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Some deals from end of last season

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Season 3 Review

 

Lost in the playoff final

 

Current Score: 25pts (L1 Title win)

 

Total Transfer Ins: £2.2m so far in 3 seasons

 

 

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Going for it in the 4th season. Brought in a mixture of experience and youth , making sure all the first teamers are 3 1/2 stars or above. Been quite ruthless.

 

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BARNSLEY - SEASON 3 REVIEW

And so another season with Barnsley has come to a close, here is how we got on in our first season in the Premier League.

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Final finish is a respectable 13th place, with a 46 point tally. I'd have definitely taken that after a pretty bad first half of the season. We were 11th at one point and threatening to finish top half, but then returned to poor form at the end of the season.

@Mark_w as you can see unfortunately your club Leicester have been relegated, although the silver lining is they actually won the UEFA Conference League (go figure) and will therefore be participating in the Europa league alongside their Championship campaign.

The Premier league really is an unforgiving division - I have no idea how we will mount a title challenge while keeping our Championship squad intact. Which brings me to the squad stats from this season.

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Faghir finishes top scorer with just 13 goals, closely followed by Oduor who has been a bit of a revelation on the left flank. Shout outs also for Rhys Williams who has stepped in ably at the back, Josh Tymon who continues his development and is an absolute BEAST from long throws, and new signing Brenner who has started off quite well at the club.

Here are the final transfers for the season, wherein you can see the 2 big moves in Jan - Brenner & ASM on loan. Although the latter promptly got himself injured for 3 months.

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You can also see a preview of my first move of the summer of '24 in a bid to shore up a leaky defence. 

Couple of other things to wrap up the season:

We had our first Wembley appearance of the save as we reached the semis of the FA cup.

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And we ALMOST made it through but for a heart-breaking final 5 minutes from the Premiership champions. :seagull:

The final update I want to mention is that the board is officially looking at building us a new stadium.

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In addition to this there have been several improvements to training & other facilities over the past couple of years. Hopefully all of this helps our reputation & player development.

BIG summer coming up as we need to start getting in some real quality and moving up the standings. Thanks for reading!

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BARNSLEY - SEASON 3 REVIEW

And so another season with Barnsley has come to a close, here is how we got on in our first season in the Premier League.

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Final finish is a respectable 13th place, with a 46 point tally. I'd have definitely taken that after a pretty bad first half of the season. We were 11th at one point and threatening to finish top half, but then returned to poor form at the end of the season.

@Mark_w as you can see unfortunately your club Leicester have been relegated, although the silver lining is they actually won the UEFA Conference League (go figure) and will therefore be participating in the Europa league alongside their Championship campaign.

The Premier league really is an unforgiving division - I have no idea how we will mount a title challenge while keeping our Championship squad intact. Which brings me to the squad stats from this season.

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Faghir finishes top scorer with just 13 goals, closely followed by Oduor who has been a bit of a revelation on the left flank. Shout outs also for Rhys Williams who has stepped in ably at the back, Josh Tymon who continues his development and is an absolute BEAST from long throws, and new signing Brenner who has started off quite well at the club.

Here are the final transfers for the season, wherein you can see the 2 big moves in Jan - Brenner & ASM on loan. Although the latter promptly got himself injured for 3 months.

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You can also see a preview of my first move of the summer of '24 in a bid to shore up a leaky defence. 

Couple of other things to wrap up the season:

We had our first Wembley appearance of the save as we reached the semis of the FA cup.

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And we ALMOST made it through but for a heart-breaking final 5 minutes from the Premiership champions. :seagull:

The final update I want to mention is that the board is officially looking at building us a new stadium.

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In addition to this there have been several improvements to training & other facilities over the past couple of years. Hopefully all of this helps our reputation & player development.

BIG summer coming up as we need to start getting in some real quality and moving up the standings. Thanks for reading!

Very nice. I think i will struggle to complete this challenge.

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Season 4 Review

Missed out in Playoffs again.

Going to be another push as i Think to get anywhere near the title in the Prem I will need at least two seasons, Promotion is a must this year. Going to freshen up the squad in Pre Season. 

£6m out of the possible £95m spent so far. 

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2 hours ago, karanhsingh said:

That is really unlucky man. Keep at it. 

Managed to get in 45m in player sales which has helped me refresh the squad and also come up with a new 4312 tactic, 442 not working for this team.

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Season 5 Review

Finally Promoted, It took until the last day and you will see below how close it was.

£34m spent so far, so another £61m left to try and complete the challenge. We Have Season 6,7 &8 to do so.

 

I currently have 5 players from my League 1 team still in the squad and will try too use as many as Leicester did from their Championship team.

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Well Premier League here we come, though we did stumble over the line in the end with a good bit of luck too. Though had It not been for Arsenal (Azeez) and Dortmund (Hakasabanovic) recalling their players in January for not being played in the agreed roles (they were still playing every game ffs) I've no doubt we would have gone up automatically.

Dreading the Premier League, we played Man Utd at home in the FA Cup and they destroyed us 5-0 :D  Will be one of footballs small miracles if we stay up.

