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03 November 2015 17:34 Post ID: #558611
If ever there was a time for the senior squad to take a lesson from the youngsters.......

Should be a great boost for the 'oldies'.


City u19s are through to the UEFA Youth League knockout stages after a fantastic away performance capped by a Thierry Ambrose brace.

The Frenchman scored at either end of a tough, scrappy encounter that saw both teams finish the match with ten men after a pair of red cards in the final minutes.

Ambrose put City ahead midway through the first half and City looked totally in control throughout a game of few chances – even when Sevilla enjoyed extended periods of possession.

However, in a crazy last ten minutes skipper Kean Bryan received a debateable red card for foul play – which should not detract from an excellent performance from the young Mancunian, before the numbers were evened up when Eliseo was shown a second yellow.

Ambrose took advantage in stoppage time and City’s win, coupled with defeat for Juventus at the hands of Borussia Monchengladbach, means the young Blues have advanced beyond the group stage for the third successive year.
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03 November 2015 17:58 Post ID: #558615 - in reply to #558611
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Well done the EDS!

Does anyone know if Roberts was playing?

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04 November 2015 15:05 Post ID: #558823 - in reply to #558611
Yes he did, and not all that well. Subbed.
Kean Bryan definitely one to come thru soon. Ambrose looking strong too. Young goalkeeper looks weak but remember we're watching raw talent. Who knows?
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