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Tuesday, October 2, 2018

Golden Boy 2018: Mbappe, Foden & Alexander-Arnold on 40-man shortlist

Golden Boy 2018: Mbappe, Foden & Alexander-Arnold on 40-man nominees shortlist.



The Golden Boy is an award that is given by sports journalists to a young football player playing in Europe perceived to have been the most impressive during a calendar year (two halves to two separate seasons). All nominees must be under the age of 21 and play in a European nation's top tier.


 World Cup winner Kylian Mbappe could become the first two-time winner after picking up the award last year.
Everton's Tom Davies and Manchester United's summer signing Diogo Dalot also make the 40-man shortlist.


 Full-back Alexander-Arnold, 19, played in Liverpool's Champions League final defeat to Real Madrid last season and was part of Gareth Southgate's England World Cup squad.

Foden, 18, is yet to make his senior England debut, but won the Golden Ball at the Under-17 World Cup last year and scored his first senior goal in Manchester City's Carabao Cup win at Oxford on Wednesday.


 Modric & Marta on Top, The Best FIFA Football Awards 2018 Winners.




Golden Boy 2018, award, Mbappe, Foden, Alexander-Arnold, 40-man, nominees, shortlisted.



Here is the Full list of Golden Boy 2018 Award, the 40-man nominees shortlisted.




1) Trent John ALEXANDER-ARNOLD, LIVERPOOL, West Derby (Liverpool, England), 7 October 1998, English, defender


2) Kelvin Adou AMIAN, TOLOSA, Toulouse (Fra), 8 February 1998, Franco-Ivorian defender


3) Houssem AOUAR, OLYMPIQUE LIONE, Lyon (Fra), 30 June 1998, Franco-Algerian, midfielder


4) Musa BARROW, ATALANTA, Banjul (Gam), 14 November 1998, Gambian, striker


5) Justin BIJLOW, FEYENOORD, Rotterdam (Ola), 22 January 1998, Dutch, goalkeeper


6) Josip BREKALO, WOLFSBURG, Zagreb (Cro), 23 June 1998, Croatian, forward


7) Patrick CUTRONE, MILAN, Como (Italy), 2 January 1998, Italian, forward


8) Daniel Carvajal DANI OLMO, DINAMO ZAGABRIA, Terrassa (Spa), 7 May 1998, Spanish, forward


9) Thomas DAVIES, EVERTON, Liverpool (Eng), June 30th 1998, English, midfielder


10) Matthijs DE LIGT, AJAX, Leiderdorp (Ola), 12 August 1999, Dutch defender


11) Moussa DIABY, PARIS SAINT-GERMAIN, Paris (Fra), 7 July 1999, Franco-Ivorian, attacking


12) José Teixeira DIOGO DALOT, MANCHESTER UNITED, Braga (Por), 18 March 1999, Portuguese midfielder


13) Moussa DJENEPO, STANDARD LIEGI, Bamako (Mli), 15 June 1998, Maliano, midfielder


14) Ritsu DOAN, GRONINGEN, Amagasaki (Gia), 16 June 1998, Japanese, forward


15) Gabriel ÉDER MILITÃO, PORTO, Sertãozinho (SP, Bra), 18 January 1998, Brazilian defender


16) Odsonne ÉDOUARD, CELTIC GLASGOW, Kourou (Guyana, Fra), 16 January 1998, Franco-Guyanese, striker


17) Ferreira da Silva EVANDER, MIDTJYLLAND, Rio de Janeiro (Bra), 9 June 1998, Brazilian,
forward


18) Philip Walter FODEN, MANCHESTER CITY, Stockport (Eng), 28 May 2000, English, midfielder


19) Achraf Mouh HAKIMI, BORUSSIA DORTMUND, Madrid (Spa), 4 November 1998, Hispano-
Moroccan, defender


20) Amadou HAIDARA, RED BULL SALZBURG, Bamako (Mli), 31 January 1998, Maliano, midfielder


21) Siqueira JOÃO FÉLIX, BENFICA, Viseu (Por), 10 November 1999, Portuguese, midfielder


22) João Pedro Neves Filipe JOTA, BENFICA, Lisbon (Por), March 30, 1999, Portuguese, forward


23) Eduardo Borges JOVANE CABRAL, SPORTING LISBON, Assomada (CPV), 14 June 1998,
Cape Verdean, striker


24) Dejan JOVELJIC, STELLA ROSSA, Bijeljina (Bos), 7 August 1999, Bosnian Serb, striker


25) Boubacar KAMARA, OLYMPIQUE MARSEILLE, Marseille (Fra), 23 November 1999, Franco-Mauritanian, defender


26) Moise Bioty KEAN, JUVENTUS, Vercelli (Ita), 28 February 2000, Italo-Ivoriano, striker


27) Abdoulaye Jules KEITA, DIGIONE, Conakry (Gui), 20 July 1998, guineano, striker


28) Justin KLUIVERT, ROME, Zaandam (Ola), May 5, 1999, Dutch-Surinamese, striker


29) Alban LAFONT, FIORENTINA, Ouagadougou (Buf), 23 January 1999, franco-burkinabé, portierte


30) Manuel Alonso MANU GARCIA, TOLOSA, Oviedo (Spa), 2 January 1998, Spanish midfielder


31) Kylian Sanmi Lottin MBAPPÉ, PARIS SAINT-GERMAIN, Bondy (Fra), 20 December 1998,
Franco-Cameroonian, striker


32) Pietro PELLEGRI, AS MONACO, Genoa (Ita), March 17, 2001, Italian, striker


33) Christian Mate PULISIC, BORUSSIA DORTMUND, Hershey (PA, Usa), September 18, 1998, US-Croatian midfielder


34) Marcelo Josemir Pintos SARACCHI, RB LIPSIA, Paysandú (Uru), 23 April 1998, Italian-Uruguayan, defender


35) Ismaila SARR, RENNES, Saint-Louis (Sen), 25 February 1998, Senegalese, attacking


36) Dayotchanculle Oswald UPAMECANO, RB LIPSIA, Évreux (Fra), 27 October 1998, Franco-Guinean, Defender


37) José Paixão de Oliveira VINICIUS JUNIOR, REAL MADRID, San Gonçalo (Bra), 12 July 2000, Brazilian, forward


38) Moussa WAGUÉ, BARCELONA, Bignona (Senegal), 4 October 1998, Senegalese, defender


39) Timothy Tarpeh WEAH, PARIS SAINT-GERMAIN, New York (USA), 22 February 2000, Franco-American, striker


40) Nicolò ZANIOLO, ROMA, Massa (Italy), 2 July 1999, Italian, midfielder






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