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Manchester United U21 3-0 Aston Villa U21

Jonny Evans returned to action as Manchester United’s under 21 side ran out comfortable 3-0 winners over Aston Villa at Old Trafford.

The centre back, who has been out of action for over two months with a calf injury, played for over an hour as the young Reds side recorded their first win in four games to keep their end of season play-off hopes alive. 339 more words

Football

Places to go!

Windows 8, what are you. I’ve made the jump to a new computer and everything feels a bit odd to say the least. I’ve been playing around, trying to get everything up and running. 309 more words

Uni

The Eye and the Night

I took part in the National U21 Poetry Slam for March this year, and performed The Eye and The Night for the first round. The video was kindly provided by Word Forward.

Poetry

Back & rethinking global citizenship

It was a great couple days at the U21 conference and I’m finally back in Scotland – grateful for the cooler air and getting out of the hotel routine, but inspired by the people I met and the discussions shared. 572 more words

Internationalisation

Day 2 in Malaysia

After the first day of the U21 workshop on global citizenship (despite another 4am jet lagged morning), it’s easy to feel inspired by the possibility of what institutions can do alongside students regarding global citizenship. 125 more words

Eusa Global

EUSA Global goes to Malaysia

Tomorrow I leave for Universitas 21′s Global Citizenship workshop in Malaysia.  The workshop will explore current understandings of global citizenship and best practice around negotiating University strategy and student experience. 111 more words

Eusa Global

Real Madrid flops or future Spanish stars?

Since the U21 Euros in summer both Isco and Morata signed for Real Madrid as just two of their incredible group of Spanish youngsters, also including the likes of Illaramendi (Illara) and Jese, but Isco and Morata have mainly been left on the bench due to the mass of stars in the Real Madrid squad, who can forget their record signing of Bale over summer? 896 more words