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2 hours ago, thorgan lesar said:

PREDICTIONS ARGENTINA

Boca Juniors
Esteban Andrada (29) - 87... + 1 to 88 (5 - 10 % chance)
Franco Soldano (25) - 84... + 1 to 85
Jorman Campuzano (23) - 83... + 1 to 84
Nicolas Capaldo (21) - 76... + 4 to 80
Emanuel Reynoso (24) - 83... + 1 to 84
Jan Carlos Hurtado (20) - 80... + 2 to 82
Agustin Obando (20) - 76... + 2 to 78
Exequiel Zeballos (17) - 70... + 3 to 73
Eduardo Salvio (29) - 89... - 2 to 87
Ivan Marcone (29) - 87... - 1 to 86
Carlos Tevez (36) - 88... - 2 to 86
Ramon Abila (30) - 88... - 2 to 86
Pol Fernandez (28) - 86... - 1 to 85
Mauro Zarate (33) - 85... - 1 to 84

River Plate
Robert Rojas (23) - 78... + 4 to 82
Gonzalo Montiel (23) - 83... + 3 to 86 YES
Nicolas De La Cruz (22) - 83... + 3 to 86
Matias Suarez (31) - 85... + 1 to 86
Julian Alvarez (20) - 78... + 2 to 80
Rafael Borré (24) - 85... + 1 to 86
Juan Quintero (27) - 88... - 2 to 86
Paulo Diaz (25) - 86... - 2 to 84
Ignacio Scocco (34) - 87... - 2 to 85
Lucas Pratto (31) - 88... - 3 to 85

Vélez Sarsfield
Lucas Hoyos (30) - 80... + 2 to 82
Brian Cufré (23) - 83... + 1 to 84
Lautaro Gianetti (26) - 82... + 2 to 84
Luis Abram (24) - 82... + 2 to 84
Tomas Guidara (24) - 82... + 1 to 83
Agustin Bouzat (26) - 83... + 1 to 84
Lucas Robertone (23) - 83... + 2 to 85
Alvaro Barreal (19) - 73... + 2 to 75
Lucas Janson (25) - 83... + 1 to 84
Maximiliano Romero (21) - 83... + 1 to 84
Thiago Almada (18) - 82... + 2 to 84
Fernando Gago (33) - 87... - 2 to 85
Alexander Dominguez (32) - 85... - 2 to 83

Racing Club
Matias Zaracho (22) - 85... + 2 to 87
Matias Rojas (24) - 83... + 2 to 85
Nery Dominguez (29) - 83... + 2 to 85
Gabriel Arias (32) - 83... + 1 to 84
Alexis Soto (26) - 85... - 1 to 84
Leonardo Sigali (32) - 85... - 2 to 83
Marcelo Diaz (33) - 87... - 1 to 86
Gaston Reniero (25) - 85... - 2 to 83

Argentinos Juniors
Lucas Chavez (24) - 80... + 4 to 84
Miguel Torren (31) - 82... + 1 to 83
Elias Gomez (25) - 78... + 5 to 83
Francis Mac Allister (24) - 82... + 2 to 84
Ivan Colman (24) - 80... + 2 to 82
Franco Moyano (22) - 80... + 3 to 83
Diego Sosa (28) - 80... + 2 to 82
Fausto Vera (20) - 78... + 4 to 82
Matias Romero (24) - 73... + 5 to 78
Damian Batallini (23) - 78... + 4 to 82

Defensa Y Justicia
Ezequiel Unsain (25) - 83... + 2 to 85
Héctor Martinez (22) - 78... + 5 to 83
Juan Rodriguez (26) - 77... + 5 to 82
Guido Mainero (25) - 78... + 2 to 80
Raul Loaiza (25) - 80... + 2 to 82

