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  1. Re: Gold Championship Teams - Who I'm Going For & Who I Landed !
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  2. Disclaimer: Searched and couldnt find anything on him, i sincerely apologise if there is. Ben Wright Date of Birth: 10.08.1988 Nationality: English Height: Right Footed. Position: Striker Club: Peterborough Squad No.27 SM Rating: 64 Next Rating Changes: 74/75 Starting Out: Having progressed through Basingstoke Towns' youth academy, which isnt exactly known for its academy products , Ben's promising career got an early launch after wowing coaches at Basingstoke's academy. But before that he featured for local sides Chineham Tigers, Basingstoke Town Colts, Hawkfield and Hatch Warren before being drafted into Basingstoke's academy and soon, their 1st team. 1st team? Why, yes please! In 2005, at the tender age of 16, Ben made his 1st team debut for Basingstoke and impressed fans with glimpses of his technical ability. During his time in the 1st team, Ben played 27 times; scoring 3 goals. He also enjoyed 2 loan spells in his 2 years at Basing. They are as followed: Winchester City: This loan spell came in 2006, at just 17 years of age. Although his stats whilst on loan there are somewhat of a mystery, i apologise for not being able to find something; i will update this if i do. Andover: In 2007 Ben was again sent on loan, this time to Southern League Div.1 side Andover F.C. It is here that Ben really showed his true potential. He put in some quality performances and came away from Andover with 7 goals in 13 appearances for the 1st team. Not that impressive considering the team you may be thinking? Well, actually it is impressive; its not often a 17 year old can show the strength and determination as Ben did against opponents much older than himself! A Controversal Exit In Autumn of 2007, Ben was controversly released from Basingstoke. After reading more about the reasons as to why this happened, it turns out the manager at the time, Francis Vines, didnt like Bens attitude in playing a new role. It seems he wanted Ben to play as target man, instead of the free-roaming, tricky striker he is. So he was shown the exit and was forced to join a club of lower stature. This is an interview given shortly after his exit: Carshalton Athletic 2007/08 Season Although he only endured a short time at Carshalton, he endured moderate success at the Isthmian Premier League club. Making no less than 15 appearances, Ben returned to his tricky ways; skillfully moving past defenders nearly twice his age! In his time there he scored 2 goals, not exactly a 'Thierry Henry-esque' goal ratio but his performances were solid and they earned him yet another move. The Return To Andover; 2008 After a highly successful loan spell a year before, still a teenager, Ben re-joined Andover; albeit for a short time. Again, though he enjoyed a great time here, producing the kind of form that dazzled coaches at youth level. He made six appearances in a very short stay, but still grabbed 3 goals. Fleet Town 2008-Continued Another impossily short stay saw Ben turn out for Isthmian League Div.1 side Fleet town for no less than seven games. Although in this time he managed 3 goals for the semi-professional side. His performances sparked interest from higher teams and Ben became an intrigueing prospect to other non-league clubs. A ridiculously short stay, i know, but this gives him credit for his performances and it shows his good mentality. Only a strong minded person could float around clubs that often and still produce the quality of football that is expected of him. Another Move - Hampton & Richmond 2008/09 Season: Ben made it one step closer to his dream of league football after signing for Blue Square South side Hampton & Richmond last summer. This was a big step up for the young striker, but one that he proved he could handle and he repayed the Hampton manager, Alan Devonshire, for having faith in him and giving him his 1st full season. And boy did Ben repay him well! He made 27 appearances for the 1st team, grabbing himself 13 goals; a goal ratio of 1 goal every other game! That impressive record came in just 18 starts and 9 sub appearances. Thanks to Ben's prolific striking, Hampton finished 2nd in Blue Square South, thus winning them promotion. It was then that he gained the attention of 'big clubs'. Goal-ace Ben in action for Hampton. Interest Is High After his terrific season for Hampton, Ben was on the wanted list of many higher-profiled clubs. The reportedly interested clubs were; Premier League side Fulham, Championship Aces Reading and League 1 highflyers Millwall and Peterborough. The fee that Hampton were commanding for Ben was thought to be a record amount, beating ex-Hampton man Leroy Griffiths' transfer for 40,000 to QPR back in 2001. Completes Transer to Fulham.. Or Does He.. In January this year, Ben had seemingly completed his transfer to Premier League side Fulham; until mysteriously they dropped out. Everybody believed the transfer to have been completed, and it was even reported on Sky Sports News that he deal was done: http://www.skysports.com/story/0,19528,11661_4851844,00.html But just after he completed a medical and was due to sign a contract, Fulham dropped out of the transfer; for reasons unknown even to this day. Ben said this in an interview about the matter: Why, Hello There Fergie.. After the fiasco of the Fulham deal, League 1 highflyers (at the time) Peterborough swooped in to sign Ben just half-an-hour after the Premier Leage team withdrew their offer. After completing the deal, Ben was pleased to see a familiar face at his new club, former Basingstoke midfielder Sergio Torres. Although never playing a 1st team game with Sergio at Basing. he did play against, and alongside him in training and reserves matches an built up a strong friendship with the midfield maestro; who welcomed him to the club with a hug. Sergio has since let Ben share accomodations with him as he comes to terms with his new life in Peterborough. Kettering, Loan Deal; Remainder of 2008/09 Season Despite making his 'Borough debut in February, coming on as an 86th minute sub against Southend, and narrowly missing out on a place on the bench against Brighton after the game was called off; Ben was sent on loan for the remainder of last season. Kettering was the destination. He joined new team-mate Alfie Potter. During his time there, he managed 11 appearances for the 1st team, scoring 3 goals. Although 3 goals sounds quite an insignificant amount, Ben's overall play was impressive and his performances were solid. What the 2009/10 Season Holds After finishing up his loan-spell, Ben was re-assured that next season he will be used regularly in the 'Borough 1st team as they prepare for life in the Championship. And team-mate Aaron Mclean admitted that he was impressed with Ben's performance: This is high praise indeed from established 1st teamer and prolific marksmen Mclean. Ben Aims To Improve He said this in a recent interview: Attributes: * Technically Gifted. * Skillfull. * Prolific. * Great 1st Touch. Overview In his career, he has already amassed over 90 1st team apps, netting 33 times. An impressive tally in such a short career. I believe he has what it takes to feature regularly for Posh next season, and with forwards Boyd and Mclean (both rated 79) and Mackail-Smith (rated 80) most likely in for a rise in the next changes, due to performances and promotion, Ben could well be in for a rise to 74/75 next time around; which could well go up to 77/78 if he becomes a 1st teamer. Even with less regular appearances, he should still get a rise to around the 71/72 mark. A decent buy for smaller teams. Definately a player for the future, make my words; he'll be in the Prem in a few years. 04mftwLblfM Skillfull Player: s8Xa7S7FajU&feature=related All Comments Appreciated
