Gold Most Consistent But Never IF TOTS

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Sokker14
4247 posts National Call-Up
edited March 2016
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Welcome to the official Gold Community TOTS thread. I'm happy to announce that this is where the community can put forward it's suggestions on who you believe should be included in the first FIFA 16 TOTS. Please check the rules below before making suggestions and try and be civil in discussion.

Our deadline
April 13th

Rules
• 23 Players (Starting XI, Subs, Reserves)
• Players selected must have been consistently playing well throughout the season (goalscoring, assists, clean-sheets, etc) but have NOT received an in-form in FUT 16.
• Don't worry about excluding players that could possibly appear in any league Team of the Season.
• The roster needs a good spread of leagues and positions.
IMPORTANT: All player overall and attribute ratings will be determined by the EA SPORTS FIFA team. We're only asked to provide the list of players and their suggested positions. The FIFA team will evaluate the positions after we're done.
• If a player appears in the TOTW before the final squad is complete, he will have to be removed from our selection.
• Players from the Brazilian League are ineligible.

Please suggest players in this format: Player (Club/League) - Reason

Please try to add as much information as you can, with stats aswell if possible. Try not to keep quoting yourself as I will read all posts. Remember it's a discussion rather than a vote.
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  • Sokker14
    4247 posts National Call-Up
    edited April 2016
    FIFA 16 Gold Most Consistent But Never IF TOTS url="http://fifaforums.easports.com/en/discussion/comment/2671054/#Comment_2671054"]FINAL[/url

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    Full names: Júlio César, Anthony Lopes, Alphonse Aréola, Julio Buffarini, Simon Kjaer, José María Giménez, Joël Veltman, Virgil van Dijk, Marek Suchý, Marcel Schmelzer, Sergio Busquets, Mousa Dembélé, Alan Dzagoev, Guido Pizarro, Claudio Marchisio, N'Golo Kanté, Benny Feilhaber, José Sosa, Bryan Ruíz, Quincy Promes, Josip Iličić, Ross McCormack, Rogelio Funes Mori.

    *All player overall and attribute ratings will be determined by the EA SPORTS FIFA team. We're only asked to provide the list of players and their suggested positions. The FIFA team will evaluate the positions after we're done.

    FIFA 16 Gold Most Consistent But Never IF TOTS url="http://fifaforums.easports.com/en/discussion/comment/2660675/#Comment_2660675"]DRAFT4[/url
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    Full names: Júlio César, Anthony Lopes, Alphonse Aréola, Julio Buffarini, Toby Alderweireld, Simon Kjaer, José María Giménez, Joël Veltman, Virgil van Dijk, Marek Suchý, Marcel Schmelzer, Sergio Busquets, Guido Pizarro, Alan Dzagoev, Claudio Marchisio, N'Golo Kanté, Benny Feilhaber, José Sosa, Bryan Ruíz, Quincy Promes, Josip Iličić, Ross McCormack, Rogelio Funes Mori.

    *All player overall and attribute ratings will be determined by the EA SPORTS FIFA team. We're only asked to provide the list of players and their suggested positions. The FIFA team will evaluate the positions after we're done.

    FIFA 16 Gold Most Consistent But Never IF TOTS url="http://fifaforums.easports.com/en/discussion/comment/2630020/#Comment_2630020"]DRAFT3[/url
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    Full names: Júlio César, Anthony Lopes, Alphonse Aréola, Julio Buffarini, Toby Alderweireld, Simon Kjaer, José María Giménez, Joël Veltman, Virgil van Dijk, Jonathan Tah, Nacho Monreal, Sergio Busquets, Alan Dzagoev, Claudio Marchisio, N'Golo Kanté, Benny Feilhaber, José Sosa, Bryan Ruíz, Quincy Promes, Breel Donald Embolo, Josip Iličić, Ross McCormack, Rogelio Funes Mori.

    *All player overall and attribute ratings will be determined by the EA SPORTS FIFA team. We're only asked to provide the list of players and their suggested positions. The FIFA team will evaluate the positions after we're done.

