Soccer Teen Boys and Top 100 Football Wonderkids. Are these two soccer boys the younger versions of footballers John Terry and Frank Lampard who we’ve earlier seen doing this kind of stuff to each other?
If only Cristiano Ronaldo and David Beckham belong to the same team. Wouldn’t it be cool to see the two global football superstars playing with each other? Or maybe the Armani people can have both of them star in an advert together. You know, sort of like David passing the baton to Cristiano who is going to be the new Armani underwear boy this coming 2010.
Soccer Teen Boys List: The Best in the World. Speaking of teen football players, here are some names you should watch out for because they (well, some of them) are going to be the next David Beckhams, and Cristiano Ronaldos, and Peles, and Diego Maradonas.
The list is compiled by the footballwonderkidscout.co.uk. Here’s the Top 100 Football Wonderkids in 2011:
1. Mario Götze (Borussia Dortmund)
2. Thiago Alcântara (Barcelona)
3. Luc Castaignos (Feyenoord)
4. Erik Lamela (River Plate)
5. Lucas Rodrigues (São Paulo)
6. Álvaro Morata (Real Madrid)
7. Giuliano (Internacional)
8. Antoine Griezmann (Real Sociedad)
9. Mateo Kovačić (Dinamo Zagreb)
10. Marco Reus (Borussia Monchengladbach)
11. Mortiz Leitner (TSV 1860 München)
12 Manuel Lanzini (River Plate)
13. Paco Alcácer (Valencia)
14. Sergio Araujo (Boca Juniors)
15. Bruno Cesar (Corinthians)
16. James Rodríguez (FC Porto)
17. Isco (Valencia)
18. Stefan Bell (Mainz 05)
19. Kenneth Zohore (FC Copenhagen)
20. Wojciech Szczęsny (Arsenal)
There’s actually 100 names in the list but we only have space for the Top 20. Haha. Anyhoo, it would be fun to go back to this list 2-4 years from now to see how these boys fared particularly whether they’re on track to football greatness. What do you think?
Who of these young football wonders will turn out to be the next Diego Maradona? Our friend Croatian friend Drago, who knows his football as well as he knows the back of his hand, is betting on James Rodriguez. We’ll see if Drago is correct in the next few years, huh?