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    Bundesliga Ratings Discussion

    Re: Bundesliga Ratings Discussion Bayern München NEUER, Manuel GK 95 ⇒ 95 REINA, Pepe GK 91 ⇘ 91/90 STARKE, Tom GK 87 ⇘ 87/86 LAHM, Philipp D(RL),DM(RLC) 95 ⇒ 95 ALABA, David D,DM(L),M(LC) 93 ⇗ 93/94 BOATENG, Jérôme D(RLC) 91 ⇑ 92/93 BADSTUBER, Holger D(LC) 91 ⇒ 91 BERNAT, Juan D,DM,M,AM(L) 88 ⇑ 89/90 DANTE, Bonfim D© 93 ⇘ 93/92 MARTÍNEZ, Javi D,DM,M© 92 ⇒ 92 BENATIA, Mehdi D© 92 ⇒ 92 RAFINHA, Marcio D,DM,M® 90 ⇒ 90 WEISER, Mitchell D,DM,M®,AM(RL) 83 ⇒ 83 ALONSO, Xabi DM,M© 95 ⇒ 95 SCHWEINSTEIGER, Bastian DM,M,AM© 95 ⇒ 95 THIAGO, Alcántara DM,M,AM© 91 ⇒ 91 RODE, Sebastian DM,M© 88 ⇗ 88/89 HÖJBJERG, Pierre DM,M,AM© 82 ⇑ 84/85 GAUDINO, Gianluca M,AM© 76 ⇑ 80-82 RIBÉRY, Franck AM,F(RL) 96 ⇘ 96/95 ROBBEN, Arjen AM(RL),F(RLC) 95 ⇗ 95/96 MÜLLER, Thomas AM,F(RLC) 94 ⇗ 94/95 GÖTZE, Mario AM,F(RLC) 93 ⇗ 94/93 SHAQIRI, Xherdan AM(RLC) 89 ⇒ 89 PIZARRO, Claudio AM,F© 90 ⇒ 90 LEWANDOWSKI, Robert F© 94 ⇒ 94 LUCIC, Ivan GK 75 ⇒ 75 KOUSSOU, Kodjovi D,DM(L),M(RL) 78 ⇒ 78 SALLAHI, Ylli D,DM,M,AM(L) 76 ⇗ 76-78 PAUL, Herbert D(RL) 75 ⇒ 75 KIRCHHOFF, Jan D,DM© 87 ⇘ 87/86 STRIEDER, Rico DM,M,AM© 75 ⇒ 75 GREEN, Julian AM(RL),F(RLC) 80 ⇗ 80-82 KURT, Sinan AM,F(LC) 76 ⇒ 76 MARKOUTZ, Oliver AM(L),F(LC) 75 ⇒ 75 RIBÉRY, Steeven AM(RLC) 75 ⇒ 75 WEIHRAUCH, Patrick AM,F© 77 ⇒ 75 FISCHER, Bastian AM,F© 75 ⇒ 75 GÖRTLER, Lukas AM®,F(RC) 75 ⇗ 75/76 WEGKAMP, Gerrit F© 78 ⇒ 78 Borussia Dortmund WEIDENFELLER, Roman GK 91 ⇒ 91 LANGERAK, Mitchell GK 84 ⇒ 84 SCHMELZER, Marcel D,DM,M(L) 91 ⇒ 91 GROSSKREUTZ, Kevin D,DM,M,AM(RL) 90 ⇒ 90 DURM, Erik D,DM,M,AM(RL) 87 ⇑ 88/89 HUMMELS, Mats D,DM© 93 ⇒ 93 SUBOTIĆ, Neven D© 92 ⇒ 92 BENDER, Sven D,DM,M© 91 ⇒ 91 SOKRATIS, Papastathopoulos D(RC),DM© 89 ⇑ 90/91 GINTER, Matthias D,DM© 88 ⇗ 88/89 PISZCZEK, Lukasz D,DM,M® 92 ⇒ 92 KIRCH, Oliver D®,DM(RC) 85 ⇒ 85 GÜNDOĞAN, Ilkay DM,M,AM© 91 ⇒ 91 ŞAHIN, Nuri DM,M© 91 ⇒ 91 KEHL, Sebastian DM,M© 90 ⇒ 90 MKHITARYAN, Henrik M©,AM(RLC) 91 ⇒ 91 JOJIĆ, Miloš M©,AM(RLC) 85 ⇑ 86/87 BLASZCZYKOWSKI, Jakub M,AM® 91 ⇒ 91 REUS, Marco AM,F(RLC) 94 ⇒ 94 KAGAWA, Shinji AM(RLC) 91 ⇒ 91 AUBAMEYANG, Pierre-Emerick AM(RL),F(RLC) 90 ⇗ 90/91 RAMOS, Adrián AM(RL),F(RLC) 88 ⇑ 89 JI, Dong-Won AM©,F(RLC) 85 ⇒ 85 IMMOBILE, Ciro F© 89 ⇗ 89/90 ALOMEROVIC, Zlatan GK 77 ⇒ 77 BONMANN, Hendrik GK 76 ⇒ 76 BANDOWSKI, Jannik D,DM(L),M(RL) 78 ⇒ 78 GÜLL, Maximilian D,DM,M(L) 76 ⇒ 76 DUDZIAK, Jeremy D,DM(L),M(LC) 76 ⇒ 76 NAREY, Khaled D(RL),DM,M® 76 ⇒ 76 KNYSTOCK, Nico D(RL),DM,M® 73 ⇑ 75-77 HORNSCHUH, Marc D(RC),DM© 78 ⇒ 78 SARR, Marian D© 78 ⇒ 78 NYARKO, Evans D,DM,M© 77 ⇒ 77 ZIMMERMANN, Christoph D© 75 ⇒ 75 STANKOVIC, Jon DM,M© 78 ⇒ 78 ÖZBEK, Ufuk M(LC),AM© 76 ⇒ 76 LEITNER, Moritz M(RC),AM© 87 ⇒ 87 AMINI, Mustafa M,AM© 78 ⇒ 78 HOFMANN, Jonas AM(RLC),F(RL) 86 ⇑ 87/88 JORDANOV, Edisson AM(RLC) 80 ⇒ 80 KEFKİR, Oğuzhan AM(RLC) 78 ⇒ 78 GYAU, Joseph-Claude AM,F(RL) 77 ⇗ 77/78 DUCKSCH, Marvin AM,F© 80 ⇑ 82 HARDER, Tammo AM©,F(RLC) 77 ⇗ 77/78 WEBER, Nick AM,F© 75 ⇒ 75 DERSTROFF, Julian F(RLC) 77 ⇒ 77 VÄYRYNEN, Tim F© 82 ⇘ 80-82 FC Schalke 04 FÄHRMANN, Ralf GK 86 ⇑ 87/88 WETKLO, Christian GK 85 ⇒ 85 GIEFER, Fabian GK 85 ⇒ 85 HÖWEDES, Benedikt D(RLC) 90 ⇗ 90/91 FUCHS, Christian D,DM,M(L) 89 ⇘ 89/88 AOGO, Dennis D(L),DM,M(LC) 89 ⇒ 89 KOLASINAC, Sead D(LC),DM© 87 ⇒ 87 MATIP, Joël D,DM© 89 ⇒ 89 SANTANA, Felipe D© 88 ⇘ 88/87 KIRCHHOFF, Jan D,DM© 87 ⇘ 87/86 AYHAN, Kaan D(RC),DM© 82 ⇑ 84/85 HÖGER, Marco D®,DM,M(RC) 88 ⇒ 88 UCHIDA, Atsuto D,DM,M® 88 ⇒ 88 NEUSTÄDTER, Roman DM,M© 89 ⇒ 89 GORETZKA, Leon DM,M,AM© 87 ⇒ 87 BOATENG, Kevin-Prince M©,AM(RC) 90 ⇒ 90 SAM, Sidney AM(RLC),F(RL) 90 ⇒ 90 DRAXLER, Julian AM(RLC),F(RL) 90 ⇒ 90 CHOUPO-MOTING, Eric AM,F(RLC) 88 ⇗ 88/89 BARNETTA, Tranquillo AM(RLC) 88 ⇒ 88 CLEMENS, Christian AM(RL) 87 ⇒ 87 MEYER, Max AM(RLC) 87 ⇑ 88/89 OBASI, Chinedu AM(RL),F(RLC) 86 ⇒ 86 SANÈ, Leroy AM(RLC) 76 ⇒ 76 FARFÁN, Jefferson AM,F(RC) 91 ⇒ 91 HUNTELAAR, Klaas-Jan F© 92 ⇒ 92 WELLENREUTHER, Timon GK 75 ⇒ 75 BORGMANN, Axel D(L) 76 ⇒ 76 PAPADOPOULOS, Kyriakos D,DM© 89 ⇒ 89 SOBOTTKA, Marcel D,DM© 76 ⇒ 76 FRIEDRICH, Marvin D© 76 ⇒ 76 ITTER, Pascal D®,DM,M(RC) 75 ⇒ 75 NEIDHART, Nico D®,DM,M(RC) 73 ⇗ 73-75 HODJA, Dren M,AM© 75 ⇒ 75 KLINGENBURG, René AM(RLC) 75 ⇒ 75 SCHUMACHER, Dario AM(RLC),F(RL) 75 ⇒ 75 AVDIJAJ, Donis AM©,F(RLC) 76 ⇑ 78-80 MALSAM, Jonas AM©,F(LC) 73 ⇗ 73-75 ASAMOAH, Gerald AM®,F(RC) 80 ⇓ 78-75 Bayer 04 Leverkusen LENO, Bernd GK 89 ⇗ 90/89 KREŠIĆ, Dario GK 83 ⇒ 83 YELLDELL, David GK 80 ⇒ 80 BOENISCH, Sebastian D(RL) 87 ⇗ 87/88 WENDELL, Borges D,DM,M(L) 80 ⇗ 80-82 REINARTZ, Stefan D,DM© 89 ⇒ 89 PAPADOPOULOS, Kyriakos D,DM© 89 ⇒ 89 TOPRAK, Ömer D© 89 ⇗ 90/89 SPAHIĆ, Emir D© 88 ⇗ 88/89 JEDVAJ, Tin D(RC) 82 ⇑ 84-86 BENDER, Lars D®,DM,M(RC) 91 ⇒ 91 CASTRO, Gonzalo D,DM®,M,AM(RC) 90 ⇒ 90 DONATI, Giulio D,DM,M® 88 ⇒ 88 HILBERT, Roberto D,DM,M® 87 ⇒ 87 ROLFES, Simon DM,M© 90 ⇒ 90 ÖZTUNALI, Levin DM,M,AM© 80 ⇗ 80-82 SON, Heung-Min AM,F(RLC) 89 ⇒ 89 DRMIC, Josip AM(L),F(LC) 87 ⇒ 87 ÇALHANOĞLU, Hakan AM(RLC),F(RL) 86 ⇑ 88 BELLARABI, Karim AM,F(RLC) 85 ⇑ 87/88 BRANDT, Julian AM(RLC),F(RL) 82 ⇗ 82-84 KRUSE, Robbie AM,F(RC) 87 ⇘ 87/86 YURCHENKO, Vladlen AM©,F(RLC) 77 ⇒ 77 KIESSLING, Stefan F© 91 ⇒ 91 LOMB, Niklas GK 76 ⇒ 76 STAFYLIDIS, Kostas D,DM(L) 84 ⇒ 84 WOLLSCHEID, Philipp D© 89 ⇘ 88/89 CACUTALUA, Malcolm D(RC),DM© 76 ⇑ 77/78 ENGELMAN, Dennis D®,DM© 75 ⇒ 75 KRAMER, Christoph DM,M,AM© 87 ⇑ 88/89 KOHR, Dominik DM,M© 82 ⇑ 83/84 RYU, Seung-Woo AM©,F(RLC) 77 ⇗ 77/78 MILIK, Arkadiusz F© 85 ⇒ 85 POHJANPALO, Joel F© 80 ⇑ 82/83 VfL Wolfsburg BENAGLIO, Diego GK 89 ⇒ 89 GRÜN, Max GK 84 ⇒ 84 GUSTAVO, Luiz D(LC),DM© 91 ⇒ 91 RODRÍGUEZ, Ricardo D,DM,M(L) 90 ⇗ 90/91 SCHÄFER, Marcel D,M(L),DM(LC) 88 ⇘ 88/87 JUNG, Sebastian D(RL) 88 ⇒ 88 NALDO, Aparecido D© 89 ⇒ 89 KLOSE, Timm D© 88 ⇒ 88 KNOCHE, Robin D,DM© 87 ⇗ 88/87 MALANDA, Junior D,DM,M© 86 ⇒ 86 FELIPE, Lopes D© 86 ⇒ 86 TRÄSCH, Christian D®,DM,M(RC) 88 ⇒ 88 OCHS, Patrick D,DM,M® 86 ⇒ 86 GUILAVOGUI, Josuha DM,M© 88 ⇒ 88 DE BRUYNE, Kevin M©,AM(RLC) 90 ⇒ 90 KLICH, Mateusz M©,AM(RC) 85 ⇒ 85 PERIŠIĆ, Ivan AM(RLC) 89 ⇒ 89 HUNT, Aaron AM,F(LC) 89 ⇒ 89 OLIĆ, Ivica AM(RL),F(RLC) 88 ⇒ 88 VIEIRINHA, Adelino AM(RLC),F(RL) 88 ⇒ 88 CALIGIURI, Daniel AM(RL) 87 ⇒ 87 ARNOLD, Maximilian AM(RLC) 86 ⇗ 86/87 STOLZE, Sebastian AM(RL),F(RLC) 75 ⇗ 75-77 DOST, Bas F© 89 ⇓ 88 BENDTNER, Nicklas F© 88 ⇒ 88 DREWES, Patrick GK 76 ⇗ 76/77 SAUSS, Marius GK 76 ⇒ 76 THOELKE, Bjarne D© 80 ⇘ 78-80 KORCZOWSKI, Noah