Tuesday, May 29, 2007

Under-18's win Spanish tournament

From mcfc.co.uk:

City's Under 18 side have rounded off the season in fine
style, winning the Javea tournament in Spain over the weekend.
The Academy
team demolished the host side CD Javea 5-0, with two goals coming from David
Ball and the rest coming from Adam Clayton, Ben Morris and Ryan
This comprehensive win saw City move into the final of the
round-robin competition where they faced Villareal, themselves renowned in Spain
for an excellent youth system. A solitary goal from Scott Kay was enough for
City to take the title for the secind year in a row, having beaten Valencia when
the competition was staged there this time last year.

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Anonymous said...

Interesting Blog eh? You've missed most of the fun Mr Canary!

Hope springs eternal - maybe Plan B is to play the U18's as the first team next season. And we could do a lot worse than Cassells as our new manager - if we do need plan B.

Anonymous said...

Changing the subject slightly - see the Liverpool fans were involved in multiple crushing incidents in Greece - yet again. The Yorkshire Police weren't there, the Sheffield Wednesday Board weren't there, our Government weren't there. So who are they going to be able to try to sue this time? The Greek police apparently managed to prevent any deaths by firing tear gas into them. Still standing by the lunatics?