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3 hours ago, gyanthecat said:

Hi Thorgan! Sorry if I didn't reply earlier, but I was still thinking about a team as I didn't have one in mind right away. I guess I would like to know more of Granada FC (if you include players up to 24/25 yo), what do you think?

Are you also willing to do these analyses for youth teams? In that case, I would love to know about Inter Primavera!

Thank you for your great work! :)

Granada FC 

Inter Primavera 

Check! ;)

@TMCosta @Milanista1

And you guys ?

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23 hours ago, thorgan lesar said:

This was my list 2 - 3 months ago. Already did 20 teams. 19 of them in Europe and 1 of them in USA.

This was the list:
Done...
FC Nordsjælland ✔
Famaliçao ✔
Lommel SK ✔
CSKA Moskva ✔
Philadelphia Union ✔
Sporting CP ✔
Saint Etienne (jaybee) ✔
Vitoria Guimarâes (TMCosta) ✔
PSV (milanista1) ✔
RedBull Salzburg ✔
Stade Rennes ✔
FC Liefering ✔
FC Twente ✔
Boavista ✔
SC Heerenveen ✔
SL Benfica ✔
KRC Genk ✔
Club Brugge NXT ✔
RSC Anderlecht ✔
AC Milan ✔

Still needs to be done:
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MŠK Žilina
Ajax FC
AS Monaco

@Milanista1 @TMCosta @gyanthecat

Now you three guys can chose a team and will come in the list 'soon'.. 

If you definitely want a 2nd team because you can't chose between those teams that's still okay, but not more then 2 teams. :)

@Milanista1 

What do you think of my view on AC Milan ?

With all due respect: it's a good-very good attempt. 

As a Milan fan - I could add:

Donna: Potential to be top 3 goalkeeper in the world (one day). To improve further he must work on his handing and distribution of the ball.

Hernandez: Has incredible contribution to Milan since his arrival, even scoring some very important goals: which is rare for a LB.

Salad: Has been mediocre or either very good. He can be quite a frustrating player sometimes.

Leao: Impressive first start, better suited as a lone striker (poacher type), much like Flippo Inzagi. However, his pace on the wings is always gonna be an asset against defensive teams. To further improve he must start to be mature in his game and stop showing signs of being a 👶 - Ballotelli = uninterested to play for the team in some games, given the fact that it was his chance to shine with Ibra's absence. 🙂

Benn: He's formed a great partnership with Kessie (one of our best passers of the ball). Although, he still needs to play better alongside the other mids in the team. He could also work on his long range shotting, rather than wasting possention by taking a meaningless shot - in order to become a more immense player. 

Brahim: I also get Suso vibes from Brahim. I just hope he plays more like the one-season wonder Suso, not the hot/cold Suso, who eventually become slowly became invisible and useless.

Mattia Gabbia - He's been very mature and quite impressive in his limited apps this season. Has great potential to form a partnership with Alessio Romagnoli, giving Kjear or Kalulu a rest from time to time.

Haugue: Has shown positive first signs, of course he still needs more time to adapt to the league and gel with his new team. 

Lorenzo Colombo and Daniel Maldini both could do with a loan move out. We should have enough cover without the duo, happen we can get a Fwd, 1 or 2 AM's, CM/DM and a CB in the winter window. 🙂

 

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1 hour ago, Milanista1 said:

 

With all due respect: it's a good-very good attempt. 

As a Milan fan - I could add:

Donna: Potential to be top 3 goalkeeper in the world (one day). To improve further he must work on his handing and distribution of the ball.

Hernandez: Has incredible contribution to Milan since his arrival, even scoring some very important goals: which is rare for a LB.

Salad: Has been mediocre or either very good. He can be quite a frustrating player sometimes.

Leao: Impressive first start, better suited as a lone striker (poacher type), much like Flippo Inzagi. However, his pace on the wings is always gonna be an asset against defensive teams. To further improve he must start to be mature in his game and stop showing signs of being a 👶 - Ballotelli = uninterested to play for the team in some games, given the fact that it was his chance to shine with Ibra's absence. 🙂

Benn: He's formed a great partnership with Kessie (one of our best passers of the ball). Although, he still needs to play better alongside the other mids in the team. He could also work on his long range shotting, rather than wasting possention by taking a meaningless shot - in order to become a more immense player. 

Brahim: I also get Suso vibes from Brahim. I just hope he plays more like the one-season wonder Suso, not the hot/cold Suso, who eventually become slowly became invisible and useless.

