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  1. 6 points
    Soccahappy

    Rahul W's rating predictions

    I'd keep those 2 Lodi 80% +1, 20% +2 but eventually 92 to 94 possible, so he's a keep. YES unless it's every penny u have. U have to expect dips in form and just hope he gets his sparkle back earlier rather than later. Worth that gamble B + H + RL as much as I like Saul. BUT that's me and my clubs. You have to work-out how much value each side of the deal would help your club. YES Strakosha Havertz and Zagadou EOS 87 40%, 88 50% and 89 10%. Latest Upload (Holland) Below:- Remember this is my first spreadsheet predictions for Holland so the accuracy is unlikely to be as good as BIG5 predictions. I have to find SM's 0%Line and adjust for the next review. Hopefully my estimation, won't be critically out this first time. Previous tables on pages 777, 779, 780, 781, 782, 783, 784.785,786,787, 788, 789, 790, 791,792,793, 794,795,796,797,798,799,800,801,803,804,805.806,807,808,810,811,812,813,814.816,817,818,819,821,822,823,824,825,826,827,828,829,830,831.832,833,834,835.836,837,839,841,842,844,845,855,856,857 Be careful of the Reddish boxes where the higher rated players are more inclined towards performances rather than stats. Minutes will vary game by game and league position also helps a lot. Anything over 0% indicates likely riser, higher the better/safer. Negative percentages don't predict a drop just less chances of a rise. The more games played the more accurate the predictions should be. I am concentrating mainly on Younger under 89 rated players as these are more consistent risers and more profitable, Goal keepers are dealt with by SM in a completely different way, which is why I mostly also ignore Gk's All for now, thanks for your interest and support, Cheers Socca Edit: Ps The good ship SWiki is becalmed in freezing Ice halfway thru the North West Passage. It's crew all SM Officers and Gentlemen (SMOG) are not expected to decide whether turn round, sink the Ship or swim for Newfoundland until all their opinions on Rotherham United and a vote has taken place (Expected sometime soon ie this coming June in time for the BIG5 ..................or erh ......maybe not!)
  2. 5 points
    Soccahappy

    Rahul W's rating predictions

    I explained as SM gave the Top2 risers +1's a very short time ago there was no way to know what SM would do and where the 0%line was. So I wasn't going to predict Famalicao. It's even worse with what they have done for Carlos Vinicius as they have gone from FAMINE (Famalicao) to FEAST (with him!). Thanks again Islelovesoccer for pointing this out. He certainly won't, couldn't have predicted a rise to 87. I've re-run it and see how it effects the others. FIRST Prediction and then on Carlos Vinicius basis. To me if I put the Carlos prediction as a basis it just looks excessive, anyway we'll see. This would also effect Porto's ratings upwards. BUT I'm not going to change Porto on the evidence of 1 Player SM may have got wrong on the topside. TAKE YOUR PICK:-
  3. 4 points
    Milanista1

    Rahul W's rating predictions

    For Q2 and Q6: I will be referring to Whoscored.com as I reckon these players are at similar rating - their team and league may also be considered. 1. Jonjoe Kenny = he's been doing well (on loan) as a regular for Schalke - I read Schalke may attempt to make his loan move a permenant deal... The other player (J.Maehle) is being linked to lower-table PL teams, don't know much else about him. 2. In this order: S.Arias/O.Aina, A.Capa, D.D.Costa, D.Wass, then F.Bustos Ola Aina can play down both flanks and has the potential to play for a better side. Although Santiago Arias is better rated, has to now compete with K.Tripper and S.Vrsaljko for a starting spot in the A.Madrid team. Nonetheless he's not done too bad when he has been called upon. 3. E.Bardhi (88, 24): I would liken him to a Cervi or a S. Boufal type of player. I'm not too sure about him because he's not produced enough as an attacking player for Levante. We'll see how he does against R.Madrid. 4. K.Ayhan - He's a decent player to have, especially for the kind of (interesting, short/mid-term) team you are trying to set up. 5. J.Musso - he's been one of the few very bright sparks in the Udinese side this season, and is now being linked with a move away to Inter/Chelsea. 6. This order: E.Skhiri, M.Lemina, G.Pizarro: The other 2 play for a weaker side in a weaker league, the performance average for each player is near enough the same. 7. It seems you've now made up your mind about him. Of course I have tried to select the better longer-term options because with youth players - you can never be too certain on how they will turn out: If we look at the quick regress of the likes of R.Morrison, Robinho, G.Dos Santos, M.Ballotelli and J.Wilshere - to name but a few.
  4. 4 points
    AArulz

