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Carr backs more West Ham kids to make senior breakthrough

West Ham United academy boss Tony Carr expects more youngsters to make the first team breakthrough next season.

Carr told whufc.com: "Marek Stech has had an excellent couple of seasons. He is a promising young goalkeeper and I am sure he has got a great future.

"Junior Stanislas and Jordan Spence have been regulars for the youth team and the reserves. Both had very good seasons. Junior has been called into the England U19 squad on occasion and Jordan is captain of England U17 and on the fringes of the U19s as well. They are promising players that we should all keep an eye on.

"That is what we are talking about, the conveyor belt. We are looking for the next in line and we are hoping the conveyor belt continues."


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