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The growth of young players

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To grow young players you need a mummy and a daddy.  When a mummy and daddy come together and kiss each other in a special way, sometimes a baby will grow in the mummy's tummy.  After 9 months the baby comes out and then 16 years later we can start to train him as a football player.

Once he is 16, Training and playing matches are important for player development.  Before the age of 18, Training takes precedence.  After this age playing matches does.  So make sure you have an effective training routine set up for each player and they get sufficient match time.  You can control as much or as little as you like - if you are unsure what to do I'd suggest you let your assistant take charge of general training while you set personal training for individual players.

For more detail there are some good guides pinned to the top of this forum.

(Note that possibly we live in The Matrix, so actually machines grow us).

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