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When you think about the game of football, many things come to mind, and if you’re an enthusiast, many feelings come to mind too. From outstanding players to explosive matches, and crowds cheering, all the senses come to play. However, in all games, there is one thing that separates this sport from many others – the net.
A goalpost is a must in every home, and when looking to purchase this for your back yard, keep in mind that there can be nothing better than watching your children playing outside and being active instead of sitting in front of the television screen repetitively playing the latest version of FIFA, you may want to read the information below to get you stepping in the right direction and score that goal! (excuse the pun).
During proper professional matches, three different types of goalposts nets are usually used which include the Stadium box nets, Straight back nets, or the Standard Nets and everything you need to know about them and their “netting grades” can be found on this online source. However, when you are buying one for your home, for your children to play with, the selection process may be a tad less rigorous, but still a thorough one.
Things to Consider When Buying A Football Net for Your Kids
There are a few things to look for in a goalpost that will make or break a good football game, and we look at a few of these aspects below.
1.      Where Are you Setting it Up? It could be your back yard, the park, the garden, or even a local park facility. The size of the area is an important determining factor. Small areas should have small posts and big areas can have both small or big. Before you order or purchase one, make sure you measure the area, not just by looking at it and guesstimating, but with a measuring tape, making notes as you go along.
2.      What Are Your Kids Ages? Again, another important one to look out for is the age factor. Whoever said “age is nothing but a number” might not like this point because age will matter when choosing a goalpost. According to the Football Association, the sizes will vary. For example, under 7-8-year-old format 5vs 5, the goal size should be 12”x6’ or 8’x6’ can also work. If they are under 9 to 10 years and playing a format of 7vs7 then they should use a goal size of 12”x6” and older kids should use the larger ones such as the 16” by 7’.
3.      The Type of Goal. Of course, this will matter significantly to the game and even when you are having fun. If it is left outside the whole year-round, you may want to consider a weatherproof material such as aluminum or PVC, such as the ones mentioned here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Goal_(sports). Some posts can be disassembled and stored away during winter months, while others cannot, so be careful where you leave it.
4.      The Products Design and Durability. This will ensure it lasts a long time, so going for something that is made of solid material and constructed well, will guarantee you don’t waste your bucks on it or it breaks in a short time. Those that need to be installed, should be followed up with robust instructions such as online or via the user manual that you get with it.  
The Netting. This needs to be checked as well because getting a goalpost with a flimsy or cheap material net defeats the purpose. One needs heavy-duty, long-lasting football nets to stop the ball from getting lost or going into your neighbors’ yard, football, or in some country’s “soccer”, is one of the most popular ones that springs to everybody’s mind.
Commonly made out of polyethylene twine which is all weatherproof, these nets average about 2.5mm thick. In any case, whichever one you choose, make sure it is strong and thick and held fast to the frame of the post so any ball shots don’t unhinge it.
The best ones are not the flashy thin free-standing ones, but rather the robust sturdy metal ones that can stay in place and don’t topple over at the first shot of a kid’s foot. Then you get the “mini-goal” posts which can also do the job of acting as goalpost especially in your garden. This is good because it is easy to carry around and to store away. They are typically for use within the 4 to 12-year ranges and are a perfect option for small gardens or even indoor entertainment rooms.
Whichever one you choose make sure you buy the best quality one so it can last, and you can teach your kids yet another sport that will keep them active for hours, and who knows, even become the next Lionel Messi!

Back in the day it was standard practice for young players to pass their formative playing years at their hometown club or at least one based in their native country, before perhaps being farmed out further afield once their reputation in the adult game had been established.

All that is changing these days, with top teams recruiting fledgling talent to their books early on and then sending those same players out to foreign teams across Europe, where they can grow not only as a player but also as a man.

Here are just some of the Scottish youngsters who having made dream moves to Premier League or SPL clubs and who were then sent abroad to earn their stripes in the more technical European game.

Many Scottish youngsters are being asked to prove themselves in foreign lands

Liam Morrison

There are few better places to learn your trade than with the powerhouses of European football that are Bayern Munich.

That is the honour bestowed on 17-year-old Liam Morrison, who is currently plying his trade in the German champions’ youth teams, but is already being tipped for stardom whenever he gets to take his bow in the big leagues.

