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amac


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PostPosted: Wed Aug 31, 2016 5:24 pm    Post subject: Chomp's BAC Draft FIFA Vote: Rank these teams Reply with quote

Rank these teams 1-9 based on which ones you think will have the most success over the next 10 years.


Atlantic City

Manager: Max Allegri

4-1-3-2
FW: Wayne Rooney
FW: Romelu Lukaku

CAM: Thomas Muller
LM: David Silva
RM: Dele Alli

DMF: Marco Verratti

LB: Fabinho
CB: Jose Gimenez
CB: Diego Godin
RB: Marcelo
GK: Mattia Perin

BENCH
FW: Kingsley Coleman
MF: Ross Barkley
MF: Renato Sanchez
CB: Sven van Beek
CB/LB: Terence Kongolo


Montreal
MANAGER: Thomas Tuchel


STARTING XI:
RW: Kevin De Bruyne
ST: Luis Suarez
LW: Marco Reus
CAM: Dimitri Payet
CM: Paul Pogba
CM: Miralem Pjanic
RB: Dani Carvajal
CB: Nicolás Otamendi
CB: Samuel Umtiti
LB: Layvin Kurzawa
GK: Jack Butland

BENCH:
FW: Breel Embolo
FW: Xherdan Shaqiri
MF: André Gomes
MF: Martin Ødegaard
D: Eric Bailly


Buffalo

MANAGER: Pep Guardiola (45)

STARTING XI:
FW: Neymar Jr. (24)
FW: Alexander Lacazette (25)
MF: Toni Kroos (26)
MF: Isco (23)
MF: Arturo Vidal (29)
MF: Eric Dier (22)
LB: David Alaba (23)
CB: Aymeric Laporte (22)
CB: Gerard Piqué (29)
RB: Danilo (25)
GK: Bernd Leno (24)

BENCH:
FW: Ousmane Dembélé (19)
MF: Granit Xhaka (23)
MF: Aaron Ramsey (25)
D: Kurt Zouma (21)
D: José Gaya (21)




FC Dallas

MANAGER: Jose Mourinho (53 years old)


STARTING XI:
FW: Cristiano Ronaldo (31 years old)
FW: Sergio Aguero (28 years old)
MF: Mesut Ozil (27 years old)
MF: Oscar (24 years old)
MF: Leroy Sane (20 years old)
MF: Victor Wanyama (25 years old)
D: Alex Sandro (25 years old)
D: Vincent Kompany (30 years old)
D: Sergio Ramos (30 years old)
D: Marquinhos (22 years old)
GK: David de Gea (25 years old)

BENCH:
FW: Domenico Berardi (21 years old)
MF: Mauro Diaz (25 years old)
MF: Jorrit Hendrix (21 years old)
D: John Stones (22 years old)
D: DeAndre Yedlin (23 years old)


Baltimore Blast

Manager: Carlo Ancelotti

Starting XI
LF: Raheem Sterling (21)
CF: Gonzalo Higuain (28 )
RF: Lionel Messi (28 )
AM: Luka Modric (30)
MF: Riyad Mahrez (25)
DM: N'Golo Kante (25)
LB: Ricardo Periera (22)
CB: Virgil Van Dijk (25)
CB: Leonardo Bonucci (29)
RB: Philipp Lahm (32)
GK: Hugo Lloris (29)

Reserves
FW: Dominic Solanke (18 )
DM: Saul Niguez (21)
MF: Hakan Calhanoglu (22)
CB: Niklas Sule (20)
RB: Serge Aurier (23)


Toronto

MANAGER: Luis Enrique


STARTING XI:
FW: Douglas costa
FW: Angel Di Maria
MF: James Rodriguez
MF: Alexei Sanchez
MF: Oliver Torres
MF: Bastian Schweinstiger
D: Jerome Boateng
D: Giorgio Chellini
D: Jordi Alba
D: Stefan De Vrij
GK: Manuel Neurer

BENCH:
FW: Karim Benzema
MF: Youri Tielmans
MF: Iniesta
MF: Nemanja Matic
D: Gary Cahill



San Antonio FC
MGR: Diego Simeone

RW: Antoine Griezmann
ST: Aubameyang
LW: Henrikh Mkhitaryan
CM: Koke
CM: Gundogan
DM: Julian Weigl
LB: Azpilicueta
CB: Jonathan Tah
CB: Jan Vertonghen
RB: Hector Bellerin
GK: Timo Horn

Subs:
ST: Marcus Rashford
F/W Anthony Martial
CM: Mahmoud Dahoud
M/D: Josh Kimmich
CB: Alessio Romagnoli






