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MANCHESTER UNITED RESERVES FIXTURES 2017/18

PREMIER LEAGUE 2

11 Agustus - Fulham U23 2-2 Man Utd U23
18 Agustus - Man Utd U23 3-1 Aston Villa U23
25 Agustus - Southampton U23 vs Man Utd U23
1 September - Man Utd U23 vs Stoke U23
15 September - Man Utd U23 vs Reading U23
23 September - Middlesbrough U23 vs Man Utd U23
28 September - Norwich U23 vs Man Utd U23
20 Oktober - Man Utd U23 vs Sunderland U23
29 Oktober - Wolves U23 vs Man Utd U23
3 November - Man Utd U23 vs Newcastle U23
24 November - West Brom U23 vs Man Utd U23
8 Desember - Man Utd U23 vs Middlesbrough U23
16 Desember - Reading U23 vs Man Utd U23
21 Desember - Derby U23 vs Man Utd U23
8 Januari - Aston Villa U23 vs Man Utd U23
12 Januari - Man Utd U23 vs Fulham U23
18 Januari - Man Utd U23 vs PSV U23
26 Januari - Man Utd U23 vs Paris Saint-Germain U23
2 Februari - Man Utd U23 vs Southampton U23
19 Februari - Stoke U23 vs Man Utd U23
2 Maret - Man Utd U23 vs Norwich U23
12 Maret - Sunderland U23 vs Man Utd U23
6 April - Man Utd U23 vs West Brom U23
16 April - Newcastle U23 vs Man Utd U23
27 April - Man Utd U23 vs Wolves U23

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Manchester United's Under-23s remain unbeaten after a 1-1 draw with Southampton that ended the home side's 100 per cent start to the campaign.

All of the significant action at the Saints' Staplewood Campus came in the second half with DJ Buffonge's 56th-minute penalty for the Reds being cancelled out by Marcus Barnes 10 minutes later, before Callum Slattery was shown a second yellow card for a foul on Tahith Chong.

It took 20 minutes for the first real shot to arrive but Jake Hesketh's drive, after Angel Gomes was dispossessed just outside his own box, produced a routine save for United goalkeeper Matej Kovar. While Southampton caused a few problems from set-pieces, United relied on Buffonge's driving runs through the middle of the pitch to engender some kind of sense of danger.

Slattery lashed over the bar for the hosts before they wasted a golden chance three minutes prior to the half-time whistle. Yan Valery burst into the box and crossed for Michael Obafemi but the ball broke instead for Tyreke Johnson, who should have scored. Instead his shot, lacking power, was well saved by Kovar.

Barnes thumped another effort off target from distance and the Saints will feel they posed the greater questions in the opening 45 minutes.

There was a hope the second half would be more entertaining and an early effort by Buffonge suggested this would be the case, even if Southampton keeper Jack Rose made a comfortable save. Obafemi was guilty of a wayward header to Johnson's inviting cross from the left and it proved a costly miss for the home side as three minutes later, they conceded a penalty.

Buffonge cleverly kept the ball in close to the goalline and was chopped down by Valery to give the referee an easy decision to make. Despite the claims of Gomes and Tahith Chong, Buffonge wanted the responsibility to score the penalty and he duly obliged by sending Rose the wrong way.

Unfortunately, for the third successive game, the Reds conceded an equaliser after netting first. Obafemi's near-post drive was beaten away by Kovar and, from the corner, Barnes claimed a straightforward goal for Southampton, even if the ball appeared to go in off his shoulder.

Slattery was then dismissed for a wild tackle on Chong, receiving his second yellow card, and that provided a chance for Ricky Sbragia's side to go for the winner. However, Obafemi was handed another glorious opportunity for the Saints when latching onto George Tanner's misplaced header but Kovar managed to get a touch to the finish to send it over the top.

Will Smallbone's attempt also tested Kovar but the Reds dominated the closing stages without being unable to forge an opening.

United: Kovar; Tanner, Poole, R. Williams, O'Connor; Garner, Hamilton, Buffonge; Gomes, Bohui, Chong. Subs not used: Carney, Warren, Barlow, Sang. Whelan.

