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    Sing reacted to TomOwen in The 2014 Christmas & New Year Scouting Thread   
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    Damian Martinez – GK – 22 – 78 – Arsenal
    With injuries to Wojciech Szczesny and David Ospina, Martinez has been thrust into the action, and has performed well in all of his appearances for Arsenal so far, having played in both the Champions League and the Premier League, where he has started four games and appeared as a substitute once. 78=>80
    Calum Chambers – D – 19 – 85 – Arsenal
    Calum Chambers has performed consistently since his 16m move from Southampton in the summer transfer window, and he has become an important part of Arsenal’s defence, especially with the injuries to Mathieu Debuchy and Laurent Koscielny. In the Premier League, Chambers has played in 13 games for 1128 minutes and scored a goal. Chambers’ performances for Arsenal have also led to call-ups to the England National Team, and he now has 3 caps. 85=>87
    Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain – M – 21 – 88 – Arsenal
    Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain continues to mature as a footballer as he continues to grow as a footballer, both for Arsenal and England. His performances have been steady and impressive, and he has amassed one goal in 870 minutes of action in the Premier League, and he has also featured extensively in the Champions League, and for England this season. 88=>89
    Alan Hutton – D – 30 – 85 – Aston Villa
    After two seasons of being frozen out by Paul Lambert, Alan Hutton has regained his place in the starting lineup, and has performed well in his role so far, and it seems like he has regained the trust of his manager and teammates. Alan Hutton has started 11 games and clocked up 1044 minutes so far this season. 85=>86
    Gary Cahill – D – 28 – 91 – Chelsea
    Gary Cahill has been an automatic first choice for both Chelsea and England for a few seasons now, and he continues his fine form with his partnership with John Terry. Together, they have formed the perfect shield in front of Thibaut Courtois, and provide one of the stingiest defences in the Premier League. Gary Cahill has started all 14 games this season, clocking up 1279 minutes and scoring one goal. 91=>92
    John Terry – D – 33 – 91 – Chelsea
    John Terry has bounced back from a poor season a few years ago as well as public criticism to continue to be one of the Premier League’s finest defenders. He is still a commanding figure in the heart of the Chelsea defence, and he is one of two only players to have played every single minute for league leaders Chelsea. 91=>92
    Nemanja Matic – M – 26 – 91 – Chelsea
    The other person to have featured in every single minute so far this season is Nemanja Matic. It can be argued that he is in fact one of the most important players for them this season. His fine performances contribute greatly to the unbeaten run of Chelsea so far, and he has also added a goal to his name this season. 91=>92
    Yannick Bolasie – M –25 – 85 – Crystal Palace
    Yannick Bolasie has been one of Crystal Palace’s best players so far this season. He offers a dynamic option down the wing, and has terrorized many a full back this season. His performances probably show us that he is among one of Palace’s three best performers, as he has contributed a goal in 14 appearances and 1227 minutes this season. 85=>86
    Mile Jedinak – M – 30 – 87 – Crystal Palace
    Although he is already the highest rated player at Crystal Palace, Mile Jedinak is arguably their best player, and his performances as club captain this season have been fantastic, as he is their top goalscorer from midfield with five goals in 1249 minutes so far this season. 87=>88
    Steven Naismith – F – 27 – 87 – Everton
    Steven Naismith has proven that he is an important part for both Everton and Scotland, as he continues his good form through this season, especially with Romelu Lukaku’s injury in the earlier parts of the season. He is Everton’s second best goalscorer with 4 goals so far this season in the Premier League, in just under 1000 minutes of action. 87=>88
    Andy Robertson – D – 20 – 83 – Hull City
    Andy Robertson’s rise has been fast and it doesn’t seem like it is stopping anytime soon. His performances get more and more impressive as he matures and his understanding for the game improves. Robertson has not only impressed for Hull with 12 appearances this season, but he has also impressed for Scotland, where he managed to score the consolation goal against England in a friendly fixture. 83=>84/85
    Jake Livermore – M – 25 – 85 – Hull City
    Jake Livermore has perhaps now become Hull’s most important midfielder, often working well alongside Tom Huddlestone and Mohamed Diame in Steve Bruce’s side. He is one of two players in Bruce’s squad to have started all 14 games so far, and he has clocked up 1316 minutes and bagged a goal for himself too. 85=>86
    Javier Manquillo – D – 20 – 83 – Liverpool
