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Re: England Under-19
« Reply #20 on: November 04, 2007, 07:42:28 PM »
It was advertised on the french FA website  ;)

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Re: England Under-19
« Reply #21 on: November 13, 2007, 06:07:14 PM »
Lions head to Parma
Tuesday, 13 November 2007.

Women's U19 International Friendly
10am (11am local time), Wednesday 21 November 2007
Centro Sportivo "Il Noce", Parma, Italy

Mo Marley will take an England U19 side to Parma, Italy for their final game of 2007, an international friendly against Italy.

With Arsenal in UEFA Women's Cup action during that period, Rebecca Spencer and Gilly Flaherty will miss the trip, providing an opportunity for Leicester City 'keeper Sophie Le Gross and Leeds United's Jade Moore to impress.

Italy, like England have qualified for the second phase of the 2008 UEFA European Women's U19 Championship, finishing joint top of a group that included Russia, Northern Ireland and Israel.

In centre forward Christiana Girelli, the Azzure have a player who found the net four times in three qualifiers, and will provide another strong test for Marley's squad.

England Squad:
Helen Alderson (Sunderland), Sophie Le Gross (Leicester City)
Sophie Bradley and Gemma Bonner (Leeds United), Brooke Chaplen (Portsmouth), Jayne Eadie (Blackburn Rovers), Georgie Giddings (Chelsea)
Toni Duggan and Michelle Hinnigan (Everton), Elizabeth Edwards (Chelsea), Sophie Walton (Leeds United), Chelsea Weston (Birmingham City)
Remi Allen (Leicester City), Jess Clarke (Leeds United), Jade Moore (Leeds United), Faye McCoy (Liverpool), Ellen White and Claire Rafferty (Chelsea)

http://www.thefa.com/Womens/EnglandU19/NewsAndFeatures/Postings/2007/09/Lions_headto_Parma.htm

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Re: England Under-19
« Reply #22 on: November 22, 2007, 03:35:22 PM »
Women's U19 International Friendly
Wednesday 21 November 2007
Centro Sportivo "Il Noce", Parma, Italy

Italy 2 England 1

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Re: England Under-19
« Reply #23 on: November 23, 2007, 08:43:17 PM »
'Great preparation'
by Russell Staves
Friday, 23 November 2007.

Women's U19 International Friendly
Wednesday 21 November 2007
Centro Sportivo "Il Noce", Parma, Italy
 
Italy 2 England 1
England goal - Toni Duggan
 
Head Coach Mo Marley insists there were plenty of positives to take from England U19s' 2-1 defeat to Italy on Wednesday.

The Young Lions took the lead through Toni Duggan after she linked well with Ellen White, but the hosts came back and scored twice after England struggled at set-pieces.

"We started well and had loads of possession," recalled Marley. "We deserved to take the lead but it was disappointing to let them back in the game. We had done a lot of work on set plays. To be fair to Italy, both their goals were great strikes.

"It's a game we could have won but there were lots of pleasing things. It's good that the players can see what areas of their game they need to work on. We got frustrated with the referee - that's something we need to stop."

The defeat was England's second in succession - they lost 3-1 to France at the end of October - but facing high calibre opposition in both games will only benefit Marley's charges.

The Coach is also a believer in looking at the bigger picture and the squad get-togethers are not just an opportunity to play a match, but to train and plan for future challenges, which in this team's case is Phase Two of the European Qualification - the draw for which will be made in December - and next November's U20 World Cup.

"It's been a fantastic trip," said Marley. "We gave them medical advice, physiological advice and moved their technical and tactical development on a bit.

"It's been great preparation and education for the Europeans and the World Cup. We have given them an action plan to work on. It's a really exciting time, not just for the players but the staff too."

England: Helen Alderson, Jayne Eadie (Faye McCoy, 83 mins), Sophie Bradley (C) (Chelsea Weston, 57 mins), Gemma Bonner (Claire Rafferty, 57 mins), Georgie Giddings, Michelle Hinnigan, Brooke Chaplen (Remi Allen, 57 mins), Sophie Walton, Jess Clarke, Ellen White, Toni Duggan.

Subs not used: Sophie Le Gross, Francesca Williams, Jade Moore.

http://www.thefa.com/Womens/EnglandU19/FixturesAndResults/Postings/U19_Italy.htm

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England Under-19s at La Manga in March
« Reply #24 on: January 09, 2008, 11:43:47 AM »
England U-19s will meet Italy, Sweden and Norway at La Manga in March.

