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Offline Rastaman

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What Development looks like
« on: December 09, 2021, 08:06:17 AM »
These are the things that you don't hear about but are essential to the development of the game in Europe.

Yesterday before Man Utd. played Young Boys in the Champioms League.....Man Utd. U19 played Young Boys U19 in the Youth Champions League

When ever senior national teams like England play an international friendly......their u21 team plays the same Country the day before.

This is what a Concacaf Technical Committee is supposed to be implementing in this region

...oh wait... Jack Warner disbanded the Concacaf Technical Committee  :banginghead:

If our young players get this kind of exposure
1. they can be seen and get contracts at a younger age
1. they will develop faster and make better senior team players

We have to move away from only have a youth team a few months before a tournament.....and develop an consistent program with regular meaningful games for them to play in order to foster their development.

 

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