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    You can do it !

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    Hell of a trophy haul in this thread, that is some pretty impressive progress there!

    You may have posted this already and I've missed it, but what kind of attendances are you attracting?

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    The attendances are rising at a pretty good rate. The main problem i have is that the stadium is 3000 capacity with only 1,056 seating so on european game i can only sell 1,056 tickets and am missing out on 2/3 of potential ticket revenue, hopefully i can get the board to add new seats soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JackJCFC View Post
    The attendances are rising at a pretty good rate. The main problem i have is that the stadium is 3000 capacity with only 1,056 seating so on european game i can only sell 1,056 tickets and am missing out on 2/3 of potential ticket revenue, hopefully i can get the board to add new seats soon.
    That sucks, big time. Why your board haven't changed that yet is amazing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JackJCFC View Post


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    The attendances are rising at a pretty good rate. The main problem i have is that the stadium is 3000 capacity with only 1,056 seating so on european game i can only sell 1,056 tickets and am missing out on 2/3 of potential ticket revenue, hopefully i can get the board to add new seats soon.
    Another couple of years and you'll be able to ask for a bigger ground...maybe they'll change to all seater in the process?

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    They will change to an all seater if i do get a new stadium but id rather they just add seats to the one i already have for the sake of money.

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    Lyon (H) 0-1. A tough game where Lyon had the better of the play. We had a few chances but were unable to convert any.

    Barcelona (A) 0-5.
    Worst performance I’ve seen in years. Defence was an absolute shambles and we deserved to lose. I expected to lose this match but the way in which we done it was a disgrace.

    Ajax (H) 3-0 Absolutely dominated the game and got a good win but unfortunately Lyon beat Barca meaning we finished 3rd.

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    Unlucky but you shown very good improvement in Europe

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    Quote Originally Posted by JackJCFC View Post
    Lyon (H) 0-1. A tough game where Lyon had the better of the play. We had a few chances but were unable to convert any.

    Barcelona (A) 0-5.
    Worst performance I’ve seen in years. Defence was an absolute shambles and we deserved to lose. I expected to lose this match but the way in which we done it was a disgrace.

    Ajax (H) 3-0 Absolutely dominated the game and got a good win but unfortunately Lyon beat Barca meaning we finished 3rd.

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    Getting knocked out with 9 points is really unlucky. Still, taking 9 points from that group is brilliant progress.

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    Unlucky not to qualify, but it shows how far you have come in Europe by getting 9 points. Keep up the good work!

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    Respectable showing.

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    I prefer the Euro cup at the moment anyway, its easier to progress in which in turn gives us a bigger boost in the club rankings. Although saying that the champions league is more financially rewarding.

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    Euro Cup

    First Knockout Round

    First Leg: Olympiakos 0:1 Carmarthen.
    A tough away game with both sides having good chances. We grabbed our goal mid-way through the 2nd half which gave us an important away goal and a clean sheet.

    Second Leg: Carmarthen 4:0 Olympiakos. A great first 30 minutes virtually killed off the tie as we managed to dominate throughout to progress to the next round.

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    Euro Cup

    Second Knockout Round

    First Leg: CSKA Moscow 2:0 Carmarthen. A poor match for us, we conceded straight away and had a goal disallowed after 10 minutes. To make matters worst we had a man sent off mid way through the first half. From then on it was just about holding on but CSKA doubled their lead giving us a big task in the 2nd leg.

    Second Leg: Carmarthen 4:2 CSKA Moscow. We were so unlucky in this game, we went in at half time 1-0 down and needing at least 4 goals to go through. In the 2nd half we came out an completly different team and in the 78th minute looked to have won the game only for CSKA to get one back in the 84th minute sending us out on away goals. This has to go down as one of the best games i've seen in this career though, edge of the seat stuff.

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    Unlucky Looked like a real thriller

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    Unlucky , there's always next year .

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    I've just read through your most recent updates, being the first time i've visited your thread... Looks like your doing amazing! Great job in the Champions League and Europa League, best of luck for next years competitions!

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    Cheers guys. In the end i felt hard done by, losing on away goals but looking back im quite proud of the comeback we had in the 2nd half. The match reminded me of Chelsea v Napoli last night except the home team didnt go through

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    Quote Originally Posted by JackJCFC View Post
    Cheers guys. In the end i felt hard done by, losing on away goals but looking back im quite proud of the comeback we had in the 2nd half. The match reminded me of Chelsea v Napoli last night except the home team didnt go through
    I dont support Chelsea, but that match was epic, I watched it while playing FM

    I can definately see the comparison, i'm sure next season you wont even visit the Europa League, you will reach the next stage of the Champions League!

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    Painful way to go.

