Richard Nartey, Tariq Lamptey and Callum Hudson-Odoi have helped Chelsea U-18 side to be champions of England.
Ghanaian youngsters namely Richard Nartey, Tariq Lamptey and Callum Hudson-Odoi have won the English U-18 Premier League South division for a third season in a row with Chelsea, following a win at Leicester City.
Goals from Martell Taylor-Crossdale, George McEachran, pictured above, and Luke McCormick sealed the three points for Jody Morris’s team and an uncatchable 46 points with two matches to play.
The top four teams from the South division will go into Group 1 in the National stage, with the top four sides from the South.
Reading are guaranteed to join Chelsea after a 7-0 win over Swansea City today, while Arsenal need only a point from three matches after coming from behind to beat Norwich City.
West Ham United, who lost to Aston Villa, require two points from two matches to qualify as well.
The middle four from the two divisions get pooled together in Group 2, as is the case with the bottom four in Group 3.
Each team play each other once in the three national divisions, with the winner of top division crowned Under-18 Premier League champions.
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