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  1. The most shocking is that not lowered potential of Chicharrito! Continues with a Insulting potential of 175. Ridiculous!
  2. This even better in the last update! Do not miss the view.
  3. Who are the stars of the early FM 2012, which saw their attributes and / or potential reduced in January Transfer Update 12.2.0 *RELEASED TODAY*? Who has been improved and has become a star?
  4. It may be the way to Benfica! http://www.abola.pt/nnh/ver.aspx?id=314694
  5. How to get an almost perfect BWM? Buy Rodney Strasser and Kristofer Haestad as his guardian (tutor).
  6. After all, the original database, RYJ, simply as PPM: Curls ball & Dictates Tempo. Tries killer balls often not. What a mess!
  7. Obviously it will never be a Yann M'Vila. But may play a similar role in average teams . It is also a solid choice and cheaper for those who like to play with a Deep-Lying Playmaker more defensive ahead of the defenders.
  8. Name: Ivo Pekalski Club: Malmo FF D.O.B: 3/11/1990 Nationality: Swedish/Polish Position: Centre Midfield REAL LIFE: Ivo Pekalski is regarded as one of Malmo FF 's most valuable players. The 20-year-old enjoyed a wonderful first season in the Swedish Allsvenskan and was a key player in the side as they claimed the 2010 title. Pekalski switched to Malmo from second division side Landskrona BOIS in July 2009 after two impressive seasons, during which he became the youngest player to ever feature in the Superattan (Swedish second league). Originally, Pekalski was signed by Malmo as a promising prospect, but after half a season he managed to become a regular fixture in the side and cemented his spot in midfield for the remainder of the campaign. His performances earned him the Swedish Newcomer of the Year award for the 2010 season. During preparation for the current season, Pekalski picked up an ankle injury and missed the start of the campaign; he recently returned in the match against IFK Goteborg. Pekalski is a wonderful midfielder with superb passing ability. He is an intelligent player who is comfortable on the ball and is well aware of his strengths and limitations. Strengths He is best used as a defensive midfielder, as he reads the game well and is excellent at foiling opposition plays before supporting his team in the attacking build-up. Even though he is only 20 years old, Pekalski plays with maturity and confidence. He is comfortable in possession and exercises sound judgment more often than not, even when under pressure. Weaknesses While Pekalski is a strong and durable player, he lacks agility and speed. His movement is rather slow and despite often joining the attack, he rarely scores. His technique and dribbling skills could be improved; he is reliable on the ball mostly because he is intelligent enough to know what situations to avoid, but is not a tricky midfielder capable of ghosting past players with any special ball control capabilities. His shot accuracy is also somewhat lacking and he is generally not a player who poses much threat even when he gets close to the opposition goal due to his relatively slow reactions and mediocre finishing. In addition, his aerial game could be honed as he doesn't win enough of his headers. Mentality Pekalski has good mentality both on and off the pitch. He is a natural leader who always gives his all and keeps for the full 90 minutes. He was used to playing week-in week-out with Landskrona in the second tier but after switching to Malmo he was restricted to no playtime at all; hard work in the training sessions meant it was only a matter of time before the manager gave him a chance and he took it with both hands. Potential Pekalski has real potential and he is still only 20. With the right guidance, he could become a starter for medium to top level clubs in leagues such as the German Bundesliga. Yet there is still obvious room for improvement in several key aspects of his game. He does lack the pace to compete with elegant attacking midfielders in better leagues, at the moment. Regarding mentality, he has already proved his ability to cope with pressure by making the step up from the Swedish second division to playing for one of the top clubs in the Sweden. FM 2012: Strengths: Passing, composure, balance Weaknesses: Marking Description: Defensive Midfielder Personality: Fairly professional Suggested Roles: Deep-lying playmaker - Defend, Defensive Midfielder - Support PPM: Switches ball to other flank; Looks for pass rather than attempting to score Profile: Start of a save.
  9. I do not think has as PPM "Dictates Time", but: Tries killer balls often and curls ball ...
  10. Excellent development. It is natural since it is a dedicated professional (18) and his work rate is also above average (15). It is very good as Deep-Lying Playmaker, but its best role as Advanced Playmaker - Support, starting from midfield.
  11. For less than a million, you getting him! 17 for consistency and 15 for important matches! Professional 18! Is an authentic ace/craque!
