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    Re: Official Gold Championships Discussions Thread I would like to share with all, what was probably my biggest feat in SM as manager, worth of presence in Guinness Book of All Records.. occured in GC 124 with my Bradford City, as I ended the Div4 season with 38 league wins.. don't think someone has done it before.. The first team.. The youth team.. The starting eleven.. The Historic feat..
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    Re: Right now i'm listening to... SCNeVHv3Mlg
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    SOUTH AFRICA PSL/10-200K risers

    i was bored so had a look at leagues that havent been looked at for time, as i need risers for my Hayes team in EC 7660. Had a quick scout and found these gems. All are under 200K as i have no budget whatsoever and there are more above 200K but for those like me who need players on the cheap i have this beauty of a list... 30 league games played (possible minutes of 2700), season over so SA must get a review soon after season end. Bolded the best buys, rating followed by my prediction Cole Alexander - 10K - Ajax Cape Town on loan at Vasco Da Gama SA 1944mins - must buy! 24apps/21 starts 70-76/77 THIS SEASON: BACK AT CAPE TOWN, NOT PLAYING. 4 APPS, 1 START. 139 MINS -------------------------------------------------------------------------- Jurie Basie - 130K - Santos CT 1354 mins - 20apps/16 starts 73-78 THIS SEASON: 477 MINS 6 APPS OUT OF 10 (900MINS) -------------------------------------------------------------------------- George Maluleka - 200K - Ajax Cape Town 2116mins, 28apps/27 starts 73-79/80 THIS SEASON: STILL A KEY PLAYER AT CAPE TOWN, STARTED ALL 10 GAMES -------------------------------------------------------------------------- Thamsanqa Gabuza - 10K - Golden Arrows 964mins - 19apps,10 starts 67-75 THIS SEASON: IMPACT SUB, 8 APPS ALL OFF BENCH -------------------------------------------------------------------------- Thula Khuzwayo - 10K - Golden Arrows 810 mins - 9apps all starts - recently first choice GK 70-75 THIS SEASON: NO APPS. -------------------------------------------------------------------------- Msekeli Mvalo - 150K - Golden Arrows 586mins - 8 apps 7starts 73-75/76 THIS SEASON: 1 APP, 55 MINS. -------------------------------------------------------------------------- Tsweu Mokoro - 110K - Amazulu 1811 mins - 21apps all starts 73-76/77 THIS SEASON: 8 APPS, 6 STARTS - 549 MINS -------------------------------------------------------------------------- Lennox Bacela - plays for Bloemfontein Celtic in real life (at wrong club)- 120K 1127mins - 19apps , 6 goals in 13 starts 73-78 THIS SEASON: 701 MINS 9 APPS ALL STARTS, 2 GOALS -------------------------------------------------------------------------- Tshepo Motsoeneng - 50k - Santos CT 1772mins - 20 starts 72-77 THIS SEASON: 630 MINS 7 STARTS -------------------------------------------------------------------------- Ayaba Gcaba - 10K - Free State Stars 2039mins - 23 apps all starts - must buy 70-77 THIS SEASON: 417MINS 6APPS, 5 STARTS -------------------------------------------------------------------------- Posnett Omony - 140K - Vasco SA 2061mins - 23 apps, 1st choice keeper 73-76 THIS SEASON: MOVED TO BLACK LEOPARDS, 676MINS, 8 STARTS -------------------------------------------------------------------------- Lebo Ramolesa - 10K - plays for Platinum Stars 1116 mins, 19 apps/13 starts 3 goals 70-75/76 THIS SEASON: 427 MINS, 7 APPS, 6 STARTS -------------------------------------------------------------------------- Luvhengo Mungomeni - 170K - Mamelodi Sundowns 1150 mins, 13 apps 74-77 THIS SEASON: MOVED TO MOROKA SWALLOWS, 743MINS, 9 APPS -------------------------------------------------------------------------- Punch Masenamela - 50K - Kaizer Chiefs 1980 mins - 22apps all starts - must buy 72-78/79 THIS SEASON: MOVED TO SUNDOWNS, 708 MINS, 8 APPS -------------------------------------------------------------------------- Oupa Manyisa - 50K - Orlando Pirates 1658mins - 20apps/18 starts - must buy 72-79/80 THIS SEASON: PLAYED EVERY MINUTE. 10 APPS. -------------------------------------------------------------------------- Rueben Thebakang - 70K - Platinum Stars 1568 mins - 18apps all starts 72-76/77 THIS SEASON: 619MINS, 8 APPS, 7 STARTS -------------------------------------------------------------------------- Kulegani Magnificent MADONDO - Maritzburg Utd - 10K (quality name) 1372 mins, 19apps/14 starts 70-76 THIS SEASON: 545MINS, 7 APPS, 6 STARTS -------------------------------------------------------------------------- bit over 200k, check Aidan Jenniker - Vasco SA - 2220mins,25apps/22 starts 74-78 THIS SEASON: BACK AT AJAX CAPE TOWN, 664MINS, 8 APPS. -------------------------------------------------------------------------- Zairon van Beulen - Santos CT - 1371 mins,19 apps/16 starts 74-78 THIS SEASON: 630 MINS, 7 APPS. --------------------------------------------------------------------------
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    Barcelona are unquestionably one of the greatest footballing sides, ever. It’s so fascinating to see them dominating games in such a manner, that even the opposition at times just stands to admire their excellence. Their style of play, which is drilled in to the brains of the La Masia cadets at a young age, is at times unplayable. No team is capable of portraying themselves on the field, like how the modern Barca do, and virtually every opponent is brushed aside. It’s no surprise they have achieved so much in the last 6 years, beating great sides along their way in retaining the prestigious Champions League in 2006 and 2009 respectively. Of course, Barcelona are not the only great Spanish side, their fiercest rivals Real Madrid deserve a mention with their grand history. At the start of the 2009/10 season, not for the first time, Madrid signed the best talent throughout the world available, firstly