The EPPP was initiated in season 2012/2013 and was implemented in order to push-forward the development of Home Grown Players through the exposure of these athletes towards a competitive and interesting competition such as the Under-21 and Under-18 PL. The EPPP was developed and agreed by all partners: The PL and its clubs, the Football League (FL), the Football Association (FA) and other key stakeholders. It was created based on six principals, which were: “increase the number and quality of Home Grown players gaining professional contracts in the clubs and playing first-team football at the highest level, create more time for players to play and be coached, improve coaching provision, implement a system of effective measurement and quality assurance, positively influence strategic investment into the Academy System, seek to implement significant gains in every aspect of player development” .
With the EPPP, 340million pounds in funding will be spread out for four years with the commitment towards youth development across all four leagues. Competitions were created to replicate the PL in a youth elite environment and came ...
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Rory Smith, “EPPP: More questions than answers”, http://espnfc.com/feature/_/id/1576711/eppp-more-questions-answers?cc=5739, October 8 2013, Accessed November 2013
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