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Scout92
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Post #1
Tuesday December 24, 2013 6:38pm

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Been following this kid awhile, I knew he was supposed to sign with a top European academy when he turned 14 in 2013. He has trained all over Europe at about every top academy, he is defiantly a hot commodity around Europe. Oh and he favorites to play for US.

I fond this: http://www.football-talents.co.uk/Badr_Seyam-...

Not sure if he is with Porto or not, just seeing if anyone else has other conformation.

admsghs27
Post #2
Tuesday December 24, 2013 7:51pm

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Original post from Scout92

Been following this kid awhile, I knew he was supposed to sign with a top European academy when he turned 14 in 2013. He has trained all over Europe at about every top academy, he is defiantly a hot commodity around Europe. Oh and he favorites to play for US.

I fond this: http://www.football-talents.co.uk/Badr_Seyam-...

Not sure if he is with Porto or not, just seeing if anyone else has other conformation.


Last i heard Arsenal was going to sign him once eligible, also Real Madrid. Not sure where he ended up signing. Good core of players around that age coming up for usa tho, Badr, Lederman, Pynadath, cash wallace, taitague ext.. Lets see where they stand a couple yrs from now. I predicted by 2018 at least 1 American will be starting and making big waves for a top 10 club in the world between the ages of 18-24. For example look at adnan januzaj in man u only 18 and is playing good.

2tone
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Post #3
Tuesday December 24, 2013 8:36pm

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Another kid to keep an eye on is Ryan Palmbaum. He is currently with the Estudiantes academy in Argentina. He has been playing really well as a FWD, and garnering a lot of attention with the coaching staff. The next U-17 cycle is going to be stacked with attacking talent.

Scout92
Lone Star State(Gun State)
Post #4
Tuesday December 24, 2013 8:38pm

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Yeah I saw he was at arsenal and Madrid last training, arsenal is unlikely because he does not have a EU passport. Porto is the latest thing I fond on him.

2tone
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Post #5
Tuesday December 24, 2013 8:41pm

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Badr is a '99, so in all reality he should be playing with this current crop of U-17's. He will be 1 year to old for the next crop. Hopefully he gets some attention from Richie Williams.

Scout92
Lone Star State(Gun State)
Post #6
Tuesday December 24, 2013 8:42pm

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Original post from 2tone

Another kid to keep an eye on is Ryan Palmbaum. He is currently with the Estudiantes academy in Argentina. He has been playing really well as a FWD, and garnering a lot of attention with the coaching staff. The next U-17 cycle is going to be stacked with attacking talent.


Yeah heard this kid is skilled, also hear he is better than lederman.

Seyam is in that odd year and wont be in the next cycle after 2015. He would have to be called up this cycle.

lederman and Pynadath will be in that next cycle tho.

Scout92
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Post #7
Tuesday December 24, 2013 8:44pm

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Original post from 2tone

Badr is a '99, so in all reality he should be playing with this current crop of U-17's. He will be 1 year to old for the next crop. Hopefully he gets some attention from Richie Williams.


Guess we were typing at the same time haha.

And yeah I've been wondering why he hasn't been called up yet. Too many top academies chasing this kid not to give him a call.

dolcem
Post #8
Tuesday December 24, 2013 8:47pm

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Original post from 2tone

Another kid to keep an eye on is Ryan Palmbaum. He is currently with the Estudiantes academy in Argentina. He has been playing really well as a FWD, and garnering a lot of attention with the coaching staff. The next U-17 cycle is going to be stacked with attacking talent.


Oh man that sounds awesome.

Where do you guys get this information? On American kids playing in foreign youth academies?
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Scout92
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Post #9
Tuesday December 24, 2013 8:51pm

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Original post from dolcem

Oh man that sounds awesome.

Where do you guys get this information? On American kids playing in foreign youth academies?


USAprospects on twitter is a great source, other than that I do my own searching.

admsghs27
Post #10
Tuesday December 24, 2013 9:09pm

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Yup it seems like everyday a new prospects playing abroad comes up. And not just abroad here in the states we have some very hot prospects that are considered better than some of the ones abroad.

2tone
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Post #11
Tuesday December 24, 2013 9:19pm

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Two players that should be in Richie's plans going forward during this cycle are Badr and Cash Wallace.

Scout92
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Post #12
Tuesday December 24, 2013 10:33pm

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Original post from 2tone

Two players that should be in Richie's plans going forward during this cycle are Badr and Cash Wallace.


Agree. I would add Kai Koreniuk as well tho. Leading scorer for Vitesse u17s.

2tone
Ten-Towns
Post #13
Tuesday December 24, 2013 10:50pm

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Yeah I heard that Kai kid is really good.

Scout92
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Post #14
Tuesday December 24, 2013 11:09pm

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Yeah I was going to say Albelo too after his success at hoffenheim, but I'm waiting to see how his move to Kaiserslautern works out...good player tho.

soccerboy-1983
Baumholder, Germasny
Post #15
Wednesday December 25, 2013 6:39pm

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Speaking of Albelo hearing good things here about him. Also FCK has two other guys bhenjamin Taylor and this bell kid both have american fathers and german mothers so are dual citizens. They have been making good strides with the u-19 club.