just got a crash dump :/
will open the game and see how much i have lost.
just got a crash dump :/
will open the game and see how much i have lost.
Yay, about time too!
Billericay turn professional
G. Keenan's FC United- 2011/2012 Season Review- Blue Square North
Second season down and I completed both of my aims from last season. I was able to make significant improvements to three of my defensive positions and, perhaps as a result, I had a great year. We were a little inconsistent at first but had an incredibly strong mid season run which set up our challenge for the title. Things remained close all season, we qualified for the playoffs with 7 games remaining and after 41 games the top 4 teams were separated by 2 points and a goal difference spread of just 3. Results fell our way on the final day of the season and a 3-1 victory away to 10th place Hyde was enough to secure the title! Cup for was decent, we had a respectable run to the 1st round of the FA Cup and we also reached the 3rd round of the 'Trophy.
Code:Season League Position Achievements -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2010/11 Blue Square North 5th None 2011/12 Blue Square North 1st Promoted, BSN champions
YES! ****ing magic. Coca Cola League Two Playoff Final, after leading the game, we fall 2-1 behind in extratime, only to pull it back to 3-2! Words cant describe my delight. Season update coming later.
Finished 20th in League 2 this season, expected seeing as I weakened the squad to save money.
Just got 180k up front for Paul Pogba from Championship Bradford. Saw that teams were interested, so offered him for 180 which was more than he was worth, and Bradford and MK Dons bit the cherry, and Bradford won. Nice to get the money up front and not in installments either
Phew, 7h 13m later, I'm just beginning the first game of the season. Man finding players is hard as **** if you don't know what you're doing! I think I probably have the best first team in each position in the league. I just have no backups at all, which is bad
I'm tired of it now, and just want to start playing, so I'll just sign whoever my scouts recommend to me next.
PS: Playing with FC United. Any good right winger suggestions welcome. I've literally grown a lot older since I started searching for a RW player. Hopefully will get the season done today
A word of warning to managers of Super Kyle Wilson -
Before contract extension: 13 appearances, 7.51 average rating, 14 goals, 5 Man of the Match awards
After contract extension: 9 appearances, 6.76 average rating, 5 goals, 1 Man of the Match award
230 pounds a week must buy a lot of liquor and donuts...
BTW I still suck at this, seven games left in the '11/'12 season with Carshalton and we are in 7th, one place worse than last season, with a far better squad on paper. Bleh. Losing interest in this challenge in particular and FM10 in general.
7 draws in my last 8 matches. Madness
Willing to make 2d (3d also if I can make them work...) kits for anyone who wants them, just pm the details, going to try and make a set for all the the teams this season over the next few weeks in my off time. But if anyone really wants one from the challenge just pm me and I can put it at the top of the list.
if anyone has a FC United virgin save they can upload, it would be appreciated largely... having some trouble getting them to come up.
here you go Nukeleus http://www.4shared.com/file/14493336..._-_FC_Utd.html
Last edited by Rooney_08; 08-11-2009 at 04:42. Reason: .
starting off with the questionably mighty sutton united, mostly because i like their color scheme and they have youth players from strange african nations. we'll see what happens.
Many Thanks Rooney_08
Getting a bit bored of writing updates and taking screenshots etc, have just got promoted to the EPL with Hendon but will just play the challenge with the same rules but manage it myself from now on. Happy to update if people don't care about screenshots, my scouts can be anywhere in the world now so no need for trials etc and seeing as I only have one non regen (Jamie O'Hara) in my side now it's not as if people will know who I'm talking about anyway.
Was given £29m and £270k wage budget for avoiding relegation in my first season so looks like plenty of cash to spend when clubs get into the EPL! Will continue to read though and see how people are doing
Good luck staying up next season.
Also just been linked with the Man U job, who have been doing poorly this season.
Last edited by Cerneo; 08-11-2009 at 08:14.
