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    Cheap high risers (from 70's to 81) Wolfgang Hesl (Hamburger SV) 75 -> 75-79 - rose to 78 Stefan Reinartz (Bayer Leverkusen) 74 -> 79-81 - rose to 80 Carlos Zambrano (FC Schalke 04) 80 -> 84/85 - rose to 84 Levan Kenia (FC Schalke 04) 80 -> 82-84 - rose to 82 Christoph Moritz (FC Schalke 04) 75 -> 80-82 - rose to 82 Lukas Schmitz (FC Schalke 04) 75 -> 77/78 - rose to 80 Holger Badstuber (Bayern München) 80 -> 85-87 - rose to 85 Thomas Müller (Bayern München) 80 -> 85/86 - rose to 85 Philipp Bargfrede (Werder Bremen) 78 -> 81/82 - rose to 83 Boris Vukcevic (TSG 1899 Hoffenheim) 75 -> 77/78 - rose to 77 Andre Schürrle (1. FSV Mainz 05) 72 -> 80-82 - rose to 80 Roman Neustädter (Borussia Mönchengladbach) 75 -> 77/78 - rose to 78 Marco Reus (Borussia Mönchengladbach) 80 -> 82/83 - didn't rise Valdet Rama (Hannover 96) 81 -> 83/84 - rose to 82 Georg Niedermeier (VfB Stuttgart) 80 -> 82/83 - rose to 82 Julian Schieber (VfB Stuttgart) 78 -> 82/83 - rose to 82 NOW Dennis Diekmeier (1. FC Nürnberg) 78 -> 84/85 - rose to 84 Dominik Maroh (1. FC Nürnberg) 78 -> 82/83 - rose to 83 Havard Nordtveit (1. FC Nürnberg) 80 -> 81/82 - rose to 82 Ilkay Gündogan (1. FC Nürnberg) 75 -> 78/79 - rose to 78 Marcel Risse (1. FC Nürnberg) 75 -> 79/80 - rose to 78 Manuel Salz (SC Freiburg) 76 -> 78 - rose to 78 Felix Bastians (SC Freiburg) 80 -> 83-85 - rose to 83 Julian Schuster (SC Freiburg) 80 -> 82/83 - rose to 83 Philipp Heerwagen (VFL Bochum) 80 -> 82/83 - rose to 83 Cheap risers from the 2. Bundesliga Michael Parensen (1. FC Union Berlin) 73 -> 78 - rose to 77 Patrick Kohlmann (1. FC Union Berlin) 77 -> 81-83 - rose to 80 Michael Bemben (1. FC Union Berlin) 78 -> 80-82 - rose to 80 John Jairo Mosquera (1. FC Union Berlin) 77 -> 82/83 - rose to 82 Kenan Sahin (1. FC Union Berlin) 78 -> 81/82 - rose to 80 Tobias Sippel (1. FC Kaiserslautern) 82 -> 84 - rose to 83 Georges Mandjeck (1. FC Kaiserslautern) 77 -> 81 - rose to 82 Rodnei (1. FC Kaiserslautern) 80 -> 82/83 - rose to 83 Bastian Schulz (1. FC Kaiserslautern) 80 -> 82 - rose to 82 Sidney Sam (1. FC Kaiserslautern) 82 -> 84 - rose to 83 Davidson Drobo-Ampen (FC St. Pauli) 75 -> 79/80 - rose to 78 Deniz Naki (FC St. Pauli) 77 -> 82-84 - rose to 82 Rouwen Hennings (FC St. Pauli) 80 -> 82 - didn't rise Arne Feick (Arminia Bielefeld) 77 -> 82 - rose to 82 Michael Ratajczak (Fortuna Düsseldorf) 74 -> 80 - rose to 78 Soares Anderson (Fortuna Düsseldorf) 77 -> 81-83 - rose to 82 Hamza Cakir (Fortuna Düsseldorf) 79 -> 82/83 - didn't rise (lost his starting place on the day I posted this) Ranisav Jovanovic (Fortuna Düsseldorf) 79 -> 82/83 - rose to 81 Johannes van den Bergh (Fortuna Düsseldorf) 78 -> 82/83 - rose to 80 Oliver Fink (Fortuna Düsseldorf) 78 -> 83/82 - rose to 80 Andreas Lambertz (Fortuna Düsseldorf) 78 -> 82/83 - rose to 80 Sebastian Langkamp (Karlsruher SC) 75 -> 81-83 - rose to 80 Lars Stindl (Karlsruher SC) 80 -> 82/83 - rose to 82 Anton Fink (Karlsruher SC) 78 -> 81-83 - rose to 80 Sören Pirson (Rot-Weiss Oberhausen) 78 -> 81/82 - rose to 83 Moritz Stoppelkamp (Rot-Weiss Oberhausen) 78 -> 80/81 - rose to 80 Marco Caligiuri (Greuter Fürth) 78 -> 82 - rose to 81 Christopher