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    TorresFTW got a reaction from SMPL in Portuguese must buys before rating changes!   
    I know there are threads similar, and probably these players have been mentioned before, thought I'd bring the biggest and best risers in Portugal into one thread and give them solid predictions which I think are highly likely to happen. Criticise me if you will, I don't mind it. Any suggestions and improvements welcome, as well as any players I've missed out on!
    Cheers, here we go:
    HULK, Givanildo Vieira

    The 22 year old has burst on to the scene in Portugal and has been producing some fine form for Primeira Liga’s top team, including quite a few goals.
    So far The Hulk has 8 goals from 20 appearances in the league, 14 of those being starts. Currently rated 85, expect a nice jump to 88 this time round and expect a lot more to come from this young man in the future.
    Rating: 85 - 88
    CRISTIAN RODRIGUEZ, Gabriel

    The Uruguayan has been quietly going about his business at Porto since joining in a controversial transfer from PSG. He has formed a lethal partnership in a forward trio with Lisandro Lopez and Hulk and has also scored some important goals for Porto.
    He currently has 6 goals from 19 starts and 2 subs which is an excellent return for a player who is renowned mostly for his tantalising runs and assists.
    To add to this, he also has 29 caps for his country, Uruguay, and 2 goals. With Uruguay looking a very good shout to go to the World Cup in SA, Rodriguez could have a lot more to come in the next few years.
    You can expect a positional change from LM/AM to LM/W or W/F for Rodriguez and also a slight rating rise.
    Rating: 89 – 90
    CISSOKHO, Aly

    What a buy this could turn out to be if you bought him at 75. After spending only 6 months and playing 13 league games for Vitoria, Cissokho made a dream January move to Porto worth around 300,000 Euros. Since then he has started every game for Porto and never looked back, putting in solid performances keeping Sapunaru and Benitez out of the team.
    He has 13 games for Setubal this season and 8 games for Porto stats wise.
    Rating: 82 – 86
    ROLANDO, Jorge

    The man who was linked with Arsenal in the summer but eventually moved to Porto from Belenenses. He has missed just one game this season for Porto and has also made his international debut for Portugal against Finland. Expect big things to come from this guy in the future.
    Rating: 87 – 89
    Filipe DANIEL CARRICO

    Another fairly big riser from Portugal. Daniel Carrico has risen through the ranks of Sporting and the Portuguese national side and is currently in the Under 21 squad, but he has more impressively broken into the starting 11 of Sporting, replacing Tonel at the heart of defence. He currently has 14 starts and 1 sub appearance this season, and should get a healthy rise.
    Rating: 75 – 82
    SIDNEI, Rechel

    Big talent. Has massive experience for a player of his age, especially a centre back. He has played 15 starts, 1 sub appearance this season for Benfica, also scoring 3 goals.
    Rating: 85 – 87
    ORLANDO SA, Carlos

    Most people will know about him, and he is widely perceived to be the future of the Portuguese forward line. At only 20, almost 21, he has only made 2 starts and 6 sub appearances this season for Braga. Bringing him into the fray lightly clearly. Well that notion was completely thwarted when he made his debut for Portugal senior team against Finland, playing 30 minutes in a 1-0 win for Portugal. It has since been rumoured that he has signed for Porto for next season for an undisclosed fee. During this season, he has also played against Spain for Portugal U21’s and scored a hat trick. Impressive stuff, one to watch out for that’s for certain. And could this get any better, oh yeah, he’s also 70 rated, and if you’re lucky enough to have him available in your setup, you can grab him for 10k.
    Rating: 70 – 78
    MAICON, Pereira Roque

    Centre back for Nacional who have surprised many this season and are looking very good and possibly even able to nick a UEFA cup spot. They currently lie 5th but are very close to 4th place Sporting Braga. Maicon has played every game bar two this season and has formed a strong defensive partnership with Felipe Lopes (whom is also rated 80) throughout the season.
    Maicon has played 19 starts and 1 sub appearance, which gives him a healthy rise and you a healthy profit.
    Rating: 80 – 85
    FELIPE LOPES, Aliste

    The other of the 2 young Nacional centre backs. Lopes is slightly older at 21 but that is still very young and he has impressed also. Lopes has played 16 starts and 1 sub appearance which I’d love to say would put him level on rating with Maicon, although I’m fairly sure he’ll hit one less rating.
    Rating: 80 – 84
    LUÍS ALBERTO, Silva
    Another mainstay in the Naiconal team, he has started 18 games and subbed on once, giving him a total of 1425 minutes. Should get a nice rise to 85.
    Rating: 82 – 85
    RUBEN MICAEL, Freitas
    The gem of the squad. Rated at only 73, you can pick him up for less than 100k, and at the age of 22 can make you a nice little profit.
    Ruben Micael has played in 18 games so far this season, 14 starts and 4 sub appearances, also scoring 3 goals.
    Rating: 73 – 82
    NENE, Miguel
    Although he’s not the biggest of risers, mention must be given to Nene for his performances this season. 15 goals in 21 appearances will give him a rise to 87 and possibly a sneaky rise to 88. Could be one to look out for if he gets a move to a bigger side in the summer.
    Rating: 86 – 87
    RUBEN, Tiago
    Not really a big riser, however he could be in the not too distant future. Only 70 rated which means you can pick him up for 10k and he should be available in most setups given his recent rise to the occasion. He has played in 6 games recently, 3 as a starter and 3 as a sub and this could give him a nice rise, however if he continues to play, he could go even higher.
    Rating: 70 – 75
    BRAGA, Manuel
    Not too big of a riser either, but one that can make you some money for smaller teams. He should also be quite readily available in setups. Braga has been an important player for Leixoes this season, playing in 20 of the 22 games, 4 as a sub and 16 starts, also scoring 3 goals. This should get him a nice rise, with 82 possibly a bit pessimistic.
    Rating: 78 – 82/83
    BABA, Papa Diawara
    A young spark in a fairly aging Maritimo side. Baba has been class this season, netting 11 times in 15 starts and also has 2 sub appearances. Should easily get a healthy rise from 75, and at the age of 21 (just turned) he should make you quite abit of money!
    Rating: 75 – 83
    BOLIVIA, Edvaldo
    Gaining experience later on in his career than he would have expected/wanted, but experience is experience. Has scored 2 goals in 14 starts and 8 sub appearances so far this season for Naval, and should get a nice rise.
    Rating: 75 – 81/82
    DIOGO GOMES, Soares
    Another that won’t rise by substantial amounts, but will just enough to make you a bit of cash. Has made 8 starts and 4 sub appearances since the rating changes, and scoring 1 goal. Should make a healthy rise.
    Rating: 75 – 80/81
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    TorresFTW got a reaction from Radebe20 in Portuguese must buys before rating changes!   
    I know there are threads similar, and probably these players have been mentioned before, thought I'd bring the biggest and best risers in Portugal into one thread and give them solid predictions which I think are highly likely to happen. Criticise me if you will, I don't mind it. Any suggestions and improvements welcome, as well as any players I've missed out on!
    Cheers, here we go:
    HULK, Givanildo Vieira

    The 22 year old has burst on to the scene in Portugal and has been producing some fine form for Primeira Liga’s top team, including quite a few goals.
    So far The Hulk has 8 goals from 20 appearances in the league, 14 of those being starts. Currently rated 85, expect a nice jump to 88 this time round and expect a lot more to come from this young man in the future.
    Rating: 85 - 88
    CRISTIAN RODRIGUEZ, Gabriel

    The Uruguayan has been quietly going about his business at Porto since joining in a controversial transfer from PSG. He has formed a lethal partnership in a forward trio with Lisandro Lopez and Hulk and has also scored some important goals for Porto.
    He currently has 6 goals from 19 starts and 2 subs which is an excellent return for a player who is renowned mostly for his tantalising runs and assists.
    To add to this, he also has 29 caps for his country, Uruguay, and 2 goals. With Uruguay looking a very good shout to go to the World Cup in SA, Rodriguez could have a lot more to come in the next few years.
    You can expect a positional change from LM/AM to LM/W or W/F for Rodriguez and also a slight rating rise.
    Rating: 89 – 90
    CISSOKHO, Aly

    What a buy this could turn out to be if you bought him at 75. After spending only 6 months and playing 13 league games for Vitoria, Cissokho made a dream January move to Porto worth around 300,000 Euros. Since then he has started every game for Porto and never looked back, putting in solid performances keeping Sapunaru and Benitez out of the team.
    He has 13 games for Setubal this season and 8 games for Porto stats wise.
    Rating: 82 – 86
    ROLANDO, Jorge

    The man who was linked with Arsenal in the summer but eventually moved to Porto from Belenenses. He has missed just one game this season for Porto and has also made his international debut for Portugal against Finland. Expect big things to come from this guy in the future.
    Rating: 87 – 89
    Filipe DANIEL CARRICO

    Another fairly big riser from Portugal. Daniel Carrico has risen through the ranks of Sporting and the Portuguese national side and is currently in the Under 21 squad, but he has more impressively broken into the starting 11 of Sporting, replacing Tonel at the heart of defence. He currently has 14 starts and 1 sub appearance this season, and should get a healthy rise.
    Rating: 75 – 82
    SIDNEI, Rechel

    Big talent. Has massive experience for a player of his age, especially a centre back. He has played 15 starts, 1 sub appearance this season for Benfica, also scoring 3 goals.
    Rating: 85 – 87
    ORLANDO SA, Carlos

    Most people will know about him, and he is widely perceived to be the future of the Portuguese forward line. At only 20, almost 21, he has only made 2 starts and 6 sub appearances this season for Braga. Bringing him into the fray lightly clearly. Well that notion was completely thwarted when he made his debut for Portugal senior team against Finland, playing 30 minutes in a 1-0 win for Portugal. It has since been rumoured that he has signed for Porto for next season for an undisclosed fee. During this season, he has also played against Spain for Portugal U21’s and scored a hat trick. Impressive stuff, one to watch out for that’s for certain. And could this get any better, oh yeah, he’s also 70 rated, and if you’re lucky enough to have him available in your setup, you can grab him for 10k.
    Rating: 70 – 78
    MAICON, Pereira Roque

    Centre back for Nacional who have surprised many this season and are looking very good and possibly even able to nick a UEFA cup spot. They currently lie 5th but are very close to 4th place Sporting Braga. Maicon has played every game bar two this season and has formed a strong defensive partnership with Felipe Lopes (whom is also rated 80) throughout the season.
    Maicon has played 19 starts and 1 sub appearance, which gives him a healthy rise and you a healthy profit.
    Rating: 80 – 85
    FELIPE LOPES, Aliste

