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Age kids can start: NFL Flag, Amateur Athletic Union and community flag football programs usually begin at age 5 or 6. In schools, players often start tackle football in middle school. Kids can play Pop Warner tackle football from age 5 to 16, but must meet strict weight-for-age standards. Football remains off limits as St.

Louis County releases new youth sports guidelines Sep 9, 2020 St. Louis County schools can begin limited competition Friday in cross country, girls golf, girls. In 2013, ESPN called youth sports “so big, no one really knows how big.” Project Play, a report by the Aspen Institute in 2016, stated that three out of four American households have at least one school-aged child participating in youth sports but that only translates to 56.6 percent of American children, despite all the proven benefits. The statistics show that youth sports in its purest form is a wonderful learning and growing experience for kids. It’s us adults who tend to mess it up.

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Several hooligan formations at lower-league football clubs have been attracting new young recruits in recent years (King and Knight, 1999: 219).

“Understanding Football Hooliganism: A Comparison of Six Western European Football Clubs” by Ramón Spaaij
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An England Youth international, Keith Osgood made his debut in the last League match of 1973-74, but after a couple of League outings at the start of the next season went back into the reserves.

“The Spurs Alphabet” by Bob Goodwin
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Stuart MJ, Morrey MA, Smith AM, et al: Injuries in youth football: A prospective observational cohort analysis among players ages 9 to 13 years.

“The Athlete's Shoulder E-Book” by James R. Andrews, Kevin E. Wilk, Michael M. Reinold
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Elsevier Health Sciences, 2008

Players of teenage years do feature in all top club teams, previously Manchester United and currently Leeds United squads are characterized by a high proportion of young players in the first team.

“Science and Soccer” by Thomas Reilly, A. Mark Williams
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The players were selected from high school teams and local youth clubs.

“Mandated Corporate Social Responsibility: Evidence from India” by Nayan Mitra, René Schmidpeter
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The following sections show how many youth leagues tweak the rules to benefit youngsters.

“Coaching Basketball For Dummies” by The National Alliance For Youth Sports, Greg Bach
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Most of the studies focused on the relative age effect in youth soccer.

“Enhancing Health and Sports Performance by Design: Proceedings of the 2019 Movement, Health & Exercise (MoHE) and International Sports Science Conference (ISSC)” by Mohd Hasnun Arif Hassan, Ahmad Munir Che Muhamed, Nur Fahriza Mohd Ali, Denise Koh Choon Lian, Kok Lian Yee, Nik Shanita Safii, Sarina Md Yusof, Nor Farah Mohamad Fauzi
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Gravette Youth Football League Inc., Until June 2007,

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Using multi-lateral competitions in age groups will require coaches to expose young football players to fundamental football-specific skills and capacities as well as to fundamental multi-purpose activities.

“Developing Youth Football Players” by Horst Wein
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Víctor Valdés had already spent four yearsinthe youth system at the CampNou, and a 17­year­old called Carles Puyolhadjust beenscouted and signed – toplayasa winger.

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  • This didn’t age very well, Germany didn’t even get out of group stages in 2018!!! ���� French soccer/Football now is on top with the 2018 world cup ����

  • Even though the poor kids are left out in the cold, I get a feeling with youth football going down the toilet youth football programs could either discount their prices or create inexpensive methods to get the poor kids to be their next players in pads.

  • This is brilliant, Germany are doing it right. It also makes me sad and I wish I tried harder when I was younger. I got scouted at an early age but never made the selection. I remember making a training schedule when I was around 8, but I had nobody to guide me like these young players. The future looks bright for the German kids though ������

  • I don’t know of many places that don’t have youth leagues run by volunteers that charge much less, whether that be baseball, soccer, basketball, or football. Parents get fooled into thinking their kid is the next big thing, but the fact still remains DNA plays a bigger role than many ever will on an athletes success.

  • The lady that moved to Hilliard and now says her girls can’t play soccer is full of it. There are multiple leagues around they could play in. Just because you can’t afford “Travel” teams does not mean you just can’t play anymore….this is bogus. Of course the rich people will pay for the top trainers and such, doesn’t mean that kid is going D1 or to the pros…

  • “Love what you do”
    Love this one because it doesn’t say “Do what you love” what everybody is saying when motivating, but it says to just love what you do. Very deep in my opinion.

