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Huge List of Football Manager 2011 Wonderkids and Great Youngsters



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One of the things I like to do the most when a Football Manager game is launched – in this case, Football Manager 2011 – is to start scouting the world, searching for wonderkids and great youngsters to help me and the club go forward. It’s never easy to spot the talents and truly promising players, but I did my best and I believe that I’ve created a complete list of Football Manager 2011 Wonderkids and Great Youngsters.

It took me nearly 8 hours to search for the players and 1 1/2 hours to actually sort the list and write this article, so comments are more than welcomed, while stealing the list (without linking to the source) is highly prohibited :) Now enjoy the complete list of FM 2011 wonderkinds and promising youngsters.

Best Football Manager 2011 Young Goalkeepers

David Ospina (21 years old). Value: 3.1 Million Euros. Club: OGC Nice
Matej Delac (17 years old). Value: 3.5 Million Euros. Club: Chelsea
Silviu Lung Jr (21 years old). Value: Cheap. Club: U Craiova

Best Football Manager 2011 Young Central Defenders

Toby Alderweireld (21 years old). Value: €3.4 Million. Club: Ajax
Mikel San Jose (21 years old). Value: €3.9 Million. Club: Athletic
Stefan Reinartz (21 years old). Value: €3,6 Million. Club: Leverkusen
Neven Subotic (21 years old). Value €4,9 Million. Club: Dortmund
Guillermo Burdisso (21 years old). Value: €2,7 Million. Club: Roma
Jorge Pulido (19 years old). Value: €600,000. Club: Athletico
Simon Kjaer (21 years old), Value: €5,75 Million. Club: Wolfsburg
Mats Hummels (21 years old). Value: €4,7 Million. Club: Dortmund
Mateo Mussacchio (19 years old). Value: €4.8 Million. Club: Villareal
Ezequiek Munoz (19 years old). Value: 3.5 Million. Club: Palermo
Ryan Bennet (20 years old). Value: €570,000. Club: Peterborough
Cedric Mongongu (21 years old). Value: €3.4 Million. Club: AS Monaco
Mario Fernandez (19 year old). Value: €4.3 Million. Club: Gremio
Phil Jones (18 years old). Value €4.5 Million. Club: Blackburn
Holger Badstuber (21 years old). Value: €4.5 Million. Club: FC Bayern
Leonel Galeano (18 years old). Value: €1.7 Million. Club: Independiente
Danny Wilson (18 years old). Value: €2.5 Million. Club: Liverpool

Best Football Manager 2011 Young Fullbacks

Cesar Azpilicueta (20 years old). Value: €5.5 Million. Club: OM
Jerome Boateng (21 years old). Value: 12.5 Million. Club: Manchester City
Romario (16 years old). Value: €425,000. Club: Vitoria
Atila Turan (18 years old). Value: €1,2 Million. Club: GF 38

Best Football Manager 2011 Young Central Midfielders (and DMC)

Aaron Ramsey (19 years old). Value: €6 Million. Club: Arsenal
Steven N’Zonzi (21 years old). Value: €500,000. Club: Blackburn
J Rodwell (19 years old). Value: €5,75 Million. Club: Everton
Leroy Fer (20 years old). Value: €3.6 Million. Club: Fiorentina
Milan Badelj (21 yers old). Value: €1.4 Million. Club: Dinamo
Necip Uysal (19 years old). Value: 2.8 Million. Club: Besiktas
Moussa Sissoko (20 years old). Value: €6,25 Million. Club: Toulouse
Yann M’Villa (20 years old). Value: €5 Million. Club: Stade Rennais
Nicolas Nkoulou (20 years old). Value: €4.8 Million. Club: AS Monaco
Josh McEachram (17 years old). Value: €1.8 Million. Club: Chelsea
Ruben Yttergard Jenssen (21 years old). Value: €1.1 Million. Club: Tromso
Samba Sow (21 years old). Value: €3.3 Million. Club: RC Lens
Fabian Delph (20 years old). Value: €5.25 Million. Club: Aston Villa
Sergio Oliveira (18 years old). Value: €800,000. Club: Porto
David Alaba (18 years old). Value: €4.1 Million. Club: FC Bayern
Zakaria Labyad (17 years old). Value: €1.3 Million Club: PSV

Best Football Manager 2011 Young Attacking Midfielders (Centre)

Daniel Parejo (21 years old). Value: €4.4 Million. Club: Getafe
Christian Eriksen (18 years old). Value: €3.3 Million. Club: Ajax
Paulo Henrique (20 years old). Value: €4.3 Million. Club: Santos
Mirdem Pjanic (20 years old). Value: €6 Million. Club: Unigamesity
Javier Pastore (21 years old). Value: €9.5 Million. Club: Palermo
Eden Hazard (19 years old). Value: €6.5 Million. Club: LOSC Lille
Stevan Jovetic (20 years old). Value: €9,25 Million. Club: Fiorentina
Mesut Ozil (21 years old). Value: €10.75 Million. Club: Real Madrid
Thomas Muller (20 years old). Value: €7,5 Million. Club: FC Bayern
Toni Kroos (20 years old). Value: €6,25 Million. Club: FC Bayern
Willian (21 years old). Value: €4.4 Million. Club: Shakthar
Douglas Costa (19 years old). Value: €4.3 Million. Club: Shakthar
Edgar Ivan Pacheco (20 years old). Value: €1 Million. Club: Atals
Martin Galvan (17 years old). Value: €1.1 Million. Club: Cruz Azul
Bryan Rabello (16 years old). Value: €550,000. Club: Colo Colo
Alan Dzagoev (20 years old). Value: €6.75 Million. Club: CSKA Moscow
Camacho (20 years old). Value: €1,5 Million. Club: Flamengo
Georginio Wijnaldum (19 years old). Value: €3.3 Million. Club: Feyenoord
Davide Petrucci (18 years old). Value: €525,000. Club: Manchester UTD
Mateo Kovacic (16 years old). Value: €575,000. Club: Dinamo
Jano (17 years old). Value: €3.3 Million. Club: Spartak Moscow

