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XI of the next footballing stars

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XI of the future. BeSoccer

XI of the next footballing stars

BeSoccer by BeSoccer @besoccer_com - 0 4,316

During the last few days, we have been presenting customised performance reports of 11 youngsters that, according to ProFootballDB's capacity meters and statistics, could well form the dominant lineup for the next decade. We review their strengths and numbers.

Over the last eleven days we have been publishing a series of customised reports about players whose future is more than exciting. What's more, most of them have already given a good account of what they can do. All with one intention: to build what could be the perfect eleven of the future

With them you could have a lineup called to lead the next decade, since their quality is beyond doubt, their youth even more so and the performance indicators recorded in ProFootballDB clearly indicate that they have everything in their hands (and on their feet) to be benchmarks of world football.

The ELO ranking system (the standardised measure for measuring performance in some sports), key passes, crosses in the box, tackles, goals, assists and other parameters that regulate the most objective data on player performance have been the criteria used. To these are added that subjectivity so necessary in football when opting for those who stand out at an early age. 

Donnarumma in goals; Dest and Davies the fullbacks, with De Ligt and Kouassi at CB; Camavinga and Tonali just sitting behind Joao Félix in CAM; and a front three of Jadon Sancho on the right, Havertz on the left, and Haaland up top. That is our lineup.

We are talking about a team of 6 right footed players and 4 left footed players  (Davies, Camavinga, Havertz, and Haaland), with an average age of 19.09 years distributed among the Bundesliga (4), Serie A (3), Ligue 1 (2), La Liga (1) and the Eredivisie (1). All except Kouassi and Camavinga are full internationals and play for nine different countries: France, Italy, England, Germany, Portugal, the Netherlands, the United States, Canada, and Norway. 

Donnarumma, a young prodigy

Dest, a very unusual full back

De Ligt, a multi functional head

Kouassi, a central defender who is as cool as a cucumber

Davies, perseverance personified

Tonali, elegance and aggression

Camavinga, an undeniable talent

Sancho, impossible not to fall in love with him

Joao Felix slaloms past defenders

Kai Havertz, a Leverkusen star

 Haaland, the goalscoring machine






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