[LFC] Elite Young Squad

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[LFC] Elite Young Squad

Postby titoreds Mon Feb 27, 2006 4:59 pm

Rafalution yang dicetuskan Senor Rafa telah membawa banyak perubahan ke Liverpool FC. Salah satu hasil yang telah kita rasakan bersama adalah trophy European Champions League ke 5 yang berhasil kita raih dan miliki selamanya Mei 2005 silam. Rafalution tersebut terjadi bukan hanya di 1st team squad, namun juga di Youth Squad. Saya ingin membuat thread khusus mengenai Youth Squad kita, baik yang sedang on loan maupun yang masih aktif di Liverpool. Salah satu moment ke depan adalah mendukung Youth Squad kita mengulang kejayaan Michael Owen dkk yang berhasil merebut FA Youth Cup 1996. Saya berharap keberhasilan LFC Youth Squad 2006 mengalahkan Carlisle 6-0 merupakan indikasi kebangkitan regenerasi LFC untuk terus mensuplai 1st team squad dengan pemain-pemain berbakat, baik yang merupakan didikan LFC Academy di Kirkby maupun bakat-bakat muda dari luar akademi yang kita beli dan didik untuk mendukung regenerasi LFC di masa depan.
Ada semacam julukan dari media di Inggris terhadap young squad kita yang cukup membanggakan, yaitu "Elite Young Squad" yang mendapat kehormatan untuk berlatih bersama 1st team squad di Melwood. Hal itu karena terdapat berbagai pemain berbakat dari berbagai negara di dalamnya, Inggris Raya (Inggris, Wales, Irlandia, Skotlandia), Spanyol, Perancis, Denmark, Austria, Mali, Argentina, Chile, USA dll)
Peremajaan yang dilakukan Rafa sungguh merupakan investasi yang tak ternilai, tinggal bagaiman para coach membina bakat-bakat muda itu untuk terus berkembang, beberapa pemain muda kita bahkan sudah membuktikan mampu bersaing di level tinggi, such as Momo, Agger, Flo Po, Le Tallec dll. Mungkin ada news2 terbaru tentang para pemain muda kita dapat untuk menjadi bahan diskusi di thread ini.

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Postby titoreds Mon Feb 27, 2006 5:01 pm

LFC Young Talents

Scott Carson
David Martin
Daniel Agger
Gabriel Paletta
Jack Hobbs
Zak Whitbread
Carl Medjani
Antonio Barragan
Miki Roque
David Raven
Darren Potter
Momo Sissoko
Mark Gonzalez
Paul Anderson
Anthony Le Tallec
Besian Idrizaj
Godwin Antwi
Ramon Calliste
Neil Mellor
Florent Sinama Pongolle

wait 4 more...
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Postby titoreds Mon Feb 27, 2006 6:13 pm

Reds hit Carlisle for six
By David Barber. Tuesday, 21 February 2006.

Liverpool 6-0 Carlisle United
The FA Youth Cup in partnership with Pepsi
Sixth Round Proper
Monday 20 February 2006

Liverpool have a history of prolific forwards - watch young striker Craig Lindfield bag a hat-trick in the demolition of Carlisle.
Steve Heighway's young Liverpool side breezed into this season's FA Youth Cup semi-finals with a crushing 6-0 win against Carlisle United at Anfield on Monday night.

A Craig Lindfield hat-trick and further goals from Charlie Barnett, Adam Hamill and Michael Nardiello took the Reds through in convincing fashion to a last-four meeting with Southampton, last season's losing finalists.

Cheered on by a decent-sized crowd on the famous Kop, Liverpool put the visitors to the sword in the first half, scoring three times in one 16-minute spell.

They were ahead on 20 minutes, Lindfield finishing with a confident strike past Carlisle 'keeper Bradley from inside the box. Barnett, menacingly breaking forward from midfield, made it two with a fierce shot that flew past Bradley.

Six minutes later it was 3-0 as Lindfield headed Barnett's cross powerfully home.

The visitors had a more encouraging period after half-time but normal service was quickly resumed with Lindfield completing his hat-trick from close range in front of the Kop - a special moment for the youngster.

Then Bradley made a good save to deny Lindfield his fourth before Hamill netted with a long dipping shot from 45 yards that first-teamer Xabi Alonso would have been proud of.

After Lindfield had been substituted to a standing ovation, his replacement Nardiello ended the scoring with a fine run and shot. Source: FA.Com


Lets support 'em to fight for our 2nd FA Youth Cup
Next Fixture against Soton, 10 Mar 2006

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Postby F.Lo Mon Feb 27, 2006 9:16 pm

Love Young Players!!!!

