FM 2011 player profile – Vaclav Kadlec
written by Jon Crosby
Age – 18 years old
Position – Striker
Club – Sparta Prague
Nationality – Czech Republic
Value – £975K
Price tag – £975,000 – £1.2 million
Media comparison – dubbed the new Milan Baros
Vaclav Kadlec starting attributes in 2010
If you are currently in season one and using the patch 11.3 this is what Vaclav Kadlec will bring you. First looks is that there is room for improvement but being at the tender age of only 18 he’s got plenty of time to improve for you. Looking at his attributes some key one that stick out are Agility, Acceleration, Off the ball and his Bravery. Looking at the other ones some such as Jumping, Positioning, Concentration and Heading are in need of improvement. Below is what Manchester United’s Antonio Lopez (Judging Player Ability – 20 and Judging Player Potential 18) rates the young Czechoslovakian
Having a look at his potential ability and saying that he isn’t far from having the required potential to be better than Wayne Rooney, that’s got to be good seen as Wayne Rooney is quality! Take a look at the screenshot below to see what he looks like in 2019.
Vaclav Kadlec’s profile in 2019 aged 27
Not a bad improvement as you can see? That was in 2019 in my Ultimate National Challenge save where he is currently playing for Manchester United. I mean I’ve bought him in my Fulham game and I am still in the first year so personally at the moment, I can’t tell you what he needs to improve in based on I am letting him play like he would without having to train on a specific ability to see how he turns out.
Vaclav Kadlec in real life (Taken from Wikipedia)
He made his début for Sparta Prague in 2008 and he managed to score his first league goal at the tender age of 16. Something you may not know is that Kadlec has had a previous trial at Liverpool’s academy in 2007 and I bet they regret not taking him on now! In October 2010 Kadlec made his first appearance for Czech Republic national team against Liechtenstein and he managed to score on his début which has now made him the youngest goalscorer in the Czech Republic National Team History. He was also voted Czech Talent of the Year at the end of 2010.
So is that enough for you to go buy Kadlec or even just have a scout look at him to see what he thinks. In my Fulham save in his first year in the Barclay’s Premiership this is how he is doing, the season is only in early February.