Sorareinfo Report #6

🧠 What will happen this season on Sorareinfo 🔦 André Schürrle U23 gems Part 3 💎

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#1 What will happen this season on Sorareinfo

As you can imagine, as Sorareinfo becomes more and more professional, we are starting to think about a premium subscription for the newsletter. Rest assured, we have decided not to launch it until there are 1,000,000 managers on Sorare with at least one NFT card. (yes, we know that we had originally thought of launching this newsletter next season, but we think that evolving at the pace at which Sorare is evolving is more relevant than setting the next season as a deadline)

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Before we move on to the third part of the analysis concerning the U23 players recommended by André Schürrle, we wanted, as promised, to give you the chance to win $500:

You may wonder why we want to offer $500 per month? Well, thanks to our content, we have entered into several partnerships, including with PrimeXBT, and this will allow us to grow the community. We don't forget where we come from and we want to reward you for your loyal support.

But that's not all!

We have several projects in the pipe:

  1. Continue to create content for new managers

As long as we invest in Sorare and play the game, we will continue to send a free newsletter based on the current model and publish at least one free article per week.

  1. Improve the knowledge and skills of more experienced managers

The new sections of the newsletter and our articles allow more experienced managers to focus on what they really need to monitor the game.

  1. A new version of the website

Optimize again and again the website, on desktop as on mobile.

  1. New Sorareinfo team members

Sorareinfo is and will remain an open-source projet.

Jules recently joined the team:

Business School student. He has been interested in cryptos and blockchain technology since 2018. Endowed with tax expertise, he actively participates in the democratization of cryptos in France.

Being a great collector of Paninis cards when he was a child, Sorare made he feel nostalgic. Cradled in the world of football from a young age, he immediately hooked up with Sorare when he discovered the platform.

A strong supporter of AS Nancy Lorraine (ASNL).

In order to bring you the best possible feedback he will share with you his beginner mistakes:

Don't buy the cheapest cards thinking that you can start participating in tournaments with the smallest possible investment. If you want to participate in competitions, you must indeed take care to check if your players are all Starter! Indeed, reserve or substitute players may not give you a score. This makes it even more difficult to start if you have set a starting amount.

So I advise you to inform you via SorareData regarding the different statistics of the concerned players.

Try to compose as soon as possible a team of 10 players and not only 5. This allows you to register two teams if all your players are available but also to have cards on the side if one of your main players is injured, is suspended, or is a substitute.

Jules Veltin - First ambassador Sorareinfo (France)

#2 Results of our recommended players from January to August 2021 (as of today's date)

Since the 4th of January 2021, we are sharing at least 3 player recommendations every Monday morning to allow new and experienced managers to purchase players we feel are undervalued.

- Number of players recommended: 66

- Sum of next auctions after recommended in ETH: 2.14

- Total spent in $: 4,553

- Roaster price in ETH: 2.003

- Roaster price in $: 5,741

- P&L in ETH: -0.151

- P&L in $: 1,188

- P&L in % (ETH): -7%

- P&L in % ($): 26%

Source: everything is detailed here

We did not share any for two weeks in March because ETH had completely exploded. We sometimes take vacations, which we did for 3 months this summer :)

#3 Analysis of 15 U23 Gems selected by André Schürrle - Part 3

#1

Mbappé began his senior career with Ligue 1 club Monaco, making his professional debut in 2015, aged 16. With them, he won a Ligue 1 title, Ligue 1 Young Player of the Year, and the Golden Boy award. In 2017, he signed for league rivals Paris Saint-Germain on an initial loan, which was made permanent in 2018 in a transfer worth €180 million-plus add ons, making him both the second-most expensive player and most expensive teenager. There, Mbappé has won three Ligue 1 titles, three Coupe de France titles, was named Ligue 1 Player of the Year twice, and has finished as Ligue 1 top scorer for three consecutive seasons. He is also the third-highest goalscorer in the club's history.

At the international level, Mbappé made his senior debut for France in 2017, at age 18. At the 2018 FIFA World Cup, Mbappé became the youngest French player to score at a World Cup, and became the second teenager, after Pelé, to score in a World Cup Final. He finished as the joint second-highest goalscorer as France won the tournament, and he received the Best Young Player and French Player of the Year awards for his performances.

#2

Japanese professional footballer who plays as a midfielder for Fortuna Düsseldorf, on loan from Kawasaki Frontale, and the Japan national team.

Raised for a decade by Kawasaki Frontale youth ranks, Tanaka made his J1 League in September 2018 against Consadole Sapporo and even scored his 1st pro-goal in his six minutes-game.

On 26 June 2021, he joined German 2. Bundesliga side Fortuna Düsseldorf on a year-long loan with an option to buy.

#3

Brazilian professional footballer who plays as a right-winger for Eredivisie club Ajax.

Born in Osasco, Antony joined the youth setup of São Paulo FC in 2010. In 2018, his side won the J League Challenge tournament in Japan and he was voted as the best player of the tournament.

On 26 September 2018, Antony along with Helinho and Igor Gomes was promoted to the senior team, and he signed a contract until September 2023. On 23 February 2020, Ajax signed Antony on a five-year deal for an initial £13 million, which could rise to £18.2 million.

