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That is where I could not handle Everton. I hold onto players too much and expect a lot more for TAA.

Alas, Gillingham will be in div 1 soon so you big guns can expect really annoying matches again.

:)
 

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That is where I could not handle Everton. I hold onto players too much and expect a lot more for TAA.

Alas, Gillingham will be in div 1 soon so you big guns can expect really annoying matches again.

:)
I think MG is one of a kind. Don't think anyone else would have made the offer he did, but he saw blood and could tell that with the right transfers (which he made), he could easily reach 30 trophies before I reach 35.
 

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I think MG is one of a kind. Don't think anyone else would have made the offer he did, but he saw blood and could tell that with the right transfers (which he made), he could easily reach 30 trophies before I reach 35.
Yeah, am very impressed with how he has changed Everton.

I guess I am a build from scratch player.

Cannot wait for next season if I get through the playoffs. Reverting tactics to the good old Barnsley tactics. :)
 

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Yeah, am very impressed with how he has changed Everton.

I guess I am a build from scratch player.

Cannot wait for next season if I get through the playoffs. Reverting tactics to the good old Barnsley tactics. :)
With any luck you won't have to play Barnsley next year either.
 

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Yeah would be good to barnsley Barnsley though, but fingers crossed for us both in Div 1 before we meet.
I have been trying to carry on with the same shithouse tactics. Been working well with me top of the league now with a goal difference lower than any other of the top 5 sides.
 

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Manchester United Bundesliga players

Player Name​
Age​
Rating​
Club​
Prediction​
New Rating​
David Alaba
28
93
Bayern Munich
No Change
+1 (94)
Jadon Sancho​
20​
92​
Borussia Dortmund​
No Change​
No Change​
Leon Goretzka
25
92
Bayern Munich
No Change
+1 (93)
Jerome Boateng
32
91
Bayern Munich
No Change
+1 (92)
Julian Brandt​
24​
91​
Borussia Dortmund​
No Change​
No Change​
Denis Zakaria​
24​
91​
Borussia Monchengladbach​
No Change​
No Change​
Nico Elvedi​
24​
90​
Borussia Monchengladbach​
No Change​
No Change​
Ibrahima Konate​
21​
88​
Leipzig​
No Change​
No Change​
Ridle Baku​
22​
85​
Wolfsburg​
+2 (87)​
+2 (87)​
Jude Bellingham
17
82
Borussia Dortmund
+2 (84)
+4 (86)
Josep Martinez​
22​
82​
Leipzig​
No Change​
No Change​
Dennis Borkowski​
18​
73​
Leipzig​
No Change​
No Change​
Armindo Sieb​
17​
67​
Bayern Munich​
No Change​
No Change​

  • Worse than predicted
  • Predicted
  • Better than predicted


UPMR = United Player Minutes Ranking (out of 41 as there are four players on 0)
CR = Club Ranking in their respective league

Disclaimer: Minutes only take the league into account. A few play in other competitions which might also be taken into account when SM do their ratings.

I think that makes up for the disaster that will be the Serie A review.
 

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@Damo Pretty good update for you
They're just the rises I were hoping for but downgraded as I usually get screwed by the reviewers. Only thing that would have made it perfect would be a rise to Konate but his injuries come at the worst times. Hopefully after the winter break he's fit and can stay fit for Leipzig for the rest of the season.
 

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Gillingham Bundesliga player changes THE RESULTS

John Brooks (27/88) +1 to 89 = NO CHANGE
Daley Sinkgraven (25/85) +2 to 87 = +2 TO 87
Leonardo Bittencourt (27/87) no change = NO CHANGE
Josh Sargent (20/83) +2 to 85 - actual
Liam Morisson (17/67) +3 to 70 = NO CHANGE
Lennard Maloney (21/70) +5 to 75 = NO CHANGE
Daishawn Redan (19/76) +2 to 78 = NO CHANGE

Not too sure on they younger few.

