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Why are Norwegians so good at FPL?

Norway this season occupied 10.89% of top 10k managers. In 18/19 season they had 20% in top 1k yet they had only 3% of total overall managers playing the game then.
What is their secret? Does it have anything to do with the Fantasy Football course offered in university?
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A comprehensive guide to (most) transfers in the Bundesliga

A new Bundesliga season starts today! What a glorious day full of wonder and excitement. Bayern München won the treble last season after only drawing and losing four times each across all competitions. To phrase that differently: they’ve won every single match in the Champions League and never went to a penalty shootout in the DFB-Pokal. Here’s to another exciting Bundesliga season.
But what happened over the short summer break, you wonder? A lot for some clubs, astonishingly few for others. The transfer window may still be open until October, but I still decided to take a look at new arrivals and departures in the German top flight. And by “take a look”, I mean, “hurriedly cobbled together a brief overview today”. Can you spot where I started to lose interest?
Anyway, I hope some of you find this interesting or helpful in some way.

FC Bayern München

New first kit

Transfers out

Most of their outgoing players are loanees returning to their clubs, namely Ivan Perišić, Philippe Coutinho, and Álvaro Odriozola. Perišić came in to bolster the squad and be an experienced option for rotation. He did exactly that, playing quite regularly, accumulating eight goals and ten assists. Coutinho too rarely showed his class and most likely won’t be missed much. Odriozola played a grand total of 179 minutes across all competitions, so you can probably guess how sad everyone at the club is to see him go. One loss is much more important than all of these combined, however. Thiago, the midfield maestro, leaves for a rumoured fee of about €30 million to Liverpool. This departure weighs heavy. It’s tough to ascertain how much this will impact Bayern, but given they don’t want to sign a replacement, it will certainly be interesting to watch how well they’ll cope without him. Corentin Tolisso and Michaël Cuisance could step up and fill that Spanish gap, yet I remain doubtful that Tolisso has that quality or that Cuisance is ready for that.

Transfers in

Tanguy Kouassi is a young French centre-back signed on a free from PSG, who unfortunately missed the pre-season and will return in October. Rumours persist that Lucas Hernández could leave, and Jérôme Boateng ain’t getting younger either. Considering that, barring any further signings on that position, he’ll get his minutes. Adrian Fein returns from his loan to second league side Hamburg, where the young midfielder impressed in the first half of the season, only to drop off in the second half. Can he be the new Thiago? Probably not. Alexander Nübel comes in as a new goalkeeper to put pressure on Manuel Neuer. His contract supposedly ensures him 15 apps this season. If that’s true, we might see more of his trademark blunders that saw him temporarily lose his starting spot at Schalke last season. Last but not least, Leroy Sané. Bayern’s most important signing. An elite winger added to the roster, combining pace and technical skill, he’s sure to put his mark on his second stint in the Bundesliga, much to the detriment of every other German club.

Potential breakout players

Here I’ll highlight one or two players who I believe might have their breakout season, like Alphonso Davies last year (but probably no one I mention will reach that level, let’s be real). Joshua Zirkzee, the young Dutch striker, scored four times in the few matches he played last season. He won’t bench Lewandowski, but I can see him getting more minutes and developing further into a proper rotational player. Other than that, despite my reservations, Cuisance could very well make a huge step and be a more important player for Bayern this season behind the likes of Joshua Kimmich or Leon Goretzka.

Borussia Dortmund

New first kit

Transfers out

Probably their most famous yet completely unsurprising departure is the prodigal son Mario Götze. An overall disappointing second time at Dortmund comes to an anticlimactic close, his future still in the stars. More noteworthy from a sporting perspective is Achraf Hakimi leaving, who has set up camp at Inter where he’ll sprint up and down the right flank. Most Dortmund fans will agree that while he was incredibly important, he’s far from being irreplaceable. His defensive work left a lot to be desired, a weak spot he couldn’t always compensate for with great runs and goal-scoring instinct. Other than that, a couple youngsters left. Centre-back Leonardo Balerdi plays on loan for Marseille, while midfielder Immanuel Pherai will spend next season at Zwolle. Both could have a future in black and yellow, but it’s somewhat doubtful for both. Oh, André Schürrle also ended his career.

Transfers in

Reinier came in on loan from Real Madrid to strengthen the attack and provide much needed depth. Whether he’ll amount to more remains to be seen, as he was injured/unfit for most of the pre-season. Thomas Meunier was signed from PSG to offset Hakimi’s departure (along with Mateu Morey). The experienced right-back will likely be a starter and should help the youngsters in the team. Speaking of which, Dortmund also signed 17-year-old Jude Bellingham. Some wondered whether he’d be good enough to be an immediate help. His performance against Duisburg in the DFB-Pokal last Monday served as a first glimpse of his massive talent. He might not be an undisputed starter for all of the season, but he’ll be an important player nonetheless.

Potential breakout players

Bellingham, unsurprisingly. Other than that, Dortmund’s got another treat for the American fans: Gio Reyna should play regularly and continue his good showings of last season.

RB Leipzig

New first kit

Transfers out

A giant, Timo Werner-shaped hole yawns in Leipzig’s offense after his transfer to Chelsea. In 45 matches in the 19/20 season, he scored 34 goals and assisted 13 more. Impeccable numbers that are almost impossible to compensate for. Another significant loss is Patrik Schick, who was loaned from Roma. Not quite as proficient as Werner, he nevertheless scored 10 goals in the league. The Austrian midfielder Hannes Wolf missed significant parts of last season due to injury, after his return only playing for 53 minutes in five matches. Shouldn’t be too difficult to compensate for this loss. The same can be said about centre-back Ethan Ampadu, who returns to Chelsea after only having played a combined total of 277 minutes. Second goalkeeper Yvon Mvogo went to PSV on loan.

Transfers in

Filling Werner’s shoes is a daunting task, one that Leipzig hope Hwang Hee-Chan will accomplish. In a rare, unprecedented event no one could have seen coming, he came in from RB Salzburg for the huge sum of €9 million. He’ll score a couple goals and, being just 24 years old, could develop into a very fine player, but overall a downgrade in quality and depth (given he technically replaces both Werner and Schick). Spanish goalkeeper Josep Martínez, who I’ve never heard of before, replaces Mvogo. Benjamin Henrichs comes in from Monaco to provide depth on the right side. He knows the Bundesliga from his time at Leverkusen, thus he shouldn’t have too much trouble acclimating. Arguably the most interesting signing is Lazar Samardžić from Hertha BSC. The 18-year-old offensive midfielder is regarded as a huge talent, many big clubs were said to be interested in him. This move could have come too early for him, although training under Julian Nagelsmann shouldn’t be to his detriment.

Potential breakout players

After his somewhat disappointing debut season for Leipzig, Dani Olmo will be a mainstay for Leipzig and finally prove himself in a big league. The latter holds true for Hwang Hee-chan, who scored plenty of goals in Austria already.

Borussia Mönchengladbach

New first kit

Transfers out

This transfer window was rather uneventful for Gladbach. Both Raffael and Fabian Johnson have run out their contracts and are now free agents. The former will be dearly missed, if mostly just because of sentimental values and less so for his performances last season. 30-year-old midfielder Tobias Strobl, while always reliable, shouldn’t be difficult to replace either after his transfer to Augsburg.

Transfers in

Also very restrained, something we’ll be seeing more of now with the other clubs still to come. Hannes Wolf, mentioned just above, should improve Gladbach’s midfield as a regular starter. Valentino Lazaro joins on loan from Inter. Planned to be a starter as well, he is out injured for at least another month or two. Another one for the Americans: Joseph Scally, a young right-back, could play for a few minutes here and there until Lazaro’s return.

Potential breakout players

Hannes Wolf should finally be able to demonstrate his class.

Bayer 04 Leverkusen

New first kit

Transfers out

On the one hand, merely two important players left Leverkusen this summer. However, these two players are none other than Kevin Volland and Kai Havertz. Volland was, is and never will be a world class player, but he could always be relied upon to score and assist a decent amount. I don’t need to tell you about Havertz, just ask a Chelsea fan.

Transfers in

Well, this one’s gonna be quick. Patrik Schick, after his loan at Leipzig ended, decided to come back to Germany and play for Leverkusen. He should comfortably fill in for Volland. That’s it for now, but Peter Bosz already said they’d like to sign more players, especially to compensate for Havertz leaving.

Potential breakout players

Florian Wirtz will be among the hottest young prospects in Germany and potentially Europe this season. The young winger played a decent amount already last season, where he showed his talent, and it’s likely he’ll make the next step now. Exequiel Palacios, an Argentinian midfielder, couldn’t establish himself last season, but I can see him become an important part of the squad.

TSG Hoffenheim

New first kit

Transfers out

Nothing too interesting, to be honest. Leonardo Bittencourt moves permanently to Werder Bremen after his loan, Steven Zuber goes to Eintracht Frankfurt after a disappointing season, and Gregor Kobel stays with VfB Stuttgart after his loan there.

