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Zaha Stands Out As England U21 Extend Unbeaten Run Against Romania

England Under 21s will be looking to enter the European Championships with enviable confidence as they extended their unbeaten run to eight games against Romania last night. Continue reading

OPINION: Pearce’s England U21 Squad Provides Optimism But Holds Some Concerning Leaks

The Youth Radar’s Editor takes a look at Stuart Pearce’s England Under 21 squad. Continue reading

England U21 4-0 Sweden U21: Perfect Preparation for Pearce’s Lions

Thomas Ince (featured image) grabbed a brace as Stuart Pearce’s England Under 21s thrashed Sweden at Walsall’s Banks’s Stadium. Continue reading

Noel Blake Names England Under 19 Squad for Estonia

Noel Blake has named the 18-man squad that will travel to Estonia for next month’s European Under 19 Championship. The Young Lions appear to have a very good chance of glory in eastern Europe as they have named a talented bunch of players with a wealth of experience. Liverpool’s Jack Robinson comes with two League … Continue reading

England Fighting for Place in the Finals

England kick off their European Under 19 Championship Elite Qualifying Round campaign on Tuesday against Montenegro. Switzerland and a highly-fancied Spain stand in England’s way of the finals, which will be held in July. The Young Lions squad contains some familiar Premier League faces in the form of Josh McEachran, Jack Robinson and the highly-rated … Continue reading

Flanagan and Robinson Help Liverpool to Victory

Liverpool thrashed Birmingham 5-0 yesterday with the help from some of their youth contingent. 17-year-old Jack Robinson replaced Fabio Aurelio at left-back and 18-year-old John Flanagan started at right-back and both played a big part in keeping a clean sheet for Kenny Dalglish’s men. A hat-trick from Maxi Rodriguez and goals from Joe Cole and … Continue reading

England Under 18s Squad Picked

Noel Blake has picked a 18-man squad for a trip to Italy on 12th April. Five of the players included were part of England’s Under 17 European Championship success in Liechenstein last summer. The under 18s are used as a gap between under 17s and under 19s which compete in UEFA competitions. This friendly is … Continue reading

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