Nöthe (Greuter Fürth) 76 -> 80-82 - rose to 82 Michael Schick (FC Augsburg) 75 -> 77/78 - rose to 77 Ibrahima Traore (FC Augsburg) 76 -> 80/81 - rose to 80 Sören Gonther (SC Paderborn 07) 78 -> 80 - rose to 80 Matthias Holst (SC Paderborn 07) 78 -> 80 - rose to 79 Enis Alushi (SC Paderborn 07) 77 -> 80 - rose to 80 Daniel Brückner (SC Paderborn 07) 75 -> 79/80 - rose to 81 Rolf-Christel Guie Mien (SC Paderborn 07) 77 -> 79/80 - rose to 80 Sebastian Schachten (SC Paderborn 07) 76 -> 79-81 - rose to 78 Manuel Junglas (Alemannia Aachen) 74 -> 79-81 - rose to 78 Herve Oussale (Alemannia Aachen) 72 -> 76/77 - rose to 76 Sandro Wagner (MSV Duisburg) 80 -> 82 - rose to 82 Aleksandar Ignjovski (TSV 1860 München) 76 -> 80-82 - rose to 80 Jose Holebas (TSV 1860 München) 78 -> 80/81 - rose to 80 Ovidiu Burca (Energie Cottbus) 76 -> 78-80 - rose to 80 Alexander Bittroff (Energie Cottbus) 76 -> 77-79 - rose to 78 Bastian Oczipka (Hansa Rostock) 78 -> 80 - rose to 80 Shqipran Skeraj (TuS Koblenz) 73 -> 77/78 - rose to 76 Cheap risers from the 3. Liga Rouven Sattelmeier (Jahn Regensburg) 75 -> 78/79 - rose to 78 Stefan Jarosch (Jahn Regensburg) 74 -> 77 - rose to 76 Jan Fießer (SV Sandhausen) 73 -> 77 - rose to 77 Manuel Riemann (Wacker Burghausen) 75 -> 77/78 - rose to 78 Christoph Burkhard (Wacker Burghausen) 75 -> 77 - rose to 77 Christian Cappek (Wacker Burghausen) 74 -> 77/78 - rose to 77 Fakri El Haj Ali (Wacker Burghausen) 73 -> 77 - rose to 77 Sven Schimmel (VfB Stuttgart II) 74 -> 77 - rose to 77 Christian Hain (SpVgg Unterhaching) 73 -> 76/77 - rose to 76 Orkan Balkan (SpVgg Unterhaching) 72 -> 76/77 - rose to 75 Mirko Boland (Eintracht Braunschweig) 73 -> 76/77 - rose to 76 Sebastian Rode (Kickers Offenbach) 72 -> 76 - rose to 77 Pierre le Beau (Erzgebirge Aue) 72 -> 76/77 - rose to 75 Marco Riemer (Carl Zeiss Jena) 75 -> 77/78 - rose to 76 Orlando Smeekes (Carl Zeiss Jena) 75 -> 78 - rose to 76 Tim Göhlert (1. FC Heidenheim) 73 -> 76/77 - rose to 77 Christian Essig (1. FC Heidenheim) 74 -> 77 - rose to 77 Dennis Baum (1. FC Heidenheim) 72 -> 75 - rose to 74 Dennis Malura (Rot-Weiß Erfurt) 74 -> 76/77 - rose to 75 Fabian Stenzel (Rot-Weiß Erfurt) 73 -> 75/76 - rose to 75 Tino Semmer (Rot-Weiß Erfurt) 74 -> 77 - rose to 77 Christopher Kullmann (Borussia Dortmund II) 74 -> 76/77 - rose to 77 Volker Oppitz (Dynamo Dresden) 73 -> 76 - rose to 76 Maik Kegel (Dynamo Dresden) 74 -> 76/77 - rose to 75 Florian Meyer (Holstein Kiel) 70 -> 75/76 - rose to 73 Kevin Maek (Werder Bremen II) 70 -> 75/76 - rose to 74 Onur Ayik (Werder Bremen II) 73 -> 75/76 - rose to 74 Mario Erb (Bayern München II) 70 -> 74-76 - rose to 73 Stefan Riess (Bayern München II) 70 -> 74-76 - rose to 74 Saer Sene (Bayern München II) 70 -> 75-77 - rose to 75 High-rated risers (82 onwards) Dennis Aogo (Hamburger SV) 86 -> 87/88 - rose to 88 Jerome Boateng (Hamburger SV) 87 -> 88/89 - rose to 89 Eljero Elia (Hamburger SV) 87 -> 88/89 - rose to 89 Benedikt Höwedes (FC Schalke 04) 86 -> 87/88 - rose to 88 Selim Teber (Eintracht Frankfurt) 84 -> 86/85 - rose to 85 Hans-Jörg Butt (Bayern München) 85 -> 87 - rose to 87 Sebastian Boenisch (Werder Bremen) 86 -> 87 - rose to 88 Isaac Vorsah (TSG 1899 Hoffenheim) 83 -> 