Looks like youth is being missed this year. JOY!!!
 

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Random question I'm in another league....what is the rough timing for a transfer to be accepted from an external club?
24 hours but transfers aren't completed between 6pm and midnight UK time
 

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Congrats to @Ravelation on winning the Darlington Cup.


Now ahead of Everton on trophies, though MG is set to win the League and Champions Cup so it won't be for long.
 

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A question for those who have been in the gameworld since the start. What is the most players we had playing simultaneously? Next season we will have 16 players in Division 2 most likely, that seems like the most we have had in a while. It's great to see so many players as it makes the 2nd division much more interesting with more players in it.
 

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A question for those who have been in the gameworld since the start. What is the most players we had playing simultaneously? Next season we will have 16 players in Division 2 most likely, that seems like the most we have had in a while. It's great to see so many players as it makes the 2nd division much more interesting with more players in it.
The league is thriving man
 

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Question, do we have any records of all the Trophies won by managers as opposed to won by each team?
I can do one, though in some cases I won't be sure of caf name.

Spoiler alert: the Manchester United honours is exactly the same as the number of trophies I've won.
A question for those who have been in the gameworld since the start. What is the most players we had playing simultaneously? Next season we will have 16 players in Division 2 most likely, that seems like the most we have had in a while. It's great to see so many players as it makes the 2nd division much more interesting with more players in it.
Fairly sure that at the start we had the top 2 divisions filled and half of the third division.
 

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Just remember, that @Ravelation did ask for this and is definitely not a brag post by me.

 
FFP and Youth Table January 2021 New

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FFP Status (1 January 2021)

Div 1

  1. Tottenham Hotspur - 40/42
  2. Manchester United - 44/45
  3. Arsenal - 47/48
  4. Liverpool - 50/50 (still waiting on Pablo to quit)
  5. Newcastle United - 50/50
  6. Sunderland - 49/51
  7. AFC Bournemouth - 52/52
  8. Aston Villa - 49/52
  9. Darlington 1883 - 51/52
  10. Everton - 52/52
  11. Fulham - 52/52
  12. Middlesbrough - 51/52
  13. Milton Keynes Dons - 48/52
  14. Norwich City - 46/52
  15. Nottingham Forest - 51/52
  16. Southend United - 51/52
  17. Cardiff City - 51/53
  18. Ipswich Town - 52/53
  19. Bristol City - 53/54
  20. Hereford - 54/55
Div 2
  1. West Ham - 47/50
  2. Manchester City - 45/51
  3. Barnsley - 51/54
  4. Blackburn Rovers - 50/54
  5. Chelsea - 52/54
  6. Southampton - 50/54
  7. Wolverhampton Wanderers - 53/54
  8. Leeds United - 50/55
  9. Derby County - 35/56
  10. Leicester City - 37/56
  11. Charlton - 49/58
  12. Preston North End - 30/58
  13. Bury - 39/59
Div 3
  1. Kidderminster - 57/62
  2. Gillingham - 59/63
  3. Leyton Orient - 62/63

Thanks to @green_smiley for access to the spreadsheet for calculating team FFP.

