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These three will be lighting up the world for years to come and should probably win Argentina the WC for the second time in a row, after 2002.

RIQUELME-These two will both be competing for AMC spot and AIMAR- will be better than veron, easily
SAVIOLA-Think owen but he actually has skill, not just pace



If you want to know the real stars of the future buy Championship manager. I and millions of people who have done so have known about these guys for about three years now.
 

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Dazed'nconfused said:
These three will be lighting up the world for years to come and should probably win Argentina the WC for the second time in a row, after 2002.

RIQUELME-These two will both be competing for AMC spot and AIMAR- will be better than veron, easily
SAVIOLA-Think owen but he actually has skill, not just pace



If you want to know the real stars of the future buy Championship manager. I and millions of people who have done so have known about these guys for about three years now.

definately agree, i remember on cm3 saviola was only 16 and amazing.


i cant wait till to madieira takes the world by storm and brakes into the portugal team.



lol just kidding
 

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Remember that CM is often wrong. Look at Sigurdsson, or Bakayoko. Championship Manager made lots of people go into pubs and say, "That Ibrahim Bakayoko, of Everton, he's going to be a super-star!" Kinda leaves them with egg on their faces afterwards.

Sure, it's nice for myself and many others, to be able to boast that we knew that Saviola, Aghahowa, Riquelme, Henry and Aimar were going to be sensational players, but no football manager is able to ask his board for £10m to buy a player that he rates highly purely because of CM.
 

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I wonder if pro scouts use CM as an indicator for talent and future abiltity at all:D

I bet there is some accuaracy for the formulas used to rate players in the game, but it is obviously not foolproof.
 
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Being an Argentinian soccer fan,i would like to recommend these players to you guys:
1)Andrés D'aléssandro
2)Dario Husaín
3)Bernado Romeo
These are three players whichn i think should have been in the world cup.
 

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I think that Andres D'Allesandro stood a small chance of going to the World Cup, but, considering that Saviola didn't even make it, there would have been no chance for Dario Husain.
 

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i also believe that some others like saviola and riquelme shoud have been in the Argentina squad.

Just think tho' about who was there...35 year old Claudio caniggia(like a pornstar), plaed no football and got sent off the bench by the ref in one of their matches.
 

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There is alot of Argentinians youth players who is expected to dominate the world of football for ages to come.

Romi, Aimar, Saviola, Cambiasso, Coloccini, Arca and all of the ones who play in Europe or play in Argentina and people in Europe already heard of them are no longer a prospectus although the future ahead of them.

Whom I consider as a future stars:

1- Andreas D'Allesandro.
2- Fernando Cavenaghi.
3- Maxi Rodriquez.
4- Maxi Lopez.
5- Nicolás Andrés Burdisso.
6- Joel Enrique Barbosa.
7- Fabbro Jonathan.
8- Carlos Alberto Tevez.
9- Christian Morale.
10- Gaston Machine.
11- Hugo Roberto Colace.
12- Leonardo Nicolás Pisculichi.
13- Walter Montillo.
14- Roberto Oscar Cornejo.
15- Marioa Santana.
16- Alejandro Damián Domínguez.
17- Adrian Romero.
18- Iván Borghello.
19- Saja.
20- Patricio Perez. ( This one is amazing player ).
21- Alejandro Marcelo Iglesias.
22- Fernando Leonel Alvares. ( Another Amazing player ).
23- Horacio Javier Pinola.
24- Sebastián Alejandro Mongioi.
25- Jorge Arnaldo Torales.
26- Nicolás Ayr.
27- Eloy Colombano.
28- Lucas Mauricio Bustos.
29- Diego Herner.
30- Cristian Pereyra.
31- Pablo Martín Monsalvo.
32- Claudio Rubén Guerra.
33- Emanuel Benito Rivas.
34- Maximiliano Ayala.
35- Jeremías Caggiano.
36- Mauricio Romero.
37- Cristian Fabbiani.
38- Lucas Alberto Correa.
39- Pablo Andrés Ferrari.
40- Pablo Ledesma.
41- Damián Álvarez.
42- Deigo Manso. ( IMHO he is the greatest among them)

That is why Argentines are not really worry about the present squade that lost the World Cup in its early stages.
 