84/85 - rose to 85 Tim Hoogland (1. FSV Mainz 05) 85 -> 86 - rose to 86 Nico Bungert (1. FSV Mainz 05) 84 -> 86 - rose to 85 Florian Heller (1. FSV Mainz 05) 84 -> 85/86 - rose to 85 Aristide Bance (1. FSV Mainz 05) 83 -> 85/86 - rose to 85 Logan Bailly (Borussia Mönchengladbach) 85 -> 86 - rose to 86 Christopher Heimeroth (Borussia Mönchengladbach) 83 -> 84 - didn't rise Tobias Levels (Borussia Mönchengladbach) 83 -> 85 - rose to 85 Marcel Schäfer (VfL Wolfsburg) 88 -> 89/90 - rose to 89 Christian Gentner (VfL Wolfsburg) 88 -> 89 - rose to 89 Grafite (VfL Wolfsburg) 89 -> 90/91 - rose to 90 Edin Dzeko (VfL Wolfsburg) 89 -> 90/91 - rose to 91 Konstantin Rausch (Hannover 96) 82 -> 85 - rose to 85 Didier Ya Konan (Hannover 96) 83 -> 84/85 - rose to 84 Christian Träsch (VfB Stuttgart) 83 -> 86/85 - rose to 85 Stefan Celozzi (VfB Stuttgart) 83 -> 84/85 - rose to 85 Timo Gebhart (VfB Stuttgart) 84 -> 86/87 - rose to 86 Marcel Schmelzer (Borussia Dortmund) 83 -> 84 - didn't rise Patrick Owomoyela (Borussia Dortmund) 86 -> 87/88 - rose to 87 Felipe Santana (Borussia Dortmund) 86 -> 87 - rose to 87 Nuri Sahin (Borussia Dortmund) 87 -> 88 - rose to 88 Du-Ri Cha (SC Freiburg) 83 -> 84/85 - rose to 85 Ivica Banovic (SC Freiburg) 83 -> 84/85 - rose to 85 Johannes Flum (SC Freiburg) 82 -> 84/85 - rose to 84 Adil Chihi (1. FC Köln) 83 -> 84/85 - didn't rise, stopped playing after I started this thread Mergim Mavraj (VFL Bochum) 82 -> 83/84 - rose to 83 Christoph Janker (Hertha BSC Berlin) 83 -> 85/86 - rose to 84 now Nemanja Pejcinovic (Hertha BSC Berlin) 82 -> 84/85 - rose to 84 Possible risers (stay or +1) Jonathan Pitroipa (Hamburger SV) 86 - didn't rise Marcus Berg (Hamburger SV) 89 - didn't rise Paolo Guerrero (Hamburger SV) 89 - didn't rise Michal Kadlec (Bayer Leverkusen) 88 - didn't rise Toni Kroos (Bayer Leverkusen) 85 -> 85-87 - rose to 86 Renato Augusto (Bayer Leverkusen) 89 - didn't rise Arturo Vidal (Bayer Leverkusen) 88 - didn't rise Stefan Kiessling (Bayer Leverkusen) 90 - didn't rise Eren Derdiyok (Bayer Leverkusen) 86 - rose to 87 Daniel van Buyten (Bayern München) 90 - didn't rise Manuel Neuer (FC Schalke 04) 90 - didn't rise Oka Nikolov (Eintracht Frankfurt) 86 - didn't rise Marco Russ (Eintracht Frankfurt) 87 - didn't rise Alexander Baumjohann (Bayern München) 85 - didn't rise Mesut Özil (Werder Bremen) 89 - rose to 90 Marko Marin (Werder Bremen) 89 - didn't rise Aaron Hunt (Werder Bremen) 87 - rose to 88 Claudio Pizarro (Werder Bremen) 89 - didn't rise Timo Hildbrand (TSG 1899 Hoffenheim) 88 - didn't rise Andreas Beck (TSG 1899 Hoffenheim) 88 - rose to 89 Marvin Compper (TSG 1899 Hoffenheim) 87 - didn't rise Sejad Salihovic (TSG 1899 Hoffenheim) 88 - rose to 89 Chinedu Obasi (TSG 1899 Hoffenheim) 87 - didn't rise Demba Ba (TSG 1899 Hoffenheim) 88 - didn't rise Diego Benaglio (VfL Wolfsburg) 89 - didn't rise Sascha Riether (VfL Wolfsburg) 88 - didn't rise Zvjezdan Misimovic (VfL Wolfsburg) 90 - didn't rise Sami Khedira (VfB Stuttgart) 89 - didn't rise Falcao Elson (VfB Stuttgart) 84 - didn't rise Marek Mintal (1. FC Nürnberg) 86 - didn't rise Weidenfeller (Borussia Dortmund) 88 - didn't rise Neven Subotic (Borussia Dortmund) 87 - rose to 88 Mats Hummels (Borussia