    FIFA 16 Gold Most Consistent But Never IF TOTS url="http://fifaforums.easports.com/en/discussion/comment/2595028/#Comment_2595028"]DRAFT2[/url
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    Full names: Júlio César, Alphonse Aréola, Julio Buffarini, Toby Alderweireld, Simon Kjaer, José María Giménez, Joël Veltman, Virgil van Dijk, Marek Suchý, Nacho Monreal, Sergio Busquets, Mousa Dembélé, Alan Dzagoev, Claudio Marchisio, N'Golo Kanté, Benny Feilhaber, Vladimír Darida, José Sosa, Bryan Ruíz, Quincy Promes, Josip Iličić, Ross McCormack, Rogelio Funes Mori.

    *All player overall and attribute ratings will be determined by the EA SPORTS FIFA team. We're only asked to provide the list of players and their suggested positions. The FIFA team will evaluate the positions after we're done.

    FIFA 16 Gold Most Consistent But Never IF TOTS [DRAFT1]
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    Full names: Júlio César, Alphonse Aréola, Elseid Hysaj, Toby Alderweireld, Simon Kjaer, José María Giménez, Joël Veltman, Laurent Ciman, Nacho Monreal, Marcel Schmelzer, Sergio Busquets, Thiago Motta, Mousa Dembélé, Alan Dzagoev, N'Golo Kanté, Benny Feilhaber, Vladimír Darida, José Sosa, Bryan Ruíz, Mislav Oršić, Quincy Promes, Josip Iličić, Ross McCormack.

    *All player overall and attribute ratings will be determined by the EA SPORTS FIFA team. We're only asked to provide the list of players and their suggested positions. The FIFA team will evaluate the positions after we're done.
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  • Sokker14
    4247 posts National Call-Up
    edited April 2016
    Suggestions:

    Position: Full Name - Club (Rating>?) - Reason - Statistics

    7U1ee5U.pngBarclays PL:

    CB: Toby Alderweireld - Spurs (81>?) - Tottenham’s success in the 2015/16 campaign has surprised many, and with five games to go they are the last team standing between Leicester and a historic Premier League title. Much of this success can be credited to the work of Alderweireld. The Belgian has brought the best out of fellow countryman Jan Vertonghen and in turn they’ve led Spurs to the best defensive record in the league so far this season (a season in which he has played every minute of). You can make a case for many Tottenham players in the end of season awards, but it’s clear that Toby Alderweireld should be top of the list. - Statistics
    CB: Virgil van Dijk - Southampton (77>?) - Virgil van Dijk joined Southampton in September and has since been ever present for the side. His defensive abilities have led Southampton to having one of the best defensive records in the Premier League this season as well as adding a few important goals for the club too. Statistically he is rated as the best defender in the league this season over various top footballing websites, he has also since gained himself a place in the Dutch national team. - Statistics
    LB: Nacho Monreal - Arsenal (80>?) - Nacho Monreal's first season at the Emirates, having taken the same path as compatriot Santi Cazorla from Malaga, was far from convincing. However, with consistent performances in Arsenal's shakey defense this season there's now even a case to be made for Monreal being the best player in the league in his respective position. - Statistics
    CDM: Mousa Dembélé - Spurs (80>?) - It seems bizarre now, but for much of last season, there were significant doubts as to whether Dembele had any future at Tottenham Hotspur. Barely twelve months later, Spurs cannot be imagined without the Belgian. Running back and forth with power and control, Dembele stands at the heart of Tottenham's success. - Statistics
    CM: N'Golo Kanté - Leicester City (77>?) - As the dust settles on another season, a fox stands triumphant. Overcoming guns, lions and devils, the plucky young fox has proven himself a true warrior in the Colosseum that is the Premier League. This fox is none other than N'Golo Kanté, midfield general of Leicester City. What he lacks in size, he makes up for in heart. The 24 year old has marshalled a midfield of questionable quality, and guided them with a steady hand to the heady heights of Europe. - Statistics

    E9SGhdq.pngBundesliga:

