García, Guðmundsson, and a boy named Basil: UEFA U-19 EURO, Matchday 2
Plus details of a lanky Norwegian who's really good, and more.
Lemon sorbet tastes good! We’re enjoying this U-19 EURO. Some of the games have been difficult to watch at times, but, without trying to sound like Jake Humphrey of Bamzooki fame, it’s all about the mindset. Our mindset is focussed on all the new players we’re watching.
The bitesize Mediterranean archipelago of Malta, they have a few interesting ones; this Poland team has showcased the currently-out-of-contract quality of Kacper Urbański; Iceland were a complete unknown to us; Greece have the exciting Stefanos Tzimas; even the powerhouses have prospects that we’ve never watched before. If you love finding new players, then this is the tournament for you.
Indeed, if you love learning about up-and-coming young talents from around the world of football, SCOUTED Notebook is the place for you.
Matchday two had plenty riding on it. Three of the eight teams had an opportunity to guarantee a place in the semi-finals, and there was an exciting match-up between Portugal and Italy on the cards.
Want to know which players impressed? Read on…
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