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  1. These are some of the best risers of the Portuguese League: 70+ risers Joao Aurelio (Nacional; CM; 21yrs): 76-81 Tomasevic (Nacional; CB; 19yrs): 74-81 Olimpio (Paços Ferreira; CM; 27 yrs): 76-81 Fredy (Belenenses; Wing; 19yrs): 74-79/80 rose to 80 Kerrouche (Naval; Fwd; 24yrs): 75-82 Gomis (Naval; CB; 20yrs): 76-81 Camora (Naval; Wing/Fwd; 23yrs): 76-80/81 Fabio Faria (Rio Ave; CB/LB; 20yrs): 75-81/82 Rabiola (Olhanense; Fwd; 20yrs): 74-79/80 rose to 80 Ukra (Olhanense; Wing/Fwd; 21yrs): 78-82 rose to 82 Sandro (Olhanense; CB; 26yrs): 75-80 rose to 78 Ventura (Olhanense; GK; 21yrs): 73-80 rose to 80 Carlao (Uniao Leiria; CF; 23yrs): 75-81/82 Andre Santos (Uniao Leiria; RM; 20yrs): 74-81/82 Rui Nereu (Academica; GK; 23yrs): 72-78/79 Credits to Derbypower in relation to the player Olimpio 80-85 risers Varela (Porto): 85-87 Fabio Coentrao (Benfica): 83-86 Edgar (Nacional): 83-85/86 Micael (Nacional): 84-86 Adrien Silva (Sporting): 80-82/83
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  2. Re: Short-list cap.....??? I think the notification is very useful to be honest. Sometimes I wish to bide my time on a player and don't want to' date=' or cannot, bid on a player when I first earmark him. If I am then notified of another club bidding then this prompts me to make a decision and I see nothing wrong with that. The other club knows I am interested when they bid and by shortlisting a player I don't get to see how much they are bidding unless they choose to disclose it. I don't think there should be an incentive for noting expiry dates, it is neither a skill nor something that SM would want to promote. As for clever management, the incentive is that you waste your own time and resources shortlisting and bidding on large numbers of players, many of whom you don't need. The shortlisting feature is just a means to an end though and I am not sure I understand why it is "lazy" to use a tool that SM have put there for convenience. I am also puzzled as to how someone using it on a large scale would inconvenience anyone else? If someone wants to waste their own time indiscriminately marking people up, let them. The best scouts will bid on the best players first and be prepared to pay more than clueless people shortlisting everyone at random, as they will have a better idea of the player's worth and bid accordingly. I don't mean to be obtuse, but... yes, that actually would be more realistic? However, it would not be much fun so I agree with you if that is your point. Although, I do not understand why it favours people with a larger bank balance. The shrewder manager will shortlist a player sooner and bid sooner. Sure, someone with a bigger bank balance can attempt to hijack it but their chairman won't let them bid as much as a club in actual need of the player.
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  3. Page Contents Russian Youth Risers Russian High Rated Risers Leclerc's Dynamo Kiev Rating Predictions Yevgeni Balyaykin 80 --> 84 (Rubin) Tomáš Necid 85 --> 86/87 (CSKA Moskva) Sekou Oliseh 70 --> 75 (CSKA Moskva) Nika Piliev 75 --> 78 (CSKA Moskva) Pavel Mamaev 88 --> 89/88 (CSKA Moskva) Alan Dzagoev 88 -->89 (CSKA Moskva) *Future Star* Georgi Schennikov 83 --> 86 (CSKA Moskva) *Future Star* Aleksey Pomerko 74 --> 80 (Amkar Perm) **Good Money Maker** Aleksandr Kokorin 83 --> 85 (Dynamo Moskva) Fedor Smolov 82 --> 84/83 (Dynamo Moskva) Victor Svezhov 75 --> 79 (Dynamo Moskva) Aleksandr Denisov 76 --> 78 (Dynamo Moskva) Yuri Kirillov 77 --> 82 (Khimki) **Good Money Maker** Adil Ibragimov 76 --> 79 (Khimki) Azat Bairiev 75 --> 80/79 (Kuban) **Good Money Maker** Aleksandr Khokhlov 74 --> 77 (Kuban) Astemir Sheriyev 75 --> 80 (Rostov) **Good Money Maker** Soslan Dzhanaev 84 --> 86 (Spartak Moskva) *Future Star* Pavel Yakolev 75 --> 81 (Spartak Moskva) **Great Money Maker** Yevgeni Makeev 82 --> 86 (Spartak Moskva) *Future Star* Rafael Carioca 87 --> 89 (Spartak Moskva) Sergey Parshivlyuk 86 --> 87(Spartak Moskva) Zaur Sadayev 75 --> 81 (Terek) **Good Money Maker** Rizman Utsiyev 75 --> 79(Terek) Alan Gatagov 77 --> 83 Lokomotiv Moskva **Good Money Maker** Adlan Katsayev 76 --> 79 (Lokomotiv Moskva ) Aleksey Ionov 80 --> 83(Zenit) ANANIDZE, Zhano 75 --> 78/79 (Spartak Moskva) *Future Star* credit to inicikirock some suggestions please
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  4. Re: English Championship 106 - Transfer/Gossip thread Issue 2 6th December, 2009
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  5. Re: English Championship 3951 - Transfer/Gossip thread Predictions - Season 2 - Turn 2 Divison 1 Newcastle United 2 - 0 Everton Newcastle are on the back of an away win, whilst Everton are on the back of a home defeat. The momentum is certainly swinging in favour of Newcastle, and players like Di Natale and Juan Mata are on form, after leaving the West Ham defence to pieces in their last game. Everton have a solid defence, but are lacking with attacking quality, they do have a fully fit squad though. Newcastle to win. West Ham United 3 - 1 Hull City Both sides are on the back of solid wins, West Ham showed a perfect balance of defensive and attacking play to beat Newcastle away from home. Whilst Hull gave Liverpool a huge shock, beating them 2-1 at the KC Stadium. Both teams will be missing players, Franck Ribery picked up an injury for West Ham in their away win, whilst Eduaord Cisse got sent off in Hulls win. Both players are vital for their teams and will both be major blows for their teams. West Ham have plenty of players to cover, whilst Hull will be lacking in a quality cover for Cisse. West Ham to ease to victory. Liverpool 1 - 1 Blackburn Rovers Liverpool suffered a major shock, losing away to Hull. Whilst Blackburn were unlucky not to get a better result then a 4-2 defeat at home to Chelsea. Liverpool have a lot of quality, Blackburn are known to cause upsets as they managed to win divison 1 last season. Liverpool to slip up again, 1-1 draw. Chelsea 1 - 0 Tottenham Hotspur Chelsea got a convincing victory, against championship Blackburn. With Didier Drogba, showing his quality with a vital hat-trick for the blues. Tottenham could only manage a draw at home to Bolton though, they failed to take their chances before finally get the equaliser, 3 minutes from time. Chelsea to edge the win. Bolton Wanderers 1 - 2 Aston Villa Bolton performed well in their last game, drawing away to Tottenham and were winning untill just 3 minutes from time. Aston Villa also got a 1-1 draw, but in a game that they were favoured to win. Bolton haven't got much quality going forward, and rely on their defence to get vital results. Aston Villa have plenty of quality, and are always given plenty of chances, with Javier Mascherano in the hearts of the midfield. Aston Villa to knick the 3 points Stoke City 2 - 1 Portsmouth Stoke managed to grind out a valuable away point at Villa in their last game, and will be confident of getting something from Wednesdays game. Portsmouth were dissapointed with the home point they got against Preston, Preston are one of the favourites to go down, but dominated played with 62% possesion, despite Portsmouth having the likes of Raul Albiol and Joe Cole at the club. Portsmouth wont go in to the game with much too cheer about, and I don't think they'll leave the game with much too cheer about either, Stoke to win. Preston North End 0 - 3 Manchester United Preston will be happy with the away point they got at Portsmouth, but Manchester United will be dissapointed in failing to beat Wolves at home. Renato will be missing for Preston, and their wont be much quality in the cover that they use in centre-midfield, with either inexperienced Tom Hately or even less experienced Mehmet Ekici or Jonathan Dos Santos filling in. Manchester United should come out comfortable winners in this game. Wolverhampton Wanderers 0 - 0 Arsenal Wolves will be hugely pleased with the point picked up away to Manchester United. Whilst Title-Favourites Arsenal will be furious with the opening day performance, losing at home to the newly promoted Ipswich Town. Arsenal will be looking to bounce back in style, but i'm not sure that they can grind out the win. Ipswich Town 1 - 0 Burnley Ipswich are on the back of a shock win, away to title-favourites Arsenal, and will be up for the return to Portman Road. Burnley are also on a high, after an opening day victory at home to Fulham with striker Marouane Chamakh scoring a brace. I predict Ipswich to win it, with home advantage on their side. Fulham 0 - 2 Manchester City Both sides are on the back of dissapointing defeats, Fulham lost away to Burnley in a game they must of though they could get something out of. With Manchester City losing at home to Newcastle, dispite being favourites for the game. Manchester City will still have their best players fully fit, and surely must win now as they have a very small squad and players will begin to tire as the season goes on.