    The on-loan youngster has been competing with Glen Johnson and Alberto Moreno for a starting full-back spot in Liverpool’s line up, and seemingly has earned a preference with Brendan Rodgers. His performances have been inconsistent and spotty in his nine starts so far, but he has had his sparks, including winning the penalty against Ludogorets at Anfield earlier this season. His future looks bright, but he still has a lot to learn. 83=>85
    Raheem Sterling – F – 19 – 89 – Liverpool
    By far Liverpool’s best player this season and recently praised by Xavi as one of the only two English players that could play for Barcelona. His performances this season have not been as consistent as last season’s, but he has now become the centre of attention for the opposition’s defensive plans, but he has continued to impress the Anfield faithful, with three goals so far this season in 1246 minutes of action. Raheem Sterling has also contributed in the national team setup, where he is considered an integral part of Roy Hodgson’s plans. 89=>90
    Patrick McNair – D – 19 – 76 – Manchester United
    Patrick McNair has filled in formidably during United’s recent defensive crisis, and has played well so far in his 424 minutes of action spread across five appearances. It looks like the Northern Irishman has a bright future at Old Trafford with him, but it may be that his playing opportunities may decrease in the near future. 76=>79
    Tyler Blackett – D – 20 – 78 – Manchester United
    Tyler Blackett has also been filling in for the Manchester United defence, although it does seem that Louis Van Gaal prefers Blackett to McNair, as he has appeared in seven games this season and seen 589 minutes of action. 78=>81
    Paul Dummett – D – 23 – 82 – Newcastle United
    The young Welsh defender has proven that he is one of Newcastle United’s top choices in defence, having gained Alan Pardew’s trust and started in twelve games so far this season. He has looked much more impressive than some of Newcastle’s other defenders, so we would expect Dummett to continue to cement his starting spot. 82=>85
    Ayoze Perez – F – 21 – 84 – Newcastle United
    The Spanish youngster has impressed since his summer move from Tenerife, but he has yet to cement a starting lineup in Alan Pardew’s team. However, he still remains the second best goalscorer for Newcastle, having netted three times so far this season in just 569 minutes of action, showing that he should perhaps be playing more often. 84=>85
    Charlie Austin – F – 25 – 84 – QPR
    Charlie Austin has been the lone bright spot so far this season for a dire QPR team. He has been extremely impressive, however, having netted seven times so far this season in thirteen starts and 1175 minutes. He is QPR’s lone option up front, having netted more than half of the team’s goals this seasons. 84=>86
    Nathaniel Clyne – D – 23 – 87 – Southampton
    Nathaniel Clyne has arguably been England’s best right back so far this season, and he has definitely been a revelation so far at Southampton. He has played every single minute so far this season, and has already scored twice, showing his offensive abilities as well. He has been rewarded with his first two caps for the England National Team. 87=>88/89
    Ryan Bertrand – D – 25 – 87 – Southampton
    Ryan Bertrand has been similarly prolific down the other flank, and he has proven to be a shrewd loan signing by Ronald Koeman. Together with Nathaniel Clyne, Bertrand provides a new dimension to the Saints attack, allowing them to be a more dangerous opposition. Bertrand himself has also contributed a goal this season in his fourteen starts. 87=>88
    Jose Fonte – D – 30 – 87 – Southampton
    With Dejan Lovren struggling to make an impact at Liverpool after his 20m move this summer, we may have come to the realization that the success of the Southampton defence may be because of Jose Fonte. The Portuguese man continues to be a rock in the centre of defence and command a strong and solid unit. 87=>88
    Gylfi Sigurdsson – M – 25 – 88 – Swansea City
    The Icelandic’s return to Wales has proven to be beneficial to both him and the club as Sigurdsson has been playing fantastic football. Him and Wilfried Bony have struck up a great understanding, and together they are playing great football. He has scored twice so far this season in fourteen starts, and continues to impress for both Swansea and Iceland. 88=>89
    Eric Dier – D – 20 – 83 – Tottenham Hotspur
    Dier started the season in fine form, where he was even the top scorer in the Premier League in the early stages. His goals may have dried up, but he continues to play a part in the Spurs team, having started eight teams and appeared as a substitute three more times, totaling 809 minutes and contributing two goals. 83=>85
    Ryan Mason – M – 23 – 78 – Tottenham Hotspur
    Ryan Mason has proven to be a promising young talent for Spurs. Having spent the last season on loan at Swindon Town, Mason has finally been giving an opportunity under Mauricio Pochettino, and the manager has taken a liking to the midfielder, having provided him with 9 starts and 796 minutes so far this season. 78=>83
