Yeah the team seems ok if you add all these comments heheSyriacOrthodoxAssyrian said:The only place I'm not confident about is the central defense. I'm very excited about the midfield and the attack is also solid. We might not go up this season but we have a team for the future and I think we have a much better team than last season, especially the midfield and attack.
Danilo played like two games last season before getting injured and he looked solid in those, Laitinen is one of the best players in the second tier league but also got injured last season, the coach is raving about Azin, Agai is good from what I've seen, Catovic has to be a solid player for the second tier league if he was regularly in games in the premier league in one of the top teams, Thorstensson an awesome player (even as a central defender), Bachir is equivalent to Ishak, Durmaz has been playing really well in the pre-season games thus far, Batan is Batan, new goalkeeper should also be high level for the second tier league, Ashur Marklund is maybe the best player we have despite his age but I think they'll substitute him into games instead of starting with him since he's also the assistant coach, Jones is a great player but question is if he still has the motivation (not great last season, better at the end), and then we have Nahir who was a central midfield starter last season in a two man midfield but will have to fight to be a starter in a three-man midfield this season.
If SFC get a solid central defender and a good attack as you say then they'll have a very solid starting 11 (definitely better than a couple of the new teams in the league).
However, we must aim high... I mean syrianska did it in only two years and they're less organised, they have less money, less big talents in its history and less big sponsors than AFF, so AFF should be stronger than SFC, it's why I was a little critical about the squad