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7 hours ago, VP. said:

Well Premier League here we come, though we did stumble over the line in the end with a good bit of luck too. Though had It not been for Arsenal (Azeez) and Dortmund (Hakasabanovic) recalling their players in January for not being played in the agreed roles (they were still playing every game ffs) I've no doubt we would have gone up automatically.

Dreading the Premier League, we played Man Utd at home in the FA Cup and they destroyed us 5-0 :D  Will be one of footballs small miracles if we stay up.

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Make sure you get a very good goalkeeper. I paid £10m for a 4* GK and he has been incredible for me so far. 

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Season 6 Review

So two more seasons to attempt a title challenge and a positive start finishing in 13th in the first season of the Premier League.

Current Transfer Spend: £70m of £95m (Does this need to include Loan fees, which are included in the current total?)

I was very pleased with the season overall, I am happy with the formation (451) , in which i have some solid Central Mids. I have a young Brazilian Winger coming in Jan of Season 7, he looks like a real talent.

The first thing I wanted to look at was the defence, Laird was yet again very solid as the CWB(A) at RB. The two Loanee CBs were ok but still making the odd mistake, which isn't a surprise as they still have a lot of potential to achieve.

Bajic the GK I signed for £10m was amazing. (He was a recommendation of my DOF):applause:

 

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Slowly becoming the favourite signing of the save, he played mainly at CB due to lots of injuries. He was magnificent at times chipping in with a few goals as well.

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Season 6 Review

So two more seasons to attempt a title challenge and a positive start finishing in 13th in the first season of the Premier League.

Current Transfer Spend: £70m of £95m (Does this need to include Loan fees, which are included in the current total?)

I was very pleased with the season overall, I am happy with the formation (451) , in which i have some solid Central Mids. I have a young Brazilian Winger coming in Jan of Season 7, he looks like a real talent.

The first thing I wanted to look at was the defence, Laird was yet again very solid as the CWB(A) at RB. The two Loanee CBs were ok but still making the odd mistake, which isn't a surprise as they still have a lot of potential to achieve.

Bajic the GK I signed for £10m was amazing. (He was a recommendation of my DOF):applause:

 

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Slowly becoming the favourite signing of the save, he played mainly at CB due to lots of injuries. He was magnificent at times chipping in with a few goals as well.

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A good solid season there, and Arbeloda does look pretty amazing! 

Hope you can push on next season once more.

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I have not had much time to play recently, but will do a quick update of the Transfers at the start of season 4 (summer of 2024). 

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Two BIG signings, one in defence and one in attack.

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I really hope that Max will be able to shore up our defence, and also continue his development with us.

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Michael Olise becomes our most expensive player ever, and the first truly big signing of the save. Hopefully will make the AMR spot his own.

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Finally, also chuffed about the loan signing of Alan Velasco. Keen readers may recall he was on loan with us in the Championship, so if we can keep him around he may end up getting us some extra points for the challenge too :brock:

My aim for this season is definitely to break into the top half of the Premiership, if we can make a run for the Conference league place or similar, would be great. We need to continue progressing if we are to reach the ultimate goal of actually winning this ultra competitive league.

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Season 7 Update - Title Push. 

£14.5m left of the £95m budget. :idiot:

After the 8 seasons i will be carrying on this save as normal, really enjoying it.

It is going to be a huge task to overturn the big 6, they have spent big during the pre season.

A few players I have brought in myself:

Free Transfer - He Looks a solid CM, will be working on his passing.

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I beat off the likes of City, Juventus and Bayern for this player, he looks incredible and will be used as my CWB(a) at RB, Laird will be backup.

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Another Man City Loanee like Velasco above. Will b used as my DLP(CM), Ignore the Media description , with that Dribbling and crossing he isn't being used as a winger.

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On Loan from Chelsea, costing me a whopping 87k a week, but looks worth it.

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Mahrez type of player, very technically gifted.

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Gonna give this a go. I'll power through this challenge since I tend to use Instant Result, but that'll probably make it 10 times harder since I can't tactic big clubs down.

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Forgot to screenshot this at the start. Kinda wanted a more exciting team than the generic Rotherham, but rules are rules. Will post my pre-season stuff soon

 

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Rotherham 2021-22 Transfer Window

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Managed to hold onto everyone important by promising promotion back to the Championship, which I expect to achieve. Guess I'll be in massive trouble if I fail. Ihiekwe is the only annoying loss, since he was one of my better defenders, but he definitely wasn't irreplaceable and at 28, wasn't going to improve.

Signing 1 - Anthony Gordon (Loan) | I signed him in June, so he didn't appear on the list. An amazing inverted winger for this level, I expect to rely on him heavily for promotion. 

Signing 2 - James McAtee (Loan) | I managed to get Manchester City as a senior affiliate, so will be making the most of their talented academy. Originally signed as a striker, McAtee will slot in as an inside forward for me. Like Gordon, he's brilliant for this level and I'm looking forward to seeing what he can do.