D© 78 ⇒ 78 SPRENGER, Moritz D(RC) 75 ⇗ 75-77 FÁGNER, Conserva D,DM,M® 87 ⇒ 87 ERKIC, Dragan M,AM(RL) 75 ⇒ 75 PILAŘ, Václav AM(RLC),F(RL) 86 ⇒ 86 AFFANE, Amin AM(RLC) 80 ⇒ 80 BOSKOVIC, Danko AM,F© 76 ⇒ 76 AVDIJAJ, Albion AM©,F(RLC) 75 ⇗ 75-77 HERNÁNDEZ, Onel AM,F® 76 ⇒ 76 Borussia Mönchengladbach SOMMER, Yann GK 88 ⇗ 88/89 HEIMEROTH, Christofer GK 83 ⇒ 83 DOMÍNGUEZ, Álvaro D(LC) 89 ⇒ 89 DAEMS, Filip D(LC) 87 ⇒ 87 WENDT, Oscar D,DM,M(L) 87 ⇒ 87 JOHNSON, Fabian D,DM,M(RL) 87 ⇒ 87 STRANZL, Martin D(RC) 88 ⇒ 88 JANTSCHKE, Tony D(RC),DM© 88 ⇒ 88 NORDTVEIT, Havard D(RC),DM© 88 ⇒ 88 BROUWERS, Roel D© 86 ⇒ 86 MERO, Joel D© 77 ⇒ 77 KORB, Julian D®,DM,M© 84 ⇑ 85/86 ZIMMERMANN, Matthias D®,DM,M(RC) 83 ⇒ 83 XHAKA, Granit DM,M,AM© 88 ⇒ 88 KRAMER, Christoph DM,M,AM© 87 ⇑ 88/89 MARX, Thorben DM,M© 86 ⇒ 86 KRUSE, Max AM,F(LC) 89 ⇗ 89/90 HAZARD, Thorgan AM(RLC),F(RL) 87 ⇒ 87 HAHN, André AM,F(RL) 87 ⇒ 87 TRAORÉ, Ibrahima AM(RL) 87 ⇒ 87 HRGOTA, Branimir AM(RL),F(RLC) 84 ⇑ 85/86 RAFFAEL, Araújo AM©,F(RLC) 89 ⇒ 89 HERRMANN, Patrick AM,F(RC) 89 ⇒ 89 BLASWICH, Janis GK 75 ⇒ 75 LENZ, Christopher D(LC) 75 ⇗ 75-77 BARG, Benjamin D,DM© 77 ⇘ 75-77 BRANDENBURGER, Nico D,DM© 76 ⇗ 76/77 MLAPA, Peniel AM(RL),F(RLC) 87 ⇘ 87/86 YOUNES, Amin AM(RLC),F(RL) 83 ⇒ 83 RITTER, Marlon AM,F(LC) 75 ⇗ 75-77 YEBOAH, Kwame AM©,F(RLC) 74 ⇗ 74/75 PISANO, Giuseppe F© 76 ⇗ 76/77 1. FSV Mainz 05 MÜLLER, Heinz GK 85 ⇓ 84-82 KARIUS, Loris GK 84 ⇑ 85/86 KAPINO, Stefanos GK 84 ⇒ 84 PARK, Joo-Ho D,DM,M(L) 86 ⇒ 86 DÍAZ, Júnior D(LC),DM© 85 ⇑ 86 WOLLSCHEID, Philipp D© 89 ⇘ 88/89 BUNGERT, Niko D(RC) 87 ⇗ 87/88 GEIS, Johannes D(RC),DM© 87 ⇒ 87 NOVESKI, Nikolče D© 87 ⇘ 87/86 JARA, Gonzalo D,DM(RC),M® 86 ⇒ 86 BELL, Stefan D(RC) 85 ⇑ 86 KOCH, Julian D,DM(RC) 83 ⇒ 83 BROSINSKI, Daniel D,DM,M®,AM(RL) 83 ⇑ 84/85 SALLER, Benedikt D®,DM,M(RC) 80 ⇒ 80 BAUMGARTLINGER, Julian DM,M© 88 ⇒ 88 SOTO, Elkin DM©,M(LC) 87 ⇘ 86/87 MORITZ, Christoph DM©,M(RC) 85 ⇒ 85 MALLI, Yunus M(LC),AM© 84 ⇒ 84 KOO, Ja-Cheol M©,AM(RLC) 87 ⇒ 87 OKAZAKI, Shinji AM,F(RLC) 88 ⇗ 88/89 DJURICIC, Filip AM,F(LC) 88 ⇒ 88 ALLAGUI, Sami AM(RL),F(RLC) 87 ⇒ 87 JAIRO, Samperio AM,F(RL) 86 ⇒ 86 HOFMANN, Jonas AM(RLC),F(RL) 86 ⇑ 87 DE BLASIS, Pablo AM(RLC),F(RL) 85 ⇒ 85 NEDELEV, Todor AM(RLC) 85 ⇒ 85 PARKER, Devante AM® 75 ⇗ 75-77 HENDL, Bernhard GK 76 ⇒ 76 HACK, Alexander D(LC) 77 ⇒ 77 SCHILK, Tobias D® 77 ⇒ 77 ZIMLING, Niki DM,M© 87 ⇘ 87/86 KLEMENT, Philipp M© 77 ⇒ 77 GÄRTNER, Sebastian M© 75 ⇒ 75 EDE, Chinedu AM,F(RL) 83 ⇒ 83 POLTER, Sebastian F© 85 ⇒ 85 SCHAHIN, Dani F© 84 ⇒ 84 SLISKOVIC, Petar F© 78 ⇒ 78 BOUZIANE, Mounir F© 76 ⇗ 76/77 REINHARDT, Pascal F© 75 ⇗ 75-77 FC Augsburg HITZ, Marwin GK 84 ⇑ 85/86 MANNINGER, Alex GK 83 ⇒ 83 KLAVAN, Ragnar D(LC) 87 ⇒ 87 VERHAEGH, Paul D(RL) 87 ⇗ 88/87 DE JONG, Marcel D,DM,M(L) 84 ⇒ 84 BABA, Abdul Rahman D,DM(L) 82 ⇑ 84/85 CALLSEN-BRACKER, Jan-Ingwer D(RC),DM© 85 ⇑ 86 HONG, Jeong-Ho D,DM© 84 ⇒ 84 REINHARDT, Dominik D(RC) 83 ⇒ 83 FEULNER, Markus D®,DM,M(RC) 86 ⇒ 86 PHILP, Ronny D,DM,M® 82 ⇒ 82 BAIER, Daniel DM,M,AM© 88 ⇒ 88 KOHR, Dominik DM,M© 82 ⇑ 83/84 MORÁVEK, Jan M,AM© 86 ⇒ 86 ALTINTOP, Halil AM,F(RLC) 87 ⇒ 87 WERNER, Tobias AM,F(RL) 86 ⇗ 86/87 ESSWEIN, Alexander AM(RL),F(RLC) 86 ⇒ 86 PARKER, Shawn AM,F(LC) 84 ⇒ 84 CAIUBY, Francisco AM(L),F(LC) 83 ⇒ 83 THOMMY, Erik AM,F(RL) 76 ⇒ 76 MATAVZ, Tim F© 88 ⇒ 88 BOBADILLA, Raúl F© 86 ⇒ 86 MÖLDERS, Sascha F© 86 ⇒ 86 DJURDJIC, Nikola F© 85 ⇒ 85 GELIOS, Ioannis GK 76 ⇒ 76 PANGALLO, Antonio D(RC),DM© 75 ⇗ 75-77 UHDE, Maik D,DM© 75 ⇗ 75-77 REINTHALER, Max M,AM© 75 ⇗ 75-77 FETSCH, Mathias F© 80 ⇒ 80 TSG 1899 Hoffenheim BAUMANN, Oliver GK 88 ⇒ 88 CASTEELS, Koen GK 86 ⇒ 86 GRAHL, Jens GK 82 ⇒ 82 SALIHOVIĆ, Sejad D,DM(L),M,AM(LC) 89 ⇓ 88 BECK, Andreas D(RL),DM® 88 ⇒ 88 KIM, Jin-Su D(L) 83 ⇒ 83 TOLJAN, Jeremy D(RLC) 80 ⇒ 80 AKPOGUMA, Kevin D(RLC) 77 ⇒ 77 SCHORR, Patrick D,DM,M(L) 77 ⇒ 77 ABRAHAM, David D© 87 ⇘ 87/86 VESTERGAARD, Jannik D© 86 ⇒ 86 BICAKCIC, Ermin D(RC) 85 ⇒ 85 STROBL, Tobias D,DM,M(RC) 85 ⇑ 86 SÜLE, Niklas D,DM© 85 ⇑ 86/87 RUDY, Sebastian DM©,M(RC) 88 ⇒ 88 POLANSKI, Eugen DM,M© 88 ⇒ 88 SCHWEGLER, Pirmin DM,M© 88 ⇒ 88 HAMAD, Jiloan M,AM(RL) 85 ⇒ 85 FIRMINO, Roberto AM(RLC),F(RL) 90 ⇒ 90 VOLLAND, Kevin AM,F(RLC) 89 ⇒ 89 VUKČEVIĆ, Boris AM(RLC),F(RL) 86 ⇒ 86 ELYOUNOUSSI, Tarik AM(RLC),F(RL) 86 ⇗ 86/87 ZUBER, Steven AM,F(RL) 86 ⇒ 86 HERDLING, Kai AM,F(LC) 83 ⇒ 83 MUSONA, Knowledge AM©,F(RLC) 84 ⇒ 84 HABERER, Janik AM,F(RC) 78 ⇒ 78 SASSI, Ahmed AM© 77 ⇘ 77-75 MODESTE, Anthony F© 88 ⇒ 88 SZALAI, Ádám F© 88 ⇒ 88 SCHIPPLOCK, Sven F© 85 ⇒ 85 STOLZ, Alexander GK 77 ⇒ 77 ADVÍNCULA, Luis D,DM,M,AM,F® 84 ⇒ 84 ROMÁRIO, Santos D,DM,M® 75 ⇒ 75 WEIS, Tobias DM©,M(RC) 85 ⇘ 85/84 WIESER, Sandro DM,M,AM© 82 ⇒ 82 SCHWADORF, Jules M(LC) 75 ⇗ 75-77 HÜRZELER, Fabian M(LC),AM© 75 ⇒ 75 GRIFO, Vincenzo M©,AM(RLC) 78 ⇑ 80-82 MALBAŠIĆ, Filip AM,F(RL) 82 ⇒ 82 BITECO, Guilherme AM(RLC) 78 ⇒ 78 PONCE, Júnior AM(RLC),F(RL) 78 ⇒ 78 NAZÁRIO, Bruno AM(RLC) 77 ⇗ 77/78 GREGORITSCH, Michael F© 80 ⇑ 81-83 Hannover 96 ZIELER, Ron-Robert GK 89 ⇒ 89 ALMER, Robert GK 85 ⇒ 85 MILLER, Markus GK 82 ⇘ 82-80 SCHULZ, Christian D(LC),DM© 88 ⇒ 88 PANDER, Christian D,DM,M(L) 87 ⇒ 87 PRIB, Edgar D,DM(L),M(LC) 87 ⇘ 87/86 ALBORNOZ, Miiko D,DM,M(RL) 83 ⇗ 83/84 THESKER, Stefan D(LC) 82 ⇒ 82 MARCELO, Guedes D© 88 ⇒ 88 FELIPE, Trevizan D© 86 ⇒ 86 HOFFMANN, André D,DM© 86 ⇒ 86 ANDREASEN, Leon D,DM© 85 ⇗ 85/86 STANKEVIČIUS, Marius D(RC) 85 ⇒ 85 GÜLSELAM, Ceyhun D,DM,M© 84 ⇗ 84/85 BALLAS, Florian D(RC),DM© 77 ⇒ 77 SCHULZE, Yannik D(RC),DM© 75 ⇒ 75 SAKAI, Hiroki D,DM,M® 87 ⇗ 87/88 RANKOVIC, Vladimir D,DM,M,AM® 76 ⇗ 76/77 SCHMIEDEBACH, Manuel DM©,M(RC) 88 ⇒ 88 STINDL, Lars M,AM(RC) 88 ⇒ 88 KIYOTAKE, Hiroshi AM(RLC) 88 ⇒ 88 BITTENCOURT, Leonardo AM(RLC),F(RL) 86 ⇑ 87/88 SULEJMANI, Valmir AM,F(LC) 77 ⇒ 77 DIERSSEN, Tim AM(RLC) 76 ⇒ 76 SCHLAUDRAFF, Jan AM,F(RC) 86 ⇘ 86/85 BRIAND, Jimmy AM®,F(RC) 88 ⇘ 88/87 KARAMAN, Kenan F(LC) 77 ⇒ 77 SOBIECH, Artur F© 87 ⇒ 87 JOSELU, Sanmartín F© 86 ⇗ 87/86 KÖNIGSMANN, Timo GK 75 ⇗ 75-77 MESFIN, Khaled D,DM,M(L) 75 75 RÖCKER, Cimo D,DM,M(L) 75 ⇗ 75-77 SANÉ, Salif D,DM© 87 ⇘ 86/87 FRANÇA, Welington D,DM,M© 78 ⇒ 78 PLÄSCHKE, Jannis D®,DM© 75 ⇗ 75-77 NIKCI, Adrian M,AM(RL) 83 ⇒ 83 KASUMOVIC, Almir F© 75 ⇒ 75 Hertha BSC Berlin KRAFT, Thomas GK 87 ⇒ 87 JARSTEIN, Rune GK 85 ⇒ 85 BURCHERT, Sascha GK 78 ⇒ 78 HOSOGAI, Hajime D(RL),DM© 87 ⇒ 87 VAN DEN BERGH, Johannes D,DM,M(L) 86 ⇒ 86 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  2. 23 points
    Sir Rahul

