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  1. Re: TOLOI, Rafael (86) - 9C - AC's Milan's newest signing Palermo also interested, it seems: http://translate.google.no/translate?hl=no&sl=pt&tl=en&u=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.lancenet.com.br%2Fnoticias%2F10-05-19%2F756336.stm Translated from portugese
  2. Re: Biggest Upcoming Risers Revisited Revisited, Argentina and Brazil Edition. I'de keep Gabbarini, Galeano and Machuca. Galeano for sure.
  3. Re: Leonel Galeano - 18 Y/O First team Defender in Argentina
  4. Re: Greener's Guide to risers around the world.... Super thread. Snapping up a few of these. Good work, mate
  5. Re: Jose Antonio SALCEDO, 18 years old (74 rated) --- First Choice Keeper Berthelin seems to be first choice since start of September.
  6. Re: Top Talents List - All Price/Ability Ranges They've appealed, and could get a suspension on the ban until the CAS have reached a decision. We'll know this month, hopefully.
  7. Re: Top Talents List - All Price/Ability Ranges As I have bought several of these players for my teams, and found this list very helpful, I have decided to an update on some the players on the 87+ - list. I've focused on the players were in bold on the list. Current rating and club in paranteses. So here they are, one year later: Goalkeepers: Igor Akinfeev 22/91 CSKA Moskva Still first choice at CSKA. Linked to both United and Arsenal Steve Mandanda 23/91 Marseille First choice. Penned new contract in September (till 2014) Hugo Lloris 22/90 Lyon First choice. Also for French national team Manuel Neuer 22/90 Schalke First choice. Caps for Germany U21 this summer. On his way to United. Rui Patricio 21/87 (88) Sporting Lisbon First choice. Linked to United Sergio Asenjo 19/87 (88) Valladolid (Atletico) Chose Atletico over United and Barcelona in July. 3 appereances so far (Jiminez got 3 and de Gea got 2). U20- and U21-player Sergio Romero 22/87 (88) AZ Alkmaar First choice for club and country. Stéphane Ruffier 22/87 Monaco First choice. Signed new contract till 2013 in July. Left-Backs: Gael Clichy 23/92 Arsenal Regular. Could be heading to Real Madrid in January or next summer. Paolo De Ceglie (LM) 22/88 Juventus Mostly subs so far. Rumours about Milan being interested. Erik Pieters 20/87 PSV Regular. U21 caps. Stefan Radu (CB) 22/87 Lazio 4 appearances so far. Right-Backs: Andreas Beck 22/88 TSG 1899 Hoffenheim Regular for club and Germany U21. Linked to Juventus Centre-Backs: Tortajada Raul Albiol (DM) 23/92 Valencia (Real Madrid) Transferred to Real in July. Regular for club and country. Ruano Alexis (RB) 23/89 Valencia Regular Sokratis Papastathopoulos 20/88 (87) Genoa Still not regular. A few caps for Greece. Gerard Pique (DM) 22/88 (90) Barcelona Regular for club and country. Thiago Heleno 20/88 (87) Cruzeiro Semi-regular this season. Loan-deal at Ajax collapsed in August. Other European clubs said to be interested. Dirk Marcellis (RB) 21/88 PSV Only 4 appereances so far, but got 2 caps in October. Was linked to Everton in March. Mamadou Sakho (LB) 19/87 PSG Still regular at a struggling PSG. 5 U21 caps. Linked to Arsenal and Bayern Munchen. Has resumed training after battle with swine flu! Neven Subotic 20/87 Borussia Dortmund Regular. 