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  1. Re: ScOuT'S Top 100 Hot Prospects!
  2. Re: Miralem Pjanić :D who said it would be lyon:D
  3. Re: Help With Deal(s) Thread... depending on who you have to replace him, or who you can buy in, that is a good deal for you.
  4. Jeroen Zoet Currently playing at PSV in their youth side A1, he was born on the 6th January 1991, he also was the Dutch Keeper at the recent U-17 UEFA Championship. After doing my thread on that tournament he was the stand out keeper by far and deserved his own thread. He was also listed on the top 10 players of the tournament. Netherlands coach Albert Stuivenberg singled goalkeeper Zoet out for praise after his performances in the tournament. After being an unused squad member at the finals a year ago, Zoet stepped up and took his chance. An absolute stand out player for the Netherlands, pulling of some amazing saves and almost individually getting them through to the semi-finals with some game savers against Serbia. Defiantly the best keeper of the tournament. This makes him one to watch out for in the future! Not on DB
  5. Re: Pereira RAFAEL CARIOCA - Grêmio the brazilian ratings were never cancelled, the official line from SM is that due to only 3 games being played in the Brazilian season it is to see to raise/decrease any players. And another point, he does look like a very good prospect, but even if he is rated this week there is no way after 3 games he will go up to 80. It is to big a rise for to few games. It is more likely as you said to gain a large rating increase next time round rather than this time. rep from me though:p
  6. Re: YouTube Videos GHANA we need H haha watch this video its pretty good. Not as good as the chelsea fan i posted but its still pretty good enjoy.
  7. Re: Abdülkadir Kayalı - U17 turkish talent
  8. Bartosz Salamon Is a polish midfielder, who made his debut at the beginning of this month for Brescia in Seria B. He was born on May 1, 1991 aso he made his debut two days after his 17th birthday. He has already been likend to former Brescia star Marek Hamsik who was one of the best midfielders in Seria A this year. There have been a few big clubs already linked to this kid, namely Real Madrid Real have been following Salamon since he began winning admirers playing for Lech Poznan's junior teams in Poland. The midfielder only moved to Brescia last summer, but has impressed Real observers by how quickly he has adapted to life in Italy. Now on DB. Bartosz SALAMON Real Club: Brescia Age: 17 years old Born: 1 May 1991 Nationality: Polish Position: Central Midfield (CM) Foot: Right Rating: 71
  9. Re: WESLEY Lopes Beltrame yeah there was a notice somewhere about it all being pushed back a week.
  10. Re: Mourinho Takes Over At Inter – Report
  11. Re: Help With Deal(s) Thread... Yeah Sagna would be my choice, i was shocked when he didnt rise to at least 92 last changes. Oh well he has been performing great and will hopefully have another great season.
  12. Re: Mourinho Takes Over At Inter – Report Yeah i read that info yesterday somewhere might have been goal.com. it is interesting news but will wait until and official Inter report till its 100% confirmed.
  13. Re: Football World Records Haha funny story, it was actually Australia:D :D Australia used to play in the Oceania qualifying for the World Cup and in that we had to play like teams from island in the pacific with only tiny populations. I think it was like samoa or something like that. EDIT: It was against American Samoa in 2001
  14. NOTE: I have already talked about this player in the U-17 UEFA thread. This is a player who i thought deserved his own thread. Abdülkadir Kayalı This kid is the captain of the U-17 Turkish team, he was born on 31 October 1991. He plays in the CM position for both club and country. He has already made his debut for his side MKE Ankaragücü against Kasımpaşa SK in the Turkish Super Lig. He had a trial at Manchester City last year and impressed, but due to being under 16 at the time a deal was not done. During the recent U-17 UEFA finals tournament, Kayali starred for the host nation being a maestro in the midfield. He also scored a long range strike against France in knockout stage. Kayali is one of those players that is a few steps ahead of his team mates which can get frustrating when he provides the perfect through ball only for know one to have read the game the way he can. He was listed as one of the Top 10 players of the Tournament, and having already made his debut this seasons for his club, he should defiantly get some more game time next season, but now is the time to buy him while he is cheap. On the DB Age: 17 years old Born: 30 January 1991 Nationality: Turkish Position: Central Midfield (CM) Foot: Right Rating: 72
  15. Re: U-17 UEFA Championship So there you go guys, a full wrap up of the U-17 Uefa finals Tournament. Hope you all enjoyed it.
