FM14 Wonderkids To Watch – Hachim Mastour

FM 2014 Wonderkids

written by Darren Smith



Hachim Mastour

Hachim Mastour

Club: AC Milan (Serie A, Italy)

Position: AMC/ST

Age: 15

Nationality: Morrocan/Italian

The boys a bit like: Messi, Zidane, Kaka and Riquelme

Mastour signed for AC Milan aged just 14 from Reggiana. The Italian giants paid an age appropriate record fee of 500,000 euros. Nothing short of that would do as bitter rivals had taken the young gun on loan and tracked the FM14 wonderkid since the age of 10. It is reported that Europe’s elite including Real, Barcelona, Juventus and Manchester City were interested in Mastour, some clubs even offered to find the kids parents accommodation and a job.

This Football Manager 2014 wonderkid operates just behind the striker, Mastour can create magic with fast feet and an ability to do things with the ball that few others would even dream of.

While there’s very little data on Mastour’ record at youth level, we do know he scored on his debut for the Italian U15’s. An incredible 20 yard strike followed the most sublime display of skill, it was this performance, aged just 14 that got everyone excited. Just watch the video below, you’ll see why we’re touting this kid as the FM 2014 best wonderkid.

Italy U15 stats

Appearances: 1

Goals: 1

What should we expect from this Football Manager 2014 wonderkid? From what I’ve read and watched (which is a lot) Mastour should have incredible potential ability. SI should maybe set this as flexible to represent how some kids can fail to fulfill their promise, but there should be few players with more potential.

Key attributes will surely be dribbling, flair, creativity and technique, come on Sport Interactive, don’t let us down. ;)

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Brucey
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Brucey
July 15, 2013 2:26 pm

Donis Advijaj, the Schalke youth striker, would be my wonderkid to watch. He should have great finishing, off the ball and composure. Doria and Will Hughes have had great seasons so they should improve. Fm14 may be the return of Yaya Sanogo now he’s gone to Arsenal, and Sao Paolo and Brazil youngster Henrique has scored 7 goals in just 11 under 20 caps, so he might have high potential.

andy
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andy
July 15, 2013 8:16 pm

the only thing I would say.. is that he won’t be in the game if if’s only 14/15…

LmFaO
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LmFaO
July 16, 2013 4:55 am

Dan Crowley and Gedion Zelalem from Arsenal… Both have good technique and vision… and as Brucey said, maybe the return of Sanogo…

Niels Theis Bendtsen
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July 16, 2013 10:38 am

Being Danish I am hoping that a future wonderkid could be Markus Bay which has recently signed with Ajax.

(and on a sidenote I hope they reduce the reputation of Niclas Bendtner he goes to way to big clubs in my saves. I my Wales save he was signed by Paris St Germain, oh enough bantering.

Conor
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Conor
July 17, 2013 10:28 pm

Yan Dhanda, 14, just signed for Liverpool from West Brom. He looks very promising, he is also the first Indian player to sign for Liverpool. From the videos I’ve seen, he sould have high passing, flair, technique and dribbling, among other attributes.

NLoureiro
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NLoureiro
October 2, 2013 4:05 pm

Freddy Adu was in the game when he was 14/15…granted it wasn’t FM…there’s no reason Mastour won’t be in FM14

Darkstorm
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Darkstorm
October 18, 2013 9:14 pm

I’ve watched him with my on eyes while i was on Italy for holiday.

His strength and pace is excellent but he is also expert at shooting and dribbling.

I called him Cristiano Messi lol.

harry
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harry
January 5, 2014 2:46 pm

why i cant find Hachim Mastour in my game. any update that im missing??

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