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UNDER-23S MATCH REPORT: UNITED 1 STOKE CITY 0

Manchester United’s Under-23s continued their encouraging and unbeaten start to the season with a narrow 1-0 victory over Stoke City at Old Trafford on Friday evening.


A lone goal from birthday boy Angel Gomes, in the 37th minute, was sufficient to earn the Reds three points in an entertaining and keenly-fought contest. Ricky Sbargia’s lads now have eight points from two home wins and an equal number of draws on the road.

There was small gathering of supporters, housed in the lower tier of the Sir Alex Ferguson Stand, as the game got underway with United defending a deserted Stretford End.

The crowd may have been sparse but they were given a pleasant surprise when on reading the teamsheet and seeing Argentinian international goalkeeper Sergio Romero alongside Portuguese new-boy Diogo Dalot, who was making his first appearance in the famous red shirt.

This was the second consecutive Friday that Stoke City had despatched a team to face United in Manchester and they were certainly hoping for a better outcome than their Under-18 side experienced a week ago, when they were defeated 5-1 at The Cliff.

And this was also the second meeting of the season between these two sides following the friendly/training game at City’s Clayton Wood, which ended in a 2-2 draw.

he game commenced at a very healthy pace with play switching constantly form one end to the other. Real openings were at a premium but both goalkeepers, Romero and Stoke’s Jakob Haugaard, had to be on their toes and alert to the ever-present threat.

The visitors had their best chance up to that point, shortly after the half-hour mark, when skipper Jake Dunwoody tested Romero’s reflexes with a fierce drive from the edge of the penalty area.

Moments later, and United found themselves in front when Gomes hit the net following a one-two with Nishan Burkart. Something was needed to break the deadlock and Gomes provided just that with a peach of goal to give United the edge.

Romero was back in action immediately after the restart diving full length to black a shot from Stoke winger Daniel Jarvis.

Charlie Adam, Stoke’s 32-year-old Scottish international midfielder (a maximum of two over-age players are permitted in the under-23 league) started to pull the strings for the visitors and as a result they enjoyed a good spell of possession.

They couldn’t turn the pressure into goals, but it sent a clear message to United that they still had a battle on their if they were going to claim their second victory of the season.

Newcomer Dalot left the field, with eleven minutes remaining, to warm applause from the crowd.

MATCH DETAILS

United: Kovar; Dalot (Tanner 79), Poole, Williams R-S., O’Connor; Garner, Hamilton; Chong, Gomes, Bohui (Bohui 56); Burkart (McIntosh-Buffonge 71)
Substitutes not used: Fojtiček, Whelan

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Manchester United’s Under-23s continued their encouraging and unbeaten start to the season with a narrow 1-0 victory over Stoke City at Old Trafford on Friday evening.


A lone goal from birthday boy Angel Gomes, in the 37th minute, was sufficient to earn the Reds three points in an entertaining and keenly-fought contest. Ricky Sbargia’s lads now have eight points from two home wins and an equal number of draws on the road.

There was small gathering of supporters, housed in the lower tier of the Sir Alex Ferguson Stand, as the game got underway with United defending a deserted Stretford End.

The crowd may have been sparse but they were given a pleasant surprise when on reading the teamsheet and seeing Argentinian international goalkeeper Sergio Romero alongside Portuguese new-boy Diogo Dalot, who was making his first appearance in the famous red shirt.

This was the second consecutive Friday that Stoke City had despatched a team to face United in Manchester and they were certainly hoping for a better outcome than their Under-18 side experienced a week ago, when they were defeated 5-1 at The Cliff.

And this was also the second meeting of the season between these two sides following the friendly/training game at City’s Clayton Wood, which ended in a 2-2 draw.

he game commenced at a very healthy pace with play switching constantly form one end to the other. Real openings were at a premium but both goalkeepers, Romero and Stoke’s Jakob Haugaard, had to be on their toes and alert to the ever-present threat.

The visitors had their best chance up to that point, shortly after the half-hour mark, when skipper Jake Dunwoody tested Romero’s reflexes with a fierce drive from the edge of the penalty area.

Moments later, and United found themselves in front when Gomes hit the net following a one-two with Nishan Burkart. Something was needed to break the deadlock and Gomes provided just that with a peach of goal to give United the edge.

