Future star hack
Only a handful of teams can afford to point at any player in the world and sign him immediately. Most clubs have to start at the second, third or fourth stage, or even at the very beginning of the players' football journey. How would you like to own the future stars of world football before anyone else notices them? With the analytical approach of 11Hacks, you can reveal the next big stars.
Thanks to our method, we can identify players who dominate their competitions at an early age and show high potential for the future. Moreover, over the years, we have also managed to gain many connections and have access to young talent from Africa or South America. For example, we participated in the transfer of the creative midfielder Mohamed Doumbia, who came to Dukla Prague after celebrating his 19th birthday. He is now one of the most essential players in the lineup and is one of the youngest players ever to play in HET League. If the team works with him in the right way, he will be a suitable player for larger clubs in the Czech Republic or abroad within a few years.
Same as young Liberian international Oscar Dorley, who is another player 11Hacks helped to sign with the use of data analytics. At the age of 19, he moved from the Lithuanian side FK Trakai to the traditional Czech club FC Slovan Liberec, and in his second season here, he quickly became an indispensable member of the starting eleven. His excellent performances have attracted the attention of top domestic clubs and also from abroad. We are expecting him to move into one of them very soon.
Mathematical models reveal if someone has outgrown the competition even before the scouts do. If they don't follow the league regularly, which is often not possible, exciting players can slip through their fingers. You can find some of these players in almost every league, and with data scouting, it is easier to find them and buy them before everyone else.
One of the transfers we've been involved in is the arrival of Ghayas Zahid in APOEL. The Norwegian midfielder was a regular starter for Valerenga Oslo, Norwegian side playing in the middle of leagues table. In addition to his impressive numbers in the final third of the pitch, it was clear that he belongs amongst the best offensive players in the competition even though it wasn't so obvious from hard statistics like goals and assists. After arriving in Cyprus, he immediately confirmed these assumptions - he scored 9 goals in the opening season and recorded 14 assists. He also played in six Champions League matches and marked his first start in the national team.
We put similar hopes into Peter Olayinka, who is still only 23 years old. The most expensive player Slavia Prague ever bought has a great future ahead of him. So far he has not played a bad season during his career. An ideal environment for growth in the form of a Czech league can make him a player for the best clubs in Europe.