Discussion in 'The Team Bus' started by wfc78, Aug 14, 2012.
Want to score goals?
Have the name Kane!
U23s lost 0-2 to QPR today, most notable for the return of Kabasele. I don't know how Kabs played, I would understand if he were a bit rusty, but it's not a good reflection on Lazaar and Navarro...
Kane Crichlow scored 3 goals in his first 2 appearances for Bermuda. 1 on his debut against Canada and 2 last night against Aruba. Second goal wasn't bad
U23's lost 2-1 to an England U17 side at St. George's Park a couple days ago.
Only because we scored for them!
B.Lawal has probably achieved every school boys dream.
Netting for the National side.
Hugely disappointing that we could only manage to score one passed a keeper with a tiny hand.
Since he's Irish, scoring for England is probably the stuff of his nightmares!
He's been on the bench a few times of late for us hasn't he? Late sub against Newport IIRC, be nice if we could have another young lad knock on the door of the first team
Just been reading about a lad called Kamil Conteh who captained our under 18's to a 4-1 win over QPR yesterday. I was wondering if he is another addition to our flock of sons of famous fathers, as there was a very good British Boxer called John Conteh who was a light heavyweight (I think) who graced the boxing rings a few years back.
We also seem to be doing very well of late at U18 level and hopefully some of these guys might get a crack at the 1st team before the end of the season as long as promotion is already sealed of course.
Maybe someone who is more up to date with these kids could update us all about which ones are looking the part and maybe be ready to step up a level to the U23's or even the 1st team.
I'm just lazy, but, does anyone know how Mitchel Bergkamp is doing? I know he was a sub vs the u17's, but is he any good?
He'd have to have been a late father to have an 18 year old son.
He must be nearly 70 by now Conteh?
Maybe a grandson then? Having said that many men father children in their 50's.