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  1. Very good read - appreciate that moving around that much can seem like a bit of a grind. Your careers are always very entertaining
  2. Was going to start in Denmark, then France, but couldn't get into anything....so decided to return to the team I managed last year Yep, Norway again and back with Lyn Oslo with whom I had a great career in the FM18 challenge. Hopefully a good fun repeat in FM19. Domestic Leagues History Profile Overview Squad
  3. Crispypaul Ulsan K-League 1 2025 League - Table | Fixtures 1 | Fixtures 2 - so we joined when we were 4th, ended up 3rd and qualifying for the ACL which is fine KFA Cup - Fixtures - still in this when I joined, we just sneaked past Jeonbuk over the two legged final. Finances - all fine Transfers - most of these before I joined Squad Key players - Saeid Aghaei - veteran Iranian left winger Rene - one of my two Brazilian left backs, he was the stronger performer Hwang Mun-Kei - decent attacking midfielder Jung Do-Hyun - as expected a strong centre back Kwon Moon-Ki - solid central midfielder Domestic Season Team Division Position Notes 2019 Home United S-League 1st Cup, League Cup, AFC Cup winners, National B licence 2020 Deportes Santa Cruz Chilean Primera B 1st Promoted 2021 Deportes Santa Cruz Chilean Primera 3rd Cup Winners, Qualified for Copa Libertadores, Continental B 2022 Deportes Santa Cruz Chilean Primera 1st Cup Winners, Copa Libertadores Knockout, Continental A 2022/23 Pumas Mexican Premier Division 1st Apertura and Clasura Winners, CONCACFA CL winners, Continental Pro 2023/24 Maritzburg Utd South African Premier Division 1st MTN8, Telkom, Nedbank Cup Winners 2024/25 Maritzburg Utd South African Premier Division 1st MTN8, Nedbank Cup, African CL Winners 2025 Ulsan K-League 1 3rd Joined 20th July 2025, KFA Cup Winners International Year Team Achievements 2023/24 Cameroon African Nations Championship winners, AFCON qualifying group stage 2024/25 Cameroon AFCON Runners Up, Resigned Challenge Progress Club 4/10 top domestic leagues (Singapore, Home United, 2019; Chile, Deportes Santa Cruz, 2022; Mexico, Pumas, 2022/23; South Africa, Maritzburg Utd, 2023/24) 4/10 domestic cups (Singapore, Home United, 2019; Chile, Deportes Santa Cruz, 2021; South Africa, Maritzburg Utd, 2023/24; South Korea, Ulsan, 2025) 2/5 club continental championships (CONCACAF, Pumas, 2022/23; CAF, Maritzburg Utd, 2024/25) 0/1 club world championship International 0/5 continental tournaments 0/2 world tournaments
  4. I think its a ticket price issue as that works out at €26 a ticket (so about £24). Obviously not the case for games at that level!
  5. Hi - sorry haven't had a chance until now but uploaded as cameroonattendance.fm (sorry its a big one!) October 2024 - you'll see the attendance figures historically, there's also a Senegal game a couple of weeks later which had an attendance of 14 (as per the screenshot)
  6. Crispypaul Maritzburg United ABSA Premiership 2024/25 League - Table | Fixtures 1 | Fixtures 2 - another season of dominance with only a single defeat and two absolute tonkings of Kaizer Chiefs (who have had an awful season) African Champions League - Group Table | Fixtures - started off in the first qualifier absolutely stuffing AS Tempete Mocaf of the Central African Republic 19-0 on aggregate including a 13-0 away win. Then we beat Egyptian side Zamalek to qualify for the group stages where sides from Algeria, Guinea and Congo. Won every game to face Petro Atletico of Angola whom were dispatched comfortably. In the semis we faced our 2nd Egyptian side in Al-Ahly, a tougher game we just about edged. In the two legged final we faced holders ES Tunis. We snagged an away goal in the first leg but a comfortable win at home meant we lifted the Champions League. MTN 8 - Fixtures - retained this early season cup Telkom Knockout - Fixtures - a bit disappointing as we were knocked out in the quarter finals Nedbank Cup - Fixtures - at least we retained this trophy with a