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  1. Rating Changes Championship Josh DaSilva, 83 > 84 Marc Guehi, 82 > 83 Ben Cabango, 80 > 82 Marcus Tavernier, 80 > 82 Ben Wilmot, 80 > 82 (82) Michael Olise, 77 > 82 (82) Jack Clarke, 77 > 78 Jeremy Ngakia, 75 > 78 (78) Nathan Wood, 67 > 73 Loaned Out Brennan Johnson, 73 > 78 Ben Wlimot, 80 > 82 A solid and deserved rating increase for Wilmot. He's doing okay at a Watford side, that are in the promotion picture, although he's been in and out of the side more recently and hasn't started a game for over a month.
  2. If Mathias Jensen got an 85 today, then surely the same has to be given to Josh DaSilva tomorrow who's Brentford's best midfield player? We'll see though, the Championship ratings are a bit hit and miss.
  3. Season 7 Player Awards Dan James continues to play a vital part in the history of the club. He's won his fourth consecutive Player of the Season award, and it's the fourth season in a row that he's got the most assists for the club with an impressive 17. He wasn't able to get a clean sweep this time out, like he did in the last two seasons, as Eberechi Eze managed to score one more goal than him to beat him to the top scorer award. Dan James's performances were better than last season, getting more goal contributions and having a higher average rating but there were more encouragin
  4. Season 7, Turn 38 - Update We've finished our season having achieved all the goals that we set out to this season. The main priority was survival, which to be honest wasn't looking all that certain for the first half of the season, but we really pushed on in the second half of the season and were able to reach our highest league position and points total. The next step is for us to push on and try and get a top four finish, but the main aim for us is first and foremost going to be to maintain our Division 1 place. If we can stay in this division, then eventually we feel like the ta
  5. Watch him every week, and he's definitely a future star. As it stands, he's the best defender in the Championship, and is on his way to an 85 rating for that alone. Next season, he'll be playing in the Premier League. Either as a part of Chelsea's first team squad, or on loan to a Premier League side to play regular first team football like Conor Gallagher and Ethan Ampadu have done. Hopefully they get his loan move right, and he isn't playing for a side immediately fighting relegation because he's good enough to be a regular at a mid-table club for sure. Defensively he's just supe
  6. Rating Changes Championship Josh DaSilva, 83 > 84 Marc Guehi, 82 > 83 Ben Cabango, 80 > 82 Marcus Tavernier, 80 > 82 Ben Wilmot, 80 > 82 Michael Olise, 77 > 82 (82) Jack Clarke, 77 > 78 Nathan Wood, 67 > 73 Loaned Out Brennan Johnson, 73 > 78 Michael Olise, 77 > 82 Olise gets the rating increase he deserves, as a few of the Championship players have started to be reviewed. Generally the review has been pretty generous, which makes good reading for some of our players but it has come very early which isn't going to
  7. As expected Olise gets his rating increase to 82. Lucas Joao unlucky to only get an increase to 83, and Adam Armstrong fortunate to get an increase to 85. Joao is the better striker. If you have Armstrong now in a competitive gameworld, where you can get something in exchange for him then I'd let go of him now. I can't see him really pushing on rating wise, and if he does it'll be years for him to do so. He's scored a lot of goals this season, fair play, but he averages something like 5 shots per game to get those goals. I don't think he's getting anywhere near that many shots if h
