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15 hours ago, thorgan lesar said:

Thanks. Some are saying Pulisic isn't that great. He's a hype because he is American.

Do you agree with that ?

This season he wasnt great thats for sure...i think he needs a move...Dortmund needs stability.

Still very young (19)...lots of time to explode...i still believe :)

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14 hours ago, geetay87 said:

The next Freddy Adu :P

LOL oh NO...dont compare

13 hours ago, MShahid said:

Luis Alberto or samu castilleho better?

 

Luis Alberto

13 hours ago, ProfeQuintero said:

Would your rather spend 4mil on 

Davie Selkie 

Timo Baumgartl 

assume you have equal cover for both positions.  Which is the better investment?

None

11 hours ago, Hosein ElTimimi said:

Will Reus really drop? He was injured and when he came back he did very well 11 games 7 goals.

Its really weird...not ATM 

9 hours ago, Cvilhete said:

João Mário is decent but I'd rather see Nani or martins on the right, Guedes left, Neves has had a good season and his ball playing has been amazing what is the current formation for us did not see any of the  qualifying?

Against "easy" teams: 442/424 Bernardo on the right, João Mario on the left , Ronaldo and André Silva.

Against "hard" teams: 4-3-3

No Nani in the WC

We could see Bruno Fernandes aswell :)

8 hours ago, Middle_Finger said:

Zagadou of BVB or Lato of Valencia? Keeping in mind the review.

Lato

6 hours ago, Tharanidharan said:

I play 4-3-3B formation and I need some help for sorting out my midfield options.

  • DM (6) Ball winning mid / Deep lying playmaker      : Paredes, Ndidi
  • MC (7) Playmaker / Advanced playmaker                 : Talisca, Melo Arthur, Cristante, Soler
  • MC (8) Box to box midfielder                                       : Kessie, Veretout, Lanzini 

6 - Ball Winning - Ndidi

8 - Box to Box - Kessie

7 - Playmaker - Talisca/Soler/Lanzini

1 hour ago, JAMancini said:

Alexander-Arnold or Ferland Mendy?

Arnold

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On 18/03/2017 at 12:48 PM, Sir Rahul said:

EFL CHAMPIONSHIP

Wolves:

Coady +2 to 84- yes

Vinagre +6 to 76- yes

N'Diaye -1 to 86

Bonatini +1 to 85

Douglas +2 to 84

Doherty +1 to 84

Miranda +1 to 84

Batth +1 to 84

Zyro -2 to 80

Enobakhare +2 to 78

Norris +2 to 77

 

Cardiff:

Madine +2 to 82- yes

Ralls +2 to 84

Morrison +1 to 84

Tomlin -1 to 83- yes

Connolly -1 to 83

Pilkington -1 to 83

Mendez-Laing +4 to 82

Etheridge +3 to 82

Damour +2 to 82

Ward +2 to 82

Gounongbe -2 to 80

Bogle +1 to 78

 

Fulham:

Fredericks +1 to 84- yes

Ryan Sessegnon +4 to 84; +1 to 85- +3 to 83;

Mollo -1 to 85

McDonald +1 to 84

Norwood +1 to 84

Kamara +1 to 83

Bettinelli +2 to 82

Ojo +2 to 82

 

Aston Villa:

De Laet -1 to 83- yes

Terry -1 to 87

Bjarnason -1 to 86

Jedinak -1 to 86

Hourihane +2 to 85

Onomah +2 to 84

Johnstone +1 to 84

Hogan +1 to 84

Grealish +1 to 84

Grabban +1 to 84

Richards -2 to 83

Agbonlahor -1 to 82

Davis +1 to 78

O'Hare +5 to 73

 

Middlesborough:

Braithwaite -1 to 86

Assombalonga +2 to 85

Fabio -1 to 85

Gestede -1 to 84

Konstantopoulos -1 to 82

Fry +3 to 80

Johnson +2 to 80

Mejias -2 to 80

Tavernier +2 to 75

 

Derby:

Vydra +1 to 86

Ledley -1 to 86

Keogh +1 to 85

Lawrence +1 to 84

Forsyth +1 to 84

Jerome -1 to 84

Anya -2 to 83

Pearce -1 to 82

 

Preston:

Maguire +2 to 80- yes

Barkhuizen +5 to 82

Fisher +4 to 82

Maxwell +2 to 82

Johnson +2 to 82

Browne +2 to 82

Huntington +2 to 82

Earl +4 to 80

Davies +3 to 80

Gallagher -2 to 80

Harrop +3 to 78

 