Meanwhile in the BSN, got off to a surprisingly good start for my first LLM game. 6 games played, I thought I'll have all sorts of gelling issues, but the team is playing well and we're in second.
Lost two games, which we atleast deserved to draw. On a related note, is anyone having 1 shot which hits the post every game? :x
Here's the screenie for team pos - http://img687.imageshack.us/img687/8212/fcunited1.jpg
Kyle Wilson is a legend (Y)
challenge website alternative update
Great news! I'm pretty confident that I've set up the Google form and my own Excel file nicely. The plan is for everyone to make their season updates through http://spreadsheets.google.com/viewf...UVdBcTJkQ2c6MA. This creates a database which I make use of so that I can create a ranking of each individual's season. The aim is to create a summary of every participant's challenge so far, and I will probably present the results as a Google spreadsheet. The format will be very similar to the website.
What you need to do
I hope you guys can help by starting with your season updates! Do it season by season and in a few days time, I will produce the first report. I'm trying to make the process as automated as possible using fancy Excel macros, but that would take some time. Meanwhile, you guys can really help by starting to use this form. This is certainly not as elegant a way as the website, but we don't have much choice now. So go on, update!
Note: to the following members, you will need to enter your data again. I didn't state clearly that I needed season-by-season updates and so caused the confusion. I've deleted what you've entered so you need to enter them again! Sorry for that!
Code:Smithers DanGLiverpool Cerneo Martvb60 Jazzfusion Kazpeer
thenamesfang, loving the spreadsheet, will be great if it comes off
i got promoted last season into the BSP after my first season as Merthyr but i'm finding it impossible to sign anyone who is rated more 3 stars apart. the only exception to this was david prutton but it is easy to see why he was unemployed for a year, he either plays above 7 or below 5.
How are other people finding signing of players in the BSP
Really enjoyed last year's game with Hendsford so I am here again. Managed to reach 4th place in the Premiership and made the Champions League just as the new game came out. Doh!
Just up to the 24th now and waiting to see who I can get. Wouldn't mind Durham but I keep getting the likes of Boston etc.
After 24 games we sit in 10th place but have a real injury problem, 3 of my 4 centre backs are injured and my top 3 strikers are all out leaving me my worst backup as the only striker which makes it very hard when you play 442.
Let see how i can work my magic in the Vaaaaaaalleys!
PROMOTION League 2 here we come! Super tonny
ahh fair enough the spreadsheet is a great idea though mate, congrats
losing interest in this challenge... the seasons just seem to be one long grind atm.
gonna take a break and play with another team for now.
Note: Apoligies but I am getting quite tired of the screenshots so I will from now on not post screenshots on Squads and Players.
FC United - Coca-Cola League Two - Season 2012/2013
My first season in the football league, and boy was it a toughey, but we managed to do much better than I was expecting, with my players pulling out all the stops towards the end and sealing us a sneaky play-off spot finishing 6th place. In the playoffs, we managed to steal victory with an extra-time comeback to win 3-2 against Yeovil.
We had a fantastic run in the League Cup, reaching the Quarter-Finals before being thrashed 3-0 by Man Utd, but defeating the likes of Portsmouth felt good, and to do so with such style, was fantastic. We had a terrible FA Cup, losing in the First Round to Crystal Palace by 4-1, very bad day. We also reached the Paint Trophy Final but we were defeated 3-2 by Southend, which was quite gutting.
Johnson's Paint Trophy
Our transfers were abit of a hit-and-miss tbh with much of our BSP squad remaining in the First Team tbh, the only real notable signings were Bruno Berner and Tony Kane in defence. Craig McShea still was our first-choice striker throughout League 2, which shows just how far he has progressed from the Blue Square North days. The team struggled much more though due to some poorer quality signings, which is obviously a slight concern.
Aims for Next Season:
To survive and push for a mid-table position hopefully, but mainly just to stay in League One.