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How come knowone has meanchened Romanoghli yet (sorry for the spelling, he played at San Lorenzo before)? He was a grea talent, better than Romeo IMO, but I agree with assasin, Manso is just awesome, for a little guy he has more heart than a lion, he should be in Italy/Spain instead of France.

I think D'Alessandro is a great player to, but he isn't exactly a phenomenon IMO, but he will become as good as Saviola/Aimar one day, as well as Cambiasso. I'm glad someone also noticed Pereyra, this guy is extremely consistent and underated, the new Almeyda IMO.
 

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Is costanzo and marchant good?

coz they are on champ manager
 

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Romangoli is going to be pretty good, but not the same quality as Saviola, D'Alessandro, Ledesma, Pereyra, and Maxi Lopez. Start to ridicule me on my knowledge of Argentinian football any time now. I've seen Argentinian football only a handful of times on TV (Channel 5).
 

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Well, All of the players I have mentioned over there are U-18 years, except three or four players, actually Patricio Perez is a 15 years player who has showen a great talent.

D,Allessandro is better than Aimar and Saviola if you want my humble opinion, I have watched him several times, and he has it all to become a legend.

We will see Maxi Rodriguez with Espanyol next season, but he is 21 years, so you can drop him from the list above, as well as Burdisso and Carlos Tevez.

Marchant and Costanzo are a great talents but maybe not taking the same fame as Riquelme is putting everybody in Argentinas local championship under his belt.


Bastin, where I can watch football in England?

Is there any channels that broadcast any south american championships?

Or let me put it this way, Am I ganna be able to follow the Argentinian league ?

Well, Caples , Or scrambled channels are okay to me too, I will pay for them.
 

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It was on really early morning last season, on Channel 5. I don't know what will happen next year, but eventually, it will move onto Sky - everything does. Of course, it will take some time before it moves onto a half-decent broadcaster. Season after next, maybe?
 

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So next season its on Sky channel?

Well, I do not expect to watch the Argentine leaue in England, but at least if there is a chance to watch Copa America?
 

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It won't be on Sky. Probably still Channel 5.
 

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Bastin said:
It won't be on Sky. Probably still Channel 5.
Well, that is good.

The only thing I hope there is that to watch football as much as I can. ;)
 

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Andrés D'aléssandro


Better than Saviola and Pablo Aimar. He may be the next Maradona. Very gifted and young, I just hope that when he signs with an European team it he goes to Italy or Spain. The Premiership is too overated
 

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Fernando Andres said:
The Premiership is too overated
Strange, therefore, that it's consistently named the best league in the world.
 

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check these names out....

They gannabring the fifth youth title next year in UAE:
Lucas Molina (Independiente)
Emmanuel Rivas (Independiente)
Walter García (Argentinos Juniors)
Hugo Colace (Argentinos Juniors)
Gabriel Marra (Argentinos Juniors)
Jorge González (Newell´s Old Boys)
Iván Borghello (Newell´s Old Boys)
Fernando Belluschi (Newell´s Old Boys)
Javier Pinola (Chacarita)
Andrés Díaz (Rosario Central)
Ezequiel Lázaro (Talleres de Córdoba)
Carlos Tévez (Boca)
Gustavo Eberto (Boca)
Joel Barbosa (Boca)
Marcelo Carrusca (Estudiantes de La Plata)
Agustín González Tapia (Estudiantes de La Plata)
Maximiliano López (River)
Fernando Cavenaghi (River)
Ariel Broggi (Vélez Sarsfield)
Federico Turienzo (Gimnasia y Esgrima La Plata)
 
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