I just hope they start publishing an updated TOTM leader board during the month, it will help drive prices particularly for the lower end of the market if those players are in a good position pre-21st of each month.
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RE: The new divs announcement is AMAZING - just wait!
RE: Sub £1 Footballers Feb 2020
Thilo Kehrer is for me another player who offers great value at 73p - just recovered from a long-term injury and starting again for PSG. Won matchday dividends a week ago and posted a score of 145+ the other night despite PSG conceding two goals.
German international, so will probably be also back in the international set up for the Euros
RE: What is your trading target for the next year?
Joined in Aug 18, made a lot of schoolboy errors in my first 1-2 months but ended Dec 18 with a 12% profit. Year 2 - I aimed to finish at 50% and got to 53% - this year I'm aiming to end the year with 100%+ profit, i'm currently at 74-75% which goes up and down daily with the ME.
I've only put in around £2.4k and built up slowly.
Biggest mistake was buying Haaland at circa 80p and selling for £1.25. Best move so far was grabbing Bruno Fernandes at an average of £1.80 and holding.
RE: Matchday thread 13/7/20
@Yellow Good luck tonight mate. Been following your results since we've loaned you a couple of guys (Browne and Holland) so hoping you do it.
We wont mention Joey fucking Beauchamp!
Joey Beauchamp - was always my first signing on Champ Manager 93/94
Only Rashford, Fernandes and Hazard for tonight
RE: As i'm bored.....Has this ever happened before with other clubs/names?
John De Wolfe - played for us (Wolves)
RE: When did everyone join FI?
Deposited £20 and brought the following:
Oliver McBurnie 2 x 55p (adjusted share split price 18p)
Ruben Neves 3 x £2.28 (76p)
Raul Jimenez 2 x 88p (29p)
Ruben Vinagre 5 x 60p (20p)
Luka Jovic 1 x £1.35 (45p)
Angus Gunn 2 x £48p (16p)
Ben Mee 3 x 67p(22p)
Diogo Jota 5 x £1.88 (63p)
I look back at these now particularly pre-share split and wish I had invested £20k :D
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RE: Rolling matchday thread: 7/8/20
Who is winning MB then?
Bruno helping united qualify for CL
KDB for equalling Henry assist record in a season
Vardy top scorer after a late challenge from PEA
Silva end of 10 years in Prem
De Gea for catching a ball
Vardy/KDB deserves it
I expect Bruno will win it
Media madness starts tomorrow £££
RE: Anybody else having android app issues on match days?
Same here, it's blank since the update two days ago
RE: A Feast of Football
So who do we think some of the stand out players are for these run of fixture's?
Diogo Jota has been very average in the premier league since it's return but has been prolific in the Europa campaign. I can see Wolves going all the way to the final and Jota being the standout player for them.
On his day Jota is unstoppable, he has fits and starts across the season and isn't consistent unfortunately, however he is still only 22/23. All of our European performances bar Braga (H) have been very good. Raul is another one worth looking at for IPDs as he is guarenteed to start each game with Jota/Neto/Podence and Adama vying for the 2 positions around him.
I'd also look at Boly, he's one of the first names on the teamsheet and a threat from corners. Can be picked up for around 30-35p at the moment if you're patient - one goal would get you a 33% return.
RE: Championship players
Goalkeeper: Marek Rodak (Fulham) - 6.77 rating
The first of three Fulham representatives features between the sticks. Marek Rodak was solid for the Whites in goal as Scott Parker's side earned a playoff spot. The Slovakian youngster kept 13 clean sheets in his 33 outings and ranked among the top 10 goalkeepers for saves per 90 (3) this season. What's more, of the goalkeepers to make more than 10 league outings, Rodak's save success rate (75 per cent) was better than any other shotstopper to yield a WhoScored.com rating of 6.77.
Right-back: Luke Ayling (Leeds) - 7.26 rating
The sole representative for champions Leeds, which says more about the impressive team performances from Marcelo Bielsa's side rather than the reliance in individual quality. Luke Ayling was solid at the back as his WhoScored.com rating (7.26) suggests. To go with his four goals and four assists, the 28-year-old chipped in with averages of 1.9 tackles and 1.7 interceptions per 90 to help make the WhoScored.com team of the season.
