Discussion in 'Soccer' started by Le Tricolore, Dec 26, 2018.
14 years old
Sounds like a phenom. I'm a believer of letting young kids play ASAP if they're ready to, would he be able to play a pro game let's say, next year?
He's not allowed until the season he'd turn 17.
Spurs scouting 17 year old American Charlie Kelman playing for Southend in League One
Photo: Pleat spotted scouting for Spurs, reportedly wants Charlie Kelman
...anyone seen this kid play?
i dont think that defender have much of a future.
I think an exception will be made. One was made for Nuri Sahin.
He turns 15 in November. I don't suspect he'll be with the first team any earlier than next preseason. There's a backlog of youth players that deserve a chance with the first team that aren't getting it because of our improved squad depth.
I think what's most likely is that the exception is made for Moukoko, and he joins the first team for the 2021 Winter Training Camp. That'll allow him to play 1 and a half seasons in the U-19's.
Troy Parrott selected for Ireland's 40-man provisional squad for the next round of World Cup qualifiers.
Emile Smith-Rowe just returned from injury, and has played the last couple of games. Managed to play 62 minutes today and got back on the scoresheet, as the Arsenal U23s beat Brighton.
Unless he's getting consistent game time in Europa, we should loan him out IMO.
No reason why he shouldn't as he looked amazing in it last season.
Hopefully he starts every Cup and Europa League game this fall. It will be hard for him to get regular first team football every week regardless, so loaning him out to a team that plays him every week could be beneficial, because he is clearly too good to just develop in the U23s. He would probably start in plenty of Bundesliga teams, for example.
Watched bits of the Otten Cup the past few days; a prestigious U19 tournament. Anderlecht, Inter Milan, Barcelona, PSV were among those who participated. PSV lost the final to Inter on penalties. A few PSV talents stood out, but their most notable one was Noni Madueke, English youth player. I think he has great odds of reaching the men's squad, likely replacing Bergwijn/Malen/Bruma once they move abroad. Strong, fast and has good control over the ball. Not sure how he's viewed in England, but he's quality.
As far as I know he's one of the best English 02's. Sounds mature for a 17 year old English kid. Can play as a 10 or wide.
Madueke left Spurs on a free last summer. Was highly rated.
Yeah I've read more about him. Wise kid. Really wanted to go to the Netherlands since young players get a fair shot over here. He declined multiple offers from Premier League sides, including United.
I spoke on Madueke during the u17 Euro earlier this year. He was the only one creating anything for England and without him they looked lost. Including a few other very hyped prospects.
Camavinga bossing the midfield for Rennes versus PSG. What a talent!
His stock is raising by the day. He is so composed for a 16 years old.
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