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    The national team are embaressingly bad, i can't get them to score and the defenders are terrible. Won't be long til either the sack or i resign.

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    Looks like a takeover is on the cards, although it doesn't look like anything exciting, just a new board member.

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    Carmarthen 2026/2027

    League

    Predicted: 1st
    Finished: 1st


    The league was once again pretty simple, we had an 18 point lead at the split with TNS and Llanelli fighting for 2nd. We won the league after 25 games for the 15th year in a row.

    We finished the season unbeaten, Llanelli took 2nd and so go into the champions league with TNS in 3rd. Aberystwyth and Haverfordwest took the remaining euro spots.

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    Cups

    Welsh Cup: Dominated the match but only beat Wrexham 1-0.

    Loosemores Cup: Beat Llanelli 4-0.

    Europe
    Came third in the champions league group stage.

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    In the Euro cup we beat Olympiakos before losing to CSKA.

    Transfers

    Joe Connery ST: 17 year old striker who has the potential to be a good player for us, played mostly from the bench this year bagging 5 goals in 17 games.

    Luis Zampieri ST: Decent striker signed on a free, struggled to get a spot in the first team due to high competition but scored 10 goals in 26 games.

    Andre ST: 26 year old signed for £2.6million, probably the best buy I’ve done in a while, he got some vital goals in Europe and broke a club record to get 45 goals in 32.

    Zhivko Bekyarov RB: quick right back signed for just over a million, done well throughout the season and is now a firm first choice.

    Zakaria Ghillas GK: signed for £1.4 I desperately needed a good keeper having lost my old one on a free, however he didn’t live up to his fee and was rather poor. Looking to get rid this summer.

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    Finances


    Training facilities are going to be upgraded, costing £1.8million.

    We were losing quite a lot of money every month due to high wages but with the size of our stadium as it is this is unavoidable if we want to be competitive. The money from group stage football just about covers our wages so more is needed if I want to make transfers, make improvements etc.
    Despite all the talk and rumour, we haven’t been taken over yet, although I hope it comes soon.

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    Wales

    The national team job is going about as bad it can get. We have only scored 2 goals under my management. (around 6 games) Our centre backs are just awful, most of them are only semi pro footballers. Our best result so far is 0-0 against Ireland. Morale is rock bottom and the team still do not know my tactics which is making things 10 times harder. We almost beat Georgia 2-1 but conceded twice in the last 7 minutes to lose the game.

    Results

    TNS lost in the 3rd Q round of the Champions league champions playoff to Benfica. In the 4th Q round of the euro cup they managed a home win against Metalist before losing the 2nd leg and not making it through

    Aberystwyth went out in the 2nd Q round to a team from Kazakhstan.

    Bangor City went out in the 3rd Q round to Dundee United.

    Llanelli lost to Basel in the 4th Q round.

    The WPL dropped 5 places to 18th after a poor European show from all teams involved. Carmarthen moved up 14 places to 23rd in Europe. Qualification places stay the same.

    Welsh young player of the year: Iestyn Jones (Carmarthen)

    Welsh footballer of the year: Huw Hughes (Carmarthen)

    WPL Player of the year: Carlos Mateos (Carmarthen)

    WPL Young Player of the year: Iestyn Jones (Carmarthen)

    Manager of the year: Me

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    Very good season, especially in Europe, lets hope you can move on and get even better in the coming season Will be watching!

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    Just requested a new stadium and the board have said they'll look into it. On the boardroom screen it is being 'planned' which takes a year, so hopefully a new stadium ahead

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    Just been sacked from the Wales job, can't say its a surprise, i was just about to resign when i saw the news in my inbox. Probably the least enjoyable managerial experience i've ever had, the team is absolutly shocking, ranked 176th in the world and sturggle to score against even the worst of opposition. Aswell as that when this guy is the best defender available you know you have problems.

    All i can do i try and improve youth recruitment so that better young welsh players come through, if i can do that then i may have another crack at it in a few years if they'll let me. Otherwise i'm steering well clear!

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    Our takeover has been completed, with a new board member stepping up as the club chairman. Don't think this will have much impact on the club, i just hope he likes youth development.

    Edit: good start, he's allowed me to improve youth facilities after 1 day, bit costly at £4million though, this should take them to excellent.
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    Champions League

    Group Stage

    Anderlecht (H) 2-0. Completely dominated the match with the goals coming at the beggining of the game and at the very end. Should have really won by more.

    Lyon (A) 2-3. We didn’t play well at all, our defensive performance in particular was a let down. We were down to 10 men in the last 10 minutes due to injuries and that’s when we conceded the decisive 3rd goal.

