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  1. I don't know if someone has stated this already, but the reason he's going for £1.5 million is because he had a clause in his contract letting him go for that money if Wigan got relegated. Bargain for Sheffield United.
  2. Yeah, should get a +1/+2 when the Premier League is reviewed.
  3. Club Record Update (Season 6 - Turn 26) With Peacock-Farrell losing his place in the team, Aaron Wan-Bissaka is now fast approaching him as our all time leading appearance maker. Patrick Roberts also becomes the last player to make a hundred appearances for the club, with Daniel James fast approaching that mark. Dan James is also well on his way to becoming both our all time leading goalscorer, and our all time leading assist maker, with Adalberto Penaranda having been sold on despite currently holding both records. Most League Appearances: 1. Aaron Wan-Bissaka - 183 appearances 2. Chris Mepham - 172 appearances 3. Jamal Lewis - 158 appearances 4. David Brooks - 155 appearances 5. Bailey Peacock-Farrell - 153 appearances 6. Patrick Roberts - 116 appearances 7. Daniel James - 115 appearances 8. Dwight McNeil - 95 appearances 9. Reece James - 91 appearances 10. Adalberto Penaranda - 81 appearances Most League Goals: 1. Daniel James - 33 goals 2. Adalberto Penaranda - 32 goals 3. David Brooks - 31 goals 4. Keinan Davis - 28 goals 5. Patrick Roberts - 25 goals 6. Joao Carvalho - 24 goals 7. Andre Green - 14 goals = Todd Cantwell - 14 goals 9. Matty Cash - 12 goals = Chris Mepham - 12 goals Most League Assists: 1. Daniel James - 43 assists 2. Adalberto Penaranda - 38 assists 3. Joao Carvalho - 24 assists 4. David Brooks - 22 assists 5. Patrick Roberts - 21 assists =. Josh Maja - 21 assists 7. Keinan Davis - 17 assists 8. Andre Green - 15 assists 9. Bright Enobakhare - 13 assists 10. Dwight McNeil - 11 assists All Time XI: GK: Bailey Peacock-Farrell (153 games, 0 goals, 0 assists) CB: Reece James (91 games, 8 goals, 4 assists)CB: Chris Mepham (172 games, 12 goals, 1 assist)RB: Aaron Wan-Bissaka (183 games, 11 goals, 8 assists)LB: Jamal Lewis (158 games, 3 goals, 1 assists)CM: Tom Davies (59 games, 9 goals, 4 assists)CM: David Brooks (122 games, 31 goals, 38 assists)AM: Joao Carvalho (76 games, 24 goals, 24 assists)RW: Dan James (115 games, 33 goals, 43 assists)LW: Adalberto Penaranda (81 games, 32 goals, 38 assists)ST: Keinan Davis (60 games, 28 goals, 17 assists)
  4. Transfer Rumours David Brooks (87), Bournemouth > Leeds, Leicester, Everton, West Ham, Newcastle, Tottenham (£30 milion) He's been linked with just about everyone now that Bournemouth have been relegated. The only thing that's likely to put any side off is his injury troubles, but I'm sure he'll be getting a Premier League move come the end of the transfer window. Todd Cantwell (85), Norwich City > Tottenham (£25 milion) The most recent Todd Cantwell link has been Spurs, as well as Newcastle, as he seems to be linked with just about any club but I'm not sure there's anything concrete there yet. Max Aarons (85), Norwich City > Bayern Munich (£20 milion) He seems to be getting linked with just about everyone, and I'd be very surprised if he wasn't playing at the top level this season. The most interesting recent rumour has been that Bayern Munich are interested in signing him, which would be a fantastic move for him. Jamal Lewis (85), Norwich City > Liverpool (£10 milion) It seems Jamal Lewis is Liverpool's top priority as cover for Andy Robertson. We'd be very happy if he gets that move, which would see his rating naturally increase even as cover. He'd definitely improve as a player under Klopp, so we're hopeful of this move as it would certainly help to improve our defence. Eberechi Eze (84), QPR > Crystal Palace (£16 milion) He's another player that's been linked to a whole host of clubs, the most concrete link is that he's likely to be staying in London with Crystal Palace though for a fee reportedly around £16 million. If he does make the move then he and fellow HJK player Nathan Ferguson will have been bought to lower the average age of the oldest squad in the league that needs a rebuild. Matty Cash (83), Nottingham Forest > Sheffield United (£15 milion) With Forest failing to go up, it seems like they're set to sell Matty Cash, who's been the best right back in the division this season. They've turned down a £10 million bid from Sheffield United, but should they improve their offer then it would be a good move for him. West Ham and Southampton are also both reportedly interested. Antonee Robinson (82), Wigan Athletic > West Brom (£1.5 million) Supposedly Antonee Robinson has a £1.5 million relegation release clause in his contract, which if true should result in him joining a Premier League side shortly. West Brom are strongly linked, after transfer listing Kieran Gibbs, and it would be a good move for him. Hopefully he'll get the opportunity to play regularly in the Premier League next season, which would put him back in first team contention for the club. Lukas Nmecha (82), Man. City > Celtic (Loan) I'm not sure if this will happen, but he's today been linked with a loan move to Celtic that we'd certainly be in favour of. He seems to be talented enough, but he's never really been able to show that he can excel at a professional level. He needs some regular first team football and to get some goals under his belt at a club.