Mattia Gabbia - He's been very mature and quite impressive in his limited apps this season. Has great potential to form a partnership with Alessio Romagnoli, giving Kjear or Kalulu a rest from time to time.

Haugue: Has shown positive first signs, of course he still needs more time to adapt to the league and gel with his new team. 

Lorenzo Colombo and Daniel Maldini both could do with a loan move out. We should have enough cover without the duo, happen we can get a Fwd, 1 or 2 AM's, CM/DM and a CB in the winter window. 🙂

 

And that's a view from a real AC Milan fan. I get that about Saelemaekers. The same in RSCA. :D

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And if I make a complete list of all the little views on the players like this... :

PAGE 1 ==> PAGE 50
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Page 14: El Bilal Toure
Page 23: Florian Wirtz
Page 29: Patson Daka
Page 31: Roméo Lavia, Nuno Mendes and Mohammed Daramy
Page 32: Luka Romero
Page 33: Jens Petter Hauge and William Bøving
Page 34: Dominik Szoboszlai, Luka Romero, Nurìo Fortuna
Page 36: Filip Krastev, Tanguy Kouassi
Page 37: Marcelo Pitaluga
Page 38: Fabian Luzzi, Manfred Ugalde, Mohammed Kudus
Page 39: Luka Sučić, Giorgos Vagiannidis, Szymon Wlodarczyk, Ariel Mosor, Radoslaw Cielemecki, Mohammed Kudus, Jude Bellingham
Page 40: Fabian Luzzi, Samson Tijani, Oumar Soulet
Page 41: Zeljko Gavric, Andrija Radulovic, Angel Miguel Martinez, Marcus Edwards
Page 42: Jarrad Branthwaite, Emil Bohinen
Page 43: Niklas Dorsch, Arne Engels, Zak Emmerson, Dennis Borkowski
Page 44: Marco Kana, Gerardo Arteaga, Victor Guzman, Mohamed-Ali Cho, Thomas Hasal
Page 45: Jeppe Kjær, Steve Mvoue, Daouda Peeters, Kamaldeen Sulemana
Page 46: Martin Minchev
Page 47: Folarin Balogun, Eugenio Pizzuto, Angel Gomes
Page 48: Ferran Torres, Jonathan Gómez, Lazaros Lamprou
Page 49: Sekou Diawara, José Macias, Jonathan David, Abdoul Tapsoba, Felipe Andres, Bruny Nsimba
Page 50: Issa Kabore, Aster Vranckx, Luca Oyen, Isaac Nuhu, Bruno Fuchs

