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Nicky Ahamed

A holding midfielder, from the Wembley area, he has been with Chelsea since he was 10. He played four games, starting two, in the youth team last season.

Niclas Heimann

A German goalkeeper, a free signing from Bayer Leverkusen who is a good size, has good style and is left-footed.

Jordan Hibbert

An attacking midfielder, a South London boy who has been with Chelsea since he was 11. He played eight games, starting six, in the youth team last season and scored twice.

Billy-Joe King

A left-back who has come back well after a long lay-off with a dislocated knee. He has been with Chelsea since he was about seven. Lives in Claygate.

Jacob Mellis

The England Under-16s international attacking midfielder signed this summer from Sheffield United. He has already played at the new Wembley.

Adam Phillip

A striker who somehow got missed by standard scouting and only came into the system aged 15. Eighteen months ago he was playing Sunday park football. Now he has played at the new Wembley. He played six games in the youth team last season, starting three, and scored once.

Daniel Philliskirk

A second striker or attacking midfielder signed this summer from Oldham.

Jack Saville

A left-sided centre-half who joined from Reading Under-14s at the same time as Brendan Rodgers, now reserve team coach. He played four games in the youth team last season.

Jan Sebek

A Czech Under-16s international goalkeeper who is already 1.96m, the same height as Petr Cech. He is a raw talent who also plays as a striker for his Czech club.

Jordan Tabor

Another left-back, from the Oxford area, he has been with Chelsea for two years. He played five games in the youth team last season, starting three.

Whats your opinion on these? Shall we be seeing any of them pulling on the first team shirt in near future?

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