    Harry Kane – F – 21 – 83 - Tottenham Hotspur
    With all of Spurs other forwards misfiring, they may have to rely on Harry Kane more in the future. His impressive performances in the Europa League have been rewarded with more game time in the Premier League, but the young Englishman needs to prove to be more consistent, and so far only has two goals in 10 appearances in the Premier League. 83=>85
    Andre Wisdom – D – 21 – 83 – West Bromwich Albion
    With Liverpool’s issues at right back, they may be regretting their decision to send Andre Wisdom out on loan to West Brom, where the youngster has started 13 games and clocked up 1232 minutes, and has proven to be a top talent and important part of the West Brom team. 83=>85
    Diafra Sakho – F – 24 – 83 – West Ham United
    The Senegal striker has proven to be Sam Allardyce’s favorite striker, however, injuries have hampered some of Sakho’s performances and limited him to only 8 games so far this season, but he has also been able to bag five goals in only 680 minutes. 83=>85
    David Davis – M – 23 – 78 – Birmingham City
    The 23-year old midfielder has been one of Birmingham City’s most consistent performers; especially in the past few games as Birmingham recover from their embarrassing 8-0 defeat against Bournemouth. He has appeared in 17 games and 1443 minutes, and scored once. 78=>80
    Donervon Daniels – D – 21 – 76 – Blackpool
    The on-loan youngster has performed decently for struggling Blackpool, where he has been one of the team’s first names on the teamsheet despite their poor season so far, having started 18 games already, and clocking up 1720 minutes, which is most on the team so far. 76=>78
    Joao Teixeira – M – 21 – 75 – Brighton & Hove Albion
    The Portuguese youngster, on loan from Liverpool, has been involved in some action for Brighton & Hove Albion so far this season. He hasn’t fully cemented himself a first choice selection, but he has appeared in 12 games, 10 of which he started, and he managed to score twice in 837 minutes. 75=>78
    Jordan Cousins – M – 20 – 80 – Charlton Athletic
    The young English midfielder has impressed so far for Charlton Athletic this season, as he continues to build on an impressive 2013-14 season. He has started all 19 games this season, and has contributed a goal in 1718 minutes. 80=>82
    Cyrus Christie – D – 22 – 80 – Derby County
    Cyrus Christie has continued to impress since his summer move from Coventry City, playing an integral part in Steve McClaren’s side as Derby impressively are first in the league. The 22-year old has started 18 games this season and played in 1720 minutes so far. 80=>82
    Jordon Ibe – F – 19 – 78 – Derby County
    The Liverpool loanee has been a dynamic addition to the side, perhaps being the most exciting outlet for Derby in a lot of their games as they push their way back to the Premier League. He has already scored 4 goals this season in 14 games and 775 minutes, having scored some absolutely beautiful goals this season for Derby too. 78=>80
    Marcus Bettinelli – GK – 22 – 73 – Fulham
    Since his move from Accrington Stanley, Marcus Bettinelli has taken the number one goalkeeping spot at struggling Fulham, where he has started 14 games so far this season and clocked up 1259 minutes and has kept three clean sheets so far. 73=>78
    Lasse Christensen – M – 20 – 76 – Fulham
    The young Danish midfielder has taken a spot in the Fulham lineup, having started 14 games so far this season, and has also been the team’s second most prolific goalscorer after Hugo Rodallega with 4 goals so far in 1331 minutes. 76=>79
    Tommy Smith – D – 22 – 78 – Huddersfield Town
    Tommy Smith has been an important player for the Huddersfield team, despite their struggles so far this season. He has started 16 games this season and clocked up 1528 minutes. 78=>81
    Conor Coady – M – 21 – 78 – Huddersfield Town
    The Liverpool prospect has been an important player since moving to Huddersfield, and has taken over as their midfield stalwart. He has started 18 games this season and played in 1719 minutes, scoring once as well. 78=>81
    Harry Bunn – F – 22 – 76 – Huddersfield Town
    Harry Bunn has been the top goalscorer for Huddersfield, scoring 6 goals so far this season in 16 appearances and 1301 minutes. Combining with Nakhi Wells, they may propel Huddersfield into a better position. 76=>80
    Ted Bishop – M – 18 – 75 – Ipswich Town
    Ted Bishop has started being more involved in the Ipswich Town team, starting seven games and appearing as a substitute four more times, scoring once and playing in 648 minutes. For the second place team in the Championship. 75=>78
    Lewis Cook – M – 17 – 76 – Leeds United
    The 17-year old has been deemed as the next great prospect out of Elland Road. He has started 13 games already this season, and come on as a substitute four more times, clocking up 1241 minutes. 76=>80
    Shaun Williams – M – 28 – 78 – Millwall
