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1 hour ago, gyanthecat said:

I think they will find a compromise way before that. Otherwise, I agree all players from those clubs shouldn't be allowed to play for their national teams in official competitions. Half of the players would leave the sinking ship in no time.

The trouble is, it wouldn't be a compromise. It would be giving in to extortion, which is an entirely different thing. The only way to deal with this is to impose sanctions and wish them the best of luck with their league. The sooner they're gone, the better.

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2 minutes ago, lemontrees said:

 

The trouble is, it wouldn't be a compromise. It would be giving in to extortion, which is an entirely different thing. The only way to deal with this is to impose sanctions and wish them the best of luck with their league. The sooner they're gone, the better.

I totally agree. Unfortunately, it is not for me to decide, otherwise there would be rivers of blood in the streets and the guillotines wouldn't stop working until the heads of all those greedy rich people would roll*. Gyan's justice is harsh and implacable.

 

*I reject all charges of incitement to violence and rebellion. I don't really own any guillotines.

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1 minute ago, gyanthecat said:

I totally agree. Unfortunately, it is not for me to decide, otherwise there would be rivers of blood in the streets and the guillotines wouldn't stop working until the heads of all those greedy rich people would roll*. Gyan's justice is harsh and implacable.

 

*I reject all charges of incitement to violence and rebellion. I don't really own any guillotines.

Ha! I don't have any reactions left, sadly, but :D

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2 hours ago, Id rather be in SW19 said:

Please tell me the best to worst of these and which i can sell now ie wont rise next big 5 review

N Aguerd, D Kamenovic, Z Sanusi, C Neva, R Sessegnon

My first choices are 89/90 rated so these wont play

Thanks

Sell Kamenovic

Rest of them could get +1s

50 minutes ago, gyanthecat said:

I totally agree. Unfortunately, it is not for me to decide, otherwise there would be rivers of blood in the streets and the guillotines wouldn't stop working until the heads of all those greedy rich people would roll*. Gyan's justice is harsh and implacable.

 

*I reject all charges of incitement to violence and rebellion. I don't really own any guillotines.

hahaha 

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Sorry if this is the wrong place but can someone please get Ayoub Assal onto the database? he is 1.72m tall, 65 KG born 21/2/2002 born uk but played for Morocco U20 both footed, AM RLC scored 4 goals and hit woodwork twice and had one cleared off the line in the last match so could/should have been 7 goals in 9 appearances and will not be in league 1 for very long. (unless AFC Wimbledon can convince him to sign on the dotted line.) Transfermarkt says 1 assist but he creates so many chances with his pace and passing and gets fouled so often we get free kicks in great positions.

Thanks and worth buying in small game worlds or for the long term.

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5 hours ago, Kieran_S91 said:

Antonio Rudiger if Chelsea win the UCL perhaps, maybe Savic but no clear cut risers there in my opinion.

Dildo brothers 🤣🤣🤣👏

I don’t think we could ever go back to fans owning clubs again in the EPL unfortunately.

 

5 hours ago, keefmj said:

yep. not to mention the likes of west ham dildo brothers who wanted to null and void last season because they were afraid of relegation.

all these owners are greedy and something needs to change generally. all clubs being fan owned would the ideal scenario. or at least partially like in Germany. 

Actually Gold is a West Ham fan I believe and it wasn't Gold and Sullivan who wanted to Null and void the season because of relegation. 

It was Karren Brady who wanted to Null and Void the season :(

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Seeing as the J.League might be the next league to be reviewed, I thought I'd recycle the bargain bucket to try and dig out some cheap risers for everyone, so here goes:

(To clarify, columns are Team, Name, Age, Mins in 2021 season, SM rating, SM value)

<£100k

Sagan Tosu Y. Higuchi 24 904 67 £36,000
Vissel Kobe T. Yamakawa 23 856 65 £28,000
Consadole Sapporo T. Kaneko 23 785 70 £80,000
Gamba Osaka K. Kurokawa 24 347 70 £80,000

£100k – £199k

Shonan Bellmare S. Tanaka 18 692 63 £100,000
Sagan Tosu F. Honda 19 527 63 £100,000
Kashima Antlers Y. Oki 21 810 65 £160,000
Kawasaki Frontale Y. Wakizaka 25 747 73 £180,000
Shonan Bellmare S. Machino 21 501 70 £180,000

