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    harry69memic got a reaction from Ahmed in Bad joke competition!!!   
    Two cookies cross the road
    ONe gets hit by a car
    What does the other cookie say
    "Oh Crumbs"
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    harry69memic got a reaction from Knox in Competition to win chance to control my Juve WC170, Chelsea WC1, AC MILAN WC164   
    Hey guys
    since im not on SM as often as i'd like and ive done so much with these teams i thought its time to give em away with my account and you can do whatever.
    The teams im going to give to the wiiner of this mini comp. are Juventus wc170 (best team ever on sm by top rated player guaranteed) ill give it away free if you find better
    Chelsea wc1 also great team won like the first div 3-4 times (3 in row) also great players and most wc1 forumers now it.
    And also Ac Milan very big big team like 150+ player and heaps are quality also big honours won with them.
    here is the link to my profile to check out the teams http://www.soccermanager.com/profile.php?cid=46642
    also the link to the site is http://www.rewards1.com/index.php?referrer_id=36360
    Now about the little competition im hosting for SM forumers.
    Im in a contest in another site where i have to refer as many ppl as i can and get them to do at least one free offer. So now im making a comp so i can also get referals lol. Forumers who clink on the link below and sign up to the site and do one offer and then get their friends to do the same. So e.g Tom signs up and does one offer he then tells his friends (don't have to be forumers or whatever and gets them to sign up to the same link he would post his name and id e.g 54443 which the site tells him and also the firends names and i.ds so i kno who he gots to sign up and do the offers. the winner is who gets most firends to help me and and sign up and do at least one offer which gets them at least 0.00001 points on the site gets to control all 3 of my teams.
    The competition im holding starts of now until 31st of March 2008 where in the next day i will confirm the winner and pm you to arange for me to give you dteails for the account then you yourself can do whatever with it.
    Ok about the site where i need to refer ppl, here is a quick Q and A i made up to help everyone out.
    Q. Ok, so what is Rewards1?
    A. Rewards1 is a website that encourages you to fill out sponsored surveys for free prizes from the website.
    Q. What are the prizes?
    A. Prizes can be anything from Xbox 360 controllers to World of Warcraft prepaid time cards to cell phones and ipods and can be seen here.
    Q. What if I don't see a prize that I want?
    A. First, go to amazon.com and browse any of their products. If you find something you like or you would want then go to the main page and enter Rewards1 Support Ticket and the awesome guys at Rewards1 will get back to you in a day or so with the amount of points need for you to claim that prize. Generally $1=1 point.
    Q. How do I get points?
    A. There are two ways to get points. First there are "Offers" you can complete that gives you a certain amount of points per offer depending on the offer. There are 4 different types of offers.
    Free - These are the easiest and usually the quickest to do. The only downside is they are typically the lowest paying.
    CC-Free, requires credit card - usually pay more but you must be careful to read the terms of the offer as they may charge after the trial period if not cancelled in time.
    CC-Pay, requires credit card - are the highest paying offers, but require you to make a purchase.
    Cellphone - these offers require a cellphone, and may or may not be free.
    Another Tip: "Do the offers from the front first. Don't worry if the ones in front are all about lipstick and mascara and the offers in the back are Ferrari's and XBox's, you want to get as many points as quickly as possible - don't be fooled by "cool" looking or high paying offers."
    Q. What is the second way?
    A. Referrals. Get your friends to sign up for Rewards1 with your unique link and you can get 20% of whatever they make. Also, Rewards1 often has "referral contests" where the user who gets the top 10 most referrals during a certain time period can win a nice amount of points. The only catch is that the person who is referred has to complete at least 1 offer.
    Now the link i need you to click up to sign with is
    http://www.rewards1.com/index.php?referrer_id=36360
    remember to tell your friends to use this link when signing up or you wont get the points
    Also you cannot do sign up more than once with different accounts this is cheating and i will ban you out of the contest straight away if you do this because its unfair to others and wen you sign up it tells me straight away when someone has signed up with the same i.p address so you cannot get your brothers or sisters to help you win this comp.
    The sign up to the site all you need is a valid email address which you need to confirm and also the acutally country you live in. Offers only available to people in Australia, U.K, United States and Canada sorry everyone else and thats it
    Pm if there are any problems.
    ANd good luck
    also add me on msn if you have queiries on bosnian_pride01@hotmail.com
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    harry69memic got a reaction from Havoc in Felipe Caicedo   
    Re: Felipe Caicedo
    Felipe Caicedo is an Ecuadorian football striker. He was born on September 5, 1988. He currently plays for FC Basel of the Super League in Switzerland.