    FC Bayern (A) 1-2. Bayern were all over us for the whole match, we went attacking in the last 20 minutes, conceding straight away before grabbing a late consolation goal.
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    Bayern (H) 1-1. Gutted. We defended well most of the match and had the lead until Bayern equalised in the 93rd minute, could be costly.

    Anderlecht (A) 2-1. They took a long time to come but we eventually got our first goal in the 84th minute with Andre adding a 2nd 3 minutes later. Anderlecht got one back on the 88th but we held out for an important 3 points.

    Lyon (H) 1-3. We had the better of the game but defensively we were very poor, don’t know why we have gone backwards in this respect in Europe. Result doesn’t matter anyway as even a win wouldn’t have been enough for 2nd as Bayern won.

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    Good going in a tough group. Shame you couldn't make it through.

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    Euro Cup

    First knockout round

    HSV (A) 1-1. Our first tie was a difficult one against last years finalists HSV. It started off badly as we conceded after 2 minutes. However, we battled on and got an equaliser near half time. We continued to improve as the match went on but we couldn’t grab a 2nd goal.

    HSV (H) 1-1 ET (3-1P) A even game that could have gone either way, HSV went in at half time with a lead but Andre pulled one back on the hour mark. The game then went to extra time then penalties where we remained calm and composed enough to finish as the winners.
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    Euro Cup

    Second knockout round


    Besiktas (A) 2-0. A great win for us, we were solid defensively and had the better of possession and attacking play, although both our goals came from corners. The 2 away goals gave us a strong position going into the 2nd leg.

    Besiktas (H) 2-0. An early goal settled any nerves and allowed us to sit back and soak up the pressure with another good defensive performance, we added a 2nd late on from a set piece.

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    Euro Cup

    Quarter Final


    Celtic (A) 0-1. A pretty poor game, disapointed with the fact we didnt get a shot on target, the lack of an away goal makes the job harder.

    Celtic (H) 3-1. A very nerve wracking game, we got an early goal but Celtic got one back on the half hour mark. With 20 minutes left it looked like we were heading out until surprise hero Kopric bagged two goals in the last 15 minutes to put us through.

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    Euro Cup

    Semi Final

    Sunderland (H) 1-0. Sunderland were all over us in the first half but after a strong team talk we came out a better team in the 2nd half, we played well on the counter attack and Andre grabbed a late goal to give us a slender lead for the 2nd leg.

    Sunderland (A) 0-0.
    I rested a few of the players who were a yellow away from a ban and it didnt seem to make a difference. We were the better team but a bit wasteful infront of goal, that didnt matter however, as we once again made it to the final where we face Liverpool!

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    Euro Cup Final

    Liverpool (N) 1-0. Our first european trophy!! It was a tough game in which Liverpool were the better team but we scored with about 20 minutse left from a set piece. We went down to 10 men in the 93rd minute which led to a nervy free kick but we held out for a great win!!

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    Well done on a European trophy, not far from the big one.

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    Carmarthen 2027/2028
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    Predicted: 1st
    Finished: 1st


    We won every game up until the league split and had a 20 point lead over Llanelli who were going strong in 2nd place.

    Our win streak continued and we won the league after 25 games, we lost the 26th match of the season to Llanelli. Llanelli took 2nd place quite clearly. Neath, Prestatyn and TNS take the other EURO spots.

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    Cups

    Welsh Cup: Played a weakened team due to Europe but we beat Wrexham 4-2.

    Loosemores Cup: Beat Bangor City 4-0, with a hat-trick from Andre.

    Europe

    Went out of the champions league at the group stage after a difficult group.

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    However, after dropping into the EURO Cup we beat HSV, Besiktas, Celtic and Sunderland on our way to the final where we beat Liverpool in a close fought game.

    Liverpool (N) 1-0.


    Transfers

    Andrej Hodak GK: Needed a backup keeper and this guy done pretty well, only played domestic games though.

    Raoul Werdens CB: 22 year old CB, 5th choice CB and good backup. Won’t ever be a regular though.

    James Heath LB CB: 17 year old with good potential, provided backup at LB and developed well over the season.

    Ibrahima Diallo ST: 32 year old striker with good all round stats, played well as a backup in the league and in Europe.

    Daniel Yeboah CDM CM: England international who’s more of a backup player, played alright but got injured a lot.

    Stuck to free transfers this year due to a small transfer budget, hopefully this helps the finances a bit. On a positive note we made over £1million in transfer sales.

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    Finances


    Youth facilities are being upgraded which is costing us £3.8million. Youth recruitment has been improved for the first time and is now ‘basic’.

    Without European money we were losing around £1million a month. Our annual wages were at one point £7.5million but I managed to bring them down to £6.5million as we can’t really afford a wage budget that high. Other than that finances are good with just under £10million in the bank.