Lanus
Agustin Rossi (24) - 85... + 1 to 86
Ezequiel Munoz (29) - 85... + 1 to 86
Leonel Di Placido (26) - 85... + 1 to 86
Pedro De La Vega (19) - 80... + 2 to 82
Facundo Quignon (26) - 83... + 2 to 85
José Sand (39) - 82... + 1 to 83
Marcelino Moreno (25) - 82... + 2 to 84
Nicolas Orsini (25) - 77... + 1 to 78

San Lorenzo
Bruno Pitton (27) - 82... + 3 to 85
Marcelo Herrera (21) - 78... + 4 to 82
Ramon Arias (27) - 83... + 1 to 84
Geronimo Pobléte (27) - 84... + 1 to 85
Lucas Menossi (26) - 83... + 1 to 84
Juan Ramirez (26) - 83.. + 1 to 84
Matias Palacios (17) - 70... + 3 to 73
Adolfo Gaich (21) - 78... + 4 to 82
Agustin Hausch (16) - 70... + 3 to 73

Rosario Central
Jeremias Ledesma (27) - 82... + 2 to 84
Emanuel Britez (28) - 83... + 2 to 85
Joaquin Pereyra (21) - 78... + 2 to 80
Pedro Ojeda (22) - 76... + 3 to 79
Lucas Gamba (32) - 83... + 1 to 84
Ciro Rius (31) - 83... + 1 to 84
Claudio Riaño (31) - 80... + 2 to 82
Nicolas Colazo (29) - 83... - 1 to 82
Sebastian Ribas (32) - 84... - 1 to 83

Newell's Old Boys
Alan Aguerre (29) - 83... + 1 to 84
Angelo Gabrielli (27) - 78... + 4 to 82
Santiago Gentilleti (35) - 82.. + 1 to 83
Mariano Bittolo (29) - 82...+ 2 to 84
Julian Fernandez (25) - 80... + 3 to 83
Anibal Moreno (20) - 76... + 2 to 78
Alexis Rodriguez (24) - 76... + 2 to 78
Cristian Lema (30) - 86... - 1 to 85
Mauro Formica (31) - 85... - 1 to 84
Sebastian Palacios (28) - 85... - 1 to 84
Luis Leal (32) - 84... - 1 to 83
Rodrigo Salinas (33) - 80.. - 2 to 78

Arsenal de Sarandi
Fernando Torrent (28) - 76... + 4 to 80
Franco Sbuttoni (30) - 78... + 2 to 80
Mateo Carabajal (23) - 70... + 3 to 73
Jesus Soraire (31) - 76... + 2 to 78
Gaston Alvarez (26) - 78... + 2 to 80
Lucas Piovi (28) - 77... + 3 to 80
Joel Soñora (23) - 76... + 1 to 77
Nicolas Gimenez (24) - 78... + 2 to 80
Juan Kaprof (25) - 78... + 5 to 83 YES
Juan Garcia (27) - 78... + 2 to 80

CA Talleres
Guido Herrera (28) - 85... + 1 to 86
Facundo Medina (20) - 79... + 4 to 83
Nahuel Tenaglia (24) - 78... + 5 to 83
Adrian Cubas (23) - 83... + 1 to 84
Ignacio Méndez (22) - 76... + 4 to 80 YES
Enzo Diaz (24) - 75... + 4 to 79
Jonathan Menendez (26) - 82... + 2 to 84
Franco Fragapane (27) - 82... + 2 to 84
Nahuel Bustos (21) - 80... + 3 to 83

Estudiantes
Facundo Mura (21) - 73... + 5 to 78
Ivan Erquiaga (22) - 80... + 2 to 82
Ivan Gomez (23) - 82... + 2 to 84
Diego Garcia (23) - 78... + 4 to 82
David Ayala (17) - 70... + 3 to 73
Nahuel Estevez (24) - 78... + 4 to 82
Mateo Retegui (20) - 70... + 8 to 78
Dario Sarmiento (16) - 67... + 6 to 73

Independiente
Alan Franco (23) - 85... + 1 to 86
Gaston Silva (26) - 85... + 1 to 86
Domingo Blanco (24) - 82... + 2 to 84
Alan Velasco (17) - 70... + 3
Agustin Barboza (25) - 86... - 1 to 85

