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25 minutes ago, Paul01 said:

Postecoglou showed up apparently. 

Is he contemplating a raid on our Academy like Stajcic

We were playing Yokohama though. He probably thought it worthwhile to have a look in to see. 

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Tournaments like that are so vital for the academy teams, you see them regularly in Europe.  Hopefully get something similar with the other Asian countries. 

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Our u14s through to the semi-finals. Won the quarter final on pens.

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NPL Youth next season will be divided into 4 equal divisions. Based on the tables at the end of the season and will play home and away.

NPL1 Youth

WS Wanderers Academy 

Blacktown City

Marconi Stallions 

Smurfs Academy 

Sutherland Sharks

Sydney Olympic 

CCM Academy 

APIA Leichhardt 

Manly United 

Hakoah 

St George FC

Mt Druitt Town Rangers

Of the current clubs in NPL Youth, they end up in NPL2 Youth except Canterbury Bankstown and Mounties who are destined for NPL3 Youth.

Not sure if a current NPL2 Youth Team gets promoted.

Apparently Newcastle Jets are seeking entry into Football NSW Competitions but, if accepted, have to go through Promotion.

 

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2 minutes ago, mack said:

What about the rich mariners?

NPL2 Youth.

None of their teams anywhere near the top 12 and their u16s just missed out on the wooden spoon 

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NPL Youth Results in the finals

U13s WSW beat CCM 2-0 and play APIA in the next round.

U14s WSW beat CCM 3-2 and play Marconi in the next round.

U15s WSW lost to Sutherland 0-2 and are eliminated from the finals

U16s WSW beat Hakoah (Premiers) 2-1 and play Smurfs u16s in the next round.

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Hey guys. My son would like to trial for Youth (u13s) and one of my wife's coworkers recommended a guy named Lee Jones (Jonner) whom runs intensive training sessions. Basically he wants some one on one time to do some fitness and technique work given his seasons over and wants to stay sharp. Any intell or recommendations? 

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What area & level is he playing?

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13 hours ago, Taurus said:

What area & level is he playing?

We're "Inner-Westies" Taurus, but I'm happy to travel. Played SAP U12 season gone (For a club that probably shouldn't have a licence).

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Balmain, Dulwich Hill, Fraser Park?, the list is endless 

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1 hour ago, Taurus said:

Balmain, Dulwich Hill, Fraser Park?, the list is endless 

Stanmore Hawks or Inter Lions?

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1 hour ago, Paul01 said:

Stanmore Hawks or Inter Lions?

 

3 hours ago, Taurus said:

Balmain, Dulwich Hill, Fraser Park?, the list is endless 

Fraser would have got you the meat tray.

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9 hours ago, Paul01 said:

Stanmore Hawks or Inter Lions?

I’m not on topic here but the stanmore hawks All Age team we played a couple of seasons back were a bunch of nobs 

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2 hours ago, StringerBellend said:

I’m not on topic here but the stanmore hawks All Age team we played a couple of seasons back were a bunch of nobs 

My last memory was officiating on the side line for one NPL2 Youth game. I had to inform the central referee that one of the Stanmore players (coaches son) had abused one of the opposition players who sent the player off.. The central ref had already sent another Stanmore player off for abusive language as well.

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Have just found an update to the NPL Youth structure for the upcoming season.

U18s remain with U20s and seniors.

The simplest way to describe it is that next season there will be 24 teams in NPL Youth Tier 1 all coupled to NPL1 and NPL2 teams for 2020.NPL Youth Tier 2 are coupled to NPL3 and NPL 4 teams. Seeding will occur on the basis of Youth Club Championships results for 2016 to 2018 seasons.

It will be very complicated until 2021 when the tiers in youth competition is decoupled from the mens NPL 1/2 and NPL 3/4 comps

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Football NSW has already declared the NPL Mens, NPL Women's, NPL Boys leagues.  

Interesting news is that Newcastle Jets are in NPL4 Mens and in NPL2 Boys competitions.

