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What Team has the Best youth team

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Apart from the obvious (Man Utd, Barcelona, Arsenal) which average team has the best youth team at the start of the game preferrably a team that play in the UK

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Southampton Northern Ireland Chris Baird

Wales Gareth Bale

Republic of Ireland Leon Best

England Wayne Bridge

Wales Arron Davies

Australia Scott McDonald

Finland Tim Sparv

Trinidad and Tobago Jake Thomson

England Theo Walcott

Aston Villa Bannan,Delfouneso,Agbonlahor,Weimann just to name a couple of players

Aberdeen brought through some decent youth players

Watford have a decent set up

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Southampton Northern Ireland Chris Baird

Wales Gareth Bale

Republic of Ireland Leon Best

England Wayne Bridge

Wales Arron Davies

Australia Scott McDonald

Finland Tim Sparv

Trinidad and Tobago Jake Thomson

England Theo Walcott

I'm pretty sure Southampton have sold all of those players.

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Yeah Southampton have a really good acadamy, i think Nathan Dyer came through there aswell.

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Yeah. James ward prouse is 16 atm, called the next scholes. Luke shaw, arsenal are scouting him. Jake sinclair is a good young forward. Just to name few. these are player on fm12 that havent made it yet.

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Crystal Palace have a good academy usually producing a couple of young english talents every year (zaha, clyne, moses - now at wigan etc)

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Southampton have one of the best academies to start with outside the top teams on FM. Crystal Palace have some decent youngsters but I think they're facilities are average.

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Complete list of best academies.

teams not in playable leagues will be in italics

Best youth coaching

20

Barcelona

RGUOR Minsk (Belarus 3rd division)

19

Académie Paradou (Paradou AC academy, Algeria)

Ajax

Bidvest Wits (South Africa ABSA Premiership)

Porto (FCP)

Jomo Cosmos (South Africa ABSA Premiership)

Nacional (Uruguayan Primera División)

Sporting CP

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Benfica

Boca Juniors

Danubio (Uruguayan Primera División)

Defensor Sporting (Uruguayan Primera División)

Dinamo Zagreb (Croatia, Prva HNL)

Dinamo Brest (Belarusian Premier League)

Dinamo Minsk (Belarusian Premier League)

Feyenoord

Golden Arrows (South Africa ABSA Premiership)

INF Clairefontaine

Real Madrid

River Plate

Vélez (Argentine Primera División)

Best Youth Facilities

20

Barcelona

Centre de Formation de Football de Paris

Chelsea

DUFS Metalist Kharkiv (Ukraine)

Dynamo KyivINF Clairefontaine

LOSC Lille Métropole

Manchester United

RC Lens

RGUOR Minsk (Belarus 3rd division)

Shakhtar

Southampton

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Ajax

Arsenal

Boca Juniors

FC Barcelona Juniors Luján (Argentina)

FC Bayern

FC Sochaux-Montbéliard

Hoffenheim

Inter

Juventus

Vélez (Argentine Primera División)

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1860 München

A.C. Milan

Australian Institute of Sport (Australian National Youth League)

Ajax CT (South Africa ABSA Premiership)

FC Akademiya Tolyatti (Russian Second Division)

Atalanta

Brescia

Dnipro

FC Nantes

FC Porto (FCP)

Feyenoord

Gomel (Belarusian Premier League)

Havre AC

Karpaty (Ukrainian Premier League)

Lazio

Leverkusen

FC Metalist Kharkiv (Ukrainian Premier League)

Metalurg Donetsk

Metalurg Zaporizhzhya

Middlesbrough

Olympique Lyonnais

Paris Saint-Germain

Real Madrid

River Plate

Roma

Sampdoria

Sporting CP

Stade Rennais FC

VfB Stuttgart

Toronto FC

Udinese

FC Viitorul Constanţa (Romanian Liga II)

West Ham

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Aside from Man U & Arsenal, Southampton get an insane amount of good newgens on my save.

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Wouldnt Spurs be up there for good youth players dont they, Im suprised nobody has mentioned West Ham or Middlesborough yet.

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The big clubs from Argentina and Uruguay do well, both in real life and more importantly in the game.

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