PAGE 51 ==> 100
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Page 51: Jonathan David, Take Kubo
Page 52: Sergey Pinyaev, Mohammed Salisu, Billy Koumetio, Hugo Novoa, Francesco Antonucci, Jeppe Kjær, Jésus Reinier, Filip Stevanovic, Landry Dimata
Page 53: Youssouph Badji, Raphael Holzhauser, Efrain Morales, Jonathan Gómez, Jésus Reinier, In-Beom Hwang, Paxten Aaronson
Page 54: Chukwubuike Adamu Jr, Nicolas Raskin, Alessandro Albanese, Daan Heymans, Hervé Koffi, Marius Noubissi, Patrick Berg
Page 55: Guy Mbenza, Jens Petter Hauge, Victor Boniface, Patrick Berg, Liberato Cacace, Chidera Ejuke
Page 56: Leonidas Stergiou, Brandon Soppy, Cade Cowell, Mohamed-Ali Cho, Nicolas Raskin
Page 57: Robert Gumny, Moussa Ndiaye, Ansu Fati, Kenneth Taylor
Page 58: Charlie Baker, Fabio Silva, Maurits Kjærgaard
Page 59: Alejandro Gómez, Pablo Paéz Gavi, Emil Roback
Page 60: Kristian Arnstad, Lazar Samardzic, Mike Trésor, Loïs Openda, Charles De Ketelaere, Eduardo Camavinga, Sandro Tonali
Page 61: Bastien Toma, Kaya Ruiz-Atil, Ante Palaversa, Zito Luvumbo
Page 62: Kristian Arnstad, Daniel Phillips, Toon Raemaekers, Kamal Sowah, Anton Tanghe, Arthur Théate, Daan Heymans, Marcelo Pitaluga
Page 63: Elias Sierra, Kristian Thorstvedt, Mohammed Diomandé
Page 64: Konrad De La Fuente, Ulysses Llanez, Kamil Jozwiak, Piero Hincapié, Ibrahima Breze Fofana, Marash Kumbulla, Claudio Guga, Joakim Mæhle, Jamal Musiala, Ki-Jana Hoever
Page 65: Jude Bellingham, Gio Reyna, Jérémy Doku, Griffin Yow, Mohammed Kudus, Luca Oyen, Michel-Ange Balikwisha, Dejan Kulusevski,
Page 66: Sergio Arribas, Marvin Park, Nikola Vlasic, Santiago Cartagena, Juan Manuel Gutierrez
Page 67: Aaron Hickey, Bruny Nsimba
Page 68: Aster Vranckx, Liberato Cacace, Sergino Dest, Luis Henrique, Lewis Neilson
Page 69: Thomas Van Den Keybus, Santos Antony, Sebastiano Esposito, Yan Couto, Josko Gvardiol, Carlos Alvarez, Kamaldeen Sulemana
Page 70: Oskar Siira Sivertsen, Manfred Ugalde, Rayane Bounida, Julien Duranville, Ethan Butera, Ilya Zabarnyi, Facundo Pellistri
Page 71: Terem Moffi, Jens Petter Hauge
Page 72: Jérémy Doku, Kamal Sowah, Chris Richards, Michel-Ange Balikwisha, Nicolas Raskin, Abdoul Tapsoba, Ismaila Coulibaly, Kristian Arnstad, Matisse Samoise
Page 73: Amad Traoré, Frederik Winther, Jakub Moder, Michal Karbownik
Page 74: Marcelo Pitaluga, Zinho Vanheusden, Alexis Saelemaekers, Joscha Wosz, Kamaldeen Sulemana, Lenny Lacroix, Sinaly Diomandé, Pierre Dwomoh, Caden Clark
Page 75: Manuel Ugarte, Stanislav Shopov, Erik Dueñas, Arnold Eba, Matthew Cudjoe, Yacine Titraoui, Neco Williams, Brenden Aaronson, Jack McClynn
Page 77: Armin Gigovic, Cisse Sandra, Nicolas Raskin, Jude Soonsup-Bell, Siemen Voet, Yani Van Den Bossche, David Mukuna, Ismaila Coulibaly
Page 78: Julien Ngoy, Christian Torres, Georges Mikautadze, Matvey Safonov Page 79: Alejandro (Cruzeiro), Aliou Dieng, Darwin Nuñez, Jens Petter Hauge, Alex Baena, Yéremi Pino, Luqman Hakim
Page 80: Lukas Nmecha, Michael Murillo, Hollman Camilo McCormick
Page 81: Jahkeele Marshall-Rutty, Justin Owolabi-Belewu, Anatoliy Trubin, Valeriy Bondar, Manor Solomon, Cardoso Tête, Marcos Antonio, Adedire Abude, Jesper Tolinsson, Mario Stroeykens, Noah Sadiki, Felipe Augusto
Page 82: Jegor Yarmolyuk, Pedri, Igor Diveev, Wesley Fofana
Page 83: Nati Clarke, Arthur Théate, Emeka Nnamani, Filip Stevanovic, Jesper Karlsson, Noah Okafor, Sekou Koita
Page 84: Vuk Strikovic, Brian Brobbey, Andres Andrade, Loïs Openda, Giovani Henrique, Richy Ledezma, Magnus Rissnaes
Page 85: Matteo Parmentier, Paul Mukairu, Samuel Lino, Ângelo Gabriel, Muhammed Badamosi
Page 86: Williot Swedberg
Page 87: Yunus Musah, Alexis Saelemaekers, Santos Antony
Page 88: Isaias Violante, Ruslan Neshcheret, Rocket Ritarita, Matias Arezo, Funsho Bamgboye, Modibo Sagnan
Page 89: Joâo Vasconcelos, Jude Soonsup-Bell, Nicolas Gioachinni, Alexis Vega
Page 90: Dane Scarlett, Hugo Siquet, Sofiane Diop, Bruno Gonçalves, Dayne St Clair, Daam Foulon, Wout Faes, Jewison Bennette
Page 91: Joâo Rojas, Darwin Nuñez, Pedro Gonçalves, Koki Saito, Sébastien Pineau, Ryan Gravenberch
Page 92: Gaëtan Coucke, Hannes Delcroix, Becir Omeragic, Dodi Lukebakio, Owen Wijndal, Gabriel Véron, Onni Valakari, Jens Cajuste, Moises Caicedo
Page 93: Jude Bellingham, Yunus Musah, Dominik Szoboszlai, Benjamin Rodriguez, Gonçalo Ramos
Page 94: Georgiy Sudakov, Gianluca Scamacca, Youssoufa Moukoko, Matheus Henrique, Orel Mangala
Page 95: Anthony Musaba, James Sands, Sebastian Soto, Gio Reyna, Reggie Cannon, George Bello, Kayky, Magnus Mattsson
Page 96: Moises Caicedo, Ferran Torres, Isak Jóhanneson, Camilo Moya
Page 97: Lenny Lacroix, Youssoufa Moukoko, Deivid Tegues
Page 98: Lyanco, Gio Reyna, Thibo Baeten, Matheus Cunha, Erling Haaland, Youssoufa Moukoko, Caden Clark
Page 99: Roméo Lavia, Ike Ugbo, Anthony Musaba, Marcos Leonardo, Jonathan David, Jens Petter Hauge, Lucao, Pereira Danilo, Ismaila Coulibaly, Alex Alcala
Page 100: Ricardo Pepi, Gianluca Busio, Josh Eppiah, Conrado Buchanelli, Caio Henrique, Loizos Loizou, Jakub Kaminski, Sergino Dest, Konrad De La Fuente, Thiago Almada, Kayky


