Sometimes something’s got to happen before something is going to happen. (Johan Cruijff)
What do Nicolò Zaniolo, Gianluigi Donnarumma, Frenkie De Jong have in common with Rey Volpato, Kerlon and Gai Assulin? They are all football players who grew in high-level young professional leagues. The difference is in the way their career developed after they reached maturity in the sport. The first three were already successful as players, whereas the last three have probably faded into oblivion nowadays.
In this day and age, what is new today will be old tomorrow. And from this point of view, football and technology are closer than they seem Born out of the collaboration between men of the field and IT experts, the Footure Lab project chose to focus its energy on the analysis of all elements that will shape the future of the most beloved game in the world.
Our mission is to go past first impressions and sensations in an area where haste and mood influence everything. The domain of young player is the most affected, and not always in a positive way; therefore, the main target of Footure Lab has to be the Next-Generation. The services we offer are not meant to replace the instincts and skills of professionals, but to evolve with them and become a support tool able to reinforce established truths and create new ideas.
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