Who will replace Foden as the next project?

Nicholas van Whatsisface

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So, consensus seems to be any of Palmer, Doyle, Harwood-Bellis, Braaf and Delap could be ready for the step up.

I noticed Palmer's name on the subs bench a couple of times post-lockdown, and obviously Doyle and HB have made their first steps into the first team picture this last season.

That's actually a pretty good spine right there, with promising players in key positions right across the pitch.
 

Cobra

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Well we’re back down to 3 subs next season so the chances of academy players being on the bench and making appearances just got a lot smaller.
 

Cheadle_hulmeBlue

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Hardwood bellis I think. Very young, but so much pontential

cole Palmer is being talked about a lot it seems, but I struggle to see him getting minutes next season with all of our attacking options
 
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MCFCFanTX

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I'll go against the grain and choose either Alex Robertson or Joe Hodge. I think both are supremely talented and, honestly, just have the look of a Pep player.
 

domalino

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Doyle, Palmer and Bernabe were all on the bench today which might suggest some sort of idea who's closest to the first team.
 

Delphinho

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I'll go against the grain and choose either Alex Robertson or Joe Hodge. I think both are supremely talented and, honestly, just have the look of a Pep player.
Haven’t seen much of Robertson, but Hodge is an absolutely ridiculous talent. Incredible on the ball and an extraordinary passer. Very small, but so is Kante and Verratti
 

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