Millwall:

Saville +2 to 82

Hutchinson +2 to 82

Morrison +2 to 82

Archer +4 to 80

O'Brien +3 to 80

McLaughlin +2 to 80

Meredith +2 to 80

Wallace +2 to 80

Gregory +2 to 80

Cooper +2 to 80

Onyedinma +1 to 78

King +2 to 70

Shackell -1 to 83

 

Brentford:

Bjelland -1 to 85

Bentley +1 to 83

Yennaris +1 to 83

Sawyers +1 to 83

Clarke +4 to 82

Watkins +2 to 82

Barbet +2 to 82

Mepham +3 to 73

Chatzitheodoridis +3 to 73

 

Sheffield United:

Carter-Vickers +3 to 78- yes

Blackman +4 to 80- +2 to 78

O'Connell +4 to 82

Stevens +4 to 82

Clarke +2 to 82

Basham +2 to 82

Coutts +2 to 82

Evans -2 to 80

Wright +3 to 78

Brooks +1 to 78

 

Bristol City:

Reid +5 to 83- +4 to 82; +2 to 84

Pisano -1 to 85

Fielding +1 to 83

Brownhill +4 to 82

Pack +4 to 82

Bryan +2 to 82

Smith +2 to 82

O'Dowda +2 to 82

O'Neil -1 to 82

Taylor +2 to 80

Steele -2 to 80

Vyner +2 to 75

Hinds +2 to 70

Kelly +2 to 70

 

Ipswich:

Connolly +1 to 78- yes

Skuse +1 to 84

Knudsen +1 to 84

Celina +1 to 83

Waghorn +1 to 83

Bialkowski +1 to 83

Garner +2 to 82

Spence +2 to 82

Ward +2 to 82

Iorfa +2 to 82

Webster +2 to 82

Sears -1 to 82

Smith -1 to 82

Bru -2 to 80

Adeyemi -2 to 80

Nydam +6 to 76

Gleeson -2 to 80

Carayol -2 to 80

 

Leeds:

Lasogga -1 to 86- yes

Anita -1 to 86

Saiz +2 to 85

Alioski +2 to 85

Ayling +2 to 84

O'Kane +1 to 84

Klich -1 to 84

Phillips +3 to 83

Roofe +3 to 83

Cooper +3 to 83

Vieira +2 to 82

Shaughnessy +2 to 78

 

Norwich:

Gunn +5 to 82- yes

Hoolahan -1 to 86

Oliveira -1 to 85

Naismith -2 to 84

Tettey -1 to 84

Martin -1 to 84

Murphy +3 to 83

Maddison +4 to 82- +5 to 83

Reed +2 to 82

Watkins +2 to 82

Husband +1 to 82

Zimmermann +4 to 80

 

Sheffield Wednesday:

Reach +1 to 84

Hunt +1 to 84

Wallace +1 to 84

Pudil -1 to 84

Boyd -1 to 84

Venancio -1 to 83

Loovens -1 to 83

Butterfield -1 to 83

Matias -1 to 83

Abdi -2 to 83

Fox +2 to 82

Wildsmith +2 to 80

 

QPR:

Caulker -2 to 83- yes

Furlong +1 to 78- yes

Scowen +3 to 83- +2 to 82

Onuoha -1 to 83- -2 to 82

Perch -1 to 82- -3 to 80

Freeman +1 to 83

Smithies +1 to 83

Bidwell +1 to 83

Mackie +2 to 82

Hall -1 to 80

Wheeler +2 to 77

Borysiuk -1 to 83

N'Gbakoto -1 to 83

 

Nottingham Forest:

Dowell +7 to 82- yes

Ward -1 to 82- yes

Vellios -1 to 82- yes

Brereton +2 to 80- yes

Hobbs -2 to 80- yes

Guedioura -1 to 83- -2 to 82

Worrall +5 to 82- +3 to 80

McKay +4 to 82- +2 to 80

Vaughan -1 to 82- -3 to 80

Smith +6 to 82- +2 to 78

Osborn +2 to 84

Darikwa +2 to 82

Cummings +2 to 80

Walker +1 to 78

 

Hull:

Bowen +5 to 82- yes

Aina +4 to 80- yes; +2 to 82

Marshall -1 to 85- -3 to 83

Evandro -1 to 84- -3 to 82

Mazuch -1 to 83- -2 to 82

Tomori +2 to 78- +4 to 80

Hernandez -1 to 86

McGregor +1 to 84

 

Birmingham:

