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9 minutes ago, Eddie Howe said:

Looking for suggestions on young F(C), who are likely to get good first team minutes and a rise to 90 or more by the next update.

Diogo Jota. Tough situation though as there are so few true F(C) any more. But Jota is the best bet to go from his current 88 to a 90 for those 22 and under who are not already a 90 or higher. Oh, Lautaro Martinez as well, of course. Anything 87 or lower will almost definitely not get a 90 in one rating update.

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On 7/17/2019 at 8:19 PM, Milanista1 said:

https://forum.soccermanager.com/forum/1443-tactical-help/

Here is a link.

i'm not sure if it will be of much help. If it doesn't help,  just send me a personal message and I will try to advise you best I can. 

I'm no expert, but I have read some expert guides, and only recently beat a team with a 95 ratings average (my team average is 93)

This came after testing and trying different tactics which meant losing games to it, before I finally beat it again. 😁(he changes formation every season).

 

Thanks bro!.

I'll get back to you soon with details of matches I'll test it with,

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2 hours ago, Matthaios96 said:

Anyone think a straight swap of Mahrez for Bale is a good one? I know Bale is highly rated and will probably only go down from here, but just wondering if Mahrez has reached his peak yet?

I would wait to see if Bale moves to a top club first as RM will surely sell him, then do the swap. I think Bale is a player who can stay stable or even rise with a very good season at a top club behind him. 

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11 minutes ago, Milanista1 said:

I would wait to see if Bale moves to a top club first as RM will surely sell him, then do the swap. I think Bale is a player who can stay stable or even rise with a very good season at a top club behind him. 

That’s what I thought too, also they’re not that far age-wise and doesn’t seem likely that Mahrez will break the 91 barrier so it seems like a good deal. Because I’m the Man City manager, and don’t need any more attacking players what’s your thought of maybe asking for Militao + maybe someone like Brahim Diaz?

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36 minutes ago, Matthaios96 said:

That’s what I thought too, also they’re not that far age-wise and doesn’t seem likely that Mahrez will break the 91 barrier so it seems like a good deal. Because I’m the Man City manager, and don’t need any more attacking players what’s your thought of maybe asking for Militao + maybe someone like Brahim Diaz?

If u really require another CB and a youngish winger player then go for it, but remember those 2 are yet to really to hit it off at RM, so who knows how they will turn out to be. 

Good day. 

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5 hours ago, Matthaios96 said:

Anyone think a straight swap of Mahrez for Bale is a good one? I know Bale is highly rated and will probably only go down from here, but just wondering if Mahrez has reached his peak yet?

No. Mahrez has most likely peaked given his age and playing time at Man City, but he'll also keep his rating for a long time. Bale is a straight decliner as long as he prefers to sit the bench at Madrid instead of taking a pay cut and actually playing somewhere else.

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3 hours ago, Milanista1 said:

I would wait to see if Bale moves to a top club first as RM will surely sell him, then do the swap. I think Bale is a player who can stay stable or even rise with a very good season at a top club behind him. 

Respectfully, we totally disagree. Bale can remain stable if he moves and plays. He will never get a rating rise again. No chance at all. And given his stance about moving, there is actually a chance he essentially done as a player.

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3 hours ago, Matthaios96 said:

That’s what I thought too, also they’re not that far age-wise and doesn’t seem likely that Mahrez will break the 91 barrier so it seems like a good deal. Because I’m the Man City manager, and don’t need any more attacking players what’s your thought of maybe asking for Militao + maybe someone like Brahim Diaz?

I would take the MIlitao option in a heartbeat. Top young CB with ability to play RB as well. Best future by far of the three. And defenders are much more difficult to find than wings.

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1 hour ago, orango69 said:

after how long you MUST to receive a bid for players in transfer list? taking long time now without any offer and is impeding me to develop my team. thank you all. 

Depending on how many players you have listed, bids usually start within a week at the most IF the playing season is happening. If you are in the pre-season period or post-season period, bids tend to dry up until the counting matches start again.

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10 hours ago, Milanista1 said:

I think if MU have a great start to the season with De Gea improving his form, then i don't see him being at risk of dropping in the winter review. Although i think T.Courtois is the safer option (will probably cost less to).

Thanks mate. This is pretty much what I was thinking, given Courtois costs about 15 mill less than De Gea, and United being unpredictable and without Champions League football. 

Both are less than ideal options though IMO. I would have preferred one of Ederson, Allison, Oblak or Ter Stegen.

Any other lower rated GKs you can think of, who may hit a high ceiling in coming months?