  5. Transfers In Dara O'Shea In comes a very strong signing in the place of Peacock-Farrell, as Dara O'Shea joins the club. With our own Nathan Ferguson injured in the second half of the season, O'Shea stepped up very well in West Brom's successful push for promotion to the Premier League. In all he played 21 games last season and scored 3 goals, playing well over 1500 minutes in all competitions, and going in to next season he's very likely to be a part of West Brom's Premier League squad. There's certainly the potential with this for him to either be their first choice right-back at the start of the season, or at the very least have a run in the team at that level, and with that is likely to come his international debut with Ireland. We think that he's due a rating increase to 80 in the next couple of weeks, and beyond that next season he's definitely someone that can push beyond 82 depending on how next season goes. We've obviously got a huge amount of depth in this position, but we can't really turn down a talent like this, and we can never have enough very good right-backs. Age: 21Rating: 73Predicted Rating: 80
  6. Transfers Out Bailey Peacock-Farrell Age: 23 Rating: 80 Original Rating: 70 Appearances: 153; MotM: 13, Average Rating: 6.25 We've decided to eventually let go of Bailey Peacock-Farrell, as we have to let go of a player to deal with the squad cap. He came to the club over two years ago as one of our initial signings, and for a long time he was our record appearance holder. The emergence of Aaron Ramsdale however has taken him out of the team, and as Burnley's back up goalkeeper unless he gets a transfer we don't think there's much of a chance that he gets enough football to push for a rating increase in the near future. He's now competing with Mark Travers and Aynsley Pears, who we feel are just as talented, and are younger. He's a good shot stopper, and if he can get the right move in the Championship he can do well at that level, but he has got weaknesses in his game and we're not sure if he'll ever be a better goalkeeper than Aaron Ramsdale who has played a lot more at the highest level and is a year younger. Looking forward, when letting go of first team players to deal with squad cap requirements, we're likely to look to keep the younger talents who eventually one day could get in to our first team and let go of players who are approaching 22 and 23 years old and have made less of an impact in the professional game then some of our younger players. We'll be looking at the likes of Jake Clarke-Salter and Patrick Roberts as potential possible sales in the not too distant future, unless their performances improve.
