Alphonso Davies, 17 years old, Vancouver Whitecaps By Fabrizio Gabrielli Alphonso Davies’s story – from being the son of refugees to become the youngest footballer to ever debut with the National Canadian Team – isn’t just a beautiful tale of integration. It’s also an example of how in certain well-organized environments (the MLS), a […]
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Ryan Sessegnon, 18 May 2000, Fulham by Daniele V. Morrone Not yet of legal age, Ryan Sessegnon already has a cult player following and with Fulham he has amazed even those who did not know his name because they do not follow international youth tournaments. To the tune of substantial goals, Sessegnon helped Fulham achieve the historic record of […]
Wyscout as a research tool by Daniele Manusia It is a generally accepted opinion that this is the age of football on YouTube. A new footballer arrives on a team and the fans go to YouTube to look for skills&goals videos. This is normal. But it is also widely agreed that in order to understand […]
Leon Bailey By Dario Saltari Leon Bailey seems like a very determined lad. Despite being just twenty years old, he talks like an adult, with a rhetoric in Cristiano Ronaldo style (“Hard work and dedication lets you achieve your goals“), and there are various rumours surrounding him. Arriving from Jamaica at 14 years of age […]
L’Ultimo Uomo analyzed for Wyscout Blog the most surprising U21 talents all over the world. The 1st article is dedicated to Italian Serie A. Pietro Pellegri – 16 years old – Genoa Pietro Pellegri is 16 years old and has destroyed several age records in Serie A: youngest rookie, third youngest scorer, and youngest brace scorer. The […]