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    TheRealGiles got a reaction from !¡BµKa🔑 in Rahul W's rating predictions   
    Yeah I'd definitely do that providing you have other good options for CB. Fabinho is on track for 93 and Umtiti's rating is not secure with all his injuries and the competition he faces for a starting spot with Barca and France.
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    TheRealGiles got a reaction from HoochyKoochy in Rahul W's rating predictions   
    Check these guys out. I'll try help by giving my predictions of where they'll be by the end of 2019 (on their current trajectory - obviously still early to say for sure):
     
    Mohamed SIMAKAN 19 73 -> 80/82 Bafode DIAKITE 18 78 -> 82/83 Benoit BADIASHILE 18 82 -> 85 Marash KUMBULLA 19 70 -> 78/80 Nehuen PEREZ 19 78 -> 82/83 Killian SARDELLA 17 73 -> 80 Rayan AIT-NOURI 18 73 -> 80/82 Domagoj BRADARIC 19 82 -> 85 Renan LODI 21 82 -> 85/86 Gustavo ASSUNCAO 19 73 -> 80/82 Aurelien TCHOUAMENI 19 82 -> 85 Eduardo CAMAVINGA 16 80 -> 83 Orkun KOKCU 18 76 -> 82/83 Gaetano CASTROVILLI 22 82 -> 85 Dejan KULUSEVSKI 19 76 -> 80/82 Dominik SZOBOSZLAI 18 82 -> 85 Bukayo SAKA 18 73 -> 80 Ansu FATI 16 76 -> 80/82 Mason GREENWOOD 18 73 -> 80 Aleksandr SOBOLEV 22 78 -> 82/83 Anderson SILVA 21 74 -> 80  
    I've tried to be on the conservative side with these predictions. I won't be surprised if the likes of Fati, Greenwood, Saka e.g. are higher than what I've put here. It depends if they continue to get plenty of minutes and whether SM decides to rise them in between full league reviews (or just hype rise them). Hope this helps.
     
     
     
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    TheRealGiles reacted to Milanista1 in Rahul W's rating predictions   
    Moving to A.Madrid was a very good career move for Hermoso. I'm sure he can turn into a better CB at A.Madrid. M.Hermoso is also the possible replacement for G.Pique at the heart of Spain's defence. 
    Partey is doing very well this season. As long as you aren't left short of attacking options, then I would sell and certainly buy Partey!
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    TheRealGiles got a reaction from TMCosta in Rahul W's rating predictions   
    Difficult one this. Right now I'd have to go with De Jong because he is already higher rated and a solid starter for Barca and the Netherlands. He is in position to get to 92/93 in the next year or so at this rate.
    Havertz is a huge talent but will probably struggle to get above 91 until he moves. That said, it looks like he probably will move to Bayern sooner or later where he'll be in a better position to rise further. I'd expect him to become a starter for Germany in the future as well.
    Foden is a great talent too but will struggle to get a lot of minutes at City because of their strength and depth in midfield. He can probably reach as high as 88/89 without being a regular starter (so far he has just 100 minutes for City this season), but beyond that would be hard. A lot will depend on whether City put faith in him to step up when the likes of David Silva and Fernandinho finish. Either that or if he moves and becomes a regular for another big team. Definitely a 91+ potential player for me though and has a future with the England national team for sure.
    Overall, I'd say the duo have the potential to become the better end of the deal but at the moment De Jong is the much safer bet for a long term high rated player and can definitely reach 93/94 in the next few years. 
    Hope that helps.
     