  7. Squad Numbers and First-Team Statistics 1. Bailey Peacock-Farrell - 153 games, 0 goals, 0 assists, 13 MotM, AvP 6.25 2. Max Aarons - 61 games, 3 goals, 0 assists, 0 MotM, AvP 6.31 3. Jamal Lewis - 155 games, 3 goals, 1 assists, 0 MotM, AvP 6.25 4. Reece James - 89 games, 8 goals, 4 assists, 1 MotM, AvP 6.35 5. Chris Mepham - 168 games, 12 goals, 1 assist, 6 MotM, AvP 6.50 6. Tom Davies - 56 games, 9 goals, 2 assists, 4 MotM, AvP 6.59 7. Patrick Roberts - 114 games, 25 goals, 21 assists, 9 MotM, AvP 6.94 8. David Brooks - 153 games, 31 goals, 21 assists, 19 MotM, AvP 7.04 9. Josh Maja - 55 games, 9 goals, 21 assists, 2 MotM, AvP 6.50 10. Todd Cantwell - 49 games, 14 goals, 10 assists, 3 MotM, AvP 6.67 11. Dwight McNeil - 93 games, 11 goals, 11 assists, 1 MotM, AvP 6.29 12. Antonee Robinson - 23 games, 0 goals, 0 assists, 0 MotM, AvP 5.96 13. Aaron Ramsdale - 55 games, 0 games, 0 assists, 9 MotM, AvP 6.46 14. Rabbi Matondo - 1 game, 1 goal, 1 assist, 1 MotM, AvP 8.00 15. Ebere Eze - 27 games, 3 goals, 5 assists, 0 MotM, AvP 6.41 16. Jake Clarke-Salter - 66 games, 2 goals, 0 MotM, AvP 6.33 17. Lukas Nmecha - 31 games, 8 goals, 4 assists, 2 MotM, AvP 6.52 18. Matty Cash - 60 games, 12 goals, 7 assists, 3 MotM, AvP 6.42 19. Marcus Tavernier - 1 games, 1 goal, 0 assists, 0 MotM, AvP 7.00 20. Ben Wilmot - 2 games, 0 goals, 0 assists, 0 MotM, AvP 5.50 21. Daniel James - 115 games, 33 goals, 43 assists, 10 MotM, AvP 6.99 22. Joe Rodon - 1 game, 0 goals, 0 assists, 0 MotM, AvP 5.00 23. Ben White - 4 games, 0 goals, 0 assists, 0 MotM, AvP 6.00 24. Tosin Adarabioyo - 73 games, 6 goals, 0 assists, 1 MotM, AvP 6.25 25. Josh DaSilva - 1 game, 0 goals, 0 assists, 0 MotM, AvP 6.00 26. Jayden Bogle - 1 game, 0 goals, 0 assists, 0 MotM, AvP 7.00 29. Aaron Wan-Bissaka - 180 games, 11 goals, 8 assists, 5 MotM, AvP 6.76 33. Conor Gallagher - 1 games, 0 goals, 0 assists, 0 MotM, AvP 6.00 41. Herbie Kane - 1 games, 0 goals, 0 assists, 0 MotM, AvP 6.00 Squad Numbers (Yet to Make a First-Team Appearance) 27. Aynsley Pears 28. Lewis Ferguson 30. George McEachran 31. Sam McAllum 32. Mikey Johnston 34. Arvin Appiah 35. Mark Travers 36. Max Bird 37. Michael Obafemi 38. Jayson Molumby 39. Nathan Ferguson 40. Jack Clarke 42. Marc Guehi 43. Jonathan Panzo 44. Aaron Connolly 45. Jan Zamburek 46. Steven Alzate 47. Billy Gilmour 48. Nathan Wood 49. Ben Cabango 50. Dylan Levitt 51. Bobby Duncan 52. Felix Nmecha 53. Tommy Doyle 54. Djed Spence 55. Lewis O'Brien 56. Hayden Roberts 57. Teden Mengi 58. Jeremie Ngakia 59. Michael Olise 60. Owen Otasowie
  8. Transfers In Hayden Roberts We've moved up to our full squad cap, with the signing of Hayden Roberts for a fee of £300k. He's only played one competitive game for Brighton at the moment, but we know how highly rated he is, within a Brighton academy which is producing a lot of talent. He's regarded more highly by some Brighton fans then Ben White, who we believe to be England's best centre-back at the moment, so it was a no brainer to bring him in even if it may take some time for us to see the rewards of this signing. Age: 18Rating: 66Predicted Rating: 66
  9. Premier League Predictions Aaron Wan-Bissaka, 89 > 90 Daniel James, 87 > 88 Dwight McNeil, 86 > 88 Reece James, 85 > 87 Max Aarons, 85 > 85/86 Todd Cantwell, 85 > 85/86 Aaron Ramsdale, 83 > 84/85 Aaron Connolly, 80 > 82/83 Michael Obafemi, 78 > 82 Billy Gilmour, 75 > 82 Jeremy Ngakia, 70 > 77 Premier League Predictions (Loaned Out) Ben White, 82 > 84 Tosin Adarabioyo, 82 > 83 Conor Gallagher, 82 > 83 Jayson Molumby, 78 > 80 Herbie Kane, 78 > 78/80 Sam McCallum, 77 > 78/80 Marc Guehi, 76 > 78/80 Other Top Five Leagues Predictions Josh Maja, 82 > 83 (83) Rabbi Matondo, 80 > 82 (83)
  10. Rating Changes Rabbi Matondo, 80 > 83 As the top five leagues are now being reviewed, Rabbi Matondo gets his deserved rating increase, having featured in most games for Schalke this season. The club haven't had the best second half of the season, but Rabbi is still only 19 so for him to be playing most weeks at a high level is really encouraging. His rating increase now see's him potentially make the first team, as his versatility allows him to play up front and he's now the same rating as Josh Maja, so he should now be able to make his first league appearance for the club, having joined the club in February 2019 as a 73 rated player.