    GK: Loris Karius - 1. FSV Mainz 05 (79>?) - ... - Statistics
    CB: Jonathan Tah - Bayer 04 (76>?) - For a player who was a virtual unknown to most at the start of the season is well and truly playing beyond his years being both comfortable on the ball and yet still impressive in the tackle. There's a reason Kicker has him so far up in the ratings and Joachim Lowe has labelled him as a potential Boateng replacement should he not be fit in time for the Euro's. Such an impressive season at the age of 20 signals a very promising career. - Statistics
    CB: Aytaç Sulu - Darmstadt (75>?) - Sulu has been a rock at the back for the promoted Darmstadt that many would have expected to struggle. Sulu's goals at the other end of the pitch have also played a huge role in them currently sitting clear of the relegation zone. - Statistics
    LB: Marcel Schmelzer - Bor. Dortmund (78>?) - One man who hasn't received his due recognition is Schmelzer. The 27-year-old is used to being overlooked, overcriticised even, but plays a vital role in Borussia Dortmund's more than decent season. - Statistics
    CAM: Vladimír Darida - Hertha BSC (78>?) - Darida plays in the heart of midfield as his club surprisingly battles for the Champions League places. There's no doubt the Czech plays a vital role in Hertha BSC overachieving. - Statistics

    sr7jHb0.pngEredivisie:

    CB: Joël Veltman - Ajax (77>?) - ... - Statistics

    4nZE85e.pngFL Championship:

    ST: Ross McCormack - Fulham (75>?) - While many players are praised for winning their side titles many often forget the heroes that help keep their side up. McCormack has scored almost one third of Fulham's goals this season to keep them with any chance of surviving. Without McCormack's contribution Fulham would arguably already be relegated and to only be topped in the top goalscorers chart by a striker for the league leaders in a truly impressive task, he has put in countless heroic performances with his goals alone contributing to 32 hard earned points. - Statistics

    Qu0IEDr.pngK LEAGUE Classic

    LM: Mislav Oršić - Jeonnam Dragons (75>?) - The team has gone as he's gone. A rough May was followed up by him being inserted in the starting line-up more and that's when they surged up the table looking nearly flawless through June and July. Then, inevitably, he fell back to earth and the team simply couldn't pick up the slack. The Croate is unquestionably a difference maker that can not only control the pace of the game, but is capable of putting the team on his back and carrying them to a win as well. - Statistics (1/2) - Statistics (2/2)

    Kgic28m.pngLiga Bancomer MX:

    CDM: Guido Pizarro - Tigres (75>?) - Pizarro has been an essential player for Tigres in the last two tournaments, winning the league's last semester. Having touched and passed the ball more than any other player in the season, Pizarro's influence can not be underestimated. - Statistics
    ST: Rogelio Funes Mori - Monterrey (75>?) - Funes Mori has provided unmatched consistency within his goal contributions throughout Apertura 2015 and Clausura 2016, netting a total of 16 goals and providing 7 assists in 28 games across the two competitions. His contributions per minute within the division are superior to everybody within Liga MX, including former Marseille favourite André-Pierre Gignac. Funes Mori has led Monterrey to being the top scoring side across Apertura and Clausura, being the embodiment of consistency since joining the club in June 2015. - Statistics (1/2) - Statistics (2/2)

    UgMvKMq.pngLiga BBVA:

