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14 hours ago, gyanthecat said:

Hello guys! I don't know if you are interested, but on my new thread you can find my predictions for the leagues that already ended: Moroccan Botola 1 and Egyptian Premier League.

I will update the thread in the next days with some Brazil predictions (1/3 of the league has been played already). Brazil rating review already happened in July, so it won't be reviewed again anytime soon, but this season seems very interesting - a lot of young talents collecting minutes and big rises expected on the long term.

After that, I will focus on the MLS, since it might be reviewed soon.

And after that, probably Belgium.

Cheers! :)

 

 

On 11/2/2020 at 11:43 PM, thorgan lesar said:

2 exciting things to look out for here on this topic:

1. A list of crucial players in every team in the Belgian Jupiler Pro League

2. Risers-list in Belgian Jupiler Pro League. Finally :) . I said I'm going to do after weekend nr. 12 in the competition, but I'm probably going to do it a week earlier. After next weekend probably. 

 

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I said earlier this week I was going to make a list with crucial players for their teams…

Just a little overview, based on their statics and my eye on the impact footballing wise.

I will give percentage who shows their impact with goals and assists.

 

11 MATCHDAYS FAR…

 

An example:

Hans Vanaken, made 4 goals and 4 assists. So far Club Brugge made 20 goals and 16 assists. 4 goals of 20 goals is 40 % and 4 assists of 16 assists is 25 %. Together it’s 45 % his impact.

 

As goalkeeper, Simon Mignolet has a goal in 112 minutes in his goal.

 

Charleroi SC

Ryota Morioka (29 years old, Japan) – 41 %

Ali Gholizadeh (24 years old, Iran) – 36 %

Shamar Nicholson (23 years old, Jamaica) – 34 %

Kaveh Rezaei (28 years old, Iran) – 30 %

Nicolas Penneteau (39 years old, France) – every 123 minutes a goal in his goal

Marco Ilaimaharitra (25 years old, Madagascar) – footballing wise

Dorian Dessoleil (28 years old, Belgium) – footballing wise

Joris Kayembe (26 years old, Belgium) – footballing wise

 

K.F.C.O. Beerschot-Wilrijk

Raphael Holzhauser (27 years old, Austria) – 60 %

Tarik Tissoudali (27 years old, Morocco) – 36 %

Marius Noubissi (23 years old, Cameroon) – 24 %

Musashi Suzuki (26 years old, Japan) – 22 %

Ismaila Coulibaly (19 years old, Mali) – footballing wise

Ryan Sanusi (28 years old, Belgium) – footballing wise

 

Standard De Liège

Nicolas Raskin (19 years old, Belgium) – 32 %

Maxime Lestienne (27 years old, Belgium) – 24 %

Selim Amallah (23 years old, Morocco) – 23 %

Arnaud Bodart (22 years old, Belgium) – every 110 minutes a goal in his goal

Samuel Bastien (24 years old, Belgium) – footballing wise

Zinho Vanheusden (22 years old, Belgium) – footballing wise

 

Club Brugge

Hans Vanaken (28 years old, Belgium) – 45 %

Ruud Vormer (32 years old, The Netherlands) – 30 %

Krépin Diatta (21 years old, Senegal) – 25 %

Simon Mignolet (32 years old, Belgium) – every 112 minutes a goal in his goal

Mats Rits (26 years old, Belgium) – 0 % (footballing wise)

Clinton Mata (27 years old, Angola) – 0 % (footballing wise)

 

Royal Antwerp

Lior Refaelov (32 years old, Israel) – 32 %

Dieumerci Mbokani (34 years old, Congo) – 29 %

Simen Juklerod (26 years old, Norway) – 24 %

Faris Haroun (35 years old, Belgium) – 22 %

Abdoulaye Seck (28 years old, Senegal) – footballing wise

Martin Hongla (22 years old, Cameroon) -  footballing wise

Ritchie De Laet (31 years old, Belgium) – footballing wise

 

RSC Anderlecht

Michael Murillo (24 years old, Panama) – 43 %

Adrien Trebel (29 years old, France) – 37 %

Percy Tau (26 years old, South Africa) – 24 %

Lukas Nmecha (21 years old, Germany) – 24 %

Hendrik Van Crombrugge (27 years old, Belgium) – every 72 minutes a goal in his goal

 

KRC Genk

Paul Onuachu (26 years old, Nigeria) – 55 %

Joakim Maehle (23 years old, Denmark) – 35 %

Junya Ito (27 years old, Japan) – 30 %

Cyriel Dessers (25 years old, Belgium) – 25 %

Carlos Cuesta (21 years old) and Jhon Lucumi (22 years old) both footballing wise

 

