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  1. Re: The only way is up So, here's my latest and last update: After almost 3 years in charge of the club, it is with great sadness that I have to announce the end of my Oxford United campaign. Involuntarily, I have to add, the reason being that the Game World became deserted after the founder suddenly left in August. As I'm not a Gold member (and never will be since it is contrary to my understanding of what this game should be about), I had no other option but to watch my once so successful endeavour vaporise. The campaign lasted 8 seasons altogether, and not only had I achieved my initial goal (to take control of a small club and lead them from the bottom of Division 4 to the peak) but accomplished more than I could imagine when I started. By the end of season 10, Oxford was dominating the championship, winning the title 3 times (seasons 6, 9 and 10). More over, the final season saw my team winning the triple - Cup, Shield and Championship. The final season ended in a heartbeat finish against a (formerly managed thus strong even though AI controlled) Chelsea side, where luck turned in my favour only two turns before the end. Financially I kept my habit of wheeling&dealing all along the way, thus keeping a healthy stream of revenues on top of what my Chairman offered. The Kassam stadium was enlarged to 23,633 seats but that of course would not have balanced for all the expenses. With the help of transfers I kept a nice surplus of 37 M quid until the end. Squad size was relatively moderate in the final seasons, altogether 51 players, an assortment of the finest youth across Europe. With the Game World being relatively unpopulated, I had the freedom of signing some of the greatest talents early on - players like Pique, Özil, Badstuber, Kroos, Hamsik, Suarez, Di Maria, all signed when still affordable before their rises. Thanks to that, the total value of my squad reached 540 M by the time I had to quit. Let me list the starting eleven I used to send on the pitch through the last season, in my favoured 3-4-1-2 formation: Julio Cesar - Thiago Silva, Pique, Cissokho - Marin, Schweinsteiger, Fletcher, Vargas - Gourcouff - Pato,Dzeko (avg rating 92) I'd like to thank all those forumers who helped with friendly advice in this thread for their assistance, and I can only encourage all recent newcomers of SM to try such a challenge - it's lots of fun and provides much more chances to learn than anything else! PS: Wondering what I shall do with my spare club spot now that I had to leave the O's? Guess what: I'll try my luck all over again! A decent Div4 team with room for expansion already picked and I'm up for another challenge!
  2. Re: U20 World Cup I must say that nobody expected the fantastic overall performance by the Hungarian team in the tournament, it makes all the fans really proud After an appaling start into the group stage, the team caught up incredibly for the games against South Africa and the UAE to win their group. After that, two real thrillers followed, giving spectators everything that makes football worth watching: extra time, penalties, superb passes, great tackles and terrific goals. The blossoming understanding Koman and Németh share on the pitch, which decided the quarter-final against Italy, has produced some of the finest moments in this tournament in my eyes. Pity that with Koman being suspended and Németh suffering from a virus infection, Hungary could not stand against Ghana in the semifinal, though they fought hard in the second half. Still, this is a result that exceeed all advance expectations (by the way: the first time since 1954 that any Hungarian team has reached the final four in a FIFA tournament) and I bow down before these youngsters. A win in the bronze match against Costa Rica would top all the great memories that Egypt 2009 will generate to Hungarian football fans.
