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La Liga Ratings Thread

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Contents:

1. Announcements

2. La Liga Table and Teams (Links)

3. La Liga Statistics

-- i. Goalscorers

-- ii. Assisters

4. List of Risers & Droppers.

-- i. 75->79 Risers

--ii. 80>85 Risers

--iii. 80>85 Droppers

--iv. 86>89 Risers

--v. 86>89 Droppers

5. La Liga Summer Transfers

Announcements:

Will post the recent announcements here to keep you updated with what I am doing atm.

- 4/24: Reviews to come!

- 4/24: La Liga Review (Part One)

- 4/25: La Liga Review (Part Two)

- 5/2: Spanish Premier League?

- 5/10: Taking a break

La Liga Table

La Liga Statistics

Last Updated: April 24 2010.

TOP GOALSCORERS

#. Name - Team - Goals

1. Lionel Messi - FC Barcelona - 27

2. Gonzalo Higuain - Real Madrid - 25

3. Cristiano Ronaldo - Real Madrid - 20

4. David Villa - Valencia - 20

5. Diego Forlan - Atletico Madrid - 17

6. Zlatan Ibrahimovic - FC Barcelona - 15

7. Fernando Llorente - Bilbao - 12

8. Juan Martinez - Tenerife - 13

9. Roberto Soldado - Getafe - 12

10. Luis Fabiano - Sevilla - 10

LEADING ASSISTS

#. Name - Team - Assists

1. Xavi - Barcelona - 10

2. Lionel Messi - FC Barcelona - 9

3. Guti - Real Madrid - 8

4. Pedro Alvarez Munitis - Racing - 8

5. Marcelo - Real Madrid - 8

6. Ever Banega - Valencia - 8

7. Rafa Van der Vaart - Real Madrid - 7

8. Jeronimo Cabrera Momo - Xerez - 7

9. Daniel Alves - Barcelona - 7

10. Jesus Navas - Sevilla - 7

La Liga Risers

70 -> 79 Risers

Johnson Alajarín Joel - 75--->77

Jokin Esperaza - 76--->77/78

Robles Joel - 75-->76/77

Ivan Perez - 76-->81/80

Didac Vila - 74-->80

Javi Márquez - 78-->83

Jorge Galan - 75--->79

Iñigo Perez - 75-->76

José Raúl Baena - 77-->82

Victor Ruíz - 75-->85/84

Juan Dominguez - 77-->83/82

David Rochela - 75-->77/78

Jordi Amat - 75-->80/79

Ander Iturraspe - 77-->83/82

Ríos Lozano Rodri - 75-->77

Muniz Manu - 76-->78

Rodríguez Cristian Portilla - 75-->78/77

Ibrahima Balde - 76-->83/84

Juan Cala - 78-->82/83

80 -> 85 Risers

López Esquiroz Ruper - 80-->84/83

Jose Angel - 83-->84

Jose Carlos - 80-->83/82

Oscar De Marcos - 83-->86

Olivas Kiko - 82-->83/82

Mikel San Jose - 83-->87/86

De Gea - 80-->85/86

Jeffren Suarez - 82--->85/84

Lassad Nouioui - 85-->86

José Fernando Marqués - 82-->84/83

Sanabria Laure - 84-->86/85

Ignacio Camacho - 83-->84/85

Vicente Guaita - 81--->82

Jordi Alba - 83--->84/85

Ruben Gonzalez - 84--->85/86

Víctor Casadesús - 85--->86

Álvaro Domínguez - 85-->88

Iker Muniain - 85-->86

Leandro Cabrera - 80-->81

Cristián Álvarez - 85-->86

Jordi Codina - 84-->85/86

Pedro Rios - 84-->84/85

Macedo Michel - 84-->86/87

Adrian Gonzalez - 85--->86

Javier Matilla - 83-->84/85

Oliveira Guilherme - 83-->84

Nicolás Niku - 85--->86/85

Mateo Musacchio - 83-->84

David Fuster - 85-->87

Alberto Lora - 85--> 87/86

Alberto Botia - 85-->86

80 -> 85 droppers

Ludovic Delporte - 84-->83

Fernandes Dady - 85--->84

Leonardo Borzani - 85-->83/84

Juanma Ortiz - 85-->84

Iñaki Munoz - 84-->83

Tuni Adrover - 85--->84/85

Diaz De Ciero - 84-->83/84

Ion Velez - 85-->84/83

Adrián López Piscu - 85-->84

Esteban Solari - 85-->83/84

Jose Ortiz - 85-->85/84

Rafael Sastre - 85-->85/84

