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Short Reviews of some really expensive players
- Baby Pelé (bought 2,7 Mil, sold 3,5 Mil)
Amazing. As you would expect, he is insanely quick and agile and once he got in behind, noone is gonna catch up to him. His finishing with both feet was amazing. Due to his at least decent strength and great balance, defenders really had a hard time getting the ball off him even if I screwed up in offense. Second best player I tried so far.
- Mid Cruyff (bought: 3,1 Mil - sold: 4,2 Mil)
In previous Fifas I always went for Cruyff as soon as I managed to get the coins. He was just crazy good for me. This year I was quite disappointed. Didnt feel as agile and quick as Pelé and his finishing wasn't nearly as lethal. He felt like a player that sometimes bangs in a volley 40 yards away from the goal but doesn't manage to finish some easy chances. Still happy with the coins I made from getting him cheap and selling for a lot more.
- Neymar Jr. (bought: 1,18 Mil - sold: 1,22 Mil)
Pretty much what you expect when you get Neymar. He's as quick and agile as ever and still just seems to get more weird rebounds than any other player resulting in some crappy goals. His build up play and finishing were both really good. He obviously lacks strength.
- Kylian Mbappé (bought: 1,38 Mil - sold: 1,47 Mil)
I Played him as a striker next to Neymar in a 4-4-2 and he simply didn't feel as good as the Brazilian. I expected him to be more explosive and agile and additionally he wasn't as clinical in front of goal as I expected. As all the content creators are loving him right now, I think that me disliking him is just personal aversion.
- Baby Eusebio (bought: 5 Mil, still have him)
My favourite player so far. Insanely quick, insanely agile, can't remember him missing a single chance in about 20 games so far. His 5 star weak foot makes him unpredictable, if you combine it with his R1/RB Dribbling, it seems nearly impossible to stop him. While other players, even really expensive ones, miss a chance here and there, Eusebio just doesn't. If you get into a good position with him, press shoot and prepare to skip the goal celebration.
His only downside is his physical but that seems kinda obvious on such a small and agile player.
Please excuse any spelling mistakes I made. I'm not a native speaker.
Cheers guys and good luck for the upcoming Weekend League.
[OC] Swansea-Lona: A Look Back at the 2012-13 Swansea City side that qualified for Europe. Where are they now?
# Europa League Third Qualifying Round
- Manager: Michael Laudrup
- Most Appearances: Jonathan de Guzmán (45 appearances)
- Top Scorer: Michu (22 goals)
- Top Assister: Wayne Routledge/Pablo Hernández (10 assists)
- Most Clean Sheets: Michel Vorm (7 clean sheets)
- Swansea City 3-1 Barnsley
- Crawley Town 2-3 Swansea City
- Liverpool 1-3 Swansea City
- Swansea City 1-0 Middlesbrough
- Chelsea 0-2 Swansea City , Swansea City 0-0 Chelsea (2-0 on aggregate)
- Bradford City 0-5 Swansea City
GK: Michel Vorm (36)
- Bought for a measly £1.5 million from Utrecht, Vorm was a steady #1 for the Swans for several years. Racking up 28 clean sheets in the league in his 3 seasons at the club. In the summer of 2014, he earned himself a move to Spurs and has since been a backup keeper (until Gazzaniga came into the fray). Here are some his best saves in Swansea's first season up, complete with poor pixelated quality and questionable background music. Also has 15 caps for the Netherlands!
- Club fucking legend on and off pitch. Rangel was with the club for 11 seasons, ever since he was bought by the club for £20k when they were in League One in 2007. In his first season at the club he was in the PFA League One team of the season as it just got better for the Spaniard as he would go on to rack up more than 350 appearances for the Swans and make the EFL team of the decade. But it doesn't stop there, off the pitch, he's spent his free time doing things like distributing food to the Swansea homeless, and raising money for a hospice and cancer centres in the city through charity auctions
In 2018, he signed for QPR and is still kicking on at 36 years of age, even if he does have a shocking 49 pace in the current FIFA. He also scored a pretty solid 3 goals in the 2012-13 campaign!
- The man-bunned shithouse from Cádiz. Ah If only Chico had put in as much effort into his football as he did his twitter selfies he'd be world class. Just the past summer, Laudrup signed Chico for the bargain price of £2 million.
