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Hi may i ask what will happen to the rating of Viviano (23 85 GK) of Brescia?
Viviano is one of Italy's best young goalkeepers. Should Brescia be promoted to Serie A, he is very likely to get higher.

There are rumours that he has agreed to join Inter for next season, but with Toldo having extended his contract, I believe Viviano is likely to stay at Brescia or move to another club (highly likely another Serie A club) to play first team football.

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does marilungo rise??

I've already posted a response to this! He won't go up, he won't go down. He's only just been added to the DB. The only case where he may get a rise is if SM are slow to get around to the Italian ratings and Marilungo goes and scores a couple of goals in this time, like I've already said. Why don't you understand this? :confused:

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This is one of the best threads i have seen on this forum. Very informative and lots a friendly debate. Nice one CalcioItalia.

What about a positional chance for STANKOVIC. He plays all over the midfield for Inter.?

Thank you very much.

Stankovic has played as AM or CM for Inter this season. I think his current position reflects this' date=' so I think he is unlikely to change. Maybe he will change to M, but I don't see that happening.

does marilungo rise??
No, he has just been added and it is unlikely after a few games to increase.
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Hmm thanks for the response. Do you mean that he cant get any higher now than his current 85 in Serie B?Thanks in advance.
He can get to 86 while in Serie B' date=' but not any higher. But Brescia look very likely to be promoted (via play-offs).
Will Kwadwo Asamoah of Udinese rise in the upcoming changes? He's supposedly tracked by a number of top Italian clubs and a star for Ghana.
He will rise for sure. All Serie A clubs have been reviewed in this thread.
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Will Kwadwo Asamoah of Udinese rise in the upcoming changes? He's supposedly tracked by a number of top Italian clubs and a star for Ghana.

75 -> 85/86. I honestly believe this kid is going to be HUGE. I watch Udinese a lot, and already rate him higher than other talents such as Zapata, Felipe, Isla (who tbf is quite poor) and even the amazing Alexis Sanchez (who I rate very, very highly).

He's got amazing vision, can pass, can tackle, is strong, and generally has all the attributes you want from a box-to-box midfielder. He's been playing for what, 3 months? and his market value is already £15 million and clubs such as Inter, Juventus and Arsenal are interested, with Juve apparently willing to exchange talented left back De Ceglie along with a sum of cash.

He's already being compared to the likes of Essien and Muntari. I honestly think he could be starting for the likes of Inter or Juve within a season. Future 93+

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I will start with Serie B teams, beginning with the leaders Bari.

(**) indicates a regular who have started/played most games.

(*) indicates a regular who have played most games, but might not have started the games.

If a player doesn't have either, it would indicate he rarely plays and likely to drop.

