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    DelijaZauvjek got a reaction from arampage in The New Players Thread   
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    Yes
    Partizan just moved him to youth team because he asked for too much money and they couldn't settle a professional contract
    Pantic has been captaining the youth side for years.
    Just watch his youtube video, kid is fantastic
    Serbia have a good chance to win the U19 again this upcoming year. We have some amazing talents coming through:
    Zivkovic
    Pantic
    Rajkovic
    Golubovic
    Milinkovic-Savic (one name ;
    Radonjic
    Belic
    Gacinovic
    Richairo Zivkovic (if he decides to play for us)
    Maksimovic
    Simic
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    DelijaZauvjek got a reaction from still_sylv in The New Players Thread   
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    Yes
    Partizan just moved him to youth team because he asked for too much money and they couldn't settle a professional contract
    Pantic has been captaining the youth side for years.
    Just watch his youtube video, kid is fantastic
    Serbia have a good chance to win the U19 again this upcoming year. We have some amazing talents coming through:
    Zivkovic
    Pantic
    Rajkovic
    Golubovic
    Milinkovic-Savic (one name ;
    Radonjic
    Belic
    Gacinovic
    Richairo Zivkovic (if he decides to play for us)
    Maksimovic
    Simic
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    DelijaZauvjek got a reaction from germlad in Richairo Zivkovic   
    Date of birth: 05.09.1996
    Age: 16
    Nationality: Netherlands/Serbia
    Position: Striker - Centre Forward
    Rating: 4.5/5


    He just made his debut for FC Groningen at the age of 16. He got to play the last 7 minutes of the game and was involved quote a bit for such a short period. He had two quality chances to score and made one incredible through pass that almost resulted in a goal. The boy has got talent. He's fairly strong and strides well with the ball. He's quick and mobile; however, he needs to work on his strength a lot.
    Manchester City were moments away from signing him (poaching) in November; however, FC Groningen said no way in hell are you stealing this one so they gave him a professional contract. I'm sure this debut game had something to do with a clause in his contract or a motivation booster. Nonetheless, the kid has talent and has been present in Holland's youth teams. He's got loads of potential. Now, time will only tell if his development continues or not. Definitely a must purchase once he is on the database.
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    DelijaZauvjek got a reaction from Sayam Khan in Filip Djuricic   
    Re: Filip Djuricic
    Beautiful goal he scored yesterday against Twente. He did a Zidane turn and chipped the ball over the goalkeeper. Here's the video:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WyYujwO-naQ
    He also scored a goal in a cup match a few days ago.
    The end is near for his Heerenveen days. I hope he finds the right club to transfer to as that will dictate his future.
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    DelijaZauvjek got a reaction from germlad in Matija Nastasic   
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    He won City's Player of the Month in November.
    Nice try dude.
    It's his first season in the EPL as a 19 year old starting and dominating for City as he is outshining last years best defender in EPL, Kompany.
    This kid is going to be world class in a couple seasons and I will be here laughing at you.
    Serbian or not, this kid just oozes class. I've never seen a 19 year old defender being so dominant at this age.
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    DelijaZauvjek got a reaction from garryc300 in Who will be the next best? Neymar, Gotze or Hazard?   
    Re: Who will be the next best? Neymar, Gotze or Hazard?
    I don't think any of them are the caliber of Messi or Ronaldo but they are unique in their own way.
    I like Gotze the most.
    The flashiest and closest to Messi and Ronaldo statistics wise will be Neymar but there will be a lot of baggage that comes with most ridiculously talented Brazilian players.
    Reus is a player of Gotze caliber and the same goes with Hazard. Those three are all on the same level whereas Neymar has the potential to be better than all 3 but that remains a mystery and hard to predict considering how "vibrant" (to put it in nicest possible way) those brazilians are
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    DelijaZauvjek got a reaction from The pocket rocket in Luka Stojanovic   
    The kid who captained the 94 generation of Partizan.
    The same generation that includes wonderkids like Lazar Markovic, Nikola Ninkovic, and Aleksandar Mitrovic. Yet, Luka Stojanovic wore the #10 jersey over them all and wore the captains armband.
