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FA Youth Cup 2013

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Fifth Round Proper

Saturday, 09/02/2013 19:00 Chelsea v Barnsley
Sixth Round Proper draw

Winners play Derby County or Manchester City

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FA YOUTH CUP REPORT: CHELSEA 3 BARNSLEY 0

Posted on: Fri 15 Feb 2013

Summary

Chelsea booked our place in the

quarter-finals of the FA Youth Cup with a comfortable 3-0 victory over

Barnsley at Staines Town courtesy of a ruthless first-half performance

in which all three goals were scored.

Lewis Baker opened the scoring on the half-hour, crashing a free-kick

beyond Elliott Chadderton, before Alex Kiwomya doubled our lead five

minutes later.

Two minutes before the break, Kiwomya put us firmly in the ascendancy

with his second of the night, an absolutely unstoppable strike which

was fit to grace any occasion.

Nathan Ake and Reece Mitchell both went close after the break, while Kiwomya should have secured his hat-trick late in the game.

The holders, however, march on, and we will now face either Manchester City or Derby County away in the next round

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FA YOUTH CUP REPORT: CHELSEA 3 BARNSLEY 0

Posted on: Fri 15 Feb 2013

Summary

Chelsea booked our place in the

quarter-finals of the FA Youth Cup with a comfortable 3-0 victory over

Barnsley at Staines Town courtesy of a ruthless first-half performance

in which all three goals were scored.

Lewis Baker opened the scoring on the half-hour, crashing a free-kick

beyond Elliott Chadderton, before Alex Kiwomya doubled our lead five

minutes later.

Two minutes before the break, Kiwomya put us firmly in the ascendancy

with his second of the night, an absolutely unstoppable strike which

was fit to grace any occasion.

Nathan Ake and Reece Mitchell both went close after the break, while Kiwomya should have secured his hat-trick late in the game.

The holders, however, march on, and we will now face either Manchester City or Derby County away in the next round

Nice :)

Did you go? I miss working in Chiswick, always able to pop down see the reserves and U21 even saw Roman there once ;)

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Nice :)

Did you go? I miss working in Chiswick, always able to pop down see the reserves and U21 even saw Roman there once ;)

No had to work late .plus saving all my money for Ajax in the Europa league if we both qualify cant beat Amsterdam for a good night out :beer:

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Some of the football from us is really neat.

Why isn't Feruz playing by the way? Sub on Sunday perhaps..

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Why isn't Feruz playing by the way? Sub on Sunday perhaps..

Doubt it. Ba will start and ladyboy will be on the bench.

HT. Still 1-0 through Baker's pen.

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FA YOUTH CUP DATE SET

Posted on: Tue 19 Mar 2013

We can confirm the FA Youth Cup semi-final first leg away to Liverpool will be played at Anfield on Friday, April 12.

The game will be played at Anfield and will kick off at 7.45pm, with live coverage on Chelsea TV.

Ticket prices are £5 for adults and £1 for children. Tickets will be available on the day of the game.

The date for the second leg at Stamford Bridge is yet to be confirmed.

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Should be an excellent semi-final. Two teams with really talented players.. Hopefully we can get to the final and most importantly win it. BTW, Brendan Rodgers as hinted that he will give Raheem Sterling a run out, a player who has played a huge part of Liverpool's first team this season. They also have Ibe who is tipped to be one of their next big things. Hope Sterling plays. Will be an intriguing battle.

Can't wait!

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FA Youth Cup XI v Liverpool: Beeney, Aina, Davey, Christensen, Wright, Baker ©, Loftus-Cheek, Colkett, Boga, Kiwomya, Feruz.

Subs: Killip, Conroy, Dabo, Swift, Hunte.

Very young side. Its a two-legged tie, no away goals rule.

Also glad to have Adi Viveash coaching and not Dermont Dummy (why was he coaching next-gen anyways).

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