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  6. English Championship 5113
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  7. PhilipM

    Tactics Help Thread

    Re: Tactics Help Thread hmm, your team already has Gourcuff, so I would rather get Essien since he's younger. Moreover, he can play at dm position if you intend to rest Mascherano.
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  8. PhilipM

    Tactics Help Thread

    Re: Tactics Help Thread wow, i didn't know that. I was always afraid that the rb/ lb would play badly at that spot. Looks like I've learned something
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  9. Re: Official Gold Championships Discussions Thread Ajax beat Depor 5-3 in GC10 to seal a place in the final with an 8-3 aggregate success. Two SMFA finals for me on Friday - i'd take 1 win
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  10. Re: Serie A - Analysis and Ratings I think it would be an absolute travesty if they dropped poulsen's rating. I thought he played really very this season. But he never gets the credit he deserves because our 20million pound signing and our future italy captain gets all the plaudit everytime. Plus, he is the captain of denmark who have just completed an excellent WC qualifying campaign. if they drop him then we know the game has lost credibilty. I think if this guy was italian he would be a 93 at least on the game.
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  11. celticfc482

    Luchio

    Re: Luchio
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  12. Re: English Championship 3951 - Transfer/Gossip thread Arsenal left stunned 0 - 2 Date: December 5th, 2009 Venue: @ the Emirates (Season Opener) Attendance: 60,355 Referee: Pol van Boekel - MANAGERS - Arsenal: Kylan Ipswich Town: Paul Close Arsenal fans left befuddled after a shocking season-opening defeat. - STATS - GOALSCORERS: (Arsenal) - NONE (IPSWICH) - Mcauley (15), Fletcher (80) M.O.M: Steven Fletcher POSSESSION: 53% - 47% TOTAL SHOTS: 18 - 8 SHOTS ON TARGET: 9 - 4 CORNERS: 3 - 6 YELLOW CARDS: 3 - 0 RED CARDS: 0 - 0 Arsenal finally kick-started their long-anticipated season at home, against new comers to the EPL, Ipswich Town, which saw the Emirates sellout and bring in a crowd of over 60,000. As soon as both sides made their way out the tunnel the atmosphere became electric, and to the Arsenal fans' credit, they reserved a special applause for former Arsenal great- Robert Pires, now playing with Ipswich. It didn't take long for the first scoring chance, as an eerie looking Arsenal side, perhaps overwhelmed by the occasion of the season starting at home, with high expectations coming into this season of a trophy, looking nervous and quite edgy, where caught off guard in the first minute with Shevchenko latching onto a long ball, beating Almunia with an outside the foot shot, yet the ball caught the outside of the post. In a quick rebuttal Arsenal answered in there attack with Pato firing a cracker from 25 yards out, which sailed well-wide. Arsenal still looking razzled found leadership, from Fabregas, who looked like he was trying to calm the side down, no that it helped, as 10 minutes later, Gary Mcauley, struck a beautiful overhead kick, which went over Almunia's head, 1-nil to Ipswich! From then things only got heated as Pato was angered over a vicious tackle on him, forcing a yellow card upon himself. It seemed Ipswich where in total control, with the Arsenal midfield conjuring up very little passing plays, and leaving Pato, and most importantly Ibra, isolated from the match. 1-0 at half-time to Ipswich. The same was pretty much the same story for much of the second half too, to the point where Kylan decided to bring on Walcott, Denilson and Rosicky, yet to no avail, not much changed, despite Walcott, showing much effort to scheme up a goal, but no end product. Arsenal's fate was sealed for a season-opening loss when the former Arsenal man, Pires played a cross on into Fletcher, who merely just stuck his foot out, to connect with the ball, giving Almunia very little chance, 2-0 Ipswich. Pique looked furious at the back, trying to encourage his team ... with only 8 mins left .. it seemed to have worked though, as in the 86th minute, sub, Rosicky went on a crazed run down the left wing, cutting in, and unleashing a wicked shot, just grazing the post, final score 2-0 to the visitors, Ipswich Town who have to be commended, the first match, after coming up from the Championship, at the Emirates, and coming away with all the 3 points. To no avail we where unable to get any reaction from Arsenal management or the players, most likely due to what people will view as an upset for Arsenal, and a horrible outing, start to the season. - GAME ACTION - Steven Fletcher celebrates in the 15th minute after putting the visitors, Ipswich Town ahead, 1-nil, as Arsenal got of to a nervy start, and never where able to recover. Arsenal hitman, Alexandre Pato, proved to be a loose cannon today, getting a yellow card, and always finding himself in trouble, growing ever-frustrated, showing much of a temper. After the match, despite much of the Gooners fanbase feeling the blues after losing the match, they still stayed on to give Robert Pires a standing ovation for his many contributions and play for Arsenal in his red-days. While that was going on, the Arsenal players' faces where more focused on the matter at hand - a season opening loss at home to Ipswich! Where will they go from here?
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  13. Re: English Championship 3951 - Transfer/Gossip thread Derby County Crumble To Organised Barnsley. Derby County 2-4 Barnsley Crespo '19, Emerton '28, Brocchi '38, Sanogo '75 Sala '61, Roger '81 Venue: Pride Park Capacity: 33,597 Attendace: 28,754 Referee: Grzegorz Gilewski Derby Manager: Dan Griffin Barnsley Manager: Tom Henshaw 42% - Possession - 58% 7 - Total Shots - 12 2 - Shots On Target - 4 6 - Corners - 4 0 - Yellow Cards - 1 0 - Red Cards - 0 Despite Derby's two goals, they still crumble to Barnsley at home. Yesterday evening Dan Griffin took over Derby County in search for his first win under the team, but they crumbled to a well organised Barnsley side who thumped some daylight into Derby at Pride Park. Derby have a lot of players over 30, but with Griffin's obsession with youngsters should change the setup around Pride Park. Griffin's men take the trip to Huddersfield on Wednesday evening in search to get their season back on track, and with new signing Miguel Veloso set to make his debut, things could be heading the right direction for Derby County once again. Derby: Sanchez, Ibarra, Sala, Uzulmez, Mertens, Skjelbred, Giannokopoulos, Tikhonov, Cresswell, Koutsiniak, Bellucci. Barnsley: Coupet, Wilson, Ayala, Wheater, Rool, Emerton, Diao, Rocchi, Taraabt, Crespo, Yulinidia.
