Blackburn Rovers won late but Morton impressed from the start
The young Reds play Sunderland U18s
The U21 and U19 boss said the young Scotsman has grabbed his opportunities this season
The Scottish winger scored two and created three goals for the Academy side. Meanwhile, forgotten man Arthur Melo featured as he works his way back to fitness, and Layton Stewart returned after two months out.
The LFC Academy side generated some very good chances against a good Chelsea side, but neither team was able to break through in a 0-0 draw.
The homegrown teenager will spend the rest of the season in Scotland.
There have been lots of incomings and outgoings from the Liverpool Academy. Standout center back Jarell Quansah is the latest to go on loan, heading to Bristol Rovers for the rest of the year
The young Livepool midfielder has impressed while on loan in Scotland. Aberdeen has brought two more players in for competition in midfield, but the plan seems to be for Clarkson to stay for the second half of the season.
Jürgen Klopp was on hand to watch a very strong U21 side, but a DOGSO red card for Calvin Ramsay in the first half left the squad undermanned.
The former player had a front row seat to the teenager’s big move.
The 19 year old found the back of the net for the 6th time this season for Bolton Wanderers
The young defender was lauded by the Liverpool manager for his play and versatility during the mid-season training camp in Dubai
Layton Stewart scored four goals for the U21 side in a closed door friendly that they won 7-4 over Fleetwood. The younger Academy side dropped a 2-1 match to local rivals Everton.
The young striker has scored six goals in nine matches for the Welsh Premier League side
The 17 year old made his senior team debut against Derby County last week after impressing for both the U18s and U21a
The luck of the draw gives us a chance to play the yutes, and they delivered.
The young right back has been training with the senior team, but is building back to match fitness with competitive minutes for Liverpool’s U21 side.
Ben Doak and Trent Kone-Doherty both scored vital goals for the Liverpool U21 and U18 squads respectively as both sides battled back for victories.
Layton Stewart scored a hat trick and Oakley Cannonier scored a brace to pace Liverpool, who are now unbeaten in 7 matches in the PL2.
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