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Would Christian Gentner keep the CM?[/quote']

He's played pretty much every game for Wolfsburg as a LM. So that should be his primary position. Not sure about his secondary position, he's also played RM a few times last season, but played as a CM for Germany in his 3 games so far.

My personal guess would be a LM/RM, but LM/CM is also a possibility.

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I am sure if you allow more than 22 minutes some info will come along. :)

My opinion is that his rating is OK, he has been scoring quite a few lately so his rating should be safe. I think there are better strikers to spend £20m on though - loads of suggestions elsewhere on the forum.

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I was wondering if anyone can help..

I have Both

Castro RB/DM 22 90

Beck RB 22 88

I actually also have

Corluka RB/CB CB 91

I know a bit about Corluka but not so much the Germans' date='

Which two would you keep???[/quote']

Will Kieslling rise to 91?

Well, Beck has a good chance of an 89 and Castro should stay at a solid 90. Corluka I'm not so sure about; heard he's been a bit shaky lately but you'll have to ask someone who watches Spurs week in and out. :D

On the topic of Kiessling.. he should have a good chance of getting that 91. I think he just might. ;)

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Next week! This has to be the record for the longest ratings update ever it's been a month at least at this stage...

I feel you man, but at this rate they're probably doing a few 2. Bundesliga players tomorrow, the majority of the 2. Bundesliga Thursday and Friday, probably 1-2 bottom of clubs of 1.Bundesliga on Friday and Saturday (you know they go at an even slower pace with big leagues...), take Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday off from updating, and finish off Wednesday and Thursday.

Look at it this way, you have even more time to buy the big risers! :o

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I feel you man' date=' but at this rate they're probably doing a few 2. Bundesliga players tomorrow, the majority of the 2. Bundesliga Thursday and Friday, probably 1-2 bottom of clubs of 1.Bundesliga on Friday and Saturday (you know they go at an even slower pace with big leagues...), take Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday off from updating, and finish off Wednesday and Thursday.

Look at it this way, you have even more time to buy the big risers! :o[/quote']

Yeah lol, I was kinda happy it was taking long at first.. coz now I have more time to wait for this manager to sign in and accept my bid for Ozil.. (he still hasn't signed in since 22 October :mad: ) but now SM are just being unrealistic.. What are they even doing? Playing Pro Evo? :P

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anything on kevin KURANYI? im looking for a new striker' date=' and all the ones on the search thread, upto him, are at managed clubs, and i only have 20mil?

any advice would be great.

thanks :)[/quote']

Im no expect but this season in all comp he has 7 goals, 3 assists in 10 games

take a look

http://soccernet.espn.go.com/players/stats?id=10639&cc=5739

so do you guys he will keep his 91 or go to 92?

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Today' date=' SM has finished the second Bundesliga and has started rating the first Bundesliga with the teams Hertha and Bochum so far.[/quote']

Ah forgot Bochum are in the top division which is quite amazing considering i have only seen them play on ESPN the other week,Hertha i must have skipped past on the rating changes,I guess tommorow they will do midtable teams and the top teams on friday.

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Changes taking place today:

Cheap high risers (from 70's to 81)

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Philipp Heerwagen (VFL Bochum) 80 -> 82/83 - rose to 83

Cheap risers from the 2. Bundesliga

Michael Parensen (1. FC Union Berlin) 73 -> 78 - rose to 77

Patrick Kohlmann (1. FC Union Berlin) 77 -> 81-83 - rose to 80

Michael Bemben (1. FC Union Berlin) 78 -> 80-82 - rose to 80

John Jairo Mosquera (1. FC Union Berlin) 77 -> 82/83 - rose to 82

Kenan Sahin (1. FC Union Berlin) 78 -> 81/82 - rose to 80

Tobias Sippel (1. FC Kaiserslautern) 82 -> 84 - rose to 83

Georges Mandjeck (1. FC Kaiserslautern) 77 -> 81 - rose to 82

Rodnei (1. FC Kaiserslautern) 80 -> 82/83 - rose to 83

Bastian Schulz (1. FC Kaiserslautern) 80 -> 82 - rose to 82

Sidney Sam (1. FC Kaiserslautern) 82 -> 84 - rose to 83

Davidson Drobo-Ampen (FC St. Pauli) 75 -> 79/80 - rose to 78

Deniz Naki (FC St. Pauli) 77 -> 82-84 - rose to 82

Rouwen Hennings (FC St. Pauli) 80 -> 82 - didn't rise

Arne Feick (Arminia Bielefeld) 77 -> 82 - rose to 82

Michael Ratajczak (Fortuna Düsseldorf) 74 -> 80 - rose to 78

Soares Anderson (Fortuna Düsseldorf) 77 -> 81-83 - rose to 82

Hamza Cakir (Fortuna Düsseldorf) 79 -> 82/83 - didn't rise (lost his starting place on the day I posted this)

