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Owls Outraged

Sheffield Wednesday’s academy has formed a partnership with the Kalamazoo Outrage to create new opportunities for young players at both clubs. The Kalamazoo Outrage is a new club founded in 2007 and will compete in the Premier Development League (the fourth tier of men’s soccer in the US). The Wednesday academy is also pursuing possible tie-ups with a club in Vancouver, Canada while former Owl Juan Cobain is looking at a similar set up with a club in Argentina.

This sort of partnership will only help North American soccer move forward and I hope there are more of these setups put in place in the near future.

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2 Responses to Owls Outraged

  1. ddtigers says:

    This is great, I was looking for a team to Support in the Championship. I live in Kalamazoo MI.Now I have a real 'home team', make me an Owl!

  2. ddtigers says:

    This is great, I was looking for a team to Support in the Championship. I live in Kalamazoo MI.Now I have a real ‘home team’, make me an Owl!

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