Players worth keeping an eye on playing for other clubs

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Saw Denmark last night. Firstly, what an enjoyable side to watch.

Andreas Skov Olsen and Mikel Damsgaard really stood out for me. The former with a lovely volley goal the latter was like a cylinder applying more pressure forward constantly.
Was baffled by people saying Damsgaurds form was some how a fluke he is a player we should be all over he is on an up ward developmental curve.
 
Eriksen with Ajax was already wonderfull .

He was, but still speculative. The Eredivise isn’t the Seria A, Eriksen wasn’t even the most hyped player in that Ajax side! It was Viktor Fischer! Eriksen stepped up and became one of the best attacking MF in Europe, Fischer didn’t.

I think Damsgaard is going to be class. He has that Danish spark going forward
 
He was, but still speculative. The Eredivise isn’t the Seria A, Eriksen wasn’t even the most hyped player in that Ajax side! It was Viktor Fischer! Eriksen stepped up and became one of the best attacking MF in Europe, Fischer didn’t.

I think Damsgaard is going to be class. He has that Danish spark going forward
I remember the hype around Fischer - and "rightly" so. But after he flopped at Boro his career went downhill. Even back in Danmark, playing for FC København, he didn't do that well either. It shows how hard - at times - it is to predict who will make it and who won't...
PS! It makes me "smile" at times when reading SC and how guys on there go on about blaming all the managers about "this" and "that" player not making it at Spurs/EPL... seemingly believing that every Spurs talent is bound for greatness...
 
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