Details of the Under-19 tournament at La Manga:

Monday 10th March
14.00: Denmark - Netherlands
14.00: Italy - England
16.30: Norway - France
19.00: Sweden - USA

Wednesday 12th March
13.00: France - Netherlands
15.00: Sweden - England
17.00: Denmark - Italy
19.00: Norway - USA

Friday 14th March
13.00: Sweden - Denmark
14.00: Norway - England
15.30: Italy - Netherlands
16.30: France - USA

http://www.fotball.no/t2.aspx?p=53177&cat=51835&x=1&a=214125
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Re: England Under-19
« Reply #25 on: January 10, 2008, 04:40:22 PM »
Just to confirm the FA does not update its website the same information about the games timing and date has been available on French FA website since the 20th of December  ;)

http://www.fff.fr/selections/fem18ans/actualite/414833.shtml

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Re: England Under-19
« Reply #26 on: January 10, 2008, 10:02:22 PM »
Just to confirm the FA does not update its website the same information about the games timing and date has been available on French FA website since the 20th of December  ;)

http://www.fff.fr/selections/fem18ans/actualite/414833.shtml

You could always volunteer your services to the FA.  ;)

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Re: England Under-19
« Reply #27 on: March 06, 2008, 02:21:10 PM »
http://www.thefa.com/Womens/EnglandU19/NewsAndFeatures/Postings/U19_LaManga.htm

Head Coach Mo Marley has named her squad for the forthcoming Eight Nations Tournament in La Manga.

Marley has selected 19 players for the trip to Spain with the squad due to fly out on Saturday.

England will play Italy, Sweden and Norway in the space of just five days - three matches that will provide vital preparation for the second qualifying round of the UEFA Women's Under-19 Championship in April.

There England will meet Poland, Iceland and hosts Belgium as they bid to reach the European Championship - a tournament in which they lost in the Final last year.

England were in imperious form in the first qualifying round, scoring 17 goals and conceding just once in three matches. However, they have found it tougher in friendly competition since then, losing 3-1 to France and 1-0 to Italy last autumn.

More than 1,000 fans crammed into Harrogate Town's quaint ground to see England take on France in October and they would have seen the home side take the lead through Leicester forward Remi Allen. However, it needed a special performance in goal from Arsenal's Rebecca Spencer to keep the scoreline down. Both players have been selected for La Manga.

Marley has called upon the services of five Chelsea players - Elizabeth Edwards, Georgie Giddings, Katie Owen, Claire Rafferty and Ellen White, while Leeds have four representatives - Sophie Bradley, Jade Moore, Sophie Walton and Jessica Clarke.


Squad list :

Helen Alderson Sunderland

Rebecca Spencer Arsenal

Sophie Bradley Leeds United

Toni Duggan Everton

Jayne Eadie Blackburn

Elizabeth Edwards Chelsea

Georgie Giddings Chelsea

Michelle Hinnigan Everton

Brooke Chaplen Portsmouth

Gilly Flaherty Arsenal

Jade Moore  Leeds United

Faye McCoy Liverpool

Sophie Walton Leeds United

Chelsea Weston Birmingham

Remi Allen Leicester

Jessica Clarke Leeds United

Katie Owen Chelsea

Claire Rafferty Chelsea

Ellen White Chelsea

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Lions lose to Italy
« Reply #28 on: March 14, 2008, 11:25:39 PM »
Tuesday, 11 March 2008.
England's U19 Women were beaten 2-1 in their opening fixture of the La Manga Tournament yesterday.
 
After England lost Leeds United's Sophie Walton to an early injury, the Italians took a 2-0 half-time lead.

Claire Rafferty pulled a goal back in the 74th minute, but despite bossing the majority of the game, once more a Three Lions side were made to pay for failing to convert their chances into goals.

Next up tomorrow afternoon are Sweden for Mo Marley's side, and then Norway complete England's fixture schedule on Friday.

England:
Helen Alderson, Jayne Eadie, Chelsea Weston, Gilly Flaherty, Jessica Clarke (c), Claire Rafferty (Emily Heckler 81min), Sophie Walton (Lizzy Edwards 10min), Grace McCatty, Brooke Chaplen, Michelle Hinnigan, Toni Duggan (Ellen White 75min)

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England 1 Norway 0
« Reply #29 on: March 14, 2008, 11:29:35 PM »
England's Under-19s beat Norway 1-0 today on pitch G at La Manga.  The 14th-minute goal was scored by Gilly Flaherty according to the Norwegian FA's web-site.

http://www.fotball.no/t1.aspx?p=51831&x=1&a=221794

Match report at: http://womensfootball.eu/forum/index.php/topic,919.15.html
« Last Edit: March 14, 2008, 11:41:23 PM by Alan »
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Re: England Under-19
« Reply #30 on: April 26, 2008, 10:48:16 AM »
Magnificent seven for Lions
Friday, 25 April 2008.