    Rahul W's rating predictions

    Page 200- didn't think we'd get here when I started this casually- thanks all
  3. 18 points
    DiamondCannon

    Rahul W's rating predictions

    Hey guys so I have been looking through the top teams just to stay on top of the stats and so far here are a few players that have some minutes so far for the "big" teams in Europe (keep in mind most of these are not new players, I am just re-posting my findings when researching on my own for all you lazy buggers out there ;): Format TEAM - Name - Rating - Minutes - Comments NAPOLI - Sebastiano Luperto - 83 - 17mins - Might be a good idea to keep an eye for more game time ROMA - J. Kluivert - 85 - 64 mins - is getting game time, known to everyone but is playing nevertheless... MILAN - Davide Calabria - 87 - 90 mins - Milan have only played once but he started and scored PSG - Colin Dagba - NOT ON DB - 180mins - This guy has played 180 mins for PSG so far, look out for him PSG - Stanley N'Soki - 75 - 134mins - I picked him up for 380k, looks like a steal... PSG - Christopher Nkunku - 86 - 181mins - Again known to many, not a sure thing but keep an eye.... PSG - Antoine Bernade - 73 - 170mins - Another one of PSG's new found youth prospects, surely due a big rise PSG - Timothy Weah - 76 - 54mins - The name says it all, scored once as well DIJON - Enzo Loiodice - NOT ON DB - 270min - This guy is 17, has played every minute for second placed Dijon DIJON - Joules Keita - 70 - 38mins - Not a lot of gametime but 2 goals already from 3 games, could be worth a shot for a competitive gameworld LILLE - Zeki Celik - 80 - 266mins - Arrived from Istanbulspor in summer, has played nearly every minute LILLE - Fode Ballo Toure - 83 - 260mins - Had a great season last season, seems to have picked up where he left off. LILLE - Arton Zekaj - 70 - 1min - Came on in 90+3 minute of 3 - 1 win against Rennes, still worth a possible punt at 18 years old LYON - Pape Cheikh - 80 - 81mins - Again, some minutes for Lyon, low rated, keep an eye throughout season MARSEILLE - Duje Caleta-Car - 86 - 90mins - Played one full game then sat on the bench since arriving, could replace Rami long term? MARSEILLE - Boubacar Kamara - 80 - 136mins - Played 455mins last season, one more game and he is halfway to matching his play time, and Marseille have played 3 games! MONACO - Sofiane Diop - 70 - 78mins - An absolute steal, buy him! MONACO - Jordi Mboula - 76 - 151mins - ABSOLUTE BUY, this guy is a future star, purchase him first when going through Monaco.... MONACO - Pietro Pellegri - 80 - 31mins - Hasn't done enough yet, but at 17 he will no doubt be another Monaco Starlet in time to come MONACO - Willem Guebbels - 75 - 67mins - The fact they paid 20 million euros says a lot, future star with the right nuturing CHELSEA - Callum Hudson-Odoi - 73 - 0mins - Great pre season, hasn't done much but is definitely worth a punt, I can't imagine a person reading the forums to not know him, but on here anyways MANCHESTER CITY - Phil Foden - 80 - 8mins - Again most people know him, maybe more time with De Bruyne's injury? We will see ARSENAL - Matteo Guendouzi - 80 - 236mins - As an Arsenal fan myself and having watched him play, I can safely say he is a superb talent, calm on the ball, clever head on such a young kid, few errors here and there but for a kid brand new to the Premier League I am shocked at how well he has adapted, big rise if he carries this on. ARSENAL - Ainsley Maitland-Niles - 85 - 35mins - Recently broke his leg but Unai Emery likes him, plus he is versatile, will be a fixture for Arsenal and hopefully England in years to come BORUSSIA M'GLADBACH - Louise Jordan Beyer - NOT ON DB - 90mins - Played the full 90 minutes agasint Leverkusen and at 18 should be a good find when he comes on (he's a RB) ESPANYOL - Marc Roca - 84 - 180mins - Another know entity, however he has started both games, Espanyol sit second (insignificant this early on but hey) so he could be on track for a rise/move ESPANYOL - Javier Puado - NOT ON DB - 9mins - Came on as 81st minute substitute in Espnayols first game, has 4 year contract with a 40 million euros release clause and was the top scorer of Espanyol B last season (12 goals). Keep shortlisted. VILLARREAL - Manu Morlanes - 76 - 65mins - On the bench the whole of Villarreals first game, but started and played 65 minutes of second game, he is 19 and rated 76, surely worth a punt. Most of these players everyone knows and some of them people don't, just wanted to give people another topic of discussion so feel free to comment, if people have more in depth knowledge of a player I would love to hear more.
  4. 16 points
    Kev

    Rahul W's rating predictions

    Check your preds. 😝
  5. 15 points
    Sir Rahul

    Rahul W's rating predictions

    Happy New Year all! 510 pages for this thread is quite crazy; I had just started it casually in October 2016. We're now in 2019.
  6. 14 points
    TMCosta

    TMCosta X Files

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  7. 14 points
    Sir Rahul

    Rahul W's rating predictions

    Also, 400th page. Wow.
  8. 14 points
    That's the whole point of this thread, to mention players that may be risers. Idk about you but I'd rather share information rather than hoard it. Don't get what your issue is. It's not the first time I've suggested new additions to the database or potential risers on this thread. I waited 36 hours before I posted his name. Did the same with Jonathan David too among others. 36 hours is more than enough to get the first bid in.
  9. 14 points
    Ersavitzs

