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2018-19 Premier League Under-18 (South Division)

NORWICH CITY : Premier League Under-18

SOUTHAMPTON : Premier League Under-18

SWANSEA CITY : Premier League Under-18

Anang

Ngakia

Baptiste

Alese

Greenidge (McGeachy)

Belic

Nebyla (Okotcha)

Parkes

Rosa

Spyrides

Longelo (Forson)

 

Little Heath

3 - 2 (Longelo, Nebyla, Parkes)

18 August 2018

BRIGHTON & HOVE ALBION : FA Youth Cup (Third Round)

NORWICH CITY : Premier League Under-18

SWANSEA CITY : Premier League Under-18

Little Heath

2 - 0 (Longelo, Parkes)

19 January 2019

Harness

Appiah-Forson

Okotcha

Baptiste

Greenidge

Parkes

Chesters

Giddings

Diallo (El Mhassani 21 min) (Adebayo 72 min)

Longelo

Rosa (Boaitey)

 

ASTON VILLA : Premier League Under-18

TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR : Premier League Under-18

ARSENAL : Premier League Under-18

Colney Training Centre

4 - 1 (Rosa 3 [2 pens], Parkes)

11 August 2018

Anang

Ngakia

Alese

Baptiste (Okotcha)

McGeachy (Greenidge)

Belic

Nebyla (Forson)

Spyrides

Rosa

Parkes

Longelo

A Bernardo Rosa hat-trick sealed a perfect opening day win for West Ham United’s U18s on Saturday as they were 4-1 winners over Norwich City in the Premier League U18 division.

The Brazilian gave the Hammers the lead in the first half before Veron Parkes added another early in the second half.

The Canaries pulled one back to make a game of it, but two penalties dispatched by Rosa himself put the visitors out of sight and secured three points for the new duo of coaches – Jack Collison and Mark Phillips – in the dugout.

The Hammers ensured their record remained at 100 per cent thanks to goals from Emmanuel Longelo, Veron Parkes and Sebastian Nebyla in the 3-2 win over Southampton. The Hammers had plenty of confidence but fell behind on 17 minutes when the Saints’ Christian Norton put them in front. With nine minutes left of the first half, the Hammers equalised. A driving run from Ajibola Alese pushed Southampton back before the defender’s pass found the run of Longelo, whose first effort was blocked before the youngster bagged at the second attempt to make it 1-1. Just before the half time whistle, Jack Collison and Steve Potts’ side went in front. A long throw-in from Will Greenidge was flicked into the path of Parkes, who, drifting inside the pitch from the left, fired a wicked shot back across the keeper inside the near post from 20 yards.

Southampton came back out in the second half raring to go and it was all square again just before the hour mark when Kayne Ramsey found the net. But with just the Hammers pushing, a slice of luck came with just five minutes left on the clock and with it, the winner. Parkes, dangerous throughout, once again drifted inside and unleashed a stinging drive which struck Nebyla on the back and deflected in.

Landore Training Centre

1 - 0 (Rosa)

25 August 2018

Anang

Ngakia

Baptiste (Okotcha)

Alese

Greenidge

Adarkwa (Appiah-Forson)

Rosa

Stroud

Parkes

Spyrides

Longelo (Corbett)

Little Heath

4 -1 (Parkes 2, Adarkwa, Longelo)

1 September 2018

Anang

Wilson-Esbrand

Alese

Okotcha

Ngakia (Greenidge)

NebylaAppiah-Forson

Longelo

Spyrides (Peake)

Parkes

Adarkwa (El Mhassani)

FULHAM : Premier League Under-18

ASTON VILLA : Premier League Under-18

Jinadu

Greenidge

Okotcha

Alese

Wilson-Esbrand

Nebyla (Appiah-Forson)

Stroud

Longelo

Parkes

Spyrides (Watson)

Adarkwa

Bodymoor Heath

0 - 1

15 September 2018

West Ham United U18s’ 100 per cent record came to an end as Aston Villa broke Hammers’ hearts with two minutes remaining in the Midlands. Winger Colin Odutayo was the hero for the hosts, finishing off a late counter attack to put an end to Mark Phillips and Jack Collison’s team’s perfect start. West Ham had the first chance early on when after just seven minutes both centre-backs Josh Okotcha and Ajibola Alese could have scored during the same move.  A Sebastian Nebyla free-kick was swung in and Okotcha’s shot was saved before Alese blazed over from the resulting rebound. The Hammers remained on top throughout the first half and tested the Villa keeper Viljami Sinisalo for the first time seven minutes before the break. A stinging shot by joint top-scorer Veron Parkes saw the Finnish stopper dive high to his right, pushing the effort away to keep the scoreline goalless.

