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Sky Sports Euro Scout - Borek Dockal

We run the rule over Czech starlet Borek Dockal

Sky Sports Scout turns his attention to the Euro Under-21s and reports on Borek Dockal.

Our Scout will report back and you can comment on what you think of our appraisal.

NAME: Borek Dockal AGE: 22 (30th September, 1988) BORN: Mestec Kralove, Czech Republic POSITION: Midfielder CLUB: Slovan Liberec FACTS: Has already has had four clubs in his career Sky Sports Scout Ratings: 0-10 - No hoper 11-20 - Should look elsewhere 21-30 - Might not make it 31-40 - Has work to do 41-50 - Keep an eye on him 51-60 - Great prospect 61-70 - On his way to the top 71-80 - Already World-class

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Latest under our scout's gaze is Czech Republic starlet Borek Dockal.

The scout reports...

After the first round of matches as the European Under-21 championship, there was one real stand-out performer, Czech Republic's Borek Dockal.

The 22-year-old midfielder is rated highly in his homeland and he showed just what he can do as he scored both goals in their opening 2-1 win over Ukraine.

Dockal is primarily a winger, but he can also play behind a striker with relative ease.

Dockal began his career when he was spotted by Slavia Prague aged just 10 and he was lured to the Czech capital.

He progressed well through the youth ranks and in 2006 he was handed his first-team debut.

But just half-a-dozen games into his career he was snapped up by Slovan Liberec, who he impressed during a loan spell.

Since moving to Liberec, Dockal has continued to impress and this has been recognised throughout by the national side as he has been picked all the way through each age level.

In 2010, having previously been linked with a move to English side Middlesbrough, he was signed by Turkish side Konyaspor as they snapped him up along with team-mate Andrej Keric.

A three-year deal was in place for Dockal, but he did not settle in Turkey and returned to Slovan halfway during the season.

Upon his return to Slovan, Dockal settled in again and he was always in line to be one of the Czechs possible stand-out performers.

And he really hit the ground running in the opener with both goals, with two quality finishes, showing how technically good he is.

The scout says...

A really interesting one for English clubs to keep an eye on, as he would not break the bank, and his move to Turkey showed he has already impressed scouts.

A clear talent, who could emerge as a contender for a big move.

The Scout rating...

Shooting: 6 out of 10

Passing: 7 out of 10

Tackling: 5 out of 10

Heading: 6 out of 10

Pace: 7 out of 10

Vision: 6 out of 10

Current ability: 6 out of 10

Potential ability: 9 out of 10


Current value: £1million

Potential value: £8million

Your opinion...

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