Code:Season League Position Achievements -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2010/11 Blue Square North 1st Promotion, BSN Champions 2011/12 Blue Square Premier 1st Promoted 2012/13 Coca-Cola League 2 6th Promoted, play-off winners
alright i know promotion is secured, but is that really a reason to draw 8 out of 9 games?
My policy of avoiding cup runs seems to be paying off again as we have made another late season push for promotion. After a good initial start and then a run of bad form (mostly due to Craig Rodger's injury) we have now found some solid form. And thanks to the top clubs dropping points I am currently 2nd after 29 games, and equal on points with top of the table Norwich. The reason for our success is clear when you notice that both our strikers have 20 goals each. Hopefully we can keep it up and be in contention for promotion, but our small squad may be an issue in the coming months.
Tonbridge Angels – 2013-2014 BSP
This was without doubt our best season yet. We walked the division this year, winning the league and gaining promotion with a good 6-7 games left. The defence was solid all season with Mitchell and Culshaw forming a good centre half partnership. Caldwell played the makelele role perfectly, miller and roman where the playmakers in the centre of the park and grant created plenty of chances from the wing, probally would have been player of the season if it weren’t for super Kyle! Kyle Wilson was a class apart this season, banging in 47 in 44, mainly down to how many chances where created for him through out the matches.
Key player: Kyle Wilson. Do I have to say anymore?
Key Transfers: Cassidy and Hughes sured up the back line, bialkowski was good in goal, the others where used in rotation roles.
Finances again looking better, maybe one day we will be out of debt, one day.
I believe the squad is strong enough to stay up in league 2 next year, so will only look to bring in a couple of strengthening players, maybe 1 or 2 heading for the exit. Consolidation is what is require next season.
Ouch! You're hurting my eyes!
You might want to lower the font there Chris. No need to shout!
Last edited by crouchaldinho; 08-11-2009 at 11:22.
Argh it hurts my eyes
congratz on promotion though
I'm sick of these crash dumps, so I have re-formatted my computer, so I'm going to have to start a new one again today, going to go with Dartford again, even though there isn't really any differences between the teams at this level that much, will post profile page up later after the gym and hopefully, the re-format will mean I will stop getting crash dumps all the time
I'm gonna do this challenge, but fm10 runs so slow on this laptop, So i'm planning on buying a new laptop in the coming weeks, I've finished uni and everything and the only game i play on the laptop is fm, So yes, I am going to buy a new laptop JUST for fm. Heh.
Anton Peterlin is doing wonders for me in midfield in his first season! Rocking!
Midway through my first season with Farnborough, at the top of the league 5 points clear with a game in hand. Just got knocked out of the Fa Cup 3rd round by Plymouth, would have liked a better draw in that but you know .
Lost to Aldershot in the FA Trophy 1st Round as well, wasn't outplayed though so not disheartened. James Keatings is quality for BSS level, cheers whoever recommended him at the start!
Started this challenge few days ago and am new manager of Farnborough. http://img12.imageshack.us/i/dafugec...e1stprofi.png/
First season, The team i built played above all expectations and won the league on last day of season with a draw, enough to secure a 1 point winning margin.
I have included screenshots of my best players for the season.
Martin Riley http://img10.imageshack.us/i/rileyyr1.png/
Lee Matthews http://img11.imageshack.us/i/matthewsyr1.png/
Josh Webb http://img11.imageshack.us/i/webbyr1.png/
Stephen Laidler http://img11.imageshack.us/i/laidleryr1.png/
Jared Hodgkiss http://img11.imageshack.us/i/hodgkissyr1.png/
Matthews was my star all season but his attributes are falling like Newcastle now .
Aims for next season
Hopefully stay up and build a team capable of promotion push next year. Would be nice to turn professional too.
Both my strikers, Malcolm Christie and Matthew Tipton, scored in our first game in the BSN to give us a 2-0 win, onwards and upwards
Might be the first year when I have some strikers who can score - along with Craig McShea I've got a fairly decent set of players up front.