    Rahul W's rating predictions

    Hey all, I started a new predictions' thread about the Faroe Islands Premier League. It's quite a weak league and not very well-known so it hasn't been looked at for a while by SM. Since nobody else seemed to be doing so, I figured I could have a go at predicting player ratings and such for the league. Considering the competition is so weak, there's unlikely to be too many risers there - it's mostly just a fun project rather than any serious scouting. If anyone's interested, here's a link to the thread: https://forum.soccermanager.com/topic/170522-the-faroe-islands-premier-league-betri-deildin-menn/ I just started the thread today, so no rating predictions as of yet but they'll come in the following days! I decided not to post the predictions here in this thread since it might have all gotten a bit cluttered and lost amongst everything + I figured it might also be worthwhile having some new active threads going on in other more dead/inactive parts of the forum. Let me know what you think, thanks! Feedback/constructive criticism always welcome!
  5. 3 points
    AlfonDaddy

    Rahul W's rating predictions

    I’d keep Griezmann unless you are stacked up front. I’d be tempted by the bottom 2 options. Probably go with Bentancur and Rodri
  6. 3 points
    Bit of an unconventional league for a change, here's a look at the first division in the Faroe Islands (The Faroe Islands Premier League, also known as Betri deildin menn). There's unlikely to be many profitable risers here, so it's more of a fun project rather than proper scouting. A lot of players are missing from the database and some clubs are completely absent too. The highest rated player in the SM database who played/plays for a team in the Betri deildin menn had a 77 rating, so I'll use that number as the absolute maximum rating cap. I'll try and cover all the players in all the teams, even if they are not currently in the SM database. From tomorrow onwards, I'll hopefully do a daily post about one team in the league. Today's post will serve as an introductory post for the country and the league in general. A Brief Overview of the Faroe Islands The Faroe Islands is a North Atlantic archipelago located 320 kilometres north-northwest of Scotland, and about halfway between Norway and Iceland. It is an autonomous territory within the Kingdom of Denmark. The islands have a total area of about 1,400 square kilometres with a population of 51,783 as of June 2019. It comprises 18 rocky, volcanic islands, connected by road tunnels, ferries, causeways and bridges. Hikers and bird-watchers are drawn to the islands’ mountains, valleys and grassy heathland, and steep coastal cliffs that harbor thousands of seabirds. A Brief Overview of the League The Faroe Islands Premier League (also known as Betri deildin menn) is the top level of football in the Faroe Islands and was founded in 2005, being organised by the Faroe Islands Football Association. It is contested by 10 clubs. At the end of each season, two teams are relegated and two promoted from 1. deild (the 2nd division). All teams in the league have semi-professional status. The 2019 season ran from 10/03/2019 to 26/10/2019, with KÍ Klaksvík being crowned champions. As of the end of that season, the Faroe Islands Premier League was ranked 53rd out of 55 in the UEFA coefficient. The following teams will compete in the 2020 season: KÍ Klaksvík B36 Tórshavn NSÍ Runavík HB Tórshavn Víkingur Göta Skála IF AB Argir TB Tvöroyri EB/Streymur ÍF Fuglafjördur Tomorrow's post will be about KÍ Klaksvík. Thanks for reading!
  7. 2 points
    thorgan lesar

    Rahul W's rating predictions

    If someone for some reason didn't have Jonathan David yet... Buy him ! Now !
  8. 2 points
    Milanista1

    Rahul W's rating predictions

    Dank u Thorgan.. 👍 I had some free time to do a bit of searching, plus I wanted to keep to my word: about answering Tharanidharan questions.
  9. 2 points
    @Tharanidharan @Milanista1 Milanista1 already answered . Now you have your answers. Props to Milanista1 he's always ready to answer our questions.
  10. 2 points
    Nkunku to 90! 4 assists today 😮
  11. 2 points
    thorgan lesar

    Rahul W's rating predictions

    1) Joakim Mæhle 3) No rise for him, but he's on okay player. 4) Ayhan is a safe choice to get him in your squad 5) Musso, buy him. 7) Laborde isn't a goal machine but won't drop in rating. He is - like Ayhan - a safe choice in your attack. 2) + 6) is something I need some research
  12. 2 points
    @zsp2 Nice victory by Atalanta Bergamo against Valencia . Congratz
  13. 2 points
    thorgan lesar

