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Discussion in 'General football forum' started by manimanc, 3 Nov 2014.
Sensible post, you won't last long mate.
Why as a kid would you not go to City's academy. We have the best facilities in the country, great coaches and you get a private education. Even if you dont make it at City and you have the talent, what is to stop you have a good career elsewhere. This what the media dont get
Good one that
I like him in the film
We have that advantage now, but if others start to offer similar, even if the buildings aren't as posh, & also convince kids it will be more likely they will get a game in the Prem there than at City, we will lose out.
Utd, Liverpool etc are losing the best kids to City, Chelsea, they are using the media to try & undermine both.
Plenty of people on here are happy to sleepwalk through this, but Sancho leaving should be a dose of reality (even though for many, incredibly, it still isn't ). We have to up our game re first team chances for kids, in the near future, or we start to lose out to other clubs for the best talent at academy level.
That's the choice.
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Etuhu, Sturridge, Sancho.
There have always been arrogant tossers who thought they knew better than the club what was best for them.
even you have fallen for the media bullshit
so we play Sancho infront of Sane sterling Bernardo laughable the academy is a ways of getting round the system they invented to stop us, train good kids into professional footballers and sell them on. the kids get game time on loan if they want it enough
Get buy back clauses in their contracts and it's as if their still our player except they get more game time.
Ray "Butch" Wilkins about 6.10am today spouted "Rashford stays back 10 minutes each day after training to work on his finishing. Raheem should take a leaf out of his book".