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Kyle Walker-Peters Chance To Prove Himself

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Kyle Walker-Peters Chance To Prove Himself

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I make no secret of the fact that I am not a Kyle Walker-Peters fan, Pochettino is though and will assess him in pre-season to determine whether we need to bring in a right-back or not.

That isn't new, he has done the same with several players over the last few summers.

My issue with Walker-Peters is his ability to beat a man one-on-one when in an attacking situation. With space, I have no issue with him, but I haven't seen the explosivity over five yards from a standing start yet.

When one-on-one in attack, if you stop the defender, shimmy and then push the ball past him, you need to beat him over those five yards to get in your cross, which then has to be decent. It is the ability Jack \clarke has and why I see him as an exciting addition when he arrives.

If Walker-Peters can develop that then that would be significant progress so he is one to watch pre-season. He will have an opportunity and it will be down to him to take it.


Let's see if he can prove me wrong.

COYS



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Under-20 World Cup win great news for Spurs youngsters future

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Congratulations to the England lads on wining the 2017 FIFA U-20 World Cup in South Korea on Sunday thanks to a 1-0 victory over Venezuela.

New Liverpool signing Dominic Solanke was given the best player of the tournament award (Golden Ball) and Newcastle United youngster Freddie Woodman won the best goalkeeper of the tournament award (Golden Glove). He excelled himself by saving a penalty in the final.

This is the first FIFA trophy any England side has won at any age group since the senior side won the 1966 World Cup. Kyle Walker-Peters and Josh Onomah both played in the final.

For that pair it can only have been a wonderful experience of playing under pressure in front of over 30,000 people, which can only help their Spurs careers. The more players who have a success mindset at the club the better and it doesn't come any bigger for this age group.

They will be able to take the mentality of success and of how to deal with a high pressure situation into the Premier League which should help them settle to then show more of what they are capable of.


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U20 World Cup Final England 1 Venezuela 0

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England too on Venezuela in the final of the FIFA Under-20 World Cup, the first FIFA final England have been in for 51 years. Tottenham were represented by Kyle Walker-Peters (left-back) and Josh Onomah who were both named in the starting XI.

There were video assistant refereers at the tournament but Onomah was still sent off in the quarter final for completely accidentally standing on an opponents ankle while dribbling past him. He missed the semi final win as a result.

Josh Onomah a great run from defensive midfield past several players to 25 yards from goal and with three players attracted to him, flicked the ball square to Solanke to shoot wide.

He started in a Mousa Dembele role, defensive midfield collecting the ball and running at the opposition.

After 16 minutes he made a poor defensive header backwards and then was slow closing down a player 25 yards from goal allowing him a free shot. Venezuela saw the danger of Onomah going forward and changed tactics to stop him, instead allowing the two centre-backs to have the ball uncontested, where before they were being pressurised.

Dominic Calvert-Lewin, the Everton striker, put England ahead after 35 minutes and the score remain 1-0 at half-time.


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Carter-Vickers, Walker-Peters and Onomah set to play more next season

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Tottenham turned to youth, much of it British youth, and put a strategy in place to develop our own players, who will know our system inside out and can seamlessly integrate into the first team should an opportunity present itself.

When you are familiar and comfortable you are more likely to have the confidence to perform. Tottenham currently have a number of youngster following Harry Winks and Mauricio Pochettino has suggested to Football London, only days after they suggested one of them should go out on loan against Pochettino policy, that three Spurs youngsters will be getting more opportunities next season.

“Yes, of course. They are players that we are thinking about for the future. Yes, we expect that they will be involved next season more than they were this season. 
“When you are young and you have the chance to play in the U20 World Cup, it’s always fantastic to go and play. Of course, always that type of international competition will help them to develop their skills and improve and then it will benefit us.”

TheFIFA Under-20 World CupKorea republic  2017 consists of 52 matches to find the winner and Josh Onomah, Kyle Walker-Peters look sure to represent England while English-born Cameron Carter-Vickers will be representing the USA.

These tournaments give players further opportunity to travel and represent their country. They have to get used to new food, new cultures, different temperatures, surfaces, facilities, humidity, all helping their learning and development. The last few tournaments have seen players go to Holland, Canada, Egypt, Colombia, Turkey and New Zealand where Serbia beat Brazil in the final.

They have to expand their comfort zone, which again allows them greater confidence when they return to club football.


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Onomah, Walker-Peters and Edwards in England squads

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ENGLAND SQUADS ANNOUNCED


Gareth Southgate is the England interim boss and thus will have an influence on who is selected for the various age groups.

With Spurs players surprisingly omitted from squads in the last international break it is good for their development to see Josh Onomah and Kyle Walker-Peters selected for the England Under-20 squad and Marcus Edwards for the England Under-19 squad.


