Lower League/Very Cheap players.

Discussion in 'Players Forum' started by Dan the monkey, Jan 22, 2006.

  1. Thread for all the decent freebies/cheap players.

    Ill start off;

    Roopi Matsi - GK - 3k - 7.56 average in league 1.
    Ben Watson - CF - ? - Bangs um in, not as effective higher up.
    Henning Haugher - AM - 24k- Great stats, 18 for technique! Takes awhile to settle.

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  2. 10-hassan-10

    10-hassan-10 Youth Team

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    What about Lebohang Mokoena (FC,AMR) very good youngster cost about 80k and has good potential
     
  3. Zlatan

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    Nathan Joynes is surely one of the best LL strikers. He signed for me when I played as Stevenage for little money. Still doing fine in the prem now.
     
  4. dirion

    dirion Senior Squad

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    If you are looking for a very cheap and VERY talented goalie, you really should bye Lasse Staw from Fredrikstad, costs about 60-70k:)
     
  5. Another decent goalie, Jorge Stiel, for a 38 year old he has great stats, and does wonders for 1/2 season at coference standards.
     
  6. barthez4

    barthez4 Senior Squad

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    Toni Koskela (I forget what team) - AM/F RC - I bought for 14k pounds

    Can play on the right wing, as a striker, attacking midfielder, or a forward. He has 15 or so in Finishing, Passing, Long Shots, and a lot of other attributes.
     
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    C├ęsar Peixoto...he's the best free kick taker in the game, period.
     
      

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