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Former Crewe manager Dario Gradi is renowned for unearthing young football talent.
Crewe might be famous for being the station where everyone changes, but the local football club is world renowned for keeping young talent on the right track.
Under former manager Dario Gradi, who had two spells in charge of the first team, the Cheshire minnows produced a steady stream of talented kids such as Danny Murphy, Dean Ashton and Rob Jones, who all went on to play for England.
Players such as Neil Lennon, Robbie Savage and David Platt also benefited from working with Gradi at Gresty Road after joining the club as youngsters from elsewhere.
Gradi is now in charge of the Crewe Academy after stepping down as manager for a second time in 2011 to focus on youth development, with Manchester United midfielder Nick Powell the most recent graduate to appear in the Premier League after joining Crewe as a five-year-old.