    GK: Jan Oblak - Atlético Madrid (82>?) - Bought for €16 million in the summer of 2014, a fee that makes him the most expensive goalkeeper signed in the history of Spanish football, big things were expected of the 22-year-old Oblak. However, Moyá consistent presence in goal at Atlético Madrid turned Oblak's start at his new club in a nightmare. For almost a year the roles are reversed again and with more clean sheets than any other goalkeeper in Europe's top 5 leagues Oblak will rightly remain Atlético's No. 1. for a long time. - Statistics
    GK: Alphonse Aréola - Villarreal CF (78>?) - Having been disappointed at being over-looked at PSG again, as the club signed Kevin Trapp, Paris Saint-Germain offered the young French goalkeeper a possibility to join Villareal on a loan deal. Aréola grabbed his opportunity with open arms, putting in save after save. - Statistics
    CB: José María Giménez - Atlético Madrid (79>?) - It took Giménez just over a year to find his place in Atlético Madrid starting line-up. He was bought for a measly £675k in the summer of 2013 when he was only 18, but it was only after the 2014 World Cup that the world realised what a little gem Simeone has in his hands. The Godin-Miranda partnership looked impenetrable at the time, but Gimenez took advantage of Miranda's injury and showed that the Uruguayan duo partnership was even better, leading to Miranda being allowed to move to Italy in the summer of 2015. This year Gimenez continues to improve and helps make Atletico's defence the best in Spain and arguably the best in Europe, conceding the least goals of all teams in the European top 5 leagues. - Statistics
    CM: Sergio Busquets - FC Barcelona (86>?) - Deemed by many the best holding midfielder in the game at present, Spain international Busquets carries out his duties in the middle of the park in unassuming fashion. While much of the focus is on MSN (Lionel Messi, Luis Suárez and Neymar), Busquets is the vital cog that makes this Barcelona engine tick. - Statistics
    CM: Ivan Rakitić - FC Barcelona (85>?) - Ivan Rakitić - FC Barcelona (85>?) - When Xavi Hernández left Barcelona off the back of a historic treble winning season, the torch was passed to Rakitić as the successor of one of the greatest players to grace the game. Nearly a year on and the Croatian is fulfilling his destiny. Barca currently sit clear at the top of La Liga by 9 points; the dynamism, versatility and technical ability Rakitić brings to their midfield is undoubtedly a large reason why they have been so dominant. While past projects in Cesc Fabregas and Thiago Alcantara have failed, this one has not. - Statistics
    ST: Rúben Castro - Real Betis (79>?) - After a brilliant season that got Castro the top scorer and promotion to the Liga BBVA, Real Betis needed someone who would score goals and fight for the club to keep their place in the league and Castro was the man to do this job. One of the lesser known strikers in the BBVA, Castro has kept his ever consistent form and is the only player in the BBVA to have scored more than half of his clubs goals in the league. - Statistics
    ST: Iago Aspas - Celta Vigo (78>?) - Aspas has been an essential part to a top performing Celta Vigo who are currently chasing a Europa League spot. Aspas will be most known this season for his brace against Barcelona but has significantly changed his style of play since his Liverpool days. This season, Aspas has been thoroughly dangerous on the counter attack with his quick burst of pace and is in double figures for goals in the league this season. Aspas and Celta Vigo can only get better overtime... - Statistics

    34LH7n4.pngLiga NOS:

    GK: Júlio César - SL Benfica (82>?) - A three way title race in Liga NOS between Benfica, Sporting and Porto can make big players step up and one of these is the Brazilian César. With more than ten clean sheets in the league already César is widely praised by journalists and fans of the club. - Statistics
    RB: Maximiliano Pereira - FC Porto (80>?) - Many bad words were given to Pereira after he has left Benfica last summer to join their rivals FC Porto. Porto needed a new right back after Danilo was joining Real Madrid. And they can rely on Maxi's quality despite the fact Porto's defence this season is nothing but arguable. He is doing his thing in the defence, carrying his team away with his aggressive playing style and assists. - Statistics
    CAM: Carlos Martins - Belenenses (75>?) - ... - Statistics
    LM: Bryan Ruíz - Sporting CP (79>?) - Ruíz is doing well at Sporting CP and has his spot in the starting eleven of a team fighting for the title. His goals and assists rate isn't exceptional, but he's often playing on the left side, where he isn't in the dangerous area that often as he should be. Nevertheless, Ruíz still plays a huge part in Sporting's title challenge and as a result ended second in the CONCACAF Player of the Year election. - Statistics
    RW: Salvador Agra - CD Nacional (75>?) - Agra's adventure in Spain ended with a couple of loan's to different clubs. His free transfer to the middle class team Nacional last summer meant a re-start for his career. And he shines for his new club this season. The little winger takes on responsibility for the whole team, collecting goals and assists to keep Nacinoal out of the relegation area. - Statistics

    TRWRVQk.pngLigue 1:

    GK: Anthony Lopes - Olympique Lyon (81>?) - ... - Statistics
    CB: Damien Da Silva - SM Caen (75>?) - After losing several players last summer including N'Golo Kante, Caen were aiming to avoid relegation but somewhat surprisingly they're currently sitting mid-table in Ligue 1. Although Andy Delort has stolen the headlines, Da Silva has had an important role to play in Caen's successful season as well. - Statistics
    CM: Thiago Motta - PSG (82>?) - Motta has been instrumental to PSG's midfield this season. He has a 92% pass success rate - which is amongst the highest is Europe's top leagues from which most of them aren't the simple, easy and sideways passes as this comparison with his two midfield partners Marco Verratti and Blaise Matuidi do suggest. To add to that, he's been a rock in front of PSG's backline, helping them concede just less than twenty goals this season. - Statistics
    ST: Michy Batshuayi - Marseille (78>?) - Batshuayi has been one of the star performers in Ligue 1 this season, average almost one goal or assists per match for a struggling Marseille. It's no surprise his form has already seen him heavily linked with a move to the Premier League. - Statistics