Ranisav Jovanovic (Fortuna Düsseldorf) 79 -> 82/83 - rose to 81

Johannes van den Bergh (Fortuna Düsseldorf) 78 -> 82/83 - rose to 80

Oliver Fink (Fortuna Düsseldorf) 78 -> 83/82 - rose to 80

Andreas Lambertz (Fortuna Düsseldorf) 78 -> 82/83 - rose to 80

Sebastian Langkamp (Karlsruher SC) 75 -> 81-83 - rose to 80

Lars Stindl (Karlsruher SC) 80 -> 82/83 - rose to 82

Anton Fink (Karlsruher SC) 78 -> 81-83 - rose to 80

Sören Pirson (Rot-Weiss Oberhausen) 78 -> 81/82 - rose to 83

Moritz Stoppelkamp (Rot-Weiss Oberhausen) 78 -> 80/81 - rose to 80

Marco Caligiuri (Greuter Fürth) 78 -> 82 - rose to 81

Christopher Nöthe (Greuter Fürth) 76 -> 80-82 - rose to 82

Michael Schick (FC Augsburg) 75 -> 77/78 - rose to 77

Ibrahima Traore (FC Augsburg) 76 -> 80/81 - rose to 80

Sören Gonther (SC Paderborn 07) 78 -> 80 - rose to 80

Matthias Holst (SC Paderborn 07) 78 -> 80 - rose to 79

Enis Alushi (SC Paderborn 07) 77 -> 80 - rose to 80

Daniel Brückner (SC Paderborn 07) 75 -> 79/80 - rose to 81

Rolf-Christel Guie Mien (SC Paderborn 07) 77 -> 79/80 - rose to 80

Sebastian Schachten (SC Paderborn 07) 76 -> 79-81 - rose to 78

Manuel Junglas (Alemannia Aachen) 74 -> 79-81 - rose to 78

Herve Oussale (Alemannia Aachen) 72 -> 76/77 - rose to 76

Sandro Wagner (MSV Duisburg) 80 -> 82 - rose to 82

Aleksandar Ignjovski (TSV 1860 München) 76 -> 80-82 - rose to 80

Jose Holebas (TSV 1860 München) 78 -> 80/81 - rose to 80

Ovidiu Burca (Energie Cottbus) 76 -> 78-80 - rose to 80

Alexander Bittroff (Energie Cottbus) 76 -> 77-79 - rose to 78

Bastian Oczipka (Hansa Rostock) 78 -> 80 - rose to 80

High-rated risers (82 onwards)

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Mergim Mavraj (VFL Bochum) 82 -> 83/84 - rose to 83

Christoph Janker (Hertha BSC Berlin) 83 -> 85/86 - didn't rise' date=' but will send a ticket)[/color']

Nemanja Pejcinovic (Hertha BSC Berlin) 82 -> 84/85 - rose to 84

Possible risers (stay or +1)

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Mimoun Azaouagh (VFL Bochum) 85 - rose to 86

Andreas Johansson (VFL Bochum) 83 - rose to 84

Daniel Imhof (VFL Bochum) 85 - didn't rise

Patrick Ebert (Hertha BSC Berlin) 87 - didn't rise

Gojko Kacar (Hertha BSC Berlin) 88 - didn't rise

Maximilian Nicu (Hertha BSC Berlin) 87 - didn't rise

Lukas Piszczek (Hertha BSC Berlin) 85 - didn't rise

Definite droppers (Get rid asap)

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Florian Kringe (Hertha BSC Berlin) 88 -> 87/86 - dropped to 86

Went ok today, only real shock in my eyes was Janker not rising. Will send a ticket though, has played pretty much every game after the last changes for Hoffenheim last season, as well as playing 6 games this season.

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Hi Guys,

Was wondering if I could quiz you with your Bundesliga know how...

I'm considering a bid for Mario Gomez - but after a decent start I see he's now not playing? I don't know a lot about the situation.

How do you see it affecting his rating - is there a real risk of a drop?

Long term, will he be a success or is he not going to get the gametime?

Cheers,

OUAT :)

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Hi Guys' date='

Was wondering if I could quiz you with your Bundesliga know how...

I'm considering a bid for Mario Gomez - but after a decent start I see he's now not playing? I don't know a lot about the situation.

How do you see it affecting his rating - is there a real risk of a drop?

Long term, will he be a success or is he not going to get the gametime?

Cheers,

OUAT :)[/quote']

Tbh, I don't understand why he's not playing. He's started the season well with a good scoring record, but after Toni's return he often only sat on the bench. I could have understood if it was only for 2 or 3 games to see if Toni works better, but so far Toni has been rather bad (I'd say he's been horrible, but then you may say again that's because I hate Italian footballers). Of course, Gomez is a player who doesn't have a 100% efficiency, but he stands so often exactly where he has to it's unreal. Compared to Toni, who you don't see for a whole game, until he suddenly has a great chance, but the difference compared to his first season, he doesn't score a goal from it now. Maybe you could wait until you purchase Gomez (to see if he drops, which I highly doubt though) if you think he won't be snapped up by then, but if you fear there might be someone else who could snap him away before you, go ahead with it. He certainly is the most talented German striker, it's just sad to see the Euros runner-up and 3rd of the WC seem to be capped at 93...

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