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EXCLUSIVE: Chelsea try to nick non-League starlet Carr from under Liverpool noses
By SAMI MOKBEL
 

Chelsea have hijacked Liverpool's attempts to land the hottest non-League talent in the country.
Sportsmail exclusively revealed on Tuesday how the Anfield club had invited 18-year-old Daniel Carr, who plays for Dulwich Hamlet, for a trial.
Carr, who started his career at Reading, was on Merseyside on Thursday, training with the club's academy hoping to impress Reds coaches enough to earn a professional contract.



On target: Liverpool have handed a trial to 18-year-old non-League star Danny Carr

However, the Stamford Bridge club have now made their move to land Carr.
The current Champions League holders have spoken directly with officials from the Ryman Division One South club about inviting Carr to train with the Blues.
Carr was said to be flattered by the high-profile interest in him, but had not made a definitive decision on his future.
Liverpool and Chelsea are among 14 clubs to have made enquiries for the talented teenager, with both Manchester clubs also said to be interested.

Drive my Carr: The youngster has already bagged 23 goals this season

Carr is viewed as one of the brightest prospects outside the professional game having bagged 23 goals in as many matches for the south London outfit this season.
He had an unsuccessful trial at Leeds United during the summer but came close to joining Championship rivals Charlton earlier this season after impressing Chris Powell during a trial.
But that deal collapsed over financial issues between Hamlet and the Addicks.
Nurtured as a winger, Dulwich manager Gavin Rose has transformed Carr into a central striker this season with blistering results.

Champion Hill: The small ground in south-east London where Carr plays for Dulwich Hamlet
Dulwich ideally want to keep Carr until the end of the season as they look to win promotion, but know they will struggle to keep him if a big club make a firm offer.
Rose said: ‘At his age it is potential. But if he is taken by the right club and works hard he can play at the top level.
‘We’ve got to be careful that Daniel isn’t caught up in a circus. The important thing if he does go is that he goes to a club that really wants him. 

‘We have reinvented him. He has only played here as a striker and he is a totally different player. He has got great movement and is very clever.
‘Daniel is decent technically, beats people on his own and scores all types of goals.’
Peter Crouch, Ian Wright and Alan Pardew have all played for Dulwich Hamlet.


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Daniel was supposed to try out with our under 20 two years ago under vranes  not sure what happened  ..And we sure could have used him with this under 20 team ......

http://www.socawarriors.net/forum/index.php?topic=52783.0

Vranes made eight substitutions at the half plus a ninth change early in the second half. North American invitees  goalkeepers Greg Ranjitsingh and Stefan Berkely, midfielder sMalcolm Manswell and Kester Guichard as well as  Ryan Mcleod were also in the squad.
Joining the squad for training in two weeks will be midfielder Daniel Carr of the Reading FC Academy and Canadian based duo Skylar Thomas, a defender and another Canadian-based defender Rudy James. (Feb 10,2011)


Now he is playing as a striker had bagged 23 goals and would most likely be moving on next season ....


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De TTFF go call him now...

Real assholes woking they boy.

If Manchester buy Boucaud tomorrow, he will be on de next flight to Trinidad as early as possible.

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De TTFF go call him now...

Real assholes woking they boy.

If Manchester buy Boucaud tomorrow, he will be on de next flight to Trinidad as early as possible.


he is going under our radar badly ........
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De TTFF go call him now...

Real assholes woking they boy.

If Manchester buy Boucaud tomorrow, he will be on de next flight to Trinidad as early as possible.


he is going under our radar badly ........

We still using a radar from the 1940's.


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Realistically, not one of you fellas would have said yeah he is worthy playing in some bush team to represent T&T..NOW..... he shining everybody is a genius.

Liverpool will not follow up their interest in non-league striker Daniel Carr after he struggled to make an impact while appearing in the Under-21's 3-3 draw with West Ham.

The Liverpool Echo has reported that the trialist was largely ineffective and was replaced on the hour mark by Adam Morgan. Carr has now returned to Ryman League Division One South side Dulwich Hamlet.


Daniel Carr has returned to his non league club after his trial with Liverpool. [Dulwich Hamlet]
The 18-year-old had come to Liverpool's attention after impressing for the non-league outfit where he scored 23 goals in just 23 appearances. He had previously been on the books of Reading but was released in the summer and was converted from a winger into a striker.