Bari

GILLET, Jean-Francois 84 -> 85/86 (**) +1 to 85 arrow-ne1.png

SANTONI, Nicola 80 -> 79 No change 80

SPADAVECCHIA, Vitangelo 78 -> 76 No change 78

PARISI, Alessandro 85 -> 85/86 (**) No change 85

BONOMI, Simone 80 -> 81 (*) No change 80

GALASSO, Gianluca 82 -> 82/83 (*) No change 82

STELLINI, Cristian 82 -> 84 (**) +2 to 84 arrow-ne1.png

ESPOSITO, Marco 82 -> 84 (**) +2 to 84 arrow-ne1.png

MASIELLO, Andrea 83 -> 84/85 (**) +1 to 84 arrow-ne1.png

RANOCCHIA, Andrea 78 -> 79/80 (*) +2 to 80 arrow-ne1.png

ALLEGRINI, Giacinto 74 -> 74 No change 74

DI DIO, Palmiro 80 -> 78 No change 80

DE VEZZE, Daniele 86 -> 86/87 (**) No change 86

GAZZI, Alessandro 83 -> 84/85 (**) +1 to 84 arrow-ne1.png

BIANCO, Raffaele 78 -> 80 (*) +2 to 80 arrow-ne1.png

DOUMBIA, Almamy (Not in DB -> 70) Added with 74

EDUSEI, Mark 86 -> 84 -2 to 84

DONDA, Mariano 85 -> 85/86 (**) No change 85

MASIELLO, Salvatore 85 -> 85 (*) -1 to 84

GUBERTI, Stefano 85 -> 85/86 (**) No change 85

RIVAS, Emanuel 82 -> 84 (**) +2 to 84 arrow-ne1.png

KAMATA, Pedro 80 -> 83 (**) +2 to 82 arrow-ne1.png

STRAMBELLI, Nicola 75 -> 74 No change 75

DE PASCALIS, Claudio 75 -> 78/79 (*) No change 75

DESIDERI, Davide 78 -> 77 No change 78

SODINHA, Monteiro 72 -> 74 No change 72

BARRETO, Paulo 85 -> 86 (**) No change 85

LANZAFAME, Davide 84 -> 83 +1 to 85 arrow-ne1.png

KUTUZOV, Vitali 85 -> 85/86 (**) No change 85

COLOMBO, Corrado 82 -> 82 (*) No change 82

CAPUTO, Francesco 75 -> 81 (**) +7 to 82 arrow-ne1.png

CAVALLI, Simone 81 -> 79 No change 81

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Parma

PAVARINI, Nicola 83 -> 85/86 (**) +2 to 85 arrow-ne1.png

PEGOLO, Gianluca 84 -> 83 -1 to 83

GINESTRA, Paolo 77 -> 75 No change 77

CASTELLINI, Paolo 86 -> 86/87 (**) No change 86

ANTONELLI, Luca 83 -> 83 (*) -1 to 82

ZENONI, Damiano 86 -> 86/87 (**) No change 86

LUCARELLI, Alessandro 86 -> 86/87 (**) No change 86

PACI, Massimo 86 -> 86 (**) No change 86

ROSSI, Marco 85 -> 85/86 (**) No change 85

FALCONE, Giulio 85 -> 85/84 (*) -1 to 84

TROEST, Magnus 84 -> 85 (**) No change 84

DAGOSTINO, Antonino 83 -> 82 No change 83

MANZONI, Alessio 79 -> 79 No change 79

MORRONE, Stefano 87 -> 87 (**) -1 to 86

BUDEL, Alessandro 86 -> 86/87 (**) No change 86

MARIGA, McDonald 85 -> 86 (**) No change 85

LUNARDINI, Francesco 80 -> 82/83 (**) No change 80

LEON, Julio Cesar 87 -> 87 (**) -1 to 86

PISANU, Andrea 86 -> 85/86 (*) -2 to 84

PARRAVICINI, Francesco 84 -> 82 No change 84

REGINALDO, Ferreira 86 -> 86 (**) -1 to 85

VANTAGGIATO, Daniele 84 -> 86 (**) No change 84

PALOSCHI, Alberto 83 -> 85 (**) +1 to 84 arrow-ne1.png

LUCARELLI, Cristiano 89 -> 88/87 (**) -2 to 87

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Livorno

DE LUCIA, Alfonso 84 -> 86 (**) No change 84

MAZZONI, Luca 72 -> 72 No change 72

BONETTO, Riccardo 84 -> 86/85 (**) No change 84

RIZZA, Giuseppe 70 -> 74/75 +5 to 75 arrow-ne1.png

