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Youth Team Report

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Saturdays game for the Youth Team provided them with the opportunity to start the new year in a positive manner, unfortunately the lads lost 3 - 0 to Rotherham United putting in another disappointing display after a good win just before the Christmas break against Burton Albion.

They went 2 - 0 down early on and never recovered despite starting the second half brightly, in truth poor decision making and a lack of a cutting edge proved to be their downfall.

They go again tonight away against Mansfield Town with a 7pm kick-off looking to put in an improved performance.

Mick Halsall said on the defeat to Rotherham "We will be working on decision making and options on the ball throughout the week and we will go again. We didn't produce enough. To get straight back on the pitch is great for us. We know Mansfield are decent at this level and have done well this season in the cup especially, as they knocked out Aston Villa, so it will be a difficult game against a confident side".

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As this a thread on youth teams.


Id personally like to congratulate Forest youth team on there 3-0 win over West Brom in the 4th round of the FA Youth cup was a good solid display from the youngsters from what I can read and a fantastic hat trick from Tyler Walker ( Des Walkers son).


They now play either Burnley or Cardiff at the City Ground In the 5th round.

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