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Re: 2012/13 Player Ratings!! Rising Moneymakers!!

Is it worth swapping BEN YEDDAR for JACKSON MARTINEZ?

Yeah' date=' I would do that swap.

I would. Then shortlist Ben Yedder and buy him back in 4 months, if you are selling him to an external club.

Its 10 weeks mate, so nearly 2 and half months.

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Is it worth swapping BEN YEDDAR for JACKSON MARTINEZ?

ALL depends on what GW you are in' date=' and how long you want to stay there for. If you are looking at more than 2 years then Keep Yedder, if not then take Jackson

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What about Jackson Martinez?

He has been on terrific form this season for Porto, whether in Primeira Liga, whether in Champions League.

He has 24 goals in 22 appearances and 3 goals in Champions league.

On SM, he's currently a 26 year-old with 86. Next update. Will he raise only +2? To 88? His numbers for a first season in Porto are even slightly better than Falcão's first season in Porto which is now 92!!

In my opinion, he deserves a straight 90.

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What about Jackson Martinez?

He has been on terrific form this season for Porto' date=' whether in Primeira Liga, whether in Champions League.

He has 24 goals in 22 appearances and 3 goals in Champions league.

On SM, he's currently a 26 year-old with 86. Next update. Will he raise only +2? To 88? His numbers for a first season in Porto are even slightly better than Falcão's first season in Porto which is now 92!!

In my opinion, he deserves a straight 90.[/quote']

lol Noways he will get 88/89

:P

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lol Noways he will get 88/89

:P

I think that's pretty unfair for him and for Porto. I know Portuguese League is a low league, but Porto is a "big fish in a small pond". So I think some players from Porto and a few from Benfica are really underrated.

Falcão showed that when you are very good in Portugal, you are very good in everywhere.

Jackson Martinez is technically better than Cardozo which is 90 and consistently scores 1 goal per game. Which PL has his stats nowadays?

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I think that's pretty unfair for him and for Porto. I know Portuguese League is a low league' date=' but Porto is a "big fish in a small pond". So I think some players from Porto and a few from Benfica are really underrated.

Falcão showed that when you are very good in Portugal, you are very good in everywhere.

[b']Jackson Martinez is technically better than Cardozo which is 90 and consistently scores 1 goal per game. Which PL has his stats nowadays?[/b]

LOL how so, mate cardozo is better, anyways Falcao didnt just rise +4 after 20 odd games

:eek: I'm telling you he might get 90+ in the future but defo not next review :)

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I think that's pretty unfair for him and for Porto. I know Portuguese League is a low league' date=' but Porto is a "big fish in a small pond". So I think some players from Porto and a few from Benfica are really underrated.

Falcão showed that when you are very good in Portugal, you are very good in everywhere.

[b']Jackson Martinez is technically better than Cardozo which is 90 and consistently scores 1 goal per game. Which PL has his stats nowadays?[/b]

LOL how so, mate cardozo is better, anyways Falcao didnt just rise +4 after 20 odd games

:eek: I'm telling you he might get 90+ in the future but defo not next review :)

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LOL how so' date=' mate cardozo is better, anyways Falcao didnt just rise +4 after 20 odd games

:eek: I'm telling you he might get 90+ in the future but defo not next review :)[/color']

LOL mate cardozo isn't better, cardozo has 2 more goals in Portuguese league, but scored like 6 from penalty kicks lol.

Jackson only scored 1 penalty kick, only had 1 opportunity to score. If he had those opportunities, he would be the isolate goalscorer leader.

Maybe not that much better right now, but at the same level. So 90.

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LOL mate cardozo isn't better' date=' cardozo has 2 more goals in Portuguese league, but scored like 6 from penalty kicks.

Jackson only scored 1 penalty kick.

Maybe not that much better right now, but at the same level.[/quote']

Really?

:eek:

On what planet does only Goals and random stats mean a player is better than another? what about previous seasons, assists, passing, shots on target, played against etc.

Cardozo is better no point in arguing. Just because Martinez is having a good season so far doesnt automatically make him better than players that have been amazing for years and years.

Jackson Stats

90 from 201

Cardozo stats

101 from 118 :)

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Really?

:eek:

On what planet does only Goals and random stats mean a player is better than another? what about previous seasons' date=' assists, passing, shots on target, played against etc.[/color']

Cardozo is better no point in arguing. Just because Martinez is having a good season so far doesnt automatically make him better than players that have been amazing for years and years.

90 from 201

101 from 118

:)

Interesting your stats. Jackson is 3 years younger but he has 83 more games than cardozo. Since i remember, cardozo was almost never injured, so i assume he played all the time. So i ask you: does cardozo started to play when he had 23 only in Benfica? or he played a lot more games in paraguay? but for jackson, it's all counted, Porto, Jaguares and Medellin, even games he never played.

So about Jackson, from 2005 to 2008, according to your stats, he doesn't have a single goal scored but he made 96 games in Medellin. In this 96 games he never played a single minute. Don't you find it strange? Maybe this happened because he never played this 96 games. He was a youngster at that time (18-21 years old).

So, according to the same stats, Jackson from the day he started in senior teams, has 95 appearances and 90 goals. So a 0.95 average goal/game. While Cardozo, from the day he went to Benfica, has 118 appearances and 101 goals, which gives him an 0.86 average goal/game.

And if we would add Cardozo while in paraguay, without Benfica's offensive production, his average goal/game would drop even further. In 2003-2004, 20 goals in 34 appearances (3 Febrero), from 2004 to 2006, 22 goals in 63 appearances (Nacional Asuncion), and in 2006-2007 21 goals in 33 appearances. (Newell's Old Boys). (wikipedia.org)

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Interesting your stats. Jackson is 3 years younger but he has 83 more games than cardozo. Since i remember' date=' cardozo was almost never injured, so i assume he played all the time. So i ask you: does cardozo started to play when he had 23 only in Benfica? or he played a lot more games in paraguay? but for jackson, it's all counted, Porto, Jaguares and Medellin, even games he never played.

So about Jackson, from 2005 to 2008, according to your stats, he doesn't have a single goal scored but he made 96 games in Medellin. In this 96 games he never played a single minute. Don't you find it strange? Maybe this happened because he never played this 96 games. He was a youngster at that time (18-21 years old).

So, according to the same stats, Jackson from the day he started in senior teams, has 95 appearances and 90 goals. So a 0.95 average goal/game. While Cardozo, from the day he went to Benfica, has 118 appearances and 101 goals, which gives him an 0.86 average goal/game.

And if we would add Cardozo while in paraguay, without Benfica's offensive production, his average goal/game would drop even further. In 2003-2004, 20 goals in 34 appearances (3 Febrero), from 2004 to 2006, 22 goals in 63 appearances (Nacional Asuncion), and in 2006-2007 21 goals in 33 appearances. (Newell's Old Boys). (wikipedia.org)[/quote']

Stop being silly, ill get those stats for you and then you'll see.

CARDOZO IS BETTER PERIOD.

http://www.transfermarkt.co.uk/en/scar-cardozo/leistungsdaten/spieler_45865_gesamt.html

Goals to games 58.4%

http://www.transfermarkt.co.uk/en/jackson-martinez/leistungsdaten/spieler_74418_gesamt.html

Goals to games 57.4%

And playing for poorer clubs in his career.

SO there end of debate, you happy now? :P

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