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Five to watch in Development Squad match

19 September 2016

Development squad to face Wigan on Tuesday

Fleetwood Town's Development Squad are in action tomorrow (Tuesday 19th) as they host Wigan Athletic at Poolfoot Farm in the Central League Development Cup. The game kicks off at 1pm and is free to watch, and there will be a host of familiar faces to watch out for alongside the regular youngsters.


Five players to watch


Cian Bolger, who signed from Southend United in the summer, has featured twice for Town this season; in the EFL Cup tie against Leeds, and the EFL Trophy match with Blackburn Rovers. He has however been on the bench for every league game this term. The defender is a former Republic of Ireland under-21 international and also featured for Bury last season.


Kieran Wallace was a deadline day signing from Sheffield United and plays as a left-back. Having been plucked from non-league Ilkeston in 2014, Wallace made 24 appearances for Sheffield United last term. He has also appeared for England at under-16 and under-17 level.


Signed from neighbours AFC Fylde in July, Dion Charles is a winger and current Northern Ireland U21 international. He has signed a two year contract and came through the ranks at Blackpool before joining the Coasters, scoring 18 goals last season. He had attracted interest from the Championship but opted the Cod Army in July.


Another of Uwe Rosler’s deadline day signings was the loan signing of Alex Jakubiak from Watford. The striker has signed for season having previously had spells at Oxford, Dagenham & Redbridge and Braintree. Last season he was a prolific scorer for the Hornets’ under-23 side. He was an unused sub in the defeat to Rochdale on Saturday.


Midfielder George Glendon joined in the summer on loan from Manchester City until January, and is a former England U-17 international. The 21 year-old is yet to play a professional game for City but featured heavily in their Elite Development Squad in the NextGen Series tournament. He came off the bench in the EFL Trophy victory over Blackburn.


The game is open to the public at our Poolfoot training ground, kick-off 1pm, and Crossbar and Grill will be open for you to purchase lunch or beverages during the game.

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