Transfers in

A quick glance at their squad on Transfermarkt reveals that five of their defenders are injured, among them Konstantinos Stafylidis, their only trained left-back after Zuber left. You’d think they’d have signed someone else for that position, but nope, apparently not. Pavel Kaderabek played as left wing-back in the Pokal, but he’s also injured now. The only player they’ve signed thus far for the first team is Mijat Gaćinović from Frankfurt, a decently talented offensive midfielder who can’t score for the life of him, except against Bayern in a DFB-Pokal final.

Potential breakout players

Christoph Baumgartner, same as last season. While he was good, he wasn’t quite at the point of garnering as much (international) attention as he is capable of.

VfL Wolfsburg

New first kit

Transfers out

With Felix Udokhai, Marcel Tisserand, and Felix Knoche, three centre-backs left Wolfsburg.

Transfers in

To compensate for that, they’ve signed 20-year-old French Maxence Lacroix, who already scored a goal in their Europa League qualifier. As a backup for Wout Weghorst and Daniel Ginczek, they’ve also signed the 18-year-old Polish striker Bartosz Białek. For €5 million, they’re obviously certain of his abilities and talent.

Potential breakout players

Well, I don’t really see anyone else besides these two signings to potentially have a breakout season, so yeah, I suppose it’s them.

SC Freiburg

New first kit

Transfers out

Striker Luca Waldschmidt (now at Benfica) and centre-back Robin Koch (now at Leeds) will be difficult to replace for Freiburg. Regular goalkeeper Alexander Schwolow left for Hertha BSC, talented centre-back Nico Schlotterbeck will play for Union Berlin, and the experienced Mike Frantz also left. Quite a bloodletting, but all things considered, it’s to be expected for Freiburg.

Transfers in

A striker by the name of Ermedin Demirović arrived, who scored a respectable 14 goals for St. Gallen last season. As a reaction to designated first keeper Mark Flekken’s injury, Freiburg loaned Florian Müller from Mainz. Offensive midfielder Guus Til comes in from Spartak Moscow. And with defensive midfielder Baptiste Santamaria, Freiburg has a new record signing, with a fee of €10 million.

Potential breakout players

Freiburg produces new top talents practically every season. This year, it could be Woo-yeong Jeong, but if recent history has taught us anything, it’ll probably be someone no one’s heard of before.

Eintracht Frankfurt

New first kit

Transfers out

A lot of experience left Frankfurt in the form of Marco Russ, Jonathan de Guzmán, and Gelson Fernandes. As previously mentioned, Gaćinović was sold to Hoffenheim, who will be remembered as never having fulfilled what many fans hoped he one day would. Gonçalo Paciência was surprisingly loaned to Schalke.

Transfers in

Ragnar Ache, a young striker, could potentially fill Paciência’s gap. Zuber comes in from Hoffenheim and André Silva is bought after his loan. Aside from that, it’s mainly loanees returning, like Jetro Willems or Aymen Barkok. It’s quite likely we’ll see some of them leave again.

Potential breakout players

If Daichi Kamada manages to score and assist more (consistently), he could prove to be very important for Frankfurt.

Hertha BSC

New first kit

Transfers out

Vedad Ibišević left for Schalke, Per Ciljan Skjelbred is back in Norway, Salomon Kalou is also gone, Ondrej Duda now plays for Köln, and the aforementioned Samardžić who is now at Leipzig. The end of Marko Grujic’s loan will prove to be more severe, I reckon.

Transfers in

Alexander Schwolow from Freiburg, who made a poor first impression during Big City Club™ Hertha Berlin’s DFB-Pokal loss to promoted second division side Eintracht Braunschweig. Deyovaisio Zeefuik (you can bet your butt I copy-pasted that) comes in from Groningen. Since Berlin sold Duda to Köln, they thought they might as well get Jhon Córdoba from them. A good striker, if he keeps up his recent form.

Potential breakout players

Javairô Dilrosun, because it’s about time for him.

Union Berlin

New first kit

Transfers out

A lot of players left Union, but most of them aren’t too noteworthy. Striker Sebastian Andersson, now with Köln, is a heavy loss, as could be goalkeeper Rafal Gikiewicz, who was basically swapped with Augsburg’s Andreas Luthe.

Transfers in

Max Kruse comes back from Turkey to play for Union Berlin of all clubs. Not many people would’ve seen that coming a year ago, I assume. Felix Knoche from Wolfsburg and Niko Gießelmann from Düsseldorf should immediately strengthen the squad, and Schalke’s Cedric Teuchert can prove he’s good enough for the Bundesliga.

Potential breakout players

Max Kruse, obviously.

FC Schalke 04

New first kit

Transfers out

Juan Miranda and Jean-Clair Todibo leave Schalke besides Cedric Teuchert, and none of them need a direct replacement due to their negligible importance in the squad. Alexander Nübel leaves for Bayern, Daniel Caligiuri goes to Augsburg, and Weston McKenny will play for Juventus for whatever reason. Jonjoe Kenny also returns to Everton.

Transfers in

Several loanees return, like Steven Skrzybski, Mark Uth, Ralf Fährmann, Sebastian Rudy, and Nabil Bentaleb. Apart from Skrzybski, these are players with ambitions to be regular starters and at least a modicum of quality, even if most of them couldn’t demonstrate it in the royal blue kits. Otherwise, Vedad Ibišević adds… something to the squad, and Gonçalo Paciência could be a decent striker this season.

Potential breakout players

Can Bozdogan was one of the few bright spots of Schalke’s terrible last season. If he builds on that and David Wagner trusts him, he should develop nicely.

FSV Mainz 05

New first kit

Transfers out

Mainz, for once, don’t appear to have lost any vital players. Most important of the outgoing players is probably centre-back Jeffrey Bruma, now back at Wolfsburg after his loan. Goalkeeper Florian Müller left for Freiburg.

Transfers in

No big departures means no significant incoming transfers. Mainz signed centre-back Luca Kilian from relegated SC Paderborn.

Potential breakout players

17-year-old Paul Nebel was subbed in during Mainz’ DFB-Pokal victory, where he assisted a goal. Perhaps it’s a sign of things to come.

FC Köln

New first kit

Transfers out

Jhon Córdoba, the legendary Simon Terodde, and Mark Uth ー three strikers. No one of particular importance apart from that.

Transfers in

Coming in from Union Berlin, Sebastian Andersson is supposed to compensate for those three strikers leaving. Köln also brought in goalkeeper Ron-Robert Zieler as a backup and to put pressure on Timo Horn. Offensive midfielder Ondrej Duda also joins from Hertha BSC.

Potential breakout players

Left-back Noah Katterbach is in a similar position as Hoffenheim’s Baumgartner. Very promising previous season, but will show even more this year,

FC Augsburg

New first kit

Transfers out

Augsburg legend Daniel Baier left after his contract wasn’t renewed, as has Andreas Luthe. Striker Sergio Córdova will gather valuable playing time on loan at Arminia Bielefeld, similar to centre-back Kevin Danso at Düsseldorf. As has correctly been pointed out, I forgot about Philipp Max leaving Augsburg. The left-back joined PSV for €8 million, a steal even in these times. He's been an integral part of Augsburg's squad for the past years, staying longer than most would have thought.

Transfers in

Centre-back Felix Udokhai is signed permanently after his loan, Rafał Gikiewicz is the new regular goalkeeper, and Daniel Caligiuri will show his Schalke magic on the wings. Tobias Strobl will also add experience to the midfield.

Potential breakout players

I think Ruben Vargas could prove that he’s destined for greater things than playing for Augsburg, with all due respect.

Werder Bremen

New first kit

Transfers out

Nuri Sahin, Fin Bartels, Claudio Pizarro, Sebastian Langkamp, Philipp Bargfrede ㅡ a combined age of 168 years, or an average of 33.6 years. Centre-back Kevin Vogt also left, a greenhorn in comparison with his 28 years of age.

Transfers in

Leonardo Bittencourt stays permanently after his loan, as does Ömer Toprak. Left-back Felix Agu arrives from VfL Osnabrück on a free, same with Patrick Erras from Nürnberg. Bremen also loaned Tahith Chong from Manchester United, showing them how to sign a winger.

Potential breakout players

Probably Tahith Chong, who’s left a good first impression after scoring a goal against Carl Zeiss Jena in the DFB-Pokal. 18-year-old striker Nick Woltemade could see a lot of playing time, as well.

Arminia Bielefeld

New first kit

Transfers out

The loss of right-back Jonathan Clauss likely concerns many Bielefeld fans. He was an important player and integral to their promotion. Most of the other departures hurt from a sentimental perspective. Honestly, it’s remarkable how they’ve managed to keep their squad together.

Transfers in

Several interesting players. Ritsu Doan, a Japanese right-winger on loan from PSV, centre-back Mike van der Hoorn from Swansea City, and striker Sergio Córdova from Augsburg ㅡ all of them on loan. Add to that someone like Austrian winger Christian Gebauer, and you’ve got yourself a promising squad.