GRANDONI, Alessandro 86 -> 86/85 (*) -2 to 84

MIGLIONICO, Leonardo 84 -> 85 (*) No change 84

GALANTE, Fabio 85 -> 84 -2 to 83

PERTICONE, Romano 80 -> 83/84 (**) +3 to 83 arrow-ne1.png

TERRANOVA, Emanuele 80 -> 81 (*) No change 80

PAVAN, Simone 84 -> 82 No change 84

MARCUS DINIZ, Paixao 74 -> 76 +2 to 76

FILIPPINI, Antonio 86 -> 86/85 (*) -1 to 85

BERGVOLD, Martin 84 -> 85 (**) No change 84

PULZETTI, Nico 86 -> 86/87 (**) -1 to 85

ROSI, Aleandro 84 -> 86/85 (**) +1 to 85 arrow-ne1.png

FILIPPINI, Emanuele 84 -> 84 (*) -1 to 83

LOVISO, Massimo 85 -> 86/87 (**) No change 85

CANDREVA, Antonio 80 -> 82/83 (**) +3 to 83 arrow-ne1.png

DIAMANTI, Alessandro 84 -> 85 (**) +1 to 85 arrow-ne1.png

GIANNICHEDDA, Giuliano 84 -> 82 Disappeared

MIGLIORINI, Andrea 72 -> 73 No change 72

TAVANO, Francesco 87 -> 87 (**) No change 87

PAULINHO BETANIN, Sergio 82 -> 83 (*) -1 to 81

VOLPE, Francesco 77 -> 80/81 (**) +3 to 80

CELLERINO, Gaston 84 -> 83 No change 84

ROSSINI, Fausto 85 -> 85 (*) -1 to 84

DANILEVICIUS, Tomas 84 -> 85 (**) -1 to 83

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Brescia

VIVIANO, Emiliano 85 -> 86 (**) No change 85

ARCARI, Michele 78 -> 78 No change 78

DALLAMANO, Simone 83 -> 83 (*) No change 83

GILBERTO MARTINEZ, Vidal 83 -> 85 (**) +1 to 84 arrow-ne1.png

ZAMBELLI, Marco 83 -> 85 (**) +1 to 84 arrow-ne1.png

RISPOLI, Andrea 74 -> 76/77 (*) +6 to 80 arrow-ne1.png

MARECO, Víctor 84 -> 85/86 (**) +1 to 85 arrow-ne1.png

ZOBOLI, Davide 84 -> 85/86 (**) No change 84

GORZEGNO, Marco 82 -> 83/84 (**) +1 to 83 arrow-ne1.png

BEGA, Francesco 83 -> 83/82 -1 to 82

BERARDI, Gaetano 80 -> 83 (**) +2 to 82 arrow-ne1.png

DE MAIO, Sebastian 72 -> 72/73 No change 72

EL KADDOURI, Omar (not in DB -> 70) Added with 73

TOGNOZZI, Luca 85 -> 84/83 No change 85

BARONIO, Roberto 85 -> 85/86 (**) No change 85

VASS, Ádám 83 -> 85 (**) No change 83

SZETELA, Danny 82 -> 82 (*) No change 82

SALAMON, Bartosz 71 -> 75 (*) +5 to 76 arrow-ne1.png

RINI, Marco Martina 67 -> 67 No change 67

ZAMBRELLA, Fabrizio 83 -> 85/86 (**) +1 to 84 arrow-ne1.png

JADID, Abdelrazak 80 -> 78 (see Bari) -2 to 78

TADDEI, Riccardo 80 -> 82/83 (**) No change 80

MORFEO, Domenico 84 -> 82/81 No change 84

SARNO, Vincenzo 72 -> 71 No change 72

POSSANZINI, Davide 85 -> 85 (**) -1 to 84

CARACCIOLO, Andrea 86 -> 86/87 (**) No change 86

OKAKA CHUKA, Stefano 84 -> 83/84 No change 84

NASSI, Maurizio 80 -> 82/83 (**) +3 to 83 arrow-ne1.png

FECZESIN, Róbert 83 -> 83/84 (*) -1 to 82

CAON, Federico (not in DB -> 94) Not added

DEFENDI, Edoardo (not in DB -> 98) Not added

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Sassuolo

BRESSAN, Walter 83 -> 85 (**) +1 to 84 arrow-ne1.png

POMINI, Alberto 77 -> 76/77 No change 77

PINZAN, Andrea 77 -> 76/75 -2 to 75

DONAZZAN, Nicola 80 -> 84/85 (**) +3 to 83 arrow-ne1.png

GIRELLI, Sebastiano 75 -> 76 No change 75

