Five players that could make their under 21’s debut next season:

Five players that could make their under 21’s debut next season:

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In the following article I have included a list of five Spurs under 18 players that I believe could potentially feature for the under 21 side during next seasons campaign in the Barclays under 21 premier league, I have not included players that have already made their debuts for the under 21 side in the previous campaign. There are also a host of other players from the under 18’s side that may well make their first appearance for the Spurs under 21’s side during next seasons campaign.

Nick Tsaroulla: The talented left back made 15 appearances for the under 18’s side last season and was impressive throughout the campaign for Kieran McKenna’s side. Tsaroulla scored his first goal for the under 18’s in a 2-1 win against Southampton in November of last year, the current under 21 side don’t have many left backs and next season could potentially be the season in which Tsaroulla establishes himself as a regular with in the side. The left back who can also operate as a left winger, is in my opinion nearly ready to make that step up, with all the raw attributes and the talent to succeed Tsaroulla could have a very successful season ahead of him in the 2016/17 campaign.

Jaden Brown: An England under 17 international, Jaden Brown was a key part of the under 18’s side last season making a total of 19 league appearances as well as captaining them on occasions last season. A talented and versatile defender, Brown can operate as both a centre back and a left back and the highly rated defender could feature for Ugo Ehiogu’s side during next season, with Brown potentially filling in at centre half as well as left back. The Lewisham born defender certainly has a bright career ahead of him and next season he may well make an impact for the under 21 side.

Shilow Tracey: Shilow Tracey was signed from Ebbsfleet united in January of 2016 and made ten appearances for our under 18’s scoring one goal. Tracey who is a versatile midfielder, will most probably feature for the under 21’s during next seasons campaign with Tracey now being a member of the Spurs development squad. A powerful midfielder Tracey is a talented player who I believe has the capability to make a positive impact for Ehiogu’s side next season being able to offer both offensive and defensive qualities to his game. The talented midfielder can also play as a left back, I predict a bright season ahead for the talented Shilow Tracey over the course of next seasons campaign.

Jack Roles: A young and talented midfielder, Roles featured on the bench for the under 21’s against Sunderland towards the latter end of last season. Making a total of 16 appearances for the under 18’s last season, Roles scored 3 goals, a Cyprus under 17 international, the second year scholar should make his under 21 debut next season. A tenacious and creative central midfielder Roles has a thunderous right foot and is a constant goal threat. With Lesniak out on loan until January, Roles could provide cover and in doing so help his development at the club.

Samuel Shashoua: An incredibly talented and skilful attacking midfielder Shashoua went on to make 18 appearances for the under 18’s scoring four goals in the last campaign. An England under 17 international, Shashoua is a player I rate very highly, Shashoua possess fantastic skill, ball control and great athleticism and I believe Shahsoua could offer a big offensive threat next season for Ehiogu’s side. You can read my interview with Shashoua in the link provided below, I wish all our under 18 players the very best of luck for next season. COYS⚽️

https://superhotspur.com/2016/01/28/5-questions-with-samuel-shashoua/

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