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Agbonlahor Or Anelka? Rate On Talentspotter

Agbonlahor Or Anelka?  Rate On Talentspotter

Agbonlahor or Anelka? Mido or Modric? Nosworthy or Nasri? Arteta or Ashton? Torres or Taylor? Sharp or Strevens?

They’re your players. You decide who’s best

With the Premier League big guns joining the party that began in the Football League last weekend, the 2008/09 season is now well and truly underway.

But which players are the form horses and who are the carthorses?

Is your new signing going to transform your team? Or has the gaffer bagged a(nother) duffer?

Did the opposition No.10 blow you away? Or have you spotted the weakness in the heart of their defence?

FootballTalentspotter.com is where you – the fans – decide who are the best and worst players in Britain.

No matter how your boys got on at the weekend, FootballTalentspotter.com wants to hear from you.

Give us your marks out of 10 for the players at your club – and the players you’ve just faced.

Your ratings will count in the Hotlists, the first up-to-the-minute rankings of every professional player in Britain (Prem, Football League, SPL) – by the fans who watch them every week.

There are prizes for the best fans’ verdicts.

And when you get bored of looking at hairy, sweaty shirts, you can always take a peek at their WAGs.

Get rating now at FootballTalentspotter.com



Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Writer:J P Fear
Date:Monday August 18 2008
Time: 10:35AM

Comments

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It seems that an unsporting individual could give a player they don't like 0 every week, making the results unrealistic.
keithlees1978
18/08/2008 11:13:00
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we dont want our players rated high else teams get interested
shortshadyuk
18/08/2008 12:26:00
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You cant compare, some players have good weeks (Gabi/Ashton) but are not consistently that good. Only few players have consistent form (Fab, Ronaldo, gerrard, Lamps, A. Young etc).
leelindsay
18/08/2008 12:34:00
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i agree fab and ronaldo but i would hardley say gerrard and especialy lamps are consistant
Astonian Villan
18/08/2008 13:12:00
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Negative way of looking at things shortshadyuk, think positive. On the contrary, surely we want to see our players in the spotlight, means we're successful, as opposed to out of the limelight, and not successful. Makes sense I think.
glensider
18/08/2008 21:58:00
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See the name Nyron Nosworthy up there in the article. Now there's a player I've never really thought too much of, one way or the other,well actually if I'm honest I thought him something of a donkey. But man, that performance of his for Sunderland on Saturday evening was top drawer. He looked a more than very useful central defender. Roy Keane has got himself a good 'un there.
glensider
18/08/2008 22:01:00
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