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Re: England Under-23
« Reply #280 on: October 03, 2013, 02:32:14 PM »
16 - 19 October according to shekicks

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U-23 Training Camp Squad Selected
« Reply #281 on: October 04, 2013, 10:42:56 AM »


England U-23s will meet up at University of Warwick from October 16-19 under Head Coach Brent Hills and Assistant Coach Mo Marley.

Many of the players were part of the squad that won gold as Great Britain in the World University Games in Russia in July 2013.

Led by England U-15 Head Coach Kay Cossington, Britain defeated Mexico 6-2 in the final, aided by two goals from player of the match Fran Kirby, an U-23 international and a student at Buckinghamshire New University.

England U-23 Training Camp Squad:

Ashley Baker – Sky Blue
Danielle Gibbons – Liverpool
Mary Earps – Birmingham City
Megan Walsh – Everton
Chelsea Weston - Birmingham City
Meaghan Sargeant – Lincoln
Martha Harris - Lincoln
Jemma Rose – Bristol Academy
Jasmine Matthews - Bristol Academy
Kerys Harrop – Birmingham City
Naomi Cole – Chelsea
Alex Greenwood – Everton
Felicity Gibbons – Watford (on loan at Gillingham)
Remi Allen – Lincoln
Michelle Hinnigan – Everton
Millie Bright – Doncaster Rovers Belles
Melissa Lawley – Birmingham City
Nikita Parris – Everton
Kasia Lipka – Doncaster Rovers Belles
Kirsty Linnet – Birmingham City
Alexandra Windell – Bristol Academy
Danielle Carter – Arsenal
Francesca Kirby - Reading
Izzy Christiansen – Birmingham City
Jessica Sigsworth – Doncaster Rovers Belles
Hannah Blundell – Chelsea

http://www.shekicks.net/news/view/8601

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Re: England Under-23
« Reply #282 on: October 04, 2013, 02:53:55 PM »
not many Arsenal girls in that squad - looks like they are abandoning the youth and gonna buy in some talented European players for next seasons challenge for the trophy.

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Re: England Under-23
« Reply #283 on: November 04, 2013, 11:26:26 AM »
Another U23 camp this week, well with the FA WSL over, they can do as many camp as they like...

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Re: England Under-23
« Reply #284 on: December 22, 2013, 11:33:29 AM »
The FA has updated the website with the current senior and U23 squad as followed

Durack, Earps, Walsh,
Bailey, Blundell, Cole,  Harris, Mannion, Matthews, Sargeant
Bragg, Bright, Christiansen,Coombs,  Gibbons,McCue
Kirby, Lawley, Linnett, Parris, Sigsworth

This is the last year in the U23 for the girls born in 91 who won the U19 a few seasons ago.

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England Under-23 squad named for La Manga camp
« Reply #285 on: January 07, 2014, 11:10:42 AM »
The England Women’s Under-23 team will enjoy their first get-together of 2014 in La Manga, alongside Mark Sampson’s senior side.

The 28-strong squad will fly to southern Spain in January for a warm-weather training camp.

It will be the players’ first opportunity to impress new Head Coach Marieanne Spacey.

Fourteen players have made the step up from the U19s, having helped England reached the Euro Final in August.

And three experienced Under-23 campaigners have also been included in the shape of Naomi Cole, Jasmine Matthews and Isobel Christiansen.

Squad in full

Goalkeepers
Lizzie Durack (Harvard University), Mary Earps (Birmingham City), Megan Walsh (Aston Villa).
Defenders
Jade Bailey (Arsenal), Hannah Blundell (Chelsea), Naomi Cole (Lewes), Martha Harris (Liverpool), Aoife Mannion (Birmingham City), Jasmine Matthews (Bristol Academy), Meaghan Sargeant (Notts County).
Midfielders
Bianca Bragg (Arsenal), Millie Bright (Doncaster Rovers Belles), Laura Coombs (Chelsea), Felicity Gibbons (Charlton Athletic), Sherry McCue (Aston Villa), Abbey-Leigh Stringer (Aston Villa), Danielle Turner (Everton).
Forwards
Freda Aiysi (Arsenal), Rebecca Bass (Sunderland), Isobel Christiansen (Birmingham City), Beth England (Doncaster Rovers Belles), Rebecca Jane (Reading), Fran Kirby (Reading), Melissa Lawley (Birmingham City), Kirsty Linnett (Birmingham City), Beth Mead (Sunderland), Nikita Parris (Everton), Jess Sigsworth (Doncaster Rovers Belles).

