Spurs under 18’s get back to winning ways:

Spurs under 18’s get back to winning ways:

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Scott Parker’s under 18 side returned to winning ways with a 3-1 derby victory over West Ham at the training centre on Saturday morning, in a game which I was unable to attend due to the seniors match with Bournemouth on the same day. It was a much welcomed win over the hammers for Parker’s side after a bit of a bad run of results, goals from the inform Reo Griffiths x2 and an emphatic late volley from Moroyin Omolabi secured the points for our lads who now have a premier league under 18 cup game with Fulham to look forward to next Saturday, I shall be reporting on that game. Scott Parker’s comments on the game: We’re pleased with the win. The game was good in spells – we started quite slowly, after that we got the goal and played some nice bits but then the second half was a bit up and down. There were certain parts that were nine out of 10 and other parts that were two out of 10. I suppose that’s youth team football at the moment but it’s about trying to get that consistency.

“As happy as I am with the result, the way we played, it wasn’t us at times but coming off the back of two bad results it was good to get the win. It was a very good finish from Moroyin, Reo took his goals well so there were some pleasing performances but there are plenty of things to learn so we keep going.”

 

Updated statistics:

Under 18’s Goals scored this season: Reo Griffiths-6
Phoenix Patterson -2
Dilan Markanday- 3
Jamie Bowden- 1
Moroyin Omolabi-1

Assists: Phoenix Patterson- 4
Jamie Bowden-1
Matt Lock- 1
Jeremie Mukendi-1

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