Signing 3 - Slobodan Tedić (Loan) | The last loan, I swear. I originally wanted a young striker to build around, but couldn't find anyone good for a permanent deal. Tedić has consistently been a star for me in other lower-league saves so I knew I had to bring him in to Rotherham. I'm expecting big things from him

Signing 4 - Sean Roughan (300k) | I've got really high hopes for this kid. At 18, he's already so well-rounded and gets into my first team already. 300k looks like a steal if he develops. I reckon he could be a key player for me in the coming years.

Signing 5 - Rodrigo Macedo (120k) | A low-risk bargain here. Love the look of him as a backup striker and if he can develop, he could be a real star. I'm not expecting him to be a world-beater or anything, but in a few years we could have a tidy striker on our hands

Signing 6 - Cian Harries (475k) | My Ihiekwe replacement, Harries looks a bargain for the price. So well rounded and an excellent ball player, I expect him to excel in this league. Doubt he'll improve much at 24, but will definitely be a key player in the next couple of seasons

The Squad

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I'm operating with a bit of a smaller squad than I'd like, but I don't want to bloat my club with 2 - 2.5* CA players when I could be using that money on wonderkids in the next 1-2 years. I definitely think there's enough quality here to get us promoted. I'm going to try and use this season to develop some of our younger players, hopefully getting them ready for Championship football next year. I know I'm relying on loans for key areas, but I think I'd be a fool not to with City as our affiliate.

Prediction and Start

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I think 6th is a little harsh. Realistically, only Hull and Sheffield Wednesday have stronger squads than us imo, and both have stumbled at the start while we've gotten off to a flier. I strongly back us for automatic promotion, if not the title with the squad we've got, barring any massive injuries or player sales. 

I'll likely only do pre-season and end of season updates, maybe mid-season if something big happens.

Potential Wonderkid?

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Surely not already? This guy was generated at the club before I took over. He's already attracting interest from some top Championship/mid-table Premier League teams. He definitely looks a promising player and I'm planning on making him my 2nd choice this season. If that 5* potential is true, I could have my GK spot sorted for this entire challenge. Even if it's only 4*, he'll still be a reliable PL backup if he reaches that potential. Definitely one to keep an eye on.

 

 

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Rotherham 2021-22 Transfer Window

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Managed to hold onto everyone important by promising promotion back to the Championship, which I expect to achieve. Guess I'll be in massive trouble if I fail. Ihiekwe is the only annoying loss, since he was one of my better defenders, but he definitely wasn't irreplaceable and at 28, wasn't going to improve.

Signing 1 - Anthony Gordon (Loan) | I signed him in June, so he didn't appear on the list. An amazing inverted winger for this level, I expect to rely on him heavily for promotion. 

Signing 2 - James McAtee (Loan) | I managed to get Manchester City as a senior affiliate, so will be making the most of their talented academy. Originally signed as a striker, McAtee will slot in as an inside forward for me. Like Gordon, he's brilliant for this level and I'm looking forward to seeing what he can do.

Signing 3 - Slobodan Tedić (Loan) | The last loan, I swear. I originally wanted a young striker to build around, but couldn't find anyone good for a permanent deal. Tedić has consistently been a star for me in other lower-league saves so I knew I had to bring him in to Rotherham. I'm expecting big things from him

Signing 4 - Sean Roughan (300k) | I've got really high hopes for this kid. At 18, he's already so well-rounded and gets into my first team already. 300k looks like a steal if he develops. I reckon he could be a key player for me in the coming years.

Signing 5 - Rodrigo Macedo (120k) | A low-risk bargain here. Love the look of him as a backup striker and if he can develop, he could be a real star. I'm not expecting him to be a world-beater or anything, but in a few years we could have a tidy striker on our hands

Signing 6 - Cian Harries (475k) | My Ihiekwe replacement, Harries looks a bargain for the price. So well rounded and an excellent ball player, I expect him to excel in this league. Doubt he'll improve much at 24, but will definitely be a key player in the next couple of seasons

The Squad

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I'm operating with a bit of a smaller squad than I'd like, but I don't want to bloat my club with 2 - 2.5* CA players when I could be using that money on wonderkids in the next 1-2 years. I definitely think there's enough quality here to get us promoted. I'm going to try and use this season to develop some of our younger players, hopefully getting them ready for Championship football next year. I know I'm relying on loans for key areas, but I think I'd be a fool not to with City as our affiliate.

Prediction and Start

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I think 6th is a little harsh. Realistically, only Hull and Sheffield Wednesday have stronger squads than us imo, and both have stumbled at the start while we've gotten off to a flier. I strongly back us for automatic promotion, if not the title with the squad we've got, barring any massive injuries or player sales. 

I'll likely only do pre-season and end of season updates, maybe mid-season if something big happens.

Potential Wonderkid?

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Surely not already? This guy was generated at the club before I took over. He's already attracting interest from some top Championship/mid-table Premier League teams. He definitely looks a promising player and I'm planning on making him my 2nd choice this season. If that 5* potential is true, I could have my GK spot sorted for this entire challenge. Even if it's only 4*, he'll still be a reliable PL backup if he reaches that potential. Definitely one to keep an eye on.

 

 

Good luck, the young keeper look very promising indeed. 

