The front office staff, including President Darren Eales and Technical Director Carlos Bocanegra, stopped by the training site today and took a few pics.
Proposal shows 6 fields with what looks like team facilities in red. 32 acres. pic.twitter.com/YRzNBWKoVb— Dirty South Soccer (@DirtySouthSoc) November 11, 2015
The training facility, expected to cost up to $40M, will include space for six full-sized fields, offices, and training rooms for both the first team and the academy players.
Late last month, it was rumored that Atlanta United FC are expected to hire Richard Money as the youth academy director. Money will likely oversee all operations at the facility upon its completion and hopefully fulfill technical director Carlos Bocanegra's ambition for the academy to be one of the best in the world. Money has experience in roles across Europe and Australia including Manchester City, Aston Villa, Coventry City and Newcastle United.