The Under-20 side will play Netherlands on October 5, Germany on October 7, and USA on October 10 during the international break.


The Under-19 side will take on Croatia on October 7 and Bulgaria on October 10.



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Kyle Walker-Peters on trial with Roda JC

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Kyle Walker-Peters on trial with Roda JC

Tottenham Hotspur have a partnership with Roda JC and the Dutch club have taken 18-year-old (19 in April) right-back Kyle Walker-Peters on trial with the aim of taking him on loan. He has joined the club at a training camp in Portugal.

Ton Caanen, the Roda JC technical director, spoke to Fox Sports and revealed they planned to take the young prospect, who has just signed a new contract with Spurs, on loan. 

“We’ll see if it suits either side. The intention is certainly to capture him on loan.”
Walker-Peters played in the Under-21 game against Manchester United on Monday and recently spoke about the need to improve physically.

"As a young boy at the club, I’ve always dreamed of playing for the first team so I guess signing a new deal takes me a step closer and I’m delighted. 
"I know I’ve still got a lot to learn but I’m sure it will all come with age and experience. It’s great to get a new contract and I think it shows that I’m becoming stronger. That’s one of the things I need to work on – physically I’m doing okay but I can still get better."

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Spurs Kyle Walker-Peters a tough but impressive debut

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Kyle Walker-Peters impressed during the last international break after he was called up for his debut England U18's by manager Neil Dewsnip. 

Spurs Kyle Walker-Peters a tough but impressive debut


England lost that game to Italy 2-0 at the Stadio Giovanni Chiggiato, Caorle but Walker-Peters caught the eye down the right. He linked up well with Connor Mahoney and had to handle the tricks of Italian danger man Simone Minelli.

It was a new experience for the Tottenham youngster are was harder then he thought. It is important for a players development that they get eye openers like this and realise they have to improve to get to the level they want to. How they handle these situations says a lot about their character and Walker-Peters handled it very well.

"Playing with new team-mates was a lot harder than I thought. Obviously, when you are training together, you build a chemistry, then once you get that it becomes easier. 
"The manager has been very encouraging towards me. He likes his full-backs to bomb on, but also to be able to get back and defend. That's the way of a modern full-back. 
"As the game went on, the relationship between me and Connor got better. He knew what I was going to do in terms of overlapping, or he would play it back to me and I would drive inside. 
"I like to get forward a lot and know that I'm fit enough to get back and defend. This season I've already scored once for my club and I tried against Italy to get another but it went wide. 
"I feel really confident on the ball to beat players and I love to create chances for my team. 
"Minelli was a tricky player who can go both ways and use either foot. His movement was good as well but this is what international football is about. It was my first England game and you are coming up against the best of the best. It was a great test for me and I was pleased with my performance. 
"I feel proud and it's nice to make your family feel the same way. Now I want to try and cement my spot in the team - that's my main priority now."



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Kyle Walker-Peters debut call for England U18's

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Tottenham midfielder Kyle Walker-Peters has been rewarded with a debut England call-up for the U18's who take on Italy next week. The squad fly out on Sunday for a game on Wednesday.

Kyle Walker-Peters called up for England U18


Manager Neil Dewsnip has called up three new players, Tottenham midfielder Kyle Walker-Peters, Shrewsbury Town goalkeeper Harry Lewis and Chelsea striker Tammy Abraham.

The England lads travel to Venice to take on the Italians at the Stadio Giovanni Chiggiato in Caorle and Desnip told the FA website the group need these kind of challenges.

"We are all looking forward to traveling to Italy and facing another tough test. It’s an appropriate one for this age group, because I think they need to be challenged – and that is what they will face.”

Walker-Peters joins another Tottenham midfielder in the squad, Josh Onomah who was part of the winning U17 European Championship winning squad in May.

Italy v England

U18 International
2pm, Wednesday 24 September 2014
Stadio Giovanni Chiggiato, Venice, Italy

England U18 Squad:

Goalkeepers: Harry Lewis (Shrewsbury Town), Sam Howes (West Ham United)

Defenders: Callum Connolly (Everton), Dael Fry (Middlesbrough), Tosin Adarabioyo (Manchester City), Jake Clarke-Salter (Chelsea)

Midfielders: Liam Walsh (Everton), Kieran Dowell (Everton), Connor Mahoney (Blackburn Rovers), Callum Cooke (Middlesbrough), Josh Onomah (Tottenham Hotspur), Kyle Walker-Peters (Tottenham Hotspur)

Forwards: Tammy Abraham (Chelsea), Brandon Fox (Leicester City), Dominic Solanke (Chelsea), Demetri Mitchell (Manchester United)


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