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  3. Potential Risers In SWITZERLAND DISCLAIMER: I KNOW THE TIME WHEN SWITZERLAND IS REVIEWED IS A LONG TIME AWAY, BUT I WATCH QUITE A LOT OF THE FOOTBALL OVER THERE. IF I CONTINUE TO GET INFRACTIONS, THEN IT IS LIKELY I WILL NOT BE HERE TO DO THE THREAD. The Swiss League has just kicked off, so I will be offering my ‘advice’ on who is likely to be getting big rises. AC Bellinzona Alessandro CIARROCCHI - 21 - CF - 78. This young, but highly-rated, striker is attracting rave reviews for his play for AC Bellinzona. Ciarrocchi played 21 games last season, but most of his opportunities were restricted to coming off the substitutes’ bench to try and impress manager Marco Schällibaum. Before the season kicked off, however, Schällibaum announced that Ciarrocchi would be starting more games, and thus would be getting more chances to impress. And he has certainly impressed. Despite the season only being 2 games old, he scored a great volley against Neuchâtel Xamax in the first game of the season, and 7 days later he produced another fine performance that sent the press in Switzerland into delirium. He has already been tipped to be one of the season’s best youngsters, with the legendary Alex Frei giving his opinion on the youngster. For the time being, though, I think Alessandro can reach the low 80s when SM reviews Switzerland, if he continues his fine displays. Ciarrocchi has also played for Switzerland U-21s, so there is a possibility that the senior side could come calling some time soon. His style of play has earned comparisons with Italian striker Cristian Vieri. Both are physical, chunky strikers who don’t back out of challenges. The fact that Ciarrocchi and Vieri wear the number 32 is probably just a coincidence, but it certainly helps the comparions ! BSC Young Boys Seydou DOUMBIA - 21 - 83. This boy is hot stuff in Switzerland at the moment. Last season, he finished top scorer with 20 goals, despite most of the time he was on the pitch were from substitutes appearances. Jack Edwards managed to create a little thread on Seydou, but the brief report didn’t really do justice towards Switzerland’s goal machine. BSC Young Boys signed Doumbia for a paltry 150,000 Euros from Tokushima Vortis, a team currently playing in the Japanese 2nd Division. A fantastic signing it could turn out to be, for a host of Premiership clubs are ready to spend big money on a striker who has set the Swiss Super League alight . . . from the substitutes bench. Yes, that’s right; Doumbia only started 8 games last season, coming on as a substitute 24 times. I saw him play for the majority of the season, and he showed the determination to try and prove manager Vladimir Petkovic that keeping on him the bench wasn’t the best of ideas. The 21-year old is only 5ft 10, but he makes up for his lack of height with lightning speed and ferocious shooting. Last year, he was rewarded with a call-up to the Ivory Coast national side following his performances, but he hasn’t played for the side since. This could be changed if he continues to score more goals. This season, he has scored twice: in the 3-2 win over FC Zurich, and bagged another in the draw against St. Gallen. Now he has started both games this season, it appears manager Petkovic has realised that Doumbia is better utilised starting the game, rather than bringing him from the substitutes bench. Doumbia is currently rated 83, but I foresee a rise to about 85. FC Basel Federico ALMERARES - 24 - 74. Federico Almerares may not have the potential or the promise of the players in the previous posts, but he will probably rise when SM reviews Switzerland. After playing for River Plate for 5 years, Almerares decided a move was needed to kick-start his faltering career. He came to FC Basle after a successful trial, and it looks like he will become a fixture in the starting line-up. The goals haven’t started yet, but it looks like it might be a while before they will; Almerares hasn’t really impressed me, but I aim to provide risers. I reckon he’ll get about 7 goals this season, which could get him a rise. For smaller teams, he will be an ideal buy. Neuchâtel Xamax Abdullah Omar Ismail - 21 - Not on DB. Abdullah Omar Ismail isn’t (to my knowledge) on the database, but I think he should be after some classy performances for Neuchâtel Xamax, and the fact he has played nearly 20 internationals for Bahrain. Although I haven’t seen any of his games for Bahrain, I am led to believe that he is a key player for the team, at the tender age of 21. Omar started his career at Muharraq Club, located in Bahrain. From the age of 19, he was a regular at the club before joining Neuchâtel Xamax this July. Ismail plays in the centre of midfield, but has played in an attacking midfielder role for Bahrain in the past. Neuchâtel Xamax were lacking a central midfielder for the start of the season, so Omar was brought in and has injected skill and class into Neuchâtel, which was missing before he was brought in. If someone asks SM to add him onto the database, and once he is added, I will update this player’s profile; about whether to buy him, whether he will rise. So that is 4 players who I think will probably rise when Switzerland is reviewed. The first two players will probably rise to a higher rating than the latter two, but all have the ability to rise and make a profit for your teams. Thankyou.
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  4. Guys, this is a fun thread I've seem in other Forums (mostly brazilian ones). You post the name of the music you are listening to, place a link if possible (so we all could listen to it), and rate the above posted music (0 to 10). Example: I'm listening to "Yuri Laszlo" (good music ) ------------------------------------------------- Other forumer: Good music Dexter, give an 8,5 I like New age too! I'm listening to "Broggio Silva" right now. ------------------------------------------------- Another forumer: 5 to Broggio Silva. Good vocals, but i dislike Hard-Core. I'm listening to "xxxxxxxxxxxxx" now..... --------------------------------------------------- Get it? Few rules: 1-) Don't spam!!!! If you want to say something, post a song! 2-) You must rate only the above song, not the first 20s, just because you like them all! 3-) All opinions must de respected. I must have good sense when critising, but,if i push too hard, you should not reply with a dirtyest answer! 4-) This is supposed to be a fun thread, showing new kinds of music to each other person. Don't spoil it!
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  5. Sinny