  11. Ranking of Potential (5th July, Season 6 - Turn 17) 1. Reece James (85) 2. Aaron Wan-Bissaka (89) 3. Dan James (87) 4. David Brooks (87) 5. Max Aarons (85) 6. Dwight McNeil (86) 7. Aaron Ramsdale (83) 8. Billy Gilmour (75) 9. Todd Cantwell (85) 10. Ben White (82) [+2] 11. Jamal Lewis (85) [-1] 12. Joe Rodon (80) [+1] 13. Chris Mepham (85) [-2] 14. Ebere Eze (84) 15. Tom Davies (86) 16. Steven Alzate (82) 17. Aaron Connolly (80) 18. Conor Gallagher (82) 19. Josh Maja (82) 20. Jayden Bogle (82) 21. Matty Cash (82) 22. Michael Obafemi (78) 23. Antonee Robinson (82) 24. Patrick Roberts (84) 25. Joshua Dasilva (82) [+3] 26. Michael Johnston (80) 27. Nathan Ferguson (80) 28. Jeremy Ngakia (70) [+1] 29. Rabbi Matondo (80) [+1] 30. Marcus Tavernier (80) [+1] 31. Lukas Nmecha (82) [+1] 32. Tosin Adarabioyo (82) [+1] 33. Jake Clarke-Salter (82) [+1] 34. Lewis O'Brien (80) [+1] 35. Jayson Molumby (78) [+1] 36. Ben Wilmot (80) [+1] 37. Sam McAllum (77) [+1] 38. Jack Clarke (77) [-13] 39. Herbie Kane (78) [+5] 40. Max Bird (73) [+7] 41. Lewis Ferguson (80) [NEW ENTRY] 42. Ben Cabango (70) 43. Bailey Peacock-Farrell (80) [-4] 44. Mark Travers (76) [-1] 45. Marc Guehi (76) 46. Michael Olise (70) [+4] 47. Djed Spence (73) [-1] 48. Aynsley Pears (76) [-1] 49. Jonathan Panzo (80) [NEW ENTRY] 50. Tommy Doyle (73) [-1] 51. Teden Mengi (70) [+7] 52. Dylan Levitt (70) [-1] 53. Jan Zamrubek (73) 54. Felix Nmecha (73) 55. Owen Otasowie (73) 56. Arvin Appiah (70) [-8] 57. George McEachran (75) [-6] 58. Nathan Wood (67) [-1] 59. Bobby Duncan (73) [-3]
  12. Transfer Rumours Max Aarons (85), Norwich City > Spurs (£35 milion) Max Aarons has shown himself to be Premier League quality despite Norwich's performances, and his most likely destination is Spurs. He's definitely showed he belongs at this level, and again we're hopeful of any Premier League move for him but I think he'd be good enough to become the starting right-back at Spurs which would be a big boost for us. Ben White (82), Brighton & Hove Albion > Liverpool (£35 milion) Brighton have made it clear they see Ben White as part of their plans next season, and whilst there is bound to be lots of interest, not least from Leeds, Liverpool keep getting linked with him as a potential partner for Virgil Van Dijk. I think White can go all the way to the top and would be a terrific signing for them, but the main thing for us is that he gets the chance to show his ability in the Premier League and that's bound to be the case next season. Todd Cantwell (85), Norwich City > Liverpool, Man. United, Arsenal (£30 million) Despite Norwich struggling this season, Cantwell has been their stand out player, with seven goals from midfield. It was touch and go last season as to whether his contract would be extended, but he's actually proved to be a lot more suited to top level football. He's now a regular in our side, and if he can get a Premier League move to anywhere we'll be happy enough, but a move to a big club could make him one of our stand out players. Antonee Robinson (82), Wigan Athletic > AC Milan (£6 million) Robinson was all set to make a huge move to AC Milan in the January transfer window, but the deal broke down as he was discovered to have had an irregular heart beat during his medical. That issue seems to have now been sorted after surgery, and he's now back in the Wigan side and helping them towards survival in the Championship. With that issue now dealt with, I think it's very likely that he makes the move in the summer. Nathan Ferguson (80), West Brom > Crystal Palace (Tribunal) Ferguson had agreed his Premier League move in the January transfer window, which was set at £11 million, but a medical stopped the move from going through. He's since had surgery, and is now set to join Palace for a much lower fee, to the frustration of Slaven Bilic and West Brom. I doubt he'll get the best reception if he does play for Palace against West Brom in the Premier League next season, but we're happy he'll be getting Premier League football next season. Jeremy Ngakia (70), West Ham > West Brom/Schalke (Tribunal) Another player letting his contract run out is Jeremy Ngakia, who's featured a few times in the Premier League this season for West Ham. He's turned down a contract offer from West Ham, and may be looked at as a potential Nathan Ferguson replacement, or may be looking to move abroad, but there's bound to be plenty of interest in him.