January 2021 Youth Table

PositionTeamPoints# of Players
1​
Southend United​
72.4​
21​
2​
Nottingham Forest​
33.2​
11​
3​
Fulham​
32.3​
15​
4​
Hereford​
32.1​
15​
5​
Barnsley​
30.1​
13​
6​
Manchester United​
29.1​
9​
7​
Leyton Orient​
28.9​
15​
8​
Newcastle United​
26.2​
12​
9​
Sunderland​
25.1​
10​
10​
Middlesbrough​
23.5​
11​
11​
Wolverhampton Wanderers​
22.9​
10​
12​
Aston Villa​
20.3​
8​
13​
Arsenal​
19.2​
8​
14​
Manchester City​
18.2​
7​
15​
Bury​
17​
7​
16​
Blackburn Rovers​
16.7​
9​
17​
Chelsea​
16.2​
8​
18​
West Ham United​
15.2​
8​
19​
Liverpool​
15​
9​
20​
Everton​
14.3​
8​
21​
Kidderminster Harriers​
12.6​
7​
22​
Cardiff City​
12.1​
5​
23​
Bristol City​
11.8​
5​
24​
Norwich City​
10.1​
5​
25​
Bournemouth​
8​
5​
26​
Charlton Athletic​
7.7​
3​
27​
Milton Keynes Dons​
7.6​
4​
28​
Tottenham Hotspur​
7.5​
2​
29​
Southampton​
6.5​
3​
30​
Gillingham​
4.1​
2​
31​
Leeds United​
3.4​
2​
32​
Ipswich Town​
3.1​
2​
=​
Darlington​
3.1​
2​
34​
Derby County​
0​
0​
=​
Leicester City​
0​
0​
=​
Preston North End​
0​
0​

Formula
Age: 21yrs = 0pts; 20yrs = 0.3pts; 19yrs = 0.6pts ...
Rating: 82 = 1pts; 83 = 1.5pts; 84 = 2pts ...

And add them up

Players turning 22 in January

TeamPlayerRatingBirthdayPoints
West Ham United​
Mattias Svanberg​
83​
5th​
1.5​
Blackburn Rovers​
Luis Maximiano​
83​
5th​
1.5​
Barnsley​
Arne Maier​
87​
8th​
3.5​
Tottenham Hotspur​
Gedson Fernandes​
85​
9th​
2.5​
Barnsley​
Mason Mount​
89​
10th​
4.5​
Liverpool​
Youssouf Fofana​
85​
10th​
2.5​
Newcastle United​
Declan Rice​
90​
14th​
5​
Southend United​
Aparecido Emerson​
87​
14th​
3.5​
Leyton Orient​
Donyell Malen​
87​
19th​
3.5​
Barnsley​
Oriol Busquets​
82​
20th​
1​
Bury​
Alban Lafont​
88​
23rd​
4​
Manchester United​
Malang Sarr​
87​
23rd​
3.5​
Leyton Orient​
Mounir Chouiar​
85​
23rd​
2.5​
Manchester United​
Diogo Leite​
82​
23rd​
1​
Leyton Orient​
Pape Gueye​
82​
24th​
1​
Kidderminster Harriers​
Leonardo Balerdi​
82​
26th​
1​

Youngest managed players rated 82+

RankTeamPlayerDOBAgeRatingPoints
1​
Manchester City​
Rayan Cherki​
17 Aug 2003​
17​
82​
2.2​
2​
Manchester United​
Jude Bellingham​
29 Jun 2003​
17​
86​
4.2​
3​
Aston Villa​
Florian Wirtz​
3 May 2003​
17​
85​
3.7​
4​
Fulham​
Jamal Musiala​
26 Feb 2003​
17​
82​
2.2​
5​
Newcastle United​
Pedri Gonzalez​
25 Nov 2002​
18​
82​
1.9​
6​
Southend United​
Matias Arezo​
21 Nov 2002​
18​
82​
1.9​
7​
Newcastle United​
Giovanni Reyna​
13 Nov 2002​
18​
86​
3.9​
8​
Nottingham Forest​
Eduardo Camavinga​
10 Nov 2002​
18​
88​
4.9​
9​
Nottingham Forest​
Ansu Fati​
31 Oct 2002​
18​
86​
3.9​
10​
Charlton Athletic​
Filip Stevanovic​
25 Sept 2002​
18​
83​
2.4​

Top 10 youth players by points

RankTeamPlayerAgeRatingPoints
1​
Manchester United​
Jadon Sancho​
20​
92​
6.3​
=​
Hereford​
Erling Braut Haland​
20​
92​
6.3​
3​
Southend United​
Matthijs de Ligt​
21​
92​
6​
4​
Southend United​
Alphonso Davies​
20​
91​
5.8​
5​
Southend United​
Gianluigi Donnarumma​
21​
91​
5.5​
=​
Southend United​
Kai Havertz​
21​
91​
5.5​
7​
Newcastle United​
Declan Rice​
21​
90​
5​
=​
Tottenham Hotspur​
Joao Felix​
21​
90​
5​
9​
Nottingham Forest​
Eduardo Camavinga​
18​
88​
4.9​
10​
Chelsea​
Ferran Torres​
20​
89​
4.8​
=​
Manchester United​
Vinicius Junior​
20​
89​
4.8​

A full breakdown of the youth table can be viewed HERE.
 