    Jozsef Varga

    Jozsef Varga Jozsef Varga is a defensive midfielder, who plays in the Nemzeti Bajnoksag, the top division of Hungarian football. Varga, 20, is a youth product from current 2nd placed Debreceni VSC. He played for Debreceni VSC II and made 8 appearances, scoring 1 goal and immediately impressed the first team. Varga finally made his debut on the 12th September 2008, against Haladas VSE, but it was a debut to forget, the midfielder come on at half time, only to be replaced due to injury just under half hour later. Over a month later, he came back from injury and made an impressive starting debut and played 90 minutes and has been a regular since for Debreceni since. His current rating is 75, and can well increase continuously to about 83 to 85 if he carries on at this rate. As Debreceni are also 2nd, chasing 1st spot, this can have a good effect on his rating change in the future. Appearances: 2008/09: 12/09/08 - VSC Debreceni 2-2 Haladas VSE - 27 minutes 18/10/08 - Kaposvar 0-1 VSC Debreceni - 90 minutes 24/10/08 - VSC Debreceni 4-1 Honved - 70 minutes 02/11/08 - MTK 0-1 VSC Debreceni - 62 minutes 08/11/08 - VSC Debreceni 1-2 Diósgyőri VTK - 75 minutes 14/11/08 - Paksi SE 0-2 VSC Debreceni - 86 minutes 06/03/09 - Fehérvár 0-1 VSC Debreceni - 90 minutes 14/03/09 - VSC Debreceni 4-0 Nyíregyháza Spartacus - 90 minutes 20/03/09 - Ujpest 2-0 VSC Debreceni - 90 minutes 04/04/09 - VSC Debreceni 5-1 BFC Siófok - 31 minutes 08/04/09 - Zalaegerszeg TE 2-1 VSC Debreceni - 90 minutes 11/04/09 - Haladas VSE 1-2 VSC Debreceni - 90 minutes 19/04/09 - Vasas SC 1-3 VSC Debreceni - 90 minutes (2 assists) Quick Recap: Name: Jozsef Varga Date of Birth: 6th June 1988 Nationality: Hungary Club: VSC Debreceni Position: DM/CM SM Value: £547k Rating: 75
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  6. JinxMillion

    Aiman NAPOLI

    Aiman Napoli QUICK INFO Club: Inter/ (Italy) Age: 20 Nationality: Italian Position: Forward B.I. (BEFORE INTER) Aiman was born in a small province town outside Milano on the 02-JUL-1989. The young striker played for several local football clubs before signing for Pro Sesto in 2005, in Serie C1 (now Lega Pro). The 16-year old played 2 matches before being signed in a co-ownership deal with Inter in JAN-2007. Napoli was then loaned back to Pro Sesto for the rest of 2006/2007-season. IT'S PRIMAVERA TIME Napoli returned to Inter to play in the Primavera team in 2007/2008. In his first season for the Inter Primavera squad, Aiman bagged an impressive 15 goals, in 26 matches – the most of any Inter player. Inter finished behind Udinese and Chievo in their division B. Aiman Napoli also debuted for Inter’s first team in the Coppa Italita against Reggina, DEC-2007. LAST SEASON Inter finished top of their Primavera division, but lost (away goals) over two legs to Siena in the play-offs. Aiman Napoli was Inter’s top scorer with 18 goals. Inter resolved the co-ownership agreement and signed the young goal machine fulltime from Pro Sesto in JAN-2009. WATCH HERE: Napoli right-footed goal (0.20) and Balotelli and Napoli playing one-two, followed up by a goal by Napoli (0.59) WATCH HERE: Napoli squeezes through the defense and bags a goal *BONUS INFO* Napoli has been top scorer for the Inter Primavera in both of his seasons with the Nerazzuri. Aiman Napoli has more goals than fellow striker, Balotelli, at an Inter youth level. When Aiman Napoli scores, Inter's Primavera team usually don’t lose (only happened once in 52 matches) Aiman had a hattrick in a 9-2 routing of Triestina in APR-2008. 2009/20010 Napoli has been loaned out to Modena in Serie B for the 2009/2010-season. He will be joined by fellow Inter players, Alfonso (Pisa) and Daminuta (Inter Primavera). Last year another Inter player, Biabiany, had great success at Modena. Time will tell if Napoli can replicate the feat. *CHARACTERISTICS* Clinical finisher Match decider Good positioning Out-and-out goal scorer SM STATS SM-rating: 69 Chairman value: 20k Next rise: +4/5 – Regular team player or super sub, he should be in for a rise if he gets some games. The question is how much of a rise. I’ll keep you updated. Future: Even though “the special one” showed willingness to let young players play for the first team last year (Santon, Balotelli) and a couple of youth players have been called up this season (Obi, Krhin, Destro), I just don’t see Napoli playing for Inter. A good season at Modena could result in another loan move in 2010/2011 or perhaps a transfer away from San Siro. No matter what, he could turn out to be a nice gamble or just an appetizing money-maker.
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  7. Toro De Líbano

    Search Name

    I think it would be a little more convenient if each player had their "search name" added onto their profile, just so that managers know what to type when they want to search that player. Because there are really annoying players like Fernando Torres, Jo, Dani Aquino etc who are not easy to search and, if you don't know what club they play for, can be a bit if a headache for mamagers. The only problem I can see is that it would take an eternity for SM to go through thousands of players, especially if they have more important stuff to do. I don't blame them, but if this is feasible then it would be nice to have it considered.
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  8. This thread made by me and Monty Vid Belec Age: 19 Club: Inter Milan Nationality: Slovenian Position: GK Currently NOT ON DB!! Vid Belec is young Slovenian talented goalkeeper who play for Inter Milan. He just promoted to senior squad this season Belec, born on June 6th, 1990 at Maribor, Slovenia. When he's child, he play 2 sports, tennis and football and very talented at both. Until, at 12 years old, he decided to become football player.He then had the opportunity to join the youth ranks of Maribor, which he duly accepted, where he progressed for nearly 5 years, perfecting physical and mental attributes. At December 2006, he joined trial at Milan and former Inter goalkeeper coach, Luciano Castellini impressed with him and finally at January 2007, Inter signed him from Maribor Belec has been regular keeper for Primavera team since he joined. He was the goalkeeper in Primavera squad who won Torneo Viareggio Tournament in 2008. Due to his good form at youth team, Mourinho asked Belec to trained with first team 3 months ago and finally Belec promoted to senior squad this season Belec is U19 Slovenian national team player. He's regular keeper for them. He's called by Milos Kostic, Slovenia U19 coach in the squad who'll participate in 8th edition of U19 Euro Championship that will be held in Ukraine from 21 July to 2 August 2009 but he decided to stay at Inter who'll play in World Football Challange in USA this month. He play 90 minute at match against Chelsea today where Chelsea won 2-0 by Drogba and Lampard(penalty) Belec has very tall posture. With 193 cm,he's very dominant in air duel. Looking to the fact that Mourinho already trust him to play against Chelsea, i think he'll be Julio Cesar deputy this season and he's been tipped as next Inter No.1
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  9. tadpole