  13. Rating Changes Josh Maja, 82 > 83 It's a very useful rating increase for us, as up front is our weakest position in terms of strength. Unfortunately, Ligue 1 hasn't resumed, which will prevent him from having a more successful season, but he did manage to get 8 goals and 2 assists this season in 25 games, and a very impressed 6 Ligue 1 goals in 6 starts. He definitely needs to be starting more games next season, given his goal record, and should he do so you'd expect him to get a rating increase to 85 at the beginning of next season which would really improve our team. Jonathan Panzo, 78 > 80 A small expected rating change for Panzo was useful, more or less straight after signing him. It makes him a very useful players for lower league sides, and has gone out on loan to Division 5, where he's a regular and star player at Caracas.
  14. Transfer News Jonathan Panzo Our only signing at the end of Season 6, has been the signing of Jonathan Panzo from Atlanta United for a fee of £2.8 million. He's a regular in the England U21 set up, has played some games at Monaco and is enjoying a successful loan spell at Cercle Brugge in Belgium so is definitely worth picking up and as he's only 19 he's someone who will have plenty of interest down the road if he doesn't quite make the grade. Age: 19Rating: 78Predicted Rating: 80
  15. Season 6, Turn 15 - Update We've not been too active with the lockdown getting in the way of rating changes, and potential new signings that may be added to the database. However, we have been doing well over the first third of the season, as we're well on course to achieve our aim of survival. There's some very good sides in this division that we're going to struggle to compete with in the short term, and we are going to need for our Premier League players to be reviewed again to give ourselves a chance, but in the mean time we're busy competing with similar rated sides that are throughout the bottom half. Our strength in depth, built from the strong core of Championship players that we have, has seen us enjoy plenty of success in the cups, with most of our goals this season coming in cup competitions. We're still in both the cup and the shield, but have found ourselves in the last 16 of the Shield against Division 2 Levadia, which is a good opportunity for us to reach the Quarter Finals. Division 1 League Table (after 14 games) 9. Jeonbuk Motors (19 points) 10. HJK (18 points) 11. Mamelodi Sundowns (17 points) 12. Zamalek SC (17 points) 13. Atlanta United (16 points) 14. Wuhan Zall (16 points) 15. Hapoel Beer Sheva (13 points) 16. Krylia Sovetov Samara (11 points) - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 17. Enyimba (10 points) Clubs Top Scorers: Nmecha (5 goals), Cantwell (4 goals), Alzate (3 goals), Clarke-Salter (3 goals) Clubs Top Assists: Eze (8 assists), D. James (6 assists), Cash (4 assists) Top Average Performances: Eze (8.80), Cash (8.50), Nmecha (8.40)
  16. Season 5 Player Awards Our end of season awards, see Daniel James sweep up all the top prizes, as the exceptional player for us this season. His threat in the final third has been vital for a side that is still lacking quality up top and without him we wouldn't have been able to earn our third consecutive promotion. With Reece James, Max Aarons and Dwight McNeil all turning 20 years of age, Rabbi Matondo was able to pick up the U19's Player of the Season despite only a handful of appearances. Todd Cantwell's improvement has been really important for us as well, taking Patrick Roberts place in the side and as well as scoring some vital goals, he's managed an impressive seven assists which have all largely been in the second half of the season. Player of the Season: Dan James (35 games, 13 goals, 14 assists, AvP 7.31)Most Goals: Dan James (14 goals)Most Assists: Dan James (13 assists)U19's Player of the Season: Rabbi Matondo (6 games, 0 goals, 0 assists, AvP 6.00) Most Improved Player of the Season: Todd Cantwell, 80 > 85 (+5)
