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    Flux reacted to ManUtD 98706 in More rises for Kolarov?   
    Re: More rises for Kolarov?
    It ordepends who you have for back up. Kolarov could rise depending on how sucessful Man city are and the amount of mins he plays. With Clichy there now he could have some competition but IMO I would keep him.
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    Flux reacted to dazinho in More rises for Kolarov?   
    Re: More rises for Kolarov?
    If it were me, I'd be tempted to sell him now to gain a decent price for him because I don't think he will see too much game time with Clichy arriving and will most likely slot in at left back. With Silva and Johnson amongst others on the wing, I find it unlikely he will be moving into that position either.
    Not saying he is a big dropper but I'd sell him whilst you could still get a reasonable fee for him.
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    Flux reacted to Spam in André Ayew - more rises?   
    Re: André Ayew - more rises?
    He'll be 90+ before long, so 100% don't sell him!
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    Flux reacted to Sylar in Alvaro Pereira - chance of rising?   
    Re: Alvaro Pereira - chance of rising?
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    Flux got a reaction from West Ham Till I die in Players: Should I buy, sell or keep?   
    Re: Players: Should I buy, sell or keep?
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    Flux reacted to Shehan in Players: Should I buy, sell or keep?   
    Re: Players: Should I buy, sell or keep?
    all are. all in top form except otamendi. u may consider selling him, but is still young but must work for his spot at porto.
    Jeffren is a hot prospect for barcelona. already racking up appearances.
    lindegaard, signed for unite. good keeper. keep him
    Kolarov. plays forcity.constantly injured. otherwise good player.
    Otamendi, must fight for his spot, but is young and good
    rannochi. on loan to genoa for inter, interwant him back. once samuel retires he will take the cb spot for inter. future star
    good player forcska. played almost every match for CSKA. still 21.
    Renato augusto. bangin on the goals for leverkusen. keep him. could rise to 90. only 22.
    **Hope i Helped**
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    Flux got a reaction from Jonaldinho in Forums for Newcomers   
    In this guide I am going to hopefully teach all you forum newcomers how to operate an online forum. I remember from my early days of using forums that I found them very daunting things, many people, many things to click, and what did all the buttons mean!? Well, I’m going to tell you…
    Signing up
    In order to be able to interact with people on the forum and be able to start using the forum to its full potential, you must sign up. On the forum you are using, there will be a link that will say something like ‘Sign Up’ or ‘Join’. This will be located in a pretty obvious place where it is easily visible.
    Once clicking this link, you will be taken to a page where you must fill out your details. This will be much like signing up to any other website such as YouTube or Facebook.
    Your username is very important. On a forum, this is how you will be known, so make sure it is something you like and will not be offensive to others. Also, try and be creative. Names like ‘0658674563hgb76906740’ are not good for usernames, people will not know this name, and you will probably be dubbed ‘the guy with the stupidly long username’. Try putting your nickname or your favourite car or sports player.
    Although, this will be slightly different from other sites. Depending on what the forum is based on (it may be a certain genre such as films or computer games), there may be boxes which contain something to do with that genre, such as favourite film/director or your computer game username. It is likely you will also be asked to cop y some characters seen in a box. These are to prevent people from creating masses of accounts by using their computer. If you cannot read the characters, there should be a refresh button somewhere near it, this will give you a new image.
    Once you have filled out all of the required information, you may be asked to confirm your account by clicking a link on an e-mail. Make sure the e-mail address you used is one which you know the password too and are able to access, because if you are asked to confirm your membership and you can’t access your e-mail account, you will not be able to start interacting.
    Avatar and Signature
    So, you’ve signed up. Located somewhere on the forum, most likely at the top, will be a link that says something like ‘User Control Panel’ or ‘User CP’. This is where you can edit all of your details. All forums have a slightly different variation of how theirs is laid out.
    You will see another link located somewhere on this page. Look for something like ‘Edit Avatar and Signature’. These may be separate links. If you cannot see these, they are most likely going to be located in ‘Profile’, which should be on that page.
    Once you have found these links, you are going to want to edit your Avatar and your Signature.
    An Avatar is link your profile picture, this can be an image of you, or something that represents you, or, anything that you like! Just keep it clean!
    Most people know what an Avatar is, but not a signature. It’s all in the name really, when you sign a document, you write your name at the bottom. A signature is an image which is viewable at the bottom of every post you make. These are normally wider than they are tall, normally around 500x150 pixels.
    If you don’t have an image which fits the regulations of the forum, you could make one yourself. Popular graphics editing programs are Adobe Photoshop and Macromedia Fireworks. If you do not have these programs, or simply can’t make them, search for them on the internet, or ask someone to make one for you.
