Discussion in 'Arsenal' started by Fitzgerald#11, Aug 20, 2012.
Olympiacos just scored, that guy was offside by like a meter.
shitty stream for anyone who doesn't care.
neat! thanks, bigman.
Alex Oxlade Chamberlain vs. Nico Yennaris back in the days U-14 haha
Can't believe that was just 18 months ago.
A strong U21 team today:
Arsenal Under-21s v Reading: Shea, Sagna, Hajrovic, Miquel, Santos, Eisfeld, Coquelin, Wilshere, Frimpong, Gnabry, Akpom.
GOAL FOR ARSENAL! Gnabry fires in after a superb move involving Frimpong, Wilshere and Eisfeld (42) 1-0
That owed a lot to Frimpong who chased down a lost cause on the right, won the ball, passed to Wilshere who slipped it to Eisfeld who moved it on to the overlapping Gnabry, who cut back inside in the area and curled the ball into the far corner
I used to have a pair of those same Predators.
GOAL FOR ARSENAL! Wilshere whips in the corner, Miquel flicks it on and Akpom heads it home from close range (59) 2-0
Sagna got 60mins before being taken off. Hopefully he is close to challanging for a place
Any videos for this? I googled but couldnt find anything aside from Arsenal player having it tomorrow night.
akpom is looking quite the young striker!
So. Lets get this thread back together.
The Barclays U-21 Premier League continues... last week. It began last week for Arsenal U21's. A 1-1 draw against West Brom U21 at the London Colony. Andre Santos with the goal for Arsenal in that match. Here is our schedule for the rest of the U21 season (Home matches in bold):
20 January 2013: vs. Southampton U21s at 13:00 GMT.
28 January 2013: vs. West Ham United U21s at 13:00 GMT.
4 February 2013: vs. Liverpool U21s at 13:00 GMT.
11 February 2013: vs. Manchester United U21s at 19:00 GMT.
18 February 2013: vs. Wolverhampton Wanderers U21s at 13:00 GMT.
23 February 2013: vs. Tottenham Hotspur U21s at 12:00 GMT.
3 March 2013: vs. West Brom U21s at 14:00 GMT.
11 March 2013: vs. Southampton U21s at 19:00 GMT.
15 March 2013: vs. West Ham United U21s at 19:00 GMT.
4 April 2013: vs. Manchester United U21s at 19:00 GMT.
8 April 2013: vs. Liverpool U21s at 14:00 GMT.
15 April 2013: vs. Wolverhampton Wanderers at 19:00 GMT.
22 April 2013: vs. Tottenham Hotspur U21s at 19:00 GMT.
Arsenal U21s 1-1 West Brom U21s (9 January 2013):
Sorry - used to follow the youth sides, but what's the point? The vast majority of these lads will never even come close to the 1st team and will instead populate the lower leagues (if they're lucky).
London Colney. It's the town where our training ground is located.
Its either that or Shenley Training Centre.
Still, its fun to see who could potential make the move up. Obviously not everyone will make it but that is football. Not everyone is going to be great. The vast majority of our young guns will probably not even play a Carling Cup match.
Arsenal U21 0-2 West Ham United U21.
So 2 games in and Arsenal still can not get a single victory in the under-21 Elite league. Early days but considering many factors like the players we put out you would think, on paper, that we would win.
Of course I am inclined to note that only 3 players actually retained their places in the squad after the West Brom U21 game earlier this month while the rest were either surprise starters or were players returning on loan (Chuks Aneke, Connor Henderson, Daniel Boateng).
From what I heard though it was Thomas Eisfeld who impressed everyone the most. I won't say how played as I have yet to see the match.
liam brady is to step down as youth development coach in may 2014.
And Bergkamp is rumored to be the favorite as his successor. I would love to see Bergkamp back at Arsenal, mostly because he always seemed to be one of the few people who would speak his mind to Wenger.
so he would speak his mind to Wenger about the X youth player?
the position seems like a step down for Bergkamp.
I agree. I can imagine Bergkamp shouting advice over a fence at the training ground.
Mr Arsenal has rarely been seen at Arsenal since he left. He didn't even show up for his on statue.
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