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PostSubject: Academy News...   Academy News... EmptySat Jun 12, 2021 8:33 am

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PostSubject: Re: Academy News...   Academy News... EmptySat Jun 12, 2021 10:46 am

It is, looks like Dewsnip and his team are doing a good job, the whole club is becoming more organised and professional.  About time after the recent dark days of the shysters mismanagement. cheers
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PostSubject: Re: Academy News...   Academy News... EmptySat Jun 12, 2021 1:09 pm

akagreengull wrote:
It is, looks like Dewsnip and his team are doing a good job, the whole club is becoming more organised and professional.  About time after the recent dark days of the shysters mismanagement. cheers

He is indeed and long may it continue and the club continues to build on its foundations when he leaves whenever that maybe and it doesnt fall apart like it did when Gordon Bennett and Mike Pejic left after they came in to totally revamp the non existent youth system here that was neglected for years under maccauley and staplewallet.
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PostSubject: Re: Academy News...   Academy News... EmptySat Jun 12, 2021 2:58 pm

Darren Way’s under-18 side will take on a number of local clubs to gear up for the 21/22 campaign.

Academy matches across Devon and Cornwall will be open to spectators, and the Green Army are encouraged to witness the Pilgrims’ next generation in action, while also supporting local non-league clubs in the process.

The young Pilgrims kick off their pre-season schedule with a visit to Elburton Villa on Tuesday, 6 July, kick-off 7pm, before heading to North Devon to take on Bideford Town on the afternoon of Saturday, 17 July.

The following Wednesday, the Greens will travel to Buckland Athletic, before heading into Cornwall to take on Helston under-23s and St Blazey AFC on 24 and 28 July, respectively.

Under-18 coach Darren Way said: “Pre-season lays a really important foundation for the campaign, to develop that competitive edge and fitness.

“It also provides us with an opportunity to involve local teams. who have been very supportive to the Academy in my time here, and give something back to these community clubs.

“This pre-season schedule also marks a special moment for the Academy, our players, their families, and the fans to be reunited after such a difficult 18 months – which is vitally important.”

The Pilgrims also plan to take on other Academy sides during their pre-season campaign, with further matches due to be announced in the coming weeks.

Please contact host clubs for ticketing information.

UNDER-18 PRE-SEASON SCHEDULE

Tuesday, 6 July, 7pm: Elburton Villa (A)

Saturday, 17 July, 3pm: Bideford Town (A)

Wednesday, 21 July, 7pm: Buckland Athletic (A)

Saturday, 24 July, 5pm: Helston Athletic under-23s (A)

Wednesday, 28 July, 7pm: St Blazey AFC (A)
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PostSubject: Re: Academy News...   Academy News... EmptySat Jun 12, 2021 9:06 pm

akagreengull wrote:
It is, looks like Dewsnip and his team are doing a good job, the whole club is becoming more organised and professional.  About time after the recent dark days of the shysters mismanagement. cheers
Yep a far cry from the days when a bent website was supplying training aids to Kevin Hodges, because Green Jimmy would'nt. The Academy is more profesional than under the Mare, when it was truly shite.
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