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This thread is dedicated to Manchester City Youth players from EDS, U19, U18 who are not yet added in the SM database

 

So starting here with

 

                                 Brahim Abdelkar Diaz

 

 

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Age : 16

Clubs : MCFC U18, U19

Height : 170cm

Nationality : Spain

DOB : August 3,1999

Position : AM(RLC)

 

Stats

 

FA YOUTH CUP

Games : 6 Goals : 3(Club Top Scorer)

 

UEFA YOUTH LEAGUE

Games : 3 Goals : 1

 

Played 3 matches for Spain U17

 

Brahim Diaz is a Spanish midfielder who joined City from Malaga.

His ability allowed him to be fast-tracked to the Under 18s side, making his debut in the 1-1 draw with Liverpool in November 2015 despite only turning 16 three months before.

Brahim scored his first goal for Jason Wilcox’s side in the 2-2 draw with Blackburn three weeks after his debut for the U18s.

The young Spaniard has also appeared for the U19s side this season, featuring in the UEFA Youth League home games against Sevilla and Borussia Monchengladbach – scoring in the latter.

His talent has also been noticed on the international stage, with the 16-year old recently receiving a call-up to the Spain U17s squad for a training camp ahead of selecting a team to go to the UEFA European Under-17 Championships in Azerbaijan in May. 

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                                                                      LUKAS NMECHA

 

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Age : 17

Clubs : MCFC U18, U19

Foot : Right

Nationality : England

DOB : December 12,1998

Position : F(RLC)

 

 

Stats

 

FA YOUTH CUP

Games : 6

Goals : 2

Assists : 3

 

UEFA YOUTH LEAGUE

 

Games : 6

Goals : 1

Assists : 1

 

U21 PREMIER LEAGUE

Games : 5

Goals : 2

 

 

An extremely talented youngster who shines in the no.9 position, Lukas Nmecha has also been deployed on either wing in a City shirt as managers look to make the most of his talents in the final third.

Possessing an excellent first touch and two good feet, Lukas excels in one on one situations and is ruthless in front of goal.

He made four appearances for the u18s last term while still a schoolboy, scoring once, and showed his firepower on pre-season tour in Spain, when he scored six in the 10-0 demolition of Real Murcia and two more against Elche.

Hailing from Hamburg in Germany, he moved to Manchester as a youngster and has already represented England at youth level.

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