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  1. Re: mt's Summer Rating Predictions (Risers Only) 4 goals in 11 games so far this season, goals were against Amkar Perm, FK Khimki, Dinamo Moskva and FK Moskva. No goals against CSKA, Zenit or Lokomotiv, but still to play Spartak and champions Rubin before the first half of fixtures are complete. Might I also recommend a player for a possibly nice 3 /4 point rise...Alan Kasaev of Kuban. He has played nearly every minute of every game, and has contributed 1 goal and 4 assists so far in 11 games. Not a bad record! He is currently 82 and 23 years old, should cost around £2.7million, with a potential resale value of £4million or more...
  2. Re: mt's Summer Rating Predictions (Risers Only) 4 goals in 11 games so far this season, goals were against Amkar Perm, FK Khimki, Dinamo Moskva and FK Moskva. No goals against CSKA, Zenit or Lokomotiv, but still to play Spartak and champions Rubin before the first half of fixtures are complete. Might I also recommend a player for a possibly nice 3 /4 point rise...Alan Kasaev of Kuban. He has played nearly every minute of every game, and has contributed 1 goal and 4 assists so far in 11 games. Not a bad record! He is currently 82 and 23 years old, should cost around £2.7million, with a potential resale value of £4million or more...
  3. Re: scotland ratings Before you get all confident and think you have found a flaw in my claims, re-read my post. I said 2009. Most of those goals you listed were in 2008...
  4. Re: scotland ratings I think if you want to make a constructive post, you should take off the blue-tinted glasses. At the moment it just makes you come across as a bitter Rangers fan. You can't even comment on a Celtic player without insulting them in some way, it's quite sad. Playing time is only useful up to a point, after that statistics and performances come into play. Weir and Broadfoot have both not played at the same standard as last year, so hard to see why they would get a rating increase. Kenny Miller could rise a little bit, although like Boyd, their goal-scoring record for Rangers in 2009 and against bigger teams in general is generally suspect. As for the UEFA Cup run, you are right, they conceded very few. They scored 5 goals in 9 games, and conceded 4 in that time also. Four games in that period finished 0-0. Infact, they didn't score one goal at all in the semi-finals or in the final. I think it shows that they basically parked the bus in front of the goals, and that doesn't necessarily make them good defenders.
  5. Re: scotland ratings I'm not only talking about Celtic and Rangers. Yes, the national team had some fantastic results. We also lost to Georgia, numerous friendlies, we lost to Macedonia and drew with Norway, and considering the experience of these players, this should not be happening. Celtic did well yes, but still can't get even a point away from home. Rangers did well although they barely scored a goal on the road to the UEFA Cup Final. Motherwell got humped, QotS got humped, Gretna got humped, Dunfermline got humped, Aberdeen did do well, but only won one game in eight attempts in the UEFA Cup...Rangers got pumped this year, Celtic made a quick exit, Hibs got repeatedly pumped in the INTERTOTO CUP... The co-efficients don't lie, and recent international results don't lie. And mentioning England, that has nothing to do with the Scottish ratings. These things are done over the past year, not the past five.
  6. Re: scotland ratings For those who said no-one cares about the Scottish ratings, they are clearly the ones who would prefer if SM only rated the top 4 or 5 leagues. However, seeing as some people on here prefer to challenge themselves and even compete with these lower division teams from several countries, a rise to 64 can be an important moment in a season for many players! As for the rating of Scotland, it's true. Some dismal performances in Europe from Scottish teams in recent years means the co-efficient is down, the national team has under-performed, and as such SM are treating it as the paperwork reads. Bit of a shame, because as all teams from lower countries know, the seeding system eliminates any chance of progress in the UEFA and FIFA competitions, and means experience is gained only by virtue of being at a club with silly money.
  7. Re: scotland ratings Boyd has scored 6 goals in 2009, including one penalty. Most of the goals have been late goals when the teams are already beaten. None of the goals have been against teams like Celtic, Hearts, Dundee United, Aberdeen.
