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Nico66

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    Nico66 reacted to Kev in Rahul W's rating predictions   
    Only if he blows the bloody doors off.
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    Nico66 got a reaction from Sir Rahul in Rahul W's rating predictions   
    Thanks for that. Yes it’s very interesting, I didn’t know much about him either. In fact I was going to sell him until I saw that he is now making headway with Salzburg. 
    Looks like he might be finally fulfilling his potential in the Bundesliga, only not the German one lol!!  
    Cheers.
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    Nico66 reacted to Sir Rahul in Rahul W's rating predictions   
    but you don't have a replacement for Matic then
    I rate Strootman, his injury days are (fingers crossed) behind him
    Carrasco is struggling these days
    probably not
    not yet
    Left side, more potential. Moraes?!
     
    +2
    http://bundesligafanatic.com/reinhold-yabo-an-unusual-politician/
    never heard of him before, interesting
    Van Dijk long-term
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    Nico66 got a reaction from -JMH- in The Minor Improvments Thread   
    I would also add concerns for players who spend eternity on the transfer list too.
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    Nico66 got a reaction from Kierans91 in Worldwide Risers   
    Yes, Walker-Peters won't feature too much I think but even if he stays on the bench and just plays a couple of cup games it should be enough to deserve a rise.
    Re: Alexander-Arnold, I agree. Talented player and a good future prospect. Should buy in any case.
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    Nico66 reacted to Kierans91 in Worldwide Risers   
    True, didn't notice that Trippier was back from injury either so that's more competition. I'm really hoping that he goes out on loan to an EPL team or a Championship team, that way he should get regular game time and not the odd start here and there.
    Yeah 100 per cent, October/10 games should be a decent amount time to get an idea of who's worth getting and who's not. Always difficult to judge so early, I'm quietly confident that Alexander-Arnold should get a decent rise this year and be a first team player judging by his first few games but who knows what will happen when Clyne recovers from injury, although I must say he is a talent and I would buy him no matter what.
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    Nico66 reacted to Kierans91 in Worldwide Risers   
    Great list but I wonder weather a lot of these players will continuously play for there respected teams for example There's a good chance walker-peters will get dropped once spurs bring in Aurier from PSG. Hope I'm wrong by the way, got him for a lot of my teams.
    few more players to look out for:
    Fode Ballo / 73 (Lille) Started all 3 games for Lille this season (153 minutes)
    Fankaty Dabo / 72 (Vitesse) Started all games (180 minutes)
    Abdoulaye Toure / 80 (Nantes) Started all games for Nantes (255 minutes)
    Cyriel Dessers / 78 (Utrecht) Started all games (148 minutes) 2 goals, also played in Europa League qualifier against Zenit.
    Louis Bostyn / 77 (Zulte Waregem) Started all games (360 minutes)
    Faitout Maouassa**** / 80 (Rennes) started all games (217 minutes)
    There are many others to watch out for aswell, players such as Lees-Melou (Nice) Mendez-Laing (Cardiff) not young talents but could get decent rise when there respected leagues come round for review. It's wether or not all of these players continue to feature.
    After 10 games I think we can start looking at who's hot and who's not in terms of risers.
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    Nico66 reacted to 1000dB in Worldwide Risers   
    Heard quite a few Aurier rumours and I'd think PSG wil let him leave. He has been a very controversial figure and Meunier did much better than expected in his first season + CL (better than Aurier; Meunier should already have a higher rating than he currently has). Also, I'm guessing Dani Alves will be rested a lot (besides he wasn't always that great in the league last season).
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    Nico66 got a reaction from Kierans91 in Worldwide Risers   
    So,,, Hulk gets to keep his 91 and Augusto even gets a bump to 90....
    Meanwhile, back in the Russian Premier League players like Promes are capped at 89 and in the EPL solid payers like Steve Cook can't even get a rise from 87.
    Quite unbelievable..
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    Nico66 reacted to Kierans91 in Worldwide Risers   
    Just had a look on the database and I don't believe there are any, but in general I would say between 32 - 40 million.
    Reason being
    Lukaku is 92 (24yo) worth 32 million --- if he was 23 his value would obviously rise
    Harry Kane 93 (23yo) worth 40 million --- 92 rated 23 year old 92 rated player would not be worth more than Harry Kane because he is rated 1 rating higher.
    Positions can also vary the price and how popular they are in the current real life transfer market. I.e Thomas Lemar is worth 32 million in this game and he's 21 and rated at 90 which for players at the same age and rating is no where near this value. For example Leroy Sane, he's the same age and rating but is worth 24 million.
    This is my opinion on it anyway, hope this can help in anyway
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    Nico66 got a reaction from Der Chefscout in Worldwide Risers   
    Lol!  A record deal too !!  You have to hand it to Daniel Levy, probably one of the most savviest chairman in football at the moment.  Completely skinned Man City on this one.
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    Nico66 got a reaction from arsenalrocs in Worldwide Risers   
    Lol!  A record deal too !!  You have to hand it to Daniel Levy, probably one of the most savviest chairman in football at the moment.  Completely skinned Man City on this one.
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    Nico66 reacted to jgos2 in Worldwide Risers   
    good enough to start but wont. you do know who is managing that team right!. he prefers age 30+. he will get minutes however causing him to rise, as boateng and hummels are frequently injured.
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    Nico66 reacted to thorgan lesar in Worldwide Risers   
    BELGIUM
     
    Aristote Nkaka  70 ----> 78    20 yrs old
    Trézéguet  82 -----> 84      22 yrs old
    Mergim Vojvoda  76 -----> 80   22 yrs old
     
    This rises you need too know.
     
