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    Stuart@Arsenal reacted to dancpoli in Joao Pereira or Silvio to rise?   
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    Stuart@Arsenal got a reaction from Soccahappy in 60-74 risers (divided into leagues)   
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    hey glory, any idea when the next aussie review would likely be? im assuming the aussie league is only reviewed once per year (at best perhaps?).
    good thread so far btw. lots of players, be interesting to see what some go up to. really is good for those on a low budget. it really is about time slovenia and slovakia were done. and some other smaller leagues in europe too, ireland hasnt been done since i can remember.
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    Stuart@Arsenal reacted to glory in 60-74 risers (divided into leagues)   
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    Stuart@Arsenal reacted to Soccahappy in 60-74 risers (divided into leagues)   
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    Ok "for your eyes only" Stuart@ (From my confidential File ) if SM take THE SAME AMOUNT of time to review as last time it will be on Tuesday the 13th of December
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    Stuart@Arsenal got a reaction from rekall in PORTUGAL – 1st and 2nd Division extensive thread - Discussion Thread   
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    actually I had heard of alverca' date=' but only because deco had played their. i'd have no idea on their recent club history or anything like that. it is amazing the rise of some of those players you listed, most notably Nani for me. I suppose their is talent in all lower leagues and nani is a great example. maybe alex oxlade-chamberlain will be a similar example in a few seasons of a player going from level 3 football to being a regular in a top side. it really is nice to see in any league, not just portugal or england, when players can still forge a top career even playing a few levels lower. i guess these success stories must drive a lot of those players to succeed in the low levels, and you're right, its proof that it doesnt matter how good a league is ranked or rated, good players will always rise to the surface no matter what standard they are playing at.
    thanks for that.
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    Stuart@Arsenal reacted to DerbyPower in PORTUGAL – 1st and 2nd Division extensive thread - Discussion Thread   
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    So many words! I read through all of it, but honestly I haven't got the patience to elaborate a giant answer. I'll just stick to the basics:
    Yes, the French league is more attractive than the Portuguese. Their country is richer, meaning there is more money involved in their league; the stadiums have perceptibly better crowds than ours specially when it comes to smaller teams; their competitiveness is higher, there are 4/5 teams which can effectively fight for the title, we only got two in the past years (sorry Sporting)...
    Now, should the Portuguese top clubs be rated at least equally to their French counterparts? Of course! The only real point of comparison between different leagues is in European competitions. And France can't touch us ATM, and probably never will. I mean, just look at the facts: European knock-outs between both countries are almost always on our favour. Last season a mediocre Sporting won against French champions Lille without breaking a sweat. So how's it possible that Lille has a rating cap of 91 or 92 while Sporting has to stick with a 90? Ok, some results might be surprising and that's football. But in a very recent past Porto defeated Lyon, Benfica eliminated PSG and Marseille, Sporting won against Lille... It doesn't make sense that the French ratings are higher. Besides, the Portuguese League has had 92 and 93 rated players before, it wouldn't be anything out of ordinary to have them again.
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    Stuart@Arsenal reacted to Little Prince in PORTUGAL – 1st and 2nd Division extensive thread - Discussion Thread   
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    Stuart@Arsenal reacted to rekall in PORTUGAL – 1st and 2nd Division extensive thread - Discussion Thread   
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    "Besides, the Portuguese League has had 92 and 93 rated players before, it wouldn't be anything out of ordinary to have them again."
    It would be only fair IMO, players like Moutinho and Hulk have deserved a higher rating for time now. Even Falcao with everything that he accomplished last year did not rise over 91 just because he was playing in the Portuguese league. Very unfair.
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    Stuart@Arsenal got a reaction from DerbyPower in PORTUGAL – 1st and 2nd Division extensive thread - Discussion Thread   
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    For the benefit of the thread, before bombarding DP with questions of "will XXXX rise or drop", click on the player ratings predictions below as puiblished by DP himself. It just saves endless posts and questions...most answers can probably be found by clicking on the relevant link to the team that the player you have a query about plays for. I've re-quoted this since the previous one has disappeared back by about 2 pages now, seems some people can't be bothered to scan back that many pages...so....
