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Mid-Season Update

 

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A decent run in the cup until we met RB Salzburg and took a bit of a pasting really. 

 

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It's not been great if I'm honest. We're a bang average mid-table side who I managed to put a plaster on with a budget transfer window. Really we're a good 2-3 windows from being a position to cause any concerns for anyone half-way serious in this league. 

Through sheer luck more than anything else as we didn't have a win in our last 5 games of the first 22, we managed to finish 6th, on goal difference, which gets us into the Champions Playoff: 

 

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Quite conveniently for us our points are halved, although we're still someway off anyone near us and I highly doubt we can pick up the sort of points that will see us get close.

Incredibly, thanks to the Austrian's brilliant coefficient ranking just qualifying for this part gets us 6th place, which guarantees us Europa League Group Stage football next season even if the Cup winner is outside of the Top 6. This is doubly convenient as to be honest unless I can do some big business this summer I doubt we would otherwise have made it through the Europa League qualifying rounds :D 

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The January window saw aging attacking mid who wasn't playing Alex Bachmann leaving for Admira Wacker for just over £2M, which for a guy who wasn't playing and wanted out was pretty good money, money that I could re-invest into the squad in the short-term. 

 

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Given the money we had the best use of it was to raid the African market which we're highly connected in for some reason. 

 

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I managed to pluck Frederick Kwateng from Ghanian outfit Ashanti Gold for a extremely cheap fee just under £200K, which for a guy who managed 19 caps for the national team seems insane value. He's not amazing technically, but is a solid defensive midfielder and for what we paid when we needed a body there we cannot complain at all. 

 

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Shagari joins from Nigerian side Kano Pillars for a higher sum of over £1M, whilst again technically he's not the best, he has some very good mental and physical attributes and at 24 has plenty of room to develop. Our left back was a bit ropey and I think this guy can come in and start for us.

 

Austria has a limit of 7 non-EU nationals in the squad, we're now up to 6, so I can't exploit the African market too much more in the summer, but as a short term squad filling option on a budget it's reaped rewards for us. 

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End of Season Update

 

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If anything we probably did better than I expected to be honest, got like 4 wins and a few draws. We ended 6th which is what I thought, but for all intents and purposes we were like 5 points and goal difference off a spot in the Champions League group stages, which given the budget squad we've got is absolutely hilarious really. 

 

RB Salzburg win in the end, although Rapid Vienna finished on the same points. Austria Lustenau take what is essentially 7th and the spare Europa League spot, since Salzburg won the Cup too. 

 

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Hadzovic probably player of the year, couldn't really pick out anyone else who was particularly amazing. 

 

 

 

 

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  Paul Hart's Career History

This covers the first 40 seasons of the save, from 2018-2058

 