comfortable defeat of Orlando Pirates in the final. Finances - plenty of prize money leads to these being nice and healthy Transfers - another overhaul with the best signing being Senegalese centre half Mamour Kane for £500k Squad Key players - Jean-Baptiste Kone - the Ivorian striker signed on a free in January 2024 and made the striker position his own this season, scoring 39 goals in all competitions Deolin Mekoa - the experienced left winger had a solid season Matty Loureiro - the young left winger rotated well with Mekoa and had a better season after joining permanently, having previously been on loan Mamour Kane - really solid centre back, had a top season and I have had to reject a lot of bids for him. Luthando Mateza - another good season from the attacking midfielder Grant Kekana - top notch again but declining somewhat Future - I won the Champions League so no need to stay, I therefore resigned for pastures new Cameroon Update 2024/25 African Cup of Nations - Group | Tree - we went into this just having an expectation to get to the quarter finals which we did comfortably. A pretty easy run to the final however we had a frustrating narrow defeat to Ivory Coast. I resigned not long after and will take a break from international football until after the 2026 World Cup Domestic Season Team Division Position Notes 2019 Home United S-League 1st Cup, League Cup, AFC Cup winners, National B licence 2020 Deportes Santa Cruz Chilean Primera B 1st Promoted 2021 Deportes Santa Cruz Chilean Primera 3rd Cup Winners, Qualified for Copa Libertadores, Continental B 2022 Deportes Santa Cruz Chilean Primera 1st Cup Winners, Copa Libertadores Knockout, Continental A 2022/23 Pumas Mexican Premier Division 1st Apertura and Clasura Winners, CONCACFA CL winners, Continental Pro 2023/24 Maritzburg Utd South African Premier Division 1st MTN8, Telkom, Nedbank Cup Winners 2024/25 Maritzburg Utd South African Premier Division 1st MTN8, Nedbank Cup, African CL Winners International Year Team Achievements 2023/24 Cameroon African Nations Championship winners, AFCON qualifying group stage 2024/25 Cameroon AFCON Runners Up, Resigned Challenge Progress Club 4/10 top domestic leagues (Singapore, Home United, 2019; Chile, Deportes Santa Cruz, 2022; Mexico, Pumas, 2022/23; South Africa, Maritzburg Utd, 2023/24) 3/10 domestic cups (Singapore, Home United, 2019; Chile, Deportes Santa Cruz, 2021; South Africa, Maritzburg Utd, 2023/24) 2/5 club continental championships (CONCACAF, Pumas, 2022/23; CAF, Maritzburg Utd, 2024/25) 0/1 club world championship International 0/5 continental tournaments 0/2 world tournaments
  7. Somerset County League Premier Division Chilcompton Sports: Chilcompton, Somerset. Ground is Chilcompton Sports Ground, Chilcompton (owned). Founded 1988. Home Kit: Yellow Shirts, Green Shorts, Yellow Socks. Clevedon United: Clevedon, Somerset. Ground is Coleridge Vale, Clevedon. Founded 1974. Home Kit: All Light Blue. Clutton ("The Swans"): Clutton, Somerset. Ground is Warwick Field, Clutton. Founded 1890. Home Kit: All Blue, Shirt has white trim Fry Club: Keynsham, Bristol. Ground is Somerdale Pavilion, Keynsham. Home Kit: Red Shirt, Black Shorts, Black Socks. Ilminster Town ("The Blues"): Ilminster, Somerset. Ground is The Recreation Ground, Ilminster (council). Founded 1920. Home Kit: All Blue Middlezoy Rovers: Westonzoyland, Somerset. Ground is The Aerodrome, Westonzoyland. Home Kit: Black and White Striped Shirt and Socks, Black Shorts. Nailsea and Tickenham ("The Swags"): Nailsea, Somerset. Ground is Fryth Way, Nailsea (owned). Founded 2015. Home Kit: All White Nailsea United: Nailsea, Somerset. Ground is Grove Sports Centre, Nailsea. Founded 1897. Home Kit: Red Shirts, Black Shorts, Red Socks. Away Kit: Light Blue and Navy Shirt, Navy Shorts, Light Blue and Navy Striped Socks Odd Down Reserves: Reserve team of step 9 side Odd Down. See their details. Shirehampton: Shirehampton, Somerset. Founded 1952. Ground is Penpole Lane, Shirehampton. Home Kit: Green Shirt with