Yesterday the IBWM published the 100 most exciting young footballers from around the world for 2014. Hungary has two players in the standings: András Radó (Szombathelyi Haladás) and Kenny Otigba (Heerenveen).
The IBWM monitor hundreds of players across the globe and talk to coaches, scouts, managers, journalists and fans. The process of identifying exactly who should be included in The IBWM 100 never ends.
Players from 46 nations make up The IBWM 100 for 2014, playing in 31 different countries. Some nationalities are represented for the first time, as are several leagues new to The 100. It has taken a while to have a valid inclusion but the IBWM are delighted to see the MLS in there for the first time, for example.
On the list of the 100 most exciting young footballers we can find on the list for example Neymar (Barcelona), Adnan Januzaj (Manchester United), David Alaba (Bayern München), Mario Götze (Bayern München), Paul Pogba (Juventus) and two Hungarian fottball players:
András Radó was born in 1993 in Pápa (Hungary) and he plays in forward position for Szombathelyi Haladás (Hungary). In the 2012–13 season he had 7 goals and 7 assists. In this season with Haladás he scored already 10 goals in 17 match.
Kenneth Karim Otigba alias Kenny Otigba was born in 1992 in Kaduna (Nigeria). He palys for SC Heerenveen (Netherlands) as a centre back. He made his debut for the senior team in 2012. In this season (2013-2014), he became a regular starter in the first 11.
Check here the best 100 young players: http://inbedwithmaradona.com/journal/2013/12/18/ibwm100-for-2014
Photo: nb1.hu, sc-heerenveen.nl