  3. Re: U20 World Cup A very disappointing performance from Hungary yesterday in their 0-3 defeat against Honduras who had the upper hand in every aspect of the game. Physically weak, terrible passing, total lack of creativity, and most noticeably: no passion at any second of the game. With this kind of attitude, the likes of Németh, Gulácsi and Koman might as well pack their bags now for they will have no chance in their remaining two games despite high hopes put on them beforehand. I just hope they get a well deserved kick in their smart buttocks in order to get their act together for the next match
  4. Re: U20 World Cup Let me contribute then with some information about the Hungarian squad... Goalkeepers: Péter Gulácsi (Liverpool FC) Ádám Kovácsik (Reggina Calcio) Balázs Megyeri (Ferencváros) Roland Kunsági (Budapest Honvéd) Defenders: András Debreceni (Budapest Honvéd) Zsolt Korcsmár (Újpest) Ádám Présinger (Videoton) János Szabó (Paks) Adrián Szekeres (MTK Budapest) Péter Varga (Manchester City) Bence Zámbó (Győri ETO) Tamás Kádár (Newcastle United) Midfielders: Zoltán Búrány (DVTK) Ádám Dudás (Győri ETO) Norbert Heffer (Pápa) Vladimir Koman (AS Bari) Ádám Simon (Haladás) Péter Takács (DVTK) Bence Tóth (Ferencváros) Roland Varga (Brescia Calcio) Forwards: Ádám Balajti (DVTK) Márkó Futács (Werder Bremen) András Gosztonyi (MTK Budapest) Krisztián Németh (AEK Athens) High hopes from my side on this promising Hungarian team which seems to line up the hottest prospects the country has produced in a long time, and has already proven its class coming 3rd at the U19 European Championships last year. Most of these players have seen plenty of first team action since, albeit in the lately not so famed Hungarian league. The star of the squad - need to mention? - is still Krisztián Németh, who has finally received his chance for an international breakthrough being loaned out to AEK Athens from Liverpool this season. Still a question mark is Liverpool reserves' other youngster András Simon whose loan side Cordoba was reluctant to release the player for the tournament. Another painful miss will be Olivér Nagy, who has been the team's motor last year, scoring important goals in qualfication and tournament stage. The midfielder currently playing in the 2nd Hungarian league with PMFC has suffered a thigh injury in last week's championship game and is out for at least three weeks. Uncertainties regarding the team's coaching have been cleared out about a month ago, when veteran Hungarian manager Sándor Egervári was appointed replacing unlucky Dutchman Wilco van Buuren, who succeeded Tibor Sisa at the end of last year, but spent only 6 months in office in a much disputed preparation phase in which the team was struggling to find its place. Egervári is optimistic about the youth players' physical strength and motivation, and two more training camps in September should give him enough opportunity to craft winning tactics for his team for the tournament in which Hungary will have to prevail against the youngsters of Honduras, South Africa and the United Arab Emirates in order to advance from their group.
  5. Re: young dm József Varga of Debrecen, 21 yrs old rated 75, 3 goals in the CL qualification so far, quite talented. Bound to rise to around 82.
  6. Re: Jozsef Varga No doubt Varga is the hottest prospect in the DVSC team. Aggressive, good passing, excellent shot for a DM. Will surely receive a call for the NT as we are lacking good DM's at the moment (Hertha's Dárdai is getting old, Vadócz lacking minutes at Osasuna, and Ádám Vass not managing to get Koeman's attention). I guarantee you guys a move to a W-European side at the end of this season, potentially already in the winter, depending on how he performs in the CL group stage. (Jesus Christ, did I just say "CL group stage" in connection with a Hungarian team? Unbelievable, would have been locked up in a looney bin a a couple of years ago for doing that )
  7. Re: Cabbytoodles List Of 90+ Rated Droppers. Part 2. First of all this is a great idea for a thread, well done. Just an addition, those who still have Sagnol, get rid of him ASAP as he has announced his retirement. I would add Thiago Neves to that list as well, has hardly played for HSV this season and I expect him to drop from 90 to 89.
