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    17 minute England debut!!

    A great month overall domestically though.

    My vote goes to Matteo Guendouzi. Had a great month. Goals, tackles, call ups. The lot! And a real life big time signing.

    Yuri ran him close though.

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    whoop whoop, great result for Saints and Haland against the famous black & white stripes.

    Great write up Jay as always.

    My vote goes to Brexit, the desired effect is working and it's great to see such dominance........oh footballer vote, sorry thought we going all political on here.

    My vote goes to Matteo Guendouzi

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    Quote Originally Posted by MIKEBARCELONA View Post
    whoop whoop, great result for Saints and Haland against the famous black & white stripes.

    Great write up Jay as always.

    My vote goes to Brexit, the desired effect is working and it's great to see such dominance........oh footballer vote, sorry thought we going all political on here.

    My vote goes to Matteo Guendouzi
    You didn't even vote for this shower of shite

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    I've left it too late to vote. The majority have picked who I would have voted for.

    Benfica off to a good start.

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    Scout of the Month

    The Scout of the Month Award


    The Scout of the Month for September was GFRay for a very attacking set of performances from the centre-back. Schuurs' stellar performance of the month came in one of our Scout Derbies as Feyenoord visited AZ in the Eredivisie. Schuurs put the visitors into a 15th minute lead but with under 20 minutes left AZ equalised. AZ looked likely to maintain a 26-game unbeaten run, but just 4 minutes later Stengs put Feyenoord back into a one goal lead and in the 88' Schuurs put a cross into the box for Pelle to volley in for a 3-1 victory. A goal and an assist won Pelle the Man of the Match not Schuurs, but the Scout of the Month award is just reward.




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    Quote Originally Posted by JayFlo View Post
    Go Yuri!

    An ugly duckling to a Swan...

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    I shouldn't have voted for GFRay, maybe I would have won it instead

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    Some very interesting transfer news coming out of the Premier League.............

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    Ivan Rakoftits and Samuel Umm Titties are moving to the EPL?

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    Ooh. Could it be Benny getting itchy feet. Be interesting if it is. Especially if Forest are still doing well.

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    October 2019

    September 2019

    Congratulations to GFRay who became the second winner of the Scout of the Month since it became an award voted for by our participants. GFRay’s Schuurs collected 4 votes, pipping Mark and Guendouzi by a sole vote.

    October contained what could be the most significant bit of transfer activity to date: Lincoln moved to Barcelona, Guendouzi to Juventus, but this move may have heads turning for all the wrong reasons………………..

    Remember, from now on, the Scout of the Month is awarded by votes. Voting is not mandatory but it is appreciated. (If you follow this story but do not own a player, still feel free to vote!)


    Evesham - Ezequiel Barco – Attacking Midfielder – 240k wages - Benfica


    Barco nets winner against Chelsea

    Having already scored once in the Champions League – in last month’s 2-0 win over PAOK – Barco continued his good European form. Whilst he is yet to net in the league, his 32nd minute strike versus Chelsea was enough to get his side the win in a 1-0 scoreline and thus secure their promotion through Phase 1 Group F. They have won all 5 of their group games, scoring 9 and conceding just one.

    In the league, Barco has yet to really get going. In 7 appearances, he’s assisted just once – in September – and is yet to score. He has seen all of his time in an attacking midfield duo, playing just to the right of centre, joining lone striker Deni Alar as a striker when in possession.
    Benfica are top of the table with 7 wins from 7. They have an 100% record across all competitions. They are 5 points clear of 2nd place Maritimo, having played one game fewer.
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    Ebfatz - Ben Brereton – Striker – 140,000 wages - Nottingham Forest



    From the Sheriff of Nottingham to the Villian?

    The transfer market always has the potential to throw up some weird and wonderful pieces of business: Figo making the move from Barcelona to Real Madrid, Ronaldo representing both at various stages of his career, the many who have done the same with Inter and AC, and occasionally a player backs himself into a corner and ends up making a move he had no real desire to make.

    It may well be exactly what has happened to Ben Brereton. When Aston Villa tabled a 21m bid for him at the beginning of the month, his agent wasn’t even notified: surely this was because he would laugh it off, no? No. The agent will always have a right to know, but he wasn’t consulted for another reason – it met the minimum fee release clause. Forest hurriedly offered him a new contract there and then and were delighted when Brereton accepted. The player, however, did include a minimum fee release clause once more and this time it was 31.5m. To everyone’s surprise, despite Manchester City being closely linked, it was Aston Villa who once more came back in with a bid to activate the clause.