Potential breakout players

Centre-back Amos Pieper had a great last season in the second league, and hopes in Bielefeld are high that he continues where he left off. And finally, after all this time, Fabian Klos arrives in the Bundesliga to tear it apart. Dread it, run from, the Klos still arrives.

VfB Stuttgart

New first kit

Transfers out

Anastasios Donis and Chadrac Akolo, two attackers, left for French clubs. Just like right-back Pablo Maffeo, who now plays in Spain, they only ever showed glimpses of what they’re capable of. Sadly, we also have to bid farewell to the one and only Mario Gómez. Press the button to pay your respects.

Transfers in

Centre-back Konstantinos Mavropanos arrives on loan from Arsenal, but faces tough competition from the other new centre-back Waldemar Anton. Wataru Endo bolsters the defensive midfield, goalkeeper Gregor Kobel stays after his loan.

Potential breakout players

What I’ve seen of Silas Wamangituka has been quite impressive, and I assume he’ll play at least an alright first season in the top flight.
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Americans Playing abroad today: 9/19-20/20

September 19th
Europe (Rating per FotMob/whoscored if provided)
La Liga (Spain)
Yunus Musah (Valencia CF) Started at RM and played 84‘ in a 2-1 Loss against Celta Vigo (6.2/6.32) 21/27 passing, 2 crosses, 1/1 accurate long balls, 39 touches, 5/11 duels won, 1/1 successful dribbles, 1 time dispossessed, 2 fouls, 3/4 successful tackles, 0/1 aerials won, 4 recoveries Match Highlights

Segunda Division
Shaq Moore (CD Tenerife) Started at RB and went the full 90‘ in a 2-0 Win against Alcorcon (6.0/-) 11/22 passing, 3 crosses, 1/5 accurate long balls. 0/1 accurate long ball, 42 touches, 7/8 duels won, 2 times fouled, 1/1 successful tackles, 4/5 aerials won, 5 recoveries Match Highlights
Samuel Shashoua (CD Tenerife) Subbed on in the 86th‘ in a 2-0 Win against Alcorcon (-/-) 0/2 passing, 1 cross, 0/1 accurate long ball, 3 touches, 1 recovery

Championship (English 2nd Division)
Bradley Johnson (Blackburn Rovers) Started at CM and went the full 90‘ in a 5-0 Win against Wycombe (7.9/8.61) 1/2 shots on target, 55/67 passing, 1 cross, 2/6 accurate long balls, 1 key pass, 92 touches, 13/21 duels won, 2 clearances, 2/2 successful dribbles, 2 times fouled, 4 fouls, 2/5 successful tackles, 5/9 duels won, 2 interceptions, 7 recoveries Match Highlights
Alex Mighten (Nottingham Forest) Subbed on in the 81st‘ in a 2-0 Loss against Cardiff City (-/6.15) 0/1 shots on target, 3/3 passing, 3 crosses, 9 touches, 1/1 duels won, 1/1 successful dribbles Match Highlights

League 1
Niall Mason (Peterborough United) Subbed on in the 77th‘ in a 2-1 Win against Fleetwood Town. Assisted on the game tying goal in the 91st’ (7.1/6.84) 11/15 passing, 1 cross, 0/3 accurate long balls, 1 key pass, 22 touches, 1/1 duels won, 1/1 aerials won Match Highlights
Lynden Gooch (Sunderland AFC) Subbed on in the 77th‘ in a 2-0 Win against Oxford United. Scored the teams 2nd goal in the 82nd’ (6.9/7.32) 2/2 shots on target, 3/5 passing, 1 cross, 0/1 accurate long ball, 12 touches, 1/7 duels won, 1/1 successful dribbles, 2 times dispossessed, 1 foul, 0/3 aerials won, 2 recoveries Match Highlights
Indiana Vassilev (Burton Albion on loan from Aston Villa) Subbed on in the 61st‘ in a 2-1 Win against Accrington Stanley (6.3/6.20) 5/6 passing, 0/1 accurate long ball. 10 touches, 2/3 duels won, 1 time fouled, 1/1 successful tackles, 0/1 aerials won, 2 recoveries Match Highlights
Marlon Fossey (Shrewsbury Town on loan from Fulham) Started at RB and played 84‘ in a 2-1 Loss against Northampton Town (6.3/6.56) 22/35 passing, 1 cross, 4/6 accurate long balls, 1 key pass, 54 touches, 7/11 duels won, 2 clearances, 1 time dispossessed, 2/2 successful tackles, 5/8 aerials won, 1 interception Match Highlights

League 2
Charlie Kelman (Southend United) Started at ST and played 70’ in a 2-0 Loss against Carlisle United (6.1/6.14) 6/11 passing, 1 key pss, 15 touches, 1/5 duels won, 1 clearance, 1/1 successful dribbles, 1 foul, 0/3 aerials won, 1 recovery Match Highlights

Bundesliga (Germany)
Giovanni Reyna (Borussia Dortmund) Started at CAM and played 77‘ in a 3-0 Win against Borussia Monchengladbach. Scored his first Bundesliga goal and the game winner in the 35th’ as well as drawing a penalty leading to the 2nd goal (7.7/7.85) 1/1 shots on target, 30/30 passing, 2 crosses, 1/1 accurate long balls, 1 key pass, 43 touches, 3/9 duels won, 0/1 successful dribbles, 3 times dispossessed, 3 times fouled, 1 foul, 2 recoveries Match Highlights Personal Highlights
Timothy Chandler (Eintracht Frankfurt) Subbed on in the 87th‘ in a 1-1 draw with Arminia Bielefeld (-/6.12) 2/3 passing, 1 cross, 8 touches, 1/1 duels won, 1/1 successful dribbles Match Highlights
Josh Sargent (SV Werder Bremen) Started at LAM and went the full 90’ in a - against Hertha Berlin (6.0/6.24) 1/1 shots on target, 0/1 accurate long balls, 1 key pass, 33 touches, 4/10 duels won, 1 clearance, 2 times dispossessed, 1 time fouled, 1 foul, 1/2 successful tackles,1/4 aerials won, 1 interception, 4 recoveries Match Highlights

3. Liga
Chris Richards (FC Bayern Munich II) Started at LCB and went the full 90’ in a 2-2 draw with Turkgucu Munich. Picked up a yellow in the 84th’ (-/-) 1st Half 2nd Half Match Highlights
Malik Tillman (FC Bayern Munich II) Started at LST and went the full 90’ in a 2-2 draw with Turkgucu Munich (-/-)
Ryan Malone (VfB Lubeck) Started at RCB and went the full 90’ in a 1-1 draw with Saarbrucken (-/-) Match Highlights
Maurice Malone (SV Wehen Wiesbaden on loan from FC Augsburg) Subbed on in the 85th‘ in a 0-0 draw with SC Verl (-/-) Match Highlights

Ligue 2 (French 2nd Division)
Nicholas Gioacchini (SM Caen) Started at RW and played 46‘ in a 0-0 draw with Chambly (5.9/-) 14/16 passing, 1 cross, 28 touches, 5/12 duels won, 1 clearance, 1 time dispossessed, 2 times fouled, 0/1 successful tackles, 2/5 aerials won, 2 recoveries

Liga NOS (Portugal)
Reggie Cannon (Boavista FC) Started at RB and went the full 90‘ in a 3-3 draw with Nacional (5.6/6.18) 23/24 passing, 2 crosses, 40 touches, 4/8 duels won, 1/1 successful dribbles, 2 times fouled, 2 fouls, 1/1 successful tackles, 0/2 aerials won, 2 recoveries Match Highlights Personal Highlights

Jupiler Pro League (Belgium)
Joseph Efford (Waasland-Beveren) Started at LM and went the full 90‘ in a 4-2 Loss against Anderlecht. Assisted on the teams 1st goal in the 64th’ (6.8/6.98) 0/1 shots on target 10/11 passing, 3 crosses, 2 key passes, 27 touches, 4/11 duels won, 3 times dispossessed, 3 fouls, 2/3 successful tackles, 1/2 aerials won, 3 recoveries

Eredivisie (Netherlands)
Desevio Payne (FC Emmen) Subbed on in the 89th‘ in a 2-1 Loss against PSV (-/5.99) 1/1 passing, 4 touches, 0/1 duels won, 2 clearances, 0/1 aerials won, 1 recovery Match Highlights

Super Lig (Turkey)
Tyler Boyd (Besiktas JK) Started at LM and went the full 90‘ in a 1-1 draw with Antalyaspor. Picked up a yellow in the 62nd’ (6.6/6.70) 0/1 shots on target, 22/27 passing, 4 crosses, 2 key passes, 53 touches, 8/21 duels won, 4/7 successful dribbles, 2 times fouled, 6 fouls, 1/2 successful tackles, 02 aerials won, 4 recoveries Match Highlights