Kaka joined the Los Blancos, and a week later, Cristiano Ronaldo joined in a record breaking, 80 million pound deal which was enough to take the superstar over to Madrid. Despite racking up a record breaking 96 points, Madrid still found themselves 3 points behind Barcelona at the top of the table. So Madrid had the talent, so what was missing? Enter the ‘Special One’. After leading Inter to a treble, which included the Champions League, Jose Mourino felt it was time to move on to a new challenge, and joined up with a club who is starved of European success. Although Madrid still spent a fair bit in the market, it looked as though the ‘Galactico’s’ era was over, as Angel Di Maria, Sami Khedira and Mesut Ozil were brought in to the club. While being talented players, it was certainly a step down from the signing’s of the Likes of Kaka and Ronaldo. Already we were seeing a different approach from Real Madrid. The much awaited El Clasico, the first of many in this season took place on the Novemeber 30th 2010, and like many of Barcelona’s opponents, Real Madrid were discombobulated by Barcelona, the Catalan giants trounced ‘The Whites’ by 5 goals to nil, hardly a result Mourinho and co were expecting. Apart from a few major upsets, a team to beat Barcelona in the last few years has become a rare commodity. Even more uncommon is that you will hardly ever see a team have more possession than Barcelona. Alex Ferguson, after his side’s defeat at the hands of Barcelona in 2009 went on to say after the match ‘Xavi and Iniesta are capable of holding on to the ball all night’. Every season we are guaranteed atleast two El Clasico’s every season, and five months after their mauling in the Nou Camp, Madrid faced Barcelona for the second time in the league. When you look at the team sheets from the matches, there’s not much of a difference in the two lineups, yet a much different scoreline this time. 1-1 the match finished, in a fairly even game. Four days later, and the two Spanish giants met for the third time in one season, this time in the Copa del Rey final. Again, similar lineups, again Barcelona unexpectedly dominated in possession, yet it was a much different scoreline. Albeit it took Madrid extra time, they managed to come out on top in a 1-0 win against the mighty Barcelona. So how exactly did Madrid manage to beat Barcelona, only a few months after they were embarrassed by the same side? Step in three ‘Defensive Midfielders’. Pepe, primarily being a centre half, was used in midfield, his place was then taken up by Sergio Ramos, and Alvaro Arbeloa came in at right back. The brilliant Portugese, along with Khedira and Alonso ran tirelessly throughout the whole of the match, and didn’t give Xavi and Iniesta time on the ball which they are so much used to. It may sound something very simple, but we all know a car is nothing without its engine. The standout player from the Copa Del Ray tie has to be the immaculate Portugese. No not Ronaldo, but Pepe. The dynamic defender/midfielder was vital in destroying Barca’s play, and providing support to his fellow country man Ronaldo. Along with his two partners in crime(Khedira and Alonso) the triplet gave their all in not giving the Barca’s attackers opportunities to break the Madrid defence, and more importantly deprived Xavi and Iniesta time on the ball. The brilliant Ronaldo was used a lone striker up front as Di Maria and Ozil played of him. Barcelona still dominated in possession, but the difference was because of the three defensive midfielder’s deployed by Mourinho. The Barcelona midfield had less time to play their inch perfect passes near the opposition’s penalty area. Barcelona did however have chances to take the lead, and they also had a brilliant goal disallowed, albeit correctly, Pedro was marginally off side. Real Madrid played fantastically on the counter, Di Maria and Ozil always prepared to attack the Barca defence from the wide positions, and Marcelo also got forward at every opportunity given. On to the winning goal then, unsurprisingly coming from a lightning quick counter attack by Real Madrid. Iniesta and Messi caught in possession as a result of Alonso and Khedira biting in to the tackles, the ball gets played out wide to Marcelo who interchanges passes with Di Maria, and the Argentine swings the ball in first time, aplomb on Ronaldo’s head, and the striker redirects the ball in to the far corner of the net. All in the space of 11 seconds. What Barcelona really missed was a focal point up front. Someone to hold the ball up to bring others in to play. As much as Villa is a world class striker, he does not posses the physical prowess to hold of defender’s and brig other’s in to play. In the closing stages, Barcelona threw Pique forward to compete in the penalty area, but it was too late. Madrid had the luxury of taking of Ozil, and replacing him Adebayor, who did just what Villa was not able to do. It was a pretty even game, Madrid dominating the first half, and Barca doing the same in the second period. It was however a brilliant performance by the Madrid team, but lets not forget the mastermind, the ‘Phenomenon’ behind this win, Jose Mourinho. Without him, this win was not possible. Casillas celebrating a rare victory over their counterparts. Real Madrid will certainly savour this victory, but they know that a double header awaits them against their biggest rival in the Champions League semi finals. Finally Madrid have a system with which they are able to compete against Barcelona, and more importantly know they can beat them. It just gives us all another reason to watch the semi finals, and for the first time in a long time, we can go in to a game and assure ourselves that Barcelona’s opponents have the artillery required to beat the Catalan giants. Is it too early to say Barcelona have met their match?
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    Scottish Premier League Predictions

