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Academy U9-12 Team of the Module 5

14 April 2017

Here are the players of the module for our U9-12 teams.........

U9

Joseph Goodchild

A good module for Joe which has allowed him to demonstrate his ability to defend 1v1 as well as make brilliant tackles, recovery runs and blocks of shots. To compliment this Joe has shown his usual composure on the ball all over the pitch throughout the module having a consistently good impact on the team in and out of possession.

James Nicklin

James has always made great saves and this has continued again throughout this module. On top of this he has improved his distribution throughout the last 12 weeks in particular. What's most impressive is the communication he is starting to develop, organising his team in front of him making a positive difference on how the team have defending. 

U10 

Callum Bedford

A brilliant module for Callum for a number of reasons really picked up the module topics and applied it in games. This led to him getting a lot of possession resulting in lots of goals and assists over the last 6 weeks. Callum also stood out as a stand out for the boys in Ireland playing a year p scoring some cracking goals. Callum’s work rate also has improved a lot which has benefited the team.

Harry Goddard

Harry as fitted in brilliantly  and added something new to the u10s group since signing. His work rate is getting better as he adapts to the pace of academy football.  Harry has scored a lot of goals of different types in recent weeks but also his hold up play and link up to bring team mates into the game has been excellent and expect him to continue to improve the longer he is with us.

U11

Ethan Wilkinson

Adam Bush

U12

Kian Mills

Fantastic attitude. Drives the team on setting high standards for himself aswell as those around him. The defensive module suited him as Kian is al about work rate and a desire to het the ball as soon as possible. Kian also showed when he does win possession he is vert capable and making something happen. He scored goals and got plenty of assists. Well done Kian

Luke Mitchell

Since joining the academy recently Luke has made a big impact on his team mates and all the coaches in the phase. His friendly personality has instantly mad him popular in the group and his willingness to work for the team along with possessing excellent individual attributes has made him a wordy team of the module player. Drove the group on in Ireland captaining the side to tournament success.