Best Football Manager 2011 Young Wingers

Andre Schurrle (19 years old) Value: €3.3 Million
Adam Hlousek (21 years old). Value: €1 Million. Club: Slavia Prague
Alexis Sanchez (21 years old). Value: €8 Million. Club: Udinese
Gareth Bale (20 years old). Value: €6,75 Million. Club: Tottenham
Marko Marin (21 years old). Value: €5 Million. Club: Werder Bremen
Xherda Shaqiri (18 years old). Value: €2.7 Million. Club: Basel
Lewis Holtby (19 years old). Value: €4.7 Million Club: Schalke

Best Football Manager 2011 Young Strikers

Sercan Yildirim (20 years old). Value: €4.4 Million. Club: Bursaspor
Marko Livaja (16 years old). FREE
Ahmed Khalil (19 years old), Value: €900,000 Al Ahli
Borja Baston (17 years old). Value: €1.7 Million. Club: At. Madrid
Iker Munian (17 years old). Value: €4.3 Million. Club: Athletic
Khouma Babacar (17 years old). Value: €4.4 Million. Club: Fiorentina
Yaya Sanogo (17 years old). Value: €2.1 Million Club: AJ Auxerre
Neymar (18 years old). Value: €6.25 Million. Club: Santos
Marko Arnautovic (21 years old). Value: €5,25 Million. Club: Werder Bremen
Mario Ballotelli (19 years old). Value: €28 Million. Club: Manchester City
Pato (20 years old). Value: €18 Million Club: AC Milan
Abel Hernandez (19 years old). Value: €10,75 Million. Club: Palermo
Taufic Guarch (18 years old). Value: €925,000. Club: Estudiantes
Piotr Parzyszek (16 years old). Value: €800,000. Club: De Graafschap
Lacina Traore (19 years old). Value: €1,7 Million. Club: CFR Cluj
Cedric Bakambu (19 years old). Value: €900,000. Club: FC Sochaux
Marko Maletic (16 years old). Value: €250,000. Club: FC Utrecht
Connor Wickham (17 years old). Value: €1,9 Million. Club: Ipswich
Sani Emmanuel (17 years old). Value: FREE (you’ll have to pay €20,000 compensation)
Romelu Lukaku (17 years old). Value: €1.4 Million. Club: Anderlecht
Vaclav Kadlec (18 years old). Value: 1.2 Million. Club: Sparta Prague

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  1. Thomasson

    November 5, 2010 at 5:32 pm

    Best young goalkeeper in FM2011: David De Gea from Atletico de Madrid. He is the best by far…

  2. Mike

    November 5, 2010 at 7:20 pm

    Leroy Fer from Fiorentina?? You mean Feyenoord!

  3. filip

    November 6, 2010 at 5:08 pm

    Can you look this players:
    Jordi Amat (18) Central Defender (Espanyol)
    Alvaro Vazquez (19) striker (Espanyol)
    Juanmi (17) Striker (Malaga)
    Herrera (21) Midfielder (Zaragoza)
    Pablo Sarabia (17) Winger (Real Madrid)
    Gerard Deulofeu (17) Winger (FC Barcelona)
    Thiago Alcantara (19) Midfielder (FC Barcelona)

    Probably Spain has the league with more Young Talents

  4. Anthony

    November 7, 2010 at 1:29 pm

    So, who are the players that have been given ‘-10’ for potential ability?

    And what are the potential abilities for the wonderkids listed above?

  5. Kez

    November 7, 2010 at 8:57 pm

    Ive signed a few good players with Man Utd.

    Eliaquim Mangala from Standard
    Levan Kenia from Schalke
    Onur Kivrak from Trabzonspor
    Michal Svec from SC Heerenveen

    Dieguinho from Fluminense is alo good

  6. sideslide10

    November 9, 2010 at 1:16 pm

    where is Sergio Canales?????

  7. Bøllemis

    November 10, 2010 at 12:06 pm

    Try Kenneth Zohore from FC København. He’s only 16 years old and he’s very cheap i bought him for under 1 million £.

  8. Bøllemis

    November 10, 2010 at 12:15 pm

    Kevin from Zaragoza. He’s labelled the next Xavi. I bought him in FM10 and he became a regular on the spanish national team after about 5 seasons for my FC Lorient team.

  9. Niang

    November 11, 2010 at 12:59 am

    Issiar Dia Fenerbahce
    Miroslav Stoch Fenerbahce

  10. jedi

    November 14, 2010 at 9:09 pm

    Korey Smith is very good from norwich.

  11. Anthony

    November 18, 2010 at 8:31 am

    I bought the game and I was hugely disappointed with the number of young players being assigned -10 for ‘potential ability’………only 2!!

    The likes of Thomas Mueller, Anders Linegaard and Jordan Henderson, just to name a few, are very much underrated!

    I think one of the main reasons is that the scouts working for SEGA and this FM series are either very LAZY or their scouting abilities have dropped.

    I didn’t regret buying the game but I am open about selling it now at cut price!

