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Belgian risers --> this link: Risers in Belgium

Not realy. Portugal is very capable of doing something like that

Individual rapport Yari Verschaeren   Age: 17 Position: AM(RLC) Nationality: Belgium Team: RSC Anderlecht SM Value: 280K SM Rates: 70 Minutes: 526 minutes

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17 hours ago, SJain said:

Hi Thorgan, what is your opinion on Jere Uronen? Was being linked with Arsenal earlier this month.

Will rise for sure. He is a nice player and he can play on a higher level, but not in a top team like Arsenal FC. He signed a new contract by the way in KRC Genk, so possible these rumours were just to negiotate the terms of his new contract :) 

 

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On 12/24/2018 at 7:41 PM, 1000dB said:

Boyata has been better for Belgium than Ciman yet, like Ciman, for me Boyata is a stop-gap measure. I prefer Kabasele, who's even younger, but I think Bobby likes Boyata's attributes better (and his team plays dominant football). Denayer had a few discipline issues but that seems to have been ironed out now; plus he looks great on the ball. Engels and Foket not doing badly either in Ligue 1.

I've been calling to give Vanheusden a look in for a long time. Yes I know I've been banging on about him and, to a lesser extent, Denayer, a few of my posts to serve as an example:

https://forum.soccermanager.com/topic/161185-belgian-football-season-18-19-8-other-countries-for-example-the-netherlands/?tab=comments#comment-3183981

https://forum.soccermanager.com/topic/161185-belgian-football-season-18-19-8-other-countries-for-example-the-netherlands/?page=29&tab=comments#comment-3205791

https://forum.soccermanager.com/topic/161185-belgian-football-season-18-19-8-other-countries-for-example-the-netherlands/?page=8&tab=comments#comment-3185351

https://forum.soccermanager.com/topic/161185-belgian-football-season-18-19-8-other-countries-for-example-the-netherlands/?page=10&tab=comments#comment-3186721

@thorgan lesar do you have Vanheusden down as the top prospect for Belgium's backline (based on his games for Standard)? Who, born around the same year(s), will give him the most competition?

 

Merry X-mas everybody

Yeah Vanheusden is a top prospect on this moment. Vanheusden is the only central defender who is developping well, but there is also Sebastiaan Bornauw who has potential. In Anderlecht it's not good at all on this moment and Bornauw isn't secure enough on this moment. Faes isn't an option. I see a great future for Killian Sardella, Siemen Voet and Loïc Masscho but they aren't yet in the first team. A bit too young for the moment

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Some rumours these days

1) Casper De Norre (21 years old, Belgium)

(STVV --> KRC Genk, 90 %)

2) Jesus Carlinhos (24 years old, Brazil)

(Standard Luik --> Fluminense, 40 %)

3) Nihad Mujakic (21 years old, Bosnia)

(FK Sarajevo --> KV Kortrijk, 100 %)

4) Thomas Kaminski (26 years old, Belgium)

(KV Kortrijk --> KAA Gent, 30 %)

5) Alexis Saelemaekers (19 years old, Belgium)

(RSC Anderlecht --> Arsenal FC, 5 %)

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Despite Belgium's best result at the World Cup hardly any ratings were bumped up. T.Hazard didn't play much in Russia (earned a +1 for his BuLi performances) unlike e.g. Carrasco (his rating going down seems fair though). Courtois was great in Russia, especially against Brazil in the quarters, and virtually won every award he was eligible for this year. You'd expect a +1 if the World Cup has an impact.

Courtois has been on 93 for four years now while silverware has been flowing in. When he got his last +1 he was still at Atleti (back when they were much poorer), having been crowned Champions of Spain, winning the Spanish Cup, Europa League winners, UEFA Super Cup winners and CL finalists (+ a massive haul of individual honours: GK of the year, Zamora trophies, TOTY, CL TOTY, etc. plus setting la Liga records). In subsequent reviews Courtois kept contributing to his club's trophy cabinet and being showered with individual awards yet he hasn't received a +1.