White Trim, Green Shorts, Green Socks. Stockwood Green ("The Stags"): Stockwood, Bristol. Ground is Hursley Lane, Bristol. Home Kit; Green Shirt, Black Shorts, Black Socks. Stockwood Wanderers: Stockwood, Bristol. Ground is Stockwood Lane, Bristol. Founded 2004. Home Kit: Yellow Shirts, Black Shorts, Black Socks. Watchet Town: Watchet, Somerset. Ground is War Memorial Ground, Watchet. Founded 1887. Home Kit: Red Shirts with Black Sleeves, Black Shorts, Black Socks. Westfield: Midsomer Norton, Somerset. Ground is Charlton Lane, Midsomer Norton. Founded 1976. Home Kit: Red and Black, Black Shorts, Black Socks Worle: Worle, Somerset. Ground is Station Road, Worle. Founded 1934. Home Kit: Green and White Striped Shirt, Green Shorts, Green and White Stripe Socks. Wrington Redhill: Bristol. Ground is The Recreation Field, Bristol. Founded 1889. Home Kit: Green and Black Stripe Shirt and Socks, Black Shorts. Away Kit: Yellow Shirts, Black Shorts, Yellow Socks.
  8. Great idea for a career If Tiverton get promoted into the National League South there's another option!
  9. I tried starting a Dafuge challenge for my laptop game but realised I still have little interest in slogging through the English lower leagues any time soon. So I am going to attempt this again in Scandinavia - likely Denmark - will post an update when ready.
  10. An amazing career! Would be interested in the Premier League history if possible as I see Spurs have lifted the Club World Cup multiple times.
  11. South West Peninsula League Division One West Bere Alston United: Bere Alston, Devon. Ground is Recreation Field, Bere Alston (council). Home Kit: Blue with White Sleeves, Blue Shorts, Blue Socks. Bude Town ("The Seasiders"): Bude, Cornwall. Ground is Broadclose Park, Bude. Home Kit: Blue with White Striped Sleeves Shirt, Blue Shorts, Blue Socks. Dobwalls: Dobwalls, Cornwall. Ground is Lantoom Park, Cornwall. Home Kit: Red Shirt, Black Socks, Black Shorts. Holsworthy ("The Magpies"): Holsworthy, Devon. Ground is Upcott Field, Holsworthy. Founded 1891. Home Kit: Black and White Stripe Shirt, Black Shorts, Black Socks. Away Kit: All Red Liskeard Athletic ("The Blues"): Liskeard, Cornwall. Ground is Lux Park, Liskeard (2000 capacity, 50 seats, owned). Founded 1946. Home Kit: Blue Shirt with White Flash, Blue Shorts, Blue Socks. Ludgvan ("The Hurlers"): Ludgvan, Cornwall. Ground is Jubilee Hall, Ludgvan. Home Kit: Yellow Shirt with Green Flash, Yellow Shorts, Yellow Socks. Mousehole AFC ("The Seagulls"): Mousehole, Cornwall. Ground is Trungle Park, Mousehole. Founded 1922. Home Kit: White Shirts with Green Sleeves, Green Shorts, White Socks. Penzance AFC ("The Magpies"): Penzance, Cornwall. Ground is Penlee Park, Penzance (1100 capacity, 550 seats, owned). Founded 1888. Home Kit: Black and White Stripe Shirt, White Shorts, White Socks. Plymouth Marjon: Plymouth, Devon. Ground is Derriford Road, Plymouth (rented, 3G). Home Kit: Blue Shirts, Black Shorts, Black Socks. Plymstock United: Plymouth, Devon. Ground is Dean's Cross, Plymstock (owned). Home Kit: All Red Porthleven ("The Fishermen"): Porthleven, Cornwall. Ground is Gala Parc, Porthleven (1500 capacity, 50 seated, owned). Founded 1896. Home Kit: Yellow and Black Stripe Shirt, Black Shorts, Black Socks. St Blazey AFC ("The Green and Blacks"): St Blazey, Cornwall. Ground is Blaise Park, St Blazey (3500 capacity, 200 seated, owned). Founded 1896. Home Kit: Green Shirt with Black Flash, Black Shorts, Black Socks. Away Kit: Blue and Black Striped Shirt, Black Socks, Blue Socks. St. Dennis: St Dennis, Cornwall. Ground is Boscawen Park, St Dennis. Home Kit: Grey Shirt, Black Socks, Black Shorts. Wadebridge Town ("The Bridgers"): Wadebridge, Cornwall. Ground is Bodieve Park, Wadebridge (1500 capacity, 109 seated, owned). Founded 1894. Home Kit: All Red. Away Kit: All Blue. Wendron United ("The Goats"): Wendron, Cornwall. Ground is Underlane, Wendron. Founded 1986. Home Kit: Maroon Shirt with Navy Stripes (a la Barcelona...), Black Shorts, Yellow Socks.