http://www.thefa.com/news/england/womens/u23s/2014/jan/la-manga-squad-january

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Carter, Rose, Christiansen in U23 squad for La Manga
« Reply #286 on: February 13, 2014, 11:45:39 AM »
Danielle Carter, Jemma Rose, Isobel Christiansen and Rachel Daly have all been included in the England Women’s Under-23 squad for next month’s La Manga Tournament.

The quartet were involved with the senior team for the annual January training camp in southern Spain.

And they have been drafted in to Kay Cossington’s 18-strong group for this Under-23 friendly tournament.

There is a first call-up for Notts County defender Amy Turner, while five players helped the U19s win a silver medal at last year’s European Championship finals.

The Young Lions face a stern examination with Sweden, Germany and Japan laying in wait.

England Under-23s squad

Goalkeepers
Mary Earps (Birmingham City), Megan Walsh (Aston Villa)
Defenders
Rachel Daly (LA Strikers), Martha Harris (Liverpool), Jasmine Matthews (Bristol Academy), Jemma Rose (Bristol Academy), Amy Turner (Notts County)
Midfielders
Bianca Bragg (Arsenal), Isobel Christiansen (Manchester City), Laura Coombs (Chelsea), Sherry McCue (Aston Villa), Drew Spence (Chelsea)
Forwards
Freda Ayisi (Arsenal), Danielle Carter (Arsenal), Fran Kirby (Reading), Melissa Lawley (Birmingham City), Kirsty Linnett (Birmingham City), Nikita Parris (Everton)

Read more at http://www.thefa.com/news/england/womens/u23s/2014/feb/squad-la-manga-tournament-carter-christiansen-daly-rose

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Re: England Under-23
« Reply #287 on: February 13, 2014, 11:51:27 AM »
Durrack, Bailey, Sargeant, Blundell, Cole, Mannion, Bright, Gibbons, Stringer, Turner, Bass, England, Jane, Mead and Sigsworth dropped from previous U23 camp.

Daly, Christiansen and Carter dropped from senior team.

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Re: England Under-23
« Reply #288 on: February 13, 2014, 12:11:05 PM »
Probably all of them are not permanently dropped, just giving another entire group a look at? Lots of talent out there these days and as we know, not just in WSL!

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Re: England Under-23
« Reply #289 on: February 13, 2014, 12:24:26 PM »
18 players only this time rather than the usual large contingent, with 3 games in a week, they surely want to give a lot of game time to all those players, rather than spread it with more players.

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Re: England Under-23
« Reply #290 on: February 13, 2014, 01:03:43 PM »
Yes, defo looks like their dream team

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Re: England Under-23
« Reply #291 on: February 27, 2014, 04:43:01 PM »
La Manga U23 program


01.03.14
12.00 hrs Japan WU23 vs USA WU23, pitch A
15.00 hrs Norway WU23 vs Germany WU23, pitch G
18.00 hrs England WU23 vs Sweden WU23, pitch A

03.03.14
13.00 hrs Japan Wu23 vs Norway WU23, pitch A
16.00 hrs England WU23 vs Germany WU23, pitch G
19.00 hrs USA WU23 vs Sweden WU23, pitch A

05.03.14
13.00 hrs Norway WU23 vs USA WU23, pitch G
16.00 hrs Japan WU23 vs England WU23, pitch A
19.00 hrs Sweden WU23 vs Germany WU23, pitch A

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Re: England Under-23
« Reply #292 on: March 03, 2014, 04:54:14 PM »
England v Sweden 1-1

An added-time goal denied England victory over Sweden in their opening match of the La Manga Tournament.

Mo Marley has taken an 18-strong squad to southern Spain for this annual round-robin competition.