    GSpIZO8.pngMLS:

    CB: Laurent Ciman - Montreal Impact (76>?) - Ciman immediately slotted into the starting lineup in Montreal, wearing the armband on occasion for the Impact and making his presence felt on both ends of the field. He notched two goals and two assists in 27 appearances (all starts) in his debut season and helped the Impact as they allowed 44 goals, the second fewest in the East. As a result of his good performances, the Belgian was named 2015 MLS Defender of the Year. - Statistics
    CM: Benny Feilhaber - Sporting KC (75>?) - Feilhaber is coming off a monster 2015 season where he was an MLS MVP finalist. He tallied 10 goals and 11 assists in the league and became the third player in Sporting history to break double digits in both categories. - Statistics
    LM: Fabián Castillo - FC Dallas (75>?) - The slashing winger came to MLS as a raw 18-year-old talent, terrorizing teams with his speed and 1-v-1 trickery, especially on the counterattack. But under the tutelage of Óscar Pareja, he rounded into a complete attacking player able to score, deliver service and embarrass defenders almost at will. He scored 10 goals and four assists in 2014, then notched nine and nine in an All-Star '15 campaign – and led MLS in dribbles completed per 90 minutes – as renowned Colombia coach Jose Pekerman came calling. - Statistics

    pDnPoR1.pngPrimera División:

    RB: Julio Buffarini - San Lorenzo (76>?) - Buffarini has arguably been the best RB in the whole of South America through the 15/16 season, with more than 15 clean sheets to show for. Buffarini has also contributed with goals and assists to help San Lorenzo finish second in the league and grab a Copa Libertadores spot by finishing ahead of teams such as River Plate and Racing Club. - Statistics

    5qE6W8B.pngRaiffeisen SL:

    CB: Marek Suchý - FC Basel (77>?) - Despite various personnel changes in defence, the Czech CB remained the rock of Basel defence, appearing in all but 1 game, keeping a clean sheet in over 1/3 of his games. Suchý also made it into the dream team for the year 2015. - Statistics (1/2) - Statistics (2/2)
    RW: Breel Donald Embolo - FC Basel (76>?) - The promising forward who is known for his powerful runs and cool finishing has been attracting the attentions of many big clubs this season and with very good reason. Winning the Raiffeisen Super League Best Player Award 2015 and propelling the Basel side forwards with a goal contribution every 125 minutes. This talented youngster has shown that he's very versatile playing both up front and off the right wing and contributed greatly from wherever he's played. It's only a case of when a big club comes in for him rather than if they will. - Statistics (1/2) - Statistics (2/2)

    DZqswAw.pngRussian League:

    GK: Stanislav Kritciuk - FC Krasnodar (77>?) - ... - Statistics
    CB: César Navas - FC Rostov (76>?) - Navas has been a rock in the centre of the league's best defence, as he has helped Rostov pull off a Leicester and challenge the the Russian Premier League title, despite almost being relegated last season. He has played almost all games and kept plenty of clean sheets already. According to Championat, he is statistically the best defender in the RPL this season, and the 12th best player overall. - Statistics
    CDM: Alan Dzagoev - CSKA Moskva (79>?) - Dzagoev has been the do it all player for CSKA this season, playing all over the pitch and wherever needed. Dzagoev has played mostly as a defensive midfielder, contributing with strong defensive performances and a couple of assists in the league. According to Championat, he is statistically the best midfielder in the RPL this season, and the 4th best player overall in the league. - Statistics
    CDM: Pontus Wernbloom - CSKA Moskva (79>?) - ... - Statistics
    RW: Quincy Promes - Spartak Moskva (80>?) - Since Promes' surprising move from FC Twente to Spartak Moskva the Dutchman hasn't failled to impress. The red and white Hulk, as the Russian sports newspaper named him earlier, tops the Premier League's top scoring charts which could lead to Promes' anticipated move to a top club in Western Europe this summer. - Statistics

    LEO1fMo.pngSerie A TIM:

