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Former LFC Prospects: #2 & #3 Krisztián Németh & Mikel San José
Krisztián Németh (born on 5th January 1989 in Győr, Hungary) joined Liverpool in the summer of 2007. Regarded by the club as a promising and upcoming youth talent and tipped for a bright future at the club, they stated on their official website that “big things are expected of Németh.”
As an exciting young striker he seemed destined for big things featuring and scoring in all of Hungary’s youth squads and the senior national team. However, no one could have predicted a bigger fall from grace for Krisztián as he is currently a free agent and without a club as of 2014.
Győr & MTK Budapest FC (2003-07)
Németh began his career as a youth player for his hometown club Győr, where he played between 2003 and 2005 as a youth player. He went on to sign for MTK Budapest FC in 2005 where he thoroughly impressed, scoring 18 goals in 37 league games and helping the club to finish as runners-up in the Hungarian National Championship 1 during the 2006-07 season.
Liverpool Reserves & Pre-Season (2007-10)
In the summer of 2007 Németh signed a three-year contract Liverpool. The club had high hopes for him, publicly touting him as an excellent young talent. Krisztián settled quickly at Liverpool, scoring twice on his debut for the Liverpool Reserves team on the 27th November 2007 against Manchester City. The following week he scored his second brace in two games in a 3-0 win against Everton Reserves. His rich vein of goal-scoring form continued as he netted his fifth in three games against Middlesbrough which would send Liverpool to the top of the Premier Reserve League North table.
He continued to impress, lobbing the Sunderland keeper and sending Liverpool five points clear at the top of the league. In perhaps his most important reserves game in April 2008, Németh scored the only goal of the game against Blackburn Rovers to secure the Premier Reserve League North title. The following month he scored yet another important goal against Aston Villa in a 3-0 win at Anfield to give Liverpool the Premier Reserve League national title.
His performances continued to excite, securing the top scorer spot for the 2007-08 reserve season and earning him recognition as the Liverpool Fans’ Reserves Player of the Year that season. Németh had truly made a name for himself in the reserves and hopes were high that he could replicate this form and break into the first team. On the 30th July 2008 Krisztián was rewarded for his efforts and given a run out as a second-half substitute in Liverpool’s pre-season friendly against Villareal where he came close to scoring.
He also featured in the following pre-season friendly against Rangers where he had a shot saved on 58 minutes which was tapped in on the rebound by Yossi Benayoun. Twelve minutes later he was brought down in the box, earning a penalty and a goal for his team as Xabi Alonso scored the resulting penalty.
Following his performances for the first team during pre-season, Erwin Koeman, the Hungarian national team coach, urged Németh to go on loan to a Championship club to gain valuable first team experience. However he rejected the opportunity to play for Leeds United who were in League One at the time, determined to become part of Rafa Benitez’ plans for the upcoming season. As a result, he was handed the number 29 shirt for the 2008-09 season.
Loan to Blackpool (January-February 2009)
After failing to break in to the first team, Németh signed for Championship club Blackpool on a one-month loan deal with hopes to impress and gain a place in Liverpool’s first team plans. However, luck was not on his side when he suffered a fractured cheek bone just 60 seconds into his debut.
AEK Athens & Liverpool Departure (2009-10)
On the 25th August 2009 Németh joined AEK Athens on loan for the duration of the 2009-10 season. Relishing the challenge he said “I am coming to a big club and great city. I hope we can win the championship.”
He made his debut on the 30th August with a dazzling display, coming on as a first half substitute and assisting the only goal of the game with a great run. His performances as a constant attacking threat earned him the MVP award in the Super Liga for that week. Just under a month later he scored his first goal for AEK in a draw against PAS Giannina and scored once more the following week against main rivals Olympiacos F.C. His performances earned him a place in the FIFA U-20 World cup and he featured in every match prior to the international break, maintaining his strong scoring form.
During 2010 however, Németh suffered another injury, this time on his ankle which prevented him from playing for a number of months, stunting his growth. He ended the season with two assists in Athens’ final game of the season, ensuring AEK a place into the play-offs as the third placed team. Producing more assists than goals, Németh was praised for his unselfish play and contribution to the team.
Upon returning from his loan, Krisztián was included in several of Liverpool’s pre-season friendlies in the run up to the following season, starting games against St Gallen, Rapid Vienna and Thailand. Despite scoring a brace against Singapore in a 5-0 victory he was unable to impress and due to injuries was never able to realise his full potential at Liverpool. As a result he was transferred to Olympiakos on a permanent deal following his successful loan spell at AEK Athens.