Smoga youngsters qta bisa berkembang lebih hebat dari Club2 laen yah...
Kaya West Ham tue jago bgt nyetak bintang yang sayangnya harus mreka lepas satu per satu
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Postby titoreds Fri Mar 10, 2006 7:41 am

@ flo

congrats ya flo, kemaren loe ngegolin pas lawan spurs :cheesy:
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Postby titoreds Fri Mar 10, 2006 8:36 am

In more than 50 years of competition Liverpool have only won The FA Youth Cup once - and they needed Michael Owen's help.

On the way to the Final in 1996 they overcame Bradford City, Luton Town, Sheffield United, Manchester United and Crystal Palace and were never drawn away.

A 7-5 aggregate win against Palace in the semis set up a two-legged clash with West Ham United, the club who had beaten the Reds in the Final more than 30 years earlier.

The first leg of the '96 Final drew a crowd of 15,386 to Upton Park and a goal in each half, by Jon Newby and David Larmour, gave Liverpool a 2-0 win.
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Then the teams lined up like this for the second leg at Anfield, watched by more than 20,000:
Liverpool: Naylor, Prior, Brazier, Carragher, Roberts, Quinn S., Quinn M., Thompson, Cassidy, Owen, Newby.
West Ham: Finn, Moore, Coyne, McFarlane, Partridge, Keith, Ferdinand, Lampard, Boylan, Hodges, Omoyinmi.

Owen, still 16, was brought in to help clinch The Cup for Liverpool and he did exactly that, scoring their first goal in a 2-1 victory on the night. Stuart Quinn netted the other and Frank Lampard was on target for the Hammers.

What happened to young Frank? Well, within ten years he and Michael Owen had picked up 113 full England caps between them!. TheFA.Com


Sejarah kemenangan Liverpool di FA Youth Cup 1996
Carra satu2nya class '96 yg masih setia di LFC, Owen dah di Newcastle & D. Thompson (one of my fave) dah gabung sama Mellor di Wigan. Sementara di West Ham squad, ada R. Ferdinand (Mancret) & F. Lampard (Chel$hit), yg ga jadi starter, J. Cole & M. Carrick

Semoga tahun 2006 ini (10 years later) our Elite Young Squad bisa mengulang kejayaan Class '96 dan semoga juga menjadi ajang kelahiran bintang2 baru The Reds. Kalo class ' 96 lahir Carra & Owen, Class '06 yang bersinar sapa ya???
Any idea? Gw mungkin jagoin P. Anderson, our new winger from Hull, dia sempet tampil impresif waktu menang 3-0 lawan Burnley di 5th round, all 3 assists from young Anderson. Ato Craig Lindfield yang menjadi hattrick hero waktu kita membantai Carlisle di 6th round. Ato Adam Hammill yang membuat Xabi bangga dengan gol jarak jauhnya waktu membantai Carlisle, 45 yards!!!
Well, let just pray 4 their success

Next fixtures:
Semi Final 1st Leg, 10 Maret 2006 (at Liverpool)
Semi Final 2nd Leg, 17 Maret 2006 (at Soton)
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Postby Reds_Shankly Fri Mar 10, 2006 10:23 am

..... dukung dah our young lads. N kalo gue baca di forum .tv banyak yang seneng ama permainan tim muda kita ini, dengan attacking footballnya. N Paul Anderson, gue harap dia bisa cepat berkembang n masuk ke tim utama ..... (he's a right winger ......)

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Postby Denni Fri Mar 10, 2006 11:09 am

Good Post Bro Tito,
Ada usulan nih, kalo bisa lo buat statistiknya dari awal sampe semifinal. Berapa jumlah gol yang dicetak young guns dan berapa akumulasi gol hingga semifinal ini. Jadi bisa dilihat jumlah gol memasukan dan gol kemasukan.

Harapan kita semua, semoga generasi muda ini memberikan angin segar utk dijadikan Senior Squad, tp sebelumnya digodok di reserve team.
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Postby Stevie Fri Mar 10, 2006 12:21 pm

kalau sudah begini, siapa sih yang percaya kalau Senor Rafa akan dengan mudahnya tergoda klub lain???

...only an idiot, for sure!!!