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    TheRealGiles got a reaction from Milanista1 in Rahul W's rating predictions   
    Difficult one this. Right now I'd have to go with De Jong because he is already higher rated and a solid starter for Barca and the Netherlands. He is in position to get to 92/93 in the next year or so at this rate.
    Havertz is a huge talent but will probably struggle to get above 91 until he moves. That said, it looks like he probably will move to Bayern sooner or later where he'll be in a better position to rise further. I'd expect him to become a starter for Germany in the future as well.
    Foden is a great talent too but will struggle to get a lot of minutes at City because of their strength and depth in midfield. He can probably reach as high as 88/89 without being a regular starter (so far he has just 100 minutes for City this season), but beyond that would be hard. A lot will depend on whether City put faith in him to step up when the likes of David Silva and Fernandinho finish. Either that or if he moves and becomes a regular for another big team. Definitely a 91+ potential player for me though and has a future with the England national team for sure.
    Overall, I'd say the duo have the potential to become the better end of the deal but at the moment De Jong is the much safer bet for a long term high rated player and can definitely reach 93/94 in the next few years. 
    Hope that helps.
     
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    TheRealGiles got a reaction from Milanista1 in Rahul W's rating predictions   
    I'd be very tempted to take the duo. Thomas Partey has been playing really well so far and as MIlanista said, at this rate he should soon catch Alli's rating. He looks closer to a 93 than right now than Alli to be honest. Alli hasn't been at the level he was at a couple of seasons ago so has no chance to rise for the time being. 
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    TheRealGiles got a reaction from Emy Ionescu in Rahul W's rating predictions   
    I'd be very tempted to take the duo. Thomas Partey has been playing really well so far and as MIlanista said, at this rate he should soon catch Alli's rating. He looks closer to a 93 than right now than Alli to be honest. Alli hasn't been at the level he was at a couple of seasons ago so has no chance to rise for the time being. 
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    TheRealGiles got a reaction from Lowco in Rahul W's rating predictions   
    Check these guys out. I'll try help by giving my predictions of where they'll be by the end of 2019 (on their current trajectory - obviously still early to say for sure):
     
    Mohamed SIMAKAN 19 73 -> 80/82 Bafode DIAKITE 18 78 -> 82/83 Benoit BADIASHILE 18 82 -> 85 Marash KUMBULLA 19 70 -> 78/80 Nehuen PEREZ 19 78 -> 82/83 Killian SARDELLA 17 73 -> 80 Rayan AIT-NOURI 18 73 -> 80/82 Domagoj BRADARIC 19 82 -> 85 Renan LODI 21 82 -> 85/86 Gustavo ASSUNCAO 19 73 -> 80/82 Aurelien TCHOUAMENI 19 82 -> 85 Eduardo CAMAVINGA 16 80 -> 83 Orkun KOKCU 18 76 -> 82/83 Gaetano CASTROVILLI 22 82 -> 85 Dejan KULUSEVSKI 19 76 -> 80/82 Dominik SZOBOSZLAI 18 82 -> 85 Bukayo SAKA 18 73 -> 80 Ansu FATI 16 76 -> 80/82 Mason GREENWOOD 18 73 -> 80 Aleksandr SOBOLEV 22 78 -> 82/83 Anderson SILVA 21 74 -> 80  
    I've tried to be on the conservative side with these predictions. I won't be surprised if the likes of Fati, Greenwood, Saka e.g. are higher than what I've put here. It depends if they continue to get plenty of minutes and whether SM decides to rise them in between full league reviews (or just hype rise them). Hope this helps.
     
     
     
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    TheRealGiles got a reaction from crvena_zvezda in Rahul W's rating predictions   
    Check these guys out. I'll try help by giving my predictions of where they'll be by the end of 2019 (on their current trajectory - obviously still early to say for sure):
     
