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    cleg_yorkshire reacted to NariN in Help With Deal(s) Thread...   
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    I would give Drogba and Llorente for Rooney.
    And I would trade probably Ruiz for Griezmann.
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    cleg_yorkshire reacted to Shehan in Help With Deal(s) Thread...   
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    then he will defs start:D
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    I would pick Sanchez on the basis that he is goiong to sign for Barcelona. If this deal finally goes through and he plays well I feel his rating will rise.
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    Since only one then I would agree with them.
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    cleg_yorkshire reacted to EugeniuC in Help With Deal(s) Thread...   
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    Nani=>Pedro
    Modric=>Busquets
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    cleg_yorkshire reacted to KangarooJack09 in Help With Deal(s) Thread...   
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    Pedro to replace Nani and Busquets to replace Modric.
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    If there are no other good options I would keep him tbh
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    Diego Alves
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    Yeah I agree with JT, Alves has just penned a 4 year deal at Valencia, who will be playing CL football next year and will probably finish 3/4th in the BBVA next year too, so he can rise there
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    cleg_yorkshire reacted to andyowls in *NEW* Young Argentine Talent   
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    CIRIGLIANO, Ezequiel

    In action for the River senior side.
    Stats:
    Name: CIRIGLIANO, Ezequiel
    Club: River Plate
    Age: 19
    D.O.B.: 24/01/92
    Position: CM/DM
    Squad Number: 14
    SM Rating: 75
    Profile:




    In today’s modern game, every successful side has a deep-lying midfielder whose main roles involve breaking up possession and collecting the ball from the defence to start every attack. In recent years, Claude Makelele has been the benchmark to any aspiring defensive midfielder, such is/was his dominance on the football field, while Sergio Busquets and Michael Carrick shall display their abilities for the role in this season’s UEFA Champions League Final.
    In Argentina, if a player who plays in this position particularly well, he is hailed a “pacman”, due to the way that he churns up possession in midfield like a human version of the 1980’s arcade game that gobbles up those little dots. The ultimate pacman for Los Albicelestes today is the current captain, Javier Mascherano. While Mascherano has plenty of gas left in the tank, it’s never too early to look at who might be the man to one day replace him in the national set-up.
    Incidentally, that man may come from the same youth ranks that helped develop Mascherano into the player he is today - River Plate. The man who is widely touted as, “el cinco del futuro”, or “the five of the future”, at River is Ezequiel Cirigliano. Cirigliano has been knocking on the door of the first XI of Los Millonarios for a while now and it won’t be long before he gets in and nails down a regular spot, what with the impending retirement of 37-year-old stalwart Matias Almeyda at the end of the year. It remains to be seen whether he shall live up to the hype and earn pacman status, but the early signs are very promising.

    Being put through his paces in club training.
    Background:




    Cirigliano was born and raised in Caseres, a city located in Greater Buenos Aires. He has come through the River Plate youth system and played at various levels for Argentina’s youth teams. In 2009, he was part of the under-17 squad that participated in the Sudamericano although he wasn’t a starter. For the World Cup later that summer, however, Cirigliano was elevated to starter and started all of Argentina’s game bar one that he was suspended for. Unfortunately, Argentina disappointed many by exiting the tournament at the first knockout round by dramatically losing to Colombia. At the under-20 Sudamericano earlier this year, Cirigliano was again part of the Argentina squad that this time finished third, sharing the midfield responsibilities with Bruno Zuculini and Rodrigo Battaglia. He will get his chance on the global stage once more at this summer's Under-20 World Cup in Colombia.
    Being a River youth product and similar in style and stature to Javier Mascherano, Cirigliano is drawing obvious comparisons. However, he could do with adding a bit more bulk to his slight frame if he wants to aid his imposition on the football field just like the current National Team captain does. But Cirigliano's strengths include his ability to hold a position right where his side needs him, and getting involved when the time comes. His passing is very good and, in general, his raw attributes to becoming a strong deep-lying midfielder are extremely encouraging.
    It was in last year’s Clausura that Cirigliano made his senior debut for River, in a 0-0 draw against Atletico Tucuman. In that game, Cirigliano was 18 at the time, exactly half the age of his partner in central midfield that night, Almeyda. Nevertheless, Cirigliano showed a maturity beyond his years with a highly disciplined performance, although River as a team fell flat in front of goal which has become an all too common occurrence in recent times. That Clausura saw Cirigliano make one more start, although it was far less memorable as River were demolished 5-1 by a ruthless Lanus side.
    This year, he has again seen his opportunities restricted as River bide their time before blooding him fully into the starting XI. He did, however, rack up 90 minutes in last night’s draw against San Lorenzo thanks to a suspension to Almeyda, putting in a very accomplished shift in midfield. Cirigliano was disciplined throughout, holding his position with great authority and intelligence – he was regularly in a good position to react to danger. He was also very tidy in possession, rarely losing the ball and sometimes playing a more expansive and risky pass that he pulled off with ease.