 Some, not even all, honours that he contributed to since his last +1:
- Premier League Champions in 2015
- League Cup in 2015
- European Championship quarterfinalists in 2016
- Premier League Champions in 2017
- Premier League Golden Glove in 2017
- FA Cup in 2018
- Bronze at the 2018 World Cup
- FIFA World Cup Golden Glove 2018 (and Dream Team)
- The Best FIFA Goalkeeper 2018
- IFFHS World's Best Goalkeeper 2018 (and World Team)
- Club World Champions in 2018

By accumulation, since the Atleti days, his rating should definitely have increased by now. Considering how trophy-laden 2018 was it's very hard to argue his rating should have remained unchanged during this review.

 

PS yet another award:

 

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43 minutes ago, 1000dB said:

Despite Belgium's best result at the World Cup hardly any ratings were bumped up. T.Hazard didn't play much in Russia (earned a +1 for his BuLi performances) unlike e.g. Carrasco (his rating going down seems fair though). Courtois was great in Russia, especially against Brazil in the quarters, and virtually won every award he was eligible for this year. You'd expect a +1 if the World Cup has an impact.

Courtois has been on 93 for four years now while silverware has been flowing in. When he got his last +1 he was still at Atleti (back when they were much poorer), having been crowned Champions of Spain, winning the Spanish Cup, Europa League winners, UEFA Super Cup winners and CL finalists (+ a massive haul of individual honours: GK of the year, Zamora trophies, TOTY, CL TOTY, etc. plus setting la Liga records). In subsequent reviews Courtois kept contributing to his club's trophy cabinet and being showered with individual awards yet he hasn't received a +1.

 Some, not even all, honours that he contributed to since his last +1:
- Premier League Champions in 2015
- League Cup in 2015
- European Championship quarterfinalists in 2016
- Premier League Champions in 2017
- Premier League Golden Glove in 2017
- FA Cup in 2018
- Bronze at the 2018 World Cup
- FIFA World Cup Golden Glove 2018 (and Dream Team)
- The Best FIFA Goalkeeper 2018
- IFFHS World's Best Goalkeeper 2018 (and World Team)
- Club World Champions in 2018

By accumulation, since the Atleti days, his rating should definitely have increased by now. Considering how trophy-laden 2018 was it's very hard to argue his rating should have remained unchanged during this review.

 

PS yet another award:

 

Yep, he deserved a +1 indeed. But I expect - if he continues like this in Madrid - he will rise in the next review 

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On ‎12‎/‎11‎/‎2018 at 3:47 PM, thorgan lesar said:

Risers in april-march (2nd update)

 

Pay attention: these risers are possible on this moment !

 

KRC Genk

Danny Vukovic (82 à 84)

Joakim Maehle (82 à 84)

Joseph Aidoo (83 à 84)

Jere Uronen (83 --> 84)

Sebastien Dewaest (83 à 84)

Jhon Lucumi (78 à 80)

Ruslan Malinovskiy (86 à 87)

Dieumerci Ndongola (83 à 84)

Alejandro Pozuelo (87 --> 88)

Léandro Trossard (85 à 86)

Mbwana Ally Samatta (85 à 87)

 

Club Brugge KV.

Karlo Letica (80 --> 82)

Benoît Poulaîn (83 à 84)

Arnaut “Danjuma” Groeneveld (78 à 80)

Mats Rits (85 --> 86)

Moraes Wesley (83 à 85)

Brandon Mechele (85 à 86)

Hans Vanaken (88 à 89)

Cyril Ngongé (73 à 75)

 

Royal Antwerp FC

Sinan Bolat (82 à 84)

Aurelio Buta (78 à 80)

Dino Arslanagic (82 à 84)

Simen Juklerod (78 à 83)

Faris Haroun (83 à 84)

Egor Nazaryna (73 à 76)

Jonathan Bolingi (80 à 82)

 

KV Oostende

Fabrice Ondoa (80 à 82)

Wout Faes (78 à 82)

Jelle Bataille (70 à 73)

Indy Boonen (73 à 75)

Fashion Sakala Jr. (77 à 78)

 

RSC Anderlecht

Thomas Didillon (85 --> 86)

Sebastiaan Bornauw (73 à 78)

James Alexander Lawrence (77 à 78)

Alexis Saelemaekers (73 à 80)

Yevhen Makarenko (84 à 85)

Francis Amuzu (76 à 80)

Albert Sambi Lokonga (76 à 77)

Yari Verschaeren (70 à 72)

 

KAA Gent

Sigurd Rosted (82 à 84)

Igor Plastun (83 --> 84)

