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ShrewsSchFootball Aug 19
A great first session this afternoon at Blackburn Rovers Academy that was challenging both technically and physically. Two more sessions tomorrow to focus on.
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ShrewsSchFootball Aug 19
Good day Sunday as the boys assemble for our pre season preparations in Blackburn
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Indep Schools League Aug 18
The fixtures for the 19/20 season have been announced. Don’t miss your teams matches, plan your diaries.
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Indep Schools League Aug 18
Simply stunning and this is only training ground. You should see their match pitch.
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Indep Schools League Aug 18
The newest entrant to the begin their pre season.
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Millfield Football Aug 5
Hopefully there is more to come due to the increasing level of in the Boodles cup &
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RoyalRussellSport Aug 4
Rhys Norrington-Davies making an impact for Rochdale on the opening game of the season
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Repton Football Jul 31
Really excited to have Hugo with us from September and to play our part in his football and education pathway. An exciting journey ahead!! ⚽️
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Millfield Football Jul 26
We were delighted to hear about JJ Robertson’s professional contract with newly promoted 👏🏻⚽️ currently there is 8 playing professional football around the world know anymore? ❤️👏🏻
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ESUSA Jul 20
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Repton Football Jul 19
A great profile of our new captain here. There’s bound to be plenty of interest - tackles hard, wins the ball, 28 goals from midfield! The kind of player you always want in your team....
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Millfield Football Jul 22
Today we are going to the beach 🏖 🏝🔥☀️ & then we face camps bay in our final friendly against local opposition before we take on two professional sides in & Vasco
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ShrewsSchFootball Jul 20
The 1st team lads should have completed their first week of conditioning ready for the pre season tour. Head coach already onto week 3.
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ESUSA Jul 20
enjoying he’s first season as a pro with former &
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ESUSA Jul 19
spent this summer with in the a big senior year ahead with for the ex & player
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Repton Football Jul 19
Fantastic to see another former 1st XI footballer doing so well after combining his education with football development. Clearly going from strength to strength in the US. Good luck in 👍
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Indep Schools League Jul 11
This is such a great initiative for elite youth football development in the UK. Should be a strong representation.
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Millfield Football Jul 9
Two days, two tweets, two alumni: signs for Premier League Aston Villa, signs for University of Maryland Men’s Soccer. The education and pathways into the game that schools provide are second to none.
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Millfield Football Jul 8
His story shows that Academies are not the only route. While the credit for Tyrone’s success must all go to the man himself, we are proud of playing our part in shaping his destiny. A fine young man who has earned his success. Well worth re-reading that article, thank you.
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Bradfield Football Jul 7
You could easily replace ‘grass roots club’ with ‘school’ and present a stronger argument. When will the FA protect the young people who play this beautiful game? Start with: 1. Academies start at Year 8 2. Academies become PROPER schools, or forfeit the right to educate players
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