Philadelphia, PA - Philadelphia Union youth player Alonso Rutledge is reportedly well on his way to being the next Xisco as the 14 year old youth academy player looks forward to not contributing in any way to any team that purchases him over his upcoming 15 year career.
"Rutledge has all the capabilities and inconsistencies of a young Xisco," stated head coach and moving van expert Jim Curtin. "We expect just enough things from him to show a potential that he will never reach that will allow us to sell him before he disappoints somewhere else."
Scout Andrew Willingsly stated that he even sees a bit of Eric Djemba-Djemba in young Rutledge's game as he looks forward to watching the exciting youth prospect disappoint at the international level.
"He's got just enough talent to make it and just enough weakness in his game to fail miserably when he gets there," stated Willingsly. "Hopefully the United States can really start consistently producing talents the level of Xisco to allow us to move onto producing talents like El Hadji Diouf. Only then can we talk about producing talents the like of Lord Nicklas Bendtner Maybe in another 60 years we can talk about making it to the Cesc Fabregas stage."
The Nutmeg News will have more on this when the local news media anoints Rutledge the new Pele.