    Rahul W's rating predictions

    Same answer as Milanista1.. Strakosha.
  14. 2 points
    Milanista1

    Rahul W's rating predictions

    Whoscored.com - his overall performance average (so far this season) is slightly better than the other two keepers. Add to that his team is also performing the better in their domestic league.
  15. 2 points
    jaybee

    Rahul W's rating predictions

    Get Mbappe.
  16. 2 points
    hesselink

    Rahul W's rating predictions

    Saul or Jorginho + Gelson Martins Saul or Betancur + Rodri Saul or Bergwijn + Hakimi + Renan Lodi
  17. 2 points
    10. Excel Moeskroen A team that plays beyond their means. Perhaps one of the best years that Excel Mouscron experienced in his career at the highest level. The coach Bernd Hollerbach - who is struggling with a serious illness - set up an organization with quality players in key positions. Diogo Queiròs is one of the revelations at Excel Mouscron at the start of the season. Now these players are especially Alessandro Ciranni, Deni Hočko and the goalkeepers Vaso Vasic and Jean Butez. Perhaps - still sometimes irregular - Frank Boya is the most important player par excellence. Purely offensive, this team misses one and the other, as a result of which Excel Mouscron will not claim Play-Off 1. 11. KV Kortrijk A team full of players who have been competing for years in the highest level in Belgium. Players like Timothy Derijck, Kristof D'Haene, Julien De Sart, Hannes Van Der Bruggen, Hervé Kagé and Petit-Pelé Mboyo. All are players who can play perfectly with a Belgian subtop team. It's a team par excellence for players with experience who still play at a decent level. This is a team with a reasonable amount of footballing power. Lucas Tuta and Adam Jakubech are 2 young players who know their breakthrough year. The problem with KV Kortrijk was mainly that they do not excel in attack. Fraser Hornby is a player from Scotland, who had a good start, but his productivity was not that high. That's why KV Kortrijk went in search of a striker such as Terem Moffi and Pape Habib Gueye, which also ensures that KV Kortrijk can win his games. Partly thanks to the new purchases and the experienced players - who can play perfectly in the subtop - KV Kortrijk is doing well. 12. STVV This team did quite well under Marc Brys where they showed a constant, but it depended quite strongly on Yohann Boli. The Japanese owners, however, were not satisfied enough with the Belgian coach. The new Slovenian coach Milos Kostic has chosen for more offensive, dominant football. This makes STVV fairly irregular nowadays. This team has some revelations in the team. Samy Mmaee, Ibrahima Sory Sankhon and Santiago Colombatto. The new coach also typifies direct football, which is difficult to be successful here in Belgium. However, STVV has excellent players in defense and midfield, which means that they will end in the middle bracket in the Belgian competition. Facundo Colidio is a player who finally after a few months make some impression. Not a goal machine, but a player who can excel in collectivity. Yuma Suzuki is also a player who collectively brings a lot, but he also misses the individual class. 13. KAS Eupen This team from the German community of Belgium has beautiful years in the Jupiler Pro League. It has been in the Belgian highest level for 4 years. It has never been in the first division for such a long time and in addition to that there will certainly be another year. This team is known for the Aspire Academy from Qatar. The involvement of the Academy has been somewhat reduced in the team over the years. Isaac Nuhu is the only new player from this winter from the Aspire Academy. Although KAS Eupen has some strong connections and always brings in good experienced players like Andreas Beck, Omid Ebrahimi and Danjiel Milicevic. Beñat San José has created a team based on passion and very eccentric football. Oliver Verdon - rented from Deportivo Alaves - also adds quality to the defense. If the tempo in the game is a little slower, KAS Eupen plays good. There is not enough speed and finesse in the attack, but KAS Eupen acquired Knowledge Musona and Smail Prevljak this winter, which brings in more finesse for the next weeks/months. 14. KV Oostende A strong start to the season, but not a constant level. The injuries of Ante Palaversa and Andrew Hjulsager were the start of the major relapse of KV Oostende. The club also has financial problems, but they seem to be gradually resolved with the new acquisition by the American Pacific Media Group. This team mainly misses someone with creativity this season, but a Fashion Jr. Sakala for example is still important. Jelle Bataille knows his breakthrough year as a KV Ostend youngster this year. The midfield is still pretty nice, but in both the defense and the offense it misses someone so they could already be saved. 15. Waasland-Beveren A team that does not excel in quality, so that the coach chooses a defensive approach. Waasland-Beveren mainly chooses Belgian youth who cannot make it to the top. Nordin Jackers, Jur Schryvers, Maximiliano Caufriez and Daam Foulon are some examples. Aboubakary Koita is also a young Belgian who has his potential, but doesn't stay in the match for the full 90 minutes. Aleksandar Vukotic is also still a very important factor. Yuki Kobayashi - with a long adjustment period - is another player who is still doing pretty well. 16. Cercle Brugge A pretty nice team, but not efficient. This team has a large number of mercenaries from AS Monaco, of which 3 to 4 players have already been returned. A search was made in the winter mercato for players who are 100% committed to the team. With Chatziisaias and Hotic (record transfer) it gained immediate reinforcement that immediately made an impression. Throughout the season it is mainly Biancone, Peeters and Lassana Coulibaly that are important. Predictions We expect that Cercle Brugge Waasland-Beveren will make it particularly difficult. KV Oostende will also have to pay attention. KAS Eupen and STVV seem to have a quiet season, for which there is not much more at stake. KV Kortrijk will make it difficult for some teams, but the gap at No. 6 is too big, which means that KV Kortrijk can finish their season without pressure. Excel Mouscron is a team that is close to the No. 6 in the competition, but they are not good enough in the attack to make it exciting in the battle for Play-Off 1. Next time: Nr. 9 to Nr. 5, possibly tomorrow
  18. 2 points
    TMCosta