Dortmund) 86 - rose to 87 Jakub Blaszczykowski (Borussia Dortmund) 88 - didn't rise Sebastian Kehl (Borussia Dortmund) 87 - didn't rise Kevin Grosskreutz (Borussia Dortmund) 82 - didn't rise Nelson Valdez (Borussia Dortmund) 87 - rose to 88 Heiko Butscher (SC Freiburg) 85 - didn't rise Pavel Krmas (SC Freiburg) 85 - didn't rise Cedric Makiadi (SC Freiburg) 84 - rose to 85 Mohammodou Idrissou (SC Freiburg) 85 - rose to 86 Kevin Pezzoni (1. FC Köln) 84 - rose to 85 Mimoun Azaouagh (VFL Bochum) 85 - rose to 86 Andreas Johansson (VFL Bochum) 83 - rose to 84 Daniel Imhof (VFL Bochum) 85 - didn't rise Patrick Ebert (Hertha BSC Berlin) 87 - didn't rise Gojko Kacar (Hertha BSC Berlin) 88 - didn't rise Maximilian Nicu (Hertha BSC Berlin) 87 - didn't rise Lukas Piszczek (Hertha BSC Berlin) 85 - didn't rise Definite droppers (Get rid asap) Alex Silva (Hamburger SV) 89 -> 88 - dropped to 88 Collin Benjamin (Hamburger SV) 87 -> 86 - dropped to 86 Bastian Reinhardt (Hamburger SV) 89 -> 88 - dropped to 88 Tomasz Zdebel (Bayer Leverkusen) 87 -> 86 - dropped to 86 Theofanis Gekas (Bayer Leverkusen) 89 -> 87 - dropped to 87 Albert Streit (FC Schalke 04) 88 -> 86 - dropped to 86 Mehdi Madavikia (Eintracht Frankfurt) 85 -> 84 - dropped to 84 Michael Rensing (Bayern München) 89 -> 87 - dropped to 87 Christian Lell (Bayern München) 89 -> 87 - dropped to 87 Andreas Görlitz (Bayern München) 86 -> 85 - didn't drop Breno (Bayern München) 87 -> 86 - dropped to 86 Andreas Ottl (Bayern München) 88 -> 87/86 - dropped to 87 Luca Toni (Bayern München) 94 -> 93/92 - dropped to 92 Daniel Jensen (Werder Bremen) 89 -> 88 - dropped to 88 Daniel Haas (TSG 1899 Hoffenheim) 86 -> 85 - dropped to 85 Ramazan Özcan (TSG 1899 Hoffenheim) 85 -> 83/82 - dropped to 84 Matthias Jaissle (TSG 1899 Hoffenheim) 86 -> 85 - didn't drop Paul Stalteri (Borussia Mönchengladbach) 85 -> 84 - didn't drop Juan Arango (Borussia Mönchengladbach) 91 -> 90/89 - dropped to 90 Rodrigo Alvim (VfL Wolfsburg) 85 -> 83 - didn't drop Ricardo Costa (VfL Wolfsburg) 87 -> 85 - didn't drop Valerian Ismael (Hannover 96) 86 -> 85/84 - retired Jan Schlaudraff (Hannover 96) 88 -> 87/86 - dropped to 86 Altin Lala (Hannover 96) 87 -> 86 - dropped to 85 Bergantin Vinicius (Hannover 96) 86 -> 85 - dropped to 85 Ricardo Osorio (VfB Stuttgart) 89 -> 88/87 - dropped to 88 Khalid Boulahrouz (VfB Stuttgart) 89 -> 88 - didn't drop Roberto Hilbert (VfB Stuttgart) 89 -> 88 - dropped to 88 Yildirai Bastürk (VfB Stuttgart) 87 -> 86/85 - dropped to 86 Ciprian Marica (VfB Stuttgart) 89 -> 88 - dropped to 88 Florian Kringe (Hertha BSC Berlin) 88 -> 87/86 - dropped to 86 Nuno Maniche (1. FC Köln) 91 -> 89 - dropped to 90 Armando Petit (1. FC Köln) 90 -> 89 - dropped to 89 Lukas Podolski (1. FC Köln) 91 -> 90 - dropped to 90 If you want any more detailed info on a player, disagree with one of the predictions or think that a player is missing from the list, please post. I'd also like to ask you to please use this thread for further discussion now instead of the Analysis 2008/2009 thread.
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    Heyy I am James Gordon just joined Sm and the forum.
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    pedro r.

