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5 hours ago, Donatr said:

Fabian Ruiz or Milik which one to sign I have a complete squad dont need either of them just signing one for later transactions? Which one will hit 90 first? 

I'd go for Milik personally. Not sure Ruiz will get enough game time to hit 90 next review but Milik might, plus his goals record this season is excellent. 

2 hours ago, zsp2 said:

Swap Van de Beek for Maximilian Arnold?

Is a competitive game world, long time prospective.

Thanks

If it's long term I'd keep van de Beek. Should rise in the Dutch review, possibly even a +2. Still only 21 and already an international player. 

1 hour ago, liamgriff said:

Is youngster William Bianda of Roma worth keeping? 

Unless you need the money or it's a short term GW I'd keep him. Might be a while before he gets in the first team but people who know a lot more about him than me thought he was worth spending several million on.

On 1/10/2019 at 6:06 PM, Krooss25 said:

Opinions on Potential of the following please by numbers? I.e. 90+ etc or keep sell I'm after world beaters 

Leon Bailey leverkusen keep

Juan Miranda Barca tough to predict a world beater at that age, but I'd keep for now at least

Badieshile as monaco ^^same^^

Maycon shakter sell

Mukiele th Leipzig sell

Piere-gabriel as monaco sell

Noussair mazraoui ajax keep, certainly until after the Dutch review. 

Many thanks much appreciated as I know this takes time up 

@Kev @Sir Rahul

It could be argued that you should keep them all for now because they're all so young and it can be difficult to know what will happen. I'm not sure any of them will become properly world class and get up to 93 or above. Put my thoughts in bold anyway, hopefully it's of some use. 

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11 minutes ago, Kev said:

I'd go for Milik personally. Not sure Ruiz will get enough game time to hit 90 next review but Milik might, plus his goals record this season is excellent. 

If it's long term I'd keep van de Beek. Should rise in the Dutch review, possibly even a +2. Still only 21 and already an international player. 

Unless you need the money or it's a short term GW I'd keep him. Might be a while before he gets in the first team but people who know a lot more about him than me thought he was worth spending several million on.

It could be argued that you should keep them all for now because they're all so young and it can be difficult to know what will happen. I'm not sure any of them will become properly world class and get up to 93 or above. Put my thoughts in bold anyway, hopefully it's of some use. 

Awesome thankyou I've just got way too many players in my youth team so need to move some on just so difficult to do bought them to sell on for money but ended up hanging on to so many lol 

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5 hours ago, liamgriff said:

Is youngster William Bianda of Roma worth keeping? 

William Bianda seems a great prospect. Roma spent 6 mil + bonus for him. Until now he was aggregate to the youth team (Primavera).

In january he should go on loan to Crotone or in serie B, where he should be a starter, he is a long term prospect

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1 hour ago, Amar said:

How has Leroy Sane not got a 93?

He has out performed Sadio Mane for example both last season and this season so far. 

He also won the league as well.

Is anyone else surprised by this?

 

 

Because he already got a rise based on the majority of last season, didn't play in the world cup, and also was not playing at the start of this season. Granted, his form lately has been impressive but SM can't base their ratings on performances from the last couple of months. 

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@thorgan lesar a while ago you asked about a concern that I hadn't encountered myself, i.e. "lack of opportunity at the club". Now I've found a manager with a few players that have such a concern. Seems it isn't a synonym for lack of games, as someone claimed it was, but a different area of concern:

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He has a few 22-23yo's with this particular concern but these players are so far down the pecking order that they have zero opportunity to play in the future. I doubt this concern goes away by putting those players on the bench, as was suggested, and actually playing them might not even help (a couple of them have more games under their belt than needed seeing they "only expect to play a few (if any) of the number of turns").

Loaning out a player with such a concern probably will prevent it getting worse. To get rid of it completely: sell the player, buy him back and then loan him out (so he doesn't develop any concerns to begin with). If you can sell to an external club the transfer ban expires after 1 week. That's a relatively easy/quick fix.