6 caps for Serbia. Tracked by several Premier League clubs. Renewed interest from Arsenal in August. Johan Djourou (DM) 21/87 (88) Arsenal Long term injury. Out rest of season. Still lots of potential. Hector Moreno 21/87 AZ Alkmaar First choice. Alkmaar hasn’t been able to follow up last season’s success, though. Was scouted by Arsenal. Mexico call-up again in October (got 90 minutes). Marvin Compper (LB) 23/87 TSG 1899 Hoffenheim (Germany Call-up) Regular. Still just that one call-up for Germany. Hoffenheim doing reasonably well these days. All-Round Defenders: Jan Vertonghen (DM) 21/88 Ajax First choice. 8 caps. Connected to Barcelona in August Left-Mids: Diego Capel (W) 20/90 Sevilla Mosty subs this season. Spain call-up in September. 5 U21 caps. Contract-talks postponed as of end of October, but current contract runs until 2011. Interest from Arsenal, Tottenham and Liverpool, among others, but seems to be content at Sevilla. Gabriel Cristian Rodriguez (AM) 22/89 (90) Porto Only 5 subs so far. First choice for Uruguay (15 caps). Sebastián Blanco (RM) 21/88 Lanus Regular. Royston Drenthe (LB) 21/88 Real Madrid 6 appearances so far. Apparently Real has changed their mind and now want to keep him, as he was on his way to Fiorentina in October. Right-Mids: González Jesus Navas (W) 23/91 (92) Sevilla Regular. Soares Renato Augusto (RM) 21/89 Bayer Leverkusen Regular but hampered by knee problems at the moment. Interest from Liverpool and Juventus. Tobias Weis (LM) 23/87 TSG 1899 Hoffenheim (Germany Call-up) Only 2 appearances so far. No more call-ups. Wingers: Ashley Young (F) 23/90 Aston Villa Regular. 2 caps. Interest from several big clubs. Marko Marin (AM) 20/89 Borussia Monchengladbach (Werder Bremen) Moved to Bremen in July. Regular. First call-up for Germany in September. 3 caps so far. Theo Walcott (F) 19/89 Arsenal Only 2 appearances so far. Hampered by injuries. Call-up for England in September. 6 caps since. Juan Manuel Mata (F) 20/89 (91)Villarreal (Valencia) First choice. 6 caps so far. Could be on his way to Barca. Axel Witsel (AM) 19/88 (89) Standard Liege 11 match ban after Wasilewski incident. 6 appearances so far. 5 caps. Tracked by several Premier League clubs. James Milner 23/88 (89) Aston Villa Regular. Call-up for England in September. Aaron Lennon 21/88 Tottenham First choice. 5 caps. Roy Beerens (F) 21/87 Heerenveen Regular but missed most matches in October due to injuries. Extended his contract in May (until 2013). Defensive-Mids: Ever Banega 20/88 Atlético Madrid (Valencia) Back at Valencia after a loan spell at Atletico last season. Regular. Turned down Everton this summer. Arsenal also said to be interested. Arturo Vidal (D) 21/88 Bayer Leverkusen Regular at Leverkusen who is currently at the top. 12 caps for Chile this year. Tracked by Milan and Lazio this summer. Centre-Midfielders: Luis Anderson 20/91 (AM) Man United Semi-regular this season. Call-up for Brazil in June. Filipe Joao Moutinho 22/91 Sporting First choice. 6 caps this year. Approaches from Everton rejected this summer. Also tracked by Real. John Obi Mikel (DM) 21/91 Chelsea Mostly subs this season. 6 caps for Nigeria. Hampered by ankle injury. Fernando Gago (DM) 22/91 Real Madrid Only 3 appearances. 12 caps for Argentina. Hampered by injuries. Marek Hamsik 21/90 Napoli First choice. 9 caps for Slovakia. Possible move to Chelsea in January. Mohamed Sissoko (DM) 23/90 Juventus 3 appearances. Injured. 