    Mohamed SIMAKAN 19 73 -> 80/82 Bafode DIAKITE 18 78 -> 82/83 Benoit BADIASHILE 18 82 -> 85 Marash KUMBULLA 19 70 -> 78/80 Nehuen PEREZ 19 78 -> 82/83 Killian SARDELLA 17 73 -> 80 Rayan AIT-NOURI 18 73 -> 80/82 Domagoj BRADARIC 19 82 -> 85 Renan LODI 21 82 -> 85/86 Gustavo ASSUNCAO 19 73 -> 80/82 Aurelien TCHOUAMENI 19 82 -> 85 Eduardo CAMAVINGA 16 80 -> 83 Orkun KOKCU 18 76 -> 82/83 Gaetano CASTROVILLI 22 82 -> 85 Dejan KULUSEVSKI 19 76 -> 80/82 Dominik SZOBOSZLAI 18 82 -> 85 Bukayo SAKA 18 73 -> 80 Ansu FATI 16 76 -> 80/82 Mason GREENWOOD 18 73 -> 80 Aleksandr SOBOLEV 22 78 -> 82/83 Anderson SILVA 21 74 -> 80  
    I've tried to be on the conservative side with these predictions. I won't be surprised if the likes of Fati, Greenwood, Saka e.g. are higher than what I've put here. It depends if they continue to get plenty of minutes and whether SM decides to rise them in between full league reviews (or just hype rise them). Hope this helps.
     
     
     
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    TheRealGiles reacted to vitor_mfc in Rahul W's rating predictions   
    Arsenal logic:
    Let go Gnabry for 5M€ gets Pepe for 80€
    I think Pepe is a very good player, but Gnabry talent was always visible. Nurture the talents you already have and spare yourself a few millions.
     
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    TheRealGiles reacted to sirmarkhughes in Rahul W's rating predictions   
    Ansu fati 76 -82/83
    Dejan Kulusevski 76 -82
    Aaron Ramsdale 75 -82
    Axel Disasi 78 (-82
    Rayan Ait-Nouri 73 - 80/82
    Bafoud Diakite 78 -82/83
    Mason Greenwood 73- 80/82
    Joe Willock 78 -82
    Eduardo Camavinga 80 -83
    Carles Perez 80 -83
    Laszlo Benes 80 -83
    Domagoj Bradaric 82 -85
    Renan Lodi 82 -85
    I have added what I think the half season predictions of the players will be if the average minutes continue. All are worth picking up as they will no doubt get both the mid/end of season rises. I will do a proper predict on all 50 at end of November as more will be known by then.
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    TheRealGiles reacted to zsp2 in Rahul W's rating predictions   
    Kulusevski is 76😉, I think he will have a +6 like SM did last year with H. Traorè.
    Thanks for your prediction
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    TheRealGiles got a reaction from Milanista1 in Rahul W's rating predictions   
    Check these guys out. I'll try help by giving my predictions of where they'll be by the end of 2019 (on their current trajectory - obviously still early to say for sure):
     
    Mohamed SIMAKAN 19 73 -> 80/82 Bafode DIAKITE 18 78 -> 82/83 Benoit BADIASHILE 18 82 -> 85 Marash KUMBULLA 19 70 -> 78/80 Nehuen PEREZ 19 78 -> 82/83 Killian SARDELLA 17 73 -> 80 Rayan AIT-NOURI 18 73 -> 80/82 Domagoj BRADARIC 19 82 -> 85 Renan LODI 21 82 -> 85/86 Gustavo ASSUNCAO 19 73 -> 80/82 Aurelien TCHOUAMENI 19 82 -> 85 Eduardo CAMAVINGA 16 80 -> 83 Orkun KOKCU 18 76 -> 82/83 Gaetano CASTROVILLI 22 82 -> 85 Dejan KULUSEVSKI 19 76 -> 80/82 Dominik SZOBOSZLAI 18 82 -> 85 Bukayo SAKA 18 73 -> 80 Ansu FATI 16 76 -> 80/82 Mason GREENWOOD 18 73 -> 80 Aleksandr SOBOLEV 22 78 -> 82/83 Anderson SILVA 21 74 -> 80  
    I've tried to be on the conservative side with these predictions. I won't be surprised if the likes of Fati, Greenwood, Saka e.g. are higher than what I've put here. It depends if they continue to get plenty of minutes and whether SM decides to rise them in between full league reviews (or just hype rise them). Hope this helps.
     
