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    Re: English Championship 231990 - Discussion Thread Listen up Guys For some reason SM is not allowing me to send out a global PM to everyone so here goes! The original owner of this GW, Joe Robinson quit his team and quit the setup thus opening up the GW into nothing more than a public GW. From what has already happened and occured in this GW i do believe that this GW could be one of the best GW's in SM. So, i've taken the bull by it's horns and i have bought the ownership of this GW. As of 2.24pm this afternoon i now own this GW. The first change i've made is to revert the GW back to a private application. I'll be damned if i'm allowing any old arse and idoit into this setup. I've been around for many years and i have a good knowledge of who is who, who are the good and respectful guys and who are the idoits. I will try and keep the idoits out as best i can. So, on that logic i'm not sure whether or not to raise the entry to having a rep of 70+, maybe a 100?. As for the setup right now. The GW is 77 out of 80 teams full (96.25%) full. Brentford and Yeovil are unmanaged and are open to be taken over (Any guys know of anyone willing to take them on, point them in my direction) Chesterfield are on offer to Dan Griffin(149) Fire any ideas you have at me, you can get me on here - Moodymark I manage Southampton in this GW - PM me if needed. Cheers and good luck guys Regards Mark
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    Frozy

    Lithuanian 'A Lyga' Risers

    FK Ekranas • Emilijus Zubas 77 > 82/83 • Mantas Samusiovas 80 > 82 • Ignas Dedura 78 > 81/82 • Vytautas Luksa 78 > 81/82 • Aurimas Kucys 79 > 82 • Giedrius Tomkevicius 80 > 82 • Yani Urdinov 75 > 80 • Aurimas Vertelis 76 > 81/82 • Marko Andjelkovic 75 > 80 • Vitalijus Kavaliauskas 82 - 82 • Uchenna Umeh 75 > 78 • Egidijus Varnas 80 - 80 • Dainius Gleveckas 82 > 80 • Arsenij Buinickij 78 > 82/83 • Adama Fofana 75 > 77 • Zilvinas Kymantas 75 > 77 • Arnas Ribokas 75 > 76 • Tadas Markevicius 76 - 76 • Edvinas Girdvainis 75 - 75 • Dovydas Norvilas 72 > 75 • Tadas Kauneckas 70 > 75 • Andrius Arlauskas 78 > 75 • Rytis Pilotas 70 > 73 • Rokas Stanulevicius 70 > 72/73 VMFD Zalgiris • Calum Elliot 80 > 83 • Georgas Freidgeimas 76 > 82 • Mantas Kuklys 78 > 82/83 • Luka Peric 77 > 82 • Algis Jankauskas 82 -82 • Vaidas Silenas 76 > 81/82 • Egidijus Vaitkunas 74 > 82 • Andrey Nagumanov 77 > 80 • Tomislav Pek 77 > 81/82 • Pavel Komolov 78 > 80/81 • Armantas Vitkauskas 78 > 80 • Marius Rapalis 79 - 79 • Andrius Skerla 83 > 82 • Paulius Janusauskas 75 > 78 • Ramunas Radavicius 80 > 82 • Kamil Bilinski 77 > 80 • Raimondas Vileniskis 77 - 77 • Karolis Urbaitis 77 - 77 • Andro Svrljuga 80 - 80 • Povilas Krasnovskis 74 > 75 • Arminas Vaskela 75 - 75 • Jaunius Juozaitis 75 - 75 FK Suduva • Vaidas Slavickas 81 > 82 • Segiy Loginov 76 > 82 • Valdemar Borovskij 78 > 82 • Nerijus Radzius 80 > 81 • Marius Soblinskas 76 > 81/82 • Povilas Leimonas 79 > 80 • Andrius Urbsys 79 > 80 • Rafael Ledesma 83 - 83 • Karolis Chvedukas 75 > 80 • Povilas Luksys 83 > 82 • Tadas Eliosius 76 > 81/82 • Ricardas Beniusis 80 - 80 • Dziugas Bartkus 76 > 80 • Pavels Davidovs 78 > 80 • Martynas Matuzas 75 > 78 • Robertas Freidgeimas 75 > 78 • Valentin Baranovskij 75 - 77/78 • Gytis Urba 73 - 75 • Audrius Brokas 75 - 75 FK Kruoja • Konstantyn Matsion 76 > 81/82 • Maris Eltermanis 78 > 81/82 • Irmantas Zelmikas 81 - 81 • Donatas Petrauskas 76 > 81 • Arturas Zulpa 70 > 81/82 • Alfredas Skroblas 82 - 82 • Ernestas Veliulis 75 > 81 • Serhiy Zyhalov 60 > 82 • Valdas Pocevicius 76 > 80 • Tomas Miklinevicius 78 > 80 • Valerijs Cistjakovs 76 > 78 • Gvidas Juska 77 > 78 • Giedrius Slavickas 78 - 78 • Linas Savastas 75 > 76/77 • Karolis Jarmalavicius 76 -76 • Nerijus Maciulis 75 - 75 • Valdas Trakys 78 > 77/76 • Arvydas Veikutis 74 > 75 • Giedrius