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    Wales

    The National team is ranked 174th in the world and managed a win against Lichtenstein but still isn’t faring much better than when I was in charge.

    Llanelli lost in the 3rd Q round of the champions league to Celtic. They then lost in the Euro cup 4th Q round to Feyenoord.


    Aberystwyth went out in the 3rd Q round to Hearts.

    Haverfordwest went out in the 3rd Q round.

    TNS lost narrowly to Spartak Moscow in the 4th Q round of the Euro cup.

    The WPL remains in 18th place in Europe, the 2 cups both dropped down a place. Carmarthen moved up 14 places to 15th in europe which will hopefully get us 2nd seed in the group stages. EURO positions for Wales stay the same.

    Welsh young player of the year: Iestyn Jones (Carmarthen)

    Welsh footballer of the year: Huw Hughes (Carmarthen)

    WPL Player of the year: Luis Zampieri (Carmarthen)

    WPL Young Player of the year: James Heath (Carmarthen)

    Manager of the year: Me

    Team of the year

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    I'm surprised that the club haven't increased the seating capacity at the ground

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan BHTFC View Post
    I'm surprised that the club haven't increased the seating capacity at the ground
    So am i, i've requested a new stadium which the planning for should end in a couple of weeks so i look forward to seeing what happens then!

    I like the board that took over though, they seem very keen on youth development, forcing me to enter the under 19's and allowing my requests so the clubs is growing slowly.

    Edit: just had a few clubs turn Pro with the new season so that's around half the teams in the league now i think.
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    It's fantastic that you've finally managed to become noticed in Europe as a major force Huge congratulations on winning the Europa League, next it's onto making an impact in the Champions League and pushing teams all the way! Good luck

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    We've just announced a second sponsor which is only 26k per year for 4 years. A sign of progress though!

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    Every little helps! Seems a bit low for a team thats winning the Europa League though...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tactic Master View Post
    Every little helps! Seems a bit low for a team thats winning the Europa League though...
    Yeah well it is only a 'local business', must be a farmer or something! Our main sponsor is only 400k but that runs out end of this season, will be intereting to see what i get.

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    Well hopefully with the new found success, sponsors might see sense

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    The new stadium seemed to come to nothing, the planning stage has come to an end but no annoucements or anything. I went and asked for a new stadium and they rejected me, soooo annoying!

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    Congratz on winning the Euro cup!

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    I was just about to ask about finances, had a quick glance at your update and noticed you already have the screenshot Looks like your doing fine at the moment, but you really need that Champions League money!

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    We have announced another 2 year sponsorship worth 26k per year, making this our 3rd one, and our 2nd new one this year!

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    Champions League

    Qualifying places haven't changed so im not sure why we're back at this stage, the last 2 years we've gone straight to the groups.

    3rd Qualifying round

    Shamrock Rovers (H) 6-1. A simple enough win with goals from Andre, Ndlovu, Guthrie, Jones (2) and Diallo. Rovers got a goal back late on but it shouldnt make any difference to the tie.

    Shamrock Rovers (A) 0-0.
    Played a weaker team but still controlled the game, the only thing missing was goals. Diallo's injury was a broken leg which for a 32 year old is pretty much career ending, i don't see a way back from this for him.

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    Champions Playoff

    Zestaponi (A) 3-1. Goals from Andre (2) and Guthrie gave us a comfortable win in a match where we were the better team. We didn't put the game beyond doubt but with the 2nd leg being at home it makes it easier.

    Zestaponi (H) 4-1. A comfortable win in a match to ensure we make it through the group stage.

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    Very simple ride so far, sets you up nicely.

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    Super Cup

    Werder Bremen (N) 4-4 (3-5 Pens). What a crazy game! We absolutly dominated the first 30 minutes and took the lead but out of no-where Bremen got 2 goals to take the lead into half time. Hughes came on midway through the 2nd half and scored straight away, we added a 3rd not long after but Bremen pegged us back immediatly. The match went to extra time where Burns gave us the lead again only for Bremen to get one back 2 mins later. The game ended and went to pens where the Germans were typically clinical scoring every pen but for us Garcia missed his spot kick, losing us the game.


    In other news i managed to get 2nd seed in the group stage draw, still ended up being pretty tough though.

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    Just got my 2nd parent team, PSG who join Fenerbache. Useful for a bit of income and maybe the odd loan player.

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    Athletico Madrid (A) 0-1. Our first game was against 3rd seed Athletico, the first half was even with both sides playing well. In the 2nd half however we were very poor and deserved to lose the match.