    Honestly, I haven't seen much of him at all. Due to corruption at Partizan, they sold him before he even turned 18 or debuted for senior team. The club that bought him was Sporting from Portugal for a disclosed fee I think around 1,000,000 or so. Anyhow, since he left, he hasn't been called up to our NT because again our coaches and league and association is corrupt as only home grown players are called up, sadly.
    I guess he's been impressive at Sporting and is likely to make his debut soon.
    "He left great signs for a first game.
    Their input was essential to achieve the result stand.
    He cleaned everything in between campo.Sem fear of the corrupt.
    It was time to score a goal annulled evil and watch the Etock who came face to face with the networks of pigs."
    Google translated from Sporting forum
    I'd definitely get him as soon as he debuts as he has immense potential and there is mystery behind him.
    He's also Serbia's most capped U17 player of all time with an impressive 27 caps
    Makes you wonder how he didn't warrant a call up to the U19's or at least U18's corruption!
    Here's an impressive video of him:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m4qp_FZJ048&feature=related
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    DelijaZauvjek got a reaction from -JMH- in Filip Kostić - New Tadić/Krasić?   
    Re: Filip Kostić - New Tadić/Krasić?
    LOL And as I write that above yesterday, he made his debut today
    The coach must have been reading my posts
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    DelijaZauvjek got a reaction from Mr-Turk in Alen Halilovic - Mini Modric   
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    Sorry, it's too late for that
    The youngest player to play in the tournament is Anderlecht's Celestine Babayaro, against Steaua București on 23 November 1994, aged 16 years and 87 days. He was sent off in the 37th minute.
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    DelijaZauvjek got a reaction from Bornich in Alen Halilovic - Mini Modric   
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    He reminds me a lot of Suker with his finishing what a player that guys was
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    DelijaZauvjek got a reaction from germlad in Serbian Talents and Risers   
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    I thought i'd add on to this list of new talents from Serbia.
    We'll start off with the biggest talent from Serbia in a long time:
    His name is Matija Nastasic and he will rock your socks off
    Honestly, this kid is destined for world class. He is already one of the if not the most composed center back in the world at just the age of 19 it's really remarkable. The kid has been better than Kompany so far this season and Kompany was voted as the best central defender in the EPL last season. I think that says it all!
    Lazar Markovic- Has debuted for the A team and in the last game against Whales where Serbia smashed them 6-1, Markovic played a huge role at only the age of 18 this kid has shown he has a lot of potential. He can get you the goal or assist every once in a while but he does far more beyond that. He's truly special in that he opens up space for his teammates and always looks to create opportunities to score either for himself or for his teammates. His speed is incredible. His worth ethic is amazing. I think he's going to be a great player someday at an elite club. I do hope though that he makes steps by first going to a mediocre club in a top 5 league and then proving himself there and transferring to a top club. It's really the best way to go about after coming from the Serbian league.
    Ignjovski- Most people already know about him and know he's a top class talent. He hasn't played last couple of games for Werder Bremen due to one bad game during the opening of the season which is kind of harsh but I don't expect things to stay like that too long. The coach admires his work ethic and
    Ignjovski is always reliable in the fact that he gives 110% every game. His work ethic is unmatched. I've never seen a player run as much as he has throughout one game. He's a starting DM for Serbia and has done a brilliant job thus far. He's had more than a handful of games and he hasn't disappointed in any. In fact, he was MoM in many of these games just due to hard resilience.I think he's another player that everyone should have as I just don't see him failing as a player because his work ethic is just brilliant.
    Filip Djuricic- He's made quite a stride in the last two years. He was always an immense talent but he's become the leader of his club now in Holland and one of the best talents in all of Holland. Last season he finished with 10+ goals and 10+ assists which not too many players accomplished. If you check out his youtube video, I think you'll be amazed yourself. He's the ideal central midfield playmaker who likes to be given the freedom to roam. He's got a great shot, great finish, a KILLER through pass, he's flashy and fancy with his dribbling and he is very efficient. Djuricic is another player to me that is not likely to flop as he's taken all the proper steps to take his game to the next level. Either in the upcoming winter transfer or next summer, he's going to be transferring to a big club without a doubt. If you have him, don't let him go!
