We are all still hurting after Thursday's shambolic performance. The season showed signs of promised, yet faltered towards the end. Many of us as Gooners are saying things which we do mean, supplemented by things which we do not mean with regard to our manager and players. A common solution posed on these forums to combat our uninspiring football, lack of passion and perceived lack of money to spend in the transfer market appears to be to give youth much more of a chance in our first team. I understand the theories behind it: At least youngsters will show hunger; young players will be prepared to take risks; we have youngsters who are being courted by other teams; England has some of the best young talent in Europe; look at what Dortmund and Ajax have done with young talent both locally produced and imported; it can't be any worse than it is now! the last thought is a fallacy but let's go with it anyway! My questions are, would you be happy to see youth being given more of a chance next year? Where do you see our potential short and long-term stars amongst our academy? Who within the current set of young player do you wish to see knocking on the first team door next year and why? And would you be happy to spend a year (or 2) building? Youth is subjective, so I'm going to suggest players under the age of 23 without a huge profile so not your Mbappe, Sancho and Dembele' of this world.