Kvedaras 75 - 75 • Donatas Strockis 75 > 70 FK Siauliai • Andrius Bartkus 77 > 81 • Deividas Lunskis 77 > 80 • Santiago Cesanelli 76 > 82 • Igors Kozlovs 78 > 82 • Robertas Vezevicius 77 > 82 • Intars Kirhners 77 > 80 • Arturas Rimkevicius 79 > 83/84 • Gomes Juvenal 76 > 79/80 • Laurynas Rimavicius 80 - 80 • Ernestas Pilypas 70 > 80 • Mindaugas Malinauskas 78 - 78 • Tautvydas Eliosius 75 > 78 • Tomas Birskys 73 > 78 • Sarunas Jurevicius 76 > 77 • Leonid Mushnikov 74 > 76/77 • Paulius Pocius 73 > 75 • Klimas Gusocenko 67 > 75 • Rokas Urbelis 70 > 75 • Petru Hvorostianov 75 - 75 • Tomas Snapkauskas 75 - 75 • Arturas Jersovas 73 > 75 • Edvinas Jasaitis 75 - 75 • Lukas Sendzikas 74 > 75 FK Banga • Vitali Myrnyi 72 > 80 • Nika Mgeladze 77 > 80 • Mikas Kura 77 > 80 • Deividas Padaigis 75 > 80 • Aurelijus Staponka 77 > 80/81 • Evaldas Grigaitis 78 - 78 • Andrius Joksas 78 - 78 • Aleksandras Ivanauskas 76 > 77 • Serge Tafietang 76 > 77 • Mantas Gudauskas 73 > 77 • Roman Masiuk 76 > 77 • Giorgi Nikabadze 76 > 78 • Tarlazis Mandinho 74 > 76 • Zilvinas Banys 79 > 77/76 • Giorgi Alaverdashvili 73 > 75 • Mindaugas Bitinas 70 > 75 • Rokas Borusas 72 > 74/75 • Andrius Marcinkevicius 72 - 72 FK Dainava • Aivaras Brazinskas 75 > 77/78 • Lukas Baranauskas 70 > 74 • Marius Miskinis 75 - 75 • Povilas Gavenas 70 > 72 FK Tauras • Tomas Rimas 77 > 78/79 • Tomas Sirevicius 76 > 78/79 • Vladas Petkevicius 74 > 79/80 • Tomas Vysniauskas 70 > 77/78 • Lukas Martisauskis 76 > 77 • Marius Kizys 78 - 78 • Egidijus Auryla 70 > 75 • Mantvydas Eiza 70 > 75 • Simonas Babilius 70 > 75 • Lukas Bielskis 72 - 72 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- Top Scorers 1 Arturas Rimkevicius (27 goals/22 games) 2 Arsenij Buinickij (16 goals/25 games) 3 Calum Elliot (16 goals/27 games)
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    This kind of risers are really useful for those clubs with really low budget, that wanna earn some easy money. 75 is now the new minimum rating for some kind of leagues, so players who played not a lot of minutes probably raise till 75. Unfortunately, we all know that SM don't review at all some national leagues, so you can't earn any profit buying peruvian or southafrican players. If you bought in 2009 Ricardo Ardiles, waiting for his raise, till now you'd paid him 620k of wages and his rating is still 70. My advice is: go for players from those countries SM is going to review periodically, and buy players from "exotic" countries only if SM announce those reviews. I'm beginning with countries whose rating review has been already announced by SM, and then Holland and Portugal, probably the next two. I wanna say thank you to Gizb, Bierzo and other guys from spanish forum, as a lot of those players have been already mentioned there, is pretty accurate but doesn't have a lot of visibility, so I hope it's useful for english forumers too Dark Green: possible risers. Light Green: secure risers. Silver: Pñayers with slightly chances to rise Dark red: already risen BLACK - NEW ADDITIONS Turkey - Süper Lig DERICI, Okan 60 Alim ÖZTÜRK 71>75 77 Greece - Super league GIANNITSIS, Michalis 73>78 SPYROPOULOS, Panagiotis 73>80 78 GIAKOUMAKIS, Giorgos 74>75 PANTIDOS, Nikolaos 74>77 77 DAMARLIS, Erotokritos 74>77 PAVLIDIS, Charalabos 74>75 MUNAFO, Juan 73>78 80 POL, Francisco 74>75 ADILOVIC, Adi 74>77 75 Belgium - Jupiler Pro League KOSE, Bahattin 70 Sheldon BATEAU 73>80 80 KARAHMET, Senad 74>75 Baptiste ULENS 70>76 77 Netherlands - Eredivisie HERMANNSSON, Hjörtur 74>75 LUMU, Jeroen 60>76 78 DIJKS, Mitchell 60>77 77 JOACHIM, Aurélien 72>75 82 PETERS, Cas 72>75 BOUMA, Thijs 72>74 Cedric BADJECK 73>76 Portugal - Superliga D'ONOFRIO, Francois 72>77 78 DUARTE, Duarte 74>76 77 GONCALO, José 73>78 SOUZA, Filipe 74>80 78 Mario MATOS 74>75 Jean-Michel SERI 71>75 76 Cyprus - 1.Division THEOFANOUS, Dimitris 72>76 FANI, Michalis 