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    Stuart@Arsenal got a reaction from TeeJay779 in French Ligue 1 & 2 (Risers Edition)   
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    Stuart@Arsenal got a reaction from argala in 60-74 risers (divided into leagues)   
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    add these to your list mate, I posted this somewhere else on the forum about a week ago
    English Championship:
    Lee Tomlin (Peterborough United) : 69 ~ 80**
    Adam Legdzins (Derby County) : 67 ~ 75/76
    Paul Bignot (Blackpool) : 67 ~ may rise to 75 if he plays.
    Jason Pearce (Portsmouth) : 74 ~ 80/82**
    Marvin Bartley (Burnley) : 72 ~ 77/78
    Matt Done (Barnsley) : 72 ~ 77/78
    Scott Wiseman (Barnsley) : 74 ~ 79/80
    Curtis Main (Middlesbrough) : 68 ~ may rise to 75 if he plays.
    John Marquis (Millwall) : 72 ~ 77/78
    Ryan Cresswell (Ipswich Town) : 74 ~ 80/82**
    Tom Lees (Leeds United) : 74 ~ 80/82**
    Ryan Taylor (Bristol City) : 72 ~ 75/76
    Steve Cook (Brighton & Hove Albion) : 70 ~ 75
    Filip Kiss (Slovan Bratislava - on loan at Cardiff City) : 74 ~ 80
    2. Bundesliga:
    Robert Koch (Dynamo Dresden) : 70 ~ 80**
    Florian Jungwirth (Dynamo Dresden) : 74 ~ 80**
    Mohammed Lartey (Hansa Rostock) : 72 ~ 80**
    Mario Erb (Alemannia Aachen) : 73 ~ 77/78
    Jonas Strifler (Alemannia Aachen) : 70 ~ 76/77
    Ligue 2:
    Regis Gurtner (US Boulougne) : 74 ~ 80**
    Gilles Cioni (SC Bastia) : 74 ~ 80/82**
    Manasse Enza-Yamissi (Amiens SC) : 74 ~ 79/80
    Segunda Division:
    Juan Pedro Pina (CD Alcoyano) : 74 ~ 79/80
    Aleix Vidal (UD Almeria) : 74 ~ 79/80
    Garcia Fofo (Villarreal : 70 ~ 77/78
    Niguez Jony (CD Guadalajara) : 70 ~ 76/77
    Serie B:
    Maikol Neg.ro**** (AS Nocerina) : 72 ~ 77/78
    Daniel Ciofani (AS Gubbio) : 74 ~ 79/80
    Niccolo Galli (Parma) : 74 ~ 76
    Sweden:
    Fadi Malke (Hammarby) : 70 ~ 78
    **** Maikol Ne.gro is without the full stop, the word is censored on the forum
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    Stuart@Arsenal got a reaction from La libelulle in Ligue 2, Championship, 2.Bundesliga, Serie B, Segunda Division   
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    for those that like a bargain. some real cheap players to sign from this level that should rise nicely. All players here currently rated below 75, which means they'll cost you no more than about 250k (many only 10k!), also they'll be on very cheap wages (players under a 75 rating only get a 3,500 wage).