£200k – £299k

Tokushima Vortis T. Kishimoto 23 901 74 £240,000
Vissel Kobe D. Maekawa 26 900 75 £260,000
Sanfrecce Hiroshima H. Araki 24 883 75 £280,000
Shonan Bellmare Y. Ohashi 24 877 73 £200,000
Shonan Bellmare H. Ishihara 22 810 73 £280,000
FC Tokyo T. Watanabe 24 659 73 £200,000
Kashiwa Reysol T. Ominami 23 630 73 £200,000
Nagoya Grampus Y. Soma 24 582 75 £280,000
Oita Trinita K. Haneda 23 452 73 £200,000
FC Tokyo G. Hatano 22 450 70 £260,000
Kashima Antlers A. Ueda 22 449 70 £240,000

£300k – £399k

Avispa Fukuoka H. Mae 25 971 76 £300,000
Shonan Bellmare K. Tani 20 900 73 £300,000
Nagoya Grampus Mateus 26 887 78 £380,000
Sagan Tosu D. Matsuoka 19 850 75 £340,000
Shonan Bellmare T. Okamoto 28 836 78 £344,000
Kashima Antlers K. Machida 23 810 76 £320,000
Vegalta Sendai J. Slowik 29 810 78 £348,000
Sanfrecce Hiroshima S. Higashi 20 807 73 £300,000
Kawasaki Frontale Jesiel 27 803 78 £359,000
Sagan Tosu S. Nakano 17 799 73 £300,000
Cerezo Osaka A. Seko 20 689 73 £300,000
Tokushima Vortis J. Fujita 19 557 76 £360,000
Kashima Antlers R. Araki 19 521 73 £300,000
Vissel Kobe Y. Kobayashi 20 444 73 £300,000
Shimizu S-Pulse Yuito Suzuki 19 338 75 £340,000

£400k – £599k

Kawasaki Frontale M. Yamane 27 1080 80 £595,000
Sagan Tosu Eduardo 27 990 80 £586,000
Nagoya Grampus S. Inagaki 29 925 80 £566,000
Shimizu S-Pulse Yoshinori Suzuki 28 900 80 £577,000
Shimizu S-Pulse Thiago Santana 28 863 80 £575,000
Oita Trinita Y. Misao 30 646 80 £557,000
FC Tokyo Adailton 30 629 80 £507,000
Consadole Sapporo Kim Min-Tae 27 627 80 £594,000
Cerezo Osaka R. Harakawa 27 626 80 £590,000
Nagoya Grampus R. Yamasaki 28 610 80 £566,000

£600k – £1m

Kawasaki Frontale A. Tanaka 22 991 78 £600,000
Sanfrecce Hiroshima K. Osako 21 990 78 £1,000,000
FC Tokyo R. Ogawa 24 820 80 £800,000
Kashiwa Reysol T. Koga 22 810 78 £700,000
Yokohama F. Marinos S. Hatanaka 25 810 80 £700,000
Vissel Kobe Y. Goke 21 793 78 £600,000
Kawasaki Frontale K. Mitoma 23 719 80 £800,000
Nagoya Grampus K. Miyahara 25 657 80 £700,000
Avispa Fukuoka T. Kanamori 27 655 80 £700,000
Shimizu S-Pulse R. Takeuchi 30 642 81 £733,000
Cerezo Osaka J. Nishikawa 19 377 70 £600,000

Thoughts always welcome, let me know if you have any questions!

My best buy would be Ao Tanaka. Played almost every game for Kawasaki Frontale last season and this season – this is the team that won the league, the AFC Champions League and are top of the league again. Would be surprised if he didn't reach 82.

@Sir Rahul – slight tangent, but I'm happy to help with tidying the J.League on Soccerwiki if you'd like the help, feel free to DM me about it if so.

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3 hours ago, gyanthecat said:

I totally agree. Unfortunately, it is not for me to decide, otherwise there would be rivers of blood in the streets and the guillotines wouldn't stop working until the heads of all those greedy rich people would roll*. Gyan's justice is harsh and implacable.

