This week we feature Montpellier full-back Mapou Yanga-M’Biwa. The Frenchman has come on leaps and bounds since making the move into the starting eleven while in Ligue 2. This season, Yanga-M’Biwa was linked with a move to Arsenal but remains at Montpellier as they take part in the Europa League.
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One 2 Watch returns today, and Kevin Coleman takes a look at FC Basel and Switzerland left winger Xherdan Shaqiri. The 19-year-old made a brief appearance at last summer’s World Cup, and has a big future ahead of him. With his contract up soon, a number of Europe’s top clubs will be keeping tabs on the dazzling winger.
Dele Adeleye | 21 | Nigeria | Defender Nigeria has long been a conveyor belt of some of Africa’s finest footballing talent, and Sparta Rotterdam’s 21 year-old defender Dele Adeleye looks to be yet another addition to the country’s long line of gifted players. A tall, commanding centre-half, Adeleye, as a part of what is […]
In number three of our World Cup One 2 Watch series, Chris of The Equaliser Blog introduces us to Michael Zullo – a 21-year-old left sided player who recently made the move to Europe with Dutch side FC Utrecht. Michael Zullo | 21 | Australia | Midfielder Australia has produced its fair share of world […]
Jordan Henderson 19 |England | Midfielder | Sunderland One 2 Watch focuses closer to home this week as we examine Wearside’s biggest emerging talent Jordan Henderson. Some Soccer AM (Sky’s Saturday morning programme) purists may remember Jordan Henderson when he appeared on their “Skill School” feature about two years ago. It’s rare we ever hear […]
Stevan Jovetić 20 | Montenegro | ACF Fiorentina | Forward The newest star of European football may have been born when Liverpool travelled to the Stadio Artemio Franchi back in September for their second Champions League tie of the season. Enter stage left, Stevan Jovetić. The young Montenegrin forward picked the perfect stage to announce […]
Toni Kroos 19 | German | Midfielder | Bayern Munich You must be doing something right when, at just 17 years of age, you make your debut in the Bayern Munich senior team. That’s what Toni Kroos must have thought when he lined up against German minnows Energie Cottubus in the Bundesliga in September ‘07. […]
We have a look at the up and coming stars of world football in “One 2 Watch”. First up, Inter’s Mario Balotelli.