    The other of the 2 young Nacional centre backs. Lopes is slightly older at 21 but that is still very young and he has impressed also. Lopes has played 16 starts and 1 sub appearance which I’d love to say would put him level on rating with Maicon, although I’m fairly sure he’ll hit one less rating.
    Rating: 80 – 84
    LUÍS ALBERTO, Silva
    Another mainstay in the Naiconal team, he has started 18 games and subbed on once, giving him a total of 1425 minutes. Should get a nice rise to 85.
    Rating: 82 – 85
    RUBEN MICAEL, Freitas
    The gem of the squad. Rated at only 73, you can pick him up for less than 100k, and at the age of 22 can make you a nice little profit.
    Ruben Micael has played in 18 games so far this season, 14 starts and 4 sub appearances, also scoring 3 goals.
    Rating: 73 – 82
    NENE, Miguel
    Although he’s not the biggest of risers, mention must be given to Nene for his performances this season. 15 goals in 21 appearances will give him a rise to 87 and possibly a sneaky rise to 88. Could be one to look out for if he gets a move to a bigger side in the summer.
    Rating: 86 – 87
    RUBEN, Tiago
    Not really a big riser, however he could be in the not too distant future. Only 70 rated which means you can pick him up for 10k and he should be available in most setups given his recent rise to the occasion. He has played in 6 games recently, 3 as a starter and 3 as a sub and this could give him a nice rise, however if he continues to play, he could go even higher.
    Rating: 70 – 75
    BRAGA, Manuel
    Not too big of a riser either, but one that can make you some money for smaller teams. He should also be quite readily available in setups. Braga has been an important player for Leixoes this season, playing in 20 of the 22 games, 4 as a sub and 16 starts, also scoring 3 goals. This should get him a nice rise, with 82 possibly a bit pessimistic.
    Rating: 78 – 82/83
    BABA, Papa Diawara
    A young spark in a fairly aging Maritimo side. Baba has been class this season, netting 11 times in 15 starts and also has 2 sub appearances. Should easily get a healthy rise from 75, and at the age of 21 (just turned) he should make you quite abit of money!
    Rating: 75 – 83
    BOLIVIA, Edvaldo
    Gaining experience later on in his career than he would have expected/wanted, but experience is experience. Has scored 2 goals in 14 starts and 8 sub appearances so far this season for Naval, and should get a nice rise.
    Rating: 75 – 81/82
    DIOGO GOMES, Soares
    Another that won’t rise by substantial amounts, but will just enough to make you a bit of cash. Has made 8 starts and 4 sub appearances since the rating changes, and scoring 1 goal. Should make a healthy rise.
    Rating: 75 – 80/81
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    TorresFTW got a reaction from BenM in Portuguese must buys before rating changes!   
    I know there are threads similar, and probably these players have been mentioned before, thought I'd bring the biggest and best risers in Portugal into one thread and give them solid predictions which I think are highly likely to happen. Criticise me if you will, I don't mind it. Any suggestions and improvements welcome, as well as any players I've missed out on!
    Cheers, here we go:
    HULK, Givanildo Vieira

    The 22 year old has burst on to the scene in Portugal and has been producing some fine form for Primeira Liga’s top team, including quite a few goals.
    So far The Hulk has 8 goals from 20 appearances in the league, 14 of those being starts. Currently rated 85, expect a nice jump to 88 this time round and expect a lot more to come from this young man in the future.
    Rating: 85 - 88
    CRISTIAN RODRIGUEZ, Gabriel

    The Uruguayan has been quietly going about his business at Porto since joining in a controversial transfer from PSG. He has formed a lethal partnership in a forward trio with Lisandro Lopez and Hulk and has also scored some important goals for Porto.
    He currently has 6 goals from 19 starts and 2 subs which is an excellent return for a player who is renowned mostly for his tantalising runs and assists.
    To add to this, he also has 29 caps for his country, Uruguay, and 2 goals. With Uruguay looking a very good shout to go to the World Cup in SA, Rodriguez could have a lot more to come in the next few years.
    You can expect a positional change from LM/AM to LM/W or W/F for Rodriguez and also a slight rating rise.
    Rating: 89 – 90
    CISSOKHO, Aly

    What a buy this could turn out to be if you bought him at 75. After spending only 6 months and playing 13 league games for Vitoria, Cissokho made a dream January move to Porto worth around 300,000 Euros. Since then he has started every game for Porto and never looked back, putting in solid performances keeping Sapunaru and Benitez out of the team.
    He has 13 games for Setubal this season and 8 games for Porto stats wise.
    Rating: 82 – 86
    ROLANDO, Jorge

    The man who was linked with Arsenal in the summer but eventually moved to Porto from Belenenses. He has missed just one game this season for Porto and has also made his international debut for Portugal against Finland. Expect big things to come from this guy in the future.
    Rating: 87 – 89
    Filipe DANIEL CARRICO

    Another fairly big riser from Portugal. Daniel Carrico has risen through the ranks of Sporting and the Portuguese national side and is currently in the Under 21 squad, but he has more impressively broken into the starting 11 of Sporting, replacing Tonel at the heart of defence. He currently has 14 starts and 1 sub appearance this season, and should get a healthy rise.
    Rating: 75 – 82
    SIDNEI, Rechel

    Big talent. Has massive experience for a player of his age, especially a centre back. He has played 15 starts, 1 sub appearance this season for Benfica, also scoring 3 goals.
    Rating: 85 – 87
    ORLANDO SA, Carlos

    Most people will know about him, and he is widely perceived to be the future of the Portuguese forward line. At only 20, almost 21, he has only made 2 starts and 6 sub appearances this season for Braga. Bringing him into the fray lightly clearly. Well that notion was completely thwarted when he made his debut for Portugal senior team against Finland, playing 30 minutes in a 1-0 win for Portugal. It has since been rumoured that he has signed for Porto for next season for an undisclosed fee. During this season, he has also played against Spain for Portugal U21’s and scored a hat trick. Impressive stuff, one to watch out for that’s for certain. And could this get any better, oh yeah, he’s also 70 rated, and if you’re lucky enough to have him available in your setup, you can grab him for 10k.
    Rating: 70 – 78
    MAICON, Pereira Roque

    Centre back for Nacional who have surprised many this season and are looking very good and possibly even able to nick a UEFA cup spot. They currently lie 5th but are very close to 4th place Sporting Braga. Maicon has played every game bar two this season and has formed a strong defensive partnership with Felipe Lopes (whom is also rated 80) throughout the season.
    Maicon has played 19 starts and 1 sub appearance, which gives him a healthy rise and you a healthy profit.
    Rating: 80 – 85
    FELIPE LOPES, Aliste

    The other of the 2 young Nacional centre backs. Lopes is slightly older at 21 but that is still very young and he has impressed also. Lopes has played 16 starts and 1 sub appearance which I’d love to say would put him level on rating with Maicon, although I’m fairly sure he’ll hit one less rating.
    Rating: 80 – 84
    LUÍS ALBERTO, Silva
    Another mainstay in the Naiconal team, he has started 18 games and subbed on once, giving him a total of 1425 minutes. Should get a nice rise to 85.
    Rating: 82 – 85
    RUBEN MICAEL, Freitas
    The gem of the squad. Rated at only 73, you can pick him up for less than 100k, and at the age of 22 can make you a nice little profit.
    Ruben Micael has played in 18 games so far this season, 14 starts and 4 sub appearances, also scoring 3 goals.
    Rating: 73 – 82
    NENE, Miguel
    Although he’s not the biggest of risers, mention must be given to Nene for his performances this season. 15 goals in 21 appearances will give him a rise to 87 and possibly a sneaky rise to 88. Could be one to look out for if he gets a move to a bigger side in the summer.
    Rating: 86 – 87
    RUBEN, Tiago
    Not really a big riser, however he could be in the not too distant future. Only 70 rated which means you can pick him up for 10k and he should be available in most setups given his recent rise to the occasion. He has played in 6 games recently, 3 as a starter and 3 as a sub and this could give him a nice rise, however if he continues to play, he could go even higher.
    Rating: 70 – 75
    BRAGA, Manuel
    Not too big of a riser either, but one that can make you some money for smaller teams. He should also be quite readily available in setups. Braga has been an important player for Leixoes this season, playing in 20 of the 22 games, 4 as a sub and 16 starts, also scoring 3 goals. This should get him a nice rise, with 82 possibly a bit pessimistic.
    Rating: 78 – 82/83
    BABA, Papa Diawara
    A young spark in a fairly aging Maritimo side. Baba has been class this season, netting 11 times in 15 starts and also has 2 sub appearances. Should easily get a healthy rise from 75, and at the age of 21 (just turned) he should make you quite abit of money!
    Rating: 75 – 83
    BOLIVIA, Edvaldo
    Gaining experience later on in his career than he would have expected/wanted, but experience is experience. Has scored 2 goals in 14 starts and 8 sub appearances so far this season for Naval, and should get a nice rise.
    Rating: 75 – 81/82
    DIOGO GOMES, Soares
    Another that won’t rise by substantial amounts, but will just enough to make you a bit of cash. Has made 8 starts and 4 sub appearances since the rating changes, and scoring 1 goal. Should make a healthy rise.
    Rating: 75 – 80/81
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    TorresFTW got a reaction from Kensational in Portuguese must buys before rating changes!   
    I know there are threads similar, and probably these players have been mentioned before, thought I'd bring the biggest and best risers in Portugal into one thread and give them solid predictions which I think are highly likely to happen. Criticise me if you will, I don't mind it. Any suggestions and improvements welcome, as well as any players I've missed out on!
    Cheers, here we go:
    HULK, Givanildo Vieira

    The 22 year old has burst on to the scene in Portugal and has been producing some fine form for Primeira Liga’s top team, including quite a few goals.
    So far The Hulk has 8 goals from 20 appearances in the league, 14 of those being starts. Currently rated 85, expect a nice jump to 88 this time round and expect a lot more to come from this young man in the future.
    Rating: 85 - 88
    CRISTIAN RODRIGUEZ, Gabriel

    The Uruguayan has been quietly going about his business at Porto since joining in a controversial transfer from PSG. He has formed a lethal partnership in a forward trio with Lisandro Lopez and Hulk and has also scored some important goals for Porto.
    He currently has 6 goals from 19 starts and 2 subs which is an excellent return for a player who is renowned mostly for his tantalising runs and assists.
    To add to this, he also has 29 caps for his country, Uruguay, and 2 goals. With Uruguay looking a very good shout to go to the World Cup in SA, Rodriguez could have a lot more to come in the next few years.
    You can expect a positional change from LM/AM to LM/W or W/F for Rodriguez and also a slight rating rise.
    Rating: 89 – 90
    CISSOKHO, Aly

    What a buy this could turn out to be if you bought him at 75. After spending only 6 months and playing 13 league games for Vitoria, Cissokho made a dream January move to Porto worth around 300,000 Euros. Since then he has started every game for Porto and never looked back, putting in solid performances keeping Sapunaru and Benitez out of the team.
    He has 13 games for Setubal this season and 8 games for Porto stats wise.
    Rating: 82 – 86
    ROLANDO, Jorge

    The man who was linked with Arsenal in the summer but eventually moved to Porto from Belenenses. He has missed just one game this season for Porto and has also made his international debut for Portugal against Finland. Expect big things to come from this guy in the future.
    Rating: 87 – 89
    Filipe DANIEL CARRICO

    Another fairly big riser from Portugal. Daniel Carrico has risen through the ranks of Sporting and the Portuguese national side and is currently in the Under 21 squad, but he has more impressively broken into the starting 11 of Sporting, replacing Tonel at the heart of defence. He currently has 14 starts and 1 sub appearance this season, and should get a healthy rise.
    Rating: 75 – 82
    SIDNEI, Rechel

    Big talent. Has massive experience for a player of his age, especially a centre back. He has played 15 starts, 1 sub appearance this season for Benfica, also scoring 3 goals.
    Rating: 85 – 87
    ORLANDO SA, Carlos

