Brighter Prospects

Away from the pressures of the senior team, Rustyjack looked in at the Youth Academy the other day. The young team have had a tough time in the last few seasons but this seems to be their time. They play in GMC Youth League Series IV.4 and after 4 games are sitting top with 10 points. Youth coach Ronnie Stobie says “We have a great bunch of lads at the moment and I can see a bright future in the game for many of them”.

Youth Coach Ronnie Stobie

One of the players who caught Rustyjack’s eye was Struan Galashield. “He is our star striker”, beamed Ronnie. ” He was scouted by Donnell McCarthy in the Central region and joined the Academy on 23 July 2011. He is still only 17 but shows great promise. He is our top scorer with 3 goals so far this season. After several seasons being relegated it would be good for the lads to gain promotion  and, although our priority at the Academy is always training to produce good players, we are on track to be successful in the league this time”.

Rustyjack wished Ronnie and all the players in the Youth Academy good luck and said he would look forward to welcoming them in to the senior squad.

He left with a lot to ponder as the problems in the senior squad returned to his mind.



About rustyjack

Having been on the fringes of Youth Football for several years Rustyjack took over the management of Polomint in December 2008. Previous experience in another football management on-line game enabled him to gain promotion for the club in a very short time. In May 2013 he expanded his remit by taking on the management of New Zealand club Cabuie