    A new idea

    I've been reading alot of other people's ideas for youth games and what not, and I've come up with my own format. When Player AI comes in, contracts will become increasingly important. I think that players should lose there fitness at least a bit for International Games. I will explain why later. It is not realistic that a player doesn't get tired after playing in an International Game. I think that they should lose just as much, and be able to pick up injuries too. Thats when the contract comes in handy. In the contract, from now on you could change: Wages Minimum Games/season w/ Club (important in real life) How Many International Games They Can Play. If your player is an important player, you might say that he could play all qualifiers, but only one friendly. All players are eligible for the World Cup. If you say less than all, looking at the calendar, you will specify which game(s) they can not play in. In case yo have an important game right afterwards, you can do that, and your player will still be in full health when you get him. Also, they should really implement youth games. There could be a league and a cup, but no shield. And you know how one turn every week has 4 days, and one has 3? Well, the league for the Youth will be small, so there could be a game every week during the 4 day turn, where there is no game for the first team. Also, I think that It should be U-23, but any players rated 90 and over can't play. For the Youth World Cup, any player that is not chosen for the main national team can be chosen for U-23 national team. The first team manager will also manage the youth team... What do you think?? Please give me feedback!
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  10. Re: Official Red Devils thread
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  11. Re: Official Red Devils thread That camera man has the right idea- shielding his face as Gerrard comes towards him.
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  12. Re: Official Red Devils thread It's my 1000th POST!!!!!! So, thought I'd make it worth it.................... MWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA
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  13. Seftinho

    The Ashes

    Re: Ashes 2009
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  14. Re: Right now i'm listening to... Kasabian - Fire
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  15. craigjohnson

    A new idea

    Re: A new idea
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  16. Okay, i'll go through this all in detail. Right, basically last week to celebrate Manchester City's signing of Carlos Tevez, and to get at the United fans, Manchester City erected a big poster in the centre of manchester exact to the one below. Not only does it get at the fact and question whether Manchester United is in Manchester, or in the disrict of Trafford/Stretford, but welcomes him to MCFC. So as i posted this on my facebook page, my friend who is the integral part of this story posted a picture with michael owen on it saying welcome to Manchester. Not understanding that, a) i didn't make the picture, and the meaning and idea of the poster. So he made the Michael Owen one, and with his consent i posted on the Man City forum, bluemoon. So, to man city fans delight they laughed and criticised the picture in a humourus way. This then led to people starting posting their own image and made up one of Michael Owen. And then the image below was made This picture posted on my thread, has become part of an email circulation and has been posted accross the world, and has found it's way to the Daily Mail and M.E.N (Manchester Evening News), and was printed in both papers today. So, a thread i simply made as a joke has found it's way into the papers. Link: http://www.bluemoon-mcfc.co.uk/forum/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=131911&start=30 I'm JuniorBlue
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  17. Spam

    Help With Deal(s) Thread...

    Re: Help With Deal(s) Thread...
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  18. Re: loan list improvement : poll inc. Well if he is your second keeper then you definately can't loan him out regardless of the situation because If you only have two goalkeepers then you will have one, and if he is your second best goalkeeper then he won't be allowed to go out on loan as the chairman will deem him too good to loan.
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  19. GeorgeECFC

    Can you get out??

    Re: Can you get out?? "Can you get out??" No Just moved the Jesus picture so I can see the safe but totally stuck I shall now sit on the chair staring at the picture, surviving on a piece of paper and a gold bar. If I get very hungry, I shall eat the 2 buttons/batteries/whatever they are, and maybe even smash the test tube and eat the paper from inside. But then I shall make more keys from the legs of the chair, using a piece of glass from the now broken test tube to cut it into shape! I can then make my exit! I'm a genius
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  20. Guest

    Conspiracy Theories

    Re: Conspiracy Theories Ok, gonna try again on the JFK conspiracy. . As we all know, a conspiracy is when more than one person is involved. So we have to try and prove there was more than one shooter, ie, Oswald. Ok, it was said that Oswald fired three bullets in the deed to assassinate JFK, there were other reports to suggest a fourth bullet was fired. I had the pleasure to be in Dealey Plaza last September and it remains eerily the same as on that fateful day. Very little has changed in the 45 or so years so let's get started. There are two crosses on the road where JFK was hit, about twenty yards apart, as you stand at the window of the fifth floor of the book depository where Oswald "allegedly" was. the trajectory and range of the bullets are well within the limits of physics. What is not commonly known or mentioned is, 1) The three "vagrants" caught on the grassy knoll just after the shooting. I have a magazine of never before seen photographs of these three men being escorted away by the police, none of them was dressed in "vagrant" garb and one is clearly seen with an ear piece in his ear identical to a police officer in the same shot. Co-incidence? The men were released shortly afterwards and never heard of again. 2) There is a photo commonly distributed of a man about a hundred yards in front of the motorcade, standing by the underpass, taking photo's of the approaching motorcade. he was hit by a bullet that richoted off the underpass beside him and hit him in the ear. The bullet mark is still there to this day, now, if he was standing directly in front of the motorcade which the photograph indicates and he was hit by a bullet, it must have been fired from directly behind the motorcade to hit the wall beside him. If that's the case, Oswald, who "allegedly" was on the fifth floor shooting down on the president at an acute angle, couldn't possibly have fired that bullet that hit the underpass 100 yards further down the road directly in front of JFK. I only found out when I went to Dallas that if you stand right behind where the motorcade came down, that building was used by the CIA in those days. Co-incidence? 3) Next thing, JFK signed a bill to get America out of the Vietnam war in the summer of 1963. Lyndon B. Johnson, the guy who took over from JFK, was a silent partner in the company that sold arms to the American Army. Ironically, this was the first Bill that Johnson cancelled on entering the White House and the War went on for another twelve years. Co-incidence? 4) In the magazine I have and it has been authenticated by the powers that be, it states that SIX bullets were fired at least from three different angles, The book store, the grassy Knoll and directly behind the motorcade. Last but not least, over 100 people who were directly or indirectly involved with the Assassination died mysteriously with two years of the killing. Co-incidence? Finally, the autopsy that was done on JFK was doctored after the Medical Examiner finished. I have clear pictures of two different autopsy reports, that doctor was one who mysteriously died within a year of the killing. You decide.
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  21. Re: New Forum Summer World Championship! Just add new club refresh at 7 and it should be the first game world being created in the new setup section
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  22. Name: Roderick Miranda Age: 18 Position: Centre-Back Team: Benfica Roderick Miranda is, in my opinion, one for the future. He reminds me a lot of Rio Ferdinand; efficient tackler, tall, strong and able to pick out a good pass from the back to the wingers or strikers. He has played a part in all of Benfica's pre-season matches, and has been equal to the likes of Shakhtar Donetsk's players and Atletico Madrid. One particular tackle was one in which he totally read Simao, and when Simao tried to take him on, he stuck a leg in and tackled him. If you get a chance, try to watch him against Sunderland on Friday 24th July. Not on Database
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  23. Re: International Private Set Up 1234567890
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  24. Re: Official Gold Championships Discussions Thread hello all If anyone is interested in doing deals in gold championship 64 please personal message me and we'll take it further. thanks
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  26. Re: Players: Should I buy, sell or keep? Definitely keep, he's sought after by a few European giants and is a cert to hit 90 in the Brazilian ratings changes.
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  27. Re: mavuba+marin =zhirkov ? I'm not convinced Zhirkov was actually an Ancelotti signing. Malouda signed a new three year deal with the club this week, so it's pretty clear he's in Ancelotti's first team plans. If the A.Hole stays, which is not something you could always be sure of given the amount of money being dangled around this summer, Zhirkov is gonna have to find a new position but there's no denying the fact that he's a class player. I rate him more than Malouda, but it's all up to Carlo.
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  28. Guest

