Ryan Tunnicliffe & Ben Amos

Ryan Tunnicliffe (born 30 December 1992) is an English footballer who plays as a midfielder for Manchester United. Benjamin Paul Ben Amos (born 10 April 1990) is an English footballer who plays as a goalkeeper for Manchester United. 5.0/5

Ryan Tunnicliffe Ben Amos Nick Powell Jesse Lingard Federico Macheda Tom Lawrence Alex Buttner Carlisle United Premier League Manchester United Leeds United Tottenham Hotspur Nottingham Forest Old Trafford Tyler Blackett Harry Kane Larnell Cole Tom Carroll

Loans: Lawrence dazzles Tom Lawrence netted two spectacular strikes – one surely a contender for League One Goal of the Season – to help Carlisle United to a 4-1 win over Tranmere Rovers on Saturday. Lawrence's first was a 25-yard volley in the first minute to give the Cumbrians a dream start, but it was his second, described by Carlisle's official website as "one of the best goals ever seen" that will be shown again and again over the coming days. The 19-year-old forward picked up the ball almost 40 yards out and then jinked, feinted and dummied his way past four defenders before firing the ball into the bottom corner. Not a bad way to mark your first goals in senior football. In a strange twist, however, Lawrence was substituted immediately, while fellow United loanee Ben Amos completed the full 90 minutes in goal for Carlisle. Lawrence wasn't the only young Red to find the net on Saturday. Defender Marnick Vermijl scored in NEC Nijmegen's dramatic 4-3 win over Roda JC in the Dutch Eredivisie. The B ...
Good turnout for the Utd players on loan today..(DP) Jesse Lingard starts for Birmingham, they are away at Bournemouth. Ben Amos starts for Carlisle United, who take on Tranmere at home. Tyler Blackett is on the bench for Blackpool, they play on QPR at home. Federico Macheda starts for Doncaster, they take on Leeds United at home. Ryan Tunnicliffe starts for Ipswich, they are away at Nottingham Forest. Michael Keane is on the bench for Derby and they are away to Charlton.
Rentals of : - Nick Powell score defeat to Derby , Will Keane played to break team latiks and his brother Michael remained on the bench for the rams . - Ryan Tunnicliffe played a second straight game as a starter for Ipswich and helped their victory over Charlton . - Jesse Lingard played a full game at Birmingham 's victory away to Barnsley . - Ben Amos play a full game in the loss of Carlisle from Swindon in League 1, and Tom Lawrence made his debut and came on as a substitute in this match . - Tyler Blaket began as a holder for Blackpool win over Sheffield Wednesday 2-0. - Federico Macheda played the full 90 minutes and helped his team to win - Angelo Enriquez began as a holder for Zaragoza in their match against Las Palmas .
Result: Manchester United pip Tottenham Hotspur to Under-21 title Man utd have claimed the inaugural Barclays Under-21 Premier League title after coming from behind to edge Tottenham Hotspur in a 3-2 success last night. A number of players with first-team experience featured for both sides, including Tom Carroll, Ben Amos, Ryan Tunnicliffe and Harry Kane. Spurs had raced into a two-goal lead at Old Trafford, courtesy of impressive strikes from Jonathan Obika and Alex Pritchard. United rallied to reduce the deficit through Belgian youngster Marnick Vermijl, before Larnell Cole equalised with a composed finish from close range. Cole then completed the turnaround to score a winner two minutes from time as United secured a late victory in the reserve showpiece.
Wrap the title tonight & give some of the youngsters like Nick Powell, Ryan Tunnicliffe, Ben Amos & Alex Buttner chances to prove themselves
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