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[video] Madin Mohammed 6 year old Watch

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    Video appears to be 2 years old but this is the first I've seen of it. If you haven't seen it I'll let the video speak for itself

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V0oNN...ure=grec_index
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    I've seen this once before and I've gotta say that this kid has crazy potential... Rofl at some of youtube comments though. .
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    OMG That kid does it like a pro.
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    The more media attention he gets the more he'll be on the "bigger" clubs radar - I think with all the media coverage and connections between footballing nations especially now in 2010 he wont be one to slip and not make it big.
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    (Original post by n1r4v)
    Video is 2 years old.
    Yeah I dont expect clubs to snap him up at 6 or even 8 years of age O_o..i'm talking about when he gets to 14, 15, 16...when he's old enough to make the decision if he wants to be a footballer.
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    (Original post by n1r4v)
    He's already on big clubs' "radars", I meant your first post didn't make much sense.
    It was mainly aimed at Annoying - Mouse, I should've quoted him.
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    (Original post by Annoying-Mouse)
    He most likely won't make it. The number of talented people at that age increases dramatically, from what I've seen most people peak around then. There have been previous 'young footballers' (see freedy adu) and not many of them can even make it to amateur leagues. He just seems to be far more specialist than your average footballer is supposed to be. His 15 minutes of fame is slowly coming to an end. He could become like John Farnworth (profession football freestyler) but another Zidane or Cristiano ronaldo (which he seems to be compared to) most likely not. I would argue that these two have more of a chance:


    What the **** why are these six year olds better than me? I think overall these kids have similar potential I mean compared to the six year olds they're taking on in these videos they're head and shoulders above the learning curve. The guy in the first vid you posted looks like he'd make an amazing striker... one who keeps it simply yet effective where as the other two seem to favor technique/trickery but I think overall they all have the same potential. Of course been compared to Zidane as a six year old is a bit too much I mean a lot can happen in the next few years :P
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    That song was in Oceans Twelve, I've always thought it sounded cool.
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    (Original post by Annoying-Mouse)
    He most likely won't make it. The number of talented people at that age increases dramatically, from what I've seen most people peak around then. There have been previous 'young footballers' (see freedy adu) and not many of them can even make it to amateur leagues. He just seems to be far more specialist than your average footballer is supposed to be. His 15 minutes of fame is slowly coming to an end. He could become like John Farnworth (profession football freestyler) but another Zidane or Cristiano ronaldo (which he seems to be compared to) most likely not. I would argue that these two have more of a chance:
    I remember Freddy Adu, is he still around? I remember he had a trial for MAN UTD, but didn't make it. He looked good in the MLS though, but then again I would probably look good in the MLS :lol:
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    The next Zidane lol
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    (Original post by Annoying-Mouse)
    He most likely won't make it. The number of talented people at that age increases dramatically, from what I've seen most people peak around then. There have been previous 'young footballers' (see freedy adu) and not many of them can even make it to amateur leagues. He just seems to be far more specialist than your average footballer is supposed to be. His 15 minutes of fame is slowly coming to an end. He could become like John Farnworth (profession football freestyler) but another Zidane or Cristiano ronaldo (which he seems to be compared to) most likely not. I would argue that these two have more of a chance:


    Hmm, I agree - but tbh you'd never know what his potential and desires about football really is. A few videos of youtube cant really determine what potential he has to be a footballer or a freestyler. He's what 8 years old now? You dont expect him to have that footballing knowledge or playmaking skills of a Zidane just yet - but the fact that he's got an interest in football and with the media attention he gets in his own country will do wanders for him. I think if his family really push him and whatnot and he develops an interest of the "footballing" style of the game then he can very well be big what with the raw ability he has at the moment.

    Freddy Adu well I think he got a bit complacent which without a good support system can happen.
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    kerlon anyone? he had a lot of hype and is now on the books of Inter.
 
 
 
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