    TMCosta X Files

    So...no rise since 2016...weird. He should be 80 by now. At least +3 but he could get a +5.
  19. 2 points
    Sir Rahul

    Rahul W's rating predictions

    Work in progress
  20. 2 points
    JOE GI

    Rahul W's rating predictions

    Seriously now the league one? When Holland and Portugal..?😣
  21. 2 points
    Not a stable club. He is getting minutes and slowly growing but maybe too slow. Maybe a haircut will help hehehe
  22. 1 point
    Tharanidharan

    Rahul W's rating predictions

    Almost matches perfectly with my analysis. Thanks a lot for your efforts yeah, let me hope my youth squad turn out better than those you mentioned.
  23. 1 point
    Same as Milanista1. Aina
  24. 1 point
    Milanista1

    Rahul W's rating predictions

    Oh I see.... However, I hope Malcolm does well in Russia...
  25. 1 point
    Milanista1

    Rahul W's rating predictions

    I agree with Thorgan, getting Malcolm is a risk as I really doubt he can become a better player at Zenit, especially with the immense pressure he will possibly be under: His record transfer fee and the constant racist chants opposition fans will aim at him. Laborde is the safer option. I will try to answer to your previous question later today.
  26. 1 point
    thorgan lesar

    Rahul W's rating predictions

    Especially Ayhan. Difficult question, because Malcom didn't play much due to an injury.. . Malcom is a risk, Laborde is a safe choice. Depends if you're open to risks or not. I personally go for Laborde. If I build a team I always start with safe choices
  27. 1 point
    Talented, but not that impressive at the moment. I would keep him for a little while but don't expect too much.
  28. 1 point
    LauraAFCA