Birger Verstraete (82 à 84)

Giorgi Chakvetadze (80 à 83)

Stallone Limbombe (80 à 82)

Aboubakary Koita (70 à 73)

Jonathan David (73 à 76)

 

Standard de Liège

Zinho Vanheusden (76 à 80)

Konstantinos Laifis (85 à 86)

Moussa Djenepo (78 à 82)

Rénaud Emond (83 --> 84)

 

STVV

Takehiro Tomiyasu (76 à 82)

Pol Garcia (80 à 82)

Jordan Botaka (80 à 82)

Casper De Norre (78 à 82)

Samuel Asamoah (80 à 82)

Elton Acolatse (77 à 78)

 

KAS Eupen

Silas Gnaka (75 à 78)

Rocky Bushiri (73 à 77)

Xavi Molina (80 à 82)

Sulayman Marreh (78 à 80)

Luis Garcia (82 à 83)

Yuta Toyokawa (78 à 80)

Samuel Essende (70 à 73)

 

Charleroi SC

Dorian Dessoleil (83 à 84)

Stergos Marinos (82 --> 83)

Marco Ilaimaharitra (82 à 84)

Ali Gholizadeh (78 à 80)

Victor Osimhen (78 à 80)

David Henen (75 à 76)

 

KV Kortrijk

Brendan Hines-Ike (80 à 81)

Jovan Stojanovic (80 à 81)

Ilombe Mboyo (82 --> 83)

 

Cercle Brugge

Yoann Etienne (76 à 80)

Isaac Koné (78 à 80)

Adrien Bongiovanni (73 à 75)

Dylan De Belder (78 à 79)

 

Waasland-Beveren

Davy Roef (82 --> 83)

Jur Schryvers (77 à 79)

Maximiliano Caufriez (78 à 80)

Milan Massop (80 --> 81)

Aleksandar Vukotic (77 à 80)

Denzel Jubitana (65 à 72)

Daam Foulon (73 à 75)

Aleksandar Boljevic (80 --> 81)

Louis Verstraete (76 à 78)

 

Excel Moeskroen

Jean Butez (76 à 78)

Frank Boya (73 à 76)

Benjamin Van Durmen (76 à 78)

Frantzdy Pierrot (70 à 76)

 

Zulte Waregem

Hicham Faik (82 --> 83)

 

Lokeren OSV

Ortwin De Wolf (73 à 77)

Bambo Diaby (70 à 75)

 

 

Pay attention: these risers are possible on this moment !

 

A late Christmas gift 😛 

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On ‎11‎/‎19‎/‎2018 at 9:10 AM, thorgan lesar said:

Possible Risers in april-march (2nd division) - 2nd update

 

Pay attention: these risers are possible on this moment !

 

KVC Westerlo

Gilles Dewaele (76 à 78)

Junior Oto’o (78 à 80)

Alessio Alessandro (73 --> 75)

Noël Soumah (75 à 76)

Bryan Van Den Bogaert (70 à 73)

Kurt Abrahams (76 à 78)

Sava Petrov (70 --> 72)

 

Lommel United

Gaëtan Coucke (73 à 76)

Timo Cauwenberg (74 à 76)

Glenn Neven (77 --> 78)

Soufiane El Banaouhi (77 à 78)

Ben Santermans (74 à 75)

Laurens Vermijl (70 à 73)

Leonardo Rocha (73 à 78)

 

K.F.C.O Beerschot-Wilrijk

Denys Prychynenko (77 à 78)

Grégory Grisez (74 à 75)

Joren Dom (77 à 78)

Alexander Maes (78 --> 79)

Jan Van Den Bergh (77 à 78)

Marius Noubissi (75 à 77)

Dante Vanzeir (75 à 78)

 

KV Mechelen

Michael Verrips (73 à 77)

Jules Van Cleemput (77 --> 78)

Arjan Swinkels (80 à 81)

Nikola Storm (82 --> 83) doubftul

William Togui (74 à 75)

Gustav Engvall (82 --> 83)

 

Roeselare KV

François Kompany (74 à 76)

Emile Samyn (72 à 74)

Saviour Godwin (75 à 76)

 

OH Leuven

Elliott Moore (78 à 80)

Jarno Libert (73 --> 75)

George Hirst (70 à 73)

 

Union Saint-Galloise

Steven Pinto Borges (76 à 77)

Federico Vega (80 --> 82)

Max Besuschkow (77 --> 78) YES Rose to.. 78

Marcel Mehlem (74 à 76)

Youssoufou Niakaté (77 à 80)

Percy Tau (80 à 81) Rose to .. 82

 

AFC Tubize

Lemouya Goudiaby (70 à 73)

Marco Weymans (70 à 73)

Salomon Nirisarike (77 à 78)

Shean Garlito Y Romo (74 à 76)

Thomas Henry (75 à 77)

Pay attention: these risers are possible on this moment !