    Conspiracy Theories

    Re: Conspiracy Theories I have some very interesting things to discuss about the JFK assassination. After reading about this for over forty years I actually went to Dallas last September and found out things that had never been put out. Have to go out for a bit but I shall return and whet your appetite hopefully on some data never been shown before.
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  29. Re: Official Gold Championships Discussions Thread GC64: Ibrahimvodic lev 96 can leve for a replecment stricker 93 and a wenger lev 91/92
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  30. Re: English Championship 106 - Transfer/Gossip thread Can Yeovil Town Do A Miricle? Can this little club perorm one of the biggest tasks in football? Yeovil havnt had the best of luck lately with managers coming and going and have lost two games in a row! But Yeovil could still make it into playoffs?? Answer is: Yes, Slightly Here is the task: Yeovil are lying 5 places under 6th spot. Yeovil will have to win all 5 games AND have all of the teams lose above them. Impossible? No. Hard? Extremely Here what manager Tom Tamburro had to say "It's probably impossible after tonights game but we will not give up. Even if we dont reach the play offs we can at least try and go as high as possible to get more money from a better league position. We cant give up, so we will try, and of course, it makes it a little easier because we are playing bottom of the league, but it will still be hard as we lost earlier in the season 2-1, so good luck to the lads. In other Yeovil news: Yeovil have managed to sell 86 rated Balenziaga. Soon has Tamburro saw that he wa not a brilliant player and found out he was worth the most in the team he selled him staright away" He said "with the money from him and the money we hope the chairman will invest and the money from the league we hope to build a whole new team, what ever division we end up in"
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  31. Re: mavuba+marin =zhirkov ? i think you should because i think zhirkov will be quality at chelsea. as for bremen, diego is a HUGE lose which will mean they wont be the same also with losing Pizzaro. This means marin i think wont hit 90 and mavouba will never go past 90 because he is never going to find a game at france. Go for Zhirkov!
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  32. draga9

    Need youth help

    Re: Need youth help Delac Everton Silva, Toloi, Dragovic, Uendel Stanislas, Sandro Ranieri, Ekdal (Well known, if not get Castiglia), Leerdam Tafer, Giuliano Hope that helps, i tried to put as many talents i could that arnt so well known
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  33. Dudeskin

    The Ashes

    Re: Ashes 2009 I dont really think us english should be gettin ahead of ourselves with the recent games. Whenevr we've come up against a truly good team we've failed. Still we shud qualify, but will ultimatly fail like always.
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  34. AsianInvasian

