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Joga Futsal start 2019 in style with tournament win in Italy

  Joga Futsal Club in Glasgow began their 2019 in some style, winning the The U13 Fenice Venezia F5 Futsal Cup in Venice. &n...

Stephen McManus | The sky is the limit for Motherwell youngsters

Stephen McManus believes Motherwell have done all the right things to deliver a successful youth academy. McManus was part of the Scotland...

David James | Timing the key to youth success

Former England goalkeeper David James believes that money has its pros and cons for youth development, but thinks the modern game allows young...

GoFitba project receives positive interim report

  The GoFitba project, established by the Scottish Football Partnership Trust, has received glowing reviews from parents, coaches and...

Scottish FA Youth Cup - Quarter Final draw 2018/19

  The draw for the quarter finals of the Scottish FA Youth Cup has been made at Hampden.   The draw will see holders Hib...

  • Joga Futsal start 2019 in style with tournament win in Italy

  • Stephen McManus | The sky is the limit for Motherwell youngsters

  • David James | Timing the key to youth success

  • GoFitba project receives positive interim report

  • Scottish FA Youth Cup - Quarter Final draw 2018/19

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Suzanne Grant has played 80 times for Scotland, making her debut when only 16, in which she scored twice against Northern Ireland. High goalscoring spells at Glasgow City and then Hibernian were followed by a move to Arsenal in February 2009 as Suzanne relaced the legendary Kelly Smith on her move to the US.
 
At Arsenal, Suzanne kept up a goal a game record . She scored on her debut Premier League Cup Final. She also played in the FA Women's Cup winning side and in May 2009 she scored the only goal of the game against Everton that clinched the Premier League title for Arsenal.
 
Then followed a move back North to Celtic, where Suzanne has scored over 80 goals for the Hoops in her two seasons. She has now joined up with English outfit Keynsham Town.
 
Now she answers five questions on his youth career for YFS...
 


1. Which clubs did you play for in your youth career?
Ross County & Inverness Caledonian Thistle.
 
2. Who were the best players you played with and against during your youth career?
Best player I played with during my youth career would be my twin sister Shelley
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3. Who were your role models as a young player?
I loved watching Jorg Albertz and Brian Laudrup play growing up.
 
4. Who was your favourite coach at youth level?
Sandy Corcoran, he is currently Inverness Ladies manager he was a great coach and has a lot to do with the player I am today.
 
5. If you had one piece of advice to today’s generation of youth football players, what would it be?
Just to enjoy it, train and work hard, live your life right off the pitch as well as on it and never give up on your dream.