But Andrew Carleton wasn't actually at Georgia United for that long. Somebody can correct me if I'm wrong, but Carleton had moved to Georgia United for the 2015/2016 DA season. He had been at a couple of other clubs prior to that (UFA and SSA). And I think much of that time he was at Bradenton anyway. He actually played very few games total for Georgia United. Then he signed a homegrown deal in late 2016. [Maybe there's more to it than that. Other merges between some of those youth clubs.] And that's fine. He was at Georgia United long enough to then qualify as a homegrown player for Atlanta United. That's all that matters. All I'm implying is that when we say Atlanta United had a youth structure in place prior to their first team starting.............that's true. But Carleton wasn't really a part of it. We can go in circles trying to find out what the problem was. People can complain about how Atlanta United didn't have a plan. That's fair. Well, the primary goals of an MLS club are to win trophies and be productive businesses. Check and check. Atlanta United can only be described as a colossal success so far. The fact that Andrew Carleton didn't work out for them is a blip on their radar. Like a youngster not developing or working out for Tigres in Mexico. Happens all the time. They win a bunch of trophies, so it really doesn't matter to their fans. Lose...................and then there's pressure on leadership regarding young players not developing.