Vela, Dos Santos, Bueno, Marcelo, Pato, Aguera: The U20 begins

The U20 World Cup begins in Canada today with 24 teams representing soccer’s future stars. From Diego Maradona to Ronaldinho, Van Basten to Figo the U20 has thrown up many of soccer’s superstars.
Arsenal fans will get to see one of their teen sensations, Carlos Vela who should be back at the Emirates next season. Vela, Giovanni Dos Santos, and Cesar Villaluz, Mexico’s heroes in their championships winning U17 squad are back for the U20 edition. They will be challenged by Spain, Brazil, and Argentina. Spain is the 2006 UEFA U20 champion and we will get to see the talent of Real’s Albertio Bueno and Juan Manuel Mata. On display will be goalkeeper Adan who was a standout in the UEFA U20. He could well be Spain’s next Iker Casillas Real’s youth system gives the Spain squad potentially five starters.
Brazil is led by Alexandre Pato De Silva, Internacional’s star and the subject of transfer talks with Chelsea. Pato and Roberto Carlos’ heir apparent Marcelo anchor a strong Brazilian side. Brazil has had four previous successes. In fact, Marcelo would probably have started in the Copa America squad but the soccer pundits felt he is better of in Canada. He is expected to solve the Brazilian problems at left back. Luiz Adriano previoulsy with Internacional and now Shakhtar Donetsk should pair up with Pato to form a dangerous one-two. Internacional won the 2006 Club World Championship beating Barca on the strength of the Adriano goal. Liverpool fans would have been eagerly following Lucas Leiva, a promising prospect in midfield, set to join Anfield this season, except that he is out for at least three weeks with an injury.
Argentina is led by the sensational Sergio “Kun” Aguera who has already starred in some big Atletico Madrid wins. With Fernando Torres set to leave for Liverpool, Atletico’s attack will have to rely on him even more. For company Aguera is led up front with Mauro Zarate. The midfield is anchored by Ever Banega, Fernando Gago’s stand in at Boca. Liverpool fans will also be tracking defender Emiliano Insua, on a 2006 transfer to Anfield.
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3 comments on “Vela, Dos Santos, Bueno, Marcelo, Pato, Aguera: The U20 begins
  1. I think this is going to be an exited u-20 world Cup. The future stars of soccer are going to be showed. And it might sound crazy but with the talent of Mexican players are showing it wouldnt’t surprise me if Mexico end up as Champion of the world. Why not, we already took the U-17 championship and this Team is vased on those champions like Patricio Araujo, Omar ezparza, Alex Aldrete, Cesar Villa Luz, Carlos Vela. and of course our Prodigy Boy Giovanni Dos Santos.

  2. I think this is going to be an exited u-20 world Cup. The future stars of soccer are going to be showed. And it might sound crazy but with the talent of Mexican players are showing it wouldnt’t surprise me if Mexico end up as Champion of the world. Why not, we already took the U-17 championship and this Team is vased on those champions like Patricio Araujo, Omar ezparza, Alex Aldrete, Cesar Villa Luz, Carlos Vela. and of course our Prodigy Boy Giovanni Dos Santos.

  3. I think this is going to be an exited u-20 world Cup. The future stars of soccer are going to be showed. And it might sound crazy but with the talent of Mexican players are showing it wouldnt’t surprise me if Mexico end up as Champion of the world. Why not, we already took the U-17 championship and this Team is vased on those champions like Patricio Araujo, Omar ezparza, Alex Aldrete, Cesar Villa Luz, Carlos Vela. and of course our Prodigy Boy Giovanni Dos Santos.

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