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Rotherham 2021-22 Transfer Window

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Managed to hold onto everyone important by promising promotion back to the Championship, which I expect to achieve. Guess I'll be in massive trouble if I fail. Ihiekwe is the only annoying loss, since he was one of my better defenders, but he definitely wasn't irreplaceable and at 28, wasn't going to improve.

Signing 1 - Anthony Gordon (Loan) | I signed him in June, so he didn't appear on the list. An amazing inverted winger for this level, I expect to rely on him heavily for promotion. 

Signing 2 - James McAtee (Loan) | I managed to get Manchester City as a senior affiliate, so will be making the most of their talented academy. Originally signed as a striker, McAtee will slot in as an inside forward for me. Like Gordon, he's brilliant for this level and I'm looking forward to seeing what he can do.

Signing 3 - Slobodan Tedić (Loan) | The last loan, I swear. I originally wanted a young striker to build around, but couldn't find anyone good for a permanent deal. Tedić has consistently been a star for me in other lower-league saves so I knew I had to bring him in to Rotherham. I'm expecting big things from him

Signing 4 - Sean Roughan (300k) | I've got really high hopes for this kid. At 18, he's already so well-rounded and gets into my first team already. 300k looks like a steal if he develops. I reckon he could be a key player for me in the coming years.

Signing 5 - Rodrigo Macedo (120k) | A low-risk bargain here. Love the look of him as a backup striker and if he can develop, he could be a real star. I'm not expecting him to be a world-beater or anything, but in a few years we could have a tidy striker on our hands

Signing 6 - Cian Harries (475k) | My Ihiekwe replacement, Harries looks a bargain for the price. So well rounded and an excellent ball player, I expect him to excel in this league. Doubt he'll improve much at 24, but will definitely be a key player in the next couple of seasons

The Squad

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I'm operating with a bit of a smaller squad than I'd like, but I don't want to bloat my club with 2 - 2.5* CA players when I could be using that money on wonderkids in the next 1-2 years. I definitely think there's enough quality here to get us promoted. I'm going to try and use this season to develop some of our younger players, hopefully getting them ready for Championship football next year. I know I'm relying on loans for key areas, but I think I'd be a fool not to with City as our affiliate.

Prediction and Start

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How it started                                                                 How it's going

I think 6th is a little harsh. Realistically, only Hull and Sheffield Wednesday have stronger squads than us imo, and both have stumbled at the start while we've gotten off to a flier. I strongly back us for automatic promotion, if not the title with the squad we've got, barring any massive injuries or player sales. 

I'll likely only do pre-season and end of season updates, maybe mid-season if something big happens.

Potential Wonderkid?

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Surely not already? This guy was generated at the club before I took over. He's already attracting interest from some top Championship/mid-table Premier League teams. He definitely looks a promising player and I'm planning on making him my 2nd choice this season. If that 5* potential is true, I could have my GK spot sorted for this entire challenge. Even if it's only 4*, he'll still be a reliable PL backup if he reaches that potential. Definitely one to keep an eye on.

 

 

Matt Crooks is a fantastic little player on FM. 

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18 hours ago, hyrule_king said:

Matt Crooks is a fantastic little player on FM. 

Haven't been able to get the best from him, but I'm playing him pretty deep in fairness. I'd love to have him at AM but it just doesn't fit my system.

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19 hours ago, karanhsingh said:

Good luck, the young keeper look very promising indeed. 

He's improving all the time too and even got called up for Wales u21s. Need to find excuses to start playing him soon.

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3 hours ago, Rainbowz said:

Haven't been able to get the best from him, but I'm playing him pretty deep in fairness. I'd love to have him at AM but it just doesn't fit my system.

B2B was the best role for me, when i used him. Had Matt Grimes next to him as DLP.

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Rotherham 2021-22 Season Roundup

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We absolutely dominated the league, more so than I expected! I wouldn't even say we were spectacular, we 1-0/2-1'd our way past a lot of teams early, then built up enough momentum to steamroll our way to the title in March. It never looked in doubt, glad to get out of League 1 first time. We were super disappointing in the cups, being knocked out by League 2 Tranmere in both competitions which was annoying, a good FA Cup run could've done wonders. I couldn't care less about the Papa John's Trophy and purposely played a weak side so my players wouldn't get tired.

January Signings

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So, uh, I may have panicked a little about our depth in January and signed a bunch of players. Will they be good? Who knows.

Signing 1 - Chadi Riad (120k) | Signed from Barcelona B, Riad looks like a solid cover option for our defence with a bit of potential. Not expecting him to be a key player, but I'm not afraid to throw him into the team when needed.

Signing 2 - Martin Šviderský (230k) | The first real panic signing, Šviderský still isn't that bad. He'll offer good cover for a number of positions, and if his technicals improve, he could be a tidy little player

Signing 3 - Adrian Akande (loan) | I was stupid and didn't realize McAtee's loan was only until January. Thankfully, Arsenal loaned me Akande who filled the void nicely. Even if they didn't stop complain about me playing him at RW instead of LW.

Signing 4 - Idris El Mizouni (120k) | My Anthony Gordon replacement going forward, he looks far better than a 2.5* CA to me. Already looking great with 7 goals in 13 games, I hope he can kick on in the Championship.

