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Interview with former Chelsea and Spurs youth coach, Daryl Willard

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Few would disagree with you if you were to mention that young English footballers, on the whole, aren’t as good as their European counterparts. The common consensus is that English footballers aren’t as technically gifted or tactically astute as footballers from countries such as Spain or Germany but according to former Spurs and Chelsea academy coach Daryl Willard, this is not necessarily the case. Plenty of reasons have been put forward as to why so few English youngsters break through into the first team squads of elite clubs, but few are in as good a position to comment as Daryl Willard who has travelled the world in order to train and coach the next generation of young footballers. Willard is certain that the problem is not the lack of talent.

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