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Ten World Cup players you need to know

Scouting Report Jun 8, 2014
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Five Champions League breakout players to watch in the group stage

Gabriele Marcotti joins the ESPN FC crew to discuss the most exciting matchups of matchday one of the Champions League, with Bayern Munich and Manchester City kick-starting Group E.

The 2014-15 Champions League season gets underway on Tuesday night and, as usual, much of the coverage will be directed toward the biggest stars on show. The narrative of football coverage is becoming increasingly focused on individuals and personalities, with the leading lights of European competitions attracting intense coverage across the world throughout the year.

The Champions League has now surpassed the World Cup with regards to its ability to spawn stars of the game; Lionel Messi and...

 Posted by Chris Atkins
Sep 8, 2014

Scouting Report: Sporting Lisbon's midfield 'wall' William Carvalho

William Carvalho is a strong defensive midfielder who is attracting a lot of attention.

William Silva Carvalho

D.o.B: April 7, 1992
Club: Sporting Lisbon
Position: Defensive Midfield
Nationality: Portuguese
Height: 187cm
Weight: 79kg
Estimated Value:£24 million
Linked Clubs: Arsenal, Manchester United, Real Madrid

Born in Angola to a family of footballing pedigree, William moved to his adopted homeland of Portugal at the age of 10. It did not take him long to make an impression, though, as he progressed with smaller Lisbon clubs RD Algueirao and Uniao Mira Sintra. At the age of 14, Sporting used star player Nani to convince Carvalho to reject the advances of rivals Benfica, completing a 12,500 euro transfer for the former Uniao captain.

Once there, he linked up with the club's Juniores C (under-14) side...

Sep 2, 2014

Marseille hit jackpot in Doria signing

Doria is one of Brazil's brightest prospects on defence.

Transfer deadline day has become somewhat of a self-fulfilling monster, with clubs Europe-wide involved in a high-stakes game of brinkmanship as the clock ticks down.

Depending on both individual circumstance and the balance of power within a move, the constrictions can either see fees rocket up as the clock ticks or, in some cases, excellent value emerge. This time around, when it comes to value in the market, few deals can claim to match up to Marseille's Monday swoop for Brazil under-20 centre-back...

Aug 22, 2014

Sergi Samper: Barca's new Guardiola?

Sergi Samper has all the tools to succeed at his disposal.

It is the fabled academy that brought through the likes of Victor Valdes, Carles Puyol, Xavi, Andres Iniesta and Cesc Fabregas. Given time with Lionel Messi from the age of 14, Barcelona's La Masia can also be credited with helping one of the greatest footballers of all time develop. Throughout the season we will take a regular look at some of the next graduates who could make it big.

The first time I saw Sergi Samper play it was a freezing September night at Celtic Park, the kind of autumn weather...

 Posted by Chris Atkins
Aug 11, 2014

Ten academy prospects to watch

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol believes that Chelsea are the favourites to win the Premier League due to their offseason acquisitions.

The 2014-15 Premier League season kicks off next weekend and, for now, attention is firmly focused on the transfer market as activity reaches fever pitch ahead of the opening weekend.

For many fans, though, it is also a time to reflect on recent friendly fixtures and make predictions for the year ahead, despite the notoriously fickle nature of preseason results.

- Ames: The contenders in the battle for fourth
- Countdown: Premier League previews

One area where preseason does provide at least some...

 Posted by Chris Atkins
Aug 8, 2014

Rolando Aarons has pace to burn

Rolando Aarons shone for Newcastle during preseason.

Preseason is often cited as the ideal opportunity for young talent to make an impression at first-team level. Yet, for all its reputation as a period of renewal and introspection, it remains true that very few players are able to force their way into a manager's plans in the space of just a few weeks. With fitness levels low and games often disrupted by mass substitutions and unfamiliar selections, it is a difficult environment in which to truly display your full potential.

- Atkins: Ferreyra...