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  14. Insider

    douglas costa

    Re: douglas costa No he won't. Very unlikely anyway. The Brasileiro is almost done. 12 starts don't get you a +5 to 85. 82/83 is most likely, as Gremio arn't a Libertadores team this year. If he does get 85, then Mario goes up to 87ish, which is just unrealistic.
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  15. Re: English Championship 106 - Discussion Thread I've heard on the grapevine that the Millwall job might be coming up soon as Frankie "The Razor" Fraser, the club 'chairman':rolleyes:, (the real chairmen of the club are holding up the bridge across the M11 in concrete suits ) is not pleased with his manager of late. Nothing to do with Izod's managerial skills, which to his credit, has taken his ramshackle bunch of scruffs to the dizzy heights of the top of the table, and I DON'T believe the rumours about bungs going around in the seedy world of the London club. No, the problem is that Mr Izod, since hitting the top spot of the division, has taken to wearing a cape over his finely cut two thousand pound suits and a silver tipped cane with a handsome fedora on his napper. Frankie ain't at all pleased saying, "The git has forgot where he's from, I fot he was a Landaner but he has forgot his rwoots." It was reported that Mr Izod, cape flowing in the breeze, entered the local all you can eat pizza for a fiver, tapping the poor pizza boy on the head with his cane, asking to be seated. He was later seen munching pizza, cheese all over his mush, (you can take the man out of the gutter but not the gutter out of the man ) talking to some mafioso type guys dressed in black. Rumour has it that the men in black made him an offer he can't refuse. Was it Milan? Inter? or even Juventus? Well I can reveal the content of that meeting to you guys, Mr Izod has been offered the post of straightening the Leaning Tower Of Pisa. It seems the shady Italian crew got wind that down in the 'smoke' everything that is bent down there can be straightened out....for a price. (A breakdown in language I fear ) Izod was last seen being dragged into a limo later that evening and no word on the outcome. Talk is that mad Frankie Frazer wasn't too "appy wiv Izod doing a deal behind his back" and wants in on the action, and wants to know why his manager is turning into Lionel Blair? Is all the hype and success gone to Izod's head, is it his managerial skills that have seen Millwall soar to the top of the heap or is it Frankie's bungs backed up with the promise of a croncete suit if his boys don't win. This is all speculation at the moment and we will see if Mr Izod appears from the condemmed estate he dwells in to clear up the rumours.
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  16. Re: Official Gold Championships Discussions Thread Rather shocking night for me last night, hopefully results will imrpove on Wednesday. GC50: After good news that Hitzlesberger will be joining the club for De Guzman and De Jong it seemed to get to their heads and we wen't to 2nd from bottom Vitesse and lost 1-0. Hopefully trying to land Eboue and I have £28 million pounds as I have a few players eyed up. GC56: Manchester City lose against Portsmouth, Peter Crouch with the only goal of the game on the 72nd minute for Pompy. City got into the game at the Nou Camp winning 1-0 on aggregate but are in bad form, worrying times. GC71: Bayern Munchen bad to losing ways again after Hannover are the latest team to gun down a less hopeful Bayern Munchen, I have signed some new players but still isn't working. GC76: A cracking start for Blackpool has come to an end, a 3-0 defeat to Ipswich see's Blackpool without a win in 3, shuffle the team round for next game on Wednesday and when the rating changes come for Columbia etc that should help. GC80: My only win of the night, Remy scores both goals in Villarreal's 2-1 win at home against Deportivo. Also, Capdevila is on his way out of Villarreal after a deal was agreed with Manchester City including Bridge and Bellamy, very happy with that.
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  17. swanseajack

    Division 4 Risers

    Re: Division 4 Risers Section 1 Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Mexico, Venezuela, Peru, Bolivia, Costa Rica and Uruguay GK's Adrian Gabbarini (24), 70 - 80 Horacio Ramirez (25), 76 - 79/78 Damien Albil (30), 77 - 81/82 DEF's Alexis Machuca (19), 70 - 80/79 Lobo Alex Sandro (19), 72 - 78/79 Rodrigo Cabrera (20), 74 - 77 Maximiliano Oliva (19), 74 - 80 Marcos Rojo (19), 75 - 80 Milton Casco (18), 75 - 81/80 Leonel Galeano (18), 75 - 82/83 Reis Wellington (21), 78 - 84/83 MID's Pedro Romo (20), 70 - 77 Roberto Ardiles (22), 70 - 77/78 Pedro Franco (18), 70 - 79/80 Bryan Salazar (19), 73 - 75 Claudio Mosca (18), 75 - 78/79 Edson Aubert (21), 75 - 80/79 Facundo Bertoglio (19) 75 - 81/82 Luciano Aued (22), 75 - 83/82 Ivan Marcone (19), 76 - 81/82 Alejandro Frezotti (25), 77 - 81/82 James Rodriguez (18), 78 - 83/84 Mauren Franco (26), 80 - 83/82 Damien Musto (22), 80 - 83/82 FWD's Daniel Villalba (19), 72 - 78/79 Jorge Cordoba (22), 75 - 82/81 Jhon Cordoba (22), 76 - 80/79 Ireveng Avila (19), 76 - 81/82 Diego Morales (23), 78 - 80/81/82 Juan Pablo Pereyra (25), 80 - 83 Franco Jara (21), 80 - 83/84 Silva Neymar (18), 82 - 87 Section 6 England, Scotland, Northen Ireland and Wales GK's Vito Mannone (21), 70 - 78+ 82 DEF's Jake Buxton, 70 - 75/74 75 Tommy Smith (19), 70 - 77+ 77 Lee Hodson (18), 72 - 80 80 Dean Moxey (23), 73 - 83/82 80 Jazz Richards (18), 74 - 77/76 75 Fabio Da Silva (19), 75 - 78/79 80 Kyle Walker (19), 75 - 81/82 82 Adam Matthews (17), 75 - 81/82 80 Fede Bessone (25), 78 - 80/81 80 James Tomkins (20), 82 - 84/85 85 Emiliano Insua (20), 83 - 87/88 88 MID's Jake Livermore (19), 66 - 77/78 78 Jacob Butterfield (19), 70 - 77+ 76 Vladimar Weiss (20), 75 - 78/79 82 Henri Lansbury (19), 76 - 82/83 82 Andrea Orlandi (25), 77 - 81/80 80 Tom Cleverley (20), 77 - 83/82 83 Robert Snodgrass (22), 78 - 80/79 80 Junior Stanislas (20), 78 - 83/84 84 Paul Anderson (21), 80 - 82/81 82 Andy King (21), 80 - 82/81 81 Joe Allen (19), 80 - 82/81 80 ??? Victor Moses (18), 80 - 83/82 81 Dan Gosling (19), 83 - 85/84 84 Jack Rodwell (18), 83 - 87/86 87 FWD's Zavon Hines (20), 74 - 83/82 80 Simon Church (20), 75 - 81/80 82 Chris Wood (17), 75 - 81/80 80 Nile Ranger (18), 75 - 81/82 80 Andy Carrol (20), 80 - 83/82 83 Danny Welbeck (19), 83 - 87/86 85 Section 7 Albania, Cyprus, Greece, Isreal, Malta and Turkey GK's Edvan Bakaj (22), 72 - 76 72 Mahmut Bezgin (23), 76 - 82/81 80 DEF's Theodhori Perlleshi (18), 74 - 78 70 Leonidas Argyropoulos (19), 74 - 78/79 77 Ferreira Douglao (23), - 76 - 79/80 80 Vassilis Apostolopoulos (21), - 76 - 79/80 78 Stergos Marinos (22), 78 - 80 80 Michalis Boukouvalas (21), 78 - 80/81 80 Serdar Kesimal (20), 78 - 82/83/84 84 Ceyhun Gulselam (20), 80 - 83/82 83 Georgios Tzavelas (22), 80 - 84 83 Ismael Koybasi (20), 82 - 86 85 MID's Nikos Vlasopoulos (21), 73 - 76/77 75 Savas Yilmaz (19), 73 - 77/76 75 Musa Nizam (19), 74 - 76/77 78 Calvin Sosibo (24), 75 - 77/78 75 Furkan Ozcal (19), 76 - 82/83/84 84 Panagiotis Tachtsidis (18), 77 - 79/78 78 Vasilis Koutsianikoulis (21), 83 - 84/85/86 84 FWD's Michalis Pavlis (20), 75 - 77 77 Athanasios Papazoglou (21), 77 - 79/78 78 Éder (22), 78 - 80/81 80 Krisztián Nemeth (20), 81 - 84/83 83 Kostantinos Mitroglou (21), 82 - 84/85 86 Section 8 Portugal, Italy and Spain GK's Salvatore Sirigu (22), 79 - 83/84 86 DEF's Fabio Faria (20), 75 - 79/80/81 81 Cristian Trombetta (23), 75 - 77 76 Macheda Michel (19), 75 - 83/82 84 Alberto Botia (20), 78 - 83/82 85 Mobido Diakite (22), 80 - 84/83 85 Andrea Ranocchia (21), 80 - 84/85 86 Leonardo Bonnuci (22), 80 - 84/85 86 Filipe Andre