    Nikola Ninkovic- Nobody really knows about this kid but he has the potential to be better than any of the players I've mentioned bar Nastasic (but they are different category of players). Ninkovic is your typical attacking midfielder with a killer shot and I mean killer. If you want to see, check out some of his goals on youtube. He's a standard player for Partizan this season and the only reason why you hear more of L. Markovic is because Ninkovic suffered from mono last season aka kissing disease and was out for 6 + months which is when Markovic made a name for himself but previous to that Ninkovic was the captain in all youth categories and was considered a bigger talent than Lazar Markovic. Crazy, I know. Ninkovic isn't your typical attacking midfielder though. He's like a Lampard to describe him the best but with more technique and dribbling skills. Ninkovic has a killer touch and a composure about him that allows him to sail passed defenders like nothing. Honestly, he's the most exciting attacking talent that Serbia have. He also made the top 10 talents for the U19's European Championship on Eufa.com despite Serbia missing half of their starters.
    Next up is one of my favorite wingback talents in Europe and he just happens to be Serbian. He's the same age group as Markovic and Ninkovic and he just earned a transfer to Vitesse in Holland. His name is none other than Nikola Aksentijevic. Hard name to pronounce but a name you don't want to forget. He hasn't played much as he's adjusting to the new league but once he gets going you'll know about him soon. I'd definitely pick him up. On the pitch, he seems more like a winger than a wing back which will suit his game style well in Holland but rest assured his defense is just as well. He will constantly play through killer crosses and score goals from impossible positions. He loves to overlap and attack the goal. He's very very quick, agile, smart, composed, provides killer crosses and has a knack for scoring goals. In fact, he practically knocked out Germany from the U19's in group stages after his brilliant performance and goal which got him the transfer to Vitesse. Nevermind brilliant performances he's had for Partizan. MUST BUY.
    From one of the older players, I'd really like to add Dusan Tadic from Holland. He's arguably been one of the best players in Holland recently and he absolutely destroyed Whales for Serbia in the last game as he was involved in 4 out of the 6 goals scored which was amazing. His performance showcased his brilliance. He is a really really intelligent player. He always plays the right play and continues to find his teammates over and over again when you least expect it. He is currently the best assist maker in Holland and arguably one of the best players there. He'll be making his way to a top tier club very soon trust me on that one.
    Nikola Mitrovic is another player who just recently emerged. He's your typical center forward. He just finds a way to score those goals. He's got 6 goals and 3 assists in 12 game for Partizan and 4 goals in 6 games for Serbian U19's. He's the same age as Aksentijevic, Ninkovic and L. Markovic (I know this is an amazing group of talent). Mitrovic has quickly become one of Partizan's most prolific goal scorers and a lot more is expected of him. The only issue with Mitrovic and Ninkovic that I forgot to mention is that they are a little bit hot-headed. This may be a teenager hormonal issue but it's something to watch with the coming years. They can't let their ego get to them as they know they are worthy talents but most continue to show it and thus far they have been showing it brilliantly.
    Darko Lazovic plays for Red Star Belgrade and is a kid who to me has a lot more potential than he has been showing. This may seem like a negative thing but it's not it just means I have high hopes for him. Lazovic is currently estimated to be worth 10 million at the age of 22. He is currently the best player in Serbian league in many people's opinion and it's a matter of time that he leaves. He sort of reminds me of a Zoran Tosic-esque type of player. He's fast, is superb at set pieces, and has a brilliant outside shot. His dribbling and technique is also very high. I think he's got great potential but he does lack a bit of strength much like Tosic did in his early years which causes Lazovic to be thrown off the ball against bigger defenders but this is something he can easily change.
    Srdjan Mijailovic is another player from Red Star Belgrade that is viewed to be a big talent in Serbia. He's only 18 years old and has been a starter for his club for two years now. He's a defensive midfielder by nature but has played central defense for a while now for the club. He's a sturdy defender who has a great pass and can keep possession well. Sinisa Mihajlovic, Serbia's current NT coach, likes him a lot and at times has even started him for the A team which is quite surprising but appealing. I think he's got a good future ahead.