3 caps for Mali. Targeted by Barca. Marouane Fellaini 20/89 (90) Everton Regular for club and country, despite his out-of-control afro . Rumors about Tottenham-interest. Zdravko Kuzmanovic 21/89 Fiorentina (Stuttgart) Moved to Stuttgart in August. Semi-regular at the struggling club. Stephen Ireland (RM) 22/89 (90) Man City Regular, but mostly subs lately. Self-imposed exile from national team (two years running). Pereira Neves Denilson 20/88 (89) Arsenal 4 appearances so far. Back trouble. Fabien Lemoine (DM) 22/88 Rennes Regular. Was on Juventus’ list last year. No news since. Claudio Marchisio (DM) 23/87 Juventus Injured since end of September. Regular. Call-up for Italy in August and September. Attacking-Mids: Josué David Silva (LM) 23/92 (93) Valencia First choice. 9 caps. United wants him and Villa. No surprise. Samir Nasri (LM) 21/92 Arsenal Fractured his leg in July, but is on his way back now. 1 cup match and 1 reserve match so far. 2 caps for France. Yoann Gourcuff 22/90 Bordeaux Regular for club and country. Targeted by several big clubs. The new Zidane, some say. Honorato Ederson (LM) 23/90 Lyon Mostly subs. Targeted by several big clubs Marques Carlos Eduardo (LM) 21/88 TSG 1899 Hoffenheim Still first choice. Viktor Fayzulin (W) 22/88 Zenit Semi-regular. Sebastian Giovinco (F) 22/88 Juventus 6 league appearances so far for “The Atomic Ant”. 4 U21 caps for Italy. Hampered by injuries. Alan Dzagoev (CM) 18/87 (88) CSKA Moskva First choice. 5 call-ups for Russia this year. Targeted by several big clubs. Forwards: Alexandre Pato 19/90 (92) Milan (Regular) Still regular. 4 call-up for Brazil. Rumored that Ancelotti wants his old pupil to join Chelsea. Gonzalo Higuain (W) 21/90 (92) Real Madrid (Regular) Just 6 appearances so far. Call-up for Argentina in October. Luis Suarez 21/90 Ajax First choice and captain for Ajax. Regular for country. Barca, United, the Milans and City are linked. Giuseppe Rossi (AM) 22/90 (91) Villarreal Regular. 8 caps for Italy this year. Villareal rejected offer from City this summer. Mauro Zarate 21/89 (90) Lazio First choice. Signed contract in May. Several Premier League clubs on the trail. Gabriel Agbonlahor (W) 22/89 Aston Villa Regular. Call-up for England in October. Stevan Jovetic (AM) 19/88 Fiorentina Regular for club and country. Lots of interest from other clubs, but wants to remain for the moment. Carneiro Keirrison 20/87 Coritiba (Benfica) Actually on loan from Barca. Only a few subs so far. Nordin Amrabat (AM) 21/87 (86) PSV 7 appeances, mostly subs. Opted to represent Morocco instead of Netherlands. Hampered by injuries. Djalo Yannick 22/87 Sporting 6 league appereances. Injured 2 months. Centre-Forwards: Edin Dzeko 23/89 VFL Wolfsburg Regular. 9 goals in 10 matches for Bosnia. Who doesn’t want to sign him… Alvaro Negredo 23/89 (90) Almeria (Sevilla) Moved to Sevilla in August. 9 appereances so far. First call-up for Spain in October. 2 goals against Bosnia on the 14th. Edison Cavani 22/88 (89) Palermo Regular. 8 caps for Uruguay. Wants to play for either Juventus or Chelsea, and it doesn’t seem unlikely that he will one day. Dieumerci Mbokani 23/88 (89) Standard Liege Regular for club and country. Several club interested, including Blackburn and Fulham. Fernando Llorente 23/88 (90) Athletic Bilbao Regular. 3 caps for Span this year. Currently in contract negotiations with Athletic.
  8. Re: If you want to make money buy these 26 players now
  9. Re: Paul Pogba It's official: http://www.soccerway.com/news/2009/October/08/french-player-pogba-joins-man-utd-from-le-havre/
  10. Re: Håvard NORDTVEIT I agree with the latter. He his definitely a prospect.
  11. Re: Dimitris CHRISTOFI Still a bit early to say, as they've only played 4 rounds so far. Even so, looking at the average rating of the team, I'de say he'll stay at 85.
