Discussion in 'TSL B' started by ezio, Mar 15, 2011.
watch this thread once the season get going to see who's hot and who's not in Serie B
Well it is time to Start the Who's Hot and Who's Not list
First up on the who's hot list is Mamadou Niang from Fenerbache. Through Matchday's 7 & 8 he leads all scorers in Serie B with 7 goals and has them fighting for a promotion spot.
Next up in the who's hot list is Fernando Llorente. He has been on a tear latley and has pushed Athletic club to the top of the table with his goal scoring exploits.
Anthony Modeste from Bordeaux is net up on the Who's hot list. His 4 goals so far have Bordeaux near the top of the table only 2 points adrift of Athletic Club and Fulham and looking to secure promtion to Serie A.
Next up on the who's hot list is Mark Schwarzer of Fulham. Not be outdone by the scorers listed above Schwarze has been the catalyst for Fulham's Push for Promotion. If Fulham's 8 games so far Schwarze has recorded shutouts in 4 of them.
Next up is another Keeper. Gorka Iraizoz from Athletic Club. The co-leaders at the top of the table are also lead by their Keeper. His 4 clean sheets in 6 games have led the way so far.
I. Porto Alegre is not...they started winning first 4 games, but then went on to lose 3 straight
Rangers are not too
I will add some more when I have a chance.
Now for the who's not list.
As pointed out in previous posts both Porto Alegre and Rangers lead off the who's not list:
I was going to inluce Sampdoria in this list but seeing how they knocked Rangers out of TFL Cup to start turning things around I will let them slide for now
Next up on the who's not list is:
El Hadji Diouf of Glasgow Rangers. Rangers were hoping he would lead the way for the team but he has abysmal so far. His 1 goal total which came in the cup is not cutting it so far and there are rumours that he may be benched for the next game.
Search International Porto Alegre for a better picture, lol. That does not look like the team I'm playing with haha.
That is what I was afraid of I will see what I can find
Besiktas is not so hot right now. Altough making it to the next round in the TFL Cup by eleminating one of the best teams in Serie A, they have lost past a few games in Serie B, which was costly to them. They are now thinking about how to get back up, and fight for a playoff spot.
Werder Bremen might not be hot... but I think they are doing preetttyyy daammnnn gooooddd. Pat on the back for me haha.
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