    Panathinaikos (H) 2-0. A solid win with goals from Hughes and Andre, probably should have been more but an important 3 points.

    Arsenal (H) 3-1.
    A good win for us, the first half was fairly even but we managed to nick a lead from a corner shortly before half time. In the second half we played well on the counter with Burns getting our 2nd goal. Ndolvu added a 3rd to kill off the game before Arsenal got a consolation goal from a penalty in the 92nd minute.

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    I think qualification is on the cards, just need to get something in Athens and make up for Athletico in the return.

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    Quote Originally Posted by deltablue View Post
    I think qualification is on the cards, just need to get something in Athens and make up for Athletico in the return.
    Yep, i recon if i can get 10 or 11 points i can make top 2, depending on how Arsenal v Athletico goes.

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    Congrats on the Europa League, man. Great progress!

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    Arsenal (A) 0-0. Arsenal were all over us for the whole match, we offered very little upfront but a great defensive performance ensured the point.

    Athletico Madrid (H) 0-1. We were all over them for the whole game but we were far too wasteful infront of goal. Madrid scored their only shot on target. A costly defeat. To progress we had to hope Arsenal didn’t beat Athletico.

    Panathinaikos (A) 3-0. A simple enough win thanks to goals from Andre (2) and Guthrie, we were down to 10 men after Sousa went off injured but it made no difference. Arsenal lost 4-1 which means that we finish 2nd.

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    Quote Originally Posted by withnail316 View Post
    Congrats on the Europa League, man. Great progress!
    Cheers, hopefully its the champions league this time!

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    Great qualification, as I thought.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JackJCFC View Post
    Cheers, hopefully its the champions league this time!
    I'm assuming you're a club legend by now, man? (If you've put it in the thread I've missed it, my apologies).... just wondered if so, how many trophies did you have to win to earn it? My 9 haven't been enough to even get to icon yet!

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    Quote Originally Posted by withnail316 View Post
    I'm assuming you're a club legend by now, man? (If you've put it in the thread I've missed it, my apologies).... just wondered if so, how many trophies did you have to win to earn it? My 9 haven't been enough to even get to icon yet!
    Yeah i've been a club legend for some time now. Not 100% sure when i became a legend tbh, maybe around 2018? 4 my players have gone on to become legends aswell so far.

    At that point i would have had about 6 league titles and won both the cups a few times.

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    Having missed out on Lyon in the group stage for the first time in several years, i had the bad luck of drawing them in the knockout round instead!

    Lyon (H) 3-0. We were the better team in the first half although at half time it was 0-0. on the 65th minute Burns gave us the lead before Andre added 2 on the 80th and 92nd minute to give us a great lead for the 2nd leg, importantly with no away goals given away. This win took me by surprise but it was Lyons poor finishing which helped us alot.

    Lyon (A) 2-1.
    For most of the first half Lyon were all over us and took the lead after 24 minutes. However, we got one back just before half time on the counter. In the second half things were more even and we even managed a 2nd goal after a Lyon defender scored in his own net.

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    Barcelona (H) 0-1. A tough game which Barca were the better team throughout, however, it did look to be heading for a respectable 0-0 draw until they scored in the 91st minute. Pretty gutting.

    Barcelona (A) 0-2. Barca were dominant in the first half but we managed to hold them out. However, we seemed to fall apart after half time, conceding almost straight away, i went all out attack, conceding another goal not long after to end the game 2-0 and dump us out.

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    You weren't too badly beaten, so close to challenging I think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by deltablue View Post
    You weren't too badly beaten, so close to challenging I think.
    Yeah, if i can get one or 2 more players in certain positions then i think i can do better in these types of matches. The money has really helped anyway, much better than the EURO Cup.

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    Nice run in the Champions League, I think your close enough now and could probably reach the Semi's next season easily!

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    Carmarthen 2028/2029

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    Finished: 1st


    We won every game up until the league split and had a 18 point lead over Llanelli and TNS in 2nd and 3rd respectively, they were the teams who had broken off from the rest of the pack and were competing for the last champions league spot.

    Our win streak continued and we won the league after 26 games, we lost our 30th league game away to Neath after hitting bad form post-Barca match. TNS took 2nd place quite clearly. Llanelli were close behind in 3rd whilst, Neath and Bangor City take the other EURO spots.

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    Welsh Cup: We lost in the final to Wrexham 2-1 after an own goal by one of our own defenders. Wrexham are now a mid-table PL team.

    Loosemores Cup: Beat Neath 3-0.

    Europe

    Made it through the group stages for the 2nd time in our history, we then beat Lyon before crashing out to Barca 3-0 on aggregate in the Quarters.

