Futbolcu izleme (scouting) 2007-2008

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Post by Mehmet Gurdal Cetin » Tue Jan 29, 2008 3:09 pm

Scouting for African talent

Three-quarters of Premier League clubs have sent scouts to the Africa Cup of Nations as the chase for the continent's finest talent intensifies.

A BBC Sport survey has discovered 15 of the 20 clubs are scouting at the Ghana tournament despite calls for it to be switched to the summer.

"You know when you're buying an African player that's the rule," Chelsea chief scout Frank Arnesen told BBC Sport.

"You have to deal with that and it's a must for us to be at the Nations Cup."

Portsmouth's Harry Redknapp, Arsene Wenger of Arsenal and Chelsea's Avram Grant are just three of the Premier League bosses to have criticised the Nations Cup's timing between January and February during the middle of the European season.

Yet only five of the 20 clubs BBC Sport contacted said they would not be sending scouts to the tournament.

Portsmouth do not have scouts in Ghana, but former Arsenal defender Gilles Grimandi is in Ghana for the Gunners, while Arnesen has sent two scouts to monitor the tournament.

The likes of Redknapp, Wenger and Grant believe it should fall in line with the world's other major football competitions and be staged in the summer, when tournaments like the European Championships or the Copa America are held.

BBC SPORT NATIONS CUP SURVEY
Clubs with scouts in Ghana: Man Utd, Arsenal, Chelsea, Everton, Aston Villa, Man City, Blackburn, Spurs, Newcastle, Reading, Boro, Bolton, Wigan, Fulham, Derby

Clubs with no scouting representation: Liverpool, West Ham, Birmingham, Portsmouth, Sunderland

"It's not fair for the European leagues to lose players in a period that's very important," admitted Arnesen, a former director of football at PSV Eindhoven and sporting director at Tottenham.

But for all their criticism, clubs appear equally determined not to risk missing out on future world-class players.

Whereas just eight Premier League players travelled to the 2002 Nations Cup in Mali, a staggering 35 made the trip to Ghana in 2008.

"It's an exceptionally high quality tournament and there's some great, great players there," said Reading's director of football Nicky Hammond.

"Over the last few years Africa has really come to the forefront of producing some top, top players, so for us it is a very good tournament to cover."


Middlesbrough are understood to be monitoring Yassine Chikhaoui

"We'll be monitoring the Nations Cup very closely," said Newcastle's first-team coach Steve Round.

"There are specific players playing in the tournament, who are also playing in Europe and domestically in England, and we will keep an eye on them, target them, get them into our radar and keep progressively looking at them over the course of the next few months."

Arnesen insists Chelsea are already aware of every player competing and that the tournament is not a place to uncover fresh talent, rather monitor players for the future.

But Bolton's chief scout Colin Harvey and his assistant Terry Darracott have gone to Ghana with "a blank sheet of paper".

Middlesbrough have travelled with both specific targets - BBC Sport understands FC Zurich's Tunisian forward Yassine Chikhaoui is one - and an open mind.

Either way, Premier League clubs seem to need little convincing of the value African players can provide and it appears the continent will be viewed as a key scouting destination for many years to come.

"Over the past 20 years the progression of African players has been explosive," said Arnesen.

"They're playing on the highest level and they're doing well and that's why everyone is looking at them.

"Maybe 10 or 15 years ago you knew a few players from every team but not 11.

"Now you go out and see Ghana, Nigeria, Ivory Coast and you know all 11 players and even the bench.

"The Nations Cup is now on a level with the South American and European Championships."
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bugünkü haber

Fransa’nın gündemi Mevlüt

Sochaux’nun Türk golcüsü, L’Equipe’den büyük övgü aldı. Ümit Milli olan Mevlüt Erdinç için Monaco’nun devrede olduğu, İspanyol ve Türk kulüplerinin de sıraya girdiği bildirildi

Fransa Ligi’nin köklü kulübü Sochaux’un Türk santrforu Mevlüt Erdinç, geçtiğimiz hafta takımının, Toulouse deplasmanında 2-1 kazandığı maçta attığı iki golle dikkatleri üzerine topladı.
17 yaşına kadar Fransa Genç Milli Takımı’nda oynayan, ancak daha sonra ay-yıldızlı formayı tercih eden ve Ümit Milli Takımı’nda yer alan Mevlüt, L’Equipe gazetesine konu oldu.