Life after Liverpool (2010-present)
On the 19th August 2010, Olympiacos F.C. announced that they had signed Németh on a 3-year deal for a reported fee of £1m. Having never made a competitive first-team appearance for Liverpool he hoped to secure a place in the Olympiacos squad ahead of the new season. Unable to gain a place in the team, he was loaned to Olympiacos Volos for six-months where he made a limited impact. He also returned on loan to former club MTK Budapest FC where scored a single goal and RKC Waalwijk where he scored four goals in seventeen Eredivisie appearances during the 2011-12 season.
Upon his return to Olympiacos F.C. he terminated his contract with the Greek club, citing his desire to return to the Eredivisie. After much speculation surrounding his next move he finally made the switch to Roda JC in the summer of 2012. Despite moderately good performances at Roda JC, two years later on the 15th July 2014, Németh and Roda mutually terminated his contract making him a free agent. He remains without a club to this day.
The story of Krisztián Németh is most certainly a sad one. Many believed his potential to be huge, regularly impressing at youth level and internationally. Unfortunately he could never quite make the grade expected to become part of Liverpool’s first team, despite strong performances for the reserves and during the Red’s pre-season.
After playing for a plethora of clubs at such a young age he never regained the stability he required and his potential dwindled due to a mixture of injuries, loss of confidence and lack of playing time. This subsequently led him to become a free agent with seemingly no takers for his signature at present.
Whether or not his career is over remains to be seen as he remains without a club for the time-being.
Mikel San José
Position: Centre Back
Mikel San José Domínguez (born 30th May 1989 in Pamplona, Spain) joined Liverpool in August 2007 aged just 18 for a reported fee of £270,000 following a series of highly-rated performances during his days as a youth player for Athletic Bilbao’s B and A youth sides.
In the 2006-07 season he made 27 appearances for Athletic’s reserve team, scoring five goals and prompting Liverpool to secure his signature. Upon signing for Liverpool, San José said “It was a surprise for me but I have decided to accept the chance at Liverpool. I am very excited but now I know that I have to work more each day to get in the first team”.
He played regularly for the Liverpool Reserves team during the 2007-08 and 2008-09 seasons. San José was also a part of the Spanish international team that captured the 2007 UEFA European Under-19 Championship making 16 appearances and progressing to the under-21s in early 2009.
Loan Return to Athletic Bilbao (2009-10)
Following his performances for the Liverpool Reserve team San José returned to Bilbao on a season-long loan to gain more first team experience. He was subsequently awarded the number 12 shirt and made his Athletic debut on the 17th September 2009 in a 3-0 home win against FK Austria Wien in a Europa League tie.
Reportedly, Mikel had become increasingly frustrated by the lack of first-team opportunities at Bilbao and if this did not improve he would attempt to shorten the loan or return to Liverpool or go on loan to another club during the January transfer window.
On the 8th January he finally made his La Liga debut, playing a single minute during a 2-0 win at Racing de Santander and finishing the season with 30 appearances and three goals, achieving his desire for playtime and justifying his place in the first team.
Permanent Return To Athletic Bilbao
After a successful loan spell with Athletic Bilbao he was signed on a permanent basis for five years on the 19th May 2010. During his first year, then-manager Joaquín Caparrós had charged him with penalty-taking, replacing longtime favourite Andoni Iraola.
In what would be one of his worst moments during the Basque derby against Real Sociedad in December 2010, San José gave away a penalty resulting in the first goal and scored an own goal in the second half as the game ended in a 2-0 defeat for Athletic.
However, he finished the 2012-13 with six goals in all competitions, netting five goals in the League and was often used as a defensive midfielder by coach Marcelo Bielsa. He also scored the first-ever goal to be scored at the new San Mamés Stadium by Athletic Bilbao in September 2013 in a 3-2 win over Celta de Vigo.
To date, Mikel has managed to represent Athletic Bilbao’s first team on 142 occasions, scoring 14 goals in the process, a very strong return for a centre back. He appeared 40 times during the 2012-13 season and has become a mainstay in the Athletic starting line-up over the past four years.
Despite not getting a look in at Liverpool many people rated San José very highly when he was signed and he has continued to impress during his loan and permanent move to Athletic.
While he may not have made the grade at Liverpool it is clear that he is a talent and whether or not he has reached his full potential remains to be seen.
Sources: Wikipedia, LFC History, Transfermarkt and LFC Wikia.