FM 2013 player profile – Rafal Wolski

FM 2013 Central Midfielders

written by Darren Smith



Rafal Wolski

Age: 19

Position: AMC/MC/AMRL

Club: Fiorentina

Nationality: Polish

Value: £875K

Price tag: £6 million (in version 13.3)

Rafal Wolski profile in 2012 (after starting new game, in version 13.3)

fm13 player profile, wolski2, 2012 profile

Rafal Wolski scouting report from Lawlor of Man Utd

Rafal Wolski profile aged 26 in the year 2019

Rafal Wolski career history until 2019

This FM 2013 player profile of Rafal Wolski shows a good mid-table purchase. This 19 year old won’t light up the league but he does develop some solid attributes that make him dangerous going forward, all as shown from his form in the German top flight. I think £6 million is too much, but that will drop seen as he’s just moved clubs.

Best buy rating: 6.5/10

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Comments
  • comment avatar Sam October 21, 2012

    Darren, could you review Raheem Sterling? He’s been playing brilliantly recently, and is only 17, so must be a wonderkid. Thanks.

    • comment avatar Darren Smith October 21, 2012

      I will as soon as I have a good future profile. He will definitely be great, but hasn’t been developed at all in my save and I want to do him justice.

      • comment avatar Codes November 15, 2012

        A little tip I do when I want to see how a -8/-9 player will develop to full potential is open the editor, go to the PA and change from -9 to 180 or -8 to 160, then change the current to 180 or 160 depending. Start a new game, load the editor data and viola! The “set-up new database” stage will simulate the player reaching full potential under AI and give you a good idea of how he will develop under perfect AI circumstances. The whole process only takes a couple of minutes once you get the hang of it.

        • comment avatar Darren Smith November 15, 2012

          Yes but most players have other hidden attributes that could stop them reaching their full potential, plus just changing the ca can’t realistically simulate how a player is developed in game. The theories right but it will provide twisted results.

  • comment avatar FCBfreak October 22, 2012

    Could you possibly take a look at some of the young danes in the game?

    I’m thinking of players like Andreas Cornelius, Rasmus Falk, Lucas Andersen and Viktor Fiscer

    • comment avatar FCBfreak October 22, 2012

      If you want some defensive players as well i can suggest Nikolai Boilesen, Frederik Sørensen, Andreas Bjelland and Jores Okore, especially Jores Okore

      • comment avatar Darren Smith October 22, 2012

        None are good enough in my save I’m afraid, decent but not good enough to warrant a profile.

    • comment avatar Darren Smith October 22, 2012

      Andersen develops into a nicely rounded player but the rest aren’t so good TBH.

      • comment avatar FCBfreak October 22, 2012

        if developed Okore should become a capable defender…same with Boilesen

        • comment avatar Darren Smith October 22, 2012

          We can only profile players with a good future profile of which none of them have.

  • comment avatar darock October 22, 2012

    Well, excellent backup for a £850K, althought i was developing him in fm12 and on age of 23 he was way better than that future screen.

    • comment avatar Darren Smith October 22, 2012

      Yeah he might be better in fm12 maybe.

  • comment avatar Iker Muniain November 12, 2012

    Where would you play this kid Darren, using Johnny’s Barca tactic on QPR lol

    • comment avatar Darren Smith November 12, 2012

      Not sure it depends on your other players really, but he would probably work best at MC.

  • comment avatar Iker Muniain November 12, 2012

    Thanks for the quick reply thinking that when I first saw him

  • comment avatar dpk04 November 14, 2012

    Can you post the profile of willian, douglas costa and gokhan tore

    • comment avatar Darren Smith November 14, 2012

      We’ve already done Willian, Costa will be done if we find a good enough future profile and we’ll look at Tore.

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