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    Transfers

    Jony Lopez GK: 26 year old GK signed for 500k, proved to be a bargain signing. Part of the reason for our good European performance and earned his first international cap in January.

    Berkay Duran RB: 18 year old RB on a free, replaces Christopher who went to West Brom. This guy has great potential but at the moment he’s 2nd choice and plays only domestic football.

    Felix Muller CM CDM: Another played signed on a free, 22 years old, I signed him as a backup but his consistently good performances meant that he soon became a feature of my first 11.

    Fernando CM: 19 year old and a bit of a risky buy, at first he was a failure but he adjusted after a couple of months and proved to be a good box to box midfielder, he can only get better.

    Lukas Alibabic ST: Big 18 year old striker with good all round ability, played as a backup but got 15 goals in 21 apps, again, someone with the potential to be as good as Andre.

    Christian Ebeye LB: 18 year old free transfer, LB was our weakest position, at the moment this guy isn’t that great but he has the potential to be, a solid first season from him.

    Eder CDM CM: 17 year old from Brazil who my scouts really rated, managed to get him on a free transfer, physically he’s not developed enough to play regularly but in a few years he should be a top midfielder.

    Markus Walzlein GK: young keeper touted as the next Lehman, haven’t played him yet and his potential isn’t as good as first thought. May loan him next year, if not perhaps I will have to cash in.

    We made over £6.5million in transfers this year, the big talking point was Garcia’s transfer to Juventus for £6million. He was out of contract at the end of the year and he was refusing to sign so I was delighted when I got an offer of £6million for him in January.

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    Our youth and training facilities are both being upgraded for a total cost of £7.25 million. I’ll post a screen shot when they are done.

    Our finances were very healthy this year, the transfer of Garcia helped us enormously, as did the £4/5million prize money we got from the Champions league knockout stages. That’s on top of the £6million from making the group stages and £4.3million from TV rights.

    Our Attendance was much better this year as well, we sold out 81% of seats in the league although this went down in the 2nd half of the season, at the start we were almost selling out.

    We have a new main sponsor worth £800k per year for 3 years, this is twice what it was before.

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    Wales

    The National team is ranked 134th, up 40 places from last year. They lost their first game in World Cup qualifying to N.Ireland.

    Llanelli lost 7-2 in the 3rd Q round of the champions league to Rangers. They then lost in the Euro cup 4th Q round to Besiktas.

    Neath went out in the 4th Q round to Fiorentina.

    Prestatyn went out in the 3rd Q round to Sturm Graz.

    TNS won the 2nd Q round of the Euro Cup, they were beat by Rapid Bucharest in the 4th.

    The WPL moved up 4 places to 14th in Europe, both cups moved up 5 places. Carmarthen moved up one place to 19th in Europe. Wales’ Euro spots stay the same.

    Welsh young player of the year: Iestyn Jones (Carmarthen)

    Welsh footballer of the year: Huw Hughes (Carmarthen)

    WPL Player of the year: Martin Burns (Carmarthen)

    WPL Young Player of the year: Iestyn Jones (Carmarthen)

    Manager of the year: Me

    Team of the year

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    Levski (A) 5-0.
    Absolutly dominated the game, the tie is essentially over thanks to goals from Andre, Sousa, Burns, Ndolvu and an own goal.

    Levski (H) 6-0.
    Goals aplenty once again to give us an easy ride into the Champions Playoff.

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    In which season did you get professional?

    good job there mate!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rodry View Post
    In which season did you get professional?

    good job there mate!
    Went pro at the end of the 2015/16 season after i'd made the Champions League group stage for the first time.

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    Always enjoy reading your reports Jack, they are to the point and we all know that Messi posts (see what I did there? ) are boring to read, so well done yet again on your end of season report! The finances are looking fantastic considering the spending spree on facilities etc. Lets hope the sponsorship will double again next year! Also well done on reaching the Quarter Final of the Champions League, your getting there slowly.

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    Did Levski even turn up?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tactic Master View Post
    Always enjoy reading your reports Jack, they are to the point and we all know that Messi posts (see what I did there? ) are boring to read, so well done yet again on your end of season report! The finances are looking fantastic considering the spending spree on facilities etc. Lets hope the sponsorship will double again next year! Also well done on reaching the Quarter Final of the Champions League, your getting there slowly.
    Cheers . The little Champions league run i had helped the finances quite a bit so it balanced out the facility improvements. Hopefully they will be state of the art afterwards!

    Quote Originally Posted by deltablue View Post
    Did Levski even turn up?
    Evidently not We weren't even fully fit either as it's still preseason!

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    Definite progress there, mate. KUTGW.