    He has played 30 games and getting 7 goals in the proccess this young striker has made himself a regular at Basel.
    Caicedo has represented the Ecuador national football team at under-20 and at full international level. In 2007 he was selected to play for Ecuador in the 2007 South American Youth Championship. Moreover, Caicedo was chosen to play for Ecuador's senior national football team by coach Luis Fernando Suárez for two international friendlies against the United States, in which he scored one goal, and Mexico on March 25 and 28, 2007, respectively. He was then picked for the Ecuador squad to compete in the 2007 Copa America and given the number 10 shirt. So far 14 appearances and 2 goals and was in the Equadorian World Cup squad at aged 17.
    According to Ecuadorian supporters Felipe Caicedo can become the Next Best Thing, he is rated 85 on Sm and 19 years of age, he can be found as a free agent in some setups. Even though he plays in a lower leageu he is due for a increase playing reguarly for Equador national squad must account for something.
    He could be a decent pick, with Everton rumoured to be lining up a 2 million pound bid for his services however they now face stiff competition. Juventus, Milan, Udinese, Fiorentina and Palermo are all reported to have developed a keen interest in the 19-year-old Ecuadorian striker, who also counts Spanish sides Valencia, Sevilla and Atletico amongst his growing list of admirers.
    Although he is yet to truly take the Swiss league by storm, club scouts were won over by his performances for Ecuador during last summer’s Copa America, where he delivered some highly promising performances with the number 10 shirt on his back.
    In my books if you have money he is worth getting for the long run.
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    harry69memic got a reaction from Havoc in Cypriot Teams   
    Re: Cypriot Teams
    Instead of posting 4 times and posting in the wrong section to begin with
    You can buy gold membership and make a gold setup with your teams in it
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    harry69memic got a reaction from Danny_Williams in Henri Lansbury   
    Re: Henri Lansbury
    Great scout there mate, rep point from me.
    Also its about time a England Born Arsenal youngster with high potential has made his way through the club
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    harry69memic reacted to Danny_Williams in Henri Lansbury   
    Football fantasy films are in vogue at the moment.
    First there was ‘There is Only One Jimmy Grimble’ followed by ‘Bend it Like Beckham’, then ‘Goal!’, ‘Goal 2!’ And, inevitably, ‘Goal 3!’.
    The name Lansbury is normally associated with a completely different genre but the last few months of the footballing life of young Henri could have been written by a Hollywood scriptwriter.
    Picture the scene: A 15 yearold boy turns up for training expecting a session with the youth team. Suddenly a first-team player is injured. The 15-year-old is then the name on the first-team manager’s lips. He is called for and rushed in to play alongside Cesc Fabregas in central midfield and facing him in the opposing team is a Brazilian World Cup winner and a French World Cup winner in attack.
    The youngster fits in well and at the final whistle his team is victorious. Fortunately for Henri Lansbury that was no fantasy, but areality. What’s more the youngster has already made the sequel several times over. He is now looking to play his role in a real blockbuster.
    “I’ve trained with the first team quite a few times now," said Lansbury. "The first time was a real shock, but I enjoyed it so much. Pat Rice told me to just play my own game and I would be OK and Kolo Toure said a few words to make me feel at ease.
    "All the players made me feel welcome and once the training match got underway, I felt really comfortable,” recalls Henri. “I enjoyed the fact that the other players knew where I was going to pass the ball. They are already playing the game that we in the youth team are aspiring to and so to be honest, it was a lot easier for me.
    "Playing with so many world-class players was an honour and it gave me a big confidence boost and I want that experience more and more.”
    Just like in the movies there are dramatic highs and lows. At the start of the season he was awarded the Player of the Tournament for the prestigious Amsterdam youth tournament.
    “That was another boost to my confidence but it was a bitter sweet experience because we lost in the Final,” he recalls.
    Unfortunately for the young Gunner, he experienced one of the lows last week.
    “I was carried off in the FA Youth Cup game against Bristol City. I got caught in a tackle and suffered ankle ligament damage. I’ll be out for about three weeks and so that could be worse, but it’s come at a bad time. We are all so fired up for the FA Youth Cup and I really wanted to be involved.
    "I was also hoping to get into the Carling Cup squad for the Final later this month. I made it for the Liverpool match and, to be honest, I even had hopes of getting on the pitch against Tottenham Hotspur. That will be my main target for next year,” declares Henri, who turned 16 in October.
