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  2. UEFA Europa League Quarter final 1st Leg: Örebro SK 1-1 Marseille We played so well in this first leg, but a late error cost us the crucial away goal and makes things look tricky for the second leg. Herolind Shala's 35 yard drive just after an hour had put us in front. 2nd Leg: Marseille 3-0 Örebro SK Sadly we couldn't live with the French side in the second leg, and it was a horror night for Emil Jonassen, who was at fault for all three goals (and finished with a rating of 3.6!) Still, it's been a great run in Europe. I'd have ripped your arm off for a spot in the Europa League group stage, let alone the Champions League groups and then a run in the Europa. Lovely stuff.
  3. Not the best signing as we get in Australian Cameron Figg from Melbourne Victory. This is a Chairman signing so I won't cast aspersions on the DoF as yet. By the way we are pretty stinking rich and we are not in Australia with it's completely mental stupid rules so we should be okay and I don't mind depth in the team.
  4. The chairman decides to bring in a DoF. Let's hope he is better than **** face from the Mariners.
  5. On the other side of things Tianjin Yill have activated the release clause of Kei Watanabe, so it looks like we could well lose him.
  6. The transfer window is open and the chairman has decided to bring in centre back Rodolfo Milozzi of Independiente. He should be a good addition to the squad.
  7. The draw for the group stages of the other Japanese domestic cup is made, this being the Yamazaki Nabisco Cup, we are drawn along side Kashima, Omiya Ardija and Vissel Kobe.
  8. 1) You set a lot of criteria for every scouting assignment (ie. max wage is N p/w, max asking price is X millions), but that's not a guarantee that the club will sell the player for a fee you can afford or that he'll ask for reasonable wages instead of a 400% raise. 2) You look at ALL the scouting reports to find those who are actually interested in joining AND you can afford to sign and pay. 3) You simply use the Player Search function and scout individual players hoping to find some good and viable candidates.
  9. SEASON 2018/2019 JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2019 GIBRALTARIAN PRIMERA DIVISION LEAGUE TABLE SHEDULLE With an amazing winning seri we took huge avantage for league title. INFO COLLEGE EUROPA College Europa lost easily in between us games but they made some very important transfers-loans from Premier League clubs!They will be much stronger next year. INJURY Ouchhh....And he had an amazing season until now both for national team and with us.. TRANSFERS OUT Kike wasn't in my plans.. IN MIKEY YOME Yome will replace injured Cabrera,he is international with Gibraltar. REIDEL And an english talent who signed by our new Head of Youth Develepment. STAFF IN A great and experienced choice for our academies. OTHER NEWS YOUTH INTAKE 2019 Nothing special in our first Youth Intake. BEST REGENS HUNT
  10. That is the end of the season so it air miles time We won 12 games this (games since taking over) The equation is as follows:- 3 x 5.56 x 2 x 1 = 33.33 air miles per win = 399.98 air miles won = Added to the 1,327.29 we already had means we now have 1,727,77 air miles in the kitty. No real new leagues to add, since there is no real point adding China and South Korea, since we already moved to Japan.
  11. The first trophy in Japan is in the bag as we beat Oita 3-0 to win the Tennohai.
  12. We play Oita Trinita after they overcame Kashima Antlers in the final of the cup
  13. 2022/23 Transfer update: This season we brought in 7 players and let go of 3. These four players seem to be the best of the lot according to my team report.
  14. That's good. Btw, what are their stats for positioning, tackling, stamina, teamwork and acceleration? Well, that basically comes down to the same. Anyway, in that case you need to create a system in which others will have to do all the "dirty job" in order to make the striker entirely focused on getting into scoring chances. The most logical choice for the striker's role would be poacher. Now when you know that, you can think about how the rest of the system could be set up. You need to create as many different ways of creating chances for him as possible.
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  16. Yeah, total football preset would be quite interesting to see. I personally have some (vague) ideas as to how it might be set up, but would like to see how SI views the style.
  17. You posted so many screenshots of Celtic scout report(s), but not a single one of your tactic. And btw, try to be more realistic: You have 5 wins and 6 draws against probably the best club in Scotland. So you should be more than pleased with your record against them.
  18. Just thought I'd upload my newest game, in case you're planning on doing any change in the file and haven't done any yet: https://oc.sigames.com/owncloud/index.php/s/Kzvhd0MdU3v4Nv4
  19. What are the conditions for my youth team coaches being able to train first team players? Is it possible for U19 coaches to be included in first team coaching duties at all. Playing in lower leagues in Spain if that makes a difference.
