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admsghs27
Post #31
Sunday October 13, 2013 11:04pm

Joined Nov 2012
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I think USA is doing a great job with youth development. Many of our youth players are around the same level as power houses world wide youth players... I think in the next 10 yrs or so usq will have one of the best youth developments in the world...

stone88
Post #32
Sunday October 13, 2013 11:31pm

Joined Aug 2012
Total Posts: 856
Original post from admsghs27

I think USA is doing a great job with youth development. Many of our youth players are around the same level as power houses world wide youth players... I think in the next 10 yrs or so usq will have one of the best youth developments in the world...


We are consistently doing better, but we a ways off the top tier of countries in youth development. Those countries consistently have young players 18-21 breaking through in the best leagues and on some of the best teams in the world. We are getting there but IMO we are a longs ways from being having one of the best youth development system in the world.

admsghs27
Post #33
Sunday October 13, 2013 11:50pm

Joined Nov 2012
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Im seeing the players between 12-18 they are very good and compete and outplay teams from youth squads world wide.. Even internationally.. Many of the academy players here are so much better than 5 to 10 yrs ago.. A few months ago in the copa de naciones in Mexico I believe USA finished 3rd out of 24 teams I think... And there were worldwide power houses.. Just recently USA sub 17 did very well in a tournament in Spain and dominated real madrids sub 17.. USA has the brightest future ever.. Im very excited at all levels of ussoccer.. Is only a matter of time when USA will win sub 17, 20 world cups, olympuc gold..

EKneezy
Post #34
Monday October 14, 2013 1:21am

Joined May 2013
Total Posts: 1,862
https://twitter.com/USAprospects/status/38950...

https://twitter.com/Shaq_Mooree/status/389512...

Great stuff for those guys and congrats on 2nd place.

nolefansandy
Post #35
Monday October 14, 2013 1:37am

Joined Jul 2012
Total Posts: 281
I honestly believe we have a better base in developing players than Mexico but Mexico does a better job developing professionals if that makes sense. I forgot who Soccer America was interviewing but the guy said that the USA had a better academy system set up. Mexico's only clubs are the professional ones. Mexico's non professional youth set ups are really poor and disorganized. This is probably why Mexican teams sign so many kids in the USA.

admsghs27
Post #36
Monday October 14, 2013 3:21am

Joined Nov 2012
Total Posts: 3,197
@usaprospects one of my fav twitter feeds... always bright prospects emerging...

2tone
Ten-Towns
Post #37
Monday October 14, 2013 4:40am

Joined Jul 2012
Total Posts: 5,052
There are definitely some very talented youngsters coming down the pipeline. Exciting times ahead for the US mens program as a whole

Scout92
Lone Star State(Gun State)
Post #38
Saturday September 27, 2014 3:27pm

Joined Dec 2012
Total Posts: 1,057
Kyle Scott has been going HAM for Chelsea u18s lately. He returned from his injury and has been magnificent these last four games. Producing Wurlitzer in all games, hope England doesn't start come sniffing around..he would choose them.. I'm sure he'll get called up for the next u18 roster.

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