    Most people will know about him, and he is widely perceived to be the future of the Portuguese forward line. At only 20, almost 21, he has only made 2 starts and 6 sub appearances this season for Braga. Bringing him into the fray lightly clearly. Well that notion was completely thwarted when he made his debut for Portugal senior team against Finland, playing 30 minutes in a 1-0 win for Portugal. It has since been rumoured that he has signed for Porto for next season for an undisclosed fee. During this season, he has also played against Spain for Portugal U21’s and scored a hat trick. Impressive stuff, one to watch out for that’s for certain. And could this get any better, oh yeah, he’s also 70 rated, and if you’re lucky enough to have him available in your setup, you can grab him for 10k.
    Rating: 70 – 78
    MAICON, Pereira Roque

    Centre back for Nacional who have surprised many this season and are looking very good and possibly even able to nick a UEFA cup spot. They currently lie 5th but are very close to 4th place Sporting Braga. Maicon has played every game bar two this season and has formed a strong defensive partnership with Felipe Lopes (whom is also rated 80) throughout the season.
    Maicon has played 19 starts and 1 sub appearance, which gives him a healthy rise and you a healthy profit.
    Rating: 80 – 85
    FELIPE LOPES, Aliste

    The other of the 2 young Nacional centre backs. Lopes is slightly older at 21 but that is still very young and he has impressed also. Lopes has played 16 starts and 1 sub appearance which I’d love to say would put him level on rating with Maicon, although I’m fairly sure he’ll hit one less rating.
    Rating: 80 – 84
    LUÍS ALBERTO, Silva
    Another mainstay in the Naiconal team, he has started 18 games and subbed on once, giving him a total of 1425 minutes. Should get a nice rise to 85.
    Rating: 82 – 85
    RUBEN MICAEL, Freitas
    The gem of the squad. Rated at only 73, you can pick him up for less than 100k, and at the age of 22 can make you a nice little profit.
    Ruben Micael has played in 18 games so far this season, 14 starts and 4 sub appearances, also scoring 3 goals.
    Rating: 73 – 82
    NENE, Miguel
    Although he’s not the biggest of risers, mention must be given to Nene for his performances this season. 15 goals in 21 appearances will give him a rise to 87 and possibly a sneaky rise to 88. Could be one to look out for if he gets a move to a bigger side in the summer.
    Rating: 86 – 87
    RUBEN, Tiago
    Not really a big riser, however he could be in the not too distant future. Only 70 rated which means you can pick him up for 10k and he should be available in most setups given his recent rise to the occasion. He has played in 6 games recently, 3 as a starter and 3 as a sub and this could give him a nice rise, however if he continues to play, he could go even higher.
    Rating: 70 – 75
    BRAGA, Manuel
    Not too big of a riser either, but one that can make you some money for smaller teams. He should also be quite readily available in setups. Braga has been an important player for Leixoes this season, playing in 20 of the 22 games, 4 as a sub and 16 starts, also scoring 3 goals. This should get him a nice rise, with 82 possibly a bit pessimistic.
    Rating: 78 – 82/83
    BABA, Papa Diawara
    A young spark in a fairly aging Maritimo side. Baba has been class this season, netting 11 times in 15 starts and also has 2 sub appearances. Should easily get a healthy rise from 75, and at the age of 21 (just turned) he should make you quite abit of money!
    Rating: 75 – 83
    BOLIVIA, Edvaldo
    Gaining experience later on in his career than he would have expected/wanted, but experience is experience. Has scored 2 goals in 14 starts and 8 sub appearances so far this season for Naval, and should get a nice rise.
    Rating: 75 – 81/82
    DIOGO GOMES, Soares
    Another that won’t rise by substantial amounts, but will just enough to make you a bit of cash. Has made 8 starts and 4 sub appearances since the rating changes, and scoring 1 goal. Should make a healthy rise.
    Rating: 75 – 80/81
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    TorresFTW got a reaction from Smartdoc in Contract Offering   
    Right, I'm really starting to get racked off because being a small team like Crewe Alexandra with a small stadium, i don't get a lot of money coming in and i need to keep the wages fairly small. However, i also need top class players to challenge, so obviously i try and buy 89 or 94 rated players so that i'm getting enough rating for the wages i'm paying them.
    My problem is when i buy Maicon (94) for £30 million and have him on 40k wages but only on a one year contract. Now, come the end of the season, I'm gonna have to offer him a new contract and see his wages skyrocket to 58k + a week, or sell him, neither of which i want to do. Do the calculations and you'll find that this costs me another £684,000 per season if I offer Maicon a new contract. Absolutely shocking for a club like me.
    Now what I want to know is whether the length of contract is randomized, and surely it wouldn't be too difficult to implement a new system where you can offer the amount of years on a contract to a player, and then maybe a player can accept or reject the contract depending on the length of contract offered?
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    TorresFTW reacted to darshan j. in Lack of Side Midfielders   
    Re: Lack of Side Midfielders
    Goodness.
    The only reason they are wingers on the game is because they can play equally well on the right flank and the left flank.
    When you have a RM/LM like Schweinsteiger he plays better on the right than the left, while with any mook that plays as a LM/RM, well even the world's fattest douche could guess, he plays better on the left than the right
    Quit complaining about wingers. They, like Ribery and Ronaldo and Nani, on the game, can play on the right or left equally well.
    It doesn't matter what foot your CM's use because it's in the middle of the bloody field, they might as well grow a shlong and use their penises to canoodle the balls.
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    Although these may have been mentioned previously before (some more than others) in player talent scout threads etc.. I thought it would be good to bring them all together so that the greedy guts of the forums could feast on the risers
    Firstly, a not so large riser, but one that will make you a fair amount of money. Been overshadowed slightly in UNAM by my next guy, Efrain Juarez, but still worth a buy..
    Fernando MORALES
    Age: 23
    Position: Wing
    Rating: 81
    Stats: 17 starts, totalling 1255 minutes, 3 goals
    Predicted Rating: 85/86
    EFRAIN JUAREZ, Valdez
    Age: 20
    Position: CB/RB
    Rating: 74
    Stats: 16 starts, 1 sub, 1463 minutes.
    Predicted Rating: 85
    CALDERON, Néstor
    Age: 19
    Position: AM
    Rating: 78
    Stats: 11 starts, 3 sub, 861 minutes, 2 goals.
    Predicted Rating: 84
    DE LEON, Jonathan
    Age: 21
    Position: Fwd
    Rating: 72
    Stats: 9 starts, 5 subs, 689 minutes.
    Predicted Rating: 81/82 (Lack of goals meaning less of a rise)
    PARTIDA, José Ramón
    Age: 19
    Position: Mid
    Rating: 75
    Stats: 9 starts, 4 subs, 862 minutes.
    Predicted Rating: 81/82
    OLVERA, José Antonio
    Age: 22
    Position: CB
    Rating: 78
    Stats: 9 starts, 2 subs, 870 minutes, 1 goal.
    Predicted Rating: 83
    LUCIO, Alberto
    Age: 23
    Position: CB
    Rating: 75
    Stats: 7 starts, 2 subs, 618 minutes
    Predicted Rating: 80/81
    HERNANDEZ, Elías
    Age: 22
    Position: Fwd
    Rating: 75
    Stats: 6 starts, 10 subs, 777 minutes, 3 goals.
    Predicted Rating: 81/82
    SÁNCHEZ, Alfredo
    Age: 21
    Position: W/F
    Rating: 70
    Stats: 7 starts, 6 subs, 781 minutes.
    Predicted Rating: 80 (10k riser!!!!)
    KONTOGIANNIS, Lampros
    Age: 20
    Position: Mid
    Rating: 73
    Stats: 5 starts, 2 subs, 483 minutes.
    Predicted Rating: 78/79
    DE LA BARRERA, Juan Carlos
    Age: 25
    Position: LB
    Rating: 79
    Stats: 17 starts, 1554 minutes.
    Predicted Rating: 85
    So there you go, a host of Mexican gems for you to have if you haven't got them already!
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    I know this is basically copyright of Seftinho's thread and a few others but thought I'd do similar to the 85-89's that Seftinho is doing. 90+ players that will 75% plus rise, this is just my opinion but should help a lot of people hopefully. Any input would be extremely useful and much appreciated. Thanks.
    GOALKEEPERS:
    VICTOR VALDES, Arribas: 91 - 92
    CARRIZO, Juan Pablo: 90 - 91
    MANDANDA, Steve: 90 - 91
    LEFT BACKS:
    COLE, Ashley (This is 50/50 but I think him and Bosingwa have been outstanding this season and should both get 94, I'm gonna get some stick for this ): 93 - 94
    RIGHT BACKS:
    DANI ALVES, Silva: 94 - 95
    MAICON, Douglas: 94 - 95
    BOSINGWA, José: 93 - 94
    ARBELOA, Álvaro: 90 - 91
    GRYGERA, Zdenek:90 - 91
    BROWN, Wes (Another I'm not too sure on, but with Arbeloa going to 91, Brown deserves it too): 90 - 91
    CENTRE BACKS:
    CHIELLINI, Giorgio: 92 - 93
    GONZALO RODRIGUEZ, Javier: 90 - 91
    GODÍN, Diego: 90 - 91
    DEFENDERS:
    WESTERMANN, Heiko: 90 - 91
    LEFT MIDFIELDERS:
    RIERA, Albert (May be slight bias in this but he has performed extremely well so far at Liverpool and has broken back into the Spain setup.): 91 - 92
    RIGHT MIDFIELDERS:
    SCHWEINSTEIGER, Bastian: 92 - 93
    CENTRAL MIDFIELDERS:
    XAVI, Hernández: 96 - 97
    LAMPARD, Frank: 95 - 96
    CARRICK, Michael: 91 - 92
    MANICHE, Nuno: 91 - 92
    HAMSIK, Marek: 90 - 91
    MUNTARI, Sulley: 91 - 92
    ATTACKING MIDFIELDERS:
    KUYT, Dirk (Another possibly biased one, but Kuyt has played very well this season and scored important goals for table topping Liverpool.): 91 - 92
    WINGERS:
    YOUNG, Ashley: 90 - 91
    TROCHOWSKI, Piotr: 90 - 91
    FORWARDS:
    MESSI, Lionel: 97 - 98
    ANELKA, Nicolas: 92 - 93
    KONE, Bakari: 90 - 91
    HIGUAIN, Gonzalo: 90 - 91
    LAVEZZI, Ezequiel: 90 - 91
    As i said, any suggestions welcome, let me know what you think.
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    ZRedstalls Belgian Risers!