Atlético Tucuman
Leandro Diaz (27) - 82... + 1 to 83
Javier Toledo (33) - 80... + 2 to 82
Augusto Lotti (23) - 76... + 2 to 78
Marcelo Ortiz (26) - 78... + 4 to 82
Federico Bravo (26) - 78... + 2 to 80
Leonardo Heredia (24) - 82... - 2 to 80

Union Santa Fé
Sebastian Moyano (29) - 77... + 3 to 80
Ezequiel Bonifacio (25) - 80... + 2 to 82
Brian Blasi (24) - 73... + 4 to 77
Javier Mendez (25) - 77... + 2 to 79

Banfield
Claudio Bravo (23) - 80... + 2 to 82
Luciano Gomez (24) - 82... + 1 to 83
Alexis Maldonado (22) - 76... + 4 to 80
Jorge Rodriguez (24) - 82... + 1 to 83
Agustin Urzi (19) - 77... + 3/+ 5 to 80

Central Cordoba
Matias Nani (22) - 78... + 3 to 81
Ismael Quilez (30) - 78... + 2 to 80
Lisandro Alzugaray (29) - 77... + 1 to 78
Jonathan Herrera (23) - 78... + 2 to 80
Marcelo Meli (27) - 84... - 2 to 82
Gervasio Nuñez (32) - 83... - 1 to 82

Gimnasia La Plata
Maximiliano Caire (31) - 80... + 2 to 82
Matias Melusso (21) - 80... + 2 to 82
Matias Garcia (28) - 82... + 1 to 83
José Paradela (21) - 78... + 4 to 82
Leandro Contin (24) - 77... + 3 to 80
Horacio Tijanovich (24) - 80... + 2 to 82
Maximiliano Comba (26) - 78... + 2 to 80

Patronato
Gabriel Compagnucci (28) - 73... + 5 to 78
Julian Chicco (22) - 78... + 2 to 80
Cristian Tarragona (28) - 78... + 3 to 81
Gabriel Avalos (29) - 78... + 2 to 80
Lautaro Comas (25) - 78... + 2 to 80

Huracan
Saul Salcedo (22) - 83... + 1 to 84
César Ibanez (20) - 70... + 7 to 77
Mariano Bareiro (25) - 82... + 1 to 83
Nicolas Cordero (20) - 70... + 5 to 75
Fernando Coniglio (28) - 83... - 1 to 82

Aldosivi
Leonel Galeano (28) - 82... + 2 to 84
Emanuel Iniguez (23) - 78... + 4 to 82
Nicolas Bazzana (24) - 73... + 3/+ 4 to 76/77
Leandro Maciel (24) - 80... + 2 to 82
Nazareno Solis (25) - 80... + 2 to 82

Colon
Emanuel Olivera (29) - 82... + 1 to 83
Alex Vigo (20) - 75... + 3 to 78
Gonzalo Escobar (23) - 83... - 1 to 82
Thomas Chancalay (21) - 83... - 1 to 82

Godoy Cruz
Joaquin Varela (23) - 76... + 3 to 79
Valentin Burgoa (19) - 76... + 2 to 78
Fabian Henriquez (24) - 80... + 2 to 82
Gabriel Alanis (26) - 80... + 2 to 82
Rodrigo Rey (29) - 83... -1 to 82


I have to tell you that the downgrades are not all displayed. Because I do not follow the situation closely, I give you the space to ask after the players you have in your team.

Great post really helpful! One question though I personally thought Borre would get an 87 because of his goal scoring this season, what do you think the chances of that are as I see you only have him for an 86?

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18 minutes ago, Rossi4601 said:

Great post really helpful! One question though I personally thought Borre would get an 87 because of his goal scoring this season, what do you think the chances of that are as I see you only have him for an 86?

