View Full Version : We know who the upcomming stars are
As we all know, there are many young players in the World. I think Asia has many promissing players that will soon be leading the soccer world.
Many of htem are Iranian's such as Mahdavikia, Latifi, Karimi. In the future Iran will become a world power and so will Japan.
Yes, that's right..
Especially in Korea, there's some promising players like below;
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shirts name (full name)
- team, position
J.H. Ahn (AHN, Jung Hwan)
- Pusan Daewoo Royals, FW
D.G. Lee (LEE, Dong Gook)
- Pohang Steelers, FW
J.S. Ko (KO, Jong Soo)
- Suwon Samsung Bluewings, MF
J.S. Park (PARK, Jin Seop)
- Korea University, MF or SW
Y.D. Kim (KIM, Yong Dae)
- Yonsei University, GK
E.J. Kim (KIM, Eun Joong)
- Taejon Citizen, FW
We in Turkey have some excellent young players.
Emre(midfielder) from Galatasaray is called the second Hagi or something. He has great vision and a wonderful balcontrol.
Fatih who also plays for Galatasaray is a pacy defender. Big build and marks very good!
Umit Karan(Genclerbirligi) is an excellent attacking midfielder or striker
Besiktas has also a couple of talents.
Fenerbache has nothing. They just buy players with corrupted money!
A rising star is a centre back at Leeds Utd and his name is Danny Hay and you will be hearing of him in the future.
Ronaldinho Gaucho will be the #1 player in the world in less than a year. I'm not saying that because I like him. He plays for Gremio(Brazil) I support Atletico Mineiro(Brazil,also Atletico's nick name is Galo...) So I'm not saying Ronaldinho Gaucho is the best because he plays for my team,I say he is the best because he really is. He just got put on the national Brazilian team a few months ago, and his first international championship was the FIFA cup, where he kicked some serious ass!! Especially against Germany!! REMEMBER HIS NAME: RONALDINHO GAUCHO, HE IS ALREADY CONSIDERED THE BEST IN BRAZIL!!
I'm surprised no one's looked at the United States. Just 1 year later, the crew that placed last at the World Cup is largely out of the picture. Here's a list of some of the most promising young players...
New England Revolution
Of the above, Olsen, Kirovski, O'Brien, and Brown are already well-established on the national side (Olsen and Brown performing well since receiving their first caps this year). Wolff, Paule, Jordan, and Albright look like future national team stars right now, although the jury is still out on them...
hey galo.... ive something to say to you
you brazilian people always make good player.. we all know that... but you also exagerate the stuffs... the guy youre talking about...ronaldiño gaucho... is a good player...but hes not the best in the world.... you just got exited cause of the goal he scored my team in the copa america http://www.soccergaming.com/ubb/frown.gif
LOL, you must be from Venezuela,Ramuel. Yes,that was a spetacular goal. But he had many others. I'm not saying he is the best in the world now. I'm saying he has the potential to be the best in the world in less than a year. It's true. Look at Ronaldo a few years ago in his place. Now compare the two. Ronaldinho Gaucho is much better than Ronaldo was at that point in his life. So I belive Ronaldinho Gauch is going the right way to be the BEST in the world. Dont get mad at me Ramuel. We latins must stick together in this mostly Eurpean forum, not fight,ok amigo?
Galo: "We latins must stick together in this mostly Eurpean forum, not fight,ok amigo?"
Its a forum about football where you should put down what you believe, you seem to be a bit paranoid about Europe!
yes, youre right...im from venezuela....and youre right with the stik together stuf....i guess it just hurt to lose 7-0
Yah, umm, they let him go to second division team Fortuna Koln in the Bundesliga. Two Iranians are also there, Ali Mousavi who has scored 5 of their 6 goals this season. Mehdi Pashadzadeh is also on their team for the first ten games until he is fit.
Pashadzadeh was injured and sent to the second division to recouperate so he can go back to his starting position with Bayer Leverkusen.
I can see that there are some highly promising youngsters in Singapore.
Well,although I'm Aussie,I do follow some Singapore soccer through my good friend,who is a Singaporean.
The promising ones are Ahmad Latiff,Indra Sahdan(both lightning quick strikers),Tan Kim Leng(a versatile defender),Gusta Guzarishah(a miracle playmaker who is comfortable with both feet!)and Yazid Yasin(a super agile young keeper).
All of them are under 21 years old and are super-promising.Do notice them when you have the time.
Jesper Grønkjær LW/RW Ajax/Denmark
Kevin Bobson LW Ajax/Netherlands
Pius Ikedia RW Ajax/Nigeria
all of them are are a lot faster than Overmars.
Richard Knopper AM/MR Ajax/Netherlands
Mark van Bommel MC/MR Psv/Netherlands
Joe Didulica GK Ajax/Australian
Culina DM/AM/LM/RM Ajax/Austalian
John Nieuwenburg RM/RV/DM Ajax/Netherlands
Bunaventura Kalou RW Feyenoord/Ivory Coast
Some stars for the future who are all under 21:
Paraguay's Roque Santa Cruz is an exceptional striker who is looking to prove himself in Europe.
Ecuador's Ivan Kaviedes scored more than 40 goals in a league season and was successful during his stay at Perugia. He is now in the Primera for Celta and can develop into his country's best player.
Nicholas Anelka has gotten of to a slow start, but he Trezeguet and Henry are the future of the French attack.
Gremio's Ronaldinho is a phenom. His goal in the Copa America was spectacular. However, when Ronaldo was his age he was tearing it up in Holland. When Ronaldinho gets his chance to go overseas he will throw a curveball into Luxemburgo's attack plans.
Ireland's Damien Duff and Robbie Keane are on their way to becoming Premier League Stars.
Another Premier League Star is Mikael Forssael for Chelsea.
Argentina's River Plate also has two players to watch, Javier Saviola and Pablo Aimar. Saviola is a lightning quick scorer and has a bright future. Aimar can become Argentina's Rivaldo, along with Independiente's Esteban Cambiasso.
Nigeria has three players to watch out for in Haruna Babangida (Barcelona), Pius Ikedia (Ajax) and Aliyu Mohammed (AC Milan).
Despite popular opinion, North America has excellent young players. Mexico's Rafael Marquez will not be the last Mexican player to make it to a big club. America's big guns are the Beasly Brothers, Chris Albright, and Landon Donovan. Osborne is playing in Europe and could become the U.S's best striker in a few years.
And of course the best player in the world under 21 years of age is Michael Owen. By the time he is done he will be England's all time leading scorer and just maybe can lead them to a European Championship or World Cup triumph.
[This message has been edited by Lorenzo Christian (edited 10-14-1999).]