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    TheDude got a reaction from ashtini in The Best Talent of 10k   
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    Steve Cook at bournemouth should rise from 70 to at least 78, he plays every week for a team third in the league their. if they promote to the championship then it won't be long before he gets a rise. Wes Fogden also, only a 67 rating, has over 1000 minutes i think so he could easily get a +10 rise. Another their is Eunan O'Kane whose 74 rating at least makes him cheap enough to warrant a purchase, he should rise to a 79 or so. those three are the best risers from bournemouth, joe partington should get up to about a 77 from his lowly 70 rating.
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    TheDude reacted to PrestonDan in New game....no bids being made by AI, but loans are?!?!   
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    TheDude got a reaction from bocca in The Best Talent of 10k   
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    Steve Cook at bournemouth should rise from 70 to at least 78, he plays every week for a team third in the league their. if they promote to the championship then it won't be long before he gets a rise. Wes Fogden also, only a 67 rating, has over 1000 minutes i think so he could easily get a +10 rise. Another their is Eunan O'Kane whose 74 rating at least makes him cheap enough to warrant a purchase, he should rise to a 79 or so. those three are the best risers from bournemouth, joe partington should get up to about a 77 from his lowly 70 rating.
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    TheDude got a reaction from dancpoli in 60-74 risers (divided into leagues)   
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    No problem matey
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    TheDude got a reaction from KOSov3l in 60-74 risers (divided into leagues)   
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    should be some more rep coming my way for those english championship finds
    shame about fofo...i was looking forward to him getting a juicy +7 or +8
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    TheDude got a reaction from argala in 60-74 risers (divided into leagues)   
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    should be some more rep coming my way for those english championship finds
    shame about fofo...i was looking forward to him getting a juicy +7 or +8
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    TheDude got a reaction from mawriz in 60-74 risers (divided into leagues)   
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    some more for you Argala and this completes my crawl of the second divisions of the big 5 leagues in europe. regards the german 2.bundesliga, I ignored all players with minutes in the regional divisions for their clubs' B teams. I'm not sure if these are actually considered so I just ignored them.
    Andy Drury @ Ipswich Town. Was on loan at Crawley until Christmas. might get a bump from 70 ~ 74 since his current 70 rating was obtained in the Conference with Luton, and he's played at a higher level since then.
    Damien Dufour @ Chateauroux. he's moved to Auxerre and this hasn't been updated yet. he has one appearance in Ligue 1 and a couple for chateuaroux in ligue 2. 65 ~ 77? i dont know what the reviews go like for a ligue 1 appearance so thats a guess.
    Alessandro Ligi @ Crotone. full 90 mins of serie B action, got to be worth a rise from
    66 ~ 75
    Ricardo Chara @ Empoli. has 90 minutes in the coppa italia. maybe a 70 ~ 75?
    Giovanni Zandrini @ Reggina. 180 minutes of Serie B. got to rise. 73 ~ 76
    Jonis Khoris @ Reggina. could be in for a small rise, probably only 74 ~ 75/76
    Jan Washausen @ Eintracht Braunschweig. 500 mins in 2.Bundesliga. 74 ~ 77
    Stephane Gusche @ Hansa Rostock. 74 ~ 75/76
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    TheDude got a reaction from KOSov3l in 60-74 risers (divided into leagues)   
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    Jack Ainsley @ Ipswich Town. 63 rating. already has 90 minutes in the championship. former England U17 international. Signed for Ipswich last summer when Rushden & Diamonds folded. would expect him to go straight from 63 ~ 75
    Jon Stewart @ Burnley: 63 ~ 75. missed the league one review after his transfer from Bournemouth. he made 5 appearances for a side that finished in the top six last year in that division. I think that will be enough to give him a rise, especially being a goalkeeper. His curent 63 rating was given upon being newed onto the database while playing for Weymouth at level 6 of the pyramid (Conference South), which was a long time ago (Feb 2010 according to Soccerwiki). You can sign him for £300 a week wages.