The Stain

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A question for those who have been in the gameworld since the start. What is the most players we had playing simultaneously? Next season we will have 16 players in Division 2 most likely, that seems like the most we have had in a while. It's great to see so many players as it makes the 2nd division much more interesting with more players in it.
No more players please, i'd rather not get relegated straight away ;)
 

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Well done, bruv.
I managed to overtake you purely due to one of your players turning 22 today :lol:

Quite a few players born on 23rd Jan including two of mine that are both CBs at Porto. In the next update I won't even be in the top 10...

Congrats on being 2nd on most honours won by a manager, especially when you haven't been in the league that long comparatively.
 

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I managed to overtake you purely due to one of your players turning 22 today :lol:

Quite a few players born on 23rd Jan including two of mine that are both CBs at Porto. In the next update I won't even be in the top 10...

Congrats on being 2nd on most honours won by a manager, especially when you haven't been in the league that long comparatively.
You will comfortably overtake me again next month. Dropping 9 points from players turning 22 this month.
 

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FFP Status (1 January 2021)

Div 1

  1. Tottenham Hotspur - 40/42
  2. Manchester United - 44/45
  3. Arsenal - 47/48
  4. Liverpool - 50/50 (still waiting on Pablo to quit)
  5. Newcastle United - 50/50
  6. Sunderland - 49/51
  7. AFC Bournemouth - 52/52
  8. Aston Villa - 49/52
  9. Darlington 1883 - 51/52
  10. Everton - 52/52
  11. Fulham - 52/52
  12. Middlesbrough - 51/52
  13. Milton Keynes Dons - 48/52
  14. Norwich City - 46/52
  15. Nottingham Forest - 51/52
  16. Southend United - 51/52
  17. Cardiff City - 51/53
  18. Ipswich Town - 52/53
  19. Bristol City - 53/54
  20. Hereford - 54/55
Div 2
  1. West Ham - 47/50
  2. Manchester City - 45/51
  3. Barnsley - 51/54
  4. Blackburn Rovers - 50/54
  5. Chelsea - 52/54
  6. Southampton - 50/54
  7. Wolverhampton Wanderers - 53/54
  8. Leeds United - 50/55
  9. Derby County - 35/56
  10. Leicester City - 37/56
  11. Charlton - 49/58
  12. Preston North End - 30/58
  13. Bury - 39/59
Div 3
  1. Kidderminster - 57/62
  2. Gillingham - 59/63
  3. Leyton Orient - 62/63

Thanks to @green_smiley for access to the spreadsheet for calculating team FFP.