72>75 ECONOMOU, Demetris 73>75 DEMETRIOU, Stelios 73>76 MODESTOU, Christos 73>74 THEODOROU, Zacharias 72>76 FELGATE, Michael 73>76 Brazil - Serie A Jean MOSER 73>74 76 JUNIOR, Wilson 73>74 LUSMAR, Júnior 74>75 Argentina - Primera División CHURIN, Diego 74>76 76 JANSON, Lucas 73>75 77 VALLE, Jonathan 60>75 75 Uruguay - Primera División Paraguay - División Profesional Chile - Primera División FERNANDEZ, Ronnie 73>75 77 LATORRE, Claudio 73>76 76 VALENCIA, Leonardo 72>75 78 Oscar HERNANDEZ 70>77 76 CABRERA, Luis 74>75 Ecuador - Primera A COROZO, Eddy 60>75 78 COLOMBIA - Primera A URIBE, Víctor 74>76 Mexico - Primera División GALVAN, Martín 73>75 United States - Major League Soccer KRONBERG, Eric 73>76 Jerome MECHACK 72>75 (92)
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    YBR - Young Brazilian Risers What YBR will offer ? The proposal of YBR is to share with every manager knowledge about new talents of Brazilian football, transfers, information, statistics and everything that you want to know about Brazilian football. The YBR thread is made mainly to show the future predictions for rating changes, but any forumer must ask anything about the brazilian football, known as a home of soccer "magicians". Every week the predictions may be updated depending in the requirement of this, we want to make this thread an active place to share everything with each other, if you want to know a current form of a player, you would ask, if you want to know a rumour of a transfer, you would ask. Every week as well I'll post a weekly post called "Brazilianess" showing the young player of the week here in Brasileirão (Brazilian Serie A). Let's start it right now, enjoy it and make it better. In alphabetic order: Atlético Goianiense (Current Place - 20th) Reniê (CB - 23 years old) 82 - 84 Eron (LB/LM - 20 years old) 78 - 82 Diogo Campos (CF - 21 years old) 77 - 80 Atlético Mineiro (Current Place - 2nd) Marcos Rocha (RB/RM - 23 years old) 82 - 85/86 Bernard (AM/WING - 20 years old) 83 - 86/87 Bahia (Current Place - 13th) Lulinha (AM/FWD - 22 years old) 82 - 83/84 Gabriel (FWD/AM - 22 years old) 78 - 84 Botafogo (Current Place - 6th) Dória (CB/LB - 17 years old) 75 - 78 Jadson (CM/DM - 19 years old) 75 - 82/83 Lucas Zen (DM/DEF - 21 years old) 82 - 84 Elkeson (AM/FWD - 23 years old) 86 - 87 Cidinho (AM/WING - 19 years old) 77 - 80/81 Corinthians (Current Place - 9th) Guilherme Torres (DM/CM 21 years old) 78 - 82/83 Willian Arão (DM/CM 18 years old) 75 - 80 Romarinho (FWD/WING - 21 years old) 75 - 83/84 Coritiba (Current Place - 15th) Luccas Claro (CB - 20 years old) 78 - 81 Sergio Manoel (DM/CB - 23 years old) 60 - 82 Junior Urso (DM - 23 years old) 80 - 83/84 Everton Ribeiro (LM/AM - 23 years old) 80 - 84 Willian (DM - 23 years old) 82 - 84/85 Cruzeiro (Current Place - 8th) Rafael Donato (CB - 23 years old) 75 - 80/81 Élber (CM/AM - 20 years old) 76 - 78 Figueirense (Current Place - 18th) Roni (AM/WING - 21 years old) 77 - 82 Jackson (DM/CM - 22 years old) 75 - 82 Caio (FWD/WING - 22 years old) 82 - 85/85 Flamengo (Current Place - 16th) Marllon (CB - 20 years old) 75 - 80 Luiz Antonio (DM/CM - 21 years old) 78 - 84/85 Mattheus (AM/WING - 18 years old) 75 - 77 Negueba (AM/WING - 20 yeard old) 80 -82 Thomas (AM/WING - 19 years old) 77 - 80 Adryan (AM/WING - 18 years old) 75 - 80/80 Fluminense (Current Place - 1st) Wallace (RB/RM - 18 years old) 75 - 82/83 Marcos Júnior (FWD - 19 years old) 76 - 78 Samuel Rosa (FWD/WING - 21 years old) 75 - 83 Wellington Nem (AM/FWD - 20 years old) 83 - 86/87 Grêmio (Current Place - 3rd) Fernando (DM/CM - 20 years old) 84 - 86/87 Leandro Moura (FWD/AM - 19 years old) 82 - 83/84 Internacional (Current Place - 7th) Otávio (AM/WING - 17 years old) 75 - 77 Fred (AM/WING - 19 years old) 75 - 83 Leandro Damião (CF - 23 years old) 88 - 89 Náutico (Current Place - 12th) Rhayner (FWD/AM - 22 years old) 