Brendan Rodgers: Kids have to stop blaming everyone else if they don't make the grade - on the 27 December 16 / Neil Cameron, Sports Writer / @NeilCameron5 wrote this article about the blame culture in Scottish football.
BRENDAN RODGERS last night insisted there was a blame culture in Scottish football which is responsible for young players not making the grade.
The Celtic manager, in a stark interview, revealed his frustration at the way some academy players who have genuine talent do not dedicate themselves to their profession.
The Friday before Christmas Lewis, Jordan and Max were invited to try out for the Brisbane Roar (Charlie will try out next year).
The Roar have asked Lewis to keep attending their Training sessions. Jordan, Max and Charlie go back in a couple of weeks.
Wishing all the boys the very best for 2017.
2016 has been a fabulous year for the AFA lads and coaching team, and 2017 is looking to be even bigger and better.
To finish off the year Lewis, Jordan and Max have been invited to try out for the Brisbane Roar this Friday (Charlie will try out next year). Congratulations, and all the very best and we know you will do your best and the AFA proud.
On Saturday December 3, Gary Scott was featured in the Gold Coast Eye, he told his story to Rachael Jansen.
To read more about how Gary and the team of coaches at Nerang SC and AFA are making young men's dream a reality, go to the AFA Facebook page.
Nerang SC are currently running a post-season training program; Monday to Thursday from 4:30PM to 6:30PM. Please contact the Club if you would like to participate in this training. Nerang SC is in deep discussions to partner with a major European club, now is a great time for young players from the Coast to get involved with a progressive club.