  17. Season 5, Turn 38 - Update The season is over, and we've managed to secure promotion to Division 1, which marks our third consecutive promotion with the side. We didn't finish the season anywhere near how we'd have liked to, and won just two of our last eleven games, but the work we'd done at the beginning of the season was enough for us to secure promotion above the likes of Servette and Goteborg. Against all the odds, Melbourne Victory pushed in to the automatic promotion places on the final day of the season, although Servette and Goteborg will have the chance to make up for it in the play-offs. Next season is going to be a tough ask, especially given that the inevitable rating increases of a lot of our first team are either going to be put on hold, or not as generous due to the current situation. The aim is simply to stay up though, and we've got confidence that we can get enough points over the course of the season to achieve that. Division 2 League Table 1. Persepolis (101 points) 2. HJK (73 points) 3. Melbourne Victory (71 points) - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 4. IFK Goteborg (69 points) 5. Servette FC (68 points) 6. Wigan Athletic (65 points) 7. Enyimba (63 points) - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 8. BATE (60 points) Clubs Top Scorers: D. James (13 goals), Brooks (9 goals), Maja (8 goals), Davies (8 goals) Clubs Top Assists: D. James (14 assists), Maja (11 assists), Brooks (8 assists), Cantwell (7 assists) Top Average Performances: James (7.31), Brooks (7.21), Wan-Bissaka (6.97)
  18. Season 5, Turn 33 - Update We've had a bit of a rough spell, and at one stage lost four games on the trot, which has made the race for promotion more interesting with us six points above the play-offs with just six games remaining. We've played tough opposition, and this division is incredibly difficult, with us losing narrow games to Wigan Athletic, FC Tokyo and Persepolis which are sides filled with quality, as well as a narrow disappointing 1-0 defeat to Aris in which we conceded against our only shot on target. Since then, we've rebounded with a 2-0 victory over a strong BATE side, which edges us closer to promotion. We don't really think it's plausible for anybody other than Servette or Goteborg to catch us with us having a comfortable 12 point lead on fifth placed Melbourne Victory with just 18 points up for grabs. HJK Remaining Games: Brondby IF (A), Servette FC (H), Slovan Liberec (A), IFK Goteborg (H), Melbourne Victory (A), NEC (H) Servette FC Remaining Games: FC Tokyo (H), HJK (A), Wigan Athletic (H), Persepolis (A), BATE (H), Brondby IF (A) IFK Goteborg Remaining Games: CSKA Sofia (H), NK Olimpia (A), FC Tokyo (H), HJK (A), Wigan Athletic (H), Persepolis (A) I think on the whole, we've got the best fixtures remaining. However, there's still plenty to play for as we have to play both Servette and Goteborg in our remaining games, which could be crucial. Both games are at home for us, which is part of the reason we have the most favourable fixtures, and hopefully we can make the most out of that home advantage. We still have a very tricky away game against Melbourne Victory, but we've got three decent fixtures remaining as well in Brondby, Slovan Liberec and NEC which are all winnable games. Both Servette and Goteborg have four very tricky fixtures, in FC Tokyo, HJK, Wigan and Persepolis to finish their seasons, and in the case of Goteborg they are there final four fixtures. Servette are in much better form, and we expect them to finish in the top three, and it's Goteborg that we'll be looking out for most of all, who have been dropping points recently and can't afford to lose any more ground in their two games against CSKA Sofia and NK Olimpia which on paper are games they should be winning. Division 2 League Table 1. Persepolis (86 points) 2. HJK (67 points) 3. Servette FC (61 points) - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 4. IFK Goteborg (61 points) 5. Melbourne Victory (55 points) 6. Wigan Athletic (53 points) 7. Enyimba (51 points) - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 8. BATE (47 points) Clubs Top Scorers: D. James (12 goals), Maja (8 goals), Brooks (8 goals), Davies (6 goals) Clubs Top Assists: D. James (11 assists), Maja (8 assists), Brooks (7 assists), Cantwell (7 assists) Top Average Performances: James (7.31), Brooks (7.21), Wan-Bissaka (6.94)
  19. They might as well, they won't have much else to do. Just looking at the Prem there's plenty of the talented players rated 75-88 who could do with getting additional increases, even based off the last 18 months (Billy Gilmour, Saka, Ramsdale, Reece James, McNeil, Nketiah).
