Thread Rating:
  • 0 Vote(s) - 0 Average
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
Which Premier League clubs give homegrown talent the most game time? See where YOUR t
Which Premier League clubs give homegrown talent the most game time? See where YOUR team ranks

[Image: 0_West-Ham-United-v-Manchester-United-Pr...-Sep-2.jpg]

When it comes to giving opportunities to 'club-trained players',  the Premier League is lagging behind many of Europe's top leagues. Who says Jose Mourinho neglects homegrown talent?. This season, Manchester United have given more game time to 'club-trained players' than any other Premier League club.

A fifth of all the league minutes played เว็บ บอล ออนไลน์ by the club’s stars have been by players who spent at least three seasons there between the ages of 15 and 21. The likes of Marcus Rashford, Jesse Lingard, Scott McTominay and Andreas Pereira would fall into this category. Generally, though, the English top flight is lagging behind when it comes to giving opportunities to homegrown talent.

Premier League clubs are giving less than 10% of game time to players that they have developed themselves - one of the worst records in Europe. เว็บ บอล ออนไลน์ Just 8% of the league game time played by Premier League footballers this season was by club-trained players, according to research from the CIES Football Observatory.

That’s the ninth lowest percentage for a European top flight. Only Italy (5%) has a lower average out of Europe’s top five divisions. Clubs in the top flights of France (15%), Germany (16%) and Spain (17%) เว็บ บอล ออนไลน์ use club-trained players twice as much as their counterparts in England. United are well ahead of Juventus (0%) and Real Madrid (15%), roughly on par with Bayern Munich (21%), but behind PSG (32%) and Barcelona (34%).
Coleman unhappy with 'harsh' Andrews remarks

[Image: 1052690286.jpg]
Seamus Coleman made a winning comeback from injury with a bit of help from Everton goalkeeper Jordan Pickford at Goodison Park. But the Ireland captain is unhappy with his former team-mate Keith Andrews for some of the criticism he aimed at Martin O'Neill's side during a difficult October double header.

The absence of Coleman due to a stress fracture complicated things ibcbet for O'Neill's side, with the 30-year-old failing in his attempt to return for national service. He was back on the pitch yesterday and gave away a penalty that was saved by Pickford - he stopped Luka Milivojevic's second-half spot-kick after Coleman was adjudged to have fouled Wilfried Zaha.

The game was scoreless at the time, and the Toffees went on to take the points courtesy of late goals from subs Dominic Calvert-Lewin and Cenk Tosun. Coleman had Irish matters on the mind when he spoke to Newstalk afterwards. Andrews had described Ireland's year as the 'worst in living memory' and that offended the skipper.

"We're going through a tough time, ibcbet" said the 30-year-old. "Keith has been part of teams himself that could have been questioned at times. It's very easy from a pundit's position "I've to bite my tongue at times. Keith has got a job to do. He has really taken to punditry and might have been trying to make a name for himself by being a little bit harsh the other night.

"That's his job. When he was a player it was his job to get on the ball and make things happen and at times he didn't do that. It's difficult. "As players, we're all together. We want to be as passionate as we can for our country. ibcbet "Sometimes it's hard to take that criticism, Keith would say the same when he was a player - he got plenty of criticism and would have agreed it was hard to take.

Forum Jump:

Users browsing this thread: 1 Guest(s)