Ivan Hernandez - 85-->84

Autet Serrabasa Gerard - 85-->84

Sergio Matabuena - 85-->85/84

86 -> 89 Risers

Dudu Aouate - 88-->88/89

Cesar Azpilicueta - 88-->89

Nacho Monreal - 88--->89/88

Masoud Shojaei - 86--->87/86

Hernán Bernardello - 87-->88/87

Daniel Parejo - 86--->87/86

Pedro Leon - 88--->89

Derek Boateng - 87--->88

Roberto Soldado - 89-->89/90

Xabier Castillo - 86-->87

Llido Bruno Soriano - 88-->89

López Álvarez Adrian - 87-->88

Jose Jurado - 89-->90/89

Diego Perotti - 89-->90

Iván Ramis - 87-->88

Iván Marcano - 88-->88/89

Diego Colotto - 88-->89/88

Gaizka Toquero - 87-->88

Julio Alvarez - 87--->87/88

Daniel Aranzubia - 88-->89/88

Didier Zokora - 89-->90/89

Carlos Gurpegi - 87-->88

Manuel Ortiz Lolo - 86-->87

Diego Alves - 88-->89/88

Santiago Acasiete - 87-->87/88

Mario Suarez - 87--->88/87

Gonzalo Castro - 87-->88

Joan Verdu - 88-->89/88

Eduardo Salvio - 87-->88/87

Javi Martinez - 89-->90

José María Callejon - 86-->88/87

Jeremy Mathieu - 89-->90/89

Domingo Cisma - 86-->87

Francisco Chica - 86->87

Juan Valera - 87-->88/87

Antonio Tomas - 87-->88

Angel Dealbert - 87-->88

Albert Crusat - 87-->87/88

José Manuel Chico - 87-->88

José Antonio Reyes - 89-->90/89

Juan Rodriguez - 88-->89/88

Ever Banega - 89-->90/89

Miguel de las Cuevas - 86-->87

Pedro Rodriguez - 88-->90

Esteban Granero - 88 -> 89

86 -> 89 Droppers

Royston Drenthe - 88-->88/87

Sergio Asenjo - 88-->87

Miguel Angel Moya - 87-->87/86

Abdoulay Konko - 88-->87

Enrique Coralles - 87--->86

Tom De Mul - 86-->85

Raul Tamudo - 87-->86

Hernan Pellerano - 87-->86

Lautaro Acosta - 87-->86/87

Aitor Oico - 87-->85/86

Eduardo Ze Castro - 88-->87

González Sergio - 89-->87/88

David Cortes - 87--->87/86

Francisco Yeste - 89-->88

Ferrán Coro - 87-->87/86

Sergio Sánchez - 87-->86/87

Ivan De La Pena - 87-->86

Fernando Varela - 88--->87/88

Bruno China - 86--->85

Ariel Ibagaza - 89-->88/89

Henok Goitom - 86-->85

Fabián Vargas - 87-->>86

Mario Alvarez - 87--->86/87

Francisco Casquero - 88-->87/88

Juan Albin - 88-->87/88

To be continued..

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Official La Liga Summer Transfers - 2010

Will post all the official transfers from La Liga here, in order to keep you updated.. will update it regularly. Original Post can be found here.

Barcelona:

David Villa From Valencia to Barcelona for £35m

Real Madrid:

Sergio Canales From Racing Santander to Real Madrid for £3.8m

Sevilla:

Mouhamadou Dabo From St Ettiene to Sevilla for Free

Valencia:

Mehmet Topal From Galatasaray to Valencia for £3.6m

Sofiane Feghouli From Grenoble to Valencia for Free

Ricardo Costa From Lille OSC to Valencia for Free

Atletico Madrid:

Fran Merida From Arsenal to Atletico Madrid for Free

Athletic Bilbao:

Mikel San Jose From Liverpool to Athletic Bilbao for £2.6m

Sporting Gijon:

Gaston Sangoy From Limassol to Sporting Gijon for £860k

Ayoze Garcia From Tenerife to Sporting Gijon for Free

Nacho Novo From Rangers FC to Sporting Gijon for Free

Racing Santander:

Francis From Xerex to Racing Santander for Free

Domingo Cismar From Almeria to Racing Santander for Free

Osasuna:

Fernando Soriano From Almeria to Osasuna for Free

The rest of the teams have yet to complete any transfers.

