City under 17s won the second game of the tournament in Italy against local side Lascaris, 6-0, with goals from Nuttall (2), Hardy, McHale(2) and Barker
Charlie Albinson,Sam Tattum(Menseh Evans), Angelo Tasende,Tom Holland, Sam Jones, Charlie Oliver(Ashley Smith Brown),James Hardy, Collins Tanor (Denzil Boadu), Joe Nuttall (Mohammed Zaki), Brandon Barker (Earnest Agyri) Dominic McHale
Bradley McDonagh (GK), Nathaniel Oseni
It looks like City have drawn their opening game against Genoa in Italy 0-0, its not clear if the game has been decided on penalties
Here is the team which includes a number of Right to Dream players
Charlie Albinson, Earnest Agyri(Dominic McHale),Brandon Barker, Denzil Boadu(James Hardy), Tom Holland(Angelo Tasende), Charlie Oliver, Nathaniel Oseni, Ashley Smith Brown, Tanor Collins (Mensah Evans), Sam Tattum, Mohammed Zaki(Joe Nuttall)
Subs: Bradley McDonagh, Sam Jones
"They allow me to express myself on the pitch & the quality of everything is high this is why I've decided to sign for City" he declared on his twitter account
This was taken from an Arsenal blog site
However, there were some shocks with regards to those who were let go, chief amongst them Denzeil Boadu, a highly-skilful playmaker who the club worked hard to sign from Tottenham Hotspur. Boadu, despite impressing for the U18s this season, was not offered a scholarship, although it has since emerged that the situation may have something do with unpaid fees towards Tottenham for the youngster’s services
Manchester City are in talks with Peruvian outfit Universitario over teenage midfielder Rafael Guarderas, according to reports in Lima.
Reports in South America have claimed that Universitario, who are coached by ex-Newcastle and Aston Villa midfielder Nolberto Solano, are in negotiations over a summer transfer with some Argentinean sources going as far to say a deal is done.
The 19-year-old winger impressed at the South American Under-20 Championships earlier this year - a tournament which City scouted extensively.
Man City are trying to poach another youngster from Holland.
This time it's Rodney Kongolo (Feyenoord). Just turned 15 a couple months ago. Arsenal en Chelsea are also in the hunt. Terence Kongolo (Older brother of Rodney) is part of Feyenoord's first team squad and a big mate of Karim Rekik (Played in same youth team for years at Feyenoord)
Darije Kalezic is set to add Javan Vidal to his Stockport County squad, subject to approval.
Manchester-born Javan, who can play anywhere down the right, came through the ranks at Manchester City. He made one appearance for the Citizens when he started a League Cup tie away to West Brom in 2010-11, with the rest of his senior football taking place through loans. After a brief spell at Grimsby he then joined SPL side Aberdeen, helping the Dons finish in a Europa League spot and earned himself a place in the England U20 side.
After that he spent time at Derby and Chesterfield, then left Manchester City in search of first-team football elsewhere. Vidal joined Greek top flight side Panetolikos before returning to
the UK last summer, when he spent time on trial with Bury
Slightly old news this....and translated from Spanish to english(so not the best)
But basically City have signed a spanish striker from Swiss club FC Basle whose date of birth is 28/11/95
The Basel incorporated the staff of its under-16 team, the ambidextrous English scored fourteen goals and gave fifty assists the goal of 118 who scored his team in their season signing.
Daniel Lemma is the result of the work of the high performance center of the Swiss Football Federation in Payerne. The technicians federal claimed their presence after seeing his skills as a player offensive side and second front in Fribourg.
With these guarantees landed Daniel in Manchester a few days ago. From there, he shared his first impressions with La Voz.'From the first moment acolléronme well, treated me like I was always in the City. The club seems fantastic. It's like a dream come true for me and have a good quarry project ', he explained. 'Now I want to enjoy playing and get to the first team', says the footballer blood English.
It has the Spanish and Swiss and Paul's recurring topic in his career. His parents, Manuel and Fatima, originated from Dumbría and Finisterre, respectively, emigrated to Switzerland in the early eighties and settled in Fribourg, although they maintained a strong bond with their homeland, visiting every year .
Manchester City youngster Reece Wabara has called time on his loan move at Blackpool due to a lack of first-team opportunities.
Wabara has made just one substitute appearance since his arrival.
And the City starlet, who has also represented England at Under-20 level, believes his football development would be better suited elsewhere and has returned to the Etihad.
He Tweeted: "All the best to Blackpool for the rest of the season! I felt it was best I left to get more game time and continue my progression!"
Eirik Johansen has joined Scunthorpe United on loan.
The Manchester City goalkeeper has been brought in on an initial one month loan after Iron stopper Sam Slocombe was ruled out for at least four weeks with a tear in his thigh muscle.
Academy goal keeping coach Max Johnson has joined Barrow on loan, whilst current Academy keeper Liam Sharpe has gone on another loan spell, previously having spent some time at Norwich City he his now at Leicester City.
Under 16 player George Jones having been released by City, is now back at his former club Chester City
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