    Henri started playing football when he was five years of age and was always ahead of his years.
    “I used to watch my dad play for Cockfosters and so was eager to get into a team of my own. I started by playing for the Under-7s of my local team, Potters Bar. I started in central midfield and that’s been my position ever since. I think being involved in a team from so young helps drive your ambition to improve and play at higher and higher levels.
    "I trained with Norwich City for a while before Roy Massey asked me to join Arsenal. I’ve been playing fairly regularly with the under-18s since I was 14 years of age,” he continues, “and I am now training a lot more with Steve Bould and the other Academy coaches. I believe that has helped me come on a lot. I feel stronger and fitter. Also, I feel that I am becoming a more all-round midfield player. That’s the way it has to be in today’s game. Players like Roy Keane, Patrick Vieira and Steven Gerrard have set the standards that we have to reach, and that’s certainly the sort of player that I aim to become."
    The story continues...
    from http://www.arsenal.com/article.asp?thisNav=News&article=448181&lid=Homepage+-+Reserves+News&Title=Young+Guns+profile+-+Henri+Lansbury
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    harry69memic reacted to tebthereb in Guaranteed Risers/Money Spinners   
    Re: Guaranteed Risers/Money Spinners
    Quick summary (in a desperate bid to gain plaudits and rep ), if anybody bought all of these they should be fairly pleased, only one player whose increase was less than anticipated (I think) but generally I underestimated SM's generousity!
    Felipe , Menezes - 80 > 83
    Breno, Vinicius Borges - 80 > 86
    Caio, Cesar - 80 > 85
    Felipe Santana, Augusto 82 > 85
    Zelao, Luis Ricardo - 82 > 86
    Guilherme, Milhomem Gusmão - 82 > 84
    Vilson, Xavier - 72 > 82
    Marcelo Moreno, Martins - 70 > 82 (£10,000 > £3,100,000 = 31000% increase in value!)
    Hernanes, Anderson - 83 > 87
    Charles, Fernando - 82 > 85
    Emerson, Pereira - 82 > 85
    Fernandinho, Alves Santa Clara - 82 > 85
    Jonathan, Cicero - 82 > 85
    Ramires, Santos - 82 > 86
    Adriano, Bispo dos Santos - 81 > 85
    Makelele, Leandro - 80 >85
    Marcelo, Antonio - 81 > 85
    Adilson, Warken - 74 > 80
    Itaqui, Odacir - 74 > 79
    Roger, Roberto - 72 > 78 ( should be more I think)
    Sidnei, Rechel - 81 > 83
    Fornaroli - 70 > 80
    Scorza - 70 > 76
    Arce, Bastian - 70 > 77
    Perez, Ronny - 76 > 79
    Wirth, Rainer - 78 > 82
    Manco, Reimond - 73 > 76
    Guerrero, Jose - 78 > 83
    Esqueda, Enrique - 72 > 80
    Araujo, Patricio - 87 > 87
    Cerda, Emmanuel - 84 > 85
    Hernandez, Jorge - 79 > 83
    Rodriguez, Carlos - 85 > 87
    Garcia, Luis Francisco - 73 > 78
    Lomeli, Emerson - 72 > 75
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    harry69memic reacted to Herbythelovebug in English Championship 1   
    Re: English Championship 1
    Great to see some team news from Perry and the Delfster!
    I must say, for me personally, Manager of the Year (season) so far would have to be a close contest between Dave Leigh and Perry in Season 5 of EC1.
    Dave's Bolton, as always, has been very consistant and managed to get some great wins and performences out of his squad to be right up there in Div 1 with 14 games to go. Fantastic effort to be ahead of he likes of Liverpool, Newcastle, Arsenal, etc
    Perry's Southend Utd has really surprised me, but probably most other managers in Div 2 by not only being competitive, something I predicted before the season even started, but in fact a real force to be reckoned with. Despite Perry playing down his chance of Div 1 football next season, the possibility is VERY real and I personally would love to see him knock off 1 of the top 3 (Boro, Millwall and/or Brum ). Nothing personal Tom, but all of the above mentioned teams have gun squads, especially compared to Perry's.
    Having wished you luck Perry, I agree .... the time for Southend to mix it at the top is probably still a bit premature (just as Sheffield Utd's is)
    Last but not least, it's great to see Harry take over Aston Villa.
