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女大学生的沙龙: Exclusive: FA set to axe up to 15 England junior-level coaches as it faces ?300m losses in Covid crisis

Coaches from Under-15s up to Under-20s, as well as specialist coaches, have been told that they will all have to reapply for their jobs

England U21s training
The England U21s have been ring-fenced so the changes will not affect them Credit: PA

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The Football Association is to make around 15 coaches working with the junior England teams redundant in cost-cutting measures which will have a major effect on the St George’s Park organisation that has yielded a generation of competitive national sides.

The coaches for each age-group team?from Under-15s to Under-20s, as well as specialist coaches, have been told from St George’s Park that all of them will have to reapply for their jobs. The senior men and women’s team, as well as the men’s Under-21s, managed by Aidy Boothroyd, have been ring-fenced so the changes will not affect them.

The specialist coaches were those brought in by the FA in 2016 with an emphasis on “in possession” and “out of possession”. Although it was initially met with scepticism outside the FA, it proved crucial to the success of the junior teams in international tournaments

Under the former technical director?Dan Ashworth, there was extensive investment in coaching and talent identification which yielded world champions at U17s and U20s level in 2017 as well as the winners of the Under-19 European Championships. There are currently five England junior men’s teams – U15s, U17s, U19s, U20s and U21s. The women’s junior teams work on the same basis apart from an U23s side which acts as the feeder team to the senior side rather than U21s.

Ashworth reorganised the way in which players were scouted and changed the kind of opposition that England teams played. He withdrew England from the Home Nations tournaments which were no longer regarded as being able to provide the level and variety of competition. Instead, the teams found themselves playing South American sides – the kind they were more likely to play in tournaments.

England manager Gareth Southgate has already taken a 30 per cent pay cut to his ?3 million salary agreed at the start of April as the FA faces?losses of up to ?300m?in the Covid crisis. Southgate, a former U21s manager and also formerly the FA head of elite development, was an advocate of the innovative work done by the junior teams. They also worked with the performance consultancy Lane4.

The current technical director is Les Reed and it has fallen on him and his assistant, John McDermott, recently arrived from Tottenham, to implement the cuts.

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