Premier League (Scotland)
Scott Pittman (Livingston FC) Started at RST and went the full 90‘ in a 3-2 Loss against Celtic (-/6.68) Match Highlights
Ian Harkes (Dundee United FC) Started at LCM and went the full 90‘ in a 2-1 Win against St. Mirren (-/6.88) Match Highlights
Danny Rogers (Kilmarnock FC) Started at GK and went the full 90’ in a 2-1 Win against Hamilton Academical (-/6.90) Match Highlights

Super League 1 (Greece)
Gboly Ariyibi (Panetolikos GFS) Subbed on in the 81st‘ in a 2-0 Loss against AEK Athens (-/-) Match Highlights

Protathlima Cyta (Cyprus)
Mukwelle Akale (Pafos FC) Subbed on in the 54th‘ in a 2-2 draw with Ethnikos Achnas (-/-) Match Highlights

Super League (Switzerland)
Jordan Siebatcheu (BSC Young Boys on loan from Stade Rennais FC) Subbed on in the 89th‘ in a 2-1 Win against FC Zurich (-/-) 1/2 passing, 4 touches, 0/2 duels won, 0/2 aerials won Match Highlights

Challenge League
Ilan Sauter (FC Wil 1900 on loan from FC Zurich) Started at CB and went the full 90‘ in a 3-1 Win against FC Aarau (-/-) Match Highlights
Noah Jones (FC Wil 1900) Subbed on in the 70th‘ in a 3-1 Win against FC Aarau (-/-)

Eliteserien (Norway)
Henry Wingo (Molde FK) Subbed on in the 51st‘ in a 2-1 Loss against Valerenga. Scored the lone goal in the 90th’ (7.1/-) 1/1 shots on target, 15/17 passing, 1 cross, 0/1 accurate long balls, 1 key pass, 22 touches, 0/1 duels won, 0/1 aerials won, 2 recoveries Match Highlights

Ekstraklasa (Poland)
Kenny Saief (Lechia Gdańsk) Started at CAM and played 75‘ in a 4-2 Win against Stal Mielec. Picked up a yellow in the 46th’ (-/-) Match Highlights

Fortuna Liga (Slovakia)
Eduvie Ikoba (AS Trencin) Subbed on in the 70th‘ in a 3-2 Win against Nitra (-/-) Match Highlights

Veikkausliiga (Finland)
Jacob Bushue (FC Haka) Started at LCM and went the full 90’ in a 1-1 draw with Ilves. Picked up a yellow in the 80th’ (-/-) Match Highlights

South America
Serie A (Brazil)
Johnny (Sport Club Internacional) Started at CAM and played 46‘ in a - against Fortaleza (6.7/6.86) 1/1 shots on target, 12/14 passing, 1 key pass, 22 touches, 5/9 duels won, 1/2 successful dribbles, 0/1 successful tackles, 3/6 aerials won, 1 interception, 2 recoveries Match Highlights

Liga 1 (Peru)
Ernest Nungaray (Carlos A. mannucci) Subbed on in the 68th‘ in a 1-0 Win against Deportivo Municipal (-/-) Match Highlights

September 20th
Europe (Rating per FotMob/whoscored if provided)
Bundesliga (Germany)
Tyler Adams (RB Leipzig) Started at RCM and went the full 90’ in a 3-1 Win against Mainz 05 (6.9/6.80) 80/84 passing, 4/4 accurate long balls, 1 key pass, 93 touches, 4/9 duels won, 2 times dispossessed, 1 foul, 1/3 successful tackles, 0/1 aerials won, 8 recoveries Match Highlights
John Anthony Brooks (VfL Wolfsburg) Started at LCB and went the full 90‘ in a 0-0 draw with Bayer Leverkusen (6.7/6.71) 0/1 shots on target, 41/54 passing, 7/13 accurate long balls, 65 touches, 2/5 duels won, 3 clearances, 1 foul, 0/1 successful tackles, 1/2 aerials won, 3 interception, 8 recoveries Match Highlights

2. Bundesliga
Julian Green (SpVgg Greuther Furth) Started at LW and went the full 90’ in a 1-1 draw with VfL Osnabruck. Won player of the match on Whoscored (7.4/7.78) 1/3 shots on target, 30/34 passing, 8 crosses, 7/8 accurate long balls, 5 key passes, 60 touches, 5/14 duels won, 1 clearance, 1/4 successful dribbles, 1 time dispossessed, 1 time fouled, 2 fouls, 0/2 successful tackles, 1/4 aerials won, 2 interceptions, 6 recoveries Match Highlights
Marc Heider (VfL Osnabruck) Subbed on in the 45th‘ in a 1-1 draw with Greuther Furth. Picked up a yellow in the 93rd’ (6.3/6.51) 1/1 shots on target, 9/15 passing, 1 key pass, 22 touches, 5/14 duels won, 2 clearances, 1 time fouled, 5 fouls, 4/9 aerials won

3. Liga
Justin Butler (FC Ingolstadt) Subbed on in the 80th‘ in a 2-1 Win against KFC Uerdingen (-/-) Match Highlights
Terrence Boyd (Hallescher FC) Started at ST and went the full 90’ in a 2-0 Win against Magdeburg (-/-) Match Highlights

Serie A (Italy)
Weston Mckennie (Juventus FC on loan from FC Schalke 04) Started at LCM and went the full 90‘ in a 3-0 Win against Sampdoria (7.6/7.98) 2/3 shots on target, 61/69 passing, 1 cross, 4/5 accurate long balls, 1 key pass, 94 touches, 6/12 duels won, 2 clearances, 1/1 successful dribbles, 2 fouls, 3/4 successful tackles, 1/2 aerials won, 3 interceptions, 8 recoveries Match Highlights

Ligue 1 (France)
Timothy Weah (LOSC Lille) Subbed on in the 78th‘ in a 1-1 draw with Marseille (5.8/5.68) 0/1 shots on target, 3/5 passing, 1 cross, 7 touches, 0/2 duels won, 0/2 aerials won

Eredivisie (Netherlands)
Sergino Dest (Ajax) Subbed on in the 79th‘ in a 3-0 Win against RKC Waalwijk (6.1/6.12) 0/1 shots on target, 10/11 passing, 1 cross, 16 touches, 1/2 duels won, 1 time dispossessed, 1/1 successful tackles, 2 recoveries Match Highlights
Luca de la Torre (Heracles Almelo) Started at RW and played 58‘ in a 4-0 Loss against Willem II (6.2/6.08) 12/15 passing, cross, 25 touches, 4/7 duels won, 1 clearance, 0/1 successful dribbles, 1 time fouled, 1/2 successful tackles, 1/2 aerials won, 2 recoveries

Super Lig (Turkey)
Eric Lichaj (Fatih Karagümrük) Subbed on in the 61st‘ in a 2-2 draw with Gaziantep FK (6.2/6.21) 0/1 shots on target, 15/18 passing, 0/1 accurate long balls, 1 key pass, 25 touches, 0/3 duels won, 0/1 successful dribbles, 1 foul, 0/1 aerials won, 1 interception Match Highlights

Bundesliga (Austria)
Erik Palmer-Brown (Austria Wien on loan from Manchester City) Started at LCB and went the full 90’ in a 2-1 Win against Ried (7.3/-) 56/63 passing, 4/4 accurate long balls, 74 touches, 10/12 duels won, 7 clearances, 2 times fouled, 1 foul, 8/10 aerials won, 1 interception, 6 recoveries

Superliga (Denmark)
Emmanuel Sabbi (Odense Boldklub) Started at RW and played 90‘ in a 1-1 draw with FC Nordsjaelland. Won Player of the match on FotMob & Scored the team’s lone goal in the 57th’ (8.2/-) 3/5 shots on target, 8/12 passing, 38 touches, 12/17 duels won, 1/1 successful dribbles, 3 times dispossessed, 4 times fouled, 1 foul, 3/3 successful tackles, 4/5 aerials won, 2 interceptions Match Highlights
Haji Wright (SonderjyskE FC) Subbed on in the 76th‘ in a 4-1 Loss against Vejle Boldklub. Picked up a yellow in the 93rd’ (6.1/-) 0/1 shot on target, 2/5 passing, 12 touches, 4/8 duels won, 1/2 successful dribbles, 1 time fouled, 1 foul, 2/4 aerials won Match Highlights

NordicBet Liga (Danish 2nd Division)
Louicius Don Deedson (Hobro IK) Started at LW and played 73’ in a 3-2 Win against FC Fredericia. Scored the 2nd goal in the 26th’ (-/-)

Allsvenskan (Sweden)
Aron Johannsson (Hammarby IF) Started at ST and went the full 90’ in a 3-0 Loss against AIK (5.6/-) 0/3 shots on target, 11/11 passing, 21 touches, 2/9 duels won, 1 time fouled, 1 foul, 1/7 duels won Match Highlights
Nebiyou Perry (Ostersunds FK) Started at LW and played 72‘ in a 1-1 draw with Djurgarden (5.8/-) 6/14 passing, 3 crosses, 2/3 accurate long balls, 27 touches, 1/8 duels won, 1 clearance, 0/1 successful dribbles, 1 time dispossessed, 2 fouls, 1/4 aerials won, 5 recoveries Match Highlights