Good chance, I don't want to predict too much, but I will change that to "+ 1/+ 2 to 86 / 87"

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Just now, thorgan lesar said:

Good chance, I don't want to predict too much, but I will change that to "+ 1/+ 2 to 86 / 87"

Thanks for the quick reply! I bought Borre a while back and been praying he would go to an 87! I invested a lot in Argentina it’s been a long wait! Just need to rely on SM to do the changes. Do you have a prediction for Nauhel Molina? I believe he was on loan at Racing Club from Boca Juniors but returned to Boca he is 78 at the moment I was hoping for an 80-82?

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9 minutes ago, Rossi4601 said:

Thanks for the quick reply! I bought Borre a while back and been praying he would go to an 87! I invested a lot in Argentina it’s been a long wait! Just need to rely on SM to do the changes. Do you have a prediction for Nauhel Molina? I believe he was on loan at Racing Club from Boca Juniors but returned to Boca he is 78 at the moment I was hoping for an 80-82?

He will be a free player, that's why he isn't in the list. 

Last days there were random reviews for Argentina, so possible next days the same..

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3 hours ago, thorgan lesar said:

He will be a free player, that's why he isn't in the list. 

Last days there were random reviews for Argentina, so possible next days the same..

Thanks again I will look out for that!

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8 hours ago, thorgan lesar said:

PREDICTIONS ARGENTINA

Boca Juniors
Esteban Andrada (29) - 87... + 1 to 88 (5 - 10 % chance)
Franco Soldano (25) - 84... + 1 to 85
Jorman Campuzano (23) - 83... + 1 to 84
Nicolas Capaldo (21) - 76... + 4 to 80
Emanuel Reynoso (24) - 83... + 1 to 84
Jan Carlos Hurtado (20) - 80... + 2 to 82
Agustin Obando (20) - 76... + 2 to 78
Exequiel Zeballos (17) - 70... + 3 to 73
Eduardo Salvio (29) - 89... - 2 to 87
Ivan Marcone (29) - 87... - 1 to 86
Carlos Tevez (36) - 88... - 2 to 86
Ramon Abila (30) - 88... - 2 to 86
Pol Fernandez (28) - 86... - 1 to 85
Mauro Zarate (33) - 85... - 1 to 84

River Plate
Robert Rojas (23) - 78... + 4 to 82
Gonzalo Montiel (23) - 83... + 3 to 86 YES
Nicolas De La Cruz (22) - 83... + 3 to 86
Matias Suarez (31) - 85... + 1 to 86
Julian Alvarez (20) - 78... + 2 to 80
Rafael Borré (24) - 85... + 1/+ 2 to 86/87
Juan Quintero (27) - 88... - 2 to 86
Paulo Diaz (25) - 86... - 2 to 84
Ignacio Scocco (34) - 87... - 2 to 85
Lucas Pratto (31) - 88... - 3 to 85

Vélez Sarsfield
Lucas Hoyos (30) - 80... + 2 to 82
Brian Cufré (23) - 83... + 1 to 84
Lautaro Gianetti (26) - 82... + 2 to 84
Luis Abram (24) - 82... + 2 to 84
Tomas Guidara (24) - 82... + 1 to 83
Agustin Bouzat (26) - 83... + 1 to 84
Lucas Robertone (23) - 83... + 2 to 85
Alvaro Barreal (19) - 73... + 2 to 75
Lucas Janson (25) - 83... + 1 to 84
Maximiliano Romero (21) - 83... + 1 to 84
Thiago Almada (18) - 82... + 2 to 84
Fernando Gago (33) - 87... - 2 to 85
Alexander Dominguez (32) - 85... - 2 to 83

Racing Club
Matias Zaracho (22) - 85... + 2 to 87
Matias Rojas (24) - 83... + 2 to 85
Nery Dominguez (29) - 83... + 2 to 85
Gabriel Arias (32) - 83... + 1 to 84
Alexis Soto (26) - 85... - 1 to 84
Leonardo Sigali (32) - 85... - 2 to 83
Marcelo Diaz (33) - 87... - 1 to 86
Gaston Reniero (25) - 85... - 2 to 83

