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With regards to @hoochy koochy's post, I agree that this has become a catch-all thread for deals, buy/sell/keep and new players etc. I can understand why people would post questions that are unrelated

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31 minutes ago, MagnusCarlsen said:

SM rate players on how they performed 1-2-3 years ago. Dembele is better than 95% of all 90-91 rated wingers/attacking midfielders, but they dont give a sh!!t.

I have long since advocated reviews being more Dynamic. For example say someone like Rooney was rated 96 & showed poor form & was dropped from first team then his fall from 96 could be enacted much more quickly than the 6 to 7years it has taken. Probably by now & certainly in recent times his drop could have been to 85 by now. Then lets say he got really fit & started scoring goals aplenty again. Then by the end of next season his 85 could be reversed to 90/92 in that season alone. More excitement & more profit for managers who recognise this return to form first.

Similary for Dembele who could hit say 93 while playing top form for a big club & penalised if he then lost form & then went back to 89. Players form would be a crucial estimation for a season to come. Everyone would make mistakes & great successes as players form yo-yo'd. A "Mbappe type" player 75 rated going up to 90 in a season??

Would this be too much? A massive transfer fight to get your hands on potential greats??

Of course SM = Slow Motion & therefore no way this will happen, so it's just a "dynamic flight of fancy" on my part. :rolleyes:

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34 minutes ago, Soccahappy said:

I have long since advocated reviews being more Dynamic. For example say someone like Rooney was rated 96 & showed poor form & was dropped from first team then his fall from 96 could be enacted much more quickly than the 6 to 7years it has taken. Probably by now & certainly in recent times his drop could have been to 85 by now. Then lets say he got really fit & started scoring goals aplenty again. Then by the end of next season his 85 could be reversed to 90/92 in that season alone. More excitement & more profit for managers who recognise this return to form first.

Similary for Dembele who could hit say 93 while playing top form for a big club & penalised if he then lost form & then went back to 89. Players form would be a crucial estimation for a season to come. Everyone would make mistakes & great successes as players form yo-yo'd. A "Mbappe type" player 75 rated going up to 90 in a season??

Would this be too much? A massive transfer fight to get your hands on potential greats??

Of course SM = Slow Motion & therefore no way this will happen, so it's just a "dynamic flight of fancy" on my part. :rolleyes:

yep...like this idea a lot

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6 minutes ago, jimmy grimble said:

Looking for a relatively cheap goalkeeper (value 3m or so) who will rise and give a significant profit eventually.

Thinking Ruben Blanco (Celta Vigo, 21 yrs, 83 rated , 2.6m), though he has been injured of late.

Any other options to consider? Dragowski, Didillon come to mind... opinions appreciated.

Milinkovic-Savic (could replace Hart next season), Mitryushkin, Posavec, Schwolow, Pacheco, Skorupski are options + those two you mentioned.

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11 minutes ago, jimmy grimble said:

Looking for a relatively cheap goalkeeper (value 3m or so) who will rise and give a significant profit eventually.

Thinking Ruben Blanco (Celta Vigo, 21 yrs, 83 rated , 2.6m), though he has been injured of late.

Any other options to consider? Dragowski, Didillon come to mind... opinions appreciated.

Mitryushkin, Milinkovic-Savic, Pickford (Sunderland are going down though), Batalla (will have to wait a while for another rise), Strakosha and Darlow are other good options to consider

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T.Hernandez- +3 to 86

Locatelli- +3 to 86

Petagna- +3 to 86

Gagliardini- +4 to 87

Strakosha- +4 to 84

Diakhaby- +5 to 85

M.Lopez- +5 to 85

Zambo Anguissa- +4/+5 to 84/85

Gnagnon- +5 to 85

Jailson- just rose

T.Davies- +8 to 84

Soler- +5 to 83

J.Stephens- +5 to 83

Havertz- +5 to 83

Odriozola- +6 to 82

Caprari- stay

Gregoritsch- stay

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