Marques (22), 81 - 84/85 83 MID's Ribeiro Gomez Fredy (19), 74 - 79/80 80 Sergio Canales (18), 75 - 81/80 85 Miguel Joao Aurelio (21), 76 - 82/81 82 Albin Ekdal (20), 77 - 81/80 83 Xavi Torres (23), 77 - 83/84 82 Alberto Lora (22), 78 - 82/83 85 Davide Astori (22), 78 - 84/85 85 Nauzet Aleman (24), 82 - 84/85 85 Andrea Poli (20), 82 - 85/86 86 Antonio Candreva (22) 83 - 85/86 87 Alexandre Fabio Coentrao (21), 83 - 86/85 85 Pedro Rodriques (22), 83 - 87/88 88 FWD's Antoine Griezmann (18), 74 - 80/79 83 Iker Munian (17), 75 - 80/79 85 Carlao (23), 75 - 81/82 83 Mehdi Kerrouche (24), 75 - 82/81 82 Juncal Iago Aspas (22), 76 - 79/78 80 Summer League Rating Changes Schedule Section 1 Russia and Ukraine GK's Alvim Guiherme (23), 80 - 83/84 85 DEF's Aleksandr Khokhlov (21), 74 - 77/78 76 Vasyl Pryima (18) 74 - 80/79 80 Alan Gatagov (18), 77 - 83/82 84 Yevhen Khacheridi (22), 77 - 84/85 86 Yaroslav Rakytskyy (20), 82 - 85/84 86 Yevgeni Makeev (20), 82 - 85/86 86 Georgi Schennikov (18), 83 - 85/86 86 MID's Sekou Oliseh (19), 70 - 75 75 Aleksey Pomerko (19), 74 - 79/78 77 Nika Piliev (18), 75 - 78/77 77 Victor Svezhov (18), 75 - 78/79 78 Rizman Utsiev (21), 75 - 79/80 78 Oleh Holodyuk (21), 77 - 81/82 82 Yuri Kirillov (19), 77 - 83/82 82 Yevgeni Balyaikin (21), 80 - 83/84 84 Aleksey Ionov (20), 80 - 83/84 82 Henrik Mkhitaryan (20), 81 - 85/84 85 FWD's Zaur Sadaev (20), 75 - 81/80 78 Pavel Yakovlev (18), 75 - 81/82 83 Yevhen Konoplyanka (20), 77 - 80/81 79 Andriy Yarmolenko (20), 78 - 84/85 86 Section 2 Australia, Eastern Asia and Southeast Asia GK's Justin Pasfield (24), 60 - 76/75 Hiroki Iikura (23), 77 - 81/80 Kaito Yamamoto (24), 80 - 83/82 Shuichi Gonda (20), 80 - 84/85 DEF's Scott Neville (20), 68 - 77/78 Kristian Rees (29), 70 - 80/81 Shunki Takahashi (19), 72 - 78/77 Simon Colosimo (30), 76 - 81/80 Yohei Fukumoto (22), 78 - 81/80 Yusuke Murakami (25), 78 - 81/80 MID's Mate Dugandzic (20), 70 - 74/73 Steve Fitzsimmons (33), 70 - 78/77 Chris Tadrosse (24), 70 - 78/77 Yuji Yabu (25), 73 - 75/76/77 Tsubasa Yokotake (20), 73 - 77/76 Zenon Caravella (26), 73 - 78/77 Ariajasuru Hasegawa (21), 75 - 79/78 Sergio Escudero (21), 76 - 79/80 Takuji Yonemoto (19), 78 - 82/81 Yuki Otsu (19), 79 - 81/82/83 Mitch Nichols (20), 78 - 80/81 Michael Mcglinchy (22), 78 - 81/80 FWD's Daniel McBreen (32), 69 - 75+ Sean Rooney (18), 70 - 77/78 Genki Haraguchi (18), 80 - 84/83 Kazuma Watanabe (23), 80 - 84 Section 3 Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden
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  18. Re: Greener's Guide to risers around the world.... Some of turkey is now done...
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  19. Re: English Championship 106 - Discussion Thread
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  20. Re: English Championship 106 - Transfer/Gossip thread English Championship 106 Division Two Venue: Hillsborough Attendance: 13,176 Referee: Svein-Erik Edvartsen Sheffield Wednesday 1-2 Charlton Athletic Wendel bagged brace Wendel celebrating his second goal Dean Bryant saw his Charlton side chalk up their second win in December thanks to a nervy 2-1 victory over Sheffield Wednesday. Two goals from Geraldo Wendel in the first period put them in the driving seat at Hillsborough. But when Luiz Suarez hit back after the hour mark, it set up a tense finish. The Owls failed to get the goal they craved despite some sustained pressure as Addicks keeper Marco Amelia put in the man-of-the-match performance in the second period. Charlton moved back into the play-off group after the three points boss Bryant was hoping for. They started off with some good display but was unlucky when Samir Nasri's 25-yard strike smashed against the bar inside first minute. The home side find themselves struggling with defence when they failed to clear the loose ball and Samir Nasri again almost punish them as he blast just inches wide. Play switched back down the other end and Mohamed Sissoko failed to get a proper connection after Pereira Ilsinho had delivered the cross. Sheffield Wednesday were finding it hard to get going but Luiz Suarez tested Marco Amelia with his poor shot. But it was Charlton who got the breakthrough in the 20th minute. Geraldo Wendel showed great composure in front of goal and made no mistake to round the keeper before slotting home in his fifth goal of the season. The game broke into controversy nine minutes later when the host were denied a penalty when Sissoko was tripped in the box by Alessandro Gamberini. Charlton stepped up the pace with defenders joining the attack and Sebastien Puygrenier add on some creativity in midfield. Their effort show themselves double their lead. A defence-splitting pass from Sami Khedira found Wendel with a lot of spaces. The Addicks midfield latched on to the ball, strode forward and lashed a shot toward goal bound but was initially blocked by Gerard Pique. Wendel then reacted quickly to pick up the ball back and easily tap-in his second goal of the match. It was the goal Wednesday were left reeling after enjoying a decent spell of possession. They hit back immediately but Amelia came out off his line and clattered with Thomas Hitzlsperger to send the ball wide. Luiz Suarez's goal was not enough for the host It was the second period that the Charlton keeper stood up more, preventing the host from scoring with two fine saves in the first five minutes of second half. Amelia dived low to his right to stop Luiz Suarez shot just after the restart. The Italy keeper showed his good reflexes to palm away Gonzalo Higuain thunderous shot from 25 yards out. Sheffield Wednesday continue with their impressive come back and looked more desperate with their first goal after the hour mark. Defender Martin Caceres found himself spaces and time to dribble forward into the box but his hesitation found Gamberini on time to make a clean tackle before clearing the ball for a unwanted corner. Wednesday pulled a goal back through Luiz Suarez from the corner. The Uruguay striker headed home his fifth goal of the season following a corner from Henrique Hugo. Charlton should have been punished after some uncertainty in the defence late in the game but Wout Brama made a important clearance and Charlton held out. Dean Bryant believes he can steer his Charlton side for a serious challenge for the play-off spot this season after the win. The Addicks manager, who picked six points in December after risking with untried formation, said: "I am pleased with the result. We came to Sheffield Wednesday with a winning mentality. The lads showed good display in the first period and deserved the three points. I was not expecting an immediate result with the new formation that I have never tried before. But we have been working hard in training with the new system and the lads deserved some praises with their effort they put in during training and matches. "We know it is going to be close throughout the season but we need to get result. People talk about pressure and the problems we've got. But we stick with our believes and strive for the results we want." Bryant also went on to praise his two-goal hero, Geraldo Wendel. He said: "Wendel has been impressive so far this season. He is a winner. He has done that last season with Division 1 champions Blackburn. It was difficult for him at first to join a lower division club after winning the title with Rovers but he has settle in well quicker than expected. He has emulate his last season form and has netted six league goals for Charlton. You need a quality player like him in the squad to get the club push forward. He returned from injury at the right time. We need him for the final quarter of the season to give the club some hope in achieving our goal. And he has done exceptionally well."
