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Wed 14 1 2009 19.00 Ipswich Town v Crystal Palace
Tue 13 1 2009 19.00 Arsenal v Wolverhampton Wanderers at Barnet
Wed 14 1 2009 19.00 Preston North End v Sunderland
Wed 14 1 2009 19.00 Chelsea v Walsall (Q) at Brentford
Wed 14 1 2009 19.00 Queen's Park Rangers v Newcastle United
Wed 7 1 2009 19.00 Norwich City v Stoke City
Wed 14 1 2009 19.00 Southampton v Watford
Tue 13 1 2009 19.00 Plymouth Argyle v Millwall (Q)
Thu 15 1 2009 19.30 Bristol Rovers (Q) v Liverpool
Tue 13 1 2009 19.00 Bolton Wanderers v Hull City
Wed 14 1 2009 19.00 Burnley v Everton
Tue 13 1 2009 19.00 Middlesbrough v Nottingham Forest
Wed 14 1 2009 19.00 Charlton Athletic v Tottenham Hotspur
Mon 12 1 2009 19.00 Birmingham City v Crewe Alexandra (Q) at Solihull Moors
Wed 14 1 2009 19.00 Portsmouth v Manchester City
Tue 13 1 2009 19.00 Cardiff City v Tranmere Rovers (Q)


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F.A.Youth Cup 4th Round, 7th January 2009
Norwich City 1, Stoke City 1 (AET, 0-0 at 90 minutes) 4-2 “penalties”
9. Stoke's first shot of the game when Adam Vickers received Rodney McDonald's pass on the edge of the area but his effort was blasted well wide.
23. John-Bull Omoregie picked up the ball out on the right, and passed inside to Nick Davey who cut in on his left foot and crashed a drive against the Stoke crossbar.
Norwich continued to apply pressure but it wasn't enough to break the deadlock.
46. Tom Adeyemi broke down the middle and passed to Josh Dawkin who shot fired just wide of Josh Harrison's goal.
65. Danny Kelly had a good chance but dragged his shot wide of the right hand post.
70. Dawkin made a surging run, fed Kelly and his angled shot was parried by Harrison, with Korey Smith's follow-up going wide.
80. Dario Dumic stepped up to take a free-kick after Davey was brought down and his effort rebounded off the bar.
94. 1-0 Substitute Tyree Clarke received an Adeyemi pass in space and he sent a well weighted lob over Harrison.
113. 1-1 Louis Moult broke in on from the left, cut inside George Francomb on an acute angle to finish with his right foot in off the far post.
Norwich won 4-2 on “penalties”, with Declan Rudd saving Stoke’s opening two attempts from Danny Stockhall and Salif Diao-Jiminez before scoring the winner himself.

Norwich City
Declan Rudd, George Francomb, Richard Brindley, Tom Adeyemi, Dario Dumic, David Stephens, John-Bull Omoregie, Korey Smith (captain), Nick Davey, Danny Kelly, Josh Dawkin
Subs: Tyree Clarke (for Brindley 88), Kenny Reeves, Joe Clarke, Ben Gordon, Sam Grieveson (GK)
Stoke City
Josh Harrison, Salif Diao-Jiminez, Richard Vauls, Wedderburn, Ashley Page, Rodney McDonald, Tom Urwin, Andy Nicholls, Warwick Alexander, Louis Moult, Adam Vickers.
Subs: Danny Stockhall (for Vickers 87), Yusuf Yilmaz (for Alexander 105), Ryan Connor (for Wedderburn 112), Matthew Cohen, Dan Parton (GK)
Referee – Sean Feerick (Peterborough) (caution – Page 65)
Attendance - 817

Penalties -
Stoke – Stockhall (saved), Diao-Jiminez (saved), Page, Moult
Norwich – Stephens, Dumic, Davey, Rudd



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Fifth round draw is a bit of a bugger for London-based hoppers. Only Crystal Palace and Millwall have home ties if they get through the fourth round (although Millwall would be hosting a London derby).