  20. Chelsea returned to the South Coast after the international break, with the World Cup playoffs having concluded. Spain had demolished Ireland 9-3 on aggregate, but Holland had fallen to Turkey. Spencer opted to rest Kanté, giving Charlie Colkett his first appearance in the matchday squad. Southampton Forster Cédric Wisdom Kongolo Bertrand Romeu Clasie Hendrix Gabbiadini Giovani Tadic Substitutes: McCarthy, Tomkins, Lingard, Rodriguez, Davis, Ward-Prowse, Boufal Chelsea Courtois Azpilicueta Luiz Zouma Gayà Camacho Matic Fàbregas Willian Costa Hazard Substitutes: Begovic, Wakefield, Rüdiger, Colkett, Loftus-Cheek, Pedro, Batshuayi Referee: Graham Scott In the third minute, Giovani found Tadic, who brought Bertrand into play. Bertrand took the ball down the line before passing to Hendrix, who moved the ball onto Tadic. Tadic passed to Giovani, whose shot was saved by Courtois. In the fifteenth minute, a headed clearance by Wisdom was picked up by Camacho, who sent the ball right to Willian. Willian took it down the right and knocked it towards the far post, but Costa volleyed home at the near post to give Chelsea the lead. Three minutes later, a copy from Gayà was deflected to Matic, who passed to Camacho. Camacho went for goal, but he sent the ball wide. In the 22nd minute, Camacho had another chance, seeing a header saved by Forster after some pinball in the box. In the 32nd minute, Gabbiadini moved the ball out right to Cédric, who crossed the ball low and hard to Hendrix. Hendrix passed to Clasie, whose shot struck the post and was cleared by Zouma. Southampton would regret that miss two minutes later. Camacho intercepted a headed clearance by Clasie, and headed the ball to Fàbregas. Fàbregas looked for Costa, who played the ball down the left for Gayà. Gayà's cross was gathered by Forster, but Hendrix was robbed by Camacho, who hit a 45 yard ball ahead of Hazard. Hazard then played a low pass right to Costa, who hit a scorching shot into the back of the net to double Chelsea's lead. In the 39th minute, a corner from Fàbregas found the head of Camacho, who headed off target. Five minutes later, a throw-in from Cédric found Giovani, who delivered a cross to Tadic in the area. Zouma cleared, but only to Clasie, who passed to Gabbiadini. Gabbiadini passed to Cédric, who got to the byline and delivered a cross to Tadic, who headed wide. Tadic then had another chance in stoppage time, but his shot was tipped wide by Courtois. At half time, Romeu was replaced by Jesse Lingard, a £19.5M summer signing from Manchester United, as Southampton looked to get back in the match. It was Chelsea who made the first move of the half, however, as Costa saw a header saved by Forster before shooting inches wide after a lovely ball by Fàbregas put him through on goal. In the 55th minute, a cross from Cédric found Gabbiadini, who played in Tadic. Tadic hit a half volley, which he skewed wide of the goal. Southampton then took Kongolo off to be replaced by Davis. In the 58th minute, Southampton were awarded a free kick. Bertrand stepped up against his former club, but the shot struck Camacho and went behind. Clasie was then taken off and replaced by Ward-Prowse. In the 67th minute, Camacho played an aerial ball to Costa, whose ambitious effort went high and wide. In the 79th minute, Camacho was booked for a foul on Giovani. Chelsea then replaced a tiring Costa and Zouma with Batshuayi and Rüdiger. With five minutes to go, Davis blazed a shot over the bar, before Chelsea brought Charlie Colkett on for his debut. In the first minute of added time, Azpilicueta threw the ball to Willian, who sent the ball back to Camacho. Camacho hit a low first time shot into the net to put the icing on the cake. Barclays Premier League - at At Mary's Stadium, Southampton Southampton 0-3 Chelsea (Diego Costa 15, 34, Camacho 90+1) Attendance: 32,505 (3,000 away) Man of the Match: Willian The big news of the weekend, however, broke on Tuesday. Danny Blind had been sacked following Holland's failure to qualify for the World Cup and, barely 12 hours after the win over West Ham, Rafael Benitez left Newcastle to take the vacant Holland job. Other results Friday Arsenal 4-1 Watford (Sánchez 45, Giroud 62, 72, 86; Deeney 45+2) Saturday Burnley 1-2 West Brom (Boyd 50; Chadli 14, Yacob 28) Man Utd 0-1 Stoke (Arnautovic 75) Sunderland 2-0 Liverpool (Defoe 31, Young 81) Swansea 2-3 Everton (Doumbia 55, Amat 90+3; Benteke 62, Deulofeu 79, Barkley 86) Leicester 2-2 Tottenham (Vardy 33, 69; Son 16, Dembélé 47) Sunday Norwich 0-1 Derby County (Edwards 29) Bournemouth 2-2 Man City (Wilson 46, Daniels pen 55; Caulker og 43, Agüero 52) Monday Newcastle 2-1 West Ham (José Fonte og 13, Dunk 23; Calleri 3) League Table | Pos | Inf | Team | Pld | Won | Drn | Lst | For | Ag | GD | Pts | | ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------| | 1st | | Man City | 13 | 