  8. Re: Zozo's German Ratings Forecast Right, here we go with the Bundesliga 2 ratings, some nice risers in there. (I reckoned it makes no sense to revive the separate Bundesliga2 thread as not too many people seem to interested in the 2nd German division. But here it comes anyway.) Risers only, as usual, from top to bottom of table. BUNDESLIGA 2 Mainz Total number of matches played by this team this season: 19 (17 Bundesliga2 + 2 DFB Cup) = 1710 minutes Dimo WACHE 35/G/83 Oldie but goldie – all matches and minutes for the leaders of Liga2. 19 starts, 1710 minutes, increase to 84 Niko BUNGERT 22/CB/83 Talented young player, on par with the other defenders. 19 starts, 1706 minutes, 1 goal, increase to 84 Florian HELLER 26/RM/RB/83 Established midfielder. 19 starts, 1530 minutes, 1 goal, 1 assist, increase to 84 Jahmir HYKA 20/AM/W/80 Has not played much, but the caps for Albania should help. 2 starts, 4 subs, 336 minutes, increase to 81 Elkin SOTO 28/LM/AM/80 Colombian international, mainly used as a sub. 4 starts, 11 subs, 572 minutes, increase to 81 Srdjan BALJAK 30/F/83 Not the youngest, but the Serbian striker has an impressive record so far. 18 starts, 1 sub, 1480 minutes, 6 goals, 8 assists, increase to 85 Aristide BANCE 24/CF/82 Good records from the Burkina Faso international. 17 starts, 1418 minutes, 6 goals, 3 assists, increase to 84 Kaiserslautern Total number of matches played by this team this season: 18 (17 Bundesliga2 + 1 DFB Cup) = 1620 minutes Luis ROBLES 24/G/78 Has been an excellent replacement for the injured Tobias Sippel. 8 starts, 1 sub, 765 minutes, increase to 81 Alexander BUGERA 30/W/80 Getting a good amount of games since he recovered. Should be a Def instead of a Winger. 7 starts, 623 minutes, 1 assist, increase to 81 Florian D_I_C_K 24/RB/LB/80 (feel sorry for the lad with this name) Perfect in the defense. 17 starts, 1530 minutes, 2 goals, 3 assists, increase to 83 Moussa OUATTARA 27/CB/81 As above. 17 starts, 1408 minutes, increase to 82 Axel BELLINGHAUSEN 25/DM/LM/81 Good performances from this midfielder. 17 starts, 1530 minutes, 1 goal, 4 assists, increase to 83 Aimen DEMAI 26/CM/RM/80 Strongly improved, as has the whole team. 13 starts, 2 sub, 1199 minutes, 1 assist, increase to 82 Sascha KOTYSCH 20/DM/D/80 Profits from team achievements. 8 starts, 2 sub, 509 minutes, 1 assist, increase to 81 Dragan PALJIC 25/F/W/80 Newcomer from Hoffenheim. 12 starts, 5 subs, 910 minutes, 2 goals, 1 assist, increase to 82 Kai HESSE 23/W/F/74 ***BARGAIN BUY*** Working his way into the team despite strong competition. 8 starts, 4 subs, 664 minutes, 2 goals, 1 assist, increase to 79 Erik JENDRISEK 22/F/81 ***BIG RISER*** High-flying striker, also breaking into Slovak NT. 18 starts, 2 subs, 1616 minutes, 8 goals, 4 assists, increase to 84 Srdjan LAKIC 25/F/84 This Croatian forward is a true goal factory. 12 starts, 4 subs, 1132 minutes, 10 goals, 2 assists, increase to 85 Sidney SAM 20/W/F/78 Good performance after his arrival from Hamburg. 10 starts, 4 subs, 951 minutes, 1 goal, 4 assists, increase to 81 Freiburg Total number of matches played by this team this season: 19 (17 Bundesliga2 + 2 DFB Cup) = 1710 minutes Ömer TOPRAK 19/CB/75 ***STAR BUY*** This lad is the shooting star of the 2nd liga. Might have a bright future, go and get him. 14 starts, 1 sub, 1299 minutes, 2 goals, 1 assist, increase to 81 Johannes FLUM 21/DM/78 ***BIG RISER*** This youngster is another excellent prospect. 