    Rahul W's rating predictions

    -1 to 88
  10. 14 points
    Re: English Championship 7777 - Discussion Thread GILLETTE SOCCER SATURDAY TURN10 - PREMIER LEAGUE Welcome to our first special addition of "Gillette Soccer Saturday", this will happen on some different occasions throughout the season giving a full report on how all of the clubs have performed throughout the day. We are presenting coverage from all 10 matches in Turn 10 in the Barclays Premier League. The main team of presenters are all here to give full commentary on how the games are going, they include in the studio: Charlie Nicholas, Matt Le Tissier, Paul Merson and Phil Thompson. And, around the other grounds in England for the Division 1 matches include: Bianca Westwood, Kammy, John Salako and Iain Dowie. All ten games can have factors which affect teams at the top and bottom of the table. Show Introduction Stelling: Welcome, there are some cracking games on offer today in the Barclays Premier League, all of which could have major effects at the top and bottom of the league. We have all the goal updates as they come in. Currently at the top of the table sees Plymouth going strong leading the chase ahead of Liverpool and Tottenham. Middlesbrough also are in 4th position and take the final Champions League place. But, struggling at the bottom of the table is North-West side Preston North End and are surrounded in the relegation places currently by Shorpe and Nottm Forest with Aston Villa just hovering over the relegation position. Here are the fixtures for the day... Presenters covering each game: Charlie Nicholas - Manchester United vs Everton Matt Le Tissier - Nottm Forest vs Manchester City Phil Thompson - Tottenham vs Leeds United Paul Merson - Aston Villa vs Plymouth Iain Dowie - West Brom vs Shorpe Bianca Westwood - West Ham vs C.Palace John Salako - Liverpool vs Preston Chris Kamara - Arsenal vs Sunderland Tony Cottee - Middlesborough vs Blackpool David Craig - Colchester vs Sheffield United Charlie Nicholas: Manchester United (14th) vs Everton (4th) This game has the potential to be a cracker, Manchester United have started the season poorly while Everton have surprised many as they have shot into the Champions League places and games like these tonight will really prove whether they are worth the money. Rick will venture into his 300th game as manager of Manchester United and will hope to pick up a big win at the Theatre Of Dreams. Success is the key for big teams like Manchester United but they will need big players like Gareth Bale, Rooney and Ibrahimovic will need to perform. SUPER 6 PREDICTIONS: Phil Thompson - M.United 2-0 Everton Paul Merson - M.United 3-1 Everton Matt Le Tissier - M.United 0-1 Everton Charlie Nicholas - M.United 1-2 Everton Jeff Stelling - M.United 3-0 Everton Matt Le Tissier: Nottm Forest (18th) vs Manchester City (12th) Nottingham Forest have had a slow start to the season, towards the end of last season Nottingham Forest were involved in a relegation battle and were hoping that they could start the season brightly and challenge for a Top 10 position but again they have found themselves in and around the relegtion positions unlike there Mancunian opponents who are currently 12 in the league but have been involved in a poor run of form only picking up 3 points out of a possible 18 points. Although on paper the results haven't been stellar for either side, there is the possibility that it could be a cracking game. SUPER 6 PREDICTIONS: Phil Thompson - Nottm Forest 0-1 Man City Paul Merson - Nottm Forest 2-0 Man City Matt Le Tissier - Nottm Forest 0-0 Man City Charlie Nicholas - Nottm Forest 1-1 Man City Jeff Stelling - Nottm Forest 0-1 Man City Phil Thompson: Tottenham (2nd) vs Leeds United (10th) Tottenham are expected to pick up a consecutive victory tonight against Leeds United and challenge for the top spot. You look at the performances from Tottenham and they have been fantastic and it will be a shock if they cannot emulate some of those performances into todays game and win the game against Leeds easily... (Paul Merson during this preview, described these comments about Leeds as "harsh", Phil reacted to this by saying..) I personally think Leeds will have to get there tactics spot on to pick a victory. Benzema for Tottenham has been in sublime form and he should pick up his 10th goal in the league today, under the belief that he starts. But, in fairness to Leeds they have performed well this year and with a few victories they can easily find themselves up there with some of the best. SUPER 6 PREDICTIONS: Phil Thompson - Tottenham 3-0 Leeds Paul Merson - Tottenham 1-0 Leeds Matt Le Tissier - Tottenham 2-1 Leeds Charlie Nicholas - Tottenham 1-1 Leeds Jeff Stelling - Tottenham 0-1 Leeds Paul Merson: Aston Villa (17th) vs Plymouth (1st) Plymouth have shown all the top teams in this division that they are the team to watch this year and that they should be feared, Plymouth have had an amazing start to the season and it is expected that they will pick up another 3 points against a relegation threatened Aston Villa side. Villa have had an unfortunate start to the season but there are many teams around them that could possibly fall into the relegation spots if they are able to pick up some wins. SUPER 6 PREDICTIONS: Phil Thompson - Aston Villa 0-2 Plymouth Paul Merson - Aston Villa 0-3 Plymouth Matt Le Tissier - Aston Villa 1-3 Plymouth Charlie Nicholas - Aston Villa 0-1 Plymouth Jeff Stelling - Aston Villa 0-1 Plymouth ---------------------------------------------------------------- 8:00 PM - ALL GAMES KICK OFF 8:15 PM Stelling: And we're off to Anfield, we hear there is a goal and it's come from a certain German starlet? John Salako: Yes, Andre Schurrle has put Liverpool ahead and infact scored the first goal of the evening in Division 1, Andre linked up brilliantly with his companion in midfield Aaron Hunt who is also from Germany and Schurrle cut onto the outside and tried his luck with the outside of his boot and struck a curling strike in the right corner of the net and the keeper had no chance! 15 minutes gone. Liverpool 1-0 Preston North End rOgdLQWM03M 8:20 PM Stelling: Currently a silent evening in Division 1 for the football, many teams coming close but a lot struggling to pick out that final goal at the moment. All games currently except at Anfield all still goalless. 8:25PM Stelling: Finally! Another goal tonight, this time we go to The Hawthorns, reporting for us tonight at West Brom is Iain Dowie, who's got on the scoresheet Iain? Iain Dowie: It's Luis Suarez, the man who has made 155 appearances for this club has scored his 37th goal, the goal came from a free-kick, Joel Matip brought down the Swiss international Inler, this lead to Gonzalo Castro placing in a lovely cross which Suarez latched onto and headed into the net. 25 minutes on the clock. West Brom 1-0 Shorpe 8:26PM Stelling: Now the goals are starting to come in, we're off to Old Trafford now. Come on Charlie, tell us who's found the net. Charlie Nicholas: Oooooh it's the main man again! Zlatan Ibrahimovic, what a star, what a footballer. He is Mr consistent! (the whole Gilette Soccer Saturday team laugh in hysterics) Paul Merson: Mr Consistent??!!! Charlie Nicholas: "7 goals in 11 games now for Man United, that's consistent. The goal came after Bale danced around the defence before he placed a fantastic ball into the box and Ibra powerfully headed in! United 1-0 up against Everton!" 8:28 - 8:32PM *GOAL UPDATES* WEST BROM 1-1 SHORPE (M. DIAME 28) LIVERPOOL 2-0 PRESTON (L.MESSI 30) MANCHESTER UNITED 2-0 EVERTON (M.HUMMELS 32) 8:36PM Stelling: Most of the goals have gone into the net in the North-West of England with Liverpool and Manchester United both netting 2 goals each at the moment but we now go to the North-East as we're hearing there has been a goal at Middlesborough, but Tony Cottee, who has gone ahead in this game. Tony Cottee: It's been a tightly contested affair here at the moment between Middlesborough and Blackpool but it's Middlesborough here who have broke the deadlock here through Dirk Kuyt whose shot luckily deflects off the Blackpool defender and he has put Middlesborough ahead 1-0! Middlesborough 1-0 Blackpool 8:45 PM - HALFTIME 9:00PM SECOND HALF STARTS: 9:02PM Stelling: We're now off to Old Trafford again, is it Game Over or Game On. Charlie Nicholas, we come to you again. Charlie Nicholas: It is Game On! Everton have found new life after half time and the goal comes from one of there backup strikers, Kevin Gameiro, they were awarded a penalty after he was brought down by Pique, Kevin struck it and it blasted into the back of then net, Man United 2-1 Everton. Stelling: If he can keep up these performances he might be in with a shout of making a few more appearances this year for Everton, he has struggled to pick up a first team place with Dzeko and Ba chosen ahead of him. Manchester United 2-1 Everton 9:05 PM: Stelling: And now we're seeing a shock result come to order here, Phil, tell us more about it. Phil Thompson: This has really surprised me, Leeds have took the lead here after Marco Reus dribbled past the 3 "rocks" at the back in Alves and Bonucci. Marco, who I have been a big fan of has been in fantastic form this season and if anyone was going to score first today it would be him! The German attacking midfielder has put Leeds 1-0 ahead! Reus celebrates in fantastic fashion shushing the North London crowd. 9:08 - 9:17PM *GOAL UPDATES* MANCHESTER UNITED 3-1 SHORPE (G.BALE 53) ARSENAL 0-1 SUNDERLAND (A.SZALAI 62) WEST BROM 1-2 SHORPE (DIEGO MILITO 62) 9:21-9:22PM Stelling: Woah. Just as we've returned from a game in the Championship, I think my ears are unable to think after hearing Phil Thompson screaming as I'm hearing that 2 goals in 2 minutes have gone in?! Phil Thompson: Just as Lavezzi pulled back an equaliser for Tottenham Hotspurs after a lovely wonderstrike, James Rodriguez goes down the other end, the attack just after the goal and nets one into the bottom right hand corner of the goal after some lovely teamwork with his Colombian team-mate Falcao. TOTTENHAM 1-2 LEEDS 9:23PM: Stelling: Just as we thought there could have been a possible comeback before for Everton, it really is GAME OVER now. A typical Gareth Bale wonder-strike Charlie? Charlie Nicholas: It certainly is. This boy loves to strike it from a distance and boy has he done it again! He's got his second goal of the day but I'm sure he'll favour this goal to his previous goal as this was fantastic. Here it is now! Oooooft. Brilliant. ipyVUBRJwBc 9:29 - 9:33PM Stelling: It's not been an exciting evening of football has it Bianca until now? Bianca Westwood: I don't know where these two goals have just instantly arrived from Jeff? In the first half, both teams were really struggling to get any chances on goal and in the 2nd half we have slowly started to see the potential of both sides, especially West Ham and that has been known now as Rakitisky and Lukaku have both found the net after heading in goals to pick up the 3 points for West Ham. The fans have been waiting to cheer all evening and now they have there opportunity to, just 12minutes left of the 90 to go, it's West Ham 2-0 Crystal Palace. 9:36 - 9:43 Stelling: And Liverpool have gone from strength to strength in this game and really found there feet haven't they John? John Salako: Magical Messi. He just dances around the defence, it is lovely to watch and wait, GOOOOOAAAAAAALLLLLLLLLLLLLL It is now 4-0 for Liverpool, Thomas Muller has latched onto the cross from Messi and helped the crowd still here at Anfield to roar in jubilation. This will now put them 2nd in the league and will certainly help there goal difference, they have been brilliant today. (Everyone in the studio laughs at John's sudden roar as the 4th goal went in) Liverpool 4-0 Preston North End 9:45PM: FULL TIME. Final Scores: Tottenham Hotspur 1-2 Leeds United Aston Villa 0-1 Plymouth Argyle Arsenal 0-2 Sunderland Nottm Forest 0-0 Manchester City West Brom 1-2 Shorpe Man United 4-1 Everton Colchester 0-0 Sheffield United Middlesborough 2-0 Blackpool Liverpool 4-0 Preston North End West Ham 2-0 Crystal Palace League Table 1 Plymouth Argyle, 31 (+5) 2 Liverpool, 28 (+4) 3 Middlesborough, 28 (+3) 4 Tottenham Hotspur, 27 (+11) 5 Sunderland, 26 (+12) 6 Blackpool, 25 (+8) 7 Everton, 25 (+2) 8 Crystal Palace, 24 (+3) 9 Leeds United, 23 (+11) 10 Arsenal, 22 (+8) 11 Sheffield United, 21 (-3) 12 Manchester United, 20 (-2) 13 Manchester City, 19 (+6) 14 West Ham United, 18 (-5) 15 West Brom, 17 (-6) 16 Colchester United, 16 (-8) 17 Nottingham Forest, 14 (-10) 18 Aston Villa, 13 (-4) 19 Shorpe United, 13 (-14) 20 Preston North End, 8 (-21)
  11. 13 points
    Sir Rahul