 

Another Christmas gift ;) 

 

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On 7/15/2017 at 11:04 AM, thorgan lesar said:

PUBLICITY

These players are publicity for the Belgian competition. Belgium delivered these players the last 5 till 10 years. Of course there are many more in the past, but I’m talking about our most recently publicity.

 

-        Matthew Ryan                     (played for Club Brugge KV)

-        Chancel Mbemba                (played for RSC Anderlecht)

-        Kalidou Koulibaly                 (played for KRC Genk)

-        Nicolas Pareja                       (played for RSC Anderlecht)

-        Victor Wanyama                  (played for Beerschot)

-        Cheikhou Kouyaté               (played for RSC Anderlecht)

-        Luka Milivojevic                   (played for RSC Anderlecht)

-     William Carvalho                 (played for Cercle Brugge)

-        Wilfried Ndidi                       (played for KRC Genk)

-     Lucas Biglia                           (played for RSC Anderlecht)

-        Sergej Milinkovic-Savic       (played for KRC Genk)

-        Ivan Perisic                            (played for KSV Roeselare and Club Brugge KV)

-     Bryan Ruiz                             (played for KAA Gent)

-        Carlos Bacca                         (played for Club Brugge KV)

-        Aleksandar Mitrovic           (played for RSC Anderlecht)

-        Cyriel Théréau                     (played for RSC Anderlecht)

-     Adam Marusic (played for KV Kortrijk and KV Oostende)

 

On lower level 

      -         Sverrir Ingason  (played for Lokeren OV)

      -         Roberto Rosales  (played for KAA Gent)

      -         Lukas Lerager (played for Zulte Waregem)

      -         Dakonam Djené (played for STVV)

 

WATCH OUT: This list will be up-to-date. Hopefully I can put Soualiho Meîté, Léon Bailey, Henrik Dalsgaard and José Izquierdo soon in the list.

 

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Can he grow back to his level ?

 

 

 

It's too early for Izquierdo to be in the list of "publicity for Belgium in Abroad"

 

 

 

New possible "publicity" for Belgium next season:

○ Sander Berge (if he leaves of course)

 

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More to come later.. 

 

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First 11 in Belgium in 2018

Now we're talking about our goalkeepers in the Belgian competition. It's already late, but on this day later on the left defenders in Belgium. Wednesday the "First 11" will be finished.

Goalkeepers

Guilermo Ochoa, Sinan Bolat, Danny Vukovic, Thomas Kaminski, Thomas Didillon and Paul Nardi are all by the best goalkeepers with their qualities.

I'm chosing Guillermo Ochoa as nr.1. The 33 years old Mexican has 8 games (of the 21) without counter goals. He leads his deffence and did his job in the Europa League group with Standard De Liège.

The others:

1. Guillermo Ochoa

2. Sinan Bolat

2. Danny Vukovic

4. Thomas Didillon

5. Thomas Kaminski

6. Paul Nardi

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First 11 in Belgium in 2018

Left defenders

Tough deciscion. The Fin Jere Uronen of KRC Genk and the Norwegian Simen Juklerød of Antwerp FC seem to be in the balance with each other. I eventually choose Jere Uronen because he performs more consistently. Casper De Norre of STVV - who is actually a right back - has been on the leftside for the whole season and is doing well too. Asare of KAA Gent becomes 4th.

 

1. Jere Uronen 

2. Simen Juklerød 

3. Casper De Norre 

4. Nana Asare

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I'm not saying it's going to be the same, but this is the most information I've got for the moment.

https://forum.soccermanager.com/topic/165729-european-leagues-that-need-updating/?tab=comments#comment-3198414

https://forum.soccermanager.com/topic/158764-worldwide-risers/?page=244&tab=comments#comment-3196721

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