Romero was back in action immediately after the restart diving full length to black a shot from Stoke winger Daniel Jarvis.

Charlie Adam, Stoke’s 32-year-old Scottish international midfielder (a maximum of two over-age players are permitted in the under-23 league) started to pull the strings for the visitors and as a result they enjoyed a good spell of possession.

They couldn’t turn the pressure into goals, but it sent a clear message to United that they still had a battle on their if they were going to claim their second victory of the season.

Newcomer Dalot left the field, with eleven minutes remaining, to warm applause from the crowd.

MATCH DETAILS

United: Kovar; Dalot (Tanner 79), Poole, Williams R-S., O’Connor; Garner, Hamilton; Chong, Gomes, Bohui (Bohui 56); Burkart (McIntosh-Buffonge 71)
Substitutes not used: Fojtiček, Whelan

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UNDER-23S: MANCHESTER UNITED 1 READING 1

First-team stars Marcos Rojo and Diogo Dalot both made guest appearances at Old Trafford on Friday night as United's Under-23s maintained an unbeaten start to the season with a hard-fought draw against Reading.

It was a thoroughly absorbing and entertaining Premier League 2 game that could have gone either way and it was remarkable that neither team managed to score more than a solitary goal each, through Ben House for the visitors in the first half and Joshua Bohui for the Reds in the second period.

Argentina defender Rojo was named alongside fellow centre-back Ro-Shaun Williams on Ricky Sbragia's teamsheet, while summer signing Dalot was retained in the side after making his first appearance in United’s red shirt in the win over Stoke City at this level two weeks ago.

Angel Gomes was promoted to wear the skipper’s armband with Regan Poole, who had captained the side in the previous four outings, listed as one of United’s five substitutes.

There was a small but nonetheless enthusiastic gathering of supporters in the lower tier of the Sir Alex Ferguson Stand as the game kicked off with the Reds defending the Stretford End.

United’s mission to preserve an encouraging start to the campaign – four games played, two wins and two draws – received a setback in the 11th minute when the Berkshire side snatched the lead with a headed goal from striker Ben House.

Barely five minutes later, the Reds had Czech goalkeeper Matej Kovar to thank after he pulled off a brilliant save to keep out Darren Sidoel’s free-kick from the edge of the area. Sidoel was later yellow-carded for a clumsy challenge on Zak Dearnley when the United no.9 was endeavouring to weave his way through the Reading defence.

Dearnley showed no ill effects as, soon afterwards, he hit a terrific shot that required a spectacular save from the visitors’ number one, Luke Southwood. The Royals' keeper displayed his athleticism again minutes later, to prevent Tahith Chong’s drive from finding the target.

United were slowly building up a head of steam and it appeared only a matter of time before parity would be restored. That said, it took an astonishing goalline clearance by Reds defender Williams to stop Callum Marriott from doubling Reading’s lead.

The second half started brightly with United forcing two quick corners and then Chong exchanged passes with Gomes before hitting a shot that went inches wide.

The momentum was affected when Rojo came off with an apparent problem in the 54th minute and was replaced by Poole, although coach Sbragia later told MUTV he thought the first-team defender would be okay after spending time with the medical staff.

Despite losing their most experienced star, the Reds drew level twenty-one minutes into the second half. It was a brilliant team goal, set up by Dearnley’s pinpoint right-wing cross and converted by Bohui from close range.

All United’s hard work in getting back on terms was threatened in the closing stages, however, as Reading started to turn the screw.

The Reds’ defenders, with Dalot completing 90 minutes, were certainly busier than the visitors' back four and had to make several vital interceptions and last-ditch challenges. But on the balance of play and scoring opportunities across the evening, the final score of 1-1 was just about right with both sides taking some reward from the match.

MATCH DETAILS

United: Kovar; Dalot, R. Williams, Rojo (Poole 54), O’Connor; Gomes, Garner (Barlow 78), Hamilton; Chong, Dearnley (Buffonge 79), Bohui.

Substitutes: Fojticek, Tanner.

Scorer: Bohui 66.

Reading Scorer: House 11.