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  21. Re: Who will win the World Cup in 2010? Strongly disagree with most of this. Some valid points but at times, i get the impression that you are not too up to date with current affairs Where shall i start? how about your bit about brazil. This is possibly the most tactically savy and balanced brazilian side ever. Dunga has bult a well oiled machine that prioritises defence over attack. They are uncharacteristically efficient for a brazilian side, and they are tactically adept and defensively superb, as you would expect, since guys like maicon lucio juan, cesar, melo all play for big serie a teams. This brazil side isn’t open and reckless like their predecessors. They like to sit back, defend deep and hit teams on the break with counterattacks led by guys like kaka robinho fabiano etc. and they are also extremely dangerous at setplays, with 6-7 players in the first team all over 6ft. in their qualifiying campaign, they produced 2 truly outstanding results. They shattered urUguay’s previously undefeated home record for wc qualification, with a 4-0 win in Montevideo. And they also beat argentina 3-1 in bueno aires. they are definitely the strongest allround team at the tournament. If i had to put money on anyone, it would be them. and it would be the smartest money i ve ever placed Spain are a team that plays and win playing beautiful football. They do it the hardest way possible so I have to give them credit. But I don’t think they are the super team everyone makes them out to be. For a start, like Barcelona, they onlyt ever play it one way, which is their biggest weakness. They can overindulge in possession, and when good teams with organized defence park the bus on them, they often have difficulties breaking them down. Their defensive players are all excellent ballplayers, but as defenders, they are ALL suspect, with the exception of puyol. Guys like pique, albiol and ramos are relatively inexperienced, and not exceptional defenders. They can be taken apart by rapid counterattacks, as USA showed at the confederations. And they are also suspect as setplays, as you expect with a team of midgets as for your bit on Italy. The only other times italy qualified with a game in hand in the world cup, for your information, is 82 and 2006. see a pattern? to quote Lippi, "not implying anything, but that's just one for the record books". The fact you seem to think argentina have a far better chance of winning the cup suggests you probably havent been watching any football for the last year or so. And i can say that again about the way you dismissed the USA, who beat your "definite world cup winners" at the confeds this year
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  22. Re: Players: Should I buy, sell or keep? Short Term Ansaldi, Long Term Delac. I'd Get Ansaldi Though. Looks Good For 90 By The Time Russia Comes Around Again, Especially If Rubin Do Well In ECL Or EL Depending On The Final Group Standing.
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  23. Re: English Championship 106 - Transfer/Gossip thread Gillingham 2-0 Crewe Alexandra Kew Jaliens (24) Gary Cahill (52) Florent Sinama Pongolle (82) (Former AZ skipper Kew Jaliens with Gillinghams first goal last night.) Last night was a big night in Gillingham's eyes as they moved out of that dreaded 17th place up to 15th after a 2-0 win at home to Crewe Alexandra. It was a big night for Crewe aswell as they hope to still try and make a deserved play off spot after the hard work from Crewe manager Dr. Sean who has turned the small Crewe side around in the past year. The game got under way at Priestfield on a cold winters Saturday night in Gillinghamn with Gillingham in blue and Crewe Alexandra in red. The game got it's first goal on the 24th minute after some good passing by Crewe was cut short by Kew Jaliens who produced a stunning goal from 30 yards out, a great start what Gillingham were hoping for. Gillingham went in at the break with heads held high at a 1-0 lead on the back of a good first half performance but it was cut short just 7 minutes in the second half after a corner whipped in by Steven Pienaar was met firmly on the head by Gary Cahill got jumped ahead of Jaliens to head home for Crewe, 1-1. Both teams were looking for that goal that would possibly earn one side 3 points, chances were going begging either was but that much needed goal for Gillingham came on the 82nd minute a ball lached in by Vukcevic was met on the half volley by, who else but on form Sinama Pongolle who smashed the ball into the top corner of the net to more or less seal all 3 points for Gillingham. The game finished Gillingham 2-1 Crewe Alexandra at Priestfield and Gillingham move out of the daunting 17th place up to 15th and Crewe with the loss remain 10th but Crewe could overwrite their loss on Wednesday with a win against Reading as Gillingham play Tramere who are 9th, 2 points above Crewe. After the pleasing win for all Gillingham fans at Priestfield we managed to catch up with Gillingham manager Jake after the game outside Priestfield and this is what he had to say to SkySportsNews, "I am so glad we got the win tonight. The Crewe manager Sean is an amazing manager who has done very well in he's year at the club. I hope our team continues our un-beaten run against Tramere on Wednesday which would more or less guarantee our stay in Division 3. We were written off a few games ago as a tip for relegation but we have battle our way out of the spots no manager wants to be and we could be possibly on for a mid-table finish. I am very pleased about how Florent has already adapted to our style of play again here in England and has hit 3 goals in 4 appearances since joining Gillingham a few weeks back from Atletico Madrid for a fee of £9.4 million pounds, I hope Pongolle continues this great form as that could put even more confidence of a mid table finish this season with he's goals which have already been crucial in the relegation battle, thanks."
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  24. Re: Help With Deal(s) Thread... Um Caleb yeah do it; 2 95's for a 96 who spends a fair bit of time on the treatment table is a decent deal. But don't sell Ozil, if you were considering it, ever.
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  25. Re: SANDRO, Ranieri (86) - 9C Nothing is done yet, however there are heavy rumours that it will be announced next week. It would be downright dumb for them to announce it in the few days before the final match of the season, when Inter still have a shot at the title.