Fraser Hornby

The Blue half of Liverpool has always been a hotbed of talent, with much of it also having Scottish roots, and Fraser Hornby is certainly in that mould.

However, the attacking midfielder has been something of a road warrior, having played in Belgium before then making a recent permanent move to French Ligue 1 side Reims. His game time has been limited so far this season, but he is not a bad man to lump a bet or two on when the French side do decide to let him spread his wings, because he has an eye for goal and a killer through ball. Reims fans will probably be hoping that happens sooner rather than later, with wise punters currently using their sports free bets to wager on Reims getting relegated this season rather than achieving anything positive.

Training and playing in a foreign language is just one of the major tests that these young players face

Charlie Gilmour

This 21-year-old terrier-like midfielder has been bounced between the youth setups at both Arsenal and Norwich, before heading abroad to see what he is made of in the Dutch second division with Telstar.

He is now back at Norwich where he has been racking up some impressive performances both in the Premier League 2 and the EFL Cup. It seems only a matter of time before Gilmour forces his way into the reckoning at Carrow Road or elsewhere in the upper echelons of European footy.

The Premier League is rightly regarded as one of the best and most competitive leagues in world football. However, there is always a strong core of Scottish players that represent some of the biggest teams in the topflight of English football.
Nonetheless, it isn’t all about the Premier League as Scottish youngsters are now looking at other European leagues to make their mark. Ryan Gauld for example, has finally returned to Portuguese top division after being promoted with SC Farense.
Oliver Burke had an interesting spell in La Liga with Alaves, before returning this season to English topflight with Sheffield United.
Furthermore, success that has been achieved by Andrew Robertson at Liverpool is a huge example of what Scottish players can with them as a fresh dynamic to the team. And with the Euro playoff final set to happen in November, there is a glimpse of hope that Scotland will return to a major tournament once again.
That looks to continue in the future with a number of young Scottish players set to make their mark this season (and hopefully be into the cards for next Summer’s tournament, fingers crossed!).

Billy Gilmour

Scotland fans would have been purring last season after seeing Billy Gilmour produce one of the most exciting performances in many years during Chelsea’s FA Cup success over Liverpool.
Gilmour was able to hold his own against the runaway Premier League leaders, and instantly was the talk of an international call-up.
For football players in Europe, being able to play in the Premier League, is like a youngster in the College Football odds of BetAmerica being drafted for the NFL.
Billy is even lucky enough to be in one of the top squads of the league, so expectations are quite high.
The midfielder couldn’t be playing for a better manager at present, with Frank Lampard revealing time and time again that he will give his young players a chance to shine in the first team.
Injury towards the end of the 2019-20 season meant that he wasn’t able to continue his fine form for the first-team, but he has been given a new squad number this term, and he could be set to play an increased role for Chelsea throughout the season.


Sonny Blu Lo Everton

There aren’t many Scottish players that are as highly thought of as Sonny Blue Lo Everton. The winger was tempted to play for Scotland very early on his career, as the coaching set up was instantly aware of his talents. He is yet to make a senior start for Watford, but he has constantly been impressing for the U18’s.
Those performances have also been followed over to his Under 18’s performances for the Scottish national side, while he has played for the U19 and U17 Scottish teams too.
He has made a combined total of seven appearances so far at these two levels, and he could find himself playing a more regular role with the Hornets this term as they find themselves back in the Championship.
Their relegation could mean that an eye could be turned to youth, and Blu Lo Everton will be one of the players that could stand to benefit from that decision.

Fraser Hornby

Fraser Hornby has taken a leaf out of the Jadon Sancho handbook and has turned his back on English and Scottish football to develop his game further in a different European league.
Hornby was highly thought of during his youth career, and that saw Everton make their move to sign the teenager from Northampton Town in 2014.
However, he wasn’t given the chance to shine at the Toffees, with the only minutes that he played coming in a Europa League tie against Apollon Limassol.
He flourished on loan in the 2019-20 season with Kortrijk, in Belgium, where he scored three goals in 12 games. That potential was seen by Ligue 1 side Reims.
Hornby signed for the French side in the recent summer transfer window and has already made three appearances this season.
His future looks very bright, and it would only seem a matter of time before he scores his first goal in Ligue 1. That could lead to him getting a first senior call up further down the line after a couple of appearances for the under 21’s already.
These are the top 3 future Scottish prospects that we hope we can see in action for the national team already next Summer.
Who else you expect to bloom this season? Let us know!
Tuesday, 19 October 2010 00:08

Spreads in Football Index: What Do They Mean?