Signing 5 - Bjorn Hardley (165k) | My scouts really over-hyped this guy as a potential PL centre-back, but I've seen worse. Definitely an okay option if I have an injury crisis, but not someone I want to rely on.

End of Season Awards

Player of the Season - Dan Barlaser

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Just an all-round consistent player. Has done great things from a deep role on the pitch, keeping everything ticking over. He'll be key for me in the Championship, and a player I'm potentially looking at to be a good PL player for me.

Young Player of the Season - Rodrigo Macedo

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This was unexpected. The kid brought in as a project for the future was an immediate hit. Bagging 14 goals in 28 games, Macedo was a key player in getting us promoted. I think I may have stumbled upon a gem here. My only worry is he's picked up 2 month-long injuries this season. If he stays fit, he could be a potential star throughout this save.

Goals for Next Season

I know I'm meant to say survival is the goal, but I think we can go a bit better. I'm aiming for a lower-midtable finish. I think we have the players and the resources to do it. Recruitment in the summer will have to be key, but I've got my eye on a few targets already. I'm excited to see what the future brings for Rotherham

  • Finish lower-midtable without being dragged into a relegation battle
  • Strengthen the squad with some key players in key areas
  • Sign a few youth prospects with the goal of developing them into PL-level stars.
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Sheffield Wednesday, here we go!

It seems as if I have a double pickle ahead of me in this challenge, as my team is in a dire financial situation. This guy looks like he will be my Andy King. Let's go!image.thumb.png.5ced921ba32027a329848b1a3127e073.pngimage.thumb.png.45c42babeeab130514b681e4e874faa8.png

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As previously mentioned I would hold back a bit on the posting for a while to make room for others. Nice to see new people taking up this challenge! Therefore this will be a quick summary of what has happened so far in my second attempt, with Coventry.

Just a reminder of what kind of save this is - I'm playing with free transfers only. No loans, no freebies if I have to pay compensation fee, no trades.

League One provided stiff competition as we actually were 3 teams who finished with over 100 points. Ended up as Champions. We also won the Papa John's trophy.

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Was pretty happy with the transfers I got in both during the League One-campaign, but also in the summer transfer window ahead of the Championship season.

 

Long story short: We lost out in the playoff final after Middlesbrough scored a devestating winning goal in the 94.minute.

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Another summer transfer window in the Championship provided us with additional talents and quality which gave us enough push for promotion in the second attempt. It felt as no team really wanted the promotion to the Premier League as we actually won the Championship even with 11 losses. 

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Points so far:

Championship champions: 75 points

League One Champions: 25 points

EFL trophy: 20 points

If I eventually succeed in winning the Premier League I suspect it will be hard to beat Leicesters score of 5000 points. The "League One" player, Gustavo Hamer, is at best a mediocre player. As I experienced with Barnsley this player is quite important as he can provide us with thousands of points as well as bonus points.

(Not sure how to add pictures and place them where I want before I post, so will shortly add pictures and edit the post to provide proof of progress/points gathered)

 

 

 

 

 

Transfers during the first season in League One:

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Transfers during the second season, in the Championship:

 

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Transfers during the third season, in the Championship:

 

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Rotherham 2022-23 Pre-Season

So, back in the Championship. I'm writing this before our first game of the season (in July for some reason), so my squad isn't finalized yet. I'll do another update at the end of the transfer window, edited to this post.

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The predictions kinda put us where I expect at the moment. We're definitely not the worst side in the division, but when you see some of the names up the top, we're miles away in terms of quality. The Championship looks absolutely stacked this year, but I'm confident we can achieve my predicted lower-midtable finish. Anything above 16th is a win for me.

Transfers

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With no-one of note leaving, let's focus on the ins. I'm definitely not done in the transfer market, but here's who I've brought in so far.

Signing 1 -Michael Ruth (Free) | A low-risk signing, I'm not expecting much from Ruth as I've loaned him straight out to St. Johnstone. I'm keeping an eye on his development though, he could prove useful or could be shifted for a nice profit.

Signing 2 - Aaron Pierre (34k) | An excellent, experienced CB for a tiny fee, I'm happy to get Pierre in. I expect him to start for us this season, and will hopefully be a solid backup as we progress.

Signing 3 - Kian Breckin (Free) | Another signing for the future. I love the high determination, and he doesn't exactly look awful stats-wise. If he develops, he could be a very useful player. If not, we lose nothing.

Signing 4 - Paulino (Free) | I messed up here. When I approached him, I was told he'd definitely get a work permit. Then when he joined, all of a sudden he didn't have one. Such a shame because he looks a great player. Will try to loan him out/move him on.

Signing 5 - Samuel Edozie (Loan) | Once again taking advantage of our affiliation with Man City, Edozie looks an excellent replacement for Gordon. A really tricky winger who can score as well as assist, I'm expecting him to come big this season.