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Birmingham City (0) 3, Crewe Alexandra (1) 2 - F.A.Youth Cup 4th Round - Mon 12th Jan 2009 at Solihull Moors
4 - Robert Gradwell forced Platt into a smart parry after latching on to Mitchell McPike's excellent lofted ball.
5 - Ashley Sammons found himself clear on goal but Cheyenne Dunkley's sliding tackle on the edge of the area thwarted the midfielder.
10- Platt was again called into action to deny Jamie Sheldon's volley.
16 – 0-1 Matt Lund (pen)
Dan Preston handled Matt Freeman's cross. Lund converted the spot kick leaving Dean Lyness with no chance.
20 - McPike's long rasping free kick.
30 - Lund should have doubled his tally for evening with a free header from six yards but the midfielder headed wide of the post.
46 – 0-2 Alex Titchner
Titchner pounced on Lund's rebounded shot off the post.
47 – 1-2 Matt Tootle (OG)
Tootle turned Jack Rutter's cross into his own net.
52 – 2-2 Jacob Rowe
Rowe headed home Sammons centre with a wonderfully placed header lofted over the keeper.
60 - Ben Marshall forced Lyness in to a parrying save from an acute angle.
65 - Marshall took advantage of Preston's lapse in concentration but the onrushing Lyness put the striker off and the keeper pushed the ball away.
68 – 3-2 Robert Gradwell
Jervis's free-kick was parried straight to the feet of Gradwell, who stroked the ball home.
87 – Birmingham survived a goalmouth scramble.
90+1 – Blues GK stretchered off.

Birmingham City:
Dean Lyness, Jack Rutter, Shaun Timmins, Mitchell McPike, Jacob Rowe, Dan Preston, Luke Hubbins, Ashley Sammons, Robert Gradwell, Jake Jervis, Jamie Sheldon.
Subs: Will Packwood for Jervis 78, Shane Williams for Sheldon 85, Jack Butland GK for Lyness 90+1, Jakub Hronec, Akwasi Asante

Crewe Alexandra:
David Platt, Matt Tootle, Chris Peel, Harry Davis, Cheyenne Dunkley, Kelvin Mellor, Matt Freeman, Matt Lund, Alex Titchner, Ben Marshall, Charlie Ager.
Subs: Daniel Shelley (TBC) for Peel ? time, Jonathan Stephens for Ager 77, Chris Rowntree, Lewis Davenport, Jason Oswell

Referee – Antony Coggins (Bicester) aged 20

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Arsenal 3 (Sunu 3 – 41, 58 & 74), Wolverhampton Wanderers 1 (Winnall 86), F.A.Youth Cup 4th Round, Tuesday 13th January 2009 at Barnet
Arsenal strolled into the Fifth Round after a hat-trick from substitute Sunu. The Frenchman replaced the seriously injured (ankle) Murphy after 35 and led with a series of cool finishes.
41 - Sunu thundered home Lansbury’s corner from close range with his back to goal after only being on for 6 minutes
58 - Wilshere’s flicked on to Lansbury, who went down the line before crossing low to Sunu who shook off his marker before shootimg home from eight yards.
74 - Frimpong’s through-ball to Sunu’s who made no mistake from 12 yards.
86 - Winnall scored a consolation on with a glancing header from a corner.
Arsenal
James Shea, Craig Eastmond, Thomas Cruise, Kyle Bartley, Luke Ayling, Emmanuel Frimpong, Henri Lansbury, Francis Coquelin, Jay Emmanuel-Thomas, Jack Wilshere, Rhys Murphy
Subs – Gilles Sunu for Murphy 35, Sanchez Watt for Frimpong 80, Charlie Mann (GK), Cedric Evina, Anton Blackwood Wolverhampton
Richard Woolley, Johnny Dunleavy, Danny Batth, Paul McCone, Jamie Reckford, Mark Connolly, Fungandel Moke, David Davis, Ashley Hemmings, Sami Winnall, Kyle Bennett
Subs – Nathaniel Mendez-Laing for Hemmings 73, Scott Malone for Reckford 78, Daniel Wright (GK), Michael Wardle, Nathan Rooney, Ethan Ebanks-Landell Referee – Chris Miller (Kettering) Att - ?


