Youth 21/22

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It might well be a reflection on those in the year group below as well who won the EFL Floodlit Cup and will be second year scholars next season. There are some very good prospects who didn't even get a scholarship in that year let alone those that did. We could easily see an additional 3 or 4 of them get pro deals in addition to Sonny and Harry.
 

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Kevin Nicholson's review of the season


 

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Kevin Nicholson's review of the season


Do we know what players have been given contracts for next season
 

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An interesting, detailed insight into the kids' development.
The fact that they now have so many role models to emulate must be a tremendous motivation for these kids.
 

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Maybe it's my rose coloured glasses again, but, in my nearly sixty years of supporting City, I don't think I have ever felt so positive about the future. Even, when as a twelve year old I watched George Best run up and down the wing at the Park, and celebrated Alan Banks' goal, I am proud to support a team that does things right, and long may it continue.
 

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Kevin Nicholson's review of the season


The only discordant note is ".... and on top of that with Chad (Gribble) moving on, that made things even more disruptive...."
His sudden departure without any fanfare was certainly a bit of a shock, given the undoubtedly important role which he played, can anyone throw any more light on this ?
It would certainly be of concern, if there is an underlying problem in our structure that needs to be addressed.
 

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The only discordant note is ".... and on top of that with Chad (Gribble) moving on, that made things even more disruptive...."
His sudden departure without any fanfare was certainly a bit of a shock, given the undoubtedly important role which he played, can anyone throw any more light on this ?
It would certainly be of concern, if there is an underlying problem in our structure that needs to be addressed.
I thought he went because he had a better offer and a new challenge.
 

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The only discordant note is ".... and on top of that with Chad (Gribble) moving on, that made things even more disruptive...."
His sudden departure without any fanfare was certainly a bit of a shock, given the undoubtedly important role which he played, can anyone throw any more light on this ?
It would certainly be of concern, if there is an underlying problem in our structure that needs to be addressed.
He's gone to Doncaster. More money, maybe?
 

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The only discordant note is ".... and on top of that with Chad (Gribble) moving on, that made things even more disruptive...."
His sudden departure without any fanfare was certainly a bit of a shock, given the undoubtedly important role which he played, can anyone throw any more light on this ?
It would certainly be of concern, if there is an underlying problem in our structure that needs to be addressed.

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