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  1. Zappacosta' date=' even at the start a rank outsider, equal first! +2 to [b']87. [/b]for me the most outstanding scout of the season no matter how it ends as most of the ones near the top were easily pickable.

    Bonazzoli +2 to 77

    Update: 21/06/15

    Current Top 10:

    1= davidgol17 Calum Chambers - 87

    1= Justin X Corentin Tolisso -87

    1= juary Davide Zappacosta - 87

    4= SJain - Ayoze Perez - 86

    4= footie - Jose Luis Gaya - 86

    6= Machines Kyle Ebicilio - 85

    6= Vitor_mfc Youri Tielemans - 85

    6= DrGonzo - Alessio Romagnoli - 85

    6= Arlitoma - Kaan Ayhan - 85

    6= Sky_blue_goauld - Nabil Bentaleb - 85

    6= Cam Lucas - Sergi Samper - 85

    6= Mattsson - Davie Selke - 85

    6= Gizb - Carlos Mané - 85

    6= Adriano B. - Bertrand Traore - 85

    6= Terence - Anwar El Ghazi - 85

    6= kieke6000 - Marc Stendera - 85

    6= Raz - Julian Brandt - 85

    Zappacosta will be the next RB of Italian National Team! This summer he will move to one of Italian big team (Juuventus, Roma...)

  2. Re: The Race to reach 90 - Edition #3

    Tolisso +3 to 85 and a new joint leader. Coming up to some business time on the big leagues so expecting this board to change alot' date=' Chambers being the likely leader again soon imo.

    Update: 11/12/14

    Current Top 10:

    1=[b'] davidgol17[/b] Calum Chambers - 85

    1= Machines Kyle Ebicilio - 85

    1= Vitor_mfc Youri Tielemans - 85

    1= Justin X Corentin Tolisso -85

    5= Rautate Pablo Insua - 84

    5= Cam Lucas - Sergi Samper - 84

    5= SJain - Ayoze Perez - 84

    8= andre97 Jorrit Hendrix - 83

    8= Hazr Patrick Bamford - 83

    8= juary Davide Zappacosta - 83

    8= Sky_blue_goauld - Nabil Bentaleb - 83

    8= Frozy - Richairo Zivkovic - 83

    8= WestHamMatt - Traore Adama - 83

    8= olivier 1 - Bilal Basacikoglu - 83

    Davide Zappacosta gets a +2 to 85 Yep!:P:p:D:D:D:cool:

  3. Re: The 2014 Christmas & New Year Scouting Thread

    ITALY

    SERIE A

    Marco Sportiello – GK – 22 – 80 – Atalanta

    The 22-year old has played in all 13 games so far this season' date=' taking the number one spot for Atalanta after only appearing in three games last season, and has kept five clean sheets so far this season. [b']80=>83[/b]

    Alessio Cragno – GK – 20 – 82 – Cagliari

    The twenty year old has started 11 games this season, out-competing Simone Colombi for a starting spot. 82=>84

    Murara Neto – GK – 25 – 87 – Fiorentina

    The Brazilian goalkeeper has played in all 14 games this season, playing in 1274 minutes and having kept 6 clean sheets so far this season. 87=>88

    Marcos Alonso – D – 23 – 85 – Fiorentina

    The Spanish defender has impressed since coming back from loan at Bolton. He has scored once in 1184 minutes for 13 games. 85=>87

    Khouma Babacar – F – 21 – 84 – Fiorentina

    The Senegalese striker has scored four goals so far this season in 841 minutes. He has started 10 games and come on as a sub in 4 games, far outplaying Mario Gomez. 84=>86

    Sebastian de Maio – D – 27 – 84 – Genoa

    The French center back has started 10 games so far this season, clocking up 925 minutes for fourth place Genoa. He has formed an impressive backline so far this season as Genoa have only conceded 12 goals. 84=>86

    Artur Ionita – M – 24 – 83 – Hellas Verona

    The Moldovan midfielder has played in 12 games so far this season, starting 9 games and scoring twice in 792 minutes. 83=>85