  12. Name: Ruben Yttergård Jenssen Club: Tromsø IL D.O.B: 4/5/1988 Nationality: Norwegian Position: Center Mid. REAL LIFE: "The young Norwegian, born and bred in Tromsø, has gone through the ranks for his local club. Now he is his team most consistent performer and one of the main reasons why the club have done so well these last seasons. He made his debut at the age of 17 and he were patient waiting for his chance to shine on a regular basis. It also took some time before his manager realized that they were dealing with a talented central midfielder – not a winger. In 2008 he established himself as first team regular and since then his career has flourished and he hasn’t really looked back since then. Being a central midfielder his biggest talent is his passing ability. His vision and orientation of the game – combined with an outstanding left-foot- are some qualities that really stands out when comparing him to other players in Norway. If you add the fact that we`re dealing with a player with a hunger and desire to receive the ball at all times, one might realize that we`re dealing with an unorthodox player compared to other Norwegians. One could actually wonder if this is one of the reasons why he hasn’t featured on a more regularly basis for his national team – he simply doesn’t fit the typical Norwegian description of a central midfielder. I remember Mohammed Abdellaoue was not a regular for Norway not long time ago and I never understood why. The same thing applies to Ruben Yttergård Jenssen – he should be more involved on a regular basis. So it’s fair to say that he`s taking huge steps as a footballer this last two seasons. What have he done so rightly? First of all I have to point out that we are dealing with a player as professional as they come. Having watched him in training on a regularly basis and watched him play matches often, I feel that I am entitled to say so. In modern football you can`t nowadays take such a quality for granted. Having gone the grades at Tromsø IL and worked with different managers he`s picked up tips in areas of his game that needed improvement. And all credit to the managers – allowing him to play on and not changing him as a player. Same could be said about the consistency of the squad and the fact that he has learned a great deal from the more experience players at the club. And let`s not forget the well-organized formation at Tromsø IL, a system where the players trust everyone around them at all times. This is just a few factors, but the most essential ones that in my opinion made the player that we see today. His passing has always been good, but at times he used to give the ball to easily away – especially when opponents tried to close him down early and high up in the field. With an aggressive pressure on him he at times way to easy lost the ball to opponents. At times he could be a bit too arrogant and slow with the ball in his feet, which eventually would see him loose the ball and often in dangerous areas. Now I feel that he has improved a lot in this area. It know seems that he has a plan before he receives the ball and he`s not stressed at all when opponents tries to close him down early. At times this could be heartbreaking for the supporters as they aren’t/weren’t used to such calmness in tight situations. This aggressive pressure doesn’t seem to affect his game plan as it used to. He`s got a plan B for it and he doesn’t hesitate those few seconds anymore- those seconds that are so crucial at such high level. When receiving the ball he`s in no rush to pass the ball forward immediately. He takes his time in the buildup play, finding the right solutions when he`s sees them. But when he sees a gap in the opposition side then his strikers/midfielder can rely on his passing skills. When his passing options are limited he isn’t afraid to dribble past the opponent – creating space on his own. You could say that his confidence and orientation skills have improved during these last years. One of the reason why he weren’t suitable for a role as wing-player was due to his lack of pace. But even in this area I`ve seen some improvement lately. He looks fitter and sharper than before, but what he still lacks in pace he makes up for with skills in those areas mention above. You see the same scenario with other midfielders, playing for top European clubs, that their lack of pace doesn’t affect their game. Some of his progression should be credited to his central midfield partner, Serigne Modou Kara Mbodj. The partnership they have formed these last two seasons has seen them forming, undoubtedly the best central midfield duo in the Norwegian league. The understanding between them has been essential in both players progress into their developing as players. In those areas where he struggles in his defensive play, Kara makes up for with muscles and power. And it’s the same vice versa. Having that said Ruben Yttergård Jenssen is quick of seeing danger and reorganizing his midfield whenever needed. Such is the brilliance with which he reads the game-both in defense and attack. Ruben Yttergård Jenssen is only 23 years old and a regular call up for the national team of Norway. He`s captain material for his team and one of the most popular players on and off the field. Surely one of the prime examples nowadays of a player who is a fully professional and one who gives he`s best at all times. His performances haven’t gone unnoticed during this last transfer window. Dutch club, Vitesse, showed some real interest in him just before the window closed. There has also been interest from other clubs so it’s fair to say that all the work he has laid down had earned a deservingly attention from bigger clubs. Where do I see his future, will he continue to play in Scandinavia or is it time to move on? His team would obviously do a lot to hang onto the services of Ruben Yttergård Jenssen. But it is inevitably that the player will have to leave the club to fulfill his potential as a player. He would benefit of playing in a ball possession league where he can use his passing skills. The more space he gets the more you will see of his brilliance. I would also like to point out that we`re dealing with a player who easily settles in in new environments – meaning that he will adapt to his new team quicker that one might expect, both on and off the field. With a price tag in the region of € 1.000.000 it isn’t much of a gamble for clubs who needs to add some more quality in midfield. Ball possession clubs in leagues such as Netherland, or even Spain, is therefore advised not to hesitate to long. The interest in the Norwegian-Xavi is growing while I am writing this scouting report." Source: http://www.scan-scout.com FM 2012: Strengths: First Touch, Passing, Technique, Composure, Creativity, Decisions, Team Work, Intelligence Weaknesses: Marking Description: Tireless Midfielder Personality: Professional Suggested Roles: Center Mid (Advanced Playmaker; Deep Lying Playmaker - Support): PPM: Dictates Tempo; Curls ball. Profile: Start of a save. No doubt, best cheap Deep-Lying Playmaker!
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