    After recently completing my thread on Mexican risers, i decided to head to Belgium for my next scout! There are a lot of big talents and for starters i have listed the risers i have found from each club. I will be writing a short write-up on all of the biggest prospects (listed at bottom) in the near future. Sorry if some have been mentioned before but i hopeyou appreciate this is all my work
    Club Brugge
    Simaeys CB/Dm - 85 - 86/7
    De Mets DM - 72 - 81/2+
    Alcarez CB - 84 - 86
    Dirar W/F - 85 - 86/7
    Vargas W/AM - 84 - 86
    SONCK CF - 86 - 87/8 9goals in 14
    Akpala CF - 86 - 87 6goals in 12
    Anderlecht
    Legear F - 84 -> 86
    Sare CB/DM - 72 - 77+
    Frutos=Good form CF - 88 - 89+
    Standard Liege
    Mbokani CF - 88 - 89
    De Camargo F - 87 - 88
    Carcela-Gonzalez AM - 73 - 76+
    Dalmat RM - 86 - 87
    KRC Genk
    Verhulst Gk - 76 - 82
    Tiago Silva Lb - 83 - 85
    Joao Carlos CB - 84 - 85/6
    Ogunjimi W/F - 79 - 82
    Nemec CF - 84 - 85
    Westerlo
    De Winter GK - 82 - 83/4
    Van Kerckhoven CB/LB - 83 - 85
    Wils CB/Dm - 83 - 85/6
    Vanaudenaerde RB - 82 - 84
    Scheelen AM/LM - 79 - 82
    Modubi Dm/CM - 80 - 82/3
    Adams Cm/AM - 77 - 81/2
    Farssi LM/CM - 82 - 83
    Tomou CF - 85 - 86
    Ruiz F - 84 - 86 7 goals in 11
    Excelsior Mouscron
    Ouali Am/F - 80 - 83
    Custovic CF - 85 - 86
    Sakonoko CF - 74 - 78+
    KAA Gent
    Jorgacevic GK - 83 - 85/6
    Rosales RM/RB - 83 - 85/6
    Thompson LB/LM - 83 - 85
    Grondin CM/Dm - 83 - 85
    Olufade F/W - 86 - 88
    Lokeren
    El Mouataz LB/CB - 82 - 83/4
    Doll CB - 83 - 84
    Muharemovic D/DM - 81 - 82
    Dupre RB - 83 - 84
    De Wilde X2 future prospects
    Tiko CM/DM - 82 - 85
    Mbayo AM/Rm - 82-83/4
    Maazou CF - 80 - 85
    Cercle Brugge
    Verbist Gk - 84 - 85
    Nyoni LB/LM - 83 - 84/5
    Charleri
    Lacquiat GK - 83 - 84/5
    Sbai LB/CB - 82 - 84
    Vandenbroek CB - 80 - 84
    Bia W/AM - 82 - 83/4
    SERGIO RM/AM - 78 - 83
    HABIBOU CF - 80 - 84 - 5 goals in 11
    Zulte Waregem
    Bossut GK - 80 - 83
    Colpaerte CB - 81 - 82
    Buysse LB - 79 - 81/2
    Matton AM - 80 - 82
    Neumayr AM/RM - 77 - 79
    Leye F - 85 - 86/7
    Mutombo Cm - 72 - 80
    Dender
    Berthelin GK - 81 - 83/4
    Martinovic GK - 80 - 82
    Neva CB/Rb - 80 - 81/2
    Blondel LB/CB - 81 - 82/3
    De Storme LM/CM - 80 - 82
    Smajic Rm/W - 81 - 82/3
    Jacobs W/AM - 77 - 80
    Wittesaele F/W - 75 - 79+
    KV Kortrijk
    Elimane 78>81
    Mollez GK - 79 - 80
    De Ly CB - 77 - 80
    Belhoccine AM - 77 - 81
    K*ums DM - 78 - 82
    Calvo DM - 78 - 80
    Coulibaly F - 78 - 83/4
    Tubize
    VILLANO RM/AM - 73 - 79/80
    GBH
    Proto GK - 82 - 84
    Biggest talents! (Explanations to come!)
    Bakary Sare- Anderlecht
    De Mets- Club Brugge
    Wittesaele- Dender
    Verhulst- Genk
    Daeseleire- Genk
    Maazou- Lokeren
    Ouali- Mouscron
    Carcela-Gonzalez- Standard Liege
    Villano- Tubize
    There is still a very long time until the Belgian ratings which means that there is big potential for increased rises! I hope you enjoyed the thread, please leave your comments on how i can improve. Thanks
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    Bakary Sare (left)

    Bakary Sare is an 18 year old central defender who plays for Anderlecht who currently lie 2nd in the Belgian Jupiler League. He has appeared four times for the club so far this season and has played a total of 156 minutes. He has impressed in his appearences from defensive midfield this season and i expect him to get some more appearences before the Begian ratings are reviewed. If he gets a few more apps and continues to impress, Sare could be on for a decent rise this time round and is a very good prospect for the future. Especially if he breaks into the first team, which looks like might not to be too long away! Bakary Sare, remember the name
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    Gertjan De Mets - Club Brugge

    Gertjan De Mets is a 21 year old defensive midfielder who plays his football at Club brugge. He has made nine appearences for Brugge so far this season. One of which came in the UEFA cup! Altogether this season he has played for 636 minutes. He should continue to get appearences leading up to the Belgian ratings changes and should get a healthy rise, and is another brilliant future prospect. And the best thing about him, he's rated 72 on the database! Snap him up now!
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    Wittesaele- Dender

    Another youngster, Dieter Wittesaele is a 19 year old winger who has started to get appearences for Dender. He has appeared 10 times for Dender, coming on from the bench for six of them, which means he has played a total of 464 minutes. He has a good eye for goal and has scored 3 already this season. He is only rated 75 on the database and should get a decent rise if he continues to perform.
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    TorresFTW got a reaction from SMPL in Gain/Save your squad £30million!   
    In this thread, I will use a Bestpay sort of idea by which I will create a team of 11 plus a number of subs which I will choose soon. The team will all be players that will jump a wage barrier in the next rating change, hence making you money by going up in value, and also saving you money by having a player in your team who is rated higher than what you are paying him for. I will be doing players above 70 ratings so that they will make you a bit of money in the short term as well.
    So, at the moment the wage barriers are like so (estimated);
    Rating: 70-74
    Wage: £3,000 per turn
    Rating: 75-79
    Wage: £7,000 per turn
    Rating: 80-84
    Wage: £11,000 per turn
    Rating: 85-89
    Wage: £21,000 per turn
    Rating: 90-94
    Wage: £45,000 per turn
    Now I will use an example with Diego Capel (if you’d have bought him before the last rating changes).
    His rating prior to the rating changes was 89, hence meaning that his wages were £21,000 per week. If you’d have bought him prior to the rating changes, he was increased to 90 and he was still on a £21,000 per week contract. You would have also bought him at a better price, saving you millions in the short term, and hundreds of thousands if not millions in the long term. This is because his wages (if you bought him prior to ratings) would be £24,000 less than if you’d have bought him after the rating changes. So, lets take a season of having Diego Capel if you’d have bought him prior to the rating changes. I reckon you could’ve picked him up at about a minimum of £12 million. By the end of the season, you would’ve paid him 38x24,000 in wages, which totals £912,000. This brings his total money paid for him to approximately £13 million. Now, on the other end of the spectrum, say you buy Diego Capel after the rating changes, a minimum of about £15 million transfer fee, and £45,000 a turn wages. You would’ve paid him 38x45,000 in wages, which totals £1,710,000. This brings his total money paid for him to almost £17 million. A saving of nearly £4 million would’ve been there for you had you bought him before he went up.
    Anyway, that’s just an example, this thread should hopefully make and save you a lot of money.
    So here we go…
    GK
    Between the sticks for our team is José Luis MARTINEZ GULLOTTA.
    This goalkeeper is a bit of a gem and especially at the age of 24. Topsy turvy season for Racing Club so far, and although Gullotta may well have lost his place in goal by the looks of things (someone may have to correct me), he is still in for a considerable rise.
    Current Rating: 78
    Current Wage: £7k
    Current SM Value: £1,240,000
    Predicted Rating: 82
    Wage Save: £5k per turn / £190k per season
    Predicted SM Value: £2,767,000
    SM Value increase: £1,527,000
    Total Gain/Save: £1,717,000
    LB
    Sticking with Argentina and Racing Club, possibly one of the biggest and best risers of the lot is Jose Schaffer. He’s fared a lot better than Gullotta though, starting 14 and subbing in once in the 15 games Racing have played so far. Rated only 74 currently, he’s in for a great rise, and will cross 2 wage boundaries!
    Current Rating: 74
    Current Wage: £3k
    Current SM Value: £331,000
    Predicted Rating: 84
    Wage Save: £9k per turn / £342k per season
    Predicted SM Value: £3,980,000
    SM Value increase: £3,649,000
    Total Gain/Save: £3,991,000
    RB
    We’ll get higher in rating here and I’ll show a player who pretty much everyone knows, but will show you how much you can gain save if you buy Christian LELL now. He is starting right back for the best team (arguably) in Germany who are playing in the Champions League and are going to be there or thereabouts in the Bundesliga come the end of the season.
    Current Rating: 89
    Current Wage: £21k
    Current SM Value: £6,784,000
    Predicted Rating: 90
    Wage Save: £24k per turn / £912k per season
    Predicted SM Value: £7,487,000
    SM Value increase: £703,000
    Total Gain/Save: £1,615,000
    CB
    Kevin PEZZONI has notched up 8 starts and 697 minutes of football for mid table Bundesliga side FC Koln. Currently rated 75, if he keeps this up, he could be looking at a +7/8 rise. Being only 19, this could make you a nice bit of money.
    Current Rating: 75
    Current Wage: £7k
    Current SM Value: £563,000
    Predicted Rating: 82
    Wage Save: £5k per turn / £190k per season
    Predicted SM Value: £3,199,000
    SM Value increase: £2,636,000
    Total Gain/Save: £2,826,000
    CB
    Nicolas N'KOULOU is just one of the youthful prospects from a Monaco team who are struggling this season in Ligue 1 – more than likely due to their youthful essence. From a team that has produced Cedric MONGONGU, Frederic NIMANI, Stephane RUFFIER, and Vincent MURATORI as young big risers, this may well be another. N’KOULOU is only 18 and already playing at the heart of the Monaco defence. Even better, he has notched up 10 starts and 884 minutes from the 14 games so far this season. Very impressive for a player his age, and also for a player rated just 78!
    Current Rating: 78
    Current Wage: £7k
    Current SM Value: £1,129,000
    Predicted Rating: 84
    Wage Save: £5k per turn / £190k per season
    Predicted SM Value: £4,448,000
    SM Value increase: £3,319,000
    Total Gain/Save: £3,509,000
    LM
    Ryan BABEL. It’s as simple as this, if Nani and Micah Richards are rated 90, Babel should be rated 90. Babel is playing the same if not more of a role than Nani for Liverpool and also coming in and out of the Dutch National team, when the competition up top is shared with Arjen Robben, Ruud Van Nistelrooy, Robin Van Persie, Dirk Kuyt, Klaas Jan Huntelaar and the list goes on. Only 1 start and 6 subs so far this season for Liverpool, but I fully expect as a Liverpool fan for him to start playing more often, especially in the Champions League, and if he’s doing so for a team who are joint-topping the table, why shouldn’t he be 90?
    Current Rating: 89
    Current Wage: £21k
    Current SM Value: £7,420,000
    Predicted Rating: 90
    Wage Save: £24k per turn / £912k per season
    Predicted SM Value: £8,189,000
    SM Value increase: £769,000
    Total Gain/Save: £1,681,000
    RM
    Franco ZUCULINI is next on the list, and takes us back to Argentina and Racing Club. He has played 14 out of 15 games so far, totalling 1192 minutes and scoring one goal. Racing Club may be mid table but ZUCULINI is still in for a massive rise. At only 18, he could make you a lot of money.
    Current Rating: 78
    Current Wage: £7k
    Current SM Value: £1,473,000
    Predicted Rating: 85
    Wage Save: £14k per turn / £532k per season
    Predicted SM Value: £5,092,000
    SM Value increase: £3,619,000
    Total Gain/Save: £4,151,000
    CM
    Zdravko KUZMANOVIC deserved 90 last time round in my opinion, but didn’t get, but will get it this time, bar some sort of disaster. Started 8, subbed in 3 so far this season. 670 minutes, 1 goal, and a constant performer for club and country, should be rated 90.
    Current Rating: 89
    Current Wage: £21k
    Current SM Value: £7,420,000
    Predicted Rating: 90
    Wage Save: £24k per turn / £912k per season
    Predicted SM Value: £8,189,000
    SM Value increase: £769,000
    Total Gain/Save: £1,681,000
    CM
    Pereira RAFAEL CARIOCA. Big Riser. I’m gonna be optimistic with this one so bear with me if I’m wrong. Has become and now is one of the most talented and needed players in the Gremio team – yes the team that are 2 points off the top of the Brazilian league. Currently rated 80, he’s in for 1 wage bounce and a huge rise.
    Current Rating: 80
    Current Wage: £12k
    Current SM Value: £2,232,000
    Predicted Rating: 87
    Wage Save: £9k per turn / £342k per season
    Predicted SM Value: £6,326,000
    SM Value increase: £4,114,000
    Total Gain/Save: £4,456,000
    FWD
    Carneiro KEIRRISON is next. Another from Brazil, another star for the future, another decent riser and will make you quite a bit of money. Once again, I’m gonna be optimistic so quote someone else if the rating prediction is wrong. Keirrison is playing for Coritiba, the newly promoted team to Serie A and who lie in 8th position. This fact alone will mean that Coritiba players will all get an increase as they’ve had such a good season so far. Keirrison however will get a further increase. Why? Take a look. 27 starts, 1 sub. 2289 minutes. 16 goals! Can you ask for much more? At just 19, and being linked to clubs such as Liverpool and Real Madrid, snap this baby up now before he gets too hot to handle.
    Current Rating: 83
    Current Wage: £12k
    Current SM Value: £3,745,000
    Predicted Rating: 87
    Wage Save: £9k per turn / £342k per season
    Predicted SM Value: £6,326,000
    SM Value increase: £2,581,000
    Total Gain/Save: £2,923,000
    FWD
    Lucas VIATRI. Started 13 and subbed on once in the 15 games so far this season for 3rd placed Boca Juniors. Rated only 75. To add to this, he’s scored 6 goals. To add to this, he’s only 21. Bargain.
    Current Rating: 75
    Current Wage: £7k
    Current SM Value: £532,000
    Predicted Rating: 85
    Wage Save: £14k per turn / £532k per season
    Predicted SM Value: £4,690,000
    SM Value increase: £4,158,000
    Total Gain/Save: £4,690,000
    So there is a full squad of 11 players that will be increasing in rating and crossing a wage boundary. This will definitely help teams out as it has helped me out before countless times. But by how much? Total Gain/Save of squad is as follows;
    Total Gain/Save for Squad (Approx):
    £33,240,000
    £33 million?!?! Absolutely quality benefits from buying these players, I will update this thread with more like this as a subs bench and possibly more with the best risers hopefully being done first. Let me know what everyone thinks…