    A team filled with some real SUPER stars that had been sadly neglected and was/is sitting at the bottom of Div 2. I'm backing Mr. Memic to rescue Villa from relegtion and mount a massive challenge for promotion next term.
    Herby had this to say when questioned about the appoinment of Harry Memic to the AV top job and apparent revival of the club 'Well, I'm just glad that we've played Villa twice this season already and collected 6 points from those fixtures. The teams was performing well below expectations and I'm expecting a massive turn around under the new manager. He's signed some talented youngsters which shows he's in for the long haul and looking to build on the strong squad he already has at his disposal".
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    harry69memic reacted to Dave Leigh in English Championship 1   
    Re: English Championship 1
    Dave Leigh's view from the touchline.
    This is the first of an irregular appraisal of EC1.
    Very flattering comments from Mr Mohr.
    I am suprised that his Sheffield United has slipped out of the running for promotion as he signed some very good players.
    Hopefully he may make a spurt as the final hurdle to get in the top three but it is a very big ask.
    I feel next season with a couple of good signings he will be there or thereabouts.
    He recently tried to take Lucas Neill on loan, myself and the player were happy with the offer but for some reason, our chairman in his ultimate wisdom decided not to let the deal go through.
    It annoyed me as barring an injury or suspension to Christian Zaccardo, Lucas Neill will probably not feature.
    he has only made one start and two sub apperances for us all season and first team football playing for 'The Blades' would have done him good.
    Lucas Neill, said to me in training that he would have loved the oppurtunity to play under Mr Mohr.
    I see Mr Memic has taken over at Aston Villa after only two days being in charge at Blackpool. I have to say that that decision suprised me.
    Blackpool made consecutive promotions under John Gledhill and established themselves as a formidable top division outfit.
    There is world class throughout the squad and from what Mr Memic said they had a decent enough bank balance, not enough to buy another top player but at least theywould have ben in the black still come the new injection of cash at the end of the season.
    Villa have a great squad and despite the fact that they had large sums of cash to bring in players, (Mr Memic has already spent some of that).
    I think it is to late for Villa this season and I think they will be languishing in Dvision 3 next year.
    I hope I am wrong but I don't think I will be.
    This is why I think the decision to leave Blackpool was a strange one, as if all goes as Mr Memic plans, Villa will take at least two seasons to get back to the top division, which is where Blackpool already are!
    Now on to everyone's favourite little rascal, Ryan Delf.
    After his heroics last season, his Southampton team has been as impressive as a wet **** in season 6.
    Mr Delf made big noises about wanting to sell Julian Escude and when he recieved an offer which was a hefty war-chest, he turns it down?
    Don't get me wrong, I made a great signing from him in taking Antonio Marcus-Senna to The Reebok, who has taken over club duties after Kevin Nolan's loss of form.
    A short while ago I thought Southampton were flirting dangerously with the dreaded bottom 3, but he has turned it around recently and has moved up the table.
    The 3 Top Division new boys, Crystal Palace, Plymouth Argyle and Bristol City are finding life very diffucult.
    For the first time in EC1 history we may see the 3 that came up go straight back down.
    Looking down the lower divisions Sunderland and Wigan Athletic who were Division 1 teams at the beginning are seeming to start to make a fist of it and before long may just get back to where they were.
    Bradford City under Gabrile Imperiantino are doing very well in Division 4 as the previous manager Hannegrave BenHen dragged them into the gutter.
    Manchester City are starting to rise from the ashes and steadying the ship after free-falling down through the divisions.
    Colin Barker is doing ok in what has to be a very diffucult job.
    Some decent signings and they will be going for promotion next season.
    I was asked recently if the champagne is on ice ready for a possible triumph at the end of the season.
    The bottle of champagne has not even been bought from the shop yet!
    Hernan Crespo is leading from the front and currnetly leading the Division 1 scoring chart with 16 goals in 21 apperances, he is also on course to finish as Division 1's Player of the Season.
    I bought him from Chelsea for 6.4m when I first took over at Bolton and the season after he won Division 1's Golden Boot award by scoring 20 goals.
    Definately the best signing I have made to date.
    Juan Pablo Sorin has been a rock for us and really has been another excellent signing.
    No offence to Ze Roberto but I would take players from Argentina over Brazilians any day!
    Another Argentina player Gabriel Paletta who is on loan at Manchester City and Andrés Imperiale who is improving all the time, will be two world class players in the future.
    This brings me onto the subject of youth players.