    Once again, all these predictions are based on stats alone (save the odd Celtic/Rangers player). This is the 'biggest' league I've done so far, so take up these predictions at your own risk, perhaps doing a little research yourself to confirm my conclusions is a good idea, since I don't know everything. Risers only. Rangers *Jamie Ness - 75 >>> 78* 78 *Kyle Hutton - 75 >>> 78/77* 75 - Credit to Arfon for the reminder Gregg Wylde - 75 >>> 78/77 78 Richard Foster - 83 >>> 84/85 83 Maurice Edu - 86 >>> 87/86 86 Nikica Jelavic - 86 >>> 87 86 Steven Naismith - 87 >>> 88/87 87 Celtic *Thomas Rogne - 80 >>> 83* 82 James Forrest - 80 >>> 83/82 82 *Kris Commons - 82 >>> 85* 84 Charlie Mulgrew - 83 >>> 85 85 *Emilio Izaguirre - 83 >>> 86/85* 86 Fraser Forster - 85 >>> 87/86 85 Gary Hooper - 85 >>> 87 86 Beram Kayal - 86 >>> 87/88 86 - Credit to Over and Over Hearts Ryan Stevenson - 80 >>> 82/83 81 *David Templeton - 80 >>> 83* 82 Stephen Elliott - 80 >>> 82/83 81 Marian Kello - 83 >>> 84/85 83 Ismael Bouzid - 83 >>> 84/85 83 Dundee United *Barry Douglas - 75 >>> 80* 78 () *Keith Watson - 78 >>> 82/81* 80 - Credit to Glenn Hysen Johnny Russell - 77 >>> 80/81 80 David Robertson - 81 >>> 83 82 Sean Dillon - 83 >>> 84/85 83 *David Goodwillie - 84 >>> 86/85* 85 Kilmarnock Anssi Jaakkola - 75 >>> 78 77 *Mohamadou Sissoko 78 >>> 82/81* 80 *Liam Kelly - 80 >>> 83/82* 82 Jamie Hammil - 81 >>> 83 82 Manuel Pascali - 81 >>> 82/83 81 Cameron Bell - 82 >>> 84 82 Motherwell *Shaun Hutchinson - 76 >>> 80* 78 Darren Randolph - 80 >>> 83/82 81 Chris Humphrey 81 >>> 83/82 82 Steve Jennings - 82 >>> 84/83 82 Inverness CT Gavin Morrison - 73 >>> 75 75 Shane Sutherland - 73 >>> 76 76 *Graeme Shinnie - 75 >>> 80/78/79* 78 *Nick Ross - 77 >>> 81/82* 80 Ross Tokely 78 >>> 81/80 80 Eric Odihambo - 78 >>> 80 78 Lee Cox - 78 >>> 80 Hibernian David Stephens - 72 >>> 75 75 *Callum Booth - 75 >>> 78* 78 Richie Towell - 75 >>> 77 78 Daniel Galbraith - 77 >>> 79/80 78 Mark Brown - 80 >>> 82/83 81 Paul Hanlon - 82 >>> 84/83 82 St Johnstone Stevie May - 75 >>> 77 76 Cleveland Taylor - 77 >>> 80/79 78 Steven Anderson - 78 >>> 80 79 Sam Parkin - 78 >>> 80 78 Aberdeen Clark Robertson - 75 >>> 77 75 *Robert Milsom - 75 >>> 80/79* 77 *Ryan Jack - 75 >>> 80/78/79* 78 Rory McArdle - 77 >>> 80/79 79 Josh Magennis - 77 >>> 79/80 78 - Credit to Biffy Clark *Scott Vernon - 78 >>> 81* 79 Chris Maguire - 82 >>> 83/82 83 St Mirren Kenny Mclean - 75 >>> 77/78 76 Sean Lynch - 75 >>> 78 76 Marc McAusland - 77 >>> 79/80 78 Darren McGregor - 77 >>> 80 78 Jule Travner - 78 >>> 81/80 78 Hamilton Academical *Alistair Crawford - 70 >>> 75/76/77* 75 Tom Elliott - 73 >>> 75 73 Andy Graham - 75 >>> 78/79 77 Mark Carrington - 75 >>> 77 76 *Nigel Hasselbaink - 76 >>> 78/79* 78 David Buchanan - 77 >>> 79/80 78 Jon Routledge - 77 >>> 79/80 78 Any constructive criticism is welcome.
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    Unmanaged club AI

