mlasm got a reaction from Hercule Poirot in PORTUGAL – 1st and 2nd Division extensive thread - Discussion Thread
Re: PORTUGAL – 1st and 2nd Division extensive thread - Discussion Thread
Siqueira and Rodrigo cannot get 90 before Gaintan and Enzo Perez.
For me, Rodrigo has (long term):
20% chance not to reach 90
50% chance to reach 90
20% chance to reach 91
10% chance to reach 92+
mlasm reacted to ashtini in Liga BBVA Ratings Predictions thread
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This year Ronaldo deserves it:
66 - Ronaldo has hit 66 goals so far for club and country this year, beating his previous record of 63, in 2012. And he still has six more games to add to that tally (Madrid have eight matches left in 2013 but Cristiano is suspended for the two Copa del Rey clashes against Olimpic de Xativa). The 66 goals have come in just 55 appearances for Madrid and Portugal. Last year's 63 came in 71 appearances.
64 - By comparison, Ronaldo's rivals for the next Ballon d'Or crown, Messi and Ribery, have scored a combined 64 goals in 2013.
56 - The bulk of Cristiano's goals in 2013 have come with Madrid. The Portuguese has netted 56 times in 46 official games for his club this year.
47 - The Madeira-born forward's treble against Sweden saw him reach 47 international goals and equal the Portuguese record held by former Paris Saint-Germain striker Pauleta. One more goal would see Ronaldo, who has 109 Seleccaocaps to his name, claim the record outright.
36 - Ronaldo has scored 36 of his 66 goals in La Liga this year - in just 30 games.
32 - For club and country in 2013-14, Cristiano has 32 in 22 games. At the beginning of last season, he hit 21 in the same amount of matches.
30 - In April, he became the first player in Madrid's history to score more than 30 goals for three straight seasons and he is well on target to do so again this term.
24 - The Portuguese has already scored 24 goals for Los Blancos this season (from just 17 games) - his best-ever start to a season in Spain. And that with a new coach and system to get used to, plus the departure of Mesut Ozil (the German had set up more goals for Cristiano than anyone else - 27 - in the previous three campaigns).
19 - His double at Elche, which included a controversial penalty in added time, means that the former Manchester United man has now netted against every other team in La Liga. In 2011-12, he became the first player to do so in a single season but he had never played previously against Elche, who were promoted in the summer.
16 - The Portuguese has added maturity to his unquestionable individual brilliance and has 16 assists in 2013, meaning that he has been involved in an amazing 82 goals overall this year. He is also La Liga's top scorer so far this season with 16 goals and, with Messi on eight and recovering from injury, he is well on course for a second Pichichi prize.
14 - Cristiano's strike at Juventus earlier in November was his 14th Champions League goal of 2013, which saw him beat Messi's mark of 13 from last year.
10 - Ronaldo has 10 goals in nine matches for Portugal in 2013 - the first time that he has managed double figures for his country in a calendar year. His previous best was seven in nine games, in 2011.
8 - The 28-year-old is the current top scorer in this season's Champions League, with eight goals from his four games. He needs just one more in the final two group games to break a record that he now shares with Hernan Crespo, Filippo Inzaghi and Ruud van Nistelrooy.
6 - Ronaldo has hit six hat-tricks for Madrid in 2013. In total, he has now netted 23 of them for the Spanish side. He only scored one treble at Manchester United, despite spending six seasons at Old Trafford and racking up 118 goals for the team managed by Sir Alex Ferguson.
5 - Ronaldo recently moved up to fifth in the list of all-time Madrid scorers, overtaking Mexican legend Hugo Sanchez, and now has 225 goals for Los Blancos in just 216 matches. At his current strike-rate, the Portuguese will surpass Madrid's highest scorer, Raul (323 in 741 games) in 2015.
2 - Up until this year, Cristiano had never netted a hat-trick for Portugal. He now has two: The first against Northern Ireland in Belfast during World Cup qualifying and Tuesday's display in Solna.
(as of 23 Nov)
Isn't it something like this (2013/2014 season):
Messi - 16 apps, 14 goals, 4 assists
Ronaldo - 20 apps, 26 goals, 6 assists
He also is the only football ever to score in every minute of a game.
I'm not saying Ronaldo is better, just that this year, he deserves to win the Ballon D'or, it is an individual accolade after all.
mlasm got a reaction from germlad in Guess at next leagues to be reviewed, & discuss SM's review policy........
