Sorareinfo Report #7
🧠 What will happen this season on Sorareinfo Part 2 🔦 André Schürrle U23 gems Part 4 💎
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#1 What will happen this season on Sorareinfo
In the last Sorareinfo Report, we shared the projects we have defined for the 2021/2022 season. In this Sorareinfo Report #7, we want to go into detail about them.
We will gather all our content for beginners, update some of the elements that have evolved since then, and publish a WhitePaper in PDF format that will be called "Getting started on the exciting Sorare platform: everything you need to know".
We want to save time for more experienced managers as well. Thus, new sections in the newsletter such as the one announced today for example will be added. An update of the dates concerning the different calendars of each of the leagues present on Sorare is also being produced.
We would like to update our website by offering the same sections but in a more UI-friendly way. Moreover, we would like to work on a new logo as well as a shop where you could buy some t-shirts Sorareinfo branded.
As you know, we are already working on a Premium newsletter, and here are the first ideas we consider:
Invest 50% of the money we receive from you in Sorare and 50% in ETH monthly
Propose players recommendations (low budget oriented as well as without prices limit)
Buy some of our recommended players to create a “Sorareinfo Ultimate Team”
Create a Sorareinfo Ultimate Team Token (SUTT) in order to let the possibility to our readers to compete between each others in order to decide of the Sorareinfo Ultimate Team compositions
Share the passive revenues (by selling Sorare rewards and ETH at precise moments)
Publish 2 Sorareinfo reports/month to inform you about our results, our plans, and study the new players from new clubs just announced on the Sorare plateform
Developing a mobile app to track the main key information about Sorare & the Sorareinfo ecosystem
Write Trimestrial Reports
Give 20% of revenues for associations
Create a private community
#2 Sorareinfo Ultimate Team Tokens (SUTT)
We've been wanting to write this edition for a while to tell you more about the Sorareinfo Ultimate Team system (yes, we have a lot of fun finding names around Sorare).
What is the Sorareinfo Ultimate Team system in one sentence? Basically, it's the 40% of the income after tax that we decided to redistribute:
- 20% for Premium subscribers via Sorareinfo Ultimate Team Tokens (SUTT) "dividends".
- 20% for associations.
In creating Sorareinfo.com with Isma, I realized that my SO5 team composition decisions were much better when I consulted with Isma and when we set up a little challenge to decide who would pick the 5 players he wanted to field in the SO5 division of his choice. So, we decided to open the doors of our club for Jules recently and now to as many managers as possible. Convinced that starting to think of a team as a real club is the strategy that pays off, we decide to share the story of our club, and allow you to participate today in the construction of it and thus generate a passive income (if everything goes as planned... but normally Sorare will soon announce the largest blockchain fundraising so everything should go well ;)). We have never sold miracles and will never sell them.
For info, we have written that on 5 September 2021.
Moreover, we noticed that the Ethereum price was likely to outperform our results on Sorare, so this explains why 50% of the money collected will be directly invested in ETH and then safe on a Ledger when the other 50% will be used to build our team.
We want to embark on a 10-year adventure of collective decision-making and share the gains with you. For doing that, there is still a lot of work, in particular on the redistribution mechanism in practice and how you could be involved in selecting players.
We explain everything in this article.
#3 Analysis of 15 U23 Gems selected by André Schürrle - Part 4
Gravenberch made his senior debut with Ajax on 23 September 2018, in a 3–0 Eredivisie loss to PSV. Gravenberch became the youngest ever Ajax player to play in the Eredivisie at 16 years and 130 days, surpassing the record of 16 years and 242 days set by Clarence Seedorf.
Gonçalves started his career with Wolverhampton Wanderers, before signing for newly promoted Primeira Liga side Famalicão in 2019. Following an impressive season, in which he was named Primeira Liga's Best Young Player of the Year in 2020, Gonçalves signed for fellow Primeira Liga side Sporting CP.
Gonçalves is a former Portugal youth international, representing his country at under-18, under-20, and under-21 levels. He made his senior international debut in 2021, being chosen in Portugal's squad for the UEFA Euro 2020.
Trubin is a product of Shakhtar’s youth academy and has a contract with the Ukrainian Premier League side through to the end of the 2023-24 season.
Mazraoui was a youth international for Morocco. He first played for the Moroccan national team in 2018.