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There are different strategies you can use to improve your chances of enjoying more winnings on Football Index. If youre a complete beginner, you can make the most of your time by using a Football Index referral code while getting to know the basics of the platform. This will give you additional funds, which you can use to put together and bet on a winning player portfolio. You can opt to buy shares of media favourites, established players, or up-and-coming stars that will earn you dividends throughout the season.
Another way to go about it is by buying and selling player shares. To succeed in this, though, you need to come up with a strategy, and that almost always involves looking closely at the spread.
Minding the Gap between Buy and Sell Prices
The spread sounds like its a compilation of sheets and formulas, but the concept itself is not that complicated. Simply put, the spread refers to the difference between the sell price and the buy price, and its widely used in all financial and betting markets. Spreads are expressed in percentages.
If, for example, Player A has a sell price of £6.5 and a buy price of £6.3, then Player A has a spread of £0.2 or 3.17 percent.
Spreads can be categorised into 2: tight and wide. Its a tight spread if theres a small difference between the Sell and Buy prices, while its a wide spread if theres a significant difference between these numbers. The width of the spread can change considerably throughout the course of a players availability on Football Index.
The liquidity of the market dictates the spread width changes, which is why its important to keep an eye on the buy and sell prices. A tight spread may indicate that the market for a particular player is very active and has a lot of traders. Many buyers are interested in acquiring shares in that player, and theyre competing for every opportunity to purchase shares from sellers. Because theres a large number of buyers who are willing to bid higher amounts, closer to the price that sellers want for their shares, the difference between the buy and sell prices are effectively reduced.
On the other hand, a wide spread often means that theres not a lot of activity in the market for a particular players shares. The competition is less fierce, so buyers can afford to bid lower amounts without worrying that other buyers will match their offer. Sellers may be less than willing to part with their shares at a price below market value and suffer a loss, so they may choose to wait until the players sell price increases.
In summary, the spread is indicative of the value of a players shares, and a tight spread is a sign that a player is seen by buyers as a worthy addition to their portfolio.
Using the Spread to Your Advantage
How can you leverage this newfound knowledge on spreads? You can start by taking a closer look at the player shares in your portfolio. Its a sensible move to keep an eye out for narrowing spreads. If a player is gaining more attention from traders, consider if its the best time to sell your shares or if you should keep them longer and wait for their value to appreciate.
Check out the players with a wide spread as well, then decide if theyre worth holding onto. If you believe that Player A has potential, you can try to offer a higher buy price for additional Player A shares. This, in turn, will increase the value of the Player A shares you are currently holding.
The Key Is Knowing Exactly What Youre Doing
Relying on the rise and fall of the price of the player shares in your portfolio comes with its own advantages. Traders are primarily attracted to this strategy because it presents them with an opportunity to win big without necessarily spending a lot of money in the first place.
Just the same, there are downsides to using this strategy on Football Index. While buying low and selling high can earn you significant returns, theres also the fact that it can be quite risky. The market can end up becoming volatile, for example, and should your prediction run counter to the current trends, you may lose some money.
To improve your chances of enjoying all the benefits of betting on Football Index, you need to first and foremost ensure that you know what you are doing. Make every effort to familiarise yourself with how the platform works, cultivate a passion for the sport if youre not a fan of football just yet, and come up with a structured entry and exit plan. This way, youll be able to enjoy the game, use your newfound knowledge to make good decisions on the Index, and realise more winnings at the same time.

The Scotland national team has hugely benefited over the last five years from the emergence of some talented young players who are now excelling for club and country.

Kieran Tierney, Scott McTominay and Andrew Robertson are all examples of what can be achieved by young Scottish youngsters, if they have the talent and are willing to work hard.

Here is a look at three players who may well be the future stars of the Scottish senior team if they continue to develop in their careers.

Kai Kennedy

Rangers youngster Kai Kennedy was recently called up to the Scotland under-19 team and it may not be long before he is fast-tracked through the different levels.

The 18-year-old made his debut for the Gers back in January when he came off the bench in their Scottish Cup tie with Stranraer. A number of clubs in the Premier League are thought to be monitoring Kennedy, including Sheffield United as they see a lot of potential in the Scot.