Billy Paynter is a beast in the BSP.
anyone got any logo packs for the teams? cant seem to find any :[
cheers boss ill take a look,
Media speculation has suggested i'm the favourite to take over at Leeds Utd, and I have also been offered the Luton job. Leeds would be tempting, but as i'm above both of them in League 1 I think i'll stick with King's Lynn!
Woho! Just won 1-0 vs Crystal Palace in the 2nd Rnd of the FA Cup!!
Guiseley = BSP
Crystal Palace = League One
G. Keenan's FC United- 2012/2013 Season Review- Blue Square Premier
Season Review: First season in the BSP started very well and I thought promotion was on the cards but then our form fell away and I had to settle for 7th. I thought my signing of Richard Offiong would carry me to glory but he was actually a little disappointing. As for the cups, I lost in the 1st round of the FA Cup and the 'Trophy.
Code:Season League Position Achievements -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2010/11 Blue Square North 5th None 2011/12 Blue Square North 1st Promoted, BSN champions 2012/13 Blue Square Premier 7th None
2010/2011 - Dartford - Blue Square South
My first season attempting this challenge and I was quietly confident that I could surprise my relegation battling prediction. I made a multitude of transfers before the season began, but my failure to actually sell anyone for any money meant I had to rely on free transfers. I got rid of a lot of the original squad and the majority of those who stayed spent the season in the reserves.
Media Prediction of 17th
As you can see from the graph the season began pretty well with the team in and around the playoff position, however it would have been higher if my away form had been anything like my home form. Unfortunately after such a promising start we got ourselves into a downward spiral of form, only getting the odd win here and there, which saw us slip to mid-table and then down into 18th place and perilously close to the relegation zone. In the new year we managed to pick ourselves up a little taking us back into the top half of the table, but after losing our remaining three games at the end of the season we managed to finish in a disappointing 17th place.
Had hoped for a really good cup run to get us some money in but we lost in the second qualifying round to Moseley, having scraped a draw in the first leg we got what we deserved.
We did slightly better in the FA Trophy, in that we managed to get past the qualifying stage and the first round, before we lost to BSP side Chelmsford in stoppage time in the second round.
There were not many players that stood out a stars of the season although there were certainly a few that I was disappointed with. Our problem for much of the season came from not having a proper goalscorer in the side, and as such we wasted chances in matches and threw away the lead. Anyway these were our players of the season
Chris Blackburn - The fans player of the season, Chris was the rock in the defence and too often we relied on him when the other defenders went missing
Thomas France - My player of the season, playing the attacking role of the two central midfielders, should have topped the assist chart really if it hadn't had been for our poor strike rate
Danny Hockton - Our top scorer and about the only striker who had a respectable record in front of goal, probably could have got around 20 goals this season if it wasn't for injuries
Next SeasonCode:Season League Position Achievements -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2010/11 Blue Square South 17th -
- Sort out squad
- Better cup run
- Challenge for playoffs
does anyone know why you can't retrain goalies to another position?
My back up goalie is unconvincing as a striker at the moment and i'm short of strikers so would consider putting him on as his physical attributes are good along with being my best penalty taker.
Last edited by Thebaker; 08-11-2009 at 14:43.
Ayala gets sent off for a foul, my players surround the ref resulting in a second yellow for Westwood.
A quicker way to do screenshots is imageshack quickshot is take and uploads at the same time and gives you the link. but the only down side is it does 1 at a time.
Smithers - Oxford City - Blue Square North - 2012/13
League prediction - 11th
League position - 2nd (won play-offs)
This season we excelled with tremendous promise. We were rampant in the league, scoring goals galore, and had some decent cup runs too. The signing of Gareth Evans was a master-stroke, and his partnership up-front with Kyle Wilson was integral to our success, leaving last year's star Pavol Suhaj on the subs' bench.