    Rahul W's rating predictions

    My rating predictions for all threads. Links below direct to the named league. I can do teams/leagues on demand- but not every team from a league as some aren't really relevant/significant. Tip: Control + F to search for which ever player you want. Cheers! Predictions done: Czech Republic First League Greece Super League Switzerland Super League Croatia 1.HNL France Ligue 1 Germany Bundesliga Italy Serie A England Premier League Spain La Liga Incomplete predictions done: Asia Review done: Scotland Premiership Poland Ekstraklasa Chinese Super League Brazil Série A Argentina Primera División Dutch Eredivisie Portugal Liga NOS Turkey Süper Lig England Championship MLS Russia Premier League Belgium Jupiler League Ukraine Premier League Austria Bundesliga
  12. 12 points
    I think you need to play in a competitive game world mate.
  13. 12 points
    Sir Rahul

    Rahul W's rating predictions

    https://www.transfermarkt.com/ousmane-dembele/leistungsdaten/spieler/288230 do these minutes justify a 91? and how does trophies matter in this discussion? Juve should be getting extensive rises then too English? People are free to speak whatever they want in my thread, but I'm just not sure how many could help if it ain't English. Respect? What's the point of doing extensive preds for all 100 big 5 leagues teams + many other minor leagues if you're going to ask again here? Opinion? Don't see the opinion in putting 88 players and asking for other's thoughts. others, if I'm wrong, please let me know. thanks.
  14. 11 points
    TMNT

    Rahul W's rating predictions

    LOL you are an entertaining clown I'll give you that.
  15. 11 points
    vitor_mfc

    Rahul W's rating predictions

    Please, explain what are you talking about? Confess, you just read a headline and now you're making things up of what the article might have said. Leroy Sané is returning to Schalke today, yes, but to play for Manchester City against them, not to join the back. Champions League: Leroy Sané returns to Schalke ready to make his mark
  16. 11 points
    Monolithic

    A new risers thread

    As there are several leagues that are due a review that haven't really been fully predicted on the board, I thought that I would add some here. Obviously any discussion or additions are welcome. Bulgaria China Croatia Denmark Israel Morocco Norway Poland Romania Rest of Europe Saudi Arabia Scotland Slovenia South America Sweden
  17. 11 points
    thorgan lesar

    Rahul W's rating predictions

    Happy Christmas everyone
  18. 11 points
    dariosav

    Rahul W's rating predictions

    I'm on SM since 2010 and this is absolutely been the worst Italian review ever. It's true, every time there are a lot of discussions, often we simply have too high expectations for our players. But this time it's different, the reviews i'm talking about were so obvious that i feel like they ignored these players: Szczesny, Insigne, Ounas, Politano, Suso, Kessie, Hateboer, Ferrari, Bourabia, Hugo, Belotti (still 91?!?), Zaza (still 90?!?), Sepe, Iacoponi (probably the most shameful, how can be 82 a player who started all the games in the 12th side? Oh, he's 31, sorry), Barillà, Paloschi (-1 at least...), Teodorczyk (same as Paloschi), Nuytinck, Sportiello (-1). Again, i'm only talking about obvious reviews missed, about which i was 100% sure. In addition there are a lot of questionable reviews, as usual, i won't name them because i'd end tomorrow (who said Zielinski?). And i'm not talking as a person who only watch the stats, i'm a fan who watchs at least 4-5 Serie A matches a week. SM has to realize that they cannot continue in this way. The community needs more frequent reviews, and more accurate.
  19. 11 points
    TMCosta

    Rahul W's rating predictions

    Its christmas...+1 to everyone LOL Did inter won the champions?
  20. 11 points
    lgierberg

    Rahul W's rating predictions

    Im from Argentina, keep an eye on this: River: Exequiel PALACIOS +7 (some caps on NT with great performance) G. MONTIEL +4 S. BORRE +2/3 F. ARMANI +1/2 (best Argentinian GK at the moment) Independiente: F. BUSTOS +3 (some caps on NT) A. FRANCO +3 (some caps on NT) M. MEZA +2 (some caps on NT and played WC) Racing: R. SARAVIA +3 (best player today against Brazil) Boca: Is not playing well and players has high ratings... i think W. BARRIOS and N. NANDEZ are best perform right now, also S. VILLA could be the biggest increase and A. ALMENDRA a big prospect. E. ANDRADA was having good performances as starter GK but now is injured i think the rest of the year. San Lorenzo: I think RENIERO is going to be the highest increase, perhaps with +5. Huracan: Keep and eye on foreign players: S. SALCEDO, O. ALDERETE and A. ROA. Biggest promises are: E. PALACIOS (River), A. ALMENDRA (Boca), M. PELLEGRINI (Estudiantes), P. DE LA VEGA (Lanus), J. PORTAU (Estudiantes), Not at DB yet: L. BALERDI (Boca, wanted by Barcelona and Juventus), T. ALMADA (Velez, only 17 years, great future) and G. VERON (Argentinos Jurnirors, only 17 years like Almada and performing well, also scored a goal).
  21. 11 points
    Monolithic

    Rahul W's rating predictions

    It doesn't really work like that though does it. For example, if SM felt one player were worth 91.6 and another player were worth 92.4, then they would both be given 92. That doesn't mean that they have both performed equally well though. That's why predicting rises is not an exact science. I think we could all give examples of players who have the same ratings, but who are clearly of different abilities.
  22. 11 points
    Sir Rahul

    Rahul W's rating predictions

    The past year has been a great one writing-wise. I featured on platforms I only dreamt of once, written some pieces that I really enjoyed and made some solid progress along the way too. But mostly, it's been a lot of fun. If you feel I'm deserving of recognition, you can nominate me for the Best Young Football Blogger award at the Football Blogging Awards 2018. You can vote on Twitter by copying and tweeting the below message: I am voting in @theFBAs for @rahulw_ in the category #fbayoungblogger #FBAs You can also vote on the FBAs website by using the following link (https://www.footballbloggingawards.co.uk/…/vote-now-footba…/ ) and putting my name, as well as my writing portfolio (https://wakelet.com/@RahulWarrier) in the category for Best Young Football Blogger. A nomination would go a long way towards recognition, further progress and opportunities. All help/shares/votes are truly appreciated. Thanks for the support! Rahul
  23. 10 points
    Sir Louis Cower

    Cheap, obscure risers - By LkV

    Hi. I created this thread to post some cheap risers I'm finding around the world. They can be useful if you like a tough challenge with not too much money to spend (i.e. if you start in a new English Championship, from Division 5). I don't know WHEN the players will be reviewed and IF they will. In fact, I can't be 100% sure so I won't be posting any "new rating" thing. Any advice (not about the players of course :P) is welcome. Once a player is reviewed, I'll stop following him and updating his stats. Sebastián CÁCERES Luis ACEVEDO Jhon ARBOLEDA Ricardo GRIGORE Oliveira RONALDO Rose to 78 Glenn BIJL Rose to 73 David KILIÁN Gabriel SIMION Darius OLARU Andreas SKOV OLSEN
  24. 10 points
    Tharanidharan

    Rahul W's rating predictions

    Happy New Year everyone
  25. 10 points
    Sir Rahul

    Rahul W's rating predictions

    Merry Christmas all! Have a good one
  26. 10 points
    1000dB

    Rahul W's rating predictions

    Just not tall enough to reach 90 - Courtois
  27. 10 points
    Kev

    Rahul W's rating predictions

    A few people going a bit off topic in the last couple of days. Can you lot get your own thread and go and be bitter and patronising to each other there?
  28. 10 points
    Sir Rahul

    Rahul W's rating predictions

    you're kidding, right? I may have repeated, check my preds, for at least 30 times now. So this is the last time I'm doing it. Next time I'll straight up ignore. Honestly a lack of respect for my preds, which I like doing, but even then takes some time. This was never meant to be a 'buy, sell or keep' thread, but seeing as the rest of the forum is dead I don't mind. But this is a joke, 88 players that too. so yeah, just a short rant. thanks.
  29. 10 points
    Kev

    Rahul W's rating predictions

    Only if he blows the bloody doors off.
  30. 10 points
    ProfeQuintero

    Rahul W's rating predictions

    Boring
  31. 10 points
    Sir Rahul

    Rahul W's rating predictions

    Wishing everyone a Merry Christmas!
  32. 9 points
    vitor_mfc

    Rahul W's rating predictions

    You can try and see if someone like Benoit Badiashile, Ander Barrenetxea, Karim Adeyemi, Emanuel Vignato, Mattia Zennaro, Lucien Agoume are available. If you would not care about age, I would try and see if Philipp Klement, he's 26 and 78 rated but has 16 goals and 9 assists in 2. Bundesliga. His team Paderborn will most likely rise to 1. Bundesliga and I can see him rising quite a lot and making you money that you can reinvest. Just a tip.
  33. 9 points
    jlammy

    Rahul W's rating predictions

    But but but.... Liverpool are the best team in the world, they will win the Prem and the Champions League. Van Dijk is the best defender since Beckenbauer, Trent is a right back who's too good to play at right back, the next Lahm, and Klopp is a managerial genius who just happens to be funny AND handsome. What's not to love about the scousers?
  34. 9 points
    Cvilhete

    Rahul W's rating predictions

    Mo Salah against the Premier League top 6 this season: ❌ vs. Spurs ❌ vs. Chelsea ❌ vs. Man City ❌ vs. Arsenal ❌ vs. Man Utd ⚽ vs. Arsenal ❌ vs. Man City He has not scored against any club in the top 4 right now. Anyone who thinks this guy deserves 95 and then 96 at then end of the season needs their head checked
  35. 9 points
    Un Sandpiper

    Rahul W's rating predictions

    I prefer his cousin Hocus Pocus
  36. 9 points
    vitor_mfc

    Rahul W's rating predictions

    Ahaha, the last 3 United games, talking about being carried away, and how about the last 5/6 months in between he was crap? Everyone that rose with the WC effect were under rated, Pogba is not, he's perfectly rated for what he's shown all year round. By the way, doing stupid stuff after scoring goals don't get you a rise.
  37. 9 points
    Sir Rahul

    Rahul W's rating predictions

    done
  38. 9 points
    Sir Rahul

    Rahul W's rating predictions

    EPL done
  39. 9 points
    Soccahappy

    Rahul W's rating predictions

    Some early Random stats / thoughts, if they are useful to forumites I'll continue but if they are considered "Old News" or someone would rather I "keep it to yourself" then I'll do so... Today a focus on a few clubs in La Liga. Real Madrid drop 2 points behind Barca when losing 1-0 at half-time at Athletic. Ceballos subbed at half-time for Casemiro and it ended 1-1. Similarly Barca at Real Sociedad behind at half-time to an early Elustondo goal but Suarez 63mins & Dembele (again) 66mins take all 3points. Semedo came off for Coutinho at Half-Time & probably made the difference. Dembele now 320mins out of 360 and 3 Goals! Will he now become a regular this season?? Lenglet unused sub has 25mins this season so far. Malcom (rated 89) 9mins this season (Injured on 2 Sep). Melo Arthur (87) 27mins. Vidal 51mins, N Semedo 92, Vallejo & Denis Suarez (out since 29 july with ruptured thigh muscle) zero mins. S. Samper foot injury since 21 August. Athletic: Lekue (Ankle Fracture) anticipated return Mid Oct. Gk Unai Simon played 3 out of 3 (all 270mins) conceding 4 goals. Nolaskoain (70) unused sub 180 out of 270mins Yerry Alvarez (87) 270 out of 270mins Celta Vigo 3rd and a mighy win 2-0 v Atletico back on 1st Sep 83 rated Fran Beltran 270 out of 270mins 88 rated Lobotka 270 out of 270mins 88 rated Maxi Gomez 270 out of 270mins with 2 goals 2 assists! 86 rated Junior alonso 270 out of 270mins 89 rated Sisto 203 out of 270mins 82 rated Brais Mendez 86 out of 270mins 85 rated E Mor only 38 out of 270mins so far. Real Betis 9th with 5pts but have only conceded 1goal in 4 games - Gk Pau Lopez (87) 100% mins 83 rated Junior Firpo 360 out of 360mins 86 rated L Moron 239 out of 360mins 82 rated F Guerrero 240 out of 360mins Wm Carvalho out since 10 Sep with Hamstring Injury
  40. 9 points
    arsenalrocs