Vassell +2 to 77- yes

Jenkinson -1 to 86- -2 to 85

Gardner -2 to 84- -3 to 83

Lowe -1 to 82- -3 to 80

Cotterill -1 to 82- -4 to 78

Davis +3 to 83

Roberts +1 to 83

Adams +2 to 82

 

Reading:

Beerens -1 to 84- yes

Elphick -1 to 83- yes

Kermogant -1 to 82- yes

Clement +2 to 78- yes

Popa -1 to 84- -2 to 83

McCleary -1 to 82- -3 to 80

Quinn -1 to 82- -3 to 80

McShane +1 to 84- nope

Blackett +1 to 83- nope

Kelly +2 to 82- nope

Jaakkola +1 to 78- nope

 

Bolton:

Dervite -2 to 80- yes

Osede -2 to 80- yes

Taylor -2 to 78- yes

Buckley -1 to 82- -3 to 80

Noone -2 to 80- -4 to 78

Robinson +8 to 78- +5 to 75; +2 to 77

Beevers +2 to 82- nope

Little +2 to 82- nope

Armstrong +2 to 82- nope

Alnwick +2 to 80- nope

Morais +2 to 80- nope

Burke +2 to 80- nope

Ameobi -2 to 80- nope

Cullen +1 to 78- nope

 

Barnsley:

Gardner -1 to 82- yes

Barnes +3 to 80- yes

Ugbo +6 to 76- yes

Jackson +5 to 80- +3 to 78

Williams +10 to 80- +7 to 77

Pearson +5 to 80- +2 to 77

McGeehan +1 to 76- +2 to 77

Pinnock +3 to 73- +6 to 76

Potts +4 to 82- nope

McCarthy +4 to 82- nope

Davies +2 to 82- nope

Hammill +2 to 82- nope

Bradshaw +2 to 82- nope

Lindsay +2 to 82- nope

Moncur +2 to 80- nope

Hedges +1 to 78- nope

 

Burton:

Mason -1 to 82- yes

Brayford -2 to 80- yes

Sbarra +3 to 70- +6 to 73

Akins +4 to 82- nope

McFadzean +4 to 82- nope

Bywater +4 to 80- nope

Lund +2 to 80- nope

Allen +2 to 80- nope

Naylor +2 to 80- nope

Flanagan +2 to 80- nope

Akpan -2 to 80- nope

 

Sunderland:

Oviedo -1 to 85- yes

McGeady -1 to 85- yes

LuaLua -1 to 82- yes

Asoro +2 to 78- yes

Kone -2 to 85- -1 to 86

Jones -1 to 84- -2 to 83

Wilson -1 to 84- -2 to 83

Cattermole -1 to 85- -3 to 83

Gibson -1 to 84- -3 to 82

McManaman -1 to 84- -3 to 82

Rodwell -2 to 84- -4 to 82

Honeyman +7 to 82- +3 to 78

Browning +4 to 82- nope

Clarke-Salter +1 to 77- nope

Maja +3 to 73- nope

my out-dated preds not doing too well

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12 hours ago, shaoshao said:

Fabregas sorry

 

9 hours ago, Middle_Finger said:

Zagadou of BVB or Lato of Valencia? Keeping in mind the review.

 

2 hours ago, Grembo said:

@Sir Rahul Do you still think these predictions are accurate  with the reviews coming up? 

Thilo Kehrer (86) 87/88 YES

Joe Gomez (86) 87 87/88

Benjamin Pavard (86) 87/88 either one

Nordi Mukiele (85) 87 yes

Rodri Hernandez (87) 88 yes

Melo Arthur (87) stay yes

Andrade Richarlison (87) 88 should be

Oleksandr Zinchenko (85) 86 yes

Dominic Calvert-Lewin (85) 87 86 prolly

Nick Pope (83) 86 yes, maybe even 87 with an England call-up

Leon Bailey (87) 88 yes, maybe 89

Patrick Cutrone (82) 86 yes

How do you think the following players will do in the reviews?

Daniel Amartey (85) stay

Marlos Moreno (85) stay

Ainsley Maitland-Niles (82) 83?

Robert Kenedy (82) 84/85

Scott McTominay (80) 83/84

Phil Foden (75) 77

Tosin Adarabioyo (75) 77

Brahim Diaz (75) 77

Thank you in advance!

No prob

 

2 hours ago, JAMancini said:

Alexander-Arnold or Ferland Mendy?

TAA

7 hours ago, Tharanidharan said:

I play 4-3-3B formation and I need some help for sorting out my midfield options.