     
     
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    TheRealGiles got a reaction from zsp2 in Rahul W's rating predictions   
    Check these guys out. I'll try help by giving my predictions of where they'll be by the end of 2019 (on their current trajectory - obviously still early to say for sure):
     
    Mohamed SIMAKAN 19 73 -> 80/82 Bafode DIAKITE 18 78 -> 82/83 Benoit BADIASHILE 18 82 -> 85 Marash KUMBULLA 19 70 -> 78/80 Nehuen PEREZ 19 78 -> 82/83 Killian SARDELLA 17 73 -> 80 Rayan AIT-NOURI 18 73 -> 80/82 Domagoj BRADARIC 19 82 -> 85 Renan LODI 21 82 -> 85/86 Gustavo ASSUNCAO 19 73 -> 80/82 Aurelien TCHOUAMENI 19 82 -> 85 Eduardo CAMAVINGA 16 80 -> 83 Orkun KOKCU 18 76 -> 82/83 Gaetano CASTROVILLI 22 82 -> 85 Dejan KULUSEVSKI 19 76 -> 80/82 Dominik SZOBOSZLAI 18 82 -> 85 Bukayo SAKA 18 73 -> 80 Ansu FATI 16 76 -> 80/82 Mason GREENWOOD 18 73 -> 80 Aleksandr SOBOLEV 22 78 -> 82/83 Anderson SILVA 21 74 -> 80  
    I've tried to be on the conservative side with these predictions. I won't be surprised if the likes of Fati, Greenwood, Saka e.g. are higher than what I've put here. It depends if they continue to get plenty of minutes and whether SM decides to rise them in between full league reviews (or just hype rise them). Hope this helps.
     
     
     
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    TheRealGiles reacted to vitor_mfc in Rahul W's rating predictions   
    Sancho for sure. Felix is a season of top level experience behind Sancho and should not be 90 rated.
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    TheRealGiles reacted to TMCosta in Rahul W's rating predictions   
    Nailed it
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    TheRealGiles got a reaction from Beatz in Rahul W's rating predictions   
    I think I'd go for Sule. It seems like a matter of time before he rises to 92/93 as a key starter for Bayern and Germany. He looks a safer bet at the moment for a long term high rated centre back with the rise of Lenglet for Barca and France. Also, Umtiti is injured again for around a month (expected) and has missed a lot of games in the past year.
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    TheRealGiles reacted to Milanista1 in Rahul W's rating predictions   
    Right now I would choose Sancho. 
    J.Felix has not been performing well in A.Madrid last few games (was outshone/schooledby M.Odegaard in the game against R.Sociedad, and wasn't much of a threat to RM). 
    I think Simone pressing game will have an effect on his energy levels which of course will effect his overall game, plus playing against better players/in a different country this season may also affect his confidence in big games. 
    Nevertheless he is still a great young talent to have for any team, but as it is right now Sancho is ahead of him for me. 
    In the long term:
    J.Sancho can explode much like R.Sterling has done, (but will that be at B.Dortmund or at a bigger Club)?
    J.Felix, right now I'm not too sure about him. If he does pick up, and does well he could become the Portuguese version of Kaka or if he fails and flops he could just well be another J.Pastore.
    I'd give him a season or 2 to get a better idea. 
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    TheRealGiles got a reaction from Milanista1 in Rahul W's rating predictions   
    I'd probably put them in this order (1 = most prefer to keep, 4 = most prefer to sell):
     