  • This is a HUGE SCAM… they are lying so you can pay top dollar… if your kid is good enough, coaches, boosters, and scouts will pay for them for FREE!! ALWAYS BEEN AND STILL IS THE CASE! Only spoiled, non-talented, kids who aren’t taught to work hard by their spoiled parents are the reason you are spending 100,000 plus just so your kid can get embarrassed in-game by the kid who been practicing in the gym by himself.

  • What is Episoketren System? Does it work? I hear a lot of people improve their soccer skills with it with this popular training program.

  • He knows the Collective system and so important for all coach to know this system and you should focus on 4 things about your team as well as Technical, Tactical and Physical and number 4 is Mentality that so important. If you do the all you will be the best Coach like Pep.

  • I’m A fan, i like their Style of Playing Soccer and I think they Will probably win the 2018 World cup in Russia i will not be Surprised if they Do so

  • USA are you watching this?
    USA you need to watch and take notes. This is the way to build up our soccer/football status. We have the potential. If it wasnt all about money and business.(pay to play) This would be our documentary.

  • 2:05 “Drop in kids playing competitive sports over the last decade”? So misleading. Does the supposed drop take into account exogenous factors like smaller average family size, greater number of kids from cultural backgrounds that DE-emphasize sports and emphasize academics/other activities, increase in alternative activities kids (from being video gamers to druggies), childhood obesity/declining physical activity, the proliferation of kid-sport-businesses while the number of casual rec level/YMCA/church type programs remain.

    All this “cost” stuff isn’t an issue. If you wanna play, you can play for free practically or at the Y, school, church, or woa here’s a crazy idea, what about pickup?

    If you’re truly a great youth athlete with pro-potential, “they” WILL find you. I’ve seen the pi55 poorest kid phenoms getting free rides (literally too, being driven from across town) to play in elite programs for football, soccer, baseball, and basketball.

  • What do you think of improve your soccer skills using Episoketren System? I notice many people keep on speaking about Episoketren System.

  • Not true where we live. My son does a local basketball league and it costs $100 for the season and includes the tee shirt. He also is involved in taekwondo which is private and costs a lot. But if he only wanted to play basketball, it is dirt cheap. Rec soccer leagues and baseball is cheap.

  • As a Liverpool fan since 1971 (when they lost against Arsenal in the FA) I’d like to see young local lads building the team again.

  • What is so sad is that many of these kids won’t even be college scholarship athletes and those parents’ money could put their money to more constructive and communal use.

    It doesn’t help that those parents also add pizza and burgers to the post game meals. Gee, what elite athlete foods when even more of that money could go to the poor. Oh yeah, what about those other matters such as academics most focused in science, technology, engineering, and math?

    Our national priorities are going down the toilet!!!

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  • And you wonder why parents will spend hundreds of thousands allegedly to buy their kids into some elite college/uni. Parents are living through their kids. We live in times where parents worship their kids.

  • 2 years seems a long time ago. The Low Golden Generation is coming to an end. My prediction is that we will never see another great German national team again.
    The Bundesliga clubs are swamped with foreigners. Teams like Eintracht have no outfield German players.
    The DFB will go the African route like France but I cannot see them winning any tournament ever again.
    Of the current crop of youth, I’d say only Sane is world class.
    There are precious few Germans in the top 50 or 100 players in the world.
    What few Germans are playing are weak soy boys.
    It’s nowhere near the talent being produced in the 1970s or the 1990s.
    Germany as a nation will dissipate aswell.

  • I’m glad I get to grow up with the great mindset of these mangers. I don’t know if we will get these type of mangers in the future.

  • Scottish football association ate yous watching we need to change everything from the bottom in Scotland like they do in Germany fantastic footballing nation

  • And every new prodigy that comes up into the sports world seldom has a story of paying there way to get there. Yet parents and society continue to think that capitalistic principals are true of athletic development

  • As a parent of a son who is club level soccer player and a daughter who is a competitive gymnast there is a lot of truth and falsehoods in this story. Recreational leagues are booming at a higher level all throughout the U.S. The main difference is that fewer are run by cities and are private non-profit entities. They are affordable and are a great way to have your child play. I think the hard reality is that parents live vicariously through their children and are imagining if I had this chance I might have made it or I was the worst and I want my kid to be better than I was so I will shell out over 5000 a year for them to be a little bit better. Now when you practice against higher talent you get better, but your natural skills and genetics play a role in this as well. There are truths about elite training being priced out of a lot of individuals budgets, but the last time I looked fields are still there and all you need is a ball, and a bat and glove to play baseball or basketball or football or soccer. Look at Dempsey he grew up playing in his trailer park and he was able to tear it up in the premier league so are these facilities really necessary?

