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at 08:35 6 May 2021
Protecting British waters is the brief, and any issues of conflict that may arise. I can see marines boarding French vessels if they fish unlicensed but that’s as far as it will go.
|Champions league semi finals|
at 08:33 6 May 2021
British weather will forever not allow facilities like they have in Southern Europe, plus the damage which would be caused, vandalism, theft etc.
|When does Steve Cooper get some credit ?|
at 08:31 6 May 2021
The supporters who don’t like his style and persona seem destined to never give him any credibility whatsoever, is it really that possible to dislike someone’s performance entirely without even the slightest bit of recognition even though it’s deserved ?
at 08:25 6 May 2021
Looking forward to some unbiased selection 👍
|So it’s Bournemouth... plus we equal 2011|
at 22:21 5 May 2021
He looks a completely different player in a back four, his athleticism is far more suited to wing back.
Got to give cooper a bit of a plus for that.
|Ipswich U18 1 Swansea City U18 1|
at 21:57 5 May 2021
Jasper may well know far more about these young players.
Joel Cotterill’s last-gasp penalty rescued a hard-earned point for Swansea City Under-18s in their Professional Development League encounter with Ipswich Town.
Following back-to-back defeats, Byron Anthony’s side produced a solid all-round display against the FA Youth Cup semi-finalists at St George’s Park.
They were unfortunate to fall behind on the hour-mark as Ipswich capitalised on their first real lapse in concentration.
But the young Swans demonstrated tremendous resilience and reaped their rewards in the dying moments, as Cotterill tucked away from the penalty spot after substitute Sebastian Dabrowski was fouled in the box.
Anthony made five changes from the weekend loss at home to Sheffield Wednesday.
Tyler Evans replaced Alex Rutter in goal with Dan Watts and Panashe Makokowe coming into defence, while there were also starts for Morgan Clarke and Aaron Hillier further up the field.
Watts was one of four under-16s who started for the young Swans, while Evans and Hillier were among five first-year pros in from the beginning.
Despite losing Clarke and Cameron Congreve – to quad and knee injuries respectively – before half-time, the designated visitors more than held their own against Ipswich.
Anthony’s side looked dangerous on the front foot, while demonstrating brilliant desire with a high press to keep the hosts at bay.
But they fell behind in the 60th minute after being caught out by a long diagonal ball, which culminated in their striker finishing after Evans had parried an initial shot directly into his path.
To their credit, the Swans did not let their heads drop and continued to plug away in search of an equaliser.
And it arrived in the final minute of regulation time as Cotterill made no mistake from 12 yards after Dabrowksi was brought down in the penalty area.
Swans U18s: Tyler Evans; Dan Watts, Panashe Makokowe, Ryan Bassett, Cian Williams; Morgan Clarke (Adnaan Moti, 30), Joel Cotterill, Cameron Congreve (Iwan Morgan, 42); Aaron Hillier, Geoff Bony (Sebastian Dabrowski, 65), Ben Lloyd.
Subs not used: Josh Hutchings.
|NI - Trial of two soldiers collapses|
at 21:49 5 May 2021
Can you point to me via a PM where the right wing bullying is taking place, and some threads or posts that reflect that please.
at 17:31 5 May 2021
They have had so little if anything to shout about, so I suppose a result from four years ago matters. If Chelsea get to the final we could do Man City and Chelsea references but like all the other teams we turned over so many times it’s hard to remember them all. Desperation rules.
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