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13 years 1 month ago #45427 by Pallister
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Yeah! Amazing... the Database shows a shotpower of max. 15 ;D . But better u don t run in the box with him....finishing is 11 only :D But I think with a speed of 0 (!!!) it isn t so easy to reach the box ;D

database.swos.info/index.php?gid=339 -- Cambuur squad in the Database

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13 years 1 month ago #45428 by Pallister
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I bought my striker very often in Japan. Those 3 here are really great for their price:

WONG SUN A (CHI) 1 15 12 1 0 11 0 £300K FIJOTSU JAPAN
HISASHI KUROSAKI A (JAP) 1 15 1 1 2 3 1 £300K KOSHAMA INTLERS JAPAN
JORGE DELY VALDES A (PAN) 0 14 1 2 2 13 1 £350K CARAZO OSIKA JAPAN

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13 years 1 month ago #45505 by Playaveli
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Wow, Claude Makelele is a real big name bargain:

CLAUDE MAKELELE (LW) CPS (15/15/14) - £1.1M (NANTES)

Awesome. Never recognized him.

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13 years 1 month ago #45521 by MIJB#19
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* Fredrik Ljungberg has to qualify for this discussion.
As Hamstad s reserve midfielder, his price is only 150K.
And sadly it shows, his speed is 1 on the 0-7 scale, his ball control a 2.
His best skills are passing and tackling at a whopping 3 out of 7. :)

* D Fabio Cannavaro has to be the biggest name out there at 3 stars out of 5.
Reserve at Parma, costing 1M, but with maximum tackling and heading.
Very useful if you use the results button, or if you re needing too much speed in your defense.

Two very cheap Euro2008 semi finalists (not counting the obvious Ballack):
* Turk Ayhan Akman costs only 100K as Gaziantepspor s starting midfielder.
Scores a 5 out of 7 in speed, 3 out of 7 in ball control and a big fat 0 in everything else. :D

* Russian Sergei Semak is available for 110K from Amaral Moscow.
Scores a 5 out of 7 in finishing, a 3 in heading, a 1 in shooting.
Which of course leaves nothing left for the other skills. ;)

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12 years 10 months ago #51085 by Marcaquinho
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Well.

My first time here...
No need to say that i would just kill for a nice evening playing
those little squared minimans in a great soccer match, to decide the first place in a competition, sometimes, by an inch...

So, here s a hint...

Martyn Chalk - Wrexham 06/07 (in SWOS Total Pack) - Attacker - 250 or 300k - fast, but not so powerful in shooting. Nevertheless, he just puts the ball in that unreachable corner... eheheheheh

Jamie McCombe - Bristol City 06/07 (in SWOS Total Pack) - Midfielder - 500k - Very fast, great tackle: wins almost every one on one challenge, very strong, rarely gets bruised, good ball control.

that s my first tip, hope you enjoyed it...
will come back with some more of these squared minimans... ;,);););););););)




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12 years 10 months ago #51089 by Oli O.
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We need BIG NAMES, not NONAMES!!!

;)



like Henry, Makelele, Ballack etc.

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12 years 2 months ago #67135 by McCall
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Henrick Larsson, the Swedish forward (VSC). Although a bit over a million in value, he s someone I often like to have waiting around on the bench. Good shot, good speed, good control. Gets a lot of goals as a second-stringer you can bring on as a sub or to cover for a star you want to keep safe from injury. Keeps his value despite being benched most of the time too.

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12 years 2 months ago #67173 by djowGer
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Henrick Larsson, the Swedish forward (VSC). Although a bit over a million in value, he s someone I often like to have waiting around on the bench. Good shot, good speed, good control. Gets a lot of goals as a second-stringer you can bring on as a sub or to cover for a star you want to keep safe from injury. Keeps his value despite being benched most of the time too.


always my first pick back in the days when i played career :)

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11 years 2 months ago #84696 by pycku
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In SWOS 96/97 when I start always try to buy these players:

Norwin Wooter (Ajax) 1 mln - really fast attacker
Valdas Ivanauskas (Hamburg) 1mln - same as Wooter

Rosen Kirilov and Vitorio Pavlov from CSKA (Sofia) are also good players for their values.

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11 years 1 month ago #86558 by jiradesca
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Adding one more to the list:

Thomas Berthold 850k VFB Stuttgart RB ... 15@ heading 14@ tackling 14@ speed... definitely a must in your defense

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