63. Tafari Moore

An athletic right-back who has been capped by England at U16 level, for whom he played a part in the Victory Shield success, Tafari’s achievements on the domestic front last season were just as impressive.

After making his debut for the U18s as a substitute away to Norwich City, the youngster became a regular presence in the squad at that level, starting seven games in the New Year having already secured his scholarship deal with the guarantee of a one-year professional contract to follow.

The youngster also filled in at left-back during an injury crisis and, although there are still aspects of his game that require improvement, such as his decision-making under pressure, he should go on to establish himself as the regular right-back for the U18s this campaign and will also be hopeful of featuring in the older age-groups as the season progresses.


6 thoughts on “63. Tafari Moore

    Decker said:
    January 1, 2013 at 7:29 pm

    denzeil Boadu should get a scholarship

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    The S Man said:
    January 7, 2014 at 6:15 pm

    Hearing a lot of comparisons to Sagna

    robin said:
    April 10, 2014 at 10:33 pm

    This guy was rubbish today against Chelsea. He didn’t know when to tackle or when to hold his position, didn’t know when to force the opposition down the wing or into the middle. Not very impressed. Where the hell are you hearing comparisons to Sagna? I’m sure this guy used to be an attacking midfielder, he attacked a lot more than he defended! Too unsure of himself.

      Alex said:
      June 25, 2014 at 2:06 am

      The whole team near enough played rubbish mate! And your talking rubbish! Don’t know why your signalling him out he was no worse than any arsenal player out there. Your assessment of him in this match is flawed big time and bears no resemblance of his contribution. As for his defending if I remember rightly the goals came through the middle, and he was the one defender doing overtime for the rest at the back, whilst having to deal with his duties which he done and given it a go in assisting the attack trying to get us back into the match. As a confident and assured player as he is! He seemed very sure of himself in this match but maybe not in some of the players around him. Comparing him to Sagna! He is resolute in defence, linking up with the attack, a good engine and has great potential in general !

    Mohammed-ali said:
    April 28, 2014 at 8:52 pm

    He used to go to my old school queens park community school he was always taking my football at lunchtime and rip me with his skills whenever I tried to tackle him lol

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