Edu Rubio gave his thoughts on ProChance.
"This is a very unique project. For me, I feel any player should not only fight to represent to ProChance but fight to access the opportunities and support they provide"
"ProChance have exclusive use of St George's Park and have amazing contacts in the world of professional football and education. With ProChance you'll play and be watched by many professional clubs"
"It's a great recipe for success"
"The key for any player is to work hard everyday, maintain a good attitude, have patience and give everything you have to the process. That way you'll get your chance if you have the talent"
First Team Coach
Ian Burchnall talks about his career and how his path to becoming a manager in professional football has been far from the usual route. His route in to the professional game is shared by so many promising young footballers.
Ian provides some real inspiration to young footballers!
Assistant Manager at RSC Anderlecht [Belgium]
The 42-year-old has a longstanding friendship with ProChance head coach Liam Sutcliffe, whose project aims to give promising young players without professional clubs another chance of getting signed. Using their contacts and strong support network, ProChance can get talented players in front of key decision-makers with their regular showcase matches.
“I think it’s excellent,” says Richardson.
Former Manager at Wigan Athletic
Former assistant manager at Portsmouth FC and Chesterfield FC.
2021-22 EFL League One Manager of the Season
Winner of EFL League One and Two
Emyr Humphries speaks about how ProChance helps young players, his relationship with our head coach Liam Sutcliffe and how ProChance performs a role of an extra scouting arm for the Huddersfield Town Academy.
Head of Recruitment
Former Head of Academy Recruitment & Academy Manager at Huddersfield Town
What parents/guardians think
In the FourFourTwo magazine Marvin Grubb speaks about his sons journey! From Bristol Rovers to Step 4 to the championship with ProChance in the background all the way!
When Evander Grubb was shown the door by Bristol Rovers for being too small, he almost gave up playing - but ProChance helped him find a new club