January 2021 Youth Table

PositionTeamPoints# of Players
1​
Southend United​
72.4​
21​
2​
Nottingham Forest​
33.2​
11​
3​
Fulham​
32.3​
15​
4​
Hereford​
32.1​
15​
5​
Barnsley​
30.1​
13​
6​
Manchester United​
29.1​
9​
7​
Leyton Orient​
28.9​
15​
8​
Newcastle United​
26.2​
12​
9​
Sunderland​
25.1​
10​
10​
Middlesbrough​
23.5​
11​
11​
Wolverhampton Wanderers​
22.9​
10​
12​
Aston Villa​
20.3​
8​
13​
Arsenal​
19.2​
8​
14​
Manchester City​
18.2​
7​
15​
Bury​
17​
7​
16​
Blackburn Rovers​
16.7​
9​
17​
Chelsea​
16.2​
8​
18​
West Ham United​
15.2​
8​
19​
Liverpool​
15​
9​
20​
Everton​
14.3​
8​
21​
Kidderminster Harriers​
12.6​
7​
22​
Cardiff City​
12.1​
5​
23​
Bristol City​
11.8​
5​
24​
Norwich City​
10.1​
5​
25​
Bournemouth​
8​
5​
26​
Charlton Athletic​
7.7​
3​
27​
Milton Keynes Dons​
7.6​
4​
28​
Tottenham Hotspur​
7.5​
2​
29​
Southampton​
6.5​
3​
30​
Gillingham​
4.1​
2​
31​
Leeds United​
3.4​
2​
32​
Ipswich Town​
3.1​
2​
=​
Darlington​
3.1​
2​
34​
Derby County​
0​
0​
=​
Leicester City​
0​
0​
=​
Preston North End​
0​
0​

Formula
Age: 21yrs = 0pts; 20yrs = 0.3pts; 19yrs = 0.6pts ...
Rating: 82 = 1pts; 83 = 1.5pts; 84 = 2pts ...

And add them up

Players turning 22 in January

TeamPlayerRatingBirthdayPoints
West Ham United​
Mattias Svanberg​
83​
5th​
1.5​
Blackburn Rovers​
Luis Maximiano​
83​
5th​
1.5​
Barnsley​
Arne Maier​
87​
8th​
3.5​
Tottenham Hotspur​
Gedson Fernandes​
85​
9th​
2.5​
Barnsley​
Mason Mount​
89​
10th​
4.5​
Liverpool​
Youssouf Fofana​
85​
10th​
2.5​
Newcastle United​
Declan Rice​
90​
14th​
5​
Southend United​
Aparecido Emerson​
87​
14th​
3.5​
Leyton Orient​
Donyell Malen​
87​
19th​
3.5​
Barnsley​
Oriol Busquets​
82​
20th​
1​
Bury​
Alban Lafont​
88​
23rd​
4​
Manchester United​
Malang Sarr​
87​
23rd​
3.5​
Leyton Orient​
Mounir Chouiar​
85​
23rd​
2.5​
Manchester United​
Diogo Leite​
82​
23rd​
1​
Leyton Orient​
Pape Gueye​
82​
24th​
1​
Kidderminster Harriers​
Leonardo Balerdi​
82​
26th​
1​

Youngest managed players rated 82+

RankTeamPlayerDOBAgeRatingPoints
1​
Manchester City​
Rayan Cherki​
17 Aug 2003​
17​
82​
2.2​
2​
Manchester United​
Jude Bellingham​
29 Jun 2003​
17​
86​
4.2​
3​
Aston Villa​
Florian Wirtz​
3 May 2003​
17​
85​
3.7​
4​
Fulham​
Jamal Musiala​
26 Feb 2003​
17​
82​
2.2​
5​
Newcastle United​
Pedri Gonzalez​
25 Nov 2002​
18​
82​
1.9​
6​
Southend United​
Matias Arezo​
21 Nov 2002​
18​
82​
1.9​
7​
Newcastle United​
Giovanni Reyna​
13 Nov 2002​
18​
86​
3.9​
8​
Nottingham Forest​
Eduardo Camavinga​
10 Nov 2002​
18​
88​
4.9​
9​
Nottingham Forest​
Ansu Fati​
31 Oct 2002​
18​
86​
3.9​
10​
Charlton Athletic​
Filip Stevanovic​
25 Sept 2002​
18​
83​
2.4​