  • DM (6) Ball winning mid / Deep lying playmaker      : Paredes, Ndidi
  • MC (7) Playmaker / Advanced playmaker                 : Talisca, Melo Arthur, Cristante, Soler
  • MC (8) Box to box midfielder                                       : Kessie, Veretout, Lanzini 

not sure mate

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To prevent it to be assumed, I’m not asking for predictions for those. ;) I spent many hours making my own predictions. I just thought that might be an interesting topic to discuss and you do those things here too I noticed.

The German football magazine Kicker chose it’s top Eleven for the just finished season, maybe some here are interested in that:

Koen Casteels (Wolfsburg) – Jerome Boateng (Bayern), Naldo (Schalke), Mats Hummels (Bayern) – Charles Aranguiz (Leverkusen) - Nico Schulz (Hoffenheim), James Rodriguez (Bayern), Lars Bender (Leverkusen) – Andrej Kramaric (Hoffenheim), Serge Gnabry (Hoffenheim) – Robert Lewandowski (Bayern)

 That of course doesn’t mean those were automatically good buys. For example I had Casteels during the winter Rating Changes since he finally showed improvements in his play, but Soccermanager didn’t honor his improvements despite he is among the weakest rated goalkeepers in Germany, they let him stay. I personally think naming him the best keeper of the season is too much. His advantage was, that many players in the field in Wolfsburg played really disappointingly and so he tended to be the best player from Wolfsburg in matches. Goalkeepers often look better, the worse their colleagues play as they are often ineffected by bad team shapes. But I still think he should be rated way above the 86 he currently has. It seemed he finally had his breakthrough season. But I kind of doubt given no rating change in winter, that he will be a buy worth recommending. Since they didn’t improve his rating back then I would assume them to be sceptical enough on this player to only give him 87. It’s very interesting how different opinions on certain players can be.

I also certainly wouldn’t name Nico Schulz as part of the Eleven of the season. He showed some nice improvements in the second part of the season in particular. But he also got some sunshine from how Hoffenheim played as a team. Yes he improved, but improving players tend to be hyped. I think there is other players on this position who have played better and/ore riper. For example no mather if David Alaba or Juan Bernat are playing for Bayern, you can clearly see they have a superior skill set although they weren’t lucky enough too be as much involved in goal scoring or assisting as Schulz or Max. So I think for this position they’ve rather been going with a hype here.

Lars Bender is a player I would like to specifically address as well. Not because I disagree with Kickers choice, but because I disagree with Löw not taking him to Russia. From how he played this season Bender would have deserved it. But of course that’s not the way how it works. You don’t pick the best individual players, you gotta pick a team you think will be successful together, successful with the tactics you want to play. So I’m not gonna blame Löw for not taking him. Some strong players just have to stay at home, it’s always that way and I find it funny when coaches or fans get actually even furious about such squad decisions. If trainers would pick to either satisfy or spite public opinion, that’s what I think would actually be problematic. The important thing is a coach has a good plan, that he takes necessary steps to follow it through. But back to Lars Bender. I was surprised that apparently some people are fearing him to drop. He usually played really good when availabe for selection. He is a really reliable player who is in my opinion very important to the team. I would even call him the most important player in this years Leverkusen squad. The same as his brother Sven he has some tendencies to be injured and then miss some matches due to that. As long as the soccer manager admins do their job and note that his amount playing time was due to injuries, he shouldn’t be degraded. I personally even voted for a rise, since I think he is better than 90. His brother Sven Bender on the other hand I find worse than his current 90. He excelled at being a workhorse as a defensive midfielder. But those times are past. He nowadays usually plays a defender (maybe due to wearing off) and I don’t think he is as good at that job. Maybe there is the risk they might mix up those twins. 

 

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  3 hours ago, Grembo said:

@Sir Rahul Do you still think these predictions are accurate  with the reviews coming up? 

Thilo Kehrer (86) 87/88 YES

Joe Gomez (86) 87 87/88

Benjamin Pavard (86) 87/88 either one

Nordi Mukiele (85) 87 yes

Rodri Hernandez (87) 88 yes

Melo Arthur (87) stay yes

Andrade Richarlison (87) 88 should be

Oleksandr Zinchenko (85) 86 yes

Dominic Calvert-Lewin (85) 87 86 prolly

Nick Pope (83) 86 yes, maybe even 87 with an England call-up

Leon Bailey (87) 88 yes, maybe 89

Patrick Cutrone (82) 86 yes

How do you think the following players will do in the reviews?