    Ribeiro Dodo – D – 22 – 87 – Internazionale

    The Brazilian left back has played in 13 games so far this season, starting 12 and clocking up 1030 minutes. 87=>88

    Mateo Kovacic – M – 20 – 88 – Internazionale

    The Croatian starlet has impressed so far for Internazionale, building on a great 32-game season last year. He has also scored twice in 1059 minutes spread across 13 games. Kovacic has also been in and out of the Croatian starting lineup, racking up 19 caps so far. 88=>89

    Mauro Icardi – F – 21 – 87 – Internazionale

    The Argentinian youngster has been Inter’s best player so far this season, scoring 7 goals in 13 appearances, combining well with Pablo Osvaldo and Rodrigo Palacio. 87=>88

    Angelo Ogbonna – D – 26 – 88 – Juventus

    The Torino product has performed well for cross-town rivals Juventus. The centre back has filled in formidably for Andrea Barzagli, playing in 12 games and 891 minutes. 88=>89

    Paul Pogba – M – 21 – 91 – Juventus

    Perhaps the world’s best young talent right now, the French midfielder has continued his fine form this season, scoring 3 goals in 12 games and continues to be a vital part of both the national setup and Juventus. 91=>92

    Roberto Pereyra – M – 23 – 88 – Juventus

    The Udinese owned player has been playing very well for Juventus, and he may aim for a permanent move at the end of the year. He has played in 13 games so far this season, clocking up 814 minutes. 88=>89

    Kingsley Coman – M – 18 – 77 – Juventus

    The French youngster has been impressing in the small sample size. Hoping to follow in the footsteps of compatriot Paul Pogba, he has played in 6 games so far this season. 77=>80

    Stefan de Vrij – D – 22 – 88 – Lazio

    The Dutch centre back was rewarded for a fine World Cup with a move to Lazio, and has continued to perform greatly in Rome, starting 12 games as he is an automatic choice for Lazio. 88=>89

    Filip Djordjevic – F – 27 – 87 – Lazio

    The Serbian striker has been Lazio’s most prolific goalscorer, with 6 goals so far this season in 911 minutes and 13 appearances. 87=>88

    Sinisa Andjelkovic – D – 28 – 83 – Palermo

    The Slovenian defender has started all 13 games so far this season for Palermo, playing in 1197 minutes. 83=>85

    Franco Vazquez – M – 25 – 84 – Palermo

    The Argentinian midfielder has scored three times in 13 starts and 1135 minutes for Palermo, proving his value to the team. 84=>86

    Paulo Dybala – F – 21 – 86 – Palermo

    The Argentinian striker has combined well with has compatriot Franco Vazquez by scoring 6 times in 13 starts and 1118 minutes. 84=>86

    Jose Mauri – M – 19 – 76 – Parma

    The Argentinian-Italian youngster has been a revelation this season, starting 9 games and scoring once in 746 minutes. 76=>80

    Afriyie Acquah – M – 22 – 85 – Parma

    The Ghanaian midfielder has started 11 games so far this season, clocking up 972 minutes. 85=>87

    Kostas Manolas – D – 23 – 87 – AS Roma

    The Greek defender has impressed since his transfer from Olympiakos, starting 11 games so far in Serie A and placing himself as one of the more important defenders in the Roma team. 87=>89

    Radja Nainggolan – M – 26 – 89 – AS Roma

    The Belgian midfielder has been very impressive since his move from Cagliari and has been long overdue for a rise. He has continued to perform this season, scoring twice in 1022 minutes and 11 starts. 89=>90

    Seydou Keita – M – 34 – 87 – AS Roma

    Despite being well into his 30’s, Seydou Keita has continued to produce. The ex-Barcelona man has scored once in 755 minutes. 87=>88

    Alessio Romagnoli – D – 19 – 82 – Sampdoria

    The Italian defender has been impressive on his loan spell, playing 8 games and scoring once in 574 minutes this season for the dark horses Sampdoria. 82=>84