    Getting a word of advice from Diego Buonanotte.
    Future:




    As mentioned earlier, Almeyda’s long and distinguished career is finally due to come to an end at the end of 2011, with him set to have one final short championship in the form of the 2011 Apertura in the hope of going out on a high with one last medal. Once he finally hangs up his boots, Cirigliano is the obvious choice to slot into his place and fill the gaping hole Almeyda shall leave in the side.
    However, there is an alternative and it involves Cirigliano departing River, and indeed Argentina, before Almeyda’s day of reckoning becomes apparent. The situation involves Juan Pablo Carrizo, who is currently on loan at River from Lazio and a hugely inspirational player back home in Argentina, being widely considered the best goalkeeper in the league. It is unlikely that River will be able to afford the 6ME fee that the Italian club are demanding to make the move permanent, so there is a possibility that they could use Cirigliano as part of the deal to afford Carrizo.
    This seems somewhat unlikely as Cirigliano’s market value could easily exceed that sum within the next year to 18 months. However, Carrizo is such an important player to River that they may bite the bullet and risk losing one of their jewels to get their man. Whatever happens, Cirigliano is certainly in the sights of several European clubs, particularly Italy where Juventus and Fiorentina are rumoured to be keen on the kid. The fact that Cirigliano has an EU passport is an added incentive to those lining him up, so he might be crossing the Atlantic before you know it. Watch this space.
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    cleg_yorkshire reacted to ThePlayMaker in I'm paying out 2.5m on wages please help me reduce the squad size :)   
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    Rather than selling, I would try to give two players away, for one better player.
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    cleg_yorkshire reacted to DLO in I'm paying out 2.5m on wages please help me reduce the squad size :)   
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    My opinion in bold.
    Tbh I'd keep a lot of the younger, lower rated talents there's little financial benefit from getting rid, although there's a couple I'm not familiar with...
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    cleg_yorkshire reacted to AngusLFC in Help With Deal(s) Thread...   
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    You always help me so i though i would try and pay it back. Nice team. I would be reluctant to let any of them got buy maybe sell Gibbs and Magria. Gibbs is likely to be sold by Arsenal and Magria is not playing much for inter. Also don't sell muller. He could easily rise next season.
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    cleg_yorkshire reacted to BroodRoosterNL in I'm paying out 2.5m on wages please help me reduce the squad size :)   
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    If you want to keep all the players who'll ever come near 90 you'd probably only be able to sell about 4/5 players. I'd recommend you to only keep the best, I've had the same problem and I'm now picking out the best of the best that I have and it earns me a lot of cash + it reduces a lot of wages.
    I'd say at least consider selling these:
    Carole
    Aurier
    Vrsaljko
    Koch
    Koscielny
    Reinartz
    Maicon
    San Jose
    Ekiza
    Gattuso
    Mariga
    Alaba
    Bacinovic
    Kagawa
    Ilicic
    Cesar
    Ananidze
    Della Rocca
    Leitner
    Patrick
    Gervinho
    Grosskreutz
    Ozbiliz
    Sow
    Son
    Musa
    Babacar
    Wait with selling the players who're in the big leagues currently reviewed of course to see if they rise and earn you some more cash. But you don't need any of the players in the list and I believe you have better talented players for all of those in your squad.
    Would clear some wages and earn you a good amount of money.
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    cleg_yorkshire reacted to NariN in Help With Deal(s) Thread...   
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    Neymar for me.
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    cleg_yorkshire reacted to ashtini in 60-80 rated risers   
    Hello,
    I thought I would start a thread that consists of a huge amount of players rated between 60-80 that are playing first team football & that should be in for rises.
    I will mainly base the players I put on the list on playing time for their team, but will also be adding some on prospects.
    Stats are current as of 24th April. (Soccerway)
    Please feel free to add players.
    Carl Jenkinson - 19/70 - Heavily linked with a move to Liverpool & Arsenal