    Carlao, portuguese league sensation

    Carlao Age: 23 years old Nationality: Brazilian Club: Uniao Leiria Position: CF Favourite foot: right SM value/rating: 502.000/75 predicted rise to 82/83 in the next rating changes Player stats: Season 2009/2010: 8 games all of them as a starter 781 minutes 5 goals Carrer Until 2008 Carlao played in small clubs in Brazil,as an amator, like S. Cristovao where he was the best player of the squad, and his qualities were recognized in January,2009 he has signed with Leiria which was in portuguese secound league and in a half season he scored 12 goals being the first best scorer. This season Leiria is playing in portuguese first league and Carlao is the team best scorer with 5 goals which contribute in 9th place of Leiria. Characteristics Carlao is a complete CF, he is tall 1,90 meters which allows him to play air balls, but he´s also very quick although is height, has a great right foot which use to score a great part of his goals Future Thanks to his performances Carlao has been followed by several spanish clubs like Saragoza and Valladolid but the main intested is Sporting Lisbon, so in the open of winter transfermarket Carlao probably will left Leiria in direction to a big club.
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    General Gipsy

    Help With Deal(s) Thread...

    Re: Help With Deal(s) Thread... Banega is playing well this season, and Vela is considered a big talent, on the other hand VdV, won't keep his rating, he's not playing enough to do so... I would go for it as on the long run Banega and Vela will be good.
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    Re: English Championship 106 - Transfer/Gossip thread Updated Manager Rankings
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    Re: Spams West Ham EC2501/Toonfanforlife Newcastle EC 2400 Transfer Gossip/Match Repo New ERA of to a great start!! 6-1 After several new high profile signings, came Leicester City's first game under the guidance of a new manager. There was a lot of media attention surrounding the game aginst Watford, and the media was not disappointed, as Leicester came out on top with a 6-1 victory. The game got off to a fairly slow start with neither side having any clear cut chances. Leicesters' first clear chance came on 38 minutes when a powerful shot was parried by the goalkeeper straight out towards A.Tunchev who made no mistake and calmly slotted the ball into the back of the net, just four minutes later Leicester doubled their lead with a goal from Gallagher. Just one minute before the half-time whistle sounded, Leicesters' new Captain S.Parker made a darting run up field, took two defenders on and calmly slotted the ball in the net. Half Time: Leicester City 3-0 Watford The start of the second half began very brightly with Watford going straight on the attack, but their attack came to an abrupt end when a poor cross from A.Bangura went out off play for a goal kick. From the resulting goal kick Leicester goalkeeper M.De Sanctis found M.Etherington on the half way line, who went on a sublime run which ended with him scoring a peach of a goal from just outside the area. Moments later Leicesters' T.Motta scored the fifth goal of the game with a beautifully curled shot. Watford were under the Kosh but still Leicester refused to lay back and take the 5-0 win. Every time Watford got the ball a Leicester player was staright there trying to win the ball back, for his side and forcing the Watford side into mistakes, this pressuring eventually paid off as Leicester scored there sixth and final goal through A.Sanchez who's shot went in off the post. Watford's only goal of the game came 12 minutes from time with centre-half, J.DeMerit making a powerful run and coolly slotting the ball in the back of the net from 15yards out. Overall a very assured performance from Leicester City who will no doubt be hoping for more of the same on Wednesday night at home to Oldham Athletic. Full time: Leicester City 6-1 Watford
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    MaoaM