  • Watching german football is like gambling in casino and those got insomnia please watch german soccer your insomnia can be cured.

  • What are some ways to increase your soccer skills? I read loads of great opinions on the net about how Episoketren System can help you increase your soccer game. Has anybody tried using this popular training course?

  • Great content again! I actually consider Guardiola to be one of the best managers in football worldwide. If possible could you do a ‘Rules for Success for Jose Mourinho? Pep Guardiola’s closest rival but equally as successful in football and leadership.

  • In Canada you don’t have qualified coaches. Because any high school has their own coaches for any of the sports. In Germany you could never do that because you have to become a coach in a proper coaching school for any of the sports ( like my coach who became a coach in Women Team Handball). It was not allowed that any person who was not qualified could not be a coach. In Canada you have very lax enforcement of these ideas. You should be ashamed of yourselves because you don’t care about the children’s welfare.

  • This is the product of a commons plundered by exploiting kids with and for big money, reduced government, social isolation, a pay to play culture, and racism.

  • Ils sont trop jeunes pour être encadrés de cette façon! Ils ne développeront aucune créativité dans le jeu car c’est dans la rue que l’on développe sa technique. C’est pour cela qu’aujourdhui les joueurs allemands en savent plus dribbler et jouent comme des robots. Messi, Zidane, Mahrez etc…ont commencé dans la rue avant d’apprendre à jouer en équipe.

  • All the existing competition has hyped up the football too much. It’s nowadays more about improving and beating others than enjoying the game itself, which is actually the purpose. I am not saying that results are not important but not more important than the gameplay.
    This kind of atmosphere creates unhealthy stress.

  • Well I watched billy last week against Grimsby, this boy’s football IQ is way ahead of his age. Chelsea and Scotland got talent, cause he’s only gonna get better than king Cesc himself and soon we Chelsea fans gonna be thanking God for having him at Chelsea FC and Scotland will be proud too.

  • The name of the game is limiting opportunity for others, so that you can increase opportunity for your own.

    These people and families that knowingly or unknowing participate in this madness get a serious wake up call when they can no longer buy their way into a program.

    In a world based on logic and reason, parents/families should have become wise to the game being played. But, no! They still hand over their hard earned money believing some nobody group of fathers or an alleged pro level trainer is going to help their child(ren) become an elite athlete. These misinformed parents spend more money on sports than they do academic development, and expect their aspiring student-athlete to earn a college scholarship. The snake oil salesmen will tell parents anything to make a dollar.

    These parents end up lost, confused, and bitter when they realize little Johnny or Cindy have been trained to look good at a showcase or combine but cannot physically compete with their peers who are just as skilled but blessed with superior athletic ability.

    Life ain’t fair and your money can’t help or save you from the harsh reality

  • So England’s problem is, basically, too much capitalism. LOL. I doubt that those Saudi and Russian club owners gonna go away, and British government is not so keen to upset their foreign investors. Therefore 70% of foreign players in PL will stay on. And can even increase. Too much profit thinking in football, in general, and it hurts game itself. At the end of the day you have to enjoy playing football and not feel like you are in labour camp, and everyone around you is your rival that you must out-compete for a spot. But, hey, it’s profit thinking system we live in.

  • Honigstein is the most clever journalist ever to attend the football…humble,genius and accurate comments as always. He should be hired by the FA to reform the English football with regulations. Really brilliant.

  • I’m Europe the best soccer players in the world, Messi, Ronaldo, neymar, Marcelo, and cotinhio. played in the streets and parks for FREE to be scouted for the best teams. Now you have go to academies and pay alot of money to be in a 15th place finsher team in la liga and EPL.

  • Are there no commons community recreational spaces where children and youths can just play soccer, baseball, or football recreationally? Don’t the schools allow their fields to be used for recreational purposes from time to time?

  • Mexico, you watching this? Let’s go. You’re the ONLY nation that has more consistent exits in the first elimination round than ANY other. This tells me you HAVE what it takes as far as youth development (not to mention 2 youth world cups. What’s that? youth world cups don’t matter? why? cause its that easy? cool story, where’s your youth world cup then hmm?) goes, but then something is lacking with the age range from 17+.