In the second period, West Ham continued to control the match as Louie Watson came on to bolster the middle of the park, but their dominance in possession could not be converted into goals. And with two minutes left on the clock, that frustration was multiplied as Villa struck the first and very late blow.

LEICESTER CITY : Premier League Cup (Group E)

Belvoir Drive Training Ground

1 - 4 (Adarkwa

8 December 2018

Sanneh

Appiah-Forson (Spyrides)

Wilson-Esbrand

Stroud (Giddings)

Okotcha

Alese

Longelo (Nsumbu)

Nebyla

Adarkwa

Chesters

Parkes

 

West Ham United's interest in the U18 Premier League Cup came to an end with a 4-1 defeat at Leicester City.

 

The Hammers scored through Sean Adarkwa just after the hour-mark, but defeat saw Mark Phillips and Jack Collison's side finish bottom of Group E below Manchester City and Blackburn Rovers, who both progress to the knockout stages, along with the Foxes.

Chigwell Construction Stadium

1 - 1 (Diallo) lost 4-5 pens

3 December 2018

Sanneh

Ngakia

Okotcha

Alese

Fevrier

Belic (Nebyla)

Longelo (Parkes)

Mingi (Chesters)

Rosa

Diallo

Adarkwa

After 120 competitive minutes, West Ham United are eliminated from the FA Youth Cup at the third-round stage for the sixth season in a row.

 

It all looked to be going right for the Hammers when Amadou Diallo scored within six minutes, and they probably should have been further in front by half-time.

 

As it happened, they weren't and Danny Cashman equalised. Serine Sanneh then saved Harry Jenks' penalty in the first half of extra-time, but the Seagulls were spot-on in the shootout that followed to edge through 5-4 on spot-kicks.

Little Heath

2 - 0 (Parkes, Rosa)

12 January 2019

Harvey

Wilson-Esbrand

Okotcha

Greenidge

Baptiste

Rosa (Corbett)

Parkes

Belic (Appiah-Forson)

Nebyla

Chesters

Longelo (Fevrier)

West Ham United’s scholars scored their first win of 2019 with a 2-0 U18 Premier League South victory over Norwich City.

 

The Hammers, who had lost heavily at Southampton in their previous fixture, scored two first-half goals at Little Heath to complete a league double over the Canaries.

 

And fittingly the goals were shared between the same players who scored them in that win back in August – forwards Veron Parkes and Bernardo Rosa.

 

Parkes, 17, made it six goals in nine league appearances this season when he converted Will Greenidge’s pass on 32 minutes, before the same player provided his second assist of the game for Rosa, who doubled West Ham’s lead two minutes after half-time.

Manager: Mark Phillips and Jack Collison

West Ham United U18s’ blistering start to the 2018/19 campaign continued as they thrashed London rivals Fulham 4-1 at Little Heath.

Veron Parkes grabbed his third and fourth goals of what has already been an impressive first season as a scholar before Emmanuel Longelo added a second to his season tally. Sean Adarkwa – who was prolific for the Hammers during pre-season – scored the side’s fourth.

Fulham’s Jean-Pierre Tiehi did bag for the visitors to make it 2-1, but Jack Collison and Mark Phillips’ team were too strong throughout the clash in east London.

BLACKBURN ROVERS : Premier League Cup (Group E)

Blackburn Rovers Training Centre

0 - 3

29 September 2018

Jinadu

Greenidge

Okotcha

Baptiste (Nsumbu)

Hannam (Fevrier)

Stroud

Nebyla

Spyrides (Appiah-Forson)

Rosa

Parkes

Diallo

West Ham United's U18s were beaten 3-0 in their first Premier League Cup fixture of the season as they travelled to Blackburn Rovers.

