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    Second Leagues and young striker development

    I was looking at

    Looking at the serie b top scoring players I saw


    SERIE B



    1. Calaio E. 14 (33 years old)
    1. Maniero R. 14 (27 years old)
    3. Castaldo L. 13 (32 years old)
    3. Granoche P.13 (31 years old)
    3. Marchi E. 13 (29years old)
    3. Mbakogu J. 13 (22 years old)
    7. Vantaggiato D. 12 (30 years old)
    8. Cocco A. 11 (28 years old)
    9. Caracciolo A. 10 (33 years old)
    9. Catellani A. 10 (26 years old
    9. Mancosu M. 10 (30 years old)

    6/11 over 30, 9/11 over 27, average of 29 years








    Championship League, England


    1 Daryl Murphy 18 (31years old)
    2 Chris Martin 16 (26years old)
    3 Britt Assombalonga 14 (22years old)
    3 Callum Wilson 14 (22 years old)
    5 Cameron Jerome 13 (28 years old)
    6 Odion Ighalo 12 (25 years old)
    6 Rudy Gestede 12 (26years old)
    8 Kenwyne Jones 11 (30years old)
    8 Troy Deeney 11 (26 years old)
    8 Grant Leadbitter 11 (29 years old)
    11 Hugo Rodallega 10 (29 years old)
    11 Andre Gray Brentford 10 (23 years old)
    11 Clayton Donaldson 10 (31 years old)
    11 Jordan Rhodes 10 (25 years old)

    3/14 30 or more, 6/14 27 or more. average of 26 years old




    Spain Secunda League




    1. Castro R.16 (33 years old)
    2. Borja 15 (22 years old)
    3. Araujo S. 13 (23 years old)
    4. Rodriguez D.12 (22 years old)
    5. Enrich S. 11 (24 years old)
    5. Fonseca Y. 11 (32years old)
    7. Gonzalez O. 10 (32 years old)
    7. Sanchon F. 10 (32years old)
    7. Vera U. 10 (27 years old)
    10. Nino 9 (34 years old)
    10. Sandaza F. 9 (30 years old)

    6/11 30 or more years old, 7/11 27 or more years old, the top 5 has 4 under 25 years old players. average of 28 years old.

    in this list almost made it a barcelona b player who is 19.



    And this is where things become interesting


    Second League Germany



    1. Okotie R. 13 (27 years old)
    2. Benschop C. 10 (25 years old)
    2. Terodde S. 10 (26 years old)
    4. Niederlechner F. 9 (24 years old)
    5. Nielsen H. 8 (21 years old)
    5. Pohjanpalo J. 8 (20 years old)
    5. Poulsen Y. 8 (20 years old)
    5. Stroh-Engel D. 8 (29 years old)
    9. Hinterseer L. 7 (23 years old)
    9. Polter S. 7 (23 years old)
    9. Schnatterer M. 7 (29 years old)
    9. Sylvestr J. 7 (26 years old)


    0/12 30 years old or more, 3/12 27 years or more, and an average of 24
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    referees 'without question' favour juve? i think youre overstating the effect of buying out the refs.
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    I did some thinking over the bench issue. I think when a player is benched, it can make them think more.

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    23 or 32 doesnt really matter, you're really unlikely to make it at that point
    At 20,21 its different

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    Quote Originally Posted by browha View Post
    23 or 32 doesnt really matter, you're really unlikely to make it at that point
    At 20,21 its different
    some strikers can be late bloomers

    it's just a small sample, every team in serie b plays 30 year old grannies, while in germany u will struggle to see 30 year olds.
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    referees 'without question' favour juve? i think youre overstating the effect of buying out the refs.
    Quote Originally Posted by bandiera View Post
    I did some thinking over the bench issue. I think when a player is benched, it can make them think more.

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    amazing stats ... it goes to show the emphasis on Youth development in Germany .. Big lessons to be learned there ...
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