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Man City’s new-look youth team are surprising coaches with useful Champions League trait

Manchester City haven’t had much luck in the UEFA Youth League in recent seasons, but their head coach has spotted a new hunger in the academy that could bode well this year.

City haven’t passed the group stage since 2018, although one of those years saw the competition cancelled, and the Blues’ best crop of academy talents have passed through the under-19s and under-23s without making a mark on the biggest club tournament in Europe.

This season though, even without the likes of Cole Palmer, James McAtee, Liam Delap or Tommy Doyle, the youngsters at City are looking to use the Youth League as a competition to show they are as good as the players who have gone before them.

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