OH Leuven

Xavier Mercier (31 years old, France) – 88 %

Thomas Henry (26 years old, France) – 46 %

Kamal Sowah (20 years old, Ghana) – 40 %

Kristiyan Malinov (26 years old, Bulgaria) – footballing wise

Mathieu Maertens (25 years old, Belgium – footballing wise

 

Cercle Brugge

Dino Hotic (25 years old, Bosnia) – 43 %

Ike Ugbo (22 years old, England) – 31 %

Kylian Hazard (25 years old, Belgium) – 28 %

Robbe Decostere (22 years old, Belgium) – footballing wise

Franck Kanouté (21 years old, Senegal) – footballing wise

Jean Harrison Marcelin (20 years old, France) – footballing wise

Anthony Musaba (19 years old, The Netherlands) – footballing wise

Kévin Hoggas (28 years old, France) – footballing wise

 

KV Oostende

Fashion Jr. Sakala (23 years old, Zambia) – 38 %

Andrew Hjulsager (25 years old, Denmark) – 33 %

Maxime D’Arpino (24 years old, France) – 29 %

Guillaume Hubert (26 years old, Belgium) – every 110 minutes a goal in his goal

Jelle Bataille (21 years old, Belgium) – footballing wise

Arthur Théate (20 years old, Belgium) – footballing wise

Anton Tanghe (21 years old, Belgium) – footballing wise

Makhtar Gueye (22 years old, Senegal) – footballing wise

 

KV Kortrijk

Petit-Pelé Mboyo (33 years old, Belgium) – 88 %

Kristof D’Haene (30 years old, Belgium) – 33 %

Gilles Dewaele (24 years old, Belgium) – 26 %

Adam Jakubech (23 years old, Slowakia) – every 82 minutes a goal in his goal

Yevhen Makarenko (29 years old, Ukrain) – footballing wise

Timothy Derijck (33 years old, Belgium) – footballing wise

 

KAA Gent

Roman Yaremchuk (24 years old, Ukrain) – 50 %

Osman Bukari (21 years old, Ghana) – 25 %

Sven Kums (32 years old, Belgium) – footballing wise

Alessio Castro-Montes (23 years old, Belgium) – footballing wise

Elisha Owusu (22 years old, France) – footballing wise

Nicklas Dorsch (22 years old, Germany) – footballing wise

 

KAS Eupen

Julien Ngoy (22 years old, Belgium) – 44 %

Smail Prevljak (25 years old, Bosnia) – 34 %

Knowledge Musona (30 years old, Zimbabwe) – 34 %

Correia Adriano (35 years old, Brazil) – footballing wise

Stef Peeters (28 years old, Belgium) – footballing wise

Konan N’Dri (19 years old, Ivory Coast) – footballing wise

Jens Cools (29 years old, Belgium) – footballing wise

Jordi Amat (28 years old, Spain) – footballing wise

 

KV Mechelen

Geoffrey Hairemans (28 years old, Belgium) – 30 %

William Togui (24 years old, Ivory Coast) – 24 %

Nikola Storm (26 years old, Belgium) – 23 %

Kerim Mrabti (26 years old, Sweden) – 23 %

Aster Vranckx (18 years old, Belgium) – footballing wise

Thibault Peyre (28 years old, France) – footballing wise

Isaa Kabore (19 years old, Burkina Faso) – footballing wise

Igor De Camargo (37 years old, Belgium) – footballing wise

 

STVV

Facundo Colido (20 years old, Argentina) – 38 %

Yuma Suzuki (24 years old, Japan) – 27 %

Oleksandr Filippov (27 years old, Ukrain) – 23 %

Liberato Cacace (20 years old, New Zealand) – footballing wise

Maximiliano Caufriez (23 years old, Belgium) – footballing wise

 

Zulte Waregem

Gianni Bruno (28 years old, Belgium) – 58 %

Jean-Luc Dompé (24 years old, France) – 45 %

Daniel Opare (29 years old, Ghana) – 25 %

Omar Govea (24 years old, Mexico) – 23 %

 

Waasland-Beveren

Joseph Efford (24 years old, USA) – 53 %

Daan Heymans (21 years old, Belgium) – 46 %

Alessandro Albanese (20 years old, Belgium) – 38 %

Leonardo Bertone (26 years old, Switzerland) – footballing wise

Danel Sinani (23 years old, Luxemburg) – footballing wise

 

Excel Moeskroen (total= 3 goals, 2 assists)

Imad Faraj (21 years old, France) – 50 %

Saad Agouzoul (23 years old, Morocco) – 50 %

Harlem Gnohéré (32 years old, France) – 33 %

Serge Tabekou (23 years old, Cameroon) – 33 %

Marko Bakic (26 years old, Montenegro) – 33 %

 

After this weekend first predictions of the Belgian League. 

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On 11/5/2020 at 11:50 AM, thorgan lesar said:

2nd reminder 3 days later.. 