    This season clubs seem to be siging youth players just because they have just laced their boots up!
    The idea seems to be to sign a dozen unknowns in the hope that one of them will rise to the level required.
    In the meantime these clubs are wasting money in these players wages.
    All the youth players that I have had sign for me at Bolton have been exstensively researched before we have offered them a contract.
    I am not saying that every youth player we have signed will make it, but there is a better chance that they will.
    For example, I signed Juan Mata from real Madrid after exstensive research on the player.
    We paid the sum of 2.1m for him and he now commands a transfer value of over 7m and he is only 19!
    Jonny Evans and Theo Walcott are two of our youth players that are definately headed for the big time!
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    harry69memic got a reaction from GeorgeECFC in English Championship 1   
    Re: English Championship 1
    Aston Villa stays at 20th after a loss
    Memic took charge of his first game with Villa, however even though his team owned the match and controlled everything they still did not win. Memic knows that the team has really fallen behind, and the lack of enthusiam will hurt, but that will all change.
    Memic stated at the club website, that the first teamers were too cocky, and will be bringing in players to make them fight for their place in the team.
    Memic has snatched up 3 promising Youngsters who really have a bright future.
    The first of Memic's signings was Julian Jenner whom impressed the Villa coach in his short stay at Blackpool. Memic made it obvious he wanted the young Dutch International winger who has proven to be a force to be reckon with. Snatching this player right underneath Blackpool's eyes for a mere 5.1 million pounds.
    Julian Jenner playing for his national team
    The next Youngster to be snatched up by Mr Memic was Irresistable brazillian attacking Mid Renato Agusto for 8.2 million pound. This kid's is really set to make an impact in English champ 1, with him looking to gain a spot on the first team. The dazzle and speed of this kid make him lethal with his passing and shooting accuracy.
    Renato celebrating after netting a stunner
    And last but not least Memic signed a future great in Ben Arfa, the lad who has a great future and has capped with the national team, his performances have been outstanding and Memic is please by getting him for such a bargain of 5.7million pounds.

    Memic's new rectruits have optimism running through the club, who hope to survive relegation, where Memic believes they will just scrap through and remain in division 2.
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    harry69memic reacted to Baseball Furie in Forumer of the Month!   
    Re: Forumer of the month - new , improved and this time it will last !
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    harry69memic got a reaction from Baseball Furie in World Championship 2 MKII   
    Re: World Championship 2 MKII
    Dortmund come with three points after a comfortable away win to Atletico Mardid of 3-1.
    However the win came at a cost with Metersacker being injured for 8 weeks and Cannavaro set to miss 3 matches after being suspended. While Snjieder's return from suspension gave Memic a life after he really put up a show and got MOM. While At. Madrid kept Luca Toni and Kanoute quiet, Memic needs the midfield to produce something and they did just that.
    Now Dortmund are to face Kiev and looking for their 8th straight league win.
    They are currently 3rd so went from Relegation battlers to a team with a chance of Winning the title.
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    harry69memic reacted to svejk in Players from the Balkans   
    Re: INFO on EX-Yugoslavia players
    This is INFO on Serbia players not ****** ExYu
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    harry69memic got a reaction from Shelbourne FC in Christantus Macauley   
    Christantus Macauley is young strong and agile. He won the African U-17 championship with Nigeria and also emerged the Golden Shoe winner in that championship with 4 goals. This feat was repeated at the world stage. After winning the U-17 world cup with current world champions Nigeria and also having individual achievments as the official FIFA Golden shoe Award Winner with 7 goals and the FIFA Silver Ball Award winner as the second Most Valuable Player of the Championship, teenage sensation, Christantus Macualey has set European top clubs on a collision course for his signature. Spanish giants, Real Madrid have joined the scramble for Golden Eaglets’ striker Macauley Chrisantus.
    Real are ready to break the bank for the player. They have tabled a massive offer for him. The problem is that they are one of several other top clubs in the race for Chrisantus.
    Also on the queue are French side, Olympique Marseilles, Liverpool FC of England and Dutch outfit, Vitesse Arnhem which have also been in touch with the player’s handlers. Soccer agent, Pini Zahavi, who masterminded Nigerian striker Yakubu Aiyegbeni’s rise to stardom in the English Premiership, also wants to handle the player of the moment, Christantus Macauley, whose mother hails from Taraba State in Nigeria. Christantus, plays for Nigerian youth clubside Abuja FC, but is currently out of contract with the Nigerian club, which means he can move from the Nigerian club outside the transfer window without necessarily having to wait for the official transfer season to commence in either January or May 2008.