    unmanaged clubs should be less predictable and easy to get good players off. with a real manager if you bid 30 million for pato, whose CV was 29 million it would get rejected straight away. with an AI it is not the case, i think there should be a hidden amount that unmanaged clubs will accept for best players. eg torres CV is 30 million , you say instead of my idea why not just raise the CV? well that would throw off trades for players between external and managed clubs. my idea is this: lets say liverpool become unmanaged. reina is available and his CV is 25 million. a hidden amount that varies on the money the unmanaged club has, other players available in the squad or even who is available as a replacement / transfer listed could affect the hidden miniumum amount. an increase to about 33-35 million would be more than reasonable. however if meireles was at that club and his CV was 14 million, a smaller increase to 16 million could be possible and he is still one of their best players, but to a lesser degree. a player like lucas would just accept any bid. only the top players at teams would have this inflation. it would stop unmanaged clubs becoming so useless and make the game more realistic. you cant just go straight to unmanaged clubs and get all the 89/90 rated players. have to use some intelligence too. would take some getting used too, but i think it would be a lot more realistic and worthwhile all feedback welcome !
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    Help With Deal(s) Thread...

    Re: Help With Deal(s) Thread... I'd do the last deal. Di Natale and Chamakh would be brilliant, and you could just P/E Chamakh once his TB is up.
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    Re: Help With Deal(s) Thread... I'd probably do that second one.
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    Re: New Premiership Ratings By MaoaM 2010/11 FACT: Chelsea could have bought 294,117,647 freddo chocolate bars instead of Fernando Torres Think The Freddo's Could Score More Goals Than Him
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    New Premiership Ratings By MaoaM 2010/11

    Re: New Premiership Ratings By MaoaM 2010/11
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    YouTube Videos