    English Championship:
    Lee Tomlin (Peterborough United) : 69 ~ 80**
    Adam Legdzins (Derby County) : 67 ~ 75/76
    Paul Bignot (Blackpool) : 67 ~ 75
    Jason Pearce (Portsmouth) : 74 ~ 80/82**
    Marvin Bartley (Burnley) : 72 ~ 77/78
    Matt Done (Barnsley) : 72 ~ 77/78
    Scott Wiseman (Barnsley) : 74 ~ 79/80
    Curtis Main (Middlesbrough) : 68 ~ 75
    John Marquis (Millwall) : 72 ~ 77/78
    Ryan Cresswell (Ipswich Town) : 74 ~ 80/82**
    Tom Lees (Leeds United) : 74 ~ 80/82**
    Ryan Taylor (Bristol City) : 72 ~ 75/76
    2. Bundesliga:
    Robert Koch (Dynamo Dresden) : 70 ~ 80**
    Florian Jungwirth (Dynamo Dresden) : 74 ~ 80**
    Mohammed Lartey (Hansa Rostock) : 72 ~ 80**
    Mario Erb (Alemannia Aachen) : 73 ~ 77/78
    Jonas Strifler (Alemannia Aachen) : 70 ~ 76/77
    Ligue 2:
    Regis Gurtner (US Boulougne) : 74 ~ 80**
    Gilles Cioni (SC Bastia) : 74 ~ 80/82**
    Manasse Enza-Yamissi (Amiens SC) : 74 ~ 79/80
    Segunda Division:
    Juan Pedro Pina (CD Alcoyano) : 74 ~ 79/80
    Aleix Vidal (UD Almeria) : 74 ~ 79/80
    Garcia Fofo (Villarreal : 70 ~ 77/78
    Niguez Jony (CD Guadalajara) : 70 ~ 76/77
    Serie B:
    Maikol Neg.ro**** (AS Nocerina) : 72 ~ 77/78
    Daniel Ciofani (AS Gubbio) : 74 ~ 79/80
    Niccolo Galli (Parma) : 74 ~ 76
    **** - Maikol Neg.ro is without the full stop, since his surname is censored.
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    Stuart@Arsenal got a reaction from Nabu in French Ligue 1 & 2 (Risers Edition)   
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    Baptiste Reynet will be a great buy for anyone. 75 rated keeper whose played 810 mins this season for Dijon. should get a nice rise similar to what pierrick cros got last season. 75 > 83 easy i reckon.
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    Stuart@Arsenal got a reaction from argala in Ligue 2, Championship, 2.Bundesliga, Serie B, Segunda Division   
    Re: Ligue 2, Championship, 2.Bundesliga, Serie B, Segunda Division
    for those that like a bargain. some real cheap players to sign from this level that should rise nicely. All players here currently rated below 75, which means they'll cost you no more than about 250k (many only 10k!), also they'll be on very cheap wages (players under a 75 rating only get a 3,500 wage).
    English Championship:
    Lee Tomlin (Peterborough United) : 69 ~ 80**
    Adam Legdzins (Derby County) : 67 ~ 75/76
    Paul Bignot (Blackpool) : 67 ~ 75
    Jason Pearce (Portsmouth) : 74 ~ 80/82**
    Marvin Bartley (Burnley) : 72 ~ 77/78
    Matt Done (Barnsley) : 72 ~ 77/78
    Scott Wiseman (Barnsley) : 74 ~ 79/80
    Curtis Main (Middlesbrough) : 68 ~ 75
    John Marquis (Millwall) : 72 ~ 77/78
    Ryan Cresswell (Ipswich Town) : 74 ~ 80/82**
    Tom Lees (Leeds United) : 74 ~ 80/82**
    Ryan Taylor (Bristol City) : 72 ~ 75/76
    2. Bundesliga:
    Robert Koch (Dynamo Dresden) : 70 ~ 80**
    Florian Jungwirth (Dynamo Dresden) : 74 ~ 80**
    Mohammed Lartey (Hansa Rostock) : 72 ~ 80**
    Mario Erb (Alemannia Aachen) : 73 ~ 77/78
    Jonas Strifler (Alemannia Aachen) : 70 ~ 76/77
    Ligue 2:
    Regis Gurtner (US Boulougne) : 74 ~ 80**
    Gilles Cioni (SC Bastia) : 74 ~ 80/82**
    Manasse Enza-Yamissi (Amiens SC) : 74 ~ 79/80
    Segunda Division:
    Juan Pedro Pina (CD Alcoyano) : 74 ~ 79/80
    Aleix Vidal (UD Almeria) : 74 ~ 79/80
    Garcia Fofo (Villarreal : 70 ~ 77/78
    Niguez Jony (CD Guadalajara) : 70 ~ 76/77
    Serie B:
    Maikol Neg.ro**** (AS Nocerina) : 72 ~ 77/78
    Daniel Ciofani (AS Gubbio) : 74 ~ 79/80
    Niccolo Galli (Parma) : 74 ~ 76
    **** - Maikol Neg.ro is without the full stop, since his surname is censored.
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    Stuart@Arsenal got a reaction from najduch5 in Ligue 2, Championship, 2.Bundesliga, Serie B, Segunda Division   
    Re: Ligue 2, Championship, 2.Bundesliga, Serie B, Segunda Division
    for those that like a bargain. some real cheap players to sign from this level that should rise nicely. All players here currently rated below 75, which means they'll cost you no more than about 250k (many only 10k!), also they'll be on very cheap wages (players under a 75 rating only get a 3,500 wage).
    English Championship:
    Lee Tomlin (Peterborough United) : 69 ~ 80**
    Adam Legdzins (Derby County) : 67 ~ 75/76
    Paul Bignot (Blackpool) : 67 ~ 75
    Jason Pearce (Portsmouth) : 74 ~ 80/82**
    Marvin Bartley (Burnley) : 72 ~ 77/78
    Matt Done (Barnsley) : 72 ~ 77/78
    Scott Wiseman (Barnsley) : 74 ~ 79/80
    Curtis Main (Middlesbrough) : 68 ~ 75
    John Marquis (Millwall) : 72 ~ 77/78
    Ryan Cresswell (Ipswich Town) : 74 ~ 80/82**
    Tom Lees (Leeds United) : 74 ~ 80/82**
    Ryan Taylor (Bristol City) : 72 ~ 75/76
    2. Bundesliga:
    Robert Koch (Dynamo Dresden) : 70 ~ 80**
    Florian Jungwirth (Dynamo Dresden) : 74 ~ 80**
    Mohammed Lartey (Hansa Rostock) : 72 ~ 80**
    Mario Erb (Alemannia Aachen) : 73 ~ 77/78
    Jonas Strifler (Alemannia Aachen) : 70 ~ 76/77
    Ligue 2:
    Regis Gurtner (US Boulougne) : 74 ~ 80**
    Gilles Cioni (SC Bastia) : 74 ~ 80/82**
    Manasse Enza-Yamissi (Amiens SC) : 74 ~ 79/80
    Segunda Division:
    Juan Pedro Pina (CD Alcoyano) : 74 ~ 79/80
    Aleix Vidal (UD Almeria) : 74 ~ 79/80
    Garcia Fofo (Villarreal : 70 ~ 77/78
    Niguez Jony (CD Guadalajara) : 70 ~ 76/77
    Serie B:
    Maikol Neg.ro**** (AS Nocerina) : 72 ~ 77/78
    Daniel Ciofani (AS Gubbio) : 74 ~ 79/80
    Niccolo Galli (Parma) : 74 ~ 76
    **** - Maikol Neg.ro is without the full stop, since his surname is censored.
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    Stuart@Arsenal reacted to najduch5 in Player ratings thread   
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    FRANCE

    Aurélian CHEDJOU [25, CB/DM] - 87 ~ 88
    Moussa SOW [25, Fwd/Wing] - 87 ~ 88
    Jean-Armel KANA-BIYIK [21, CB/RB] - 84 ~ 86/85
    Kévin THEOPHILE-CATHERINE [21, Def] - 83 ~ 85/86
    **John BOYE [23, CB] - 75 ~ 80**
    Yacine BRAHIMI [21, AM/Wing] - 85 ~ 86/87
    Yann M'VILA [20, DM/CM] - 89 ~ 90
    **Tongo Hamed DOUMBIA [21, CM/DM] - 78 ~ 83/82**
    Jirès KEMBO-EKOKO [23, Wing/Fwd] - 86 ~ 87
    Apoula EDEL [24, GK] - 86 ~ 88/87
    Benjamin STAMBOULI [20, Def/DM] - 80 ~ 82/83
    Olivier GIROUD [24, CF] - 86 ~ 87
    Loïc PERRIN [25, RB/DM] - 86 ~ 87
    Emmanuel RIVIERE [20, Fwd/Wing] - 86 ~ 87
    Kévin MONNET-PAQUET [22, Fwd/Wing] - 86 ~ 87
    Lynel KITAMBALA [20, Fwd/Wing] - 84 ~ 86
    Ousmane COULIBALY [21, RB] - 75 ~ 77/78
    Marc VIDAL [19, GK] - 75 ~ 77
    Adrián GUNINO [22, RB] - 83 ~ 85
    **Federico SANTANDER [19, CF] - 80 ~ 84/83**
    Kévin ANIN [24, CM/DM] - 85 ~ 86/87
    Ludovic SANE [23, Def/DM] - 86 ~ 87
    **Salif SANE [20, CB/RB] - 75 ~ 80**
    Anthony MODESTE [22, Fwd/Wing] - 86 ~ 87
    **Nicolas ISIMAT MIRIN [19, CB] - 75 ~ 80**
    Gaëtan BONG [22, CB/RB] - 85 ~ 86
    Benjamin ANGOUA [24, Def/DM] - 85 ~ 86
    **Tae-Hee NAM [19, Wing/AM] - 75 ~ 80**
    Romain INEZ [22, RB] - 78 ~ 81/82
    Alexis THÉBAUX [25, GK] - 85 ~ 86
    Thomas HEURTAUX [22, CB] - 84 ~ 85
    Sambou YATABARE [21, AM/Fwd] - 83 ~ 84
    **Massadio HAIDARA [18, LB] - 75 ~ 80**
    Julien QUERCIA [24, Fwd/Wing] - 85 ~ 86
    Nemanja PEJCINOVIC [23, LB/CB] - 84 ~ 85
    Layvin KURZAWA [18, LB] - 75 ~ 77/78
    Nampalys MENDY [18, DM] - 82 ~ 83/84
    Serge AURIER [18, RB/LB] - 82 ~ 84/83
    **Raphaël VARANE [17, CB] - 75 ~ 82/83**
    Gaël GERMANY [27, LB] - 78 ~ 82/81
    Grégory LORENZI [27, LB] - 83 ~ 84


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    Stuart@Arsenal reacted to murph1 in French Ligue 1 & 2 (Risers Edition)   
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    I think Steeven Langil WING/FWD aged 21 who plays for first placed SM Caen is due a good rise. He has 11 starts and a sub from 12 games plus hes the clubs top scorer with 5 goals and 3 assists aswell. Caen are 7 points clear at the top of the league and yet to lose. So all in all not bad for a 78 rated winger should rise 82/83 IMO. Also 19 year old FWD/AM Magaye Gueye is worth a look hes hit 6 goals in 10 starts and one sub plus he has a goal in the cup. Hes playing for RC Strasbourg who are second from bottom but Gueye is the 3rd top scorer in the league and a french under 21 player hes rated 75 so hes cheap too. Should rise to 80 I think.
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    Stuart@Arsenal got a reaction from Campbellblade in Championship Ratings Review.   
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    ha, nice tip. shame to see the blades struggling so badly hope they can turn the corner, they're too good to go down to league one thats for sure. anyway, hopefully SM will catch wind of this and make the lower leagues a priority. since they usually do three in a week it'd be great if they could slaughter their way through the championship, league one and league two in one hit. would be nice.
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