  12. Neil

    November 20, 2010 at 2:30 pm

    He is at Real Madrid

  13. CsAtlantis

    November 26, 2010 at 4:09 am

    Tamas Kadar, Haris Vuckic and Nile Ranger at Newcastle are pretty good imho

  14. John Stevens

    December 1, 2010 at 5:20 pm


  15. James

    December 15, 2010 at 8:10 pm


  16. GodSlayer

    December 27, 2010 at 1:25 am

    Try Mathieu Deschamp..he’s a good striker just like Khouma Babacar..for DC try Ezequel Munoz..for RB try Cesar Jaume..DL try Dodo..GK i used Joe Hart n he’s not dissapointed me :) AMR i used Theo Walcott (he’s stat is not good,but he’s played really well)


  17. Johnny73

    January 3, 2011 at 9:53 pm

    Kyriakos Papadopoulos DC
    Sime Vrsaljko D/W/MR
    Sotiris Ninis M/AMCR
    Dean Bouzanis GK
    Sunny DM
    Boakye ST
    Matias Defederico ST
    Marco Verratti M/AMC

  18. wakie_lfc

    January 23, 2011 at 10:32 pm

    just a few i bought in my 1st season playing as liverpool ill try not to note any already said.

    gk – alex smithies – 20y/o – huddersfield (a must in any team)

    lb – dodo – 18y/o – corinthians (very good and cheap)
    cb/rb – jordan spence – 20y/o – west ham (great stats and gets better quickly)
    rb – serge aurier – 17y/o – rc lens (young international and great prospect)

    am – alex teixeira – 20y/o – shakhtar (plays pretty much any possition)
    cm – eyal golasa – 18y/o – maccabi haifa (decent stats and plays almost anywhere in midfield)
    dm – grzegorz krychowiak – 20y/o – *on loan*stade de reims (great prospect)
    lm – xherdan shaqiri – 18y/o – basel (plays either side of midfield very well)

    sc – nassim ben khalifa – 18y/o – wolfsburg (fantastic stats and gets better fast)
    sc – lacina traore – 19y/o – cfr cluj (can also play at am)
    sc – leigh griffiths – 19y/o – birmingham (slow starter but does get better of time)

    there are plenty more good young players but these are cheap and in my opinion good enough for 1st team action from the get-go

    hit me back with your thoughts and opinions

  19. jamie-sweeney

    January 30, 2011 at 11:46 am

    Marek Hamsik CAM Napoli
    Jao Moutinho CM Sporting
    Sergio Asenjo GK athletico madrid

  20. BillysK

    February 4, 2011 at 8:23 pm

    Oh yes m8 i now have Kevin fist team midfielder in man utd i am in 2014..Great player with great shots!

  21. Albert O'McBobson

    February 22, 2011 at 7:17 pm

    Nathan Eccleston (AM, ST, 18) and Jack Robinson (DR, 16) of Liverpool seem to have pretty good potential, Eccleston scores goals fairly regularly for me.

  22. Ash

    March 11, 2011 at 1:45 pm

    Add in Rafael (Man Utd) as full-back. You can loan him with an option to buy at the start of the game.

  23. Vitaliy

    April 4, 2011 at 8:58 pm

  24. Moshe Kai Cavalin

    May 12, 2011 at 4:27 am

    I think Jack Robinson plays as a left-back, not a right-back. What do you think about Flanagan? Bought him for Manchester City and developed a lot. He became my main right-back about five to six seasons later.

  25. The third star

    May 25, 2011 at 11:41 am

    Where’s Marco Verratti (17), Lucas (Sao Paulo, 18)???

  26. kakaArgentina

    May 27, 2011 at 10:01 am

    Guarch from Mexico Under20s plays amazingly 14 goals in 18 games he reminds me of Chicharito

  27. Luke Arthur

    May 28, 2011 at 1:21 am

    The only youngster in the entire game with a -10 potential is Aaron Ramsey from Arsenal, I’m pretty sure.

  28. Martin Simonsen

    June 9, 2011 at 11:10 am

    Try Ton Schaken, he is a really dynamite on the midfield, and javier hernandez, from barcelona.
    Angel is a very decent striker, he made 37 goal in one season for my FC Copenhagen team in the season 2024/2025.
    Ousman Mane is a very good goalkeeper.
    Why have no one seen Simon Mogotsi, he is truly wonderfull, as a Left midfielder.

  29. Newcastle

    June 12, 2011 at 2:42 pm

    I recommend these youngsters.

    Striker, Attacking Midfielder: Erick Torres 17 years old. Club Chivas (Mexico) €1M

    Erick Torres becomes one of the greatest attackers i’ve ever seen on FM.

    Central Defender: Raphael Varane,17 years old. great youngster who puts in a great performance already in the first season.

    I also have to mention that Eden Hazard is the best youngster ever. I have bought him in all my saves and he always perform.

  30. az

    June 20, 2011 at 6:41 pm

    zeli iamail is good from wolves also lucas from sao paulo is brilliant attacking midfielder also christian zapata is one of bst defenders butis 24 yo but very good best ever buy for me

  31. lm

    July 9, 2011 at 2:26 am

    if you need someone to get you goal nolan roux is the player to get i bought him when i was with everton he scored 30 goal in his first season and in his second he scored 36.he only cost £3.2m and Barcelona were looking for him they were giving me 13m for him.