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Season      Club                  League             Position            Achievements/Other
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2018/19     Arsenal               Premier League       4th               Europa League winners
2019/20     Arsenal               Premier League       2nd               Champions League winners
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2020/21     Paris SG              Ligue 1              1st               Ligue 1 & Coupe de la Ligue winners
2021/22     Paris SG              Ligue 1              1st               Ligue 1, Champions League & Trophee Des Champions winners
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2022/23     AS Roma               Serie A              3rd               Italian Cup runners-up
2023/24     AS Roma               Serie A              2nd               Italian Cup winners
2024/25     AS Roma               Serie A              1st               Serie A winners
2025/26     AS Roma               Serie A              2nd               Italian Super Cup winners & Champions League runners-up
2026/27     AS Roma               Serie A              1st               Serie A, Italian Cup & Champions League winners
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2027/28     Atletico Madrid       La Liga              3rd               N/A
2028/29     Atletico Madrid       La Liga              2nd               N/A
2029/30     Altetico Madrid       La Liga              2nd               Champions League winners
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2030/31     VFL Wolfsburg         Bundesliga           6th               N/A
2031/32     VFL Wolfsburg         Bundesliga           5th               Europa League winners
2032/33     VFL Wolfsburg         Bundesliga           3rd               European Super Cup winners
2033/34     VFL Wolfsburg         Bundesliga           2nd               N/A
2034/35     VFL Wolfsburg         Bundesliga           1st               Bundesliga winners
2035/36     VFL Wolfsburg         Bundesliga           2nd               German Super Cup & Champions League winners
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2036/37     Zenit St Petersburg   Russian PL           1st               Russian Premier League, Russian Cup & Super Cup winners
2037/38     Zenit St Petersburg   Russian PL           1st               Russian Premier League, Russian Cup & Super Cup winners
2038/39     Zenit St Petersburg   Russian PL           1st               Russian Premier League & Super Cup winners
2039/40     Zenit St Petersburg   Russian PL           1st               Russian Premier League, Russian Cup & Super Cup winners
2040/41     Zenit St Petersburg   Russian PL           1st               Champions League & Domestic Treble winners
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2041/42     Portimonense SC       Primeira Liga        3rd               N/A
2042/43     Portimonense SC       Primeira Liga        4th               Taca de Portugal runners-up
2043/44     Portimonense SC       Primeira Liga        6th               N/A
2044/45     Portimonense SC       Primeira Liga        6th               Europa League winners
2045/46     Portimonense SC       Primeira Liga        3rd               European Super Cup winners
2046/47     Portimonense SC       Primeira Liga        4th               N/A
2047/48     Portimonense SC       Primeira Liga        4th               Portuguese League Cup winners
2048/49     Portimonense SC       Primeira Liga        1st               Primiera Liga & Champions League winners
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2049/50     Vitesse Arnhem        Eredivisie           2nd               N/A
2050/51     Vitesse Arnhem        Eredivisie           2nd               N/A
2051/52     Vitesse Arnhem        Eredivisie           2nd               Dutch Cup winners
2052/53     Vitesse Arnhem        Eredivisie           2nd               Dutch Cup & Super Cup winners
2053/54     Vitesse Arnhem        Eredivisie           2nd               Dutch Cup winners
2054/55     Vitesse Arnhem        Eredivisie           2nd               Dutch Cup winners
2055/56     Vitesse Arnhem        Eredivisie           1st               Eredivisie, Dutch Cup & Super Cup winners
2056/57     Vitesse Arnhem        Eredivisie           1st               Eredivisie, Champions League & Super Cup winners
2057/58     Vitesse Arnhem        Eredivisie           1st               Eredivisie, Club World Cup, Euro Super Cup & Super Cup winners
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Paul Hart's Trophy Cabinet

 

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Champions League        x8 - 2019/20 (Arsenal), 2021/22 (Paris SG), 2026/27 (AS Roma), 2029/30 (Atletico Madrid), 
                             2035/36 (VFL Wolfsburg), 2040/41 (Zenit St Petersburg), 2048/49 (Portimonense SC), 
                             2056/57 (Vitesse Arnhem) 
                             
Europa League           x3 - 2018/19 (Arsenal), 2031/32 (VFL Wolfsburg), 2044/45 (Portimonense SC) 

Club World Cup          x1 - 2057/58 (Vitesse Arnhem) 

European Super Cup      x3 - 2032/33 (VFL Wolfsburg), 2045/46 (Portimonense SC), 2057/58 (Vitesse Arnhem) 

Bundesliga              x1 - 2034/35 (VFL Wolfsburg)
German Super Cup        x1 - 2035/36 (VFL Wolfsburg)

Serie A                 x2 - 2024/25, 2026/27 (AS Roma)
Italian Cup             x2 - 2023/24, 2026/27 (AS Roma)
Italian Super Cup       x1 - 2025/26 (AS Roma)

Ligue 1                 x2 - 2020/21, 2021/22 (Paris SG) 
Coupe de la Ligue       x1 - 2020/21 (Paris SG)
Trophee Des Champions   x1 - 2021/22 (Paris SG)

Primeira Liga           x1 - 2048/49 (Portimonense SC)
Portuguese League Cup   x1 - 2047/48 (Portimonense SC)

Russian Premier League  x5 - 2036/37, 2037/38, 2038/39, 2039/40, 2040/41 (Zenit St Petersburg) 
Russian Cup             x4 - 2036/37, 2037/38, 2039/40, 2040/41 (Zenit St Petersburg)
Russian Super Cup       x5 - 2036/37, 2037/38, 2038/39, 2039/40, 2040/41 (Zenit St Petersburg)

Eredivisie              x3 - 2055/56, 2056/57, 2057/58 (Vitesse Arnhem)
Dutch Cup               x5 - 2051/52, 2052/53, 2053/54, 2054/55, 2055/56 (Vitesse Arnhem)
Dutch Super Cup         x4 - 2052/53, 2055/56, 2056/57, 2057/58 (Vitesse Arnhem)

 

 

Thierry's Career History

This covers the next 38 years of the save, from 2058-2096

 

