Date: 26th June 2011 at 4:49pm
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Recently I wrote an article about cheap talents emerging after the U21 Championships.

This is a similar article (although the U17 World Cup is not over yet) about the bright prospects (in my view) emerging from the U17 World Cup happening in Mexico

1. Fischer (Denmark)

A forward who with his movement, runs and ball control reminded me of the Torres we paid 50 million for. His work ethic too is excellent.

2. Samed Yesil (Germany)

Arguably one of the brightest prospects of the U17 World Cup, Yesil stats` speak volumes about his talent. This centre forward has scored 15 goals in 15 games for the U17s

3. Adryan (Brazil)

An immensely talented winger Adryan showed great potential playing on Brazil’s left hand flank. What excited me even more about this youngster was his link up play and understanding with Piazon

4. Wallace (Brazil)

Brazil`s marauding right back, although his technique and positioning is not the best; he more than makes up for it with his great pace and physicality.

5. Charles (Brazil)

Backup goalkeepers seem to be an issue at Stamford Bridge but this Brazilian U17 no 1 has shown plenty of promise when called upon (which is not that often)

6. Tombides (Australia)

The stand out performer for Australia, this centre forward is strong and has got speed. Has also got a great footballing brain and is willing to track back to help his team defensively.

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