  32. jacpott96

    July 21, 2011 at 10:29 am

    hey guys i’m italian and obviously played most of my games in italy. well here’s a short list of italian wonderkids you can have for a chip price:

    -Luigi Sepe: Napoli/1991
    -Vincenzo Fiorillo: Sampdoria/1990
    -Andrea Seculin: Fiorentina/1990
    -Mattia Perin: Genoa/1991

    -Luca Caldirola: Inter/ D(C/L)/ 1989
    -Lorenzo De Silvestri: Fiorentina/ RB/RWB/ 1988
    -Lorenzo Ariaudo: Juventus/ D(C/L)/ 1989
    -Giuseppe Bellusci: Catania/ D(C/R)/ 1989
    -Davide Santon: Inter/ D(R/L)/ 1991
    -Angelo Obinze Ogbonna: Torino/ D(C/L)/ 1989

    -Federico Casarini: Bologna/ M(C)/ 1989
    -Marco Ezio Fossati: Milan/ M(C/D)/ 1992
    -Lorenzo Crisetig: Inter/ DM/ 1993
    -Marco Verratti: Pescara/ AM(C)/M(C)/ 1992
    -Antonino Barilla: Reggina/ M/AM(L)/ 1988
    -Nicolas Viola: Reggina/ AM(C)/ 1989
    -Andrea Bertolacci: Roma/ M(C/D)/ 1991
    -Andrea Poli: Sampdoria/ M(C/D)/ 1989
    -Giovanni Cristofari: Palermo/ M(C)/ 1993
    -Stephan El Shaarawy: Genoa/ AM(R/L)/ 1992
    -Federico Carraro: Fiorentina/ AM(L/C)/ 1992
    -Fabio Sciacca: Catania/ M(C/D)/ 1989
    -Marco D’Alessandro: Roma/ AM (L/R)/ 1991

    -Luca Tremolada: Inter/ ST/AM(C)/ 1991
    -Alberto Paloschi: Milan/ ST / 1990
    -Diego Fabbrini: Empoli/ AM/ST/ 1990
    -Guido Marilungo: Sampdoria/ ST/AM(L)/ 1989
    -Mattia Gallon: Cagliari/ ST / 1992
    -Gianmarco Zigoni: Milan/ ST/ 1991
    -Cristian Pasquato: Juventus/ ST / 1989
    -Stefano Okaka: Roma/ ST / 1989
    -Mattia Destro: Inter/ ST / 1991

  33. tee man u fan

    August 12, 2011 at 3:50 pm

    the champs (man u) should consider getting marko marin from weder bremen. hes an attacking mid or can play as a winger.

    $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ manchester untied

    marko marin has just been signed by manchester untied.

    for 30mil.

    here is a list for glory signings……….

    luka modric 25 mil,mikel arteta 22.5 mil,jack rodwell 25 mil =72.5 mil + a strong midfield.

  34. yowyow

    August 13, 2011 at 7:06 pm

    Vergouwen from holland the young striker golden boots.

  35. Grimmers

    September 6, 2011 at 1:34 pm

    Sergio Asenjo Is That Good On Mine Hes Pushed Casillas Off The Span No 1

  36. Grimmers

    September 6, 2011 at 1:38 pm

    This Team Is My Arsenal Team That Won 5 Trophies Last Year

    Sagna David Luiz Sakho Gibbs

    Sanchex Xabi Alonso Fabregas Neymar

    Ballotelli Van Persie

    Thiago Heleno

  37. BasseJarrov

    September 14, 2011 at 10:15 pm

    Hey everybody!!

    try the danish talent “Bashkim Kadrii” from OB

    Jens Styger Larsen from Brøndby IF

  38. West Ham Utd Fan

    September 26, 2011 at 5:06 pm

    yous are all talking about middle of European players but look at scotland
    Greeg whylde Rangers
    Greig Spence Celtic under 19s
    James dayton kilmarnock
    nigel hasselbanik st mirren
    paul McGowan st mirren
    Frazer Fyvie aberdeen
    jamie ness rangers
    mohamed bangura celtic
    adam mathews celtic
    scott allan Dundee utd

  39. YNWA

    September 28, 2011 at 3:32 pm

    This is my Aston Villa squad in 3d season: GK: Smithies (from Huddersfield) DC: Phil Jones (from Blackburn) DC: R.Dunne (already at Aston Villa) DR: V.Corluka (from Tottenham) DL: Baines (from Everton) DM: M’Villa (from Stade Rennais) AM/R: A.Young (already at Aston VIlla) AM/L: Bale (from Tottenahm) AM/C: A.Sanchez (from Udinese) ST: Neymar (from Shakhtar) ST: Lukaku (from Anderlecht) Subs(first 7): Friedel,C.Davies,Vegar Edden Hedenstad(From Stabaek),Reo-Coker,Downing,Ireland,Delphouneso Young-talented players:Kovacic(from Dinamo),Feftatzidis(from Olympiakos),Marco Verratti(from Pescara),Jack Robinson(from Liverpool),Rodney Sneijder(from Ajax),Zeman(from Sparta Prague),Ji Dong WO(Free Transfer) And finally wonderkids who were already in Aston Villa squad: Marc Albringhton,Fabian Delph and Delphouneso

  40. celtic all the way

    September 28, 2011 at 6:32 pm

    my team is celtic and i have gk fraser foster rb adam mathews lb kieran gibbs
    cb chris smalling cb jordan mcmillian lm greeg whylde rm james forrest cm ki sung yeung cm jamie ness st gary hooper st anthonay stokes

  41. Christian

    November 3, 2011 at 8:45 pm

    Hi! Try these young players:

    GK: Alex Smithies, Huddersfield, England

    DEF: Tamas Kadar, Newcastle, England
    Simen Wangberg, Rosenborg, Norway
    Joakim Våge Nilsen, Haugesund, Norway

    MID: Denis Abdulahi, Orebro, Sweden
    Markus Henriksen, Rosenborg, Norway
    Mohamed Bangura (also an attacker), AIK, Sweden
    Josmar Zambrano, Tenerife, Spain
    Christian Eriksen, Ajax, Holland

    ATT: Mushaga Bakenga, Rosenborg, Norway
    Joshua King, Manchester United, England

  42. Voice of The Voiceless

    November 22, 2011 at 1:31 am

    Nélson Oliveira – Benfica
    João Pereira – Sporting
    Baba – Maritimo
    Capel – Sevilla
    Neymar – Santos
    Paulo Henrique – Santos
    Hulk – Porto
    Pastore – Palermo
    Baxter – Everton

  43. Marius

    December 23, 2011 at 1:17 pm

    I used ManCity fpr the first 4 seasons. I don’t think I need to mention anyone since money is aplenty. But special mention must go to Javier Pastore (36 million pound) from Palermo. Big clubs must purchase him. A great playmaker and scorer. At 22, he’s a good long term key player. Also Boyata will turn out to be a world class CB.

