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‘Some performance’… Shea Lacey and Manchester United teammates hail ‘unreal’ Red Devils prospect after Youth Cup win

Manchester United’s under-18s have secured their place in the FA Youth Cup fourth round with a victory over Derby County.

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Despite an impressive season with 10 wins in 10 league matches, the team faced a tough challenge, losing only one game in the Premier League Cup and recognizing the potential threat in the FA Youth Cup.

In a determined performance against Derby County at Old Trafford, the young talents showcased their skill. The decisive goal came from second-half substitute Ethan Williams, adding to the team’s successful run this season.

Standout Defensive Performance
The under-18s’ solid defensive record, conceding just six goals in 10 league matches, played a crucial role in their impressive results.

Louis Jackson and Jack Kingdon formed a formidable partnership on the night, showcasing their defensive prowess.

Louis Jackson, already a Youth Cup winner, and Jack Kingdon, a regular for the under-18s, demonstrated excellence in handling Derby’s attempts to counter.

Their collective efforts were crucial in securing the victory.

Following the win, Kingdon received praise from his teammates on Instagram, with highly rated winger Shea Lacey expressing admiration for his performance.

Lacey, sidelined due to injury, commended the team’s overall display, emphasizing the impressive nature of Kingdon’s contribution.

Looking Ahead
The upcoming FA Youth Cup fourth-round fixture in January will see Manchester United face Swindon Town away.

The team’s success in ending the calendar year on a high note adds anticipation for the talented young academy squad, providing them with positive momentum as they look forward to challenges and opportunities in the upcoming year.

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