For years, non-league football clubs have spoken about the need to engage with youngsters and the desire to nurture young players. The future of a football club is the youth of today, we are told. But the message doesn’t get through that often. Just look at the average non-league crowd and at some clubs, there is an alarming lack of fresh-faced supporters. Want a litmus test? Go for a pee at half-time and see how crowded the mens’ toilet is. The fact is, the average age of most non-league crowds is over 50. The average age of a Football League crowd is arguably 10-15 years younger. Are we kidding ourselves? Yes, we all want to nurture youth, want to reach out to all segments…