Re: Guess at next leagues to be reviewed, & discuss SM's review policy........
I feel people from SM say nothing concrete 'cause they don't know. They simply do not know how to answer. Perhaps SoccerWiki is a completely independent firm, kind of subcontracted to do the rating changes.
On the other hand, SM has been saying that SW is completely community driven. This is unmanageable. I can not imagine how wrong ratings can be, of course overrating hyped players and major leagues and at same time understating relatively unknown players or minor leagues.
Example, if the community were to rate Falcao 2 years ago, at the time playing in Portugal, what would you guess the rating would be? a relatively unknown player outside Portugal? 87? 88? With the previous system he was already a 91, since May 2010, and we all know he can be a 95 player soon... or even a 99, if decided by community, now that he is on the spotlight...
I agree with pimpampu, http://forum.soccermanager.com/showpost.php?p=2348915&postcount=961 , players will concentrate on major leagues, this will DESTROY the game.
mlasm reacted to AbuDhabi in YBR - Young Brazilian Risers (Predictions on the first page)
YBR - Young Brazilian Risers
What YBR will offer ? The proposal of YBR is to share with every manager knowledge about new talents of Brazilian football, transfers, information, statistics and everything that you want to know about Brazilian football.
The YBR thread is made mainly to show the future predictions for rating changes, but any forumer must ask anything about the brazilian football, known as a home of soccer "magicians".
Every week the predictions may be updated depending in the requirement of this, we want to make this thread an active place to share everything with each other, if you want to know a current form of a player, you would ask, if you want to know a rumour of a transfer, you would ask.
Every week as well I'll post a weekly post called "Brazilianess" showing the young player of the week here in Brasileirão (Brazilian Serie A).
Let's start it right now, enjoy it and make it better.
In alphabetic order: Atlético Goianiense (Current Place - 20th)
Reniê (CB - 23 years old) 82 - 84
Eron (LB/LM - 20 years old) 78 - 82
Diogo Campos (CF - 21 years old) 77 - 80 Atlético Mineiro (Current Place - 2nd)
Marcos Rocha (RB/RM - 23 years old) 82 - 85/86
Bernard (AM/WING - 20 years old) 83 - 86/87 Bahia (Current Place - 13th)
Lulinha (AM/FWD - 22 years old) 82 - 83/84
Gabriel (FWD/AM - 22 years old) 78 - 84 Botafogo (Current Place - 6th)
Dória (CB/LB - 17 years old) 75 - 78
Jadson (CM/DM - 19 years old) 75 - 82/83
Lucas Zen (DM/DEF - 21 years old) 82 - 84
Elkeson (AM/FWD - 23 years old) 86 - 87
Cidinho (AM/WING - 19 years old) 77 - 80/81 Corinthians (Current Place - 9th)
Guilherme Torres (DM/CM 21 years old) 78 - 82/83
Willian Arão (DM/CM 18 years old) 75 - 80
Romarinho (FWD/WING - 21 years old) 75 - 83/84 Coritiba (Current Place - 15th)
Luccas Claro (CB - 20 years old) 78 - 81
Sergio Manoel (DM/CB - 23 years old) 60 - 82
Junior Urso (DM - 23 years old) 80 - 83/84
Everton Ribeiro (LM/AM - 23 years old) 80 - 84
Willian (DM - 23 years old) 82 - 84/85 Cruzeiro (Current Place - 8th)
Rafael Donato (CB - 23 years old) 75 - 80/81
Élber (CM/AM - 20 years old) 76 - 78 Figueirense (Current Place - 18th)
Roni (AM/WING - 21 years old) 77 - 82
Jackson (DM/CM - 22 years old) 75 - 82
Caio (FWD/WING - 22 years old) 82 - 85/85 Flamengo (Current Place - 16th)
Marllon (CB - 20 years old) 75 - 80
Luiz Antonio (DM/CM - 21 years old) 78 - 84/85
Mattheus (AM/WING - 18 years old) 75 - 77