    List 1
    1. Saliba
    2. Badiashile
    3. Anderson
    4. N'Dicka
     
    List 2
    1. Torres
    2. Almada
    3. Soler
    4. Diaby
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    TheRealGiles reacted to swanseajack in The English and Scottish Football League (2019/2020)   
    Celtic
    2018/19: 1st, Scottish Cup W, League Cup W
    Recommended Signings
    Callum McGregor, 85 > 87
    Odsonne Eduoard, 83 > 86/87
    Ryan Christie, 82 > 85/86
    Michael Johnston, 73 > 82/83
    Rating Increases
    James Forrest, 86 > 87
    Olivier Ntcham, 85 > 85/86
    Scott Bain, 80 > 82
    Abd Elhamed, 80 > 82
    Greg Taylor, 78 > 80
    Armstrong Okoflex, Not on Database > 70
    Must Sells
    Mohamed Elyanoussi, 88 > 87
    Scott Sinclair, 87 > 84/83
    Craig Gordon, 86 > 84/83
    Odsonne Eduoard, 83 > 86/87
    Eduoard is destined for better things, and Celtic will do well to keep him beyond the next couple of transfer windows. He's the best striker in the division, and as an all round player has assets to make it in one of the top five leagues. His control, speed and intelligence as well as his finishing will attract interest from top clubs and when he does move on it'll be for a fee in and around £20 million. He should be hitting in and around the top rating for the division, and would be a good value signing in any gameworld.
    Ryan Christie, 82 > 85/86
    Christie is my tip to win the Scottish Premier League player of the season, as the number ten of a free scoring Celtic side. So far this season in 16 appearances he's scored 10 goals and assisted a further 5, including important goals in Europe. I'm backing him to keep up that sort of rate, keep Tom Rogic out of the side and be the player that does enough to be awarded the stand out player of the division. The way he's performing would incline me to give him an even greater increase, but as his minutes played take more of a precedent then his performances, I think an increase to 85 is most likely. Long term though I think he'll attract Premier League interest.
    Michael Johnston, 73 > 82/83
    The final player I want to highlight would be a bargain pick up in any gameworld, 73 rates Mikey Johnston. Johnston is probably the standout youngster in the whole division right now, playing with confidence and flair as a regular for the best team in the country.
    Last season he played 23 games, with 6 goal contributions and a total of 1063 minutes, which in itself is an impressive total worthy of a strong rating increase. This season though, despite a recent injury which has kept him out of the last few games, he's already played 10 times, scoring 3 and assisting 4 in 701 minutes.
    He's really developed in the last year or so, got himself ahead of Hayes and Sinclair in the pecking order and deserves a strong rating increase as a result. 
    Long term he'd be an even better signing, as I can see him going really far. As a Celtic fan, he's going to want to stay to try and earn 10 titles in a row, and if he can keep improving at this current rate then he could follow the likes of Kieran Tierney with a big move down South.
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    TheRealGiles reacted to swanseajack in The English and Scottish Football League (2019/2020)   
    SPL Review - Due Soon
    Before I begin reviewing SPL players, I'll begin with a discussion on what to expect.
    I'm reviewing the SPL first, because they're due to be reviewed any time from now, and haven't been reviewed since the end of the 2017/2018. In that time lots has happened in Scottish football, and whilst one or two have received small rating changes outside of the schedule there's to be a big chance in the ratings of players. This is as much of an update for last season as it will be for the start of this one, but the longer we wait for a review the more this seasons form will impact it.
    When looking at the ratings of players in this division, it's worth noting the unbalanced nature of the league. This comes across in the ratings, and it's very much a case of who you play for in regards to how you'll be rated.
    There's very much three tiers of teams in the SPL, which will define the ratings they receive. This is generally regardless of league position, which obviously effects the ratings they receive.
     
     
    Tier 1: Celtic, Rangers
    Tier 2: Aberdeen, Hibernian, Hearts
    Tier 3: Motherwell, Kilmarnock, St. Johnstone, Ross County, Livingston, St. Mirren, Hamilton
     
    It's worth noting that Motherwell are very close to making that Tier 2 grade for me, and that may be reflected in the rating chances. The only real way of a player getting above his Tier is to feature regularly for Scotland.
     
    87 - Tier 1 Maximum Rating
    83-86 - Tier 1 Regular
    80 - Tier 1 Fringe Player
     
    82 - Tier 2 Maximum Rating
    77-80 - Tier 2 Regular
    75 - Tier 2 Fringe Player
     
    80 - Tier 3 Maximum Rating
    76-79 - Tier 3 Regular
    73-75 - Tier 3 Fringe Player
     