Signing 6 - Christopher Scott (Free) | Really happy to get Scott in, he looks a great all-round player. Signed after his release from Bayern, I expect him to compete for places across the midfield. I'll likely train him as a winger too, since he has the attributes for it. Just a nice all-round option

Signing 7 - Sonny Lewis (215k) | Turning my attention to the future, Sonny Lewis could be very exciting. Definitely not ready for first-team action yet, but if that 5* potential is true, he could be a gem. He played a lot for Newport last season and hopefully keeps developing.

Signing 8 - Ömer Beyaz (Loan) | I couldn't resist bringing this guy in when I saw he was available for loan. He looks an incredible CAM for this level and will only improve. Really excited to see what he can do in our team, I'm hoping he can be the difference-maker in our side.

The Squad

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So this is how our squad looks so far. There are definitely some areas I'd like to improve (RW and a backup keeper mainly), but overall I'm happy. I think this squad as it is should see us easily staying up. As mentioned I'm definitely looking to build on this though, don't be surprised to see a few new names soon.

Another Wonderkid?

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I was told not to expect much from our youth intake last season, but Ramone Dale definitely proved my HOYD wrong. After losing Ebdon out of nowhere, I'm really glad we've got a young prospect I can pin some hopes on. Technically he needs some work, but mentally he's excellent and not bad physically too. I'm definitely keeping a close eye on this kid, if some of those stats grow by 2-3, we're looking at a seriously good midfielder.

End of Transfer Window Update

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Not as much business done as I'd expected, but I don't think my squad needs any more. 

Signing 9 - Josh Martin (Loan) | Martin provides everything I need in a supporting winger. Plenty of ability all-round. I expect he'll be a key player for me this season, and maybe someone I look to sign permanently.

Signing 10 - Will Mannion (110k) | An ex-FM wonderkid if I remember correctly, I'm not expecting Mannion to be England #1 in this save, but he looks an excellent backup keeper. Wouldn't surprise me if I can sell him for profit in a few years too.

Signing 11 - Morgan Rogers (Loan) | An unfortunate signing, Machado got injured for another month and I realized I only really had Kayode as backup. Rogers will provide solid enough cover if Machado is plagued with injuries, but I hope the worst is past him.

An Unexpected Start

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We're 3rd! Yes, it's only 7 games in, but I'll take what I can get. We've had an excellent start to the season, getting some strong results against decent teams. However, we're yet to play the big boys of the division (although we did shock Newcastle 1-0 in the EFL Cup). I know this isn't going to last, so I'm posting it and enjoying it while I can.

Current Points: 25 - Won League One Title

Money Spent: £1,935,000

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On 11/06/2021 at 22:39, Rainbowz said:

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WTF!? He was contracted and had provisionally signed a deal, how the **** has he gone on a free? Feel like the game has robbed me here.

Yikes, that is unfortunate. Guess you didn't have him signed up? Otherwise I don't see how its possible.

On 12/06/2021 at 21:52, rifinskim said:

Sheffield Wednesday, here we go!

It seems as if I have a double pickle ahead of me in this challenge, as my team is in a dire financial situation. This guy looks like he will be my Andy King. Let's go!image.thumb.png.5ced921ba32027a329848b1a3127e073.pngimage.thumb.png.45c42babeeab130514b681e4e874faa8.png

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Good luck - wonderful club, I had a fun stint with them during FM20.

On 13/06/2021 at 00:54, allisiaa said:

As previously mentioned I would hold back a bit on the posting for a while to make room for others. Nice to see new people taking up this challenge! Therefore this will be a quick summary of what has happened so far in my second attempt, with Coventry.

Just a reminder of what kind of save this is - I'm playing with free transfers only. No loans, no freebies if I have to pay compensation fee, no trades.

League One provided stiff competition as we actually were 3 teams who finished with over 100 points. Ended up as Champions. We also won the Papa John's trophy.

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Was pretty happy with the transfers I got in both during the League One-campaign, but also in the summer transfer window ahead of the Championship season.

 

Long story short: We lost out in the playoff final after Middlesbrough scored a devestating winning goal in the 94.minute.

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Another summer transfer window in the Championship provided us with additional talents and quality which gave us enough push for promotion in the second attempt. It felt as no team really wanted the promotion to the Premier League as we actually won the Championship even with 11 losses. 

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Points so far:

Championship champions: 75 points

League One Champions: 25 points

EFL trophy: 20 points

If I eventually succeed in winning the Premier League I suspect it will be hard to beat Leicesters score of 5000 points. The "League One" player, Gustavo Hamer, is at best a mediocre player. As I experienced with Barnsley this player is quite important as he can provide us with thousands of points as well as bonus points.

(Not sure how to add pictures and place them where I want before I post, so will shortly add pictures and edit the post to provide proof of progress/points gathered)

 

 

 

 

 

Transfers during the first season in League One:

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Transfers during the second season, in the Championship:

 

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Great going once again, are you using the same tactics?

13 hours ago, Rainbowz said:

Rotherham 2022-23 Pre-Season

So, back in the Championship. I'm writing this before our first game of the season (in July for some reason), so my squad isn't finalized yet. I'll do another update at the end of the transfer window, edited to this post.

