MORTON’s youth academy has the sideline after shattering a charity challenge goal to hand over nearly Â£ 10,000 to hospital staff. Coaches and players have pushed their limits during the lockdown with a series of fitness challenges to raise money for an Inverclyde Royal fund that helps patients. It was
An exodus is underway among the young players of the academy of Minnesota United. With the Loons sacking or firing all youth academy staff last week, players from the club’s Under-17 team and others from the three younger levels have left or have explored options at rival MLS academies and
What is a Youth Academy? The Youth Academy is a unique experience for participants, ages 14-18, to meet the officers and employees who protect and serve our community in a relaxed, non-threatening environment. Attendees will have the opportunity to learn about some of the activities that service officers and staff
Hibs Managing Director Leeann Dempster. Image: SNS Hibernian is “absolutely not removing” their academy, according to general manager Leeann Dempster, but they are set to strengthen their first team, even if it comes at a short-term cost to current players and staff. Rumors and negativity have enveloped the Easter Road
Former Hibernian manager John Collins has warned the club against “dropping” their youth setup as part of cost-cutting measures. Ex-Easter Road boss has described the once-touted Hibs academy as the club’s ‘cornerstone’ following reports it could be shelved amid a terrible financial warning from the owner Ron Gordon. Read more
Motherwell FC coach Stevie Hammell has assured fans and players that the club’s academy is thriving and ready to restart as soon as possible. The move comes as Hibs and other Premiership clubs are reportedly considering cutting the youth and reserve squads. Read more Related Articles Former Motherwell hero Hammell,
Hibernian is ready to put its youth academy program on hold amid drastic cost-cutting measures in response to the coronavirus pandemic. The Easter Road team issued a disastrous financial warning on Monday amid the COVID-19 induced shutdown of Scottish football, saying their incomes would be halved in the next season.