    Re: YouTube Videos Heres the goal n.100 made by the 38yo GK Rogerio Ceni, it happened less than a month ago. How this keeper does it everytime its really amazing, ofc he is the first and only goalkeeper to ever have scored 100 goals, actually i think the 2nd best GK scorer, scored 3 times less goals that Ceni did. I doubt anytime soon we will see a keeper surpassing Rogerio Ceni, as it looks like he doesnt wanna stop at 100!!! 0Gl-Uo-Kx-I&feature=related
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    Re: Right now i'm listening to... ADarLbF7Nsk
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    Re: Out of these countries, which would you recommend to go on holiday to? The places in Bold are the places I have been to: My favourite one was Florida, but this was due to me being a little kid when I went so I liked all the childish attractions there, so I would say this was for younger people. Spain: Always enjoyed it when I went to spain you could even time your trip and go and watch Barca or Madrid. But I think it depends on whereabouts you go there. Mexico- I went there last year and I didn't really like it, I went near the end of the holiday season so there wasn't many people there and it rained a lot also and some days it was cold. However as you are on a gap year I think it would be good as it is more for young people 18+. Turkey- Can't remember much of it but I didn't really like it there but I did go aorund 5/6 years ago.
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    Re: EC Anno Domini - General Discussion, Banter etc Tramere win 2-0 at home to Plymouth quite lucky looking at the stats but who cares im a Torquay fan hate plymouth
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    |.CFC Request Thread |

    Titulli: Re: |.CFC- PIADS| |Angus.Taylor Renders| Request Thread
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    Re: English Championship 5579 -Match Report/Transfer Gossip Thread Yossi on his way to Sheffield Yossi Benayoun at leaving press conference Israel international Yossi Benayoun this afternoon comfirmered the rumors that he is set to leave Bolton Wanderers after just over 3 seasons at the club. The winger was one of manager Ashley Duffy's first captures back at the start of season one for a fee of £5,200,000 from Liverpool and even with decline throughout his short time at the reebok Yossi managed to rack up nearly 62 first team appearances scoring 12 goals and producing 14 assisting and delivering 2 man of the match performances. However due to a number of good performances from the other wingers within the squad , Benayoun has failed to make a first team appearance this season and with him seemingly out of Duffys plans the time was right to start afresh somewhere different. Yossi is now set to join Sheffield United in an already confirmed £7,000,000 with manager Brian Sandals after him and Duffy had negotiated for some time. The creative midfielder is set to become one of the top earners in the squad and one of there most influential players. Bruno Cesar is now expected my many football pundits to step up and become the 4th choice winger for the Wanderers squad , with the money from the deal looking to be involved in improving a different area of the team or buying a new youth squad for the Wanderers team to look forward to. It is also Rumored that talks for the departures of Cavani , Huntelaar and Pienaar have been made over the last few hours but nothing concrete has said to have been offered as of yet. A unnamed winger and centre forward have also been enquirer into with a potential deal on the cards for the winger.
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    Unmanaged club AI

    Re: unmanaged club transfer intelligence. Isn't a players value at unmanaged or external clubs already affected by how many players can play in that position? I like the idea, but I think having hidden values could get too complex. Certainly let more factors affect the player's value, but having hidden values could result in guesswork when it comes to bidding, and it would be incredibly annoying to bid, wait 24 hours for a response, then have it rejected with no clue as to how far out you were with your offer.
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    Re: EC 7046 - Hull City Rise To the top Hull City Run In To The End Of The Season Vs Bristol City (1) Vs Doncaster Rovers (14) Vs Reading (19) Vs Swansea (7) Vs Plymouth (13) Vs Aston Villa (18)
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    Maz 2010

    Unmanaged club AI

    Re: unmanaged club transfer intelligence. You know what, that's a great idea would make the game more realistic as you have mentioned. Hope its something they introduce later on ( I have to buy a 91 rated player at unmanaged first) :D
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    This ever happened to anyone else?

    Re: This ever happened to anyone else? Yeah, I think it would be a lot more like real life, like SM tries to be
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    Help With Deal(s) Thread...

    Re: Help With Deal(s) Thread... I'd the David Silva and Mirko one.Torres isn't just what he was in Liverpool and Silva has been great for Man C.+ Vucinic should hold his rating for some time.Really like Silva due to his work rate, vision and passing and I would say, that 94 could be on the cards,if not in this rating then the other.
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    Re: Available Teams, No Job Offers! (GC Teams Only!) Catania...GC 111...199m value. @ cristianobalotelli - I believe I post only teams that will actually interest other forum members. If you disagree, please let me know what you would like to be different. However, I will not argue with you as clearly you are not open to a conversation to make this forum better. Please only respond to my posts after you have grown up enough to no longer wear diapers. Thank you. @ Mr. Adamski - Sir, will you please follow through with your previous post and remove any posts that do not have an available team listed? It would certainly help to remove some of cristianobalottelli's all too common vitriol. Thank you.
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    Help With Deal(s) Thread...

