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PostPosted: Fri Mar 15, 2019 10:28 am 
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These are players likely to break into the Top 5 leagues or Top clubs outside the Top 5 leagues (Porto, Shanktar, PSV, Gala etc).


10.David Okereke (Spezia, Serie B): One of the hottest strikers in the Serie B with 7 goals and a hot display match after match. He is strongly linked with Juve, Intermilan, crystal palace and more.
9. Jamiu Colins (Panderborn, Bundesliga 2): Been totally hot this season and was close to a move to Schalke in Bundesliga but he was rightly advised by Rohr. Nothing would stop him from appearing in atleast the Bundesliga net season.
8. Awaziem (Rizenspor, Turkey): the Porto loanee had a horrible first half of the season at Porto, after posting quality performance with Nantes, on loan, last season. He's been part of the revival at Rizenspor this half and would not be short of quality buyers or teams interested in loaning him. At worst, he ends up back at Porto with a starting shirt or back in the Lique 1.
7. Esiti (Gent, Belgium): After overcoming depressing from missing out on the Levante move, he has played every single game for Gent with top notch performances. He even played as an attacking midfielder recently. He has had his best season so far and I'm sure Top teams would come for him with a deal done. 2 seasons ago, he was linked to PSG.
6. Awoniyi (Mouscron, Belgium): He's been a hit since returning to Mouscron this half of the season. The next loan move or sale for Awoniyi by liverpool would be either Top 5 leagues like Lique 1, Bundesliga (he has interests already), CSKAs and benficas of this world or a parrallel move to Dutch, portuguese league etc.
5. Kingsley Micheal (Perugia, Serie B): On loan from Bologna, he has easily been the Top 2 players in Perugia coached by the great Alaxandro Nesta. He would likely get recalled back to Bologna next season and he could very well grab a starting shirt.
4. Orji Okonkwo (Montreal Impact, MLS): MOved onloan from Bologna in January. Started few matches, subbed in alot also but seems he needed regular playing time. Orji would return to Bologna and this could be his chance to grab the headlines in Serie A.
3. Osimhen (Chaleroi, Belgium): Been on form all season with 11 goals so far. AC Milan had interest in the January Window. Inter Milan are seriously now interested in his services. Worst case, he would return to his parent club, Wolfsburg, if they escape relegation. Today's news states AC milan have firmed up agreements to loan him to Lille once they sign him in the summer.
2. Ebuehi (Benfica, Portugal): Got knocked out by a bad injury before the season started. He's back in training and no doubt that Tyronne would own that full back position at Benfica.
1. Isaac Success (Watford, EPL): He's been a supersub and even started games for waford. Had a bad game after 3 weeks on the sideline due to injury. Next season, Isaac would own watford.


*Semi Ajayi (Rotherham, Championship): With his current for which includes goalscoring (2 braces back to back in the last 2 games), the former Arsenal player would likely get a deal in the EPL, doesn't have to be Chelsea, Man city etc but the Southamptons and Burnleys of this world. His heading ability and stats would be serious ginger for any EPL team.
*Kayode Larry (Shanktar, Ukraine): Last season wasn't his. Long time off due to injury, after 4/5 supersub roles, finally forced his way back to the starting lineup and got a red card in that game. Got relegated to the bench after that. Not played any of the 3 matches this season but all that could change very soon.


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PostPosted: Fri Mar 15, 2019 4:23 pm 
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Success at No 1? :shock:

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PostPosted: Mon Mar 18, 2019 9:45 am 
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EMIR KONGI JAFFI JOFFA wrote:
Success at No 1? :shock:


Yes. its justifiable.

He's the only person currently playing in the Top 5 league (he also did in Laliga) and he starts matches and has been a sub in 90% of matches he didnt start. The right push, attitude and luck, he has the easiest path out of all of them to be a starter in the Top 5.


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PostPosted: Mon Mar 18, 2019 11:53 am 
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Bro's not watched or followed most of the players from no 10 to 2. However having Success as no 1 dey make me look the list one kind.

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PostPosted: Mon Mar 18, 2019 9:09 pm 
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Success?

Ok

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PostPosted: Tue Mar 19, 2019 2:30 am 
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Agreed with all of them except for Orji (Already in Top 5 league) , Success (Already in top 5 league) and Ebuehi, whose main aim is to get back to full fitness after that unfortunate injury.

My 3 in their place would be:

Peter Olayinka - Who might not have had the best season goalscoring-wise, but I've been following him since he came to Albania as a 16 year old and he's grown in leaps and bounds. He had a phenomenal season in Belgium last season which IMO made his move to Slavia Prague a bit confusing, but they're 9 points clear of the Czech league and are doing very well in the Europa League.

Onyekuru - Similar to Awaziem, if it's not Everton he has enough suitors in the top 5 leagues wanting his services

Onuachu - Been our most prolific and consistent uncapped player in Europe for the past 3 seasons, even won the Danish league last season with Midtjylland.

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PostPosted: Tue Mar 19, 2019 1:39 pm 
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Isaac, super sub? Super must be the new "Average". How many goals has he created or scored?

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PostPosted: Tue Mar 19, 2019 2:01 pm 
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Sunset wrote:

Onuachu - Been our most prolific and consistent uncapped player in Europe for the past 3 seasons, even won the Danish league last season with Midtjylland.



This is the name I've been waiting to see, hopefully he makes the most of his call up.


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