The play-off semi-finals produced two of the most extraordinary games I've ever had the pleasure of watching in my CM/FM experience. In the first leg, we seemed to be out of the running before we'd even started as we went down 3-0 inside only 19 minutes away to Histon, which included a ridiculously bizarre own-goal. Even when winger Brett Poate grabbed a goal back, a minute later we were 3 goals down again. But a goal either side of half-time from super-signing 17-year old Ron Franks, and midfielder Francis Quarm set us up for a feasible win in the home leg. Here, attacking from the off, we produced a spectacular first-half display to complete a fantastic comeback and earn a place in the final against Droylsaden, where Quarm again delivered the goods, as well as centre-back Jon Boardman, to give us our first ever promotion.
FA Cup run - our best ever FA Cup run saw us reach the 1st round where we earned a respectable replay against League 2 leaders Yeovil.
FA Trophy run - again, much better than last season as we reached the 3rd round, only to go out against BSP team Stevenage.
Transfers - like last season, another great year of signings. Prolific striker Gareth Evans joined on a free transfer, and scored 24 goals in 41 games. Adam Mekki immediately established himself on the left-wing, and Francis Quarm proved to be exceptional in midfield, contributing both to defence and attack, with his 9 goals and 5 assists. Special praise must be given to 17-year old Ron Franks though, who joined on loan when Evans got injured, and turned out to be another excellent signing, as he grabbed a hat-trick on his debut, before scoring another 3, to notch up a brilliant 6 goals, in just 4 starts and 2 substitute appearances. He impressed so much that I signed him full-time after his loan finished.
Squad - defensively this season we were solid with our back four of Phil Anderson, Jon Boardman, John Scarborough and Andrew Thomas. Although we conceded a fair amount, we balanced it out by getting a few goals too, with Boardman (fans' player of the year) getting 5, and Scarborough scoring 3. In midfield, Luke Thurlbourne and Scott Hadland on the right-wing were our creative forces, but our main strength definitely lay in our attack. Kyle Wilson (nominated for player of the season) produced a formidable partnership with Evans, and although Pavol Suhaj was in great form too, he was left on the bench for the majority of the season. Our 3 main strikers score between them 64 goals, and this was the principal reason why we scored the most goals in the league.
Finances - grew somewhat out of control towards the end of the season, but all in all I was able to stay within the limits of the wage budget by releasing players on frees, or changing players' contracts.
Aims for next season:
- stay up
- get a decent parent club
- limit the amount of goals we're conceding whilst maintaining our attacking power
SuperRedditch - MARINE - 2010/2011 - Blue Square North
End of Season Review
The first season in is always a difficult one to predict, but feeling confident in my abilities, I signed 21 players, whilst showing 18 the door.
Blue Square North
As you can see, I spent pretty much all the season top of the league, however, Tamworth went on a 8 game winning streak 2/3rds the way through, and pegged me back to 2 pts.
FA Cup Managed to get to the 1st round, which pleased the board and fans. Also netted me a bit of extra cash.
FA Trophy Got given a tough Away game at Altrincham that we really didn't have too much of a chance in.
I didn't really have a out and out star player, or top scorer, but having a lot of players chip in with great performances.
Loanee Strike Partner
Captain and Defensive Rock and his Able Deputy
The basis for our success was an extremely strong back line, only in the last 15 games conceding the majority of our goals. The two Strikers did their bit though, but I never really found a consistent Centre Midfield partnership.
Aims for Next Season
Finish mid-table or higher
Get out of debt
Find a consistent 1st team
Last edited by SuperRedditch; 08-11-2009 at 16:04.
Can anyone help me with this issue?
Finished my first season with F'boro, finished top by 3 points I think.
Struggling to sign anyone that will improve my team for the BSP, might have to scour Scotland again.
The board are going to pull out all the stops this season.
What am I going to spend it all on?
I reckon a round of beers and some Cheese and Onion crisps will do.