    Jake Jervis @ Birmingham: 72 ~ 76. first loan spell was at Swindon this season until January. Birmingham called him back and sent him to Preston in League One after impressing so much in League 2. He's having a good breakthru season, won't get a massive rise but a slightly bigger one than the league 2 cap of 75 I think. He even has european football on his appearance record, albeit 3 minutes.
    Kadeem Harris @ Cardiff City. signed for the bluebirds in January and has a 70 rating. wouldnt bet against him going from 70 ~ 77, but most likely 70 ~ 76 maybe for now. he has 1000 minutes for the season at league one level.
    Joe Edwards @ Bristol City. He's only a 70 rating as he was only playing the conference previously. He signed on loan at Yeovil in January and has started three games for them and scored a goal aswell (not bad). depending when the championship review is, he could possibly go 70 ~ 75.
    Shaun Jeffers @ Coventry. Only has a couple of sub appearances for the sky blues, but it could have him go from 73 ~ 75 I'd have thought.
    Liam Moore @ Leicester City. 1500 minutes in league two and 90 in the championship. should rise for sure 72 ~ 75
    Paul Bignot @ Blackpool: 67 ~ 73. 871 minutes and counting on loan in league two. not a significant rise but he hasn't missed a game since he signed on loan in November.
    Curtis Main @ Middlesbrough. 68 ~ 75. got some championship minutes under his belt.
    Sam Hoskins @ Southampton. is an appearance in the FA cup enough to move him from 70 ~ 75? quite possibly.
    Ryan Doble @ Southampton. almost 500 minutes on loan in league 1. 73 ~ 75.
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    TheDude got a reaction from Can Argon in 60-74 risers (divided into leagues)   
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    Jack Ainsley @ Ipswich Town. 63 rating. already has 90 minutes in the championship. former England U17 international. Signed for Ipswich last summer when Rushden & Diamonds folded. would expect him to go straight from 63 ~ 75
    Jon Stewart @ Burnley: 63 ~ 75. missed the league one review after his transfer from Bournemouth. he made 5 appearances for a side that finished in the top six last year in that division. I think that will be enough to give him a rise, especially being a goalkeeper. His curent 63 rating was given upon being newed onto the database while playing for Weymouth at level 6 of the pyramid (Conference South), which was a long time ago (Feb 2010 according to Soccerwiki). You can sign him for £300 a week wages.
    Jake Jervis @ Birmingham: 72 ~ 76. first loan spell was at Swindon this season until January. Birmingham called him back and sent him to Preston in League One after impressing so much in League 2. He's having a good breakthru season, won't get a massive rise but a slightly bigger one than the league 2 cap of 75 I think. He even has european football on his appearance record, albeit 3 minutes.
    Kadeem Harris @ Cardiff City. signed for the bluebirds in January and has a 70 rating. wouldnt bet against him going from 70 ~ 77, but most likely 70 ~ 76 maybe for now. he has 1000 minutes for the season at league one level.
    Joe Edwards @ Bristol City. He's only a 70 rating as he was only playing the conference previously. He signed on loan at Yeovil in January and has started three games for them and scored a goal aswell (not bad). depending when the championship review is, he could possibly go 70 ~ 75.
    Shaun Jeffers @ Coventry. Only has a couple of sub appearances for the sky blues, but it could have him go from 73 ~ 75 I'd have thought.
    Liam Moore @ Leicester City. 1500 minutes in league two and 90 in the championship. should rise for sure 72 ~ 75
    Paul Bignot @ Blackpool: 67 ~ 73. 871 minutes and counting on loan in league two. not a significant rise but he hasn't missed a game since he signed on loan in November.
    Curtis Main @ Middlesbrough. 68 ~ 75. got some championship minutes under his belt.
    Sam Hoskins @ Southampton. is an appearance in the FA cup enough to move him from 70 ~ 75? quite possibly.
    Ryan Doble @ Southampton. almost 500 minutes on loan in league 1. 73 ~ 75.
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    TheDude got a reaction from Zlatan Ibrahimovič in 60-74 risers (divided into leagues)   
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    some more for you Argala and this completes my crawl of the second divisions of the big 5 leagues in europe. regards the german 2.bundesliga, I ignored all players with minutes in the regional divisions for their clubs' B teams. I'm not sure if these are actually considered so I just ignored them.