    English Championship 1

    Re: English Championship 1 Bradford Scrape Through In The Cup Bradford City Vs Luton Town Two seasons ago Bradford came so close to a fairytale ending, only for Wolves then managed by Danny Williams to defeat the Bantams on penalties in the final of the English Cup. Last year it was Danny Williams once again, this time at Leeds who stopped Bradford in the Quarter Final's of the Cup! Samra was keen on getting to the Quarter's again, and although his second team were sent out, Samra believed his team was good enough for the win! Luton were the side who were creating all the chances early on, Moussa Sissoko somehow missing the target with a header from six yards out! Luis Diogo was creating all sorts of trouble for the Bradford defence consisting of Columbian Juan Zuniga, Mexican Hector Moreno and Portugese stopper Eduardo Ze Castro. Diogo took an outrageous shot from 30 yards out, only to see the ball just go over the post, and minutes later dangerous play in the box by the same Brazilian forced Zuniga into a last ditch tackle gifting Luton a corner. Bradford were struggling to get into the game, and were lucky not to be behind! Adrian Nkici somehow missed a tap-in from two yards out in front of an open goal! He nearly made up for that mistake minutes later, smashing the ball from just outside the box, past a despairing Carrasso, only for Zuniga to clear off the line. It was fair to say that the midfield quintet of Cheyrou, Balmont, Lemoine, Kalachev and Bertolo just couldn't impose themselves on the game! For the rest of the half, Bradford were just trying to keep a clean sheet, barely getting out of their own half, hoping that a half-time ear bashing could give them some inspiration! Carrasso was called into action time after time, producing some truly magnificent saves. Diogo was clearly frustrated, and this may have led to his mind being elsewhere when the easiest chance of the half fell to him. Three yards out when the ball was cut back to him by Pereirinha, he had all the time in the world, but for some reason he chose to snatch at the chance, and the ball rolled agonisingly wide! As soon as the ball went out of play, the whistle went for the break. Half Time: Bradford City 0-0 Luton Town As the teams came out for the second half, it was clear what had been said in both dressing rooms. "More of the same", Luton manager Adam Green must have been thinking, while Samra's team talk was something along the lines of "The result of this game decides your future at this club". Samra's talk seemed to have worked, Bradford kept the ball for longer than a couple of passes for the first time in the game, and immediately they had a chance, and unlike his opposite number, Claudio Pizarro hit the back of the net with supreme confidence. That goal seemed to energise Bradford, Velthuzien being forced into a number of world-class saves to keep his side in the match. That hard work seemed to be undone by a moment of madness by the referee, who, after a Benoit Cheyrou dive, rightfully produced a card. But the colour of the card amazed even Samra (who has seen some weird things in his time), Bradford were down to 10 men, and Samra sent instructions to sit back and counter-attack! The plan nearly paying dividends minutes after it was put into action, Bertolo and Pizarro missing glorious chances. Even though they were a man up, Luton could not produce the same attacking football they had done in the first half! Their defence seemed to disappear too, Bradford getting chance after chance, but failing to extend their lead. In the 89th Minute, Vitorino Antunes decided to drift into the Bradford half, and with nothing to lose, he smashed a volley from 25 yards out, it looked like it was going too high, until the ball suddenly dipped and dipped, lobbing Carrasso. Bradford City fan's had their hearts in their mouths, as the ball crashed onto the underside of the bar, and was nicked from Diogo, who was waiting for the rebound, just in time by a valiant Ze Castro! Full Time: Bradford City 1-0 Luton Town Bradford's Man of the Match see's them through to the next round safely!
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  35. Re: Manchester City (WC 6114) Manchester City Team News for Euro Cup Round 1 For Manchester City's first cup match of the current league campaign, Selby has issued the following information regarding team news ahead for the away match against RSC Anderlecht. Below is the Starting XI for the clash: GK = Shay Given RB = Pablo Zabaleta CB = Vincent Kompany CB = Micah Richards LB = Wayne Bridge CM = Nigel De Jong CM = Gareth Barry LM = Luis Valencia RM = Elano AM = Peter Crouch ST = Dirk Kuyt Formation: 4-2-3-1 Sub 1 = Ryan Shawcross Sub 2 = Gojko Kacar Sub 3 = Shaun Wright Phillips Sub 4 = José Sand Sub 5 = Roque Santa Cruz Manchester City have named an un-named side for their first Cup match of the current league campaign. Selby has named the same side, and the same formation which lost to Bordeaux on Saturday. Through naming such a strong side for the cup match, is it a sign of strong intent of Selby's intentions for the cup competition. Most likely, but it's expected that Selby will name a weakened side for Wednesday's league match against Olympiacos.
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  36. Re: Youngsters in Portugal
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  37. up gunners

    Youngsters in Portugal

    Re: Youngsters in Portugal Daniel Carrico Daniel Carrico is a 20 year old centre back who is currently playing for Portuguese giants Sporting Lisbon. He is considered a one of the most promising defenders of his generation and is already classified as a starter for Sporting Lisbon. Youth Career Daniel Carrico first began his career in the youth schools of Estoril. As soon as he started playing well for Estoril Sporting came and swooped for him. During his time in Sportings youth team he was the standout player continually playing well and winning youth championships with his Sporting team. He has always been a Sporting supporter therefore the choice to move to Sporting was an easy one for him. With all of these great performances came international youth call ups for Portugal. Sporting youth coaches believe that Daniel Carrico's best attributes is his mentally, maturity. His maturity was shown when he was captain of nearly every single Sporting youth team he was apart of. By the 2006/2007 season his youth career was over and he made the step up to senior football Senior Career In the 2006/2007 season Paulo Bento recognised youth Carricos potential and so called him up to play for the senior team. He was used sparingly in his first season at Sporting with Caneira, Tonel and Polga all ahead of him in the pecking order. He was loaned out to lower league side Olivais e Moscavide to gain first team experience. Paulo Bento quickly recalled him though as he thought he was sent out pre-maturely and made him train with the juniors for a little while longer to get him ready for first grade football. After a little while he was again sent out to Olivais de Moscavide and featured 9 times for the club. Overall his time spent on loan at Olivais wasn't really a great success. His great success came with AEL Limassol. Thats where he showed his true qualities and was a mainstay in the Cypriot side. Since then he has returned to Sporting and was an ever present figure in the Sporting line up. Carrico played 22 times overall for Sporting 20 times as a starter and twice as a sub. In what he lacks with height he is very strong in slide tackles and most importantly he is very strong mentally. Portuguese Youth Career Daniel Carrico is an ever present figure in the current Portuguese U21 squad. He rose through all the Portuguese youth ranks from the U16s. He participated in the 2007 World Youth Cup in which he was voted as one of the best players in the tournament despite Portugal not progressing through to the quarters. He scored 2 goals in 3 games and was solid defensively.
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  38. Re: Khouma BABACAR, Fiorentina African Wonderkid 16 and training with the 1st team impressive looks like a promising player. Nice find Goz, KIU
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  39. Nacho Man

    Nzuzi Toko !