  12. Re: Håvard NORDTVEIT Doubt he'll get much of a rise. Nurnberg are performing very poorly at the moment. The best rated defenders are Wolf (88) and Pinola (86). Maybe a +2' date=' if he continues to get appearances. Also mentioned in Phil's great thread here [url']http://forum.soccermanager.com/showthread.php?t=51248&page=11[/url]
  13. Re: French Ligue 1 & 2 (Risers Edition) You might also want to check out Johnny Placide, Jean-Armel Kana-Biyik and Maxime Le Marchand at Le Havre in Ligue 2. Placide have been playing all but one game this season, and has even got 3 U21 matches the last couple of months. He now seems to be first choice over veteran Revault, who was first choice last season when Le Havre was in Ligue 1. Kana-Biyik, another U21 player, has played all matches and Le Marchand, who's on loan from Rennes, have played all but one so far. Le Havre's average rating is around 85, so my predictions are as followed: Johnny Placide 21 GK 75 --> 80/81 7 appearances 630 minutes Jean-Armel Kana-Biyik 20 Def 75 --> 80/81 8 appearences 720 minutes Maxime Le Marchand 19 LB/LM 76 --> 80 7 appearances 622 minutes 1 goal
  14. Re: French Ligue 1 & 2 (Risers Edition) Posted a couple here: http://forum.soccermanager.com/showthread.php?t=51664
  15. Re: Bart Biemans Good work. He also played the second half for Belgium U21 against Finland on aug 12th. Think I'll snap him up
  16. Re: Jo Inge Berget . . .why is his rating so low ? Snap him up now ! I'de keep him. His loan contract with Lyn (from Udinese) expired at the end of august. Lyn are negotiating an extension on this contract with Udinese, but Molde FK have also joined the negotiations. Some Norwegian sports commentators are convinced he'll end up at Molde. Appearently, Berget himself has no interest of going back to Italy.
  17. Re: Marco Verratti Just got added
  18. Re: Rasmus ELM: Promising Swedish midfielder Got his first 14 minutes on the 12th against Den Haag. Also got a full 90 minutes for the Swedish national team against Hungary on the 5th and Malta on the 9th. Sweden won both matches, and Elm got an assist against Hungary. We'll see if he gets a chance again tonight against Nijmegen.
  19. Re: Serbian Superliga Riser No prob. And u never know with SM But u can generally see which way it's going, by looking at the avarage rating of the team. Then again, I'm no expert Oh, forgot one: Nicola LAZETIC 86 --> 86 I've bought quite a bunch of players from Serbia (thanks to your're thread), Croatia and Slovakia. Got Lekic literally minutes before his new rating was in U can always find good quality players there.
  20. Re: Serbian Risers Joines United in January
  21. Re: Serbian Superliga Riser Looks like some Serbian ratings are in: Crvena Zvezda: Nicola LAZETIC 86 --> 86 Dejan Lekic 78 --> 82 Aleksandar Jevtic 82 --> 83 Slavoljub Djordjevic 83 --> 83 Slavko Perovic 78 --> 82 Vladimir Bogdanovic 83 --> 83 Sasa Stamenkovic 84 --> 84 Milan Vilotic 81 --> 82 Vojvodina: Danijel Aleksic 82 --> 82 Dusan Tadic 85 --> 85 Alin Stoica 81 --> 81 Dragan Mrdja 83 --> 84 Mario Djurovski 81 --> 82 Boban Maksimovic 77 --> 77 Miroslav Vulicevic 84 --> 84 Mitar Pekovic 78 --> 80 Darko Lovric 79 --> 82 OFK Beograd: Nikola Simic 83 --> 83 Zoran Milovac 80 --> 80 Vojislav Stankovic 75 --> 75 FK Partizan Lamine Diarra 87 --> 87 Mladen Krstajic 88 --> 88 Sinisa Stevanovic 75 --> 77 Darko Bozovic 83 --> 80 Nenad Djordjevic 87 --> 87 Gabirel Cordova Cleo 80 - 84 Brana Ilic 78 --> 82 Adem Ljajic 82 --> 84 Will update as they keep coming
  22. Re: Serbian Superliga Riser Good work A few notes on Partizan: Brana Ilic is rated 78, not 85 (confused with Branka Ilic, perhaps?) He's in for a good rise, though, so he's worth checking out. Personally I don't think Diarra, Krstajic and Djordevic are in for a rise.
  23. Re: Jan Oblak Still Olimpija's first choice. He's also played two matches for the Slovenian U21 team against France and Belgium this month. Slovenia lost both matches. The average rating of the team is around 77-78, i guess, so I didn't really expect a much higher rating this time. But the kid's got potential
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