2010–11 Premier Academy League

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2010–11 Premier Academy League
Champions Everton U18s

The 2010–11 Premier Academy League Under–18 season is the fourteenth edition since the establishment of The Premier Academy League, and the seventh under the current make-up.

All teams played the other teams in their group twice and play 10 inter-group fixtures, producing 28 games a season. Eight of the inter-group games were played against teams in their 'paired group' (i.e. A–B and C–D are the paired groups), whilst the remaining two games comprise one game against a team in each of the two remaining groups. Winners of each group qualify for play-offs.

League tables[edit]

Academy Group A[edit]

Updated as of 16 April 2011

Pos
Team
Pld
W
D
L
GD
Pts
1
Southampton U18s
27
14
5
8
+12
47
2
Fulham U18s
27
13
6
8
+14
45
3
Norwich City U18s
26
12
5
9
+6
41
4
West Ham United U18s
26
13
1
12
+4
40
5
Arsenal U18s
27
11
3
13
-7
36
6
Crystal Palace U18s
26
11
3
12
-8
36
7
Ipswich Town U18s
26
8
7
11
-10
31
8
Chelsea U18s
23
8
5
10
-3
29
9
Charlton Athletic U18s
26
8
5
13
-6
29
10
Portsmouth U18s
25
4
4
17
-28
16

Academy Group B[edit]

Pos
Team
Pld
W
D
L
GD
Pts
1
Aston Villa U18
28
18
6
4
+39
60
2
Leicester City U18s
28
17
5
6
+28
56
3
Watford U18s
28
16
5
7
+14
53
4
Tottenham Hotspur U18s
28
13
6
9
+4
45
5
Reading U18s
28
14
2
12
+10
44
6
Birmingham City U18
27
11
5
11
-4
38
8
Bristol City U18s
28
10
3
15
-15
33
8
Coventry City U18s
28
6
12
10
-4
30
9
Cardiff City U18s
28
7
6
15
-19
27
10
Milton Keynes Dons U18s
27
2
4
21
-49
10

Academy Group C[edit]

Pos
Team
Pld
W
D
L
GD
Pts
1
Everton U18s
28
17
7
4
+25
58
2
Liverpool U18s
28
17
6
5
+37
57
3
Bolton Wanderers U18s
26
16
4
8
+7
46
4
Manchester City U18s
24
12
9
3
+8
45
5
Manchester United U18s
25
11
5
9
+8
38
6
Wolverhampton Wanderers U18s
24
11
4
9
+10
37
7
West Bromwich Albion U18s
25
10
7
8
+4
37
8
Crewe Alexandra U18s
26
11
2
13
-4
35
9
Blackburn Rovers U18s
26
9
5
12
+0
32
10
Stoke City U18s
27
5
3
19
-30
18

Academy Group D[edit]

Pos
Team
Pld
W
D
L
GD
Pts
1
Nottingham Forest U18s
26
14
3
9
+17
45
2
Sheffield United u18s
23
11
3
9
+5
36
3
Sunderland u18s
20
10
5
5
+13
35
4
Newcastle United U18s
22
10
5
7
+7
35
5
Barnsley u18s
23
10
5
8
+5
35
6
Middlesbrough U18s
24
9
3
12
-13
30
7
Leeds United U18s
22
9
2
11
-13
29
8
Derby County u18s
26
7
3
16
-2
24
9
Sheffield Wednesday U18s
25
6
5
14
-26
23
10
Huddersfield Town u18s
25
5
4
16
-28
19

Rules for classification: 1st points; 2nd goal difference; 3rd goals scored
Pos = Position; Pld = Matches played; W = Matches won; D = Matches drawn; L = Matches lost; GF = Goals for; GA = Goals against; GD = Goal difference; Pts = Points
Q = Qualified for playoffs; C = Champions

Play-off semi-finals[edit]

9 May 2011
12:00pm
Everton U18s 3 - 2 Aston Villa U18
Tom Donegan Goal 29'35'
Conor McAleny Goal 85'
Graham Burke Goal 23'
Michael Drennan Goal 70'

10 May 2011
Fulham U18s 3 – 3 (a.e.t.) Sunderland U18s
Alex Smith Goal 52'
Marcello Trotta Goal 70'
Kerim Frei Goal 93'
Craig Lynch Goal 9'
Jordan Laidler Goal 73'
Alejandro Gorrin Goal 96'
  Penalties  
4 – 1
Motspur Park Athletics Stadium

Play-off Final[edit]

13 May 2011
Fulham Under 18s 1 – 2 Everton Under 18s
Ronny Minkwitz Goal 75' Adam Thomas Goal 81'
George Waring Goal 89'


FULHAM U18s:
1 Finland Jesse Joronen
2 Spain Christian Marquez-Sanchez
3 England Alex Smith
4 England Josh Pritchard
5 Ivory Coast Cheick Toure (c)
6 England Stephen Arthurworrey
7 England Alex Brister
8 Germany Ronny Minkwitz
9 Italy Marcello Trotta
10 Switzerland Kerim Frei
11 England Courtney Harris
Substitutes:
12 Wales Richard Peniket
13 England Grant Smith
14 England Charles Banya
15 England Josh Passley
16 Australia Corey Gameiro
Coach:
Wales Kit Symons
EVERTON U18s:
1 England Adam Davies
2 England Tyias Browning
3 England Luke Garbutt
4 England Jake Bidwell (c)
5 England Eric Dier
6 England Jordan Barrow Substituted off 76'
7 England Conor McAleny
8 England Tom Donegan
9 Republic of Ireland Ged Kinsella
10 England Anton Forrester
11 England Adam Thomas
Substitutes:
12 England George Waring Substituted in 76'
13 Wales Connor Roberts
14 England Ryan Higgins
15 England Tom Molyneux
16 England Daniel O'Brien
Coach:
England Neil Dewsnip

See also[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]

Match reports can be found at each club's official website:
Group A Group B Group C Group D