England 7 Poland 0

Goals :- Ellen White 17, 19, 62, Gilly Rafferty 46, Sophie Bradley 51, Sophie Walton 76, 90
 
UEFA European U19 Championship Second Qualification Round
7.30pm (local time), Thursday 24 April 2008
Eupen Stadium

England got off to the perfect start as they continue their European Championship campaign, beating hosts of the Second Round Poland by seven goals.

Having become the first England Women's team to reach a European Championship Final last year, Mo Marley's side are looking to capitalise on that success this term with another finals appearance.

The final tournament will be held in France in the towns of Amboise, Avoine, Blois, Romorantin, Saint-Cyr-sur-Loire, Tours and Vineuil.

Chelsea's Ellen White grabbed a hat-trick as she built on her leading scorer award at the last finals, scoring two goals in two minutes early on to put England in command.

Claire Rafferty then popped up with the third goal just after the interval and set the Three Lions on their way to a scoring spree that saw goals from Sophie Bradley, a brace from Sophie Walton and Ellen White's third of the night.

Next up for Mo Marley's side is Belgium on Saturday.

England: 1 Rebecca Spencer, 2 Chelsea Weston, 3 Claire Rafferty, 4 Remi Allen (Sophie Walton 72’), 5 Sophie Bradley (c), 6 Gilly Flaherty, 7 Ellen White, 8 Brooke Chaplen, 9 Toni Duggan (Jayne Eadie 79’), 10 Jade Moore (Michelle Hinnigan 58’), 11 Jessica Clarke,

Substitutes Not Used: 13 Lauren Davey, 14 Elizabeth Edwards, 17 Georgie Giddings, 18 Kerys Harrop

http://www.thefa.com/Womens/EnglandU19/NewsAndFeatures/Postings/2008/04/U19_EnglandPoland.htm

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England Under-19 qualified
« Reply #31 on: April 29, 2008, 11:40:20 PM »
Eight teams are qualified for the finals of the Under-19 European Cup

Hosts France qualify automatically.  The six group winners are Sweden, England, Germany, Norway, Spain and Scotland.  The best second-placed team are Italy who lost 2-1 to Norway this afternoon.

www.trondheims-orn.no
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Re: England Under-19
« Reply #32 on: April 30, 2008, 12:18:22 PM »
Hosts no match for Lions
Sunday, 27 April 2008.

England 4 Belgium 0
 
Goals - Remi Allen 2, Ellen White 63, Toni Duggan 82, Jessica Clarke 87
 
UEFA European U19 Championship Second Qualification Round
7.30pm (local time), Saturday 26 April 2008
Eupen Stadium

England Women U19s' hopes of qualifying for the European Championships this summer became a distinct reality following a convincing win over hosts Belgium at the Eupen Stadium on Saturday.

Following Thursday's emphatic 7-0 win over Poland, England knew that a second win against the Belgians would give them a terrific chance of reaching July's Finals in France.

It didn't take Mo Marley's team long to put themselves in control and they took a first half lead in the game courtesy of Remi Allen's early goal, but they had to wait until the second half before they could go on and secure the victory.

Chelsea's Ellen White added England's second goal shortly after the hour mark before the result was sealed in the final ten minutes courtesy of efforts from Toni Duggan in the 82nd minute and Jessica Clarke in the 87th minute.

England will now face Iceland in their final game on Tuesday, at the Honsfeld Stadium.

England: 1 Rebecca Spencer, 2 Chelsea Weston, 3 Claire Rafferty, 4 Remi Allen (16 Michelle Hinnigan, 86), 5 Sophie Bradley (c), 6 Gilly Flaherty, 7 Ellen White, 8 Brooke Chaplen, 9 Toni Duggan (17 Georgie Giddings, 86), Jessica Clarke, 14 Elizabeth Edwards (10 Jade Moore, 67)

Substitutes Not Used: 12 Jayne Eadie, 13 Lauren Davey, 15 Sophie Walton, 18 Kerys Harrop.

http://www.thefa.com/Womens/EnglandU19/NewsAndFeatures/Postings/U19_EnglandBelgium.htm

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Re: England Under-19
« Reply #33 on: April 30, 2008, 12:31:04 PM »
England beat Iceland 1-0 in the last of the second qualifying round matches at the Honsfeld stadium in Poland.