PAGE 101 ==> ...
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Page 101: Chris Richards, Luka Sucic, Ryan Gravenberch, Cristian Romero, Adolfo Muñoz, Miguel Rodriguez, Naatan Skyttä, Wouter George, Abdoul Tapsoba, Folarin Balogun, Dane Scarlett, Murillo Cerqueira

Page 102: Borel Tomandzoto Beliada, Lukas Reischl, Jude Soonsup-Bell, Karim Adeyemi, Lassina Traoré, Pedro Gonçalves, Carlos Alcaraz, Marcos Senesi, Lisandro Martinez, Luka Romero, Manfred Ugalde, Njegoš Petrovic, Konan N'Dri

Page 103: Ayrton Mboko, Julian Aude, Sofiane Diop, Jesper Lindström, Nicolas Quagliata, Exequiel Zeballos, Tomas Castro Ponce, Ignacio Schor, Guillaume Dietsch, Martin Hongla, Perr Schuurs, Jean Pyerre, Elias Mastokangas, Christian Dahle Borchgrevink, Karim Adeyemi, Bright Arrey-Mbi

Page 104: Manuel Ugarte, Enock Mwepu, David Ayala, Mateo Bajamich, Christopher Fiermarin, Aboubakary Koita, Charles De Ketelaere

Page 105: Oscar Mingueza, Victor Guzman, Diego Rosa

Page 106: Jens Petter Hauge, Luis Mario Diaz, Tajon Buchanan, Nohou Tolo, Mohamed Mady Camara, Mounir Chouiar, Emanuel Reynoso, Alan Velasco, Albert Sambi Lokonga, Lucas Gourna-Douath, Efrain Alvarez

Page 107: Jamal Musiala, Miguel Chaiwa Changa, Weston McKennie, Noa Lang, Ignace Van Der Brempt, Koji Miyoshi, Bryan Heynen, Marcos Paulo, Tjas Begic, Valentin Burgoa, Michel-Ange Balikwisha, Juan Miranda

Page 108: Igor Gomes, Daniel Muñoz, Makhtar Gueye, Fashion Jr. Sakala, Emmanuel Agbadou, Igor Matanovic, Enzo Gimenez, Gonzalo Montiel, Artur Gajdos

Page 109: Abdallah Sima, Esteban Da Silva, Joseph Banda Sabobo, Youssoufa Moukoko, Anderson Contreras, Jérémy Doku, Haji Wright, In-Beom Hwang, Aster Vranckx