@Sir Rahul @Nameless @crvena_zvezda @gyanthecat

 

13 hours ago, thorgan lesar said:

Sorry, I haven't been on in a couple of days. I'm struggling to think of anything to ask though.

On 11/5/2020 at 11:48 PM, Kieran_S91 said:

Steven Gerrard and Rangers are on course for a season to remember! 💙🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿

Rangers are unbeaten in all competitions in the 20/21 campaign.

Games: 19

Wins: 16

Draws: 3

Loss: 0

Incredible start to the season but can they keep it up to stop Celtic from winning 10 in a row!

Rangers are my favourite team in Scotland so I really hope they can achieve great things this season. 

An amazing start! Their clean sheet record is something else as well.

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Joao Vasconcelos (15 years old, SC Braga)

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This elegant but tall AM really could develop into a great all round player, either up top or deeper in CM. Not the classic small technician, but lacking the brute strength of a Fabio Silva, with the right coaching to control his aggression in his favor he could destroy opposition with patient dribbling and early key passes. Need to see more because he seems enigmatic, but could reach Trincao levels with a bit of a throwback more creative element.

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11 hours ago, crvena_zvezda said:

Sorry, I haven't been on in a couple of days. I'm struggling to think of anything to ask though.

Nothing you want to know ? 

@Nameless

@Soccahappy, first time I ask you.. 

Monday is the deadline, then my podcast (no video, no audio) starts. I'm just answerring questions.. So please more questions, more fun. 

Thanks to you all.

 

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30 minutes ago, thorgan lesar said:

Nothing you want to know ? 

@Nameless

@Soccahappy, first time I ask you.. 

Monday is the deadline, then my podcast (no video, no audio) starts. I'm just answerring questions.. So please more questions, more fun. 

Thanks to you all.

 

Which 3 Teenagers have a good chance of being in the Top 5 players in Europe in 6 years time and rank their chances in order and why?

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24 minutes ago, Soccahappy said:

Which 3 Teenagers have a good chance of being in the Top 5 players in Europe in 6 years time and rank their chances in order and why?

More questions in one. Nice one. The idea is to ask about Belgian football, so maybe 1 more question. 

Will take this question as something extra ;)

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Jude Soonsup-Bell (16) is doing very well in Premier League o18. He only played 7 games and still 9 goals. What a talent he is.

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On 10/21/2020 at 10:45 AM, thorgan lesar said:

Jude Soonsup-Bell
Club - Chelsea FC
Age - 16
Positional - A(C)
Nationality - England

This season he was already quite important for the England U16 until the pandemic with 6 goals and was crucial in Chelsea U16.

Jude, who comes from Swindon's Under 13 team, has also had the chance to play with the Under 18 team in the U18 Premier League Cup semi-finals this season.

Jude Soonsup-Bell is a striker with a slim body, has a great sense of position for goal and is skilled in the air game. Positionally, he is very strong and therefore knows the right time to strike as a central attacker. Physically strong, he is extremely sharp for goal and knows when to make himself valuable with assists.

Despite his size, he is a dynamic center forward and constantly on the move. He is a player with a personality that does not seem to suffer particularly from outside pressure. I personally sometimes find him uncoordinated and not very elegant in his movements, but there is still room for improvement. He certainly has great potential.

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4 games with u18 Premier League (4/5) with 2 goals.

SM - N/A
Value - N/A

 

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Blackburn Rovers 🔵 front 3 are on fire this season 🔥 Blackburn are currently the highest goal scorers in the Championship with 21 goals and its all down to Harvey Elliott (17) Ben Bereton (21) and Adam Armstrong (23)

Stats

Top 3 player ratings in the championship according to SofascoreINT

Harvey Elliot - 7.57

Harry Wilson - 7.50

Adam Armstrong - 7.49

Probably the most exciting trio in the championship currently and I’m sure we will see much more from them in the future.

Adam Armstrong is currently the Championship’s top goalscorer on 11 goals closely followed by Ivan Toney (10) both of who are ex Newcastle United players 😁

I have no doubt we will see both in the Premier League in the future.

Adam Armstrong (23)

Games - 10 (863 minutes) G/A - 11/1

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Harvey Elliott (17)

Games - 6 (540 minutes) G/A - 1/3

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Ben Brereton (21)

Games - 11 (843 minutes) G/A - 2/2

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I have no idea..

17 hours ago, Mike0007 said:

How good is Kamaldeen Sulemana from FC Nordsjaelland?

Read some reports saying he is a world class talent. Anyone’s got any idea about the kid?

 

On 11/5/2020 at 12:11 AM, thorgan lesar said:

FC Nordsjælland
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Kamaldeen Sulemana
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7 / 7 games..
Rate: 76
98 %
️ 3 goals
🅰️ 1 assist

Love this player, my TOP 3 at the moment from Nordsjælland.