  20. Club Record Update (Season 5 - Turn 26) With Peacock-Farrell losing his place in the team, Aaron Wan-Bissaka is now fast approaching him as our all time leading appearance maker. Patrick Roberts also becomes the last player to make a hundred appearances for the club, with Daniel James fast approaching that mark. Dan James is also well on his way to becoming both our all time leading goalscorer, and our all time leading assist maker, with Adalberto Penaranda having been sold on despite currently holding both records. Most League Appearances: 1. Bailey Peacock-Farrell - 153 appearances 2. Aaron Wan-Bissaka - 150 appearances 3. Chris Mepham - 139 appearances 4. Jamal Lewis - 128 appearances 5. David Brooks - 122 appearances 6. Patrick Roberts - 109 appearances 7. Daniel James - 83 appearances 8. Adalberto Penaranda - 81 appearances 9. Joao Carvalho - 76 appearances 10. Tosin Adarabioyo - 71 appearances Most League Goals: 1. Adalberto Penaranda - 32 goals 2. Keinan Davis - 28 goals 3. Daniel James - 27 goals 4. David Brooks - 25 goals 5. Joao Carvalho - 24 goals = Patrick Roberts - 24 goals 7. Andre Green - 14 goals 8. Matty Cash - 12 goals 9. Aaron Wan-Bissaka - 11 goals 10. Dwight McNeil - 9 goals = Chris Mepham - 9 goals Most League Assists: 1. Adalberto Penaranda - 38 assists 2. Daniel James - 31 assists 3. Joao Carvalho - 24 assists 4. Patrick Roberts - 21 assists 5. David Brooks - 18 assists 6. Keinan Davis - 17 assists 7. Andre Green - 15 assists 8. Bright Enobakhare - 13 assists = Josh Maja - 13 assists 10. Dwight McNeil - 9 assists
  21. Ranking of Potential (10th March, Season 5 - Turn 26) 1. Reece James (85) [+2] 2. Aaron Wan-Bissaka (89) [-1] 3. Dan James (87) [-1] 4. David Brooks (87) 5. Max Aarons (85) 6. Dwight McNeil (86) 7. Aaron Ramsdale (83) [-1] 8. Billy Gilmour (75) [+7] 9. Todd Cantwell (85) 10. Jamal Lewis (85) [-2] 11. Chris Mepham (85) [-1] 12. Ben White (82) [-1] 13. Joe Rodon (80) [-1] 14. Ebere Eze (84) [-1] 15. Tom Davies (86) [-1] 16. Steven Alzate (82) 17. Aaron Connolly (80) 18. Conor Gallagher (82) 19. Josh Maja (82) 20. Jayden Bogle (82) [+2] 21. Matty Cash (82) [+3] 22. Michael Obafemi (78) [+8] 23. Antonee Robinson (82) [+3] 24. Patrick Roberts (84) [-3] 25. Jack Clarke (77) [-5] 26. Michael Johnston (80) [-3] 27. Nathan Ferguson (80) [-2] 28. Joshua Dasilva (82) [+2] 29. Jeremy Ngakia (70) [NEW ENTRY] 30. Rabbi Matondo (80) [+3] 31. Marcus Tavernier (80) 32. Lukas Nmecha (82) 33. Tosin Adarabioyo (82) [+1] 34. Jake Clarke-Salter (82) [-7] 35. Lewis O'Brien (80) 36. Jayson Molumby (78) 37. Ben Wilmot (80) 38. Sam McAllum (77) 39. Bailey Peacock-Farrell (80) [-10] 40. Max Bird (73) [+7] 41. Lewis Ferguson (80) [NEW ENTRY] 42. Ben Cabango (70) [+1] 43. Mark Travers (76) [+2] 44. Herbie Kane (78) 45. Marc Guehi (76) [-6] 46. Djed Spence (73) 47. Aynsley Pears (76) [+1] 48. Arvin Appiah (70) [+1] 49. Tommy Doyle (73) [-9] 50. Michael Olise (70) 51. George McEachran (75) [-10] 52. Dylan Levitt (70) [-1] 53. Jan Zamrubek (73) [NEW ENTRY] 54. Felix Nmecha (73) [+1] 55. Owen Otasowie (73) [-2] 56. Bobby Duncan (73) [-4] 57. Nathan Wood (67) [-3] 58. Teden Mengi (70) [-3] 59. Ewan Henderson (73) [-2]
