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19075. European Youth Football (Soccer) Academies. This paper examines the influence of youth academies on the football industry in Europe. The paper assumes that the academies are useful despite the claims that have been made against them. Considers the benefits of the academies both for the youth who attend them and the football industry overall. The paper concludes by considering the lessons that the rest of the world can learn from the European model of running football academies. Harvard Style. 8 pages, 16 footnotes. 8 bibliographic sources. 2,016 words.

TAGS: youth academies sports, football, soccer, athlete training and development, organized sports, training academies, Europe.M/b>

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