    RB: Elseid Hysaj - Napoli (77>?) - After three years at Empoli Hysaj decided to join the southern Napoli. With success, as the Albanian proved to be a solid stoke in Napoli’s defensive wheel battling with Juventus for the Serie A title. - Statistics
    CB: Francesco Acerbi - Sassuolo (76>?) - ... - Statistics
    CM: Claudio Marchisio - Juventus (84>?) - Juventus had gained only 12 points from the first 10 games, and it seemed like they had a lot of work to do to turn the season around. Since then, Marchisio has succeeded in taking an important role replacing Pirlo as the deep-lying playmaker. With Marchisio's presence, the Old Lady has not lost a single game in the 15/16 season. - Statistics
    CM: Borja Valero - Fiorentina (82>?) - ... - Statistics
    LW: Alejandro Gómez - Atalanta (77>?) - If Atalanta manages to stay clear of relegation this season, it will be mainly thanks to this guy, Gómez. With goals and assists he's leading the club in both aspects, and was in fact directly involved in over 1/3 of the team goals. He's in the top 15 of highest average rating in Serie A for players with above 20 appearance and, it came as direct result of his consistency: - Statistics
    CF: Josip Iličić - Fiorentina (79>?) - After nearly being sold after some below-par displays in recent years, the Slovenian has become a shining light in the Gigliati’s title challenge under Paulo Sousa. Iličić has finally restored self-confidence, not to mention how good is the relationship with Fiorentina’s supporters right now. - Statistics

    UujfzAs.pngSouth African FL:

    LM: Siphiwe Tshabalala - Kaizer Chiefs (76>?) - Though his most famous moment came when scoring the spectacular opener to the World Cup in his home country of South Africa, Tshabalala hasn't stopped performing since then. The Kaizer Chiefs number 8 has been in fine form this season. He has scored 2 goals and garnered 9 assists in his 21 appearances, whilst starting in all 10 of his side's wins this season, helping fire the Chiefs to 4th in the league. - Statistics 1/2 - Statistics 2/2

    05Y2Y0K.pngSüper Lig:

    GK: Volkan Demirel - Fenerbahçe SK (80>?) - ... - Statistics
    CB: Simon Kjær - Fenerbahçe SK (81>?) - Kjær had his doubters from the Turkish football community, being brought in for €8 million at the beginning of the season, but after a few shaky weeks adjusting to life in Istanbul and playing with loads of new teammates, Kjær has become the undisputed leader of defense at the heart of Fenerbahçe's consistent run of results. His organizational skills, dominance in the air and very capable long range passing have been particular highlights of a very successful first campaign in Turkey, keeping his team in a very close title battle. - Statistics
    CB: Douglão - Akhisarspor (76>?) - Though his club Akhisar Belediyespor sit in 7th in the Süper Lig, Douglão is doing his best to haul them up the table. The towering centre-back has been a shining light in Akhisar's season, a rock at the back whilst also contributing at the other end of the pitch. Average more than one and a half tackles per game, four interceptions and most impressively more than eight clearances per match, he has been key in their defensive efforts. Compounding this with goals and assists, it has truly been a great season for the Brazilian. - Statistics
    RM: Edin Višća - Başakşehir (75>?) - Hot on the heels of 8 goals in 34 matches last season and a well deserved +17 pace upgrade in FIFA Ultimate Team, Višća has taken last year's performances as a stepping stone and elevated his game to greater heights. Contributing by more than an astounding 10 goals from a right mid position, he has been the undisputed star and focal point of Başakşehir, taking his team to 4th spot in the league at the moment. - Statistics
    CAM: José Sosa - Beşiktaş JK (78>?) - Beşiktaş JK, under Slaven Bilić, were already paying some great attacking football over the past few years but under the leadership of the incoming Şenol Güneş, the productivity of Beşiktaş' midfield has increased even further. Often deployed as a roaming attacking midfielder interchanging positions with the two wingers and deep playmaker, Sosa links up the play, creating lots of chances for the in form striker Mario Gomez. He regularly sends in effective crosses from the wings, and plays great 1-2's with quality short passing that leads to scoring chances. Not only that but he also partakes in his share of defensive duties as well, covering significant distances on the pitch. He is, along with Oğuzhan Özyakup, the brain behind this exciting young Beşiktaş team, who are in a very close title battle against Fenerbahçe. - Statistics
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  • Smudge
    5077 posts Big Money Move
    Hype
  • Bidwell
    8359 posts League Winner
    edited March 2016
    shall edit this post throughout the process to demonstrate the true TOTS not @Sokker14's dutch biased one.
  • LS
    314 posts Sunday League Hero
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  • sned777
    10620 posts Has That Special Something
    Dzagoev? Many better RPL players than him. I will post them eventually.
  • Bidwell
    8359 posts League Winner
    sned777 wrote: »
    Dzagoev? Many better RPL players than him. I will post them eventually.

    disagree. Dzagoev is a true player and a fine choice.