Superettan
Andrew Stadler (Akropolis IF) Started at and played 70‘ in a 1-1 draw with Halmstads BK. Assisted on the lone goal in the 14th’ (-/-)

Veikkausliiga (Finland)
Tim Murray (FC Honka) Started at GK and went the full 90’ in a 0-0 draw with HJK (-/-) Match Highlights
Zurab Tsiskaridze (RoPS) Started at LB and played 78‘ in a 2-0 Loss against KuPS (-/-) Match Highlights

Ykkonen
Kyle Curinga (Kokkolan Pallo-veikot) Started at RCM and played 60‘ in a 2-1 Win against AC Oulu. Picked up a yellow in the 32nd’ (-/-) Match Highlights
Will Inalien (FF Jaro) Started at ST and played 57‘ in a 1-1 draw with MYPA (-/-) Match Highlights
Ian Garrett (VPS) Started at LCB and went the full 90’ in a 1-1 draw with SJK Akatemia (-/-) Match Highlights
Emmanuel Appiah (AC Kajaani) Started at LCM and went the full 90’ in a 5-0 Loss against EIF (-/-)

1.CFL (Montenegro)
Luka Malesevic (FK Iskra Danilovgrad) Started at RCB and went the full 90‘ in a 1-1 draw with OFK Titograd (-/-)
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Americans Playing abroad today: 9/7-11/20

September 7th
Europe (Rating per FotMob/whoscored if provided)
First Division (Irish 2nd Division)
Taner Dogan (Athlone Town on loan from Dundalk FC) Started at RCM and went the full 90’ in a 3-1 Loss against Bray Wanderers. Picked up a yellow in the 15th’ (-/-) Match Highlights
Shane Doherty (Galway United FC) Started at RW and played 71‘ in a 3-0 Win against UCD (-/-) Match Highlights

1.Deild Karla (Icelandic 2nd Division)
Sito (IBV Vestmannaeyjar) Started at RW and played 72‘ in a 1-1 draw with Grindavik. Assisted on the lone goal in the 64th’ (-/-) 1st Half 2nd Half

South America
Liga 1 (Peru)
Claudio Torrejon (Sport Boys Callao) Started LDM at and played 45’ in a 2-1 Loss against CD UT Cajamarca. Picked up a yellow in the 33rd’ (-/-) Match Highlights

September 8th
Europe (Rating per FotMob/whoscored if provided)
EFL Trophy Group Stage (England)
Lynden Gooch (Sunderland AFC) Started at LM and went the full 90’ in a 8-1 Win against Aston Villa U21’s. Assisted on the 5th goal in the 77th’ (-/-) Match Highlights
Indiana Vassilev (Aston Villa U21’s) Started at ST and played 56‘ in a 8-1 Loss against Sunderland AFC. Scored the team's lone goal in the 47th’ (-/-)
Charlie Kelman (Southend United) Subbed on in the 73rd‘ in a 3-1 Loss against West Ham U21’s (-/-) Match Highlights
Folarin Balogun (Arsenal U21’s) Started at ST and played 73’ due to Injury in a 2-1 Win against Ipswich Town. Scored the game winner in the 54th’ (-/-) Match Highlights
Vaughn Covil (Forest Green) Started at RM and went the full 90’ in a 3-2 Loss against Exeter City (-/-) Match Highlights
Johnathan Tomkinson (Norwich City U21’s) Started at RCB and went the full 90’ in a 3-2 Win against Plymouth (-/-) Match Highlights
Niall Mason (Peterborough United) Started at RCB and went the full 90’ in a 5-4 Penalty Shootout Win against Burton Albion. Scored the teams 3rd goal in the 68th’ (-/-) Match Highlights

1.Divisjon (Norwegian 2nd Division)
Stefan Antonijevic (Oygarden FK) Started at LCB and went the full 90’ in a 6-1 Win against Ull/Kisa. Picked up a yellow in the 40th’ (-/-)

South America
Liga 1 (Peru)
Ernest Nungaray (Carlos A. mannucci) Started at LCM and played 64’ in a 1-1 draw with Universidad César Vallejo (-/-) Match Highlights

September 9th
Europe (Rating per FotMob/whoscored if provided)
Europa League Qualification (International)
Josh Cohen #44 (Maccabi Haifa; Israel) Started at GK and went the full 90’ in a 3-1 Win against Zeljeznicar(Bosnia & Herzegovina) (-/-) Match Highlights

Allsvenskan (Sweden)
Mix Diskerud (Helsingborg IF on loan from Manchester City) Started at RCM and went the full 90’ in a 1-1 draw with Kalmar FF (7.1/-) 1/1 shots on target, 61/72 passing, 4 crosses, 5/11 accurate long balls, 97 touches, 8/12 duels won, 7 clearances, 4 times fouled, 2 fouls, 1/2 successful tackles, 2/4 aerials won, 12 recoveries Match Highlights

Veikkausliiga (Finland)
Tim Murray (FC Honka) Started at GK and went the full 90’ in a 3-2 Win against Ilves (-/-) Match Highlights
Jacob Bushue (FC Haka) Started at RCM and went the full 90’ in a 3-2 Win against TPS (-/-) Match Highlights

September 10th
Europe (Rating per FotMob/whoscored if provided)
Europa League Qualification (International)
Kirill Aleksandr Antonov (Kalju FC; Estonia) Started at LW and played 89‘ in a 4-0 Loss against Mura(Slovenia) (-/-) Match Highlights 1st half 2nd Half

NordicBet Liga (Danish 2nd Division)
Louicius Don Deedson (Hobro IK) Started at LW and played 77‘ in a 1-1 draw with Viborg (-/-)

Allsvenskan (Sweden)
Aron Johannsson (Hammarby IF) Started at ST and played 71‘ in a 4-0 Win against IFK Gothenburg. Scored the game winner in the 20th’ (7.3/-) 1/2 shots on target, 9/15 passing, 1 key pass, 24 touches, 1/8 duels won, 0/2 successful dribbles, 1 time dispossessed, 1 time fouled, 2 fouls, 0/1 aerials won, 1 recovery Match Highlights
Nebiyou Perry (Ostersunds FK) Started at LM and went the full 90’ in a 2-2 draw with IFK Norrkoping. Won player of the match on Fotmob (7.8/-) 0/1 shots on target, 17/24 passing, 0/1 accurate long balls, 3 key passses, 48 touches, 8/12 duels won, 1 clearance, 3/4 successful dribbles, 1 time dispossessed, 4 times fouled, 1 fouls, 0/1 successful tackles, 0/1 aerials won, 6 recoveries Match Highlights

South America
Serie A (Brazil)
Johnny (Sport Club Internacional) Started at CDM and went the full 90’ in a 2-0 Win against Ceara (7.2/7.40) 0/1 shots on target, 56/61 passing, 4/5 accurate long balls, 74 touches, 7/11 duels won, 5 clearances, 2 times fouled, 1 foul, 5/7 aerials won, 2 interceptions, 7 recoveries Match Highlights Personal Highlights

Primera División (Chile)
Andres Souper (Club de Deportes Antofagasta on loan from CD Universidad Catolica) Subbed on in the 81st‘ in a 0-0 draw with Everton CD (-/-) Match Highlights

September 11th
Europe (Rating per FotMob/whoscored if provided)
Eerste Divisie (Dutch 2nd Division)
Alex Mendez (Ajax II) Subbed on in the 76th‘ in a 2-1 Loss against NEC Nijmegen (-/-)
Richard Ledezma (PSV II) Started at CM and played 90‘ in a 4-1 Win against AZ Alkmaar II (-/-)
Mael Corboz (Go Ahead Eagles Deventer) Subbed on in the 66th‘ in a 2-0 win against Cambuur (-/-)

Superliga (Denmark)
Haji Wright (SonderjyskE FC) Subbed on in the 63rd‘ in a 2-0 Win against FC Midtjylland. Scored the 2nd goal in the 90th’ (6.8/-) 2/2 shots on target, 2/3 passing, 1 key pass, 14 touches, 0/6 duels won, 3 times dispossessed, 0/3 aerials won, 5 recoveries Match Highlights

First Division (Irish 2nd Division)
Taner Dogan (Athlone Town on loan from Dundalk FC) Started at CM and went the full 90‘ in a 1-1 draw with Cabinteely FC (-/-)
Shane Doherty (Galway United FC) Started at LW and played 74‘ in a 2-1 Win against Shamrock Rovers II (-/-) Match Highlights

Ykkonen (Finnish 2nd Division)
Will Inalien (FF Jaro) Started at ST and went the full 90’ in a 2-1 Win against MP (-/-) Match Highlights

