• PL Kicks Cup 2018
    PL Kicks Cup 2018 The University of Manchester's impressive Wythenshawe Sports Ground was the venue for this year's Premier League Kicks Cup
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    PL Kicks Cup 2018 The event featured 87 teams, representing 63 clubs, with almost 700 young people from across England and Wales taking part
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    PL Kicks Cup 2018 Teenagers travelled hundreds of miles to Manchester from all over the country, from Newcastle in the north east, to Plymouth, above, in the south west
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    PL Kicks Cup 2018 For some it was their first time in Manchester. For others the first time they had left their town or city
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    PL Kicks Cup 2018 As well as giving young people the chance to come together, the event celebrated the work the Premier League Kicks programme does in local communities all year round
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    PL Kicks Cup 2018 Football freestyler and 2017 world champion Liv Cooke put on a masterclass in Manchester
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    PL Kicks Cup 2018 John McAvoy told his inspirational story of how he turned his life around; from being a wanted criminal and spending time in Belmarsh high security prison to ironman athlete
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    PL Kicks Cup 2018 Grime artist Bugzy Malone, one of the UK's brightest independent talents, also passed on his advice and experiences as well as posing for selfies
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    PL Kicks Cup 2018 Mayor of Greater Manchester Andy Burnham was on hand to give his support to the competition
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    PL Kicks Cup 2018 West Ham United won the Under-16 mixed trophy after beating Chelsea in the final
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    PL Kicks Cup 2018 West Ham United's team celebrate winning the trophy for the fifth year in a row
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    PL Kicks Cup 2018 In the Under-16 girls competition, Exeter City and Swansea City reached the final
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    PL Kicks Cup 2018 After the final ended 1-1, Exeter City won the penalty shoot-out to claim the title for the first time, with Everton winner Yannick Bolasie presenting the trophy