Page 110: Bryan Reynolds, Anatoliy Trubin
Page 111: Nikita Iosifov, Larim Kastrati, Lovro Majer, Josko Gvardiol, Owen Wijndal
Page 112: Mai Toure, Silas Wamangituka, Bryan Reynolds, Leon Bailey, Kenneth Taylor, Matheus Nascimento, Jacob Ramsey
Page 113: Gabriel Neves, Krépin Diatta, Sydney van Hooijdonk, Dawid Kurminowski, Yorbe Vertessen, Roman Yaremchuk, Alexis Gamboa
Page 114: Valentin Antov, David Strelec, Mykola Kukharevych, Kastriot Imeri, Valentin Depietri, Lucas Besozzi, Mathis Servais, Owen Otasowie, Dominik Szoboszlai, Lucas Lissens, Frederik Jäkel
Page 115: Lukas Nmecha, Ike Ugbo, Shamar Nicholson, Jamal Baptiste, Jean-Aniel Assi, Lukas Masek, Ioannis Michailidis
Page 116: Osman Bukari, Dominik Szoboszlai, Jovo Lukic, Bryan Reynolds, Jack McClynn, Daryl Dike, Gianluca Busio
Page 117: Samba Diallo, Riqui Puig, Youssouf Ndayishimiye, Kyogo Furuhashi, Israël Kinunga, Kaio Jorge, Jorge Carrascal, Pierre Dwomoh, Gerardo Arteaga
Page 118: Giannis Konstantelias, Marko Ilic, Sven Botman, James McAtee, Ola Brynhildsen, Jaminton Campaz, Joakim Mæhle, Kamil Piątkowski
Page 119: Alan Mozo, Carlos Gutierrez, Dudu Hatamoto, Eric Martel, Florian Wirtz, Yonatan Cohen, Nuno Mendes, Ali Akman, Andres Martin Garcia, Angelo Preciado, Odin Thiago Holm
Page 120: Angelo Preciado, Ishaq Abdulrazak, Osame Sahraoui, Jang Sunday, Janni-Luca Serra
Page 121: Noa Lang, Krépin Diatta, Charles De Ketelaere, Brennan Johnson, Pablo Ortiz, Mikkel Damsgaard, Kaoru Mitoma, Oleg Reabciuk, Mamadou Lamine Camara, Angelo Preciado
Page 122: Isak Jóhanneson, Gio Reyna, Ryotaro Araki, Mark McKenzie, Adrien Truffert, Manuel Ugarte
Page 123: Ole Martin Kolskogen, Jayden Braaf, Jérémy Ebobisse, Riccardo Calafiori, Marinos Tzionis, Dario Sarmiento
Page 124: Ersin Destanoglu, Bagus Khafi, Sivert Mannsverk, Jérémy Doku, Charles De Ketelaere, Andres Colorado, Antwoine Hackford, Kouadio Koné
Page 125: Liel Abada, Ahmed Benbouali, Mohamed Toure, Luca Netz, Cossa Pepê, Tanner Tessmann, Jean Pyerre
Page 126: Amadou Onana, Mamady Diambou, Nene Dorgeles, Daouda Guindo, Matias Melluso, Brenden Aaronson, Santiago Bueno, Andrea Hristov, Brian Rodriguez 
Page 127: Daiki Hashioka, Patrick De Paula, Mahir Emreli, Odilon Kossounou, Kaio Jorge, Fansho Bamgboye
Page 128: Pedri, Lautaro Morales, Mike Trésor Ndayishimiye, Moises Caicedo, David Ayala, Kyle Joseph, Matias Viña, Majeed Ashimeru 

Page 129: Nicolas Demartini, Louie Barry, Claudinho, Artur Victor, Zaidu Sanusi
Page 130: Jude Soonsup-Bell, Rocco Žiković, Matthew Hoppe, Yuri Alberto, Julian Araujo
Page 131: Alfie Devine, Silas Wamangituka, Niklas Dorsch, Donyell Malen, Juan Sforza, Ismaila Coulibaly, Mateusz Praszelik
Page 132: Jhon Jader Durán, John Patrick Finn, Jahkeele Marshall-Rutty, Hugo Siquet, Algassime Bah, Matheus Cunha, Abdou Harroui, Cameron Harper, Jorge Cuenca
Pagina 133: Lutsharel Geertruida, Janis Antiste, Devyne Rensch, Mathias Laborda, Tomas Lecanda, Brian Brobbey, Silva Brenner, Luka Ivanusec, Dimitrije Kamenovic
Page 134: Pablo Ortiz, Joey Veerman, Francisco Conceiçâo, Mario Stroeykens, Umar Sadiq, Kevin Nisbet, Julian Rijkhoff, Jerome Onguéné, Fashion Sakala
Page 135: Cisse Sandra, Carlos Palacios, Daan Dierckx, Thijs Van Leeuwen, Jarne Steuckers, Elkan Baggott, Elye Wahi, Bryan Reynolds
Page 136: Christos Tzolis, William Bøving, David Zima, Matias Arezo, Giannis Konstantelias, Brenden Aaronson, Kwadwo Baah
Page 137: Daniel Perez, Ayo Akinola, Martin Payero, Anouar El Hadj, Adalberto Carrasquilla
Page 138: Stanis Idumbo, Jack McGlynn, Enrik Ostrc, Mohamed Toure, John Kennedy, Cho Geu-Sung, Krépin Diatta, Andres Perea, Ilaix Moriba, Eric Boakye
Page 139: Noah Mbamba, Jacob Bruun Larsen, Facundo Pellistri, Kings Kangwa, Min-Kyu Song, Harvey Elliott, Roman Evgenyev, Manuel Ugarte, Gerardo Arteaga, Angelo Preciado, Mark McKenzie
Page 140: Jaden Philogene-Bidace, Rio Hillen, Prestige Mboungou, Caden Clark, Joaquin Gutierrez
Page 141: Michel-Ange Balikwisha, Facundo Mura, Betim Fazliji, Fidel Ambriz

