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Liverpool FC U-19 Team – Squad 2022/23

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What do we know about Liverpool FC U-19 Team? How are the players who play for Liverpool FC U-19 Team? How many of the Liverpool FC U-19 squad players do you know? Let us delve a little into the past to know about them.

Liverpool FC is one of the most widely supported teams in the world, and the club has one of the largest social media following in the world among sports teams.

Yes, Liverpool FC does spend a lot of money on signing players. But what most people overlook is the strength of Liverpool FC’s academy, which has produced some of the finest players of all time who have established a name for themselves in football history. Liverpool FC’s youth system, The Kirkby Training Centre which is popularly known as the AXA training centre, has produced luminaries like as Steven Gerrard, Robbie Fowler, Raheem Sterling, Michael Owen and many more.

According to the CIES football observatory, Liverpool FC has one of the most academy alumni playing for different teams in the top-5 European leagues while also having one of the greatest academy in England. Even today, the current first-team roster contains academy graduates like as Trent Alexander-Arnold, Curtis Jones, Harvey Elliot as well as players with Liverpool FC U-21 experience such as Nathaniel Phillips, Stefan Bajcetic, Rhys Williams and Caoimhin Kelleher.

Liverpool’s quality has always been questioned, and academy authorities have worked tirelessly over the years to continue creating some exceptional players that can adapt to any system. And with a manager like Klopp at the helm, the current U-19 team is on its way to high heights.

Here is the Liverpool FC U-19 Team 2022/23 squad

Liverpool FC U-19 Team

Number Player Position Age
1 H. Davies Goalkeeper 19
2 L. Hewitson Goalkeeper 18
3 T. Miles Centre-Back 18
4 Lee Jonas Centre-Back 18
5 K. Samuels Centre-Back 16
6 N. Giblin Left Back 17
7 F. Gyimah Left Back 16
8 I. Mabaya Right Back 18
9 N. Osbourne Right Back 18
10 C. Pennington Midfielder 16
11 S. Bajcetic Defensive Midfielder 18
12 B. Clark Central Midfield 18
13 D. Corness Central Midfield 19
14 J. McConnell Central Midfield 18
15 T. Pilling Central Midfield 18
16 M. Frauendord Attacking Midfield 19
17 F. Onanuga Attacking Midfield
18 T. Kone-Doherty Left Winger 16
19 R. Young Right Winger 17
20 O. Cannonier Centre-Forward 18
21 L. Koumas Centre-Forward 17
22 J. Danns Centre-Forward 17

Players who have or could crack the first team

Stefan Bajcetic (Defensive Midfielder) -Liverpool FC U-19 Team

Stefan Bajcetic: Liverpool FC U-19 Team

Spanish professional footballer Stefan Bajcetic Maquieira, born on October 22, 2004, plays as a centre back or defensive midfielder for Premier League team Liverpool.

Bajcetic made his debut for Liverpool on November 9, 2022, when the Reds defeated Derby County at home in the third round of the 2022–23 EFL Cup. In a 3-1 victory over Aston Villa on the road in the 2022–23 Premier League, Bajcetic scored his first goal as a senior for Liverpool in the 79th minute as a replacement. He became the second-youngest Spanish player to score in the Premier League, after Cesc Fàbregas, and the third-youngest player overall to score for Liverpool in the Premier League at the age of 18 years, 2 months, and 4 days.

A new, long-term deal at Anfield was awarded to Bajcetic in January 2023 as compensation for his development. He made more strides on the pitch, starting three straight Premier League matches against Chelsea, Wolverhampton Wanderers, and neighbourhood foe Everton. He received the fans’ vote for Player of the Month for January on February 16. He started Liverpool’s Champions League quarterfinal encounter against Real Madrid on February 21 at the age of 18 years and 122 days. The match resulted in a 2-5 home loss for Liverpool.

Bobby Clark (Central Midfield) – Liverpool FC U-19 Team

Bobby Clark - Liverpool FC U-19 Team

Bobby Lamont Clark, an English football player who plays forward for Liverpool, was born on February 7, 2005.

In August 2021, Clark transferred from Newcastle United to the Liverpool academy. The charge was estimated to be worth £1.5 million when add-ons were taken into account. Shortly after turning seventeen in February 2022, he and the club came to an agreement on a professional deal. Jurgen Klopp, manager of Liverpool’s first team, personally guaranteed that a path to the first team would be open to him as part of the five-year deal.

In 23 games while playing for the Liverpool under-18 team in 2021–2022, Clark scored 13 goals. Additionally, he made his Premier League 2 debut with the Liverpool team. Clark travelled to Asia in the summer of 2022 with the Liverpool first team squad for games in Thailand and Singapore. Clark has appeared in a Wonderkids piece on the BBC Sport website and was listed as one of “Five young English footballers to watch out for” in August 2022.

For Liverpool’s opening home Premier League match of the 2022–23 campaign against Crystal Palace F.C. at Anfield, Clark was not deployed as a substitute. In a 9-0 home victory over AFC Bournemouth on August 27, 2022, Clark made his professional debut by playing as a substitute for Liverpool.

He made his debut for Liverpool on November 9, 2022, when they defeated Derby County at Anfield in the third round of the EFL Cup.

Harvey Davies (Goalkeeper) – Liverpool FC U-19 Team

Harvey Davies: Liverpool FC U-19 Team

English custodian Harvey Davies, who was born on September 3, 2003, plays for Premier League team Liverpool.

Davies enrolled at the Liverpool academy as a child under nine. He was placed on the substitutes’ bench for the 2020–21 season’s UEFA Champions League game against Red Bull Salzburg and both legs of the quarterfinal encounter against Real Madrid due to an injury situation. In 2021, at the age of 17, he signed his first professional contract. In July 2022, he agreed to a new deal with the team. In the summer of 2022, Davies participated in the first team’s preseason training camps and tour of the Far East, playing in a preseason friendly in Singapore against Crystal Palace.

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