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Re: The 4 Nation Challenge v.2 Noisy this morning: Logs into SM Hmm, what?... Stephan EL SHAARAWY has moved to Hannover 96 (Mark M.) from AC Milan (Sir Sean) on a deal believed to be around

Re: The 4 Nation Challenge v.2 Thought id do a quick breakdown the transfer balances and profit made from the rise in value of the purchases. Newcastle 50m Spent - 54.4m Current Value Southampton

Re: The 4 Nation Challenge v.2 Just for you Smut

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Ed Moses earned a draw with Southampton against Sevilla.

The match ended 1 - 1 between Southampton and Sevilla in their Division 1 fixture.

Draxler was on the scoresheet for his side.

Now officially off to a jittery start I think although with 56% possession I'm disappointed not to take all three points.

Interesting tactical battle there Dan, like you say was a bit of a free for all in the end!

Also slipped into the red by £72k so not a great night at all.

Only four teams have lost less than me, but I need to start maximising points.

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Had to rest a few players and as a result of this we ended up losing. Needing some depth I feel.

This usually happens when you play a full side in the cup two days before a league game, at least the cup game went well for you though.............Oh wait nope, all the English disappeared in the first round of that :eek:

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sorry Ed

a bit too complicated for me to understand.

UDINESE are off to England for a holiday on the south coast, taking in a friendly game in Bournemouth.

we are having to stay in London for most of the holiday as there isn't anywhere expensive enough to stay on the coast but if we enjoy our short break we might buy Bournemouth and build some luxury hotels so we can enjoy the standards the rich are used to, for our return visits.

our expensive 91 rated side will go be playing the friendly with the same commitment as though it is a league game and hopefully the 91 rated impoverished Bournemouth reserves will do the same.

Noisy, are you allowed to delete posts that are repeated over and over again?

it just 7% of all posts on this thread are the same and seems to be putting people off writing on here.

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sorry Ed

a bit too complicated for me to understand.

UDINESE are off to England for a holiday on the south coast' date=' taking in a friendly game in Bournemouth.

we are having to stay in London for most of the holiday as there isn't anywhere expensive enough to stay on the coast but if we enjoy our short break we might buy Bournemouth and build some luxury hotels so we can enjoy the standards the rich are used to, for our return visits.

[b']our [/b]expensive 91 rated side will go be playing the friendly with the same commitment as though it is a league game and hopefully the 91 rated impoverished Bournemouth reserves will do the same.

Noisy, are you allowed to delete posts that are repeated over and over again?

it just 7% of all posts on this thread are the same and seems to be putting people off writing on here.

Hang on, you've spent £55m more than me to simply get the same rated starting 11?

Hahahahahahahaha! Quality! Brilliant stuff.

Meanwhile, Bournemouth will be really pushing the boat out for the arrival of the Billionaires. Drogba and Gerrard are banging out the Sandwiches, Sturridge is in charge of the fizzy pop, Hendo is doing the crisps. Valdes was supposed to be doing the cocktail sausages but every time he puts the oven gloves on he drops the tray. Jovetic is making paper chains to put up. We had to find a job for Phil Jones - he will be collecting the paper plates in after the hospitality and is very excited to have been given two black bin bags. He hasn't stopped gurning in excitement - Draxler even made him a "Waste Disposal Technician" badge.

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Re: The 4 Nation Challenge v.2