Injuries have pretty much scuppered my chances of winning League 1. My tiny squad just can't cover and, with 3 games left, 3 points behind league leaders Crewe, I simply don't have the players to field a fully fit team. It doesn't help that all my youth prospects have been useless. But at least we are guaranteed the playoffs and are 4 points clear of 3rd place... and both our strikers are fit, which is enough!
And i'm playing Crewe next, which should be fun!
We hammered Crewe 3-0! A masterclass from Craig Rodger who grabbed 2 goals. Not bad considering it was a mostly second-string side. Now we're level on points and GD for 1st place with 2 games remaining.
Drew 2-2 with Doncaster, which means we are now 2 points behind 1st placed Crewe. But on the other hand that point has sealed 2nd place and automatic promotion for us. So King's Lynn will be playing Championship football next season!
Last edited by Gypsum; 08-11-2009 at 18:23.
Here i am .
Big thanks again to Gilbster !
Last edited by ManUtdFan; 08-11-2009 at 18:09.
Wow I am really struggling with Durham, I guess I can't attract high calibre players on a wage budget of 2k despite signing a few good players the results are just not falling my way, after 10 games we sit 16th on 10 points, and I've just linked with the Alfreton job, play up Durham!
Good luck Gypsum!
Haven't started amazingly to the BSP to be honest, three 0-0 draws (vs. Barrow, Histon and York) followed by a 2-0 loss to Stevenage.
My strikers can't score, Keatings was amazing last season, added a few players to the squad as well. I'll do an update for the first season later on.
Just signed Kyle Wilson. Anyone got any ideas on how to get the best out of him. Like poacher, advanced forward etc. For me he has only scored 1 in 8.
Season 2018/19 Review - Kingstonian in the Coca-Cola Championship
Switched from my 4-5-1 to a counter-attacking 4-4-2 to get new signing Lascaux into the line-up. We seem have to remained a tough side to break down, as evident by having the second best defensive record behind Coventry, but the offensive play left a bit to be desired. We still hovered around the last playoff spot for most of the season and after a spell of late-season wins managed to climb up to 5th with 2 games to go. A poor finish with 2 losses would however prove too weak and only good for 7th behind Bristol City on goal difference.
FA Cup | League Cup
Not a spectacular cup season; we did well until drawing the Premiership teams.
A lack of proper provision from the new 4-4-2's defensive wingers left Pinto and Lascaux with few clear-cut chances to score, so ~20 goals a piece is something I'm quite happy with. I seriously doubt a lone striker would've closed in on 40 against this opposition, so considering the new tactic has kept our defence together and allowed 2 up front I'm quite satisfied. The highlight is otherwise Roddy Wilson, a young scotsman I bought for way too much money hoping he'll develop into the Premiership defender my scout claims he can. The assistant doesn't quite agree, so we'll see. He did well this season with the highest average rating of the regular CB's.
Strengthening all around. Also had to let go of a bunch of central midfielders in January as they were on way too expensive contracts for the playtime they shared now that we're down to 2 guys in central midfield. Vialle probably stands out from the rest in that he never featured in a single game—and was never meant to. Lascaux had problems adjusting to the English lifestyle and I simply needed a fellow frenchman to help him settle in.
The big problem area this season. A balance of ~£2.5M has turned into ~£650K over the course of one season, a trend we certainly can't afford to continue. My £800K transfer spending certainly contributed, but that still leaves a million in losses. Predictably a 4500 capacity (1100 seated) stadium can't really support Championship wages, and the board refuses upgrades as we don't own the stadium. It looks like I might have to stick to free transfers next season and pray for a good cup run to stay in the black...
Aim for next season: Playoff spot, get the finances sorted.
Code:Season Team League Finished Achievements 2010/11 Kingstonian Blue Square South 4th - 2011/12 Kingstonian Blue Square South 1st Champions, Promotion 2012/13 Kingstonian Blue Square Premier 3rd FA Trophy winners 2013/14 Kingstonian Blue Square Premier 3rd Promotion through playoffs 2014/15 Kingstonian Coca-Cola League 2 8th - 2015/16 Kingstonian Coca-Cola League 2 2nd Promotion 2016/17 Kingstonian Coca-Cola League 1 5th - 2017/18 Kingstonian Coca-Cola League 1 2nd Promotion 2018/19 Kingstonian Coca-Cola Championship 7th -
As it stands in my final game i'm beating Gillingham 2-0 while Crewe are losing to relegation battlers Swindon 1-0. If it stays like this we win the league!
