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Re: Russian and Ukraine Player Analysis 2010

i thought he got his 91 at cska ?

my mistake then !

and yeah i was saying the same as you' date=' honda and co wont really rise and bruno alves is always going to be at risk of a drop now.

i dont get it. why move from porto to russia? porto are a much better club.[/quote']

More money, challenge and money.. he is already a bit old and as a career of a player is short.. they have to do for their life. Like if they received the normal minimum wage.. :rolleyes:but I heard that Chelsea were interested to buy him this summer..

i think Bruno will drop by 2 but think those guys deserve rise most of them was kids 2006:rolleyes:

That is very harsh.. he plays normally for his country and yesterday was decent enough.

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More money' date=' challenge and money.. he is already a bit old and as a career of a player is short.. they have to do for their life. Like if they received the normal minimum wage.. :rolleyes:but I heard that Chelsea were interested to buy him this summer..

That is very harsh.. he plays normally for his country and yesterday was decent enough.[/quote']

cause rating cap,Honda and co are much better then him,and they also playing for theirs countries:o

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transfermarket:rolleyes:thnx for info' date='will Dzagoev raise,Honda,Akinfeev will he ever get 92 ,he s better then Alves anyway:rolleyes:,and CSKA are champions[/quote']

Akinfeev is pretty much stuck at 91. Dzagoev is quality but just not quite there for a 90. wont be too long im sure. Honda is a safe 89 but a 90 isnt on the cards.

Schennikov might hit a 89 but still too early to be sure.

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cause rating cap' date='Honda and co are much better then him,and they also playing for theirs countries:o[/quote']

just to let you know there is no offical max rating cap on any league throughout SM.:):):)

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Respuesta: Russian and Ukraine Player Analysis 2010

What about CSKA's striker Seydou Doumbia? I heard he is doing quite well and he has recently scored two goals to won the Russian Cup. Will he increase in the future? Any chance of moving to a bigger club?

Thanks

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What about CSKA's striker Seydou Doumbia? I heard he is doing quite well and he has recently scored two goals to won the Russian Cup. Will he increase in the future? Any chance of moving to a bigger club?

Thanks

Defo, he should reach 90 next changes. I am russian and support CSKA Moscow. He is simply the best in our club!

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What about CSKA's striker Seydou Doumbia? I heard he is doing quite well and he has recently scored two goals to won the Russian Cup. Will he increase in the future? Any chance of moving to a bigger club?

Thanks

I would like to say 100% yes but sadly due to the ratings in the russian league I have him down for a small chance of a 90 rise.

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What do you guys think of Pavel Mamaev' date='Samedav and Blanco?[/quote']

Mamaev is quite good and still young so that you might want to keep him. He might rise to 89. Samedov is a good player and a starter for Dynamo but won't rise. You probably meant Blago from Terek? He will also stay...

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Re: Russian and Ukraine Player Analysis 2010

He was telling the truth.

Seriously.

yes, but un officially there is no cap but there is very much one on players in certain leagues.

if they dont have experience outside their league, for exampls suarez and falcao they can excel to ridiculous levels and still not rise.

i think that it is not completely set in stone, common sense and football knowledge still prevails but there is definately still a league cap of some sort.

matter of opinion i guess :)

maybe not a league cap then, but the strenghts of leagues meaning that a player who excels in there wont rise because its deemed to be too weak and playing against easy opposition making them look better than they are.

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Re: Respuesta: Russian and Ukraine Player Analysis 2010

Could Noboa rise to 90 in the next review? And will Danny stay?

