EFL Championship has recently been known as “a league of talents”. Many young prospects made their names during a few recent seasons and used it as a platform to head for bigger clubs. Besides foreign talents, homegrown youngsters are also getting attention through their impressive performances.
The likes of Ché Adams, Ryan Sessegnon or Daniel James had become key players for their respective sides and secured big moves this summer. Still, a few names such as Jarrod Bowen, Darragh Lenihan or Dael Fry remain at the club and are expected to have a breakthrough season in front of them.
Among the players who are still plying their trade for the clubs, Eberechi Eze stands out as one of the promising talents that should be playing at a higher level. His dynamic style of play and technical abilities brings him a first-team spot at Queens Park Rangers. To understand what are his strongest attributes, we must use statistics and footage to analyse his influence in QPR’s tactics. Also, this tactical analysis scout report will provide an analysis of whether Eze is ready for a higher level of football or not.
Starting his career among Millwall’s youth ranks, Eze moved to Queens Park Rangers’ U23 team in 2016.
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