18 starts, 1 sub, 1582 minutes, 1 assist, increase to 82 Kevin SCHLITTE 27/D/DM/83 Solid first-teamer deserves a rise. 18 starts, 1 sub, 1442 minutes, 1 goal, increase to 84 Julian SCHUSTER 23/CM/77 This young midfielder could become a regular starter in spring 2009, look out for him. 3 starts, 8 subs, 530 minutes, 2 goals, increase to 79 Eke UZOMA 19/DM/LM/83 The Nigerian continues to be a vital part of this young team. 15 starts, 3 sub, 1261 minutes, 1 assist, increase to 84 Jonathan JAGER 30/F/W/83 Newly signed French striker with a good start. 15 starts, 1 sub, 1370 minutes, 5 goals, 5 assists, increase to 84 Fürth Total number of matches played by this team this season: 18 (17 Bundesliga2 + 1 DFB Cup) = 1620 minutes Stephan LOBUE 27/G/80 Has replaced 85 rated Kirchstein as number 1 lately. 9 starts, 810 minutes, increase to 82 Jan MAUERSBERGER 23/CB/82 Getting cemented in the defense. 11 starts, 1 sub, 906 minutes, increase to 83 Thorsten BURKHARDT 27/CM/AM/83 Firmly established starter. 18 starts, 1559 minutes, 3 goals, 1 assist, increase to 84 Leonhard HAAS 27/LM/AM/80 Good amount of games. 9 starts, 5 subs, 712 minutes, 1 goal, 1 assist, increase to 82 Stephan SCHRÖCK 22/RM/RB/82 Well established in midfield. 14 starts, 2 subs, 1155 minutes, 1 goal, 4 assists, increase to 83 Charles TAKYI 24/RM/AM/83 The newcomer from St. Pauli has been rock-solid in the team so far. 17 starts, 1417 minutes, 2 goals, 6 assists, increase to 84 Sami ALLAGUI 22/CF/81 ***BIG RISER*** Brilliant performance from the young striker. 14 starts, 3 subs, 1317 minutes, 11 goals, 4 assists, increase to 84 Stefan REISINGER 27/CF/83 Very good stats justify a rise. 14 starts, 1 sub, 1110 minutes, 6 goals, 4 assists, increase to 84 Aachen Total number of matches played by this team this season: 19 (17 Bundesliga2 + 2 DFB Cup) = 1710 minutes Thorsten STUCKMANN 27/G/82 All minutes. 19 starts, 1710 minutes, increase to 84 Timo ACHENBACH 26/LB/LM/83 All minutes and good stats. 19 starts, 1710 minutes, 4 assists, increase to 84 Seyi OLAJENGBESI 28/CB/83 Good records for a defender. 19 starts, 1678 minutes, 2 goals, 1 assist, increase to 84 Jerome POLENZ 22/RB/RM/80 Some more starts for this young wingback. 8 starts, 3 subs, 759 minutes, increase to 81 Lukasz SZUKALA 24/CB/80 As above. 8 starts, 2 subs, 783 minutes, increase to 81 Pekka LAGERBLOM 26/DM/82 The team’s position justifies a small rise. 11 starts, 6 subs, 906 minutes, increase to 83 Patrick MILCHRAUM 24/LB/LM/83 Has scored some crucially important goals for his team, hence the rise. 9 starts, 2 subs, 781 minutes, 4 goals, 2 assist, increase to 84 Florian MÜLLER 22/RM/AM/78 More and more established in midifeld. 7 starts, 7 subs, 671 minutes, increase to 80 Lewis HOLTBY 18/F/76 ***BIG RISER*** Excellent performance, a must buy! 12 starts, 5 subs, 1092 minutes, 1 goal, 5 assists, increase to 81 FC Augsburg Total number of matches played by this team this season: 19 (17 Bundesliga2 + 2 DFB Cup) = 1710 minutes Christian MÜLLER 25/RB/RM/81 On par with the rest of their defense. 13 starts. 1 sub, 1035 minutes, 1 assist, increase to 82 Junior ELTON DA COSTA 29/CM/LM/81 His stats and the team’s performance justify a small increase. 9 starts. 