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World Soccer Magazine Talent Scout

Started on 11 March 2012 by r_johnners
Latest Reply on 13 March 2012 by Shameless
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For a few years now i've been reading this british football magazine called World Soccer and every month it gives a section on rising stars of world football. Many of the players are excellent, so if you dont read the magazine, i thought i could tell you about the players that will help you succeed with future FM campaigns

Talent Scout Players

Matias DeFederico


Corinthians,
23/08/89,
Winger/Foward
5 ft 5in
This guy has great speed and his brilliant left foot allows him to be a quality crosser of the ball.

Vladimir Weiss


Manchester City,
30/11/89,
Winger,
5ft 9in,
Any Manchester Cuty supporters will know this guy very well. He was much talked about when he was a little younger but in recent years has been shipped out on loan to teams such as Rangers. He has great speed and very good feet which allows him to be very good at trickery and skill.

Andreu Fontas


Barcelona,
Centre Back,
6ft 1in,
This guy has been unlucky that he has players such as Gerard Pique and Carlos Puyol ahead of him in Barcelona selection policy, but, he does have the qualities to be a top centre back.

Jeffren Suarez


Sporting Lisbon,
20/1/88,
Winger/Forward,
This guy has awesome crossing abilities and is great at skill and has blistering pace

Marc Muniesa


Barcelona 'B',
27/3/92,
Centre Back,
Along with Andreu Fontas, he is a young centre back to emerge from Barcelona's academy

Pablo Velazquez


Universidad Catolica,
12/3/87,
Centre Forward,
6ft 3in,
This youngster from paraguay is a real exciting prospect and much is expected from him in his homeland

Manchester United Starlets


Larnell Cole


09/03/93
Just look at this guy! He's big and black, so he's obviously going to be a powerhouse. He's not the kind of guy you want to get in a fight with.

Will Keane


11/01/93
Little gem who's going to be a top striker for United one day. Grab him before he gets too good.

Ravel Morrison


02/02/93
The new bad boy who got moved to West Ham in January because of his stinking attitude. Still a quality player though

Paul Pogba


15/03/93
One word to describe this player and this word is.............BEAST!!!!!

Ryan Tunnicliffe


30/12/92
He may not look like your average superstar, but when you what someone to be a midfield general this is your man. He is also an amzing passer of a football. Like a Boss!
Woah that's pretty cool!
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Great job r_johnners!

I will absolutely check out the magazine (and just did)

Vladimir Weiss is known, if you ask us City fans ... but I doubt Mancini will ever play him, unfortanetly! He didnt bought him ... if u understand where im going with this ... but thats entire other topic :)
jeffren yesterday scored two goals in an exhibition where he came from a really bad muscle injury. jeffren is great!

Talent Scout Players Part 2


Eyal Golasa


Maccabi Haifa
7/10/91
Attacking Mid
5ft 9in
This boy is meant to be the future of Israeli football. He has great attacking capabilities and is an all round hot prospect and definately one to look out for in the future.

Giovanni Moreno


Racing Club,
Attacking Mid,
1/7/86,
Moreno is part of a young and exciting new generation of players to emerge from Colombia and big things are expected from this man.

David Alaba


24/6/92,
Bayern Munich,
Center Midfielder,
Alaba looks like there could be proof of a young geneartion of players that his nation, Austria need so despeartely. With ageing pro's like Andreas Ivanschitz, Alaba may be getting a call up to the senior team very soon.

Sebastien Corchia


Sochaux,
Right Back,
1/11/90,
Corchia is one of many many young French players who are being scouted by the very top european clubs. This hot prospect has been part of very successful French youth teams and looks like a future super star. He is renowned for his great attacking abilities and his awesome free-kicks and general set-pieces.

Jobson


Botafogo,
15/2/88,
Foward,

Jobson Leandro Pereira de Oliveira, aka 'Jobson', is another quality product of the world famous Botafogo academy. He may see little action for his national team due to that quite good player called Neymar, but he is a regular goal scorer in the Brazilian Serie A. He's big and bulky, and he looks like he is set to be Brazils answer to England legend Emile Heskey!

European League Pace-Setters 2011/2012


Younes Belhanda


Montpellier,
Attacking Mid/ Winger,
Morocco,
25/02/90,

This young Moroccan has been receiving heaps of praise over in France and has played a pivotal role in the progress of Montpellier and helped them to be in a champions league position. He has awesome pace and great trickery. Having actually bought him on FM, i really recommend you take a look at this guy.

Rasmus Elm


Attacking Mid/ Advanced Playmaker,
Sweden,
17/03/88,

This young Swede is earning all the plaudits with some terrific perfromances. He is meant to be a star in the making. He is already becoming a regular international. If any Swedish readers out there ( I know you exist) would like to add anything about Elm then please do!!

Moritz Leitner


Borussia Dortmund,
Germany,
08/12/92,

Another product of the vastly impressive youth academy of Borussia Dortmund, this boy is following the footsteps of fellow Dortmund star Mario Gotze and becoming one the most talked about young players in Germany after putting in some stunning performances for the Rhur region team.

Leonard Kweuke


Sparta Prague,
Cameroon,
12/07/87,
Striker,

This man is the cousin of the god himself, Samuel Eto'o. Therfore, this man shouldnt find the back of the net difficult, and sure enough, he hasnt. He had a blistering start with the Czech team, and he doesnt look like stopping. He should be a decent signing if you decide to make a move for him.

Jose Callejon


Real Madrid,
Spain,
Striker,
11/02/87,

Callejon has made some promising performances considering the team he plays for. He has scored regular goals in the Champions League matches he has played in, and looks like he is set to be a fans favorite at the Bernabeu. However, from past experience from playing on FM, Real Madrid will easily let go of him if your where to make a transfer offer for him. In my opinion he would be a very good signing.
At least Im here :)


Rasmus Elm, his free-kick and penalty taking will surely be on a higher attribute on the next FM. He made seven goals this season, those ways. Made a corner goal just recently. It was weird as he was quoted on Swedish papers.

I’m not sure what to say about becoming a world class player. He having his best season so far in Holland and is on a good run. If he would change leagues only time will say what kind of player he will turn into. Perhaps a team that don’t require players with fast dribbling or technical skills (what team don’t have use of them). But, is fast and has a great finish. Several teams are looking at him.

Another Swedish player would be John Guidetti. He breaks Dutch records more frequently than I change my underwear. Will become better than Elm but plays as a striker but could convert to a inner forward. Elm is firstly a winger but could be used as an attacker infront of the goal due to his fast runs(these in the real world).
Is Rasmus Elm related to David Elm at all, or is that just a coincidence? I saw David Elm playing for Fulham last season and he reminded me a bit of Peter Crouch (thats a good thing!) cos he seemed to have good touch and was quite physical.
#45374 DEMBA! : Is Rasmus Elm related to David Elm at all, or is that just a coincidence? I saw David Elm playing for Fulham last season and he reminded me a bit of Peter Crouch (thats a good thing!) cos he seemed to have good touch and was quite physical.

yh they are brothers, i think they have another brother who plays football as well. so just name yourself "elm" and you will easily get picked up by a football club :P.
#45387 RedArmy20 : #45374 DEMBA! :
Is Rasmus Elm related to David Elm at all, or is that just a coincidence? I saw David Elm playing for Fulham last season and he reminded me a bit of Peter Crouch (thats a good thing!) cos he seemed to have good touch and was quite physical.


yh they are brothers, i think they have another brother who plays football as well. so just name yourself "elm" and you will easily get picked up by a football club :P.
Victor Elm, SC Heerenveen / Regards Shameless Elm ... now ! Where do I sign :)

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