    Brereton has signed the contract and it has left many at the club devastated. We are yet to get the reaction from his agent, ebfatz, but it is unlikely to be positive. Forest spent the summer building their squad around the recent England debutante. They spent 91m in the summer on players such as Eder Balanta, Felipe Gutierrez, Michal Sadilek and Jurgen Locadia. They also increased their wage structure to bring in the likes of Edin Dzeko and Islam Slimani, free transfers but high earners.

    The bid was reluctantly accepted and the player has accepted terms, but this is football and anything can happen. Should Brereton join Villa in January, he will be leaving a club who are currently 2nd in the Premier League, just a point off of top spot Chelsea, to the team rock-bottom of the table and 7 points from safety. Villa have won just one of their 11 games so far.

    Forest are 2nd in the league, with 7 wins, 2 draw, and 2 losses from their opening 11 games. Brereton scored just once in October and it came in the first of the five games played over the course of the month – a 3-0 win over West Brom in which he also assisted. A draw with City, a loss to Arsenal, a win over Leicester and a goalless draw with Southampton followed.

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    Redknapp69 - Ryan Sessegnon – Defender/Midfielder - 180,000 wages - Fulham



    Sessegnon and Fulham are on the up

    Ryan Sessegnon has been called up to the England u21s for November’s friendly with Belgium and it is a just reward for his and Fulham’s efforts of late.

    After a shocking start to life in the Premier League, Fulham went October unbeaten, including highly impressive 3-1 victories over both Arsenal (A) and Everton (H). Sessegnon provided the assist for the opener in the victory against the Toffees and performed consistently throughout the month, bringing in ratings of: 7-7-7-8-8.

    Fulham have climbed up to 12th and have 4 wins, 2 draws, and 5 defeats to their name. Their return of 17 goals is only bettered by 1st place Chelsea and 2nd place Forest, but it is their defence that has cost them: conceding 20 makes them the 4th highest conceders in the league.

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    GFRay - Perr Schuurs – Defender – 55000 wages - Feyenoord




    Hitman II

    Perr Schuurs continued his goalscoring exploits this month as he scored 2 in 5 games and contributed once more with assists – this time just the one.

    Schuurs now has 3 goals and 4 assists in 9 appearances this season. In the whole of last season he managed just 1 assist and no goals, and the season before just 1 goal and no assists. It is unrivalled form for the defender who is now in his third season at the club.

    He missed the first game of the month through injury – a stubbed toe – but scored on his league return, scoring the rebound off of his own saved penalty to add a fourth to an already comfortable victory over Excelsior. It proved to be the last goal of the game – 4-0. He then scored for a second game running – a career first – when Feyenoord welcomed Italian club Napoli to town. In what was a high-scoring free-flowing game, Schuurs scored the third goal of the game – a freekick in the 18th minute – to restore the lead for the first time in a game that went on to finish 4-3 with Koopmeiners scoring Feyenoord’s winner in the 90th minute.

    In his own department, Schuurs helped his side to two clean sheets and 4 wins from 5 games, remaining unbeaten throughout the month.
    Feyenoord are top of the league on 22 points, level with Vitesse who have played a game more. Feyenoord are top of their CL group too and have qualified with a game to spare. Even defeat in the final game will not prevent them from finishing top.

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    Navpirx – Lincoln – Striker – 425,000 wages - Barcelona




    Lincoln returns from Injury to Media Praise

    A national newspaper in Spain this month hailed the impact of Lincoln since his summer move from Brazil’s Flamengo. Having spent three weeks out with a twisted knee, Lincoln returned to score 2 goals across four games in October. They both came in a 4-2 victory away to Celta.

    Lincoln received the Man of the Match Awards for his efforts, but some are questioning the system in place at the club. Since Lincoln arrived, Barcelona have played a 4-1-3-1-1 that Lincoln was used to at Flamengo. What it doesn’t account for is the presence of Suarez, Messi and Neymar, and has left the latter two playing as part of a midfield three with Suarez playing in attacking midfield.

