James Rodgers picks a few youngsters he expects to make a big impact this season.
Posts Tagged ‘Youth Football’
Alan Kelly talks money and youth player development in a league where not everything is distributed equally or fairly.
After a sensational U17 World Cup in which he scored nine goals in four games, Kevin Coleman profiles Ivory Coast and Siena’s teenage striker Souleymane Coulibaly, who has already been linked with some of the world’s biggest clubs.
England are out (again) and the inquest has begun (again). So do we blame the manager for his tactics or the players for lacking ‘passion’ or skill? Do we blame the media for pressuring the team? Or should we just blame the Germans for being better than us? Whilst searching for answers let’s consider whether […]