11 | 2 | 0 | 21 | 5 | +16 | 35 | | ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------| | 2nd | | Chelsea | 13 | 8 | 3 | 2 | 24 | 9 | +15 | 27 | | ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------| | 3rd | | Arsenal | 13 | 8 | 1 | 4 | 25 | 12 | +13 | 25 | | ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------| | 4th | | West Ham | 13 | 8 | 1 | 4 | 25 | 14 | +11 | 25 | | ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------| | 5th | | Tottenham | 13 | 7 | 3 | 3 | 28 | 18 | +10 | 24 | | ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------| | 6th | | Leicester | 13 | 7 | 2 | 4 | 19 | 17 | +2 | 23 | | ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------| | 7th | | Everton | 13 | 6 | 3 | 4 | 21 | 14 | +7 | 21 | | ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------| | 8th | | Liverpool | 13 | 6 | 2 | 5 | 19 | 16 | +3 | 20 | | ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------| | 9th | | Bournemouth | 13 | 5 | 4 | 4 | 21 | 20 | +1 | 19 | | ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------| | 10th | | Man Utd | 13 | 5 | 2 | 6 | 18 | 14 | +4 | 17 | | ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------| | 11th | | Watford | 13 | 5 | 2 | 6 | 18 | 18 | 0 | 17 | | ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------| | 12th | | Sunderland | 13 | 4 | 4 | 5 | 15 | 16 | -1 | 16 | | ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------| | 13th | | Newcastle | 13 | 4 | 4 | 5 | 19 | 23 | -4 | 16 | | ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------| | 14th | | Stoke | 13 | 4 | 3 | 6 | 14 | 18 | -4 | 15 | | ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------| | 15th | | Southampton | 13 | 4 | 3 | 6 | 15 | 22 | -7 | 15 | | ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------| | 16th | | Norwich | 13 | 3 | 3 | 7 | 11 | 18 | -7 | 12 | | ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------| | 17th | | Derby County | 13 | 4 | 0 | 9 | 13 | 25 | -12 | 12 | | ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------| | 18th | | Burnley | 13 | 3 | 2 | 8 | 13 | 28 | -15 | 11 | | ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------| | 19th | | West Brom | 13 | 3 | 1 | 9 | 11 | 35 | -24 | 10 | | ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------| | 20th | | Swansea | 13 | 2 | 1 | 10 | 11 | 19 | -8 | 7 | | ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
  21. Thanks i did think of setting till end of season but forgot Just had Youth intake and these were the best 4 What do you guys think ?
  22. Excellent to hear Jimmy. Any news on whether this also fixes the crash mentioned a few days ago, whereby clicking a player’s name in the match engine would cause the game to crash?
  23. It took a long time, but I managed to do the impossible -- displace Celtic as the winner of the Scottish Premiership. Not that I have managed to beat Celtic. The best I can do is draw with them. I guess you could say Ross County displaced Rangers as the second-best team in Scotland. Started my first season with payroll of about 1 million pounds. I started season 10 with a payroll of 15 million pounds. The board expanded our stadium from 6,000 to 10,000 capacity, and we opened season 10 in a new stadium with 23,000 seats. We consistently sell 90 percent of the seats. Season 1 -- Won promotion from Championship Season 2 -- 8th in Premiership Season 3 -- 2nd in Premiership, Runner-up for Scottish Cup, Manager of the Year Award Season 4 -- 2nd in Premiership; Scottish Cup winner, reached knockout round of EURO Cup, Manager of the Year Season 5 -- 2nd in Premiership, Runner-up for Scottish Cup Manager of the Year Award Season 6 -- 2nd in Premiership, Runner-up for Scottish Cup, Manager of the Year Award Season 7 -- 2nd in Premiership, Runner-up for Scottish Cup, Manager of the Year Award, reached knockout round of EURO Cup Season 8 -- 2nd in Premiership, Runner-up for Scottish Cup, Manager of the Year Award, reached second level knockout round of EURO Cup Season 9 -- 1st in Premiership, Won Scottish Cup, Won Betfred Cup Season 10 -- Recently started after financial takeover (we have 49 million pounds in the bank). In European Champions Cup, we have managed to win first three games in our group, against Zenit, Borussia Dortmund, and Tottenham! Yet we still can't beat Celtic. Most of this was done in 4-2-3-1 control possession (attacking), with two midfielders playing as ball-winning midfielders against tough opponents, so we had 6 defenders; against others, one midfielder was playing attacking/support. In Season 9, we had a streak of nearly 20 games without conceding a goal. Stretching from Season 9 and into Season 10, we have not lost a game in more than 20 league matches. On occasion I play 4-2-4 tiki-taka. And when get I behind I switch to a custom 4-1-5 to pressure the defense.
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