    This situation has already attracted a 2.5 million Euro bid from Tottenham Hotspurs of England. According to reports, Spurs chief Martin Jol faces competition from Liverpool and Real Madrid, who made offers of 1.5 Million Euros and 1.3 Million Euros respectively. Ajax are also tracking the player.
    Macauley's agent, Adam Mohammed is in England trying to arrange a transfer.
    Macauley currently is not on Soccer Manager but the lad is one to remember his name, he has a bright future, and if he can get signed by a big club we could see this kid really shine. After watching him in the u-17 world cup i think he has potential and give him 2 thumbs up lol.
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    harry69memic got a reaction from Ross.DAFC85 in Africa’s brightest starlets from the 2007 FIFA World U17   
    I've been pretty impressed with the Africans in the under 17 world cup and here is a list of the one who i think a great prospects, however none are on SM i don't think but again all worth knowing.
    Ghana: Daniel Opare DF 18/10/1990 AshantiGold (GHA)
    The best right back on show in Korea, much of the Starlets threat in Korea came down the right hand side with Opare on the overlap using his pace and precision crossing to great effect. At the back he looks equally comfortable and composed. With some Ghanaians already calling for this young man to be promoted into the senior side he is one to watch.
    Tunisia: Nour Hadhria MF 04/09/1990 Club Africain (TUN)
    Haddria was the rock at the heart of the Tunisian side. The Captain led by example and he combines industry with imagination and a very cool head. The number 10 is tipped to make a big splash in the Tunisian league in years to come and the manner in which he handled pressure in ’08 suggests that he’s got the temperament for the big occasion.
    Nigeria: Rabui Ibrahim MF 15/03/1991 Sporting Lisbon (POR)
    Rabui Ibrahim has been earmarked to fill the boots of Nigerian legend Jay Jay Okocha and with immaculate technique, precision passing and a powerfully accurate shot he has comparable qualities. He attracted attention from many top European teams before eventually signing for Sporting Lisbon- the only concern is whether at 16 he has made the move to Europe to soon.
    Togo: Sapol Mani MF 05/06/1991 Maranatha (TOG)
    Mani announced his arrival in Korea with a sharp turn and stunning drive into the bottom corner in Togo’s opener against Costa Rica. This industrious midfielder can make as well as score goals; he gets from box to box, and is as happy breaking up play as he is good at initiating it. Mani had a magnificent tournament and it was a pity to see him go home so early.
    Ghana: Ransford Osei FW 05/12/1990 Kessben (GHA)
    The young Kessben striker was a livewire for Ghana in Korea. His pace and movement terrified teams, but his finishing sometimes let him down. Despite that, he racked up 6 goals and walked away with 2nd place in the scorers’ charts. He’s now being linked with a move to England, where it’s rumoured that Liverpool and Tottenham are both interested in him.
    Nigeria: Macauley Chrisantus FW 20/08/1990 Abuja (NIG)
    Chrisantus walked away with two awards in Korea; he won the golden boot scoring 7 goals, and was voted 2nd most influential player after Germany’s Toni Kross. Although not known for his spectacular goals, he’s strong on the ball, is a cool finisher and has an uncanny ability to be in the right spot at the right time.
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    harry69memic got a reaction from leigh1 in Christantus Macauley   
    Christantus Macauley is young strong and agile. He won the African U-17 championship with Nigeria and also emerged the Golden Shoe winner in that championship with 4 goals. This feat was repeated at the world stage. After winning the U-17 world cup with current world champions Nigeria and also having individual achievments as the official FIFA Golden shoe Award Winner with 7 goals and the FIFA Silver Ball Award winner as the second Most Valuable Player of the Championship, teenage sensation, Christantus Macualey has set European top clubs on a collision course for his signature. Spanish giants, Real Madrid have joined the scramble for Golden Eaglets’ striker Macauley Chrisantus.
    Real are ready to break the bank for the player. They have tabled a massive offer for him. The problem is that they are one of several other top clubs in the race for Chrisantus.
