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International break draft, anyone fancy it?

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1 minute ago, Alex_K said:

I will play .. although I imagine it'll get much less engagement now its been eradicated from the main forum for whatever reason. Little visibility.

Main forum? The GF is the main forum... 

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I’ll play if we’re more strict with deadline for picking your players. I can’t be having 3 days between picks.

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Who is in then? Ill get the rules suggestions up if/once we get 8. Definitely can't have a repeat of the delays last time. 8 hour windows max 

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I'm going to do the points category. Elite teams 5 points, poorer teams less and a quota of points per team. 

 

I'll put the thread up in a bit 

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12 minutes ago, MegadriveMan said:

I can probably do this. Off work until Monday as the Mrs is having an operation tomorrow.

 

How about players that have either gone on loan or made a free transfer as the subject.

That sounds like hard work.

 

I'd prefer something easy like a player that's kicked a ball.

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Im thinking what I said earlier. 

 

Points if they played have or did play more than 100 games for either club based on the table below (Professional debut must not have been before 1/1/1990, can not have played over 100 games for more than 1 of the below clubs or you forfeit both clubs for that selection e.g.; If Player A played 100 games for Chelsea and 99 games for Inter Milan you lose just Chelsea and 5 points, if he has played 100 for Inter than you would lose 7 points and both sides) :

 

5 Points, Real Madrid, Barcelona, Man City, Liverpool, Man Utd, Chelsea, Bayern Munich

4 Points, Atletico Madrid, Arsenal, Spurs, Juventus, Dortmund, PSG, AC Milan

3 Points, Ajax, Newcastle, Inter Milan, Roma, Monaco, Napoli, Valencia

2 Points Porto, Benfica, Celtic, Fiorentina, Galatasaray, Marseilles, Leverkusen

1 Point, Everton, Feyenoord, Villareal, Udinese, Shakhtar Donetsk, Basel, Steaua Bucharest

 

Your team can not exceed 30 points. 

 

 

Thoughts? 

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