Argentinos Juniors
Lucas Chavez (24) - 80... + 4 to 84
Miguel Torren (31) - 82... + 1 to 83
Elias Gomez (25) - 78... + 5 to 83
Francis Mac Allister (24) - 82... + 2 to 84
Ivan Colman (24) - 80... + 2 to 82
Franco Moyano (22) - 80... + 3 to 83
Diego Sosa (28) - 80... + 2 to 82
Fausto Vera (20) - 78... + 4 to 82
Matias Romero (24) - 73... + 5 to 78
Damian Batallini (23) - 78... + 4 to 82

Defensa Y Justicia
Ezequiel Unsain (25) - 83... + 2 to 85
Héctor Martinez (22) - 78... + 5 to 83
Juan Rodriguez (26) - 77... + 5 to 82
Guido Mainero (25) - 78... + 2 to 80
Raul Loaiza (25) - 80... + 2 to 82

Lanus
Agustin Rossi (24) - 85... + 1 to 86
Ezequiel Munoz (29) - 85... + 1 to 86
Leonel Di Placido (26) - 85... + 1 to 86
Pedro De La Vega (19) - 80... + 2 to 82
Facundo Quignon (26) - 83... + 2 to 85
José Sand (39) - 82... + 1 to 83
Marcelino Moreno (25) - 82... + 2 to 84
Nicolas Orsini (25) - 77... + 1 to 78

San Lorenzo
Bruno Pitton (27) - 82... + 3 to 85
Marcelo Herrera (21) - 78... + 4 to 82
Ramon Arias (27) - 83... + 1 to 84
Geronimo Pobléte (27) - 84... + 1 to 85
Lucas Menossi (26) - 83... + 1 to 84
Juan Ramirez (26) - 83.. + 1 to 84
Matias Palacios (17) - 70... + 3 to 73
Adolfo Gaich (21) - 78... + 4 to 82
Agustin Hausch (16) - 70... + 3 to 73

Rosario Central
Jeremias Ledesma (27) - 82... + 2 to 84
Emanuel Britez (28) - 83... + 2 to 85
Joaquin Pereyra (21) - 78... + 2 to 80
Pedro Ojeda (22) - 76... + 3 to 79
Lucas Gamba (32) - 83... + 1 to 84
Ciro Rius (31) - 83... + 1 to 84
Claudio Riaño (31) - 80... + 2 to 82
Nicolas Colazo (29) - 83... - 1 to 82
Sebastian Ribas (32) - 84... - 1 to 83

Newell's Old Boys
Alan Aguerre (29) - 83... + 1 to 84
Angelo Gabrielli (27) - 78... + 4 to 82
Santiago Gentilleti (35) - 82.. + 1 to 83
Mariano Bittolo (29) - 82...+ 2 to 84
Julian Fernandez (25) - 80... + 3 to 83
Anibal Moreno (20) - 76... + 2 to 78
Alexis Rodriguez (24) - 76... + 2 to 78
Cristian Lema (30) - 86... - 1 to 85
Mauro Formica (31) - 85... - 1 to 84
Sebastian Palacios (28) - 85... - 1 to 84
Luis Leal (32) - 84... - 1 to 83
Rodrigo Salinas (33) - 80.. - 2 to 78

Arsenal de Sarandi
Fernando Torrent (28) - 76... + 4 to 80
Franco Sbuttoni (30) - 78... + 2 to 80
Mateo Carabajal (23) - 70... + 3 to 73
Jesus Soraire (31) - 76... + 2 to 78
Gaston Alvarez (26) - 78... + 2 to 80
Lucas Piovi (28) - 77... + 3 to 80
Joel Soñora (23) - 76... + 1 to 77
Nicolas Gimenez (24) - 78... + 2 to 80
Juan Kaprof (25) - 78... + 5 to 83 YES
Juan Garcia (27) - 78... + 2 to 80

