English Premier Academy League
The Premier Academy League is the top level of youth football in England. It is contested between the Academy sides of The Premier League and some Football League clubs, including Welsh side Cardiff City. It sits above the second tier of youth football, The Football League Youth Alliance, which is for the remaining Football League clubs and some Football Conference clubs with Centre of Excellence.
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Gossip column: Balotelli, Reus, Brozovic, Gary Neville
Borussia Dortmund midfielder Ilkay Gundogan, 24, who has been a target of Manchester United is open to a move to the Premier League after recovering from injury. (London Evening Standard). Arsenal, Manchester United and Liverpool are the trio of clubs ...
To be world-class, Thai football must invest in youth
Teerasil's leap onto the world stage would have been next to impossible without the Thailand Premier League (TPL), which spots the nation's finest young footballers and grooms them with regular training before they make the grade as fully fledged ...
Qatar, Abu Dhabi and Dubai: New centre of the sporting world?
"One of the key reasons behind the approach is the desire to accumulate 'soft power' in states which are either major trade partners or, more importantly, potential military protectors, notably the UK, France and the United States," he told the BBC ...
United's crop of 'kids' dragging club up
Blackett has now made seven Premier League appearances, with McNair - a central midfielder in the eyes of the club's Academy staff - notching his fifth outing at centre-half this season at Arsenal. ... back into the shadows for a period of time, but ...
Manchester City must seize last chance, says Pellegrini
MANCHESTER (Reuters) - Manager Manuel Pellegrini is desperate for Manchester City to seize the "last chance" to rescue their ailing Champions League campaign against 2013 winners Bayern Munich on Tuesday. The Premier League champions are ...
US Considering Outside Help to Close Development Gap
New York Times
To facilitate the evaluation, U.S. Soccer has engaged in discussions with a top international consulting firm that has done similar work with clubs in England's Premier League as well as Germany's national soccer federation, according to people briefed ...