The 1990s version of Fergie's Fledglings vindicated Sir Alex Ferguson’s belief that you could win with kids—Alan Hansen isn’t going disagree.
The German Bundesliga is the best European league in terms of producing and giving youngsters a chance.
Let’s take a look at Borussia Dortmund, who have six established starters age 23 or under (Mario Götze, Shinji Kagawa, Robert Lewandowski, Mats Hummels, Kevin Großkreutz, Sven Bender).
Oh, and the Bundesliga’s best player right now in Marco Reus is joining Dortmund in the summer. They also have this kid called Moritz Leitner, who oozes of class.
If a Premier League club has a youngster who is the crème de la crème or a wunderkind, then the club must give him a chance.
The players must be 23 years or younger and they've been ranked by their form, not reputation.