Centre-back: Shaun Hutchinson (Millwall) - 7.29 rating
Millwall's only player in the best XI is centre-back Shaun Hutchinson. The defender was a towering presence at both ends of the pitch for the Lions, as he bagged six league goals, five of which were headers, and won an impressive 208 aerial duels, both enough to rank among the top 10 players in the Championship to help reinforce a statistically calculated WhoScored.com strength of 'aerial duels' and contribute towards a rating of 7.29.
Centre-back: Sean Morrison (Cardiff) - 7.26 rating
Partnering Hutchinson at the back is Cardiff's Sean Morrison. Only Preston's Patrick Bauer (249) won more aerial duels than Morrison (243) in the Championship this season. The 29-year-old scored four and assisted two for the Bluebirds, while no player won more WhoScored.com man of the match awards than Morrison (10) to contribute towards his inclusion in this team with a rating of 7.26.
Left-back: Joe Bryan (Fulham) - 7.13 rating
No defender registered more assists than Joe Bryan (7) in the Championship this season, with the left-back the final defender in the best XI. Bryan was a regular attacking threat down the Fulham left as he averaged 1.3 key passes per 90, while off the ball; he made more tackles (117) than any other player in England's second tier this term to reinforce statistically calculated WhoScored.com strengths of 'key passes' and 'tackling'.
Right midfield: Andre Ayew (Swansea) - 7.35 rating
The first and only Swansea player to make the WhoScored.com Championship team of the season, Andre Ayew played a key role in securing the Swans' spot in the playoffs. Indeed, the Ghanaian scored 15 times and provided an additional seven assists for Steve Cooper's side and was the third most fouled player (99) in the Championship this season to help garner a WhoScored.com rating of 7.35.
Central midfield: Matheus Pereira (West Brom) - 7.41 rating
Matheus Pereira proved to be an inspired signing for West Brom, with the Baggies lucky to be making his loan move permanent this summer. Indeed, the Brazilian ranked first for key passes (116), clear-cut chances created (20) and assists (16) in the Championship this season to return a WhoScored.com rating of 7.41.
Central midfield: Eberechi Eze (QPR) - 7.36 rating
QPR may have disappointed this season, but the same can't be said for Eberechi Eze. The young midfielder is likely to be plying his trade in the Premier League next season and deservedly so as Eze partners Pereira in midfield having garnered a WhoScored.com rating of 7.36.
The 22-year-old was one of three players to return 10 WhoScored.com man of the match awards with his 14 goals, eight assists and 136 successful dribbles - more than any other player - to help nail down a place in this XI.
Left midfield: Said Benrahma (Brentford) - 7.51 rating
The first of two Brentford players, Said Benrahma ended the campaign as the WhoScored.com player of the season in the Championship as he returned a rating of 7.51. Like Eze, Benrahma picked up 10 WhoScored.com man of the match awards and was in fine form post-lockdown to help push him to top spot. The Algerian scored 17 and provided eight assists for the league's top scorers as he ranked highly for successful dribbles (132) and key passes (91) to cap a fine campaign.
Striker: Ollie Watkins (Brentford) - 7.28 rating
The second Brentford player to make the cut, Ollie Watkins narrowly missed out on the Championship's Golden Boot as he bagged 25 league goals for the Bees, more than his previous two seasons combined. No player scored more clear-cut chances than Watkins (18) to reinforce a statistically calculated WhoScored.com strength of 'finishing' and earn a rating of 7.28.
Striker: Aleksandar Mitrovic (Fulham) - 7.24 rating
Rounding off the WhoScored.com Championship team of the season is the league's top scorer Aleksandar Mitrovic. The Serb hit the back of the net 26 times for Fulham this season, one more than Watkins, while only Benrahma (166) had more shots than Mitrovic (151) to help the 25-year-old to a WhoScored.com rating of 7.24.
RE: Team of The Month - July 2020 (regular update thread)
Cheers for the update.
I was wondering if Neves had got into the top 15. He 'only' needs a score of 221 then against Chelsea to trouble the top 4 :D