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The predictions kinda put us where I expect at the moment. We're definitely not the worst side in the division, but when you see some of the names up the top, we're miles away in terms of quality. The Championship looks absolutely stacked this year, but I'm confident we can achieve my predicted lower-midtable finish. Anything above 16th is a win for me.

Transfers

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With no-one of note leaving, let's focus on the ins. I'm definitely not done in the transfer market, but here's who I've brought in so far.

Signing 1 -Michael Ruth (Free) | A low-risk signing, I'm not expecting much from Ruth as I've loaned him straight out to St. Johnstone. I'm keeping an eye on his development though, he could prove useful or could be shifted for a nice profit.

Signing 2 - Aaron Pierre (34k) | An excellent, experienced CB for a tiny fee, I'm happy to get Pierre in. I expect him to start for us this season, and will hopefully be a solid backup as we progress.

Signing 3 - Kian Breckin (Free) | Another signing for the future. I love the high determination, and he doesn't exactly look awful stats-wise. If he develops, he could be a very useful player. If not, we lose nothing.

Signing 4 - Paulino (Free) | I messed up here. When I approached him, I was told he'd definitely get a work permit. Then when he joined, all of a sudden he didn't have one. Such a shame because he looks a great player. Will try to loan him out/move him on.

Signing 5 - Samuel Edozie (Loan) | Once again taking advantage of our affiliation with Man City, Edozie looks an excellent replacement for Gordon. A really tricky winger who can score as well as assist, I'm expecting him to come big this season.

Signing 6 - Christopher Scott (Free) | Really happy to get Scott in, he looks a great all-round player. Signed after his release from Bayern, I expect him to compete for places across the midfield. I'll likely train him as a winger too, since he has the attributes for it. Just a nice all-round option

Signing 7 - Sonny Lewis (215k) | Turning my attention to the future, Sonny Lewis could be very exciting. Definitely not ready for first-team action yet, but if that 5* potential is true, he could be a gem. He played a lot for Newport last season and hopefully keeps developing.

Signing 8 - Ömer Beyaz (Loan) | I couldn't resist bringing this guy in when I saw he was available for loan. He looks an incredible CAM for this level and will only improve. Really excited to see what he can do in our team, I'm hoping he can be the difference-maker in our side.

The Squad

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So this is how our squad looks so far. There are definitely some areas I'd like to improve (RW and a backup keeper mainly), but overall I'm happy. I think this squad as it is should see us easily staying up. As mentioned I'm definitely looking to build on this though, don't be surprised to see a few new names soon.

Another Wonderkid?

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I was told not to expect much from our youth intake last season, but Ramone Dale definitely proved my HOYD wrong. After losing Ebdon out of nowhere, I'm really glad we've got a young prospect I can pin some hopes on. Technically he needs some work, but mentally he's excellent and not bad physically too. I'm definitely keeping a close eye on this kid, if some of those stats grow by 2-3, we're looking at a seriously good midfielder.

End of Transfer Window Update

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Not as much business done as I'd expected, but I don't think my squad needs any more. 

Signing 9 - Josh Martin (Loan) | Martin provides everything I need in a supporting winger. Plenty of ability all-round. I expect he'll be a key player for me this season, and maybe someone I look to sign permanently.

Signing 10 - Will Mannion (110k) | An ex-FM wonderkid if I remember correctly, I'm not expecting Mannion to be England #1 in this save, but he looks an excellent backup keeper. Wouldn't surprise me if I can sell him for profit in a few years too.

Signing 11 - Morgan Rogers (Loan) | An unfortunate signing, Machado got injured for another month and I realized I only really had Kayode as backup. Rogers will provide solid enough cover if Machado is plagued with injuries, but I hope the worst is past him.

An Unexpected Start

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We're 3rd! Yes, it's only 7 games in, but I'll take what I can get. We've had an excellent start to the season, getting some strong results against decent teams. However, we're yet to play the big boys of the division (although we did shock Newcastle 1-0 in the EFL Cup). I know this isn't going to last, so I'm posting it and enjoying it while I can.

Current Points: 25 - Won League One Title

Money Spent: £1,935,000

Good season there, Dale looks like he could develop into a solid BWM for you.

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BARNSLEY - 2024-25 mid-season review

Here is the Premier league table at the turn of the year.

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We made a couple more signings in Jan.

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Including one big one, a new club record.

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And he also adds to the growing Argentinian + South American contingent at the club. He looks fantastic - only downside being the low determination. Hopefully he can gain a few points in that area.

General musings - this challenge is going to be tougher than I thought, which is certainly reflective of real life. I think when Leicester did perform the miracle (which is what it was make no mistake) they were helped by the big clubs all having average seasons or being in transition. Now the way that things are both IRL and in-game, it seems impossible to win the EPL without being almost flawless in all areas. Currently in my save United top the table with a staggering 59 points in 23 games. The lowest points tally to win the league in the past 4 years has been 87. The level of the competition is insane.

With the Ayala transfer my spend is now up to around 42 million GBP. I do believe we have a really solid squad now, but we are still clearly some way behind the best. However one thing that I have decided is that from now on any players to join need to be absolute top class and a clear step up from what we have. 

