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  1. Re: Phil Jagielka Player's player of the season, fan's player of the season, Barclay's player of the month for February 2009, scored a penalty at Wembley to send Everton into an FA cup final, and now 3 England caps under his belt. And he will never go up to 91? Wow...
  2. Re: Dan Gosling Just scored the winner against Liverpool in the FA Cup. Get him now.
  3. Anyone know of an 89 striker that should go up? Thanks.
  4. Re: Dan Gosling Gosling started for Everton a few days ago in the attacking midfield role against Middlesbrough and nearly scored on two occasions, firing once over the bar from an akward height and being denied again by a terrific save. He made his second appearance for the club today against Sunderland, coming on as a substitute late in the game and scoring from a Joleon Lescott cross. He's a 18 year old rated 80 at the moment. Buy him if you can, he looks to be an England international in the making.
  5. Re: Rate My Team Thread
  6. Re: Rate My Team Thread Here's my Everton squad. At the moment Lulinha and Nuno Valente are loaned out.
  7. Re: Lone Striker Roman Pavlyuchenko (91) has scored 10 goals in 13 appearances for my Everton squad being on top of the 4-4-1-1 formation. A cheaper option is Radamel Falcao (89) who has scored 10 goals in 14 appearances for my friend at São Paulo. He plays him in attack in a 4-4-2 formation, though.
  8. Re: Phil Jagielka I don't think he is unheard of, I just think he will rise quite a lot because he's a good player. I'm sorry.
  9. Re: Phil Jagielka In fact I do. What team do you support?
  10. Re: Phil Jagielka I don't understand what I've done?
  11. Phil Jagielka Phil Jagielka is an English international who plays for Everton in the English Premier League. He is known for his versatility, being able to play as a midfielder, defender, and in emergencies has acted as goalkeeper. A former Sheffield United player, he was their Player of the Year for three years running, ('05-'07) and he has also been named the inaugural Championship Player of the Year for the 2005-06 season. Prior to his transfer to Everton, he was usually employed as a midfielder, however after the transfer, he has played at center back. His first season at Everton saw him on the bench for the first few months. However, he broke into the first team after very many flawless performances. He recently made his England debut against Trinidad & Tabago in a 3-0 victory. In his career he has been linked with moves to Leeds United, West Ham, Wigan Athletic, Bolton Wanderers, and of course Everton. The 25 year old who has been hailed as a 'defender in the John Terry mold' is currently an 88 in rating, and would cost you approximately £7.5m. He should rise to a 90/91 next season. A stable defender.
  12. Re: Lulinha - 18 Year Old Potential Brazilian Star Ah. I didn't realize. My apologies.
  13. Marcelo Lulinha Luiz Marcelo Morais dos Reis (born April 10, 1990), known as Lulinha, is a Brazilian footballer currently on the books of Sport Club Corinthians Paulista. He has been targeted by Chelsea, and has helped the Brazilian national team to win the 2007 U-17 South-American Championship, scoring 12 goals in 7 matches. He's currently 18 years old, 82 in rating, and would cost about £3.5m on SoccerManager, whereas in real life, Corinthians have stated that to buy the player, the interested club would have to pay 35 million Euro (£24million), and the player has 25 per cent of his rights. Take a look at this video if you are not yet convinced of his skills. He is a must buy:
  14. Brad Guzan Brad Guzan Brad Guzan is an American goalkeeper currently playing for Chivas USA. He's 23 years of age, an 84 rating, and he has been linked with moves to Premier League side Liverpool, Aston Villa, Arsenal, Greek side Olympiacos, as well as French side AJ Auxerre. Last season he won the MLS Goalkeeper of the Season Award, ( ) an award that has been presented to many top goalkeepers in the game today, such as the Blackburn Rovers keeper, Brad Friedel and Everton keeper, Tim Howard. He's made 8 appearances for the US national team thus far, being the second choice to Tim Howard.He's looking likely to go to Aston Villa at the moment. I recommend buying him as appearances with the US national team and potentially with Aston Villa should boost his 84 rating.
  15. Re: Rate My Team Thread Here's my Everton squad, players in bold are my starting lineup and players in italic are on loan: GK: Tim Howard (90) - 29 years old GK: Brad Guzan (84) - 23 years old GK: Stefan Wessels (85) - 29 years old LB: Leighton Baines (87) - 27 years old LB: Nuno Valente (87) - 33 years old CB/DM: Phil Jagielka (88) - 25 years old CB/LB: Joleon Lescott (90) - 25 years old CB/RB: Joseph Yobo (89) - 27 years old LM/RM: Steven Pienaar (89) - 26 years old RM/LM: Mikel Arteta (92) - 26 years old DM/RM: Phil Neville (89) - 31 years old CM/DM: Amdy Faye (84) - 31 years old CM/DM: Manuel Fernandes (88) - 22 years old AM: Erkin Caner (84) - 19 years old AM/RM: Leon Osman (89) - 27 years old AM/CM: Tim Cahill (91) - 28 years old F: Andy Johnson (89) - 27 years old CF: Victor Anichebe (87) - 20 years old CF: Aiyegbeni Yakubu (91) - 25 years old CF: James Vaughan (85) - 19 years old CF: Roman Pavlyuchenko (91) - 26 years old Youth squad: GK: Preston Edwards (68) - 18 years old LB/LM: Silva Santos Helder (80) - 19 years old CB: Jack Rodwell (72) - 17 years old RM: Amaury Bischoff (78) - 19 years old AM: Domagoj Antolic (74) - 18 years old F/W: Stephen Connor (68) - 19 years old F: José María Callejón (72) - 21 years old
  16. He should be at least an 89. I believe his correct rating is a 90. Did you see him play at Everton last season? He very, very rarely made mistakes and was a starting player for an Everton side that didn't lose a game for 3 1/2 months (December 29th, 2007 - March 16, 2008) and during that period, conceded 2 goals. He recently made his England debut against Trinidad & Tabago, received interest from Manchester United before his switch to Everton, and has been described as a center back in the 'John Terry mould'.
  17. Re: Robin Van Persie This occurred to me when looking at the rating for Mikel Arteta. He's a 92, and rightfully so, but I find Van Persie to be a better player. And I'm an Evertonian in the first place so don't call me biased.
  18. Robin Van Persie He deserves to be a 93 instead of a 91, I think.
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