Over the years though, Chico become a bit of a controversial figure and caused rifts between the Spanish contingency (which included Canas, Michu, Pablo etc.) and the rest of the squad, including a certain memorable training ground incident involving a brick. Also I can't not talk about Chico and not include this brilliant moment between him and Big Sam. Sam even stated later "I hope he was gonna hit me and get sent off" When two shithouses collide gents, it's truly magisterial stuff
He is currently still pretty young all things considered and playing for Fuenlabrada in the Segunda Division after stints in Qatar and Russia, and nearly got a spot in the playoffs after only getting promoted in 18-19
Chico Flores, a.k.a "The Remorseless Tackling Machine"
- Another club legend. Williams, like Rangel was with the club since they were in League One. He was bought by the club for another cheap £400k from Stockport after his loan spell ended in their League One winning campaign. Williams would also make the EFL team of the decade
Williams has also been a stalwart in the Welsh National team, captaining the side to their outstanding EURO 2016 run to the semifinals, where he scored also against Belgium in their 3-1 win in the quarterfinals
319 caps, 14 goals, and 10 assists later, Williams would be sold to Everton in 2016 for £12 million where he just turned to shit as his legs were already leaving by that point. He now plays for Bristol City in the Championship and has played 28 matches this season. Oh also he now has dreads if you care
LB: Ben Davies (27)
- Davies came up through the ranks at Swansea after spending 8 years at the club's academy. Just that past summer, Davies signed his professional contract and due to a long term injury to Neil Taylor, would go on to be starter at left back for the rest of the season at only 19 years old, even notching himself 1 goal and 2 assists in the process.
Like Williams, Davies has also been a regular for the Welsh national team. He started next to the captain at centre half in a back three at EURO 2016 and under Giggs was moved to his "favoured" left back role in a back 4
In 2014, Davies joined Vorm at Spurs in a deal that included Gylfi Sigurdsson being sent to Swansea. He's been a solid player for Spurs and although he hasn't played much this season is still a good Premier League quality level player. Also a bit shocked to learn that he hasn't recorded an assist in the league since 2017/18.
- The Korean was bought by Swansea for £6 million from Celtic. Not a world-beating PL footballer by any stretch of the imagination, but during the season did was asked of him. A solid distributor at the base of midfield and recycled the ball fairly decently. At 6'1", he also had some size on him, but tbh he wasn't really that physical of a player. Basically a discount Xabi Alonso
In his 6 years at the club, constant manager turnover and change in club ideology halted Ki's career. He became clumsy off the ball, so he had trouble adapting to the constant relegation scraps and got injured more often. As soon as Swansea threw out their possession philosophy and focused on survival he turned into a moving lamp post that occasionally puts in a good pass. He really is the type of player that needs certain players around him to do well.
However, he has typically been one of South Korea's best players, even captaining them during the 2018 World Cup. Also completely mugged off James Rodriguez. He most recently played for Mallorca in La Liga following a 2 year stint up north for Newcastle. He'd only play one game for the Spanish island team before his contract expired and is currently a free agent
- You can't get more fucking Swansea than this little 5'4" bundle of football heaven of a man right here. Britton has played in all four divisons for Swansea, playing with them since 2003 (let's just cross of his one season tenure at Blades). Racking up a staggering 453 appearances for the club.
This man literally typified Swansea at their peak. Hard nosed, underdog attitude, and silky on the ball and dictating tempo from deep and the middle of the pitch. The English Xavi some would even call him
Britton played for them in four leagues, won a major and minor cup final, played in Europe with them, and even became caretaker manager in 2018
Here is Britton's Top 5 moments with Swansea
Britton was appointed football advisor to the board of directors at Swansea May 2019. He was then promoted to first Sporting Director on September 2019, but relinquished his duties just last month.
RW: Nathan Dyer (32)
- Another short king at 5'4", Dyer signed for Swansea from Southampton in a deal around £400k in 2009 after a successful loan spell the previous season. His speed, low centre of gravity, and dribbling has kept a spot in Swansea for 10+ years.
Dyer started in their EFL Cup final win against Bradford and scored a brace in the 5-0 thumping. Including the opening goal and the third one which includes a brilliant dummy from Michu
He got himself a PL winner's medal with Leicester in 2015-16 as a loanee. He's since been with Swansea and unfortunately some serious injuries (including a ruptured achilles) have derailed the later part of his Swansea tenure. In 2019-20, he's only played 10 matches for the Swans as a squad player.
- Known for his technique, vision, long range ability, and set piece specialities, de Guzmán was one of the key things in the Swansea attack. The previous summer he had agreed to go on loan to Swansea from Villarreal to reunite with former coach Michael Laudrup whom he spent time with at Mallorca.
In his career high 37 matches in the league, de Guzmán contributed with a solid 5 goals and 6 assists. His performances for Swansea were so good that they earned him a spot in the Holland side that finished 3rd in the 2014 World Cup. That earned him a move to Napoli in which he only played 23 matches due to injuries and subsequently being sent on loan twice.