    For now, Barcelona haven’t suffered too much as a result: they are fourth in the league with a record of 5-1-0 and would go top if they win their game in hand; whilst in the CL they have won all five of their games conceding just once – their most recent one (2-1 vs CSKA) by which point they’d already qualified from the group.

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    Trunky - Yuri Alberto – Forward – 32.5k wages - West Ham




    Yuri Alberto voted Young Player of the Month

    Yuri Alberto headed into October with September’s Young Player of the Month Award glistening on his shelf. It was well-deserved and he’d have been hoping to build on it going forward.

    The Brazilian missed the month’s final game – a 4-0 victory over Cardiff – thanks to a twisted knee that is expected to keep him out for another three games, but not before he helped his side to victories over Ipswich, Derby, Northampton and Burnley, taking their Championship record to 14-1-0 and continuing their unbeaten record since Yuri Alberto joined.

    Goals didn’t flow for Yuri Alberto this month, but he did help out with two assists: the first came from a free-kick that Samuelson finished to take West Ham’s lead to 2 in a game that finished 4-1, and the second was laid on for Duelund to score the Hammers’ third in a 4-1 away win over Northampton. He now has 5 goals and 5 assists in 16 games for the London club – that’s 10 involvements form 16 outings.

    The Hammers are 11 points clear of second and have a game in hand to boot. Their cup run will continue next month with their EFL Cup third round tie with West Brom set to take place before Yuri Alberto returns from injury.

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    Erkifino - Mile Svilar – Goalkeeper – 22,500 wages - Benfica



    Svilar's Stock Continues to Rise

    Svilar conceded just once during 5 outings in October and the game in which he conceded he was unfortunate not to receive the Man of the Match award, after receiving a 9 for his display in Benfica’s 3-1 away win over Moreirense.

    Svilar also performed admirably in his side’s 1-0 win over Chelsea in the CL, rating an 8 for his performance in that game: the three other games of the month, also clean sheets, saw Svilar grade at 7.

    Benfica are top of the table with 7 wins from 7. They have an 100% record across all competitions. They are 5 points clear of 2nd place Maritimo, having played one game fewer.

    Svilar’s part in this is self-evident – he has conceded just 5 in 13 games, which is a ratio of 0.38 per game, the best form of his career to date. Svilar made 18 saves this month, split across clear saves, tackles, interceptions and headed clearances. He was also capped by the u21s once more, where he remains as one of their three star players.

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    London35 - Diogo Dalot – Defender/Midfielder – 14,500 wages- Benfica



    Dalot’s Sidelined for up to a month

    Diogo Dalot picked up an injury in training towards the end of the month that will keep him out for about 3 weeks. A twisted ankle is the diagnosis but it came after a four impressive performances for the right wing-back who formed part of a defence that kept three clean sheets across those fixtures.

    Dalot’s stand out performance was his last: on October 27th Benfica beat Famalicao 3-0 and it was London35’s man who went home with the Man of the Match Award after scoring, assisting and keeping a clean sheet. His goal came from the spot after 24 minutes having already set up the opener with a beautifully struck free-kick ten minutes in that Alar finished off.

    The pair of them put in near repeat performances later in the month when Dalot again scored from the spot and Alar once more scored a brace – the only difference was this time Dalot didn’t rack up an assist.
    Benfica are top of the table with 7 wins from 7. They have an 100% record across all competitions. They are 5 points clear of 2nd place Maritimo, having played one game fewer.

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    MIKEBARCELONA - Erling Braut Haland – Striker – 275k wages - Southampton



    Haland “Exhausted” sources say

    It is understood, according to those in his inner circle, that Haland is finding his debut Premier League season gruelling, with someone who claims to have seen his report card reporting that it read ‘exhausted.’

    The Norwegian, who is still only 19, played 7 times in October but went the first 4 games of the month without scoring. He then put in a match-winning display against Sporting (A) in the CL to ensure his club qualified from Group D scoring twice, before following it up with a league goal in a 1-1 draw with Arsenal, and then finishing the month in a goalless draw with Nottingham Forest.

    Haland failed to score in 5 of October’s games and out of those Southampton failed to win on three occasions, losing twice. In games he scored, they didn’t lose, winning one and drawing one. Playing with a sole striker puts a lot of pressure on Haland to score in order for Southampton to win, but with four competitions that strain is even more severe. Will he cope as the season progresses?