    After winning the league, I quit and I signed for Juventus which were 10th in January when I took over. I signed Jese for free (wonderkid from Real Madrid). Play him as Advanced Forward and he does wonder – scoring and assists. Vaclac Kadlec is famous, but useful to Juventus. Seydou Doumbia is decent on first season, signing him for 7.5 million pound from CSKA Moscow, but comes good on 2nd and 3rd season scoring around 15-25 goals per season.

    Existing players in Juventus which has average stats but comes really good is Milos Krasic (M/AM R), Sebastian Giovinco (M/AM C/L) and Caludio Marchisio (DM/M C). I already have Moussa Sissoko (DM /M C) in the team which is a phenomenal player, but doesn’t suit my team and sold him off to ManCity for 30.5 million pound.

    I found Gylfi Sigurosson (AMC) from Zenit which is as good as Pastore and signed him for 20 million pound. Already a key player. Alberto Botia (DC) – 7 million pound, Hector Rodas (DC) – 4.5 million pound and Massimo Volta (DC) – 4 million pound are decent CBs.

    GK – Viviano, Muller

    DL – Renzetti / Siano, DC – Botia / Volta, DC- Hector Rodas / Albiol, DR – Rafinha / Gaston Diaz

    ML – Holtby, Giovinco, MC – de Jong, Mohamed Sissoko, MC – Gylfi Sigurosson / Marchisio, MR – Krasic, Vladimir Weiss

    ST – Jese / Kadlec, ST – Doumbia

    On my way to winning my first Serie A. Now 1st in January 2017.

  44. Marius

    December 23, 2011 at 1:27 pm

    Best players I’ve signed:

    1. Javier Pastore (AM C) from Palermo
    2. Karim Benzema (ST) from Real Madrid
    3. Hulk (ST) from Porto

    Best low / free transfer:

    1. Jese
    2. Srna
    3. Vaclac Kadlec

    Bad players:

    1. Rossi
    2. Sneijder
    3. Adler

  45. BOND

    February 14, 2012 at 3:13 pm

    I manage Chelsea and i have cleared the decks and this is my new team:
    Its really young and am on the 3 year have won evrything the League, UCL
    the club world cup.

    nORMALLY I play 4- 2-3-1 or 4-3-1-2

    matej delac,turnbull,areola

    papadopoulos, munoz. david luiz, betrand, digne,danilo,denis appiah
    are my make up of the bak line


    sHAQIRI,lUCAS,Dentinho, spas delev,douglas costa,

    hazard, moura lucas, coutinho, guidetti

    lukaku,dedyoke,sanogo on loan,got coutinho on loan from inter. I have spent 208 million usd to build this team and got good deals in selling of previous chelsea greats.which ammsed a total 100 million usd.


    January 15, 2013 at 10:36 am

    any team need a backup striker can sign C.BENITEZ from mexican club Santos laguna for 3-4mil euro

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4 Popular Myths To Avoid While Entering Rabona




4 Popular Myths To Avoid While Entering Rabona

Some players have a firm belief that online casino software is set up against them. Sometimes such players can be convincing and make beginners to believe in the myth that it’s possible to reset the program and start winning against the operator’s wishes. But it has been proven hundreds of times that all winnings at Rabona are controlled by a random number generator, and no strategy can influence it. But these “winning tips,” strangely enough, continue to captivate players. Let’s look at the 4 myths about how, in the opinion of players, you can “restart the software” in the casino.

Resetting The System

Perhaps one of the most popular myths is the software reset. At a certain moment, which most often occurs when losing, players reload the system to break the streak of unsuccessful spins.

This logic is based on the misconception that casino software takes previous rounds into account and if the game has “given” everything and started to “take,” then it’s worth reloading it to reset the program and again enter the winning phase. This can go so far that the user reloads the client after a few empty spins.

The result of the game is saved in history; this is a fact. But it’s needed for completely different purposes, like checking for a fairly completed bonus. But the RNG at Rabona doesn’t care how often the client is reloaded. It generates a result based on complete randomness, and these results don’t depend on each other.

Alternating Games In The Casino

Another popular and extremely wrong statement is that you need to change slots during a session. Allegedly, casino software recognizes the tactics you are playing according to and starts fighting them so that the player loses.

What conclusion follows from this? You need to change games more frequently because the system cannot know which slot the player will choose next, which means there is a chance to spin another hundred spins on another game until the system finds it again.

If this were true, then any player would have enough for a few hours to go to the salon for a new car. After all, the Rabona lobby has over 1,000 games, and if each one “gives” wins at least the first five minutes, the online casino would have long ceased to exist.

Believing In The “Newbie” Phenomenon

Regular players are used to losing; they perfectly understand what variance is and that, in the long run, the casino will still end up winning. The “newbie” phenomenon is that the software is supposedly set up in such a way that it recognizes a new player, gives him an excellent winning streak, drawing him into the gameplay, and throws him into a tough downswing.