Everton youngster Nikita Parris, who helped the U19s win a silver medal at last year’s European Championship finals, gave England the lead on 75 minutes.

And that looked to be enough to hand the Lionesses an opening day win but a late equaliser prevented them from collecting all three points.

Their second game is against Germany on Monday, followed by Japan on Wednesday.

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1 Mary Earps, 2 Martha Harris, 3 Rachel Daly, 4 Sherry McCue (14 Drew Spence, 80), 5 Jemma Rose, 6 Jasmine Matthews, 7 Nikita Parris (18 Freda Aiysi, 80), 8 Laura Coombs, 9 Dan Carter, 10 Isobel Christiansen (C) (12 Melissa Lawley, 62), 11 Francesca Kirby
Substitutes not used: 13 Megan Walsh, 15 Amy Turner, 16 Bianca Bragg, 17 Kirsty Linnett.

http://www.thefa.com/news/england/womens/u23s/2014/mar/la-manga-tournament-sweden-nikita-parris

Second game has finished and England lost 4-2 to a Germany U20 side preparing the WC.

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Mo Marley names her U23 squad for Nordic Tournament
« Reply #293 on: June 10, 2014, 10:47:49 AM »
Thirteen players who helped England win a silver medal at last year’s European U19 Championship have been called upon by Mo Marley for the annual U23 Nordic Tournament.

Among the 13 are Aston Villa midfielder, and former U19 captain, Sherry McCue, Everton duo Nikita Parris and Gabrielle George and Birmingham City forward Mel Lawley.

There is also room for Arsenal’s Leah Williamson, who has featured a number of times for the Gunners first team this season, and Dan Carter, who has already earned seven caps for the U23s.

England take on host nation Sweden on Monday 16 June and then face Norway two days later.

All but two members of the squad for the Nordics are eligible for this summer’s FIFA Women’s U20 World Cup which takes place in Canada between 5-24 August.

England have been drawn in Group C for the summer showpiece, alongside Nigeria, South Korea and Mexico.

Squad for Nordic Tournament

Goalkeepers
Lizzie Durack (University of Harvard), Caitlin Leach (Aston Villa), Megan Walsh (Everton)

Defenders
Gabrielle George (Everton), Martha Harris (Liverpool), Jemma Rose (Bristol Academy), Vyan Sampson (Arsenal), Meaghan Sargeant (Notts County), Ellie Stewart (Liverpool), Leah Williamson (Arsenal)

Midfielders
Jade Bailey (Arsenal), Bianca Bragg (Arsenal), Sherry McCue (Aston Villa), Jess Sigsworth (Doncaster Rovers Belles), Abbey-Leigh Stringer (Aston Villa)

Forwards
Freda Ayisi (Arsenal), Hannah Blundell (Chelsea), Dan Carter (Arsenal), Jess Carter (Birmingham City), Natasha Flint (Manchester City), Mel Lawley (Birmingham City), Nikita Parris (Everton)

http://www.thefa.com/news/england/womens/u23s/2014/jun/squad-nordic-tournament

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A chance to impress England Women's management
« Reply #294 on: October 08, 2014, 11:17:03 AM »
Twenty-four players will get the opportunity to impress the England Women’s senior team management when they meet in October for an Under-23 training camp.

Three Lions assistant boss Marieanne Spacey will take charge of the four-day camp, joined by head coach Mark Sampson and goalkeeping coach Lee Kendall.

Ten players travelled to Canada in the summer for the U20 World Cup, while Sunderland goalkeeper Rachael Laws was on the bench for the seniors’ 10-0 World Cup qualifying win over Montenegro earlier this month.
Training camp

England Women's U23s
St. George's Park
15-18 October

Spacey said: “This is a training camp with an emphasis on observing players that have been in the system with younger squads recently and some that may not have been in for a while.

“We’ve selected a few older players so it’s more of a development squad than an Under-23 squad, but I’m looking forward to working with them.”

Players from Arsenal and Manchester City haven’t been included due to their participation in the Continental Cup Final on 16 October, while players from Bristol Academy and Liverpool will be on Champions League duty.