 

*I reject all charges of incitement to violence and rebellion. I don't really own any guillotines.

Liberty, Equality, Fraternity!

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21 hours ago, keefmj said:

theres no way the super league will happen. it is just a power play by those clubs to get more control/money/whatever out of uefa.

and this greed is nothing new. the formation of the premier league, the expansion of the champions league, etc. all were about greed and consolidating the power of the "bigger" clubs. this is the just the natural continuation of that combined with letting hedge funds and sports washing dictatorships buy clubs

 

I initially though it was a power play, but I don't think it is anymore. The owners are sticking with it. The only thing that could stop it, is player/fan/manager power and courts.

12 hours ago, Kieran_S91 said:

Jose Mourinho sacked by Tottenham Hotspur, I thought talk of the super league would of been the only major sporting news story today 😯

Daniel Levy is a genius. The perfect day to sack Jose! It will be small print on the back pages.

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3 hours ago, Id rather be in SW19 said:

Sorry if this is the wrong place but can someone please get Ayoub Assal onto the database? he is 1.72m tall, 65 KG born 21/2/2002 born uk but played for Morocco U20 both footed, AM RLC scored 4 goals and hit woodwork twice and had one cleared off the line in the last match so could/should have been 7 goals in 9 appearances and will not be in league 1 for very long. (unless AFC Wimbledon can convince him to sign on the dotted line.) Transfermarkt says 1 assist but he creates so many chances with his pace and passing and gets fouled so often we get free kicks in great positions.

Thanks and worth buying in small game worlds or for the long term.

Not me, but maybe someone else will 

2 hours ago, brocky64 said:

Seeing as the J.League might be the next league to be reviewed, I thought I'd recycle the bargain bucket to try and dig out some cheap risers for everyone, so here goes:

(To clarify, columns are Team, Name, Age, Mins in 2021 season, SM rating, SM value)

<£100k

Sagan Tosu Y. Higuchi 24 904 67 £36,000
Vissel Kobe T. Yamakawa 23 856 65 £28,000
Consadole Sapporo T. Kaneko 23 785 70 £80,000
Gamba Osaka K. Kurokawa 24 347 70 £80,000

£100k – £199k

Shonan Bellmare S. Tanaka 18 692 63 £100,000
Sagan Tosu F. Honda 19 527 63 £100,000
Kashima Antlers Y. Oki 21 810 65 £160,000
Kawasaki Frontale Y. Wakizaka 25 747 73 £180,000
Shonan Bellmare S. Machino 21 501 70 £180,000

£200k – £299k

Tokushima Vortis T. Kishimoto 23 901 74 £240,000
Vissel Kobe D. Maekawa 26 900 75 £260,000
Sanfrecce Hiroshima H. Araki 24 883 75 £280,000
Shonan Bellmare Y. Ohashi 24 877 73 £200,000
Shonan Bellmare H. Ishihara 22 810 73 £280,000
FC Tokyo T. Watanabe 24 659 73 £200,000
Kashiwa Reysol T. Ominami 23 630 73 £200,000
Nagoya Grampus Y. Soma 24 582 75 £280,000
Oita Trinita K. Haneda 23 452 73 £200,000
FC Tokyo G. Hatano 22 450 70 £260,000
Kashima Antlers A. Ueda 22 449 70 £240,000

£300k – £399k

Avispa Fukuoka H. Mae 25 971 76 £300,000
Shonan Bellmare K. Tani 20 900 73 £300,000
Nagoya Grampus Mateus 26 887 78 £380,000
Sagan Tosu D. Matsuoka 19 850 75 £340,000
Shonan Bellmare T. Okamoto 28 836 78 £344,000
Kashima Antlers K. Machida 23 810 76 £320,000
Vegalta Sendai J. Slowik 29 810 78 £348,000
Sanfrecce Hiroshima S. Higashi 20 807 73 £300,000
Kawasaki Frontale Jesiel 27 803 78 £359,000
Sagan Tosu S. Nakano 17 799 73 £300,000
Cerezo Osaka A. Seko 20 689 73 £300,000
Tokushima Vortis J. Fujita 19 557 76 £360,000
Kashima Antlers R. Araki 19 521 73 £300,000
Vissel Kobe Y. Kobayashi 20 444 73 £300,000
Shimizu S-Pulse Yuito Suzuki 19 338 75 £340,000

