Everton U21s lose at Arsenal

06/11/2022 3comments  |  Jump to last
Arsenal U21s 3 - 1 Everton U21s

Everton U21s lost at Arsenal in the 11th game of their Premier League 2 campaign at Meadow Park, Borehamwood.

The Blues (Everton B?) lie 5th in a very tight top half of the Division 1 table, just 1 point behind the current leaders, who are their hosts for this game.  

Arsenal took an early lead after just 6 minutes but Everton were back in the game just over 10 minutes later through Isaac Price. The home side scored again before the half-hour mark, and that's how it stayed until the break.

And after play resumed, Arsenal scored again to secure the win and top spot. 

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Everton U21s: Leban, Hunt (83' Heath), I Samuels-Smith, Welch (73' Dixon), Anderson, Quirk [Y:14'], Mills [Y:43'] (72' Campbell), Price, Cannon [Y:45'] (73' Kouyate), Whitaker, Okoronkwo.
Subs not Used:  Barrett.  


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Dave Abrahams
1 Posted 06/11/2022 at 16:27:45
Not one of these lads have had a sniff of playing for the first team.

I have been pushing for Stan Mills to be included, even on the bench, but watching the first team yesterday, I don't think any of them would get any favours, at this time, playing for such a disorganised team.

It would be too much for them. They wouldn't let themselves down but wouldn't get much help from this lot, struggling themselves at the moment.

Phill Thompson
3 Posted 06/11/2022 at 19:28:10
Patience Dave,I’m sure Mills will get a chance before too long, maybe on the Australia trip.
Dave Abrahams
4 Posted 06/11/2022 at 20:06:01
Phill (3), it’s the opposite of patience I need Phill, I don’t want him selected at the moment because I doubt it would do him any favours playing in this system,not many of the present team are doing themselves justice the way Lampard is setting them up.

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