wonderkid

wonderkid

(ˈwʌndəˌkɪd)
n
informal a young person whose excellence in his or her discipline is appropriate to someone older and more experienced
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MANCHESTER CITY are willing to allow Portuguese wonderkid Joao Felix to stay with Benfica next season in a bid to help them sign the PS105million-rated striker.
According to theExpress, the [pounds sterling]100m-rated Benfica wonderkid is a serious target for both the Manchester clubs.
The Wales wonderkid, 21, whose freekick beat Ireland on Tuesday, reckons he can't go wrong with Anfield manager Jurgen Klopp, his boss at loan club Derby, Frank Lampard and Wales chief Ryan Giggs on board.
CELTIC are confident of landing Aussie wonderkid Daniel Arzani and Hibs lynchpin John McGinn - even if only one of them arrives during the current transfer window.
ADAM Armstrong has been labelled a "wonderkid" by Coventry City boss Tony Mowbray - who hopes the Newcastle United striker can rediscover his goalscoring form on England Under-19 duty.
The 22-year-old has been selected as one of the Surestop Brummies' representatives alongside wonderkid Zach Wajtknecht by team boss Graham Drury.
Don't Shoot signed with Broken Road Records on 10th April 2015 to release “The Wonderkid EP” as well as the as yet untitled follow up.
Wesley Stace (author); WONDERKID; The Overlook Press (Fiction: Literary) 26.95 ISBN: 9781468308013
LIVERPOOL have beaten Manchester United, Arsenal and Manchester City to wonderkid Raheem Sterling.
THE Tartan Army will gain nine million new members when wonderkid Islam Feruz pulls on a dark blue jersey.
Hussey calls for fans to lower expectations of new wonderkid MICHAEL HUSSEY has warned Australia fans to lower their expectations of new wonderkid David Warner following Matthew Hayden's retirement.