Project Footballer is an ambitious audio and video series that aims to explore the mysterious and wonderful journey of youth football development. It is hosted by Sean Conlon, the CEO of We Make Footballers, and professional coach Marcelo Graca who between them have over 30 years of coaching experience and have helped over 300 children enter academy football. They are both Premier League scouts for clubs Chelsea FC and Tottenham FC. Together, with the help of some of football's most prestigious names, they explore the good, the bad, and the ugly of the beautiful game.
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As a parent of an academy player, this podcast ticks all the boxes. The hosts give the interviewees the platform to express their own views on the academy/grassroots topics. There is no right or wrong answer and it’s nice to hear all different opinions. Please keep them coming.
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Project Footballer launched 9 months ago and published 18 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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