    The Irish midfielder has started 17 games so far this season for struggling Millwall, scoring twice in 1628 minutes. 78=>80
    Michael Hector – D – 22 – 78 – Reading
    The English center back has been a regular performer for Reading, starting in 16 games and scoring twice in 1580 minutes. 78=>80
    Emyr Huws – M – 21 – 78 – Wigan Athletic
    The Welsh youngster has impressed so far this season for Wigan despite Wigan’s poor performance this season. He has started 13 games so far this season in 1108 minutes. 78=>80
    Lee Evans – M – 20 – 70 – Wolverhampton Wanderers
    The Welsh midfielder has impressed for Wolves this season, having started 16 games this season and scored once in 1399 minutes. 70=>78
    League One
    Luke Berry – M – 22 – 70 – Barnsley
    The young English midfielder has played very well so far for midtable Barnsley, starting 17 games as he enforces his place in the starting lineup, playing in 1569 minutes after his move from Cambridge United. 70=>76
    Conor Hourihane – M – 23 – 76 – Barnsley
    The Irish midfielder has started this season in extremely impressive form, notching 9 goals in 19 games and 1799 minutes, being Barnsley’s best player so far. 76=>79
    Joe Bryan – D – 21 – 76 – Bristol City
    The young Englishman has been a revelation so far this season for Bristol City, who are leading the league, with 16 starts and 1 goal in 1415 minutes. 76=>78
    Derrick Williams – D – 21 – 77 – Bristol City
    The Irishman has also impressed this season, scoring once in 19 starts and 1803 minutes. 77=>79
    Frankie Kent – D – 19 – 72 – Colchester United
    The young Englishman has started 9 games this season, playing in 808 minutes for struggling Colchester United. 72=>75
    Bobson Bawling – M – 19 – 72 – Crawley Town
    The 19-year old has started 9 games this season as well, but has also appeared five times as a substitute, playing in 828 minutes. 72=>75
    Oliver Turton – M – 22 – 73 – Crewe Alexandra
    Despite playing for bottom dwellers Crewe, Oliver Turton has played well, starting in 16 games and appearing in three others in 1555 minutes. 73=>76
    Chris Maxwell – GK – 19 – 73 – Fleetwood Town
    Midtable Fleetwood have impressed so far this season, with goalkeeper Chris Maxwell playing an important role, starting all 19 games and playing in all 1808 minutes. 73=>77
    Gareth Evans – M – 26 – 73 – Fleetwood Town
    The midfielder has been an integral part of the team, having also started all 19 games so far this season, and scoring once in 1756 minutes. 73=>77
    Haydn Hollis – D – 22 – 75 – Notts County
    The Englishman has started 18 games so far this season, clocking up 1729 minutes. 75=>78
    Jordan Cranston – D – 21 – 70 – Notts County
    The Welsh defender has started 8 games in 686 minutes. 70=>73
    Danny Phillisirk – M – 23 – 75 – Oldham Athletic
    The English midfielder has been one of Oldham’s best players, starting 15 games and scoring three times in 1475 minutes, deserving of the team’s number 10 shirt. 75=>78
    Michael Smith – D – 26 – 74 – Peterborough United
    The Northern Irishman has started 16 games and appeared as a substitute twice in 1632 minutes and scored one goal. 74=>77
    Jermaine Anderson – M – 18 – 75 – Peterborough United
    The youngster has continually impressed for Peterborough this season, scoring once in 1373 minutes and 19 games. 75=>77
    Mark Marshall – M – 28 – 75 – Port Vale
    The Englishman has played in all 19 games this season and in 1664 minutes, scoring three times. 75=>77
    Jamie Jones – GK – 25 – 76 – Preston North End
    The goalkeeper has performed extremely well in the 17 games he has started for fourth-place Preston North End. 76=>79
    Alan Browne – M – 19 – 76 – Preston North End
    The Irish youngster has impressed so far for Preston North End, scoring 3 goals in 1269 minutes and 17 games. 76=>78
    Scott Tanser – D – 20 – 74 – Rochdale
    The English youngster has started 18 games and come on as a substitute once more, totaling 1664 minutes. 74=>77
    Jamie Allan – M – 19 – 74 – Rochdale
    The English midfielder has started 17 games so far this season, and played in 1460 minutes. 74=>77
    Jordan Turnbull – D – 20 – 76 – Swindon Town
    The youngster has impressed for second-place Swindon, starting all 19 games this season and playing in 1814 minutes. 76=>79
    Yaser Kasim – M – 23 – 75 – Swindon Town
    The Iraqi midfielder has started 17 games and played in 1629 minutes this season, netting twice in the process as well. 75=>78
    Michael Smith – F – 23 – 75 – Swindon Town
    Michael Smith has started 16 games this season and played in 1476 minutes, where he has scored 9 goals so far this season, being joint-top scorer for Swindon. 75=>78
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    What do you think on Raul Garcia's 89?
    I mean he play a lot, 34/38 games played in league, 12 in CL games, 7 in the cup.
    89 it's so poor for one who won the league, and get second in CL imo.
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