If this myth were true, then it could be easily abused. Why not play only at the moment of “luring,” and when the losing spins start, stop and withdraw the winnings? And then you should just go to another casino.

The RNG doesn’t care who you are: a beginner or a professional player who has been betting at Rabona for a while. It forms a random win for everyone, clearly not paying attention to the date of user registration.

Winning Only On Demos

Sometimes you can find such player reviews: “When I was playing on demos, I was winning. But when I started playing for money, I lost everything. The casino is cheating!”. This myth claims that the casino allows gamblers to win on virtual chips to attract them, and when they make a deposit, the program changes and it’s no longer possible to win anything.

It’s worth looking a little deeper. When a player launches a slot in demo mode, he doesn’t count his chips; he just spins the reels without even paying attention to empty spins. He waits and notices only the win. And who will be interested in spinning slots for $0.10 chips? It’s more interesting to bet $100 on a spin! And the higher the bet, the correspondingly higher the multiplier and the larger the win. When the player plays for real money, his style changes. He will no longer litter with such ill-considered bets. Training games and playing for money differ only in the player’s perception. As for the technical part, there can be no difference between the modes in honest and licensed online casinos.

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Betting Made Easy: Why 1Win App is a Game-Changer for South African Punters




Betting Made Easy: Why 1Win App is a Game-Changer for South African Punters

In the fast-paced world of online betting, the 1Win app emerges as a front-runner, captivating South African punters with its sleek design and user-friendly interface. Coveted for its extensive range of betting options, from sports events spanning the globe to thrilling casino games, 1Win caters to every taste and preference.

What sets it apart is not just the breadth of its offerings but the depth of its features live betting, instant withdrawals, and generous bonuses. For bettors in South Africa looking for a seamless and engaging betting experience, 1Win is not just another app; it’s a comprehensive solution tailored to meet their specific needs and desires.

Comprehensive Offerings of 1Win App

The 1Win app stands out in the competitive world of online betting by providing an all-encompassing platform that caters to every type of bettor in South Africa. At the heart of its offerings is a vast selection of sports betting opportunities, covering everything from football and cricket to basketball and esports.

Fans of live action will find the live betting feature particularly enticing, allowing them to place a  1Win bet on ongoing matches with real-time odds updates. Beyond the sports arena, 1Win also boasts an impressive array of casino games, including slots, table games, and live dealer experiences, catering to the tastes of traditional casino enthusiasts and newcomers alike.

Adding to its appeal are the user-centric features such as easy navigation, swift withdrawals, and robust customer support. The app also frequently rewards its users with generous bonuses and promotions, enhancing the overall 1Win sports betting experience. Whether you’re a seasoned punter or new to the scene, the 1Win app delivers a tailored and thrilling betting experience right at your fingertips.

How to Download the 1Win App on Android Devices

Downloading and installing the 1Win app on Android devices is a straightforward process designed to get South African users betting quickly and easily. Follow these steps to get started:

  1. Visit the 1Win Website: Open your Android device’s browser and go to the official 1Win site. The 1Win Android app isn’t on Google Play due to restrictions on betting apps.
  2. Download the App: Look for the mobile app section on the site, often in the menu or at the page’s bottom. Find the link to download the 1Win APK. Tap to start the download.
  3. Adjust Settings: Before installing, adjust your Android’s security settings to allow installations from unknown sources. Go to Settings > Security, and enable “Allow installation of apps from sources other than the Play Store.”
  4. Install the App: Open the downloaded 1Win APK, follow the prompts to install. This should only take a moment.
  5. Register: Open the app after installation. Register or log in. South African users can sign up easily, possibly verifying identity per local rules.
  6. Deposit and Bet: Deposit funds into your 1Win account using various payment methods. Once funded, explore the betting options on 1Win.

Installing the 1Win App on iOS Devices

For South African punters using iOS devices, getting the 1Win app installed on your iPhone or iPad is equally straightforward, ensuring you can jump straight into the action. Follow these simplified steps to download and install the 1Win app from the Apple App Store:

  1. Open the Apple App Store: Unlock your iOS device, launch the App Store, and ensure you’re signed in with your Apple ID.
  2. Search for the 1Win iOS App: Tap the search bar at the bottom, type “1Win,” and hit search. Look for the official 1Win app for a secure betting experience.
  3. Download and Install the App: Tap “Get” next to the app, and it will download and install. You may need to enter your Apple ID password or use Touch/Face ID.
  4. Launch and Register: Find the 1Win app icon, tap to open, and register for a new account. Existing users can log in.
  5. Deposit Funds: Go to ‘Deposit’ to add funds using South African payment methods for a hassle-free transaction.
  6. Start Exploring: Set up your account, explore the betting options like live sports and casino games on the 1Win app. Your next wager is just a few taps away.

Accessing 1Win on Desktop Platforms

While the 1Win app is convenient and mobile-friendly, using 1Win on desktop platforms has its own advantages, especially for South African users. A desktop or laptop provides a broader view of the platform, making it easier to navigate through sports betting options and casino games. The larger display enhances the user experience, simplifying event browsing, live betting, and casino game engagement.

One key difference on the desktop platform is the absence of the need to download software. Users can enter the 1Win website address in their web browser to access their account instantly. This direct access is beneficial for those averse to downloading mobile apps or with limited device storage.

The desktop version of 1Win bookmaker may offer more customer support options, including live chat, easily navigable on a larger screen. Managing account settings, withdrawals, and deposits is more straightforward with the detailed desktop interface.

For South African users, 1Win’s desktop platform delivers a detailed betting experience that complements the app’s convenience. The desktop version provides a reliable way to enjoy everything 1Win offers, from betting to casino games and sportsbook exploration.