£400k – £599k

Kawasaki Frontale M. Yamane 27 1080 80 £595,000
Sagan Tosu Eduardo 27 990 80 £586,000
Nagoya Grampus S. Inagaki 29 925 80 £566,000
Shimizu S-Pulse Yoshinori Suzuki 28 900 80 £577,000
Shimizu S-Pulse Thiago Santana 28 863 80 £575,000
Oita Trinita Y. Misao 30 646 80 £557,000
FC Tokyo Adailton 30 629 80 £507,000
Consadole Sapporo Kim Min-Tae 27 627 80 £594,000
Cerezo Osaka R. Harakawa 27 626 80 £590,000
Nagoya Grampus R. Yamasaki 28 610 80 £566,000

£600k – £1m

Kawasaki Frontale A. Tanaka 22 991 78 £600,000
Sanfrecce Hiroshima K. Osako 21 990 78 £1,000,000
FC Tokyo R. Ogawa 24 820 80 £800,000
Kashiwa Reysol T. Koga 22 810 78 £700,000
Yokohama F. Marinos S. Hatanaka 25 810 80 £700,000
Vissel Kobe Y. Goke 21 793 78 £600,000
Kawasaki Frontale K. Mitoma 23 719 80 £800,000
Nagoya Grampus K. Miyahara 25 657 80 £700,000
Avispa Fukuoka T. Kanamori 27 655 80 £700,000
Shimizu S-Pulse R. Takeuchi 30 642 81 £733,000
Cerezo Osaka J. Nishikawa 19 377 70 £600,000

Thoughts always welcome, let me know if you have any questions!

My best buy would be Ao Tanaka. Played almost every game for Kawasaki Frontale last season and this season – this is the team that won the league, the AFC Champions League and are top of the league again. Would be surprised if he didn't reach 82.

@Sir Rahul – slight tangent, but I'm happy to help with tidying the J.League on Soccerwiki if you'd like the help, feel free to DM me about it if so.

This is immense work mate. I will DM you.

1 hour ago, AnthonyKegher17 said:

At the defensive position, who is best: De Jong, Lenglet, De Ligt, or Ruben Dias?

And will any of them get a rise in the next review?

Thanks! 😁

Dias will rise

I will go with him or de Ligt

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6 hours ago, gyanthecat said:

I think they will find a compromise way before that. Otherwise, I agree all players from those clubs shouldn't be allowed to play for their national teams in official competitions. Half of the players would leave the sinking ship in no time.

Uefa are no better with their proposals. They plan to reform the Champions League by allowing teams to get wildcards. 

The major issue that exists already is that there are a core number of clubs that are too powerful and have massive financial advantage over the majority. 

We all love an underdog story but it becomes harder each season.

TV companies have too much power. Sky being the worst of all probably 

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4 hours ago, crvena_zvezda said:

I initially though it was a power play, but I don't think it is anymore. The owners are sticking with it. The only thing that could stop it, is player/fan/manager power and courts

I'm pretty sure that football fans won't really stop it from happening. There's been a steadily increasing positive opinion about the ESL on social media, lot of people falling for Perez's BS. Not to mention all the paid fake accounts that spread propaganda. 

Majority of football fans are opposed to ESL, as things stand, but a lot of them don’t care about the “small clubs”, it’s just that people hate change, especially huge ones like this. They’ll all move on, join the bandwagon soon and will tune in to watch ESL. The ones who swear not to watch it, I really feel like, at some point they’re gonna budge too.

The UEFA has no moral high ground either, the new CL reforms are disgraceful too, just that it’s the lesser of the two evils.

Teams won’t pull out, fans won’t stop watching, I hope UEFA wins it at court.

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SWIKI REPORT (20/04/21)

Over 17 pages this morning with many random nations being edited from Tanzania, Venezuela, Ivory Coast and more. I’ve focused on the remainder of the MLS.