ANDREOLLI, Marco 82 -> 85 (**) +2 to 84 arrow-ne1.png

REA, Angelo 83 -> 84/85 (**) +1 to 84 arrow-ne1.png

ANSELMI, Fabrizio 80 -> 84/85 (**) +3 to 83 arrow-ne1.png

BASTRINI, Alessandro 82 -> 82/81 No change 82

PICCIONI, Marco 78 -> 83/84 (**) +4 to 82 arrow-ne1.png

CONSOLINI, Nicolò 78 -> 82/83 (**) +2 to 80

SILVESTRINI, Matteo 70 -> 70 No change 70

GRIMALDI, Edevaldo 79 -> 77 No change 79

PENSALFINI, Filippo 80 -> 82/83 (**) +2 to 82 arrow-ne1.png

FILKOR, Attila 78 -> 79/80 No change 78

DELLA ROCCA, Francesco 78 -> 79 No change 78

SALVETTI, Emiliano 83 -> 85/84 (**) +1 to 84 arrow-ne1.png

FUSANI, Massimiliano 80 -> 82/83 (**) +2 to 82

POLI, Andrea 77 -> 82/83 (**) +5 to 82 arrow-ne1.png

MAGNANELLI, Francesco 80 -> 84/85 (**) +3 to 83 arrow-ne1.png

ERPEN, Horacio 80 -> 82/83 (**) +2 to 82

JIDAYI, William 76 -> 75 No change 76

NOSELLI, Alessandro 83 -> 84/85 (**) +1 to 84

MASUCCI, Gaetano 80 -> 83/84 (**) +2 to 82

PAGANI, Stefano 77 -> 82/83 (**) +2 to 79

ZAMPAGNA, Riccardo 86 -> 86 (**) No change 86

MARTINETTI, Daniele 79 -> 80 +1 to 80

SELVA, Andy 80 -> 79/80 -2 to 78

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Empoli

BASSI, Davide 84 -> 85/86 (**) No change 84

DOSSENA, Renato (not in DB -> 72) Added with 74

PELAGOTTI, Alberto 67 -> 67 No change 67

BALLI, Daniele 84 -> 83 No change 84

TOSTO, Vittorio 86 -> 86 (**) -1 to 85

SABATO, Rocco 84 -> 83 No change 84

CUPI, Andrea 84 -> 84 (*) -2 to 82

VINCI, Alessandro 72 -> 78 (*) +5 to 77 arrow-ne1.png

MARZORATTI, Lino 86 -> 86 (**) No change 86

VARGAS, Jorge 86 -> 86 (**) -1 to 85

KOKOSZKA, Adam 82 -> 84/85 (**) +2 to 84 arrow-ne1.png

PICCOLO, Felice 85 -> 85 (**) -1 to 84

ANGELLA, Gabriele 75 -> 80 (*) +2 to 77 arrow-ne1.png

BIANCO, Gianluigi 73 -> 76 +3 to 76 arrow-ne1.png

ADANI, Daniele 83 -> 82 Disappeared

BUSCE, Antonio 86 -> 86 (**) -1 to 85

VANNUCCHI, Ighli 87 -> 87 (**) -2 to 85

CARRUS, Davide 85 -> 84 -2 to 83

MORO, Davide 86 -> 86 (**) -1 to 85

MARIANINI, Francesco 86 -> 86 (**) -1 to 85

VALDIFIORI, Mirko 78 -> 82/83 (**) +4 to 82 arrow-ne1.png

MUSACCI, Gianluca 75 -> 75/76 No change 75

PASQUATO, Christian 78 -> 82 (**) +2 to 80 arrow-ne1.png

NEGRINI, Matteo 77 -> 76 No change 77

LODI, Francesco 85 -> 85/86 (**) No change 85

SAUDATI, Luca 85 -> 85/84 (*) -2 to 83

CORALLI, Claudio 77 -> 76 No change 77

SAPONARA, Riccardo (not in DB -> 70) Added with 72

POZZI, Nicola 85 -> 85/86 (**) No change 85

CORVIA, Daniele 83 -> 85 (**) No change 83

FLACHI, Francesco (not in DB -> 80) Added with 80

ARCIDIACONO, Pietro 73 -> 75/76 No change 73

CATURANO, Salvatore 70 -> 70 No change 70

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I think I will do just the top 6 teams for Serie B. For any other player in Serie B, I will review if asked. At the moment, 3 other teams (Albinoleffe, Grosseto and Triestina) are still in contention for promotion.