Goalkeepers
Marie Hourihan (Chelsea), Rachael Laws (Sunderland), Megan Walsh (Everton)

Defenders
Hannah Blundell (Chelsea), Kerys Harrop (Birmingham City), Becky Jane (Reading), Aoife Mannion (Birmingham City), Meaghan Sargeant (Birmingham City), Danielle Turner (Everton), Paige Williams (Everton)

Midfielders
Millie Bright (Doncaster Rovers Belles), Lauren Bruton (Reading), Laura Coombes (Chelsea), Emma Follis (Aston Villa), Kasia Lipka (Doncaster Rovers Belles), Sherry McCue (Aston Villa), Jess Sigsworth (Doncaster Rovers Belles), Drew Spence (Chelsea), Abbey-Leigh Stringer (Birmingham City)

Forwards
Kirsty Linnett (Birmingham City), Beth Mead (Sunderland), Nikita Parris (Everton), Aileen Whelan (Notts County), Katie Wilkinson (Aston Villa).

http://www.thefa.com/news/england/womens/u23s/2014/sep/squad-training-camp-st-georges-park-october-spacey-sampson-kendall

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England Women's U23s squad named for La Manga
« Reply #295 on: February 10, 2015, 03:25:46 PM »
The England Women’s U23s squad will convene at the end of the month for three testing matches in La Manga.

They will take on Sweden (on 26 February), China (on 28 February) and USA (on 2 March) as they continue their international development.

Eight of the squad went to Canada last year as part of England’s U20s World Cup squad, and they are joined by seasoned U23s campaigners Mary Earps, Dan Carter and Jemma Rose.
La Manga schedule

v Sweden, 26 February
v China, 28 February
v USA, 2 March

The U23s will be led by Julie Chipchase, as regular head coach Marieanne Spacey will be with the seniors at the Cyprus Cup.

Squad for La Manga

Goalkeepers: Mary Earps (Bristol Academy), Megan Walsh (Everton).

Defenders: Becky Jane (Reading), Aoife Mannion (Birmingham City), Paige Williams (Everton), Hannah Blundell (Chelsea), Jemma Rose (Arsenal), Martha Harris (Liverpool).

Midfielders: Millie Bright (Chelsea), Sherry McCue (Aston Villa), Emma Follis (Aston Villa), Lauren Bruton (Reading), Jess Sigsworth (Notts County), Kasia Lipka (Doncaster Rovers Belles).

Forwards: Nikita Parris (Manchester City – loan), Kirsty Linnett (Birmingham City), Dan Carter (Arsenal).

http://www.thefa.com/news/england/womens/u23s/2015/feb/squad-la-manga-tournament-sweden-china-usa-julie-chipchase
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Re: England Under-23
« Reply #296 on: March 04, 2017, 06:36:36 AM »
England beat Sweden U23s on Thursday in La Manga:

http://www.thefa.com/news/2017/mar/02/england-u23s-v-sweden-report-020317

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England, being led by Joel Roberts with Marieanne Spacey at the SheBelieves Cup, are back in action on Saturday against USA.


England: 1 Sophie Baggaley (Birmingham City), 2 Hannah Blundell (Chelsea), 3 Jess Carter (Birmingham City), 4 Aoife Mannion (Birmingham City), 5 Gabby George (Everton), 6 Mollie Bartrip (Reading), 8 Jade Bailey (Chelsea), 10 Beth England (Chelsea), 12 Leah Williamson (Arsenal), 19 Mel Lawley (Manchester City), 20 Claudia Walker (Everton).
Substitutes: 14 Abbey-Leigh Stringer (Birmingham City) for Bartrip 45, 16 Jodie Brett (Bristol City) for Lawley 64, 9 Freda Ayisi (Birmingham City) for England 76, 17 Sarah Mayling (Birmingham City) for Blundell 86
Substitutes not used: 13 Megan Walsh (Notts County), 15 Keira Walsh (Manchester City), 18 Jenna Legg (Brighton & Hove Albion).

