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Matheson 13:33 - Feb 7 with 2695 viewsSaxonDale

Starting for England U17s this afternoon.
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Matheson on 15:42 - Feb 7 with 2537 viewsleedsdale

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Matheson on 15:58 - Feb 7 with 2485 viewsdingdangblue

Looks like England won 3-2.


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Matheson on 16:06 - Feb 7 with 2453 viewsYorkshire_Dale

Wow.......great stuff for the kid and the Club albeit at U17.

Is that the stadt that young Dan played and scored for Les Anglais?


There's a trend developing here and it's good news for our Academy.

Well done Luke.
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Matheson on 16:12 - Feb 7 with 2433 viewsDaleiLama

Team full of Internationals
We're just a team full of Internationals

Come on you Dayul
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Matheson on 16:14 - Feb 7 with 2423 viewsEllDale

Makes you so very proud of our club.
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Matheson on 20:04 - Feb 7 with 2049 viewsSuddenLad

When you look at the other members of the squad and see Arsenal, Chelsea, Tottenham, Man City, Benfica and clubs like that whose players are in the squad, then you see Luke as a Dale player, it make you realiise what a special talent he must be and how our academy is becoming recognised as a wonderful environment for young players.

There is a really bright future for these youngsters, whether with us at Dale or in their future careers elsewhere.

The goalkeeper was Louie Moulden from Manchester City. I wonder if he is the son of former Dale (and City) player, Paul Moulden ?

Great result, excellent recognition for Luke and for the club. There must be some very proud people today at Spotland.

“Many of life’s failures are people who did not realise how close they were to success when they gave up.”

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Matheson on 20:11 - Feb 7 with 2026 viewsscarrow

The EFL recap this week on the official site has brought back some memories. The reputation Dale has for bringing through youngsters is definitely beneficial for the club. A great job being job by all those involved.

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Matheson on 20:34 - Feb 7 with 1964 viewsColDale

If Luke is playing u17, then he's playing as an underage player. U16 would be his natural age at the moment.
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Matheson on 20:38 - Feb 7 with 1955 viewsMolly

Matheson on 20:04 - Feb 7 by SuddenLad

When you look at the other members of the squad and see Arsenal, Chelsea, Tottenham, Man City, Benfica and clubs like that whose players are in the squad, then you see Luke as a Dale player, it make you realiise what a special talent he must be and how our academy is becoming recognised as a wonderful environment for young players.

There is a really bright future for these youngsters, whether with us at Dale or in their future careers elsewhere.

The goalkeeper was Louie Moulden from Manchester City. I wonder if he is the son of former Dale (and City) player, Paul Moulden ?

Great result, excellent recognition for Luke and for the club. There must be some very proud people today at Spotland.


Yes, Louie is Paul Moulden's son.
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Matheson on 20:44 - Feb 7 with 1935 viewsSuddenLad

Matheson on 20:38 - Feb 7 by Molly

Yes, Louie is Paul Moulden's son.
[Post edited 7 Feb 20:39]


Thanks. I thought it might be.

“Many of life’s failures are people who did not realise how close they were to success when they gave up.”

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Matheson on 13:32 - Feb 12 with 1258 viewsBigDaveMyCock

Matheson on 20:38 - Feb 7 by Molly

Yes, Louie is Paul Moulden's son.
[Post edited 7 Feb 20:39]


Paul Moulden was my first favourite player. I grew up in Blackley and my dad used to take me to Maine Road when I was a puppy. It was around November/December 1986. City were awful and heading towards relegation. The club was crippled with debt incurred in the excesses of the Big Mal era. Billy McNeil, who had performed a minor miracle, the previous season in keeping City up had gone and it was only a sprinkle of grit and genuine quality in Mick McCarthy, Neil Mcnab and Clive Wilson that stopped what was a team of journey men free transfers and not yet ready youngsters from racking up a points total as low as Derby and Sunderland have amassed in the top flight.
Although he’d played a smattering of games, caretaker manager Jimmy Frizzell had nothing to lose in giving the very young Moulden a run in the team. He was nothing short of a revelation.
He banged a number of goals in including one against an excellent, and soon to be Champions, Everton side. City crawled out of the bottom 3 and another unlikely survival looked possible. Unfortunately his injury jinx (he had a four leg breaks as a youngster) reared it’s head and he wasn’t available for the last third of the season. The goals dried up and City were eventually relegated.
He came back from injury 18 months later and fired City to promotion but he’d definitely lost a yard of pace. Although he went on to have a decent second tier career, he never had a chance to fulfill that early potential.
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Matheson on 14:50 - Feb 12 with 1145 viewsEllDale