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    TheRealGiles reacted to swanseajack in The English and Scottish Football League (2019/2020)   
    Aberdeen
    2018/19: 4th, Scottish Cup SF, League Cup F
    Recommended Signings
    Scott McKenna, 82 > 83
    Sam Cosgrove, 76 > 82
    Lewis Ferguson, 73 > 80
    Rating Increases
    Ryan Hedges, 77 > 80/78
    Zak Vyner, 77 > 78
    Jim Gallagher, 73 > 76
    Connor McLennan, Not on Database > 73
    Dean Campbell, Not on Database > 73
    Bruce Anderson, 67 > 73
    Must Sells
    Shay Logan, 82 > 80/82
    Stephen Gleeson, 82 > 78
    Craig Bryson, 83 > 82
    Scott McKenna (82 > 83)
    The best player outside of the Old Firm, is Aberdeen's centre half Scott McKenna. He's a regular for Scotland and has picked up 12 caps for his country, which should see his rating increase. He won't get higher than 83 until he leaves Aberdeen, but whether it be a move to Celtic or to England, he's destined to leave the club in the summer and they should get a few million for him. In competitive game worlds he's one to pick up for the future, as he's in a very similar position to John McGinn before his move to Aston Villa.
    Lewis Ferguson (73 > 80)
    Someone who should be picking up in any set up is Lewis Ferguson, who's emerged as the key man in midfield for Aberdeen. He's a guaranteed starter for them, and will be attracting interest from bigger clubs. He's one of the few players outside the top two who look like they could make the move to the Old Firm, although he may attract interest from Championship clubs looking for the next John McGinn. It's still very early days in his career, and he's worth keeping hold of as it's still really hard to tell just how good he can become, but you'll be able to make some money from him regardless.
    Sam Cosgrove (76 > 82)
    Cosgrove has improved dramatically since he was last reviewed. At that point in his career, he'd failed to score a goal for Aberdeen and looked a questionable signing given his poor scoring record for clubs like Carlisle United. Since then though, he's proved his doubters wrong and last season only Alfredo Morelos scored more goals in the Scottish Premiership and he finished the season with 21 goals in 44 games. This season he looks even better, scoring 13 goals in 13 games so far as the stand out striker outside the Old Firm. I don't see any reason why he shouldn't increase to 82 alongside the best players of the club, and could be a nice earned for clubs in competitive gameworlds. Long term though, he'd need a transfer to increase any further.
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    TheRealGiles reacted to thorgan lesar in Belgian Football (season '19 - '20) and 22 others countries (for examples The Netherlands and Slovakia)   
    Tomorrow RSC Anderlecht - Waasland-Beveren , Standard De Liège - Charleroi SC and KV Oostende - Royal Antwerp. After these games we're 9 weeks far. 
    After week 10 the first predictions for the Belgian league. 
     
    After week 10: first predictions 
    After week 20: second predictions
    After week 30: third predictions
     
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    TheRealGiles got a reaction from Djordjee in Rahul W's rating predictions   
    I'd rather have Odegaard at the moment. He's playing very well and Sociedad have had a great start to La Liga. Torres is a nice talent but hasn't broken into the Valencia team yet so isn't getting many minutes. Stengs looks a nice player too but right now it's too soon for me to prefer the duo.
     
    It's a hazard to predict things this early in the season, but on the current trajectory I'd say by the end of the year they could be:
     
    Odegaard 88/89 
    Torres 86/87
    Stengs 85/86
     
    and end of season:
     
    Odegaard 89/90
    Torres 87/88
    Stengs 86/87
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    TheRealGiles got a reaction from Milanista1 in Rahul W's rating predictions   
    I'd rather have Odegaard at the moment. He's playing very well and Sociedad have had a great start to La Liga. Torres is a nice talent but hasn't broken into the Valencia team yet so isn't getting many minutes. Stengs looks a nice player too but right now it's too soon for me to prefer the duo.
     
    It's a hazard to predict things this early in the season, but on the current trajectory I'd say by the end of the year they could be:
     
    Odegaard 88/89 
    Torres 86/87
    Stengs 85/86
     
    and end of season:
     
    Odegaard 89/90
    Torres 87/88
    Stengs 86/87
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