Top 10 youth players by points

RankTeamPlayerAgeRatingPoints
1​
Manchester United​
Jadon Sancho​
20​
92​
6.3​
=​
Hereford​
Erling Braut Haland​
20​
92​
6.3​
3​
Southend United​
Matthijs de Ligt​
21​
92​
6​
4​
Southend United​
Alphonso Davies​
20​
91​
5.8​
5​
Southend United​
Gianluigi Donnarumma​
21​
91​
5.5​
=​
Southend United​
Kai Havertz​
21​
91​
5.5​
7​
Newcastle United​
Declan Rice​
21​
90​
5​
=​
Tottenham Hotspur​
Joao Felix​
21​
90​
5​
9​
Nottingham Forest​
Eduardo Camavinga​
18​
88​
4.9​
10​
Chelsea​
Ferran Torres​
20​
89​
4.8​
=​
Manchester United​
Vinicius Junior​
20​
89​
4.8​

A full breakdown of the youth table can be viewed HERE.
Nice one Spontaneous, love to see how high Barnsley are

Gillingham slowly climbing, will be chasing mid table I hope in the future.

No more players please, i'd rather not get relegated straight away ;)
Don't worry TS that will be me....if I even get through the playoffs. You know how funky results against unmanaged teams can be sometimes.
 

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Div 1

  1. Tottenham Hotspur - 40/42
  2. Manchester United - 44/45
  3. Arsenal - 47/48
  4. Liverpool - 50/50 (still waiting on Pablo to quit)
  5. Newcastle United - 50/50
  6. Sunderland - 49/51
  7. AFC Bournemouth - 52/52
  8. Aston Villa - 49/52
  9. Darlington 1883 - 51/52
  10. Everton - 52/52
  11. Fulham - 52/52
  12. Middlesbrough - 51/52
  13. Milton Keynes Dons - 48/52
  14. Norwich City - 46/52
  15. Nottingham Forest - 51/52
  16. Southend United - 51/52
  17. Cardiff City - 51/53
  18. Ipswich Town - 52/53
  19. Bristol City - 53/54
  20. Hereford - 54/55
Div 2
  1. West Ham - 47/50
  2. Manchester City - 45/51
  3. Barnsley - 51/54
  4. Blackburn Rovers - 50/54
  5. Chelsea - 52/54
  6. Southampton - 50/54
  7. Wolverhampton Wanderers - 53/54
  8. Leeds United - 50/55
  9. Derby County - 35/56
  10. Leicester City - 37/56
  11. Charlton - 49/58
  12. Preston North End - 30/58
  13. Bury - 39/59
Div 3
  1. Kidderminster - 57/62
  2. Gillingham - 59/63
  3. Leyton Orient - 62/63

Thanks to @green_smiley for access to the spreadsheet for calculating team FFP.

January 2021 Youth Table

PositionTeamPoints# of Players
1​
Southend United​
72.4​
21​
2​
Nottingham Forest​
33.2​
11​
3​
Fulham​
32.3​
15​
4​
Hereford​
32.1​
15​
5​
Barnsley​
30.1​
13​
6​
Manchester United​
29.1​
9​
7​
Leyton Orient​
28.9​
15​
8​
Newcastle United​
26.2​
12​
9​
Sunderland​
25.1​
10​
10​
Middlesbrough​
23.5​
11​
11​
Wolverhampton Wanderers​
22.9​
10​
12​
Aston Villa​
20.3​
8​
13​
Arsenal​
19.2​
8​
14​
Manchester City​
18.2​
7​
15​
Bury​
17​
7​
16​
Blackburn Rovers​
16.7​
9​
17​
Chelsea​
16.2​
8​
18​
West Ham United​
15.2​
8​
19​
Liverpool​
15​
9​
20​
Everton​
14.3​
8​
21​
Kidderminster Harriers​
12.6​
7​
22​
Cardiff City​
12.1​
5​
23​
Bristol City​
11.8​
5​
24​
Norwich City​
10.1​
5​
25​
Bournemouth​
8​
5​
26​
Charlton Athletic​
7.7​
3​
27​
Milton Keynes Dons​
7.6​
4​
28​
Tottenham Hotspur​
7.5​
2​
29​
Southampton​
6.5​
3​
30​
Gillingham​
4.1​
2​
31​
Leeds United​
3.4​
2​
32​
Ipswich Town​
3.1​
2​
=​
Darlington​
3.1​
2​
34​
Derby County​
0​
0​
=​
Leicester City​
0​
0​
=​
Preston North End​
0​
0​

Formula
Age: 21yrs = 0pts; 20yrs = 0.3pts; 19yrs = 0.6pts ...
Rating: 82 = 1pts; 83 = 1.5pts; 84 = 2pts ...