Three first half goals did the damage for Rovers, who opened the scoring through Luke Brennan just 18 minutes in when he cut inside before firing in at the near post.

The Hammers could do little about the hosts' second, as George Wilson rocketed in a 30-yard screamer to give Jack Collison and Mark Phillips' side a mountain to climb.

And the win was sealed by Blackburn four minutes later as Sam Burns struck with the outside of his foot to make the game safe nine minutes before the break.

TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR : Premier League Under-18

Little Heath

0 - 9

22 September 2018

Anang

Greenidge

Baptiste

Wilson-Esbrand

Diallo

Appiah-Forson

Okotcha (Nsumbu)

Stroud (Hannam)

Parkes (Peake)

Longelo

Nebyla

 

West Ham United U18s manager Mark Phillips was in philosophical mood after seeing his side beaten 9-0 by Tottenham Hotspur.

After starting the U18 Premier League Southern Division season with four straight wins, the Hammers followed a narrow defeat at Aston Villa by being overwhelmed by Spurs at a rain-soaked Rush Green.

Amazingly, West Ham edged the opening 45 minutes and missed a number of decent chances before falling behind to two goals in added time at the end of the first half.

After the break it was a different game as Tottenham took advantage of a shell-shocked and inexperienced home team featuring three schoolboy starters to run riot with seven further goals.

 

 

 

ARSENAL : Premier League Under-18

Anang

Greenidge

Alese

Baptiste

Fevrier

Appiah-Forson (Stroud)

Diallo (Nebyla)

Rosa

Parkes

Adarkwa

Longelo

London Colney

1 - 2 (Alese)

6 October 2018

Little Heath

Score

Date

Anang

Greenidge

Okotcha

Baptiste

Wilson-Esbrand (Spryrides)

Stroud

Appiah-Forson

Fevrier

Chesters (Mingi)

Diallo

Parkes (Corbett)

CHELSEA : Premier League Under-18

LEICESTER CITY : Premier League Under-18

MANCHESTER CITY : Premier League Cup (Group E)

READING : Premier League Under-18

BRIGHTON & HOVE ALBION : Premier League Under-18

SOUTHAMPTON : Premier League Under-18

FULHAM : Premier League Under-18

LEICESTER CITY : Premier League Under-18

CHELSEA : Premier League Under-18

READING : Premier League Under-18

BRIGHTON & HOVE ALBION : Premier League Under-18

Devoir Drive Training Ground

1 - 2 (Fevrier)

3 November 2018

Little Heath

3 - 2 (Diallo 2, Nebyla)

10 November 2018

Jinadu

Ngakia

Fevrier

Belic (Nebyla)

Okotcha

Alese

Rosa (Spyrides)

Mingi

Longelo (Parkes)

Chesters

Diallo

Hogwood Park

2 - 0 (Belic, Diallo)

24 November 2018

Jinadu

Ngakia

Fevrier

Belic (Nebyla)

Okotcha

Alese

Longelo (Parkes)

Mingi

Adarkwa

Rosa (Chesters)

Diallo

 

 

Little Heath

2 - 2 (Adarkwa 2)

15 December 2018

Sanneh

Arrey-Mbi

Wilson-Esbrand (Fevrier)

Ngakia

Baptiste

Okotcha

Chesters

Nebyla (Giddings)

Stroud

Adarkwa (Corbett)

Parkes

Sean Adarkwa kicked-off the busiest day of his young career by scoring both goals as West Ham United U18s came from behind twice to draw 2-2 with Brighton & Hove Albion.

 

The Hammers trailed twice to the Seagulls at a bitterly cold Little Heath, where two goals from Ryan Longman put the visitors ahead at the break.

 

However, Adarkwa had already equalised once when he latched onto Veron Parkes’ pass and levelled matters for a second time seven minutes after half-time.

 

Having secured a point for his team in U18 Premier League South at lunchtime, the 18-year-old striker made the short journey to Chigwell Construction Stadium to take his place on the bench for the U23s’s Premier League 2 clash with Brighton. Unfortunately, he was unable to repeat the trick as the Hammers fell to a 4-2 defeat.

