This category will keep your club up to date on some of the most exciting young players in Scandinavia. It gives your club an indication on which players to have an extra focus when scouting on hot prospects in this region. The players will be judged on several criteria’s such as; talent, potential, how they perform etc. The list of players will be updated on a monthly basis. The players who are published on our list are 17 years old or younger.
The team at Scandinavian scouting agency will only publish a short version on the website. For clubs who wants the extended version with scouting reports on individual players could get in touch with us through the contact page.
This list was last updated on 07.09.2012.
1. HERMAN STENGEL – Stabæk Fotball
Date of Birth: 26 August 1995
– Stengel is playing in the middle of the park for a side who is struggling on and off the pitch. Financial worries have been haunting them for a while, but a good thing is that they have been able to hold on to the services of the talented youngster. A lot of responsibility is laid upon his shoulders and I feel he has responded well. His passing and vision is of a high class and with him getting played regularly at the highest level it will only do him good. I`ve got great expectations of the youngster so I am excited to see where he will be playing his football next season.
2. VAJEBAH SAKOR– Asker
Date of Birth: 24 April 1996
– Sakor is a much traveled young man who has been on trials with big clubs such as AC Milan and FC Copenhagen recently. His last stay with FC Copenhagen did him well as he knows what kind of level he needs to be at if he were to join them in the future. Finally back on home turf he is playing regularly for his team Asker in the second division. They got relegated last season, but he got several chances and gained lots of experience there by playing in 1st division (second tier). He is now a regular within the starting eleven and is playing his part for his team who are fighting for automatic promotion. He has taken massive steps into the right direction in developing as a player. His physical advantage has for sure played some part in allowing him to take the steps needed to compete at the level he is doing at the moment. But it is more to him than just pure muscle power. His full register is enormous and if he gets to the right club then we might see a lot more from this young player in the future.
3. JORDAN LARSSON – Högaborg BK
Position: Attacking midfielder/Striker
– By introducing Larsson on the list it is just an example on how we keep monitoring the situations on the youngsters in Scandinavia. Larsson is developing as a player and is now given several opportunities for the first team in 2nd division (4 Tier). He scored his first goal for them a few weeks back which gives you an indication of what he is capable of. The whole package of his performances lately, combined with his talent, is the main reason why he`s entering the list. His achievement at youth level is unquestionable as he has been scoring regularly during the past years. This summer he earned himself a place with the Sweden national team for 15-years old. And just to make a silly comparison; his father, Henrik Larsson, never manage to do the same when he was at the same age. Larsson obviously still has a great deal to learn as a player, but with the right guidance from his father and club I believe we will see a lot more from the player in the future.