English youth, will they again dominate the Premier League, who are
DATE: 20.01.2016 - SOCCERVOICE - NEWS - SEASON 2016-17
League is by many described as a global football union, playing
their games in England. Especially the top teams having squads with
too many foreign imports, but who are the english youth
Everton manager Ronald Koeman has given a few of
them a chance to shine this season. New signing Ademola Lookman
introduced himself with a fine goal v. Man City, while another young
great prospect at Goodison is Tom Davies.
Mason Holgate was also in the team playing Man City, and his
perfomance was one to watch. He is a young player signed from
Barnsley and might be close to an England call up if he continues to
play the way he does at the moment.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp is not just importing players, but
also eager to give the English players a chance. Trent Arnold played
at right back v. Man Utd and did a good job. He is also one to
Wolves central defender Dominic Iorfa is one to look out for. Only
21, but well established at the Championship club. He is one player
allready linked with a move to Premier League.
Leicester City manager Claudio Ranieri is not a man "afraid" of
makng changes and doing things in a different way. A number of 20
year old playres are in and out of the team.
English youngsters Ben Chilwell, Demarai Gray and Harvey Barnes are
all young great prospects with games for the Premier League
champions this season.
Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino is not either afraid of
introducing english youth. Players such as Harry Winks and Dele Alli
are two players only 20, that makes their mark in the Premier League.
Aston Villa midfielder Jack Grealish is also one that made his mark
in the Prmier League earlier and hopefully will be a key player to
get the former League champions back to the top. Young midfielder
Andre Green is also one progressing at Villa Park.
Southampton players James Ward-Prowse and Nathan Redmond are just 22
and more or less established in the first team. You look at Man City
winger Raheem Sterling as a well established player, he is only 22.
In the decades of english football, new players manage to come
through and make their marks at an early age. They are simply better
footballers than those established.
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