 

Three Saturday matches for West Ham United’s men’s teams had an effect on the U18s on as they were beaten 5-1 by Southampton in the U18 Premier League Southern Division.

 

With the Academy of Football’s U23 side travelling to Manchester City while the first team hosted Birmingham City in the FA Cup, Jack Collison and Mark Phillips’ side were left slightly depleted and found the going tough on the south coast.

 

Young defender Jayden Fevrier bagged his second goal of an impressive campaign to halve the deficit in the second half, but three late strikes from the Saints put a gloss on the scoreline.

Staplewood

1 - 5 (Fevrier)

5 January 2019

Sanneh

Stroud

Greenidge

Okotcha

Hannam (Fevrier)

Giddings

Chesters (Nebyla)

Watson (Appiah-Forson)

Rosa

Longelo

Parkes

Little Heath

3 - 1 (Hannam, Rosa, Watson)

23 February 2019

Tottenham Hotspur Training Ground

3 - 5 (Diallo, Nebyla, Parkes)

2 March 2019

Motspur Park

0 - 2

9 March 2019

Little Heath

2 - 5 (Longelo, [og])

16 March 2019

Little Heath

4 - 1 (Longelo 2, Rosa, Parkes)

30 March 2019

Cobham

2 -2 (Diallo [pen], Longelo)

6 April 2019

Little Heath

0 - 3

13 April 2019

American Express Elite Performance Centre

1 - 3 (Chesters)

27 April 2019

Sanneh

Ngakia (Dalipi)

Wilson-Esbrand

Mingi (Appiah-Forson)

Okotcha

Baptiste

Fevrier

Stroud

Spyrides (Corbett)

Johnson

Parkes

 

A late goal saw West Ham United suffer a narrow 2-1 U18 Premier League South defeat at Arsenal.

The Hammers, who started three schoolboys at London Colney, had come from a goal down to level through captain Ajibola Alese early in the second half, only for the Gunners to snatch victory when substitute Stanley Flaherty netted with just seven minutes remaining.

West Ham United’s U18s fell to London derby defeat on Saturday as Chelsea were 5-0 winners at Little Heath.

The Hammers, who fielded four schoolboys from the start against the Blues, endured a tough first 45 minutes as they found themselves four down at the break.

Tino Anjorin opened the scoring with a free-kick, before Henry Lawrence added a second.

Marcel Lewis made it three on the 20-minute mark, and it was almost certainly game over as Thierno Ballo headed in Chelsea’s fourth.

Seven minutes into the second half, Ballo grabbed his second as he was on hand to slide it over the line to make it 5-0 but the Hammers stood up strong and closed the floodgates for the remainder of the half.

 

West Ham United’s scholars fell to a fifth U18 Premier League South defeat in a row on an emotional day at Leicester City.

The young Hammers visited the King Power Stadium prior to kick-off, laying a wreath and paying their respects to Leicester chairman Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha and the four other victims of the recent helicopter tragedy.

Jack Collison’s squad then travelled the short distance to the Foxes’ training ground, where a minute’s silence was held in memory of those who died the previous weekend.

When the game began at 12noon, Leicester went ahead within seven minutes through Ethan Fitzhugh.

There were no further goals until the 71st minute, when Terell Pennant converted Will Russ’s pass to put the hosts two goals to the good.

Schoolboy Jayden Fevrier, 15, halved West Ham’s arrears with seven minutes to play by scoring his first goal at U18 level.

But, despite the Hammers’ efforts to fashion a late equaliser, Leicester held on to secure their fourth consecutive league win.

Jack Collison was full of praise for West Ham United’s youth-team players after their 2-0 U18 Premier League South win at Reading.

The Irons followed up their 3-2 U18 Premier League Cup win over Manchester City before the international break with another impressive all-round performance.

Schoolboy striker Amadou Diallo made it three goals in two matches by opening the scoring on 18 minutes, before turning provider for captain Kristijan Belic to net his first for the club five minutes after half-time.