Atlanta United FC

MGR: Jurgen Klopp

STARTING XI:
FW: Gareth Bale (26)
FW: Robert Lewandowski (2Cool
FW: Julian Draxler (23)
MF: Christian Eriksen (24)
MF: Sergio Busquets (2Cool
MF: Ivan Rakitic (2Cool
LB: Ricardo Rodgiruez (24)
CB: Toby Alderweireld (27)
CB: Laurent Koscielny (30)
RB: Nathaniel Clyne (25)
GK: Jan Oblak (23)

BENCH:
FW: Gabriel Jesus (19)
MF: Erik Lamela (24)
MF: Ruben Neves (19)
CB: Andreas Christensen (20)
CB/RB: Victor Lindelöf (20)




Concord

MANAGER: Mauricio Pochettino


STARTING XI:
FW: Harry Kane
FW: Paulo Dybala
MF: Mario Gotze
MF: Phillipe Coutinho
MF: Lucas Moura
MF: Dani Alves
D: Mats Hummels
D: Daniele Rugani
D: Alex Gersbach
D: Thiago Silva
GK: Thibaut Courtois

BENCH:
FW: Arjen Robben
MF:Marko Grujic
MF: Willian
MF: Emre Can
D:Lucao


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PostPosted: Wed Aug 31, 2016 6:08 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

(SA)
1. Atlanta- this team would be loaded in the early seasons. My only knock is 2 of CM's are 28 and only one long term replacement.
2. Montreal- pretty stacked on a player for player basis, but lack of a true stay home D-Mid hurts them a bit.
3. Buffalo- Overall a balanced squad, sacrifice some width but the midfield is really strong. Not a fan of Danilo though
4. Baltimore- Modric and Mahrez need to be flipped and I think Sterling still has a lot to prove, but a strong team.


5. Atlantic City- Liked some of the picks but don't like Veratti as the shield in front of the back 4. He generally plays with a guy like Motta in that role, and I dont think there's any true #6 on the roster.
6. Dallas- The attacking trio of Ronaldo, Aguero, Ozil is great, but otherwise got some real flaws. The only true right back is Yedlin, and it could really use more of a box to box/linking CM next to Wanyama.
7. Toronto- The setup is really off. Basically 3 CB's and 5 attacking mids.
8. Concord- Love the striker duo but the midfield is really dysfunctional. No CM's who do much defensively


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PostPosted: Wed Aug 31, 2016 6:31 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

The plan is Messi will move to a more central position, likely after Modric is finished. That will push Mahrez to a more wide position.

Serge will soon take over for Lahm. Just wanted someone experienced in front of Serge to hopefully straighten him out a bit.


Baltimore Blast

Manager: Carlo Ancelotti

Starting XI
LF: Raheem Sterling (21)
CF: Gonzalo Higuain (28 )
RF: Lionel Messi (28 )
AM: Luka Modric (30)
MF: Riyad Mahrez (25)
DM: N'Golo Kante (25)
LB: Ricardo Periera (22)
CB: Virgil Van Dijk (25)
CB: Leonardo Bonucci (29)
RB: Philipp Lahm (32)
GK: Hugo Lloris (29)

Reserves
FW: Dominic Solanke (18 )
DM: Saul Niguez (21)
MF: Hakan Calhanoglu (22)
CB: Niklas Sule (20)
RB: Serge Aurier (23)


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PostPosted: Mon Sep 05, 2016 2:27 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I'll chime in,

The Good
Buffalo - I am a fan of this midfield. Dier, Vidal and Isco has the work rate to deal with a narrow midfield and Kroos has the creativity and passing to get the ball to the attackers. Real solid squad.

San Antonio - I like teams with strong midfields and Koke, Gundogan and Weigl has a great balance between creativity and providing defensive stability.

Atlanta - Solid all around team. Not really any complaints.

The Decent
Baltimore - Not sold on Mahrez in the midfield three. However, Modric and Kante is a solid midfield duo. I am also not too high on van Dijk as a top 20 CB in the world. And maybe I don't know football but Ricardo Pereira, I had to Google. A LB on loan at Nice from Porto? I understand drafting for the future but this seems like a big risk when it seems like Guerreiro of the same nationality is not picked and the same age.

Montreal - Definitely the best attack in this draft. The main issue is the midfield. Pogba thrives when he has a free role and I don't think he has that when playing with Payet and Pjanic. The lack of holding midfielder is a real hindrance to this team imo. Also not too sold on the Otamendi, Umtiti backline.

The Ugly
Atlantic - I have to judge the teams on the formations given and the 4-1-3-2 is a ridiculous formation that will get exploited on the counter. Also, Wayne Rooney in a draft that stresses the future is just blasphemy.

