Chelsky Under 21/22/23?

Oldman159

Junior Member
#1
Any one else watching most of them tonight practicing for their 'must win' game against us next month?
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COYYs!
 

yellowbow

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#3
To be fair I was really impressed with the young lad Ampadu. Only 17 but didn't put a foot wrong.

Incidently I thought all penalty shoot outs were going to adopt the 'ABBA' method now but this one used the old alternating way?
 

Marked Ox

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#4
To be fair I was really impressed with the young lad Ampadu. Only 17 but didn't put a foot wrong.

Incidently I thought all penalty shoot outs were going to adopt the 'ABBA' method now but this one used the old alternating way?
They signed Ampadu from Exeter, played a lot for them last season whilst doing his GCSE's.
 

yellowbow

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2018-19 shirt sponsor for Jamie Hanson
#5
You've got to hand it to Tisdale. Him and his staff have done a great job over the years of bringing good young players through and keeping the club competitive. Ollie Watkins is another example
 

Marked Ox

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#6
Indeed. The club and Tisdale have set up so the club is built around the Academy. Both have stood by each other when it could have been easier to part ways. Exeter have re-invested monies from Cup runs into the infrastructure of the Academy to meet this plan rather than spend on fees. They have the advantage of limited competition for local players but their Academy plans and willingness to play youngsters must help.
 

Sarge

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2018-19 shirt sponsor for Jamie Hanson
#7
had a dip in n out to have a look at some of the chelsky youngsters who may feature in the Harvey boycott trophy

against the U's

yep I too thought Norwich were unlucky
 

Sarge

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#8
Indeed. The club and Tisdale have set up so the club is built around the Academy. Both have stood by each other when it could have been easier to part ways. Exeter have re-invested monies from Cup runs into the infrastructure of the Academy to meet this plan rather than spend on fees. They have the advantage of limited competition for local players but their Academy plans and willingness to play youngsters must help.
A model that could work here too ...alongside t'other models we use at varying times :rolleyes:
 
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