  12. South West Peninsula League Division One East Alphington: Exeter, Devon. Home Ground is The Chronicles, Exeter. Home Kit: Orange Shirt, Black Shorts, Orange Socks. Appledore ("The Fishermen"): Appledore, Devon. Ground is Marshford, Appledore. Founded 1912. Home Colours: Orange Shirt, White Shorts, White Socks. Away Colours: Blue Shirt with White Trim, Blue Shorts, Blue Socks Axminster Town ("The Tigers"): Axminster, Devon. Founded 1903. Ground is Tiger Way, Axminster. Home Colours: Bovey Tracey ("Moorlanders"): Bovey Tracey, Devon. Ground is Mill Marsh Park, Bovey Tracey. Founded 1950. Home Colours: All Red Brixham AFC ("Fishermen"): Brixham, Devon. Ground is Wall Park, Brixham. Founded 2012. Home Colours: All Navy Blue. Away Colours: All Red Budleigh Salterton ("The Robins"): Budleigh Salterton, Devon. Founded 1913. Ground is Greenaway Lane, Budleigh Salterton. Home Colours: Red Shirt with Black Shoulder, Red Shorts, Red Sock Crediton United ("Creddy"): Crediton, Devon. Founded 1910. Ground is Lords Meadow, Crediton. Home Colours: Yellow Shirt, Blue Shorts, Blue Socks. Elmore ("The Eagles"): Tiverton, Devon. Founded 1947. Ground is Horsdon Park, Tiverton (owned, capacity 2000 all standing). Home Colours: All Green. Away Colours: All White. Exeter University: Exeter, Devon. Ground is Topsham Sports Ground, Exeter (owned). Home Kit: Dark Green Shirt with White Sleeves, White Socks, White Shorts. Honiton Town ("The Hippos"); Honiton, Devon. Ground is Mountbatten Park, Honiton. Home Kit: Red and Black Stripe Shirt, Black Shorts, Red Socks. Ilfracombe Town ("The Bluebirds"): Ilfracombe, Devon. Founded 1902. Ground is Marlborough Park, Ilfracombe (owned, capacity 2000, 50 seats). Home Colours: Light Blue with white trim. Away Colours: Yellow Shirt, Red Shorts, White Socks. Liverton United ("The Lillys"): Ilsington, Devon. Founded 1902. Ground is Halford, Ilsington. Home Colours: All Blue. Away Colours: All Orange Newton Abbot Spurs ("Spurs"): Newton Abbot, Devon. Founded 1938. Ground is Recreation Ground, Newton Abbot. Home Colours: All Navy Blue. Away Colours: All Red St Martins AFC: Exminster, Devon. Founded 1974. Ground is Minster Park, Exminster. Home Kit: All Red. Away Kit: All Blue. Sidmouth Town ("The Vikings"): Sidmouth, Devon. Founded 1912. Ground is Manstone Lane, Sidmouth. Home Kit: All Green. Away Kit: All Red Stoke Gabriel ("The Railwaymen"): Stoke Gabriel, Devon. Founded 1905. Ground is GJ Churchward Memorial Ground, Stoke Gabriel. Home Colours: Navy Shirt with Red Shoulders, Navy Shorts, Navy Socks. Away Colours: Orange Shirt, Black Shorts, Orange Socks. Teignmouth: Teignmouth, Devon. Ground is Coombe Valley, Teignmouth. Founded 1946. Home Kit: Red Shirt with White Chest, Red Shorts, Red Socks. Torridgeside: Great Torrington, Devon. Founded 1989. Ground is Donnacroft Field, Great Torrington. Home Kit: Maroon Shirt, Light Blue sleeves Waldon Athletic: Torquay, Devon. Ground is Windmill Hill Playing Fields, Torquay. Home Kit: Maroon shirt with light blue sleeves. Basically Burnley's kit!