Following his unsuccessful and frankly quite mad Napoli stint, not even gonna explaining here, just check this thread out, he moved to Eintracht Frankfurt and with a goal in 2018 against Hannover, meant that he has scored in La Liga, the Prem, Serie A, and the Bundesliga. pretty cool accomplishment imo.
Unfortunately he's only played about 10 games this season for Frankfurt. Also, Canadians may be familiar with older brother Julian, who is the all-time caps leader for the national team
- Hernández signed for the Welsh side in 2012 for a then club record £5.55 million from Valencia, replacing Scott Sinclair's spot on the wide left. Able to play all across the front line, Hernandez was a very valuable playmaker for the Swansea side and offered something different to the old fashioned sideline-hugging Dyer on the opposite wing
His Swansea tenure lasted only 2 seasons, and was sold to Al-Arabi in Qatar where he scored 6 goals in only 13 matches. Pablo returned to Spain for a one year loan at Rayo Vallecano and then moved back to England on loan to Leeds
Pablo has been a sort of magisterial hero for Leeds since they bought him after impressing in the loan spell in 2016. He now has 133 matches under his belt for Leeds, even at 35 years old Pablo is still turning up in the big moments and shows his quality, including of which a recent 87' winner against Swansea that brought them even closer to promotion.
ST: Michu (34)
- Miguel Pérez Cuesta, a.k.a Oviedo's finest, a.k.a one of the greater one season wonders in PL history, a.k.a. one of the best Premier League cult heroes. My goodness what a player he was this season. Bought for a ridiculous £2 million from Rayo Vallecano in Summer 2012 after scoring 15 goals the previous season, Michu was probably the most key signing from the past summer
Michu gave the Swans 22 goals and 5 assists in all competitions that season, and was a ridiculous finisher. Literally 18 of his 22 goals were with his first touch. Outside the box, inside, with the head, always finished. His lanky 6'1" frame also gave him an advantage in the air, always knocking in thumping headers from crosses and set pieces.
Here is a video of all 22 of Michu's goals for Swansea in 2012/13
Now the sad part: In 2014, Michu moved to Napoli on a loan with an option to buy. Unfortunately, that option wouldn't be picked up and was released the following season after only appearing in 6 matches due to injury (chronic knees mostly).
After signing for amateur side Langreo and banging in 10 goals in 13 matches, Michu returned to his boyhood club Real Oviedo on a one year deal, whom he spent 13 years at (including academy) and recorded 100 appearances with in the early to mid 00's. He played out the 2016-17 season for Oviedo and had 27 appearances in the Segunda where the club were only 2 points off the playoffs after only being promoted two seasons prior from the grueling Spanish regional league
Here is Michu's Real Oviedo story told by himself. Including when in 2012 he, Santi Cazorla, and Juan Mata bought shares in the club to raise €2 million to keep the club afloat in the Spanish third division.
In July 2017, Michu announced his retirement from his playing career at only 31 years old due to injuries. However two years later in the summer of 2019, Michu was appointed as the new technical secretary for Real Oviedo
- Tremmel had to play 12 matches in 2012/13 due a groin strain suffered by Vorm, where he conceded 13 goals and had 3 clean sheets. He's basically been a career backup at Swansea, and following his release from the club at the end of the 2016/17 season, immediately took up a scouting position for the club
CB: Garry Monk (41)
- Monk spent 10 years at the club as a player, signing on a free from Barnsley in 2004, meaning he's played for the club in League Two, League One, the Championship, and the Premier League.. On 4 February 2014, Monk was appointed by as interim player-manager following the sacking of Laudrup. In what seemed almost poetic, Monk's first match in charge was the South Wales derby against Cardiff, which the Swans won 3-0. Monk finished off Swansea's Europa League run as well as they lost 3-1 on aggregate to Napoli in the Round of 32. In his time as caretaker interim, Monk picked up 18 points in 14 matches and keep up Swansea with one match to go
Monk signed a deal to become the permanent manager in the summer of 2014. Things looked on the up after the first season as he guided them to their highest ever position in the league (8th). Though in the following season after a run of only 1 win in 11, Monk was sacked by the club
Here is the Reddit reaction after his sacking from Swansea
He's since been on a bit of a Championship manager merry go-round, going from Middlesbrough to Birmingham City, and currently Sheffield Wednesday
Winger: Wayne Routledge (35)
- Now we're at the bench, I'm gonna stop some of the waffling. Routledge played 36 matches for Swansea in 12/13, and contributed 5 goals. Routledge has stayed with the club since his 2011 move from Newcastle and in his time had 241 appearances for the club. Even at 35, he's still getting a goal every once in a while! Here's his 89' winner from the start of the season against Leeds!