    Franceso Magnanelli – M – 30 – 85 – Sassuolo

    The Italian midfielder has started all 13 games for Sassuolo, clocking up 1179 minutes. 85=>87

    Kalidou Koulibaly – D – 23 – 87 – SSC Napoli

    The French defender has impressed for Rafa Benitez’s men this season, starting all 13 games and scoring once so far after his move from Genk. 87=>88

    Bruno Peres – D – 24 – 82 – Torino

    The Brazilian man has impressed this season, including a wonderful Bale-esque goal against rivals Juventus a few weeks ago. He has also started 11 games this season in 1035 minutes. 82=>84

    Silvan Widmer – D – 21 – 83 – Udinese

    The Swiss man has been a consistent performer for Udinese, scoring once in 935 minutes and started 11 games. 83=>85

    SERIE B

    Antonio Donnarumma – GK – 24 – 80 – Bari

    The Italian goalkeeper has started all 16 games on his loan spell at Bari, playing in all 1488 minutes, keeping two clean sheets.

    Mariano Arini – M – 27 – 78 – Avellino

    The Italian midfielder has played in all 16 games, racking up 1124 minutes. 78=>80

    Luigi Castaldo – F – 32 – 80 – Avellino

    The veteran has been a deadly striker so far this season, scoring 10 goals in 16 appearances, with 1374 minutes. 80=>82

    Marios Oikonomou – D – 22 – 80 – Bologna

    The Greek defender has scored twice in his 11 games and 998 minutes this season, and has impressed for Bologna’s impressive defence. 80=>82

    Stefano Minelli – GK – 20 – 77 – Brescia

    The goalkeeper has started 12 games so far this season, keeping three clean sheets. 77=>80

    Racine Coly – D – 18 – 77 – Brescia

    The Senegalese defender has started 10 games so far for midtable Brescia, playing in 727 minutes. 77=>79

    Ahmed Benali – M – 22 – 75 – Brescia

    The English and Libyan midfielder has been long overdue for a rise, scoring four times in 15 games this season and also scored 3 times in 34 games last season. 75=>82

    Antonio Barreca – D – 19 – 76 – Cittadella

    The Italian defender has started 15 games so far this season, playing in 1364 games and scoring once, as well as being booked five times and sent off once. 76=>80

    Daniel Cappelletti – D – 23 – 77 – Cittadella

    The 23-year old has started 16 games and produced in 1477 minutes. 77=>80

    Roberto Crivello – D – 23 – 77 – Frosinone

    The Italian defender has started 12 games and played in 1076 minutes. 77=>79

    Mirko Gori – M – 21 – 75 – Frosinone

    The youngster has started 10 games and come in as a substitute twice, playing in 849 minutes. 75=>78

    Robert Gucher – M – 23 – 78 – Frosinone

    The Austrian midfielder has played in 13 games, scored once, and played in 1112 minutes. 78=>80

    Marco Moscati – M – 22 – 78 – Livorno

    The 22 year old has started 15 games and come on as a substitute once, playing in 1388 minutes. 78=>80

    Andrea Schiavone – M – 21 – 77 – Modena

    The on-loan youngster has started 14 games this season, scoring once in 1265 minutes. 77=>80

    Davide Luppi – M – 24 – 72 – Modena

    The Italian midfielder has been given the number 10 shirt, and has appeared in 11 games, playing in 469 minutes. 72=>75

    Ivan Provedel – GK – 20 – 78 – AC Perugia

    The loanee from Chievo has started 14 games this season, playing in 1287 minutes. 78=>80

    Edoardo Goldaniga – D – 21 – 78 – AC Perugia

    The defender has started 13 games this season, playing in 1203 minutes. 78=>80

    Niccolo Fazzi – F – 19 – 76 – AC Perugia

    The striker has lacked goals, but he has played in 15 games so far, totaling 866 minutes. 76=>79

