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FA Youth Cup Quarter Final: CITY 1 Norwich City 0

FA Youth Cup Quarter Final: CITY 1 Norwich City 0


City's Youth team have made it through to the FA Youth Cup semi-finals to face Arsenal with a 1-0 victory over Norwich at Eastlands this afternoon...

The Under 18's survived a late Norwich penalty miss following a first half Robbie Mak goal before the Boy Blues made it through.

CITY: Clegg, Trippier, Cunningham, Wabara, Boyata, Tutte (Elabdellaoui 75), Benali, Ibrahim, Mak, Nimely, Chantler.

Unused substitutes: Redshaw, Johansen, Guidetti, Helan.

NORWICH: Rudd, Francomb, Habergham, Smith, Dumic, Stephens, Omoregie (Brindley 77), Adeyemi, Kelly, Davey, Dawkin.

Unused substitutes: Clarke, Steer, Reeves, Drmola.

Attendance: 3,254


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Writer:Johnny Baguette
Date:Saturday March 7 2009
Time: 4:43PM

Comments

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fantastic result and i hope they go all the way yet again....well done lads.
bluemooner_mcfc
07/03/2009 17:20:00
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fantastic result and i hope they go all the way yet again....well done lads.
bluemooner_mcfc
07/03/2009 17:20:00
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Yep, excellent result!
kennyclementstache
07/03/2009 18:27:00
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Yep, excellent result!
kennyclementstache
07/03/2009 18:27:00
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A great way of announcing City's successful youth set-up. I hope this will encourage young footballers everywhere to apply for our academy.
eighthsin
07/03/2009 20:04:00
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A great way of announcing City's successful youth set-up. I hope this will encourage young footballers everywhere to apply for our academy.
eighthsin
07/03/2009 20:04:00
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Fantastic news! Our Young Guns ready to make their mark once again. Jim Cassell, you are a master. It would be incredible to win the FA Youth Cup 2 years running... Now let's get the best into the first team squad!
Sindbad
07/03/2009 20:15:00
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Fantastic news! Our Young Guns ready to make their mark once again. Jim Cassell, you are a master. It would be incredible to win the FA Youth Cup 2 years running... Now let's get the best into the first team squad!
Sindbad
07/03/2009 20:15:00
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Good to see the future of our team is doing so well.
Doody
07/03/2009 20:19:00
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Good to see the future of our team is doing so well.
Doody
07/03/2009 20:19:00
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