CA Talleres
Guido Herrera (28) - 85... + 1 to 86
Facundo Medina (20) - 79... + 4 to 83
Nahuel Tenaglia (24) - 78... + 5 to 83
Adrian Cubas (23) - 83... + 1 to 84
Ignacio Méndez (22) - 76... + 4 to 80 YES
Enzo Diaz (24) - 75... + 4 to 79
Jonathan Menendez (26) - 82... + 2 to 84
Franco Fragapane (27) - 82... + 2 to 84
Nahuel Bustos (21) - 80... + 3 to 83

Estudiantes
Facundo Mura (21) - 73... + 5 to 78
Ivan Erquiaga (22) - 80... + 2 to 82
Ivan Gomez (23) - 82... + 2 to 84
Diego Garcia (23) - 78... + 4 to 82
David Ayala (17) - 70... + 3 to 73
Nahuel Estevez (24) - 78... + 4 to 82
Mateo Retegui (20) - 70... + 8 to 78
Dario Sarmiento (16) - 67... + 6 to 73

Independiente
Alan Franco (23) - 85... + 1 to 86
Gaston Silva (26) - 85... + 1 to 86
Domingo Blanco (24) - 82... + 2 to 84
Alan Velasco (17) - 70... + 3
Agustin Barboza (25) - 86... - 1 to 85

Atlético Tucuman
Leandro Diaz (27) - 82... + 1 to 83
Javier Toledo (33) - 80... + 2 to 82
Augusto Lotti (23) - 76... + 2 to 78
Marcelo Ortiz (26) - 78... + 4 to 82
Federico Bravo (26) - 78... + 2 to 80
Leonardo Heredia (24) - 82... - 2 to 80

Union Santa Fé
Sebastian Moyano (29) - 77... + 3 to 80
Ezequiel Bonifacio (25) - 80... + 2 to 82
Brian Blasi (24) - 73... + 4 to 77
Javier Mendez (25) - 77... + 2 to 79

Banfield
Claudio Bravo (23) - 80... + 2 to 82
Luciano Gomez (24) - 82... + 1 to 83
Alexis Maldonado (22) - 76... + 4 to 80
Jorge Rodriguez (24) - 82... + 1 to 83
Agustin Urzi (19) - 77... + 3/+ 5 to 80

Central Cordoba
Matias Nani (22) - 78... + 3 to 81
Ismael Quilez (30) - 78... + 2 to 80
Lisandro Alzugaray (29) - 77... + 1 to 78
Jonathan Herrera (23) - 78... + 2 to 80
Marcelo Meli (27) - 84... - 2 to 82
Gervasio Nuñez (32) - 83... - 1 to 82

Gimnasia La Plata
Maximiliano Caire (31) - 80... + 2 to 82
Matias Melusso (21) - 80... + 2 to 82
Matias Garcia (28) - 82... + 1 to 83
José Paradela (21) - 78... + 4 to 82
Leandro Contin (24) - 77... + 3 to 80
Horacio Tijanovich (24) - 80... + 2 to 82
Maximiliano Comba (26) - 78... + 2 to 80

Patronato
Gabriel Compagnucci (28) - 73... + 5 to 78
Julian Chicco (22) - 78... + 2 to 80
Cristian Tarragona (28) - 78... + 3 to 81
Gabriel Avalos (29) - 78... + 2 to 80
Lautaro Comas (25) - 78... + 2 to 80

Huracan
Saul Salcedo (22) - 83... + 1 to 84
César Ibanez (20) - 70... + 7 to 77
Mariano Bareiro (25) - 82... + 1 to 83
Nicolas Cordero (20) - 70... + 5 to 75
Fernando Coniglio (28) - 83... - 1 to 82

Aldosivi
Leonel Galeano (28) - 82... + 2 to 84
Emanuel Iniguez (23) - 78... + 4 to 82
Nicolas Bazzana (24) - 73... + 3/+ 4 to 76/77
Leandro Maciel (24) - 80... + 2 to 82
Nazareno Solis (25) - 80... + 2 to 82

