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Yari Verschaeren from Anderlecht. Next thing from their academy after Kompany, Lukaku, Tielemans,...

The boy his first touch is amazing and he is decesive in almost every game. Only 17!
 

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Yari Verschaeren from Anderlecht. Next thing from their academy after Kompany, Lukaku, Tielemans,...

The boy his first touch is amazing and he is decesive in almost every game. Only 17!
he's pretty good in a very average Anderlecht team this year, but i think he needs to go to Italy before taking the next steps to a more physically challenging competition

Tielemans however is the player we need
 

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Alexander Isak keeps bringing the ruckus. 2 goals and 2 assists tonight against Heracles. That's 10 league goals in 10 league games since joining Willem II on loan in January. 13 goals total.


His last 5 goals are missing from this one.
 
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Swedish prospect Jack Lahne is joining reigning champions AIK on loan from second tier BP football club for the spring half on the season and will then move to Amiens in Ligue 1 on a permanent basis in the summer.

Lahne has spent January-February on try out with Amiens and this is seen as the best sollution for all parties.

He's rated very highly as a youth prospect up here so this will be very interesting to follow.
 

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Joao Mendes, Ronaldinho's kid just signed on as an apprentice for Cruzeiro in the Brazillian league. Described as a striker or secondary striker with a good shot. This will be an interesting kid to keep an eye on. Apparently when he did his try out he refused to say who his dad was until after he had passed and signed a deal with them. Saying that he wanted to get a contract on own merit rather than his dad's name. Fair.
 
Joao Mendes, Ronaldinho's kid just signed on as an apprentice for Cruzeiro in the Brazillian league. Described as a striker or secondary striker with a good shot. This will be an interesting kid to keep an eye on. Apparently when he did his try out he refused to say who his dad was until after he had passed and signed a deal with them. Saying that he wanted to get a contract on own merit rather than his dad's name. Fair.
surely they just looked at his teeth and thought he's either Ronaldihno, Ronaldo or Esther Rantzens kid
 
It'll be interesting to see where Evan N'dicka from Eintracht Frankfurt ends up.

19 y.o. left sided centre back. Pretty much first choice as part of a back 3 and they are sitting 4th in the Bundesliga and are in the quarter finals of the Europa League. His 1st season in the Bundesliga and he's looked pretty solid, makes the odd strange decision, but that's something which should be ironed out with experience. As it stands an exciting prospect, but needs to make the right choice where he goes from here.
 

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It'll be interesting to see where Evan N'dicka from Eintracht Frankfurt ends up.

19 y.o. left sided centre back. Pretty much first choice as part of a back 3 and they are sitting 4th in the Bundesliga and are in the quarter finals of the Europa League. His 1st season in the Bundesliga and he's looked pretty solid, makes the odd strange decision, but that's something which should be ironed out with experience. As it stands an exciting prospect, but needs to make the right choice where he goes from here.

With a surname like that. Spurs.
 

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According to Gracenote Alexander Isak is the first foreign player to score 12 goals in 12 league games in the Eredivisie.

If I were his agent I would be sending out feelers to Feyenoord, Ajax, PSV, Herenveen or any of the other big Dutch clubs. Feyenoord in particular since RVB is retiring at the end of the season.

A couple of years in Holland with steady playing time is just what he needs before trying it at in a bigger league again.
 
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