I am also struggling on the continuity aspect now because a number of players around from the League One/ Championship days are complaining about lack of play time and think they aren't good enough for this level (which is probably true). I will let them leave if they want to for realism - no point keeping them just for the challenge sake. We are down to 14 players as of now who qualify - I do hope to keep this at 10 which would be the same number Leicester had. If we ever do win the title!

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Rotherham Mid-Season 2022-23 Update

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The wheels have come off, kinda. From looking excellent in the league, we've hit a rough patch. Despite dominating xG and stats in games, we can't seem to finish teams off and we're suffering for it. I know promotion shouldn't be the aim this season, but the collapse we've had is really worrying.

Top Performers So Far

1) Bjorn Hardley

Now this is a massive surprise. A guy I described as "overhyped" and "not someone I want to rely on" is currently the best performing player in my team! I don't really know how, compared to our other CBs he's one of the weakest, yet just keeps performing. My coaches also seem to agree with my scouts now and are touting him as a potential Premier League player. One of the reasons I love FM is stuff like this, a random guy I expected little from turning out to be a key player.

2) Josh Martin

Now onto a player I did expect to be key. Martin is developing nicely and looks a top-quality winger for this level. In fact he's developed an annoying amount, so it's unlikely Norwich will let me have him back as they look set for relegation from the Premier League. Still, for while I have him I hope to keep getting the best out of him.

3) Ömer Beyaz

Unsurprisingly, the wonderkid Beyaz rounds out my top 3 performers. He's not really developed as much as I'd hoped, but he's still an excellent CAM for this division, and hopefully Tottenham will let me have him again. Maybe he hasn't lit the competition up like I expected, but he keeps the team ticking along, and has bailed me out of a few games. Really happy to still have him.

Manager's Thoughts

This season is a weird one. On the one hand, we're outperforming our expectations with a squad that has no right being where it is. On the other, we're hemorrhaging money and there isn't too much interest in our players to generate the much-needed cash to get the improvements needed to put together a promotion-challenging squad. My plan is to continue buying young, promising wonderkids who can immediately get into our squad/make our bench, and hope they develop. I have some extremely promising looking players in my shortlist, but just don't have the funds to get them. I'm worried I'm going to spend the majority of this challenge stuck as a mid-table Championship team without the resources to push for promotion. If I get some money, I think I can make some big things happen, but so far there's nothing on the horizon.

 

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Rotherham 2022-23 January Transfer Window

Out

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Macedo sadly leaves us, but £10m for a player we signed for a 20th of that is amazing. Plus we get a nice 40% sell-on fee. I kinda wished we could keep him, as I envisioned him turning into a solid Premier League striker, but I needed the money, and while good, he's not irreplacable.

In

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Oh boy do I have some players to show you. Some diligent scouting on my behalf has turned up some absolute gems.

Signing 1- Hiroki Abe (Free) | Although he doesn't join until the summer (annoying as his work permit dealings carried his signing date past January), I'm excited to sign Abe who looks like a great inside forward with a bit of room to grow. I'm not expecting fireworks, but I think we'll get some good things from Abe

Signing 2 - Diogo Henrique (£450) | One of those odd players with a tiny release fee, Henrique cost us the same as an Xbox Series X. And like an Xbox Series X, he's not available yet, joining us in over a year. He was wanted by some big teams, so signed him with nothing to lose. He doesn't strike me as a future star, but I've been wrong before.

Signing 3 - João Pina (975k) | Portugal has been a happy hunting ground for me, and I'm keeping that going with Pina. A really fast, dynamic RW/ST with a lot to be excited about. If he lives up to that potential, we could have a star on our hands. He joins us in a year's time and will be an excellent squad option

Signing 4 - Arian Kalantari (£545k) | Now this is weird. I was browsing the England u19 squad looking for players with expiring contracts, and found a guy playing in Iran for Persepolis. I initially thought it was a loan, but no. Weirder still, he generated at the club. Weirder even still, he looks amazing! So glad to get this transfer done before another team notices him. He's the type of player who'll be worth millions in a few years time. An absolute bargain!

Signing 5 - Evann Guessand (Loan) | Okay, this was a panic buy. With 1 day left of the transfer window, I still hadn't replaced Macedo and needed someone as Kayode isn't quite up to standard and Rogers has been awful. Guessand looks great though, and would have definitely been our main striker. I say would have, because on deadline day I found the guy underneath him.

Signing 6 - Vincent Grosjean (£925k) | What. A. Player! A technical marvel seemingly with bags of potential, I have really high hopes for this guy. 17 dribbling and 17 finishing and needless to say bonkers for this level. Physically he's lacking, but I'm hoping with a few years of coaching under his belt, he'll turn into an absolute machine.

Manager's Thoughts

FM is a crazy old game. I went from having no solid striking options and panicking the day before deadline day to having 2 amazing options and another joining soon. I was really worried about attracting some star wonderkids to our team, but I think the additions I've made here are nothing short of amazing, if I may say so myself. A top-half finish this season will give us the perfect platform to mount an assault on the playoffs next year. If some of these players develop, oh boy I think I'll have a hell of a squad.

 

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