At the other end, goalkeeper Daniel Jinadu and defenders Jamal Baptiste, Josh Okotcha, Jeremy Ngakia and Jayden Fevrier were rewarded for fine displays, both individually and collectively, as the Hammers kept their first clean sheet in nine matches in all competitions.

Emmanuel Longelo and Veron Parkes were the youngsters who got the goals to secure three points for Mark Phillips' young and relatively inexperienced side, following a fine 4-1 home win over Norwich City a week previously.

 

Longelo converted from Jake Giddings' pass on 18 minutes to open the scoring before the in-form Parkes made the game safe by scoring the second eleven minutes from the end.

 

A seventh win of the season did not come easy for the Irons, who lost two players to illness an hour before kick-off and had a number of first-year scholars and schoolboys away with Jack Collison at an U17 tournament in Germany.

 

Phillips handed debuts to schoolboys Benicio Boaitey and Iyiola Adebayo from the bench, while outstanding 15-year-old Amadou Diallo started on the left wing and fellow U16 Jamal Baptiste put in another strong performance at centre-back.

 

West Ham United’s scholars produced a fine performance to overcome Aston Villa and rise to fourth in the U18 Premier League South table.

 

The Hammers fell behind on a sunny Saturday afternoon at Little Heath, but goals from Reece Hannam, Louie Watson and Bernardo Rosa ensured Mark Phillips and Jack Collison’s team collected all three points.

 

Sanneh

Stroud (Wilson-Esbrand)

Hannam (Ashby)

Appiah-Forson

Okotcha

Baptiste

Parkes

Giddings

Longelo

Watson

Diallo (Nebyla)

Sanneh

Ashby (Wilson-Esbrand)

Hannam

Greenidge

Baptiste

Rosa

Watson

Longelo (Parkes)

Chesters (Nebyla)

Giddings

Diallo

Sanneh

Greenidge (Ashby)

Hannam

Okotcha

Baptiste

Rosa

Chesters

Watson

Nebyla (Giddings)

Diallo (Longelo)

Adarkwa

Sanneh

Ashby

Okotcha

Wilson-Esbrand

Hannam

Belioc (Appiah-Forson)

Rosa (Diallo)

Giddings (Stroud)

Watson

Parkes

Longelo

Sanneh

Ashby

Wilson-Esbrand

Okotcha

Giddings

Belic (Nebyla)

Watson (Appiah-Forson)

Longelo

Diallo

Fevrier

Parkes

 

Roach

Appiah-Forson

Okotcha

Ashby

Hannam

Belic

Giddings (El Massani)

Watson (Spyrides)

Reid (Longelo)

Parkes

Adarkwa

Hegyi

Ashby

Okotcha

Greenidge

Chesters

Giddings (Stroud)

Watson

Parkes

Diallo

Myring (Corbett)

Longelo (Nsumbu)

West Ham United’s scholars came close to pulling off a remarkable comeback before being edged out 5-3 by Tottenham Hotspur in U18 Premier League South.

 

The Hammers went in four goals down at half-time, raising fears of a repeat of the 9-0 thrashing the U18s took in the reverse fixture back in September, only for a stirring second half performance to see them close within a single goal with 21 minutes remaining.

 

A late strike secured all three points for the unbeaten hosts at the Tottenham Hotspur Training Centre in Chigwell, but lead U18s coach Mark Phillips was proud of the way his players responded in the second 45 minutes.

 

West Ham United slipped down two places to sixth in U18 Premier League South after losing 5-2 at home to leaders Arsenal.

 

The Gunners completed a 'double' over the Hammers at Little Heath, racing into a three-goal half-time lead through strikes from Zak Swanson, Folarin Balogun and Joel Lopez Salguero.

 

Mark McGuinness made it 4-0 six minutes after half-time before Balogun added his second and the visitors' fifth with 18 minutes to play.

 

To their credit, the Irons stuck to their task and Emmanuel Longelo pulled a goal back before McGuinness put through his own net to make the final scoreline more respectable.

 

Emmanuel Longelo scored two goals and Louie Watson chalked up three assists as West Ham United thrashed Leicester City 4-1 in U18 Premier League South.

The Hammers rose to fifth in the table after scoring twice in each half at Little Heath, registering a victory that also ended their three-match losing run.

