Algarve Tournament

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John Peacock Names England Squad For Euro Qualifiers In Czech Republic

England under 17s coach John Peacock has named his squad that will travel to the Czech Republic for their European Championship elite round qualifying campaign. Continue reading

England U17s Open Algarve Tournament With Holland Win

England under 17s kicked off this year’s Algarve Tournament with three points against Holland yesterday afternoon. Continue reading

RC Lens Midfielder Included In Peacock’s England Squad

John Peacock today named his squad for this month’s Algarve Tournament. Continue reading

Peacock Names Squad for Algarve Tournament

John Peacock has selected his England Under 17 squad for next month’s Algarve Tournament in Portugal. The annual tournament sees England face Portugal, France and Netherlands within the period of five days in a bid to retain the title that they last won in 2010. The tournament kicks off on Thursday 2nd February when England … Continue reading

Algarve Tournament: England 2-2 Portugal

England have concluded their stay in the Algarve by drawing with the host nation. It truly was a game of two halves as England let a two goal lead slip away. Alex Henshall and Adam Jackson were the Young Lions scorers in the first half. Jackson was then injured and was followed off the pitch … Continue reading

Algarve Tournament: England 1-3 Germany

The Young Lions have been defeated in their second game of the Algarve Tournament. Zak Ansah grabbed a goal for the Under 17s but was unable to prevent a German victory at Parque Des Cidades. It was England’s first defeat this season and now means retaining the Algarve Tournament trophy will be a tough challenge … Continue reading

Algarve Tournament: England 1-1 Romania

England have drawn 1-1 with Romania in their first match of this year’s Algarve Tournament. John Peacock’s side went 1-0 down after 25 minutes courtesy of Gabriel Iancu’s opener. Luton Town forward Cauley¬†Woodrow grabbed the equalizer early in the second half to salvage a point for the Young Lions. It was a relatively disappointing first … Continue reading

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