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I have a question of my own about the addition of different areas of concern. E.g. imagine a player with both a level 4 concern (about being loaned out) and a level 1 concern (about his lack of games). Will your Chairman automatically place this player on the Transfer List (adding up both areas of concern)? Or will he only be transfer-listed when he develops a level 5 concern in one particular area of concern? For example, is it possible for a player to simultaneously have a level 4 concern (about being loaned out) and a level 4 concern (about his lack of games)? I.e. two level 4 concerns (= two "major concerns") but neither are level 5 ones (= "Transfer request").

Regarding the value of a player I've seen that the different areas of concern are added up. IDK if this applies to being transfer-listed as well.

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Just now, STX said:

Who would you sign: J. Mario,  Pellegrini,  Betancur or Illaramendi?  Any chance that the first 3 would rise to 91 as Illaramendi has? 

 

Add Danilo Pereira in this group, too. 

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On 1/11/2019 at 12:44 PM, Krooss25 said:

Maximiliano eggestein werder midfielder how good is he as I haven't seen him since he first broke through ? 

Axel tuanzebe man u on loan keep or sell? 

@Middle_Finger @TMCosta @thorgan lesar

I rate him but he won't go above 89 if he stays at Bremen. 

No idea about tuanzebe hence didn't answer. 

PS: Feels privileged to be tagged by Krooss25. 

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2 hours ago, 1000dB said:

I have a question of my own about the addition of different areas of concern. E.g. imagine a player with both a level 4 concern (about being loaned out) and a level 1 concern (about his lack of games). Will your Chairman automatically place this player on the Transfer List (adding up both areas of concern)? Or will he only be transfer-listed when he develops a level 5 concern in one particular area of concern? For example, is it possible for a player to simultaneously have a level 4 concern (about being loaned out) and a level 4 concern (about his lack of games)? I.e. two level 4 concerns (= two "major concerns") but neither are level 5 ones (= "Transfer request").

Regarding the value of a player I've seen that the different areas of concern are added up. IDK if this applies to being transfer-listed as well.

 

Chairman sells at a level 5 concern. You can have level 4 Loaned out and Level 2 lack of opportunity for example and still not be sold. just one concern has to hit 5 to trigger the transfer listing

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1 hour ago, AlfonDaddy said:

I wouldn’t mind. If folk don’t like it then they simply don’t need to answer

Okay, thanks. :) Here it goes:

Berke Özer

Jusuf Gazibegovic

Gustavo Castro

Maximilian Wöber (now Sevilla FC)

Ibrahima Konaté

Alois Dominik Oroz

Claudio Gomes

Yacine Adli

Jonathan Gonzàlez

Amadou Haidara

Arne Maier

Marcel Ruiz

Umaro Embalo

Takefusa Kubo

Ryan Sessegnon

Alphonso Davies

Patson Daka

Karim Adeyemi

Erling Braut Håland

Pietro Pellegri

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3 minutes ago, thorgan lesar said:

Okay, thanks. :) Here it goes:

Berke Özer don't know

Jusuf Gazibegovic don't know 

Gustavo Castro don't know

Maximilian Wöber (now Sevilla FC) keep

Ibrahima Konaté keep

Alois Dominik Oroz

Claudio Gomes keep

Yacine Adli keep 

Jonathan Gonzàlez

Amadou Haidara keep

Arne Maier

Marcel Ruiz

Umaro Embalo possible star 

Takefusa Kubo

Ryan Sessegnon keep 

Alphonso Davies keep 

Patson Daka

Karim Adeyemi

Erling Braut Håland

Pietro Pellegri 50/50

Others i don't know who they are 

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7 hours ago, nofoff said:

Because he already got a rise based on the majority of last season, didn't play in the world cup, and also was not playing at the start of this season. Granted, his form lately has been impressive but SM can't base their ratings on performances from the last couple of months. 

 

What has the World Cup got to do with it? VVD didn't play and Sterling for example didn't do anything of note in the World Cup either. Sterling for example has scored JUST 2 more goals than Leroy Sane in the league as their assists remain virtually the same in the league.

If you look at Sane for example in comparison to Mane in the league.

17/18

Leroy Sane

32 games 10 goals and 15 assists in the league

Sadio Mane

29 games 10 goals and 7 assists in the league.

18/19

Leroy Sane

19 games 7 goals and 7 assists

Sadio Mane

19 games 8 goals and 1 assist

 

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