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Bayern Munich visit Spurs, not Arsenal, to learn

6:00 am

BAYERN MUNICH LEARNING FROM SPURS



Karl-Heinz Rummenigge is the CEO of Bundesliga giants Bayern Munich, as well as being the chairman of the European Club Association.

He has recently visited Tottenham Hotspur, Manchester City and Chelsea to look at youth development setup and how we are bringing through young talent. When a club like Bayern Munich want to know how you are developing players then you must be doing something right.

Our aim is a conveyor belt of talent which can then be given opportunities in the first team in a system they know. It is vital players coming know their role and the role of those around them to assist with anticipation and play pro-active instead of reactive football. Reading the game and vision assist greatly with that.



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Gareth Bale - it's not so cut and dried this time

7:34 am
Gareth Bale's attempt to sweep all before him continues with news that he has been named in the 10-man shortlist for UEFA's 2012/13 Best Player in Europe award.

Last season on the domestic front, the Spurs wing man come striker won everything, the Professional Footballers' Association Footballer of the Year, Professional Footballers' Association Young Footballer of the Year, Football Writers Association Player of the Year, Barclays Player of the Year and of course our own Player of the Year award.

Incidentally it is the 9th time a Spurs player has won the FWA Player of the year, catching up with Man U whose players have also won it 9 times and now only behind Liverpool players on 11.

The UEFA shortlist is dominated by successful Bayern Munich players following their treble-winning season, with Arjen Robben, Franck Ribery, Thomas Muller and Bastian Schweinsteiger all included.

The final 10 is completed by Zlatan Ibrahimovic (PSG), Cristiano Ronaldo (Real Madrid), Robert Lewandowski (Borussia Dortmund) and 2011 winner Lionel Messi (Barcelona).

The initial shortlist of 10 gets reduced to just 3 later this month and then journalists will choose the winner.

We'll know the result when it is announced on August 29th at the Champions League draw.

It does seem a bit daft dishing out an award for the previous season, when a new season has already started.




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