L’Equipe, Toulouse maçında 10 üzerinde 7.5 verdiği Mevlüt için “Defansların korkulu rüyası oldu. Top hakimiyeti ve fizik gücüyle kalitesine kanıtlıyor” ifadelerini kullandı.

21 yaşında, 1.80 boyunda ve forvet arkası oynayan Mevlüt ile ilgili, 2012’ye kadar sözleşmesi bulunmasına rağmen, küme düşme tehlikesi yaşayan Sochaux’ya transfer teklifleri geldiği de öğrenildi. Fransız Monaco’nun sezon sonunda Mevlüt’ü isteyeceği, ancak İspanya ve Türkiye’den bazı kulüplerin de tekliflere hazırlandığı bildirildi.

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Post by Eray Tunç » Wed Jul 30, 2008 1:13 pm

İŞTE 100 GENÇ YETENEK!..

İspanyol Don Ballon dergisinin yayınladığı 1987 ve üstü doğumlu 100 yıldız futbolcu listesinde Galatasaray'lı Arda Turan da yer aldı. Türkiye'den sadece Arda Turan'ın yer aldığı sıralamada İsviçre'nin FC Basel takımında forma giyen Eren Derdiyok ve Almanya'nın Werder Bremen takımında forma giyen Mesut Özil gibi Türk asıllı oyuncular da yer aldı.

