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Jack Stephens is a young player that we recently were able to pluck from Plymouth. The 17yo has played five times for the Argyle first team.

Chris Johns is a young goalkeeper who hails from County Down. High hopes are held for the youngster who has already been capped by the Northern Ireland Youngsters and even though only 16 has come to challenge for our U-18 side.

Alberto Seidi is a young Portugal based striker who can be a real handful for opponents. He has a very good strike record for the Guinea Bissau Academy in West Africa and could be a big star in the future.

Andy Robinson is 18 yers of age and is the current skipper of the U18 squad. He is a central midfielder who we have high hopes for.

Lloyd Isgrove is another 18 year old and he is a good quick wide player who has the ability to score as well as make them.

Sam Hoskins is another quick striker that we hold high hopes for. He is the leading U18 goal scorer for the past two seasons.

Omar Rowe has joined the club as an apprentice and has made a quick impression with the 16yo coming on as sub for a handful of occasions in U18 games.

It is always nice to see young talent emerging and hopefully some of these lads will soon be hammering on the first team door for a game.



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Writer: SFC Forever Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday April 20 2011

Time: 9:13AM

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That is good news for the boys concerned. Dad said that is second lot after six signed terms earlier this season.
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20/04/2011 15:29:00

Couple of names missing that I was expecting to see sign.
VSrednwhite
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20/04/2011 22:11:00

I worry about the way we will keep buying which will stop the kids coming through.
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21/04/2011 18:07:00

 

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