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  26. Re: English Championship 3951 - Transfer/Gossip thread Leicester Smash Four Past Coventry V Leicester City 4-0 Coventry City H.BADSTUBER '19 Z.TOSIC '22 F.FORESTIERI '60 K.HONDA '71 The home side got off to a very impressive start, going a goal ahead in the first 20th minutes thanks to strike from Badstuber and Tosic added a second in the 22nd minute, putting Leicester firmly in the driver's seat. After the break, Coventry's lack of defensive discipline cost them in the 60nd minute as young striker Forestieri made it 3-0 with a thunder shot into the net. A deserve goal for the young Italian as he assisted the two goals in the first half. The home side were totally in control of the game. Fernando celebrated his first goal of the season The visitor were also have some chances but failed to make the break through. The Kaito's team continued to dominate possession. It was four in the 71st minute, as Forestieri pass the ball to Honda, the Japanese international caresses in a curling shot past hapless Westwood to sealed the win as the host coasted to an easy victory. The Leicester boss told the media,
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  27. Re: Help With Deal(s) Thread... Sandro is the better player though imo. Should rise to 88 regardless of what happens I feel and Fernando to 90. BUT Sandro is still the better of the 2 in my eyes. Yes, Fernando will be the higher rated of the 2 for now but you also have to realise Sandro is only 20 and has been capped by Brazil already... Whereas Fernando hasn't. Sandro may even be going to the World Cup. I would rather have my money and go for Sandro has he'll probably be the higher rated of the 2 within the next year and a half or so.
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  28. Re: English Championship 106 - Transfer/Gossip thread Report - Round 33 Colchester United 4 - 3 Bristol City(Half Time 1 - 1) M. Boussoufa 10 D. Gibson 44 S. Manolev 51 M. Schmelzer 53 S. Feghouli 64 P. Luyindula 74 B. Sahar 89 What a game! It was everything expected and more. Both teams came out with an attacking mentality which caused the 56 shots on goal for the whole game. 6,219 people attended Colchester Community Stadium and wernt they loud. Bristol quietend the home crowd after 10 minutes when Boussoufa scored to make it 1 - 0. Colchester didnt put there heads down and came up with 3 unanswered goals by 53 minutes. First came from debuton Gibson, who delighted the home fans with his flare manager to get his team back on level terms at 44 minutes. Shortly after the break both Colchester full backs Manolev and Schmelzer got on the score sheet to make it 3 - 1 and it seemed that it would be extremely difficult for Turna to get his team back in the match but they did... As predicted at the start of the match to be one who would make a great impact, Feghouli found the net to get his team going with 26 minutes to go. Then Bristol scored again 10 minutes after through Luyindula. This goal put all the momentum with Bristol. If one team was going to score it looked like Bristol would at this point but things turned... Bristol's centre midfielder Tissone saw red with 4 minutes to go which lead to what happens next. Israeli striker, Ben Sahar scored his second in 5 games after sigining for the club with a minute to go which lead to Colchester's victory, and now they are only 4 points from second place. Colchester dominated in possesion 57% to 43%. The total of 56 shots was split 32 to Colchester and 24 to Bristol. It seems as if the red card changed the game. Did it have to be done? Would of Nimani scored after being one on one? Only god knows but im sure Dragovic is happy. Here is the action in pictures: Boussoufa striking his goal. Darren Gibson celebrating his goal first goal for the club jsut before half time. Manolev in action before making it 2 - 1. Schmelzer reciving the ball straight after scoring his goal. The French talent Ferhouli tormenting the Colchester defence. Luyindula celebraing his equalizer. The tackle which saw Tissone off after 86 mintues. Ben Sahar celebrating the winner in front of home fans.
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  29. Re: Help With Deal(s) Thread...
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  30. Re: English Championship 106 - Transfer/Gossip thread Chewett Ends Up In Rehab Tranmere Rovers slumped to an unusual 3-0 defeat against relegation threatened QPR. Tranmere Gaffer Chewett, pictured, apparently went ''nuts, absolutly crazy'' in the changing room after the game, with striker Darren Bent baring the brunt of Chewett's notourious temper. Bent was the target pratice for Chewett's hobby, Golf. Bent was supposedly tied to the changing room door and bombarded with Chewett's sweet swing, which by the way is really something to be admired. Anyway, Chewett combined technique and speed to result Bent to crying for ''Mama Bent'' Chewett has booked into rehab for a few days to ''calm down'' read a club statement. Chewett in-forming Bent how many worthers originals it would take for another club to land him. Curiously Bent seems more intersted in the Worthers than the threat.
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  31. Re: English Championship 106 - Transfer/Gossip thread This week the sun brings you the biggest matches of Division 1,2,3 and 4 plus predictions for all the matches! Division 1 Southampton V Portsmouth Portsmouth travel to close rivals Southampton tonight. Southampton are currently in fifteenth place with 40 points, Portsmouth are in seventeenth with 33 points. Portsmouth will be looking to turn around a run of six defeats tonight, a win against their close rivals will lift the spirits of some fans and the three points will keep Portsmouth out of the relegation zone. Southampton have won their last two matches but Portsmouth could easily cause an upset. Prediction 2-1 Division 2 Aston Villa V Norwich This evening Aston Villa host Norwich City. Aston Villa are fifth with 50 points, Norwich are eighth with 48 points. Norwich have the chance to go fifth if they win tonight. Manager Tom Dodd's expectation was to reach the playoff's this year so he may succeed. Aston Villa can go fourth if they win tonight, will Villa reach second by the end of the season though? Prediction 3-1 Division 3 Doncaster V Notts County. Second Placed Doncaster entertain first placed Notts County tonight. Many have said that this match will decide who win the league so both County and Doncaster will be in the mood for three points. Notts County have won their last two and manager Nick Justice has done an incredible job since taking the job a few months ago. Doncaster have won their last three matches. Navin Legend (their manager) has done a good job of securing automatic promotion. Doncaster top scorer M'baye Laye will be the man to watch. Prediction 1-2 Division 4 Colchester United V Bristol City Both Colchester and Bristol are on 55 points so tonight's match is a fight for 3rd place. Colchester are fourth, Bristol are fifth so the match will be a heavy contest. Rotherham manager Andre Reid has done a good job at Rotherham (so far) and has been searching for a playoff place all season. Daniel Dragovic has made a hard working, strong side with little money. Overall both managers are top class. predicted Score 1-1 Tonight's Predictions: Division 1:- Everton 0-2 Sheffield United Burnley 0-0 Newcastle United Southampton 2-1 Portsmouth Wigan Athletic 1-3 Chelsea West Bromwich Albion 3-0 Sunderland West Ham United 1-2 Tottenham Hotspur Bolton Wanderers 0-2 Manchester City Wolverhampton Wanderers 1-2 Arsenal Coventry City 1-3 Darlington Manchester United 0-2 Blackburn Rovers Division 2:- Plymouth Argyle 1-2 Crystal Palace Carlisle United 0-1 Millwall Sheffield Wednesday 0-1 Charlton Athletic Preston North End 1-2 Stoke City Fulham 3-2 Watford Aston Villa 3-1 Norwich City Cheltenham Town 0-4 Liverpool Derby County 0-2 Leeds United Birmingham City 2-2 Huddersfield Town Middlesbrough 2-2 Cardiff City Division 3:- Leyton Orient 1-2 Bradford City Hull City 1-1 Bristol Rovers Oxford United 1-3 Leicester City Swansea City 1-0 Nottingham Forest Queens Park Rangers 0-1 Tranmere Rovers Gillingham 0-2 Crewe Alexandra Reading 2-1 Yeovil Town Barnsley 2-2 Port Vale Doncaster Rovers 1-2 Notts County Brighton and Hove Albion 2-0 Ipswich Town Division 4:- Wycombe Wanderers 1-2 Blackpool Northampton Town 0-1 Swindon Town Colchester United 1-1 Bristol City AFC Bournemouth 1-4 Walsall Southend United 0-3 Shorpe United Luton Town 2-2 Chesterfield Rushden & Diamonds 1-2 Hartlepool United Brentford 3-2 Grimsby Town Rochdale 2-0 Boston United Rotherham United 1-0 Peterborough United
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  32. Re: Dimitar BERBATOV + Darren FLETCHER for Andrei ARSHAVIN
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  33. Re: English Championship 106 - Transfer/Gossip thread Div 4 Latest Cun Backs Sutcliffe to Keep his Job. Cun jue Peh giving his view on England dissapointing Defeat in the Recent World Cup qualifiers After hearing the news that England has Failed to Qualify for the World cup.Walsall manager,Cun jue Peh,Whom have been queit in ages,decideds to come out and Surpport the Rochdale manager.