Kennedy looked very much at home in Rangers’ under-20 tie with Atletico Madrid earlier this year which they lost 4-0. The Spanish side was full of quality but Kennedy matched them and was one of the standout players on the pitch.

Jamie Hamilton

Despite being just 18 years old, defender Jamie Hamilton is an integral part of Hamilton’s starting XI in the Scottish Premiership. He has made 17 appearances for the Accies and is getting better with every game.
Hamilton has represented Scotland at a number of youth levels. He currently features for the under-19 side and it won’t be long before he steps up to the under-21 level.
Coming up against some of the best players in Scotland when his side faces the likes of Celtic and Rangers is great experience for the defender. Hamilton are 10/1 in the football betting to finish in the top six this season and that would be a great achievement from the South Lanarkshire-based side. They will need Hamilton and the rest of their squad to be at their best in order to achieve that.
By the time he reaches his early 20s, Hamilton will have played a lot of football and may well be playing at an even higher level than he is doing right now.

Andy Winter


18-year-old Andy Winter had a dream debut for Hamilton earlier this year, scoring in his side’s 5-0 victory over Edinburgh City in the Scottish Cup. Winter has since featured for the Accies in the Scottish Premiership and is a player that Hamilton boss Brian Rice likes a lot.

The Scottish youngster is a forward who works very hard on the pitch. He has scored goals at every level he has played at. If he continues that trend in the Scottish Premiership, he could be set for big things.

Scotland have had some great forwards over the years and Winter may well be the next in line to shine for the senior team.

Good luck to all of the above three players as they strive to have a successful career in the game. 

Sports betting has become one of the most talked-about events in the world. More than 500 million people use different online websites to bet on their favorite sports and win quick cash. Online sports betting is fun and exhilarating, but it is also a great way to earn fast money.
If you have the right knowledge and good experience regarding your favorite sport, you will win quite a great chance. People around the world have won thousands of dollars by placing their bets on sports. There are websites like Betway where you can easily place your desired bet and win huge rewards.
Yes! That's possible, and people are already doing it regularly. Now it's your turn. Are you interested to know a bit more about it? Keep reading this blog that we have today.

Why Are People Fond of Sports Betting?

If you look closely, you will find many reasons why people are interested in sports betting.
  • Entertainment is the biggest and most obvious reason. It can help to increase the value and level of entertainment that you enjoy. It is enjoyable to watch live sports events, but it gives you an adrenaline rush when you have placed your bets on a game. Betting seriously takes the whole experience to a new level altogether.
  • Sports betting falls under the circle of competence for a lot of people. No matter what sport we love to watch, we have our favorite teams. We keep track of team news, about the players, their performance, and many aspects of the team. Isn't it?
So people are more confident in judging and deciding which game they will play well and which one will be an utter loss. That's why it becomes a lot easier for many to place their monetary bets.
  • Sports betting nowadays comes with no limitations. So, whether you want to bet $5 or $5000, no questions asked. It depends on you regarding how much money you are planning to bet.
That is the reason why many people consider sports betting as cheap yet fun. If you are not confident about any one of the games, then you can avoid losing a lot of money by placing a simple bet that won't cost you much.
These are some cool reasons why people are fond of sports betting nowadays. If they seem convincing and fun, then you can also visit an online betting website and start trying out your skills and luck right away.

Final Words

Sports betting is a new way to earn quick money and have fun while watching live sporting events. Be it football, basketball, or cricket, and it doesn't matter. Select your favorite sport, your favorite team, and your preferred betting amount.
You are all set to win right now! It is always recommended that you participate in sports betting only from verified and popular online websites. They are safe and pose no threat to your hard-earned money.
Team sports can be a very valuable activity for your child because of the many benefits they can gain from being part of a team and the exercise they’ll get while they’re playing or practicing. Being able to recognise each individual’s contribution to the team with trophies and medals is a tradition that has been around for a long time, and for good reason. Let’s look at why sports trophies are important and what benefits being celebrated offers to your child.

Why Play Team Sports?