Carr was handed the chance to train with the Liverpool youth side but it seems the step up to competitive action may simply have been too much as he failed to make a significant impact.
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Realistically, not one of you fellas would have said yeah he is worthy playing in some bush team to represent T&T..NOW..... he shining everybody is a genius.

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I stand corrected.   

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It has always been my view that if a youngster has not developed with a Premier League Club, they should never make their first big move to a top 10 club. There are some exceptions to this rule, but I would not recommend taking the gamble.

I have personally seen "wonderkids" move from lower leagues to EPL and kill their career. Often it is the selling club who are desperate for cash who advise the boys to move to EPL. One example is Corbett who moved from Gillingham to Blackburn Rovers (when they were a big side). He was a great player, but no way mature enough for the EPL. The big money plus lack of playing time in the reserves led to total burn out and loss of fitness.

Why join a club where you are battling with 6 or 7 players for one spot, some of whom may be internationals?

My advice, and I gave this to Matty Jarvis and his parents, is to go to a promotion chasing Championship team or a mid table EPL club. In Jarvis case I suggested at the time Birmingham City or Wolves. I was pleased to see he went to Wolves, won promotion and was selected for England.

Joining a professional team in T&T is not an easy step up, as many players will tell you. Joining a professional team in Europe is much harder, even in English League Two! To jump straight into a club like Chelsea, Man U, Man City etc, only the absolute best will survive....and they may not be the best ability wise, but mentally and emotionally strong.

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Town sign Daniel Carr
« Reply #10 on: April 21, 2013, 12:18:31 PM »
TOWN SIGN DANIEL CARR

http://www.htafc.com/news/article/first-team-news-daniel-carr-766662.aspx

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17:52 11th April 2013
by Dave Sykes
Teenage forward joins from Dulwich Hamlet

Huddersfield Town has today completed the signing of teenage striker Daniel Carr from Dulwich Hamlet for a small undisclosed fee.
 
The 18 year-old has netted 24 goals for the Isthmian League Division One South side this season.
 
Carr was on trial with Liverpool before joining up with Town’s First Team squad for a three day training spell at the National Football Centre, St. George’s Park, ahead of the npower Championship game against Hull City.
 
He will complete the season at Dulwich Hamlet and has put pen to paper on a two year contract with the Terriers, with the Club having an option on a further year.
 
5’ 11” Carr will work with Senior Professional Development Coach Steve Eyre in the Development Squad.
 
Huddersfield Town Manager Mark Robins believes Carr has real potential:

“The Club has done really well to get to the front of the queue for Daniel given the level of interest in him, as well as the calibre of interested parties; we have been very proactive in making this deal happen.

“I would also like to thank Dulwich Hamlet and their Manager Gavin Rose for the way they have dealt with this deal.

“Daniel is a goalscorer and has terrific feet; I can see him playing up front and out wide. His task now is to continue his progression and development as a player for the rest of the season and once he joins us in the summer.

“His addition to the squad is in line with the Club’s policy of signing players with potential.”
 
Daniel was previously at the Reading Academy from 16 to 18 years old during the professional development phase and joined Dulwich Hamlet in September following his release from the Madejski Stadium.
 
He has also trained with the Trinidad and Tobago Under-20 squad.
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Re: Town sign Daniel Carr
« Reply #12 on: April 21, 2013, 06:57:54 PM »
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-2289905/Chelsea-rival-Liverpool-Dulwich-Hamlet-starlet-Daniel-Carr.html

This is a good move for Carr. He should get plenty of minutes on the pitch and that will allow him to develop and prove himself. Chances are, if he can score 10 goals before January, he'll be picked up by a club such as Wigan, Stoke etc for a few million.

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Re: Town sign Daniel Carr
« Reply #13 on: April 21, 2013, 07:45:58 PM »
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-2289905/Chelsea-rival-Liverpool-Dulwich-Hamlet-starlet-Daniel-Carr.html

This is a good move for Carr. He should get plenty of minutes on the pitch and that will allow him to develop and prove himself. Chances are, if he can score 10 goals before January, he'll be picked up by a club such as Wigan, Stoke etc for a few million.
Lol, that might end up being a lateral move.

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Re: Town sign Daniel Carr
« Reply #14 on: April 21, 2013, 07:50:14 PM »
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-2289905/Chelsea-rival-Liverpool-Dulwich-Hamlet-starlet-Daniel-Carr.html

This is a good move for Carr. He should get plenty of minutes on the pitch and that will allow him to develop and prove himself. Chances are, if he can score 10 goals before January, he'll be picked up by a club such as Wigan, Stoke etc for a few million.
Lol, that might end up being a lateral move.

