Croatia: Goalkeepers: Dominik Livakovic (Dinamo Zagreb), Ivica Ivusic (NK Osijek), Ivo Grbic (Atletico Madrid); Defenders: Domagoj Vida (AEK Athens), Dejan Lovren (Zenit St Petersburg), Borna Barisic (Rangers), Josip Juranovic (Celtic), Josko Gvardiol (RB Leipzig), Borna Sosa (VfB Stuttgart), Josip Stanisic (Bayern Munich), Martin Erlic (Sassuolo), Josip Sutalo (Dinamo Zagreb); Midfielders: Luka Modric (Real Madrid), Mateo Kovacic (Chelsea), Marcelo Brozovic (Inter Milan), Mario Pasalic (Atalanta), Nikola Vlasic (Torino), Lovro Majer (Stade Rennais), Kristijan Jakic (Eintracht Frankfurt), Luka Sucic (Salzburg); Forwards: Ivan Perisic (Tottenham Hotspur), Andrej Kramaric (Hoffenheim), Bruno Petkovic (Dinamo Zagreb), Mislav Orsic (Dinamo Zagreb), Ante Budimir (Osasuna), Marko Livaja (Hajduk Split) Belgium: Goalkeepers: Thibaut Courtois, Simon Mignolet, Koen Casteels; Defenders: Jan Vertonghen, Toby Alderweireld, Leander Dendoncker, Zeno Debast, Arthur Theate, Wout Faes; Midfielders: Hans Vanaken, Axel Witsel, Youri Tielemans, Amadou Onana, Kevin De Bruyne, Yannick Carrasco, Thorgan Hazard, Timothy Castagne, Thomas Meunier; Forwards: Romelu Lukaku, Michy Batshuayi, Loïs Openda, Charles De Ketelaere, Eden Hazard, Jeremy Doku, Dries Mertens, Leandro Trossard Senegal: Goalkeepers: Seny Dieng (Queens Park Rangers), Alfred Gomis (Stade Rennes), Eduoard Mendy (Chelsea); Defenders: Fode Ballo Toure (AC Milan), Pape Abou Cisse (Olympiakos), Abdou Diallo (RB Leipzig), Ismail Jakobs (Monaco), Kalidou Koulibaly (Chelsea), Formose Mendy (Amiens), Youssouf Sabaly (Real Betis); Midfielders: Pathe Ismael Ciss (Rayo Vallecano) Krepin Diatta (Monaco), Idrissa Gana Gueye (Everton), Pape Gueye (Olympique Marseille), Cheikhou Kouyate (Nottingham Forest), Mamdou Loum (Reading), Nampalys Mendy (Leicester City), Moustapha Name (Pafos FC), Pape Matar Sarr (Tottenham Hotspur); Forwards: Boulaye Dia (Salernitana), Famara Diedhiou (Alanyaspor), Bamba Dieng (Olympique Marseille), Nicolas Jackson (Villarreal), Sadio Mane (Bayern Munich), Ilimane Ndiaye (Sheffield United), Ismaila Sarr (Watford).
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Having observed his methods at Tannadice, Burns thinks Goldie's view of the game will marry up nicely with that of the Swans boss. "He's hands on, but also capable of giving instructions, " he added. "He's not one to shout and scream or anything. He's a very approachable guy. Most of the parents like him. Most of the kids like him and that's important. Youngsters are attracted to that. "They had programmes and strategies in place at Dundee United of how they want to do things.
Very good on the ball. Pass and move that sort of thing. At times at Dundee United they've been had to be pragmatic and very defensive, which didn't really help a lot of the young players coming through, but last season under Tam Courts, they played a lot more football. "A lot of what they do now is based on playing good football and that probably fits in with Swansea's philosophy. " Developing players for success on the pitch is one thing, but there's another more pointed reason why the Scot might well have proved an attractive proposition to the Swans. The financial impact of relegation from the Premier League has been pretty well documented, with Swansea having to sell various items of the family silver in order to plug the holes in their finances. Joe Rodon, Daniel James, Oli McBurnie and Connor Roberts have all been moved on for tidy sums in recent years, making the academy an attractive source of much-needed income for the club.