    EDIT: Finally Belgium ! Today is Excel Moeskroen and Antwerp. Nr. 15 and nr. 16. Also Cercle Brugge today from second division  (it's called 1B in Belgium)
     
     
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    Nico66 got a reaction from Sir Rahul in Worldwide Risers   
    Usually it comes straight after the Russian review but not this time.  
    You are right though. Actually Metalist Kharkiv no longer exists as a football club, it wound up & got removed from the Ukrainian league last year I think.
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    Nico66 got a reaction from arsenalrocs in Worldwide Risers   
    I agree but I doubt if Kutepov's +2 had any influence from Golovin's rating.  If it did then capping a player's rating to justify another player's (incorrect) rating is not the way to go in my opinion.
    I am not really that surprised that Kutepov only got a +2.  He tailed off towards the end of the season and, as I said earlier, he is not that great and has already been overtaken by newcomer Georgi Dzhikia in both the National Team and Spartak's team.
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    Nico66 got a reaction from Huggy in Worldwide Risers   
    No rise for Promes, just a position change  
    Kutepov with just a +2  (will make about 800k profit after all that waiting)
    Biggest joke is Kanunnikov from Rubin gets to 87 with a team that struggled to finish in the bottom half of the league.
    Meanwhile Alexandr Golovin plays every game for CSKA, every game in Champions league, regular for NT and gets to 85.
    I can't quite get my head around that..... it's not as if Golovin has only just broken onto the scene. He did exactly the same last season too.
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    Nico66 reacted to Monolithic in Worldwide Risers   
    If that's the end of the Russia review, then it is extremely poor. Spartak, CSKA and Zenit were miles above the other teams in the division. Clearly players like Kuzyaev, Vasin and Dzhikia deserved decent rises (the latter two full internationals). Golovin and Kutepov also should have been higher. Dire.
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    Nico66 reacted to arsenalrocs in Worldwide Risers   
    Around September. Maybe Belgium or Ukraine? Dimata and Amani got reviewed recently.
    Updates on this particular list or a new list? Would everyone like a new edition? Know of some good 70 rated risers right now.
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    Nico66 reacted to Monolithic in Worldwide Risers   
    I certainly agree that Golovin should have had a bigger rise. Maybe he might still get another when all of CSKA are reviewed...
    Iran are perhaps the number one side in Asia right now which probably influenced them somewhat.
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    Nico66 got a reaction from Monolithic in Worldwide Risers   
    It's possible I suppose.
    But when you think Golovin only rose to 85 for all his achievements and Eza is now only 3 ratings behind it doesn't make much sense to me.
    Oh well....
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    Nico66 got a reaction from BrutBrutBrut in Worldwide Risers   
    Okay, a +4 then...
    meh,,, a bit generous though in my opinion but, nonetheless, I was still out with my prediction.
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    Nico66 got a reaction from Monolithic in Worldwide Risers   
    Okay, a +4 then...
    meh,,, a bit generous though in my opinion but, nonetheless, I was still out with my prediction.
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    Nico66 reacted to Der Chefscout in Worldwide Risers   
    i tkink + 5 to 80 is fair . 8 scorrer in under 700 minuts for cska are
    great . He also played well in the uefa youth league .
     
    Donnarumma will leave Milan move to Juve orReal ? Contract expires 2018
    either This year for 30 mio + to Real Madrid
    or next year for free to Juventus Turin
    my wish would be to extend the contract with a option to leave milan for 45 mio + that would be fair to Milan      
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    Nico66 got a reaction from arsenalrocs in Worldwide Risers   
    I too was surprised he only got a +2.  I was expecting a rise to 86 or 87 even.  He is pretty much on a par with Roman Zobnin, who recently got to 87, so Golovin got short-changed in my opinion.
    The only reason I can think of is that CSKA finished as Runners-up last season, when they were expected to win it again.  It would be a pretty lame reason considering some of the other rises but it's all I can think of.
    Incidentally, Roman Zobnin picked up a long term injury during Russia's friendly against Hungary, which means he will be out of action for a minimum of 6 months.
    Some of you may recall I mentioned on one of the threads recently about Spartak's new defender, Georgi Dzhikiya.  Well he has just been called up for Russia's Confederation Cup squad and hoping to make his debut.  He could be one to watch in the future.
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