The long-term benefits of playing team sports when you’re young are well documented
and agreed on by psychologists and physiologists the world over. Not only do they promote a healthy lifestyle through exercise, but they’re more important than ever because they get your child away from their device screen and into the outdoors. They can instil valuable lessons for your child too, like how to work as an individual in a team who are all working towards a common goal. It can also promote a sense of belonging and comradery.
When you play as a team, you’re also learning discipline and commitment because you learn to understand that your team relies on you and your contribution so you can’t let them down. Above all, you learn that while the drive to win and do well feels great and is worth the effort when you get presented with those engraved trophies, winning isn’t everything and taking part and having fun is important too.

Awards Encourage Attendance

It can be difficult to keep a child motivated and interested in something, particularly as they reach the age when their social life starts to mean everything to them. Sports can quickly fall by the wayside and the value they get from participating in these sports can be lost. When there are trophy cups handed out at the end of competitions, seasons or tournaments, that motivation might persist, and your child will likely be more motivated to get up and get to that Saturday morning game. Once there, they’ll give their best effort in the hope of getting their hands on that trophy. There are some compelling reasons not to celebrate perfect attendance, but recognising improved and good attendance is encouraged.

Awards Encourage Their Best Effort

If you’re playing in a football team and the prospect of victory comes with the promise of a shining gold football trophy for first place, you’re going to make sure you bring your absolute best to every practice and game. By offering these awards, you’re offering incentive, which is the strongest known human motivator. Perhaps the alure of a trophy will motivate your child to put in that extra little bit of effort that their team needs to get over that finish line in first place. They offer a free personalisation service and plenty of unique designs. No matter what our interests, the idea of a trophy engraving featuring our name is going to appeal to us!

They Teach Humility

There are valuable life lessons to be learned when you are given an award, just as there are when you aren’t a recipient. One of the biggest lessons we learn in life is how to win or lose well. No matter how good we are and how well we do at something, we’re not always going to win, and learning how to lose gracefully and with humility is as important as winning. Being able to feel happy for someone who has beaten you and congratulate them earnestly is a very importantly life skill. On the other side of the same coin, knowing how to win with dignity without boasting and gloating is also a good lesson that team sports will teach you.

Some Ideas for Awards

Of course, the basics like 1st 2nd 3rd place awards should be covered, but what about some more creative ideas that can celebrate not just the team but the individual performances? Joblot Trophies and Gifts is a trophy store that offers a wide range of trophies for many different sports and activities including golf, cricket, rugby and football trophy designs for very reasonable costs, each of which can be custom engraved with the winner’s names and the award title. Celebrate individual and team efforts to boost the confidence of your children and encourage performance and participation in the next season or even in broader aspects of life. Awards for improvement, attendance, highest goal or point scorers, special effort, representation and many others are great ideas to include at your club or school prizegiving. Try and celebrate not just sporting achievements, but achievements related to character and effort too.
Prizegiving and awards ceremonies are always a highlight of any sporting season and celebrating the achievements of children both on and off the field is a wonderful way of recognising their achievements. Many adults who won trophies as kids for their favourite sports probably still have them today, which shows just how meaningful an award can be if you’ve worked hard to do well and improve as a team player in your chosen sport.
Football betting is a popular source of entertainment that has been around the corner for a very long time. Football fans shall know- there are a number of popular football leagues.
The English Football League, the English Premier League, La Liga, UEFA Champion’s League, and others are just a few.
These are leagues that have a wide fan-base and provide enough room for betting. Yes, you read that right! Every sport has room for betting, and football is no different.
Betting on football is such a popular domain that it has become an industry in itself. Several countries have already legalized betting, and some others are on the way to do the same.
Therefore, it is clear that betting is an industry that is constantly blossoming and shall continue to do so.
Now that we have spoken about the popularity of football betting, here is another angle that we need to discuss. Like every other industry, football betting is also filled with myths and conjectures.
In fact, some of these are so convincing that you might actually believe them. And we are here to bust those myths.
Unless you can tell a lie from the truth, you cannot make informed decisions. Therefore, let us investigate some of these myths and learn what is true.


Myth #1: The Bookmakers are Always at an Advantage

There is no evidence so far that shows that the bookmakers have an added advantage over the bettors. People who make the claim do not have much understanding of how betting works.
Therefore, you must not go with the advice given by these people. Think on your own feet and use your judgments.
Of the bookmakers could never be beaten, there would be no point of betting. Betting exists because the bettors have a fair chance of winning the bets.
Yes, it is true that the advantages that the bookmakers have are more than the bettors. But that is not always true.
There are always ways to minimize the edge that they have and place your best bets.

