Newcastle United’s new policy of signing emerging young talent is starting to show some results.
Dennis Wise – Newcastle’s Director of Football is a busy man
Dennis Wise is the man charged with overall recruitment at the club, and that also includes the youngsters as well as the older players.
The latest youngster being offered a trial at the club is a Bulgarian 16-year-old.
Newcastle started their youth recruitment policy in earnest last January when they signed 5 top youngsters at the club.
They were Swede Ole Solderburg, Hungarian Tamaz Kadar, Englishman Ben Tozer, Frenchman Wesley Baheng and Italian Fabio Zamblera.
And now Bulgarian defender Georgy Terziev is the latest to have an opportunity at the club and he is already training at the club, so the Newcastle management can take a look at him.
Georgy joined the Magpies today, after being granted permission by his Bulgarian club. Nafteks, to spend the week with the Premier League club.
This will be Terziev’s second stint on Tyneside, as he has already trained at the club back in April.
Although we still haven’t signed top 15 year old English youngster Aaron Spear yet, we still expect Aaron to arrive on Tyneside before the end of August.
He’s already said Newcastle are the club he wants to join.
His mother, Caroline, has also visited the Newcastle United facilities, to check things over, and seemed extremely impressed, and was satisfied the club would take good care of her son.
The Youth policy that owner Mike Ashley and former Chairman Chris Mort put in place, certainly seems in full swing now, and we think it’s an excellent policy the club are pursuing.
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