  13. I did Surrey Elite and am looking at the two SW Peninsula leagues
  14. Surrey Elite Intermediate League AFC Cubo: Wandsworth, London. Ground is Aspire Southfields, London (3G) (rented). Founded 1999. Home Kit: Light Blue, Navy Shorts, Navy Socks. AFC Spelthorne Sports: Ashford, Middlesex. Ground is Spelthorne Sports Club (same as Spelthorne Sports in Step 9). Kits the same as Spelthorne Sports (they are "linked" clubs, I would consider a local affiliate in fact). Battersea Ironsides: Earlsfield, London. Ground is Burntwood Lane, Earlsfield (owned). Home Kit: Green Shirts with White Trim, Green Shorts, Green Socks. Chessington Kings Centre FC: Tolworth, Surrey. Ground is Tolworth Court, Tolworth (rented). Founded 1997. Home Kit: Green Shirts, Green Shorts, Green Kit Farleigh Rovers ("The Foxes"): Warlingham, Surrey. Ground is Parsonage Field, Farleigh. Founded 1922. Home Kit: Red and Black Vertical Stripes Shirt, Black Shorts, Black Socks. Away Kit: All Blue. Horsley: Horsley, Surrey. Ground is Tom's Field, Horsley (owned). Founded 1903. Home Kit: Red Shirts with Black Trim, Black Shorts, Black Socks with Red Trim. Away Kit: Green Shirts with Black Trim, Green Shorts, Green Socks with Black Trim. Merrow ("The Robins"): Merrow, Guildford, Surrey. Ground called The Urnfield, in Merrow, Guildford. (rented) Founded 1947. Home Kit: Red Shirts with White Sleeves, Red Shorts, Red Socks. Away Kit: Dark Blue Shirt, Dark Blue Shorts, Dark Blue/Light Blue striped socks. NPL : Teddington, Middlesex. Ground is NPL Sports Ground, Teddington (owned). Founded 1912. Home Kit: Yellow Shirts with Blue Trim, Blue Shorts, Blue Socks. Away Kit: Blue Shirts with Yellow Trim, Blue Shorts, Blue Socks. Ripley Village FC: Ripley, Surrey. Ground is The Green, Ripley (council). Founded 1889 . Home Kit: Red Shirts, Red Shorts, Red Socks. Away Kit: Dark Blue Shirts, Dark Blue Shorts, Dark Blue Socks. Royal Holloway Old Boys: Egham, Surrey. Ground is Royal Holloway College Sports Centre, Egham (rented). Founded 1994. Home Kit: Red and Black Shirt, Black Shorts, Black Socks. Away Kit: Green and Black Stripe shirt, Black Shorts, Black Socks. Spartans Youth. Brentford, London. Ground is Boston Manor Park, Brentford (council) Founded 2006. Home Kit: Lime Green and Black Stripes, Black Shorts, Black Socks. Away Kit: Pink and White Stripe Shirt, Pink Shorts, Pink Socks. Staines Lammas ("The Blue"): Staines, Surrey. Ground is Laleham Recreation Ground, Staines (council). Founded 1926. Home Kit: Blue Shirt with White Vertical Stripe, Blue Shorts, Blue Socks. Away Kit: Yellow Shirt with Black Vertical Stripe, Black Shorts, Black Socks. West End Village FC: West End, Woking, Surrey. Ground is West End Recreation Ground, Woking (council). Home Kit: Red and Black Stripes, Black Shorts, Black Socks. Westside: Thornton Heath, London. Ground is Mayfield Stadium, Croydon (which is AFC Croydon's stadium in step 9, so a groundshare). Founded 1996. Home Kit: Yellow Shirt, Blue Shorts, Blue Socks. Worcester Park ("The Skinners"): Worcester Park, London. Ground is Skinners Field, Worcester Park (owned). Found 1921. Home Kit: Blue and White Shirt, Blue Shorts, Blue Socks. Away Kit: Maroon and White Shirt, Maroon Shorts, Maroon Socks.
