Everton U19s 6 - 0 Gyori

Saturday 22 July 2017  8 Comments  [Jump to last]

Everton Under-19s put 6 past Gyori of Hungary to head Group B and move on to the Semi-Finals of the Generali CEE Cup on Monday.

A video of the full match (with sound but no commentary) is available below:

The goals came from Sid Kerr, Jordan C️orke with a brace, and Ellis S️imms getting a hat-trick

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The full line-up was:

1 Nico Defreitas-Hansen
5 Stephen Duke-McKenna
3 Michael Collins
11 Con Ouzounidis
10 Nathan Moore
6 Anthony Gordon
7 Sid Kerr
15 Thomas Scully
19 Pawel Zuk
29 Shayne Lavery
16 Ellis Simms

Substitutes:
12 Joe Hilton (GK)
2 Joe Anderson
9 Barney McKeown
14 Elliot Richards
4 Jordan Corke
17 Tom Warren
18 Joshua Zirkzee
 

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Phill Thompson
1 Posted 22/07/2017 at 20:17:21
I watched this game just before the Genk one and must say I was very impressed by some of the 1st Year Scholars, they look much more impressive than last year's.

No 16, Ellis Simms, scored a first-half hat-trick. He was with Man City originally, then they let him go; Blackburn also let him go, which doesn't sound too promising... but he looks okay so far for a 16-year-old.

Team sheet numbers sometimes bear no resemblance to positions, No 4 Jordan Corke played as striker when he came on and scored two goals; No 9 Barney McKeown played as a centre-back alongside No 3 Michael Collins and they looked good together. The goalkeeper Nico Defreitas-Hamilton is apparently one of the stars of the US Youth Teams, and seems to have joined the club unnoticed.

James Flynn
2 Posted 22/07/2017 at 20:24:35
Score was pretty much indicative of the gap in talent AND organization between the two teams.

Those ETO boys were trying hard and still got their asses whipped.

Anthony Dwyer
3 Posted 23/07/2017 at 00:32:45
Zirkzee on the bench!!
Si Cooper
4 Posted 23/07/2017 at 01:03:03
Has Joshua Zirkzee been confirmed as an Everton player or is he effectively a triallist?
Karl Graham
5 Posted 23/07/2017 at 02:54:00
Looking at the numbers, goalkeeper aside I think they are alphabetical. Hopefully these 2 scholar years will make up for the slightly disappointing one that preceded them. Winning this tournament would start the season off well, confidence-wise.
Tanvir Akram
6 Posted 23/07/2017 at 08:22:53
Zirkzee was ill.
Lee Brownlie
7 Posted 23/07/2017 at 15:55:13
Zirkee for the semee?
Lee Jackson
8 Posted 25/07/2017 at 20:19:05
In the Gyori game, that last goal looked to have a touch of class about it. The others were a bit scruffy/miss-hit and helped by dreadful keeping but the last one was a lovely finish. Well done lads, the future continues to look bright.

As a side-note, even sat on the bench that 'Zirkzee' lad looks huge for this age group!!

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