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4 minutes ago, zerocool1 said:

Can someone tell in what sequence Brazil is getting review coz I tried searching the table of 2020 and it's blank coz no game has been played yet for new season 

Go here https://www.sofascore.com/tournament/football/brazil/brasileiro-serie-a/325

 

then choose year 2019 on top . I think thats a pretty accurate order of their current review .

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57 minutes ago, Fon.leman said:

So it is Brasil now?

idk

43 minutes ago, Akhil said:

Can anyone suggest a fullback and defender (currently atleast 88 rated) & is due for a rise in the next review along with having a potential to reach 90+. Would prefer younger & value for money players.

Davies, maybe Lodi

18 minutes ago, zerocool1 said:

Can someone tell in what sequence Brazil is getting review coz I tried searching the table of 2020 and it's blank coz no game has been played yet for new season 

the 2019 season. but they were already reviewed.... no idea what's happening.

3 minutes ago, Nameless said:

Will most Espanyol players get the drop? Their relegation is guaranteed. 

Interesting question.

Roca and Darder are young and have played a lot so no. De Tomas joined in the winter and has been injured so unfair for him to drop too. Wu Lei has played well too.

Espanyol are tough to predict honestly. 

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38 minutes ago, Sir Rahul said:

idk

Davies, maybe Lodi

the 2019 season. but they were already reviewed.... no idea what's happening.

Interesting question.

Roca and Darder are young and have played a lot so no. De Tomas joined in the winter and has been injured so unfair for him to drop too. Wu Lei has played well too.

Espanyol are tough to predict honestly. 

Exactly!

Such talented team but everything went wrong this season. Reminds me of Yellow Submarine few years back. 

Do relegated teams get an earlier reviews like the promoted teams?

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9 minutes ago, LauraAFCA said:

Is the Argentinian review over, or can anyone still recommend some last minute risers? 

it's done

1 minute ago, Nameless said:

Exactly!

Such talented team but everything went wrong this season. Reminds me of Yellow Submarine few years back. 

Do relegated teams get an earlier reviews like the promoted teams?

nah, they get done along with the rest. Sad to see Espanyol potentially go down as they have some good talent, hopefully they can get good money for their best players and then rebuild.

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1 hour ago, Akhil said:

Can anyone suggest a fullback and defender (currently atleast 88 rated) & is due for a rise in the next review along with having a potential to reach 90+. Would prefer younger & value for money players.

Any other options apart from these 3?

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2 hours ago, Fon.leman said:

So it is Brasil now?

Yeah, wether it’s just some of the bottom clubs remains to be seen.

1 hour ago, Akhil said:

Can anyone suggest a fullback and defender (currently atleast 88 rated) & is due for a rise in the next review along with having a potential to reach 90+. Would prefer younger & value for money players.

Alphonso Davies which has been said is probably your best bet. There is also Renan Lodi and Theo Hernandez who are both potential 90+ players.

1 hour ago, zerocool1 said:

Can someone tell in what sequence Brazil is getting review coz I tried searching the table of 2020 and it's blank coz no game has been played yet for new season 

Go off the 2019 season, you will have to probably search for it on google.

1 hour ago, Nameless said:

Will most Espanyol players get the drop? Their relegation is guaranteed. 

I would be careful having any Espanyol players, SM can be unpredictable at times so I wouldn’t be surprised if some of there better players see a drop.

33 minutes ago, LauraAFCA said:

Is the Argentinian review over, or can anyone still recommend some last minute risers? 

No it’s done with.

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13 hours ago, JAMancini said:

Bruno Fernandes or Ndombele?

Ndombele's appearances are intermittent while Bruno's is outstanding pulling ManU into a different more effective team. If I had to give them a rating on their respective performances it would be NINE for Bruno and 4 or 5 or at best 6 for Ndombele's part time efforts earlier in season (not played much or at all recently).

