Report: Alasdair Gold picks 11 Spurs academy starlets for fans to keep an eye on

Football London’s Alasdair Gold has highlighted eleven Spurs academy starlets for fans to keep an eye on over the next few years, after a season to remember for the youth groups. 

While the under-21s struggled and suffered relegation this week, the U17 and U18 sides both lifted Premier League Cups to celebrate the end of their respective seasons.

Alfie Devine
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Gold looked through these two squads and picked out eleven players aged 18 and under who could make an impact at the club in the coming seasons.

It comes as no surprise that Jamie Donley was the first named on the list, with the youngster having scored nine and assisted eight this season, while playing in all kinds of different positions.

Mikey Moore also takes his place on the list, having impressed in the cup final this week. However, what many people don’t know is that despite playing for the U18 side, he is only 15 years old.

Alasdair Gold also named Alfie Dorrington, Alfie Devine, Rio Kyerematen, Oliver Irow, Tyrese Hall, Will Lankshear, Luca Gunter, George Abbott, and Herbie James on his list.

You can check out all the reasons behind Gold’s decisions in his full article here.

Spurs Web Opinion:

Despite popular belief, Tottenham are actually very successful in producing exciting young talent.

The problem is giving that talent a pathway to the first-team squad, which has been absent in the past five years.

So many talented youngsters have had to leave the club to find first-team opportunities, which runs the risk of creating the culture that you must leave Spurs’ academy to find success.

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