3 sub, 895 minutes, 1 assist, increase to 82 Andrew SINKALA 29/DM/CM/81 The Sambian international was a starter in all matches but one. 18 starts. 1 sub, 1643 minutes, 1 goal, 1 assist, increase to 83 Tobias WERNER 23/W/F/82 Good scoring record for this young winger. 18 starts. 1 sub, 1522 minutes, 5 goals, 2 assists, increase to 83 Stephan HAIN 20/CF/73***BARGAIN BUY*** Could be one to watch in the future. 1 start, 4 subs, 111 minutes, increase to 75 Sándor TORGHELLE 26/CF/83 Hungary’s current number 1 striker has had a good season so far. 21 starts, 1771 minutes, 8 goals, 4 assists, increase to 84 St. Pauli Total number of matches played by this team this season: 18 (17 Bundesliga2 + 1 DFB Cup) = 1620 minutes Marcel EGER 25/CB/82 All minutes played. 18 starts. 1620 minutes, 1 goal, increase to 83 Jan-Phillip KALLA 22/D/DM/77 Cemented his position replacing 82 rated captain Morena. 9 starts. 1 sub, 878 minutes, increase to 80 Carsten ROTHENBACH 28/CB/82 Very good stats for a defender. 18 starts. 1620 minutes, 1 goal, 5 assists, increase to 83 Florian BRUNS 28/LM/80 Established in midfield. 14 starts, 2 subs, 1175 minutes, 5 goals, 2 assists increase to 82 Alexander LUDWIG 24/AM/W/82 Continues his steady development. 17 starts, 1 sub, 1424 minutes, 4 goals, 2 assists increase to 83 David HOILETT 18/CF/77 Promising young striker, doing better than U21 capped Hennings. 9 starts, 6 sub, 756 minutes, 1 goal, 2 assists increase to 79 Nürnberg Total number of matches played by this team this season: 19 (17 Bundesliga2 + 2 DFB Cup) = 1710 minutes Gomes JOSE GONCALVES 23/LB/CB/83 Should get a small rise even though the team is not doing well overall. 15 starts. 1 sub, 1270 minutes, increase to 84 Peter PERCHTOLDT 24/RM/AM/78 Only substantial riser among all the droppers. 12 starts. 2 sub, 1099 minutes, increase to 81 RW Ahlen Total number of matches played by this team this season: 18 (17 Bundesliga2 + 1 DFB Cup) = 1620 minutes Manuel LENZ 24/G/79 Number 1 goalie of what you could call this year’s surprise team in the second Liga. 16 starts. 1440 minutes, increase to 82 Marcel BUSCH 26/RM/79 All matches but one, good marks. Should be a RB. 17 starts. 1530 minutes, increase to 82 Baldo DI GREGORIO 24/CB/79 All minutes. 18 starts. 1620 minutes, increase to 82 Ronald MAUL 35/LB/78 Oldie but goldie. 18 starts. 1617 minutes, increase to 82 Phillipp HEITHÖLTER 26/LM/77 Regular starter. 15 starts, 1 sub, 1181 minutes, 3 goals, 3 assists, increase to 82 Marco REUS 19/AM/76 ***BIG RISER*** Talented young midfielder. 12 starts, 2 subs, 1038 minutes, 2 goals, 2 assists, increase to 81 Michael WIEMANN 21/DM/76 Some starts after recovery should be enough for a small rise. 4 starts, 4 subs, 452 minutes, increase to 78 Kevin GROSSKREUTZ 20/AM/F/79 Regular 1st teamer. 17 starts, 1 sub, 1588 minutes, 2 goals, 5 assists, increase to 82 Lars TOBORG 33/CF/79 I know, he isn’t a teen, but he scores like mad! 17 starts, 1446 minutes, 11 goals, 1 assists, increase to 83 Duisburg Total number of matches played by this team this season: 19 (17 Bundesliga2 + 2 DFB Cup) = 1710 minutes Sandro WAGNER 21/F/W/78 Talented U21 striker in an underperforming team. 11 starts, 5 subs, 989 minutes, 5 goals, 3 assists, increase to 81 1860 München Total number of matches played by this team this season: 19 (17 Bundesliga2 + 2 DFB Cup) = 1710 minutes Nikolas LEDGERWOOD 24/DM/77 The Canadian international has got a good number of games. 