Football: Placing faith in home-grown talent is the way forward for Valencia, says club president Anil Murthy

Spanish LaLiga club Valencia are aiming to keep faith in their youth for future success, as they look back to celebrate their centenary on March 18, 2019.
Spanish LaLiga club Valencia are aiming to keep faith in their youth for future success, as they look back to celebrate their centenary on March 18, 2019.PHOTO: TWITTER/ANIL MURTHY
Club president Anil Murthy said the reason for Valencia's recent stability is down to the "solid corporate culture at the club with a team of strong professionals".
Club president Anil Murthy said the reason for Valencia's recent stability is down to the "solid corporate culture at the club with a team of strong professionals".PHOTO: TWITTER/ANIL MURTHY

Team have stabilised after upheaval and performances improved even without big names

SINGAPORE - They have splashed the cash for the likes of Rodrigo, Alvaro Negredo and Aymen Abdennour in recent years, with varying levels of success on the pitch.

While player transfer fees worldwide are spiralling towards eye-bulging numbers, Spanish LaLiga club Valencia are aiming to keep faith in their youth for future success, as they look back to celebrate their centenary next Monday.

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