    Creating topics
    Creating topics can be difficult to do if you have never used a forum. The first thing you want to do is go to the Board Index. This is normally the homepage.
    You will want to look at all of the forums listed, and see which one your desired topics fits into.
    For example, if you are on a music forum, and you want to say something about Hip Hop music, look for the forum that says Hip Hop, or something similar. Want to talk about something that is not related to the forum? There is likely to be a Misc forum, this is where you write about anything else.
    Creating your topic: it’s simple! Click on the forum that you want to post in, then press ‘Create Thread’ or ‘Create Topic’ which should be at the top. Write your message with an appropriate title, add whatever fancy colours and formatting you want, and click Submit! Your thread is now online!
    Replying to topics
    There are many ways to reply to topics. The most simple is to do a similar way to creating a topic. Search in the different forums and see which titles catch your eye. Click on it, and reply with a message that would relate to the topic.
    There is also the New Posts. There is a link somewhere at the top of the page which should say ‘New Posts’ or something similar. This is basically all the threads that have recently been replied to, so you can click on these and you are more likely to get a conversation going!
    There is also likely to be a ‘Unanswered posts’ at the top of the page. This is pretty self-explanatory, but just incase you don’t, it’s basically all the threads where someone has posted and no-one has replied to it.
    Finally, there is ‘My Posts’. This is every post you have made (up until a certain date). You can review your posts and reply to any people you may need to.
    So that’s the basics! If you need any more help, just ask a Forum Administrator or a Forum Moderator, these are the people to ask if you have problems.
    And always remember, grammar is very important. Grammar is the difference between helping your Uncle Jack off a donkey and helping your Uncle jack off a donkey.
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    Flux got a reaction from Dom Latouche in Forums for Newcomers   
    In this guide I am going to hopefully teach all you forum newcomers how to operate an online forum. I remember from my early days of using forums that I found them very daunting things, many people, many things to click, and what did all the buttons mean!? Well, I’m going to tell you…
    Signing up
    In order to be able to interact with people on the forum and be able to start using the forum to its full potential, you must sign up. On the forum you are using, there will be a link that will say something like ‘Sign Up’ or ‘Join’. This will be located in a pretty obvious place where it is easily visible.
    Once clicking this link, you will be taken to a page where you must fill out your details. This will be much like signing up to any other website such as YouTube or Facebook.
    Your username is very important. On a forum, this is how you will be known, so make sure it is something you like and will not be offensive to others. Also, try and be creative. Names like ‘0658674563hgb76906740’ are not good for usernames, people will not know this name, and you will probably be dubbed ‘the guy with the stupidly long username’. Try putting your nickname or your favourite car or sports player.
    Although, this will be slightly different from other sites. Depending on what the forum is based on (it may be a certain genre such as films or computer games), there may be boxes which contain something to do with that genre, such as favourite film/director or your computer game username. It is likely you will also be asked to cop y some characters seen in a box. These are to prevent people from creating masses of accounts by using their computer. If you cannot read the characters, there should be a refresh button somewhere near it, this will give you a new image.
    Once you have filled out all of the required information, you may be asked to confirm your account by clicking a link on an e-mail. Make sure the e-mail address you used is one which you know the password too and are able to access, because if you are asked to confirm your membership and you can’t access your e-mail account, you will not be able to start interacting.
    Avatar and Signature
    So, you’ve signed up. Located somewhere on the forum, most likely at the top, will be a link that says something like ‘User Control Panel’ or ‘User CP’. This is where you can edit all of your details. All forums have a slightly different variation of how theirs is laid out.
    You will see another link located somewhere on this page. Look for something like ‘Edit Avatar and Signature’. These may be separate links. If you cannot see these, they are most likely going to be located in ‘Profile’, which should be on that page.
    Once you have found these links, you are going to want to edit your Avatar and your Signature.
    An Avatar is link your profile picture, this can be an image of you, or something that represents you, or, anything that you like! Just keep it clean!
    Most people know what an Avatar is, but not a signature. It’s all in the name really, when you sign a document, you write your name at the bottom. A signature is an image which is viewable at the bottom of every post you make. These are normally wider than they are tall, normally around 500x150 pixels.
    If you don’t have an image which fits the regulations of the forum, you could make one yourself. Popular graphics editing programs are Adobe Photoshop and Macromedia Fireworks. If you do not have these programs, or simply can’t make them, search for them on the internet, or ask someone to make one for you.
    Creating topics
    Creating topics can be difficult to do if you have never used a forum. The first thing you want to do is go to the Board Index. This is normally the homepage.