Total transfer Kitty’s To Date Across Nations

Sevilla

Budget : £50m

Transfers Out: £106.6m

Total Kitty : £156.6m

Valencia

Budget : £50m

Transfers Out: £77.7m

Total Kitty : £127.7m

Real Sociedad

Budget : £50m

Transfers Out: £65.7m

Total Kitty : £115.7m

Athletic Club

Budget : £50m

Transfers Out: £120.9m

Total Kitty : £170.9m

Espania Combined Transfer Power: £570.9m

Wolfsburg

Budget : £50m

Transfers Out: £48.9m

Total Kitty : £98.9m

Hoffenheim

Budget : £50m

Transfers Out: £99.8m

Total Kitty : £149.8m

Mochengladbach

Budget : £50m

Transfers Out: £37.4m

Total Kitty : £87.4m

Hanover

Budget : £50m

Transfers Out: £54.9m

Total Kitty : £104.9m

Ze German’s Combined Transfer Power: £341.0m

Everton

Budget : £50m

Transfers Out: £42.4m

Total Kitty : £92.4m

Southampton

Budget : £50m

Transfers Out: £41.7m

Total Kitty : £91.7m

Swansea

Budget : £50m

Transfers Out: £48.2m

Total Kitty : £98.2m

Newcastle

Budget : £50m

Transfers Out: £125.7m

Total Kitty : £175.7m

Engerlaand’s Combined Transfer Power: £458m

AC Milan

Budget : £50m

Transfers Out: £159.4m

Total Kitty : £209.4m

SS Lazio

Budget : £50m

Transfers Out: £98m

Total Kitty : £148m

Udinese

Budget : £50m

Transfers Out: £84.3m

Total Kitty : £134.3m

ACF Fiorentina

Budget : £50m

Transfers Out: £106.7m

Total Kitty : £156.7m

Capacino’s Combined Transfer Power: £648.4m

The Capacino’s Combined Transfer Power: £648.4m

Espania Combined Transfer Power: £570.9m

Engerlaand’s Combined Transfer Power: £458m

Ze German’s Combined Transfer Power: £341.0m

Any chance of an updated version of this Ed?

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Any chance of an updated version of this Ed?