    Worldwide Risers

    Brazil 50 Players, enjoy! Bruno Pacheco Age: 25 Position: D , DM, M ( L ) Club: Atletico Goianiense Rating: 77 Predicted rating: 80 Started 29 games. Correa Gilvan Age: 28 Position: D ( C ) Club: Atletico Goianiense Rating: 77 Predicted rating: 80 Started 24 games. Leonel Claudinho Age: 20 Position: AM, F (RL) Club: Ponte Preta Rating: 73 Predicted rating: 76 Started 8 games and came on as a sub 8 times. Mauricio Kozlinski Age: 26 Position: GK Club: Avai FC Rating: 73 Predicted rating: 77 Started 10 games. Douglas Friedrich Age: 28 Position: GK Club: Avai FC Rating: 78 Predicted rating: 82 Started 28 matches. Tavares Judson Age: 24 Position: DM, M ( C ) Club: Avai FC Rating: 77 Predicted rating: 80 Started 33 games. Edson Capa Age: 24 Position: D, DM, M ( L ) Club: Avai FC Rating: 77 Predicted rating: 80 Started 27 games and came on as a sub twice. Junior Marcio Age: 24 Position: D ( C ) Club: Coritiba Rating: 73 Predicted rating: 80 Started 20 games, came on as a sub once and scored 1 goal. Edimar Juninho Age: 18 Position: AM, F ( RLC ) Club: Sport Recife Rating: 70 Predicted rating: 73 Started 2 games and came on as a sub 11 times. Costa Fabricio Age: 19 Position: DM, M ( C ) Club: Sport Recife Rating: 70 Predicted rating: 73 Started 3 games and came on as a sub 4 times. Seabra Thallyson Age: 21 Position: DM, M ( C ) Club: Sport Recife Rating: 70 Predicted rating: 75 Started 3 games, came on as a sub 12 times and scored 1 goal. Bezerra Patrick Age: 25 Position: M ( C ) Club: Sport Recife Rating: 78 Predicted rating: 82 Started 31 games, came on as a sub once and scored 3 goals. Bortolotto Sander Age: 27 Position: D, DM, M ( L ) Club: Sport Recife Rating: 70 Predicted rating: 80 Started 20 games and came on as a sub 3 times. Xavier Marlon Age: 20 Position: D, DM, M ( L ) Club: Fluminense Rating: 76 Predicted rating: 80 Started 15 games. Marcus Wendel Age: 20 Position: M ( C ) Club: Fluminense Rating: 78 Predicted rating: 82 Started 29 matches, came on as a sub 4 times and scored 5 goals. Wesley Frazan Age: 21 Position: D ( C ) Club: Fluminense Rating: 70 Predicted rating: 75 Started 5 matches and came on as a sub once. Leo Pele Age: 21 Position: D, DM, M ( L ) Club: Fluminense Rating: 70 Predicted rating: 80 Started 19 games, came on as a sub thrice and scored 1 goal. Matheus Alessandro Age: 21 Position: AM (RLC) Club: Fluminense Rating: 70 Predicted rating: 74 Started 1 game, came on as a sub 17 times and scored 1 goal. Marlon Freitas Age: 22 Position: DM, M ( C ) Club: Fluminense Rating: 70 Predicted rating: 78 Started 15 games and came on as a sub once. Junior Tavares Age: 21 Position: D, DM, M ( L ) Club: Sao Paulo Rating: 78 Predicted rating: 82 Started 13 games and came on as a sub once. Junior Marcinho Age: 22 Position: DM, M ( C ) Club: Sao Paulo Rating: 75 Predicted rating: 80 Started 17 games, came on as a sub 5 times and scored 2 goals. Jean Filho Age: 22 Position: GK Club: EC Bahia Rating: 76 Predicted rating: 83 Started 38 games. Juninho Capixaba Age: 20 Position: D, DM, M ( L ) Club: EC Bahia Rating: 73 Predicted rating: 78 Started 16 matches and came on as a sub once. Ze Rafael Age: 24 Position: AM (RLC) Club: ED Bahia Rating: 78 Predicted rating: 82 Started 35 games, came on as a sub once and scored 3 goals. Jose Ivaldo Age: 20 Position: D ( C ) Club: Atletico Paranaense Rating: 70 Predicted rating: 74 Started 5 matches and came on as a sub once. Lucas Ribamar Age: 20 Position: F ( C ) Club: Atletico Paranaense Rating: 77 Predicted rating: 80 Started 16 matches, came on as a sub 4 times and scored 5 goals. Pereira Wanderson Age: 26 Position: D ( C ) Club: Atletico Paranaense Rating: 80 Predicted rating: 83 Started 25 games and scored 2 goals. Matheus Fernandes Age: 19 Position: DM, M ( C ) Club: Botafogo FR Rating: 76 Predicted rating: 80 Started 20 games and came on as a sub twice. Igor Rabello Age: 22 Position: D ( C ) Club: Botafogo FR Rating: 76 Predicted rating: 82 Started 31 matches and scored 1 goal. Brenner Marlos Age: 23 Position: F ( C ) Club: Botafogo FR Rating: 70 Predicted rating: 78 Started 14 matches, came on as a sub 4 times and scored 6 goals. Guilherme Augusto Age: 22 Position: AM (RL), F (RLC) Club: Botafogo FR Rating: 77 Predicted rating: 80 Started 10 games, came on as a sub 22 times and scored 4 goals. Manoel Arnaldo Age: 25 Position: D, DM, M ( R ) Club: Botafogo FR Rating: 73 Predicted rating: 82 Started 30 matches. Severino Yago Age: 22 Position: DM, M ( C ) Club: Atletico Mineiro Rating: 76 Predicted rating: 80 Started 15 matches, came on as a sub 9 times and scored 1 goal. Carniel Jandrei Age: 24 Position: GK Club: Chapecoense AF Rating: 76 Predicted rating: 80 Started 38 matches. Fabricio Bruno Age: 21 Position: D ( C ) Club: Chapecoense AF Rating: 76 Predicted rating: 82 Started 24 games, came on as a sub once and scored 1 goal. Lucas Mineiro Age: 21 Position: DM, M ( C ) Club: Chapecoense AF Rating: 73 Predicted rating: 77 Started 13 games and came on as a sub 6 times. Lucas Marques Age: 22 Position: D, DM ( R ), M (RC) Club: Chapecoense AF Rating: 73 Predicted rating: 77 Started 12 matches, came on as a sub twice and scored 3 goals. Mateus Vital Age: 19 Position: AM (RLC) Club: Vasco da Gama Rating: 77 Predicted rating: 82 Started 28 games, came on as a sub twice and scored 2 goals. Filho Paulinho Age: 17 Position: AM (RLC), F(RL) Club: Vasco da Gama Rating: 75 Predicted rating: 78/80 Started 12 matches, came on as a sub 6 times and scored 3 goals. Jean Carlos Age: 23 Position: DM, M ( C ) Club: Vasco da Gama Rating: 78 Predicted rating: 82 Started 32 games, came on as a sub twice and scored 1 goal. Rodrigues Thiago Age: 21 Position: GK Club: Flamengo Rating: 75 Predicted rating: 78 Started 11 games. Vinicius Junior Age: 17 Position: AM, F (RLC) Club: Flamengo Rating: 70 Predicted rating: 77 Started 4 games, came on as a sub 21 times and scored 3 goals. Murilo Cerqueira Age: 20 Position: D ( C ) Club: Cruzeiro Rating: 73 Predicted rating: 80 Started22 games and came on as a sub twice. Diogo Barbosa Age: 25 Position: D, DM, M ( L ) Club: Cruzeiro Rating: 83 Predicted rating: 85/86 Started 31 matches and scored 1 goal. Melo Arthur Age: 21 Position: DM, M, AM ( C ) Club: Gremio Rating: 75 Predicted rating: 83 Started 27 games and scored 1 goal. Lucas Verissimo Age: 22 Position: D ( C ) Club: Santos FC Rating: 77 Predicted rating: 83 Started 34 matches. Jean Mota Age: 24 Position: D, DM, M ( L ), AM (RLC) Club: Santos FC Rating: 80 Predicted rating: 83 Started 25 matches, came on as a sub 5 times and scored 1 goal. Guilherme Arana Age: 20 Position: D, DM, M ( L ) Club: Corinthians Rating: 82 Predicted rating: 85 Started 32 games and scored 2 goals. Barberan Maycon Age: 20 Position: DM, M ( C ) Club: Corinthians Rating: 82 Predicted rating: 85 Started 32 games, came on as a sub 4 times and scored 2 goals. Pedro Henrique Age: 22 Position: D ( C ) Club: Corinthians Rating: 78 Predicted rating: 82 Started 19 games, came on as a sub thrice and scored 1 goal.
  41. 9 points
    Monolithic