78 - 83/84 Palmeiras (Current Place - 19th) Juninho (LB/LM - 22 years old) 84 - 86 Patrik (AM/WING - 22 years old) 83 - 84 Ponte Preta (Current Place - 10th) Cicinho (RB/RM - 23 years old) 76 - 83/84 Renê Junior (CM/DM - 22 years old) 78 - 82/83 Nikão (FWD/AM - 20 years old) 76 - 81 Portuguesa (Current Place - 14th) Ivan (RB/RM - 20 years old) 75 - 78 Ananias (AM/WING - 23 years old) 78 - 84 Santos (Current Place - 11th) Rafael Cabral (GK - 22 years old) 86 - 87 Bruno Peres (RB/RM - 22 years old) 75 - 83 Paulo Henrique Ganso (AM/CM - 22 yrs old) 89 - 89/88 Felipe Anderson (AM/WING - 19 years old) 80 - 84 Victor Andrade (WING/FWD - 16 years old) 75 - 80 André (FWD - 21 years old) 86- 86/87 Neymar (FWD/WING - 20 years old) 90 - 90/91 Sport Recife (Current Place - 17th) Reinaldo (LB/LM - 22 years old) 76 - 82 Rithely (DM/CM - 21 years old) 78 - 83 Marquinhos (FWD/AM - 22 years old) 78 - 83/84 São Paulo (Current Place - 5th) Douglas (RB/RM - 22 years old) 82 - 85 Rafael Tolói (CB - 21 years old) 86 - 86/87 Rodrigo Caio (DM/CB - 19 years old) 75 - 78 Lucas Moura (AM/WING - 20 years old) 88 - 89 Ademilson (CF - 18 years old) 75 - 80 Vasco da Gama (Current Place - 4th) William Matheus (LB/LM - 22 years old) 75 - 82/83 Auremir (DM/RB - 20 years old) 75 - 83 Douglas (CB - 22 years old) 78 - 83 Dedé (CB - 24 years old) 88 - 89 Willian Barbio (FWD/WING- 19 years old) 75 - 80 1 - Bernard (6) 2 - Lucas Moura (6) 3 - Rhayner (5) 1 - Caio (8) 2 - Elkeson (8) 3 - Neymar (8) 1 - Bernard (Atlético Mineiro) 2 - Fernando (Grêmio) 3 - Wellington Nem (Fluminense) "The Brazilianess" 1st Edition (23rd Fixture) Bernard (Atlético Mineiro) A little boy, thin and aloof, with an immeasurable skill, this is Bernard, who was our pick for this first edition because it had a gala performance this weekend at Atlético Mineiro. Scored twice for his side and decided the match, with quick and confuing moves, it is a rare mix of skill with speed and efficiency, a guy to keep an eye to the future in world football, have been developing their football ever more due to too great partnership with Ronaldinho, with who has learned a lot and gained experience. Another great performers of the week were: Guilherme Torres (Corinthians) , Elkeson (Botafogo). There's two links, one for a report of the match a video with the two Bernard goals in this weekend, with Ronaldinho saying that he's happy of see the birth of another wonderful player. The other link, is a direct one for the results of the weekend for this 23rd fixture, enjoy. --> http://globoesporte.globo.com/futebol/times/atletico-mg/noticia/2012/09/r49-sobre-bernard-feliz-por-ver-o-nascimento-de-mais-um-craque.html#atleta-bernard --> http://www.soccerway.com/national/brazil/serie-a/2012/regular-season/ "The Brazilianess" 2nd Edition (24th and 25th Fixture) Romarinho (Corinthians) Romarinho is a nightmare for Palmeiras, in his debut for Corinthians, he scored 2 goals, and this round, made ​​his mark again, and was celebrating with the fans mocking rival, which caused confusion. Anyway, he already shows great progress as a player, is constantly evolving, it's a different boy who always seeks finalization, has good speed and good dribbling, is standing out and for Chelsea is better to beware the Club World Cup, because to stop this boy, is virtually impossible. --> Direct link with the highlights of the derby, Corinthians x Palmeiras. http://globoesporte.globo.com/futebol/times/corinthians/noticia/2012/09/gol-no-derbi-e-fim-de-jejum-animam-romarinho-e-mais-motivacao.html[/color] PS: The "Brasileirão" is in the 26th round of 38, every information may be updated. PS²: I'll take a look everyday to answer every question, enjoy it, hope to help and hope to get some reputation as well Have fun, proud, AbuDhabi. "Gigante pela própria natureza"
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    AdaM EFC