Daniel Amartey (85) stay

Marlos Moreno (85) stay

Ainsley Maitland-Niles (82) 83?

Robert Kenedy (82) 84/85

Scott McTominay (80) 83/84

Phil Foden (75) 77

Tosin Adarabioyo (75) 77

Brahim Diaz (75) 77

Thank you in advance!

No prob

Thanks, you the man!

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17th: Leeds, Norwich, Sheffield Wednesday + (QPR, Nott Forest, Hull)

18th: Sheffield Utd, Bristol City, Ipswich + (Leeds, Norwich, Sheffield Wednesday)

19th: Preston, Millwall, Brentford + (Sheffield Utd, Bristol City, Ipswich)

20th: Villa, Boro, Derby + (Preston, Millwall, Brentford)

21st: Wolves, Cardiff, Fulham + (Villa, Boro, Derby)

22nd: Ligue 1? + (Wolves, Cardiff, Fulham)

 

Usually each team takes two days, so the bracketed are the second days. So according to this forecast Ligue 1 will start on Tuesday.

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Brooks (Wolfsburg)
Everton (Gremio)
Merino (Newcastle)
Donsah (Bologna)
Diallo (Mainz)

Is there a future 89-90+ player among these ones? I absolutely need to sell someone to get cash.

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1 hour ago, Marek said:

Brooks (Wolfsburg)
Everton (Gremio)
Merino (Newcastle)
Donsah (Bologna)
Diallo (Mainz)

Is there a future 89-90+ player among these ones? I absolutely need to sell someone to get cash.

Sell everyone then ;)

37 minutes ago, jlammy said:

Rank Sterling, Sane and Di Maria? 

Hysaj or Semedo?

Lo Celso or Rodri Hernandez? 

Di Maria, Sané, Sterling

Still Hysaj

Lo Celso

59 minutes ago, andre.silvaduarte@hotmail.com said:

Franck RIBERY, maintains 91 or -1?

Good season...91 is fair

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46 minutes ago, ProfeQuintero said:

@TMCosta why don’t you like Selke or Baumgartl?  They will rise to 87.  My team average is 84.  5th Division with low budget.

Where did i said that? :) refresh my memory...

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I'm curious about what to do with Kiko Femenia and Javier Manquillo.  Which should I keep, which should I sell?

Femenia according to Rahul will go +1 in next EPL review, but why wouldn't Manquillo go up since he's got similar stats?

  Femenia Manquillo
Appearances 19(4) 20(1)
Minutes 1715 1759
SM Rating 86 86
Goals 1 0
Assists 1 1
Position D,DM,M(R),AM(RL) D(RL),DM,M(R)
Team Watford (14th) Newcastle (10th)

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5 hours ago, Sir Rahul said:

17th: Leeds, Norwich, Sheffield Wednesday + (QPR, Nott Forest, Hull)

18th: Sheffield Utd, Bristol City, Ipswich + (Leeds, Norwich, Sheffield Wednesday)

19th: Preston, Millwall, Brentford + (Sheffield Utd, Bristol City, Ipswich)

20th: Villa, Boro, Derby + (Preston, Millwall, Brentford)

21st: Wolves, Cardiff, Fulham + (Villa, Boro, Derby)

22nd: Ligue 1? + (Wolves, Cardiff, Fulham)

 

Usually each team takes two days, so the bracketed are the second days. So according to this forecast Ligue 1 will start on Tuesday.

I'm going to go pop if they wait much longer! :) 

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1 hour ago, ProfeQuintero said:

@TMCosta why don’t you like Selke or Baumgartl?  They will rise to 87.  My team average is 84.  5th Division with low budget.

Both should rise. My preference would be Baumgartl though. Think he may rise higher and is highly regarded in Germany

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45 minutes ago, Real Xabi said:

I'm curious about what to do with Kiko Femenia and Javier Manquillo.  Which should I keep, which should I sell?

Femenia according to Rahul will go +1 in next EPL review, but why wouldn't Manquillo go up since he's got similar stats?

  Femenia Manquillo
Appearances 19(4) 20(1)
Minutes 1715 1759
SM Rating 86 86
Goals 1 0
Assists 1 1
Position D,DM,M(R),AM(RL) D(RL),DM,M(R)
Team Watford (14th) Newcastle (10th)

Manquillo has only played 139 minutes since last review, so doubt he will go up this review.

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3 hours ago, ProfeQuintero said:

Deadnre Yedlin to 87?

over 3000 minutes and 33 league starts 

Last season, WBA and Bournemouth finished 9th and 10th place. According to them, they were not so generous.

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