Club from from current competition to miss out are Balmain Tigers FC, FC Gazy Auburn, Hurstville City Minotaurs and Western Condors FC

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NYL draw released.

https://www.y-league.com.au/news/foxtel-y-league-201920-season-draw-released?fbclid=IwAR2Dcd02UYtJrK88Ldr7m_EKFLAK87tifXT_xcPdFLe3zTuBmbnTkZ42kh0

Rounds:

  1. 16 & 17 Nov - WSW Bye
  2. Sat 23 Nov - WSW vs Canberra - Marconi 4pm
  3. Sun 1 Dec - WSW vs CCM - Marconi 10:30am
  4. Sat 7 Dec - SFC vs WSW - Kogarah 4:45pm (Double Header with Smurfs vs Roar A-League)
  5. Fri 13 Dec - Jets vs WSW - Newcastle 6pm
  6. 21 & 22 Dec - WSW Bye
  7. Sat 28 Dec - Canberra vs WSW - Canberra 4pm
  8. Sat 4 Jan - CCM vs WSW - Gosford 10:30am
  9. Sat 18 Jan - WSW vs SFC - Marconi 6pm
  10. Sat 25 Jan - WSW vs Jets - Marconi 6pm

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1 hour ago, mack said:

NYL draw released.

https://www.y-league.com.au/news/foxtel-y-league-201920-season-draw-released?fbclid=IwAR2Dcd02UYtJrK88Ldr7m_EKFLAK87tifXT_xcPdFLe3zTuBmbnTkZ42kh0

Rounds:

  1. 16 & 17 Nov - WSW Bye
  2. Sat 23 Nov - WSW vs Canberra - Marconi 4pm
  3. Sun 1 Dec - WSW vs CCM - Marconi 10:30am
  4. Sat 7 Dec - SFC vs WSW - Kogarah 4:45pm (Double Header with Smurfs vs Roar A-League)
  5. Fri 13 Dec - Jets vs WSW - Newcastle 6pm
  6. 21 & 22 Dec - WSW Bye
  7. Sat 28 Dec - Canberra vs WSW - Canberra 4pm
  8. Sat 4 Jan - CCM vs WSW - Gosford 10:30am
  9. Sat 18 Jan - WSW vs SFC - Marconi 6pm
  10. Sat 25 Jan - WSW vs Jets - Marconi 6pm

Aside fro this draw resembling the Broken Hill Australian Rules competition in terms of variety of fixtures, can anyone tell me what really is the value of the NYL nowadays?

Surely the NPL is where the youff action is all at now.

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It really only exists to give the young players a bit of match fitness incase they get called up to the a-league team.

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8 hours ago, mack said:

It really only exists to give the young players a bit of match fitness incase they get called up to the a-league team.

Apparently,  there will be changes next season. 

First step, independent A-league and getting rid of Gallop was the priority.

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NYL lads will be playing a trial at our academy base on Sunday morning commencing at 10am.

There are some new faces in the squad, so i'll be popping along to check it out 

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On 31/10/2019 at 10:10 AM, Taurus said:

NYL lads will be playing a trial at our academy base on Sunday morning commencing at 10am.

There are some new faces in the squad, so i'll be popping along to check it out 

Any news?

I suppose we have an extra week with the bye to announce the squad.

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A-League’s breakout teen Al Hassan Toure handed first Australian call-up

  • November 11, 2019 5:42pm
  • by ZAC RAYSON
  • Source: FOX SPORTS
Al Hassan Toure opened the scoring in the FFA Cup final for Adelaide United. Al Hassan Toure opened the scoring in the FFA Cup final for Adelaide United.Source: News Corp Australia

Adelaide United’s teen sensation Al Hassan Toure has been called up to Australia’s U-23 squad for a three-match friendly series in China this month.

His unbelievable performances for Adelaide United in the FFA Cup and A-League this campaign led to an international tug of war over his services, with the country of his parents – Liberia – looking to fast-track him into their senior international team.