    Graphics Request Thread

    Re: Graphics Request Thread Not my best, tried to get some text in but couldn't get any to work.
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    KYQS

    Help With Deal(s) Thread...

    Re: Help With Deal(s) Thread...
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    Re: EC Anno Domini - General Discussion, Banter etc.. VACANCIES IF YOU WANT IN Liverpool 1-0 Barnsley Liverpool added the Charity Shield to the League Championship and European Champions League titles tonight with a professional job over high flying Barnsley. 71'000 fans travelled to the Olympic Stadium in Athens for some reason to see Gregory Van Der Wiel's stunning 68th minute strike give Liverpool the silverware in a very even match where Ozil, Pato, Erding , and Afellay also shone. Manager Gaz spoke of his relief at the final whistle and was already looking forward to tomorrow's Super Cup match against Wolfsburg. In the Barsnley Managers post match conference Dermo was quoted as saying 'We had a match tonight'?
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    Re: Right now i'm listening to... (no football themed songs) CySYwZNH65I I go through these phases of listening to music I listened to as a child (my mum's music) Not to be the old fogey that says "They don't make music like this anymore", but it's true...
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    Re: English Championship 231990 - Discussion Thread let all make this the next 7046 or 106,in our hands or we can all go around in circles never moving forward.lets us make it happen.
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    Maxpayne

    Help With Deal(s) Thread...

    Re: Help With Deal(s) Thread... Anyway. Kuba should hit 90, and that will most likely be his peak. Reus is young and has settled quite well with Borussia, at the end of the season Reus should be 91 if Borussia does a great season and has a good CL run. Javi Martinez will probably be a regular for Bayern, but i dont think he will be rising this season, even tho he probably might peak at around 93/94 i guess if he fulfills his potential. While i see Reus peaking at 92 personally (he might rise more thought, who knows). ABout the deal, if based just on the 3 players i wouldnt do it, if you are full of better fwd's and wingers, but you badly need a CM or CB than i would consider doing it.
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    Re: Official Gold Championships Discussions Thread
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    Synyster

    Official Manchester United Thread

    Re: Official Red Devils thread
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    cheekylad68

    Official Manchester United Thread

    Re: Official Red Devils thread Thats one of the things that my wife likes about me;)
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    Re: English Championship 231990 - Match/Transfer Report Thread Derby Ease To First Win Derby County strolled to their first win of the season with a comprehensive 2-0 victory against Millwall at Pride Park. Alejandro Alfaro and Siem De Jong both scored for thier first goals in Derby shirts. Both sides attempted to keep hold of possession in the opening stages of the match without looking threatening going forward and Jordan Ayew was released down the left on ten minutes but his low ball towards De Jong was too far in front of the former Ajax forward. De Jong was fouled six minutes later with Michael Ballack finding Alfaro and he whipped a ball towards the back post that De Jong headed beyond Marco Storari to give his side the lead. Millwall's first shot of the came shortly after the half hour when Stephan El Shaawary showed some neat footwork on the edge of the area but his shot drifted harmlessly wide of the goal. Another set piece saw The Rams take a two goal lead when Ballack's delivery into the area was met by Alfaro who headed home to double their lead. Derby looked tired in the closing stages but they managed to raise their game just enough to hold the visitors at bay and they saw out the closing stages to claim their first win of the season. Derby County: Neto; Bartra, Nery, Rojo, Boly, Ballack, (McClean 60') Zuculini, Romulo, Alfaro, De Jong, Ayew. Subs Not Used: Kapino, Andersen, Zen, Torres, Ben Khalifa. Millwall: Storari, Tymoschuk, Smith, Aronica, Kehl, Gargano, El Shaarawy, Rosicky, Palacio, Diamanti, Polo. Subs Not Used: N'Guessan, Feeney, Henderson, Reale, Lowry, Ward, Dunne.
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    123_ABC

    Help With Deal(s) Thread...

    Re: Respuesta: Help With Deal(s) Thread...
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    Re: English Championship 231990 - Discussion Thread Aye, of course it's a gamble in a way because the rep does'nt always tell you the true story, Like you mention in your last post some guys have 250+ rep who are, and i know as idoits, yet many guys with 40/50 rep , just starting out are fair and honest and take the game serious.
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    Caleb

    Help With Deal(s) Thread...

    Re: Help With Deal(s) Thread... Do it, Neuer is much better than Lloris and the latter will need to win the No.1 spot at Tottenham too.
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    Caleb

    Big risers!

    Re: Big risers! Digne (Lille) 80->84/83 Zouma (ASSE) 83->86-85 Ayew (Marseille) 86->87/88 Butland (Birmingham) 82->84/83 Lacazette (Lyon) 85-> 87/86 Volland (TSG) 84->86/85 Livermore (Tottenham) 84-> 85/86 Cabella (Montpellier) 85->87/86 Nastasic (City) 84->85/86 Schalke (Nac Breda) 82->84/83 Duarte (At.Mineiro) 83->85
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    Synyster

    Help With Deal(s) Thread...

