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After helping Chelsea development squad in their Fa Youth Cup campaign, which the Blues won for the fourth consecutive year, Ike Ugbo will play with Barnsley on loan next season.

The young striker and Chelsea have reached a deal with the Championship’s side and Ike Ugbo will play senior football for the first time in his career.

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Wednesday night Antonio Conte was at Stamford Bridge to watch Chelsa U18s team win the fourth consecutive Fa Youth Cup vs Manchester City.

After the game the Italian manager went to the dressing room to congratulate and give a speech to the young Blues players.

“After the game he was in the dressing room, giving a speech, saying well done”. – Jodi Morris, Chelsea U18s manager said – He is a really good guy. He is not only someone who has done a bit in the game, he’s helping Chelsea at the minute. I like to go and watch him as much as I can. I did the same when Jose Mourinho and Guus Hiddink were here. Any manager in charge of Chelsea’s first team is going to be top draw. I want to learn. I’m always over there watching”.

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For the fourth consecutive year Chelsea win the Fa Youth Cup. After the draw (1-1) in the first leg of the final vs Manchester City, The Blues trashes their opponents 5-1 tonight.

Chalobah, Ike Ugbo, Callum Hudson-Odoi, Dujon Sterling and Cole Dasilva were the scorers for the home team.

Also Roman AbramovicAntonio Conte, John Terry and Frank Lampard were at Stamford Bridge to celebrate with Jody Morris’ side.


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Tonight, at City’s Academy Stadium, Chelsea and Manchester City will play the first leg of the Fa Youth Cup final. (kick-off 7,45pm)

The Blues have won the last three editions of the competition and, in 2015 and 2016 they have defeated Manchester City.

The second leg will be played next Wednesday at Stamford Bridge. Both matches will be televised live on ITV4.

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Season ticket holders and members can buy up to four tickets per person for the Fa youth cup semi final first leg.

The game will be played next Tuesday vs Tottenham at White Hart Lane (kick-off at 7.15 pm).  Chelsea have received an initial allocation of 500 tickets, which will go off sale tomorrow.

Moreover, tickets for the semi final second leg, which will be played on Saturday 18 March at 5.15pm are already on general sale.

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Chelsea will face either Newcastle or Tottenham in the Fa Youth Cup semifinal: Jodi Morris’s side opponent will be decided Monday 27 February when Newcastle will host the Spurs for their quarter-final tie.

The Blues will play the first leg away, then they will host their opponents at Stamford Bridge. Tickets information and dates will be announced after Monday 27 February

Chelsea now have the chance to lift the trophy for the fourth consecutive year after winning the last two finals against Manchester City and, in the 2013/14 season, defeating Fulham.

In the other Fa Youth Cup semifinal Preston-Stoke City quarter final tie’s winner will face Aston Villa-Manchester City winner.

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Chelsea Under-18s team beat Leicester City in the FA Youth Cup and go through the last-four after a 1-0 win.

Next Wednesday sees Aston Villa host Manchester City, then Tottenham Hotspur travelling to Newcastle United and Preston North End facing Stoke City on Monday 27 February.

Ike Ugbo‘s goal secured Chelsea an away win which means that the Blues could lift their third successive FA Cup youth title.

Chelsea (4-3-3) Jared Thompson; Reece James, Marc Guehi, Trevoh Chalobah, Josh Grant; Jacob Maddox, Mason Mount (c), George McEachran (Tariq Uwakwe 58); Dujon Sterling (Martell Taylor-Crossdale 81), Ike Ugbo, Callum Hudson-Odoi (Conor Gallagher 90+2)
Unused subs 
Richard Nartey, Jamie Cumming
Scorer Ugbo 66
Booked Sterling

Leicester City Cameron Yates (c); Simran Thandi, Alex Pascanu, Darnell Johnson, Calvin Ughelumba; Morgan Brown, Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall, Lamine Sherif; Layton Ndukwu, Kairo Arlott-Edwards, Kanya Leshabela (Harrison Myring 76)
Unused subs 
George Heaven, Adam Harrison, Cal Templeton, Conor Tee
Booked Sherif

Referee Mark Haywood

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Chelsea U18 qualified for FA Youth Cup fifth round after beating Birmingham City 5-0 tonight.

The goals were scored by Mason Mount ( 37′, 45+1, 62′) Cole Dasilva (55′) Reece James (85′).

They will now host Sheffield Wednesday in the last-16 this Monday 23 January at Aldershot Town at 7.05 pm.

BIRMINGHAM CITY  U18-  Adam Siviter, Louis Yuill (Keiron Dawes 82), Matthew Timms, Olly Mulders (c), Cameron Ebbutt, Geraldo Bajrami, Tai-Reece Chisholm, Charlie Lakin, Ronan Hale (Tyrell Hamilton h/t), Odin Bailey, Leo Brown (Jordan Clarke 15).

Unused Subs: Max Beardmore, Jack Cancannon

CHELSEA U18 – Jamie Cumming; Marc Guehi, Richard Nartey, Trevoh Chalobah; Dujon Sterling, Mason Mount (c) (Reece James 66), Jacob Maddox, Cole Dasilva; George McEachran (Martell Taylor-Crossdale 61), Callum Hudson-Odoi (Harvey St Clair 74), Ike Ugbo.

Unused Subs: Jared Thompson, Josh Grant


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