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  1. Re: 74 X 75-80 rated 'Talents of the Future' (All players linked in first post). Alvaro Vadillo, 17 years old, 78, Wing Vadillo is the youngest and one of the most talked about young stars of the future in La Liga. Vadillo made his debut on 28th August 2011 against Granada at the age of 16 years, 11 months and 16 days to become the second youngest player to ever play in a La Liga match. The exciting winger is a target or Real Madrid, Manchester United and Barcelona. His ability to hold the ball on the wing, and aid in team attacks. Blessed with a pace and an immaculate touch, has led to comparisons with Real Madrid superstar, Cristiano Ronaldo. He is viewed as the next superstar. Some content from Arsenalrocs Ryan Tunnicliffe, 19 years old, 80, Center Mid Paul Scholes and Sir Alex have both said Ryan Tunnicliffe can make it. If your a long term soccer manager and stick with your teams I suggest you sign him. With Paul Scholes nearing retirement, United would love another home-grown midfield general to emerge, and Tunnicliffe could be that man. The next 12-months are likely to see him get his chance to cement his place in the first-team squad, and from there it will be with great interest to see whether he can make the big breakthrough. Andy Polo, 17 years old, 80, Forward He is already a first team regular for his domestic club (scoring 3 goals in 9 appearances), and has made a big impression at international U17 level for Peru (3 goals in 4 appearances). He was just bought by Genoa and sent back on loan to his original club. He has a lot of potential, and is definitely one for the future. Zhi Gin Lam, 21 years old, 78, Wing His debut was an efficient performance from the diminutive playmaker, always showing for the ball, and not afraid to take players on using his exceptional pace and technique. Equally comfortable on either flank or in midfield, composed style of play, he has the ability to hold on to the ball under pressure using his low centre of gravity, rarely ever wastes possesion and has an eye for a pass. His brilliant debut was acknowledged by the whole club including Hamburg Dircetor of football Frank Arnesen saying "he has done fantastically, was totally relaxed, that was a real dream debut." Although Lam was subbed of early in the second half due to lack of fitness (which is understandable as it was his first game for the senior side), there's no doubt he's left his mark on the team, and will for sure be getting a lot more playtime. The days of him developing in the reserves are over, as he now looks to build on this dream debut. Some content from A2R
  2. Re: 80 X 75-80 rated 'Talents of the Future' (All players linked in first post). Ravel Morrison, 19 years old, Attacking Mid, 78 Morrison feels like the highest-profile player never to have started a professional game. His precocious talent saw him compared at Old Trafford to a young Paul Scholes and every effort was made at United to maximise his potential but trouble has followed him. United tried everything to keep him, because they know the great talent that he is. With West Ham in the EPL this season, don't be surprised to see Ravel impress and rise in SM. He just needs to stay out of trouble. A quality and cheap buy for your team that can reap big rewards in the years to come.
  3. Re: Need some CB's Ranocchia, Johnny Evans, Cahill, Papadopoulos, Garay, Silvestre, Vital Dede, N'Koulou, Abdennour
  4. Re: Felipe Anderson vs Wellington Nem They're both great prospects, but I would have to go with Nem being the better one. Nem was elected as the best newcomer of the 2011 Brazilian League. Both good players, but Nem is a bit more well hyped.
  5. Re: Serie A Ratings Changes 2011-12 (II) I was offered Insigne for my Obi. Is that a good deal? I accepted it, because I believe Insigne is going to get regular minutes since Lavezzi left to the Parisian giants. Also, I heard that Obi is no longer the great prospect he was so raved about being just a year ago. Thoughts? Thanks.
  6. Re: Obi for Insigne? I did haha! Cheers mate
  7. Re: Munian or Oscar I would definitely keep Munian. The kid is brilliant. At the age of 19, he is already rated 90 in SM. The sky is the ceiling for this kid. He should move away from his club in the next season or two and on to one of the biggest ones in the world. I would only sell him for a better player, and Oscar may be a good player, but he is certainly not good enough for you to swap Munian for.
  8. I've been hearing that Joel Obi is losing his chance at proper first team minutes after showing much promise. Since Lavezzi's departure, Insigne should get a lot more minutes. This is simple: who is the better player? Who should I get? They're the exact same in terms of SM, they are both 21 and rated 84. I think I prefer Insigne now, due to the fact that he should rise quicker.
  9. Re: Ter Stegen plus 5 million for Alaba? I have Marcelo, but my back up for him is Abdennour. And I have Lloris.
  10. Re: English Premiership Rating Predictions 2011/2012 Thoughts on SIGURDSSON, Gylfi?
  11. I want to buy Alaba, but the manager counter-offered me 5 million and Ter Stegen. Is this a fair deal? I know both of these players have huge potentials, and I don't know who to pick. The money has no effect on this deal, so it doesn't matter. I think Alaba is the better player at the better club, right? How fast will both these players rise?
  12. Re: Riferimento: Re: Serie A Ratings Changes 2011-12 (II)
  13. Re: English Premiership Rating Predictions 2011/2012 Thoughts/predictions about these players: Walker (should get a 90 this season, right?) Cahill (also should get a 90 this season, right?) De Gea (should get a 91?) Welbeck (a 90/91?) De Bruyne (at least an 88 just for the move, correct?) Sturridge (with all the added depth at his position at Chelsea, can he rise?)
  14. Re: Serie A Ratings Changes 2011-12 (II) Thoughts on these players: Marchisio (92? He has had a superb year.) Vidal (92? He also has been class.) Bonucci (he definitely deserves at least a +1, right?) Ranocchia (Underrated, should breakthrough this season, right?) Obi (Should I keep him? I used to hear a lot of good things about him but I don't hear anything anymore.) Guilherme Juan (I believe he is a solid player.)
  15. Re: Riferimento: Re: Riferimento: Big Youth Squad But you don't willingly give up a future star, when you can keep him for a year or two and get a lot more for him.
  16. Re: Worldwide Risers 2012 Angelo Henriquez Elliott Hewitt
  17. Re: Riferimento: Big Youth Squad Do not sell Ter Stegen mate. He is a future star.
  18. Re: Kagawa And United are trying everything to offload Anderson onto someone else. First they tried to exchange him and some cash to Benfica for Gaitan, that was reject. Now, they offered him and some cash to Porto to Rodriguez, and that was rejected. United are trying to offload their problem to someone else and get a replacement. (They are trying the same thing again with Moutinho, despite Porto insisting they don't want Anderson at all.) I liked Anderson, he seemed to be a quality midfielder, but he is just unlucky. It's a shame he is injury prone, I would have liked to see what would have become out of him, but that's football. I want United to trade him and upgrade, we need a DM (I'm a fan of Strootman and M'Vila).
  19. Re: Giovinco or Wijnaldum Giovinco in my opinion.
  20. Re: Waht sell? I would sell the ones in bold. Nice team, mate. Props
  21. Re: Loaned I would sell the ones in bold.
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