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9 hours ago, tryn2rtr said:

He has been less than sharp with Spain, but absent a late season pair of errors, had a very strong season with ManU. In fact, Courtois was very poor with Madrid last season and plenty feel Navas should be kept as the starter there. As for Neuer, he has definitely taken a step back with his injuries as well. All are top GKs, but De Gea is the highest rated right now and the most likely to stay there of the three.

Thanks again for your perspective. I’m honestly not too keen on either, given De Gea is far more costly and United not inspiring much confidence right now. Quite a thin market out there for GKs in general I guess. 

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55 minutes ago, jimmy grimble said:

Thanks mate. This is pretty much what I was thinking, given Courtois costs about 15 mill less than De Gea, and United being unpredictable and without Champions League football. 

Both are less than ideal options though IMO. I would have preferred one of Ederson, Allison, Oblak or Ter Stegen.

Any other lower rated GKs you can think of, who may hit a high ceiling in coming months?

It seems funds are a problem for you, then getting T.Courtois is the best option. The only others I can suggest are B.Leno or A. Onana, but i don't think they can be as rated as T.Courtois any tme soon.

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On 7/18/2019 at 2:36 PM, Milanista1 said:

I hope it turns out to be a very good deal for you. I wouldn't sell the 3 you mentioned to bring in Thauvin. 

Go for J.Gaya: For now he is stable at 91, sell Hysaj.

Who else decent is available apart from Thauvin?

I got gaya, but now Hysaj is linked to a possible move to Tottenham if he indeed goes to Tottenham and Trippier is at Atletico de Madrid. I have them both, but they are my third choice. I've to sell one of them, which of them would you stay with? Trippier does look the better of both, but he's older and hysaj plays at both sides, so I don't know... Or would you sell both? I was thinking of it, but I began to question this with the change of teams that could be good for both.

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4 hours ago, jimmy grimble said:

Thanks mate. This is pretty much what I was thinking, given Courtois costs about 15 mill less than De Gea, and United being unpredictable and without Champions League football. 

Both are less than ideal options though IMO. I would have preferred one of Ederson, Allison, Oblak or Ter Stegen.

Any other lower rated GKs you can think of, who may hit a high ceiling in coming months?

How high a ceiling mate? Gollini has great potential as he is an 87 right now, just got an increase and will be playing the CL this upcoming season. Nubel is an 86, but will be the #1 GK at Schalke this season. Farinez is an 85 and is rumored to be targeted by a few European clubs as he is already the Venezuela #1. A little higher rated is Lafont who will be back in France at Nantes and looking to take the next step forward as well as Maignan who is very good, has great potential, is already an 89 and will be playing CL football this season as well.

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3 hours ago, Milanista1 said:

It seems funds are a problem for you, then getting T.Courtois is the best option. The only others I can suggest are B.Leno or A. Onana, but i don't think they can be as rated as T.Courtois any tme soon.

I like the Onana call, but would avoid Leno. Not playing CL, will see no time with his NT, and is stuck behind a truly awful defense that he will struggle to look good behind no matter how well he actually performs. Onana's issue is he is maxed out playing in The Netherlands as he is not even the #1 for his country, which makes no sense to me, but so it goes. As I shared elsewhere, I'd go after Maignan, who is an 89, in France, and will also be playing CL this season if looking for a young 88-91 rated GK.

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1 hour ago, Troianos77 said:

I got gaya, but now Hysaj is linked to a possible move to Tottenham if he indeed goes to Tottenham and Trippier is at Atletico de Madrid. I have them both, but they are my third choice. I've to sell one of them, which of them would you stay with? Trippier does look the better of both, but he's older and hysaj plays at both sides, so I don't know... Or would you sell both? I was thinking of it, but I began to question this with the change of teams that could be good for both.

If Trippier were really of the level, Spurs would not be so willing to let him go without a ready made replacement. Personally, I'd sell both and try to sign a player like Pereira, Lazaro, or Dumfries. All are true RBs, 25 or younger, rated 87 or higher and will likely see increases in their future.

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3 hours ago, Troianos77 said:

I got gaya, but now Hysaj is linked to a possible move to Tottenham if he indeed goes to Tottenham and Trippier is at Atletico de Madrid. I have them both, but they are my third choice. I've to sell one of them, which of them would you stay with? Trippier does look the better of both, but he's older and hysaj plays at both sides, so I don't know... Or would you sell both? I was thinking of it, but I began to question this with the change of teams that could be good for both.

I agree with what tryn2rtr.

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