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    TorresFTW reacted to trueblue in Farias Vanderlei // Big Riser   
    He may be on some of the Brazilian Ratings threads,,but for thoses who dont always scroll through page after page,,and may have missed him,, thought I'd give him his own thread,,,,
    FARIAS VANDERLEI

    Real Club: Coritiba
    Age: 24 years old
    Born: 1 February 1984
    Nationality: Brazilian
    Position: Goalkeeper (Gk)
    Foot: Right
    Rating: 75
    Last Rating Change: 0
    SM Value: £487,000
    Chairman Value £290,000
    PREDICTED RISE + 8 TO 83
    This season he has established himself as the first choice keeper for 8th placed team Cortiba,,he has played 21 games totalling 1923 mins , as opposed to the previous GK who has 14 games this season
    As the other GK in the squad is rated 83 and Cortiba have had a fairly decent season ,, I would say he should rise to at least 82/3 ,,making him a good money maker,,or ideal GK for small clubs,Will only set you back 300K,,,, BUY NOW :D
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    TorresFTW got a reaction from MightyShrimper in Gain/Save your squad £30million!   
    In this thread, I will use a Bestpay sort of idea by which I will create a team of 11 plus a number of subs which I will choose soon. The team will all be players that will jump a wage barrier in the next rating change, hence making you money by going up in value, and also saving you money by having a player in your team who is rated higher than what you are paying him for. I will be doing players above 70 ratings so that they will make you a bit of money in the short term as well.
    So, at the moment the wage barriers are like so (estimated);
    Rating: 70-74
    Wage: £3,000 per turn
    Rating: 75-79
    Wage: £7,000 per turn
    Rating: 80-84
    Wage: £11,000 per turn
    Rating: 85-89
    Wage: £21,000 per turn
    Rating: 90-94
    Wage: £45,000 per turn
    Now I will use an example with Diego Capel (if you’d have bought him before the last rating changes).
    His rating prior to the rating changes was 89, hence meaning that his wages were £21,000 per week. If you’d have bought him prior to the rating changes, he was increased to 90 and he was still on a £21,000 per week contract. You would have also bought him at a better price, saving you millions in the short term, and hundreds of thousands if not millions in the long term. This is because his wages (if you bought him prior to ratings) would be £24,000 less than if you’d have bought him after the rating changes. So, lets take a season of having Diego Capel if you’d have bought him prior to the rating changes. I reckon you could’ve picked him up at about a minimum of £12 million. By the end of the season, you would’ve paid him 38x24,000 in wages, which totals £912,000. This brings his total money paid for him to approximately £13 million. Now, on the other end of the spectrum, say you buy Diego Capel after the rating changes, a minimum of about £15 million transfer fee, and £45,000 a turn wages. You would’ve paid him 38x45,000 in wages, which totals £1,710,000. This brings his total money paid for him to almost £17 million. A saving of nearly £4 million would’ve been there for you had you bought him before he went up.
    Anyway, that’s just an example, this thread should hopefully make and save you a lot of money.
    So here we go…
    GK
    Between the sticks for our team is José Luis MARTINEZ GULLOTTA.
    This goalkeeper is a bit of a gem and especially at the age of 24. Topsy turvy season for Racing Club so far, and although Gullotta may well have lost his place in goal by the looks of things (someone may have to correct me), he is still in for a considerable rise.
    Current Rating: 78
    Current Wage: £7k
    Current SM Value: £1,240,000
    Predicted Rating: 82
    Wage Save: £5k per turn / £190k per season
    Predicted SM Value: £2,767,000
    SM Value increase: £1,527,000
    Total Gain/Save: £1,717,000
    LB
    Sticking with Argentina and Racing Club, possibly one of the biggest and best risers of the lot is Jose Schaffer. He’s fared a lot better than Gullotta though, starting 14 and subbing in once in the 15 games Racing have played so far. Rated only 74 currently, he’s in for a great rise, and will cross 2 wage boundaries!
    Current Rating: 74
    Current Wage: £3k
    Current SM Value: £331,000
    Predicted Rating: 84
    Wage Save: £9k per turn / £342k per season
    Predicted SM Value: £3,980,000
    SM Value increase: £3,649,000
    Total Gain/Save: £3,991,000
    RB
    We’ll get higher in rating here and I’ll show a player who pretty much everyone knows, but will show you how much you can gain save if you buy Christian LELL now. He is starting right back for the best team (arguably) in Germany who are playing in the Champions League and are going to be there or thereabouts in the Bundesliga come the end of the season.
    Current Rating: 89
    Current Wage: £21k
    Current SM Value: £6,784,000
    Predicted Rating: 90
    Wage Save: £24k per turn / £912k per season
    Predicted SM Value: £7,487,000
    SM Value increase: £703,000
    Total Gain/Save: £1,615,000
    CB
    Kevin PEZZONI has notched up 8 starts and 697 minutes of football for mid table Bundesliga side FC Koln. Currently rated 75, if he keeps this up, he could be looking at a +7/8 rise. Being only 19, this could make you a nice bit of money.
    Current Rating: 75
    Current Wage: £7k
    Current SM Value: £563,000
    Predicted Rating: 82
    Wage Save: £5k per turn / £190k per season
    Predicted SM Value: £3,199,000
    SM Value increase: £2,636,000
    Total Gain/Save: £2,826,000
    CB
    Nicolas N'KOULOU is just one of the youthful prospects from a Monaco team who are struggling this season in Ligue 1 – more than likely due to their youthful essence. From a team that has produced Cedric MONGONGU, Frederic NIMANI, Stephane RUFFIER, and Vincent MURATORI as young big risers, this may well be another. N’KOULOU is only 18 and already playing at the heart of the Monaco defence. Even better, he has notched up 10 starts and 884 minutes from the 14 games so far this season. Very impressive for a player his age, and also for a player rated just 78!
    Current Rating: 78
    Current Wage: £7k
    Current SM Value: £1,129,000
    Predicted Rating: 84
    Wage Save: £5k per turn / £190k per season
    Predicted SM Value: £4,448,000
    SM Value increase: £3,319,000
    Total Gain/Save: £3,509,000
    LM
    Ryan BABEL. It’s as simple as this, if Nani and Micah Richards are rated 90, Babel should be rated 90. Babel is playing the same if not more of a role than Nani for Liverpool and also coming in and out of the Dutch National team, when the competition up top is shared with Arjen Robben, Ruud Van Nistelrooy, Robin Van Persie, Dirk Kuyt, Klaas Jan Huntelaar and the list goes on. Only 1 start and 6 subs so far this season for Liverpool, but I fully expect as a Liverpool fan for him to start playing more often, especially in the Champions League, and if he’s doing so for a team who are joint-topping the table, why shouldn’t he be 90?
    Current Rating: 89
    Current Wage: £21k
    Current SM Value: £7,420,000
    Predicted Rating: 90
    Wage Save: £24k per turn / £912k per season
    Predicted SM Value: £8,189,000
    SM Value increase: £769,000
    Total Gain/Save: £1,681,000
    RM
    Franco ZUCULINI is next on the list, and takes us back to Argentina and Racing Club. He has played 14 out of 15 games so far, totalling 1192 minutes and scoring one goal. Racing Club may be mid table but ZUCULINI is still in for a massive rise. At only 18, he could make you a lot of money.
    Current Rating: 78
    Current Wage: £7k
    Current SM Value: £1,473,000
    Predicted Rating: 85
    Wage Save: £14k per turn / £532k per season
    Predicted SM Value: £5,092,000
    SM Value increase: £3,619,000
    Total Gain/Save: £4,151,000
    CM
    Zdravko KUZMANOVIC deserved 90 last time round in my opinion, but didn’t get, but will get it this time, bar some sort of disaster. Started 8, subbed in 3 so far this season. 670 minutes, 1 goal, and a constant performer for club and country, should be rated 90.
    Current Rating: 89
    Current Wage: £21k
    Current SM Value: £7,420,000
    Predicted Rating: 90
    Wage Save: £24k per turn / £912k per season
    Predicted SM Value: £8,189,000
    SM Value increase: £769,000
    Total Gain/Save: £1,681,000
    CM
    Pereira RAFAEL CARIOCA. Big Riser. I’m gonna be optimistic with this one so bear with me if I’m wrong. Has become and now is one of the most talented and needed players in the Gremio team – yes the team that are 2 points off the top of the Brazilian league. Currently rated 80, he’s in for 1 wage bounce and a huge rise.
    Current Rating: 80
    Current Wage: £12k
    Current SM Value: £2,232,000
    Predicted Rating: 87
    Wage Save: £9k per turn / £342k per season
    Predicted SM Value: £6,326,000
    SM Value increase: £4,114,000
    Total Gain/Save: £4,456,000
    FWD
    Carneiro KEIRRISON is next. Another from Brazil, another star for the future, another decent riser and will make you quite a bit of money. Once again, I’m gonna be optimistic so quote someone else if the rating prediction is wrong. Keirrison is playing for Coritiba, the newly promoted team to Serie A and who lie in 8th position. This fact alone will mean that Coritiba players will all get an increase as they’ve had such a good season so far. Keirrison however will get a further increase. Why? Take a look. 27 starts, 1 sub. 2289 minutes. 16 goals! Can you ask for much more? At just 19, and being linked to clubs such as Liverpool and Real Madrid, snap this baby up now before he gets too hot to handle.
    Current Rating: 83
    Current Wage: £12k
    Current SM Value: £3,745,000
    Predicted Rating: 87
    Wage Save: £9k per turn / £342k per season
    Predicted SM Value: £6,326,000
    SM Value increase: £2,581,000
    Total Gain/Save: £2,923,000
    FWD
    Lucas VIATRI. Started 13 and subbed on once in the 15 games so far this season for 3rd placed Boca Juniors. Rated only 75. To add to this, he’s scored 6 goals. To add to this, he’s only 21. Bargain.
    Current Rating: 75
    Current Wage: £7k
    Current SM Value: £532,000
    Predicted Rating: 85
    Wage Save: £14k per turn / £532k per season
    Predicted SM Value: £4,690,000
    SM Value increase: £4,158,000
    Total Gain/Save: £4,690,000
    So there is a full squad of 11 players that will be increasing in rating and crossing a wage boundary. This will definitely help teams out as it has helped me out before countless times. But by how much? Total Gain/Save of squad is as follows;
    Total Gain/Save for Squad (Approx):
    £33,240,000
    £33 million?!?! Absolutely quality benefits from buying these players, I will update this thread with more like this as a subs bench and possibly more with the best risers hopefully being done first. Let me know what everyone thinks…