In my opinion Danny was the best player in Russia last season. We all predicted a rise to 91 but it never happened. He is a safe 90 all day long with a chance of rising

Noboa sadly will not rise. Rubin closed of the season pretty average. They are only 5th in the new season though

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Re: Russian and Ukraine Player Analysis 2010

New risers for Russia 2011

Taras Burlak - 77 CB Loko Moscow Already has 9 starts and 3 subs under his belt from 12 games

Magomed Ozdoev - 18Yr old 75 CM/DM Loko Moscow 4 starts, 1 goal, 3 subs. 7 appearances out of 12 games

Aleksey Ionov - 84 WING/FWD Zenit Has 10 starts, 3 subs and 3 goals out of 12 games. One to watch at Zenit this season

Ali Gadzhibekov - 80 LB/LM The club he plays for Anzhi are 4th in the russian league. He has played all there games so far this season. A certain young riser

Traore for Kuban has scored a few goals this season. Aleady 85rtd and only 21yrs old. Worth buying if at a unmanaged club

Nikolai Zabolotnyi 78 GK Started 6 games for Sparta Moscow this season. A must buy as he looks to be a good young russian keeper

Ognjen Vranješ 80 21YR OLD rb/cb PLAYED 11 GAMES THIS SEASON.

Others to watch out for

Danko Lazović 89rtd Fwd 9 goals in 12 games so far. A good shout for 90 if he carries on

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Re: Russian and Ukraine Player Analysis 2010

New risers for Russia 2011

Taras Burlak - 77 CB Loko Moscow Already has 9 starts and 3 subs under his belt from 12 games

Magomed Ozdoev - 18Yr old 75 CM/DM Loko Moscow 4 starts' date=' 1 goal, 3 subs. 7 appearances out of 12 games[/b']

Aleksey Ionov - 84 WING/FWD Zenit Has 10 starts, 3 subs and 3 goals out of 12 games. One to watch at Zenit this season

Ali Gadzhibekov - 80 LB/LM The club he plays for Anzhi are 4th in the russian league. He has played all there games so far this season. A certain young riser

Traore for Kuban has scored a few goals this season. Aleady 85rtd and only 21yrs old. Worth buying if at a unmanaged club

Nikolai Zabolotnyi 78 GK Started 6 games for Sparta Moscow this season. A must buy as he looks to be a good young russian keeper

Ognjen Vranješ 80 21YR OLD rb/cb PLAYED 11 GAMES THIS SEASON.

Others to watch out for

Danko Lazović 89rtd Fwd 9 goals in 12 games so far. A good shout for 90 if he carries on

Could I possibly get your views on maicon, smolev and sapeta? Thank Kitey.

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Could I possibly get your views on maicon' date=' smolev and sapeta? Thank Kitey.[/quote']

Kitey if you don't mind me replying, I've also spent some time looking into the Russian Leaue, as one of my GC team is Spartak.

Alek Sapeta- he has logged more minutes than both Semshov, and Misimović who are both 90 rated player. Being a regular starter for Dinamo, with the quality on the bench at times,I imagine he is inline for at least +2 rise.

Smolov- Is primary a sub for Kororin and Samedov, not much else to say.

Maicon-Lokomotiv rely heavily on thier midfielders and wide players to create scoring opportunities, that being said Maicon does have lots of opportunity to score off 1 touch passes or rebounds. He is used primary as a target man, and doesn't yet have a great scoring sense about him like his countryman Welliton for Spartak. He isn't bad, but Sychev is far and away a better striker.

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what about Ziryanov' date='Shemsov,Shirokov,Ibson,Ananidze,Denisov,Kerzhakov,Semak,Bystrov,Lazovic,Bukharov-all stay:confused:[/quote']

As mentioned above by Kitey, Lazovic is the only one that would have a chance to rise. Semak will drop, based on his age, Bystrov is out probably for the whole season with a serious knee injury, he could drop as well. Bukharov is a sub for Lazovic and Kerzhakov, he might drop too as he got his rating when he was a starter for Rubin. All other will stay at this point in the season.

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What's your views on Natkho?

Dead ball specialist for Rubin, has formed a very good CM partnership with Noboa. The biggest question with Rubin, lie with Carlos Eduardo, who Rubin paid somewhere around 17M for and has played a total of 6 games, not sure what there plan is when he come back from Injury.

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As mentioned above by Kitey' date=' Lazovic is the only one that would have a chance to rise. Semak will drop, based on his age, Bystrov is out probably for the whole season with a serious knee injury, he could drop as well. Bukharov is a sub for Lazovic and Kerzhakov, he might drop too as he got his rating when he was a starter for Rubin. All other will stay at this point in the season.[/quote']

thnx for Russia info repped:D

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