looks a fairly inexperienced team - presumably playing @ Myerscough in the open fields - cant wait to see if any of the new names are any good .....very young defence might be tested today.
Didn't Blackburn let Dooley go last season? Hope he turns into a goodun and we keep hold of him.
Same as you, I knew nothing until someone mentioned it on another thread.....I‘ve been trying to find some information on Jacob Holland-Wilkinson’s move to Kendall FC but it seems to be in small supply. Have you any knowledge on it? It seems an early loan imo, and could this be due to his potential? I was hoping to see how he and Rodwell-Grant got on together this season.
They have lost several very good players like Cam Antwi who’s playing in the first team now, they also sold Tony Weston to Rangers for a hefty sum and he quality.Having seen this fixture for the previous few seasons Blackpool are usually a strong team (sorry) and so this result either means we have a great bunch of 1st years OR BFC have lost all their better players ?
Maybe a poster with family connections might give us a clue ???
seems unfair on the other keeper...They have lost several very good players like Cam Antwi who’s playing in the first team now, they also sold Tony Weston to Rangers for a hefty sum and he quality.
The keeper that played today was brought in after being released from Everton and has started every game so far, conceded 13 goals in 3 games.
I haven’t watched them this season but I think they are significantly weaker than last season from what I’ve been told.
The home team responded well to going behind with Luke Mariette shooting wide from range and Prince Yelegon hitting the target with his edge of the box shot after some good work to hold off Harry Huddart.The key foul however came in the 15th minute when skipper Rodwell-Grant was brought down in the box and the referee pointed to the spot. The striker powered the ball straight down the middle past Alec McLachlan in the Blackpool net who dived to his right, opening the scoring.
A second successive clean sheet was also a positive factor for the Academy manager.“As much as scoring six goals might be the headline, I’m pleased with the way the players worked and competed for each other to try to get the ball back in order for us to score the goals.”
“That’s something we expected from Joe, we hoped that it might have come in his first year, it didn’t but he’s worked hard over the break and we’re delighted with the way that he’s come back for this season.”“He’s worked hard, he’s put his body on the line, he’s worked for the team and he’s got his reward with the three goals today.
make you wonder why, if PNE youth coaches are as bad as some 'itk' posters suggest, and if our youth policy in general is so poor, why Youl would send his son to us when he could have got him in at Fleetwood ??? or Salford!!Nothing would make me happier than to see Noah get himself into our first team in a few years and then rock up to his first game with a Youl-esque afro
Maybe they didn't offer him a deal...make you wonder why, if PNE youth coaches are as bad as some 'itk' posters suggest, and if our youth policy in general is so poor, why Youl would send his son to us when he could have got him in at Fleetwood ??? or Salford!!