Future Football Stars 2012
Please, mind the gap. In this article, we have compiled a list of 100 players who have the potential to become future football stars. All of the players on this list have been identified by FM Scout in their 2012 top 100 prospects. Prospects typically mean potential. Take a look and discover who our future football stars are.
You can see what Bleacher Report said about each player here: Marco Verratti, Lucas Piazon, Raheem Sterling, Mateo Kovacic, Lorenzo Insigne, Ola John, John Guidetti, Bernd Leno, Aaron Ramsey, David Alaba, Lucas Ocampos, Raphael Varane, Luciano Narsingh, Jack Wilshere, Patrick Herrmann, Sebastian Coates, Giorgino Wijnaldum, Joel Matip, M’Baye Niang, Romelu Lukaku, Antoine Griezmann, Kyriakos Papadopouos, Douglas Costa, James Rodriguez, Mattia Destro, Rodrigo, David de Gea, Jack Rodwell, Thibaut Courtois, Victor Moses, Iker Muniain, Isco, Philippe Coutinho, Lewis Holtby, Gaston Ramirez, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Marc-Andre Ter Stegen, Julian Draxler, Phil Jones, Xherdan Shaqiri, Thiago Alcantra, Stephan El Shaarawy, Danny Welbeck, Oscar, Andre Schurrle, Christian Eriksen, Lucas Moura, Mario Gotze, Neymar, Eden Hazard.
Players that compete in Euro 2012, which overlaps with the start of the Olympic football tournament by a week, will not participate if the powerful European Club Association's recommendations are followed as expected. Europe's top clubs are not keen on seeing some of their best players go out of one competition only to compete in another immediately and upsetting them on this would create the mother of all club versus country rows. (Source: www.goal.com)
Hardly surprising, then, that the powerful forward – who made his Burkina Faso debut in May 2017 at just 16 years of age – has looked so comfortable every time he has taken to the field in Amsterdam, with Traore marking his first start for the club, against ADO Den Haag in December, with a well-taken goal.
Overall seven thousand boys applied for a chance to win the contract. Jamie Redknapp explains that the player Inter Milan are looking for will need to be able to handle life in Italy along with the skill and technique required of a professional footballer. Inter youth coaches Marco Monti and Paolo Migilavacca along with Redknapp attended the road shows. They crossed the Irish Sea in the hunt for players to Dublin and, with Ireland only having a handful of professional football clubs, Jamie Redknapp believed there may be some hidden talent to be found here. One of the players to impress was midfielder Craig Walsh a Dublin native (Source: en.wikipedia.org)