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  34. Re: Serie A - Analysis and Ratings Cagliari Marchetti - 87--->88 Lupatelli - 82--->81/82 Agostini - 87--->88/87 Pisano - 87--->87 Diego Lopez - 87--->87 Marzoratti - 86--->85/86 Canini - 86--->87 Astori - 78--->83/84 Biondini - 87--->88 Conti - 88--->88 Dessena - 87--->87/88 Barone - 87--->86 Brkljaca - 85--->84/83 Sivakov - 82--->81 Parola - 86--->85 Cossu - 87--->88 Lazzari - 85--->86 Jeda - 88--->88 Matri - 86--->87/88 Ragatzu - 74--->74 Nene - 88--->88 Larrivey - 85--->84/85
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  35. Re: EC 4761- The challenge to prove you are the best! Transfer/Gossip Thread Notts County beat Unmanaged Hereford United 5-0. My nomination for player of the week is Yannick Yenga. Scored two goals and got a ten rating. A £950,000 free agent signing from FC Tours in the French second division.
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  36. Re: The Official Tottenham Hotspur Thread
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  37. Phil (GT)

    Milan or Werder Bremen?

    Re: Milan or Werder Bremen? I'd stick with your Bremen. You have a good young squad with great potential for the future (Özil, Marin, Hunt, Hamsik), and are doing well with them, so why should you leave them for an old/ageing Milan, where 80% of the players' ratings are still benefitting from the '06 World Cup, and that literally has no depth. And assuming that it's a world championship, it'll be hard anyway to get many decent players with that 50m Milan have. I say stay loyal to your team.
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  38. Re: more than 3 clubs for basic accounts?
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  39. Ok, The Plan Is To Predict Risers From The Top 5 Teams In Big Leagues. +1 Risers. +2 Risers. +3 (Or More) Risers. Best Buys In Bold. Future Stars Underlined. First Of ... SPAIN Vieira Marcelo – LB/LB – 21 – Real Madrid - 90-->90/91. Lass Diarra - DM/CM - 24 - Real Madrid - 91-->92/93. Esteban Granero - AM/WING - 22 - Real Madrid - 87-->89. Victor Valdes - GK - 27 - Barcelona - 91-->92. Gerard Pique - CB/DM - 22 - Barcelona - 90-->92. Sergio Busquets - DM/CM - 21 - Barcelona - 88-->90. Rodriguez Pedro - WING/FWD - 22 - Barcelona - 83-->87/88. Didier Zakora - DM/DEF - 28 - Sevilla - 88-->90. Diego Perotti - WING/AM - 21 - Sevilla - 86-->89. Clemente Luis Fabiano - CF - 29 - Sevilla - 93-->93/94. Alvaro Negredo - CF - 24 - Sevilla - 90-->91. Dominguez Cesar Sanchez - GK - 38 - Valencia - 88-->89. Angel Dealbert - CB - 26 - Valencia - 85-->88. Dominguez Pablo Hernandez - RM/WING - 24 - Valencia - 88-->90/91. Ever Banega - CM/DM - 21 - Valencia - 88-->89/90. Juan Manuel Mata - WING/FWD - 21 - Valencia - 91-->92/93. Ivan Riki - FWD/WING - 29 - Deportivo - 87-->88. Antonio Juan Rodriguez - CM/DM - 27 - Deportivo - 88-->89. ENGLAND Branislav Ivanovic - RB/CB - 25 - Chelsea - 88-->89/90. John Obi Mikel - CM/DM - 22 - Chelsea - 91-->91/92. Nicolas Anelka - FWD - 30 - Chelsea - 92-->93. Ben Foster - GK - 26 - Man Utd - 87-->88/89. Pereira da Silva Fabio - LB/LM - 19 - Man Utd - 75-->80/81. Jonny Evans - CB/LB - 21 - Man Utd - 88-->89/90. Darren Fletcher - CM/RM - 25 - Man Utd - 90-->91/92. Antonio Valencia - WING - 24 - Man Utd - 89-->90/91. Danny Welbeck - FWD - 18 - Man Utd - 83-->85. Federico Macheda - CF - 18 - Man Utd - 80-->82. Vito Mannone - GK - 21 - Arsenal - 70-->78/79. Kieran Gibbs - LB/LM - 20 - Arsenal - 82-->84/85. Thomas Vermaelen - CB/LB - 24 - Arsenal - 88-->90/91. Abou Diaby - CM/LM - 23 - Arsenal - 88-->89. Pereira Neves Denilson - CM/RM - 21 - Arsenal - 89-->90. Aaron Ramsey - CM/RM - 18 - Arsenal - 84-->86/87. Jack Wilshere - AM - 17 - Arsenal - 80-->82. Alexandre Song - DM/CB - 22 - Arsenal - 88-->89/90. Robin Van Persie - FWD/WING - 26 - Arsenal - 93-->94. Nicklas Bendtner - CF - 21 - Arsenal - 88-->89. Benoit Assou-Ekotto - LB - 25 - Tottenham - 87-->88. Sebastien Bassong - CB/LB - 23 - Tottenham - 86-->87/88. Wilson Palacios - CM/DM - 25 - Tottenham - 88-->89. Aaron Lennon - WING - 22 - Tottenham - 89-->90/91. Jermaine Defoe - FWD - 27 - Tottenham - 90-->91/92. Brad Guzan - GK - 25 - Aston Villa - 84-->85/86. James Collins - CB - 26 - Aston Villa - 87-->88. Fabian Delph - CM/LM - 20 - Aston Villa - 80-->82/83. James Milner - WING - 23 - Aston Villa - 89-->90. I Am Going To Add Liverpool In As They Will Undoubtedly Finish In The Top 5, They Are Just On Some Bad Form At The Moment. Emiliano Insua - LB - 20 - Liverpool - 83-->87/88. Glen Johnson - RB - 25 - Liverpool - 89-->90/91. Leiva Lucas - CM/DM - 22 - Liverpool - 88-->89. Yossi Benayoun - RM/AM - 29 - Liverpool - 89-->90/91. Nabil El Zhar - WING/FWD - 23 - Liverpool - 83-->85/86. David N'Gog - CF - 20 - Liverpool - 84-->86/87. ITALY Walter Samuel - CB - 31 - Inter - 92-->93. Rene Krhin - CM - 19 - Inter - 75-->80. Diego Milito - CF - 30 - Inter - 93-->94. Thiago Motta - DM/CM - 27 - Inter - 88-->90. Paolo De Ceglie - LB/LM - 23 - Juventus - 89-->90. Felipe Melo - CM/DM - 26 - Juventus - 91-->92. Claudio Marchisio - CM/DM - 23 - Juventus - 89-->90/91. Nelson Dida - GK - 36 - AC Milan - 88-->89. Thiago Silva - CB - 25 - AC Milan - 89-->90/91. Alexandre Pato - FWD - 20 - AC Milan - 92-->93. Marius Stankevicius - RM/RB - 28 - Sampdoria - 87-->88. Daniele Mannini - WING - 26 - Sampdoria - 87-->88/89. Marco Padalino - RM - 25 - Sampdoria - 86-->87/88. Andrea Poli - CM/RM - 20 - Sampdoria - 82-->84. Fernando Tissone - CM/AM - 23 - Sampdoria - 87-->88. Reto Ziegler - LM/LB - 23 - Sampdoria - 86-->87/88. Antonio Cassano - FWD/AM - 27 - Sampdoria - 91-->92. Luciano Zauri - RB/LB - 31 - Sampdoria - 88-->89/90. Giampaolo Pazzini - CF - 25 - Sampdoria - 89-->90. Alessandro Lucarelli - CF - 34 - Parma - 86-->87/88. Daniele Galloppa - CM - 24 - Parma - 87-->88/89. Jonathan Biabiany - WING/FWD - 21 - Parma - 82-->84/85. Alberto Paloschi - FWD - 19 - Parma - 84-->86. PORTUGAL Anderson Luisao - CB - 28 - Benfica - 90-->91. Moreira David Luiz - CB/LB - 22 - Benfica - 87-->88/89. Francisco Javi Garcia - CM/DM - 22 - Benfica - 87-->88/89. Santos Ramires - CM/RM - 22 - Benfica - 89-->90/91. Pablo Aimar - AM/WING - 30 - Benfica - 90-->91. Angel Di Maria - WING/FWD - 21 - Benfica - 88-->89/90. Rene Oscar Cardozo - CF - 26 - Benfica - 90-->91. Javier Saviola - FWD - 27 - Benfica - 88-->89. Santos Weldon - CF - 29 - Benfica - 85-->86. Dos Reis Eduardo - GK - 27 - Sporting De Braga - 88-->89. Hugo Viana - CM/LM - 26 - Sporting De Braga - 85-->86. Louis Ángelo Pena - AM - 19 - Sporting De Braga - 82-->84. Bruno Alves - CB - 28 - Porto - 92-->93. Jorge Rolando - CB - 24 - Porto - 89-->90. Daniel Alvaro Pereira - LB/LM - 23 - Porto - 87-->89. Francisco Fernando - DM/CM - 22 - Porto - 89-->90. Raul Meireles - CM - 26 - Porto - 91-->92. Silvestre Varela - WING/FWD - 25 - Porto - 85-->87. Hulk - FWD - 23 - Porto - 88-->90. Radamel Falcao - FWD - 23 - Porto - 89-->90. Carlos Orlando Sa - CF - 21 - Porto - 82-->83/84. Rafik Halliche - CB/DM - 23 - Nacional - 84-->85/86. Ruben Micael - AM - 23 - Nacional - 84-->86. There Isn't Alot Of Risers From Maritimo, Therefore I Have Decided To Do Sporting Lisbon Instead. Pedro Rui Patricio - GK - 21 - Sporting Lisbon - 88-->89. Felipe Andre Marques - LB - 22 - Sporting Lisbon - 81-->84/85. Daniel Carrico - CB - 21 - Sporting Lisbon - 85-->87/88. Simon Vukcevic - LM/AM - 23 - Sporting Lisbon - 89-->90. RUSSIA Sergei Ryzhikov - GK - 29 - Rubin Kazan - 88-->89. Cesar Navas - CB - 29 - Rubin Kazan - 87-->88. Christian Noboa - CM/RM - 24 - Rubin Kazan - 87-->88. Alejandro Dominguez - FWD/AM - 29 - Rubin Kazan - 89-->90. Aleksandr Bukharov - FWD - 24 - Rubin Kazan - 86-->88. Raphael Alex - AM/LM - 27 - Spartak Moskva - 89-->90. Soares Welliton - FWD - 23 - Spartak Moskva - 89-->90. Pavel Yakovlev - FWD - 18 - Spartak Moskva - 75-->81/82. Dong-Jin Kim - LB - 27 - Zenit - 87-->88. Vladimir Bystrov - RM/WING - 25 - Zenit - 89-->90. Alvim Guiherme - GK - 23 - Lokomotiv Moskva - 80-->83/84. Renat Yanbaev - RB/LB - 25 - Lokomotiv Moskva - 88-->89. Oleg Kuzmin - LB/RB - 28 - Lokomotiv Moskva - 87-->88. Alan Gatagov - DM/DEF - 18 - Lokomotiv Moskva - 77-->81/82. Georgi Schennikov - LB - 18 - CSKA Moskva - 83-->85/86. Alan Dzagoev - AM/CM - 19 - CSKA Moskva - 88-->89. Tomas Necid - FWD - 20 - CSKA Moskva - 85-->86/87. SCOTLAND Neil Alexander - GK - 31 - Rangers - 85-->86. (Stayed At 85.) Steven Whittaker - RB/RM - 25 - Rangers - 86-->88. (Stayed At 86.) Madjid Bougherra - CB/DM - 27 - Rangers - 87-->88/89. (Stayed At 87.) John Fleck - WING/FWD - 18 - Rangers - 77->80/81. (Rose To 82.) Kenny Miller - FWD - 29 - Rangers - 86-->87. (Rose To 87.) Stephen Naismith - FWD/WING - 23 - Rangers - 85-->87. (Rose To 86.) Danny Wilson - CB - 17 - Rangers - 74-->78. (Rose To 78.) Daniel Fox - LB - 23 - Celtic - 84-->86/87. (Rose To 86.) Glenn Loovens - CB - 25 - Celtic - 85-->87/88. (Rose To 87.) Landry N'guemo - DM/CM - 24 - Celtic - 86-->87/88.(Rose To 87.) Patrick McCourt - WING - 25 - Celtic - 80-->82/83. (Rose To 82.) Niall McGinn - WING - 22 - Celtic - 80-->83/84. (Stayed At 80.) Graham Stack - GK - 28 - Hibs - 79-->82. (Rose To 80.) David Wotherspoon - WING/FWD - 19 - Hibs - 74-->80. (Rose To 79.) Andy Webster - CB - 27 - Dundee Utd - 80-->82/83. (Rose To 82.) Daniel Swanson - WING/AM - 22 - Dundee Utd - 79-->81/82. (Rose To 81.) David Goodwillie - CF - 20 - Dundee Utd - 76-->80. (Rose To 79.) Steven Saunders - RB/CB - 18 - Motherwell - 75-->80. (Rose To 80.) Chris Humphrey - WING - 22 - Motherwell - 72-->77/78. (Rose To 77.) Ross Forbes - CM/LM - 20 - Motherwell - 64-80/81/82. (Rose To 80.) GREECE Sotiris Ninis - RM/AM - 19 - Panathinaikos - 86-->87/88. Mattias Bjarsmyr - CB - 23 - Panathinaikos - 86-->87/88. Sebastián Leto - LM/WING - 23 - Panathinaikos - 87-->88. Stergos Marinos - RB/RM - 22 - Panathinaikos - 78-->81/82. Ante Rukavina - FWD - 23 - Panathinaikos - 85-->86/87. Kostas Mitroglou - CF - 21 - Olympiakos - 82-->84/85. Giorgos Galitsios - RB/CB - 23 - Olympiakos - 85-->86/87. Jaouad Zairi - WING/FWD - 27 - Olympiakos - 83-->85. Vasilis Koutsianikoulis - WING/AM - 21 - PAOK - 83-->85/86. Athanasios Papazoglou - FWD - 21 - PAOK - 77-->82. Adelino Vieirinha - WING/FWD - 23 - PAOK - 83-->84/85. Sanel Jahic - CB/DM - 27 - AEK Athens - 85-->86. Pereira Leonardo - AM/WING - 23 - AEK Athens - 83-->84/85. Krisztián Nemeth - FWD - 20 - AEK Athens - 81-84/85.
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