    A new risers thread

    Germany - Bundesliga Note: As it seems that a couple of posters misunderstood these predictions, I felt it necessary to add this disclaimer. A ? means that a rise is possible, but questionable. Some are more questionable than others obviously. Bayern GK – Sven Ulreich (29) – 88 (89?) DR/DMRC/MRC – Sebastian Rudy (27) – 90 (91) 91 DRL/DMC/MC/AMC – Corentin Tolisso (23) – 90 (91?) 91 DC/DMC – Niklas Sule (22) – 89 (90) 90 DC/DMRC/MRC - Joshua Kimmich (22) - 91 (92?) AMRLC/FRLC – Kingsley Coman (21) – 89 (90) 90 Dortmund GK – Roman Burki (26) – 90 (91?) DR/DMRC/MRC/AMRC – Gonzalo Castro (30) – 90 (91?) DRL/DMRL - Jeremy Toljan (24) - 86 (87) 87 DRC – Marc Bartra (26) – 89 (90?) 90 DLC – Dan-Axel Zagadou (18) – 75 (83) 80 DMC/MC – Nuri Sahin (29) – 89 (90) AMRLC/FRL – Christian Pulisic (19) – 87 (89) 89 AMRLC/FRL – Jadon Sancho (17) – 70 (76) 76 AMRLC/FRLC – Maximilian Philipp (23) – 87 (88/89) 89 Leipzig GK – Peter Gulacsi (27) – 87 (88) 88 DRL/DMC – Diego Demme (25) – 87 (88) 88 DRLC – Lukas Klostermann (21) – 82 (85/86) 85 DRC/DMC – Willi Orban (24) – 88 (89) DC/DMC – Ibrahima Konate (18) – 77 (80) 80 DLC/DML – Marcel Halstenberg (26) – 87 (88) 88 DC/DMC – Dayot Upamecamo (18) – 85 (87) 87 DMC/MC – Konrad Laimer (20) – 85 (86) AMRLC/FRLC – Marcel Sabitzer (23) – 88 (89) 90 AMRL/FRLC – Jean-Kevin Augustin (20) – 82 (85) 86 Hannover GK – Philipp Tschauner (31) – 83 (85) 85 DL/DMLC/MLC – Matthias Ostrzolek (27) – 86 (87) DC – Waldemar Anton (21) – 84 (86) 85 DMC/MC – Marvin Bakalorz (28) – 83 (85) 85 DC/DMC – Salif Sane (27) – 87 (88?) MR/AMR – Felix Klaus (25) – 85 (86) AMRLC/FRLC – Martin Harnik (30) – 86 (87) AMRL/FRLC – Niclas Fullkrug (24) – 82 (84) 84 AMRL/FRLC – Kenan Karaman (23) – 83 (84) 84 AMRL/FRLC – Ihlas Bebou (23) – 82 (84) 85 Schalke Dl/DML/ML – Bastian Oczipka (27) – 87 (88) 88 DRLC/DMC – Thilo Kehrer (21) – 82 (85) 86 DC/DMC – Benjamin Stambouli (27) – 87 (88?) MC – Weston McKennie (19) – 70 (78/80) 78 MC/AMRLC – Amine Harit (20) – 85 (87) 87 AMC/FC – Fabian Reese (19) – 75 (78/80) 78 Hoffenheim DR/DMR/MR - Pavel Kaderabek (25) - 87 (88?) DC/DMC – Benjamin Hubner (28) – 87 (88) 88 DRC – Stefan Posch (20) – 73 (78/80) 77 DRC/DMC – Kevin Vogt (26) – 87 (88) 88 DMC/MC/AMC – Dennis Geiger (19) – 75 (83) 82 MC/AMC – Kerem Demirbay (24) – 87 (88) 89 MC/AMRLC – Nadiem Amiri (21) – 87 (88) 88 MRL/AMRL – Steven Zuber (26) – 87 (88) 88 AMRLC/FRL – Robin Hack (19) – 73 (77) 76 FC – Mark Uth (26) – 87 (88) 88 Eintracht Frankfurt DR/DMR/MR – Timothy Chandler (27) – 86 (87) DL/DML/ML – Talb Tawatha (25) – 83 (84/85) 84 DLC – Simon Falette (25) – 85 (86/87) 86 AMRL/FRLC – Marius Wolf (22) – 80 (82) 82 AMRLC/FRLC – Ante Rebic (24) – 84 (85/86) 85 AMRLC/FRL – Mijat Gacinovic (22) – 86 (87) FC – Sebastien Haller (23) – 87 (88) 88 Monchengladbach DRLC/DMC – Nico Elvedi (21) – 87 (88) DC/DMC/MC – Denis Zakaria (20) – 85 (87) 87 DMC/MC – Mickael Cuisance (18) – 73 (80) 77 AMRLC/FRLC – Thorgan Hazard (24) – 88 (89) 89 Bayer Leverkusen DRLC/DMC – Panagiotis Retsos (19) – 82 (84) 86 DMC/MC – Dominik Kohr (23) – 87 (88) MC/AMRLC – Kai Havertz (18) – 83 (85) AMRL/FRLC – Leon Bailey (20) – 85 (86) 87 Augsburg DRL/DMR – Daniel Opare (27) – 85 (86) DL/DML/ML/AML – Philipp Max (24) – 86 (87) 87 DMC/MC – Rani Khedira (23) – 82 (84/85) 84 AMRL/FRLC – Francisco Caiuby (29) – 86 (87) FC – Sergio Cordova (20) – 77 (80) 82 Hertha Berlin DLC – Karim Rekik (22) – 86 (87?) AMC/FRLC – Ondrej Duda (22) – 85 (86?) AMRLC/FRLC – Matthew Leckie (26) – 85 (86/87) 86 Mainz DRL/DMRLC/MRLC – Daniel Brosinski (29) – 86 (87?) DC/DMC – Abdou Diallo (21) – 82 (84/85) 85 DMC/MC – Daniel Latza (27) – 86 (87?) MRC/AMC – Suat Serdar (20) – 80 (83) 82 Stuttgart DRLC/DMC – Benjamin Pavard (21) – 82 (84) 86 DC – Timo Baumgartl (21) – 84 (85/86) 85 DC – Marcin Kaminski (25) – 83 (85) 85 DMC/MC – Santiago Ascacibar (20) – 86 (87?) 87 DMC/MC/AMC – Orel Mangala (19) – 75 (82) 80 AMRL/FRL – Josip Brekalo (19) – 80 (83) 82 AMC/FC – Takuma Asano (22) – 82 (84) 83 AMRLC/FRLC – Anastasios Donis (21) – 82 (84) 85 AMRLC/FRLC – Chadrac Akolo (22) – 80 (83) 85 FC – Simon Terodde (29) – 85 (86) 86 Wolfsburg GK – Koen Casteels (25) – 86 (87?) DL/DML/MLC – Gian-Luca Itter (18) – 70 (76) 77 DC/DMC – Felix Uduokhai (20) – 80 (83/84) 83 AMRL/FRLC – Landry Dimata (20) – 82 (84) 83 Freiburg GK – Alexander Schwolow (25) – 86 (87?) 87 DL/DML – Christian Gunter (24) – 86 (87?) DL/DML/ML/AMRL – Florian Kath (23) – 76 (78) 78 DR/DMRC/MRC – Pascal Stenzel (21) – 83 (85) 85 DC/DMC – Caglar Soyuncu (21) – 86 (87) 87 DC/DMC/MC – Nicolas Hofler (27) – 85 (86) 86 DC – Philippe Lienhart (21) – 80 (83/84) 83 AMRLC – Ryan Kent (20) – 80 (82) 82 AMRL/FRLC – Marco Terrazzino (26) – 83 (85) 85 AMRLC/FRLC – Janik Haberer (23) – 85 (86) 86 FRLC – Tim Kleindienst (22) – 80 (82) 82 FC – Florian Niederlechner (26) – 85 (86) 87 Hamburg GK – Christian Mathenia (25) – 85 (86) DLC – Rick Van Drongelen (18) – 80 (82/83) 82 DC/DMC/MC – Gideon Jung (23) – 84 (85/86) 86 DMC/MC/AMC – Vasilije Janjicic (19) – 75 (78) 77 AMRLC – Bakery Jatta (19) – 73 (77) 77 Werder Bremen GK – Jiri Pavlenka (25) – 83 (85) 85 DC/DMC – Milos Veljkovic (22) – 83 (85) 85 DRLC/DMRLC – Robert Bauer (22) – 85 (86) DMC/MC/AMC – Maximiliano Eggestein (20) – 82 (84) 85 AMRLC – Florian Kainz (25) – 85 (86) Koln DR/DMRC/MRC – Lukas Klunter (21) – 78 (82) 83 DL/DMLC/MLC – Tim Handwerker (19) – 75 (78) 76 DLC/DMC – Jannes Horn (20) – 80 (82) 83 MC/AMC/FC – Salih Ozcan (19) – 80 (82) 82 Obviously plenty can change before the update, but these seem pretty conservative estimates for the Bundesliga.
  42. 9 points
    Sir Rahul

    Rahul W's rating predictions

    I thought about it and decided to do predictions when I have the time to do so, if only to help me scout some gems for my own GWs. Any leagues that you guys want?
  43. 9 points
    arsenalrocs

    Worldwide Risers

    With regards to @hoochy koochy's post, I agree that this has become a catch-all thread for deals, buy/sell/keep and new players etc. I can understand why people would post questions that are unrelated to risers on here because there are very few active threads on the forum. That being said, I agree with @Hail Mary that many of the buy/sell/keep questions can be answered with just a little research and digging especially when it comes to the players rated 82 and above. For players rated below that, I think that having the opinion of forumers who know certain leagues well is very useful since videos and stats never tell the full story. @thorgan lesar for Belgium, @Lucas Fiorino for Argentina, @Der Chefscout for Germany and so on and so forth. Recently, I think there have been too many arguments on this thread. All the infighting and disagreements has left a bad taste in my mouth. It's the Internet, where everybody has their own opinion. Too many people have been forceful about their opinion on here. Having a different opinion doesn't mean you get to insist upon yours. Especially when it comes to rating predictions where none of us even know for sure whether we are right. As @Hfazil likes to reiterate, nothing is guaranteed when it comes to rating predictions especially when we're dealing with highly rated players. Having picked up a summer job, it hasn't been possible to be as active on the forum as before. Hence, explaining the absence of new lists of risers. That along with the fact that players, managers and even SM are on holiday right now could explain the low levels of activity on the forum. For now, I hope to still be able to carve out time to answer the various questions posted and to maybe pick up where I left off or to try out something new.
  44. 9 points
    Nico66

    Worldwide Risers

    You should see a doctor mate, it's amazing what they can do for you these days
  45. 9 points
    Sir Rahul

    Rahul W's rating predictions

    I've done about 7 teams from Spain, half of Italy and a bit more than half of France today...
  46. 9 points
    pedrooliveira

    The risers' thread

    Well, since I can't find SuperNAG's thread, here this goes! I have a treat for all you lovely moochers out there. Guedes had a +3, which was measly. Should have been a +4 or even a +5. Neves has almost 400 minutes less than Guedes and he rose from 83 to 86 (should have been a +1, as he got the rise when he had less than 600 minutes of game time). Here are some risers, that I hope SW doesn't overlook (all deserve at least a +4): Douglas Dyanfres (on loan at Sanfrecce Hiroshima) - 78 -> 83 Fabinho Aguiar (Yokohama F Marinos) - 78 -> 83 Carlos Eduardo (Kashiwa Reysol) - 78 -> 83 Chao Li (S. Ever Bright) - 75 -> 80 Zhang Xiaobin (Jiangsu Santy) - 70 -> 76/77 Marcelo Toscano (América MG) - 78 -> 83 Fernando Zampedri (JU Gualeguaychú) - 76 -> 82/83 Amadou Diawara (Bologna) - 78 -> 83 Jaume Domenech (Valencia) - 80 -> 84/85 Eloge Yao (on loan at Crotone) - 75 -> 80 Dominic Solanke (on loan at Vitesse) - 76 -> 80/82 Andreas Christensen (on loan at B. Monchengladbach) - 78 -> 84/85 Carlos Salcedo (Guadalajara) - 78 -> 82/83 Nélson Monte (Rio Ave) - 78 -> 82 Cheick Keita (Virtus Entella) - 70 -> 75 M. Dahoud (B. Monchengladbach) - 78 -> 83/84 Pau López (Espanyol) - 80 -> 84 Robin Yalçin (Caykur Rizespor) - 78 -> 82 Then there's obviously Donnarumma, but predicting his rise would be a gamble, as idk how much more he's gonna play. Also on track to big rises are Koselev (Sheriff), Rashica (Vitesse), Tete (Ajax), Ferrari (Bologna), Vukcevic (Braga), Glesion, on loan at Porto B, João Graça of Porto B and Selikhov (Amkar).
  47. 8 points
    nofoff

    Rahul W's rating predictions

    I'm sorry, what??? *drops mic
  48. 8 points
    1000dB

    Rahul W's rating predictions

    50 for the future: UEFA.com's ones to watch for 2018/19 https://www.uefa.com/uefachampionsleague/news/newsid=2528631.html?iv=true
  49. 8 points
    Monolithic

    Worldwide Risers

    With the big 5 looking like coming next, probably the most sensible (least worst) schedule for SM's reviews might be something along these lines: November/December: France, Italy, Germany, England, Spain. January: Holland, Portugal, Turkey, Bulgaria, Japan, Korea. February/March: Brazil, Argentina, Colombia, Chile, Uruguay, USA, Mexico. April/May: Belgium, Russia, Ukraine, Greece, Scotland, English Championship. May/June: France, Italy, Germany, England, Spain. I'm not saying this is what SM will necessarily do, and it would still mean that several countries will have been forced to wait far too long, but this would be making the best of a bad job.
  50. 8 points
    olivier 1

