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Paris 2024: Top Players To Watch In France


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The Paris Olympics games which will take place in France between July 26 and August 11, 2024, is one of the few sporting events that captures the heart of the fans.

With the Olympics games just over the horizon all eyes will be on the world’s finest players, from hosts France as they set to compete for medals in the capital city.

So, as we look forward to the global event in France, who are the superstar to look out for in Paris? Here, on Isagoal we’ll take you through some of best players at the Paris 2024 Olympics Games.

Ezequiel Fernandez – (Argentina)

Argentina (La Albiceleste) are one of the top countries who have got rich pedigree at the Olympic stage, picking up their debut medal in 1928 following a defeat against neighbours and familiar foe Uruguay in the final settling for a silver medal.

With Mascherano’s led side out to claim the country’s third Olympic football title and cement their stronghold in the folklore of the competition, Ezequiel Fernandez is one of the top players to be on the look out for in Paris.

Argentina are undoubtedly among the contenders for the title at the Men’s Olympic Football tournament, and as such Fernandez will be key for anything La Albiceleste will achieve at this year Olympic’s edition.

Joel Fujita – (Japan)

After winning the Player of the Tournament at the U-23 Asian Cup in Indonesia as the captain, Joel Fujita will be looking to propel his team to success at the Paris 2024 Olympics Games.

Considering Fujita’s performances at the Asian Cup dictating the flow of the game for the Japanese, the 22-year-old midfielder alongside his teammates will fly-high the flag of the country in the tournament.

During an interview with the press after the conclusion of the Asian Cup, Fujita reiterated that Olympic glory this year is next up for him and his teammates in their quest to win the tournament.

Oleh Fedor – (Ukraine)

Ruslan Rotan’s led side shone at last year’s U-21 European Championship with Ukraine performing brilliant in the competition against all odds.

So with the Olympic games set to commence in July and Ukraine coming off the back of a brilliant performance at U-21 Euros, they’ll be aiming to set the Olympic on fire with their performance.

While football enthusiasts looking to experience a brilliant tournament, the Ukrainian will be confident of flourishing on the big stage with their youngster Oleh Fedor who recently got invited to the Olympic team.

Abde Ezzalzouli – (Morocco)

The Moroccan are back to the Olympic stage for the first time since Munich 1972, and will be looking to progress from a group that includes tournament favorites Argentina.

Twelve years after their last appearance at the Men’s Olympic Football tournament in London, the Atlas Lion will be aiming to come back with a convincing performance in Paris with Real Betis’ youngster Ezzalzouli’s experience.

Abde Ezzalzouli, is undoubtedly one of the best youngsters to watch at the Olympic games this year, and having consistently improved his game in LaLiga with Betis there’s much to expect from the star.

Andrey Santos – (Brazil)

Anytime the Olympic games comes around it’s often bring back the memory of the tournament to many football enthusiasts, who saw the Brazilian performed magics at Atlanta in 1996.

Undoubtedly, going into every Olympic games there’s no way you’ll take about Brazil, not talk about the aura that comes with the Selecao in a major tournament like the Paris Olympic Games.

As such, with the Brazilian also looking to triumph at this year Olympic, one player lot of fans will be expected to lite-up the tournament is Chelsea’s loanee Andrey Santos.

Ilaix Moriba – (Guinea)

Guinea booked their place at the Men’s Olympic Football Tournament in Paris, after 21-year-old midfielder Ilaix Moriba’s penalty sealed a 1-0 win for the team over Indonesia during the play-off.

The Syli Nationale might not be the favorite going into the Olympic football tournament, however, they’ll be hoping to make history like Nigeria and Cameroon once the competition commences in July.

With many players expected to lite-up the tournament, among them is Ilaix Moriba, who has brought his experience and leadership skills into the team.

Michael Olise – (France)

The host nation France will be without the fire-power of Kylian Mbappe, but that don’t necessarily mean they will be short of talent to watch at this year Olympic Games.

Crystal Palace star-man Olise missed out on the opportunity of playing for Les Bleu at the 2024 European Championship currently going in Germany, but with the Olympic games also on the horizon he could use the tournament to announce his name to the world again.

France being the host are without doubt one of the favorites team to win the tournament, so if they’re to conquer the world Micheal Olise and his teammates must come to the party.

Kevin Paredes – (U.S.A)

The U.S men’s team will take to the field at the Olympic games for the first since their first Olympic tournament appearance since 2008.

If there’s any player at the Men’s Football Olympic tournament you’re expecting to lite-up competition for the Americans, it is Kevin Paredes US Soccer’s young male player of the year in 2023.

The Wolfsburg wide-man have got brilliant teammates including the dynamic duo of Tanner Tessman and Gianluca Busio, Paxten Aaronson and Cade Cowell who can propel the team to success at the Olympic games in France.

This article was updated 6 days ago

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