    Also on the queue are French side, Olympique Marseilles, Liverpool FC of England and Dutch outfit, Vitesse Arnhem which have also been in touch with the player’s handlers. Soccer agent, Pini Zahavi, who masterminded Nigerian striker Yakubu Aiyegbeni’s rise to stardom in the English Premiership, also wants to handle the player of the moment, Christantus Macauley, whose mother hails from Taraba State in Nigeria. Christantus, plays for Nigerian youth clubside Abuja FC, but is currently out of contract with the Nigerian club, which means he can move from the Nigerian club outside the transfer window without necessarily having to wait for the official transfer season to commence in either January or May 2008.
    This situation has already attracted a 2.5 million Euro bid from Tottenham Hotspurs of England. According to reports, Spurs chief Martin Jol faces competition from Liverpool and Real Madrid, who made offers of 1.5 Million Euros and 1.3 Million Euros respectively. Ajax are also tracking the player.
    Macauley's agent, Adam Mohammed is in England trying to arrange a transfer.
    Macauley currently is not on Soccer Manager but the lad is one to remember his name, he has a bright future, and if he can get signed by a big club we could see this kid really shine. After watching him in the u-17 world cup i think he has potential and give him 2 thumbs up lol.
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    harry69memic got a reaction from TomOwen in Africa’s brightest starlets from the 2007 FIFA World U17   
    I've been pretty impressed with the Africans in the under 17 world cup and here is a list of the one who i think a great prospects, however none are on SM i don't think but again all worth knowing.
    Ghana: Daniel Opare DF 18/10/1990 AshantiGold (GHA)
    The best right back on show in Korea, much of the Starlets threat in Korea came down the right hand side with Opare on the overlap using his pace and precision crossing to great effect. At the back he looks equally comfortable and composed. With some Ghanaians already calling for this young man to be promoted into the senior side he is one to watch.
    Tunisia: Nour Hadhria MF 04/09/1990 Club Africain (TUN)
    Haddria was the rock at the heart of the Tunisian side. The Captain led by example and he combines industry with imagination and a very cool head. The number 10 is tipped to make a big splash in the Tunisian league in years to come and the manner in which he handled pressure in ’08 suggests that he’s got the temperament for the big occasion.
    Nigeria: Rabui Ibrahim MF 15/03/1991 Sporting Lisbon (POR)
    Rabui Ibrahim has been earmarked to fill the boots of Nigerian legend Jay Jay Okocha and with immaculate technique, precision passing and a powerfully accurate shot he has comparable qualities. He attracted attention from many top European teams before eventually signing for Sporting Lisbon- the only concern is whether at 16 he has made the move to Europe to soon.
    Togo: Sapol Mani MF 05/06/1991 Maranatha (TOG)
    Mani announced his arrival in Korea with a sharp turn and stunning drive into the bottom corner in Togo’s opener against Costa Rica. This industrious midfielder can make as well as score goals; he gets from box to box, and is as happy breaking up play as he is good at initiating it. Mani had a magnificent tournament and it was a pity to see him go home so early.
    Ghana: Ransford Osei FW 05/12/1990 Kessben (GHA)
    The young Kessben striker was a livewire for Ghana in Korea. His pace and movement terrified teams, but his finishing sometimes let him down. Despite that, he racked up 6 goals and walked away with 2nd place in the scorers’ charts. He’s now being linked with a move to England, where it’s rumoured that Liverpool and Tottenham are both interested in him.
    Nigeria: Macauley Chrisantus FW 20/08/1990 Abuja (NIG)
    Chrisantus walked away with two awards in Korea; he won the golden boot scoring 7 goals, and was voted 2nd most influential player after Germany’s Toni Kross. Although not known for his spectacular goals, he’s strong on the ball, is a cool finisher and has an uncanny ability to be in the right spot at the right time.
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    harry69memic got a reaction from milessurrey in Charles N'Zogbia   
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    Charles has been great defo deserves a 88 and if it continues 89, just imagine before season started Newcastle were considering selling N'Zogbia, lucky for him newcastle had heaps of injuries and he has been able to shine. Great player
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    harry69memic got a reaction from Superhombre Legendario in Ronaldo rating   
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    What your saying Ibra pulls up to C.Ronaldo but in italy there are only a couple of good teams while the others tbh are not great, and Ibra hasn't really had a test of a big team, where he can show his pace and skill.
    And Ribery being up to Ronaldo he hasn't been too consistent last season. WEtn up from 91 to 93, then went down to 92 and now up again. He plays good then just cools offf and plays good again.
    And no i dont they can match up to C.Ronaldo
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    Dortmund is Back
    Harry Memic and his team have hada dreadful start to the season, as the new signings and the old ones jutst haven't gelled and found any rythm. EVen though Memic watched his side be the better of the team week in week out but just lacked the final touch, goals.