ManU really look exciting at the moment with Bruno encouraging Pogba and the whole team to play much better recently. Exciting partnership developing if Pogba can remain interested in playing for ManU & not look for another club

10 hours ago, JOE GI said:

Fred +1?

I'd say he will become part time if Pogba remains interested so 60/40 no rise for Fred  

2 hours ago, Fon.leman said:

So it is Brasil now?

YES DEFINITELY. SM (SWIKI) have been to my mind, trying very hard to "hide", "Frustrate" what recent changes look like. ie confusing. But sooner or later it becomes clear ... Flum (12th) 15 players edited, Vasco De Gama (14th) 19 players editedToday after Cruzeiro and Ceara in recent days. It's Brazil.... 😀

Ps am still fatigued easily but will try to get some more updates of Germany done on my spreadsheet. How far I'll get I don't know, but done a few recently.... Cheers Socca I think Germany will follow shortly after Brazil as this makes sense to me and hopefully SM.

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14 hours ago, Kierans91 said:

Bruno Fernandes

Probablement Alli, pas trop sûr du temps de jeu que Carvajal obtiendra la saison prochaine avec Hakimi qui reviendra du prêt.

Obtenez Alli l'utiliser dans un accord lorsque son interdiction de transfert est en place.

 

Delalli stay92 and carvajal maybe 93 as well

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Chris Smalling should get +1 tbh, excellent season for Roma..
And what are the chances of Dennis Zakaria or Tielemans.

Or any other Prominent 90 rated player who will increase?

And what about Brozovic, Lukaku and Immobile?

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Hello mates! A short heads-up about my Brazil predictions from the other day. A couple of teams were already reviewed, so I am trying to fine-tune the predictions, and to understand the weak sides in my analysis and some kind of rationale behind SM choices.

 

Sport Recife and Bragantino should be the next two teams, tomorrow and the day after.

 

Goianiense:

Nicolas    78 to 80   +2   moved to Athletico Paranaense
Rodrigo Rodrigues    70 to 73   +3   moved to Paraná Clube

Coritiba:

Sabino    77 to 80   +3   yes
Juan Alano    76 to 80   +4   moved to Kashima Antlers
Thiago Lopes    78 to 80   +2   no
Romércio    73 to 77   +4   moved to Guarani
Patrick    75 to 77   +2   moved to Cruzeiro (it should be reviewed soon, 17th place)
Luiz Henrique    70 to 75   +5   73 +3

Sport Recife:

Charles    77 to 82   +5   moved to Ceará (it should be reviewed soon, 16th place)
Mailson    78 to 82   +4
Adryelson    78 to 82   +4
Leandrinho    78 to 80   +2   moved to Botafogo (it should be reviewed soon, 15th place)
João Igor    73 to 76   +3
Yan    75 to 76   +1

Bragantino:

Claudinho    80 to 82   +2
Leo Ortiz    78 to 82   +4
Barreto    78 to 80   +2
Wesley    77 to 80   +3
Matheus Peixoto    76 to 78   +2
Pedrinho    73 to 76   +3
Robinho    75    new player 73 new player

Alagoano:

Dawhan    76 to 78   +2   moved to Ponte Preta

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And I am also adding some new predictions. Beware of players who moved to some other team, since they might not increase in this session, or get a different update (I am not going to track down the career of all the 75-ish players out there). Hope you enjoy! :)

 

Ceará:

Cardoso    77 to 78   +1   (moved to Santos)
 

Botafogo:

Yuri    73 to 76   +3   (moved to Ponte Preta)
Igor Cassio    73 to 75   +2
Rhuan    70 to 73   +3
Lucas Barros    70 to 73   +3
Lucas Campos    70 to 73   +3

 

Fluminense:

Caio Henrique    82 to 83   +1 (moved to Atletico Madrid)
Nino    82 to 83   +1
Marcos Paulo    78 to 80   +2
Evanilson    76 to 78   +2
Miguel Silveira    70 to 76   +6

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2 hours ago, Nameless said:

Is Luan expected to decrease?

Which clubs from Brazil will @Sir Rahul be doing?

