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    UNDER-23S: MANCHESTER UNITED 2 MIDDLESBROUGH 0

    Manchester United's Under-23s returned to winning ways, following a largely barren run of late, with this victory at Leigh Sports Village Stadium in front of 787 fans on Friday evening.

    The goals from Zak Dearnley and Ethan Hamilton both arrived in the first half and provided a cushion as the Reds negotiated the second half unscathed.


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    UNDER-18S: UNITED 3 CHELSEA 0

    Three first-half goals, scored by D’Mani Mellor, Di’Shon Bernard and Brandon Williams, were enough to give Neil Ryan’s side a fine win over Chelsea in Under-18 Premier League Cup at the Aon Training Complex.

    United wouldn’t normally be entertaining Chelsea at this level because the Academy League is regionalised, but the teams were meeting this morning in the League Cup competition which, of course, can throw any teams together through the draw system. This match was also a dress rehearsal for the eagerly awaited clash between the clubs in the FA Youth Cup third round on Monday week at Leigh Sports Village Stadium.

    https://www.manutd.com/en/news/deta...-v-chelsea-premier-league-cup-8-december-2018

     
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    Manchester United's Shola Shoretire has become the youngest ever player to appear in the Uefa Youth League.

    The winger was introduced as a substitute during the Reds' 2-1 win at Valencia on Wednesday at the age of just 14 years and 314 days.

    Harvey Neville, the 16-year-old son of England women's manager Phil Neville, also made his debut in the competition.

    Nicky Butt's Under-19 team won five and drew one of their Group H fixtures to qualify as winners ahead of Juventus.

    Manchester United: Shola Shoretire becomes youngest Uefa Youth League player
     
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    UEFA YOUTH LEAGUE REPORT: VALENCIA 1 UNITED 2

    Manchester United’s Under-19s finished the UEFA Youth League group stage by recording a superb 2-1 comeback win over Valencia in Spain.

    Jordi opened the scoring for the home side, but Nishan Burkart soon equalized before Aidan Barlow netted the eventual winner just before half-time.

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    Shola Shoretire came on in the Valencia game to become the youngest player in to play in UEFA Youth history. 14 years old :laugh:

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    FA YOUTH CUP: UNITED 4 CHELSEA 3

    Manchester United's Under-18s had a night to remember by knocking holders Chelsea out of the FA Youth Cup in a scintillating game of football.

    The third-round tie had everything, including a hat-trick for Mason Greenwood plus a goal for Di'Shon Bernard, who was then sent off against his former club. Chelsea were level at the breakthrough Tariq Lamptey and scored twice within 50 seconds towards the end to set up a tense finale, thanks to a penalty by Faustino Anjorin and Daishawn Redan. However, United held out to ensure a famous success against a club that has dominated this competition in recent years.


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    Greenwood again.
     
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    Manchester United’s Under-23s missed the opportunity to move to the Premier League 2 Division Two summit after slipping to a 5-1 defeat against Aston Villa at Villa Park on Monday evening.

    Three points would have seen United take over from Reading at the top but, despite being on level terms at the break, the 10 men went on to lose for the third time this season as Villa proved to be more productive in front of goal and fully capitalised on George Tanner's red card.
     
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    U23S: MCTOMINAY HELPS REDS PASS FRENCH TEST

    Manchester United's Under-23s garnered more invaluable experience against European opposition on Friday night, following up the recent 0-0 draw with Dutch club PSV Eindhoven by overcoming crack French side Paris Saint-Germain 3-0.

    This excellent victory at Leigh Sports Village means Ricky Sbragia's team have booked a place in the knockout stage of the Premier League International Cup, and for the 1,019 fans who were there, it whets the appetite for what will be the clubs' first-ever competitive meeting at senior level. PSG will visit Old Trafford in the UEFA Champions League of course, in just over a fortnight's time, on 12 February.

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    Manchester United's Under-23s were beaten 1-0 by Southampton at Leigh Sports Village in Premier League 2, despite dominating much of the match.

    Jonathan Afolabi proved the matchwinner with his goal just past the half-hour mark but United deserved far more from the encounter, with Mason Greenwood and Di'Shon Bernard agonisingly close to grabbing what would have been a deserved equaliser in injury time.

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    Manchester United’s hopes of reaching the Under-18 Premier League Cup final were dashed after going down to a 3-0 defeat against Manchester City at Etihad Campus on Saturday.

    Following the defeat to Brighton & Hove Albion in the FA Youth Cup, this was another route to cup glory, but it wasn’t to be against a Blues side that were more clinical in front of goal.

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    U18s Liverpool 2 United 3

     
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    Him and Chong look excellent prospects.
     
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    Game turned with the sending off ,until then I think we controlled the middle and were thriving on the counter ,as soon as Boye's was red carded the press wasn't an option and any semblance of control we might have enjoyed was gone with the change of tactics. Two great set pieces though expertly taken by young Greenwood.
     
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    I have my doubts about Chong, based mostly on the sub appearance he made against Reading and the odd clip like the one above, but he looked lightweight and not quick enough even given that he's only just turned 19. The club seem to have faith in him though so hopefully I'm wrong.
     
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    Man United 1-3 Reading

    Manchester United's encouraging run in the Premier League International Cup, which peaked with a win over Paris Saint-Germain, ended with a 3-1 defeat against Reading on Monday night in front of 654 fans at Leigh Sports Village.

    Reading’s Danny Loader - who played against our first team in the Emirates FA Cup last month - grabbed a hat-trick, including a disputed second-half penalty, to seal United’s fate. Dylan Levitt scored the Reds' reply with an earlier spot-kick, just before the break following a foul on Joshua Bohui, but in the end, it just wasn’t to be our night

    .https://www.manutd.com/en/news/deta...-manchester-united-v-reading-25-february-2019
     
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    Manchester United’s younger-than-usual Under-18s had to settle for a point in a 2-2 draw against West Bromwich Albion at the Aon Training complex on Saturday morning.

    In the end, Neil Ryan and his staff were probably pleased to claim a share of the spoils against an accomplished Albion side.

    The visitors, particularly after the break, were pressing more than United but they had to come from behind twice to force a draw.

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