South America
LigaPro Serie A (Ecuador)
Michael Hoyos (Guayaquil City FC) Started at RW and went the full 90’ in a 2-0 Loss against LDU de Quinto (-/-) Match Highlights
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Americans Playing abroad today: 9/14-18/20

September 14th
Europe (Rating per FotMob/whoscored if provided)
DFB Pokal (Germany)
Giovanni Reyna (Borussia Dortmund) Started at CAM and played 57‘ in a 5-0 Win against Duisburg. Scored the 4th goal in the 50th’ (-/-) Match Highlights Personal Highlights
Bobby Wood (Hamburger SV) Subbed on in the 78th‘ in a 4-1 Loss against Dynamo Dresden. Picked up a yellow in the 83rd’ (-/-) Match Highlights Personal Highlights

Eerste Divisie (Dutch 2nd Division)
Alex Mendez (Ajax II) Subbed on in the 69th‘ in a 2-1 Loss against PSV II (-/-) Match Highlights
Chris Gloster (PSV II) Subbed on in the 73rd‘ in a 2-1 Win against Ajax II (-/-)
Richard Ledezma (PSV II) Started at CM and played 59‘ in a 2-1 Win against Ajax II. Assisted on the game winner in the 26th’ (-/-)

Allsvenskan (Sweden)
Nebiyou Perry (Ostersunds FK) Started at LCM and went the full 90’ in a 0-0 draw with Orebro SK (6.2/-) 0/2 shots on target 8/15 passing, 4 crosses 0/2 accurate long balls, 45 touches, 9/17 duels won, 1 clearance, 1/1 successful dribbles, 5 times dispossessed, 4 times fouled, 4 fouls, 1/2 successful tackles, 2/2 aerials won, 1 interception, 8 recoveries Match Highlights

1.Divisjon (Norwegian 2nd Division)
Stefan Antonijevic (Oygarden FK) Started at RCB and went the full 90’ in a 3-1 Win against KFUM (-/-)

Ekstraklasa (Poland)
Ben Lederman (Raków Częstochowa) Subbed on in the 79th‘ in a 2-1 Win against Zagłębie Lubin (-/-) Match Highlights

September 15th
Europe (Rating per FotMob/whoscored if provided)
Carabao Cup (England)
DeAndre Yedlin (Newcastle United) Started at RB and went the full 90’ in a 1-0 Win against Blackburn Rovers (-/7.06) Match Highlights

NordicBet Liga (Danish 2nd Division)
Louicius Don Deedson (Hobro IK) Started at LW and went the full 90’ in a 3-0 Loss against Vendsyssel FF (-/-) Match Highlights

1.Deild Karla (Icelandic 2nd Division)
Sito (IBV Vestmannaeyjar) Subbed on in the 70th‘ in a 0-0 draw with UMF Leiknir Faskrudsfjordur (-/-)

September 16th
Europe (Rating per FotMob/whoscored if provided)
Champions League Qualification (International)
Henry Wingo (Molde FK; Norway) Started at RB and went the full 90’ in a 6-5 Penalty Shootout Win against Qarabag FK(Azerbaijan) (-/-) Match Highlights
Jordan Siebatcheu (BSC Young Boys on loan from Stade Rennais FC; Switzerland) Subbed on in the 66th‘ in a 3-0 Loss against FC midtjylland(Denmark) (6.0/-) 5/8 passing, 13 touches, 1/3 duels won, 1 clearance, 1 foul, 1/1 successful tackles, 0/1 aerials won, 1 recovery Match Highlights

Europa League Qualification (International)
Aron Johannsson (Hammarby IF; Sweden) Started at CAM and went the full 90’ in a 3-0 Loss against Lech Poznań(Poland) (-/-) Match Highlights

Carabao Cup (England)
Antonee Robinson (Fulham) Started at LB and went the full 90’ in a 1-0 Win against Ipswich Town (-/7.19) Match Highlights

Ykkonen (Finnish 2nd Division)
Kyle Curinga (Kokkolan Pallo-veikot) Started at RCM and went the full 90’ in a 6-0 Win against MYPA. Scored the 3rd goal in the 40th’ (-/-) Match Highlights
Will Inalien (FF Jaro) Started at ST and went the full 90’ in a 4-2 Win against EIF. Scored in the 41st’ and 64th’ (-/-) Match Highlights
Ian Garrett (VPS) Started at RW and went the full 90’ in a 2-1 Loss against AC Oulu (-/-) Match Highlights
Emmanuel Appiah (AC Kajaani) Started at LM and went the full 90 in a 0-0 draw with MP (-/-) Match Highlights

1.Deild Karla (Icelandic 2nd Division)
Dion Acoff (Throttur Reykjavik) Started at LW and played 54‘ in a 2-1 Loss against Afturelding (-/-)

South America
Copa America Group Stage (International)
Johnny (Sport Club Internacional; Brazil) Subbed on in the 65th‘ in a 4-3 Win against America de Cali(Colombia) (-/-) Match Highlights

September 17th
Europe (Rating per FotMob/whoscored if provided)
Europa League Qualification (International)
Kyrian Nwabueze (KF Laci; Albania) Started at ST and played 89‘ in a 2-1 Loss against Hapoel Beer Sheva(Israel). Scored the lone goal in the 59th’ (-/-) Match Highlights
Josh Cohen (Maccabi Haifa; Israel) Started at GK and went the full 90’ in a 2-1 Win against Kairat Almaty(Kazakhstan). Picked up a yellow in the 90th’ (-/-) Match Highlights

Superettan (Swedish 2nd Division)
Josh Wicks (AFC Eskilstuna) Started at GK and went the full 90’ in a 1-0 Win against Vasteras SK (-/-) Match Highlights
Brian Span (Vasteras SK) Subbed on in the 77th‘ in a 1-0 Loss against AFC Eskilstuna (-/-)

1.Deild Karla (Icelandic 2nd Division)
Kyle McLagan (Fram Reykjavik) Started at RB and went the full 90’ in a 1-1 draw with Keflavik (-/-)

South America
Primera División (Chile)
Andres Souper (Club de Deportes Antofagasta on loan from CD Universidad Catolica) Started at RCM and played 69‘ in a 2-0 Win against Union Espanola. Scored the game winner in the 13th’ (-/-) Match Highlights

Liga 1 (Peru)
Claudio Torrejón (Sport Boys Callao) Started at CM and went the full 90’ in a 2-0 Loss against Universidad Cesar Vallejo (-/-) Match Highlights

September 18th
Europe (Rating per FotMob/whoscored if provided)
Championship (English 2nd Division)
Geoff Cameron (QPR) Started at LCM and went the full 90‘ in a 3-2 Loss against Coventry City (5.9/6.55) 28/40 passing, 4/5 accurate long balls, 51 touches, 5/9 duels won, 2 clearances, 1/1 successful dribbles, 1 time dispossessed, 1 time fouled, 1 foul, 1/1 successful tackles, 2/3 aerials won, 2 interception, 6 recoveries Match Highlights

Bundesliga (Germany)
Chris Richards (FC Bayern Munich) Subbed on in the 72nd‘ in a 8-0 Win against FC Schalke 04 (6.2/6.26) 19/20 passing, 21 touches, 1 interception Match Highlights Personal Highlights

2. Bundesliga
Alfredo Morales (Fortuna Düsseldorf) Started at RCM and played 62‘ in a 2-1 Loss against Hamburger SV (6.8/6.71) 0/1 shots on target, 1/1 accurate long balls, 25 touches, 9/16 duels won, 1 clearance, 2/4 successful dribbles, 1 time dispossessed, 2 times fouled, 1 foul, 2/2 successful tackles, 3/5 aerials won, 1 interception, 4 recoveries Match Highlights

Eerste Divisie (Dutch 2nd Division)
Alex Mendez (Ajax II) Started at CM and went the full 90‘ in a 3-0 Win against Go Ahead Eagles Deventer. Assisted on the 2nd goal and picked up a yellow in the 90th’ (-/-) 1st Half 2nd Half
Richard Ledezma (PSV II) Started at and went the full 90’ in a 2-1 Loss against FC Eindhoven.Scored the team's lone goal in the 47th’ (-/-)
Chris Gloster (PSV II) Started at and went the full 90’ in a 2-1 Loss against FC Eindhoven (-/-)
Mael Corboz (Go Ahead Eagles Deventer) Subbed on in the 77th‘ in a 3-0 Loss against Ajax II (-/-)

Ekstraklasa (Poland)
Ben Lederman (Raków Częstochowa) Subbed on in the 86th‘ in a 4-1 Win against Podbeskidzie Bielsko-Biała (-/-) Match Highlights

SSE Airtricity League Premier (Ireland)
Will Seymore (Sligo Rovers) Started at LM and played 89‘ in a 1-0 Loss against Bohemian FC (-/-)