READ MORE:Russell Martin addresses pressure concerns as Swansea City boss outlines reasons behind impending pair of exits Under his tenure, United would break their record for their youngest player three times, while last season alone saw an impressive 16 academy products make the step up to the first team. Fast forward five months or so, and the man who once helped develop Chelsea star Bill Gilmour is this week starting work at one of Welsh football's most fruitful talent factories. There's little point in further emphasising the success of Swansea's academy over the years. To do so would only be for the benefit of those living under a rock.
Switzerland: Goalkeepers: Gregor Kobel (Borussia Dortmund), Yann Sommer (Borussia Monchengladbach), Jonas Omlin (Montpellier), Philipp Kohn (Salzburg); Defenders: Manuel Akanji (Manchester City), Eray Comert (Valencia), Nico Elvedi (Borussia Monchengladbach), Fabian Schar (Newcastle United), Silvan Widmer (Mainz), Ricardo Rodriguez (Torino), Edimilson Fernandes (Mainz); Midfielders: Michel Aebischer (Bologna), Xherdan Shaqiri (Chicago Fire), Renato Steffen (Lugano), Granit Xhaka (Arsenal), Denis Zakaria (Chelsea, on loan from Juventus), Fabian Frei (Basel), Remo Freuler (Nottingham Forest), Noah Okafor (Salzburg), Fabian Rieder (Young Boys), Ardon Jashari (Lucerne); Forwards: Breel Embolo Monaco), Ruben Vargas (Augsburg), Djibril Sow (Eintracht Frankfurt), Haris Seferovic (Galatasaray, on loan from Benfica), Christian Fassnacht (Young Boys) Poland: Goalkeepers: Wojciech Szczesny (Juventus), Bartlomiej Dragowski (Spezia), Lukasz Skorupski (Bologna); Defenders: Jan Bednarek (Aston Villa), Kamil Glik (Benevento), Robert Gumny (FC Augsburg), Artur Jedrzejczyk (Legia Warsaw), Jakub Kiwior (Spezia), Mateusz Wieteska (Clermont), Bartosz Bereszynski (Sampdoria), Matty Cash (Aston Villa), Nicola Zalewski (AS Roma); Midfielders: Krystian Bielik (Birmingham City), Przemyslaw Frankowski (Lens), Kamil Grosicki (Pogon Szczecin), Grzegorz Krychowiak (Al-Shabab), Jakub Kaminski (VfL Wolfsburg), Michal Skoras (Lech Poznan), Damian Szymanski (AEK Athens), Sebastian Szymanski (Feyenoord), Piotr Zielinski (Napoli), Szymon Zurkowski (Fiorentina); Forwards: Robert Lewandowski (FC Barcelona), Arkadiusz Milik (Juventus), Krzysztof Piatek (Salernitana), Karol Swiderski (Charlotte FC) Wales: Goalkeepers: Wayne Hennessey (Nottingham Forest), Danny Ward (Leicester City), Adam Davies (Sheffield United); Defenders: Ben Davies (Tottenham Hotspur), Ben Cabango (Swansea City), Tom Lockyer (Luton Town), Joe Rodon (Rennes, on loan from Tottenham Hotspur), Chris Mephan (Bournemouth), Ethan Ampadu (Spezia, on loan from Chelsea), Chris Gunter (Wimbledon), Neco Williams (Nottingham Forest), Connor Roberts (Burnley); Midfielders: Sorba Thomas (Huddersfield Town), Joe Allen (Swansea City), Matthew Smith (Milton Keynes Dons), Dylan Levitt (Dundee United), Harry Wilson (Fulham), Joe Morrell (Portsmouth), Jonny Williams (Swindon Town), Aaron Ramsey (Nice), Rubin Colwill (Cardiff City); Forwards: Gareth Bale (Los Angeles FC), Kieffer Moore (Bournemouth), Mark Harris (Cardiff City), Brennan Johnson (Nottingham Forest), Dan James (Fulham, on loan from Leeds United) Brazil: Goalkeepers: Alisson (Liverpool), Ederson (Manchester City), Weverton (Palmeiras); Defenders: Bremer (Juventus), Eder Militao (Real Madrid) Marquinhos (Paris St Germain), Thiago Silva (Chelsea), Danilo (Juventus), Dani Alves (UNAM Pumas), Alex Sandro (Juventus), Alex Telles (Sevilla); Midfielders: Bruno Guimaraes (Newcastle United), Casemiro (Manchester United), Everton Ribeiro (Flamengo), Fabinho (Liverpool), Fred (Manchester United), Lucas Paqueta (West Ham United); Forwards: Antony (Manchester United), Gabriel Jesus (Arsenal), Gabriel Martinelli (Arsenal), Neymar Jr.