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PLYMOUTH ARGYLE 3 (Edwards 22, Head 27, Mason 61) MILLWALL 2 (Rogers 23, Ofoche 55)
F.A.Youth Cup 4th Round, Tuesday 13th January 2009
Argyle's youth manager, Mike Pejic named the same starting team used in the 2-1 win over Fulham against Millwall, coached by former Wimbledon midfielder Scott Fitzgerald, who included Kiernan Hughes-Mason in his team, who had already scored five goals for the Lions in helping them past Luton, Dagenham and Redbridge, and Sheffield Wednesday in previous rounds.
5 - Millwall goalkeeper Drummond dropped a routine cross by Edwards, and he was very lucky the ball didn't fall to Head.
22- Edwards latched on to a hopeful ball in the right channel, his driven cross took a huge deflection off Fitzsimmonds and looped past Drummond.
23 - Argyle failed to clear a cross from the left and the loose ball was slammed into the top corner from the edge of the box by Rogers.
27 - A long ball out of defence caught the Lions flat-footed at the back and Head ran on to the pass and held off Reed before slipping the ball past the retreating Drummond.
28 - Desperate challenges from Hodgkinson and Gerring denied Millwall another immediate equaliser.
36 - Gerring cleared off the line after a powerful header by Beckles from a right-wing corner.
40 - Moseley warmed Drummond's hands with an accurate grass-cutter from distance.
50- Marquis raced clear down the left before cutting inside and steering a low shot towards the far corner that Brooks did well to palm away.
55 - Ofoche forced the ball over the line after a whipped free-kick from the right caused mayhem in the home defence.
61 - Drummond came a long way out of his goal to claim a Leonard free-kick but he fumbled, and Mason guided the ball into the unguarded net.

Plymouth:
Tom Brooks; Ryan Leonard, Ryan Brett, Sean Kinsella, Ashley Hodgkinson (c), Ben Gerring, Lewis Edwards, Greg Moseley; Liam Head, Josh Grant, Joe Mason
Subs: Luke Young for Moseley 81, Matt Rickard, Sam Sawyer, Jordan Trott, Oliver Chenoweth (GK).

Millwall:
Wayne Drummond; Jack Simm, Danny Fitzsimmonds, Kamil Trevfik, Omar Beckles, Charlie Reed, Kiernan Hughes-Mason, Dan Keen (c), John Marquis Jimmy Rogers, Ikenna Ofoche
Subs: Grant Ludford for Fitzsimmonds 49, Connor French for Ofoche 69, David Adipede for Rogers 86, Connor McClaren, Hassan Jenneh.
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Date/venue changes, all originally 14th Jan

Matches at Preston & Southampton now on 13th
Burnley still on 14th but now at Accrington
QPR now on on 15th
Ipswich now on 20th


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Bolton 4, Hull 0
Middlesbrough 1, Nottingham F 2
Cardiff 0, Tranmere 0 AET (5-4p)
Preston 0, Sunderland 1 AET
Southampton 0, Watford 1


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712 at the Arsenal v Wolves FA Youth Cup match last night


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Chelsea 5 Walsall 1 - Chelsea scorers Rohan Ince, Gael Kakuta, Fabio Borini (2), Frank Nouble - Walsall scorer Sam Adkins - Attendance unknown

Charlton Athletic 0 Tottenham Hotspur 3 - John Bostock (2), Jon Obika - Attendance unknown

Portsmouth 0 Manchester City 1 - Dedryck Boyata - Attendance unknown

Burnley 1 Everton 3 - Burnley scorer James Craggs - Everton scorers Lewis Codling, Jack Rodwell, Thomas McCready - Attendance 478


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Thanks for that elusive one - the other Tuesday night attendances were -
Bolton 947
Middlesbrough 686
Southampton 586
Preston 565
Cardiff 485
Plymouth 443


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Possibly the last of the minnows (non Prem/Champ) tonight with Bristol R hosting Liverpool

Of 13 teams so far through it is 7 P's & 6 C's

Plymouth & Birmingham are non Prem sides through to last 16 again and Ipswich might become a third


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BURNLEY 1, EVERTON 3 – F.A. YOUTH CUP 4th Round at Accrington Stanley
Wednesday 14th January 2009

In addition to Jack Rodwell who has made five Premier League starts this season Everton included Jose Baxter who started v West Bromwich Albion in August.

Everton had both James Wallace (7 mins) and Hope Akpan (10 mins) cautioned early for crunching tackles.
48 - Jose Baxter powerful shot from edge of area, parried by GK and Codling nodded home from a couple of yards.
59 - Dead ball specialist McCready curled in a free kick to the far post where a Rodwell header looped back across goal.
72 - Barnett's deep cross from the left to the far post was turned home by McCready sliding in.
75 - Liam Newman crossed for Craggs to score.