Mohammed Diomandé
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7 / 7 games
Rate: 74
94 %
️ 2 goal
🅰️ 3 assists

Not enough attention for this raw talent. What a player! Also in my TOP 3.

Isaac Atanga
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7 / 7 games
Rate: 79
71 %
️ 1 goal

Was better in form previous season, while he is now in the year of confirmation.

Jacob Christensen
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5 / 7 games
Rate: 79
60 %

Doing okay, but isn't a player for the moment with a big impact.

Ivan Mesik
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6 / 7 games
Rate: 75
37 %

Also in my TOP 3 at the moment. He's slowly getting chances.

Joachim Rothmann
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7 / 7 games
Rate: 74
32 %

He's interesting as an investment to be honest.

Abu Francis
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5 / 7 games
Rate: 77
21 %
️ 3 goals
🅰️ 1 assist

Previous season was not easy, still don't get that much chances, but he upgrades his impact as central midfielder.

Oliver Villadsen
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5 / 7 games
Rate: 72
11 %

Needs time to grow.

Tochi Chukwuani
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6 / 7 games
Rate: 70
7 %

Probably the biggest talent if we look to his potential, but also needs time to grow.

Still strongly believe in Oliver Antman, a young player from Finland and a young goalkeeper from Denmark Andreas Gülstorff.


The Right to Dream-academy and the Danish youth combined. Love it! 😍

 

On 6/10/2020 at 3:11 PM, thorgan lesar said:

Kamal-Deen Sulemana
Club - FC Nordsjælland
Age - 18
Position - Left winger
Nationality - Ghana

Ghanaian teenager Kamal-Deen Sulemana scored his debut goal for Nordsjaelland in their 2-0 win at Silkeborg as football returned in Denmark after a two-month break. Sulemana is a fast player with a nice killer instinct. Definitely keep an eye on him.

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Mohammed Kudus, Abdul Mumin and Isaac Atanga are doing well. Soon they have a next Ghanaian talent in their first team.

Stats Superligaen:
5 games (1 goal)

SM - N/A
Value - N/A

 

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So as you say Thorgan ,at my team i am building for the future i will buy Valverde and sell Pellegrini. But the question is....Kulusevski is good enough to reach same potential as Valverde or u reccomend somebody to buy and sell Kulusevski?  

As keeper i have Leno. Maybe u have a name of o good keeper under 25...maybe 88-90 rating . I was thinking at Henderson, Simon, Nubel,Onana, Strakosha.....or Donnaruma (most epensive).

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42 minutes ago, DarkAngel said:

So as you say Thorgan ,at my team i am building for the future i will buy Valverde and sell Pellegrini. But the question is....Kulusevski is good enough to reach same potential as Valverde or u reccomend somebody to buy and sell Kulusevski?  

As keeper i have Leno. Maybe u have a name of o good keeper under 25...maybe 88-90 rating . I was thinking at Henderson, Simon, Nubel,Onana, Strakosha.....or Donnaruma (most epensive).

Onana is 91. Of that bunch of goalkeepers I go with Strakosha. If rating doesn't matter (Donnaruma is 91) I go with Donnaruma.

It depends on who is available of course. Dani Olmo is also a player to consider.. Marcus Thuram and Ferran Torres also. I can't really say same potential (Valverde' s potential is very high), but all 4 of them are players with a really nice potential. At the moment Thuram is the one who's best in form. 

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  Dani Olmo..i have him already  I can buy Thuram but only if i sell Coman to replace.I was thinking sell Coman and buy Thuram or Vinicius or feran  but i was adviced to keep him.

In my 4231 i have the 3 AM -Coman, Olmo ,Fati and Halland as striker. So my 2 midfielders are Pelegrini and Kulusevski. As i mentioned i will buy Valverde but need 1 more good with high potencial .   

So Kulusevski how high can go ? I better keep Pellegrini and sell Kuluevski ? Or i sell both and you give me another name -almoust same potential as Valverde?

 

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8 minutes ago, DarkAngel said:

  Dani Olmo..i have him already  I can buy Thuram but only if i sell Coman to replace.I was thinking sell Coman and buy Thuram or Vinicius or feran  but i was adviced to keep him.

In my 4231 i have the 3 AM -Coman, Olmo ,Fati and Halland as striker. So my 2 midfielders are Pelegrini and Kulusevski. As i mentioned i will buy Valverde but need 1 more good with high potencial .   

So Kulusevski how high can go ? I better keep Pellegrini and sell Kuluevski ? Or i sell both and you give me another name -almoust same potential as Valverde?

 

Keep Kulusevski!

One of Juventus’ best players so far this season, 89 at least by the end of the season.

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