Liverpool FC : FSG's 'Go Young' Policy To Yield Future Dividends?

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Liverpool FC : FSG's 'Go Young' Policy To Yield Future Dividends?
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Liverpool, in the last 10 years has depended solely on players they bought from the market rather than graduates from the Academy or young signings who graduated from playing for the reserves. Such a policy however, did not seem to be sustainable and is considered to be one of the reasons for Liverpool's downfall in the last few years. 

Since taking over in October, NESV, or the FSG, their British arm has openly spoken about developing a youth system and targeting young players.

FSG believes that 'Go Young' is the policy that would help Liverpool get back to the top in the next 4-5 years. And there has been positives in that direction - In the potential of Academy graduates, youngsters signed in the last 2-3 years and the youngsters being targeted.

This slide show concentrates on some of those youngsters and the challenges before Liverpool with regard to managing young talent.

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