Negueba (AM/WING - 20 yeard old) 80 -82
Thomas (AM/WING - 19 years old) 77 - 80
Adryan (AM/WING - 18 years old) 75 - 80/80 Fluminense (Current Place - 1st)
Wallace (RB/RM - 18 years old) 75 - 82/83
Marcos Júnior (FWD - 19 years old) 76 - 78
Samuel Rosa (FWD/WING - 21 years old) 75 - 83
Wellington Nem (AM/FWD - 20 years old) 83 - 86/87 Grêmio (Current Place - 3rd)
Fernando (DM/CM - 20 years old) 84 - 86/87
Leandro Moura (FWD/AM - 19 years old) 82 - 83/84 Internacional (Current Place - 7th)
Otávio (AM/WING - 17 years old) 75 - 77
Fred (AM/WING - 19 years old) 75 - 83
Leandro Damião (CF - 23 years old) 88 - 89 Náutico (Current Place - 12th)
Rhayner (FWD/AM - 22 years old) 78 - 83/84 Palmeiras (Current Place - 19th)
Juninho (LB/LM - 22 years old) 84 - 86
Patrik (AM/WING - 22 years old) 83 - 84 Ponte Preta (Current Place - 10th)
Cicinho (RB/RM - 23 years old) 76 - 83/84
Renê Junior (CM/DM - 22 years old) 78 - 82/83
Nikão (FWD/AM - 20 years old) 76 - 81 Portuguesa (Current Place - 14th)
Ivan (RB/RM - 20 years old) 75 - 78
Ananias (AM/WING - 23 years old) 78 - 84 Santos (Current Place - 11th)
Rafael Cabral (GK - 22 years old) 86 - 87
Bruno Peres (RB/RM - 22 years old) 75 - 83
Paulo Henrique Ganso (AM/CM - 22 yrs old) 89 - 89/88
Felipe Anderson (AM/WING - 19 years old) 80 - 84
Victor Andrade (WING/FWD - 16 years old) 75 - 80
André (FWD - 21 years old) 86- 86/87
Neymar (FWD/WING - 20 years old) 90 - 90/91 Sport Recife (Current Place - 17th)
Reinaldo (LB/LM - 22 years old) 76 - 82
Rithely (DM/CM - 21 years old) 78 - 83
Marquinhos (FWD/AM - 22 years old) 78 - 83/84 São Paulo (Current Place - 5th)
Douglas (RB/RM - 22 years old) 82 - 85
Rafael Tolói (CB - 21 years old) 86 - 86/87
Rodrigo Caio (DM/CB - 19 years old) 75 - 78
Lucas Moura (AM/WING - 20 years old) 88 - 89
Ademilson (CF - 18 years old) 75 - 80 Vasco da Gama (Current Place - 4th)
William Matheus (LB/LM - 22 years old) 75 - 82/83
Auremir (DM/RB - 20 years old) 75 - 83
Douglas (CB - 22 years old) 78 - 83
Dedé (CB - 24 years old) 88 - 89
Willian Barbio (FWD/WING- 19 years old) 75 - 80
1 - Bernard (6)
2 - Lucas Moura (6)
3 - Rhayner (5)
1 - Caio (8)
2 - Elkeson (8)
3 - Neymar (8)
1 - Bernard (Atlético Mineiro)
2 - Fernando (Grêmio)
3 - Wellington Nem (Fluminense)
"The Brazilianess" 1st Edition (23rd Fixture)
Bernard (Atlético Mineiro)
A little boy, thin and aloof, with an immeasurable skill, this is Bernard, who was our pick for this first edition because it had a gala performance this weekend at Atlético Mineiro.
Scored twice for his side and decided the match, with quick and confuing moves, it is a rare mix of skill with speed and efficiency, a guy to keep an eye to the future in world football, have been developing their football ever more due to too great partnership with Ronaldinho, with who has learned a lot and gained experience.
Another great performers of the week were: Guilherme Torres (Corinthians) , Elkeson (Botafogo).
There's two links, one for a report of the match a video with the two Bernard goals in this weekend, with Ronaldinho saying that he's happy of see the birth of another wonderful player.
The other link, is a direct one for the results of the weekend for this 23rd fixture, enjoy. --> http://globoesporte.globo.com/futebol/times/atletico-mg/noticia/2012/09/r49-sobre-bernard-feliz-por-ver-o-nascimento-de-mais-um-craque.html#atleta-bernard
"The Brazilianess" 2nd Edition (24th and 25th Fixture)
Romarinho is a nightmare for Palmeiras, in his debut for Corinthians, he scored 2 goals, and this round, made his mark again, and was celebrating with the fans mocking rival, which caused confusion.