Colon
Emanuel Olivera (29) - 82... + 1 to 83
Alex Vigo (20) - 75... + 3 to 78
Gonzalo Escobar (23) - 83... - 1 to 82
Thomas Chancalay (21) - 83... - 1 to 82

Godoy Cruz
Joaquin Varela (23) - 76... + 3 to 79
Valentin Burgoa (19) - 76... + 2 to 78
Fabian Henriquez (24) - 80... + 2 to 82
Gabriel Alanis (26) - 80... + 2 to 82
Rodrigo Rey (29) - 83... -1 to 82


I have to tell you that the downgrades are not all displayed. Because I do not follow the situation closely, I give you the space to ask after the players you have in your team.

You are a legend bro!

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9 hours ago, thorgan lesar said:

Boca Juniors cap is 88. He played 55 % of the time and 2 goals, 3 assists is not that impressive. There is a little chance he will rise with a + 1, but I can't quarantee this.

Thanks, and great review ;)

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INDIVIDUAL RAPPORT GIULIAN BIANCONE

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Age: 19
Position: D(R),M(R)
Nationality: France
Team: AS Monaco/Cercle Brugge
SM Value: 1M
SM Rate: 78
Minutes: 2.189 ( 84 % of the playing time )

Giulian Biancone is the revelation at Cercle Brugge this season. A French talent is currently continuing in our Belgian first division. In my opinion, he's the best that AS Monaco has already lent to Cercle Brugge in the previous years. They're talking of a possible extension of his period at Cercle Brugge. Biancone is a fairly technical player with good assist, clean tackles and good volume, so he has the full confidence of Bernd Storck himself who says that there should still be loaneers from AS Monaco in the future, that they must be of the same quality as Biancone. The French right back has a fairly large volume, but there is still some work to be done. He has to change his effort a little more efficiently. If he also grows to play very focused throughout the 90 minutes, Biancone has the potential to play with a subtop team in Belgium within 1 year.

Cercle Brugge has had quite a difficult season this year, but Biancone was a rock as a right back. Cercle Brugge did very well in the last 10 games. The Frenchman can certainly be mentioned as one of the people who started the rescue of the team. Cercle Brugge had 2 trainers this season, namely Fabien Mercadal (fired) and Bernd Storck. With both coaches, he was one of the players who is first in the line-up of the team. A promising talented player for the Belgian competition.

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@thorgan lesar 

Thank you for the (great effort) you put into responding to my questions in the previous pages. 

However, I have a few more: 

In the last 5-10 years which Belgian players do you think have been overrated? 

And which players have been underrated in your opinion?

And In the present time which players are overrated/underrated (if there are any)? 

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1 minute ago, Milanista1 said:

@thorgan lesar 

Thank you for the (great effort) you put into responding to my questions in the previous pages. 

However, I have a few more: 

In the last 5-10 years which Belgian players do you think have been overrated? 

And which players have been underrated in your opinion?

And In the present time which players are overrated/underrated (if there are any)? 

More questions, more fun ;)

This week will try to answer ;)

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What is Belgian chocolate?

Belgian chocolate is chocolate made in Belgium. It is therefore an indication of the country in which the cocoa was processed into chocolate. Nothing more and nothing less.

The Belgians have set it up in a real code so that only chocolate made in Belgium can be called that - at least - that applies to everyone who signs their contract. And there are many reasons why it would be different from other chocolates.

Then why is it on everything? That is mainly or perhaps even only very smart marketing Because there is one huge company where about a quarter of all chocolate is processed worldwide ... You can already guess, or read below where this company is located ...

Belgian chocolate or Swiss chocolate… .and why that is often quite the same….

You have probably come across an article on the internet asking "do you prefer Swiss or Belgian chocolate" and then listing all kinds of reasons why one or the other would be better.

And then let's reveal something, even if it is not a very big secret, people often do not know:… there is one company that is the largest chocolate company in the world and it is called Barry Callebaut.
This company is located in Switzerland, also produces chocolate there, but also has large factories in… Belgium.