Dallas - No clue what is going on formation wise. Also why pick Jose and not play in his favored 4-2-3-1? Marquinhos as RB? Mauro Diaz... Are you kidding me? DeAndre Yedlin?

Toronto - Wow... I thought Rooney was the worst pick of the draft. Formation wise this team is a mess. No real forwards outside of maybe Sanchez who is playing midfield. No really wingers in the midfield because they are playing striker. No real RB. And Schweinsteiger.

Concord - No full backs, no actual midfield. This team is dysfunctional. Is Gersbach supposed to be the Yedlin of Australia?
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PostPosted: Mon Sep 05, 2016 12:10 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

San Antonio
Buffalo
Atlanta
Baltimore
Toronto
Dallas
Atlantic
Concord
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San Antonio
Atlanta
Buffalo
Baltimore
Montreal
Dallas
Atlantic
Toronto
Concord
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PostPosted: Tue Sep 06, 2016 6:54 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

dotmotion wrote:
I'll chime in,

The Good
Buffalo - I am a fan of this midfield. Dier, Vidal and Isco has the work rate to deal with a narrow midfield and Kroos has the creativity and passing to get the ball to the attackers. Real solid squad.

San Antonio - I like teams with strong midfields and Koke, Gundogan and Weigl has a great balance between creativity and providing defensive stability.

Atlanta - Solid all around team. Not really any complaints.

The Decent
Baltimore - Not sold on Mahrez in the midfield three. However, Modric and Kante is a solid midfield duo. I am also not too high on van Dijk as a top 20 CB in the world. And maybe I don't know football but Ricardo Pereira, I had to Google. A LB on loan at Nice from Porto? I understand drafting for the future but this seems like a big risk when it seems like Guerreiro of the same nationality is not picked and the same age.

Montreal - Definitely the best attack in this draft. The main issue is the midfield. Pogba thrives when he has a free role and I don't think he has that when playing with Payet and Pjanic. The lack of holding midfielder is a real hindrance to this team imo. Also not too sold on the Otamendi, Umtiti backline.

The Ugly
Atlantic - I have to judge the teams on the formations given and the 4-1-3-2 is a ridiculous formation that will get exploited on the counter. Also, Wayne Rooney in a draft that stresses the future is just blasphemy.

Dallas - No clue what is going on formation wise. Also why pick Jose and not play in his favored 4-2-3-1? Marquinhos as RB? Mauro Diaz... Are you kidding me? DeAndre Yedlin?

Toronto - Wow... I thought Rooney was the worst pick of the draft. Formation wise this team is a mess. No real forwards outside of maybe Sanchez who is playing midfield. No really wingers in the midfield because they are playing striker. No real RB. And Schweinsteiger.

Concord - No full backs, no actual midfield. This team is dysfunctional. Is Gersbach supposed to be the Yedlin of Australia?


judging based on formation is ridiculous...obviously its fluid and that's why we drafted a manager. and did you see who our backup FWD to Rooney
is? He's 20 yrs old...cmon
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San Antonio
Atlanta
Buffalo
Baltimore
Montreal
Toronto
Atlantic
Dallas
Concord
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PostPosted: Fri Sep 09, 2016 11:38 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

JohnnyV22 wrote:
judging based on formation is ridiculous...obviously its fluid and that's why we drafted a manager. and did you see who our backup FWD to Rooney
is? He's 20 yrs old...cmon

Isn't that how these drafts work? You judge teams based on how the drafter sets up the players drafted. And you set the team up in a weird 4-1-3-2 with 4 attackers and 2 midfielders who aren't particularly well known for their defensive ability. There is absolutely no balance here. Players like Alli and Verratti are great because they have the freedom to roam and dictate the game. In your formation, Verratti will have to drop deep and protect the backline because none of the other non-defensive players are solid in defense. Rom isn't well known for his work rate. Rooney loves to run around but if you watch him in midfield you know he is sub par defensively. Muller works hard too but he is best when around goal and dropping him in the midfield to help will be a waste of his talent. David Silva just doesn't have the size or physicality to control the midfield. Dele Alli is similar to Veratti in the sense that he plays erratically and would leave gaps in your midfield. When you look at the role they play with their club teams, Veratti has Thiago Motta and Alli has Dier. You are missing a player like that in your midfield. Ross Barkley definitely isn't that player and from what I have seen from Sanchez in the World Cup, he doesn't seem like that player too.

Also, Rooney is past it and has no spot as a top 20 striker in football today. There are strikers like Gameiro, Hernandez, Bacca and even Adruiz that are available and better than Rooney. Just a waste of a pick. It would be like drafting Gerrard when Liverpool finished 2nd. Great player who came off a good year but there is no future value and honestly he wasn't a top 20 midfielder.
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