27 Mei, 2010

Best Young Players 2010 World Cup

Players to watch

Korea Republic
Lee striving to cap rapid rise
Lee wears the No28 for FC Seoul, although his boyhood favourite was the No14 made famous by Johan Cruyff.

Two years ago he was not playing professional football. Now Korea Republic forward Lee Seung-Yeoul is hoping to take South Africa 2010 by storm.

Toni Kroos all set to shine
Toni Kroos, still just 20, is eager to step up with the big boys in South Africa and help inspire his beloved Germany to global glory at the FIFA World Cup.

New Zealand
Chris Wood, the All White hope
Promising New Zealand striker Chris Wood, still just 19, is looking to build on a stellar 12 months by starring for the All Whites at South Africa 2010.

Mourinho's Slovenian starlet
Lauded by Jose Mourinho, his coach at Inter Milan, the quick, powerful teenage midfielder Rene Krhin is keen to thrive for Slovenia at South Africa 2010.

Hour of reckoning for Vela
Carlos Vela may have failed to live up to his huge potential in the colours of Arsenal thus far, but the Mexico attacker is eager to dazzle in South Africa.

Thomas OAR
Oar testing the waters
Australia’s brightest young star, Tommy Oar, is hoping to continue a meteoric rise through the ranks by making a splash at South Africa 2010.

Nkoulou hunting the lion king
Young Cameroon back Nicolas Nkoulou is hoping to follow in the footsteps of veteran Lions' captain Rigobert Song, and impress at South Africa 2010.

Korea DPR
JU Kwang Min
Ju Kwang Min: The penalty stopper
With exceptional attitude and shot-stopping skills, Ju Kwang Min has been at the heart of Korea DPR's re-emergence in Asia and the global stage.

Sotiris NINIS
Ninis: Greek hero in the making?
Greece have a shining star in Panathinaikos' teenage gem Sotiris Ninis, and the Albania-born ace is eager to make a mark at South Africa 2010.

Muller's feet firmly on the ground
Bayern Munich's young sensation Thomas Muller is hoping to follow in his namesake Gerd's footsteps, scoring bundles of goals at South Africa 2010.

Altidore, an American original
New Jersey-born and proud of his Haitian heritage, Jozy Altidore is a striker on the rise and a decisive piece of USA’s puzzle ahead of South Africa 2010.

Santon following famous footsteps
Davide Santon has, at just 19, already impressed for Inter Milan and Italy, been compared to Paolo Maldini and drawn the praise of Cristiano Ronaldo.

Andre AYEW
Sky’s the limit for Ayew
The son of Abedi Pele, Andre Ayew has become a star in his own right by dazzling at Egypt 2009 and Angola 2010. Can South Africa be his next stage?

Dos Santos, a Mexican darling
Compared to Ronaldinho at the start of his career and now playing in Turkey, Giovani dos Santos of Mexico remains one of the world's best prospects.

Korea Republic
KI Sung Yueng
Ki: The Korean Gerrard
FIFA.com profiles Kim Sung-Yueng, who honed his game in Australia, features for Celtic in Scotland and is nicknamed after England's Steven Gerrard.

Mesut OZIL
Ozil: The German jewel
Mesut Ozil is the exciting, influential playmaker Germany have coveted for years. FIFA.com takes a look at the ascent of the Werder Bremen starlet.

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