01) LAUTARO ACOSTA, Delantero (ARGENTINA, Sevilla) 14-03-1988
02) FREDDY ADU, Delantero (GHANA, Benfica) 02-06-89
03) SERGIO ‘KUN’ AGUERO, Delantero (ARGENTINA, Atlético de Madrid) 02-06-1988
04) ISMAIL AISSATI, Mediocampista (HOLANDA, Utrecht) 16-06-1988
05) ALEXIS SANCHEZ, Delantero (CHILE, Udinese) 19-12-1988
06) JOZY ALTIDORE, Delantero (ESTADOS UNIDOS, Villarreal) 06-11-1989
07) ANDERSON, Delantero (BRASIL, Manchester United) 13-04-1988
08 ) ARDA TURAN, Mediocampista (TURQUIA, Galatasaray, 30-01-1987
09) SERGIO AJENJO, Arquero (ESPAÑA, Valladolid, 28-06-1989
10) GARETH BALE, Defensa (PAIS DE GALES, Tottenham) 16-07-1989
11) MARIO BALOTELLI, Delantero (ITALIA, Palermo) 12-08-1990
12) EVER BANEGA, Mediocampista (ARGENTINA, Valencia) 29-06-1988)
13) HATEM BEN ARFA, Delantero (FRANCIA, Olympique Marsella) 07-03-1987
14) NIKLAS BENDTNER, Delantero (DINAMARCA, Arsenal) 16-01-1988
15) KARIM BENZEMA, Delantero (FRANCIA, Olympique Lyon) 17-12-1987
16) JEROME BOATENG, Defensa (ALEMANIA, Hamburgo) 03-09-1988
17) BOJAN KRKIC, Delantero (ESPAÑA, Barcelona) 26-08-1990
18 ) MICHAEL BRADLEY, Mediocampista (ESTADOS UNIDOS, Heerenveen) 31-07-1987
19) BRENO, Defensa (BRASIL, Bayer Münich) 13-10-1989
20) DIEGO BUONANOTTE, Delantero (ARGENTINA, River Plate) 19-04-1988
21) DIEGO CAPEL, Delantero (ESPAÑA, Sevilla) 16-02-1988
22) ANDY CARROLL, Delantero (INGLATERRA, Newcastle) 06-01-1989
23) ANDRE CARVALHAS, Delantero (PORTUGAL, Benfica) 07-03-1989
24) EDISON CAVANI, Delantero (URUGUAY, Palermo) 14-02-1987
25) CESC FABREGAS, Mediocampista (ESPAÑA, Arsenal) 04-05-1987
26) AMIRE CHERMITI, Delantero (TUNEZ, Etoile du Sahel) 26-12-1987
27) MACAULEY CHRISANTUS, Delantero (NIGERIA, Hamburgo) 20-08-1990
28 ) JONATHAN DE GUZMAN, Mediocampista (CANADA, Feyenoord) 13-09-1987
29) LORENZO DE SILVESTRI, Defensa (ITALIA, Roma) 23-05-1988
30) STEVEN DEFOUR, Mediocampista (BELGICA, Standar de Lieja) 15-04-1988
31) EREN DERDIYOK, Delantero (SUIZA, Basilea) 12-06-1988
32) ANGEL DI MARIA, Mediocampista (ARGENTINA, Benfica) 14-02-1988
33) ROYSON DRENTHE, Mediocampista (HOLANDA, Real Madrid) 08-04-1987
34) KERMIT ERASMUS, Delantero (SUDAFRICA, Feyenoord) 08-07-1990
35) DAMIAN ESCUDERO, Mediocampista (ARGENTINA, Villarreal) 20-04-1987
36) FEDERICO FAZIO, Defensa (ARGENTINA, Sevilla) 17-03-1987
37) GUEIDA FOFANA, Mediocampista (FRANCIA, Le Havre) 16-05-1991
38 ) GAI ASSULIN, Delantero (ISRAEL, Barcelona) 09-04-1991
39) GIOVANI DOS SANTOS, Delantero (MEXICO, Tottenham) 11-05-1989
40) MAREK HAMSIK, Mediocampista (ESLOVAQUIA, Nápoles) 27-07-1987
41) JOE HART, Arquero (INGLATERRA, Manchester City) 19-04-1987
42) DAWID JANCZYC, Delantero (POLONIA, CSKA Moscú) 23-09-1987
43) JAVI MARTINEZ, Mediocampista (ESPAÑA, Athletic) 02-09-1988
44) MILAN JOVETIC, Delantero (MONTENEGRO, Fiorentina) 02-11-1989
45) JUAN DIAZ, Defensa (URUGUAY, Estudiantes de La Plata) 28-10-1987
46) CHARLES KABORE, Defensa (BURKINA FASO, Olympique Marsella) 09-02-1988
47) YOICHIRO KAKITANI, Mediocampista (JAPON, Cerezo Osaka) 03-01-1990
48 ) NIKOLA KALINIC, Delantero (CROACIA, Hadjuk Split) 05-01-1988
49) SERGIO CONTAN ‘KEKO’, Delantero (ESPAÑA, Atlético de Madrid) 27-12-1991
50) ALEXANDER KIROV, Delantero (BULGARIA, Levski Sofía) 25-10-1990