Well, yes, but I feel that those two clubs have the money and the need to strengthen, while Huddersfield may need more cash to improve their squad next season.

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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-2289905/Chelsea-rival-Liverpool-Dulwich-Hamlet-starlet-Daniel-Carr.html

This is a good move for Carr. He should get plenty of minutes on the pitch and that will allow him to develop and prove himself. Chances are, if he can score 10 goals before January, he'll be picked up by a club such as Wigan, Stoke etc for a few million.
Lol, that might end up being a lateral move.

Well, yes, but I feel that those two clubs have the money and the need to strengthen, while Huddersfield may need more cash to improve their squad next season.

there a player at Huddersfield town academy  named kedesh Goddard ..maybe we should inquire about his eligibility
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Daniel Carr opens his account in Town colours

Daniel Carr opened his Town account at Bootham Crescent with a well taken goal as the Terriers drew with League 2 York City.

The former Dulwich Hamlet youngster connected well with Sean Scannell’s cross to level the scores after poor defending in the first half had seen Wes Fletcher fire the home side ahead.

It was more of the same for Mark Robins in terms of selection at York City as Town continued their build up towards the 2013/14 Championship season.

The same team who played impressively during the first half at Chesterfield were given another chance to stake their claims for a starting berth come August 3.

However, if the first five minutes were anything to go by they were going to have to improve rapidly as poor defending allowed League 2 York to open the scoring. Neat interplay between Nigel Worthington’s front pairing freed striker Wes Fletcher who slotted home calmly.

Prior to that left-back Jake Carroll had to make a smart clearance at the back post after Jack Hunt had been rounded on the by-line.

At the other end, Adam Hammill was up to his old tricks with ball at feet and at times had York’s full-backs in a twist during the opening quarter. It was his cross in the ninth minute which almost brought Town level, but Michael Ingham did well to deny Martin Paterson in the air.

Ingham was in the action again a few minutes later as Town began to up the ante. James Vaughan collected Adam Clayton’s ball with his back to goal and after turning sharply forced York’s stopper into a fine low save.

However, the ‘keeper was beaten all ends up in the 21st minute and had his post to thank for preventing Hammill levelling the scores. Ward had earlier done well to set the ball up nicely for the former Wolves man whose full volley flicked the post before going behind.

In terms of chances, that was the final one of the half for both teams. Town, in soaring heat, tried to be positive and dominate the ball, but at times overplayed and were caught in possession by a well drilled York outfit.

The chances were back again at the start of the second 45, but they were all in favour of the home team who had once again started well. Firstly, goalscorer Fletcher curled over from the edge of the area before a good chance was headed over in the box.

Just like in the first, once five minutes of the second half had elapsed Town began to play – and almost to great effect when Ward drove and went past York’s last man, but his shot from the angle was tame.

Robins introduced both Sean Scannell and Oliver Norwood during the opening twenty minutes of the half and the former wasted no time in reminding the Town fans of what he is all about. The former Crystal Palace man left three York defenders in his wake with 68 minutes gone before the ball made its way to Ward on the right, whose shot was blocked well.

By the time the 75th minute had passed Town’s XI was almost unrecognisable from the start of the game with only Murray Wallace and Alex Smithies still on the pitch. And it was Smithies who was the next Town player in action as he sprawled across his line to palm away Ashley Chambers’ goal bound effort.

Paul Dixon had looked impressive since his introduction in the second half and it was his assist which earned Town their equaliser. The defender twisted his marker in, then out, before crossing deep to the waiting Daniel Carr who side footed home with aplomb in front of the travelling Town fans.

Town’s team (4-2-3-1):

Alex Smithies; Jake Carroll (Paul Dixon, 71), Joel Lynch (Tom Smith, 26), Murray Wallace, Jack Hunt (Peter Clarke, 75); Keith Southern (Matt Crooks, 75), Adam Clayton (Jordan Sinnott, 75); Adam Hammill (Sean Scannell, 58), Martin Paterson (Oliver Norwood, 62), Danny Ward (Kallum Higginbotham, 72); James Vaughan (Daniel Carr, 75)

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de funny thing is i was meaning tuh start going n take in some of dulwich hamlet games wen dey were playin at home because it was rhel cheap n i only live riding distance away...had i gone i would of been able tuh chat tuh de yute n chain him up tuh get in contact n try play with us...oh well doubt i cudda watch too much ah dem skill-less football yes lol
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Huddersfield Town boss Mark Robins hoping former Dulwich Hamlet striker Danny Carr will come to the fore in Championship football this season


http://www.examiner.co.uk/sport/football/news/huddersfield-town-boss-mark-robins-5372667

“I like what I have seen of him because he’s got a trick, he can do the unexpected, go past people and finish," says boss



Opportunity knocks for Huddersfield Town young gun Danny Carr this season.

