Young Blues look to retain Dallas Cup

Thursday 6 April 2017  5 Comments  [Jump to last]
Everton Under-18s have flown out to the United States in a bid to retain the Dallas Cup they won last year.

Everton get the week-long international youth tournament under way on Sunday 9 April (6:30pm BST) against hosts FC Dallas at the 92,000-capacity Cotton Bowl stadium — a venue used at the 1994 World Cup.

They will play further group games against Israeli side Maccabi Haifa on Monday 10 April (6pm BST) and then Monterrey of Mexico on Wednesday 12 April (kick-off TBC).

If Everton progress to the knockout stages, the semi-finals take place on Friday 14 April, with the final being held on Sunday 16 April.

The travelling squad is as follows:

Daniel Bramall
Delial Brewster
Michael Collins
Alex Denny
Stephen Duke-McKenna
Anthony Gordon
Ryan Harrington
Aaron Jones
Sid Kerr
Callum Lees
Nathan Moore
Liam Morris
Con Ouzounidis
Ben Pierce
Tom Scully
Mike Virtanen
Tom Warren
James Yates  

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Brian Williams
1 Posted 06/04/2017 at 18:19:53
How good must it be to be one of those lads? Hope they win it again and have a ball! (Literally).
Paul Hewitt
2 Posted 06/04/2017 at 23:58:22
Good luck, lads.
Brian Cleveland
3 Posted 07/04/2017 at 01:00:41
That is some intense programme!
Peter Gorman
5 Posted 07/04/2017 at 12:24:08
Does anybody know where young Fraser Hornby is?

He was scoring regularly earlier this season but has not been included in the squad for some weeks now. Presumably it is an injury, really hope he hasn't left.

Delial Brewster is a dab hand at these tournaments now, hope he shines again. Good luck to everyone going.

Terry Underwood
6 Posted 09/04/2017 at 10:22:48
Good luck lads. A fine chance for some US-based Blues to maybe see some stars of the future

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