Anyway, he already shows great progress as a player, is constantly evolving, it's a different boy who always seeks finalization, has good speed and good dribbling, is standing out and for Chelsea is better to beware the Club World Cup, because to stop this boy, is virtually impossible. --> Direct link with the highlights of the derby, Corinthians x Palmeiras.
PS: The "Brasileirão" is in the 26th round of 38, every information may be updated.
PS²: I'll take a look everyday to answer every question, enjoy it, hope to help and hope to get some reputation as well
Have fun, proud, AbuDhabi.
"Gigante pela própria natureza"
mlasm reacted to .RC in Some Finnish risers.
Doing my own scouting for Finland so i thought I'd share the risers I find with you, there may well be more but these are the ones I'll be snapping up, need to get these ASAP.
SALONEN, Juuso - FC Haka
PESONEN, Saku - FC Haka
PIRINEN, Juha - FC Haka
HILANDER, Mika - KuPS - 50k
MARKKULA, Niko - JJK - 20k
LANSITALO, Jussi - FC Lahti - 60k
O'NEILL, Riley - MyPa - 120k
EKHALIE, Amos - IFK Mariehamn - 130k
If price not listed, they are 10k.
mlasm reacted to Glenn Hysén in Finland and Iceland, best risers!
Re: Finland and Iceland, best risers!
Here's a few 10k risers:
Jon Vilhelm Akason
Viktor Örn Gudmundsson
The finish guys should all reach at least 75. The Icelandic guys I don't dare to predict... Check their stats and make your own decision. But you really can't go that wrong considering that they cost 10K
mlasm reacted to Machines in The Fluffy Ligue 1 Ratings Thread
Re: Fluff's and Pazz' Ligue 1 Rating Thread
I´m sorry to disagree with you m8, but his chances is more like 99/1 in favour of him rising only +1. I think he deserves to rise yes, quality keeper, but +2 is not a real possibility. You´re probably unfamiliar with how SM do the revaluations and you also kinda overrate Ligue 1 and some of his players a bit imo. I think your advices on player´s quality are generally good and helpfull, but you can´t be so generous in terms of rises. Cheers.
mlasm got a reaction from argala in Argentina and Ecuador under 21 players with minutes
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mlasm got a reaction from arampage in Argentina and Ecuador under 21 players with minutes
Re: Argentina and Ecuador under 21 players with minutes
please tell me what do you think, this is my first predictions on SM:
Name Age rating Club
AGUIRRE, Nicolás 22 77 -> 82,0 Arsenal de Sarandi
FERREYRA, Facundo 21 80 -> 83,5 Banfield
TAGLIAFICO, Nicolás 19 78 -> 80,0 Banfield
VAZQUEZ, Franco 23 78 -> 83,0 Belgrano
ARAUJO, Sergio 20 77 -> 78,5 Boca Juniors
COLAZO, Nicolás 22 80 -> 81,5 Boca Juniors
IZQUIERDOZ, Carlos 23 80 -> 83,0 Lánus
OCAMPOS, Lucas 18 75 -> 82,5 River Plate
CIRIGLIANO, Ezequiel 20 75 -> 83,0 River Plate
CHICHIZOLA, Leandro 22 75 -> 83,0 River Plate
CANTEROS, Héctor 23 80 -> 83,5 Velez
Name Age rating Club
LOPEZ, Marcos 19 77 -> 84,0 Deportivo Cuenca
VELASCO, Pedro 19 77 -> 83,0 Deportivo Quito
MENDEZ, Deison 21 75 -> 80,0 Deportivo Quito
FAJARDO, Fernando 25 75 -> 80,0 Deportivo Quito
PAREDES, Juan Carlos 25 80 -> 84,0 Deportivo Quito
MARTINEZ, Fidel 22 80 -> 83,0 Deportivo Quito
GAIBOR, Fernando 20 78 -> 83,0 Emelec
UCHUARI, Jonny 18 75 -> 82,0 LDU de Loja
FERAUD, Carlos 21 77 -> 83,0 LDU de Loja
GANCHOZO, Marlon 21 78 -> 82,0 Liga Quito
GOVEA, Juan 21 75 -> 84,0 Nacional
ANANGONO, Juan 23 74 -> 83,0 Nacional
CAICEDO, Flavio 23 74 -> 82,0 Nacional
MADRID, Jose 24 77 -> 82,0 Nacional