    Should i do this deal

    Re: Should i do this deal Pjanic is the better player. Douglas is quality, but Pjnaic is already playing for one of the best teams in the world, and scoring plenty of goals. Will rise to 89 in a few weeks, and will rise more before the end of season
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    andyowls

    I think I'm like....

    Re: I think I'm like.... Pele.--------
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    Foster_LFC

    Graphics Design Feedback

    Re: Graphic Design Feedback
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    murph1

    Should i do this deal

    Re: Should i do this deal Do the deal costa's a long way off being a top player he is good but hes not realy even a starter for Gremio yet only 6 starts and 10 game as a sub will mabe rise +2/3 at best. Long term he my well become a star but only time will tell. Pjanić on the other hand is playing for a top europen club and in the the champions league plus the Bosnia-Herzegovina NT hes a great player and will rise 88/89 in a few weeks.Do the deal now before the other manager changes his mind.
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    Nick Justice

    Graphics Design Feedback

    Re: Graphic Design Feedback I'll see what I can do ill get it done as soon as I can
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    Machine

    The importance of the question mark - "?"

    For those of you unaware, a question mark looks a lot like this: ? There seem to be a lot of threads that have been started in recent weeks with titles such as, "10k risers!!!", "90+ rising midfielders!!!", "future talents!!!" etc etc which all sounds great until you look at the thread and see that (for example) under "10k risers!!!" there are in fact NO 10k risers listed but instead the thread-maker is actually looking for 10k risers and not listing them Likewise "90+ rising midfielders!!!" does not offer who will rise but is asking us to inform who will rise Also the majority of these threads have been created under "player rating predictions" when they should be in the help thread as they are in fact looking for help Had these threads been called, "10k risers???", "90+rising midfielders???", "future talents???" and been posted in the help section then it would give folk a much clearer indication of what is contained in the thread, and would have also increased the chances of the thread-maker getting the info they're looking for. It just gets a bit annoying after a while - or maybe it's just me being picky.....?
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    -kepta - King of Grime.

    Should i do this deal

    Re: Should i do this deal personally I would do it. Pjanic is amazing and will rise soon - he's the direct replacement for Juninho at Lyon but may not be there to long!!!!
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    Aaron_Dhandli

    Official Manchester United Thread

    Re: Official Red Devils thread :rolleyes::rolleyes: http://www.skysports.com/story/0,,12040_5662886,0.html :rolleyes::rolleyes::rolleyes: http://www.skysports.com/story/0,,12040_5662904,0.html I love rolleyes
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    Re: Spams West Ham EC2501/Toonfanforlife Newcastle EC 2400 Transfer Gossip/Match Repo Starting lineup for West Ham United away to Birmingham: ------------Victor Valdes-------------- -----Chygrynskiy---Pique---Arbeloa----- Gattuso----Maxi----Arshavin----Maxwell -----Pazzini -----Gilardino----- Mata-----
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    Re: Spams West Ham EC2501/Toonfanforlife Newcastle EC 2400 Transfer Gossip/Match Repo New Leicester ERA begins! Leicester City are pleased to announce that they have managed to sign four ex premier league players. These players include tough tackling central midfielder Scott Parker (Ex West Ham United) for a sum of 5.1mill, flying winger Damien Duff (Ex Newcastle United) for a sum of 3.5mill, midfield creator Matthew Etherington (Ex West Ham United) for a sum of 3.8mill and finally defensive rock Benoit Assou-Ekotto (Ex Tottenham Hotspur) for a sum of 4.8mill. Leicester have also revealed that they are close to completing a deal for centre half Danny Collins, with the fee believed to be around 3million pounds. Meanwhile in other news Leicester City have revealed that new Signing Scott Parker will take over the Captains armband from current captain Matt Oakley starting with tonights game at home to Watford. This is my first ever try at a post like this so could people tell me ways in which i can improve my post. Thanks KangarooJack09.
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    draga9

