Full Name: Munir El Haddadi Team: FC Barcelona Position: Forward Age: 18 Birth Date: September 1, 1995 Birth Place: San Lorenzo de El Escorial, Spain Height: 5 ft 9 in FC Barcelona have done it again. The Catalan club are
After over two years of bringing you news of the next generation of Spanish football I am bringing Football Cantera to an end. I am joining the exciting project at Scouted Football and hope to continue bringing you profiles and
It is not a signing that will rock the sport world’s media, but the Javi Manquillo transfer had me more excited than most this summer season. I am not a Liverpool fan per se but this transfer is another in
This is his year with Liverpool having to play more fixtures thanks to their return to the Champions League, squad depth will be important and a player of Suso’s immense talent can really provide Liverpool something they haven’t had since
Let’s start with a blanket statement because those are fun from time to time. At worst, you will hunt me down and make me pay for my brash, blatant ignorance; and at best, we get to have some thoughtful discussion.
This is the time of the season where youth players of varying talent are unceremoniously dumped from their respective clubs, diamonds from canteras who do not make the cut and have to look for another team before the upcoming season.
The sheer amount that has been written on Spain’s shocking (or not so shocking) exit from FIFA World Cup 2014 would stop a team of oxen in their tracks. I do not want to relive the last ten days, I
Spain is still the team to beat when the world converges on Brazil for the 2014 FIFA World Cup. They have experience, depth and the best starting 11 of any country in the world. With three out of four clubs
Suso is one of Spain’s brightest young talents. He’s wonderfully intelligent, is versatile, being able to play in the center of midfield or anywhere in a front three, he hits a mean dead ball, possesses great vision and pinpoint passing
The first team might be in crisis, but all is not lost this season for FC Barcelona. The inaugural UEFA Youth League, pitted the best U-19 youth teams of the 32 clubs qualified for the group stage of the UEFA