    Get him in @Sokker14
  • Liam9lfc
    8542 posts League Winner
    Smudge wrote: »
    Hype

  • Aarong222
    15500 posts Moderator
    Gold Wickham IMO
  • Bidwell
    8359 posts League Winner
    might i suggest the real unsung hero of this premier league season, one Shinji Okazaki.

    Rock whenever he's played, great workrate, scored a GOAT goal, they've looked far more convincing whenever he steps on the pitch.
  • Bidwell
    8359 posts League Winner
    Aarong222 wrote: »
    Gold Wickham IMO

    Which Ipswich player is getting in the silver team this year @Aarong222
  • Thatoe
    425 posts Sunday League Hero
    Liam9lfc wrote: »
    Smudge wrote: »
    Hype

  • Arkadiusz Milik
    10838 posts Has That Special Something
    Tete!
  • Bidwell
    8359 posts League Winner
    Tete!

    i heard Cillessen was a good choice @Arkadiusz Milik
    Thoughts?
  • Aarong222
    15500 posts Moderator
    Bidwell wrote: »
    Aarong222 wrote: »
    Gold Wickham IMO

    Which Ipswich player is getting in the silver team this year @Aarong222

    I have been banned from doing so D:
  • Madrisimo
    102 posts Has Potential To Be Special
    Oblak (Atl. Madrid/La Liga) - 14 goals conceded in 30 La Liga games
  • ALZAYYY
    2237 posts Fans' Favourite
    Id loveeee a tots giroud ❤️
  • Arkadiusz Milik
    10838 posts Has That Special Something
    edited March 2016
    Bidwell wrote: »
    Tete!

    i heard Cillessen was a good choice @Arkadiusz Milik
    Thoughts?

    Best GK in the Eredivisie but i think that Bazoer deserves the place in the MC TOTS more then him... Cillessen should get into the Benalux one...
  • Madrisimo
    102 posts Has Potential To Be Special
    Ruben Castro (Real Betis/La Liga) - 15 goals
  • Bidwell
    8359 posts League Winner
    In all seriousness from the Prem,

    Toby Alderweireld, Moussa Dembele, Kante and VVD are all worth a mention. Kante and Toby particularly should 100% be in.
  • juniorcbr
    7744 posts League Winner
    LS wrote: »
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    Absolutely! @Sned, why are you the only one that doesn't see how good he was all year?
  • Sokker14
    4247 posts National Call-Up
    Slowly adding players. If I don't add a player you mention, don't worry. More will follow.
  • Madrisimo
    102 posts Has Potential To Be Special
    Roberto Soldado (Villareal/ La Liga) - 4 goals 8 Assists
    Toni Kroos (Real Madrid/ La Liga) - 1 goal 8 Assists
    Koke (Atl. Madrid/La Liga) - 3 goals 9 Assists
  • Bidwell
    8359 posts League Winner
    juniorcbr wrote: »
    LS wrote: »
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    Absolutely! @Sned, why are you the only one that doesn't see how good he was all year?

    he's biased, sad to see really.

    #AlINDzagoev
  • A Gamer
    4136 posts National Call-Up
    Alderweireld
    Kante
    Dembele
    VvD
    Monreal
    Giroud
  • sned777
    10620 posts Has That Special Something
    juniorcbr wrote: »
    LS wrote: »
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    Absolutely! @Sned, why are you the only one that doesn't see how good he was all year?

    I'm not. I'm saying there are more deserving from the RPL.

    Promes
    Navas
    Noboa
    Wernbloom.
  • MJP
    5944 posts Big Money Move
    Virgil van Dijk should be in. I'll make a post in a bit with statistics/proof as to why I believe so but I'm sure most PL viewers would agree as it is.
  • Nacho Monreal. Elite player.
  • Bidwell
    8359 posts League Winner
    mfw we normally 🎃🎃🎃🎃 about with squawka stats, yet the OP himself has linked 🎃🎃🎃🎃 whoscored.

    deary me.
  • da-bever
    679 posts An Exciting Prospect
    Tete!

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