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England Future Stars OR

England Future Stars OR

England Future Stars

England Future Stars is a program which provides specialist soccer coaching to kids aged between 3 and 12. The aim is to fulfill these children's soccer dreams by helping them improve their soccer skills and development. There are now 80 coaches making a difference in the lives of children across London's east end. The now have the opportunity to test their skills in a world-class academy and have the possibility of playing professionally, instilling a lifelong love for their favourite sport in all of them.

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Huddersfield will be doing everything they can to hold onto Colwill until January, and given the great start the Terriers have made to this season, consistency in a set-up in which he is thriving makes sense to maintain this rapid growth. Centre-back is one of few areas where England lack serious depth, and should Colwill be playing Premier League football before 2024, expect to see him on the plane to the European Championship in Germany.

Greenwood's task of breaking into the England fold does look a tough one though as he's competing in a special era for talented young attacking players. Harry Kane, Raheem Sterling, Jadon Sancho and Marcus Rashford all look nailed on for a spot in 2021, however, Greenwood is a player capable of providing a genuine match-winning impact, vital for tournament football, and that could edge him ahead of the likes of Tammy Abraham, Danny Ings and Dominic Calvert-Lewin. (Source: www.skysports.com)

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With Rio Ferdinand missing a lot of the current season through injury, Chris Smalling has had to step up to the plate as one of Manchester United's starting centre backs. Just three years ago, Smalling was playing in the Isthmian League Premier Division and is now a regular player for Manchester United—a considerable leap from the Isthmian League to the Premier League, and it shows the ability that this young player has.

Musiala capped off his impressive performance with a well-taken goal, maintaining his cool to slot home expertly from outside the box. The attacking midfielder may be young — he turns 18 on Friday — but if his display against Lazio was anything to go by, Musiala can compete at the highest level for many years to come. In just Musiala’s second full start in Europe’s elite competition, Lazio simply did not have an answer for him. (Source: www.internationalchampionscup.com)

 

 

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