He won't be coming here whilst we have Jose.How about getting Michael Emenalo? Chelsea has a great youth system - seem to churn out premier league standard players
Do not think we will see this at the very top level of football but in the leagues below this could happen and it might be a good thing for our game in the long run by giving a few youth players more game time and more opportunities.Just thinking out loud here because it's late but...
With the finances in football taking a big hit because of the Covid-19 outbreak and subsequent lockdown, can we be expecting a lot of teams to turn to their youth, as opposed to the transfer market?
I would have thought that a fair few clubs are going to have to tighten their belts and it might just be what the game needs.
Less big money signings and more chances being given to academy players.
Could it change football for the better?
I’m sure skipp was in the same situation as wellInteresting reports on KWP.
Apparently he never knew why he wasn't in the team after his MoM performances.
I often defended Poch and his treatment of KWP but this I don't like. If the player doesn't know why he's been dropped how can be improve
If he was, and you're probably correct, that could be evidence for why they haven't progressed as much as they might of.I’m sure skipp was in the same situation as well
That's weird, I was only just checking up on him early today. I had no idea he had even been seriously injured let alone had to retire because of it.I didn’t realise Will Miller had retired because of injury.
The former Spurs and Burton midfielder talks to Donald McRae on the impact of Ugo Ehiogu’s death, swapping football for a creative career and helping players with depressionwww.theguardian.com