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Having read most of the posting since end of season it is obvious CIFC face a policy decision that requires early resolution
In simple terms we do not have the cash to splash in any sort of race to continue the promotion(s) chase
We do have a hard core of support that will grow with intelligent progress
We do have talented young players committed to the team
Therefore:
1.-We cannot stand still in performance terms as that route leads to stagnation and we will fade away to lower league status
2.-Our young talent is only lacking in the disciplined use of natural skills that those who have experienced day to day coaching and discipline as full time pro!s gained in there earlier youth
One way forward is for the club to invest in coaching from kids to first eleven, coaching and discipline they have missed out on in there early days for the first team and skilled qualified coaching for the kids
Establish the reputation for high standards of coaching at all levels and we will attract the interest of the best youngsters to join and will develop a winning "class act" reputation at all levels
It is a cheaper and longer term route but a journey with high potential satisfaction for all concerned.


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Some good points there.

In regards to coaching, all of Canvey Island Youth FC's coaches are currently undergoing a course that will earn them their FA Level 1 Coaching Badge. This will clear the patch for CIYFC to become a FA Charter Standard setup. This is just one way to help put solid foundations in place for the future of CIFC.

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offline Modfather

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The proof will be in the pudding as they say !!..My own son and three or four other lads in our current U/18 squad are currently coached and play for no other than 'Crow' himself in his all conquering SEEVIC team, who recently won the U/19 Essex Schools Cup..We are hoping that they will make up the backbone of our reserves next season and in time progress to the first team.
The future bright, the futures Crow..!

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I am really looking forward to watching the Reserves next season.

Also, assuming we're still in the Essex and Herts next season, they're getting some very good officials in that league at the moment... whistle




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