    Drotmund have recorded their 2nd straight win, this time at the expense of Bayern Munchen. Whata win for Harry over his German rivals. Dortmund reallly needed a win to give their title hopes any chance, and it was C.Ronaldo who got going early, he terrorized the Bayern defence. If M DE SANCTIS wasn't awake C.Ronaldo would have surely won the game in the first 20 minutes. Dortmund drew first blood with a long ball by Cannavaro which C.Ronaldo got his head under and smashed it in to the back of the net.
    20 minutes gone 1-0. Dortmund were in control. Ivan played a very defensive style having a sweeper just incase Memic's attack proved much and his Bayern caught Dortmund on the counter with Leandro FERNANDEZ stciking a head home. 1-1.
    Half time 1-1.
    Memic doesn't seem to impressed with Dortmund's finishing as he gives a good shout at Toni and Kanoute.
    2nd Half begins. 48th minute Kanoute dribbles past two playesr with grace and finishes it nicely. Toni just 6 minutes later produces a piece of individual skill as he dribbles from half way past 5 players and drives the ball past the keeper. Game Set Match. Whatever Memic told his strikers it paid off. Final result 3-1. Dortmund go to the dressing room a happy team. Next is FC Porto who came off a draw, however Dortmund will be missing Sniejder due to his red card.
    Dortmund haven't beaten Porto all season last year and Memic says this game will produce a star and show what teams wants that title. Dortmund go away to Portugal to end Porto's unbeaten run.
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    harry69memic reacted to jstansfi in Fabregas vs. Others CMs in the world   
    Re: Fabregas vs. Others CMs in the world
    Honestly I don't understand how this can even be a debate. In order to be considered the best in the world you need to have been consistent class and the only player on this list that has been truly consistent is pirlo. Last time I checked Spain and England have been chronic disappointments in the big tournaments and Gerrard, Xavi, Xabi Alonso, and Lampard cannot be considered the best simply because of that. They are all class but Pirlo is class and has performed at his best (equal to the best of any of the others)in the World Cup and the Champions League in the last two years.
    If you take Gerrard and only look at his Liverpool performances than yea he would be right there with (if not ahead of) Pirlo, but he can't be given a free for Englands troubles. Sure you can say the management has been abysmal and that Lampard has no business in a midfield at international level (as has been said he is a hog and only desireable when you lack finishing, which Owen and Rooney provide), but if Gerrard was the greatest he would have pulled through. Kind of how Pirlo (amongst others) did when everyone poo pooed the Italians coming off Calciopoli and with Totti recovering from injury.
    My list is as follows (in order)
    Pirlo by a mile for reasons explained
    Gerrard
    Essien (gets mentioned because of his flexibility in a dysfunctional Chelsea last season)
    Players I would most want to have on a team:
    Pirlo, if the rest of the team is strong right now and I'm challenging for honours.
    Fabregas, if I've got a promising core of youngsters and want a CM to lead for the next decade.
    Essien if I'm strong but light on numbers in mid and def.
    Fabregas moves to #3 IF he can keep up the form and Arsenal win the PL or CL (I don't rate the FA Cup). If they win both and he continues he pips Gerrard for 2nd at the end of the season. I'm convinced he will be the best in the world within four years but he'll have to win PL, CL, and Euro or World Cup first.
    P.S.: I can understand how a player with a weak national team can be rated 97+ (I'm thinking Eto'o in the past) but a player who is on a strong national team shouldn't be rated that highly unless that team succeeds at least some of the time.
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    harry69memic reacted to TomOwen in will farfan go up this rating changes?   
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    Farfan is a regular Peruvian International. He should only get increases if he plays in Spain or Italy or England. 92 is really good for now.
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    harry69memic reacted in sm reputation   
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    the only reason it is crap is because u complained
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    harry69memic got a reaction from Havoc in Inter Milan Ratings   
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    imo i dont think he is such a great defender watching him, he is lucky inter dont concede any more, he coughs up so many free kicks, his tackles are way too late and his positioning could be better.
    But about him being best defender in Italy i dissagree with that, i reckon Mexes has proved to be a great defender and had a superb season great defender. if anyone he should be 94 but due to lack of national games i doubt seeing a 94 maybe just 93.
    Ibra definetly needs to go up, while Adriano come on he is behind Julio Cruz in the starting lineups how can he be 93. 90-91 should be right.
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