I'm 62 minutes in now...
75 minutes; Rodger nets his second to send us 3-0 up. Crewe are still losing.
FULL TIME; Swindon beat Crewe 1-0 as we win 3-0. King's Lynn are champions of League 1!
Last edited by Gypsum; 08-11-2009 at 18:49.
G. Keenan's FC United- 2013/2014 Season Review- Blue Square Premier
Season Review: My 2nd season in the BNP was similar to last season in the fact that we started well again winning four of our first five games, but instead of falling off as we did last season, we were able to push on and claim a playoff position by finishing 3rd. In the playoffs we drew Dagenham & Redbridge in the semis and drew the first leg 0-0, being the away leg I wasn't too disappointed with this result. In the home leg we smashed them 3-1 to progress to the playoff final. In the final we drew Mansfield and won, 3-2, in front of 38,819 at Wembley.
Code:Season League Position Achievements -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2010/11 Blue Square North 5th None 2011/12 Blue Square North 1st Promoted, BSN champions 2012/13 Blue Square Premier 7th None 2013/14 Blue Square Premier 3rd Promoted, playoffs
Brilliance from Rodger there Gypsum
Thanks again to everyone who helped with the list of teams that are being managed. I think there are a few more to be added now like Nantwich, Hednesford and Durham among others. After many times reloading and much deliberating I've decided to finally go for Burscough. So here I am
And congrats to Gareth as well.
My scout has reported a 39 year-old David Beckham available on a free, and willing to sign for just £1,000 a week! He can't run, but his technical stats are superb. It'd be great to get him!
I've started with Merthyr doing pretty well by my standards at the minute(probably shouldn't of said that). 6 out of 7 wins so far in friendlys including a 2-0 win over Morecambe and a 6-1 win over Havant and W. So good so far
How come i couldnt get Craig McShea,Gallacher and Adam Hunter to join me as FC United ?
I offered max wages to them .
Nuneaton are massively overated by SI, i mean come on 1700 rep, when they get promoted they're media prediction is 4th, totally unrealistic as they were never a force when they were in the BSN, and i would since i am Blyth Spartans fan who are in the BSN!
Currently considering a 3-1-6 formation.
have given this another go with Ilkeston.
oh and also you cant sayu we werent a force in the blue square north when we were two points away from the playoffs
Last edited by Shorty Boy; 08-11-2009 at 20:06.
Geez... I had £4M offer for Lascaux accepted, but he obviously had to go and turn down their contract. Now he wants to move to a bigger club but no one wants him, so I'm stuck with both him and the replacement I'd already signed as I assumed the deal would go through.
Welsh Wizard - Carshalton - Blue Square Premier - 2011/12 - Season 2
Table | Past Positions Graph | Player Stats
Finished: 4th (play-off winners)
After a slow start to the season I was getting ready for the relegation battle but things picked up and we held at mid table for abit before a late surge up the table which was helped with the return of some key players from injury.
FA Cup - Lost in 4th round Qual vs Salisbury
FA Trophy - Lost in 1st round vs Gateshead
Not so well in the cups
Transfers - Some are show on last years which I said.
Zoltan Harsanyi - Great season I hope it will continue in L2
Daniel Jones - With his speed he was a constant threat down the left which give him a few goals and a load of assist.
Inigo Idiakez - Getting on abit but he still has great technical ability
Decent cup run to ease debt
Improve squad and get rid of dead wood
Code:Season Division Position Achievements --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2010/11 BSS 1st Promotion 2011/12 BSP 4th Play-off Winners