Youth Academy Policy For Fan-Owned Club

I might have mentioned before. The fan-owned club (which I support) has secured English Football League One survival in the recently concluded season of 2018 to 2019. This is the closest of the margin of three goal advantage in respect of the goal difference. It is important for the club to focus on rebuilding the squad based on the youth academy policy. I believe that this is the right way in which the club should be focusing on a long term basis. There is no way in which the club can compete with the bigger and rich club for the better quality players who are available in the market. Relying on the academy players is the only way to improve the results on the field. The club will have to sell the established academy players in order to generate the revenue for the team. The generated revenue can be channelled to the academy which will be well-equipped to produce better quality academy graduates for the club. This is the recipe of success for the club. I hope that the club will continue to adopt such strategy on a long term basis.

WTK

Author: firewtk

A middle-age Singaporean currently having a minimalist and simple lifestyle. I am not longer in full-time employment with effect from 1 May 2019. I try my very best to write one post per day on this blog. The purpose is to share my prevailing thoughts to interested readers. It is up to the interested readers to decide whether they want to take action in embarking on the FIRE journey. I do not gain anything from this blog and it is solely for sharing hopefully for the benefits of all interested reader. WTK

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