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Re: England Under-17
« Reply #180 on: February 16, 2015, 04:30:42 PM »
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Re: England Under-17
« Reply #181 on: February 17, 2015, 09:29:44 AM »
There is a match report available on the German FA website, in the U17 section.

Teamsheets are here : http://www.dfb.de/u-17-juniorinnen/news-detail-u-17w/u-17-juniorinnen-bezwingen-england-mit-42-116427/

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Re: England Under-17
« Reply #182 on: February 19, 2015, 07:34:20 AM »
The German team is really strong they beat us 5-0.
Interesting game tomorrow to come.

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Re: England Under-17
« Reply #183 on: October 01, 2016, 11:23:39 PM »
Wasn't impressed with the performance today - if that is the cream of the CoEs then the systen hasn't worked

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Re: England Under-17
« Reply #184 on: October 14, 2016, 08:13:22 AM »
Wasn't impressed with the performance today - if that is the cream of the CoEs then the systen hasn't worked

Watched the Japan game , English football is light years away from what is required to compete at international level and yes the COE system is poor as is the general level of womens football.
sadly not much will change thank heavens for dual nationality.

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Re: England Under-17
« Reply #185 on: October 15, 2016, 12:50:19 PM »
Recorded it and just watched it - Japan by far the better team but did England actually try and adapt their tactics to the opposition ?   Japan were clearly faster and sharper - the English girls looked stronger but (and I know TV can be deceptive) bulky and lacking in agility.   Maybe we could have tried to play to our strengths a bit more.   I know we are talking youth football here and maybe they want to stick to a way of playing they think is best for the development of the players but surely at the elite level you also have to learn how to adapt to win games.   

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Re: England Under-17
« Reply #186 on: April 22, 2017, 10:06:52 PM »
UEFA Women's U17 Championship, Czech Republic
2-14 May 2017

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England U-17 squad for WU17 EUROS
- www.womenssoccerunited.com/england-squad-wu17euro-finals/


Goalkeepers:

Hannah Hampton (Birmingham City),
Emily Ramsey (Manchester United)

Defenders:

Meg Boydell (Liverpool),
Shannon Cooke (Arsenal),
Esme Morgan (Manchester City),
Grace Neville (Millwall),
Poppy Pattinson (Sunderland),
Olivia Smith (Chelsea)

Midfielders:

Beth O’Donnell (Manchester City),
Aimee Palmer (Bristol City),
Amy Rodgers (Liverpool)
Emily Syme (Bristol City),
Miri Taylor (Chelsea)

Forwards:

Nicole Douglas (Chelsea),
Jess Ngunga (Arsenal),
Lauren Hemp (Bristol City),
Ella Rutherford (Millwall),
Gabby Ravenscroft (Oxford United)


Group B:

Republic of Ireland
Netherlands
Norway
England


Kicks off next week - see fixture list

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Re: England Under-17
« Reply #188 on: May 07, 2017, 07:18:37 AM »
Second game at Women's U17 Euro 2017, and it's a win for.... the Netherlands

http://www.thefa.com/news/2017/may/05/netherlands-2-1-england-wu17-report-050517

For England, a point will be good enough to reach the semi-finals. In the other match, Norway beat Ireland 1-0. Norway and England meet in the last of the group matches, which are all on Monday at 1pm UK time.


Netherlands v England on Friday

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England: 1 Hannah Hampton (Birmingham City); 12 Grace Neville (Millwall), 6 Esme Morgan (Manchester City), 5 Shannon Cooke (Arsenal), 3 Poppy Pattinson (Sunderland); 8 Miri Taylor (Chelsea), 4 Aimee Palmer (Bristol City), 10 Emily Syme (Bristol City); 16 Ella Rutherford (Millwall), 11 Lauren Hemp (capt; Bristol City), 17 Jessica Ngunga (Arsenal)

Substitutes: 14 Amy Rodgers (Liverpool) for Taylor 46, 7 Nicole Douglas (Chelsea) for Rutherford 52, 18 Beth O’Donnell (Manchester City) for Syme 75

Substitutes not used: 2 Meg Boydell (Liverpool), 9 Gabby Ravenscroft (Oxford United), 15 Olivia Smith (Chelsea)

Goals: Palmer 38

Coach: John Griffiths
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Re: England Under-17
« Reply #189 on: May 09, 2017, 08:30:44 AM »
The final group game at the Women's U17 championship, and England couldn't make it...

- http://www.thefa.com/news/2017/may/08/england-wu17-v-norway-report-080517

Norway will play against the holders, Germany, in the semi-finals.

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England: 1 Hannah Hampton (Birmingham City; 2 Meg Boydell (Liverpool), 5 Shannon Cooke (Arsenal), 6 Esme Morgan (Manchester City), 3 Poppy Pattinson (Sunderland); 10 Emily Syme (Bristol City), 8 Miri Taylor (Chelsea), 4 Aimee Palmer (Bristol City); 11 Lauren Hemp (capt; Bristol City), 17 Jessica Ngunga (Arsenal), 7 Nicole Douglas (Chelsea)

Substitutes: 12 Grace Neville (Millwall) for Boydell 46, 18 Beth O’Donnell (Manchester City) for Taylor 46, 16 Ella Rutherford (Millwall) for Syme 71

Substitutes not used: 9 Gabby Ravenscroft (Oxford United), 13 Emily Ramsey (Manchester United), 14 Amy Rodgers (Liverpool), 15 Olivia Smith (Chelsea)

Yellow card: Hemp 72

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Re: England Under-17
« Reply #190 on: May 09, 2017, 05:45:59 PM »
Obviously need to work on their fitness.

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Re: England Under-17
« Reply #191 on: May 11, 2017, 09:40:09 AM »
Some players certainly looked tired in the Norway game. I also think the coach got it wrong with the 4-2-4 system  that left the two central midfielder very open. They made a double substitution at half-time but the final ball was not there. Fitness was part of the problem, creativity was not great, saying the French team has had many players low on energy in their third game as well. 


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Re: England Under-17
« Reply #192 on: May 11, 2017, 05:53:19 PM »
We were surprised to hear one of the players in a local derby last night was an England u17 given she wasn't sleek to be polite........... whilst I wouldn't expect players to be skinny, you would expect them to be toned and able to complete a full match without looking jaded? So that was interesting given earlier comments about fitness. From my reckoning the u17s are missing some very able players who coaches haven't recommended... back to my fave topic of favouritism?. I understand John Griffiths is open to suggestions, so he probably needs to do some scouting there are some excellent u17s out there that have slipped under the radar and u16s and u15s etc etc .........

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Re: England Under-17
« Reply #193 on: May 12, 2017, 11:46:28 AM »
England is always going to be at a disadvantage against youth national sides that train more regularly (some of them, such as Germany, I've heard even live together).  Our national youth squads don't train often enough so they never really get the chance to gel as a team.