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A few spaces available by the way! GAMEWORLD ID: 378544

 

Manager Dan Malone took over Peterborough in mid season and played the last nine games narrowly missing out on the playoff spot on last day by a point.

 

Still a decent run of six wins, two defeats and a draw was enough for the Crystal Palace board to poach Dan as manager for the new season of the recently relegated club..

 

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Crystal Palace appoint Dan Malone as the new manager. Palace finished in 18th place in division two and are starting the new season in division three. The manager has moved swiftly to change the ethos at the club and has shuffled some players out and in before the new season starts.

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4 minutes ago, Kev said:

Good team there, think you can get them back up.

A few spaces available by the way! 378544

Cheers Kev decided to make a thread for the season as looked back and couldn't find a main thread for the GW. I have added in the ID and that there is a few spaces available to the OP.

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Analysis of New signings:

Henry Onyekuru 21-86

Having a superb season on loan from Everton at Galatasaray. 
With twelve goals and three assists from twenty-six league games. Also racked up 322 champions league minutes, 173 Europa league minutes and 193 Turkey cup minutes.

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Max Aarons 19-82

EFL Young player of the year winner Max Aarons is having a great season playing thirty-six Championship games and two Efl cup games. Definitely a hot property and looks likely to be playing in the Premiership with Norwich next season. Although a few bigger clubs have been sniffing around, reportedly Arsenal and Spurs.

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Noah Okafor 18-80

Starlet Okafor is having a cracking breakthrough season with Basel, twenty league games under his belt producing three goals and an assist. He also has two cup, two promotion league and one Europa league game as well. Turns nineteen next moth and already has reported suitors in Man City, Dortmund and Inter Milan if the grapevine is to be believed. Noah is yet to commit himself to either Switwerland or Nigeria.

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Abdülkadir Ömür 19-85

Turkey under twenty-one star Omur is having a decent season at Trabzonspor. He has twenty-three league matches with three goals and six assists. He also has three Turkey cup games which have produced an assist.
An exciting midfielder who has been dubbed 'The Turkish Messi'.

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Jason Denayer 23-86

 

I am a big fan of Denayer. Solid six foot centre back who can also cover at right-back. Has had a good first season at Lyon racking up twenty-eight league games, eight champions league matches and six combined cup matches.

We bought him internally from Huddersfield manager Carletto Mazzone, he was on level two concerns. The £5 million fee should look more decent after his review as I can see him easily get a +1 or +2.

 

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Scott Brown 33-87

Celtic captain Broony who is on course to help Celtic earn a treble treble is a big favourite of mine. He has played forty-six games this season for Celtic across all competitions .Brown is coming to the end of his career but will fit in well to my system as a back up DM.

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Victor Wanyama 27-90

Another player with Celtic connections. Victor has been a bit part player at Spurs this season racking up just fourteen games and 553 minutes across all competitions. He has had recurring knee problems but hopefully he can stay injury free and keep his rating. Will play a pivotal role for us this season.

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Theo Hernandez 21-87

Not sure what the future holds for Theo. He is on loan at Sociedad from Real Madrid. Has been involved in twenty-three La Liga games scoring one goal and two assists. Also has four Copa del Rey games.
Whether he will ever wear the Real Madrid strip again is unknown. Decent back up left back for us this season.

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Jaime Mata 30-86

Has had a more than decent season for surprise Champions League contenders Getafe. He has banged in thirteen goals and six assists in his twenty-nine la Liga games this season and two goals in four Copa del Rey games. His exploits even earned him a cap for the Spanish NT. Nicknamed 'The Spanish Jamie Vardy'.

Coming in as a back up striker for us as with his stats this season he should get a +1/+2 rise at seasons end.

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W. Szczesny- Juve keeper will hopefully get a +1.
F. Muller- Mainz keeper should get a +2.
O. Kabak- Stuttgart youngster should get a +2. Hot prospect.
K. Zouma- On loan Chelsea player at Everton. Played a full season should get +1.
D. Da Costa- Frankfurt player should get a +1.
F. Costic-On loan Hamburg player at Frankfurt having great season +1.
M. Greenwood- Man United kid with great prospects.
R. Cannon- Dallas player who will leave when tb is up.
M. Dembele- Ex Celtic player having a great season at Lyon. +1 predicted.
R, Alvardo- Don't know anything about him will probably leave after tb is up.
S. Bergwin- Highest value player in the team, having awesome season at PSV. Can they keep him?

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With a balance of £405k Palace scouted around to try and add someone to the squad as we will be minus throughout the season (until tbs come off a couple of players in six weeks) with roughly £1.15M coming in and £1.5M going out per home/away match.

Nassim Boujellab 19-73 300k

The young Moroccan-German midfielder has just signed his first professional contract and has been involved in the last three Schalke games(11 mins, 79 mins, 81 mins). He also got 68 minutes in the cup quarter final. Before this he racked up 1639 minutes in the Oberliga Westfalen with nineteen games producing thirteen goals and three assists. Hopefully can get a run of games/minutes in the future.

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