Marc Stendera

Marc Stendera

Eintracht Frankfurt Team Presentation

 

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Country: Germany

Date of birth: 10/12/1995 (18 years old)

Place of birth: Kassel (Germany)

Height: 1,71m

Youth career: TSV Heiligenrode, OSC Vellmar, Eintracht Frankfurt (since 2010)

Senior career: Eintracht Frankfurt

Squad number:21

Current national team: Germany U-19

Position: attacking midfielder, winger

Preferred foot: right

Market value (by transfermarkt.de): 800,000 €

Contract until: 30.06.2017

Player’s agent: J. Alexander Bürger

Similar type of player: combined playing styles of Mario Gotze & Wesley Sneijder

 

Strengths:

– passing Untitled1

– free kick taking Untitled1

– long shots Untitled1

– ball control Untitled1

– technique Untitled

– creativity Untitled

– vision Untitled

– teamwork Untitled

– intelligence Untitled

 

Style of play:

– modern attacking midfielder

– likes to shoot from distance

– set-piece specialist

– plays with a natural flair and is dangerous in the box

– often creates shooting opportunities

– player is very good in combination play

 

He is best suited to playing as:

Attacking midfielder in 4-2-3-1.

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Video:

 

Achievements:

European Under-17 Championship 2012 runner-up with Germany.

European Under-19 Championship 2014 winner with Germany.

 

League summary:

Bundesliga 2012/2013: 5 matches/0 goals (Eintracht Frankfurt)

Regionalliga Südwest 2013/2014: 1 match/0 goals (Eintracht Frankfurt II)

Bundesliga 2013/2014: 5 matches/0 goals (Eintracht Frankfurt)

 

Description:

Marc Stendera, sometimes called “Mini-Götze from Frankfurt”, is one of the most talented young players in Germany at the moment. He made his Bundesliga debut on 6th April 2013 against Bayern Munich at home, when he was substituted for Marco Russ in the 71st minute. Just two weeks later he made his first assist in Frankfurt’s 1-0 win against Schalke 04 on 21th April 2013, his first start in the Bundesliga. Unfortunately, he missed majority of the 13/14 season due to cruciate ligament rupture injury. Marc represented the Germany national youth football team on U-17, U-18 and U-19 level. He was with Germany U-17 side at UEFA European Under-17 Championship 2012, in which they made it to the final but lost to The Netherlands on penalties. He also represented “Die Mannschaft” U-19 at UEFA European Under-19 Championship 2014 in Hungary. He made four assists – one which came in the final match against Portugal. Germany won that match 1-0 thanks to Hany Mukhtar’s goal in 39th minute and secured their second U-19 title after 2008 triumph.

 

Quotes:

“It’s hard to say where Stendera would be right now had it not been for his cruciate ligament rupture last July.  Stendera broke into the first team at the end of the season last year (became the fifth youngest Bundesliga debutant in history at the age of 17) following a fantastic spell with Frankfurt’s U-19s in which he scored eight goals in 13 games. Fortunately he is finally recovering and trained with the team in their winter camp.  Stendera has also been a regular for Germany’s youth teams and reached the U-17 Euro final in 2012. Equally capable playing off the striker as he is out wide, Stendera has a low center of gravity, great technique and fantastic in one-on-one situations.  In other words, he is a typical modern German attacking player.  If he can bounce back from his injury and reach his potential we will be talking quite a bit about Frankfurt’s jewel.”

(bundesligafanatic.com)

 

Football Talent Scout potential rating:

8/10   BallBallBallBallBallBallBallBall

First team material in a top European club.

 

Links:

Transfermarkt: http://www.transfermarkt.co.uk/marc-stendera/profil/spieler/160943

Soccerway: http://int.soccerway.com/players/marc-stendera/242779/

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