Liverpool U18s have arrived at Buccament Bay Resort for their week-long stay on the Caribbean island of St Vincent.

Rodolfo Borrell's 20-man squad enjoyed a relaxed eight hour journey from Gatwick airport to Barbados before concluding with a short 45 minute flight to their final destination.

The young Reds will be hoping to round-off the 2010-11 campaign with a friendly win against St Vincent U20s on Thursday afternoon but will also be visiting local schools and hosting training sessions as part of the link-up that has already seen the club open a soccer school on the island.

Borrell was delighted by the welcome his team received and is looking forward to what he believes will be an enjoyable experience.

He told Liverpoolfc.tv: "We are very proud to be here representing Liverpool FC.

"We are looking forward to the game against St Vincent & the Grenadines' U20s. It would be nice to finish what has been a long season with a good performance.

"The lads have worked hard all year and this trip is an opportunity for them to relax. It is also a chance for us to touch the lives of the people of St Vincent and it will be a privilege to visit the local schools and train on the excellent facilities here at Buccament Bay Resort.

"It promises to be a fantastic trip and I am really looking forward to meeting the people of the island and to see how well our soccer school is doing here."

Liverpool U18s Squad: Tyrell Belford, Jamie Stephens, Joe Rafferty, Matty Regan, Matty McGiveron, Conor Coady (c), Michael Ngoo, Toni Silva, Krisztian Adorjan, Lewis Hatch, Patrik Poor, Kristjan Emilsson, Adam Morgan, Karl Clair, Tom Walsh, Peter Aylmer, Josh Sumner, Craig Roddan, Adam Hajdu, Henoc Mukendi.

Click on the logo to learn more about the Liverpool soccer school at Buccament Bay Resort

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