Wasn't Tony Moulden (Paul's dad) a decent player in his own right as well?
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Matheson on 15:18 - Feb 12 with 1111 viewsTVOS1907

Matheson on 13:32 - Feb 12 by BigDaveMyCock

Paul Moulden was my first favourite player. I grew up in Blackley and my dad used to take me to Maine Road when I was a puppy. It was around November/December 1986. City were awful and heading towards relegation. The club was crippled with debt incurred in the excesses of the Big Mal era. Billy McNeil, who had performed a minor miracle, the previous season in keeping City up had gone and it was only a sprinkle of grit and genuine quality in Mick McCarthy, Neil Mcnab and Clive Wilson that stopped what was a team of journey men free transfers and not yet ready youngsters from racking up a points total as low as Derby and Sunderland have amassed in the top flight.
Although he’d played a smattering of games, caretaker manager Jimmy Frizzell had nothing to lose in giving the very young Moulden a run in the team. He was nothing short of a revelation.
He banged a number of goals in including one against an excellent, and soon to be Champions, Everton side. City crawled out of the bottom 3 and another unlikely survival looked possible. Unfortunately his injury jinx (he had a four leg breaks as a youngster) reared it’s head and he wasn’t available for the last third of the season. The goals dried up and City were eventually relegated.
He came back from injury 18 months later and fired City to promotion but he’d definitely lost a yard of pace. Although he went on to have a decent second tier career, he never had a chance to fulfill that early potential.
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And he scored a hat-trick for Dale in the Auto Windscreens v Darlington.

"Privvy to inside information" apparently.

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Matheson on 16:07 - Feb 12 with 1051 viewsjoecooke

Matheson on 13:32 - Feb 12 by BigDaveMyCock

Paul Moulden was my first favourite player. I grew up in Blackley and my dad used to take me to Maine Road when I was a puppy. It was around November/December 1986. City were awful and heading towards relegation. The club was crippled with debt incurred in the excesses of the Big Mal era. Billy McNeil, who had performed a minor miracle, the previous season in keeping City up had gone and it was only a sprinkle of grit and genuine quality in Mick McCarthy, Neil Mcnab and Clive Wilson that stopped what was a team of journey men free transfers and not yet ready youngsters from racking up a points total as low as Derby and Sunderland have amassed in the top flight.
Although he’d played a smattering of games, caretaker manager Jimmy Frizzell had nothing to lose in giving the very young Moulden a run in the team. He was nothing short of a revelation.
He banged a number of goals in including one against an excellent, and soon to be Champions, Everton side. City crawled out of the bottom 3 and another unlikely survival looked possible. Unfortunately his injury jinx (he had a four leg breaks as a youngster) reared it’s head and he wasn’t available for the last third of the season. The goals dried up and City were eventually relegated.
He came back from injury 18 months later and fired City to promotion but he’d definitely lost a yard of pace. Although he went on to have a decent second tier career, he never had a chance to fulfill that early potential.
[Post edited 12 Feb 13:34]


Came across him when my lad was at Academies,not a nice fella.
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Matheson on 21:41 - Feb 12 with 796 viewsBigDaveMyCock

Matheson on 14:50 - Feb 12 by EllDale

Wasn't Tony Moulden (Paul's dad) a decent player in his own right as well?


He was apparently. Played for Bury and Dale in the early 60s.
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Matheson on 22:01 - Feb 12 with 754 viewsTVOS1907

Matheson on 21:41 - Feb 12 by BigDaveMyCock

He was apparently. Played for Bury and Dale in the early 60s.


Bit of a brief career though.

Bury: 4 apps/0 goals
Dale: 8 apps/1 goal
Peterborough: 66 apps/9 goals
Notts County: 24 apps/1 goal

TOTAL: 102 apps/11 goals

"Privvy to inside information" apparently.

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Matheson on 07:32 - Feb 13 with 549 viewsEllDale

I seem to think that he suffered a broken leg which effectively finished his career. Or am I thinking of Tony?
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