12 starts, 5 subs, 1096 minutes, 1 goal, 1 assist, increase to 80 Manuel SCHAFFLER 19/F/74 ***BARGAIN BUY*** Former U19 youngster with loads of talent. 9 starts, 7 subs, 822 minutes, increase to 78 Ingolstadt Total number of matches played by this team this season: 18 (17 Bundesliga2 + 1 DFB Cup) = 1620 minutes Michael LUTZ 26/G/79 The goalie played every minute. 18 starts, 1620 minutes, increase to 81 Mario NEUNABER 26/CB/79 Starting fullback, all minutes. 18 starts, 1620 minutes, increase to 81 Christopher REINHARD 23/LB/LM/75 Good stats. 10 starts, 1 sub, 923 minutes, increase to 78 Jaime BRAGANCA 25/LM/W/73 ***BARGAIN BUY*** Believe it or not, coach Fink saw this bloke on YouTube and signed him. 3 starts, 7 subs, 330 minutes, increase to 75 Dianel JUNGWIRTH 27/AM/W/78 Former Bayern talent now seems to have found his team. 13 starts, 4 subs, 1081 minutes, increase to 81 Markus KARL 22/CM/DM/79 Played every match. 18 starts, 1620 minutes, 3 goals, increase to 82 Ersin DEMIR 31/F/79 Getting on a bit, but good scoring record. 15 starts, 2 subs, 1222 minutes, 8 goals, 3 assists, increase to 82 Valdet RAMA 21/F/79 Few goals but good minutes. 15 starts, 2 subs, 1166 minutes, 1 goal, 2 assists, increase to 81 RW Oberhausen Total number of matches played by this team this season: 18 (17 Bundesliga2 + 1 DFB Cup) = 1620 minutes Christoph SEMMLER 28/G/78 Main keeper, who got injured in November. 15 starts, 1337 minutes, increase to 80 Soren PIRSON 23/G/75 Semmler’s replacement, could be a good riser in 2009. 3 starts, 1 sub. 283 minutes, increase to 77 Daniel EMBERS 27/LB/79 Regular starter in the promoted team. 16 starts. 1 sub, 1391 minutes, 2 assists, increase to 81 Kim FALKENBERG 20/CB/78 Starting fullback. 16 starts, 1342 minutes, 2 assists, increase to 81 Dimitrios PAPPAS 28/CB/80 The other fullback profiting from the team’s promotion. 16 starts, 1 sub, 1485 minutes, 2 assists, increase to 81 Thomas SCHLIETER 27/CB/78 Another defender with good stats. 14 starts, 1 sub, 1287 minutes, 3 goals, increase to 81 Tim KRUSE 25/D/DM/78 Played almost every match, should be changed to DM. 17 starts, 1530 minutes, 2 goals, increase to 81 Moritz STOPPELKAMP 22/AM/75 Starting to get into the 1st team lately. 7 starts, 4 subs, 564 minutes, increase to 77 Julian LÜTTMANN 26/CF/79 Their most successful striker. 10 starts, 8 subs, 1015 minutes, 5 goals, 1 assist, increase to 81 Osnabrück Total number of matches played by this team this season: 18 (17 Bundesliga2 + 1 DFB Cup) = 1620 minutes Soares ANDERSON 21/CB/73***BARGAIN BUY*** Youngster integrating into team. 8 starts, 2 subs, 747 minutes, increase to 77 Pierre DE WIT 21/AM/CM/78 Well established in the midfield. 16 starts, 1 sub, 1399 minutes, 1 goal, 2 assists, increase to 81 Konstantin ENGEL 20/D/76 Young player who needs more time on field, but a small rise is justified. 6 starts, 2 subs, 449 minutes, increase to 78 Henning GRIENEISEN 24/RM/CM/78 Regular starts. 9 starts, 5 subs, 786 minutes, 1 goal, increase to 79 Dominic PEITZ 24/CM/78 As above. 8 starts, 10 subs, 801 minutes, increase to 79 Rostock Total number of matches played by this team this season: 19 (17 Bundesliga2 + 2 DFB Cup) = 1710 minutes Jörg HAHNEL 26/G/79 No.1 keeper, played all matches. 19 starts, 1710 minutes, increase to 81 Simon TUTING 22/F/74***BARGAIN BUY*** This guy seems to break into the first squad. 