    You need to get a hold of your team owners, and stop them from importing foreign players to fill their wallets with cash from merchandise sales.

    Mexico certainly has the foundation to produce world caliber players, unfortunately the Mexican football federation and the teams owners are too greedy and only care about the money they get in their pockets instead of looking to ACTUALLY improve football in Mexico. Unlike with Germany, who actually put their money where their mouth is, and improved their football situation, Mexico has the ability to do the same, but they choose not to because the people who pull the strings are happy just getting money the way things are. They really couldn’t care less about the standing of Mexican football in relation to the rest of the world. Mexico could be the SHITTIEST team in the world, but as long as they keep getting their money, its all good in da hood.

  • Well, the German’s had a good not great team, but what was great was there ability to unite as a team. I just hope they have a system in place for when they are told they unwanted by an outfit.

  • pep is a great manager, but he has been fortunate to walk into jobs with already great teams, with money at his disposal, would love to see pep manage a club and bring it to life, through its struggles and to a team competing on all fronts, tactically astute he might be more than other managers, but over all there are better, take klopp out of liverpool and put him at city and take pep out of city into liverpool, i dont think pepe would be challenging like klopp is now. as much as i dont like man united ferguson is a manager that took a club from its lows to highs, much like a lot of managers do, would love to see pep challenge himself even more and take a side and build it with limited resources and take it to the heights his management can bring

  • Pep said what he wants to do and in England to show what he could do, No bullshit talks MC are top and no one can take this trophy from them and still can get others, but that’s not important, can he and his players be that good to face the big guns of Europe? BM, BAR,, RM, MU, PSG as it’s now and Liverpool, as it’s now, not to mention Chelsea or Tottenham, sure any of this teams, can beat MC but can MC beat any of them sure one, can MC goes after that and all the way to the final not sure a big doubt. BR v BM final or BM v PSG final

  • Thing is, this is sports. There are loads of poor kids who will still outplay the trained rich kids. Football, boxing, MMA, and basketball will always be that way. Some of the kids in my town who lived in the projects were picked by travel teams so the haters are just wasting money trying to keep black kids from competing with their kids…..oh, I wasn’t supposed to say that?

  • Their commitment to excellence is admirable and much can be learned from the German program but every country must develop a soccer system designed to meet its own particular needs as well as its own unique social and cultural circumstances.

  • Wow ok listen up people, all of this was WAY too expensive for vast majority of families. The solution is not more facilities. You have to get more kids playing more often. Kids 5-11 should be playing indoor Futsal. They will spend less time standing around in drills and more time actually playing and developing the ball skills. There need to be more non-profit youth Futsal clubs. Sure maybe the percentage of the kids who will come out of this program would be good, but you will way more to choose from. Then they get more technical training after that.

    Germany’s method is good and is better than a lot of other countries. I just can’t stand how only families with money can get into this sport. Football should be the world’s least expensive sport, but it’s turning into the most expensive.

  • In addition, for over 10 years the German national side has employed a Director of Yoga, Patrick Broome, to overcome their main weakness of inflexibility and to acclimatise to the heat of Brazil in the World Cup. Yoga is useful as it prevents injuries (particularly hamstrings), maximises range of movement in the hip area, improves breathing by increasing lung capacity and has various psychological benefits which improve concentration and prevent choking when taking penalties.

  • The BIG Vision Foundation in Reading, Pennsylvania manages a 130 acre outdoor sports complex and has eliminated player registration fees, allowing access to sports programs for all. Check out the link for the press release here…

    https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/big-vision-foundation-eliminates-player-registration-fees-for-youth-sports-teams-promotes-community-service-300687678.html

  • I think one really key trait you missed in this anaysis is that he stays ahead of competition by constantly evolving, reinventing and changing his tactical style. Continuous innovation

  • The sky interview doesnt seem to understand.. pep plays this way because he believes this is the best way to win matches.. why is it so hard to understand

  • Hi Evan, any possible chance you can make a 10 rules for success video on Manuel Neuer and also Marc-Andre ter Stegen (both are goalkeepers) I would really appreciate it.
    Thank you in advance.
    Carlos Delgado

  • Fuerstenwalde is my home town where I was born. But my family escaped to West-Berlin and West Germany and now I am living in Canada. So, I am very proud that this documentary showing my home town, like Fuerstenwalde.