    Rahul W's rating predictions

    Just to clarify, I currently have Diop in my squad. It's a very competitive setup so I understand why the other manager wants to bid something high for Diop.. I'm just wondering if people think Diop's worth keeping long term.
  29. 1 point
    1. Club Brugge Throughout the season Club Brugge is at the head of the competition. Club Brugge had a lot of strong performances in the first 20 matchdays. The biggest example was the 2-2 draw against Real Madrid. In the last few weeks it has been a bit more difficult to continue the level, so that good teams like KV Kortrijk can take points against Club Brugge. Club Brugge has a lot of power, technical ingenuity and experienced players in midfield with Ruud Vormer and Hans Vanaken. The role of the defending midfielder is very different this season with Mats Rits and Eder Balanta. The one mainly has his discipline on the field (Rits) and the other is especially footballing ability better with more power (Balanta). Offensive Club Brugge has a lot of speed in which especially Krépin Diatta impresses. Defensively Clinton Mata in particular makes the most impression, where Simon Deli and Eduard Sobol also deserve to be named. Club Brugge also has the number 2 of our Red Devils Simon Mignolet in the goal, who is doing very well. Emmanuel Dennis is an irregular player, but has the talent to become a nice player. biggest sensation within the team is 18-year-old Charles De Ketelaere. It is still early, but it still seems to be a great asset to the No. 1 in Belgium. Club Brugge must be especially careful that they stay fit and fresh, then they are at their best. There is a certain lack of efficiency in the attack, where players like Percy Tau and David Okereke are not strong enough at the moment. That is why Club Brugge has long invested in the arrival of Adolfo Gaich, but due to a too high asking price - € 18 million - it choses backup Michal Krmenčik. He has not yet made a big impression, but has the necessary adjustment period. 2. KAA Gent Perhaps the best Belgian football team at the moment. KAA Gent is taking great steps, again and again, through excellent scouting. The coach Jesse Thorup deserves all the praise for grinding a slightly unusual "4-4-2 diamond". KAA Gent has pure quality in their midfield with Sven Kums and Vadis Odjidja. This duo supported by one of the revelations within KAA Gent, Elisha Owusu. Midfield is further supplemented by the biggest sensation on the Belgian fields, namely Jonathan David. The Canadian reaches statics that not much has been seen in Belgium, that's why the interest is big with teams like FC Porto, Olympique Lyon, Ajax FC, SSC Napoli, AS Roma, Leicester City and RB Leipzig. KAA Gent is also praised for their offensive trio with Jonathan David, Laurent Depoitre and Roman Yaremchuk. Whoever also stands out is the Cameroonian Michael Ngadeu and the Ukrainian Ihor Plastun. A defense that stands like a house. Milad Mohammadi, on the other hand, is someone who needed a long adjustment period, but who has gradually become an important player on the left back. KAA Gent is currently the biggest opponent of Club Brugge for the champion title in Belgium. However, I personally believe that the core of KAA Ghent is not wide enough, certainly in defense and also midfield. There should not be too much happening with players like Vadis Odjidja and Jonathan David, because KAA Gent is just a little too much dependent on their top players. 3. Charleroi SC The surprise of the season this Charleroi. This year, Charleroi is extremely dangerous on the counter where many players has a good technic. Karim Belhocine - head coach - arrived at the start of the season, who knows his team perfectly. Kaveh Rezaei, Massimo Bruno and Ryota Morioka could not make it to the absolute top in Belgium, but now they make the collectivity of this team on top. Marco Ilaimaharitra is a player who is very important for the balance of the team. Defensively, Nicolas Penneteau is still very reliable as a goalkeeper and Dorian Dessoleil is one of the most underrated defenders in Belgium. Maxime Busi is a young revelation within the team. Shamar Nicholson - a 22-year-old Jamaican - is a talented striker, but needed a long adjustment period. However, much is still expected. The only question is "what about injuries ...?", Because the selection is not that wide either. Certainly not midfield. That will be crucial for Charleroi SC to get a European ticket. 4. Royal Antwerp A team that has already taken steps. This team is known as a very tough team, to which a lot of footballing ability has been added this year with players such as Dieumerci Mbokani, Didier Lamkel Zé, Aurelio Buta, Alexis De Sart and Wesley Hoedt. It is a team full of character and fighting spirit, making it difficult for the opponents. It performs very consistently, so Royal Antwerp deserves a place in the top 4. Royal Antwerp has signed players such as Steven Defour and Kevin Mirallas, but they do not live up to expectations to make the move to the top. It is still searching for Royal Antwerp to be able to take that step to the top. Predictions If KAA Gent and Club Brugge reach their level - it has been a bit less lately - then there is little to be done about it, but it is precisely the 2 most annoying teams behind the "Top 2" that have "counter-capacities" and "experienced and full of character" who keep in track of them. KAA Gent and Club Brugge will have to play at the highest level, otherwise it will be difficult games. The title favorite? Still Club Brugge.
  30. 1 point
    Pip

    Rahul W's rating predictions

    Douglas Luiz (86) + Eyibil (70) or Mazraoui (88)?
  31. 1 point
    Cvilhete

    Rahul W's rating predictions

    Thanks for the info, I’m going to go Leno for now then sell and invest in strakosha before the ratings are done
  32. 1 point
    Kierans91

    Rahul W's rating predictions

    89 - 100%... Definitely got a chance of 90 just depends how SM review him. SM have made a few questionable decisions recently, however they usually got the big leagues right.
  33. 1 point
    Kierans91

    Rahul W's rating predictions

    No keep Lodi and Maupay. Especially if you are a small team and need the players. Lodi just as good as mendy imo.
  34. 1 point
    oronzodd