#4

Achraf Hakimi plays as a right wing-back for Ligue 1 club Paris Saint-Germain and the Morocco national team. Born and raised in Madrid, he also has Spanish citizenship. Mainly a right wing-back or right-back, Hakimi can also play on the left or as a right-winger. He is widely considered one of the best defenders and one of the best right-backs in the world.

After progressing through La Fábrica, Hakimi was promoted to the reserves in June 2016. Shortly after, he was included in the first team's pre-season camp in the United States. Hakimi made his debut for Real Madrid in the first match of the 2016 International Champions Cup, a 3–1 loss against Paris Saint-Germain. He subsequently returned to the B team, making his senior debut on 20 August 2016 by starting in a 3–2 Segunda División B home win against Real Sociedad B.

#5

Dutch professional footballer who plays as a striker for Ligue 1 club Monaco and the Netherlands national team.

Born in Amsterdam, Netherlands, Boadu is of Ghanaian descent. He joined the AZ academy in 2013. In 2018 he made his competitive debut for the club in an Eredivisie match against PEC Zwolle. After struggling with long-term injuries, Boadu established himself as a regular in the AZ starting eleven during the 2019–20 season.

On 4 August 2021, Monaco announced the signing of Boadu on a five-year deal. It is reported that the deal cost €17,000,000.

Boadu made his debut for the Netherlands national team in the UEFA Euro 2020 qualifying match against Estonia, scoring the fifth and final goal in a 5–0 victory. He also became the first player born in the 21st century to feature and score for the Netherlands national team.

#6

An Argentinian professional footballer who plays as a winger for River Plate.

Simón started playing football at the age of four at Cooperativa Tortuguitas. He joined River Plate's academy in 2013, following a week-long trial. He spent seven years in their system, notably moving into the reserve squad in February 2020; debuting versus Banfield on 14 February. Nine months later, on 20 November, Simón was promoted into Marcelo Gallardo's senior squad for a Copa de la Liga Profesional match with the aforementioned Banfield. His debut subsequently arrived, with the winger replacing Cristian Ferreira for the final seventeen minutes of a 2–0 away win.

Simón represented Argentina at U17 level. After featuring in an October 2018 friendly against their United States counterparts, Simón was selected by Pablo Aimar for the 2019 South American U-17 Championship, which they won, and the subsequent 2019 FIFA U-17 World Cup; appearing a total of five times across both competitions.

#7

A Dutch professional footballer who plays as a goalkeeper for Eredivisie club Feyenoord and the Netherlands national football team.

Bijlow was called up to the senior Netherlands squad in November 2020 but subsequently had to withdraw with an injury. He made his debut for the national team on 1 September 2021 in a 1–1 draw against Norway during the 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifiers.

#8

A Belgian professional footballer who plays as a goalkeeper for Standard Liège in the Belgian First Division A.

Bodart made his professional debut in a 3–1 Belgian First Division A win over Waasland-Beveren on 16 May 2017.

#9

A German footballer who plays as an attacking midfielder for Bundesliga club Bayer Leverkusen and the Germany national team.

Regarded as a big upcoming talent in German football, Wirtz joined the youth team of 1. FC Köln in 2010, where he remained until he was signed by Bayer Leverkusen in January 2020. After impressing for the under-17 team, Wirtz made his senior professional debut for Leverkusen in the Bundesliga on 18 May 2020, starting in an away match against Werder Bremen. In doing so, he overtook Kai Havertz as Leverkusen's youngest player to debut in the league, at the age of 17 years and 15 days.

On 6 June 2020, Wirtz scored his first goal for Leverkusen in the 89th minute of their 2–4 home loss against Bayern Munich. This made Wirtz the youngest goalscorer in Bundesliga history at the age of 17 years and 34 days. However, this record would later be surpassed following Youssoufa Moukoko's goal less than a year later (aged 16 years and 28 days).

#10

A Swedish professional footballer who plays for AZ in the Eredivisie. In September 2015, Karlsson made his debut in the Sweden national under-19. He has also represented the Sweden U21 team.

He made his full international debut for Sweden on 9 January 2020 in a friendly game against Moldova.

#11

A Belgian professional footballer who plays as a midfielder for Premier League club Arsenal and the Belgium national team.

Having first joined their youth academy in 2010, Sambi Lokonga signed his first professional contract with Anderlecht on 10 November 2017. He made his professional debut for Anderlecht in a 1–0 Belgian First Division A win over Eupen on 22 December 2017. In November 2019, Sambi Lokonga extended his contract with the club until 2023. On 27 September 2020, he scored the first goal of his senior career as Anderlecht drew 1–1 with Eupen.

#12

Norwegian professional footballer who plays as a forward for Dutch Eredivisie club Groningen.

#13

Russian football player. He plays as center-back for Tekstilshchik Ivanovo on loan from PFC CSKA Moscow.

#14

A Japanese football player. He plays for FC Tokyo. Hatano joined FC Tokyo in 2016. On May 29, he debuted in J3 League (v AC Nagano Parceiro).

In May 2017, Hatano was elected Japan U-20 national team for 2017 U-20 World Cup. But did not play in the match, as he was the team's reserve goalkeeper.

#15

Daan Huisman (born 26 July 2002), is a Dutch professional footballer who plays as a midfielder for Vitesse.

In the next Sorare Report edition, we will share with you the result of the form, the last part of the André Schürrle U23 gems, and much more! Stay tuned

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