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    In this thread, I will use a Bestpay sort of idea by which I will create a team of 11 plus a number of subs which I will choose soon. The team will all be players that will jump a wage barrier in the next rating change, hence making you money by going up in value, and also saving you money by having a player in your team who is rated higher than what you are paying him for. I will be doing players above 70 ratings so that they will make you a bit of money in the short term as well.
    So, at the moment the wage barriers are like so (estimated);
    Rating: 70-74
    Wage: £3,000 per turn
    Rating: 75-79
    Wage: £7,000 per turn
    Rating: 80-84
    Wage: £11,000 per turn
    Rating: 85-89
    Wage: £21,000 per turn
    Rating: 90-94
    Wage: £45,000 per turn
    Now I will use an example with Diego Capel (if you’d have bought him before the last rating changes).
    His rating prior to the rating changes was 89, hence meaning that his wages were £21,000 per week. If you’d have bought him prior to the rating changes, he was increased to 90 and he was still on a £21,000 per week contract. You would have also bought him at a better price, saving you millions in the short term, and hundreds of thousands if not millions in the long term. This is because his wages (if you bought him prior to ratings) would be £24,000 less than if you’d have bought him after the rating changes. So, lets take a season of having Diego Capel if you’d have bought him prior to the rating changes. I reckon you could’ve picked him up at about a minimum of £12 million. By the end of the season, you would’ve paid him 38x24,000 in wages, which totals £912,000. This brings his total money paid for him to approximately £13 million. Now, on the other end of the spectrum, say you buy Diego Capel after the rating changes, a minimum of about £15 million transfer fee, and £45,000 a turn wages. You would’ve paid him 38x45,000 in wages, which totals £1,710,000. This brings his total money paid for him to almost £17 million. A saving of nearly £4 million would’ve been there for you had you bought him before he went up.
    Anyway, that’s just an example, this thread should hopefully make and save you a lot of money.
    So here we go…
    GK
    Between the sticks for our team is José Luis MARTINEZ GULLOTTA.
    This goalkeeper is a bit of a gem and especially at the age of 24. Topsy turvy season for Racing Club so far, and although Gullotta may well have lost his place in goal by the looks of things (someone may have to correct me), he is still in for a considerable rise.
    Current Rating: 78
    Current Wage: £7k
    Current SM Value: £1,240,000
    Predicted Rating: 82
    Wage Save: £5k per turn / £190k per season
    Predicted SM Value: £2,767,000
    SM Value increase: £1,527,000
    Total Gain/Save: £1,717,000
    LB
    Sticking with Argentina and Racing Club, possibly one of the biggest and best risers of the lot is Jose Schaffer. He’s fared a lot better than Gullotta though, starting 14 and subbing in once in the 15 games Racing have played so far. Rated only 74 currently, he’s in for a great rise, and will cross 2 wage boundaries!
    Current Rating: 74
    Current Wage: £3k
    Current SM Value: £331,000
    Predicted Rating: 84
    Wage Save: £9k per turn / £342k per season
    Predicted SM Value: £3,980,000
    SM Value increase: £3,649,000
    Total Gain/Save: £3,991,000
    RB
    We’ll get higher in rating here and I’ll show a player who pretty much everyone knows, but will show you how much you can gain save if you buy Christian LELL now. He is starting right back for the best team (arguably) in Germany who are playing in the Champions League and are going to be there or thereabouts in the Bundesliga come the end of the season.
    Current Rating: 89
    Current Wage: £21k
    Current SM Value: £6,784,000
    Predicted Rating: 90
    Wage Save: £24k per turn / £912k per season
    Predicted SM Value: £7,487,000
    SM Value increase: £703,000
    Total Gain/Save: £1,615,000
    CB
    Kevin PEZZONI has notched up 8 starts and 697 minutes of football for mid table Bundesliga side FC Koln. Currently rated 75, if he keeps this up, he could be looking at a +7/8 rise. Being only 19, this could make you a nice bit of money.
    Current Rating: 75
    Current Wage: £7k
    Current SM Value: £563,000
    Predicted Rating: 82
    Wage Save: £5k per turn / £190k per season
    Predicted SM Value: £3,199,000
    SM Value increase: £2,636,000
    Total Gain/Save: £2,826,000
    CB
    Nicolas N'KOULOU is just one of the youthful prospects from a Monaco team who are struggling this season in Ligue 1 – more than likely due to their youthful essence. From a team that has produced Cedric MONGONGU, Frederic NIMANI, Stephane RUFFIER, and Vincent MURATORI as young big risers, this may well be another. N’KOULOU is only 18 and already playing at the heart of the Monaco defence. Even better, he has notched up 10 starts and 884 minutes from the 14 games so far this season. Very impressive for a player his age, and also for a player rated just 78!
    Current Rating: 78
    Current Wage: £7k
    Current SM Value: £1,129,000
    Predicted Rating: 84
    Wage Save: £5k per turn / £190k per season
    Predicted SM Value: £4,448,000
    SM Value increase: £3,319,000
    Total Gain/Save: £3,509,000
    LM
    Ryan BABEL. It’s as simple as this, if Nani and Micah Richards are rated 90, Babel should be rated 90. Babel is playing the same if not more of a role than Nani for Liverpool and also coming in and out of the Dutch National team, when the competition up top is shared with Arjen Robben, Ruud Van Nistelrooy, Robin Van Persie, Dirk Kuyt, Klaas Jan Huntelaar and the list goes on. Only 1 start and 6 subs so far this season for Liverpool, but I fully expect as a Liverpool fan for him to start playing more often, especially in the Champions League, and if he’s doing so for a team who are joint-topping the table, why shouldn’t he be 90?
    Current Rating: 89
    Current Wage: £21k
    Current SM Value: £7,420,000
    Predicted Rating: 90
    Wage Save: £24k per turn / £912k per season
    Predicted SM Value: £8,189,000
    SM Value increase: £769,000
    Total Gain/Save: £1,681,000
    RM
    Franco ZUCULINI is next on the list, and takes us back to Argentina and Racing Club. He has played 14 out of 15 games so far, totalling 1192 minutes and scoring one goal. Racing Club may be mid table but ZUCULINI is still in for a massive rise. At only 18, he could make you a lot of money.
    Current Rating: 78
    Current Wage: £7k
    Current SM Value: £1,473,000
    Predicted Rating: 85
    Wage Save: £14k per turn / £532k per season
    Predicted SM Value: £5,092,000
    SM Value increase: £3,619,000
    Total Gain/Save: £4,151,000
    CM
    Zdravko KUZMANOVIC deserved 90 last time round in my opinion, but didn’t get, but will get it this time, bar some sort of disaster. Started 8, subbed in 3 so far this season. 670 minutes, 1 goal, and a constant performer for club and country, should be rated 90.
    Current Rating: 89
    Current Wage: £21k
    Current SM Value: £7,420,000
    Predicted Rating: 90
    Wage Save: £24k per turn / £912k per season
    Predicted SM Value: £8,189,000
    SM Value increase: £769,000
    Total Gain/Save: £1,681,000
    CM
    Pereira RAFAEL CARIOCA. Big Riser. I’m gonna be optimistic with this one so bear with me if I’m wrong. Has become and now is one of the most talented and needed players in the Gremio team – yes the team that are 2 points off the top of the Brazilian league. Currently rated 80, he’s in for 1 wage bounce and a huge rise.
    Current Rating: 80
    Current Wage: £12k
    Current SM Value: £2,232,000
    Predicted Rating: 87
    Wage Save: £9k per turn / £342k per season
    Predicted SM Value: £6,326,000
    SM Value increase: £4,114,000
    Total Gain/Save: £4,456,000
    FWD
    Carneiro KEIRRISON is next. Another from Brazil, another star for the future, another decent riser and will make you quite a bit of money. Once again, I’m gonna be optimistic so quote someone else if the rating prediction is wrong. Keirrison is playing for Coritiba, the newly promoted team to Serie A and who lie in 8th position. This fact alone will mean that Coritiba players will all get an increase as they’ve had such a good season so far. Keirrison however will get a further increase. Why? Take a look. 27 starts, 1 sub. 2289 minutes. 16 goals! Can you ask for much more? At just 19, and being linked to clubs such as Liverpool and Real Madrid, snap this baby up now before he gets too hot to handle.
    Current Rating: 83
    Current Wage: £12k
    Current SM Value: £3,745,000
    Predicted Rating: 87
    Wage Save: £9k per turn / £342k per season
    Predicted SM Value: £6,326,000
    SM Value increase: £2,581,000
    Total Gain/Save: £2,923,000
    FWD
    Lucas VIATRI. Started 13 and subbed on once in the 15 games so far this season for 3rd placed Boca Juniors. Rated only 75. To add to this, he’s scored 6 goals. To add to this, he’s only 21. Bargain.
    Current Rating: 75
    Current Wage: £7k
    Current SM Value: £532,000
    Predicted Rating: 85
    Wage Save: £14k per turn / £532k per season
    Predicted SM Value: £4,690,000
    SM Value increase: £4,158,000
    Total Gain/Save: £4,690,000
    So there is a full squad of 11 players that will be increasing in rating and crossing a wage boundary. This will definitely help teams out as it has helped me out before countless times. But by how much? Total Gain/Save of squad is as follows;
    Total Gain/Save for Squad (Approx):
    £33,240,000
    £33 million?!?! Absolutely quality benefits from buying these players, I will update this thread with more like this as a subs bench and possibly more with the best risers hopefully being done first. Let me know what everyone thinks…

