Our woman standard is this bad?..that should make them.play against the u14 boys for practise..
U-14 boys would beat them...
But then again ,U-14 boys have a full time coach , an academy , train every day etc etc..
Women footballers have jobs, no full time coach or league or training....
btw the U-14 to U-16 boys are the best footballers in India, pound for pound a lot better than the National senior mens team
> gaffertape said:
> U-14 boys would beat them...
> But then again ,U-14 boys have a full time coach , an academy , train every day etc etc..
> Women footballers have jobs, no full time coach or league or training....
> btw the U-14 to U-16 boys are the best footballers in India, pound for pound a lot better than the National senior mens team
I think the point I was making was the U-14 boys would beat the womens National team , as per @silicon3 post..
Relative to their age the U-14 & U-16 groups are very good.
I saw the U-16's at Dallas Cup a few years ago, and they did very well against some very good teams....
Saw the U-14/15's at Navi Mumbai , and having seen Indian youth in the past , there are some seriously technically gifted players here.
Never did I say the U-14's or 16's would beat the mens senior team !!
Relative to his age , Uttam is a lot better than Sunil ...fact...
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COME ON GIRLS THERE'S ALLWAYS A NEXT TIME,WORK HARD FOR THE NEXT TIME <:-P
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