That’s the message from manager Mark Robins as Town prepare for today’s final pre-season friendly against Oldham Athletic at Boundary Park (3.00).

Robins, himself a striker in his illustrious playing career, sees plenty of potential in the 19-year-old summer signing from Dulwich Hamlet and hopes Town will feel the benefit as the 2013-14 Championship programme unfolds.

It’s the same message for other emerging hopefuls like Matt Crooks, Jake Carroll and Jordan Sinnott, while Carr is the one supporters believe could prove a trump card alongside fellow frontmen James Vaughan, Martin Paterson and Jon Stead.

“Danny Carr has done really well so far and he is keen to work on his game,” said Robins, whose side open their Championship programme against Nottingham Forest at the City Ground in exactly a week.

“I like what I have seen of him because he’s got a trick, he can do the unexpected, go past people and finish – which is great.

“He beats himself up a little bit too much at the moment, because he is so self critical and wants to do well, but he’s also got a lot of youthful exuberance which is fantastic.

“I’m sure his confidence will grow, too, the more he sticks the ball in the back of the net, and we are all looking forward to working with him.”

Robins feels the development squad has plenty more to offer as well and advised fans to keep an eye on the teenage players coming through.

“There are one or two I don’t want to name because I don’t want to put undue pressure on them, but we have some interesting talent waiting in the wings,” he said.

“Some have been in the system for a while and there are other, younger ones, as well who I am hoping will show themselves to be worthy of a shirt when they are ready.”
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Daniel Carr at the double for Eyre’s men

A superb first half display earned Town’s U21s their second successive victory of the season at Crewe on Monday afternoon.

Steve Eyre’s men went in at the half-time interval 4-1 to the good after Duane Holmes, Cristian Lopez and Daniel Carr (x2) had all netted.

With the international break looming Steve Eyre was able to call upon a number of first team players as Town’s U21s looked to build upon last week’s impressive victory against Leeds.

Eyre was without Matt Crooks, though, who suffered an illness through the night and was only deemed fit enough for the bench.

Town, with Danny Ward down the left, almost caught Crewe cold in the second minute, but Spanish striker Cristian Lopez was unable to head the winger’s cross on target.

Eyre’s men had the goal their early play deserved inside ten minutes, though, when Duane Holmes raced onto Dale Hopson’s pass and beat the home team’s ‘keeper at his near post.

Crewe, with former Premier League striker Nathan Ellington leading the line, responded well and were deservedly level on the score board when Ian Bennett was beaten from 12 yards after Town had failed to clear their lines.

The Terriers’ lead was restored midway through the second 45 when Cristian Lopez fired home excellently from the edge of the box before Daniel Carr’s quick-fire double meant that Town went in at the break 4-1 up.

The second half was far more even as Crewe restricted Town in the midfield area and looked more of an attacking threat. Despite that, the best effort they could muster with just twenty minutes to go was a free-kick from Ellington which flew over Bennett’s cross bar.

Town’s best chance of the half fell to Carr who was prevented his hat trick by a smart, one handed save, from Crewe’s stopper.

Crewe did grab a consolation in the final minute of the game courtesy of an own goal.

Town’s team (4-4-2):

Ian Bennett; Tommy Smith (c), Murray Wallace, James Burke, Dale Hopson (Joe Wilkinson, 79); Danny Ward (Paul Mullin, 68), Oscar Gobern, Duane Holmes, Max Leonard; Cristian Lopez, Daniel Carr

Unused substitutes:

Ed Wilzcysnki, Matt Cro

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Carr and Cristian grab braces in dominant victory
http://www.htafc.com/news/article/first-team-news-wednesday-21-mr-1045623.aspx

Daniel Carr and Cristian Lopez continued their good form in front of goal as Steve Eyre’s U21s recorded their third victory of the season. 

The strikers’ goals came after Franck Betra had given Wednesday an early lead at the John Smith’s Stadium.

