Youngsters are at the frontlines of FC Dallas

Oscar Parejo is doing an impressive job in charge of FC Dallas as he has constructed a young squad that has been able to do a number of impressive feats including winning the U.S. Open Cup and snatching the top spots of the Western Conference as FC Dallas is the only club that is competing against Colorado Rapids for the 1rst spot of the MLS.

The average age in the squad of Oscar Parejo is 26 years which means that he has a fairly young team that have been able to collect points and secure positive results against just about every other team in the league.

FC Dallas has one of the most developed youth academy programs in the MLS and it has been giving them positive effects as there are a consistent amount of rising stars that are able to snatch a spot in the first team instead of being offloaded on loan deals to other clubs.

What clubs usually do to their young players is offload them to other squads where they have a better chance of getting time in the first team but FC Dallas take the risk of giving their youngsters time on the playing grounds and it has been obviously paying off.

Before Oscar Parejo became the head coach of FC Dallas, he was director and coach of their own youth system, so he has a very close relationship with their youngsters and knows exactly how it works, this is one of the reasons of why he appears to be confident in the performers that emerge from the youth academy as he has worked extensively with them beforehand.

On September 14 of the ongoing year, FC Dallas faced off with New England Revolution in the finals of the U.S. Open Cup and came out on top with a 4-2 triumph and this marks the successful season that Oscar Parejoand his team has been going through. A few more pieces of silverware might be secured depending on how Parejo’ssquad perform in their final matches of the season and if they can surpass Colorado Rapids for the top spot of the MLS.