  16. Re: U-17 UEFA Championship Spain Team Ruben Molero Cortes Ok I admit it! I have absolutely no idea why this kid didn’t play. Defiantly a very good played at Real Madrid youth level, so I cant provide a summary of how he played because he didn’t play!?! Not on DB Thiago Alcantara (my pick as player of the tournament) Wasn’t the star in the final but for me was player of the tournament. Currently playing at Barcelona has him playing at club level with a number of future stars, eg Gai Assulin, which cant hurt how you play. Was brilliant throughout the tournament playing all five games and scoring 3 times, twice to equal against france in the group phase and also converted a penalty in the final. Produced some amazing runs and passes that has seen him compared to Messi. Having already played in the first team at Barcelona coming on as a sub for Xavi (but in a tournament not acknowledged by SM the Copa de Catalunya) we should see him make an appearance next season hopefully. Sublime player with immense talent and a great future. Not on DB U-17 Championship Rating 9/10 Daniel Pacheco Unfortunately another player who had to pull out through injury before the tournament started. From what I have seen of him, he is a class finisher and has been put in the same mould as Thiago. So hopefully we will see him in future tournaments. Not on DB. Ruben Rochina Coming from Barcelona along with teammate Thiago, he also had a big reputation as a talent. Played in four out of the five games, he was suspended for the first game. Though his suspension and Pacheco’s absence gave Sergi a run into the team for the first time. Ruben came on as a sub just after half time vs Ireland to score the opening two goals and show what he can do. The coach did prefer to play Sergi at times over Ruben but when Ruben got his chances he showed he is a clear player of the future for Barcelona and Spain. Not on DB U-17 Championship Rating 8/10 Sergi After being called into the team at short notice the Valencia player he preformed wonderfully appearing in 3 out of the 5 games played scoring 3 goals. Quick on his feet and his a real goal poacher having the knack to be in the right place at the right time to knock the ball in. Does not have the flair the other Spanish attackers have but gets the job done. Spain would not have reached the finals if it wasn’t for Sergi. Not on DB U-17 Championship Rating 7.5/10 KEKO The Atletico winger Keko was undoubtedly the man of the match in the final. His performances up until the final at been good and solid but not superb. In the final was absolutely outstanding showing all the tricks in the book, scoring one assisting in two he was unstoppable on the night. Maybe like Camacho this season, Keko will get a chance in next seasons first team. Not on DB U-17 Championship Rating 9/10 Pulido Also coming from Atletico, Pulido played in the defence and played all five games of the finals. He even scored to crucial goals to help Spain progress some tough games. Was solid at the back and kept things extremely tight and well run. Do we have another Puyol in the making? Not on DB U-17 Championship Rating 8.5/10
  17. Re: U-17 UEFA Championship France Team Enzo Reale Played all 5 games for the French side, a solid player for them in the midfield, showed he has a lot of potential with great passing and reading of the game. Was a step above the opposing players in their early games but was dominated by Thiago and Keko in the final. Not on DB U-17 Championship Rating 7/10 Gael Kakuta Coming into the tournament as one to the big name French players he showed class in this tournament. Playing his club football in the Chelsea youth team I read somewhere that he wasn’t happy at Chelsea because after some great performances for the youth side and in the French U-17 team they still have yet to offer him a professional contract. Anyway that is news for another day. In this tournament he played all five games and was a leader on the field, great dribbiling and played some awesome through balls linking up so well with Grenier. Not on DB U-17 Championship Rating 7.5/10 Gueida Fofana Playing in the central of defence, the captain of the French team lead his players well. Was solid throughout the first rounds, but just couldn’t not stop Keko in the final. A decent player who has a good future ahead of him, can read the game well and his good in the air. Not on DB U-17 Championship Rating 7/10 Clément Grenier Playing all five games on the right wing on the French team, he is defiantly an attacking minded winger. Apparently along with Tafer both have signed professional contracts at Lyon to stop either of them moving away just yet. Labbled before the tournament as ‘the new kaka’ he had a big name to live up to. He showed skill, but not enough to be group with players like Bojan. Great speed on the wing beat many a player during the tournament with flashes of creativity. He also managed to score one goal with some fine finishing skills shown. Not on DB U-17 Championship 7.5/10 Yannis Tafer (GOLDEN BOOT WINNER) A class player in a pretty decent team. Tafer was the golden boot winner scoring four goals in five games. He was provided with a lot of opportuinites due to creativity of Grenier and Kakuta. He played in all five matches up front of the French side, he came into the tournament as a relative unknown player in the side. His performances during the tournament have now made him one to watch in the coming years, with great positioning and finishing. Maybe he can replicate what Benzema has done with Lyon. Not on DB U-17 Championship Rating 9/10 Alexandre Lacazette After he scored the winner in the final minute for the French side in the opening game, he appeared in another 3 games. So he played in 4 out of 5 games during the tournament. Mainly playing as a sub he earned the title super-sub after his performance against Ireland. Has good pace and finishing but needs more time to develop to become a higher class player. Not on DB U-17 Championship Rating 7/10
  18. Re: U-17 UEFA Championship Netherlands Jeffrey Bruma Again this is another player that we didn’t get to see in action after pulling out through injury. After playing nearly the qualifiers this is maybe why the Netherlands faulted at the back on occasions. He will no doubt play in future Netherlands youth teams. Geoffrey Castillion After scoring 7 goals in just 6 games through the qualifying rounds, there was much expected from Castillion. In the finals however it was a mixed showing, with at times utter brilliance with the ball scoring unimaginable goals, but then 10 minutes later could miss a wide open goal from 5 feet out. After playing all four games and scoring two goals there is no doubt he has talent and can turn it on, but the question does remain whether he can learn not to make simple mistakes. Not on DB U-17 Championship Rating 7.5/10 Rodney Sneijder He played all four matches and scored one goal, but still I thought he had a tendency to fade out of a match on occasions. Then again the Dutch are renowned for emphasis on teamwork rather than individual flair. Rodney played pretty well with some great passing displayed. Overall a pretty solid performance during the tournament. Not on DB U-17 Championship Rating 7.5/10 Jeroen Zoet After being an unused squad member at the finals a year ago, Zoet stepped up and took his chance playing all four games. An absolute stand out player for the Netherlands, pulled of some amazing saves and almost individually got them through to the semi-finals with some game savers against Serbia. Defiantly the best keeper of the tournament. Not on DB U-17 Championship Rating 8/10 Oğuzhan Özyakup Defiantly one to watch out for this kid, being only 15 playing with in a tournament with kids two years his senior. Has already confirmed a move to Arsenal in the summer when he turns 16, he played in two matches this tournament but has the possibility to play at the next two U-17 Tournaments!! Played well in both games he appeared in, wasn’t outshone by anyone on the field and managed hold his own with the older players. He will be better for the experience watch out for him at next years U-17 qualifier. Not on DB U-17 Championship Rating 6.5/10
  19. Re: ScOuT'S Top 100 Hot Prospects!
  20. Re: ScOuT'S Top 100 Hot Prospects! Chrisantus he was on the list mate:p
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