Sevilla

Budget : £50m

Transfers Out: £155.2m

Total Kitty : £205.2m

Current Squad Value : £225.3m

Valencia

Budget : £50m

Transfers Out: £ 101.9m

Total Kitty : £ 151.9m

Current Squad Value : £ 219m

Real Sociedad

Budget : £50m

Transfers Out: £ 159m

Total Kitty : £ 209m

Current Squad Value : £212.1m

Athletic Club

Budget : £50m

Transfers Out: £ 157.4m

Total Kitty : £ 207.4m

Current Squad Value : £ 205.3m

Espania Combined Transfer Power: £ 773.5m

Current Combined Squad Values : £ 861.7m

Wolfsburg

Budget : £50m

Transfers Out: £ 117.5m

Total Kitty : £ 167.5m

Current Squad Value : £231m

Hoffenheim

Budget : £50m

Transfers Out: £ 144.1m

Total Kitty : £ 194.1m

Current Squad Value : £ 212.6m

Gladtomunchmewayback

Budget : £50m

Transfers Out: £ 104.1m

Total Kitty : £ 154.1m

Current Squad Value : £ 186.8m

Hanover

Budget : £50m

Transfers Out: £ 127.2m

Total Kitty : £ 177.2m

Current Squad Value : £ 186.1m

Ze German’s Combined Transfer Power: £ 692.9m

Current Combined Squad Values : £ 816.5m

Everton

Budget : £50m

Transfers Out: £ 83.7m

Total Kitty : £ 133.7m

Current Squad Value : £ 225.3m

Bournemouth

Budget : £50m

Transfers Out: £ 79.1m

Total Kitty : £ 129.1m

Current Squad Value : £ 193.7m

Swansea

Budget : £50m

Transfers Out: £ 108m

Total Kitty : £ 158m

Current Squad Value : £ 191.8m

Newcastle

Budget : £50m

Transfers Out: £ 151.6m

Total Kitty : £ 201.6m

Current Squad Value : £ 239.2m

Engerlaand’s Combined Transfer Power: £ 622.4m

Current Combined Squad Values : £ 850m

AC Milan

Budget : £50m

Transfers Out: £ 196.9m

Total Kitty : £ 246.9m

Current Squad Value : £ 276.3m

SS Lazio

Budget : £50m

Transfers Out: £ 150.4m

Total Kitty : £ 200.4m

Current Squad Value : £ 203.2m

Udinese

Budget : £50m

Transfers Out: £ 135.4m

Total Kitty : £ 185.4m

Current Squad Value : £ 231.8m

ACF Fiorentina

Budget : £50m

Transfers Out: £ 165.2m

Total Kitty : £ 215.2m

Current Squad Value : £ 257.8m

Capacino’s Combined Transfer Power: £ 847.9m

Current Combined Squad Values : £ 969.1m

The Capacino’s Combined Transfer Power: £ 847.9m

Espania Combined Transfer Power: £ 773.5m

Ze German’s Combined Transfer Power: £ 692.9m

Engerlaand’s Combined Transfer Power: £ 622.4m

The Capacino’s Combined Squad Values: £ 969.1m

Espania Combined Squad Values: £ 861.7m

Engerlaand’s Combined Squad Values: £ 850m

Ze German’s Combined Squad Values: £ 816.5m

So…….

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Re: The 4 Nation Challenge v.2

Looking at my numbers at Valencia.. did you count the players I have on loan (Negredo, Rodrigo, Zucculini and Cancelo) And the players I have loaned out in that calculation?

If not I'm amazed how I've managed to build Valencia to one of the most powerful ones with just 150M :D

Either way, always a fun read Ed. :)

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tremendous effort Ed' date=' even if your flow chart is factually incorrect and your transfer stat's are only relative to how each nation has played the market.[/quote']

Cheers mate, in truth it was pretty simple to collate.

Oh and the insuation that Italy's superior financial standing is as of a result of better use of transfer values is, well, amusing ;)

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Oh and the insuation that Italy's superior financial standing is as of a result of better use of transfer values is' date=' well, amusing ;)[/quote']

erm, what insinuation ???? :confused: if you're going to make smart arse comments like that lets see you back it up lad.

you want an ACCURATE reading on it you need the values of the players not sold and the money left in each teams account - or else it's an incomplete picture. some teams have cash left, some don't, at this stage gates etc are already affecting the balances, and some people have sold larger percentages of their team.

the wiser you spend your money the better your squad value as well don't forget. so if you want to include squad values then our use of the transfer market is a factor(as well as everyone else's use of it)

for squad values, you also need to allow for loaned in/out players.

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erm' date=' what insinuation ???? :confused: if you're going to make smart arse comments like that lets see you back it up lad.

you want an ACCURATE reading on it you need the values of the players not sold and the money left in each teams account - or else it's an incomplete picture. some teams have cash left, some don't, at this stage gates etc are already affecting the balances, and some people have sold larger percentages of their team.

the wiser you spend your money the better your squad value as well don't forget. so if you want to include squad values then our use of the transfer market is a factor(as well as everyone else's use of it)

for squad values, you also need to allow for loaned in/out players.[/quote']

Nerve.

I touched it.

:D

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erm' date=' what insinuation ???? :confused: if you're going to make smart arse comments like that lets see you back it up lad.

you want an ACCURATE reading on it you need the values of the players not sold and the money left in each teams account - or else it's an incomplete picture. some teams have cash left, some don't, at this stage gates etc are already affecting the balances, and some people have sold larger percentages of their team.

the wiser you spend your money the better your squad value as well don't forget. so if you want to include squad values then our use of the transfer market is a factor(as well as everyone else's use of it)

for squad values, you also need to allow for loaned in/out players.[/quote']

All true and correct, yes there are teams like Wolfsburg who have still 50+ million worth of original players that could be sold, clubs like Valencia with 25 million worth of squad value made up with loan players, Champions league teams (AC Milan, Fiorentina, Lazio, Everton) earning from CL games already, Europa league clubs (Sevilla, Wolfsburg, Newcastle, Atletic Club, Valencia & Sociedad) earning from Europa games.

But I still liked the work Ed, looks and reads like a daily Mail article. :)

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Re: The 4 Nation Challenge v.2

If anyone is going to watch Bournemouth reserves tomorrow night, please feel free to get there early and pop in to the Oxfam tent.

Udinese have sponsored this and have made sure it will be open early for the arrival of the home players and management.

Not only will they be handing out clothing and food parcels but also advice for those with money issues.

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