And add them up

Players turning 22 in January

TeamPlayerRatingBirthdayPoints
West Ham United​
Mattias Svanberg​
83​
5th​
1.5​
Blackburn Rovers​
Luis Maximiano​
83​
5th​
1.5​
Barnsley​
Arne Maier​
87​
8th​
3.5​
Tottenham Hotspur​
Gedson Fernandes​
85​
9th​
2.5​
Barnsley​
Mason Mount​
89​
10th​
4.5​
Liverpool​
Youssouf Fofana​
85​
10th​
2.5​
Newcastle United​
Declan Rice​
90​
14th​
5​
Southend United​
Aparecido Emerson​
87​
14th​
3.5​
Leyton Orient​
Donyell Malen​
87​
19th​
3.5​
Barnsley​
Oriol Busquets​
82​
20th​
1​
Bury​
Alban Lafont​
88​
23rd​
4​
Manchester United​
Malang Sarr​
87​
23rd​
3.5​
Leyton Orient​
Mounir Chouiar​
85​
23rd​
2.5​
Manchester United​
Diogo Leite​
82​
23rd​
1​
Leyton Orient​
Pape Gueye​
82​
24th​
1​
Kidderminster Harriers​
Leonardo Balerdi​
82​
26th​
1​

Youngest managed players rated 82+

RankTeamPlayerDOBAgeRatingPoints
1​
Manchester City​
Rayan Cherki​
17 Aug 2003​
17​
82​
2.2​
2​
Manchester United​
Jude Bellingham​
29 Jun 2003​
17​
86​
4.2​
3​
Aston Villa​
Florian Wirtz​
3 May 2003​
17​
85​
3.7​
4​
Fulham​
Jamal Musiala​
26 Feb 2003​
17​
82​
2.2​
5​
Newcastle United​
Pedri Gonzalez​
25 Nov 2002​
18​
82​
1.9​
6​
Southend United​
Matias Arezo​
21 Nov 2002​
18​
82​
1.9​
7​
Newcastle United​
Giovanni Reyna​
13 Nov 2002​
18​
86​
3.9​
8​
Nottingham Forest​
Eduardo Camavinga​
10 Nov 2002​
18​
88​
4.9​
9​
Nottingham Forest​
Ansu Fati​
31 Oct 2002​
18​
86​
3.9​
10​
Charlton Athletic​
Filip Stevanovic​
25 Sept 2002​
18​
83​
2.4​

Top 10 youth players by points

RankTeamPlayerAgeRatingPoints
1​
Manchester United​
Jadon Sancho​
20​
92​
6.3​
=​
Hereford​
Erling Braut Haland​
20​
92​
6.3​
3​
Southend United​
Matthijs de Ligt​
21​
92​
6​
4​
Southend United​
Alphonso Davies​
20​
91​
5.8​
5​
Southend United​
Gianluigi Donnarumma​
21​
91​
5.5​
=​
Southend United​
Kai Havertz​
21​
91​
5.5​
7​
Newcastle United​
Declan Rice​
21​
90​
5​
=​
Tottenham Hotspur​
Joao Felix​
21​
90​
5​
9​
Nottingham Forest​
Eduardo Camavinga​
18​
88​
4.9​
10​
Chelsea​
Ferran Torres​
20​
89​
4.8​
=​
Manchester United​
Vinicius Junior​
20​
89​
4.8​

A full breakdown of the youth table can be viewed HERE.
Hmmm dropped quite a bit this month with Odegaard turning 22, will drop well outside the top 20 when Rice does... oh well was nice being near the top of a table for a while....