    Matteo Politano – F – 21 – 78 – Pescara

    The winger has scored once in 16 games, playing in 1262 minutes. 78=>80

    Niccolo Belloni – M – 20 – 76 – Pro Vercelli

    The winger has started 9 games and come on as a substitute 6 times, scoring once in 843 minutes. 76=>79

    Leonardo Capezzi – M – 19 – 76 – Varese

    The on-loan youngster has started 12 games and played in 1103 minutes so far. 76=>79

    Garcia Pol – D – 19 – 76 – Vicenza

    The Spanish defender has played in 13 games so far this season, scoring once in 1114 minutes. 76=>79

    Andrade Nicolas – GK – 26 – 77 – Virtus Lanciano

    The Brazilian goalkeeper has started all 16 games so far this season, playing in 1466 minutes. 77=>80

    I suggest Davide Zappacosta RB - 22 - Atalanta

    The 22-year old has played in 11 games so far this season,becoming the new right back of Atalanta. He is debutant in serie A.

  4. Re: The 2014 Christmas & New Year Scouting Thread

    Hi all' date='

    Having returned to the forum, I felt like there seemed to be a lack of posting compared to the heyday five or so years ago, especially in the scouting section of the forum, as there has been less sharing and cooperation between forumers.

    So, in the five year anniversary of my Christmas and New Year Scouting Special, I will reintroduce the scouting thread with a compilation of scouting from all around the world, ranging from the English Premier League to the Norwegian League. This will not be a large post like last time, but it will be in installations of separate posts. Please feel free to comment on the thread and give your own opinions!

    Thank you and good luck!

    [b']Links to the individual posts[/b]

    ENGLAND

    You are great!!! :D:D:D:D

    Merry Christmas! B)

  5. Re: European Cups

    Are European cups have been removed' date=' or it's some kind a bug? Started yesterday with Bayern, no European games first season, I though that maybe it's gonna start from season 2(like SMFA competitions), but nope - already October, season 2, and still no European competitions....[/quote']

    No European Cups...:mad::mad::mad:

  6. Re: European Cups

    Are European cups have been removed' date=' or it's some kind a bug? Started yesterday with Bayern, no European games first season, I though that maybe it's gonna start from season 2(like SMFA competitions), but nope - already October, season 2, and still no European competitions....[/quote']

    No European Cups...:mad::mad::mad:

  7. Re: Free insults

    Click on the X to the side of the message.

    In my league (English Championship 400) insults are daily...

    I think that someone should be punished.

    I can not be able to post the images with the insults

  8. Re: 2010/2011 Winter Transfers and Rating

    Eduardo Nascimiento Costa from Monaco to Vasco da Gama (on loan)

    Cavalieri from Cesena to Fluminense

    Manu Garcia to Logrones

    Rubén Darío Ramírez from Banfield to Godoy Cruz

    Håvard Nordtveit from Arsenal to Borussia Mönchengladbach

    Mike Hanke from Hannover 96 to Borussia Mönchengladbach

    Nikola Saric from Liverpool to Vitesse (on loan)

    Aranha from Atletico Mineiro to Santos

  9. Re: 2010/2011 Winter Transfers and Rating

    Luca Antonelli from Parma to Genoa

    Francesco Modesto from Genoa to Parma

    Raffaele Palladino from Genoa to Parma (Co-owned by Juventus)

    Alberto Paloschi from Parma to Genoa (Co-owned by Milan)

    Andrea Ranocchia from Genoa to Inter

    Toni Calvo from Aris to Parma (Loan)

    Malaga have signed Ignacio Camacho and Sergio Asenjo from Atletico Madrid

    Julio Baptista from Roma to Malaga

    Demichelis from Bayern to Malaga

    Jose Angel from Sporting to Malaga (Ongoing Negotiations)

    Glick from Palermo to Bari (on loan)

    Tomovic from Genoa to Lecce (on loan)

    Andjelkovic from Maribor to Palermo

    Kurtic from Nova Gorica to Palermo

    Fernandez from Estudiantes to Napoli

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