    Rahul W's rating predictions

    i guess we are going to find out how rough and hasty was evaluation of koke, chiellini, de gea, busquets, cristiano among the others, in the mid of the season and with all the seasonal targets still on stake, the silliest the highest is rated the player. i also hope that this "taking time" policy on most valuable leagues is due to make a complete review enlightening EURO 2020 performances next summer, contrarily on what was made with last world cup, included in the december review. wait and see.....
  35. 1 point
    5. Standard Luik This team is not good one week, then good to fairly strong the next week. Being a regular is a big problem with this team. Standard has an adjustment in terms of playing this year, which means it takes some serious time to participate in the 4 best teams currently. Standard Liège is another team where the offense is not running 100%. Attacking it is still a bit too short to fight for a top 3 place. Standard Liège is in midfield and defensive still pretty good. Arnaud Bodart, Samuel Bastien and Selim Amallah are 3 players who prove to possess the necessary potential to break through at the highest level. Nicolas Gavory, Kostas Laifis and Gjoko Cimirot are the players with experience that are important in the team with their footballing qualities. Maxime Lestienne is a player who is back at the highest level in Belgium and is certainly not doing badly. Zinho Vanheusden is also a player with a nice amount of potential, but does not have his best season this year. 6. KRC Genk This team is now known throughout Europe because of its youth academy and their excellent scouting. Leandro Trossard, Ruslan Malinovskiy, Alejandro Pozuelo, Joseph Aidoo, Sander Berge and Mbwana Samatta all left KRC Genk in one year. A large number of quality took the step forward. Finding a follow-up in a short period of 1 year was definitely not easy. Carlos Cuesta, Ianis Hagi, Paul Onuachu and Patrik Hrosovsky were seen as substitutes, but not all were successful. KRC Genk knows the typical story that people cannot rely on talent from abroad every year. KRC Genk became champion last season, which is fairly unique in their team career, but that also has its consequences. Earlier this season they looked at the known players in terms of talent in their country. That brought nice players, but no more than that. The succession of a new trainer, on the other hand, was more a style break with the vision of the team. It chose a coach that was rather defensive. A few wrong choices and a little too much and wanting to go too fast, KRC Genk currently brings it into a normal level nowadays. The players who make an impression this season are again Joakim Mæhle and Junya Ito. Paul Onuachu is growing in his role and is becoming increasingly important. The full selection could be called too small for injuries. It's important not top much will happen. 7. KV Mechelen The team that has just been promoted from the 2nd division of Belgium is one of the revelations. KV Mechelen is mainly collective and mentally strong this season. Joachim Van Damme is the player par excellence of this mentally and collectively strong team. KV Mechelen does not have too many individual revelations within the team. If there are still players to be named, it seems to me deserved to mention Thibault Peyre and Nikola Storm. Gradually the talents Issa Kabore - from Burkina Faso - and Aster Vranckx are getting more and more chances. 8. Zulte Waregem A team that has been in the Belgian subtop for years. This year is no different. Zulte Waregem has taken a financial step forward in the last 2 years, so that they can aim players from a higher level. Cyle Larin and Saïdo Berahino are examples of this. This team has also been supplemented by the 38-year-old Davy De Fauw and the 39-year-old Olivier Deschacht who still brings a lot and certainly with their experience. This was added once again with their own youth Ewoud Pletinckx and the Ghanaian rental player - from RedBull Salzburg - Gideon Mensah. Abdoulaye Sissako is the next French talent that Zulte Waregem can launch after Soualiho Meîté and Abdou Diallo. Due to the many injuries and not being able to continue their good level, Zulte Waregem is currently in 8th place in Belgium. The arrival of Jelle Vossen - another experienced Belgian - should improve the productivity problem of the attackers. Cyle Larin is currently experiencing a dip, but after a season of inactivity at Besiktas, immediately moving to almost all matches is a big step. 9. RSC Anderlecht A Belgian top team that has had mismanagement for years has not had an easy time this season either. Small steps have been taken, but there is still no stability and the right structure to get back to the top in Belgium. RSC Anderlecht has the youth center 'Neerpede' that is quite well known throughout Europe. Where players like Vincent Kompany and Romelu Lukaku were made as great examples. This year RSCA has one of its youngest squads ever with young players such as Marco Kana, Killian Sardella, Sieben Dewaele, Albert Sambi Lokonga, Francis Amuzu, Yari Verschaeren, Jeremy Doku and Antoine Colassin. Other youngsters such as Rik Vercauteren, Anouar Ait El Hadj and Lucas Lissens are making the move to the A-team. The big problem is that there are mainly financial problems that make them creative in strengthening the team. The team is not sufficiently committed to the game and the focus in and out every week remains a problem. Kemar Roofe and Nacer Chadli are 2 players with experience that bring added value. Hendrik Van Crombrugge saved his team already a lot of times. Predictions The battle for the Play-Off 1 this year is between Standard De Liège, KRC Genk, KV Mechelen, Zulte Waregem and RSC Anderlecht. Fairly unexpected from KV Mechelen. Standard De Liège - despite some limitations with the attackers - seems almost certain of Play-Off 1 thanks to their victory last weekend against KRC Genk. KRC Genk is still irregular, but the team has a strong right flank with Mæhle and Ito. If that catches on, KRC Genk certainly has a chance. After a dip, KV Mechelen has found new breath and will certainly make it exciting until the last match day. Zulte Waregem has a too big dip and RSC Anderlecht is far too irregular and mentally not strong enough to participate in this fight. Our prediction is therefore that it only goes between KV Mechelen and KRC Genk. Last match day KRC Genk vs KV Mechelen will be very interesting. Tomorrow: No. 4 -> No. 1
  36. 1 point
  37. 1 point
    Some people have already noticed him, I suppose. Another player to look out for and surely a must buy. Giovanni Reyna (17) is a youngster from Borussia Dortmund and the future of the American football. Later this week a post of some interesting American talents to look out for in 2020.
  38. 1 point
    Vib

