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Who Planned Best For The Future In 2016/17

Who Planned Best For The Future In 2016/17

Which Premier League club gave their Under 23 players the most minutes during the season of 2016/17?

Despite their relegation, Sunderland's David Moyes showed the most faith in younger player in the season of 2016/17 giving a total of 12,657 minutes to under 23 aged players and Tottenham Hotspur came second in the table with Mauricio Pochettino handing out 12,098 minutes.

With them leading the way in sharing the top two amount of minutes to the next generation, Manchester United and Everton followed in third and fourth place with 10,774 and 10,367 minutes respectively and there was little between fifth placed Southampton and sixth place Arsenal with 9,908 and 9,089.

There is then a considerable drop off to Middlesbrough who gave out 7,893. With most clubs packed around the 4000-7000 margins of minutes, two clubs did handout less that Stoke City's 2,859.

The worst by far was Chelsea's Antonio Conte who only gave out 865 minutes to their youngsters, but surprisingly given the praise some of their youngsters have received, West Bromwich Albion's head coach Tony Pulis gave only 877 minutes of action to their next generation.

Source: Hertfordshire Mercury.

Club
Minutes
% Of Total
Sunderland
12,657
34
Tottenham Hotspur
12,089
32
Manchester United
10,774
29
Everton
10,367
28
Southampton
9,908
26
Arsenal
9,089
24
Middlesbrough
7,893
21
Manchester City
7,567
20
Hull City
6,837
18
West Ham United
6,797
18
Swansea City
6,587
18
Bournemouth
6,505
17
Leicester City
5,808
15
Liverpool
5,030
13
Crystal Palace
4,641
12
Burnley
4,199
11
Watford
3,438
9
Stoke City
2,859
8
West Bromich Albion
877
2
Chelsea
856
2


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Writer:Site Staff
Date:Tuesday June 13 2017
Time: 9:00AM

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