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    Default Engin Bekdemir hangs up his boots

    At the tender age of 38 Oxford legend Engin Bekdemir has announced his decision to retire from playing at the end of the season on my FM2010 save. He declined my offer to reconsider his retirement.

    I'd like to pay hommage to one of Oxford's greatest servants. Whilst he's not been one of my most prolific players, he's still had a glittering career and currently holds the Oxford club records of the oldest goal scorer (38 years and 94 days) and the most league appearances for the club (578). In his first game for Oxford, we were a League Two side and his final game in football was a sub appearance in the Champions League final on the winning side.

    Thanks for the memories!







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    Nice. So in real life is he in Chelsea's youth squad now?

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    Quote Originally Posted by phnompenhandy View Post
    Nice. So in real life is he in Chelsea's youth squad now?
    Don't know about in real life.

    I've just signed him as my assistant manager for Oxford

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    What a fantastic career. BTW he currently plays for Porto under 19's in real life. What are his Manager stats like?

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    His coaching attributes are good, not so sure about his mental attributes though. An average Ass man for a premier league side.

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    *doffs hat*

    Stuff like this is what make football manager so great. :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by stant View Post
    His coaching attributes are good, not so sure about his mental attributes though. An average Ass man for a premier league side.
    Perhaps you're right but i've won the league for 11 years running so it matters little in the long run about the mental stats of my ass man. He got the job because of his service to the club.

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