Excellent post. I really hope some of the class of 2017 make the grade we certainly have some real prospects. However, a word of caution, it will not be easy for these guys to make the breakthrough. Stop for one moment and look at the task they are faced with. Every summer City spend 100-150 million on new established talent and that is unlikely to stop any time soon. Some people bemoan the quality of some of these purchases but they are in the main established international class players. Pep has seen these guys training and reckons publicly at least that they have a chance of making the grade. But they have to convince him they can do a job and then go out and do it. This not an easy task for 16/17 year old's who are replacing some guy who cost 20 plus million and is an established international. Hands on heart. If you were manager of City and your job could depend on it would you bring in one of these kids lets say for the Cup Semi final? Because that is the only way you would find out if they are really ready yet. Garcia has made a few starts this season but do you think Pep will risk playing him on Wed against Monaco? How many games do City play each season that a win is not vital? The pressure on these young lads would be intense. Lets just hope that the 3 or 4 names most often mentioned from the current group mature over the next few years and get a chance to prove they are international class because that is what is required to get into the City squad these days.