USA 🇺🇸 (MLS)

FC Dallas - 1
Colorado Rapids - 2
Columbus Crew - 1
D.C United - 14
Houston Dynamo - 1
Los Angeles FC - 1
Seattle Sounders - 1
Inter Miami CF - 1

Thanks for reading and have a great day

Cheers Kieran 😁

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5 hours ago, Sir Rahul said:

If we still think it's a power play, have a look at Florentino Perez' comments tonight... they are really quite something.

Looks like ESL will happen. Whether it will be successful or how successful is in the hands of the supporters. 

It's backed by hugely successful businessmen and bank rolled by JP Morgan so I imagine they know and forecasted every possible scenarios. 

The people in Africa, China, etc doesn't even know how severe the situation is and is probably very excited about ESL. 

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On 10/21/2020 at 9:06 AM, Kieran_S91 said:

One for the future

Someone worth investing in is Marcos Leonardo (17) he’s grown so much in October scoring his first senior goal in the league and scoring the winner last night in the Libertadores.

04/10/20 —- Goias 2-3 Santos

20/10/20 —- Santos 2-1 Defensa Y Justicia ️ 

SM rating - 67

Value - 280k

 

On 4/15/2021 at 7:37 AM, Kieran_S91 said:

SWIKI REPORT (15/04/21)

Just over 10 pages this morning, China and the Middle East dominates most pages with a sprinkle of Finland and some more position changes with Wolverhampton Wanderers.

Also a couple of names due a rise are Flavius Daniliuc and Marcos Leonardo, they are both among the edits so expect a rise soon (Daniliuc today* 😂)

Finland 🇫🇮 

FC Lahti - 8
FC Honka - 11
PK-35 Vantaa - 1

China 🇨🇳 

Shenzhen FC - 13
Guangzhou - 7
Liaoning Shenyang Urban - 3
Chongqing Liangjiang Athletic - 3
Shanghai Shenhua - 1
Xinjiang Tianshan Leopard - 1
Changchun Yatai - 3
Chengdu Better City - 4
Wuhan - 1
Shaanxi Chang’an Athletic - 1
Nantong Zhiyun - 1
Beijing Guoan - 3
Hebei Elite - 4
Shandong Taishan - 2
Hebei - 3
Zibo Cuju - 5
Wuhan Three Towns - 1
Kunshan FC - 4
Beijing Renhe - 1

Thanks for reading and have a great day

Cheers Kieran 😁

Marcos Leonardo (17) got a rise this morning +9 was edited last Thursday.

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14 hours ago, Sir Rahul said:
17 hours ago, Id rather be in SW19 said:

Please tell me the best to worst of these and which i can sell now ie wont rise next big 5 review

N Aguerd, D Kamenovic, Z Sanusi, C Neva, R Sessegnon

My first choices are 89/90 rated so these wont play

Thanks

Sell Kamenovic

Rest of them could get +1s

Thanks for this, he has signed for Lazio hasnt he? but I guess he wont be a starter there

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16 hours ago, Id rather be in SW19 said:

Please tell me the best to worst of these and which i can sell now ie wont rise next big 5 review

N Aguerd, D Kamenovic, Z Sanusi, C Neva, R Sessegnon best 2 Bolded!

My first choices are 89/90 rated so these wont play

Thanks

Sell Kamenovic, 

 

Aguerd is definite riser, Sessegnon could rise but close, Neva estimated on my spreadsheet, BUT Sanusi looks great on Stats (I'm going to buy him now) 😀 :-

Z Sanusi Porto 2nd 36.8% 2 87 36.8%
Nayef Aguerd Rennes 7th 42.8% 2 87 39.5% 39.4% 42.8%
Ryan Sessegnon On Ln Hoffnhm -3.7% 1 86 -3.7%
Carlos Neva Granada 8th   +6.7% 1 86

 

12 hours ago, AnthonyKegher17 said:

At the defensive position, who is best: De Jong, Lenglet, De Ligt, or Ruben Dias?

And will any of them get a rise in the next review?

 

Thanks! 😁

Ruben Dias is a must buy for now +1 and future a few more +1's up to 95ish Long term

3 hours ago, FORAG said:

Cucurella or Kabak?

Cucurella

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