Last week, the final round of the year-long Tri-Series football tournament for the 2017-18 season concluded with Aspire Academy’s football teams facing the U14 and U16 Tunisian and Iranian national youth teams in the same age-groups.As many as 1,200 footballers from across Asia, Africa, Europe and South America took part in the global competition. “Aspire Academy’s main goal from this tournament is the long-term development of its individual football players. Playing is, of course, the most important learning approach for our players and we try to give them as much playing time as possible,” Edorta Murua, Technical Football Director at Aspire Academy, said.“The Tri-Series exposes them on a regular basis to international opponents and allows them to test themselves against different playing styles, philosophies and models from all over the world. It is one piece of the puzzle that should help our players develop a deeper understanding of the sport, because it is important that players are flexible and can think outside the box. No matter what challenges they face, they should be able to adapt and overcome these obstacles.“What differentiates our players from others is the way they look at situations and the decisions they make and how they are… Read full this story
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