Setting Up Your 1Win Account

Creating an account with 1Win is designed to be a straightforward and secure process, particularly for South African residents looking to comply with local betting regulations. Here’s a step-by-step guide to setting up your 1Win account and ensuring everything is in order for a smooth betting experience:

  1. Go to Sign-Up Page: Visit 1Win’s website or use the mobile app, and click “Sign Up” to access the registration form.
  2. Provide Necessary Information: Enter basic details like name, email, and phone number accurately for smooth verification.
  3. Create Username and Password: Choose a unique username and a secure yet memorable password to protect your account.
  4. Verify Your Email: Open the email from 1Win after registration and click the verification link to confirm your email.
  5. Complete Identity Verification: Upload required ID documents like SA ID or passport in the account settings to comply with regulations.
  6. Wait for Approval: 1Win will verify your documents, taking a few days. You’ll be notified via email once verified.
  7. Set Deposit Limits (Optional): For responsible gambling, South African users can set deposit limits to manage betting activities wisely.  

Navigating the 1Win App: A User’s Guide

The 1Win app presents a sleek and user-friendly interface tailored to meet the needs of the South African betting market. One of the app’s standout features is its comprehensive range of betting options. Users have the luxury of choosing from a wide array of sports, including football, cricket, rugby, and more, catering to the preferences of the South African audience. Each sport offers various betting markets, such as match outcomes, player performances, and live betting options, providing a dynamic and engaging betting experience.

Account management on the app is seamless and intuitive. Users can easily access their profiles to monitor their betting history, manage transactions, and adjust account settings. The app facilitates quick deposits and withdrawals, supporting several popular payment methods in South Africa. This ensures that users can manage their funds efficiently and securely.

Another commendable aspect of the 1Win app is its dedicated support system. The app incorporates a 24/7 live chat feature, allowing users to instantly connect with customer service representatives for assistance.

Making Deposits

To make a deposit, follow these simple steps to ensure a smooth transaction process:

  1. 1Win login to Your Account: Access the 1Win app and log into your account using your credentials.
  2. Navigate to the ‘Deposit’ Section: Find and select the ‘Deposit’ option within the app’s menu to view the available payment methods.
  3. Choose Your Preferred Payment Method: Select from options like bank transfers, credit/debit cards, e-wallets such as Neteller and Skrill, and even cryptocurrencies including Bitcoin and Ethereum.
  4. Enter Deposit Amount: Specify the amount you wish to deposit. It’s essential to check the minimum and maximum deposit limits for your chosen method.
  5. Confirm the Transaction: Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the transaction. Deposits are usually instantaneous, with funds appearing in your account almost immediately.

Requesting Withdrawals

Withdrawing your winnings from the platform is a simple process, though it may require a slightly extended processing time to ensure all transactions are securely handled and completed accurately:

  1. Access Your Account: Log into the 1Win app with your account details.
  2. Go to the ‘Withdrawal’ Section: Locate and click on the ‘Withdrawal’ option in the menu.
  3. Select Withdrawal Method: Choose from the same variety of payment methods used for deposits. It’s advisable to use the same method for both deposits and withdrawals to streamline the process.
  4. Specify Withdrawal Amount: Input the amount you wish to withdraw, adhering to the minimum and maximum limits set for your preferred withdrawal method.
  5. Complete and Confirm the Request: Follow the prompts to finalize your withdrawal request.

Ensuring Safety and Efficiency

To ensure safety and efficiency in managing transactions on the 1Win South Africa users should:

  1. Use secure and reliable internet connections for all financial transactions to prevent unauthorized access.
  2. Verify their account fully by completing the identity verification process as detailed in the setup guide to facilitate smoother deposits and withdrawals.
  3. Be aware of the processing times for different payment methods, especially for withdrawals, as these can vary.
  4. Contact customer support through the app’s live chat feature for immediate assistance with any transaction issues or inquiries.

Tips for New Users

For new users in South Africa exploring the 1Win app, seizing available opportunities while betting responsibly can enhance your experience. Here are some valuable tips to guide you:

  1. Maximizing Bonuses: Understand the Terms: Carefully read the terms and conditions of bonuses and promotions, focusing on wagering requirements, validity periods, and applicable betting markets. 
  2. Start Small: Utilize bonuses to get acquainted with the app without risking your own funds. It’s a strategic approach to grasp different betting options and identify your preferences.
  3. Understanding Betting Odds: Learn the Basics: Dedicate time to comprehend how odds function. Remember, odds not only indicate the likelihood of an event occurring, but also influence potential winnings.
  4. Compare Odds: Prior to placing bets, compare odds offered by various platforms for similar events. While the 1Win app typically provides competitive odds, conducting research is worthwhile.
  5. Engaging Responsibly: Set Limits: Employ the responsible gambling tools on the 1Win app to establish deposit, loss, and wager limits, ensuring your betting aligns with a budget you’re comfortable with.
  6. Balance is Key: View betting as entertainment rather than an income source, ensuring it doesn’t compromise your daily obligations or financial well-being.
  7. Educate Yourself: Make use of the educational materials provided on the app. Understanding the intricacies of betting can enhance the experience and potentially increase rewards.
  8. Know When to Stop: If you sense a loss of control, utilize the self-exclusion features offered by the app or seek professional assistance.
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Archero Best Hero: All Heroes, Weapons, Armors & More




Archero game

Archero stands out as a fun action game across multiple mobile titles. Our level list serves as a guide to choosing the best characters, items and weapons, helping players navigate the game’s challenges. Created by Habby, Archero emphasizes skill and strategy in combat following the journey of a lone archer battling evil forces in uncharted territories.