    Top 10 talents Belgium League

    TOP 10 TALENTS BELGIUM LEAGUE Honourable to mention Thomas Meunier (86, 22) Last season Garrido transformed Meunier into a right back due to a lack of quality at the back. Thomas Meunier first needed some time to adapt, also due to injuries, but after a while things worked out well and Club Brugge had found theirself a modern right back. His rushes and his action radius are his best qualities. But sometimes he is too enthusiastic and he forgets his defensive tasks. His new position also earned him a spot in the national squad of Belgium. Coach Marc Wilmots will have to make a choice between Thomas Meunier and Anthony Vanden Borre for the World Cup in Brazil. He was a long time in balance with Vanden Borre for a ticket on the plane for Brasil, but Anthony seems to win the battle. Although Meunier has a great future ahead of him, he will probably leave Club Brugge at the end of the season. Rumours say he is 2nd choice in the list (behind Jung) for the new RB of Wolfsburg next season. Andy Najar (83, 21) Anderlecht had high expectations of Najar when he joined Anderlecht last season. After spending a long time in the B-team, he got his chance at the right-back, because of injuries and suspensions. He didn’t play great, but you saw he got talent. His attacking pulses were great, but defensively he wasn’t convincing at all. So they tried him at the right wing and there arose a brilliant collaboration between Vanden Borre and Najar. He brought a new drive and played Massimo Bruno and Acheampong out of the team. In 2014 he is the performing player of his team. Analysts say he is, together with Tielemans, the discovery of Anderlecht this season. I’m curious if he can surprise with Honduras in Brasil. Bjorn Engels (84, 19) Another great debut this season came from Bjorn Engels of Club Brugge. After his unlucky debut under Georges Leekens against Bordeaux in the Europa League last season, Bjorn Engels got a new chance this season. At the begin he looked a bit nervous and unexperienced, but he kept his place and he came better every game. He is not very fast, but his positioning is brilliant. Engels is also very tall and strong in the air; he already scored 4 goals this season. Getting so many minutes at 19 years old, attracts of course interest from abroad. Some Italian teams are following him and for Genoa he is a toptarget. Bjorn Engels also convinced Belgian U21 coach Johan Walem after his great performances with Club Brugge. Imoh Ezekiel (86, 20) At just 19 years old, Nigerian striker Ezekiel had last season a breakout season with Standard Liege, scoring 14 goals in 24 league appearances, with an impressive average of a goal scored for every 113 minutes he was on the pitch. This season his progression has a bit stagnated and he scored ‘only’ 10 goals in 32 league appearances. That’s why he didn’t made the list, although he has maybe more talent than some of them. Ezekiel’s pace is the first thing any viewer will notice when watching him play. His incredibly acceleration in combination with his all-around athleticism is a threat for every defender. The owner of a sure right foot, his reaction speed also plays a big part in his success; able to pounce on an opportunity quicker than defenders, both outside and inside the penalty box. For someone not huge in stature he is also gifted in the air, thanks in large part to his impressive leaping ability. Massimo Bruno (20, 86) This traditional winger is very popular this season. His goals and assists have already given Anderlecht a large amount of points, and the player himself is attracting a lot of attention from the top European clubs. Praet may have been the more hyped of the, but Bruno has already been more important to Anderlecht so far. Massimo Bruno was by far the best player of Anderlecht at the start of the season. The youngster was Anderlecht’s outlet on the flank, offering a rare combination of raw pace and a high-quality of final ball or going for own success. Unfortunately Brunos performances have tailed off hugely since October 2013. He must share his place to Najar and Acheampong and he isn’t decisive anymore for Anderlecht. I hope we see the best Bruno very soon back, because he is a joy to watch! 10. Mathew Ryan (85, 22) Certainly the revelation of Club Brugge this season. When Club Brugge bought Ryan last summer nobody in Belgium had ever heard of the Australian goalkeeper. After some months we can already say that the scouts of Club Brugge did an excellent job. We already wonder how long Club Brugge will be able to keep the best goalkeeper of the Belgian competition. Ryan, a big Arsenal fan, dreams about the Premier League. If he keeps on playing like this, things could go very quick. This summer, Mathew Ryan will be able to show himself to the world. We can already conclude that Ryan will be heavily reeled upon by his nation in this tough group (Netherlands, Chile and Spain). Ryan will have the chance to test himself against the best strikers in the world. This would mean that his ticket to Brazil could also offer him a ticket to the Premier League. c1Emol3m-mk 9. Chancel Mbemba (85, 19) Probably one of the biggest revelations of the Belgian Jupiler Pro League this season. After last season nobody expected that John van den Brom would change his central defending duo. Cheikhou Kouyaté and Bram Nuytinck who had a good season thanks to their consistency. Due to some poor results in the beginning of the season the Dutch coach of Anderlecht tried some new things and brought in Chancel Mbemba. The Congolese defender impressed with his flair, technique, pace and strength and moved from number three to number one in a couple of months. He is an amazing modern defender, who can surely sure make it to the top. Last months Mbemba got a dip in form, but it’s not a shame because the whole team performed substandard. Now Anderlecht won 2 times in a row and they are totally back in the title race. 8. Aleksandar Mitrovic (86, 19) You could say that Mitrovic never got a fair chance here in Belgium because of his transfer price. With his €5.000.000 tag he’s the most expensive incoming transfer in Belgium ever. People expected goals every 45 minutes and preferable some world class goals. Despite scoring a lot in his first months for Anderlecht, the Serbian striker got a lot of criticism. Certainly the Belgian press was harsh on him. Mitrovic is very strong mentally and focuses only at one thing, scoring goals for Anderlecht. Maybe he is not the fastest one or has a nice action, but he is a striker pur sang. Always at the right place at the right time and he is a phenomal header. Mitrovic scored already 14 goals in 26 games for Anderlecht, while most young strikers must adapt a while before they start scoring. He made a big impression on the international scene with the Serbian national U19 team. Many top clubs were interested in Mitrovic but Anderlecht signed him thanks to their good contacts with his manager Nenad Jestrovic, who’s a former Anderlecht striker. We all expect a lot from Mitrovic but we sometimes forget he’s only 19 years old. as9C1YAuXcg 7. Hans Vanaken (84, 21) Things are going fast for Hans Vanaken. Last season, he was still a player of Division Two club Lommel United. This season he’s the magician of Peter Maes’ Lokeren side. The playmaker already knows where to put the ball before he even gets it. He only needs one look to break open a game. He’s also very good in set pieces and also has a nose for (beautiful) goals. I think he is the smartest midfielder (beside Hazard) in the competition. He always knows where he should run to get the ball. That’s why all the topteams in Belgium and Holland are trying to sign him, but normally he will stay for another season in Lokeren. But if topmanager Maes would leave Lokeren for Anderlecht at the end of the season, I think he will take Vanaken. The compilation video certainly don’t show all the good actions he did this season. This link actually shows more actions and goals of him, but it’s only of the first half of the season. aPXcJx6hLmg 6. Maxime Lestienne (87, 21) Maxime Lestienne, born in Kortrijk, played since he was 5 years old for Excelsior Mouscron. He made his debut when he was sixteen and soon became an important player for the Wallonian club. His pace is his most powerful weapon. This combined with a good shot makes him one of those typical wingers we all like to see. I compare him a bit with Arjen Robben as they both use the same dribble. Still, their opponents can’t stop them because of the perfection of it. A lot of clubs are interested in the Belgian winger. According to some sources the chance is big that Lestienne will join a club in the Bundesliga. Wolfsburg is one of the clubs who already enquired but Club Brugge wasn’t willing to sell their biggest prospect yet. This summer is the perfect time for Lestienne to try something new and more challenging. He can’t learn anything more here in Belgium. DKaGFz6MjoI 5. Paul-José Mpoku (86, 21) Last season Mpoku started to shine again for Standard Liège. Certainly in the Play-Offs he was one of the brightest stars in the Jupiler Pro League. This season, things are going even better for the winger. He’s very explosive, has a magnificent shot and dribbles every defender crazy. He is also a free-kick specialist and he hardly missed a penalty. Guy Luzon gives him the confidence he need what’s very important for Mpoku. Unfortunately I couldn’t find a nice compilation of this season, but I found one of last season. He is also a vital player for the Belgium U21 team. Johan Walem gives the winger a lot of confidence and even made him captain of the team. hJiw4pJy8zY 4. Dennis Praet (86, 19) After rightfully being tagged as one of Belgium’s most promising talents, Praet made his first team debut for Anderlecht as a 17-year-old. You have to be blind if you couldn’t see his superb vision, good ball control, a confident dribbling ability and, most importantly, maturity. Although I’m still not sure he will make it to a topclass player. He misses so far one important thing: aggression. Physically, Praet’s endurance also needs improvement. While there’s also the small matter of Praet needing to bulk up so as to prepare himself for the rigours of professional Football, it is vital that Praet’s bulking up doesn’t come at the expense of his turn of pace. His technical skills, agility and vision have seen the now 19-year-old Praet be linked with moves to Manchester United, Liverpool, Tottenham and AC Milan, with fellow players comparing him to Barcelona’s Andres Iniesta. Similar to the Barcelona star, Praet has been used in various positions, including on the wings, despite being considered strongest as a classic number ten. V-JyeaVD-V0 3. Youri Tielemans (82, 16) Only 16 years old but already one of the most wanted defending midfielders in Europe. Despite his shifty performances, he’s only sixteen!, we already selected Youri Tielemans. You don’t have to know much about football to see how talented Youri Tielemans is. He impresses with his flair and technique but also showing a lot of fighting spirit for a player of his age. I don’t like to compare because every football player is unique but if you want to have an idea you could compare him a bit with Axel Witsel. At this moment Youri Tielemans isn’t ready yet to take over the leadership of Anderlecht. Due to Anderlecht’s difficult period it’s not easy for the youngster to improve and get a lot of playing time. It would have been a gift for Tielemans if he could have played along Lucas Biglia this season. Nonetheless, we’re certain that this wonderkid will be one of Europe’s best players in a couple of years. After Vincent Kompany and Romelu Lukaku, the Anderlecht fans have a new Prince as they like to call their favourite players. cm_hZLvAL1g 2. Thorgan Hazard (87, 21) In the 2013-2014 season though, Thorgan really exploded, scoring 11 goals and recording 16 assists in just 31 games for Zulte. In this time period he has also managed to get his first cap for the Belgian National Team. He has been absolutely sensational, earning plaudits with his magnificent dribbling and passing, and for possessing an absolutely amazing long shot. As a reward for his great season in Zulte, Thorgan has been crowned Belgian Pro League Footballer of the Year 2013. Showing his ability to squeeze through tight spaces and make a run at defenders, Premier League defences will be given a cause for concern when he returns next season, and similarly, Chelsea fans can be excused for getting excited at the prospect of the two Hazard brothers causing danger on both flanks. wqqIRYvE5ek 1. Michy Batshuayi (87, 20) This is probably the most complete striker we’ve had in Belgium for ages. Michy Batshuayi has it all. Pace, technique, flair, good with his head, dribbling skills and he can shoot from every corner. Batshuayi always played in the youth of Anderlecht but he got sent away because of his bad behaviour. The striker always came too late and did what he wanted to do. Standard Liège offered him a second chance and Batshuayi understood that this could be his last chance. The big difference with last season is that the youngster became stronger in his head. He plays smarther and is less selfish. Marc Wilmots will select him certainly for Brazil, now Benteke is injured for a long time. Lukaku and Benteke are both excellent strikers but Batshuayi has something that the former two don’t have, situational awareness. Batshuayi should move this summer to a better competition and show the world how good he is, and believe me, he will. Benfica looks the most interested team, but I hope he joins Everton. He can do the same as Lukaku there! lBbVw9zInUA
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