ECU Joondalup, one of the most prolific producers of professional footballers in Australia, is hoping two more of their youngsters break into the professional ranks.
Exciting ECU teenager Danny Douglas is back at West Bromwich Albion for a two-week trial with the English club’s academy.
Douglas, 15, debuted this year for the Perth club’s U20s as a 14-year-old. He is highly rated by the WA club and the English outfit, who had the teen on trial last year, too.
Douglas will be in the UK for a two-week stint this month.
Another ECU product Fraser Dunlop is also trialing in the UK.
FTBL understands the striker is trialing with Stevenage, Bournemouth, Fulham and Sheffield United.
Meanwhile, former ECU keeper Ashley Maynard Brewer has gone out on loan from his club Charlton Athletic.
The 20-year-old has joined English sixth-tier club Dulwich Hamlet on a month loan.
The club in Perth is prolific.
Defenders Aryn Williams, Rhys Williams, Alex Grant, Josh Risdon, and Shane Lowry, strikers Joe Knowles (who is back at the club) and Adam Taggart are just some of the names ECU Joondalup have helped produce.