Longelo netted his fifth and sixth goals of the season to bookend strikes from Bernardo Rosa and Veron Parkes.

The 18-year-old forward opened the scoring on 15 minutes from Rosa’s pass before Luke Thomas equalised for Leicester nine minutes later.

Midfielder Watson then made the first of three goals for the Portuguese forward, putting the Irons back on top on the stroke of half-time.

An entertaining game saw both teams create chances in the second half, but it was Parkes who settled matters eight minutes from full-time, converting Watson’s assist to make it 3-1 to the home side.

And Longelo completed a fine afternoon’s work for the Hammers three minutes later, converting yet another Watson pass to ensure Mark Phillips’ side still have a decent chance of securing a top-four finish.

Emmanuel Longelo continued his fine run of form with another goal as West Ham United drew 2-2 at Chelsea in U18 Premier League South.

The forward made it four goals in his last three league matches and eight for the season to secure a point for the Hammers at Cobham.

 

Earlier, Amadou Diallo had opened the scoring with a tenth-minute penalty, before Chelsea’s George Nunn equalised nine minutes later.

 

Longelo, who had scored once in a 5-2 defeat by Arsenal and twice in a 4-1 win over Leicester City, then put the Irons back in front with eleven minutes remaining, only for Pierre Ekwah to level matters for a second time moments later.

 

The point gained from what was just a second draw in 20 U18 Premier League matches played leaves West Ham fifth in the eleven-team table.

West Ham United’s hopes of securing a top-four finish in U18 Premier League South were ended with a 3-0 defeat by Reading at Little Heath.

 

With a number of outstanding first-year scholars away at the Generation adidas Cup in Dallas this weekend, the Hammers were beaten by three first-half goals.

 

Nahum Melvin-Lambert put Reading in front on 18 minutes before Dejan Tetek doubled the visitors’ lead ten minutes later. An own-goal from West Ham goalkeeper Josh Roach completed a forgettable opening 45 minutes for the Irons.

 

That result left the young Irons are now sixth, three points behind fourth-placed Southampton and two behind Brighton and Hove Albion in fifth, with a vastly inferior goal difference to both south coast clubs, with just one match remaining.

 

West Ham United's U18 Premier League South campaign ended in defeat as Brighton and Hove Albion ran out 3-1 winners at The Amex Elite Football Performance Centre.

 

As had happened at home to Reading last time out, the Hammers were beaten by three quickfire first-half goals.

 

Stefan Vukoje put the Seagulls in front on 23 minutes before Jack Spong, whose goal knocked West Ham out of the FA Youth Cup back in December, doubled the home side's advantage.

 

Swiss teenager Lorent Tolaj made it 3-0 to Brighton on 32 minutes, effectively ending the game as a contest, before Daniel Chesters pulled one back for West Ham midway through the second half.

 

Defeat meant the Hammers were overtaken by Aston Villa and Leicester City on the final day of the season and ended 2018-19 in eighth place.

Sanneh

Greenidge

Okotcha

Wilson-Esbrand

Fevrier

Appiah-Forson

Belic (Giddings)

Rosa (Corbett)

Chesters

Longelo (Nebyla)

Parkes

 

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West Ham United U18s’ 100 per cent record remains intact in Premier League U18 after their 1-0 win over Swansea City.

Bernardo Rosa’s second half goal was enough to give a dominant Hammers side all three points in south Wales and see them stay at the top of the southern league table alongside fellow London outfits Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur.

The visitors created numerous opportunities in their third fixture of the campaign but had to wait until the 76th minute to break the deadlock, when a Swansea clearance landed at the feet of Rosa who struck low into the bottom corner.

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The young Hammers triumphed by the odd goal in five in a see-saw contest at Little Heath, which saw them take the lead three times - and crucially hold on to the advantage on the third occasion.

Amadou Diallo scored a brace, while substitutes Odysseas Spyrides and Sebastian Nebyla combined for the latter to notch the all-important third goal eight minutes from time.

The victory gets the Hammers U18 Premier League Cup campaign back on track with three points from two group stage games and Collison hopes his team can build on a fine result.

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