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Postby titoreds Fri Mar 10, 2006 2:08 pm

Statistik LFC Elite Young Squad at FA Youth Cup 05/06

3rd Round: Liverpool v Cardiff City 2-0

4th Round: Liverpool v Ipswich Town 2-1

5th Round: Burnley v Liverpool 0-3

6th Round: Liverpool v Carlisle United 6-0 :shock:

Memasukkan 13
Kemasukan only 1
in 4 matches !!!

mungkin para striker senior perlu blajar dengan junior2nya :cheesy:

C'mon Lads, Go for 2nd trophy !!! :salut:
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Postby Denni Fri Mar 10, 2006 2:35 pm

titoreds wrote:Memasukkan 13
Kemasukan only 1
in 4 matches !!!

Wow Fantastis!!! 4 games bisa menghasilkan 13 gol dan kemasukan 1 gol, mungkin muncul pertanyaan "Apakah lawan yang dihadapi tidak sepadan ?"
IMHO Gak Fair kalo petanyaan diatas dijadikan ukuran utk sebuah produktivitas gol tim keseluruhan, karena banyak faktor teknis yang berperan, misal: Formasi yang digunakan cucok dengan karakter masing2 pemain. Dan hal ini akan membuat aliran bola dari kaki ke kaki berjalan mulus. Kalo ibaratnya masakan, rasanya sedap karena bumbu2 yang menjadi komposisinya "pas".
titoreds wrote:mungkin para striker senior perlu blajar dengan junior2nya

Kalo perlu Craig Lindfield langsung "lewat jalan tol" ke senior squad :cheesy:
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Postby Samuel Hutapea Fri Mar 10, 2006 3:55 pm

Good Post Bro Tito,
Ada usulan nih, kalo bisa lo buat statistiknya dari awal sampe semifinal. Berapa jumlah gol yang dicetak young guns dan berapa akumulasi gol hingga semifinal ini. Jadi bisa dilihat jumlah gol memasukan dan gol kemasukan.


Good post... :)
Gw setuju banget ama usulan Bro Denni...
Setidaknya bisa mengobati sedikit kekecewaan di hati saat ini...

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Postby Stevie Sat Mar 11, 2006 12:04 am

masih muda berarti kemungkinannya mereka masih punya problema belum (atau kurang) konsisten...
yang gua harapkan untuk dimasukkan ke "jalan tol" itu sih Paul Harrison


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Postby Dragon Sat Mar 11, 2006 12:27 am

Patut dicatat nih :

http://www.liverpoolfc.tv/news/drilldow ... 0-1456.htm

MEET THE POTENTIAL KOP STARS OF THE FUTURE
Mark Platt 10 March 2006

As the Liverpool youth team make their final preparations for tonight's FA Youth Cup semi-final first leg against Southampton, we present to you the potential Kop stars of the future...

David Roberts

Position: Goalkeeper
Date of birth: 10/12/88


A strong willed keeper from the Wirral who was part of last season's under-16 squad. Dave is a highly promising custodian and one of the lynchpins of his age group. His form this season has been impressive, especially in the Youth Cup.

Josh Mimms

Position: Goalkeeper
Date of birth: 5/8/89


Son of former Everton and Tottenham keeper Bobby, like his dad Josh is a goalkeeper and hails from Rotherham. He joined the club during the summer of 2005 and is the youngest full-time scholar at the Academy.

Stephen Darby

Position: Right-back and captain
Date of birth: 6/10/88


Maghull-born Stephen is of slight build but can more than hold his own when up against big strong opposition players. Boasting a good positional sense, he reads the game well and is very clever with his distribution of the ball. Stephen can also play at left back.

Jordan Holmes

Position: Right-back
Date of birth: 12/1/88


A right-back who can also play at centre-half, Jordan joined the Academy aged 14. He likes to attack, can cross a ball well and boasts pace among is many other attributes.

Godwin Antwi

Position: Centre-back
Date of birth: 7/6/88


Ghanaian defender who joined the Reds from Real Zaragoza in the summer of 2005. Tough and uncompromising, he's a regular in the reserve side and has also operated as an emergency centre-forward at times this season.

Jack Hobbs

Position: Centre-back
Date of birth: 18/8/88


Highly-rated defender who joined the Reds last summer from Lincoln City following a successful trial spell at Melwood. Another reserve team regular, he can also play in the centre of midfield. Regarded as a hot prospect.

Robbie Threlfall

Position: Centre-back
Date of birth: 25/11/88


Operates on the left side of the central defensive partnership, Robbie is an intelligent footballer who hails from the Woolton area of Liverpool. An excellent passer of the ball, he reads the game well and would much prefer to find a team-mate than lump a long ball out of defence.