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UNDER-23S: MIDDLESBROUGH 0 MANCHESTER UNITED 2

Ricky Sbragia's lads stretched the unbeaten start to the campaign to six matches, and also moved to the top of the league table, with this ultimately comfortable win over Middlesbrough in the North East on Sunday afternoon.

Tahith Chong netted United’s first goal with a splendid free kick, just after the break, and Joshua Bohui sealed the win fifteen minutes from time with a predatory close-range finish.

The match was staged at Heritage Park, the home venue of Bishop Auckland. One of the great sides in amateur football history, the Bishops moved there in 2010 after being resident for more than a century at Kingsway, where they shared a ground with the local cricket team.

United, wearing the change strip of all-blue to avoid a clash with Boro’s red and white, had the first genuine chance of the game, in the 6th minute, when Angel Gomes took a short pass from Bohui before hitting his shot straight at home ‘keeper Brad James.

There was very little to choose between the sides during the opening half-hour, but United did go close twice in a matter of minutes with Zachary Dearnley's shot and Regan Poole's header putting the hosts' defence under strain. At the other end, the Reds' no.1 Matĕj Kovář was far from redundant as Boro found ways of testing his agility and handling.

United finished the first half in the ascendancy, but were still looking for the elusive opening goal.

That was all to change three minutes after the restart when, having been fouled on the edge of the area, Chong took the free-kick himself and with a beautiful curling shot put the Reds into the lead.

Two minutes later and United’s advantage was almost doubled when James fumbled a speculative shot from Gomes.

Boro striker Stephen Walker very nearly found the leveller, in the 55th minute, after exchanging passes with substitute Stephen Wearne, but his well-struck drive flew inches over Kovář’s crossbar.

United continued to hold sway, but Boro were far from being overwhelmed and as the game reached its three-quarter mark they looked more than capable of getting themselves on level terms.

An unlikely pairing very nearly brought a second goal for the visitors, however, when Lee O’Connor crossed from the left to his fellow full-back Tyrell Warren, who was narrowly off target with a diving header.

Fifteen minutes from the end, Sbragia's players put daylight between themselves and Boro when Bohui grabbed goal number two. The striker started and finished the move that brought the goal, showing excellent determination to force the ball over the line after an initial one-two with Gomes had the home defence at sixes and sevens.

The hosts were denied what looked like a certain penalty in the closing minutes when Kovář felled Tyrone O’Neill, but the referee was having none of it and booked the Boro player for simulation.

The decision not to award a spot-kick helped Kovář and company to see out the game with a clean sheet, another pleasing aspect for Sbragia and his team to take from this successful Sunday trip to Teesside.

MATCH DETAILS

United: Kovář; Warren, Poole, Williams R-S., O’Connor; Gomes, Garner (Whelan 86), Hamilton; Chong, Dearnley (Buffonge 73), Bohui (Gribbin 86).

Substitutes not used: Woolston, Barlow.

Scorers: Chong 48, Bohui 75.

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UNDER-23S: NORWICH 0 UNITED 1

Ricky Sbragia’s Under-23 team returned to the summit of the league table after grinding out a 1-0 win over Norwich City in deepest Norfolk.

It wasn’t a classic encounter in East Anglia, but Aidan Barlow’s goal, 20 minutes, from time was enough to secure another three points.

The win also preserved and increased the Under-23s' unbeaten opening to the campaign to seven games, and maintained our record of having scored in every match to date.

United approached this match holding second place in the table, just one point behind league leaders Wolverhampton Wanderers.

Norwich, who have only been beaten twice in their opening six games, were two points adrift of the Reds in fifth spot. United made three changes from the side that defeated Middlesbrough, 2-0, in the North East at the weekend. Callum Whelan, DJ Buffonge and Barlow were included in the starting line-up in place of Angel Gomes, James Garner and Tahith Chong.

United approached this match holding second place in the table, just one point behind league leaders Wolverhampton Wanderers.

Norwich, who have only been beaten twice in their opening six games, were two points adrift of the Reds in fifth spot. United made three changes from the side that defeated Middlesbrough, 2-0, in the North East at the weekend. Callum Whelan, DJ Buffonge and Barlow were included in the starting line-up in place of Angel Gomes, James Garner and Tahith Chong.

The wind had freshened as the game progressed and both teams reacted accordingly by playing the ball along the ground.