Page 142: Veljko Nikolic, Carlos Cuesta, Jhon Lucumi, Daniel Muñoz, Jeremie Frimpong, Abdallah Sima, Chris Durkin, Liberato Cacace, Facundo Colidio, Emmanuel Gyabuaa, Noah Mrosek, Deiber Caicedo, Lautaro Morales, Maxim Leitsch, Tajon Buchanan
Page 143: Daniel Perez, Ronald Araujo, Kiernan Dewsburry-Hall, Anel Ahmedhodzic, Lucas Tamarez, Carver Miller, Grayson Dettoni, Michael Wentzel, Niklas Dossmann, Manfred Ugalde
Page 144: Alexsander Cristhian, Luka Sučić, Benjamin Sesko, Kamaldeen Sulemana, Thomas Galdames
Page 145: Noah Mbamba, Kyriani Sabbe, Saïdou Sow, Andrej Djokanovic, Chris Durkin
Page 146: Ali Akman, Ronnie Edwards, Matheus Nascimento

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This evening was to look at the critics. Point nr. 3 "Suggestions" is for later... :)

More rating predictions in the team analyses...
@Mike0007 I want to give more a look in the Big Five 5-leagues but @jaybee and @Soccahappy especially are doing a great job with these. I think you have experts there. :)
Maybe I can look more to the 2nd division of the Big Five-leagues.

 

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Amadou Onana (19) doing a good job at HSV at 2.Bundesliga. The young Belgian midfielder is currently injured, but he's one of the most surprising factors at HSV this season...

📈 Rate: 73... + 5 to 78
⏱ 60 % of the playing time (total: 14 games)
️ 1 goal

As defensive midfielder currently strong at his feet and physicall pretty strong. Very mature for his age..

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12 hours ago, Kieran_S91 said:

Tiago Dantas

Age - 20

Club - Benfica (Bayern Munich) Option to buy.

Position - CM/CAM

Nationality - Portugal

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Compared to as Thiago Alacantara’s successor at Bayern, Dantas has such qualities which could make you believe he could be a direct replacement in years to come and is maybe a reason why Hansi Flick was so keen to have him.

Dantas can play as a 6 or as a number 10, he possess brilliant technical ability having a full range of passes at his disposal. Not only that but along with his passing he has great ball control and is comfortable receiving the ball anywhere on the field. He is the perfect example of a modern day playmaker, excellent under pressure from the oppositions press and wonderfully energetic with superb confidence and technique with the ball at his feet.

Due to work permit issues Dantas has not been able to feature this season until this month (January) so it was no surprise to see him named among the substitutes in Bayern’s 5-2 win over Mainz yesterday.


Already known with a lot of people on the forum and worldwide, he is classed as a 10/10 talent and has a huge future in football. I’m certain he will get a string of appearances after the winter break.

Since his arrival at Bayern he’s been spending a lot of time with Thomas Müller getting to learn the German language and showing great application. Dantas has featured for Portugal at youth level many times and is highly rated among their setup also.

SM rating - 78

Value - 2 million

MUST BUY!!

 

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OFFICIAL: Red Bull Salzburg have completed the triple signing of Mamady Diambou (18), Nene Dorgeles (18), and Daouda Guindo (18) from Malian club, Guidars FC, on contracts until May 31, 2025.

Nene Dorgeles is the most promising of the three players with his creativity...
RedBull Salzburg doesn't stop scouting especially again in Africa...

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Federico Navarro (20) from CA Talleres is making pretty well impressions on me this season with a high accuracy in his passing. 88 % of all his passes are completed. He's a player who's very crucial to have in the modern soccer..