    Re: Help With Deal(s) Thread... I have Aguero, got an offer of a straight swap for Rooney in a very competitive Gameworld, what would you do?
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    Re: Guess at next leagues to be reviewed? I personally think that review times should approximately be like this: (i just put the league that came upto my mind so might aswell be not totally accurate some leagues might be missing etc) France England Germany italy Spain = 3-4 months Brasil Argentina Portugal Russia Ukraine Netherlands Belgium Turkey Switzerland Greece Scotland = 5 to 7 months Uruguay Croatia Serbia Colombia Sweden Chile Mexico Poland Bosnia Japan USA Czech Republic Ireland Romania Paraguay Australia Slovakia Ecuador = 8 to 12 months And the rest 12 to (18)24 months I would say this would be a correct reviewing timelime for all leagues (and most of the leagues ARE being reviewed in these timeline periods, just many others arent), with some of them minor leagues like ireland 2nd and stuff to be uptaded every 3-4 years when most of the important leagues have been reviewed etc. At least thats how a serious company that actually does a correct update for a service (SM) in which they ask money back would do. If the game was totally free, i surely wouldnt complain at all but seeing that i pay for Gold membership, i definetly can suggest to actually start putting a little bit more effort into making the reviews, it would make everyone happier.
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    Lenny59

    DAiS Genesis [DAiS Invitationals]

    Re: DAiS Genesis [DAiS Invitationals]
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    Re: Official Gold Championships Discussions Thread
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    Hayden19

    -Alain Traoré-

    Re: -Alain Traoré- Lol. 10characters.
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    Hancock

    Help With Deal(s) Thread...

    Re: Help With Deal(s) Thread...
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    adam_gr

    Help With Deal(s) Thread...

    Re: Help With Deal(s) Thread... No you shouldn't
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    Hancock

    Help With Deal(s) Thread...

    Re: Help With Deal(s) Thread... Jordi Alba is brilliant but Coentrao ranks equal with him in my opinion. The fact that you're offering the Ox as well really makes it a no-brainer for me. DONT DO IT!!! KEEP OX!!!
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    Patrick.FCB

    Help With Deal(s) Thread...

    Re: Help With Deal(s) Thread... Keep Coentrao + Oxlade ' date=' Just for Oxlade[/color']
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    Re: English Championship 231990 - Match/Transfer Report Thread
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    Re: English Championship 8888 Discussion Thread
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    Re: DnA -Drafting and Auction Thread and History) Strootman was last pick in 5th round and Rodriguez in first pot of 6th round
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    Re: DnA -Drafting and Auction Thread and History) I think this is next turn of drafting
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    Lundekvam5

    -Alain Traoré-

    Re: -Alain Traoré- To sum this up: 1. Elohim rates Alain Traore and has said why. 2. MUTD doesn't think he's going to be cut out for the top. 3. Go away and make your own mind up!
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    Elohim

    Help With Deal(s) Thread...

    Re: Help With Deal(s) Thread... Wrong place for this. This is help with DEALS.
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    KYQS

    Help With Deal(s) Thread...

    Re: Help With Deal(s) Thread... How do I het my green squares to go up
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    Nick Justice

    DAiS Genesis | Media

    Re: DAiS Genesis | Media Braintree Town- From Rags to ...well Rags but better ones really Shall we take it back a little, to the date 24th August 2012, and in the lovely county of Essex in a town named oddly Braintree. A young and yet very talented manager took over the rein of Braintree Town FC's head coach. The Young manager when looking at the league they had decided to enter their team into, at first he thought, what the fudging hell have I ruddy put myself in for. However one did not over panic after seeing that managers like Christian Bishop, Dai Smouthy and Sean Fitzpatrick were managing sides and had a second though of hmmmm...this might just be okay...with that and teams like Deportivio lack of talent in the league it might not be that tough especially managed by some light austin guy...its not a heavy league thats going to weigh us down its light!...and well manager Justice knew that much change was going to be needed in order to compete with some of the teams who were participating in the league and throughout the leagues they may be within in the not so distant future, looking at the Divisions above themselves and hoping that they may one day be there. Braintree Town were placed into the Divison 3 with Trabzonspor, Leicester City, Dnipro, Torino, Blackburn, Hertha BSC and Watford...meh some thought as well as did Justice that there was no Justice or descency thought of when they were placed into a league with such clubs from around Europe. However they did not complain .....MUCH.....and just decided that they best just knuckle down in the transfer window and make sure they bring in some what a few player whom actually with them bring in talent...and so the story begins wth transfers made... The First few names to arrive at Braintree Town were Raheem Sterling(75), Nick Powell(70), Harry Kane(80) , Reece Wabara(75), Nathan Baker(78), Bryon Lawrence(75) and Yado Mambo(75). Of whom Justice was very pleased to bring in such talented players...however when he saw that teams in his league had signed players like Neymar ...he was kinda more like...well...erm hows best to describe it...he felt like a donkey at a horse party...where your not quite up to the same standard......however he played it cool ... and quickly jumped back into the market the following day and on the 25th signed in Jordan Ibe(75), Larnell Cole(75), Adam Ledgzindis(75), Nathan Knight-Percival(72), Craig Noone(81), Wesley Fonderingham(72) and Jamie Vardy(75), Inspite of these signings and trying to sign Ryan Bertrand who refused to play for such a small club...kinda put...it all into perspective for Justice and how big the challange ahead was going to be...the fans were liking the new players, but want a big signing...someone who could compete with the likes of Neymar and Lavezzi...who did they buy Jordan Rhodes(82)...amongst other suchs as John Ruddy (86) and James Tomkins(85)....and to this day John Ruddy remains the highest rated player at Braintree Town...and players like that were only able to be brought in after a massive sum of cash was injected by the clubs chairman into the club for transfers!...So it was a kinda slow building up process up the point of John Ruddy...so there is a long way to go til the point where my team will be up to the same level as those competing in this league! So after all of Braintree Town's Money was Spend this is the team They ended up with untill more money comes in! Team:First XI ------John Ruddy(86)------ --Lowton(78)--Tomkins(85)--Batth(80)--Baker(78)-- --Bennett(83)--Norwood(80)--Gardner(82)--Noone(81)-- --Rhodes(82)--Zaha(84)-- Rest of Squad: Raheem Sterling(75) Cameron Lancaster(75) Henoc Mukendi(75) Sm Magri(75) Ashley Miller(70) Harry Kane(80) Jamaal Lascelles(78) Nick Powell(70) Jordan Ibe(75) Yado Mambo(75) Jamie Vardy(75) Adam Legzdins(75) Byron Lawrence(75) Larnell Cole(75) Wesley Foderingham(72) Simon Eastwood(70) Aden Flint(70) Dan Burn(70) Reece Wabara(75) Nathaniel Knight-Percival(72) Kyle McFadzean(72) Andre Blackman(68) Nathan Wedderburn(72) Ross Draper(72) Jon Taylor(72) Ashley Harris(72) Brandon Zibaka(72) Kwesi Appiah(70) Charlie Lassaso(70) Jordan Sanderson(70) John Ruddy, The Best They Got The England International Goalkeeper, John Ruddy, is the stand out player in at Braintree Town since the arrival of manager Nick Justice. Him along with now former West Ham Centre Back James Tomkins, both arriving just a day apart which was a part of the big cah injection by the chairman who demonstrated his desire and ambition to succeed at this high level. Before the season began Justice said "If we get 1 point i'll be happy, all season!" Well after 4 games Braintree Town have a lovely 7 points, After Victroies against both Watford and Hertha BSC as well as a draw picked up against Blackburn Rovers, after a nightmare 5-1 loss on the opening day before the newer arrival did bring down the morale in the Braintree Town camp, however they pushed on and have begun very nicely depsite being knocked out the cup by Parma, Just considers it to have been a very succesful opening to the season, thus far More News to come this is just a small little report on how things are thus far.
  36. 1 point
    Venk.11