  8. January Transfer Update Josh Maja (85), Bordeaux > Fulham (Loan, Option to Buy £9 million) Rabbi Matondo (83), Schalke > Stoke City (Loan) Jack Clarke (77), Tottenham Hotspurs > Stoke City (Loan) Mark Travers (76), Bournemouth > Swindon Town (Loan) Teden Mengi (73), Manchester United > Derby County (Loan) Haydon Roberts (70), Brighton & Hove Albion > Rochdale (Loan) The biggest January move for us was Josh Maja's loan move to Fulham. He's up against it there, but it's an opportunity to play in the Premier League and he hadn't had too many minutes under
  9. Transfers Out Jake Clarke-Salter Age: 23 Rating: 82 Original Rating: 76 Appearances: 68; Goals: 2; Assists: 0 We've decided to let go of Jake Clarke-Salter, who's career seems to have stalled a bit in the Championship, with no clear signs that he'll be ready for a step up to the Premier League in the next couple of years. The bar for entry in to our first team in his position is now 86 with Ben White, and that rating is only likely to become further and further away from Clarke-Salter's. Dara O'Shea, Joe Rodon and Tosin Adarabioyo are all now rated higher than him
  10. We've let go of a few players in the last month or so, as we look to keep our squad numbers in decent shape. Everyone who's with the club at this stage is clearly a talented player, but we've had to work hard in terms of letting players go who we don't think will ever quite make the first team grade with us. Letting go of players is almost as difficult as bringing them in, as you've got to be certain that they don't push on massively in the next year or so and make us look foolish. On the whole though, I think we've done a good job of letting go of players at the right time and allowing other
  11. Season 7, Turn 35 - Update We're on our way to trying to break records, and set standards for the future, in our final few games of this Division 1 season. With our highest points tally already secure, our main aim is to finish than our previous highest of 12th place and we've also got the aim of securing our first top half finish in Division 1. We're well on course to doing both of those things, with a six point cushion with just four games to play. Dan James is pushing Aaron Wan-Bissaka all the way for our Player of the Season award, having now scored six goals and provided sixte
  12. Rating Change Predictions Championship Josh DaSilva, 83 > 84 Marc Guehi, 82 > 83 Ben Cabango, 80 > 82 Marcus Tavernier, 80 > 82 Ben Wilmot, 80 > 82 Michael Olise, 77 > 82 Jack Clarke, 77 > 78 Nathan Wood, 67 > 73 Loaned Out Brennan Johnson, 73 > 78
  13. Squad Depth First Team GK: Ramsdale (85) CB: White (86), Mepham (85), Adarabioyo (83), Rodon (83), O'Shea (83) RB: Wan-Bissaka (90), R. James (89), Aarons (86), Bogle (83) LB: Lewis (86), Robinson (84) CM: Cash (87), Davies (86), Gallagher (83), DaSilva (83), Alzate (83) AM: Brooks (87), Cantwell (86), Eze (86) WF: James (87), McNeil (87), Matondo (83) ST: Maja (85), L. Nmecha (84), Connolly (83) Ramsdale (85) Wan-Bissaka (90) - R. James (89) - White (86) - Lewis (86) Cash (87) - Brooks (87) McNeil (87) - Eze (86) - D. James (87) Maja (85)
  14. Rating Changes Premier League Reece James, 87 > 89 (89) Jamal Lewis, 86 > 87 (86) Ben White, 85 > 87 (86) Matty Cash, 85 > 87 (87) Ebe Eze, 85 > 86 (86) Antonee Robinson, 83 > 85 (84) Conor Gallagher, 83 > 85 (83) Tosin Adarabioyo, 82 > 84 (83) Joe Rodon, 82 > 83 (83) Aaron Connolly, 82 > 83 (83) Steven Alzate, 82 > 83 (83) Dara O'Shea, 80 > 83 (83) Michael Obafemi, 80 > 80 (82) Rhys Williams, 70 > 78 (80) Niels Nkounkou, 70 > 77 (76) Tommy Doyle, 73 >75 (73) Owen Otasowie, 70 > 75 (73) Liam Delap, 7
  15. Rating Changes Premier League Reece James, 87 > 89 (89) Jamal Lewis, 86 > 87 (86) Ben White, 85 > 87 (86) Matty Cash, 85 > 87 (87) Ebe Eze, 85 > 86 (86) Antonee Robinson, 83 > 85 (84) Conor Gallagher, 83 > 85 (83) Tosin Adarabioyo, 82 > 84 (83) Joe Rodon, 82 > 83 (83) Aaron Connolly, 82 > 83 (83) Steven Alzate, 82 > 83 (83) Dara O'Shea, 80 > 83 (83) Michael Obafemi, 80 > 80 (82) Rhys Williams, 70 > 78 (80) Niels Nkounkou, 70 > 77 (76) Tommy Doyle, 73 >75 Owen Otasowie, 70 > 75 (73) Liam Delap, 70 >
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