  • 2,4,5,6,7,9 and 10 are the best ones,and for the number 4 i have to say that you should have fun in some moments of the game.I would like to meet Pep and Messi one day.Hopefully it will happen.

  • What A Manager, for me. After Johan Cruyff, he’s the best and I’m from Madrid. Everyone here liked that Barca coz it took the Rivalry for us to Next Level unlike Previous Managers who were clueless. He makes players n he’s not scared of using New Kids at all. Many of The players in city squad were nothing before he bought them but look at then now. Those players now can play in any system n that’s the best part of Gaurdiola. After a huge loss against Bayern,he changed his game entirely. Now he doesn’t play Tiki taka n it’s more Dynamic from Passes to Build Up to Ball Recovery. The Football he played at Bayern was Something else though Bayern couldn’t win the UCL but he provided those players a good vision of the game. People Claim him to be the Cheque book managers never saw a cheque book manager in their life. Mourinho’s real Cheque book manager coz he never ever used New players, he always bought players in every team he went n played a football that nobody enjoys. When he arrived at Madrid ik he’s gonna waste years here. When inter beat Barca, they played the football that 10 YO plays in Play Station. That wasn’t football, Simeone when he he beat Anfield was way better than that Aeroplane Parking. Got lucky with the win there. Pep’s style of football provides u intense football with Proper game plans. Another Manager that I really Like is Wenger n in the history of P.L, I’d choose him over anybody coz of the same reason. He didn’t get the support of arsenal or he could have been the best Manager of P.L ( Trophies wise ). Ferguson had financial support n he had players who were big even before they reached United. At the end, it’s a game of luck at times. Sometimes u get lucky with wins n sometimes not.

  • I have been a huge admirer of how german football works, especially because they keep it simple. The Bundesliga is a really good league to watch and the development of german football is very much a model to follow. I know the FA in England are now coperating with the DFB sharing ideas and developing our games.

  • I respect German football, especially the way they develop & nurture young players. Not only that these young players are playing regularly in the Bundesliga first teams, German national team are benefiting from it. Germany are world champions due to investing in coaching, producing better quality technical players. In the past Germany were known for being big, physical & organized style of play. Germany of today play like Spain with but with German characteristics. All football associations should learn from Germany when it comes to youth development.

  • “You are undoubtedly one of the best midfielder in the world Toni (Kroos), but I heard in media that you put pineapple in pizza”
    -Pep Guardiola (2013)

  • Pep is a success manager? Not in full perspective yet. He knew it, we knew it, that’s why he took the big challenge with City. Building a team from earlier stage. We cant call Barca was a Pep team, it was Rijkaard because the foundation of that Barca, was Rijkaard’s team. The same case went to Bayern Munchen. The dream team Milan wasnot Capello’s team, it was Sachi’s team. I really have big hope that Pep will success in City. His legacy will be in City.

  • He never won by making a team buy buy taking alim great players… players made him… he is useless…man city… best players possibles… he still can’t make it to finals for CL… rubbish

  • The Map at around 17:45 is sooo wrong. Many Clubs (almost everyone) are located at the wrong place… For example: Bayern Munich and 1860 Munich should be far more in the east. SC Freiburg is actually almost in the sout-west corner, and so on. I don’t know where you got that map from but this one is really incorrect.

  • As a parent who has “the means”, it’s not about my kid going pro. It’s about giving them opportunities that I didn’t have because my parents didn’t have “the means”. Hopefully, some of these kids will grow up to be parents with the means to provide their own kids with opportunities that they didn’t have when they were kids… and the cycle continues.

  • If England dosen’t want money to be a problem, than they should have those super rich foreign EPL club owners, own a percentage fractions of the English FA, have those super rich foreign owners invest and pocket in on ST. James Park, and sales of Three lion’s merchandise.

  • At 11:20 to 11:30, the kid who “has no structure” technically can have it. He or she will have to go to the library and get a head start on homework and then endure less stress and have an earlier bedtime. That’s not a bad plan considering most of these youth sports “alums” have almost no shot at making it big.

  • I like when he said, he wants to learn, otherwise he would still be at barcelona. You become better than you are, when you leave your comfort zone and try to challenge yourself

  • It as amazing, they showed my birth place of Fuerstenwalde which was oriented in the former communist East-Germany just 35 km east of Berlin.