    ||War of the World||

    Re: ||War of the World|| Why is Ashley leaving all clubs in my Game Worlds
  37. 1 point
    Ben-SCFC

    Help With Deal(s) Thread...

    Re: Help With Deal(s) Thread... You can get better than Musonda' date=' I would probably get someone else. 1) Maher 2) Nem 3) Bernard
  38. 1 point
    tonyba

    -Alain Traoré-

    Re: -Alain Traoré- Although I made a large post the other day, I'm not as foolish as MUTD. I believe this guy could be very talented, because I'm aware that even in this generation when the amount of football being broadcasted and analysed etc, a lot of talents go unnoticed by the majority. I'm of the opinion a player that age could easily increase to a high rating. I see no reason why 30 year olds cant go up from an 88 to a 90 too. This is mainly based on watching Italian football. The amount of late bloomers in Italy is crazy. Grosso, who netted in the semis of the world cup final and scored the winning penalty in the final, was basically an amateur till as late as 23. Diamanti, at 24 was still in a side lower than serie b then played in Serie B till 26..he played an important role for Italy at the Euros. Peluso is 28, made his debut for Italy this year. And so on. I now recall watching Lorient against PSG, and they did a good job, but I believe it was away and obviously against the best side in France so its not a fair game to judge the attacking players but I will watch out for this guy and if Lorient get show on ESPN, I'll try to watch.
  39. 1 point
    cheekylad68

    Official Manchester United Thread

    Re: Official Red Devils thread McCo - I missed you;) In a similar sort of way you miss a long lost Uncle who you have not seen for a while but when you see him again it is all a bit 'meh':p When you are as succesful as us you won't have to remember the one liners from commentary as there will be too many to choose from. But that is a long way away yet McCo;)
  40. 1 point
    Skarmory

    Help With Deal(s) Thread...

    Re: Help With Deal(s) Thread... Dede is definitely the better player IRL... However, for SM, Ruiz is better until Dede gets a transfer to a big European club IMO. He will struggle to reach 90 playing for Vasco.
  41. 1 point
    KYQS

    Help With Deal(s) Thread...

    lel oh no
  42. 1 point
    Ben C

    Help With Deal(s) Thread...

