent & Loans Adam Henshall, so I imagine that's played some part in him going there.
  3. Should be a good move and experience for him, interesting to see their manager say they might use him on the wing at times, he's a decent attacker so I think that that's something that could work out well.
  4. He played in the first half tonight for Newport in a friendly against CInderford Town, they won 6-1 and were winning 3-0 at half-time when Azaz was subbed. They've got another game tomorrow against Cardiff so maybe resting him to give some minutes in that one as well.
  5. Looking on instagram it seems the goalscorers were Wright, Young, Sewell, Barry, Goodridge, Hart, and Archer with two.
  6. Aston Villa’s Under-18 Premier League South fixtures have been confirmed for the 2021/22 season. The Young Lions will open their campaign away to Arsenal on Saturday, August 14 (ko 12noon). Villa then host Norwich City in their first home fixture at Bodymoor Heath on Saturday, August 21. The Villans, who finished fifth in the table last season before going on to lift the FA Youth Cup, will also face midlands neighbours Birmingham City this term. The first meeting takes place at home on Saturday, December 18 before the return clash away to Blues on the final day of the league season on Saturday, May 7. Villa also face local derbies against West Bromwich Albion, firstly at home on Saturday, November 20 before the return clash away on Saturday, January 15. You can see the full fixture list below… avfc
  7. Azaz we signed for free, whereas it seems we will have to pay some sort of a fee for Iroegbunam, and given that he's their best academy player might take some negotiating.
  8. Yes Archer was on the bench according to the teamsheet, he's still only nineteen. Feeney played for the U18s at the weekend against Oxford, don't know the score from that game but seems he's done well to have got a game for the U23s aleady. Josh Webb in the Hednesford side is the same Josh Webb that came through our academy and played in the NextGen final, apparently still works for us as a coach.
  9. A strong U23 side beat Hednesford 8-1 last night, don't know the scorers but the team was: Marschall, Kesler Hayden, Chrisene, Appiah, Feeney, Lindley, Wright, Raikhy, Brad Young, Barry, Sewell Subs: Zych, Archer, Hart, Swinkles, Tommi O'Reilly, Thorndike, Reddin, Abldeen-Goodridge Thorndike is Finley Thorndike who has just left West Brom.
  10. Wolves got £20m for each of Costa and Cavaleiro, that's £40m for the both of them, and neither have been anywhere as good as El Ghazi in the premier league, not just in terms of stats but general play as well, which why Wolves quickly sold both of them and they're now both said to be out of favor at Leeds and Fulham. At the very least we should be looking for a similar fee for El Ghazi, a player capable of scoring ten goals in the premier league shouldn't come cheap even wth only two years left on his contract.
  11. Bailey would make me feel that there could be some truth in the rumours that El Ghazi could be leaving would kind of make sense in that the report that broke the news of our interest in Bailey also stated that we'd listen to offers for our Dutch wizard, if they were right about one good chance they were right about the other. It would leave us with Buendia, Grealish, Bailey and Traoré as wide options as well as Philogene-Bidace.
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