United’s six matches before this trip to Norwich showed a remarkable symmetry with the sequence reading: draw, win, draw, win, draw, win and the way this match was unfolding there appeared every chance of the pattern continuing.

DJ Buffonge attempted to break the deadlock as the hour-mark was reached, but his shot failed to cause City keeper Jon MacCracken too much distress. A point apiece began to look more and more the likely outcome as time moved on, but then, in the 71st minute, United found a spark that was enough to break the stalemate.

Lee O’Connor initiated the move with a fine ball to Bohui, who instantly stroked his pass to Barlow. The Salford-born midfielder was being closely policed by Canaries’ defender Ciaren Jones, but he managed to shake off the attentions of his marker before placing his shot past McCracken.

Norwich’s cause wasn’t helped in the 85th minute when midfield player Anthony Spyrou was sent off after being shown two yellow cards.

MATCH DETAILS

UNITED: Kovar; Warren, Poole, R. Williams, O’Connor; Barlow, Whelan, Hamilton; Buffonge (Gribbin 70), Dearnley, Bohui.

Substitutes not used: Woolston, Ercolani, Sang, Baars.

Scorers: Barlow 71

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UNDER-23S: WOLVES 2 UNITED 1

Manchester United's Under-23s lost 2-1 at Wolves in a bruising contest at Molineux, despite a debut goal by Mason Greenwood.

After falling behind to an own goal by Ro-Shaun Williams, the Reds battled back after the break with Greenwood claiming the equaliser in the 50th minute. The Molineux crowd clearly enjoyed the action and a controversial winner by Niall Ennis settled the top-of-the-table encounter that lived up to its billing. Consequently, the home side leapfrog United to go top of the table after inflicting the Reds' first defeat of the campaign.

Ethan Hamilton was hurt early on but recovered as both teams sounded each other out in the opening exchanges. Angel Gomes misdirected a free-kick over the top as United had much of the play but fell behind to a well-worked goal. Pedro Goncalves fed Ryan Giles and his cross to the near post was turned in by Ashley-Seal via a deflection off Williams.


Suddenly, the home side turned the screw and enjoyed a spell of sustained pressure with Ennis's effort going through a crowd of players but, thankfully, straight to Matej Kovar, before Regan Poole got in the way of a powerful Ashley-Seal drive. From the corner, there was more danger with Max Kilman heading off target. Another run by the impressive Giles then led to a chance for Oscar Buur but the full-back clipped the bar from a tight angle.

Wolves were being very physical, and committing a number of fouls, with Elliot Watt, the chief culprit, finally booked for fouling Tahith Chong after Gomes received some particularly close attention for much of the half.

After Chong had an attempt at the start of the second half, the lively Giles fired too high for Wolves. Five minutes after the restart, Ricky Sbragia's side drew level with a goal of real quality. James Garner passed to Gomes and his intelligent ball through was lashed past Andreas Sondergaard by Greenwood, to make it 15 goals in 12 games for the 17-year-old this season. It was a moment to savour for the striker, who made an instant impact at this higher level by taking the opportunity so sharply.

A brilliant move almost yielded a second with Chong and Gomes involved before Greenwood's instant lay-off invited the shot from Garner. Unfortunately, the midfielder could not keep his shot down and it flew over the bar. Watt fired wide at the other end as the crowd of 2,741 were treated to some fine entertainment.

Although Gomes floated a free-kick over the bar, Wolves won it with 10 minutes left courtesy of a superb, if disputed, strike. Ennis appeared to foul George Tanner when gaining possession but then embarked on a penetrative run that finished with a glorious postage-stamp finish high into Kovar's goal. Poole headed away a goalbound shot by Goncalves before late frustration when Garner felt he was clearly fouled right on the edge of the box with the final action of the game.

There was nothing doing from the referee and, although the Reds will feel aggrieved with the scoreline, there were plenty of positives from a compelling contest.

United: Kovar; Tanner, R. Williams, Poole, O'Connor; Gomes, Garner, Hamilton; Chong, Greenwood, Bohui.

Subs not used: Woolston, Warren, Whelan, Barlow, Buffonge.

Wolves 2 (Williams og 27, Ennis 80)

United 1 (Greenwood 50)

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