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    TorresFTW got a reaction from Radebe20 in Gain/Save your squad £30million!   
    In this thread, I will use a Bestpay sort of idea by which I will create a team of 11 plus a number of subs which I will choose soon. The team will all be players that will jump a wage barrier in the next rating change, hence making you money by going up in value, and also saving you money by having a player in your team who is rated higher than what you are paying him for. I will be doing players above 70 ratings so that they will make you a bit of money in the short term as well.
    So, at the moment the wage barriers are like so (estimated);
    Rating: 70-74
    Wage: £3,000 per turn
    Rating: 75-79
    Wage: £7,000 per turn
    Rating: 80-84
    Wage: £11,000 per turn
    Rating: 85-89
    Wage: £21,000 per turn
    Rating: 90-94
    Wage: £45,000 per turn
    Now I will use an example with Diego Capel (if you’d have bought him before the last rating changes).
    His rating prior to the rating changes was 89, hence meaning that his wages were £21,000 per week. If you’d have bought him prior to the rating changes, he was increased to 90 and he was still on a £21,000 per week contract. You would have also bought him at a better price, saving you millions in the short term, and hundreds of thousands if not millions in the long term. This is because his wages (if you bought him prior to ratings) would be £24,000 less than if you’d have bought him after the rating changes. So, lets take a season of having Diego Capel if you’d have bought him prior to the rating changes. I reckon you could’ve picked him up at about a minimum of £12 million. By the end of the season, you would’ve paid him 38x24,000 in wages, which totals £912,000. This brings his total money paid for him to approximately £13 million. Now, on the other end of the spectrum, say you buy Diego Capel after the rating changes, a minimum of about £15 million transfer fee, and £45,000 a turn wages. You would’ve paid him 38x45,000 in wages, which totals £1,710,000. This brings his total money paid for him to almost £17 million. A saving of nearly £4 million would’ve been there for you had you bought him before he went up.
    Anyway, that’s just an example, this thread should hopefully make and save you a lot of money.
    So here we go…
    GK
    Between the sticks for our team is José Luis MARTINEZ GULLOTTA.
    This goalkeeper is a bit of a gem and especially at the age of 24. Topsy turvy season for Racing Club so far, and although Gullotta may well have lost his place in goal by the looks of things (someone may have to correct me), he is still in for a considerable rise.
    Current Rating: 78
    Current Wage: £7k
    Current SM Value: £1,240,000
    Predicted Rating: 82
    Wage Save: £5k per turn / £190k per season
    Predicted SM Value: £2,767,000
    SM Value increase: £1,527,000
    Total Gain/Save: £1,717,000
    LB
    Sticking with Argentina and Racing Club, possibly one of the biggest and best risers of the lot is Jose Schaffer. He’s fared a lot better than Gullotta though, starting 14 and subbing in once in the 15 games Racing have played so far. Rated only 74 currently, he’s in for a great rise, and will cross 2 wage boundaries!
    Current Rating: 74
    Current Wage: £3k
    Current SM Value: £331,000
    Predicted Rating: 84
    Wage Save: £9k per turn / £342k per season
    Predicted SM Value: £3,980,000
    SM Value increase: £3,649,000
    Total Gain/Save: £3,991,000
    RB
    We’ll get higher in rating here and I’ll show a player who pretty much everyone knows, but will show you how much you can gain save if you buy Christian LELL now. He is starting right back for the best team (arguably) in Germany who are playing in the Champions League and are going to be there or thereabouts in the Bundesliga come the end of the season.
    Current Rating: 89
    Current Wage: £21k
    Current SM Value: £6,784,000
    Predicted Rating: 90
    Wage Save: £24k per turn / £912k per season
    Predicted SM Value: £7,487,000
    SM Value increase: £703,000
    Total Gain/Save: £1,615,000
    CB
    Kevin PEZZONI has notched up 8 starts and 697 minutes of football for mid table Bundesliga side FC Koln. Currently rated 75, if he keeps this up, he could be looking at a +7/8 rise. Being only 19, this could make you a nice bit of money.
    Current Rating: 75
    Current Wage: £7k
    Current SM Value: £563,000
    Predicted Rating: 82
    Wage Save: £5k per turn / £190k per season
    Predicted SM Value: £3,199,000
    SM Value increase: £2,636,000
    Total Gain/Save: £2,826,000
    CB
    Nicolas N'KOULOU is just one of the youthful prospects from a Monaco team who are struggling this season in Ligue 1 – more than likely due to their youthful essence. From a team that has produced Cedric MONGONGU, Frederic NIMANI, Stephane RUFFIER, and Vincent MURATORI as young big risers, this may well be another. N’KOULOU is only 18 and already playing at the heart of the Monaco defence. Even better, he has notched up 10 starts and 884 minutes from the 14 games so far this season. Very impressive for a player his age, and also for a player rated just 78!
    Current Rating: 78
    Current Wage: £7k
    Current SM Value: £1,129,000
    Predicted Rating: 84
    Wage Save: £5k per turn / £190k per season
    Predicted SM Value: £4,448,000
    SM Value increase: £3,319,000
    Total Gain/Save: £3,509,000
    LM
    Ryan BABEL. It’s as simple as this, if Nani and Micah Richards are rated 90, Babel should be rated 90. Babel is playing the same if not more of a role than Nani for Liverpool and also coming in and out of the Dutch National team, when the competition up top is shared with Arjen Robben, Ruud Van Nistelrooy, Robin Van Persie, Dirk Kuyt, Klaas Jan Huntelaar and the list goes on. Only 1 start and 6 subs so far this season for Liverpool, but I fully expect as a Liverpool fan for him to start playing more often, especially in the Champions League, and if he’s doing so for a team who are joint-topping the table, why shouldn’t he be 90?
    Current Rating: 89
    Current Wage: £21k
    Current SM Value: £7,420,000
    Predicted Rating: 90
    Wage Save: £24k per turn / £912k per season
    Predicted SM Value: £8,189,000
    SM Value increase: £769,000
    Total Gain/Save: £1,681,000
    RM
    Franco ZUCULINI is next on the list, and takes us back to Argentina and Racing Club. He has played 14 out of 15 games so far, totalling 1192 minutes and scoring one goal. Racing Club may be mid table but ZUCULINI is still in for a massive rise. At only 18, he could make you a lot of money.
    Current Rating: 78
    Current Wage: £7k
    Current SM Value: £1,473,000
    Predicted Rating: 85
    Wage Save: £14k per turn / £532k per season
    Predicted SM Value: £5,092,000
    SM Value increase: £3,619,000
    Total Gain/Save: £4,151,000
    CM
    Zdravko KUZMANOVIC deserved 90 last time round in my opinion, but didn’t get, but will get it this time, bar some sort of disaster. Started 8, subbed in 3 so far this season. 670 minutes, 1 goal, and a constant performer for club and country, should be rated 90.
    Current Rating: 89
    Current Wage: £21k
    Current SM Value: £7,420,000
    Predicted Rating: 90
    Wage Save: £24k per turn / £912k per season
    Predicted SM Value: £8,189,000
    SM Value increase: £769,000
    Total Gain/Save: £1,681,000
    CM
    Pereira RAFAEL CARIOCA. Big Riser. I’m gonna be optimistic with this one so bear with me if I’m wrong. Has become and now is one of the most talented and needed players in the Gremio team – yes the team that are 2 points off the top of the Brazilian league. Currently rated 80, he’s in for 1 wage bounce and a huge rise.
    Current Rating: 80
    Current Wage: £12k
    Current SM Value: £2,232,000
    Predicted Rating: 87
    Wage Save: £9k per turn / £342k per season
    Predicted SM Value: £6,326,000
    SM Value increase: £4,114,000
    Total Gain/Save: £4,456,000
    FWD
    Carneiro KEIRRISON is next. Another from Brazil, another star for the future, another decent riser and will make you quite a bit of money. Once again, I’m gonna be optimistic so quote someone else if the rating prediction is wrong. Keirrison is playing for Coritiba, the newly promoted team to Serie A and who lie in 8th position. This fact alone will mean that Coritiba players will all get an increase as they’ve had such a good season so far. Keirrison however will get a further increase. Why? Take a look. 27 starts, 1 sub. 2289 minutes. 16 goals! Can you ask for much more? At just 19, and being linked to clubs such as Liverpool and Real Madrid, snap this baby up now before he gets too hot to handle.
    Current Rating: 83
    Current Wage: £12k
    Current SM Value: £3,745,000
    Predicted Rating: 87
    Wage Save: £9k per turn / £342k per season
    Predicted SM Value: £6,326,000
    SM Value increase: £2,581,000
    Total Gain/Save: £2,923,000
    FWD
    Lucas VIATRI. Started 13 and subbed on once in the 15 games so far this season for 3rd placed Boca Juniors. Rated only 75. To add to this, he’s scored 6 goals. To add to this, he’s only 21. Bargain.
    Current Rating: 75
    Current Wage: £7k
    Current SM Value: £532,000
    Predicted Rating: 85
    Wage Save: £14k per turn / £532k per season
    Predicted SM Value: £4,690,000
    SM Value increase: £4,158,000
    Total Gain/Save: £4,690,000
    So there is a full squad of 11 players that will be increasing in rating and crossing a wage boundary. This will definitely help teams out as it has helped me out before countless times. But by how much? Total Gain/Save of squad is as follows;
    Total Gain/Save for Squad (Approx):
    £33,240,000
    £33 million?!?! Absolutely quality benefits from buying these players, I will update this thread with more like this as a subs bench and possibly more with the best risers hopefully being done first. Let me know what everyone thinks…