    Filip Mladenovic- I'm kind of iffy on putting him here as this kid was absolutely brilliant last year as a left back for Red Star Belgrade arguably one of the best players of the season for the club but this season he's started off slow and has now sort of picked up pace which is why I added him. I think he's got a lot of potential. He can be a liability on defense at times but he's learning to hone those skills. His offensive contribution is amazing. I don't put him on the same level as Aksentijevic but I think he has the potential to be a starter for a quality club in a top 5 league. He's definitely going to be a riser soon.
    Sasa Markovic a player Partizan played a lot of money for has finally emerged from his shell this season and has now regained his talk of being a top talent for Serbia. He's a CM/DM with a nack for goal scoring and dishing out assists. He's very composed in midfield and keeps the ball up well. I personally like him and think he can continue to rise. If he keeps this level of play up, a bigger club is bound to pick him up.
    There are a couple more players to add to the list but I would like to see them play a little more this season before I add them to this ongoing list.
    One player that EVERYONE should pick up is Luka Belic from OFK Belgrade in Serbia. Serbia's U17's just finished 1st in their group stages after scoring 16 goals in 3 games!! And allowing 0.
    The main reason was this kid Luka Belic who scored 5 goals in 3 games, and also dished out 3 assists. He is an amazing talent and last year at the age of 15 he made his debut for OFK making him the youngest Serbian debutant in over 40 years. He's a striker with a killer touch and loves to play the one-two with his teammates. He's very unselfish, strong, composed, and is a huge talent. There's not much if any talk about him yet but believe me by the end of the season everyone on here will know about him. He's a top class talent IMO.
    As I write this about him, the scary part is that he's not even the best player in the U17 squad
    It's a kid who is going to make his debut sometime this season (I'm sure about it) for Partizan Belgrade. He's an elite class talent of high proportion. A pure #10 with an insane outside shot. He's one of the biggest talents I've seen from Serbia in a long time. Ok here's his name: Andrija Zivkovic: don't forget you heard it here first
    During the group stages he scored 4 goals as well and an assist to add but he had many more opportunities as he hit the woodwork a couple times and was denied a hatrick in two of the games. He's a brilliant player and even featured last season for the U17's as a 15 year old and started. He will debut for Partizan this season no doubt about it. When he does, make sure to pick him up IMMEDIATELY as he will be a huge riser soon.
    That brings me to the last player of this generation and he is Nemanja Radonjic also from Partizan. He's your typical center-forward except he really knows how to bang in them goals. He's got an incredibly strong shot that sort of reminds me of Rooney. He's strong and a great poacher. He's really another goal scoring machine and he too will more than likely make his debut for Partizan late in the season possibly in April or so. He also scored 4 goals in those 3 games.
    These are three players that I would most definitely pick up. Their recent results speak for itself. Belic should be on the database already and if I was you i'd pick him up immediately he's a +10 potential riser soon once he gets going in the league.
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    DelijaZauvjek got a reaction from Gizb in Serbian Talents and Risers   
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    DelijaZauvjek got a reaction from Bornich in Radosav Petrovic   
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    Also surprised that nobody has talked about this fella.
    Has 5 caps for the Serbian National Team already. In our last friendly against Algeria he was one of our best players. Created many chances and was doing an excellent job distributing the ball. Was involved in one of the goals we scored by running half a field and then making a beautiful through pass.
    He's currently a player of Partizan but many EPL and Liege1 clubs are after his signature. He's most definitely in the mid 80's especially since he's been playing for our NT. He's made quite improvement since first signing for Partizan
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    DelijaZauvjek got a reaction from Guanaco in Filip Djuricic   
    I guess Ajax and PSV are trying hard to sign 16 year old Serbian Wonderkid Filip Djuricic. I've heard that this guy is the biggest talent to ever come out of Serbia. Olympiacos stole him from Red Star but know Ajax is trying to get him and I would rather have him go there because they will know what to do with him. I found this article on a Dutch website but I went to Google translator and translated it to English. The translation isn't all that great though but I'm sure you'll understand it.