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2058/59     Genclerbirligi SK     Turkish Super Lig       5th              Turkish Super Cup runners-up. Sacked. 
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2059/60     St. Mirren            Scottish Premiership    5th              N/A
2060/61     St. Mirren            Scottish Premiership    3rd              N/A
2061/62     St. Mirren            Scottish Premiership    3rd              Scottish Cup winners
2062/63     St. Mirren            Scottish Premiership    2nd              N/A
2063/64     St. Mirren            Scottish Premiership    3rd              Scottish Cup runners-up
2064/65     St. Mirren            Scottish Premiership    3rd              Scottish League Cup runners-up
2065/66     St. Mirren            Scottish Premiership    2nd              Scottish League Cup runners-up
2066/67     St. Mirren            Scottish Premiership    2nd              N/A
2067/68     St. Mirren            Scottish Premiership    1st              Scottish Premiership, Cup & League Cup winners
2068/69     St. Mirren            Scottish Premiership    2nd              N/A
2069/70     St. Mirren            Scottish Premiership    3rd              Champions League runners-up & League Cup winners
2070/71     St. Mirren            Scottish Premiership    2nd              Champions League & Scottish Cup winners
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2071/72     Anderlecht            Belgian Pro League      1st              Belgian Pro League winners
2072/73     Anderlecht            Belgian Pro League      1st              Belgian Pro League & Super Cup winners
2073/74     Anderlecht            Belgian Pro League      1st              Belgian Pro League & Super Cup winners
2074/75     Anderlecht            Belgian Pro League      1st              Belgian Pro League & Belgian Cup & Super Cup winners
2075/76     Anderlecht            Belgian Pro League      1st              Belgian Pro League & Super Cup winners
2076/77     Anderlecht            Belgian Pro League      1st              Champions League runners-up & League & Super Cup winners
2077/78     Anderlecht            Belgian Pro League      1st              Belgian Pro League, Belgian Cup & Super Cup winners
2078/79     Anderlecht            Belgian Pro League      1st              Champions League, Pro League, Cup & Super Cup winners
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2079/80     Antalyaspor           Turkish Super Lig       7th              N/A. Resigned. 
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2080/81     Besiktas              Turkish Super Lig       1st              Turkish Super Lig & Super Cup winners. EL runners-up.   
2081/82     Besiktas              Turkish Super Lig       1st              Turkish Super Lig, Cup & Super Cup winners
2082/83     Besiktas              Turkish Super Lig       1st              Turkish Super Lig & Super Cup winners
2083/84     Besiktas              Turkish Super Lig       1st              Turkish Super Lig & Super Cup winners
2084/85     Besiktas              Turkish Super Lig       1st              Turkish Super Lig & Super Cup winners. CL runners-up.
2085/86     Besiktas              Turkish Super Lig       1st              Champions League, Super Lig and Super Cup winners
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2086/87     Young Boys            Swiss Super League      4th              Swiss Cup runners-up
2087/88     Young Boys            Swiss Super League      2nd              Swiss Cup winners
2088/89     Young Boys            Swiss Super League      3rd              Swiss Cup winners
2089/90     Young Boys            Swiss Super League      2nd              N/A
2090/91     Young Boys            Swiss Super League      1st              Swiss Super League winners
2091/92     Young Boys            Swiss Super League      1st              Swiss Super League winners
2092/93     Young Boys            Swiss Super League      1st              Swiss Super League winners
2093/94     Young Boys            Swiss Super League      2nd              Europa League & Swiss Cup winners
2094/95     Young Boys            Swiss Super League      2nd              European Super Cup & Swiss Cup winners
2095/96     Young Boys            Swiss Super League      2nd              Champions League & Swiss Cup winners
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Thierry's Trophy Cabinet

 

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Champions League      x4 - 2070/71 (St. Mirren), 2078/79 (Anderlecht), 2085/86 (Besiktas), 2095/96 (Young Boys)

Europa League         x1 - 2093/94 (Young Boys)

European Super Cup    x1 - 2094/95 (Young Boys)

Scottish Premiership  x1 - 2067/68 (St. Mirren) 
Scottish Cup          x3 - 2061/62, 2067/68, 2070/71 (St. Mirren) 
Scottish League Cup   x2 - 2067/67, 2069/70 (St. Mirren) 