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    Two reasons to describe why you won 6-0 against Real Madrid;
    1: Uriah
    2: Rennie
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    TorresFTW got a reaction from Ahmed in Stijn Wuytens + 10 riser!   
    Right, first things first, no claims, no copyrights, no infringements of the law. I am not claiming anything, tebthereb did "find" him and this is the thread http://forum.soccermanager.com/showthread.php?t=28529&highlight=stijn+wuytens
    So yeah, just updating you on how he is doing, and now he has developed into a massive riser - showing you the capability he has, and the stats to prove it!
    Background info:
    Name; Stijn Wuytens
    D.O.B; 08/10/89 making him 19
    Position; Defensive Midfield
    Currently playing for the biggest team in the Eredivisie - PSV Eindhoven, and is playing quite regularly despite his tender age. He is a player of outstanding quality and vision, and has fit in well to the PSV side - maybe better than he was supposed to for the PSV staff. He has played well and has kept his place this season in 7 of their 9 league games - totalling 574 minutes, as well as the 3 of the 4 champions league games PSV have been involved in - totalling 270 minutes. This is a brilliant record for a player rated 75 - in a team that is averaging 89.
    I feel that with the Dutch ratings a good 10 weeks away, and that means 15 - 20 games of football, if he continues to play - he could just scrape an 85 rating - meaning a +10 rise!! This would turn sixpence into millions and he is definitely one to look out for in the future, with national team Belgium looking for a long term replacement for Timmy Simons. He has a big future and a big rise on the cards, so snap him up while you can !!!
    Credit to tebthereb for finds and tingz!
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    TorresFTW got a reaction from Scot Dutch in Stijn Wuytens + 10 riser!   
    Right, first things first, no claims, no copyrights, no infringements of the law. I am not claiming anything, tebthereb did "find" him and this is the thread http://forum.soccermanager.com/showthread.php?t=28529&highlight=stijn+wuytens
    So yeah, just updating you on how he is doing, and now he has developed into a massive riser - showing you the capability he has, and the stats to prove it!
    Background info:
    Name; Stijn Wuytens
    D.O.B; 08/10/89 making him 19
    Position; Defensive Midfield
    Currently playing for the biggest team in the Eredivisie - PSV Eindhoven, and is playing quite regularly despite his tender age. He is a player of outstanding quality and vision, and has fit in well to the PSV side - maybe better than he was supposed to for the PSV staff. He has played well and has kept his place this season in 7 of their 9 league games - totalling 574 minutes, as well as the 3 of the 4 champions league games PSV have been involved in - totalling 270 minutes. This is a brilliant record for a player rated 75 - in a team that is averaging 89.
    I feel that with the Dutch ratings a good 10 weeks away, and that means 15 - 20 games of football, if he continues to play - he could just scrape an 85 rating - meaning a +10 rise!! This would turn sixpence into millions and he is definitely one to look out for in the future, with national team Belgium looking for a long term replacement for Timmy Simons. He has a big future and a big rise on the cards, so snap him up while you can !!!
    Credit to tebthereb for finds and tingz!
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    TorresFTW reacted to Radebe20 in Saidi NTIBAZONKIZA, Big Riser??   
    Unsure if this player has been mentioned anywhere, but there are no individual threads for him, which I think he now deserves.
    Age: 21
    Rating: 76
    Position: Fwd/Winger
    SM Value: 765,000
    First of all, he is a Burundian international, with 7 appearances and 1 goal. He moved to Holland in 2005, and began training with NEC. He worked his way through the youth team and in 2006 made his debut for the first team. Since then he has gradually become more of a regular, and this season seems to have cemented his place in the NEC first team.
    NEC are this year still in the UEFA cup, and Saidi has appeared in every game this year, with 6 starts and coming off the bench once. He has one goal to his name but is NEC's first choice striker at the moment, so will have plenty of oppurtunities throughout the year to get a whole lot more.
    The NEC team are rated 84-86, but are an improving team so this should be set to slightly increase. The Dutch ratings have just been reviewed, so under the assumption that Saidi keeps his form, a raise to 81-84 is a distinct possibility.
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    TorresFTW got a reaction from snowy4Liverpool in Striker rated 90+ who might rise to 92/93 in coming weeks?   
    Re: Striker rated 90+ who might rise to 92/93 in coming weeks?
    Kuyt in my opinion from watching near on every Liverpool game since he has played for the club is unbelievable, one of my favourite players, and possibly the unluckiest player in the world.
    I'm not gonna rabble on about how hard he works because some United fans who don't appreciate any sort of performance but goals (most likely due to the greedy and more lucky Cristiano Ronaldo - Yes he is quality but the amount of goals he scored that were deflected/keeper errors etc) will go mental. Firstly, I'll just say to United fans, who was the pivotal man in the 2-1 win for Liverpool over United recently? Oh, thats right - Dirk Kuyt, he was brilliant playing up top with Robbie Keane and is one of the main reasons why we won the game, setting up for Babel AFTER HARD WORK by him and Mascherano to win the game and generally being a nuisance around the box, causing United defenders more to think about and a lot of trouble.
    He is more than just hard work, he chases the ball causing mistakes and more often than not - those mistakes fall to Fernando Torres or Steven Gerrard - not Dirk Kuyt. He hassles defenders into giving the ball away sparking a move for Liverpool which do end up in goals lots of times and no one can disagree with me because I've watched every game.
    He creates space for Torres and Gerrard to pull of the sort of thing Gerrard pulled off in Marseille, and the space Torres got for his second against Everton on Saturday - he dragged the defenders towards him allowing room for Torres who finished and took the plaudits.
    Just because he doesn't score many goals doesn't mean he isn't a fantastic player and one that you need in every single team - Man UNited have their very own in Wayne Rooney - Playing out of position, Playing on the wing, creating space for others such as Berbatov, Tevez, Ronaldo, Working hard and harrying defenders into mistakes. There's only a couple difference in their games, and that is that Rooney scores some, not a lot, but some, and his link up play is a bit better but that may well be cause he is surrounded by superstars and is able to do so easily. There is no way a 5 rating difference between Kuyt and Rooney. In my opinion, Rooney should stay at 96 cause he is a fantastic player, just wasted to fuel the goals and ego of Cristiano Ronaldo.
    So yeah, say what you like but the above are facts, I've watched enough football to appreciate a quality player - no matter what part they play. Dirk Kuyt is a 92 and Liverpool won't have any success this season without him so lets hope he carries on playing and gets a bit luckier.
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    TorresFTW got a reaction from fadedwolfz in Striker rated 90+ who might rise to 92/93 in coming weeks?   
    Re: Striker rated 90+ who might rise to 92/93 in coming weeks?
    Kuyt in my opinion from watching near on every Liverpool game since he has played for the club is unbelievable, one of my favourite players, and possibly the unluckiest player in the world.
    I'm not gonna rabble on about how hard he works because some United fans who don't appreciate any sort of performance but goals (most likely due to the greedy and more lucky Cristiano Ronaldo - Yes he is quality but the amount of goals he scored that were deflected/keeper errors etc) will go mental. Firstly, I'll just say to United fans, who was the pivotal man in the 2-1 win for Liverpool over United recently? Oh, thats right - Dirk Kuyt, he was brilliant playing up top with Robbie Keane and is one of the main reasons why we won the game, setting up for Babel AFTER HARD WORK by him and Mascherano to win the game and generally being a nuisance around the box, causing United defenders more to think about and a lot of trouble.
    He is more than just hard work, he chases the ball causing mistakes and more often than not - those mistakes fall to Fernando Torres or Steven Gerrard - not Dirk Kuyt. He hassles defenders into giving the ball away sparking a move for Liverpool which do end up in goals lots of times and no one can disagree with me because I've watched every game.
    He creates space for Torres and Gerrard to pull of the sort of thing Gerrard pulled off in Marseille, and the space Torres got for his second against Everton on Saturday - he dragged the defenders towards him allowing room for Torres who finished and took the plaudits.
    Just because he doesn't score many goals doesn't mean he isn't a fantastic player and one that you need in every single team - Man UNited have their very own in Wayne Rooney - Playing out of position, Playing on the wing, creating space for others such as Berbatov, Tevez, Ronaldo, Working hard and harrying defenders into mistakes. There's only a couple difference in their games, and that is that Rooney scores some, not a lot, but some, and his link up play is a bit better but that may well be cause he is surrounded by superstars and is able to do so easily. There is no way a 5 rating difference between Kuyt and Rooney. In my opinion, Rooney should stay at 96 cause he is a fantastic player, just wasted to fuel the goals and ego of Cristiano Ronaldo.
    So yeah, say what you like but the above are facts, I've watched enough football to appreciate a quality player - no matter what part they play. Dirk Kuyt is a 92 and Liverpool won't have any success this season without him so lets hope he carries on playing and gets a bit luckier.
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    TorresFTW got a reaction from Neller in Wenger Vs Fergie   
    Re: How can Liverpool overtake Man Utd
    At the end of the day, yes Liverpool have spent and in some people's opinions wasted a lot of money (the likes of Bellamy - who incidentally scored the header at the Nou Camp which put us through on our way to the CL Final) but the big difference in power and finance is that United and Chelsea can flaunt their money about on nothing, e.g 15million on an unknown Cristiano Ronaldo who back then could have turned out to be not as good as he is now. They also forked out nearly 20million on Nani, who to be honest is struggling to get a look in at United and his price tag is nowhere near worth what role he is playing at United. Thats the main difference, United can spend 20 million to stick someone on the bench for a few seasons and hope they come good, so can Chelsea - Franco Di Santo, John Obi Mikel, Andriy Shevchenko, Hernan Crespo, the list is endless. Also Didier Drogba and Michael Essien, paid nearly 50 million between them and for their first few seasons, they were nothing special. Liverpool spend the big money on 3 players - Keane, Torres, Mascherano - of which the latter two were absolutely stunning last season and well worth their money. If Liverpool were able to do that more, then maybe we would be competing with United and Chelsea, and to be honest - this season i think we will challenge, I think Arsenal will begin to struggle and we've shown that we're capable of beating the big teams, with or without Torres and Gerrard. So dont write us off just yet, give it another season and we'll definitely be up there, but, and its a big but, if we get a bit of luck, some results to go our way and we stay injury free, we might be up there in May
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    TorresFTW got a reaction from hades17 in French players likely to rise!   
    Re: French players likely to rise!
    FRENCH LIGUE 1
    5 games in to the French Ligue 1 season, and the 5 game forum rating prediction rule is upon us, so here we go!
    I'll split it up into two sections, players to keep and players to get rid of, and predict the ratings in order of league position, e.g starting with Lyon and ending with Nantes.
    Two things for readers to remember before reading this post - French ratings weren't completed at the end of last season and for this reason I will be taking into account stats and performances from last season to get each players' rating. Also, each future rating prediction for the end of the season will be based on the certain player carry on playing at around the same rate he is doing so at the moment.
    PLAYERS TO SNAP UP!
    1st Place - Lyon
    Hugo LLORIS - May not rise this time round but is sure to by the end of the season, and by the next French ratings if he carries on playing. Awesome keeper, truly awesome and will be Lyon keeper for years to come.
    This rating prediction: 90 - 90
    End of season prediction: 90 - 91
    John MENSAH - Outstanding last season for club and country which led to him being snapped up by Lyon, only made his first appearance for Lyon yesterday in the 3-2 win at Nice, however will almost definitely play the vast majority of games for Lyon and if so, could be hitting 90's by next rating change.
    This rating prediction: 88 - 89
    End of season prediction: 88 - 90
    Jean MAKOUN - Once again, outstanding last season which led him to be bought by Lyon, and he has been ever present for Lyon so far this season, scoring 2 goals. Fantastic form for club and a regular for national Cameroon means he should hit 91.
    This rating prediction: 90 - 91
    End of season prediction: 90 - 91/92
    Honorato EDERSON - The attacking midfielder has been employed mostly as a winger during his time so far at Lyon, which is not his best position, so if he gets a chance to attack defences down the middle like he did so well last season, expect him to be getting on the verge of the Brazil squad sooner rather than later.
    This rating prediction: 89 - 89
    End of season prediction: 89 - 90/91
    Miralem PJANIC - Brilliant debut season and was snapped up by Lyon for that. Played his fair amount of time so far this season and has also made 2 international appearances for Bosnia, in an impressive display in the 1-0 defeat to Spain and the 7-0 victory over Estonia. Quality player, one to definitely look out for in the future.
    This rating prediction: 85 - 87
    End of season prediction: 85 - 89
    Karim BENZEMA - 5 in 5 for the Lyon and French man. Three words. Absolute world class. Will SM be able to hold him at 93 if his performances continue, we'll have to wait and see, in my opinion they won't soon.
    This rating prediction: 93 - 93
    End of season prediction: 93 - 94
    Anthony MOUNIER - First start this season for Lyon, totalling 116 minutes overall which is a decent spell of football for a class side. Won't rise too much, but is one to look out for if he gets a decent run in the team.
    This rating prediction: 71 - 76
    End of season prediction: 71 - 81
    There's Lyon done, they are the ones with the most potential players, I will do another like this on Marseille soon and possibly Monaco, but the others I will post in a separate post as i don't have time to do write ups on every team. Enjoy!
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