Partizan U-14, U-16 and U-18 teams all played against Crvena Zvezda this weekend. U-16`s won their Crvena Zvezda peers 4-1 away and took over leader`s spot at the standings while other two youth teams failed to get points against their bitter rivals.
Partizan U-18`s are top of the standings, eight points ahead of Crvena Zvezda youths and if remain top of the pile, U-18`s will take part on UEFA Youth League.
New edition of Partizan Kids YouTube show included youngsters Luka Tanasijevic, Mihajlo Isailovic, Marko Bebek and Ognjen Krajnovic engaging in new football challenges.
“We reveal how youths are physically preparing for what awaits them during the season, how players preps differ depending on the playing position and what`s necessary in individual training to avoid negative football development.
Trends of today suggest a need for full coaching staff around youths and physios are there too. We try to give a player arriving to the club everything he needs for his development process. However, there`s always space for additional work and advanced training, something that`s more than welcome in modern day football. What can pose a problem is lack of communication or coordination with the club. Moreover, it`s not good if you place additional work ahead of the most important training bit – work on the pitch. Only good communication and understanding what training process is can lead to a positive results”, said Partizan youth team physio Uros Djedovic.