and see how Toon's young guns prepared for clash with Chelsea Meet NUFC's up and coming coach Liam Bramley Newcastle United could be 90 minutes away from a place in the semi finals of the FA Youth Cup if they beat the BluesByLee Ryder 12:45, 15 FEB 2015Updated07:49, 16 FEB 2015Get Newcastle United FC updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeThank you for subscribing! Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email Newcastle United's new up and coming coach Liam Bramley is confident that the Magpies Under 18s are well prepared for their FA Youth Cup clash with Chelsea (Monday, 7.
05pm) at St James' Park. As we enter the illustrious glass reception area of the Milburn Stand on Barrack Road at first glance the bunch of youngsters crowded around a man in a Newcastle tracksuit coach outlet locations jenny could be mistaken for one of the impressive ground tours St James' Park has to offer on a daily basis. However, this group of lads are the potential future stars of Newcastle and before their quarter final meeting with the Blues they are getting used to the feel of the stadium. They spend time getting into the zone on the field, take a walk down the tunnel and are allowed to soak up the atmosphere in the home dressing room. The shirts of Fabricio Coloccini, coach outlet locations by coordinates Papiss Cisse and Tim Krul are all hanging behind them in the first team locker room. And famous players of the past coach outlet coupons quilted are displayed on the walls with the likes of Peter Beardsley, Supermac and Les Ferdinand reminders of the calibre of player that pulled on the black and white shirt like these teenagers will on Monday night. Newcastle United's youth squad at St James' Park ahead of their game with Chelsea Bramley is United's Academy coach. He is the holder of a UEFA A Licence and was a youth team player at Rotherham United before studying sports science at Northumbria Uni. He currently works where to buy coach purses cheap closely with Kevin Richardson and Dave Watson with the Under 18s and while the result is the only thing that matters in the eyes of the fans against Chelsea, Bramley feels that preparation for the game is also very important. Bramley, who is United's youth development lead phase coach, said ahead of the game: "The players trained and done some prep work out on the pitch. "But the afternoon was about getting the players familiar with some new surroundings at St James' Park.
"We have some players who played here in the FA Youth Cup. "And also for the Under 21s. "We also have players here who perhaps might not have played here so we have to familarise them with the surroundings and make sure they are comfortable and ready for Monday night.
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