    Andy Drury @ Ipswich Town. Was on loan at Crawley until Christmas. might get a bump from 70 ~ 74 since his current 70 rating was obtained in the Conference with Luton, and he's played at a higher level since then.
    Damien Dufour @ Chateauroux. he's moved to Auxerre and this hasn't been updated yet. he has one appearance in Ligue 1 and a couple for chateuaroux in ligue 2. 65 ~ 77? i dont know what the reviews go like for a ligue 1 appearance so thats a guess.
    Alessandro Ligi @ Crotone. full 90 mins of serie B action, got to be worth a rise from
    66 ~ 75
    Ricardo Chara @ Empoli. has 90 minutes in the coppa italia. maybe a 70 ~ 75?
    Giovanni Zandrini @ Reggina. 180 minutes of Serie B. got to rise. 73 ~ 76
    Jonis Khoris @ Reggina. could be in for a small rise, probably only 74 ~ 75/76
    Jan Washausen @ Eintracht Braunschweig. 500 mins in 2.Bundesliga. 74 ~ 77
    Stephane Gusche @ Hansa Rostock. 74 ~ 75/76
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    TheDude reacted to arampage in 60-74 risers (divided into leagues)   
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    Great job again Argala..don't understand the motivation that guys like you and Daggers put in to research and publish these global risers-but well done.
    Need to spread rep before I give it to you again-since it seems that's the only reward for all the hard work
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    TheDude reacted to argala in 60-74 risers (divided into leagues)   
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    Salazar has been rised to 75, good guy
    Go for VELAZQUEZ, Carlos (27,74). According to SM he's @ Club Leon, but his real club is Pachuca and he's already played 900 minutes in 1st division. +4 i guaranteed
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    TheDude got a reaction from argala in 60-74 risers (divided into leagues)   
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    Jack Ainsley @ Ipswich Town. 63 rating. already has 90 minutes in the championship. former England U17 international. Signed for Ipswich last summer when Rushden & Diamonds folded. would expect him to go straight from 63 ~ 75
    Jon Stewart @ Burnley: 63 ~ 75. missed the league one review after his transfer from Bournemouth. he made 5 appearances for a side that finished in the top six last year in that division. I think that will be enough to give him a rise, especially being a goalkeeper. His curent 63 rating was given upon being newed onto the database while playing for Weymouth at level 6 of the pyramid (Conference South), which was a long time ago (Feb 2010 according to Soccerwiki). You can sign him for £300 a week wages.
    Jake Jervis @ Birmingham: 72 ~ 76. first loan spell was at Swindon this season until January. Birmingham called him back and sent him to Preston in League One after impressing so much in League 2. He's having a good breakthru season, won't get a massive rise but a slightly bigger one than the league 2 cap of 75 I think. He even has european football on his appearance record, albeit 3 minutes.
    Kadeem Harris @ Cardiff City. signed for the bluebirds in January and has a 70 rating. wouldnt bet against him going from 70 ~ 77, but most likely 70 ~ 76 maybe for now. he has 1000 minutes for the season at league one level.
    Joe Edwards @ Bristol City. He's only a 70 rating as he was only playing the conference previously. He signed on loan at Yeovil in January and has started three games for them and scored a goal aswell (not bad). depending when the championship review is, he could possibly go 70 ~ 75.
    Shaun Jeffers @ Coventry. Only has a couple of sub appearances for the sky blues, but it could have him go from 73 ~ 75 I'd have thought.
    Liam Moore @ Leicester City. 1500 minutes in league two and 90 in the championship. should rise for sure 72 ~ 75
    Paul Bignot @ Blackpool: 67 ~ 73. 871 minutes and counting on loan in league two. not a significant rise but he hasn't missed a game since he signed on loan in November.
    Curtis Main @ Middlesbrough. 68 ~ 75. got some championship minutes under his belt.
    Sam Hoskins @ Southampton. is an appearance in the FA cup enough to move him from 70 ~ 75? quite possibly.
    Ryan Doble @ Southampton. almost 500 minutes on loan in league 1. 73 ~ 75.