    DISCLAIMER: THIS IS MY FIRST ATTEMPT AT MAKING A SCOUT THREAD, SO MOCK ME GENTLY PLEASE. Nzuzi Toko Nzuzi Toko Bundebele, or Nzuzi Toko, is a Congolese midfielder currently playing for Swiss Axpo Super League side Grasshopper Club Zurich, in the Swiss Super League. Toko is a tender 18 years old, but has already started to stake his claim for Grasshopper Club Zurich. He first played for the senior Grasshopper team in August 2008 against Polish side Lech Poznan. That game would be the start of something special for this young footballer. Toko then jumped up successfully from the UEFA Cup qualifier to the Swiss league. How do I know this ? Well, put simply, I saw him play in quite a few of those games. Sunday, 5 October 2008 Grasshoppers Zürich 1-1 FC Basel 3 Minutes. Sunday, 16 November 2008 Grasshoppers Zürich 1-0 Neuchâtel Xamax FC 88 Minutes. Sunday, 22 February 2009 Grasshoppers Zürich 1-0 FC Luzern 11 Minutes. Wednesday, 11 March 2009 FC Aarau 1-0 Grasshoppers Zürich 31 Minutes. Sunday, 15 March 2009 AC Bellinzona 6-2 Grasshoppers Zürich 66 Minutes. Sunday, 19 April 2009 BSC Young Boys 3-1 Grasshoppers Zürich 5 Minutes. Now, people, it doesn't take a genius to work out that Grasshopper Zurich weren't having the best of times at this point in the season. I should know, seeing as I have a certain kind of fondness for the club. Whether it be because of their successes in the past, I know not. What I do know, however, is that Toko is an exciting player playing great football for one of the best teams in Switzerland. No offence to Sion, but they aren't exactly world-beaters. That is why I think he might become a great player in Switzerland, because it certainly helps playing with the big-boys. This season, Toko has been restricted to being on the substitutes bench, but has foreced manager Roger Berbig to give him a run-out against Aarau and Sion. I can tell, in the future, that this young player will be getting more games. How do you know such a thing ? I know because it would be criminal not playing such a young, exciting player. SM Database Info He is rated 74 on the database. I think he will reach at least 78 when SM changes Switzerland at some point in the near future. If he continues the way he has started his career, I can safely see a rating in the 80s. I hope I have helped you pick up a money-spinner, or even possibly a talent you want to keep hold of. I aim to please.
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  40. Re: urgent ! do i need 2 cancel help ! i would keep carrick or get carrick because he is still 27 and easily has 3 or 4 more good years and considering that he might increase in rating plus 3 or 4 years on SM is like atleast 6 or 8 season and by that time there will be another young 90 rated CM or DM and you can try get some one else later on
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  41. Re: Gold Championship 62 - The Race For The EPL Title Exclusive to Gold Championship 62 - The Race For The EPL Title Thread! (Interview with City new Boy Theo Walcott!) Theo pictured in his Arsenal Days! Reporter:Hello Theo, You have Recently made the Switch from Premiership Rivals Arsenal to Manchester City, was their a reason, and why did you decide to join Manchester City? Theo Walcott: I decided to join Manchetser City, because i fell that i was not in new Arsenal manager Dan Griffin's plans and also i believe i will get better first team oppertuinites here!, i ahve full repspect for Arsenal as if it was'nt for them i would'nt be the player i am today!, but i decided to join City because of my First team oppertuinites and to help my International Career! Reporter:Now, when players Join City the press often say its to do with the Money, was your move Impated apon that reason atall? Theo Walcott: Of Course Not, i play football for the passion and love of the game not for Money, yes uts nice to have money but that was nothing to do with my move here what so ever! Reporter:Do You think that Manchester City can mount a Serious title Challange this season? Theo Walcott:Of course we can, we have the players and we have the Resources here at the club and i believe that this Club is on the Way up!, we look very Promising and we have some very young good layers here, os i cannot see why we should not, or not even finish in top 4! Reporter: Thanks for your time just one more Question, what do you think to Nick Justice's Tactical Approach? Theo Walcott:I believe, he knows what he is doing here and will take us forward!, hes Tactical Approach is very much to my Likeing!, it fits well around me very much so, so ill have to try battle and get into the First team! Reporter:Thanks for your Time Theo, hope to speake soon! Theo Walcott:No Problem! hope so to! Chris Kamara(Reporter)
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  42. Re: French Ligue 1 and 2 Ashley Grint - Tulasne has only featured in one first team game for Sochaux, but that was way back in '07. I have never heard any praise about him, neither. Daragh - It's unlikely, as Marseille currently have him, Niang, Brandao, and Ben Arfa in the attack, and I think he is the least favored among the four, so he won't be getting that much action. There is a chance for him, though, as the new Marseille are playing with three strikers, and if he can impress enough, maybe he'll earn himself a starting spot. However, if Sinama-Pongolle joins, then I think we can almost entirely rule out the possibility of a 91. For now, though, I think he's bound to stay, but will surely not drop. Anyone know how I can find things like line-ups on friendlies? Digging through reports is rather tiring.
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  43. Bourkey

    Ananias Werley

    Re: Ananias Werley Thanks everyone
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  44. Nacho Man

    Mugshots

    Re: Mugshots To be fair, I only posted it once. Making shizz up about me posting it over and over again isn't true - why lie ? And aren't you not allowed to swear, even with asterisks ?
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  45. elmo88