Burnley:
Stefan Ritchie, Dil Chaggar, Dan Brown, Chris Anderson, Nik Kudiersky, Chris Lynch, Dominic Knowles, Alex-Ray Harvey, Wesleigh Fletcher, James Craggs, Michael King. Subs: Liam Newman for Knowles 68, Oliver Deveney for Chaggar 88, Ben Woodhead, Ed Williams, James Taylor.

Everton:
Adam Davies, Shane Duffy, Moses Barnett, Jack Rodwell, James McArten, Hope Akpan, Thomas McCready, James Wallace, Lewis Codling, Jose Baxter, Nathan Craig.
Subs: Luke Powell for Codling 86, Jake Bidwell, Connor Roberts, Gerard Kinsella, Connor McAlern
y.

Referee – Peter Davies (Cheshire)
Att: 478


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QUEEN’S PARK RANGERS 1, NEWCASTLE UNITED 3
F.A.Youth Cup 4th Round, Thursday 15th January 2009
It could've been six or seven had it not been for the fine form of QPR GK
6 0-1 McCrudden curled in a free-kick from the left and defender Henderson rose highest to glance home from eight yards..
57 0-2 Tavernier's long free-kick into the box fell at the feet of fellow defender Taylor and he was allowed enough time to pick his spot from six yards.
73 0-3 Tavernier's long pass up field beat the retreating Harris, allowing substitute Williams to poke past the advancing Bulmer from twelve yards..
78 1-3 German robbed full-back Dummett and found Parker who raced down the right before squaring unselfishly for Smith to fire home from close range.

QPR:
Niki-Lee Bulmer, Michael Wright, Femi Ilesanmi, Max Ehmer, Ed Harris(c) Luke Olley, Josh Parker, Andrew Perring, Antonio German, Terry Smith, Cyrus Sylvan-Vanterpool
Subs: Elliot Cox for Ehmer 59, Christian Nanetti for Sylvan-Vanterpool 69, Danny Bailey for Olley 74, Joe Brittain, Javonne Molloy
Newcastle;
Max Johnson, James Tavernier, Paul Dummett, Brad Inman, Jeff Henderson, James Taylor, Conor Newton, Ryan Donaldson(c), Nile Ranger, Michael McCrudden, Shane Ferguson
Subs: Dan Williams for Newton 57, Stephen Folan for Ferguson 83, Jak Alnwick (GK), Dan Leadbitter, Greg McDermott
Referee: Tony Mason (Kent)
Attendance: tba


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BRISTOL ROVERS 2, LIVERPOOL 2 AET (1-1 90 MINS), 2-4 PENS
F.A.Youth Cup 4th Round, Thursday 15th January 2009
55 0-1 Kacaniklic's cross from the left struck the bar and the rebound fell to Dalla-Valle who had the simple task of heading in from close range.
56 1-1 Plummer's left wing cross saw McKenna nod the ball down to Richards and he swept the ball in from two yards out.
91 1-2 Dalla-Valle beat Burgess with an angled drive from just inside the area.
95 2-2 Richards (penalty) sent GK the wrong way after he was brought down by Wisdom.

Shoot-out (Bristol Rovers started)
1-0 Cayford, 1-1 Irwin, 1-1 Clarke (missed), 1-2 Dalla Valle, 2-2 Plummer, 2-3 Eccleston, 2-3 Richards (saved), 2-4 Kennedy

Bristol Rovers:
Sam Burgess, Nelson Monhon, Mark Cooper, George Booth,, Dan Cayford, James Tyrell, Jack McKenna, Ollie Clarke, Neikell Plummer, Eliot Richards, Nabi Diallo.
Substitutes: Steve Kingdon for Booth 94, Brian Bowles for McKenna 94, Simon Flower(GK), Reeko Best, Taiwo Adebowale, Rob Moore, Chas Hemmings
(Liv site gives Flower, not Kingdon coming on)
Liverpool:
Dean Bouzanis, Andre Wisdom, Chris Buchtmann, Jack Metcalf, Joe Kennedy, Steve Irwin, David Amoo, Adam Pepper, Lauri Dalla Valle, Thomas (son of Paul) Ince,
Alex Kacaniklic.
Substitutes: Nathan Eccleston for Pepper 68, James Ellison for Kacaniklic 77, Deale Chamberlain(GK), Michael Roberts, Alex Cooper
(Liv site has Marvin Pourie, not Cooper)
Referee – Brett Huxtable (Torrington, Devon)
Cautioned (8) – Booth 40, Monhon 68, Cooper, Clarke, Diallo (all BR); Pepper 32, Irwin, Wisdom (both Liv)
(Liv site only gives the three with timings, Rovers site omits Pepper)

