10) Anderson Brazilian star Anderson had the world at his feet when he busted into the limelight in 2006 with Porto. The talented Brazilian was then snapped up at Manchester united where he would go on to win the prestigious Golden boy award in 2008. However, proved to be the peak of Anderson's football career as poor diet, laziness and Injury saw him fade off a few years later.
Japanese side Vissel Kobe have announced the signing of Bojan Krkic this morning. The 30-year-old has finally secured his return to football by joining Vissel Kobe, where he will reunite with former Barcelona team-mate Andres Iniesta. Despite being touted as the next big thing in football after a breakthrough first season at Barcelona, Bojan failed to reach expected heights and this article explores the La Masia graduate's rough career path.
Over the years, there have been many players that have impressed so much in their youth years that the media goes overboard and start drawing comparisons and calling these young players, "The Next Messi." Most of these young players don't live up to the hype and eventually disappear from the spotlight.
There are many examples of players with huge talent that ruined their careers. The most vivid ones are Mario Balotelli, Antonio Cassano, Bojan Krkic, Adriano of course, Valeri Bozhinov. I read some examples here with Shevchenko, Kaka, Torres but I think that they will remain great players, although they made some bad decisions in some periods of their careers. Their accomplishments and careers will remain legendary as a whole, even for Torres who is an icon at Atletico Madrid. 1. Mario Balotelli - what can we
Not many players can claim to ever play with Messi and Peter Crouch, but former Barcelona player Bojan Krkic can claim that, and his story of not hitting full potential is one of the infamous discussions in the world of football. Beginning graciously as a talented and skilled boy with the mind to show the world his gifts, Bojan Krkic made his debut for Barcelona at the age of 17, where they were already weighty expectations of the 17-year-old raw talent, but reasons why he never made a breakthrough in the industry is yet to be discovered by fans and pundits of the game.
According to AS, Barcelona youngster Gavi would be promoted immediately from Juvenil A to the first team. It's huge news since just a few young people get the chance to skip the intermediate B team. The 17-year-old La Masia product has already made his Ronald Koeman side debut.
Pedri’s journey has been quite something. A year back, he arrived in Barcelona thinking he’ll do pre-season and then leave on loan for more minutes/experience. Lo & behold, today, he has cemented his spot in the team and is labeled by many as the favorite for the Golden Boy Award.
Not Messi, See The Player Who's Still The Youngest To Score His First Goal For Barcelona In La Liga.
The current Barcelona team may not be as deadly or scary as they were before, but there's no doubt they are still one of the greatest football club in history.
17 years old Bayern Munich wonderkid Jamal Musiala is currently the man of the moment, and he has barely been out of the spotlight this season.
Promising teenagers happen to be one of the most exciting parts of being a football fan. Signs of greatness can emerge from the very beginnings, as shown by some of the older players on the list. Hence, we decided to rank the top 5 players to open their Champions League account before turning 18. 5. Bojan Krkic 17 years, 218 days Coming out of the La Masia academy as one of it’s brightest prospects, Bojan never truly managed to hit the peak. Considering the amount of talent at the Spaniard’s disposal, it’s
You must be wondering, who, why, when, how but as a matter of fact it's true. Lionel Messi played with his cousin in FC Barcelona. Now the big question is who?... Bojan Krkic!. The name surely rings a bell if you are truly a Barcelona fan and only few players knows this secret.. So let's keep it a secret, OK?. But how are they connected?,well their respective grandfathers were as a matter of fact brothers and that makes Messi and Bojan second cousins, plus if you look at them closely you will see the resemblance.
Bojan began his career at Barcelona after progressing through the youth ranks at La Masia His early promise saw him make his first-team debut at the age of 17 years and 19 days, breaking the record set by Lionel Messi In his debut season he scored 12 goals in 48 matches. In total, he spent four seasons at Camp Nou, scoring 41 goals in 162 games before he was sold in July 2011 to Italian side Roma for a fee of €12 million. While in Rome he scored seven goals in 37 appearances in 2011-12 and then spent
Ansu Fati has been steadily breaking records since appearing, both with Barcelona and with the Spanish national team, with numbers exceeding those of Leo Messi when he entered the professional scene. Against Valencia he achieved another feat, becoming Barcelona's player with the most goals before the age of 19, with 13 goals.
Where are they now? Here we mention to you what befell the main 6 youthful stars who were tipped to turn into the following Lionel Messi. Anybody even remotely keen on football will know precisely who Lionel Messi is. The Argentine has astonished fans with his inherent abilities throughout the years, setting records no one accepted conceivable. On account of Messi's remarkable abilities, Barcelona have delighted in too much of greatness as the years progressed. Around 33 trophies have come to Camp Nou,
There are some talented players who were once touted as the next Lionel Messi, some of these players started their career with good performance with their Club, Bojan Krkic is one of the few players that were once called the next Lionel Messi, he started his career at Barcelona but he didn't have the kind of career he would have wanted at the Club because he wasn't consistent enough, he was loaned to another Club few seasons after he made his debut at Barcelona, when he came back from loan he didn't get enough
Barcelona football club of Spain midfielder has continued to make waves for the Catalan club as he becomes the fourth youngest player to score in the club history in the La Liga Santander. The Spanish midfielder, who joined Barcelona in 2020 from Las Palmas for a fee of about five million Euros, achieved the feat when he scored in Barcelona's 5-2 victory over Real Betis on Saturday at the age of 17 years and 348 days. He became the fourth Barcelona player to score before celebrating his 18th birthday following
Top five football youngsters that failed to live up to expectations. There have been many great footballers over all the ages the likes of Lionel messi, christano Ronaldo, Wayne Rooney e.tc have all lived up to expectations, but yet so many who have been touted to wear the crowns of Messi and Ronaldo have failed to make it big. Here are top ten players and their clubside. 1) Bojan krkic - ( PREVIOUSLY: Barcelona and Spain. CURRENTLY: Montreal impact) :- Bojan krkic who currently plies his trade at the mls,
The objective is among another two that assumed a significant part as the Canadian side eventually fixed an end of the season games place. Previous Chelsea striker Didier Drogba observed Victor Wanyama's second-half objective in their 3-2 success against D.C. Joined on Sunday. Wanyama scored the second objective that tallied large for Montreal Impact, who at long last fixed an end of the season games place on 'choice day', while Bojan Krkic and Romell Quioto were different scorers. In a tweet answering to
We all know about Lionel Messi he is a great player, a role model, and the best in the world. But here are some interesting facts about Lionel Messi 1.Messi on his father's side is from the north Adriatic marche region of Italy while on his mother side is Italian he is a citizen of Argentina by birth. 2. He started soccer at age 4 when he joined his local club Grandoli which his father coached. 3. His maternal grandma always accompanied him to train or play matches when she died he celebrates her by pointing
With his victor at the passing against Atalanta, Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting has made a stride towards joining Xherdan Shaqiri, Marko Arnautovic and Bojan Krkic in the lofty rundown of players who have both won a Champions League award and played their football at the bet365 Stadium in a similar lifetime. While we can just guess whether the following year's competition will see Kevin Wimmer or Geoff Cameron perform comparative heroics, Choupo-Moting's authority's thing of a major event objective is in no way,