    You will want to look at all of the forums listed, and see which one your desired topics fits into.
    For example, if you are on a music forum, and you want to say something about Hip Hop music, look for the forum that says Hip Hop, or something similar. Want to talk about something that is not related to the forum? There is likely to be a Misc forum, this is where you write about anything else.
    Creating your topic: it’s simple! Click on the forum that you want to post in, then press ‘Create Thread’ or ‘Create Topic’ which should be at the top. Write your message with an appropriate title, add whatever fancy colours and formatting you want, and click Submit! Your thread is now online!
    Replying to topics
    There are many ways to reply to topics. The most simple is to do a similar way to creating a topic. Search in the different forums and see which titles catch your eye. Click on it, and reply with a message that would relate to the topic.
    There is also the New Posts. There is a link somewhere at the top of the page which should say ‘New Posts’ or something similar. This is basically all the threads that have recently been replied to, so you can click on these and you are more likely to get a conversation going!
    There is also likely to be a ‘Unanswered posts’ at the top of the page. This is pretty self-explanatory, but just incase you don’t, it’s basically all the threads where someone has posted and no-one has replied to it.
    Finally, there is ‘My Posts’. This is every post you have made (up until a certain date). You can review your posts and reply to any people you may need to.
    So that’s the basics! If you need any more help, just ask a Forum Administrator or a Forum Moderator, these are the people to ask if you have problems.
    And always remember, grammar is very important. Grammar is the difference between helping your Uncle Jack off a donkey and helping your Uncle jack off a donkey.
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    Flux got a reaction from Hayden19 in Call of Duty: Black Ops   
    Re: Call of Duty: Black Ops
    No, the Hardened edition just give you the World At War Zombie maps too (like Der Reise, Shi No Numa etc)
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    Flux got a reaction from DerbyPower in Won my first league!   
    Been in this GameWorld since it started with various teams, after 6 seasons I've finally won Division 1, came down to 1 point on the last game!
    I'm also 7 points clear in another GW with about 5 games to go!
    Yay for me!
    How much prize money do you get for winning? I already have like £85m in the bank anyway
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    Flux reacted to Scout177 in Help With Deal(s) Thread...   
    Re: Help With Deal(s) Thread...
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    Flux reacted to kunasher in Help With Deal(s) Thread...   
    Titulli: Re: Titulli: Re: Help With Deal(s) Thread...
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    Flux reacted to BowesFC in 87+ Rated Riser's!   
    Re: 87+ Rated Riser's!
    English Barclays Premier League:

    Laurent Koscielny - Arsenal - 88-89
    Abou Diaby - Arsenal - 89-90
    Alexandre Song - Arsenal - 90-91/90
    Marouane Chamakh - Arsenal - 90-91
    Thomas Vermaelen - Arsenal - 91-91/92
    James Collins - Aston Villa - 88-89/88
    Christopher Samba - Blackburn Rovers - 87-87/88
    Gary Cahill - Bolton Wanderers - 88-88/89
    Santos Ramires - Chelsea - 90-91
    Salomon Kalou - Chelsea - 90-90/91
    Branislav Ivanovic - Chelsea - 91-92
    Rodrigo Alex - Chelsea - 91-92
    John Ob Mikel - Chelsea - 91-92
    Phil Jagielka - Everton - 89-89/90
    Dickson Etuhu - Fulham - 87-88/87
    Clint Dempsey - Fulham - 88-88/89
    Adam Johnson - Manchester City - 87-89
    Joe Hart - Manchester City - 89-90/91
    Vincent Kompany - Manchester City - 90-91
    James Milner - Manhester City - 90-91
    Nigel De Jong - Manchester City - 91-91/92
    Carlos Tevez - Manchester City - 93-94/93
    Jonny Evans - Manchester United - 89-89/90
    Luis Nani - Manchester United - 90-91
    Glenn Whelan - Stoke City - 87-87/88
    Dean Whitehead - Stoke City - 87-87/88
    Asamoah Gyan - Sunderland - 88-88/89
    Darren Bent - Sunderland - 90-90/91
    Michael Dawson - Tottenham Hotspur - 88-88/89
    Benoit Assou-Ekotto - Tottenham Hotspur - 89-89/90
    Tom Huddlestone - Tottenham Hotspur - 89-90
    Alan Hutton - Tottenham Hotspur - 88-88/89

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    Flux got a reaction from RoyLeo in Players: Should I buy, sell or keep?   
    Re: Players: Should I buy, sell or keep?
    I can get Juan (Roma) for chairman value due to being unmanaged. Is he capable of a rise?