    Nicolas N'KOULOU

    I searched and suprisingly did not find anything on him:eek: Nicolas N'Koulou is an 18 year old currently starting for french club Monaco, he has started their last three matches and played the full 90mins in the last two. He was also an integral part of the Cameroonian olympic football team at the Beijing Olympics, despite only turning 18 a few months ago! It has now also been stated that Atletico Madrid and Sevilla are among European clubs following the talented defender. The 18 year-old Cameroon stopper was watched by both Atletico and Sevilla scouts during the Beijing Olympics and has been outstanding for ASM in the opening weeks of the new season. Any way it was real hard to find any info on him, but if he continues to start for Monaco he could be set for a huge rise when the next French ratings come around.(french ratings are atleast a few months away)... Nicolas N'KOULOU Monaco Age: 18 years old Born: 27 March 1990 Nationality: Cameroonian Position: Centre Back/Right Back (CB/RB) Foot: Right
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  46. Re: Famous people you have met well iv met a few Hitler- long story he was my uncle osama binladen- Lent him my house for a few weeks gave me a gd price Sadam hussian- Walked past him on holiday in iraq nice fella gary gliter- Walked into a shop as a little kid he got a little close to me ya no but had a gd chat. Micheal jackson- wanted to buy my kids on ebay Any way iv met loads all of celtic team thery henry schools butt batty etc
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  47. Re: World derbies showdown Fiorentina 6-1 Liverpool A scintillating display by Fiorentina saw them tear Liverpool apart to skip over them into 3rd place. Adrian Mutu curled in Fiorentina's opener and Liverpool's Spanish striker Fernando Torres smashed in for a 1-1 draw. Not even a minute later Mario Santana poked home into a 2-1 lead. Minutes before half-time Adrian Mutu scored his second goal of the game. After half-time Riccardo Montolivo scores his first goal in the game. The last two goals came from Santana and newcomer Gojko Kacar. There have been many memorable performances at Fiorentina down the years but few can compare to the display United_51's men put on here. Team Statistics: Fiorentina Handanovic-9 Zauri-7 Vargas-7 Gamberini-8 Danielli-7 Felipe Melo-7 Sanchez-6 Montolivo-8 Gilardino-7 Mutu-9 Santana-9 Liverpool Reina-6 Carragher-7 Skrtel-7 Cannavaro-7 Xabi Alonso-7 Mascherano-7 Robinho-7 Zhirkov-7 Keirrison-7 Gerrard-8 Torres-8 Man of the Match: Mario Santana Division 1 Tables: Atletico Madrid Everton Fiorentina Manchester United Liverpool Manchester City Bayern Munich Roma Juventus Vfl Wolfsburg Lazio Real Madrid Division 2 Tables: Arsenal Sevilla Inter Milan Barcelona Lyon Milan Villarreal Valencia Chelsea FC Porto Tottenham Marseille
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  48. Re: Gold Championship 62 - The Race For The EPL Title Welcome To Manchester Yaya! Defensive Dinamite: Yaya Toure will become a huge hit at United Breaking News: Defensive Midfielder Yaya Toure has joined Manchester United from Barcelona. The deal saw Paul Scholes and Fraizer Campbell plus £15M go to Barcelona. The news was a shock to Yaya who will now play against his brother Kolo currently at Arsenal. Bowen who was over the moon with the deal said Yaya will partner Michael Carrick in the center of midfield. After Yaya's plane was cancelled, the medical took longer than expected, but the deal was finally completed in the end. After the deal was complete Bowen spoke to MUTV for a quick update. "Our attention now turns to a right back, which this team is lacking, im willing to offer 2 players for a RB abover 89 rating, If we sign a right back that will be us (Manchester United) done in the transfer window" Tomorrows Game Expected Line-up: 3-4-2-1 Van Der Sar, Rio Ferdinand ©, Nemanja Vidic, Patrice Evra, Darren Fletcher, Michael Carrick, Yaya Toure, Park Ji Sung, Wayne Rooney, Carlos Tevez Dimitar Berbatov
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  49. Re: Section 4 Risers - Colombia, Ecuador, Paraguay & USA Ecuador MENDEZ, Gabriel Mentioned in mistermalcolm’s unknown South Americans thread, Mendez’s career seems to be on the way up after leaving Racing Club in Argentina where he struggled for a game. Age: 21 Position: LM Club: Olmedo (4th) Club average rating: 82/3 Games played: 11 (2) out of 22 Goals: 3 Current rating: 73 Predicted rating: 78 +5 TEIXEIRA, Rodrigo The oldest player on the thread, Teixeira seems to be enjoying an Indian summer, starting regularly up top for Cuenca. Age: 31 Position: Fwd Club: Deportivo Cuenca (10th) Club average rating: 83 Games played: 18 (2) out of 22 Goals: 5 Current rating: 73 Predicted rating: 80 +7 SOLANO, Daniel Solano’s had some good playing time this season for Quito, having only appeared 3 times last time around. Age: 20 Position: Fwd/AM Club: Deportivo Quito (7th) Club average rating: 85 Games played: 10 (1) out of 22 Goals: 1 Current rating: 73 Predicted rating: 79 +6 MAJAO, Jorge Macara’s young centre back has been getting regular starts, with a solid rise being inevitable. Age: 21 Position: CB Club: Macara (3rd) Club average rating: 83 Games played: 10 (2) out of 22 Goals: 0 Current rating: 74 Predicted rating: 79 +5 *HURTADO, Koob* As Técnico have few players on the game, this is a hard prediction to make, but having been involved far more than he ever was at his previous club, Deportivo Cuenca, Hurtado is due an increase. Age: 24 Position: Mid Club: Técnico Universitario (11th) Club average rating: ? Games played: 10 (3) out of 22 Goals: 0 Current rating: 75 Predicted rating: 78 +3 *PAREDES, Juan Carlos* Paredes has been involved in most of Cuenca’s games this season, after returning from a loan spell at Peruvian outfit Sport Huancayo where he played 14 games, scoring 1 goal. Age: 21 Position: AM/Wing Club: Deportivo Cuenca (10th) Club average rating: 83 Games played: 9 (10) out of 22 Goals: 2 Current rating: 76 Predicted rating: 79 +3 AYOVI, Jaime Emelec are top of Primera A at present, and Ayovi has played a good number of games. With so many players rated 82, 83 and 84 in the Emelec squad, a rise to 81 seems fair. Age: 21 Position: CF Club: Emelec (Primera Fase champions) Club average rating: 83 Games played: 12 (0) out of 22 Goals: 0 Current rating: 78 Predicted rating: 81 +3 *HURTADO, Jefferson Javier* 16 starts out of 18 suggest he’s a vital part of the team. Only Barcelona’s poor form prevented a higher prediction. Age: 21 Position: Mid Club: Barcelona SC (9th) Club average rating: 86 Games played: 16 (0) out of 22 Goals: 0 Current rating: 78 Predicted rating: 82 +4 *BOLANOS, Miller* At Barcelona SC on SM, Bolanos impressed enough last season for high-flying Quito to pick him up, and he’s played just over 2/3rds of the games this season. 2nd in the table Quito have 11 players rated 85 or above, so a rise to 83 should not be out of the question. Should also have a position change to AM. Age: 19 Position: Fwd Club: LDU Quito (2nd) Club average rating: 86 Games played: 16 (0) out of 22 Goals: 3 Current rating: 80 Predicted rating: 83 +3 *VALENCIA, Luis Eder* Judging by their final league position, I'd suggest that Olmedo are generally rated too low as a team at present. Not only is Valencia a key member of Olmedo's relative success, he is also a full international. He played the full 90 minutes of Ecuador's last game; a 2-0 victory over Argentina in a World Cup qualifier. Up he goes. Age: 27 Position: AM/Fwd Club: Olmedo (4th) Club average rating: 82/3 Games played: 20 (2) out of 22 Goals: 1 Current rating: 80 Predicted rating: 83 +3 Bonus player This guy does not meet the specifications outlined in my original post, but he could still be a riser who could benefit small clubs. BIELER, Claudio After shining for Argentine second division side Atletico Rafaela, Bieler moved on to Colo Colo of Chile, before signing for Quito in 2008. He scored 12 league goals last season, and also scored in the World Club Cup, where Quito lost to Man Utd in the final. This season, he’s grabbed an awesome 16 in 19 games. Given this feat, I’m convinced he should now be on an equal footing with the top rated players in the Quito side. Age: 25 Position: CF Club: LDU Quito Club average rating: 86 Games played: 19 (0) out of 22 Goals: 16! Current rating: 85 Predicted rating: 87 +2
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  50. Re: Norwegian Risers 2009.
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