    Help with these players ratings

    Re: Help with these players ratings 1. Mathieu Delpierre Has played 8 from 10 games for Stuttgart. They are currently struggling' date=' conceding 15 goals from 10 games. He deffinantly wont be rising, if anything will go to 89.[/font'] 2. Gabriel Milito Will be dropping. Hasnt played a minute out of the 8 league game Barcelona has played. Will drop to 91, maybe even 90. 3. Jan Vertonghen He has played every game for Ajax this season including a goal. Is currently 88 due to a rise a couple of weeks ago which will mean he wont berising any time soon but a good prospect. Hope i helped
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    Hunty

    Mugshots

    Re: Mugshots Tonights photos (my 16th birthday meal) Me and the mother. (: Little baby haha
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    Re: Players: Should I buy, sell or keep? depends... Zarate will be higher sooner... but it seems he wont ever leave Lazio so if no Champo league football etc. 92 is his limit similar to pandev Zarate might get a rise to 91 this time around... Bojan will be a higher rated player in lets say 5 years time..... Depends on how long u see urself playing the game I would go for Bojan though
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    Re: Need Elia, who should I sell to buy?
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    Re: Need Elia, who should I sell to buy? I agree with most I wouldnt sell any of them if I had the choice but Elia is a decent player should rise to 88 and if it helps to balance your squad so be it, here are my humble opinions. Kjaer- Do NOT sell he is a monster of a player, may be overlooked by some because he plays for Palermo but that is through his own choice and a wise one as well IMO, it will do him the world of good to be playing reguarly and enhancing his footballing education. I envisage a rise of +1 to 88 next changes but this guy is awesome wanted by all the top clubs Liverpool (obviously) Inter, Milan, Real madrid, they have all been sniffing round him. If you have seen him play internationally for Denmark as well you will notice he has performed superbly against some of the world's best players.....number 1 in my list of talents. A Future 90+ for sure Cissokho- Again a great player a superb maurauding LB has been outstanding for Lyon so far just like he was at Porto, one of the best attacking FB'S in Europe. A definete +2 riser to 88 and a definete 90+ Subotic- Had a rough spell but having seen 3 B.Dortmund games this season he has looked back to his best, solid in the air and in the tackle a real powerhouse, again a rise of +1 is justified to 88 and I can see him moving on in the future has the potential to hit 90 Sakho- Personally I dont rate him nearly as highly as a lot of people do. He has potential no doubt but to me he is clumsy, positionally and tactically is found wanting at times, he is still young and could rectify all this but personally I dont think all the hype around him is justified, a good player but not a great one. This may change as he matures and plays more football but at the moment I think he is the 4th best of the bunch
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    Re: Need Elia, who should I sell to buy?
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    Re: Need Elia, who should I sell to buy?
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    Vlad

    Need Elia, who should I sell to buy?

    Re: Need Elia, who should I sell to buy? What do you mean that Subotic has the least potential. You should sell anyone besides Subotic or Kjaer, although Subotic has the most potential of all of them, plays more consistently for club & country. Simon Kjaer played 8 games with no goals. Neven Subotic played 10 games with 1 goal. Sell Cissokho for Elia.
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    Re: Need Elia, who should I sell to buy?
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    mob96

    Need Elia, who should I sell to buy?

    Re: Need Elia, who should I sell to buy? they're all gonna rise but if you relle want elia then you should sell subotic.
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    WonderKid

    My Clubs Thread

    Hello to anyone who maybe reading this, I'll explain what the thread will be about. I think I'm right in saying no-one has tried this before and I hope no-one has any problems with me doing this, but I'm going to create a thread about news on all of my very own clubs. I'm an EXTREMELY active gold member on SM and I'm constantly writing reports in each of the gameworlds I'm involved in, but since joining the forums a short time ago, I've realised how much better article writing can be here. Although I'm not amazing at the lay-outs, I'd like to think that my reports are quite enjoyable to read and easy to understand. Hopefully I'll get better as this thread goes on. The main reason I'm doing this is because only one or two of my clubs are in GW's with forum threads, which limits the amount I do. By creating this thread, I can write good articles on all of my teams when I please. Please don't think that I'm arrogant for focusing on my own teams, it's just an idea I've had that I think will make me enjoy both the game and the forums even more than I do now. Thanks and I hope you enjoy reading the thread as much as I will making it, WonderKid
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    Skarmory

    Help With Deal(s) Thread...