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Hi' date=' what makes you think Moya could rise?[/quote']

I think he has a shot at rising. he's been getting a few starts and is performing pretty well Imo with a Valencia side that are on form. and he's getting Europa League Football.

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I thought he will rise:confused:

He started very poorly, and he still has a lot to work on, especially his defensive positioning. he has improved since the season started. but still nothing special from him yet. Imo opinion 88 is the right rating for him.

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Sporting Gijon

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Juan Pablo Colinas - 85-->85

Sergio Sanchez - 82-->82

Jose Angel - 80-->82/83

Roberto Canella - 87-->88

Alberto Botia - 78-->83/84

Rafael Sastre - 85-->84

Arnolin Gregory - 85-->85/86

Ivan Hernandez - 80-->79

Gerard - 85-->84

Morayel Andreu -80--> 79

Alberto Lora - 78-->84/85

Pedro Cecilia - 84-->83

Luis Moran - 85-->85

Michel Madera - 86-->86/87

Miguel - 83-->86

Sergio Matabuena - 85-->84/83

Diego Camacho - 85-->85

Kike Mateo - 85-->84/83

Gonzalez Carmelo - 87-->86

Diego Castro - 87-->87/88

David Barral - 86-->86

Francisco Maldonado - 83-->83/84

Mate Billic - 86-->86/87

As de las Cuevas MIGUEL is rated 84 - will he go to 86 or 7? thank you

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I thought he will rise:confused:
He started very poorly' date=' and he still has a lot to work on, especially his defensive positioning. he has improved since the season started. but still nothing special from him yet. Imo opinion 88 is the right rating for him.[/quote']

He's having a good game today, nice assist. solid at the back.

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Valencia 2-3 Real Madrid

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The Game:

Real Madrid Edged Valencia at the Mestalla. Goals from Gonzalo Higuain, David Villa, Joaquin and Ezequiel Ensured a Real Madrid Victory.

Real Madrid played a weakened starting line-up, due to the Injury to Kaka and the suspension of Cristiano, with Rafael Van Der Vaart getting another start. As for Valencia, David Silva was being Replaced by Pablo Hernandez.

Valencia, with the thought that a win would make them level on points with their opponents in the table, started playing with confidence and they created the first real chance, as Jeremy Mathieu, saw his shot deflected behind. It was attack, attack and attack for Valencia. and Real Madrid were hardly non-existent in the opening few minutes.

Pablo Hernandez and Juan Mata were having a great start but Madrid's Defense was solid. However, as the match continued... Real Madrid began to attack more and gain confidence. as Karim Benzema shot just wide with just over 10 minutes left.

Later Madrid wasted a great chance as 'El Pipita' did well to dribble past the defense but went wide, and he soon had another shot on goal but that was saved well by Cesar. Then, Sergio Ramos headed the ball off the post.

Pepe then Injured himself while challenging Villa. And soon he was taken off, with Garay coming on to replace him just before half time.

The Second Half was still very close. then on 53 Minutes Benzema dribb;ed past Bruno on the left, and crossed in the ball which was brilliantly nodded by Higuain. The Goal Encouraged Real Madrid as they would go on to dominate the ball. Minutes later Mathieu crossed in a great cross, and Villa headed well.

Higuain then scored another great goal five minutes later. after some excellent work from Marcelo, who had 15 seconds of Messi type play and played Higuain in, and he finished cooly to Give Madrid the lead again.. Raul then Came on for Van Der Vaart and Juaqin replaced Navarro.

then just as Real Madrid thought they'd already won, Joaquin scored. Mathieu played the ball to Juaqin on the edge, and Juaqin Smashed it into the net.

Barca and Valencia fans were celebrating but then, Garay Amazingly headed Xabi Alonso's Free kick as Madrid were in the lead once more...

The Video:

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Who Played Well?