Archero Tier List Intro

In order to ensure your survival in Archero, it is important to choose the best heroes and equipment from the available options. Our Archero Tier List divides heroes, weapons, pets, and items into four categories: S-Tier for heavy duty, A-Tier for slow reliable tactics, B-Tier for tactical upwards, and C-Tier for the lowest performers. Keep in mind that our review is based on Mythic+ levels, and focuses on end-game viability. Additionally, we consider the overall performance of each item/hero, regardless of whether they need paid skin to function properly. While some heroes benefit from paid features, we’ve also highlighted several good options that are still effective for players who can play for free.

Archero Best Hero

Archero heroes tier list 2024

While our Archero level list divides heroes into free and premium options, S-level characters require real money.However, you may need to invest in premium characters to win the leaderboard.Based on DPS, survivability, and ability to test heroes Top-choices are Helix, Meowgik, and Gugu for players not investing money.These heroes can compete well without having to have premium skins, even against players using premium characters.

Here are the hero names listed capable of reaching higher levels:

  • Atreus
  • Urasil
  • Phoren
  • Taranis
  • Helix
  • Meowgic

Archero best Weapons list 2024

According to our Archero weapon level list, Death Scythe emerges as a top contender, boasting 145% damage data and great crowd-control capabilities. Conversely, the Brave Bow, your starting weapon, provides consistent midrange performance but lacks the immediate impact of melee techniques.

Archero weapon level list

Here’s a breakdown of weapons listed in the levels.

Tier 1: 

  • Antiquated Sword
  • Demon Blade
  • Gale Force

Tier 2:

  • Stalker Staff
  • Brightspear
  • Death Scythe

Tier 3:

  • Brave Bow
  • Tornado
  • Saw Blade
  • Mini Atreus

Archero best Armors list 2024

Gear that supports your gameplay increases story, defense, and utility by providing bonus effects and feature enhancements.

List of Armor:

Tier 1: 

  • Bright Robe 
  • Shadow Robe 

Tier 2:

  • Vest of Dexterity 
  • Phantom Cloak 

Tier 3:

  • Golden Chestplate 
  • Void Robe 

Ranking of Armor:

A Tier:

  • Bright Robe
  • Shadow Robe

B Tier:

  • Phantom Cloak
  • Golden Chestplate

C Tier:

  • Vest of Dexterity
  • Void Robe

Campaign weapons are still popular among high-spending players, but for most it’s best to prioritize a Phantom Cloak,  Bright Robe, or Golden Chestplate depending on the hero, and decide which is the first.

Archero best ring list 2024

Archero best ring list

The rings at Archero are rated on effectiveness and rarity, with some options offering more value than others.

List of Rings by Tier:

Tier 1:

  • Dragon’s Ring
  • Bull Ring
  • Lion Ring

Tier 2:

  • Serpent Ring
  • Bear Ring

Tier 3:

  • Wolf Ring
  • Falcon Ring
  • Vilebat’s Ring

Ranking of Rings:

A Tier:

  • Serpent Ring
  • Lion Ring
  • Dragon’s Ring
  • Bull Ring

B Tier:

  • Wolf Ring
  • Vilebat’s Ring
  • Falcon Ring

C Tier:

  • Bear Ring

Archero best Bracelets list 2024

Tier 1:

  • Frozen Bracelet 
  • Invincible Bracelet 
  • Quickshot Bracelet 
  • Shield Bracelet 

Tier 2:

  • Thunder Bracelet
  • Blazing Bracelet 

Tier 3:

  • Split Bracelet 

Archero best Lockets list 2024

Tier 1:

  • Angel Locket 
  • Agile Locket 

Tier 2:

  • Piercer Locket 
  • Bloodthirsty Locket 

Tier 3:

  • Iron Locket 
  • Bulletproof Locket 
  • Counterattack Charm  

Archero best Pets list 2024

Tier 1:

  • Laser Bat 
  • Flaming Ghost 

Tier 2:

  • Noisy Owl 
  • ELF 

Tier 3:

  • Scythe Mage 
  • Living Bomb 

Archero best Spell Books list 2024

Tier 1:

  • Arcanum of Time 
  • Giant’s Contract
  • Spectral Book 
  • Enlightenment Spellbook

Tier 2:

  • Art of Combat Spellbook 
  • Arcane Adventure 

Tier 3:

  • Ice Realm – Tier 3

Archero best Abilities list 2024

Tier 0:

  • Multishot
  • Ricochet
  • Front Arrow +1
  • Rage
  • Extra Life

Tier 1:

  • Wingman
  • Crit Master
  • Attack Boost (Major)
  • Slow Projectile
  • Bloodthirst

Tier 2:

  • Invincibility Star
  • Dodge Master
  • Agility
  • Diagonal Arrows
  • Bouncy Wall
  • Hermes’ Shoes
  • Attack Speed Boost (Major)
  • Inspire

Tier 3:

  • Piercing Shot
  • Headshot
  • Crit Aura
  • Spirit Blaze
  • Spirit Freeze
  • Spirit Bolt
  • Smart
  • Overdraft

Tier 4:

  • Blazing Strike
  • Frost Strike
  • Toxic Strike
  • Bolt Strike
  • Spirit Poisoned Touch
  • HP Boost
  • Speed Aura

Tier 5:

  • Blaze
  • Freeze
  • Blazing Star
  • Freeze Star
  • Fury
  • Heal
  • Dwarf


Developing gear combinations that increase strength and decrease weakness is essential to improving archery. Check out our detailed level list during selection patches to create powerful loadouts that improve your chances of mastering challenging levels.

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