51) TONI KROOS, Mediocampista (ALEMANIA, Bayern Münich) 04-10-1990
52) AARON LENNON, Mediocampista (INGLATERRA, Tottenham) 16-04-1987
53) LUCAS LEIVA, Mediocampista (BRASIL, Liverpool) 09-01-1987
54) LUIS SUAREZ, Delantero (URUGUAY, Ajax) 24-01-1987
55) REIMOND MANCO, Delantero (PERU, PSV Eindhoven) 23-08-1990
56) DIRK MARCELLIS, Defensa (HOLANDA, PSV Eindhoven) 13-04-1988
57) MARKO MARIN, Delantero (BOSNIA, Borussia Monchengladbach) 13-03-1989
58 ) MARTIN CACERES, Defensa (URUGUAY, Barcelona) 17-03-1987
59) JUAN MATA, Delantero (ESPAÑA, Valencia) 28-04-1988
60) ‘MAXI’ MORALEZ, Delantero (ARGENTINA, Racing Club) 27-02-1987
61) LIONEL MESSI, Delantero (ARGENTINA, Barcelona) 24-06-1987
62) MIGUEL VITOR, Defensa (PORTUGAL, Benfica) 30-06-1989)
63) NIKOLAY MIJAILOV, Arquero (BULGARIA, Twente) 28-06-1988
64) MARCELO MORENO, Delantero (BOLIVIA, Shakhtar Donetsk) 18-06-1987
65) CLIFFORD MULENGA, Delantero (ZAMBIA, Maccabi Petah) 05-08-1987
66) SAMIR NASRI, Mediocampista (FRANCIA, Arsenal) 26-06-1987
67) KRISZTIAN NEMETH, Delantero (HUNGRIA, Liverpool) 05-01-1989
68 ) SOTIROS NINIS, Mediocampista (ALBANIA, Panathinaikos) 03-04-1990
69) AUGUSTINE NSUMBA, Mediocampista (UGANDA, SC Villa) 10-05-1987
70) JOHN OBI MIKEL, Mediocampista (NIGERIA, Chelsea) 22-04-1987
71) DANIEL OPARE, Defensa (GHANA, Real Madrid) 18-10-1990
72) RANSFORD OSEI, Delantero (GHANA, Kessben) 05-12-1990
73) DAVID OSPINA, Arquero (COLOMBIA, Niza) 31-08-1988
74) MEZUT OZIL, Mediocampista (ALEMANIA, Werder Bremen) 15-10-1988
75) ALBERTO PALOSCHI, Delantero (ITALIA, Milan) 04-01-1990
76) GIANNIS PAPADOPOULOS, Mediocampista (GRIEGO, Olympiakos) 09-03-1989
77) ALEXANDRE ‘PATO’, Delantero (BRASIL, Milan) 02-09-1989
78 ) PABLO PIATTI, Delantero (ARGENTINA, Almería) 31-03-1989
79) GERARD PIQUE, Defensa (ESPAÑA, Barcelona) 02-02-1987
80) SEBASTIAN PRODL, Defensa (AUSTRIA, Werder Bremen) 21-06-1987
81) IVAN RAKITIC, Mediocampista (SUIZA, Schalke O4) 10-03-1988
82) AARON RAMSEY, Mediocampista (PAIS DE GALES, Arsenal) 26-12-1990
83) MICAH RICHARDS, Defensa (INGLATERRA, Manchester City) 24-06-1988
84) DIOGO ROSADO, Mediocampista (PORTUGAL, Sporting Lisboa) 21-02-1990
85) MAMADOU SAKHO, Defensa (FRANCIA, PSG) 13-02-1990
86) LASZLO SEPSI, Defensa (RUMANIA, Benfica) 07-06-1987
87) YOUNG-ROK SHIN, Delantero (COREA DEL SUR, Suwon Samsung) 27-03-1987
88 ) ALEXANDRE SONG, Mediocampista (CAMERUN, Arsenal) 09-09-1987
89) BOGDAN STANCU, Delantero (RUMANIA, Steaua Bucarest) 28-06-1987
90) MIRALEM SULEJMANI, Delantero (SERBIA, Ajax) 05-12-1988
91) SAMIR NASRI, Mediocampista (FRANCIA, Arsenal) 26-06-1987
92) STEPHEN SUNDAY ‘SUNNY’, Mediocampista (NIGERIA, Valencia) 17-09-1988
93) MARKEL SUSAETA, Mediocampista (ESPAÑA, Athletic de Bilbao) 14-12-1987
94) THIAGO ALCANTARA, Mediocampista (ITALIA, Barcelona) 11-04-1991
95) ATSUTO UCHIDA, Defensa (JAPON, Kashima Antlers) 27-03-1988
96) JONATHAN URRETAVISCAYA, Delantero (URUGUAY, River Plate) 18-03-1990
97) ANTHONY VAN DEN BORRE, Defensa (RD CONGO, Génova) 24-10-1987
98 ) JAMES VAUGHAN, Delantero (INGLATERRA, Everton) 14-07-1988
99) THEO WALCOTT, Delantero (INGLATERRA, Arsenal) 16-03-1989
100) ALI YAHYA, Delantero (QATAR, Al-Sadd) 20-01-1988

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