  22. Premier League Predictions Aaron Wan-Bissaka, 89 > 90 Daniel James, 87 > 88 Dwight McNeil, 86 > 88 Reece James, 85 > 88 Max Aarons, 85 > 86/87 Todd Cantwell, 85 > 86 Aaron Ramsdale, 83 > 86 Michael Obafemi, 78 > 82 Billy Gilmour, 75 > 82 Premier League Predictions (Loaned Out) Ben White, 82 > 84 Tosin Adarabioyo, 82 > 83 Conor Gallagher, 82 > 83 Sam McCallum, 77 > 78/80 Marc Guehi, 76 > 78 Other Top Five Leagues Predictions Josh Maja, 82 > 83 Rabbi Matondo, 80 > 82 Predicted Starting Line-Up (Post Top Five League Predictions) Aaron Ramsdale (86) Aaron Wan-Bissaka (90) - Reece James (88) - Chris Mepham (85) - Max Aarons (87) David Brooks (87) - Tom Davies (86) Dwight McNeil (88) - Todd Cantwell (86) - Dan James (88) Josh Maja (83)
  23. Transfers In Jeremy Ngakia Age: 19 Rating: 70 Predicted Rating: 78 We're particularly pleased with the signing of Ngakia, who's been a regular in West Ham's side for the last few weeks. It's rare that you get the opportunity to bring in somebody who's making an impact in the Premier League so early on in their career, and we were fortunate in beating off competition for a number of teams for him. He's a real useful addition to the squad and we think he'll be here for some time. Minutes Played: 360, Goals: 0, Assists: 0, MotM: 0, Whoscored: 6.60
  24. Season 5, Turn 26 - Update After 25 games, we're closing down on our goal of our third successive promotion. With 13 games remaining, we have a 13 point lead over fourth placed Servette, and a superior goal difference. Servette are currently on course to reach 68 points this season, and that's usually enough for promotion, and with our current points projection we feel that four more wins will secure our promotion. There's very few guaranteed victories in this division, so we are going to have to fight for every one of those victories, but we do feel confident having won 18 of our first 25 games that we can do enough to guarantee promotion. Dan James has been vital for us in these games, with our last two games resulting in 1-0 wins with James scoring the winner in both games. He's been such a key man for us this season, and looks a certainty to win our Player of the Season award for the first team. Division 2 League Table 1. Persepolis (67 points) 2. HJK (58 points) 3. IFK Goteborg (50 points) - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 4. Servette (45 points) 5. Enyimba (42 points) 6. Melbourne Victory (41 points) 7. FC Tokyo (40 points) - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 8. Wigan Athletic (37 points) Clubs Top Scorers: D. James (12 goals), Maja (8 goals), Brooks (5 goals) Clubs Top Assists: D. James (9 assists), Maja (8 assists), Brooks (7 assists) Top Average Performances: James (7.29), Brooks (7.17), Wan-Bissaka (6.96)
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