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Guaranteeing the best to its young people, to transform the experience at Juventus into a period of exponential growth: the goal of the Juventus youth sector has always been this, with extreme attention to the needs of each boy and to the methodologies used to coach. In this latter aspect, this year, there is an important development: the Futsal project.
The idea was born from the desire to integrate the two disciplines – soccer and futsal starting from the basic activity so as to make the growth path of young players even more complete, providing them with all the skills that futsal manages to broadcast. The project addresses age groups from Under 7 to Under 14: each age group will carry out specific weekly training.
Leading the project is Alessio Musti, a former futsal player, with three titles and six Italian Cups, and technical commissioner of the National team, as well as a teacher for UEFA courses on the methodology of futsal. A methodology when integrated with those already present at the Juventus youth sector, it’s aim is to improve the standard of the average player.
THOUGHTS OF CHERUBINI
“The project was born following careful analysis and evaluation about the opportunities offered by the application of futsal methodologies for the completion of the growth path of children and will be implemented with the supervision of Massimiliano Scaglia, Academy Manager, and Luigi Milani, U13s to U7s Academy Supervisor,” said Federico Cherubini, Head of Football Teams & Technical Areas, continuing; “The aim is to create new ways of developing and improving the technical, tactical, and cognitive abilities of young footballers and we are excited about the possibility of using the skills and professionalism of a technician with Alessio Musti’s experience.”
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