  • David Villa
  • Gonzalo Higuain
  • Pablo Hernandez
  • Juan Mata
  • Karim Benzema
  • Van Der Vaart
  • Jeremy Mathieu
  • Marcelo
  • Xabi Alonso
  • Lassana Diarra
  • Garay
  • Juaqin

Who Played poorly?

  • Raul
  • Dealbert
  • Casillas
  • Cesar
  • Albelda

Man/Men Of the Math:

Gonzalo Higuain:

scored a brace which Could have been a hat-trick, was a great game for one of the best youngsters out there at the moment.

Xabi Alonso:

Was booked early, but always tried to get the ball and Controlled the Midfield.

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Pepe has been injured and a statement on RealMadrid.com reads:

Pepe fell to the turf on 44' and was carried off the pitch on a stretcher with tears in his eyes. The first examination has determined that he has suffered possible ligament damage to his right knee, but more tests are scheduled for Sunday.

the injury could take 3-7 months to heal and this could be the end of a season for one of the worlds best Center Backs! Huge Blow For Real Madrid! :( hopefully Garay could step up..

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Pepe has been injured and a statement on RealMadrid.com reads:

the injury could take 3-7 months to heal and this could be the end of a season for one of the worlds best Center Backs! Huge Blow For Real Madrid! :( hopefully Garay could step up..

lmao 3-7 months, very precise prediction of time. :P:p

No, Im only joking, thats awful I hope he gets better soon as he's a really good player, and he might not get to the World Cup if it last 7 months.

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lmao 3-7 months' date=' very precise prediction of time. :P:p

No, Im only joking, thats awful I hope he gets better soon as he's a really good player, and he might not get to the World Cup if it last 7 months.[/quote']

it depends how serious it is, if its not that serious then 3-4 months but if its serious it can last for around 7 months :(:eek: would be a blow to Portugal if he misses out on the World Cup!

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Who are Portugal's sub centre-backs??

they usually play with Carvalho/Bruno Alves - Pepe. their subs are Ricardo Costa and Rolando..

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Does Paulo Ferreira even still play for Portugal???

That would be a real blow to the team.:(

he's in their squad, but doesn't play though and he is more of a full back anyway.

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he's in their squad' date=' but doesn't play though and he is more of a full back anyway.[/quote']

Yes, I know he's a full-back but I just wondered as he hasn't featured much for Chelski recently so I wondered whether they had dropped him.

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Yes' date=' I know he's a full-back but I just wondered as he hasn't featured much for Chelski recently so I wondered whether they had dropped him.[/quote']

yea, he should be dropped Imo. any feedback or questions on the thread? :)

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yea' date=' he should be dropped Imo. any feedback or questions on the thread? :)[/quote']

Yea, he does deserve to be dropped.

Yea, you're thread's really good and no offence to Kensational but you're doing yours a lot faster than him.

His is good but I like to compare the two for some ratings just to check that there isn't any bias towards any certain team e.g Real Madrid(:P:p:p).:rolleyes::rolleyes::rolleyes:.

I was just wondering, about that player Munain or something, people have said that because of being on U-20 World Cup duty he won't go up as much as first predicted.

What is your opinion on him???

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Yea' date=' he does deserve to be dropped.

Yea, you're thread's really good and no offence to Kensational but you're doing yours a lot faster than him.

His is good but I like to compare the two for some ratings just to check that there isn't any bias towards any certain team e.g Real Madrid(:P:p:p).:rolleyes::rolleyes::rolleyes:.

I was just wondering, about that player Munain or something, people have said that because of being on U-20 World Cup duty he won't go up as much as first predicted.

What is your opinion on him???[/quote']

don't worry there's no bias! :P:p

Anyway Iker Muniain should go up to around 81 Imo, he's been doing well this season at just 16! being dubbed the "Spanish Wayne Rooney"! he's also set the record for youngest ever player to score in La Liga!

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don't worry there's no bias! :P:p

Anyway Iker Muniain should go up to around 81 Imo' date=' he's been doing well this season at just 16! being dubbed the "Spanish Wayne Rooney"! he's also set the record for youngest ever player to score in La Liga![/quote']

I just also wanted to ask, what do you think of Esteban Granero's long term rating, do you think he can go much higher than the predicted 89 or do you think he'll just stop and move on???

Also do you know if he'll change position from AM/Wing??

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