Date: 26th June 2011 at 3:02pm
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Now that the U21 Championships are done and dusted (Spain won by the way) I would like to highlight some of the players who are possible and maybe probable future stars!

I am not talking about the Shaquiris and Eriksens who are already carrying £15 million + price-tags but the lesser known players who have it in them to make it big (in my view at least)

1. Thomas Peckhart (Czech Republic)

Peckhart played a deep lying striker role for the Czechs. Although he did not start every game whenever he was playing he seemed self assured and confident. Has a great touch and scored to seal England`s fate

2. Nicolai Jorgensen( Denmark)

A similar player to Peckhart in many ways Jorgensen caught my eye for his unselfish and precise passing as well as good finishing

3. Bashkim Kadrii (Denmark)

Although technically a midfielder Kadrii seems to have all the traits of a striker. He has got great pace, can beat players and is always looking to go forward

4. Johann Gudmunsson (Iceland)

A forward who can also play on the wing Gudmunsson’s main strengths were pace and dribbling skills. Although not the best defensively he offers width and creativity in attack.

5. Skavysh (Belarus)

A highly underrated player, Skavysh is a great centre-forward. Has pace, strength, and great finishing

6. Innocent Emeghara (Switzerland)

Another winger who has great pace and even better work ethic. His performance against Iceland earned him a man-of-the-match award.

7 Frank Fielding (England)

The only goalkeeper on this list, Fielding seemed to be a confident and agile keeper who made a number of great saves throughout the tournament (especially against the Czech Republic)

These are great talents and I would love to see Chelsea sign any number of them. They are guaranteed to be relatively cheap and don`t represent much of a risk. In my view they are world class material and Chelsea should investigate them for the future

Your thoughts are welcome…



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