So, odds are that @CrackersJr will win the SMFA Shield again this season
No... Not at all. Got a lucky 1 goal lead into the second leg, but Fulham will demolish us in the next leg
 

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CB position at Villa looking quite promising right now despite Van Dijk leaving.

Ruben Dias (90/23)Presnel Kimpembe (91/25)
Eric Bailly (89/26)Pau Torres (89/23)
Moucatar Diakhaby (87/24)Sven Botman (86/20)

Not sure how this happened, pretty poor planning from my side as they'll all demand gametime soon enough. Who would you sell?
 

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CB position at Villa looking quite promising right now despite Van Dijk leaving.

Ruben Dias (90/23)Presnel Kimpembe (91/25)
Eric Bailly (89/26)Pau Torres (89/23)
Moucatar Diakhaby (87/24)Sven Botman (86/20)

Not sure how this happened, pretty poor planning from my side as they'll all demand gametime soon enough. Who would you sell?
Dias to United.

On a serious note, would definitely sell Diakhaby.

You lucked out with Bailly. Wouldn't honestly rely on him long term but he'll probably get a rise by the end of the season
 

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You'll be able to rotate them all for a while. It is only when you get to my situation (and this'll come clear after the GW36 concern review) that it becomes tricky.
 

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Diakhaby, not really a contest. Valencia are in the relegation zone and he's their starting CB. Not a good sign.

Bailly is a risk, he could easily breakdown again and be frozen at 89.
 

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Dias to United.

On a serious note, would definitely sell Diakhaby.

You lucked out with Bailly. Wouldn't honestly rely on him long term but he'll probably get a rise by the end of the season
On paper yeah Diakhaby is probably the weakest of the bunch, but is still a young starter at Valencia and will probably only continue rising. This is the toughest part of the game i think, deciding who to sell on knowing full well that the player might develop fantastically in the next years and haunt you with regret. Grealish for example. Buying players is so much easier :lol:

Bailly i've wanted since United signed him, always thought he was class. Extremely unreliable injurywise of course but for cash it was worth the gamble.

Diakhaby, not really a contest. Valencia are in the relegation zone and he's their starting CB. Not a good sign.

Bailly is a risk, he could easily breakdown again and be frozen at 89.
True but he also must be doing something right to keep getting picked, they are still a big club after all and have options. Will try to hold on until they start developing concerns, but when that time comes it'll probably be him that goes
 

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On paper yeah Diakhaby is probably the weakest of the bunch, but is still a young starter at Valencia and will probably only continue rising. This is the toughest part of the game i think, deciding who to sell on knowing full well that the player might develop fantastically in the next years and haunt you with regret. Grealish for example. Buying players is so much easier :lol:

True but he also must be doing something right to keep getting picked, they are still a big club after all and have options. Will try to hold on until they start developing concerns, but when that time comes it'll probably be him that goes
Valencia's owner has basically been on a mass selling spree and is no longer really backing the team with signings. With where they are in the league, Diakhaby won't be rising any time soon and I'm confident that if you do eventually sell him, you'll have no regrets.
 

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True but he also must be doing something right to keep getting picked, they are still a big club after all and have options. Will try to hold on until they start developing concerns, but when that time comes it'll probably be him that goes
Valencia as a basket case though. More likely he drops than rises.
 

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Diakhaby, not really a contest. Valencia are in the relegation zone and he's their starting CB. Not a good sign.

Bailly is a risk, he could easily breakdown again and be frozen at 89.
I genuinely think Bailly will drop to 88 first
 

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Diakhaby, not really a contest. Valencia are in the relegation zone and he's their starting CB. Not a good sign.

Bailly is a risk, he could easily breakdown again and be frozen at 89.
Biggest issue with him. I would say almost comparable to phil jones injury level. But Jones seems to have taken it to another level this past 2 seasons in terms of injuries.