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Your talking rubbish UCD.Cork have teams under 19,17,15 and 13.Colin Healy is in charge of the football acadamy and doing a great job.Ronan Hurley,Shane Daly-Butz,Cian Murphy and Pierce Phillips,all given contracts this year after coming through the under 19 team.All have played this season.Promoting youth is the way to go.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Shedite Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 04 May 2019 at 8:23pm
Originally posted by UCDFAN UCDFAN wrote:

Originally posted by PanteirA PanteirA wrote:

The points are all that matters for now

No change then.  John "Mr. Grassroots" Caulfield remained because of points gained, Mr. Grassroots left because of points lost.  The points are all that matters is a thing at Turner's Cross.  Youth, Development, Future, Progress not so much.  The immediacy of Outcome-led football has lost the argument at CCFC, yet still the points are all that matters for now.

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Probably the best underage structure in Ireland, lots of feeder teams, half the squad comes from City U19's or UCC. 
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Originally posted by rebel 88 rebel 88 wrote:

Your talking rubbish UCD.Cork have teams under 19,17,15 and 13.Colin Healy is in charge of the football acadamy and doing a great job.Ronan Hurley,Shane Daly-Butz,Cian Murphy and Pierce Phillips,all given contracts this year after coming through the under 19 team.All have played this season.Promoting youth is the way to go.

If you believe that youth is the way to go you need to find the strength to challenge posters who say points are all that matters for now.
All SSE Airtricity League sides have teams at U19, U17, U15 and U13 so after mentioning those leagues what point do you wish to make.
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Originally posted by Shedite Shedite wrote:

Originally posted by UCDFAN UCDFAN wrote:

Originally posted by PanteirA PanteirA wrote:

The points are all that matters for now

No change then.  John "Mr. Grassroots" Caulfield remained because of points gained, Mr. Grassroots left because of points lost.  The points are all that matters is a thing at Turner's Cross.  Youth, Development, Future, Progress not so much.  The immediacy of Outcome-led football has lost the argument at CCFC, yet still the points are all that matters for now.

There are alternative views.
Probably the best underage structure in Ireland, lots of feeder teams, half the squad comes from City U19's or UCC. 

As a football follower I credit the "lots of feeder teams" like UCC.  What leagues do UCC play in? this is the stuff I'm interested in.
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Originally posted by rebel 88 rebel 88 wrote:

Your talking rubbish UCD.Cork have teams under 19,17,15 and 13.Colin Healy is in charge of the football acadamy and doing a great job.Ronan Hurley,Shane Daly-Butz,Cian Murphy and Pierce Phillips,all given contracts this year after coming through the under 19 team.All have played this season.Promoting youth is the way to go.
Daly-Butz was let go from the 19s side. He was given a contract by way of his time with UCC.
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Originally posted by UCDFAN UCDFAN wrote:

Originally posted by Shedite Shedite wrote:

Originally posted by UCDFAN UCDFAN wrote:

Originally posted by PanteirA PanteirA wrote:

The points are all that matters for now

No change then.  John "Mr. Grassroots" Caulfield remained because of points gained, Mr. Grassroots left because of points lost.  The points are all that matters is a thing at Turner's Cross.  Youth, Development, Future, Progress not so much.  The immediacy of Outcome-led football has lost the argument at CCFC, yet still the points are all that matters for now.

There are alternative views.
Probably the best underage structure in Ireland, lots of feeder teams, half the squad comes from City U19's or UCC. 

As a football follower I credit the "lots of feeder teams" like UCC.  What leagues do UCC play in? this is the stuff I'm interested in.

As far as I know, UCC have a team in a simiar situation to the UCD team that plays in the LSL.
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Brilliant result on Friday, at this stage, it doesn't matter about the performance, the 3 points is all that matters. I'm sure we'll see a better performance next Friday. 

UCDFAN, it's a bit harsh to imply Caulfield never gave a chance to younger players. He has given debuts to lads such as Cian Murphy, Ronan Hurley, Darragh Crowley and Dale Holland, along with given Sean McLoughlin and Shane Daly-Butz contracts he could have looked elsewhere. 

As for UCC's teams, they have 3 teams playing in the Munster Senior League and 2 teams playing in the Cork AUL.

On an unrelated note, this article sums up the last few weeks at City nicely https://www.the42.ie/john-caulfield-cork-4617906-May2019/


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so can Cotter manage in Europe? Is there anyone there with the required badges?

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Originally posted by Shoco Shoco wrote:

so can Cotter manage in Europe? Is there anyone there with the required badges?

I'm not sure. He's currently studying for the Pro Licence I doubt that will be enough. Lisa Fallon does hold a Pro Licence, however.
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Originally posted by adineen98 adineen98 wrote:

Originally posted by Shoco Shoco wrote:

so can Cotter manage in Europe? Is there anyone there with the required badges?

I'm not sure. He's currently studying for the Pro Licence I doubt that will be enough. Lisa Fallon does hold a Pro Licence, however.

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Good win tonight, there's been a definite change in style under Cotter; we seem to placing more of an emphasis on keeping the ball on the ground. It wasn't perfect, but we are definitely improving. I'm not expecting us to get anything next Friday, but stranger things have happened.
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Originally posted by adineen98 adineen98 wrote:

Good win tonight, there's been a definite change in style under Cotter; we seem to placing more of an emphasis on keeping the ball on the ground. It wasn't perfect, but we are definitely improving. I'm not expecting us to get anything next Friday, but stranger things have happened.

Definite effort to play more and get the ball down. If we had scored a similar opener a month ago we'd have sat back all match and invited them on like the away game. Baby steps.
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