The Owls’ frontmen did well to work a neat one two, but Town’s defence stood off them and allowed it to happen as Franck Betra raced past the covering Paul Dixon and slotted neatly under Lloyd Allinson.

The shock of falling behind kicked Steve Eyre’s men into gear as Daniel Carr went close twice from successive corners with ten minutes played.

Tommy Smith headed straight at Owls stopper Aaron Jameson before Duane Holmes played in an inviting cross which Town failed to convert as their supremacy in the match continued.

Matt Crooks and Paul Dixon failed to find the target with shots before the breakthrough eventually came. Holmes’ sliced volley fell at the feet of Carr who provided Cristian Lopez with a tap-in from three yards.

Wednesday were noticeably bigger than Town all over the pitch and caused Town problems from set-plays during the opening 45. In the 33rd minute Allinson displayed his agility to push wide Taylor McKenzie’s powerful header.

Keith Southern was playing his first game since injury in pre-season and was looking calm and composed in the centre of the park.

His composure was clearly having an effect on his teammates as they started the second half patiently before firing three goals in six minutes. Cristian doubled his own tally with another three yard tap-in after Carr had spun well in the box and hit the post.

Carr then grabbed the goals that his play had deserved with a quick fire double. His first was courtesy of great play between Crooks and Cristian and his second was thanks to a superb piece of individual play by Holmes who crossed for Carr to volley home.

Wednesday never recovered and it was Town who continued to look the more threatening as Dale Hopson forced Jameson into a fine save with a 25 yard volley.

Town’s team (4-4-2):

Lloyd Allinson; Paul Dixon, Murray Wallace, James Burke, Tom Smith; Dale Hopson, Matt Crooks, Keith Southern (Max Leonard, 66), Duane Holmes; Cristian Lopez (Paul Mullin, 75), Daniel Carr (Joe Wilkinson, 85)

Unused substitutes:

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Has this kid shown any recent interest in playing for Trinidad and Tobago?

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Carr nets brace in Development Squad win

Town made it four wins and one draw from five games in the U21 Professional Development League 2 with a comfortable 2-0 success at Coventry on Tuesday afternoon.

A second half brace from striker Daniel Carr continued his hot streak in front of goal as Town’s Development Squad continued its unbeaten start to the league season.

Town went into its match at Coventry unbeaten and they quickly proved their credentials.

A seventh minute Max Leonard free-kick almost opened the scoring for the Terriers, but the attacker’s dipping effort was pushed away well by Coventry’s stopper Burge.

Town’s dominance in the game continued throughout the first half, but for all their effort, they failed to find a way through. The best chances fell to midfielder Dale Hopson who failed to capitalise on a goalkeeping error and striker Daniel Carr who lifted his leg loosely at Leonard’s cross when he really should have converted.

Carr’s missed chance was right on the stroke of half-time and he was quickly given a chance to redeem himself at the start of the second – and this time he made no mistake. All the hard work was done by Hopson, who collected the ball on the by-line and found the unmarked Carr with a neat cut-back to slot home.

It was very nearly two just a moment later when the exciting Duane Holmes cut inside his marker and fired a low shot against the foot of the post.

Leonard’s performance in the first-half had been slightly hit and miss, but he began the second half far more consistently and capped his bright spell with the assist for Town’s second. The Academy graduate picked up the ball down the right and found Carr who completed his brace with a tap in, after his header had rebounded off the post.

Carr missed an excellent chance to grab his hat trick and the Terriers wasted a couple of good openings later in the game, but the result was never in doubt as Steve Eyre’s side furthered its unbeaten run.

Town’s team (4-4-2):
Ian Bennett; Jake Carroll, Murray Wallace, James Burke, Tommy Smith (c); Dale Hopson, Keith Southern (Ben Holmes, 74), Max Leonard (Will Boyle, 86), Duane Holmes; Daniel Carr, Paul Mullin (Flo Bojaj, 78)

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Carr brace earns sixth straight league win

Daniel Carr was back on the score sheet to help Town’s Development Squad earn its sixth straight league victory at home to Derby

The striker netted a first half brace to see off the Rams, who scored a consolation through 17 year-old Mason Bennett.

Town’s opener was slightly against the run of play after the visitors had started brightly; Kwame Thomas fired wide after good play from Michael Jacobs. Carr’s first goal was courtesy of good play from Paul Mullin and Tom Smith with the latter cutting the ball across goal for the former Dulwich Hamlet man to tap home.