    Alex-Oxlade Chamberlain - 17/70 - 33 games/27 starts/2280 mins/8 goals for Southampton - heavily linked with Arsenal & Liverpool
    Christian Palacios - 20/72 - Top scorer in Uruguay - 9 games/11 goals
    Matt Tootle - 20/65 - last 2 seasons - 64 games/59 starts/5348 minutes for Crewe Alexandra
    Renars Rode - 22/68 - last 2 seasons - 18 games/16 starts/1420 minutes/3 goals for Skonto
    Facundo Piriz - 21/74 - 17 games/15 starts/1298 minutes for Nacional
    Sebastian Piriz - 21/72 - 10 games/8 starts/649 minutes for Danubio
    Leandro Chichizola - 21/75 - 5 games/5 starts/450 minutes for River Plate
    Tobias Vargas - 21/75 - last 2 seasons - 28 games/28 starts/2520 minutes for Libertad
    Angel Orue - 22/75 - last 2 seasons - 31 games/18 starts/1627 minutes/13 goals for Libertad
    Martin Galain - 22/76 - last 2 seasons - 25 games/24 starts/2173 minutes for Nacional/Tacuarembo
    Jhony Da Silva - 19/78 - last 2 seasons - 36 games/36 starts/3240 minutes for Tacuarembo
    Juan Franchi - 19/72 - 19 games/10 starts/923 minutes for Tacuarembo
    Enzo Perez - 20/77 - last 2 seasons - 28 games/26 starts/2278 minutes for Tacuarembo
    Luis Machado - 19/78 - last 2 seasons - 40 games/27 starts/2401 minutes/11 goals for Tacuarembo
    Nathan Baker - 19/75 - 4 games/4 starts/249 minutes for Aston Villa
    Adam Thompson - 18/75 - 10 games/7 starts/714 minutes/1 goal for Watford - Northern Ireland call up also
    Curtis Nelson - 17/75 - 31 games/28 starts/2581 minutes for Plymouth Argyle
    Kaj Ramsteijn - 21/75 - 22 games/19 starts/1744 minutes/1 goal for Excelsior
    Cesar Benitez - 20/75 - last 2 seasons - 26 games/25 starts/2241 minutes/1 goal for Cerro Porteno - Chile call up also
    Juan Nunez - 21/75 - last 2 seasons - 35 games/32 starts/2844 minutes/1 goal for Tacuary
    Silvio Torales - 19/75 - last 2 seasons - 45 games/43 starts/3719 minutes/3 goals for Nacional Asuncion
    Federico Gomez - 21/75 - 16 games/3 starts/557 minutes/4 goals for Racing Club
    Harry Kane - 17/75 - 17 games/8 starts/844 minutes/5 goals for Leyton Orient (on loan from Tottenham)
    Marlon De Jesus - 20/75 - last 2 seasons - 38 games/32 starts/2322 minutes/13 goals for El Nacional/Deportivo Quito
    Ahmed Musa - 18/75 - 21 games/19 starts/1612 minutes/3 goals for VVV
    Pierre-Michel Lasogga - 19/75 - 22 games/16 starts/1508 minutes/12 goals for Hertha BSC
    Santiago Trellez - 21/75 - 12 games/12 starts/813 minutes/4 goals for Medellin
    Alvaro Ramos - 19/75 - last 2 seasons - 28 games/7 starts/1090 minutes/10 goals for Deportes Iquique
    Lionel Carole - 20/76 - 4 games/4 starts/316 minutes for Benfica
    Bryan Carrasco - 20/76 - last 2 seasons - 19 games/16 starts/1439 minutes/3 goals for Audax Italiano - linked with Barcelona & Real Madrid
    Lorenzo Ebecilio - 19/76 - 13 games/11 starts/910 minutes/1 goal for Ajax
    Luciano Narsingh - 20/76 - 22 games/14 starts/1329 minutes/5 goals for Heerenveen
    Marco Van Ginkel - 18/75 - 23 games/15 starts/1333 minutes/5 goals for Vitesse
    Ramon Leeuwin - 23/78 - 28 games/25 starts/2246 minutes for ADO Den Haag
    David Texeira - 20/76 - 12 games/10 starts/838 minutes/5 goals for Defensor Sporting
    Juan Agudelo - 18/76 - last 2 seasons - 9 games/5 starts/469 minutes/2 goals for New York Red Bulls - 1 cap/1 goal for USA also.
    Kolbeinn Sigthorsson - 21/78 - 29 games/17 starts/1611 minutes/13 games for AZ
    Gonzalo Papa - 21/78 - last 2 seasons - 38 games/33 starts/2777 minutes for Fenix
    Rodrigo Alborno - 17/78 - last 2 seasons - 16 games/11 starts/1004 minutes/2 goals for Libertad - linked with big move away
    There are loads more so add away!
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    cleg_yorkshire reacted to andyowls in *NEW* Young Argentine Talent   
    *NEW* Young Argentine Talent




    It's back! The thread that brought you players like Javier Pastore, Nicolas Otamendi, James Rodriguez, Guillermo Burdisso and Mauro Formica, all of whom have since earned big-money moves to Europe, as well as plenty of other money-makers, is returning for a second run. Argentina is renowned as being a hot-bed of footballing talent, with top European clubs often scouring the domestic scene in Argentina for the latest prodigy at a bargain price. Read on to hear about the latest talents coming out of South America's greatest (Spanish-speaking) country.

    ANDRADA, EstebanCIRIGLIANO, Ezequiel


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    cleg_yorkshire reacted to Dean89 in Help With Deal(s) Thread...   
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    It really depends on which position you are lacking. I would keep Sagna. Raul Albiol is over-rated IMO and the other 2 deals are not bad.
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