FM 2014 Player Profile – Harry Kane

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fm 2014 player profile of harry kane

Harry Kane

Age: 19

Position: ST

Role: target man / complete forward / advanced forward / poacher / false nine

Club: Tottenham

Nationality: English

Value: £2.8 million

Price tag: £7 million (in patch 14.3.0)

CA: 123 / PA: -8 (between 130-160)

Harry Kane profile in 2013 (after starting new game, version 14.3.0)

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Harry Kane profile aged 26 in the year 2020

harry kane fm 2014 future profile

Harry Kane career history until 2020

harry kane fm 2014 career stats

This FM 2014 player profile of Harry Kane shows a very promising English striker, one that made good progress in Football Manager 2014 despite being frustrated of first team football. This kid is a striker that can cover almost any role in that position, he is both strong and quick, decent on the ball and a true leader. Tottenham want 7.5 million for him at the start of the game, I guess you should wait before making a bid because the price might drop.

Spurs didn’t do a good job with this kid in my test save, they loaned him out all over the place, then kept him as a bench warmer for a season before offloading him to Everton for a ridiculously low fee. Great bargain for the Toffees though as Kane immediately turned on the goal scoring for them, bagging as many as 20 in a season. Moreover, he even managed to break into the England set up, scoring 7 in 12 appearances.

Considering his career history in my test save I think he can become even better than this, so keep an eye on him and buy him as soon as the asking price drops.

Harry Kane Age: 19 Position: ST Role: target man / complete forward / advanced forward / poacher / false nine Club: Tottenham Nationality: English Value: £2.8 million Price tag: £7 million (in patch 14.3.0) CA: 123 / PA: -8 (between 130-160) Harry Kane profile in 2013 (after starting new game, version 14.3.0) Harry Kane profile aged 26 in the year 2020 Harry Kane career history until 2020 This FM 2014 player profile of Harry Kane shows a very promising English striker, one that made good progress in Football Manager 2014 despite being frustrated of first team football. This kid is a striker that can cover almost any role in that position, he is both strong and quick, decent on the ball and a true leader. Tottenham want 7.5 million for him at the start of the game, I guess you should wait before making a bid because the price might drop. Spurs didn't do a good job with this kid in my test save, they loaned him out all over the place, then kept him as a bench warmer for a season before offloading him to Everton for a ridiculously low fee. Great bargain for the Toffees though as Kane immediately turned on the goal scoring for them, bagging as many as 20 in a season. Moreover, he even managed to break into the England set up, scoring 7 in 12 appearances. Considering his career history in my test save I think he can become even better than this, so keep an eye on him and buy him as soon as the asking price drops.

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Miles 'Uni' Smith
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I’m glad you’ve shown me this profile. Normally the progress Tottenham’s youth make isn’t worth my time so I end up simply offloading them, even Caulker last year who I thought would be promising didn’t really improve enough to break into the team with the talent I brought in (sold him for a bundle though).

Will definitely be investing time in this guy.

Daniel Johnsson
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He´s one of my regulars when i manage a lower league team up through the divisions and he have been so since FM 2012. Harry´s a decent lad but up around Championship level he usually runs out of luck. Never really got the lift needed for the last push for the top division so i usually ditch him in Championship. Normally he endsup in teams like Exeter, Doncaster or Brentford after the adventures in my clubs.

Yvan Beca
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Hello Johny, thanks for the awesome work. I’d like to request two players from Arsenal: Zelalem and Crowley. Are they any good to make a profile?

Wilson
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He is strong, good in the air and a decent finisher with abit of pace about him. Could do a fine job for most Premier League teams, Harry Kane is probably the most “English” battering ram striker I’ve seen profiled here so far.

Tommy P
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I bought him and Tom Ince for my Wigan save. Ince playing as Inside forward, Kane playing as complete forward with Holt/Fortune as TM. Kane is my top scorer and Ince has msot assists, hoping they keep it up when we get to the PL.

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