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Accrington Stanley progress again in Youth Cup

Lancashire Telegraph: Accrington Stanley progress again in Youth Cup Accrington Stanley progress again in Youth Cup

ACCRINGTON Stanley moved into the fifth round of the FA Youth Cup after Max Hazeldine scored a hat-trick in a 4-1 win at home to Bristol City last night.

Stanley had already shocked Premier League West Ham in the third round and they were triumphant again at the Store First Stadium to book a trip to Reading in the next stage.

Hazeldine gave the Reds an early lead before curling in a free kick to make it 2-0.

The visitors pulled a goal back just after half time but captain Liam Goulding made it 3-1 before Hazeldine completed his hat-trick.

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11:04am Wed 5 Feb 14

Mike Ferguson says...

What a brilliant result for the players and coaches of the youth team, coaches at youth team level get little support the same for the players,the FOOTBALL side at the club under James Beatie appear to be improving, for the youth team to get to the QF is amazing,its obvious there are good players in the youth team group and are being looked after well by the coaches,they have not got to the QF with luck,its clear these young players are kept hungry by the coaches,if the players keep hungry they will have good careers in the game.its the main point when theyare young,hunger to succeed,
What a brilliant result for the players and coaches of the youth team, coaches at youth team level get little support the same for the players,the FOOTBALL side at the club under James Beatie appear to be improving, for the youth team to get to the QF is amazing,its obvious there are good players in the youth team group and are being looked after well by the coaches,they have not got to the QF with luck,its clear these young players are kept hungry by the coaches,if the players keep hungry they will have good careers in the game.its the main point when theyare young,hunger to succeed, Mike Ferguson
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12:21pm Wed 5 Feb 14

accstan says...

These lads are having a brilliant cup run, hope they can go all the way in this competition - two of the lads who played last night are only 15 years old, amazing stuff!
Let's hold off on bringing them through to the first team just yet though, last time we did that with Connor Mahoney - Rovers stepped in & nicked him from under our noses
These lads are having a brilliant cup run, hope they can go all the way in this competition - two of the lads who played last night are only 15 years old, amazing stuff! Let's hold off on bringing them through to the first team just yet though, last time we did that with Connor Mahoney - Rovers stepped in & nicked him from under our noses accstan
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