Spurs Youth 2018/19

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Tariq Hinds, normally a right-back, was pushed into the centre of midfield by U23s manager Wayne Burnett to play alongside captain Brooklyn Lyons-Foster, himself a versatile central midfielder.

Hinds only played in the role for the first 45 minutes but he was excellent, up against National League players, as a box-to-box midfielder.

The young player, who turned 19 last month, last played in the role for the U18s two years ago and while he stepped back into his familiar right-back role in the second half, he did himself no harm in showing off his versatility, a trait the club cherish during the Pochettino era.
 

WindyCOYS WindyCOYS Albert Ranchi ( released after playing for Spurs u16) caught the eye playing for Rangers u18 on trial
 
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