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12 Nov 2020 13:50:45
Question for U23 expert Spanish and anyone else.


I wonder which (if any ) of our current youth set up will actually make it and come through to be regulars in the first team?

Geldherdt? Shackleton? (He has not made it ( yet) for me.

Its been many years now since our last DEFINITIVE youth success KP ( and possibly Vieira ) broke into the first team on a regular/ permanent basis.

In the past 60s,70s 80s and 90s we have had soo many youth players come through successfully to play regularly in the first team

but it appears to be happening less and less frequently now.

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12 Nov 2020 16:47:48
Foreign owners, Foreign coaches, Foreign players it's going to happen less and less especially with diversity rammed down your throats 24/ 7.

12 Nov 2020 17:06:14
Good point kly 👍.

12 Nov 2020 17:20:35
Baz I am expecting Drameh, Hosannah, Huggins, McCalmont, McCarron, McKinstry, Gelherdt, Greenwood, Edmondson and Dean to feature for the first team with some minutes before the end of 2021. Who makes it and takes their opportunity difficult to predict as many factors involved. I still maintain it was a mistake to permit Corberan's departure.

12 Nov 2020 18:16:14
Yes kly very good point.

I keep hearing that Bielsa is known for bringing through into the first team, developing and improving young players.

Bielsa has certainly improved KP hopefully he can do the same for the likes of MacAlmont and others.

12 Nov 2020 19:09:50
Georgey that is a long list . of those which ones do you think will actually become a Leeds United first regular at some point?

I am going for Geldherdt and Drameh . possibly Huggins and MacAlmont


Completely agree letting Corberan go was regrettable. his influence is missed.

12 Nov 2020 19:49:06
This is what I keep saying. Orta is hailed for his 'ones for the future' but the reality is that none whom he has signed so far has made an impact as yet.

12 Nov 2020 22:34:47
Baz I'd say the brightest prospect is Gelhardt but anything can happen. Youth players can surprise and disappoint as they mature. Nearly a decade ago we had a lad billed as the next John Giles. He was released and after more than 2 years at his latest club still awaits his non-league debut for a popular seaside town in North Yorkshire.

13 Nov 2020 16:24:44
Bloody hell george if even half those young guns make the match day squad Rad will save a bunch of cash. Here’s hoping.







 

 

 
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