Peters insists there's more to come from FA Youth Cup stars
ST ALBANS City s youngsters continue their FA Youth Cup adventure tonight (Tuesday) when they tackle Wycombe Wanderers at Clarence Park. City s young guns reached the Second Round having dispatched Colchester United and if they repeat that feat tonight th
ST ALBANS City's youngsters continue their FA Youth Cup adventure tonight (Tuesday) when they tackle Wycombe Wanderers at Clarence Park.
City's young guns reached the Second Round having dispatched Colchester United and if they repeat that feat tonight they'll be rewarded with a trip to local rivals Watford.
City assistant boss Mark Peters praised the youngsters for their achievements so far but insisted there was still more to come from the squad.
"The lads have done fantastic to get where they are but it's all very well saying 'we've done fantastic' - they can do more," insisted Peters.
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"We see it on a daily basis when we take them for training, they've just got to believe in themselves and with a little bit of luck on the night, if they perform like they in the last round I'm fully behind them that they can get something out of the game."
Kick off tonight is 7.30pm and admission is �4 for adults and �1 for concessions.
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