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West Ham academy draw with Fulham

PUBLISHED: 15:07 09 November 2009 | UPDATED: 15:13 05 October 2010

West Ham under-18s are now unbeaten in five matches as they fought to a goaless draw against Fulham on Saturday

West Ham under-18s are now unbeaten in five matches as they fought to a goaless draw against Fulham on Saturday.

Danny Subuola and Christian Montano each had decent chances to win the game for Hammers, but it was not to be, before two Adam Street saves kept West Ham level.

"It was a game of missed chances which, had they been taken, either side could have won," said Carr. "We edged the game in terms of possession and chances, particularly before half-time, but we didn't manage to take advantage when we were in the ascendancy.

West Ham United: Street, Modelski, Craig, Sanchez, Driver, Barrett, Okus, Moncur (Wearen 70), Subuola (Purdy 80), Abdulla, Montano.

Subs not used: Smith, Brown, Lampe, Werndly.


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