Myth #2: Match Predictions are Always Correct

Another dangerous myth that most naïve bettors fall prey to is that the match predictions are always correct. Why do you think we call it the ‘predictions?’
It is because one can only make assumptions and calculated guesses about the matches. The finality of the game depends on who plays well and how!
And that is the whole point of betting. That is the whole point of having a match. If the predictions were always true, betting would cease to exist.
Plus, matches would not have taken place as players would not have given their best. Match predictions might help you place informed bets. But they do not secure your wins.

Myth #3: Stats Tell You Everything You Need to Know

Here is another terrible betting myth that many like to believe in. Stats and trends do not tell you all you need to know.
Most articles on betting tips do advise the readers to follow the trends and stats. But that is only to gain some perspective.
These figures are not everything that you must pay attention to. You can fall back on the stats to understand what is happening or what might happen.
But never take for granted the several other factors driving this space. Keep an eye out at the stats and observe everything closely, sure.
But do not make definitive betting decisions based on them. One good idea is to factor in all the other elements of football betting along with the stats and trends.
That way, you can make better bets and with much gusto.


Myth #4: Promo Codes and Coupons are Useless

You will be making a huge blunder if you ignore the promo codes and coupons that the betting sites have to offer. Promo codes and coupons have a huge role to play in the football betting space.
In fact, using these help you increase your chances of winning the bets. These coupons aid the bettors to safely raise the stakes without the need of being apprehensive.
However, before using these codes and coupons, make sure that you avail them from trusted sources like www.pointspromo.codes/sugarhouse-promo-code/.
Therefore, the next time you hear the myth being repeated, pay little attention to it. Use these advantageous promo codes and try your luck with the different forms of betting.

Myth #5: ATS or Against the Spread Data Has a Significant Predictive Value

Here is yet another myth that most football bettors might have heard of at least once in their life. Football bettors tend to believe that the Against the Spread (ATS) data has accurate predictive value.
We would like to mention at this juncture what we had mentioned before. It is fine to take into account the different sets of data from different sources.
But, it is not wise to depend on these individual tools and sources to form judgments. In all honesty, ATS has no definitive predictive value at all.
Do not go with the flow when it comes to betting. Use your knowledge. ATS merely tells us how the teams have performed in relation to the point spreads.
It gives no more information besides this. Many bettors make the mistake of going with the ATS to make predictions for the upcoming matches. However, you must know better!

Wrapping Up:

Betting is a vulnerable field, and no one denied that. However, there are also ways to tweak your chances of winning if you place your bets well.
But how do you start to place good bets? What must you know and what must you not pay heed to? Start by nipping these myths right in the bud.
Most of the myths that do the rounds are unfounded. And the ones that you might have reasons to believe are just half-baked truths.
Therefore, you must be very well informed about all that transpires in the betting space to make informed decisions.
Over the past few seasons, the football that Liverpool FC has played can be described as fantastic. In a period that has been dominated by the might of Manchester City, who have spent millions upon millions in building up a team of the best players in the world, it is so refreshing to see a team such as Liverpool, not only playing and competing with them on the same level, but actually raising the bar by a couple of notches as well.
Football fans around the world have endured a very unique season this year, what with all the interruptions due to Covid-19, and games being played out in empty stadiums. That hasn’t stopped a lot of people from enjoying football and  visiting an online casino to place a bet or two on what they think the results of a game might be.

Jürgen Klopp’s arrival

Ever since Liverpool appointed Jürgen Klopp as manager back at the end of 2015, there is only one direction the club have been going and that is up. The Germans arrival has changed the whole mentality of the football club, changing everyone who supports and loves them from being doubters to believers.
Nothing has highlighted this more than back to back appearances in the final of the Champions League, winning it in the 2018-2019 season, and then following it up with the clubs first league title in 30 years. What Klopp has done to the club has been revolutionary, and his management skills, recruitment, training and man to man skills have all been spot on.
Players love to play for him, the fans love to cheer for him, and he is as passionate about his team as any of the great managers in the club's proud and rich history. Legends such as Bill Shankly, Bob Paisley and Kenny Dalglish are now his peers and he has earned the right to also be referred to as a Liverpool legend himself.

