The ‘Street skills’ sessions where Hudson-Odoi and Abraham honed their skills

Watching exciting young English talents such as Callum Hudson-Odoi and Jadon Sancho can really be quite something.

Both players have a host of skills and tricks up their sleeves as well as their ability to dribble with the ball.

But as well as their coaching from clubs at a young age, there is one thing these players plus the likes of Tammy Abraham, Reiss Nelson, Ryan Sessgnon, and Damerai Gray all have in common – they’ve all been a part of the Street skills sessions called FFDTV, as reported by The BBC.

It was setup by Dan Gayle in West London who began capturing the teenage prodigies on video as they honed their technique and skills.

He setup the social media video channel FFDTV, which he used to showcase a free-spirited style of football, with an emphasis on style and flair.

They have built up a great following with almost 25k followers on their Twitter account and have regular watchers.

They’re very proud of two of their recent and most impressive success stories here…

Something that has now turned into a family type community, started off with Gayle posting videos of his friends showboating on Instagram and before long the clips started to get traction, but the channel’s big break came when future stars Sancho and Hudson-Odoi started to go along.

Incredible story!

Chelsea News