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Aaron Morgan in the Guardian

By John Rogers6/10 16:48Fri Oct 6 16:48:18 2017

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Really interesting piece, with some enlightening words from Morgs towards the end of the article.

https://www.theguardian.com/football/2017/oct/06/football-biggest-issue-boys-rejected-academies

Edited by John Rogers at 16:49:48 on 6th October 2017

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Re: Aaron Morgan in the Guardian

By Claremont Man6/10 17:22Fri Oct 6 17:22:59 2017In response to Aaron Morgan in the GuardianTop of thread

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Pleased to see Aaron doing well, he was really on fire for us a couple of years back until that gross injustice in the play off game.
The top clubs in particular have a lot to answer for the way they run their youth football,far too much pressure on the kids,how many actually come through the age groups and make the grade ?

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Re: Aaron Morgan in the Guardian

By embee6/10 17:43Fri Oct 6 17:43:27 2017In response to Re: Aaron Morgan in the GuardianTop of thread

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Look at our very young team. They're almost all the product of Premier League academies and I think it's great that our level of football gives these lads the chance to continue playing competitively.
I'm sure than when I started watching Hendon in the mid 90s this wasn't the case.
Also I was pleased to see Brandon Adams who was with us on loan from QPR a couple of years ago is now playing for Linfield in Belfast for a year as the makeweight in the deal that took Paul Smyth to Loftus Road.

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