  8. Re: scotland ratings To be fair, the ratings were shocking on Celtic and Rangers for both risers and droppers. Some of the other teams were okay, but I have not looked as in-depth at them. ------------------------------- Looking at Celtic first: Boruc going down to 90 was correct. Had a few bad moments, including the goal conceded against Hibs. No complaints. McGeady going down to 89 was very harsh. The consistency of downgrading players for not playing all the time is ridiculous. Michael Owen anyone? McGeady is still an important player for Celtic, and 90 was just right. Gary Caldwell still only at 88, even though he is a regular in the side, regular at international level, and has been one of the best performers for Celtic this season? 89 should have been a certainty. Marc Crosas was 84 before he came to Celtic, barely kicking a ball for Barcelona. He plays in numerous games this year, scores a screamer, and not even a small rise. Ludicrous. Lee Naylor at 86...I don't think I need to comment on that seeing as he is usually first-choice. He is not the greatest, but come on! Bobo Balde still hasn't kicked a ball since the last ratings, but stays at 84. Why?!?! Scott Brown has improved immeasurably this season, in the running for POTY...ah, but improvement obviously doesn't get you a ratings increase. Should be 90. Even Shaun Maloney, while injured just now, played enough of a part to go from 87 to 88. Hesselink going down was blatantly obvious, as he has been terrible this year. Samaras staying the same is also right...second half of the season has been just as productive as Hesselink! Scott McDonald had a small shout for 90, but I think his lack of goals when playing for Australia may have tipped it. Still, next time he may be a stick-on for it, as his all-round game has improved. ---------------------------------- Looking at Rangers: Allan McGregor at 89 is just right, as he only came back from a lengthy injury, and took a bit of time to get back to match-sharpness. I think Kirk Broadfoot is just right at 87 as well. He did get called up for Scotland, but there are so many flaws in his game, including his inability to take a throw-in! David Weir has struggled as the season went on, and 88 is a good call. Bougherra has had his injuries, but being a regular and fairly solid, a rise to 88 should definitely have been given. Why is Christian Dailly still 85?! Exact same scenario as Balde... Barry Ferguson has definitely struggled, and 89 is a real possibility. I will give SM the benefit of the doubt for now as it's a big drop to go from 91 to 89, but he's on a shoogly peg! Thomson is harsh, but with a long-term injury, inevitable. Still, would it have harmed him to stay at 88?! Thought Maurice Edu might have stolen a point to rise to 84, but guess not. Fleck is also about right. He has only played a few games, but 78 or 79 might have been a bit fairer than only 77. Not sure what Nacho Novo did to get to 87, hasn't he been constantly injured and done little to improve on last season? Kenny Miller definitely should be 87. Would struggle to finish his dinner, but he is still playing, scoring the odd goal, and a regular for the national side. Kyle Lafferty to 86 should maybe have been? Injuries have done him, but as with others, regular international, and scoring a few goals... Kris Boyd definitely should have been 88. Barely scored this year, never plays against Celtic or in Europe, no longer plays for Scotland...sorry guys, he had to drop! Some people mentioned Sheridan as well...82 is about right. He scored goals for Celtic, now playing well at Motherwell...just right. Lee Miller could have been pushing for 86 as well, but some might disagree on that!
  9. Re: Question about forwards Thanks bud, I have arranged a friendly game, so will test out the formation at that point.
  10. Re: Best British film? 'if....' was also a great film.
  11. Hi there guys, just a quick question. I was thinking of playing an F in the AM position just behind the strikers. Are F's capable of playing there, or will he likely play terrible every game?
  12. Re: Some questions about a Custom Setup. Thanks for the advice, I will get in touch with SM.
  13. Re: Some questions about a Custom Setup. I do plan to make it a passworded league so only people I know will be getting in, but as long as I make it perfectly clear in the description before I get it up and running, I should be alright in the eyes of SM?
  14. Hi there guys, had a look on the help files but couldn't find an answer, hoping someone can help! I was basically looking at the part about restricting who teams can buy. I understand the part about limiting by age or by ratings, but its about the nationality restriction. Is it only possible to have either all nationalities allowed, or only that of the country the club is from? I was hoping to be able to restrict it to only from nationalities of all the different clubs in the league, but I have a feeling it may not be available to implement. If thats the case, is it possible I can simply state the guidelines on the league description, and cancel any transfers made that include nationalities outwith that of the leagues constituent countries? Or would SMFA just take a dim view of it and take the league away from me?
  15. I realise that the introduction of playoffs is still fairly new, but it would be good if there were different options for the implementation of the idea. The idea at the forefront of my mind was that instead of only having it between teams 3-6 in the division, it should also be possible to customise it so that the team finishing directly below the automatic promotion places will play the team who finishes one place above the automatic relegation spot in the division above. The winner gets the place in the higher division basically. It puts a new spin on it, and although you can't implement both systems in a game world, it should be an option for custom game worlds at least. Of course, being able to change the amount of teams in a playoff, say positions 3-4 instead of 3-6, or even to create a kind of group system with the winner of the round-robin system progressing, would be good. Maybe even implementing the real-life system from the Netherlands into that league in the GC's.
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