    Here's the article:
    Ajax keeps Serb youth in the international eye
    21/09/2008 12:45
    Ajax is interested in Filip Djuricic. Scout Gerrie Mühren looked last Thursday in Belgrade the Serbian youth international during an international match in Serbia and Greece Under-17 Under-17.
    Djuricic is a sixteen-year-old talent. His agent, Jovica Radonjic, confirms the interest in the Volkskrant. "I want him as soon as possible to Ajax goes."
    Radonjic is a well-known in Ajax, because the Serbian agency also represents the interests of Miralem SULEJMANI
    Source: VI.nl
    Attorney wants Djuricic (16) quickly to Ajax
    The agent of Filip Djuricic, Jovica Radonjic, confirms the interest of Ajax in his young client. The interests want the 16-year-old talent as quickly as possible to the Amsterdammers performance.
    That says Radonjic, also agent of Ajax-peak Miralem SULEJMANI, Sunday in De Volkskrant. "I want him as soon as possible to Ajax goes."
    The player was Radnički Obrenavac Thursday by scout Gerrie Mühren viewed during the international match between Serbia youth under seventeen and the peers of Greece.
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    DelijaZauvjek got a reaction from Bornich in Nemanja Tomic   
    Re: Nemanja Tomic
    Much like Partizan, Tomic hasn't had a good season.
    He's quite selfish with the ball, despite his brilliant vision and passing skills. However, he tries to dribble to much instead of a simple pass.
    In other words, he needs to stop being so flashy and become more technical if he wants to become a solid player in the future. The kid definitely has some potential though.
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    DelijaZauvjek got a reaction from backy in Nemanja Bilbija   
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    Agreed!
    Keep us updated! I'd like to see how he develops
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    DelijaZauvjek got a reaction from Bowen in Alen Stevanovic Inter Milan Starlet Dubbed Next Zidane!   
    Over the last few years, Dejan Stankovic and also Sinisa Mihajlovic opened Inter’s door to Serbian players. They recommended few talented players from this Balkan country famous for excellent results in youth categories. It is less known that Sinisa Mihajlovic spent time convincing Moratti to bring Branislav Ivanovic back when he was at the target of English clubs. Italians hesitated and later on the price on Ivanovic in Lokomotiv Moscow grew to the one only Chelsea could pay.
    Now, Inter are determined not to make the same mistake again. They reacted on the scouts’ warnings so one of Europe’s most talented young players, Alen Stevanovic might just sign for Italian champions. Stevanovic is a Serb, but he is the son of Swiss immigrant. He is an 18-year old, raised in Zurich,who can play as offensive midfielder or even as a second striker. A season and a half ago, he caught the eye of Torino and Sampdoria scouting but he was determined to refuse, being that he believed he will end up in the big club. Obviously, Stevanovic was well aware of his quality as he is already in Inter sports centre Appiano Gentile and the way things are now, the club is very interested in hiring him. He drew a lot of attention and Jose Mourinho himself, at first suspicious about the scouting reports, is now impressed with what he saw.
    Stevanovic is compared to Zidane in Switzerland; he went through youth national teams in Switzerland that has in the last ten years been a real talent factory. It is usually the second generation of foreign workers that saw their big opportunity in football. They combined hard working in youth squads with extraordinary talent.
    Inter counts on Dejan Stankovic to help him fit in, and Stevanovic will probably spent the second part of the season gaining experience on loan in some of Serie B clubs.


    Inter Youngster Alen Stevanovic Hoping For First Team Chance
    The midfielder believes in his own qualities and is ready to grace the Nerazzurri's senior side...


    Young Inter attacking midfielder Alen Stevanovic, who is currently playing with the Primavera, is not hiding his desire and ambition to play for the first team this season.
    His aim is to one day reach the level of his three main football idols: Zinedine Zidane, Ronaldinho and Zlatan Ibrahimovic. For this reason, he has vowed to work hard to achieve his goal and impress everyone, starting from this season.
    Stevanovic has a lot of respect for coach Jose Mourinho and is therefore hoping that the former Chelsea mentor will call him up soon.