Turkish Super Lig     x6 - 2080/81, 2081/82, 2082/83, 2083/84, 2084/85, 2085/86 (Besiktas)
Turkish Cup           x1 - 2081/82 (Besiktas)
Turkish Super Cup     x6 - 2080/81, 2081/82, 2082/83, 2083/84, 2084/85, 2085/86 (Besiktas) 

Belgian Pro League    x8 - 2071/72, 2072/73, 2073/74, 2074/75, 2075/76, 2076/77, 2077/78, 2078/79 (Anderlecht)
Belgian Cup           x3 - 2074/75, 2077/78, 2078/79 (Anderlecht) 
Belgian Super Cup     x7 - 2072/73, 2073/74, 2074/75, 2075/76, 2076/77, 2077/78, 2078/79 (Anderlecht)

Swiss Super League    x3 - 2090/91, 2091/92, 2092/93 (Young Boys)
Swiss Cup             x5 - 2087/88, 2088/89, 2093/94, 2094/95, 2095/96 (Young Boys)

 

 

 

Del Boy Winder's Career History

 

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2096/97     Vaduz                 Swiss Super League      4th              Liechtenstein Cup winners 
2097/98     Vaduz                 Swiss Super League      6th              Liechtenstein Cup winners
2098/99     Vaduz                 Swiss Super League      5th              Liechtenstein Cup winners
2099/00     Vaduz                 Swiss Super League      5th              Liechtenstein Cup winners
2100/01     Vaduz                 Swiss Super League      6th              Liechtenstein Cup winners
2101/02     Vaduz                 Swiss Super League      4th              Liechtenstein Cup winners
2102/03     Vaduz                 Swiss Super League      3rd              Liechtenstein Cup winners
2103/04     Vaduz                 Swiss Super League      5th              Liechtenstein Cup winners
2104/05     Vaduz                 Swiss Super League      4th              Liechtenstein Cup winners
2105/06     Vaduz                 Swiss Super League      2nd              Europa League & Liechtenstein Cup winners
2106/07     Vaduz                 Swiss Super League      4th              Europa League & Liechtenstein Cup winners
2107/08     Vaduz                 Swiss Super League      3rd              Champions League, Euro Super Cup & Liech Cup winners
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2108/09     Wolfsberger AC        Austrian Prem           6th              N/A
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Del Boy Winder's Trophy Cabinet

 

Champions League   x1 - 2107/08 (Vaduz)

Europa League      x2 - 2105/06, 2106/07 (Vaduz) 

European Super Cup x1 - 2107/08 (Vaduz)

Liechtenstein Cup x12 - 2096/97, 2097/98, 2098/99, 2099/00, 2100/01, 2101/02, 2102/03, 2103/04, 2104/05, 2105/06, 2106/07, 2107/08 (Vaduz)

 

 

Nations Completed

 

Nations completed as Paul Hart: 

1. England  - Arsenal 
2. France   - Paris SG
3. Italy    - AS Roma 
4. Spain    - Atletico Madrid
5. Germany  - VFL Wolfsburg
6. Russia   - Zenit St Petersburg
7. Portugal - Portimonense SC 
8. Holland  - Vitesse Arnhem

Nations completed as Thierry: 

9.  Scotland    - St. Mirren
10. Belgium     - Anderlecht
11. Turkey      - Besiktas
12. Switzerland - Young Boys

Nations completed as Del Boy Winder: 

13. Liechtenstein - Vaduz

Nations completed by the AI: 

1. England  - Manchester City
2. Germany  - RB Leipzig 
3. Spain    - Valencia CF 
4. Portugal - Sporting Lisbon
5. Austria  - RB Salzburg
6. Turkey   - Galatasaray

 

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Nations Remaining: 

(based on coefficient ranking) 

 

  1. Austria
  2. Croatia
  3. Ukraine
  4. Czech Republic
  5. Denmark
  6. Romania (+1) 
  7. Serbia (-1) 
  8. Bulgaria (+2) 
  9. Sweden
  10. Norway (+1) 
  11. Poland (-3) 
  12. Greece (+1) 
  13. Iceland (-1) 
  14. Slovakia
  15. Republic of Ireland
  16. Israel (+1) 
  17. Hungary (+1) 
  18. Slovenia (-2) 
  19. Finland
  20. Belarus
  21. Wales (+1) 
  22. Northern Ireland (-1) 
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Celtic celebrate yet another Champions League as they keep their reputation as the side to beat in Europe these days. Vaduz are sunk on penalties by Ma ad United so will be back to the 1st round qualifiers of the Europa next year :( 

The real story here though is 4 Austrian sides making the last 16, with St Polten and Rapid Vienna making the last 8 (albeit getting smashed out once there) 

A sign of how good the Austrian league is looking at the minute and great for the coefficient rankings.