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    Flux reacted to ThePlayMaker in Players: Should I buy, sell or keep?   
    Re: Players: Should I buy, sell or keep?
    Hmm
    One more high rated CB wouldn't hurt.
    It really depends on what else you can get with the money, if its just going to sit there,might aswell.
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    Flux got a reaction from KopStar in freezing accounts if internet collapse   
    Re: freezing accounts if internet collapse
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    Flux got a reaction from sirmarkhughes in 1000 Posts!   
    I finally did it, one thousand posts on the SoccerManager Forum :')
    This is the second forum I have now done this on, if it was not for exams I would have been much more active this year and could probably be sharing my 2k accomplishment now, but hey, I'm back for good
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    Flux reacted to Burrow27 in FIFA 11 Official Thread   
    Re: FIFA 11 Official Thread
    Use the right analog stick. The left one determines which side of the goal you move, the right one determines whether you dive low, high etc.
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    Flux reacted to LiamSmith in Fake Togo team and PSG keeper accused of having fake identity   
    I have come across these two stories in recent weeks and it seems so unbelievable that they can be allowed to happen when checks should be rooting these out before they become a problem.
    The first one is supposedly a fake Togo team playing against Bahrain in a friendly earlier this month. Bahrain won the match 3-0 on the 7th of September but said they were suprised by the poor quality of Togo. Togo later said they never sent a team to play in the fixture.
    The second is about PSG goalkeeper Apoula Edel. He has been accused of having a false identity by a former coach of the Cameroon national team. Spanish press have claimed Sevilla have launched a formal complaint to Uefa after allegations emerged in France claiming that 24-year-old Edel is not who he claimed to be, but is instead a 29-year-old named Ambroise Beyama.
    I have heard rumours about African players not being the age they say they are but I haven't heard anything about any evidence being found. I know there was doubts over Obafemi Martins true age when he signed for Newcastle (there was even a chant 21 or 28, 21 or 28, 21 or 28 Obafemi Martins). I don't know how this can go undetected if true.
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    Flux reacted to John S in Help With Deal(s) Thread...   
    Re: Help With Deal(s) Thread...
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    Flux reacted to Toro De Líbano in Help With Deal(s) Thread...   
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    Flux reacted to Toonfanforlife in Players: Should I buy, sell or keep?   
    Re: Players: Should I buy, sell or keep?
    I'd say they both get a +1 this season.
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    Flux reacted to TheDuffman in Players: Should I buy, sell or keep?   
    Re: Players: Should I buy, sell or keep?
    im not sure about Danny but Marchisio is a safe retain or possible 1+ depending on him keeping his place in the juve side:)
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    Flux got a reaction from mansstude in Bosingwa & Ivanovic   
    Re: Bosingwa & Ivanovic
    As far as I know it's Ivanovic. I rate him higher than Bosingwa anyway.
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    Flux reacted to Chambo in Valencia Rising Striker--Paco(Francisco Alcacer)   
    Re: Valencia Rising Striker--Paco(Francisco Alcacer)
    might as well post this hear since i have fail eyesight and accidentily made a new thread :/

    Paco Alcácer
    AGE:16
    CLUB: VALENCIA CF
    POSITION: FW
    COUNTRY: SPAIN
    OVERVIEW
    With the departure of David Villa, Valencia are in an urgent search for a new man up front. Rumors have linked them with a lot of players but maybe they already have just the player they need right in their own ranks. Paco Alcacer was a star right from his childhood days. When he was 11 he was given the chance to join Valencia or Real Madrid. Paco opted to join Valencia because his family resided in Valencia.
    HIS STORY
    The Euro 17 was a largely overlooked competition due to its placement directly before the World Cup but the followers of this competition remember one name. Paco Alacer. Paco Alacer was the top performer scoring a goal in their first game against France and then scoring a hattrick against Switzerland. 2 more goals in the semi final sent Spain to the finals which they lost 2-1 against England. Alacer had previously scored 8 goals in qualifying.
    Due to Alacer's amazing form for both club (in the youth ranks) he has raised interest from Real Madrid, Barcelona, Chelsea, Arsenal, Inter, and Milan.
    Valencia have been so impressed with his recent form that they have invited him to train with the senior team in the summer.
    EXPECTATIONS
    Due to Alacar brilliant form, Valencia may fail to keep their talent a secret with top teams keen to sign him up. I still think just like when he was 11 he will opt to stay in Valencia. Alacar will continue to star in the youth squad and may sneek a couple of substitutions for the first team. Promising young player and quite a surprise that he will be training with the senior team.


    cPAyr2ohU3I


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