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We’ll work closely with the FAW to maintain that success. “You can see there’s real ambition amongst the staff to produce even better-quality players than what we’ve produced in the past. “I think when you’ve got a manager like Russell Martin, who plays in the style that aligns with what I believe in, that can be a really powerful thing. ” Martin's footballing philosophy has been dragged further under the microscope following a lukewarm start to the season, but he remains admirably steadfast in his belief in the process - a process that places huge emphasis on the importance of the collective, from the first team all the way down to through the age grades.
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“The academy business model is now in profit, " Goldie proudly boasted back in March. From the point of view of an ownership obsessed with the purse strings, it's easy to see to the attraction. "The youth academy and youth set-up is very important to Dundee United's business model, " Burns explains. "Like Swansea, they've got an American owner in Mark Ogren. At the heart of his plan, the bedrock, was producing young players. "That's why Andy was brought in three years ago. They wanted a regular supply of young players into the first team. Then, obviously once they'd played for a few years in the first team, they'd sell them on.
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It's a model Goldie himself is all too familiar with, having been part of a similar operation in his previous job. Before trading Dundee United for Villa, Kerr Smith attracted interest from a number of Premier League sides, even training with Manchester United before securing an exit. Scott Banks is another one to have made the jump to the big time with Crystal Palace, while several others have been handed a chance lower down the English pyramid.
He's certainly very good at polishing rough diamonds into gems, so I certainly don't think it's beyond the realms of possibility. " The Champions League, barring a truly remarkable and unprecedented rise, is unlikely to be within the grasp of Swansea any time soon, but Goldie is clearly already looking upwards in his new role. He said recently: “The purpose is very obvious, you look at the success of the Welsh national team, the number of academy graduates we have in that squad. It adds a bit of pressure but, if anything, we want to build on that.
And even then, the chances are they've at least heard of Joe Allen. Goldie's predecessor Jon Grey, who is set to return to his natural habitat on the training ground as part of this latest reshuffle, recently outlined some of the challenges the academy has faced in recent years, and indeed some of the ambitions for the future. You can read more about that here. Even after losing its Category One status, there is a weight of expectation on the shoulders of anyone who walks through the door at Landore. But given his impressive CV, Goldie has his own sky-high expectations to live up to. “We have a very clear vision to produce and develop Champions League players, " was the ambitious pledge to the local media in Dundee last season. READ MORESwansea City announce academy shake-up after Leon Britton's shock exit It perhaps seemed farfetched to some, but Scott Burns, sports writer at the Daily Record, believes he wasn't too far away from making that a reality.
How they want to develop players. How they want them to play. There's a lost of individual work. There's no stone left unturned really. They look to improve their weaknesses and make them better and stronger psychologically. So a lot happens on an individual level after the normal training on the training pitch. "I think he's quite similar to Martin in the way he sees the academy players coming through. A lot of them are very good technically.
Inside Andy Goldie's methods as Swans academy enters new era"We could rest on our laurels given the success we’ve had so far or we could push the boundaries again. "It’s in our nature to push the boundaries. " It's March 2022, and Andy Goldie is painting out his vision for Dundee United's efforts for youth development. At the time, the club had announced plans to re-develop the academy facilities at the club's Gussie Park complex, the latest crowning achievement in a hugely successful three-year stint.