 

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A massive moment for Croatia as Dinamo Zagreb wind up winning the Europa League. They won it in 1969, but it's been 140 years since then, so a big moment for them and Croatia to do it. 

Osijek also made the quarter finals, with Sparta Prague of the Czech Republic in there, with Sturm Graz representing Austria, after an all-Austrian Last 16 tie with SV Mattersburg, who actually ended up 2 points away from being relegated in the Austrian PL :D 

Maybe there is hope for us in the Europa next season after all! 

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Champions League Hall of Fame

 

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Celtic's rise continues as their trophy cabinet gets fuller and fuller. 

Only Real Madrid, Atletico, Man United and Man City have now won Europe's elite competition more times than they have. 

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Zagreb back on top in Croatia, with Osijek joining them in the Champions League next year. 

 

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Lviv make it 5 in a row in Ukraine, but that's not the whole story, as Shakhtar led pretty much from Christmas, bottling the title on the last day. 

3 sides in the CL next year for Ukraine which is good for them as I can't remember the last time they've had that many sides involved in it. 

 

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The Czechs seem to have a mini Championship group thing at the end of the season, either way, Sparta Prague won the thing, with Slavia joining them in the CL next year. 

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The coefficients have all gone a bit mental! 

That Europa League win is absolutely massive for Dinamo/Croatia, as it means from next season Croatia will have 4 spots in the CL group stages :D 

Top 4 is now Spain, Austria, France and Croatia, but it's ridiculously tight up there, 10 points between 1st and 7th (if you discount Liechtenstein who don't count) 

Germany and England down to 2 Group Stage sides each, Portugal with just 1 despite having 4 for so long. 

The mad thing is how much things can change each year now. A bad year in Europe for your sides could quite easily see you drop several places. 

 

 

 

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Yeah the coefficients are brilliant, I love how it is a completely different world with so many smaller nations making it big, direct result of you having so many different leagues loaded over time.

Makes the smaller nations easier to win though :P

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6 hours ago, corinthiano said:

Yeah the coefficients are brilliant, I love how it is a completely different world with so many smaller nations making it big, direct result of you having so many different leagues loaded over time.

Makes the smaller nations easier to win though :P


Yeah, there’s definitely something to the game making the leagues you have loaded become stronger over time, although I imagine that’s linked to those leagues having more players loaded than the others. 
 

It will be interesting moving forward though as it genuinely looks like that Top 4 could have 2/3 changes every season which will be pretty mad, for much of the save there’s at least been some stability to it for 5-6 years at a time normally. 
 

The only country where it’s never really had any impact is Ukraine really. I think now is their first season with 3 sides in the CL, which considering I jumped the gun a bit on them and have had their league loaded for absolutely ages is pretty mad really. 

Makes me worried about managing there as im guessing it means their HG rules makes it really hard to get the sides to do anything half decent :D 

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It feels like so many players are so strong physically compared to their technical/mental attributes. You commented on your African players specifically, but also Hadzovic looks the same. Is that something consistent across the entire save at this point? 

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On 09/05/2021 at 15:48, hasdgfas said:

It feels like so many players are so strong physically compared to their technical/mental attributes. You commented on your African players specifically, but also Hadzovic looks the same. Is that something consistent across the entire save at this point? 

 

Yeah, I definitely think that consistently the best players in the save are much more physically good than players of similar ilk/level at the start of the game. It's something I've kinda of got used to so don't notice so much, but it's definitely there I think. 

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A window where we had very few funds to spend, we had to sell to buy and we sold a few squad players for a combined £4M. 

 

I mainly bought some players to fill up the squad, Matas signed from the Croatian 2nd tier as a back-up right back. Don Middleton the young Englishman joins to be back-up keeper from League 1 Walsall. Luca de Meuron is a young Swiss striker released by Young Boys who will come in as our back-up striker. 

 

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In terms of first team signings I got in Achille Eto'o from Cameroonian side Colon Sport, again a bit older than you'd like but we needed some quality in the midfield and I hope he can be it alongside Friday in there already. 

 

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Another player I'm excited about is Lerry Nestor-Gotin, a young winger joins for nothing from a non-league French side. I think he looks a real talent and a plus from bargain bin shopping. 

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