    Rahul W's rating predictions

    Bentancur+Rodri.
  39. 1 point
    Kierans91

    Rahul W's rating predictions

    Yeah. Still only 20. Cost Atleti 113 million last season, they paid that amount not only for his ability but his future potential. Will only get better in my opinion.
  40. 1 point
    PLAYER OF THE WEEKEND 14 - 16 FEBRUARY □ Aster Vranckx (17 years old, rate: 67)
  41. 1 point
    swanseajack

    Rahul W's rating predictions

    After League 2 😀
  42. 1 point
    TMCosta

    TMCosta X Files

    ENGLAND (CHAMPIONSHIP) 17/02/2020 Name Club 1 Nathan Ferguson West Bromwich Albion 64 +3 2 Jayden Bogle Derby County 60 +4 3 Han-Noah Massengo Bristol City 60 +2 4 Jayson Molumby Milwall 60 +5 5 Jordan Williams Barnsley 59 +5 6 Jacob Brown Barnsley 59 +1 7 Jude Bellingham Birmingham City 59 +3 8 Marcus Tavernier Middlesbrough 59 +3 9 Aynsley Pears Middlesbrough 59 +3 10 Hayden Coulson Middlesbrough 59 +9 11 Ben Cabango Swansea 59 +5 12 Aapo Halme Barnsley 58 +2 13 Kamil Grabara Huddersfield Town 58 +2 14 Ben Williams Barnsley 58 +6 15 Lewis O'Brien Huddersfield Town 58 +3 16 Josh Dasilva Brentford 58 +4 17 Luke Thomas Barnsley 57 18 Toby Sibbick Barnsley 57 +1 19 Steven Sessegnon Fulham 57 +3 20 Albie Morgan Charlton Athletic 56 +6 21 Ilias Chair Queens Park Rangers 56 +2 22 Jason Knight Derby County 55 +5 23 Bright Osayi-Samuel Queens Park Rangers 55 +4 24 Omar Richards Reading 55 +4 25 Taylor Moore Bristol City 55 +2 26 Kyle Edwards West Bromwich Albion 55 +5 27 Clarke Oduor Barnsley 54 +5 28 Yan Dhanda Swansea 54 +6 29 Andy Rinomhota Reading 53 +2 30 Josh Bowler Hull City 53 +3 31 Luke Bolton Luton Town 53 +4 32 Ben Wilmot Swansea 52 +2 33 Jaden Brown Huddersfield Town 51 +3 34 Jonathan Leko Charlton Athletic 51 35 Leonardo da Silva Hull City 51 +2 36 Tyrese Campbell Stoke City 50 +5
  43. 1 point
    oronzodd

    Rahul W's rating predictions

    well said, couldn't say it better, from the deep of my hearth.....
  44. 1 point
    Soccahappy

