Re: Needing some help to renew my team
Well we are pretty early into the season so this is a pretty hard question to answer but I'll try my best to help
Hart went out on loan to Birmingham this season after realsising he won't get much game time against Shay Given at Man City. It was good thinking from the youngster, and he has played all four of Birmingham's games so far. However, Birmingham are going to struggle against relegation this season and no matter how good his performances, I can't see him rising, so a stay at 89 is most likely or even a drop to 88 if he is in shocking form.
Gregory VAN DER WIEL
Quality youngster, had a +4 rise last time round after playing loads of games for Ajax. So far this season he has played 5 out of 5 games for the Dutch side and has played twice in Holland's World Cup qualifying campaign. If he keeps his place in the Ajax team, and plays well he could well get a rise to 88 or even an outside chance to 89
The Italian centre back has a pivotal rople to play in Wolfsburg's defence and was a key player in their Bundesliga triumph last season. He is an undisputed starter in the team and will be playing Champions League football this season. If Wolfsburg can emulate last season's heroics in the league and have a good run in the Champions League, with Barzagli at the heart of the defence, he could be in line for a rise to 92 although he will probably stay at 91, all dependent on the form of him and his team
Onuoha is a quick young defender, who has a bright future ahead of him but being in a star-studded Manchester City team, he has found himself lower down the pecking order. The City first choice defence is:
So Onuoha is going to be the back-up centre back in case one of the above get inured or suspended. He has so far played none of City's games and if this continues through the season, I think he will stay on 87, or there is a small chance of a drop to 86
Don't know too much about him except he had a big part to play in last season's success at Twente, and had played 4 out of 5 games so far this season. He seems to have an eye for goal, with three least season, one the year before and another this season. If Twente can keep their form up, with Douglas playing, he could get a rise, most probably to 87, if he plays in and out of the first team or 88 if he holds down his place in a successful campaign for Twente
He rejected the chance to go out on loan this season and instead wanted to fight for a place in Real's team. He has too much competition to be played in left midfield for Madrid but has young Brazilian Marcelo to contend with for the LB slot. He will probably get the odd appearance, and I expect him to stay at 88
The young Brazilian DM has played plenty over the last two seasons for Hoffenheim, who have a policy of playing youngsters but this season he has only made one appearance, with the manager appearing to favour Salihovic over him. He also has to contend with promising young Argentine, Franco Zuculini, so if he comes in and out of the team, as he is, he will probably stay at 87
The young Austrian is one of the most promising forwards in Europe. After setting the Eredivisie alight last season, he gained a great +8 rise. This season, he has made the move to Inter Milan, initially on loan, which may have been the wrong move for the youngster. He is down the pecking order up front at Inter, with Milito, Eto'o, Suazo and Balotelli ahead of him, so don't expect him to get much game time, and also, Jose Mourinho isn't really renowned for giving youngsters their chance, at least at Chelsea, so I expect Arnuatovic to stay at 85 or a slight increase if he plays some games, but he has a bright future ahead of him and is worth keeping, or sending out on loan
Well I hope it helped. It certainly took me ages to write, hope its worth it.