Bobby Clark scores brace for Liverpool U18s to complete debut campaign

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Bobby Clark netted a brace for the Liverpool Under-18s to end his debut campaign with 13 goals. The Reds have promising talent here.

Bobby Clark scored twice for Liverpool Under-18s on Saturday as the academy side completed their season. The goals came as part of a 5-0 win over Newcastle United – Clark’s former side.

The teenager joined Liverpool to start this season, with the Reds reportedly beating several top sides upon his signing. Manchester City, Chelsea, Tottenham Hotspur and Bayern Munich all wanted Clark, according to the Daily Mail.

However, it was Liverpool who won.

Clark also kicked off the campaign in style, scoring on his debut. He is now finishing his first season with Liverpool U18s having scored 13 times – a fine return from a player who does not operate as a striker.

So there are plenty of reasons to be excited about Clark. He is not the only one.

Bobby Clark impresses for Liverpool

Clark is far from the only star talent for Liverpool’s U18s. In fact, Harvey Blair – who made a senior start in the EFL Cup this season – netted his 14th goal of the campaign in this one.

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But, of course, if you’re talking about anyone on this team, it’s Oakley Cannonier. He scores for fun this season with incredible consistency and looks like a prospect in front of goal.

In fact, the teenager was training with the first team this week – it looks like Liverpool feel ready to step in soon. It promises to be a big summer for Cannonier.

The Reds’ future therefore looks remarkably bright, from Under-25 level to academy sides. Clark, Blair, and Cannonier are a big part of that, and we can’t wait to see what the next few years have in store for them.

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