    Southampton are 6th in the Premier League: they have won 5, drawn 3 and lost twice leaving them on 18 points, 6 behind front runners Chelsea, but with a game in hand over the London club. They beat Nottingham Forest in the EFL Cup – a Scout Derby – but not until extra time, and have qualified from Phase 1 of the Group Stages in the CL.

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    Dermotron - Ferdi Kadioglu – Midfielder – 150,000 wages - AZ



    Signs of Progress

    Kadioglu set into a decent run of form in October, scoring once and assisting twice in the month’s first outing – a 3-0 win at home to Heracles. The performance was surely a contender for the Man of the Match Award considering he had a hand in all three of the game’s goals, but it instead fell to Amine Gouiri who scored two and assisted one. It was a sensational double act from the two and aged just 20 and 19 it is a partnership that could flourish into one of the most feared in the Netherlands if not Europe.

    Whilst Kadioglu’s form had picked up in the league, October was comparatively much tamer in the Champions League: having failed to make an impact in a 1-1 draw with Bordeaux, Kadioglu was stretchered from the pitch in a 1-0 win over Inter, thanks to a pulled hamstring picked up in the 79th minute. Gouiri scored AZ the winner in the 88th minute to send a small segment of the San Siro into raptures.

    AZ finish October in 3rd place on 20 points from 9 games. Vitesse in second have 22 from the same amount of games, whilst Feyenoord top the table with 22 from one fewer. In other competitions, AZ’s Champions League group is far from settled with just one game remaining (Manchester United (H)). United are top of the group on 9, AZ are 2nd with 8, Inter are 3rd with 7, and Bordeaux are bottom with 4. Unfortunately, Kadioglu will have no say in the matter with the final round of games to take place before his recovery.

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    JayFlo – Manuel Roffo – Goalkeeper – 18,500 wages - Boca Juniors




    Roffo ‘Can’t be ignored’

    Former Argentine goalkeeper Sergio Goycochea has stated that Manuel Roffo cannot be ignored for much longer by the national side. Roffo again started the u21s this month, this time keeping sticks in a 3-2 win, whilst the first team achieved the same result against the same nation – Uruguay.

    At club level, Roffo has continued to excel with Boca Juniors. They won all 8 of their games in October, keeping clean sheets in 3 of them and not conceding more than one on any occasion. Roffo’s most impressive performance came in a 3-0 away win against Banfield in which he was forced into 3 good saves and was alert to make a smart tackle to halt an attack.

    Boca are top of the Superliga with 12 wins from 12 and already 14 points clear. In the Copa Sudamericana, Boca carry a 2-0 lead into the quarter final second leg with Brazil’s Vasco, having won all 6 of their group games.

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    Mark – Matteo Guendouzi – Midfielder – 300, 000 wages - Juventus




    Guendouzi maintains club form ahead of International Qualifiers



    Guendouzi brutally missed out on representing his nation at the very beginning of the month thanks to a strained neck injury – his first career injury – that kept him sidelined for 12 days. France did enough to secure a place in the play off leg for the European Championship, beating Azerbaijan 4-0. Now they’ll have to face Croatia over two legs to secure a spot at 2020’s finals. Guendouzi will be hoping to get the call up for those all important fixtures.

    He did himself no harm in October’s games: the defensive midfielder notched up three assists from 5 games this month, including two in the Champions League. An assist versus Lazio helped his side to a 2-1 win in the league, and the same scoreline defeated Southampton in the Champions League, whilst they went even further in a 4-2 victory over Club Brugge. All three assists were different: one came from a free-kick, another was a cross headed in and another was a ball into the box that was met on the volley, but most importantly they were for goals scored when his side were behind. In fact, Juve only won in games Guendouzi assisted in during October, finishing the month with 3 wins, a draw, and a loss.

    Juventus are 2nd in Serie A with 20 points. Napoli are 7 points clear after just 9 games, having won all 9 of their fixtures. Juventus are also second in their CL group, not yet qualified but 3 points clear of third placed Sporting who they play in the last group game next month. Avoiding defeat there will see Juve through.

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    drkshadow1 – Abdulkadir Omur – Midfielder – 120k wages - Besiktas




    Sidelined



    Strained ankle ligaments meant Abdulkadir Omur spent the entirety of October watching on from the stands. He is expected back for Besiktas’ next game, a home game against Karabukspor (10th). In Omur’s absence, Besiktas continued their early season form and recorded two wins and one draw from their three October fixtures. Besiktas are top of the Super Lig, two points clear of Galatasaray.

