Well that's not good enough. If you want to discredit the source like you want to do on the rating component of the paper, I would like to hear what the problem is with their rating system. Go into it and come up with examples that make it likely for them not being credible. Also, you are aware Goal.com allows tops and flop votes by fans, so many fanboys from a certain country's start upvoting their guy? That is not favoritism? Yet you have no problem to post those results? Also your point is that the grades in Germany favor Raul, which basically discredit every German source I come up with. Kicker or Transfermarkt. That puts the burden of prove on you, to just claim they are all not to be trusted. Kicker backs up again my point: Also I would like to remind you, that you actually only came up with that he was 40. Never mind he is 6 years younger, but that is not even a real performance argument to start off with. Looks to me, there is a whole lot statements and a whole less arguments to it. Better start to do it the other way around. This is the Dutch forum. You can find the people stating their opinion as fact in some of the south american forums. Well the last game he was great and against Twente as well. He gets good overall rates and your original claim was that he has been injured most of the season. That's quite a statement if someone is soon to hit 2000 minutes for his club. But whatever. The whole point that I wanted to make is that Schalke have looked at the striker they have and it's not as terrible as I thought it was. I watched the game and I thought, yeah, Fuchs this left winger, Farfan, Raul. It's not a bad team for Klaas. The idea is there and that's more than you can say from Milan, that was build totally anti Klaas. He can stay there from me. I think they are intended to continue to facilitate him with future buys and that is very important for a striker as Klaas. That's the whole reason? Well if that is the argument, then you will be in for a shock. Every Dutch top talent (and Ola being with the Dutch NT squad at Wembley is one) will go abroad and will have to learn another language. But as I said, it is as close as a top club he can go to from his residence. He would not even have to move if he doesn't want to. I read that too on Bild website Well this goes into the direction of what is going to happen. The direction I took was what I would not object from happening, benefiting Dutch NT. Guidetti is Swedish, so who cares. Agree. He will stay another year. Guidetti is very likely to move. There are more clubs into him and he has big ambitions. Yes, so he has to move. He is still only 25, but now it's time to become an important player at a club a bit less big than Barca. Yes, Schalke or even Liverpool. Every little bit of winger is better than Downing with a whopping 0 goals and 0 assist in 24 EPL games.