Youngsters Triumph

West Ham's youngsters have kicked off the season in style by winning an international tournament in Holland.
It was James Allen's ice cool penalty in a thrilling shoot out against Liverpool that clinched the ADO Den Haag Tournament in front of 1000 or so fans at the Dutch club's stadium.
"James kept his nerve well to tuck the spot kick into the corner," says delighted youth team boss Tony Carr.
"The game itself, which finished 3-3, could have gone either way and Liverpool did put up a good fight.
"In fact, they did edge us for periods of the game, although it did take their last kick of the match to get the leveller, which took us on to penalties.
"I am delighted with the boys' performances throughout the tournament, and hopefully this augurs well for the future."
West Ham initially won their group stage by beating Feyenoord 2-0 with goals from Allen (penalty) and Cascione.
The boys then beat Heerenveen 3-1 with goals from Smith, Mehmet, and Dean.
The final match of the group stage saw Niall Ritchie get West Ham's goal in a 1-1 draw.
Eastwood (2) and Johnson scored West Ham's goals in the 3-3 draw with Liverpool, with Mehmet, Ward, Dean, and Allen scoring their penalties, with Johnson missing his.
TEAM: Jackson, Khan, Dean, Metititri, Johnson, Cascione, Smith (Allen 50), Eastwood (Ward 69), McMahon, Ritchie.
Other players were used in the tournament were Joe Sealey, Graham Carrick, Greg Pearson and Ayo Akinsete.
Anton Ferdinand, Phil Lumsden, and Brent Tatum also travelled.