Trained at Ajax Amsterdam, the player goes through the Jong Ajax team for two seasons alongside Matthijs de Ligt and Abdelhak Nouri before joining the A team coached by Erik ten Hag at the end of the 2017-2018 season. A talented young player, he is particularly comfortable in the aggressive Ajaccio game. He gained notoriety in 2018 in the UEFA Champions League, in the heart of the game of the beautiful Ajax Amsterdam team, allowing him to win his first major individual title of the best talent of the season of Ajax Amsterdam. He is also a member of the Hundred Club.
He also has Dutch nationality. After gracing the Netherlands -15 team in 2013 on the bench, he eventually opted for the Moroccan national team, where he became a senior player, taking part in the 2019 African Cup.
A product of the AZ academy, Stengs broke into the first team during the 2017–18 season. He signed for Nice in France in 2021. At the international level, Stengs represents the Netherlands, having made his debut for the senior team in November 2019.
Martínez began his football career in his native Argentina, where he made his senior debut in 2015 with Racing Club. There he spent four seasons and represented the club in the league and Copa Libertadores, scoring 27 goals in 60 appearances before joining Inter in 2018, where he won the Serie A title in his third season with the club.
Martínez also previously represented Argentina at various youth levels and competed at the 2017 South American U-20 Championship and 2017 FIFA U-20 World Cup. He made his senior international debut in 2018, and represented the senior squad at the Copa América in 2019, helping his team to a third-place finish, and in 2021, winning the latter edition of the tournament.
Sangaré began his career at Tout Puissant Koumassi, a club in the south of Abidjan, before joining AS Denguelé d'Odienné in 2012. In 2014, he was one of the three nominees for the title of best hopeful in the Ivorian league.
His small size (1m70) allows him to be fast and full of stamina. All combined with excellent technical ability, he makes a very good midfielder.
“He is full of talent. He has a very good left foot. When he was put into training with André Villas-Boas, his first reflex was to say that he had a very good shot. He deserves his professional contract but he has to gain maturity. He can put the ball where he wants, he scored a lot of goals with the 18 year olds. He was one of the architects of the promotion of the 18-year-old in the National U19. He played a few games with the N2, not enough in my opinion. He’s a player you can count on for the future. ”
Nasser Larguet, OM Academy Director
Dutch-born Emegha was aged 17 years, 7 months, and 10 days when he made his maiden appearance in the Eredivisie and failed to surpass a record held by Ajax Amsterdam hero Nwankwo Kanu.
Aouar is eligible to feature for Algeria despite playing for the French youth teams at the U17 and U21 levels.
In 2014, Aouar was called by the France U17 team but only played one game. In 2019, he was a starter throughout EURO U21 Championship for the France U21 team which was eliminated by Spain in the semi-finals.
On 26 August 2020, Aouar received his first call-up for France to prepare for 2020–21 UEFA Nations League matches against Sweden and Croatia in early September.
Okoye started his career in 2012 with Bayer Leverkusen, turning up for their Youth team. In 2017, he left Bayer Leverkusen for Fortuna Düsseldorf, where he played for their Youth team and the senior team, Fortuna Düsseldorf II. In 2018, he was fully promoted to Fortuna Düsseldorf II, a football team that plays in the Regionalliga West.
In July 2020, Okoye signed for Eredivise side Sparta Rotterdam.
On 30 November 2017, the coach of the Nigerian National Team, Gernot Rohr talked about his plans to invite Maduka to the Nigerian National Team before the 2018 World Cup, but the plans weren't a success.
On 13 October 2019, he made his international debut as a substitute in a friendly match against Brazil ending 1–1.
A youth product of PSV Eindhoven since 2010, Ihattaren signed his first professional contract with PSV on 28 March 2018.
In the first half of the 2020–21 season, Ihattaren lost his place in the starting lineup under new head coach Roger Schmidt. Only in December 2020, he emerges from his slump of form. In February 2021, however, tensions broke out again between Schmidt and Ihattaren, and the latter's attitude was questioned.
On 31 July 2021, Ihattaren was axed from the squad for disciplinary reasons as he was officially absent from practice with PSV due to illness. Instead, he was spotted at the Nice training ground together with his agent Mino Raiola.
On 31 August 2018, Beyaz signed a professional contract with Fenerbahçe. He made his professional debut with Fenerbahçe in a 3–1 Turkish Cup loss to Trabzonspor on 16 June 2020, at the age of 16.
On 14 April 2021, Beyaz signed a professional contract with VfB Stuttgart.
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