📈 Rate 78 --> 80
⏱ 29 games in total for CA Talleres

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Scouting Federico Navarro at this moment. A little look on a video of him.. :)

 

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Matias Melluso (22) is going through his complete breakthrough in Argentina this season as left back at Gimnasia. At the moment he didn't miss a second in the Championship Round of Argentina.

📈 Rate: 80... + 2/3 to 82/83
⏱ 31 games in total for Gimnasia La Plata
🅰️ 1 assist

Strong in 1vs1 duels and important footballing ability wise. Has a great pass in him...

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Another sneak peek on how I deal with the statics of the Belgian teams.
The minutes are in percentages and I'm combining individual statics into this plus my own vision on what I see on the field.

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Click on photo and zoome in

Tegendoelpunten = goals conceded
Shootouts = clean sheets
Aantal minuten = total minutes
Gemiddeld tegendoelpunten = average goals conceded

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On 11/2/2020 at 7:50 PM, Kieran_S91 said:

El Chadaille Bitshiabu

Age - 15

Club - PSG

Position - CB

Nationality - France

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Yet another highly rated french central defender coming through the ranks at PSG. He’s a very tall central defender with a good physique reminiscent of someone of a much older age.

Bitshiabu is a man mountain with a brilliant left foot who is great at switching play and starting attacks, he’s also a good turn of pace for someone so big.

He’s yet to play at international youth level for France but I wouldn’t be surprised if that isn’t too far away.

Maybe still some way off featuring for the senior team Bitshiabu is a defender with real talent who could be a huge player for the future.

SM rating - N/A

Value - N/A

Football wonderkids tweeted...

Several academy stars got the chance to impress Mauricio Pochettino yesterday.

One stood out for us - 6’5”, left-footer centreback 🇫🇷 El Chadaille Bitshiabu. 15 years old.

Expect a pro deal in May when he turns 16. ✍️

Interesting times for the young 15 year old defender who I did a mini report on in November.

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Former Barcelona player Santiago Bueno (22) is becoming very interesting in La Liga 2 in Girona FC.

📈 Rate: 77... +3/5 to 80/82
⏱ 72 % of the playing time (total: 20 games)
🅰️ 1 assist

Has a good descision-making choices and strong in duels. His ball ability is on point..

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Benoit Badiashile (19 years old, France)
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16 / 17 games (88 %)
Rate: 87... + 1 to 88
️ 2 goals
To be completely honest I'm not the biggest fan of Badiashile, because he is sometimes not completely concentrated during the game. Still he has some nice potential and definitely in 2 years the potential to make it in a bigger team.

Aurelien Tchouameni (20 years old, France)
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16 / 17 games (86 %)
Rate: 85... + 1 to 86
🅰️ 1 assist
Surprisingly doing very well at AS Monaco, good in 1vs1 duels and important part of the slightly better AS Monaco then previous seasons.

Youssouf Fofana (21 years old, France)
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14 / 17 games (77 %)
Rate: 85... + 1 to 86
🅰️ 1 assist
Needs to step up more to make the difference for AS Monaco, but doing pretty good. I expect more things from him.

Axel Disasi (22 years old, France)
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14 / 17 games (76 %)
Rate: 86
️ 2 goals
He was previous season very good, this season he has it a bit more difficult due to 2 red cards and confirming in a 2nd season is always a difficult one. Still I strongly believe in Disasi.

Sofiane Diop (20 years old, France)
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17 / 17 games (76 %)
Rate: 83... + 3 to 86
️ 4 goals
He's making pretty nice impressions this season at such a young player. If he gets the time in Monaco he can become in 2 years a player for teams like Sevilla FC.

Caio Henrique (23 years old, Brazil)
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10 / 17 games (44 %)
Rate: 85
Doing also pretty good, but needs to work more on his assists in my opinion. Definitely developping well to France and to AS Monaco. I aspect some good things in 2021.

Chrislian Matsima (18 years old, France)
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5 / 17 games (22 %)
No Rate..
One of the brightest talents coming through in AS Monaco and already playing with No. 6 in the League. Will be a interesting player in 2021.

Willem Geubbels (19 years old, France)
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12 / 17 games (15 %)
Rate: 77... + 1 to 78
️ 1 goal
Was named as the next big thing in Lyon, but left for AS Monaco. Some injuries were struggles to developp to a good player. This season is Geubbels 100 % fit but has it harsh to find his old level back. He needs a lot of time and trust in him to grow in 2021. An important year..

Florentino Luis (21 years old, Portugal)
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6 / 17 games (13 %)
Rate: 85
Probably the biggest dissapointment in AS Monaco. AS Monaco had high hopes to replace Ndombele with Fiorentino Luis, but that isn't happening, also due to a lack of attitude.