Adam Clayton hit a free-kick just wide before Town doubled its advantage on 26 minute. The same two in Smith and Carr combined, with Dale Hopson also adding a bit of quality to allow the young striker the chance to grab his second.

The Terriers’ tempo dropped after the second and allowed Derby – and Michael Jacobs – to grow into the game.

The former Northampton midfielder began to have a big impact on the game in the second half as he saw goal bound efforts blocked by Jake Carroll and Tommy Smith. He also hit wide narrowly as Town struggled to keep Derby at bay.

Carr had Town’s best chance to extend the lead when he blocked Mats Morch’s clearance and hooked wide, but it was Derby who were next to score.

Captain Valentine Gjokaj played a superb ball into the path of Mason Bennett who raced in on goal and smashed a shot past his namesake at the near post.

Duane Holmes had a good chance to make it three with twenty minutes to go, but it was Derby who looked the more likely to score with Callum Ball having a shot superbly blocked by substitute James Burke.

Ball had the best chance of them all to level matters with six minutes to go, but he hit straight at Bennett after being put in the clear by Mason Bennett.

Town held on for the win, though, to extend its lead at the top of the U21 Professional Development League 2 to at least six points.

Town’s team (4-4-2):

Ian Bennett; Jake Carroll, Murray Wallace, Anthony Gerrard (James Burke, 60), Tommy Smith; Duane Holmes (Robbie McIntyre, 87), Adam Clayton, Jordan Sinnott, Dale Hopson; Daniel Carr, Paul Mullin (Jake Charles, 80)

Unused substitutes:

Ed Wilczynski, Ben Holmes

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Fleetwood sign Huddersfield Town striker Daniel Carr on loan
« Reply #26 on: November 21, 2013, 12:47:48 PM »
League Two club Fleetwood have signed teenage striker Daniel Carr on a month's loan from Huddersfield.
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Fleetwood lost David Ball to a shoulder injury at Northampton on Saturday, having already been without Jamille Matt because of an ankle problem.
Fleetwood striker David Ball is helped off the field at Northampton
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A prolific 2012-13 season with Isthmian League Division One South side Dulwich Hamlet earned Carr, 19, a move to the Championship side in April.
He has made three appearances for the Terriers, two of them from the bench.
The injuries to Matt and Ball, who is expected to be out for between four and six weeks, left Fleetwood manager Graham Alexander with only Jon Parkin and Sheffield Wednesday forward Emmanuel Dieseruvwe as his only fit strikers.
Carr will be available to make his debut for the Cod Army, who are currently fourth in League Two, against Mansfield at Highbury on Saturday.
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Huddersfield loan striker eyeing appearance
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Loan striker Daniel Carr says he hoping for more first team action after getting his first taste against Rotherham United on Tuesday evening.

The 20-year-old, who is on loan from Sky Bet Championship side Huddersfield Town, came on with 14 minutes remaining of the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy semi-final clash for his first appearance in Fleetwood colours.

Carr admits he has had to be patient for his chance in the Fleetwood first team, but says he is hoping he has impressed Graham Alexander enough to warrant more action.

Carr said: “It felt good to finally get on. I have been waiting patiently and the gaffer has finally given my chance and I feel like I have taken it.

“I always knew that I would get a chance. You come and learn to play football, whether you start or not, you will get your chance.
 
“I just wanted to keep my body right; keep going and when I get called upon I will be ready.

“If the gaffer likes how I have played then who knows. Football is a very different game; hopefully I impressed enough and showed what I can do to get more of a chance.”

Fleetwood travel to Rochdale to resume their Sky Bet League 2 campaign this weekend after two successive cup games.

Rochdale, like Fleetwood, currently occupy a place in the play-off positions and although Carr is expecting a tough game, he insists Fleetwood have got enough to come away from Spotland with a positive result.

Carr added: “It will be a tough game at Rochdale. I have heard they pass the ball well, but I think we have got enough to take them on.”
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Daniel Carr: Mansfield sign Huddersfield striker on loan

Striker Daniel Carr has joined Mansfield Town on an emergency one-month loan from Huddersfield Town.
The 20-year-old will go straight into the Stags squad for their League Two match at Tranmere on Tuesday.
He has appeared three times for Huddersfield after joining them in 2013 following a short trial at Liverpool.
Carr made five appearances during a loan spell with Fleetwood Town last season and scored in their New Year's Day win over Accrington Stanley.
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