Bari 72 points

Parma 67 points

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Livorno 59 points

Brescia 59 points

Sassuolo 58 points

Empoli 56 points

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Albinoleffe 54 points

Grosseto 54 points

Triestina 52 points

Here is a brief idea how promotion works in Serie B.

Three teams from Serie B will be promoted to Serie A, while four teams will be relegated. The top two teams are automatically promoted (Bari and Parma at this point of time). The third-placed team could also be automatically promoted if they finish 10 or more points ahead of the fourth-placed team. Else, the third to sixth-placed team will have a play-off to decide the last team to be promoted.

In round one of the play-off, the third-placed team will play against the sixth-placed team, while the fourth-placed team will play against the fifth-placed team. It will be over two-legs with the higher-placed (third and fourth) teams having home advantage in the second leg. The winner of each two-legged games will enter round two. In the event where the aggregate is a tie, the higher placed team will be declared the winner (third ahead of sixth, fourth ahead of fifth).

In round two, the two winners will play a similar two-legged game with the higher-placed team having home advantage in the second leg. However, this time there will be extra time played if the aggregate is a tie. If the two teams are still tied after thirty minutes, the higher-placed team will be promoted.

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I never knew they had that method for promotion in Italy. I think that's a good idea, letting the higher-placed team in the table progress as it rewards them for performing conisistently over the course of the season, instead of leaving the lottery that is the dreaded penalty shoot-out to sort it all out.

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I never knew they had that method for promotion in Italy. I think that's a good idea' date=' letting the higher-placed team in the table progress as it rewards them for performing conisistently over the course of the season, instead of leaving the lottery that is the dreaded penalty shoot-out to sort it all out.[/quote']

I agree. Five penalties shouldn't decide the fate of a 48 game league season like it could do in England.

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Can anyone tell me why Aquilani is predicted to decrease?

Aquilani will decrease because he has missed a lot of the season due to injury. He'll go to 90. He's had a very furstrating season, but hopefully next season he'll have better luck and rise back to 91 and probably above that in the not too distant future.

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I never knew they had that method for promotion in Italy. I think that's a good idea' date=' letting the higher-placed team in the table progress as it rewards them for performing conisistently over the course of the season, instead of leaving the lottery that is the dreaded penalty shoot-out to sort it all out.[/quote']Yes, such a play-off where the higher-placed team have an advantage is better than just a penalty shoot-out. Essentially, they can afford to play for a draw to advance, while the lower-placed team have to definitely win.
I agree. Five penalties shouldn't decide the fate of a 48 game league season like it could do in England.
What is it like in England?
Can anyone tell me why Aquilani is predicted to decrease?
He has not been playing a lot because of persistent injuries. But he is a good player and can get back to 91 or above.
What do you guys think will happen to the rating of KUZMANOVIC of Fiorentina? Some threads say he will rise to 90 while others say he will stay the same.
He should rise. I would say 70% rise, 30% stay.
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Thank you for all the prompt and corteous responses so far, I managed to swap Carrozieri out for Juninho, 93, as I got a grat swap deal for him and I signed Biava to replace. And good work with the Seria B teams. I have a few good oldies in my team, (by the way I have plenty of other teams with loads of Italians, but there is only 1 team I ask help about), I have Cani and Juric. I see you have predicted a rise of 1 for each. I would say 2 according to the averages, and where there teams lie right now, but are Genoa and Cagliari likely to have another succesive year in relative terms for where they will likely finish? Surely this will bring up the average rating for their teams. I also managed to sign Consigli, before he becomes another Asenjo, Romero or Rui Patricio. I see a rise of 4 for him he has only let in 11 in his 12 games which is not to bad for a mid table team I suppose. Do you think he will go on to bigger teams, or is he a once off, will he reach 90?

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