Attendance: 2,459
(Liv site gives 2,159)



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Wednesday Missing Attendances
Charlton 968
Portsmouth 276
Chelsea 217


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I think those attendances prove how big Chelsea and Portsmouth really are.



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and how little publicity they give to their youth teams as they are so busy "selling" the P'ship.

Bristol Rovers figure is falsely high (and possibly not the paying attendance) because they gave away over 1,000 tickets to local schools
but surely better to have rent a crowd than no crowd at all. They may well return for other matches too.

FA site confirms Bristol R figure as 2,459 but does not have QPR one.


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Watched the game on Liverpool TV, thought they did quite a good job. Praised Bristol Rovers and gave the Youth Cup some good mentions.


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FA Youth Cup 4th Round
Tuesday 20th January 2009
Ipswich Town 4, Crystal Palace 2 (AET, 1-1 at 90 minutes)
Connor Wickham captaining the team at a mere 15 (and who was a substitute v Chesterfield in FA Cup 3rd Rd), gave Ipswich the lead just before half-time when he deflected a Ronan Murray shot with his head. Michael Abnett equalised on 73 minutes when his shot deflected off a defender and went in off the bar. Wickham then hit the post before the end. Wickham regained the lead for Ipswich in the first half of extra time by heading in a Jamie Griffiths cross only for Tauren Roberts to level again. With penalties a possibility Wickham completed his hat-trick and then Reggie Lambe confirmed a home Fifth Round match v Watford next Monday.

Pre-Match Squads

Ipswich Town:

Lewis Ward, Joe Clemo, Seb Dunbar, Luke Hyam, Paul Watson, Jack Ainsley, Reggie Lambe, David Cawley, Connor Wickham©, Ronan Murray, Matt Daniels
Billy Clark, Tom Eastman, Josh Meekings, Jamie Brandon, Jamie Griffiths
Crystal Palace:
Kieron Thorp, Nathaniel Clyne, Hakeen Adelakun, Joe Goldsmith, Jerry Nnamani, Jack Holland, Michael Abnett, James Comly, Nathaniel Pinny, Kieran Djijali, Victor Moses©
Jordan Tebatt, Jack Nandall, Tauren Roberts, Graeme Edwards, James Caprise

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Ipswich Town
Lewis Ward, Luke Hyam, Seb Dunbar, Matt Daniels, Paul Watson, Jack Ainsley, Billy Clark, David Cawley, Connor Wickham, Ronan Murray, Reggie Lambe
Jamie Griffiths for Clark 71, Tom Eastman for Daniels 82, Joe Clemo for Hyam 118, unused: Josh Meekings and Jamie Brandon(GK).


Crystal Palace included
Keiron Thorp, Hakeem Adelakun, Keiran Djilili, Tauren Roberts, Nathaniel Clyne

Att: 413.

Ref. Harris

27 Adelakun (CP) 30 yd free-kick hits post
38 1-0 Wickham
73 1-1 Abnett
86 Wickham (IT) hit post
104 2-1 Wickham
111 2-2 Roberts
112 3-2 Wickham
117 4-2 Lambe


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Crystal Palace:

Kieron Thorp, Nathanial CLyne, Matthew Parsons (Tauren Roberts), Joe Goldsmith (Charlie Holness), Jack Holland, Jerry Nnamani, Michael Abnett, James Comley (Jack Randall), Nathanial Pinney, Kieran Djilali, Hakeem Adelakun. Subs not used: Kieran Kenlock, Jordan Tebbitt.

CP first goal corrected to 76 mins

Although both clubs have 26th Jan for next round v Watford, FA site says 9th Feb


 
 


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