    Re: Help With Deal(s) Thread... yes, pedro is a starter for barca, that's very good for him and he will rise a lot. BUT i have to say that i like more benzema. however, you should go for pedro.
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    Help With Deal(s) Thread...

    Re: Help With Deal(s) Thread...
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    Re: EC Anno Domini - General Discussion, Banter etc Looking for a nice birthday present tonight with a win over the Baggies
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    GC 119 Real Betis Road To Glory

    Re: GC 119 Real Betis Road To Glory Betis 1 - 1 Almería R. Lukaku (50) Expectations were high for Betis in the opening match of the season, however they looked lethargic and off the pace as Almería dominated the first half. Their domination was rewarded when Ortiz gave them a deserved lead just before half time. Betis were clearly given the hairdryer treatment at half time as they started the second half with a bang. Lukaku immediately scored the equaliser with a stunning volley and should have scored shortly after to give them a lead. Betis piled on the pressure but Almería defended stubbornly and the match ended in a draw which in the end was probably the right result. Numancia 1 - 4 Betis J. Briand (24) Neymar (37, 40) R. Lukaku (75) Betis were determined to put the disappointment of the first match behind them and they put on an exhilarating show of free flowing attacking football to breeze past their next opponents. Betis went with a 3 pronged attack with Briand, Neymar and Lukaku all starting and it paid off big time. Neymar slid Briand through for the first goal in the 24th minute, Neymar then linked up brilliantly with Lukaku to score the second goal. And just before half time Neymar scored again as he jinked past all comers and scored a wonder goal. Betis took their foot of the pedal slightly in the second half, though Lukaku did make it 4 with a bullet header. Briand picked up a dubious red card late on and Numancia scored a consolation goal to slightly dampen the evening but all in all there were smiles all round for Betis. Málaga 1 - 3 Betis B. Wesley (12) V. Ruiz (50) R. Lukaku (68) Betis made only one change from the team that emphatically won the last match, with James Rodriguez in for the suspended Briand. They soon picked up how they had left off as they attacked Málaga from the off. After 12 minutes Wesley grabbed his first goal for the club, with a simple tap in from a yard out following some great work from Rodriguez. Victor Ruiz made it 2-0 with a header from a corner and Lukaku sealed the win in the second half. Worryingly though Betis failed to keep a clean sheet as Málaga grabbed a late consolation. Betis 1 - 0 Deportivo Rakytskiy (42) With Betis firing on all cylinders away from home, their home form was still up for debate and they faced a tricky test against the only team to have done the double over them last season. Betis changed their tactics to frustrate their opponents and hit on the counter, and they worked brilliantly. Depor only managed one shot on Betis' goal the whole match, a long range effort from Pazzini which Marchetti comfortably saved and set Betis on the counter to score the only goal of the match. A quick break involving Herrera, Neymar and Lukaku was eventually converted by Rakytskiy who had the simplest of finishes to score his first goal for the club. Betis currently sit joint top of La Liga with the champions Barcelona.
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    This ever happened to anyone else?

    Re: This ever happened to anyone else?
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    Help With Deal(s) Thread...

    Re: Help With Deal(s) Thread... abidicus, maxwell is better than riise so try to get another player or only money. if money is important in your GW then it's a good deal. hummels probably will leave to a big club, but if dortmund continue like this, he won't have problem to rise even if he stays. terry is 30 and chelsea haven't done great this season, but don't forget terry is also a 94! so for now it's better to have terry, but in a couple of years hummels will be better by far.
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    Lordy -RBA-

    Chiellini worth 30.5 mil?

    Re: Chiellini worth 30.5 mil? Yes. Also probably has the best Picture in the game
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    English Championship 1

    Re: English Championship 1 The Hull manager has taken a turn for the worse after trying to negotiate too many deals at once kJBKyTfCjCc
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    Re: Afriyle Acquah (Ghanian at Palermo) Acquah played a full 90 minutes in the Coppa Italia against AC Milan in the first leg 2-2 draw. That is 258 minutes in the league and 90 minutes in the cup so far. At 75 rated the guy is a steal as he looks to be improving with every game and if things keep going like this he will get a healthy rise.
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    Magic J

    Official Tottenham Hotspur Thread

    Re: The Official Tottenham Hotspur Thread Wilshere >> Bale.
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    Re: Official Spanish La Liga Discussion Thread
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