Miki Roque

Position: Centre-back
Date of birth: 8/7/88


Spanish youngster recruited from Lleida before the start of the current campaign. Highly-regarded as a bright prospect, he can also operate in midfield but is only just returning from a hamstring injury sustained in recent reserve win over Everton.

Ben Parsonage

Position: Winger


The only schoolboy member of the current Youth team squad, Ben is a right-sided player who has been in good form for the under-16s this season. Made his debut at this level in the previous round against Carlisle and showed enough to suggest he has a bright future ahead of him.

Ryan Flynn

Position: Centre-midfield
Date of birth: 4/9/88


A central midfield player who can also play out wide, Ryan is from Falkirk and joined the Reds during the summer of 2005. He has a great attitude and is a real hard worker with a good touch.

Charlie Barnett

Position: Right-midfield
Date of birth: 19/9/88


Hailing from the Everton area of the city, Charlie may be a boyhood Blue but his commitment to the Reds has never been in doubt. A right-sided midfielder he is excellent on the ball, fast and a good dribbler.

Jimmy Ryan

Position: Centre-midfield
Date of birth: 6/9/88


Maghull-born Jimmy can boast a good work-rate and strong shot among his many attributes. A never-say-die competitor, he has come through from last season's under-16s side and is a quality player.

Paul Barrett

Position: Left-midfield
Date of birth: 15/9/87


Joined the Reds Academy after being released by Manchester City in September 2004. Quickly established himself as a regular in the under-18 side and was soon turning out for the reserves. An exciting and creative player, he's equally adept at beating defenders or executing a killer pass.

Adam Hammill

Position: Winger
Date of birth: 25/1/88


A left-winger from Seaforth with great potential, Adam has just started training on a full-time basis at Melwood. Loves to take on defenders and is also a good crosser of the ball. A regular member of the reserve team squad and a very good prospect.

Paul Anderson

Position: Winger
Date of birth: 23/7/88


Talented winger who signed for Liverpool before Christmas from Hull City in a swap deal that saw John Welsh move in the opposite direction. Fast, strong and skilful, he's made impressive progress since and was named among the substitutes for the first team's recent Champions League tie at home to Benfica.

Michael Burns

Position: Left-midfield
Date of birth: 4/10/88


A left sided midfielder from Widnes, Michael possesses a really good touch, is capable of whipping in dangerous crosses and can pass the ball well. Has come through from last season's under-16 squad and is pushing hard for a place in the England set-up.

Ryan Wignall

Position: Centre-midfield/striker
Date of birth: 12/3/89


A small central midfielder who can also be used in attack if required, Ryan is from Toxteth and is one of the youngest members of the 2005/06 under-18 squad

Michael Nardiello

Position: Striker
Date of birth: 9/5/89


A big, strong, powerful centre forward who can put himself about, Michael is from Torquay and was formerly with Manchester United. An England youth international he signed for Liverpool during the summer of 2005 and is another Academy player to appear for the reserves this season.

Jonathon Pringle

Position: Striker
Date of birth: 21/6/89


Strong and stocky, Jonathan is a striker from the Wirral who can also play in the centre of midfield. A member of last season's under-16s team, he is a talented player who can make things happen.

James Frayne

Position: Striker
Date of birth: 27/9/87


The nephew of former Liverpool goalkeeper David James is a pacy striker who has also appeared at reserve level. He has a fiery temperment on the field and a good will to win attitude.

Craig Lindfield

Position: Striker
Date of birth: 7/9/88


A tall, slim striker from the Wirral, Craig possesses fine aerial ability and has come through the ranks at the Academy. He can lead the line well and has so far netted five times during this season's Youth Cup campaign, including a hat-trick against Carlisle in the previous round.


Selama ini gue cuma mengikuti dengan antusias nama-nama yang lumayan terkenal seperti Hobbs, Antwi, Roque, Hammil, dan Anderson. Untung .tv memuat artikel ini sehingga kita bisa mengetahui lebih jauh tentang calon bintang di masa depan.
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Postby super dedy Sun Mar 12, 2006 8:00 pm

sukses buat pemain pemain muda LIVERPOOL...tapi RAFA kok gak pernah yach memainkan pemain pemain muda udah ada di squad utama LIVERPOOL di musim ini..yang sering cuman WARNOCK doang..
apa RAFA belum percaya betul ama mereka yach?.....gak kayak MU yang sering nurunin ROSSI ama BENTLEY....

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