First Division
Taner Dogan (Athlone Town on loan from Dundalk FC) Started at RM and went the full 90‘ in a 2-1 Win against Cobh Ramblers (-/-)
Shane Doherty (Galway United FC) Started at LW and went the full 90‘ in a 1-0 Win against Wexford FC (-/-)
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Americans Playing abroad today: 9/21-25/20

September 21st
Europe (Rating per FotMob/whoscored if provided)
2. Bundesliga (German 2nd Division)
Kevin Lankford (FC St. Pauli) Subbed on in the 83rd‘ in a 2-2 draw with VFL Bochum (-/6.51) 3/5 pasing, 1 cross, 11 touchesm 3/5 duels won, 1/1 successful dribbles, 1/1 successful tackles, 1/3 aerials won, 1 recovery

3. Liga
Marcel Costly (SV Waldhof Mannheim) Started at RM and went the full 90’ in a 2-2 draw with Viktoria Koln 1904. Scored the teams 2nd goal in the 20th’ (-/-) Match Highlights

Jupiler Pro League (Belgium)
Chris Durkin (Sint Truidense W) Started at RM and went the full 90’ in a 3-0 Loss against Cercle Brugge. Picked up a yellow in the 35th’ (6.5/6.11) 0/1 shots on target, 35/44 passing, 1 cross, 0/4 accurate long balls, 59 touches, 7/13 duels won, 1/1 successful dribbles, 2 times fouled, 5 fouls, 2/3 successful tackles, 1/1 aerials won, 1 interception,1 recovery

Allsvenskan (Sweden)
Mix Diskerud (Helsingborg IF on loan from Manchester City) Started at RCB and went the full 90’ in a 3-1 Win against Varbergs BoIS FC. Picked up a yellow in the 63rd’ (7.5/-) 55/64 passing, 1 cross, 6/10 accurate long balls, 1 key pass, 90 touches, 7/12 duels won, 3 clearances, 2/2 successful dribbles. 2 times fouled, 0/1 successful tackles, 2/6 aerials won, 2 interceptions,5 recoveries Match Highlights

Superettan
Josh Wicks (AFC Eskilstuna) Started at GK and went the full 90’ in a 0-0 draw with Ljungskile (-/-)
Jeff Gal (Degerfors IF) Started at GK and went the full 90’ in a 6-0 Win against Umeaa (-/-)
Brian Span (Vasteras SK) Started at ST and played 83‘ in a 1-0 Loss against GAIS (-/-) Match Highlights

1.Divisjon (Norwegian 2nd Division)
Stefan Antonijevic (Oygarden FK) Started at LCB and went the full 90’ in a 3-1 Loss against Aasane (-/-)

Premier league (Israel)
George Fochive #26 (Hapoel Kfar Saba) Started at RCM and went the full 90’ in a 3-1 Win against Bnei Yehuda Tel Aviv (-/-) Match Highlights

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Darick Kobie Morris (FK Tuzla City) Started at RCB and went the full 90’ in a 2-0 Loss against FK Borac Banja Luka (-/-) Match Highlights
Nermin Crnkic (FK Tuzla City) Started at LW and went the full 90’ in a 2-0 Loss against FK Borac Banja Luka. Picked up a yellow in the 51st’ (-/-)

First Division (Irish 2nd Division)
Taner Dogan (Athlone Town on loan from Dundalk FC) Started at RM and played 66‘ in a 1-0 Win against Wexford Town (-/-) Match Highlights
Shane Doherty (Galway United FC) Started at CAM and played 27‘ in a 1-0 Win against Cabinteely FC (-/-) Match Highlights

1.Deild Karla (Icelandic 2nd Division)
Sito (IBV Vestmannaeyjar) Started at ST and went the full 90’ in a 2-2 draw with Thor Akureyri (-/-)
Kyle McLagan (Fram Reykjavik) Started at LCB and went the full 90’ in a 2-1 Loss against Grindavik (-/-) 1st Half 2nd Half

South America
Liga 1 (Peru)
Claudio Torrejón (Sport Boys Callao) Started at CM and went the full 90’ in a 1-0 Loss against Carlos Stein (-/-) Match Highlights

September 22nd
Europe (Rating per FotMob/whoscored if provided)
EFL Trophy Group Stages
Owen Otasowie (Wolverhampton U21’s) Started at LCM and played 62‘ in a 4-0 Loss against Oldham (-/-) Match Highlights

South America
Liga 1 (Peru)
Ernest Nungaray (Carlos A. mannucci) Started at RCM and played 79‘ in a 2-2 draw with Universitario de Deportes (-/-) Match Highlights

September 23rd
Europe (Rating per FotMob/whoscored if provided)
Champions League Qualification: Leg 1 of 2 (International)
Henry Wingo (Molde FK; Norway) Started at RB and went the full 90’ in a 3-3 draw with Ferencvaros(Hungary) (6.6/-) 0/2 shots on target, 46/59 passing, 6 crosses, 4/5 accurate long balls, 84 touches, 3/5 duels won, 4 clearances,2/3 successful dribbles, 1/1 successful tackles, 7 recoveries Match Highlights

Carabao Cup (England)
Tim Ream (Fulham) Started at LCB and went the full 90’ in a 2-0 Win against Sheffield Wednesday (-/7.18) Match Highlights
Antonee Robinson (Fulham) Started at LB and went the full 90’ in a 2-0 Win against Sheffield Wednesday (-/6.97) Personal Highlights
DeAndre Yedlin (Newcastle United) Started at LB and went the full 90’ in a 7-0 Win against Morecambe. Assisted on the 5th goal in the 45th’ (-/7.85) Match Highlights

Liga Pro (Portugese 2nd Division)
Johan Gomez (FC Porto B) Started at RCM and played 63‘ in a 2-2 draw with Oliveirense (-/-) Match Highlights

Veikkausliiga (Finland)
Tim Murray (FC Honka) Started at GK and went the full 90’ in a 0-0 draw with FC Inter Turku (-/-) Match Highlights
Jacob Bushue (FC Haka) Started at LCM and played 57‘ in a 2-0 Loss against RoPS. Picked up a yellow in the 43rd’ (-/-) Match Highlights
Zurab Tsiskaridze (RoPS) Started at LCB and went the full 90’ in a 2-0 Win against FC Haka (-/-)

September 24th
Europe (Rating per FotMob/whoscored if provided)
Europa League Qualification (International)
Haji Wright (SonderjyskE FC; Denmark) Subbed on in the 73rd‘ in a 3-0 Loss against Viktoria Plzen(Czech Republic) (-/-) Match Highlights
Josh Cohen (Maccabi Haifa; Israel) Started at GK and went the full 90’ in a 2-1 Win against FC Rostov(Russia) (-/-) Match Highlights
Tyler Boyd (Besiktas JK; Turkey) Started at LW and played 84‘ in a 4-2 Penalty shootout Loss against Rio Ave(Portugal) (-/-) Match Highlights
John Anthony Brooks (VfL Wolfsburg; Germany) Subbed on in the 62nd‘ in a 2-0 Win against Desna(Ukraine) (-/-) Match Highlights

Carabao Cup (England)
Zack Steffen (Manchester City) Started at GK and went the full 90’ in his team debut in a 2-1 Win against Bournemouth (-/-) Match Highlights

September 25th
Europe (Rating per FotMob/whoscored if provided)
Championship (English 2nd Division)
Alex Mighten (Nottingham Forest) Subbed on in the 56th‘ in a 1-0 Loss against Huddersfield Town (5.6/6.17) 0/1 shots on target, 4/6 passing, 22 touches, 5/14 duels won, 1/2 successful dribbles, 4 times dispossessed, 2 times fouled, 3 fouls, 1/1 successful tackles, 1/2 aerials won, 2 recoveries Match Highlights

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Julian Green (SpVgg Greuther Furth) Subbed on in the 77th‘ in a 1-1 draw with Erzgebirge Aue (6.1/6.15) 4/5 passing, 2/2 accurate long balls, 9 touches, 2/4 duels won, 0/1 successful dribbles, 1 time fouled, 1 foul, 1/1 successful tackles Match Highlights
Marc Heider (VfL Osnabruck) Subbed on in the 67th‘ in a 2-1 Win against Hannover 96 (6.3/6.27) 0/2 shots on target, 6/9 passing, 1 cross, 21 touches, 6/10 duels won, 1 time dispossessed, 2 times fouled, 2 fouls, 4/6 aerials won, 1 interception, 3 recoveries Match Highlights

3. Liga
Ryan Malone (VfB Lubeck) Started at RCB and went the full 90’ in a 1-0 Loss against Unterhaching (-/-) Match Highlights

Super Lig (Turkey)
Eric Lichaj (Fatih Karagümrük) Started at RB and went the full 90’ in a 2-0 Win against Istanbul Basaksehir (6.6/6.45) 30/39 passing, 1/6 accurate long balls. 48 touches, 1/4 duels won, 2 clearances, 1 time fouled, 0/2 aerials won, 2 recoveries Match Highlights