  • It’s simple when your used to winning for the last century or being there abouts in past tournaments you breed winners its a mind set its a thing your born with I think

  • Gotta love this guys passion. Im going with #3 & #9. Proving to others that you can achieve what you set out to do is not out of spite or ego but rather to show doubters what is possible. Believing in yourself when there is none around you that does is critical. Hold tight to you dreams/ambitions and dont allow the world or anyone in it to mess with them.!!!

  • A real shame if you love football but have to grow up in America’s pay to play and the highest you can go is collegiate sawker. If you can somehow leave to train in Europe, do it as soon as possible:(

  • The tennis player at the end wasn’t Guardiola ��…it was Roger Federer playing against a german sports commentator (Matthias Stach) ✌️

  • Hey Evan,
    I love your videos. I probably watch one a day while cooking or having lunch. I’m a real estate entrepreneur and the content you create gives me a push everyday.

    I would like you to make videos about Bjarke Ingels, Zaha Hadid and other great Architecture and Real Estate minds

    Thanks for everything and keep seeding it.

    Will Alarie, Québec City

  • I came here because people say in America sports is making our education bad but over here same emphasis is placed on sports but why do y’all do so well in education

  • Also the head coach of Bayern Munich was a DFB Executive. Seems interesting to me since Bayern won seven consecutive Bundesliga shields since 2013.

  • pep has just 1 golden rule:)

    take the ball, pass the ball….take the ball, pass the ball….take the ball, pass the ball….take the ball, pass the ball….take the ball, pass the ball….take the ball, pass the ball….take the ball, pass the ball….take the ball, pass the ball….take the ball, pass the ball….take the ball, pass the ball….take the ball, pass the ball….take the ball, pass the ball….take the ball, pass the ball….take the ball, pass the ball….take the ball, pass the ball….take the ball, pass the ball….take the ball, pass the ball….GOAAAAL!!!!!!

  • This is why I coach Little League and don’t charge for my off-season workouts……baseball shouldn’t be just for the elite….I have coached, to date, 19 players that have gone onto D1 Baseball Scholarships

  • Do you intend to build a legacy?

    Pep no no…. I came to learn, I love how he’s always proud of learning no matter what all he has achieved.

  • I grew up and played with Parks and Recreation it was all free I played softball, soccer, basketball, track and swimming. I loved it so much. There was no try outs. My parents (nor any parents) rarely even came to watch! We played because it was so much fun and we made great friends. So sad those days are done.

  • look now his proving everybody wrong in england and also in the world, people say he will never do it in england, he will never succeed in england, but look now what he is doing now, he is beating everybody, against spurs he won 4-1, against man utd he was even playing away and they were wasting chances but he won 2-1, against liverpool 5-0, against chelsea 1-0 and chelsea were like they were playing away but home and man city outplayed them in their own ground,and against arsenal 3-1 but i think arsenal were better than man utd, chelsea, spurs, liverpool, because they tryed they did not stay defensive all the time but unfortunately the lost and i am a man utd fan

  • Pure Nonsense Go see the fields where kids play soccer in Brazil, Mexico, Argentina, Colombia, Uruguay, France, Germany, They need a ball and a few friends. #MAGA

  • I think he doesn’t see his job simply as a job but rather as an opportunity to craft something creative with passion. Truly admirable as one of the best football coach/Manager as well as a successful human being.

  • This report while some of it is accurate is not the complete truth. I live in Hilliard and my daughter plays soccer for less than $100 per season. There are many more expensive options, but the minimum is not $1,200 as stated. If you want to play top level sports it costs $ but that has always been the case. Having said all that, I would restate the hypothesis. Playing sports at a high level is for the “haves” but playing sports is still accessible to all in Hilliard.

  • Oh how much i appreciate how you choose to market this video.Thank you for the “Football” and not Soc… fuck that.WE the WORLD call it Football.

  • Make the best of your uniqueness,…. it’s not a right to have the same opportunities. And btw, don’t have children if you’re not on the up an up, and can provide healthy living. Priorities: Health and making a good life, in the ways you can. Reasonably.

  • definition of real try hard I wish I was born in Germany  to play in their youth system but had to be born in America where they are just starting to take notice of the beautiful game smh

  • I train my son myself. He is 8 years old. I have him running hill sprints 2X per week. He is faster already than some 6th graders. I learned Hills Sprints from the great Walter Payton. My son also does pull ups, pushups and climbs rope. I train his grip specifically by having him hang from the bar with both hands and also from one hand. No weight training whatsoever. He loves his training, and it pays off.