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    FC Kobenhavn (A) 6-1. Andre got a hat trick, Makhanya got 2 and Sousa got a goal to make it 6 in stoppage time. All in all an easy match which essentially makes the 2nd leg pointless.

    FC Kobenhavn (H) 2-0.
    2 goals from Andre ensured a straighforward win as we progress into the group stage.

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    Impressive, Copenhagen are often tricky opponents if you're not a big club.

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    Facilities have now been upgraded. We now have state of the art youth facilities and top training facilities. The only thing left to do is youth recruitment and a new stadium!

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    Metalist (A) 2-1. A lucky win if I’m honest, we were terrible in the first half so I went more attacking in the 2nd. We got a goal on the hour mark before Andre saved us with an 89th minute goal to give us the victory.

    Arsenal (H) 1-0. A close game, the first half was pretty dull but it livened up in the 2nd half with both sides having plenty of chances, in the end it was Makhanya’s goal that separated the sides.

    Sevilla (A) 1-2. An end to end game. We took the lead in the first half but Sevilla equalised just before half time. We started the 2nd half well but couldn’t score, Sevilla then got the winner with 10 minutes to go.

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    In a good position so far, can get something against Sevilla at home.

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    Doing well in Europe!

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    Sevilla (H) 1-0. We were much the better team in the first half but it remained goal-less at half time. The second half was more even but we managed to get the win thanks to an own goal.

    Metalist (H) 6-0. One of out best group stage performances, the game was beyond doubt after 20 minutes when we went 3-0 up. Andre went on to get a hat-trick, whilst Sousa and Hughes both added one each on top of an own goal. This guarantees progression to the latter stages.

    Arsenal (A) 2-0.
    This was the battle for 1st place and we came out on top. Andre put us ahead after 5 minutes but Arsenal came at us strong from then on, however, we defended well and Andre got a 2nd goal on the 69th minute to give us a well earned win.

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    Excellently done in a tough group.

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    Man United (A) 1-1. We went ahead on the 6th minute but apart from that we were awful. United dominated the whole game but it wasn’t until a 78th minute penalty that they took the lead, the foul from which I had a player sent off. Nonetheless, the away goal gives us something going into the 2nd leg.

    Man United (H) 1-0. Our squad was a bit bare for this match with youth players on the bench. However, we won the match thanks again to an early United own goal. The game itself was pretty equal but we held them out to progress.

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    Very promising win.

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    Next us we face our parent team and current champions, PSG.

    PSG (H) 0-0. A good result but disastrous in every other way. Andre got sent off in the first half meaning he will miss the next 3 matches, putting him out of the 2nd leg and potentially the semi final. As well as this our best midfielder by a mile got injured in the 2nd half, luckily this is only short term. On the plus side we didn’t concede any goals.

    PSG (A) 1-3.
    We had an awful start, conceding 2 in the first 15 minutes. In the second half we went all out attack and pulled one back through an own goal with about 10 minutes left. I pushed more players forward, leaving us vulnerable and we conceded a 3rd goal. Disappointed but expected defeat.

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    Carmarthen 2029/2030

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    Finished: 1st


    We were unbeaten at the 22 game split and had an 18 point lead over Neath, TNS were close behind in 3rd. We won the league after 25 games, at which point we were still unbeaten. We continued this streak to the end of the season having gained a total of 94 points, 2 off a perfect season.

    TNS took 2nd place on the final day of the season to take the champions league spot whilst Neath finished in 3rd. Llanelli and Port Talbot took the other Euro spots.

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    Welsh Cup: We beat Newport County 6-0 in the final having knocked Wrexham out a few rounds earlier.

    Loosemores Cup: Beat TNS 4-1 having gone a goal down early on.

    Europe
    Finished top of a pretty straightforward group featuring Arsenal and Sevilla.

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    After that we beat Man United 2-1 over both legs in the first knockout round. We then faced reigning champions PSG who knocked us out 3-1.

    Transfers

    For some reason it put 3 of this seasons transfers on lasts seasons page.

    Jurendic Vladimir RB: 20 year old signed for free, good player who plays as a backup at the moment, has good potential.

    Asger Moller GK: 20 year old signed on a free transfer who is already at a good standard and will get better. Played 21 games conceded 4.

    Kevin Fragapane CM CDM: Cost me £5million but he’s by far the best player at our club, big teams such as PSG are interested in him. He had a solid season but I expected a little more.

    Lamine Diallo ST: 26 year old poacher signed for £400k, plays as a backup but does well. Got 20 goals in 28 games mostly from the bench.

    Alvaro Oliviera LB CB: Versatile player who became my first choice left back, cost me £600k and should become even better.