@thorgan lesar doesn't do Brazil. 

So we are exposed here.

Maybe it is time for me to do them!

EDIT: On second thoughts, I don't think I'll do Brazil. It's quite confusing as I'm not sure what criteria they'll use to review. Why can't they do the more urgent leagues...

1 hour ago, Arun said:

Chris Smalling should get +1 tbh, excellent season for Roma..
And what are the chances of Dennis Zakaria or Tielemans.

Or any other Prominent 90 rated player who will increase?

And what about Brozovic, Lukaku and Immobile?

Roma are 5th and unlikely to get CL, so Smalling is fine as is.

Zakaria and Tielemans have peaked at their club for now (Tielemans maybe next season).

Brozo stay, Lukaku and Immobile 93.

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On 4/3/2017 at 11:26 AM, Sir Rahul said:

BRAZIL SÉRIE A

Flamengo:

Santos:

Palmeiras:

Gremio:

Athletico Paranaense:

Sao Paulo:

Internacional:

Corinthians:

Fortaleza:

Goias:

Bahia:

Vasco da Gama:

Atletico Mineiro:

Fluminense:

Botafago FR:

Ceara:

RB Bragantino:

Sport Recife:

Coritiba:

Atletico Goianiense:

 

List of 86+ Brazil Serie A players:

Filipe Luis (Flamengo) 91

Dani Alves (Sao Paulo) 91

 

Giorgian de Arrascaeta (Flamengo) 90

Gabriel Barbosa (Flamengo) 90

Everton Soares (Gremio) 90

 

Vieira Luan (Corinthians) 89

Everton Ribeiro (Flamengo) 89

Rodrigo Caio (Flamengo) 89

Diego Alves (Flamengo) 89

Rodrigues Dudu (Palmeiras) 89

Lucas Lima (Palmeiras) 89

Alexandre Pato (Sao Paulo) 89

Torres Juanfran (Sao Paulo) 89

 

Conserva Fagner (Corinthians) 88

Ramos Cassio (Corinthians) 88

Bruno Henrique (Flamengo) 88

Santos Gerson (Flamengo) 88

Ribas Diego (Flamengo) 88

Marcio Rafinha (Flamengo) 88

Pedro Geromel (Gremio) 88

Walter Kannemann (Gremio) 88

Paulo Guerrero (Internacional) 88

Luiz Adriano (Palmeiras) 88

Gustavo Scarpa (Palmeiras) 88

Santos Ramires (Palmeiras) 88

Pereira Weverton (Palmeiras) 88

Carlos Sanchez (Santos) 88

 

Ademar Santos (Paranaense) 87

Diego Tardelli (Atletico Mineiro) 87

Juan Cazares (Atletico Mineiro) 87

Marinho Rodriguinho (Bahia) 87

Neto Zeca (Internacional/Bahia) 87

Keisuke Honda (Botafogo FR) 87

Delmino Pedrinho (Benfica/Corinthians) 87

Girotto Gabriel (Corinthians) 87

Benetti Ramiro (Corinthians) 87

Carlos Gil (Corinthians) 87

Coelho Vitinho (Flamengo) 87

Willian Arao (Flamengo) 87

Paulo Henrique Ganso (Fluminense) 87

Thiago Neves (Gremio) 87

Diego Souza (Gremio) 87

Victor Ferraz (Gremio) 87

Farias Vanderlei (Gremio) 87

Rodrigo Dourado (Internacional) 87

Ze Rafael (Palmeiras) 87

Bruno Henrique (Palmeiras) 87

Marcos Rocha (Palmeiras) 87

Gustavo Gomez (Palmeiras) 87

Vitor Hugo (Palmeiras) 87

Diogo Barbosa (Palmeiras) 87

Lucas Verissimo (Santos) 87

Cardoso Everton (Sao Paulo) 87

Tche Tche (Sao Paulo) 87

Manoel Reinaldo (Sao Paulo) 87

Fredy Guarin (Vasco da Gama) 87

 