    Re: Help With Deal(s) Thread...
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    Wellington - The World at His feet

    Wellington on the Right. Full Name: Wellington Aleves Da Silva (Wellington) Date Of Birth: 6th January 1993 (16) Nationality: Brazilian Club: Fluminense / Arsenal Position: AM / Fwd Squad Number: N/A Honours: 2009 South American U17 Championship SM Rating: Not On DB Predicted SM Rating: 75 Potential SM Rating: 95 Credit to JB8521 for mentioning first, i wanted to do a proper Report, and thanks a million for correcting me! Well known already to those who follow Arsenal's youth programme, Wellington is one of the hottest prospects in Global Football, and seeks to follow his compatriot and Brazil U17 comrade Philippe Coutinho to Europe, where a host of clubs are battling for his signature. That's what I would have said last week, but since then, he has all but signed for Arsenal on professional terms; a coup that will be welcomed by Gooners Worldwide, and if not they should recall his trial spell in London last january. A ludicrously skilled Attacking Midfielder slash Forward, Wellington already made his mark on football after his record of 7 goals in 3 U15 games for Brazil was picked up on in 2007 by Arsene Wenger (and presumably other scouts/managers) who battled to get him a trial, eventually settling with Fluminense to take their newest prized asset to London for a two week review in December and January 2008/09. He showed that despite not being the tallest, he was more than capable of operating alone up front, that he is ambidextrous and can work the ball dazzling quick with both feet, that he has stamina, but pace aswell and above all he proved that he can play well beyond his years, a trait appreciated a lot more in today's game. In training he was purportedly 'energetic', 'captivating to behold' and 'genius', not my words, but thosse of legendary Arsenal midfielder Liam Brady, now waorking in the capacity of a youth developer at his old stomping ground. As the two weeks continued, it became more and more clear that Arsenal would have to move fast to snap up Wellington (nicknamed 'Ciel') as unnamed clubs (now known to be Atletico Madrid, Real Madrid, Manchester United, Chelsea and Barcelona) were waiting for their chance to move in. His impressive trial culminated in a 45 minute cameo for Arsenal U18s against Norwich. He scored FOUR goals, including a run from the half way line before dinking a 20 yard strike past an unmoving 'keeper. The match ended 4-0... Suffice to say, Arsenal began negotiations as soon as they could, laying down a $2m USD bid which was laughed off by Flu, who preceded to promote Wellington into the full squad, and they openly encouraged clubs to enter a bidding war for teir precocious talent (who at this point was expected to match the COMBINED fees of Full Backs Rafael and Fabio). In order to squeeze the most out of their cashcow, Fluminense recommended 'Ciel' to Brazil U17 coach Lucho nizzo, who was originally split over whether or not to actually include him in the squad for the Chile '09 South American U17 Championships, but after impressing during team training sessions, he was effectively given a starting position, although he lost out on the 'free role' to Philippe Coutinho (whose finishing has much to be desired imo ), but found a partner in Internacional's Felipinho (report on Felipinho coming soon) and Brazil set off with high expectations, and Fluminense that this tournament would scupper their chances of selling Wellington or make him a million dollar boy. It increased his value by some amount. Two Goals and one Gold Medal later, and lauded by critics in his homeland, Wellington returned home to Rio to find that he could be off to Europe in July. And it appears that he is off to Arsenal () for an 'Undisclosed Fee', that would presumably in the region of $5m USD. However, negotiations are under way an dit may be up to a week from now when anything is confirmed. UPDATE: Fluminense have confirmed that they doesn't know how far along it is, but that a transfer to Arsenal is probably on, and the fee will be decided in July 2010 when the move is likely to go ahead. When the Transfer is 100% Approved, the colour scheme will change! UPDATE 2: Arsenal have signed Wellington. He will join up with the first team in 2011 upon his 18th Birthday in accordance with new FIFA regulations concerning the transfer of U18 players between continents.
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