NordicBet Liga (Danish 2nd Division)
Louicius Don Deedson (Hobro IK) Started at LW and played 69‘ in a 2-1 Win against Hvidovre (-/-)

1.Divisjon (Norwegian 2nd Division)
Stefan Antonijevic (Oygarden FK) Started at LCB and played 13‘ in a 1-0 Loss against Sogndal (-/-)

First Division (Irish 2nd Division)
Taner Dogan (Athlone Town on loan from Dundalk FC) Started at RM and went the full 90‘ in a 4-0 Loss against Longford Town FC (-/-)

Ykkonen (Finnish 2nd Division)
Will Inalien (FF Jaro) Subbed on in the 68th‘ in a 2-0 Win against AC Oulu. Scored the game winner in the 90th’ (-/-) Match Highlights
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[OC] An insight in the world of football kits - 454 teams that play in the most unusual colors

I would like to start with a humble warning, that this will be a longer than "usual" post. Hopefully, it will compensate with the amount of information you might deem as interesting. :)

After finishing my first journey into the world of colors in football, by counting which teams play in red & black color combination, I decided to pursue my next curiosity:
How many football teams in the world play in unusual colors?
By this, I was thinking of teams which have a “main” color that is rarely used (grey, brown, purple, pink, etc.) or use an uncommon color combination.
Because of this coronavirus madness that is going on, I was able to spend more hours for this project than I planned, so in the end I was able to go into almost every single league in the world. I checked teams from over 400 divisions, of different tiers, from all continents. Although it’s not an official list, I tried to include as many clubs as possible on it.
Now, you're probably asking yourself "How do you measure how rare or how common is in football a color / combination of colors?"
An exact answer is impossible to give, so I started the study using my own experience as a football supporter, finally finding an useful purpose for the thousands of hours spent on watching football games. Therefore, I used a subjective point of view and excluded the color combinations that I, personally, considered to be the most common in football teams, namely:

The selection criteria for the teams were as follows:
  1. The team should have their main kit in colors which are different than the ones enumerated above;
  2. The team must have played or been associated with the colors for several seasons;
  3. The team should be currently active (dissolved clubs were not included).

But enough introduction, let’s jump straight into the list of the most uncommon kit colors in the world of football:

CATEGORY I - Teams with 1 main color

1. Purple (includes purple+white or purple+black) - [73 clubs]
Notable teams: Fiorentina, Anderlecht, Toulouse, Austria Vienna, Real Valladolid.
Other teams (by conference):
UEFA (photo gallery here) - CE Carroi (Andorra), SV Austria Salzburg, Austria Klagenfurt (Austria), K Beerschot VA (Belgium), Etar Veliko Tarnovo (Bulgaria), NK Dubrava (Croatia), Daventry Town FC (England), Istres (France), VfL Osnabrück, Erzgebirge Aue (Germany), Ujpest, Békéscsaba 1912, Kecskemet TE (Hungary), ACD Legnano, AS Ostia Mare, Gioiese, Casoria Calcio 1979 (Italy), St. Andrews FC (Malta), FC Argeș, ASU Politehnica Timișoara, ACS Poli Timișoara (Romania), FK Graficar (Serbia), KFC Komarno (Slovakia), NK Maribor (Slovenia), Real Jaen, Alameda de Osuna EF, CD Becerril, Atletico Guadalajara, CD Guadalajara, CD Liendo, CD Santurtzi, CD Palencia, La Baneza (Spain) (Spain), Afjet Afyonspor, Hacettepe, Orduspor (Turkey).
Rest of the World (photo gallery here):

2. Burgundy (includes burgundy+white, or similar shades: maroon, claret, dark red, wine red) - [74 clubs]
Notable teams: AC Torino, Metz, Sparta Prague, CFR Cluj.
Other teams (by conference):
UEFA (photo gallery here) - FK Sarajevo (Bosnia), Chelmsford City, FC Northampton Town (England), JJK Jyväskylä (Finland), Dynamo Berlin (Germany), AEL Larissa (Greece), UM Selfoss (Iceland), Galway United (Ireland), Reggina, Cittadella, Salernitana, Trapani, Livorno, US Pontedera, Arezzo, Reggio Audace FC, Fano, US Capistrello, AC Morrone, AC Locri, ASD Bovalinese, Borgosesia Calcio, Milano City FC, Union Clodiense Chioggia, USD Breno, Olympia Agnonese, ASD Travestere Calcio, AC Nardo, ASD Citta di Acireale (Italy), FC Džiugas Telšiai (Lithuania), Nardo FK (Norway), CD Fatima, Clube Oriental de Lisboa (Portugal), Rapid Bucharest, Viitorul Ianca (Romania), AC Libertas (San Marino), Heart of Midlothian FC, Stenhousemuir FC (Scotland), NK Triglav Kranj (Slovenia), Independiente de Vallecas, CD Cenicero (Spain), Hatayspor, İnegölspor, Bandirmaspor, Elazigspor (Turkey), Cardiff Metropolitan University FC (Wales).
Rest of the World (photo gallery here):

3. Orange (includes orange+white) - [54 clubs]
--- full photo gallery here ---

4. Pink (includes pink+black) - [7 clubs]

5. Cream - [3 clubs]
Universitario, Universidad Tecnica Cajamarca, Leon de Huanuco (all from Peru).

6. Grey - [5 clubs]

7. Brown (includes brown+white) - [7 clubs]

CATEGORY II - Teams with 2 main colors

1. Green + Red [34 clubs]
Notable teams: Lokomotiv Moscow, Maritimo Funchal
Other teams (full photo galllery here):

2. Green + Blue [16 clubs]
Notable teams: Seattle Sounders
Other teams (full photo gallery here):

3. Blue + Azure (or any other combination of two shades of blue) [28 clubs]
Notable teams: Zenit St. Petersburg, Sydney FC
Other teams (full photo gallery here):

4. Orange + Blue [24 clubs]
Notable teams: Montpellier, Istanbul Bașakșehir
Other teams (full photo gallery here):

5. Orange + Green [5 clubs]

6. Orange + Grey [2 clubs]
AFC Odorheiu Secuiesc (Romania), Forge FC (Canada).

7. Orange + Purple [1 club] - FK Armavir (Russia)

8. Purple + Yellow [6 clubs]

9. Claret + Yellow / Amber [4 clubs]

10. Claret + Gold [2 clubs]
Deportes Tolima (Colombia), Stellenbosch FC (South Africa)

11. Claret + Blue [22 clubs]
Notable teams: Aston Villa, Burnley, West Ham United, Trabzonspor
Other teams (full photo gallery here):

12. Claret + Green [1 club] - Ciudad de Plasencia CF (Spain)

13. Pink + Blue [5 clubs]

14. Brown + Blue [1 club] - Al-Kawkab FC (Saudi Arabia)

15. Brown + Yellow [2 clubs]
Trujillanos FC (Venezuela), Ohod Club (Saudi Arabia)

16. Brown + Amber [1 club] - Sutton United (England)

17. Grey + Red [4 clubs]
UEFA - Cremonese (Italy), Pembroke Athleta FC (Malta), Strommen IF (Norway), Club Esportiu Jupiter (Spain).

18. Grey + Blue [2 club]

19. Lime Green + Black [10 clubs]

20. Lime Green + White [1 club] - Pirata FC (Peru)

CATEGORY III - Teams with 3 main colors

1. Blue + Yellow + Red [3 clubs]

2. Blue + Yellow + White [1 club] - CA Bella Vista (Uruguay)

3. Blue + Yellow + Black [1 club] - Real Sport Clube (Portugal)

4. Blue + Green + White [1 club] - St. Louis FC (USA)

5. Blue + Orange + White [2 clubs]

6. Orange + Green + Black [1 club] - Venezia (Italy)

7. Orange + Green + White [1 club] - Deportivo Masaya (Nicaragua)

8. Green + Yellow + Black [1 club] - GKS Jastrzębie (Poland)

9. Green + Yellow + Red [4 clubs]

10. Green + Red + White [13 clubs]
Notable teams: Fluminense
Other teams:

11. Green + Red + Black [11 clubs]

12. Green + Black + White [2 clubs]

13. Green + Burgundy + White [2 clubs]

14. Red + Orange + Black [1 club] - Nagoya Grampus (Japan)

15. Red + Yellow + Black [8 clubs]

16. Claret + Blue + Yellow [1 club] - Madureira EC (Brazil)

17. Pink + Blue + White [1 club] - Yangon United (Myanmar)

Category IV - Teams with 4 main colors

1. Red + Yellow + Green + White [4 clubs]

2. Red + Yellow + Blue + White [1 club] - ASDC Verbania (Italy)

3. Red + Yellow + Blue + Black [1 club] - Coras de Nayarit (Mexico)

Here they are. 454 teams from across the entire the world, from Feroe Island to Papua New Guinea or the 4th Italian league. This should be about it. However, if there are by any chance teams that I might have missed, please feel free to leave a comment and I will add them on the list.
Thank you for reading and hope you enjoyed it!
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