City Academy V Nike Academy 09/05 1400hrs

Discussion in 'EDS and Academy Forum' started by FantasyIreland, 9 May 2017.

  1. ColinLee

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    Not to mention that the ban is for players who are already registered with PL & EFL teams and of course all of these players are free agents. Other than that he's bang on...
     
  2. ColinLee

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    Are you there FI? Does there appear to be a lot of scouts around?
     
  3. FantasyIreland

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    I'm not Colin unfortunately,just going off social media reports.I know @twosips and one or two others.....are there though.
     
  4. FantasyIreland

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    Fairly predictable result i would imagine considering the Nike team was predominantly made up of players who havent made it elsewhere.
     
  5. Nelly's Left Foot

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    Non event of a game. Had we really gone for it double figures should have been easy enough.
     
  6. foggy1974

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    they are unsigned so wouldnt be a problem. its only English players attached to a club, so basically a pretty watery charge. We could still tap them up and wait til there contract runs out.
     
  7. twosips

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    It was a non-event really. A preseason friendly, at the end of the season. The Nike Academy is made up of a bunch of released players from all over the world, and you could tell. They clearly tried but had no real team cohesion and were a vast level below City. It was a stroll in the sun and could have easily been double figures if City had gone for it.
     

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