The Next Chapter

The big question now is what is next for Liverpool and Klopp ? Now that he has achieved the two ultimate prizes in club football over the past two seasons, what is there to aim for next ?
The first would be to defend their Premiership title, which is a lot easier said than done. Only a few times have managed to retain the title the following season, with Manchester City the last team to do so. There is the worry that the fact that they’ve now won the ultimate prize that has eluded the club for the past 30 years, the players and manager might both lose a little of their drive and determination.
This though shouldn’t be a worry for Liverpool as Klopp is a manager who strives for perfection. Simply relaxing because the prize has already been won will not be an option for any of the clubs players, and they may soon find themselves on the bench and replaced pretty quickly if that were to happen.
Klopp keeps his players focused and they have this never say die winning mentality that has been drilled into them over the past 4 years. It’s hard to believe that the players will all suddenly lose that mentality after winning the title. They certainly didn’t the previous season when they won the Champions League. In fact, they gave them the belief and determination to go again and win the title, which they lost the season before to Manchester City by a single point.

The Double or Treble

There is no doubt that Liverpool will be competing again next season at the highest level. They’ve got a lot of targets to aim for, and along with retaining the league title, there is also the small matter of the Champions League, as well as the domestic cups in England.
It’s been a while since Liverpool last won the FA cup, and though it’s importance has somewhat diminished over the past decade or so, it is still a trophy that the fans love, and one that a lot of Liverpool players will want to win. Doing the double or even treble is an extremely difficult task, as many teams have found out over the years.
Not many teams get the chance to win a single trophy, let alone two or three, but teams such as Liverpool and Manchester City have taken winning to a whole new level, and competition for the trophies has never been higher.
Whatever happens next season, especially with the continued presence of Covid-19 and the problems that it has caused all over the world, no one knows. Will football go ahead as usual or will it take place in a much more controlled and restricted environment. If you are a betting person, then you can probably get some great odds for next season, so it’s a good time to visit an online kaszinó, and place a couple of bets for what you think might happen next year.
All we can do is wait and see, but one thing is for sure – Liverpool, as well as other teams such as Manchester City, Chelsea and Manchester United will all be strengthening their squads during the summer, and the race for the top of the table next season will most certainly be a lot closer than it was this year.
There is no doubt that 2020 has certainly been a turbulent year in terms of youth football throughout Scotland. The good news is that this nation has not been nearly as affected when compared to some other regions of the United Kingdom and Europe. Still, it is better to be safe than sorry. This is the reason why the entire league has faced some interesting challenges over the past few months. However, might things soon begin to return to a semblance of normalcy? What does the Scottish government have to say and how realistic are the associated timelines? Let's take a look at some of the latest updates to get a better idea of what is in store.

Some Teams are Already Returning to Training

Thanks to the easing of some restrictive measures initially put in place by the Scottish government, a handful of teams have once again been able to hit the pitch in order to hone their skills. These include youth organisations such as Edina Hibs, Dryburgh Athletic, EK Burgh United, and Edinburgh City FC.

However, we should also keep in mind that these training sessions are likely to be governed by certain safety measures in order to help guarantee that our young superstars are kept as healthy as possible at all times. It is nonetheless a foregone conclusion that these and other teams are quite eager to get back into the swing of things.

What Does the Scottish Government Have to Say?

The good news is that non-contact football training is already permitted. Still, thees matches can only take place in accordance with current measures such as maintaining the proper social distances and ensuring that gatherings do not exceed the maximum amount of participants.

All indoor sports facilities are slated to reopen on 31 August. Once again, the proper level of social distancing and the appropriate hygienic measures (such as face masks and hand sanitisers) must be present in order to remain open. In terms of ages, children up to 12 years old will be able to play contact football. Adolescents 12 years or older can only participate in non-contact games. Coaches can likewise work with younger players as long as the total number of participants does not exceed 30 at any given time.

A Sign of Things to Come?

While some adult-related sporting activities might have to be replaced with other games such as blackjack online, Scottish children and adolescents can once again enjoy all that football has to offer. However, we should also mention that the easing of prior restrictions could be easily put back in place if we begin to let our guard down.

Parents should be certain that their children are following all of the recommended hygienic and social distancing rules. In the same respect, adults are by no means exempt from the guidelines put forth by the Scottish government. With time and a bit of patience, the Scottish youth football season could begin return sooner as opposed to later.
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