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Re: Russian and Ukraine Player Analysis Hi guys! I am back in this game so I decided to help you out a bit with future rating changes in the Russian Premier League: Zenit: Lodygin 87-87/88 Smolni

I know there are other threads out there that review player ratings for the Russian and Ukrainian leagues however I thought one more wouldnt hurt. I watch a lot of Russian football and have done for

Re: Russian and Ukraine Player Analysis Hi NDF' date=' Shirokov is a very good player but last season Zenit signalled the end of his career with them by sending him out on loan to FK Krasnador &amp

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What's with the random rise for Mkhitaryan?
;2391433']Mkhitaryan rise is due to someone submitting an edit to his 'retirement status'. SW looked at it and decided he needed a rating bump instead.
Wow Kokorin 86-> 88

Another player rising out of no where.:)

So, SM look which players are "popular" on the SW voting and decide to review their ratings along with their edits, while other players that are not so "hot", don't get a review.... Very nice SM, a "brilliant" way to do the reviews! :mad:

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So' date=' SM look which players are "popular" on the SW voting and decide to review their ratings along with their edits, while other players that are not so "hot", don't get a review.... Very nice SM, a "brilliant" way to do the reviews! :mad:[/quote']

another clueless post...

nothing to do with being 'popular' its a position change that needed doing, dida rating change as well as it was needed.

if you want a player to be looked at, submit a valid edit.

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;2394002']another clueless post...

nothing to do with being 'popular' its a position change that needed doing' date=' dida rating change as well as it was needed.[/quote']

Oh, it's simple inconsistency then... How could i miss that, inconsistency is SM's second name... :rolleyes::rolleyes:

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Hey guys just wondering if someone can tell me if Sergey Davydov from Rubin is worth keeping hold of any chance of him rising soon ;)

Cheers

not really worth keeping' date=' for nearly 2 seasons now he is still mainly a 3rd choice striker. this season he has hardly played, only 1 start, and 8 more off the bench.

Rubin seem to play one up top, With Rondon the preferred forward and Dyaydun as 2nd choice.

Last season he was bought in but couldnt get ahead of Nelson Valdez (moved on) & Dyaydun.

he may get a +1 for being low rated at a higher ranked side, just for the minutes he has accumulated. I would try swap him for Dyaydun, starting to break through and recently involved in the Russia NT.

Do Yanbaev and Biliyaletdinov have a chance to raise?

Yanbaey - no. was on loan to Zenit but was a backup fullback.

Biliyaletdinov - i dont think so. is involved in Spartaks CL games and still in the Russia squad (sub though) but has only played half the league games. Wouldnt think he will rise.

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;2402382']not really worth keeping' date=' for nearly 2 seasons now he is still mainly a 3rd choice striker. this season he has hardly played, only 1 start, and 8 more off the bench.

Rubin seem to play one up top, With Rondon the preferred forward and Dyaydun as 2nd choice.

Last season he was bought in but couldnt get ahead of Nelson Valdez (moved on) & Dyaydun.

he may get a +1 for being low rated at a higher ranked side, just for the minutes he has accumulated. I would try swap him for Dyaydun, starting to break through and recently involved in the Russia NT.

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Many thanks fella :D

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Does Akinfeev have a chance to rise?

Russia has a rating cap right? :confused:

Thanks.

The cap was/has been 91 for a long time. There is Eto'o who is above this but that was before he joined the league and he will once again drop to around 92.

I dont think Akinfeev will rise, espeically not being in the Champions League this season.

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Guys' date='

Will Niko Kranjcar keep his 89 following his summer move to kyiv?

He went through a rough time at tottenham and some how still kept it.

Although he is playing again, is 88 more likely now?

Thanks.[/quote']

Kranjcar --> stable :)

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