Albert is a Slovakian international currently playing at Real Salt Lake City in the MLS. He started his career at Manchester City before being loaned out to Oldham and Birmingham City. He signed for the Eredivise side FC Groningen in 2015 and his move away from the Ethiad saw him play a pivotal role for Groningen scoring two goals in the KNVB Cup Final to secure the clubs first piece of silverware.
Alex joined Southampton at the age of seven and made his debut for the 1st team aged 16 and helped them gain promotion to the Championship and was named in the PFA League One Team of the Year after scoring 9 goals. Alex joined Arsenal in 2011 and has gone on to win three FA Cups. He made his England Debut in 2012 and has gone on to score 5 goals in 24 caps.Alex joined Liverpool on Deadline day in 2017.
Daniel began his career at AFC Wimbledon. The 19-year-old made real strides for their U21 side scoring 29 goals in the 14/15 season. The powerful centre forward attracted a lot of attention from Premier League clubs and moved for Burnley in the summer of 2016. He subsequently loaned out to Coventry where he has continued his goal scoring form before being recalled to Burnley. He made his first team debut in March 2017 against Liverpool at Anfield in a 2-1 loss.
David is a modern, marauding right back who looks to get forward where possible but knows his job defensively. Having progressed through the Watford Academy from U9’s through to the first team, an exciting future lies ahead for David.
Domingos is one of the world’s leading talents who comes from a strong footballing pedigree. His father Samuel represented the Portugal national team and had a strong career with Benfica. Domingos joined Chelsea from Benfica in 2013 before moving to West Ham in May 2016. He made his debut for the first team at 16 years old in the Europa league against NK Domzale. He has presented Portugal U18 and won the UEFA European U17 Championship in May 2016.
Layton has made some impressive appearances for Leicester U23’s and in the the UEFA Champions League Youth League.
Marcel Lavinier is a rising star in the hugely successful Chelsea academy. Marcel is extremely versatile having played, centre back, right back and midfield for Chelsea U16’s and has also proudly received five caps for England U17’s. Born and raised in Kensington, Marcel has spent the last 8 seasons at his hometown club, he is a natural leader with strong tactical and technical abilities and has a bright future ahead of him.
Martell is a striker who has been capped for England at U16, U17 and U18 level. After a successful finish to the 2016/17 season with Chelsea he picked up winners medals in both the FA Youth Cup and U18 Premier League. Martell then went on to claim more silverware with England by winning the Toulon Tournament in June 2017.
Marvin is winger for Middlesbrough F.C. His career in football started in non league with Solihull Moors before joining Motherwell in the SPL in 2015. He moved to Oxford United where he made 59 appearances, scoring 6 goals. He moved to Middlesbrough on deadline day in September 2017 and made a goal scoring debut against Bolton.
Raheem was born in Kingston Jamaica and moved over to England at the age of five. He joined the QPR academy in 2003 and seven years there until signing for Liverpool. Raheem made his first team debut at 17 years old and was the 3rd youngest player in the clubs history. In 2015 he signed for Manchester City for a record transfer fee for an English player.
Reece is one of the finest prospects in English Football. He is the youngest player in West Ham’s history having made his 1st team debut at the age of 16 years and 198 days and is the 2nd youngest player to ever play in the Premier League, starring in a 2-0 man of the match performance away to Arsenal at the Emirates. Reece is currently on loan to Reading developing under the watchful eye of former Man United centre back, Jaap Stam.