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    TheDude got a reaction from arampage in 60-74 risers (divided into leagues)   
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    Michael Doughty, Queens Park Rangers: 72 ~ 75 (entry level PL rating - currently on loan at Crawley and playing. might get a review in March as he hasn't been on the database long)
    Jack Compton, Falkirk: 73 ~ 75/76 (on loan at Scottish PL side St Johnstone)
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    TheDude got a reaction from argala in 60-74 risers (divided into leagues)   
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    Florian Jungwirth. Dynamo Dresden player with 1500 minutes almost now. currently a 74 rating. given that a regular starter in 2.Bundesliga is 80 at the lower end and 85 at the top, i think he could easily be in line for a +6 to 80. which makes his 230k fee more of a bargain than it looks.
    http://www.transfermarkt.co.uk/en/jungwirth/profil/spieler_33078.html
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    TheDude reacted to -JMH- in SLOVENIA Thread Oct 2011   
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    Everyone worth adding has now been added!!!
    sm have no excuse now to neglect this league much longer...
    with some help ive put every player at the correct club & added all players that needed adding!!!!!!
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    TheDude reacted to 123_ABC in English Premiership Rating Predictions 2011/2012   
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    TheDude got a reaction from Shelbourne FC in this sort of thing is really irritating.....   
    Transfer Information

    The Sporting de Braga Chairman will accept no less than £3,180,000 for Hélder BARBOSA.
    If other players are offered in the deal then the Sporting de Braga Chairman will accept no less than £3,816,000.


    Hélder BARBOSA expects a wage of up to £15,600, his agent and your Chairman will negotiate the exact amount.


    Your Chairman values Hélder BARBOSA at £2,150,000.
    Your Chairman will allow you to pay up to £4,300,000 for Hélder BARBOSA.
    If other players are offered in the deal then your Chairman will decrease this amount to £3,870,000.
    Your current balance is £506,477.

    Proposed Deal
    The Sporting de Braga Chairman values this undisclosed deal at the following:
    Cash value£0
    + Keanu MARSH-BROWN value
    £2,000,000
    + Matthew BRIGGS value
    £2,120,000
    Total offer value£4,120,000
    Your Chairman values this undisclosed deal at the following:
    Cash value£0
    + Keanu MARSH-BROWN value
    £1,950,000
    + Matthew BRIGGS value
    £2,400,000
    Total offer value£4,350,000
    so, because im 50k over my chairman wont let me do it. its stupid really cos the amount my chairman will let me swap barbosa for is only a tadge above what braga want in return.
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    TheDude reacted to NapoliFan101 in Serie A 2011/2012 - Best Teams' Rating Predictions   
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    TheDude reacted to DerbyPower in PORTUGAL – 1st and 2nd Division extensive thread - Discussion Thread   
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    Meanwhile SM has finished with the Eredivisie and started with the smaller teams in the Portuguese League - Feirense and Rio Ave. I'm very pleased that I nailed the three biggest risers in Feirense (Ludovic +6; Diogo Cunha +5; Mika +6). You'll see that all of them were listed correctly in the risers section. The only riser I misjudged was Nuno Henrique. I predicted an 80 but SM went for 78 instead. It doesn't make sense to give Ludovic and Diogo Cunha the 80 and leave Nuno Henrique out of the contingency, but whatever. All the other players from Feirense, non-interesting from a money-maker point of view, were rated more or less according to the predictions (Diogo Rosado with a +3, Carlos Fonseca with a +5, Siaka Bamba with a +2 were probably the best). So everything went according to plan except the review of Rabiola, who didn't rise due to his season-ending injury.
    Rio Ave was also fully reviewed, although this was the least interesting team from all of the predictions. Only two risers of note: Kelvin rose to 80, as predicted, and Atsu went to 78. I predicted this for Atsu initially but I made a late change (to 80) due to his fantastic form in the recent matches. I suppose I'm a bit disappointed. However, Atsu is such a talent that he'll make it big one way or another.
    All the other predictions were correct except for Pateiro, who surprisingly didn't drop.
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