Watch the Socceroos play Jordan in a Qatar 2022 World Cup qualifier on KAYO SPORTS. Get your 14 day free trial and start streaming instantly >

 
 
 
Toure declares for Australia

Toure declares for Australia

0:34
 

Toure had said he was interested in representing both nations, but this week opted for his adopted country.

Australia’s national team coach Graham Arnold opted to take a conservative approach, bringing him into the U23 national team which is preparing for the 2020 AFC U-23 Championship in January – which also decides which three Asian Football Confederation (AFC) teams will compete at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.

The U-23 squad will face DPR Korea, Lithuania and China in the space of five days this coming fortnight.

Playing for the U-23 team would not necessarily stop Toure from instead choosing to represent Liberia in the future at senior international level. But it is certainly an indication that Australia and Graham Arnold are hoping he can continue his meteoric rise and eventually represent the Socceroos.

Toure is one of 13 players in the 25-man squad who currently play in the A-League, with other members of the squad playing as far afield as Denmark, Greece, and Croatia.

Toure hopes to inspire others

Toure hopes to inspire others

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FULL SQUAD

Name / Club, Country

Panos ARMENAKAS. Panathinaikos, Greece

Keanu BACCUS Western Sydney Wanderers FC, Australia

Daniel BOUMAN SC Cambuur, Netherlands

Jake BRIMMER Perth Glory FC, Australia

Gabriel CLEUR U.S. Alessandria, Italy

Thomas DENG Melbourne Victory, Australia

Zach DUNCAN AGF Aarhus, Denmark

Ben FOLAMI Ipswich Town FC, England

Alex GERSBACH AGF Aarhus, Denmark

Thomas GLOVER (Gk) Melbourne City FC, Australia

Kosta GROZOS Western Sydney Wanderers FC, Australia

Jordan HOLMES (Gk) Ebbsfleet Town, England

Jacob ITALIANO Borussia Monchengladbach, Germany

Anthony KALIK HNK Hajduk Split, Croatia

Josh LAWS Fortuna Dusseldorf II, Germany

Daniel MARGUSH (Gk) Adelaide United, Australia

Connor METCALFE Melbourne City FC, Australia

Tass MOURDOUKOUTAS Western Sydney Wanderers FC, Australia

Ramy NAJJARINE Melbourne City FC, Australia

Connor O’TOOLE Brisbane Roar FC, Australia

Nick PENNINGTON Olbia Calcio, Italy

Reno PISCOPO Wellington Phoenix FC, New Zealand

Dylan RYAN Willem II Tilburg, Netherlands

Al Hassan TOURE Adelaide United, Australia

Harry VAN DER SAAG Sydney FC, Australia

FIXTURE DETAILS

 

Australia U-23 v DPR Korea U-23

Date: Friday, 15 November 2019

Venue: Chongqing City Dazu District Sports Centre Stadium

Kick-off: 4.00pm (local); 7.00pm (AEDT)

Australia U-23 v Lithuania U-23

Date: Sunday, 17 November 2019

Venue: Chongqing City Dazu District Sports Centre Stadium

Kick-off: 4.00pm (local); 7.00pm (AEDT)

China U-23 v Australia U-23

Date: Tuesday, 19 November 2019

Venue: Chongqing City Dazu District Sports Centre Stadium

Kick-off: 7.30pm (local); 10.30pm (AEDT)

*Potential live stream information for matches to be confirmed

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WS Wanderers NYL Squad from MyFootball website. 

Mohamed Adam

Mohamed Al-Taay

Thomas Aquilina

Ali Auglah

Paolo Bonanni

Jarrod Carluccio

Lochlan Constable

JackGreenwood

Isaac Hovar

Rory Jordan

Angelo Kalamvokis

Fabian Monge

Noah Pagden

Dean Pelekanos

Jamie Percevski

Yousef Sawalha

Jake Trew

Evan Tsakos

Jacob Vasiliou

Daniel Wilmering

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