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Central Scouting Services In Ukraine Scouting Six Different Countries U15’s

Central Scouting Services is the world wide leader in scouting information, player data collection and distribution, and performance testing services.

Collecting data and scouting information means you must go where the players are, no matter where that may be.  Novoyavorivsk Ukraine just happened to be this weekends destination.

With some of the top U15 players from Latvia, Slovakia, Poland, Serbia, Belarus and Ukraine in one building, it was simply an event not to be missed.

“We will go just about anywhere to collect data, and educate players, parents and league officials on the competitive advantages of performance testing and player development.”  Said Tim Taylor Executive Director

“With offices in Europe, we are usually the only scouting presence throughout the season unless it is a major event featuring national teams.  We don’t just focus on the national programs, we are there all season with all programs.  Its one of the reasons we are the source for scouting and performance testing information for so many organizations.”

Central Scouting Services will begin performance testing across Europe next month after having reached agreements with several organizations to implement its protocols at all levels within their organizations.

“Setting the standard for performance testing and player analysis on a global level is what the top organizations in the world have asked of us.”  Said Jason Nyhof Director of Performance Testing  “If you want to compete with the best, you need to understand what makes them the best, and how you can train to eliminate your own deficiencies that are keeping you from reaching the highest levels.”

Central Scouting Services has opened registration for its North America Combines as well as its European Junior and Pro Combines.  For more information visit https://centralscoutingservices.com

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