    The big news in terms of sales this year was that we sold Cedillo for £9 million, he was by far the best defender we had at the club but his contract was almost up and he wanted wages I couldn’t afford. The £9million is a great return from 10 years ago when I signed him at 15 for £400k.

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    Finances


    The board have announced that they plan to expand the stadium by 450 seats, this is massively underwhelming but at least it’s a start.

    Training facilities are also being improved for £2.3million.

    We also have a new sponsor worth 30k a year, 5k up on before.

    Overall the finances are healthy with around £17million in the bank.

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    The National team is ranked 156th in the world and didn’t qualify for the World Cup.

    TNS lost 6-3 in the 3rd Q round of the champions league to Celtic. They then lost in the Euro cup 4th Q round to Spartak Moscow.

    Neath went out in the 2nd Q round to Banants.

    Bangor City went out in the 3rd Q round to FC Twente.

    Llanelli lost in the 4th Q round to Locomotiv Moscow.

    The WPL dropped 4 places to 18th in Europe. Carmarthen moved up 7 places to 14th in europe which should give us a good seeding next season. Wales dropped 2 places in the Qualification places and so next season will not have 2 champions league positions.

    Welsh young player of the year: Daemon Hicks (Neath, on loan from Carmarthen)

    Welsh footballer of the year: Kyle Bowen (Llanelli)

    WPL Player of the year:Jacob Makhanya (Carmarthen)

    WPL Young Player of the year: James Heath (Carmarthen)

    Manager of the year: Me

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    Cracking couple of seasons in Europe .

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    Just announced a link with Dortmund and they are sending me 2 pretty classy players

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    Champions League

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    Stuttgart (H) 3-1. The first time in years I’ve not used 5-3-2 in Europe and we got a good result. There was a slight scare when Stuttgart equalised with 15 minutes left but a strong finish gave us the win.

    Real Madrid (A) 1-0. Madrid were all over us for the whole game but we had our chances by playing on the counter attack. Diallo got the goal half way through the 2nd half and our defence remained solid to give us an impressive win.

    Basel (H) 2-0. Two goals from Andre were all that were needed for a pretty straightforward win to ensure we have top spot in the group after 3 games.

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    Great progress! Brilliant win against Real Madrid, makes it better that it was in Spain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scarman View Post
    Great progress! Brilliant win against Real Madrid, makes it better that it was in Spain.
    Yeah i was pretty shocked about that tbh, hopefully i can take these sort of results into the knockout rounds.

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    Very strong group stage.

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    Basel (A) 2-1. A fairly even game, we took the lead after 4 minutes through an own goal, this was doubled after half an hour by Andre. Basel pulled one back late on but it wasn’t enough. The result means we have qualified from the group.

    Stuttgart (A) 2-2. We took the lead on the 18th minute but 2 goals in 6 minutes from Stuttgart put us behind. A change of emphasis in the 2nd half allowed us to get a goal back but we weren’t able to find a winner despite our dominance.

    Real Madrid (H) 3-1. We dominated the first half and took a deserved 2-0 lead in at the break. Real were better in the 2nd half and pulled one back with 20 minutes left, however a 2nd goal for Andre not long after ensured the win and top spot in the group.

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    Champions League

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    Shakhtar (A) 3-0. The match was closer than the score-line suggests, Andre gave us the lead early on but it was only a fantastic performance from our keeper which kept us in the lead at half time. This continued into the 2nd half, we got our 2nd with 20 minutes remaining from the penalty spot before an own goal gave us an important 3 away goals going into the 2nd leg.

    Shakhtar (H) 1-2. Started with 4-2-3-1 this time to be more attacking but it backfired and we found ourselves 2-0 at half time. I reverted back to 5-3-2 for the 2nd half and we were much better and put the game to bed with a goal in the last 10 minutes from a corner.

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    Champions League

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    PSG (A) 1-0.
    We took an early lead which meant that we were able to sit back and defend for the rest of the match. PSG were strong throughout but we kept a clean sheet. Better than last years results and an important lead going into the 2nd leg.

    PSG (H) 1-2. Absolutely gutted, we took the lead early on but PSG came back strong scoring on the 61st and 83rd minute to put us out on away goals. We shouldn’t have lost this one like we did, it’s a shame we didn’t win as PSG were the last big team left as Barca, Real Madrid, Man United all went out in the last round.

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    That's unlucky Jack Real shame considering what you said about the other big teams!

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    What a shame after you 1-0 win in France. Must be frustrating.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tactic Master View Post
    That's unlucky Jack Real shame considering what you said about the other big teams!
    Quote Originally Posted by SirToby View Post
    What a shame after you 1-0 win in France. Must be frustrating.
    I thought this was the year i could make the final . It is frustrating, especially as i had them at the same stage in the competition last year!!

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