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Saturday, 13 May 2017

Carter-Vickers, Walker-Peters and Onomah set to play more next season



Tottenham turned to youth, much of it British youth, and put a strategy in place to develop our own players, who will know our system inside out and can seamlessly integrate into the first team should an opportunity present itself.

When you are familiar and comfortable you are more likely to have the confidence to perform. Tottenham currently have a number of youngster following Harry Winks and Mauricio Pochettino has suggested to Football London, only days after they suggested one of them should go out on loan against Pochettino policy, that three Spurs youngsters will be getting more opportunities next season.

“Yes, of course. They are players that we are thinking about for the future. Yes, we expect that they will be involved next season more than they were this season. 
“When you are young and you have the chance to play in the U20 World Cup, it’s always fantastic to go and play. Of course, always that type of international competition will help them to develop their skills and improve and then it will benefit us.”

TheFIFA Under-20 World CupKorea republic  2017 consists of 52 matches to find the winner and Josh Onomah, Kyle Walker-Peters look sure to represent England while English-born Cameron Carter-Vickers will be representing the USA.

These tournaments give players further opportunity to travel and represent their country. They have to get used to new food, new cultures, different temperatures, surfaces, facilities, humidity, all helping their learning and development. The last few tournaments have seen players go to Holland, Canada, Egypt, Colombia, Turkey and New Zealand where Serbia beat Brazil in the final.

They have to expand their comfort zone, which again allows them greater confidence when they return to club football.


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3 comments:

  1. Not really sure they're good enough TBH.

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  2. I am sure they will improve. We are developing an conveyor belt of young talent. Why wouldn't they be good enough !

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  3. Not sure about Josh Onomah but Cameron Carter-Vickers is the goods, so is Kyle Walker-Peters... both are defenders who are good with both feet, and play the sweeper or defensive midfielder role. Versatile and strong and good footballing brain.

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