Pietro Pellegri (19 years old, Italy)
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11 / 17 games (12 %)
Rate: 80
️ 1 goal
Like Geubbels he suffered from a very long injury, but otherwise I aspect some little good things from Pellegri. In Italy they're following him already for the NT. Can 2021 bring his level back ? Needs some time, but still a lot of potential.

Eliot Matazo (18 years old, Belgium)
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5 / 17 games (7 %)
Rate: 73... + 2 to 75
Another young Belgian player I'm talking about Abroad, but Matazo made his debut at such a young age at AS Monaco. Already got the first red card. Matazo needs to developp physically and be a little more mature in his playing style. He's sometimes too much energie.



Malamine Efekele is in my eyes a big talent who can get a little chance already in 2021. Some player to follow for sure. Enzo Millot is also expected to have some more chances in 2021.

 

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On 12/9/2020 at 9:53 PM, thorgan lesar said:

FAMALIÇAO
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Gustavo Assunçao (20 years old, Brazil)
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9 / 9 games (100 %)
Rate: 83
️ 1 goal
Deserves that step forward, a very nice player.

Eduardo Ricielli (22 years old, Brazil)
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8 / 9 games (85 %)
Rate: 82
️ 1 goal
Doing very well in Famaliçao and definitely interesting for the bigger teams in Portugal. Together with Assunçao the most promising.

Carlos Valenzuela (23 years old, Argentina)
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9 / 9 games (80 %)
Rate: 78
️ 2 goals
He's on loan from Barracas at the moment. He's adapting pretty good, but need to grow to be more efficiant.

Bruno Jordâo (22 years old, Portugal)
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8 / 9 games (67 %)
Rate: 78
️ 1 goal
🅰️ 1 assist
Wolverhampton rents him out at the moment in Famaliçao and is doing okay at the moment. Needs to grow to be more present in the game.

Edwin Herrera (22 years old, Colombia)
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6 / 9 games (66 %)
Rate: 78
He's on loan from Independiente Santa Fé in Famaliçao at the moment needs to step up to make an impact, but is adapting very well.

Joaquin Pereyra (22 years old, Argentina)
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8 / 9 games (58 %)
Rate: 78
🅰️ 1 assist
He's on loan from CA Rosario, but also needs some time to make an impact. Has for sure the talent to be a good player for Famaliçao.


It's still a work in progress.

Leonardo Campaña, Ivan Jaime and Jhonata Robert already played some minutes, but still need more time to get some more chances.

Hi Thorgan! I saw your Famalicão analysis, and there's no mention of Diogo Queirós (turns 22 today). Any particular reason?

@TMCosta what's your opinion about this player? Cheers! :)

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7 minutes ago, gyanthecat said:

Hi Thorgan! I saw your Famalicão analysis, and there's no mention of Diogo Queirós (turns 22 today). Any particular reason?

@TMCosta what's your opinion about this player? Cheers! :)

Folowing the strict loanees legislation Porto released 50% of some good players (some uefa youth league winners): Afonso Sousa (Belenenses), Oleg Reabciuk (Paços de Ferreira and now Olympiakos bought him) and Diogo Queirós (Famalicão). Diogo is now a starter after a good season in Belgium but Famalicão not doing great. He is good keep him a bit longer to see if he continues developing.

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54 minutes ago, gyanthecat said:

Hi Thorgan! I saw your Famalicão analysis, and there's no mention of Diogo Queirós (turns 22 today). Any particular reason?

@TMCosta what's your opinion about this player? Cheers! :)

Not enough minutes, but I could have mentionned him indeed. Last weekend Queiros was playing very well. I aspect he will play more and definitely one to keep for the moment.

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58 minutes ago, TMCosta said:

Georges Mikautadze not in the DB...what can u say about him Thorgan? He is suspended till February....did he murdered someone? :)

A dangerous tackle with no thinking apparently, but to be honest I didn't saw this tackle, so maybe ;)

Good player for mid-table teams, but physically not strong. When added good investment though

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Andrea Hristov (21) making name in Bulgaria for Slavia Sofia as central defender in the Efbet Liga.. Physically strong player and pretty fast. Definitely interesting for Portugese and Belgian teams.

📈 Rate: 76 --> 78
⏱ 94 % of the playing time (total: 16 games)
️ 1 goal
🅰️ 1 assist

After the season a step up to a better league ?...

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At the right

 

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