Coach: Joel Roberts

Goals: Lawley 21, 26, George 76

Sweden: 1 Emma Holmgren, 3 Emma Pennsater, 4 Ellen Lofkvist, 5 Lotta Okvist, 7 Anna Oscarsson, 8 Michelle De Jong, 9 Rebecka Blonqvist, 13 Maja Gothberg, 15 Irma Helin, 17 Johanna Rytting Kaneryd, 19 Emma Jansson

Substitutes: 12 Britta Elsert Gynning, 2 Alice Nilsson, 6 Philippa Angeldal, 10 Anna Anvegard, 11 Tove Almqvist, 14 Elin Bragnum, 16 Madelen Janogy, 18 Fanny Andersson, 20 Emelie Andersson

Coach: Calle Barling
Goal: Anvegard 90+1

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Re: England Under-23
« Reply #297 on: June 06, 2017, 11:17:09 AM »
Catching up, that last game in La Manga finished England 2 USA 0.

Now it's time for the U23 Nordic Tournament, this year in Sweden:

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6th June

Sweden V England (17:00, Sporthälla IP A-plan)

Norway V USA (17:00, Tingvalla IP)


England's squad contains eight players from Birmingham City:

- http://www.thefa.com/news/2017/may/22/england-u23s-next-gen-squad-nordic-tournament-marieanne-spacey-birmingham-220517

USA squad is here - http://www.ussoccer.com/stories/2017/05/31/14/41/20170531-news-u23wnt-will-travel-to-sweden-for-2017-womens-u23-open-nordic-tournament

The Sweden-England match is in Saffle tonight, and they're hoping to give about 1,000 tickets to local schools.

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Re: England Under-23
« Reply #298 on: June 07, 2017, 09:19:39 AM »
A 4-0 win for England to open the U23 Nordic Tournament:

- http://www.thefa.com/news/2017/jun/06/nordic-tournament-england-u23s-sweden-claudia-walker-060617

The Swedish FA have put highlights online halfway down the following page. Played in the beautiful surrounds of Säffle:

- http://svenskfotboll.se/arkiv/landslag/2017/06/u23-elvan-mot-england/
- (Translated match report here)

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England: 13 Sophie Baggaley (Birmingham City), 2 Hannah Blundell (Chelsea), 3 Jessica Carter (Birmingham City), 4 Leah Williamson (Arsenal), 5 Aoife Mannion (capt; Birmingham City), 6 Gabby George (Everton), 8 Keira Walsh (Manchester City), 9 Claudia Walker (Everton), 10 Beth England (Chelsea), 11 Paige Williams (Birmingham City), 17 Molly Bartrip (Reading).

Substitutes: 20 Beth Mead (Sunderland) replaced Walker 64, 15 Millie Turner (Bristol City) for Williams 64, 12 Jodie Brett (Chelsea) for England 85. Substitutes not used: 1 Megan Walsh (Yeovil Town), 7 Sarah Mayling (Birmingham City), 16 Meaghan Sargeant (Birmingham City), 18 Abbey-Leigh Stringer (Birmingham City), 19 Freda Ayisi (Birmingham City)

Goals: Walker 32, 36, England 50, Mead 71.
Head coach: Marieanne Spacey

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Re: England Under-23
« Reply #299 on: June 10, 2017, 01:31:01 AM »
Note this down ;D

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England Women’s Under-23s earned a notable 0-0 draw with powerhouses USA in the Nordic Tournament.

- http://www.thefa.com/news/2017/jun/09/england-women-u23s-0-0-usa-nordic-tournament-090617

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England: 13 Sophie Baggaley (Birmingham City), 2 Hannah Blundell (Chelsea), 3 Jessica Carter (Birmingham City), 4 Leah Williamson (Arsenal), 5 Aoife Mannion (capt; Birmingham City), 6 Gabby George (Everton), 8 Keira Walsh (Manchester City), 9 Claudia Walker (Everton), 10 Beth England (Chelsea), 14 Melissa Lawley (Manchester City), 15 Millie Turner (Bristol City).

Substitutes: 20 Beth Mead (Arsenal) for Walker 61, 12 Jodie Brett (Chelsea – on loan at Bristol City) for England 79, 17 Molly Bartrip (Reading) for Lawley 85.

The other game finished Sweden 1 Norway 0 in Karlstad.