We quote the annual report: "25% of the cocoa and chocolate products consumed worldwide contain Barry Callebaut ingredients"

And this company, with an annual turnover of over 6 billion euros, is therefore very keen to make "Belgian chocolate" big. And "Swiss chocolate", by the way.


What makes Belgian chocolate special?

Since most Belgian chocolate comes from the largest chocolate company in the world, and it really is everywhere ... there is really nothing special about Belgian chocolate in itself. It is also not necessarily different from chocolate made in large factories in Switzerland or elsewhere.

For the taste of the chocolate it does not matter at all WHERE it is made. What matters: where the cocoa comes from. And HOW you make the chocolate.

We will come back to that big Callebaut. They really have know-how, they are absolutely experts, they have large factories, a lot of experience - not only making chocolate but they also give lessons to chefs, pattisiers and the like in how to deal with chocolate and beautiful pralines, etc. to make. But ... they also have a smart marketing department.

Their last "rabbit in the top hat" is their "discovery" of pink chocolate. And the so-called "ruby cocoa bean". But we can probably also at least partly attribute these people to elevating chocolate as the 'national symbol of Belgium'.

And the smart thing is… by focusing on the country where the chocolate is made, they don't have to talk about something else that is much more important: where the cocoa comes from. And that matters a lot. For the taste. And also for sustainability.

Where does cocoa come from ... sustainable sources?
The company is proud that they obtain about 50% cocoa "from sustainable sources". This is either certified or labeled sustainable through their own "cocoa life" program.

However, they "just" get most cocoa from Africa. Ivory Coast is by far the largest supplier. Guess three times where the least is earned for cocoa, and where the most abuses are…

50% sustainable - so to speak - achieved a lot. Proud press releases fly over our ears every year. Again more sustainability. On the way to very, very good. We are doing great. Etctera.

@Milanista1

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On 3/19/2020 at 6:55 PM, Soccahappy said:

Very little time at the moment I'm updating the BIG5 and its an immense task and will take many months to be completed. But will try to take part in your thread in the coming weeks, u have been doing a great Job Thorgan. I never see Belgian football other than when they finally come to the Premiership.

The first thing to jump to mind is of all the young players u see playing regularly in Belgium who excites u most and can u make a list with a figure (90. 94 etc) for your estimate of their final SM rating/ potential??

Keep up the great work please 😃

This will be my next work. I will make a top 15 / 20 / 25 (I'll see) according my opinion and their potential. It will be u17 - u21.. 

The individual rapports will come on my tempo. It's for the coming weeks like I already said...

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TOP 30 - YOUNGSTERS JPL

The following days / weeks you will steadily see a top 30 of the youngsters who have played in the Jupiler Pro League this season. This top 30 was created based on their potential and their performance this season. It has to be said that sticking a figure to someone's potential is very difficult. There are so many factors in football that decide on a breakthrough, namely injuries, integration and so on. Today we started with No. 30, No. 29 and No. 28.

30. Facundo Colidio 

29. Chris Durkin 

28. Jelle Bataille 

27. Francis Amuzu 

26. Gideon Mensah 

25. Terem Moffi 

24. Ewoud Pletinckx 

23. Issa Kabore 

22. Giulian Biancone 

21. Anderson Niangbo 

20. Abdoulaye Sissako 

19. Lennart Moser

18. Maxime Busi 

17. Diogo Queiròs 

16. Killian Sardella 

15. Ante Palaversa 

14. Antoine Colassin 

13. Zinho Vanheusden 

12. Albert Sambi Lokonga 

11. Jhon Lucumi 

10. Lucas Tuta 

9. Carlos Cuesta

8. Marco Kana

7. Charles De Ketelaere 

6. Yari Verschaeren 

5. Maarten Vandevoordt 

4. Aster Vranckx 

3. Jérémy Doku 

2. Krépin Diatta 

1. Jonathan David 

 

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