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Kick off 11:00 (UK)

22 October 2022 Venue Unavailable Attendance

Kick off 11:00 (UK)

Plymouth Argyle U18
2 - 3
Oxford United U18
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PREVIEW Plymouth Argyle U18 v Oxford United U18

Young U's head for Plymouth

21 October 2022

Oxford United’s Under 18s face their longest trip of the season when they travel to Plymouth Argyle on Saturday in the EFL Youth Alliance.

The U’s, fourth in the table, travel to second placed Argyle with Coach Pablo Haysham telling us

“We’ve had a few injuries of late and that has meant chances for the under 16s, which has been great. We have always said that it is these long trips to places like Plymouth where you really have to show character and we need to show a bit of that anyway after losing to the leaders, Bournemouth, last weekend.

“It’s not easy getting up early, making that journey on Saturday and then being ready to play with an early kick-off, but you need to prepare properly and be ready for that challenge.

“The game won't be easy, Plymouth are a strong team, but we think we are a good side as well so it should be a good game.”

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Match Reports

Under 18s win in Plymouth

Last minute winner helps youth team win

24 October 2022

Oxford United’s under 18s had a remarkable win at Plymouth on Saturday with a last minute winner sealing a 3-2 win.

Coach Chris Hackett told us:

“As we know, an early kick off at Plymouth means you need to get your preparations right and be nice and sharp, even if you have left Oxford very early. I thought we dealt with that and it was pretty even for the first half although we conceded a goal and were 1-0 down at the break.

“But we got back into it straight away when Harrison Bradney, one of our under 16s, scored to make it 1-1. Then Gatlin O’Donkor made it 2-1 and we thought we had got the game won until Plymouth made it 2-2 with two minutes into injury time.

“The boys deserve enormous credit for their reaction because rather than just settle for a draw away from home they went straight up the other end from kick-off and Kasway Burton scored to win the game 3-2!

“Obviously having two of the under 16s score and to win away at a good side like Plymouth  can only be positives and we were really pleased with the way we played.”

Marriott, Maxwell, Sankoh, Franklin, Gerrard, Took-Oxley, Brenan, Bradney, Burton, O’Donkor, Elliott-Wheeler

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