3 starts, 180 minutes, increase to 76 Kevin SCHINDLER 20/W/F/80 The newcomer’s performance is the only ray of light in a disappointing team. 17 starts, 1673 minutes, 4 goal, 7 assist increase to 82 Koblenz Total number of matches played by this team this season: 18 (17 Bundesliga2 + 1 DFB Cup) = 1620 minutes David YELDELL 27/G/79 Their main keeper – and a good one. 18 starts, 1620 minutes, increase to 81 Lars BENDER 21/M/73***BARGAIN BUY*** Don’t confuse him with one half of the 1860 twins – but he’s not bad either. 7 starts, 3 sub, 581 minutes, 1 assist increase to 77 Alassane OUÉDRAOGO 27/RM/75 Last time I predicted him to rise and he didn’t – but now he’s got a lot more playtime under his belt. 4 starts, 6 subs, 273 minutes, 1 assist increase to 77 Emmanuel KRONTIRIS 25/F/W/78***BIG RISER*** New striker from Aachen, quite an effective lad. 12 starts, 3 sub, 919 minutes, 5 goals, 2 assists increase to 82 Matt TAYLOR 27/F/78 ***BIG RISER*** The other starting forward. 12 starts, 3 sub, 934 minutes, 5 goals, 4 assists increase to 82 Njazi KUQI 25/CF/79 Not first choice anymore, but continues to have good stats, called to Finnish NT as well. 14 starts, 3 sub, 1162 minutes, 2 goals, 1 assists increase to 81 Wehen Wiesbaden Total number of matches played by this team this season: 19 (17 Bundesliga2 + 2 DFB Cup) = 1710 minutes Nikolaos NAKAS 26/RB/78 On par with the rest of their defense. 10 starts, 1 sub, 871 minutes, increase to 80 Sascha AMSTATTER 31/DM/78 A small rise due to his stats. 12 starts, 3 subs, 991 minutes, increase to 80 Dennis SCHMIDT 19/F/78 Youngster fighting his way into the first team. 4 starts, 11 subs, 572 minutes, 2 assists, increase to 79 FSV Frankfurt Total number of matches played by this team this season: 19 (17 Bundesliga2 + 2 DFB Cup) = 1710 minutes Patrick KLANDT 25/G/77 Their starting keeper. 19 starts, 1710 minutes increase to 81 Lars WEISSENFELDT 28/RB/78 Some games since promotion warrant a small increase. 13 starts, 1126 minutes increase to 80 Sead MEHIC 33/Fwd/W/77 As above. 13 starts, 1355 minutes, 1 goal, 1 assist, increase to 81 Christian MIKOLAJCZAK 27/LM/79 Another player profiting from promotion. 13 starts, 3 subs, 1215 minutes, 2 assists, increase to 81 Matias CENCI 30/CF/80 Some starts, some goals. 12 starts, 5 subs, 921 minutes, 4 goals, increase to 81 El Hadj Ali FIKRI 23/F/73***BARGAIN BUY*** Young striker getting some minutes. 2 starts, 4 subs, 233 minutes, increase to 75 David ULM 24/F/AM/77 Another striker profiting from the promotion. 9 starts, 4 subs, 802 minutes, 1 goal, 1 assist, increase to 80
  9. Re: Vedad Ibisevic Exactly my point.
  10. Re: full-backs who will rise Subotic, Hummels, Henrique, Marcellis, Pique, Santacroce are some of the CB's that come to my mind right now.
  11. Re: Vedad Ibisevic 87 would be outrageous, with the amount of goals he scored in club and NT and Hoffenheim's position. 88 as minimum with a good chance to hit 89. His injury should not affect this rating in any way as the spring season has not yet started in Germany. Anyways very sad news to read but the tear of the cruciate knee ligamen has not yet been confirmed by Hoffenheim's doctors. Let's hope for the best until the exact diagnosis is received along with his expected recovery time.
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