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    Svilar for me - the new Gordon Banks! Great month

    WOW - Massive news on Bereton -

    Young Ryan and Fulham now got the grips with PL and flourishing - and a U21 National Call up - a good month for Sessegnon!

    Mahoosive write up - fair play

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    Quote Originally Posted by Redknapp69 View Post
    Svilar for me - the new Gordon Banks! Great month

    WOW - Massive news on Bereton -

    Young Ryan and Fulham now got the grips with PL and flourishing - and a U21 National Call up - a good month for Sessegnon!

    Mahoosive write up - fair play
    Thanks - I just updated your screenie too, as I hadn't copied in the right link

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    My vote is for Guendouzi. Excellent performances. The keepers are also looking impressive with all their clean sheets, but upon closer examination, they don't have to deal with very many shots in the first place!

    Now a request. I can't download a save because of bandwidth limits, so I'd like to see the current playing stats for Barcelona's great trio (Messi, Neymar, Suarez).

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    Wow, talk about a backwards step from Brereton! Did he not enterain another contract renewal?

    Schuurs almost gets my vote again, goals from a defender always looks good and he helped his club stay unbeaten. However, can't overlook Svilar enjoying his best form ever so he'll get my vote this time around.

    Surely Roffo will need a move away to get internationally recognised? Are you making him a one club man, JayFlo?

    Gutted for Matteo that he missed a cap due to a poxy neck injury. Amazed that it's his first injury though! Not impressed that Juventus are 7 points behind Napoli already though, hopefully they'll have the strength to catch them up.

    Excellent write-up again, JayFlo. Great read all around.

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    My vote goes to Mile 'Buffon' Svilar!
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    Ferdi is so inconsistent. Any chance of buy a load of Ritalin for him?

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    thanks for the great write up Jay gonna be our GK Mike Svilar, yes I'm biased being his team-mate so sue me

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    Quote Originally Posted by navpirx View Post
    My vote is for Guendouzi. Excellent performances. The keepers are also looking impressive with all their clean sheets, but upon closer examination, they don't have to deal with very many shots in the first place!

    Now a request. I can't download a save because of bandwidth limits, so I'd like to see the current playing stats for Barcelona's great trio (Messi, Neymar, Suarez).
    Sorry to be picky, but do you mean their attributes or their performance stats?

    Quote Originally Posted by Mark View Post
    Wow, talk about a backwards step from Brereton! Did he not enterain another contract renewal?

    Schuurs almost gets my vote again, goals from a defender always looks good and he helped his club stay unbeaten. However, can't overlook Svilar enjoying his best form ever so he'll get my vote this time around.

    Surely Roffo will need a move away to get internationally recognised? Are you making him a one club man, JayFlo?

    Gutted for Matteo that he missed a cap due to a poxy neck injury. Amazed that it's his first injury though! Not impressed that Juventus are 7 points behind Napoli already though, hopefully they'll have the strength to catch them up.

    Excellent write-up again, JayFlo. Great read all around.
    After the first 21m bid that activated the clause was received the club offered him a new contract that he signed but asked for a 31m release clause once that was met the club tried again but he wasn't interested. The move will be going ahead in January bar some creativity from ebfatz.

    Quote Originally Posted by Dermotron View Post
    Ferdi is so inconsistent. Any chance of buy a load of Ritalin for him?

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    No Ritalin but is their an attribute for consistency?

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    Yes. It's called . . . consistency

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    Quote Originally Posted by navpirx View Post
    My vote is for Guendouzi. Excellent performances. The keepers are also looking impressive with all their clean sheets, but upon closer examination, they don't have to deal with very many shots in the first place!

    Now a request. I can't download a save because of bandwidth limits, so I'd like to see the current playing stats for Barcelona's great trio (Messi, Neymar, Suarez).


    Suarez is playing in the AMC role behind Lincoln.



    Messi is playing on the right of the midfield three with an arrow into AM.



    Neymar is playing on the left of the midfield three with an arrow into AM.


    Let me know if there is anything else you wish to know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dermotron View Post
    Yes. It's called . . . consistency
    I can up it at a cost, if you so desire. I can provide quotes for anything on request

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