    Rahul W's rating predictions

    Coutinho and definitely IF he rejoins Liverpool !iBuka Dani Olmo is a MUST HAVE IMO, Grab him Djordjee! An "idea" is SOON Rossi! Always to get a ROUGH IDEA click on an Argentina Club say Boca Juniors then click on player ratings then put the dates in date order and u have a picture of what has happened in the past at whatever club U choose(Appx 1 year so roughly around now). There are always some random single player reviews that confuse it a little but still something like a picture usually about 12months u see Feb 2018 - Jan 2019, were in Feb 2020 so overdue now. Because SM = Slow Motion I'm afraid there are more than a few overdue now.... 🤢 Swiki Still no sign of next country, still doing Div 1 England Oxford, Fleetwood, Tranmere, Ipswich and Doncaster today. Sunday is usually a Slow Motion day tomorrow and monday's not usually Great either. I've tried to be on the lower side if either way, so your estimation is probably correct. Could well be, but it's always possible as I think U know Swansea. Sometimes I think SM do it purposely. Take Bastoni's rise today, they should have given this in December but it happens so often and there are so many errors corrected later, some not ever corrected as well. Either really stupid and slipshod or making life a bit more difficult for good scouts to gain an advantage by buying and selling. They do this in other ways as well, like changing the valuation of players at different times and/or not giving the increase (profit) at all, hoping that we sell in between. Seen this happen for many years now.
  45. 1 point
    Soccahappy

    Rahul W's rating predictions

    Latest Upload (A Mixture of Austria, Russia and Switzerland) Below:- Remember this is my first spreadsheet predictions for these Countries so the accuracy is unlikely to be as good as BIG5 predictions. I have to find SM's 0%Line and adjust for the next review. Hopefully my estimation, won't be critically out this first time. Previous tables on pages 777, 779, 780, 781, 782, 783, 784.785,786,787, 788, 789, 790, 791,792,793, 794,795,796,797,798,799,800,801,803,804,805.806,807,808,810,811,812,813,814.816,817,818,819,821,822,823,824,825,826,827,828,829,830,831.832,833,834,835.836,837,839,841,842,844,845,855, 856 Be careful of the Reddish boxes where the higher rated players are more inclined towards performances rather than stats. Minutes will vary game by game and league position also helps a lot. Anything over 0% indicates likely riser, higher the better/safer. Negative percentages don't predict a drop just less chances of a rise. The more games played the more accurate the predictions should be. I am concentrating mainly on Younger under 89 rated players as these are more consistent risers and more profitable, Goal keepers are dealt with by SM in a completely different way, which is why I mostly also ignore Gk's Had a lot of trouble adapting the mechanics of the spreadsheet to NEW Countries and in particularly the much smaller clubs (Rapid Vienna and St Gallen). Did try a number of others but they weren't suitable. Though they all seem worthy of rises, predicting on the basis of "BIG 5 predictions" is not ideal but it will be fascinating to see how close or far-out they end up. Might be Friday b4 I have a look at more from Russia. Thanks again for your interest.... Cheers Socca
  46. 1 point
    Vib

    Rahul W's rating predictions

    Odegaard
  47. 1 point
    hoochy koochy

    Rahul W's rating predictions

    SM being odd again. CR7. Was valued at 16.8m everywhere. Today he turns 35 and bumps up to 19m again. Random.
  48. 1 point
    oronzodd

    Rahul W's rating predictions

    i now con confirm my opinion about those guys doing ratings on something they don't know, have no idea neither clue, never played and possibly watched distracted while playing on PS4, drinking some beer and smoking God knows what. because only a pot head can make something like this, and i don't want to make another list of player misrated like everyone is doing here, i'm just saying that watching statistics doesn't mean you know football, mean only you are a nerd good on math. so i have advice for those smoky pimply nerd heads, i give you an exercise: watch one football match whatever league in the world at least once in a week, i'm not pretending you should go to the stadium, that's too much i know, just turn on your tv, turn off phone and any other device and watch some football guys, because what you are doing has nothing to do with football.
  49. 1 point
    MFarhan

    Ederson + Pavard for Alisson

    I would take that maybe. I don't have much faith in gk rating in terms of their performances.
  50. 1 point
    TMCosta

    TMCosta X Files

    There are 5 players for 2 spots (Gabriel, Samaris, Fejsa, Taarabt and Florentino). It was a mix of a bit bad shape of Florentino with Benfica midfiled not working with a 6 and an 8 (being Florentino and Fejsa the 6s). The duo that is working atm is Gabriel (8) and Taarabt (8/10) with Chiquinho being more defensive as a second striker than Raul de Tomas. Wait for the portuguese review and then decide to sell or to keep.
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