    "I only say one thing: for me, Mourinho is undoubtedly the number one," declared the young player to fcinternews.it.
    "Last season served me to acclimatise myself, it's normal. For me, everything was new, but now I'm ready to play like I know how to.
    "I must do so and I'm convinced that eventually the coach will call me up."
    Stevanovic will be a player to keep an eye on for the future as Inter’s youth system continues to churn out potential superstars.
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    DelijaZauvjek got a reaction from Soccahappy in Adem Ljajic - U17 Serbian Star.   
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    DelijaZauvjek got a reaction from Bornich in Andrej Kramaric<---New Davor Suker   
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    Looks like a great prospect nice find.
    I would wait a bit before proclaiming him the next Suker..Cuz Suker was a Croatian/Real Madrid legend
    Not to mention this kid looks much better as an attacking midfielder..
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    DelijaZauvjek got a reaction from Soccahappy in Nemanja Tomic   
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    He's quite the playmaker.
    He's extremely intelligent as well. There was a moment where he was in the box against 3-4 defenders and instead of doing a panic pass or shot, he just passed the ball back to the midfielders to try to create a new attack.
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    DelijaZauvjek got a reaction from Millwall Dixson in The Future Stars (2009+)   
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    Adem Ljajic.
    Edin Hazard.
    Danijel Aleksic.
    Miralem Pjanic.
    Yanis Tafer.
    Henry Saivet.
    Bojan Krkic.
    Marko Marin.
    Toni Kroos.
    Jack Wilshere.
    Filip Djuricic.
    Aaron Ramsey.
    Jack Rodwell.
    Sortiris Ninis.
    Aleksandar Ignjovski.
    Darko Lazovic.
    Aleksandar Miljkovic.
    Andrej Mrkela.
    Gai Assulin.
    Lago.
    Thiago.
    Dentra.
    Paloschi.
    Papapoloudus.
    Nemanja Milic.
    Ticinovic.
    Badelj.
    Delac.
    Santon.
    Opare.
    Douglas Costa.
    Coutinho.
    Neymar.
    Keko.
    Kiko.
    Pacheo.
    Pukki.
    Aleksandar Dragovic.
    Just off the top of my head. Maybe if I researched more it would be easier.
    I'll be able to name more after watch the U-19 tournament
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    DelijaZauvjek got a reaction from Tom Erdenay in Aleskandar Pesic A-team player as a 15 year old!!   
    Here's a talented kid for ya
    http://www.transfermarkt.de/de/spiel...ic/profil.html
    His name is Aleksandar Pesic and plays for a Greek clubs called OFI Kreta. Pretty impressive for a 16 year old to play for a 1st division Greek club. He turned 16 about 5 moths ago and according to transfermark, he's valued at 200,000.
    I found him on football manager 09 and he's worth about 3 million euros as a 16 year old! haha
    Also, not to mention is that last year as a 15 year old!! He played in the Holland Jupiler leauge for an A team and started a few games. Amazing! Only other players that have done that are Sergio Aguero and Danijel Aleksic..that I know of
    Once again Serbia's scouting is horrible since this 92 generation wasn't in our U-17 this year..but he will be when I call up the Serbian FA =)
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    DelijaZauvjek got a reaction from Monty in Aleskandar Pesic A-team player as a 15 year old!!   
    Here's a talented kid for ya
    http://www.transfermarkt.de/de/spiel...ic/profil.html
    His name is Aleksandar Pesic and plays for a Greek clubs called OFI Kreta. Pretty impressive for a 16 year old to play for a 1st division Greek club. He turned 16 about 5 moths ago and according to transfermark, he's valued at 200,000.
    I found him on football manager 09 and he's worth about 3 million euros as a 16 year old! haha
    Also, not to mention is that last year as a 15 year old!! He played in the Holland Jupiler leauge for an A team and started a few games. Amazing! Only other players that have done that are Sergio Aguero and Danijel Aleksic..that I know of
    Once again Serbia's scouting is horrible since this 92 generation wasn't in our U-17 this year..but he will be when I call up the Serbian FA =)
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