    Re: Help With Deal(s) Thread... Alvaro Morata from Real Madrid or Harry Kane from Tottenham
  43. 1 point
    Toonfanforlife

    Official Liverpool Thread

    Re: Official Liverpool Thread May I start off by saying I'm delighted that the truth has come out officially after 23 years (It's been known that Liverpool fans didn't do what they were accused of long before that mind you.),I remember my dad telling me a story about Hillsborough and I had a lump in my throat at the end of it,he told me how he went to Highbury that day to watch Newcastle play Arsenal that day,he said that he remembers coming into the pub and expecting to hearing Arsenal fans cheering and shouting as they won the game 1-0,however he walked into complete and utter silence,he looked around and there was hundreds of fans just glued to the TV watching on in shock and horror,the fact that it could have so easily been my Dad instead terrifies me,the tragedy was with the way stadiums were set up back then it was a disaster waiting to happen,unfortunately the tragedy occured at Hillsborough on the 15th of April 1989. However whilst not wanting to sound unsentimental to that at all,there was also another aspect of this that was a disgrace as well,how when the whole city was on it's knees the people your suppose to trust and be there to support you in the Police and the Government turn there backs on you,dessert you and pin all the blame on Innocent fans,how they can live with themselves knowing what they've put families through over the last 23 years is beyond me. The fact that most members of the police force in there made statements regarding the disaster that were unfavourable to the police is the most damning piece of evidence IMO,whilst it seems that the vast majority of the police handled the situation horribly,the ones who perhaps did understand the enormity of the situation and done there job well were massively let down by the rest of the police force,to think 51 lives could have been saved if the police done there job properly is sickening enough as it is,the fact they then covered that all up and doctored statements makes me feel ashamed that such a corrupt police force coud have ever existed in this country at any time period,espically knowing that in a certain situation this could have been my Dad instead. Also I want to pay tribute to the wonderful familys of the 96 people involved in the disaster,and all the fantastic Support and Campaign groups who never stopped fighting for the truth despite been denied and delayed time and time again,the fact they had the inner strength and courage to fight on and not wilt after nearly a quarter of century is marvellous to see,I hope the fact they now have the Truth can offer some kind of closure to the families involved. R.I.P to the 96 involved in that tragic day. JFT96
  44. 1 point
    Longnose

    Official Liverpool Thread

    Re: Official Liverpool Thread
  45. 1 point
    jgos2

    A Nation’s Pride (ANP 2012)

    Re: A Nation’s Pride (ANP 2012) 6 Matches ....17 goals for amazing stuff SAO PAULO do it again 5-3 vs Porto Current champs Schalke in hot pursuit.
  46. 1 point
    loredan

    Evolution league

    Re: Evolution league Here we go lads...half way through the season so its pay day Congrats and many thanks to everyone for making the Evolution League such a strong league! Updated list of SM credits after Turn 18 Please double check and if any problem please let me know... Argentinos Juniors - 85 Icasa - 115 Chacarita Juniors - 70 César Vallejo - 80 Ferro - 100 Cobresol FBC - 80 Real Cartagena - 100 Bolívar - 80 Cerro Porteño - 35 Sportivo Luqueno - 95 Brasiliense - 70 Pasto - 70 Juan Aurich - 75 America Mineiro - 80 Unión Española - 110 Deportivo Petare - 65 2 de Mayo - 0 Cerro - 125 Emelec - 80 Colegio Nacional - 0
  47. 1 point
    Re: English Championship 231990 - Match/Transfer Report Thread STOKE CONFIRM FIRST TEAM SQUAD LIST: Got a 17 man squad, will after use some youth players in the cups though. Goalkeeper: Victor Valdes 93 Defenders: Van Der Wiel 90 Roberto Rosales 87 Benedikt Howedes 90 Vital Dede 88 Alfred N'Diaye 86 Domenico Criscito 90 Marc Wilson 86 Midfielders: Dries Mertens 89 Charlie Adam 89 Tino Costa 89 Steven N'Zonzi 87 Alan Dzagoev 89 Yevhen Konoplyanka 88 Strikers: Alexandre Pato 92 Jonathan Walters 87 Emile Heskey 86 The top Prem clubs dont seem to want loan players to prem clubs, understandable when lower league sides go in for their players but if there is somebody remaining then Stoke will be interested if its a 85+ player, any position accept from goalkeeper and full backs, will get game time.
  48. 1 point
    KYQS

    Help With Deal(s) Thread...

    Re: Help With Deal(s) Thread... Sould I buy Jack Butland?
  49. 1 point
    Re: .:Official Thread of GC 199:. It's official Montpellier make the best signing of the season EMILE HESKEY He's here and will be the biggest beast in Ligue 1
  50. 1 point
    germlad

    The New Players Thread

    Re: The New Players Thread A noticeable player added today is Miroslav Kacer. He is a 16 years old midfielder of Zilina, one of Slovakia's best clubs (last year's champions, second up to now this season). Miroslav Kacer, despite his young age, has already 5 appearances for Zilina after 7 matches (1 as a starter and 4 as a sub), scoring 1 goal. He scored on his debut for his team, becoming the youngest scorer ever in the Slovakian League. He is considered as a hot prospect in Slovakia, a future NT player for them. He is definitely a player that is worth to watch out for, one for the future. The only bad thing for him (actually, is SM's bad!) is the fact that he plays in a league that SM haven't reviewed for years, and probably won't review it in the foreseeable future! So, Kacer will probably stay at his 73 (actually, they should add him as a 75...) for a very long time, even if he is a regular first team member for Zilina! So, i will shortlist him and (unless you are in a very-very competitive gameworld) i think this is the best option, until he moves clubs or if/when SM ever review Slovakia. Nonetheless, this is a talented kid.
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