Here is information about some Dinamo's players... Croatian ratings will be updated in 2 weeks so I decided to do this thread to...well kinda help you fix some mistakes (transfers and positions) and change some ratings.
Hrvoje STROK (left this summer);
Goran LJUBOJEVIC (plays for Genk. Btw. I noticed two G. Ljubojevic's in this game, but I'm sure there's only one ).
Full name: Jorge Sammir Cruz Campos
Date of birth: April 23, 1987
Place of birth: Brazil
Previous club: Atletico Paranaensea
Young striker signed contract with Dinamo two weeks ago. Plays for Brazilian U-19.
Date of birth: May 1, 1987
Place of birth: Macedonia
I've put him here although he's not so new. He signed contract with Dinamo about a year ago.
Current position: CB
Real position: LB/LM (always on the left side, he definitely isn't a CB);
Davor VUGRINEC (also see INCREASES)
Current position: CF
Real position: AM/F (CF is not his position);
Current position: CB
Real position: CB/RB (always on the right side for Croatia, sometimes for his team aswell);
Current position: RM
Real position: RM/RB;
Current position: RB
Real position: RB/RM;
Current position: CB
Real Position: CB/LB.
(Don't get me wrong, I'm being very objective)
Full name: Eduardo Alves Da Silva
Date of Birth: February 25, 1983
Place of birth: Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Current rating: 87
His rating should be (IMO, but you should agree): 90+
Story of the legend:
Eduardo was born in Rio de Janeiro and started to play football at local club CBF Nova Kennedy. At the age of 15, in 1998, he moved to the Croatian capital city of Zagreb and joined Dinamo Zagreb. In 1999 and 2000, he spent two seasons at Brazilian club Bangu Atlético Clube and returned to Dinamo for the 2001-02 season. He made only four domestic league appearances for Dinamo in his first professional season with the club and was subsequently loaned for one season on Inter Zaprešić, where he scored 10 goals in 15 domestic league appearances in the 2002-03 season.
He returned to Dinamo for the 2003-04 season and became a regular at the club, making 24 domestic league appearances and scoring nine goals for the club in the league that season. He was subsequently also named the Croatian First League's player of the year in 2004. He continued to play regularly for Dinamo in the following two seasons of the Croatian First League and was once again named the league's player of the year in 2006. He was also the Croatian First League's second best goalscorer in the 2005-06 season, scoring 20 goals in 29 matches.
In July 2006, he first helped Dinamo to win the Croatian Supercup as he scored two goals in their 4-1 victory over HNK Rijeka and then he also played well for Dinamo in their first-leg second-round UEFA Champions League qualifier away against Ekranas, once again scoring two goals in the club's 4-1 victory. In the club's second-leg third-round qualifier for the same competition against Arsenal on August 23, 2006, Eduardo scored the only goal for Dinamo in their 5-1 defeat to the English club on aggregate. It was also the first goal scored at Arsenal's new Emirates Stadium in London during an international club competition. He also scored both goals in Dinamo's 5-2 aggregate defeat to AJ Auxerre in the first round of the 2006-07 season of the UEFA Cup in September 2006.
He is currently performing great in the 2006-07 season of the Croatian First League and is the league's top goalscorer at the time, scoring 15 goals in 15 matches so far, including three braces and a hat-trick. He is also the only player who was in Dinamo's starting 11 in every of their 15 domestic league matches this season. In mid-November 2006, he scored two hat-tricks in two consecutive matches he played for the Croatian national team (against Israel) and Dinamo (against Cibalia) in a timespan of four days.
In 2002, Eduardo took Croatian nationality and was first called up to play for the country's under-21 team at the final tournament of the 2004 European Under-21 Championship in Germany, where he appeared in all three group matches played by the Croatian team before they were eliminated from the tournament in the group stage and also scored one goal in his international debut against Serbia and Montenegro, where Croatia lost 3-2. He continued to play for the team in the qualifying session for the 2006 European Under-21 Championship, where he made a total of nine appearances and scored seven goals. However, Croatia failed to qualify for the final tournament after losing 5-2 on aggregate to Serbia and Montenegro in the play-offs, where Eduardo scored both of the two Croatia's goals. He subsequently did not make any appearances for the Croatian under-21 team as he was not eligible to play at under-21 level anymore. He won a total of 12 international caps and scored eight goals for the Croatian under-21 team, all in competitive matches.
In the meantime, he was also called up a couple of times to play for the Croatian national A-team and made his international debut at A-team level as a second-half substitute in the team's friendly match against the Republic of Ireland on November 16, 2004. In 2005, he appeared in another two friendly matches for the Croatian A-team and also played in both of the team's two matches at the 2006 Carlsberg Cup in Hong Kong. He also scored his first international goal for the Croatian A-team at the tournament, netting the third goal in the team's 4-0 victory over hosts Hong Kong in the third-place match that was played on February 1, 2006. He was subsequently also a candidate for joining the Croatian team at the 2006 World Cup finals in Germany, but in the end did not get called up by the team's then-coach, Zlatko Kranjčar (who btw. isn't very smart), who commented that Eduardo "is a young player", that he "does not diminish his value" by not selecting him, and that he "most seriously counts on him in future matches".
After the 2006 World Cup, Eduardo returned to the national team under the new coach, Slaven Bilić, and was a starting player in Croatia's friendly match against Italy on August 16, 2006 in Livorno, also scoring the first goal in Croatia's 2-0 victory. He was also a starting player in Croatia's opening Euro 2008 qualifier against Russia on September 6, 2006 in Moscow, where he played his first competitive international match at A-team level. He scored his first competitive international goal for the Croatian national A-team on October 11, 2006 in their Euro 2008 qualifier against England, when he opened the scoring by sending a looping header over the stranded Paul Robinson. Croatia won the match 2-0 and climbed to the top of the Group E table with 7 points and 9-0 goal difference from 3 matches. In the following qualifier, on road against Israel on November 15, 2006, Eduardo netted a hat-trick to help Croatia to drive home a narrow 4-3 victory over the strong Israeli side.
He scored 30 goals in 29 games this season!!!
Should be: 62-65 (hehe) seriously? 84/85
Should be: 88/87
Should be: 75 (I'm serious)
Dinamo bought him for 1 million dollars, and he scored less than 5 goals since he got here in 2004. Biggest Dinamo's mistake.
Holder of the world record aswell:
He got a red card only 10 seconds after supstituting Ivan Bošnjak. Lol.