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Re: England Under-19
« Reply #34 on: April 30, 2008, 02:18:23 PM »
That's 12 goals scored and nil against in the final qualification round for the European Cup - great work by the girls  :)
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Re: England Under-19
« Reply #35 on: May 23, 2008, 01:21:44 AM »
Squad for Sardinia
Thursday, 22 May 2008.

Women's U19 Friendly
7pm (Local time), Wednesday 28 May 2008
Stadio Comunale Fra Locci, Sardinia

England's U19 Women travel to Sardinia next week as they build-up preparation ahead of the UEFA European Women's U19 Championship in July.

Mo Marley's Three Lions were beaten 2-1 in their opening fixture of the La Manga Tournament by Italy back in March. The Italians took a 2-0 half-time lead, but Claire Rafferty pulled a goal back in the 74th minute.

Maren Meinert's Germany will be in the same section as Scotland, Sweden and an England side they edged through in extra time in a tight final last July. They will be happy to have avoided France, against whom they also needed the additional 30 minutes in the knockout stages last year en route to claiming their sixth title.

The hosts have been paired with Spain, Norway and Italy, the latter returning to the finals after a three-year absence. Then, in 2003/04, they progressed to the last four after topping a section that also coincidentally included France and Norway.

The ceremony took place Blois, the headquarters for all four Group A teams and one of seven venues for the finals between 7 and 19 July. The quartet in Group B will be based in Tours, while other matches will take place at Amboise, Avoine, Romorantin, Saint-Cyr-sur-Loire and Vineuil.

Group A
France, Spain, Italy, Norway
Group B
Sweden, Scotland, Germany, England

England:
Helen Alderson (Sunderland)
Ashley Baker (University of Atlanta)
Sophie Bradley (Leeds United)
Brooke Chaplen (Portsmouth)
Toni Duggan (Everton)
Olivia Thackray (Leeds United)
Georgie Giddings (Chelsea), 
Elizabeth Edwards (Chelsea)
Shelby Hills (Chelsea)
Michelle Hinnigan (Everton)
Sophie Walton (Leeds United)
Chelsea Weston (Birmingham City)
Remi Allen (Leicester City)
Jessica Clarke (Leeds United)
Jade Moore (Leeds United)
Claire Rafferty (Chelsea)
Demi Stokes (Sunderland)
Ellen White (Chelsea)

http://www.thefa.com/Womens/EnglandU19/NewsAndFeatures/Postings/2008/05/Squad_for_Sardinia.htm

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Re: England Under-19
« Reply #36 on: May 23, 2008, 08:51:31 AM »
Video of the draw :
http://www.fff.fr/selections/fem18ans/actualite/442392.shtml

You need to understand French ;)
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Re: England Under-19
« Reply #37 on: May 23, 2008, 11:54:19 AM »
is that possible..??? ??? ??? ;D

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Re: England Under-19
« Reply #38 on: May 23, 2008, 09:30:16 PM »
so chelsea and leeds have the young talent then.....  have we been forgetting chelsea of late 2 much

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Re: England Under-19
« Reply #39 on: May 30, 2008, 06:38:12 PM »
England U19s Win In Italy
 
Women's U19 Friendly
Wednesday 28 May 2008
Stadio Comunale Fra Locci, Sardinia
Italy 0-3 England

England Women's U19s notched an impressive 3-0 win over their Italian counterparts in Sardinia on Wednesday.

With both sides qualified for the UEFA European Women's U19 Championships in July, the match provided Mo Marley's side with valuable match practice ahead of the tournament.

England's win was made in Leeds, with all three goals coming from Leeds United players as England raced to an unassailable lead in the first 24 minutes of the match.

Midfielder Jessica Clarke scored twice, in the 18th and 20th minutes, with her Leeds team-mate Jade Moore adding a third on 24 minutes.

England: Ashley Baker, Claire Rafferty, Georgie Giddings, Remi Allen, Chelsea Weston, Sophie Bradley (C), Ellen White (Demi Stokes 88), Elizabeth Edwards, Toni Duggan, Jade Moore (Michelle Hinnigan 82), Jessica Clarke (Katie Owen 75).
Subs Not Used: Shelby Hills, Helen Alderson, Olivia Thackray, Brooke Chaplen.
Yellow cards: Ashley Baker 33.

http://www.fgmag.com/news/index.php?&newsmode=FULL&nid=5111
http://www.thefa.com/Womens/EnglandU19/NewsAndFeatures/Postings/2008/05/U19_EnglandItaly.htm
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