  15. Crispypaul Maritzburg United ABSA Premiership 2023/24 League - Table | Fixtures 1 | Fixtures 2 - started off incredibly well and didn't concede a goal until the 6th game! I thought we could even make it unbeaten however in the very last game where I rotated Orlando Pirates beat us 2-0. A fantastic first season as champions and we of course have the Champions League next season. MTN 8 - Fixtures - doesn't count towards the challenge so I didn't really care, however we did well and scraped pass Kaizer Chiefs in the final to lift my first South African trophy Telkom Knockout - Fixtures - another cup competition, this one for just ABSA Premiership sides, which we again narrowly won with an extra time win over Kaizer Chiefs. Nedbank Cup - Fixtures - the final, nationwide cup competition which despite never playing at home we lifted with a thumping 6-0 win over AmaZulu in the final. Finances - absolutely fine, I got a youth facilities upgrade in store too. Transfers - a lot of activity here - we were lacking in squad depth and I loaned out a lot of reserve players also. Matzea was a great free transfer after his strange release from Kaizer Chiefs and Zambian Mwape was a bargain signing for the thin central defence position. Key players - Lunga Duma - we didn't have great strikers so this £66k signing from Ubuntu Cape Town joined and became our top scorer. Thembinkosi Lorch - right winger signed on loan from Orlando Pirates for a fraction of his wage cost chipped in with plenty of assists Joseph Mwape - a bargain £4.7k from Zambian side Green Buffaloes for the key central defence position Siyanda Xulu - Mwape's central defence partner was as key as expected Luthando Mateza - I have no idea why Kaizer Chiefs released him but the attacking midfielder had a really productive season Grant Kekana - strong season from the right back Siphamandla Bhengu - homegrown central midfielder in his breakthrough season Future - I need to win the Champions League so won't be leaving until that happens. Cameroon Update 2023/24 AFCON Qualifiers - Fixtures | Table - two games played, one surprising draw away at Namibia but should still qualify 2026 World Cup Qualifying - Fixtures - but through to the third round African Nations Championship - Tree - this is the tournament for African teams only using domestic based players. The Cameroon league isn't that strong but stronger than others as we lifted the trophy for the first time. Domestic Season Team Division Position Notes 2019 Home United S-League 1st Cup, League Cup, AFC Cup winners, National B licence 2020 Deportes Santa Cruz Chilean Primera B 1st Promoted 2021 Deportes Santa Cruz Chilean Primera 3rd Cup Winners, Qualified for Copa Libertadores, Continental B 2022 Deportes Santa Cruz Chilean Primera 1st Cup Winners, Copa Libertadores Knockout, Continental A 2022/23 Pumas Mexican Premier Division 1st Apertura and Clasura Winners, CONCACFA CL winners, Continental Pro 2023/24 Maritzburg Utd South African Premier Division 1st MTN8, Telkom, Nedbank Cup Winners International Year Team Achievements 2023/24 Cameroon African Nations Championship winners, AFCON qualifying group stage Challenge Progress Club 4/10 top domestic leagues (Singapore, Home United, 2019; Chile, Deportes Santa Cruz, 2022; Mexico, Pumas, 2022/23; South Africa, Maritzburg Utd, 2023/24) 3/10 domestic cups (Singapore, Home United, 2019; Chile, Deportes Santa Cruz, 2021; South Africa, Maritzburg Utd, 2023/24) 1/5 club continental championships (CONCACAF, Pumas, 2022/23) 0/1 club world championship International 0/5 continental tournaments 0/2 world tournaments
  16. Hmm...turns out I got the league placing wrong and we're not in the Confederations Cup as 4th only applies if the cup winner finishes in the top 3 and they didn't...oh well at least the season will go a bit quicker In the meantime I have finally pulled my finger out and got a national team job - with Cameroon - first up are the 2026 World Cup qualifiers and we also have the 2025 Cup of Nations to qualify for too.
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