Ricardo Oliveira (Atletico Mineiro) 86

Romulo Otero (Atletico Mineiro) 86

Igor Rabello (Atletico Mineiro) 86

Humberto Rever (Atletico Mineiro) 86

Guilherme Arana (Sevilla/Atletico Mineiro) 86

Fabio Santos (Atletico Mineiro) 86

Leandro Victor (Atletico Mineiro) 86

Vieira Clayson (Bahia) 86

Santos Cicero (Botafogo FR) 86

Vagner Love (Corinthians) 86

Junior Sornoza (Corinthians/Liga de Quito) 86

Guilherme Pedro (Fiorentina/Flamengo) 86

Pedro Rocha (Spartak Moscow/Flamengo) 86

Thiago Maia (Lille/Flamengo) 86

Gustavo Henrique (Flamengo) 86

Martins Rene (Flamengo) 86

Pacheco Henrique (Cruzeiro/Fluminense) 86

Araujo Egidio (Fluminense) 86

Souza Andre (Gremio) 86

Euler Alisson (Gremio) 86

Lucas Silva (Gremio) 86

Souza Maicon (Gremio) 86

David Braz (Gremio) 86

Bruno Cortez (Gremio) 86

Gabriel Boschilia (Internacional) 86

William Pottker (Internacional) 86

Bezerra Patrick (Internacional) 86

Rodrigo Lindoso (Internacional) 86

Santos Edenilson (Internacional) 86

Renzo Saravia (Porto/Internacional) 86

Victor Cuesta (Internacional) 86

Siqueira Willian (Palmeiras) 86

Felipe Melo (Palmeiras) 86

Bryan Ruiz (Santos) 86

Eduardo Sasha (Santos) 86

Ferreira Alison (Santos) 86

Felipe Pablo (Sao Paulo) 86

Anderson Hernanes (Sao Paulo) 86

Robert Arboleda (Sao Paulo) 86

Tiago Volpi (Sao Paulo) 86

Martin Benitez (Independiente/Vasco da Gama) 86

Bruno Cesar (Vasco da Gama) 86

If they are doing Brazil, I'm looking forward to seeing some of these players drop. For example: Filipe Luis, Dani Alves, Pato, Juanfran etc.

@Nameless Might be unfair for Luan to drop so soon, he dropped last August, moved to Corinthians in Jan so deserves some leeway.

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28 minutes ago, Sir Rahul said:

If they are doing Brazil, I'm looking forward to seeing some of these players drop. For example: Filipe Luis, Dani Alves, Pato, Juanfran etc.

@Nameless Might be unfair for Luan to drop so soon, he dropped last August, moved to Corinthians in Jan so deserves some leeway.

Be interesting to see who the big risers are.

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More updated updates from Germany below:-

Previous tables on pages 777, 779, 780, 781, 782, 783, 784.785,786,787, 788, 789, 790, 791,792,793, 794,795,796,797,798,799,800,801,803,804,805.806,807,808,810,811,812,813,814.816,817,818,819,821,822,823,824,825,826,827,828,829,830,831.832,833,834,835.836,837,839,841,842,844,845,855,856,857.860,864,866, 867.868,871,872,873,875,876,877,878,880,914,955 988 Be careful of the Reddish boxes where the higher rated players are more inclined towards performances rather than stats.

Minutes will vary game by game and league position also helps a lot. Anything over 0% indicates likely riser, higher the better/safer. Negative percentages don't predict a drop just less chances of a rise. The more games played the more accurate the predictions should be.

I am concentrating mainly on Younger under 89 rated players as these are more consistent risers and more profitable, Goal keepers are dealt with by SM in a completely different way, which is why I mostly also ignore Gk's 

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Again I have to remind about RED BOXES which I include mainly for interest as SM base their review more on performances rather than Stats. Hope to do more BUT probably with the NEW FINAL GERMAN STATS after the final weekend matches starting tomorrow. Cheers Socca 😃

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