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    Loves everything to do with the game itself

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    Barrow-In-Furness

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    Barrow and Wigan Athletic

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  1. Sorry but I'm still very bad at hyperlinking things, I don't know which buttons which haha. Anyway, I'm taking over French club, Iris Club Croix!
  2. Well then! The fairytale has continued here at Morecambe and I just can't believe it! We have overachieved so much this season and I just hope it continues. The only negatives come in the Capital One Cup and the Johnstone's Paint Trophy, which we went out in in the first round. However, we went through to the 3rd round of the FA Cup rather convincingly, but ended up just coming short in a 4-2 loss to Nottingham Forest. I mentioned last update that the strikers would be key this year and this continues. Jack Redshaw has been amazing and has become a first man on the team sheet player for us and at the time of writing, he has bagged 15 goals this season. The defence has been rather poor and you can see that on the table below, so if we remain where we are and go up, we really do need to strengthen the defence for next campaign. But here are the results, table and one transfer we have made.
  3. Well then! The fairytale has continued here at Morecambe and I just can't believe it! We have overachieved so much this season and I just hope it continues. The only negatives come in the Capital One Cup and the Johnstone's Paint Trophy, which we went out in in the first round. However, we went through to the 3rd round of the FA Cup rather convincingly, but ended up just coming short in a 4-2 loss to Nottingham Forest. I mentioned last update that the strikers would be key this year and this continues. Jack Redshaw has been amazing and has become a first man on the team sheet player for us and at the time of writing, he has bagged 15 goals this season. The defence has been rather poor and you can see that on the table below, so if we remain where we are and go up, we really do need to strengthen the defence for next campaign. But here are the results, table and one transfer we have made.
  4. Hello guys! I've decided to takeover as Morecambe manager as they're a very interesting team and are fairly local to me! The club are predicted to be fighting to stay up, according to the media and we weren't expected to be doing much excited either. However, it's been the complete opposite so far! We have took the league by storm(I suppose) and have shocked some of the bigger teams in this league already. We have really settled into the formation and tactic we are using and I'm glad we're doing as well as we are, couldn't be happier really. As mentioned the results have been brilliant and the boys have really shocked me. We have lots of strikers here (Redshaw, Sampson, Amond, Mullin and loanee, Fewster) and they are all happy rotating, which is great because of them are great for League Two and can bang in goals, so they have really helped along the way for sure. Here are the results, table and transfer dealings!
  5. Nation: Top Nation (including Ukraine, Russia etc.) Division: Any. Media Prediction : Any. Board Expectations : Any. Transfer Budget : 7M+ for top division, 3M for second division, anything for lower Wage Budget: Any. Finances: Secure/Rich Other: Not used much on FM15 (so no Crewe, Liverpool etc.)
  6. Wiganlover11 - Barrow A.F.C. - Vanarama North - 2014/15 League : Champions! FA Cup : 4th Qual. round (lost 2-1 v Stalybridge) FA Trophy : 1st round (lost 2-0 v Boston) Top goalscorer : Jason Walker (29 in league, 32 all comps) Most assists : Johnny Gorman / Andy Haworth (13) Highest average rating : Andy Haworth (7.28) Fans Player of the Season : Jason Walker Really happy! Very proud of the way we played and we always deserved the promotion. Walker and Haworth played amazing this year, however a negative to take away is that Andy will be returning to Cheltenham, but if I can agree a deal he will be back at Holker Street! We notched a great points total of 76 and while doing this ensured we scored the most goals in the league and had a joint best defensive record as we conceded just 55 along with Harrogate Town. I'm looking forward to next season now, we look to have 150k to spend which is very healthy and will help us do well next year and along with a few players leaving, this will result to a few players coming in! Only three players will be released, those are Tony McMillan, Ted Cribley and Robbie Williams who aren't needed anymore. With that we progress into next season! Up the Bluebirds!
  7. Going to start a save with hometown club, Barrow. Never grasped LLM so hopefully I can this time around.
  8. I have just started up a save now! Good little team to play with!
  9. Full name: Associazione Sportiva Avellino 1912 Nickname(s): Lupi (Wolves), Biancoverdi (White-greens), Irpini (Irpinians) Founded: 1912 2009 (as Avellino Calcio.12) 2010 (as AS Avellino 1912) Ground: Stadio Partenio, Avellino, Italy Capacity: 26,308 The club was founded as U.S. Avellino during 1912 to give the town of Avellino a footballing representative. The early history of the club is quite obscure as they only competed at a lower level against regional sides. Avellino competed in IV Divisione from 1913 until after the Second World War; today's equivalent of that level is Serie D.For the earlier part of their history the club did not achieve anything of note, until being placed in Serie C for the 1945–46 post-War season. In the 1946–47 season they narrowly missed out on getting through to the interregional final, after finishing third in their group. Avellino beat out the likes of Catania, Reggina and Messina to win promotion to Serie B at the end of the 1940s. However, the club were accused of match fixing and the federation decided to strip them of their promotion, instead relegating them down to Serie D. Although they were able to return to Serie C after one season, Avellino were relegated back down to spend six seasons in a row at Serie D level. Eventually Avellino returned, but in the space of six seasons, Avellino gained promotion to Serie C in three of them and were relegated back down twice. Avellino were promoted to Serie B in 1973 and Serie A in 1978. A truly remarkable feat for a southern provincial side was a 10-year stay in Serie A between 1978 and 1988, with the club holding a mid-table place for the majority of that period. Their best finish was 8th in 1987, with a team starring Angelo Alessio, Paolo Benedetti, Franco Colomba and Dirceu. The club has tended to shift between Serie B and C1 in the years since. More recently, the club marked a Serie B return after defeating neighbours Napoli in the Serie C1/B play-off finals. An unsuccessful 2005–06 campaign ended in a loss on relegation playoffs to Albinoleffe (0–2, 3–2). The 2006–07 season, with Giuseppe Galderisi as head coach, then replaced by Giovanni Vavassori, ended in a second place in the Serie C1/B regular season; this was then followed by a successful campaign in the promotion playoffs, in which Avellino defeated Foggia in the finals, being therefore promoted to Serie B once again. However, this was followed by Vavassori's resignations on 16 July 2007, shortly after his confirmation as Avellino boss, being then replaced by Maurizio Sarri two days later. Sarri himself resigned one month later, being replaced by Guido Carboni and later Alessandro Calori. Despite this, the club did not manage to escape relegation, ending the season in 19th place. The club was however readmitted to Serie B later on to fill a league vacancy created by Messina's disbandment. The team finished second from bottom in the 2008–09 season and was therefore relegated. On 9 July 2009, the Covisoc (Commissione di Vigilanza sulle Società Calcistiche, Vigilancy Commission on Football Clubs) organization announced that the team did not pass the financial requirements in order to be admitted to the league. The club was allowed to appeal the decision until 11 July 2009. On 11 July, Avellino failed to appeal the exclusion. They then restarted in Serie D. The club are now in Serie B, after a strong comeback and now under new management with unknown Englishmen, Aaron Hazlett for the 2014/15 campaign. Hazlett has quoted "I look forward to the challenge of the club and pushing for a potential promotion to Serie A, it would be amazing for the club following what's happened in the past few years and I think the fans deserve a big reward for sticking with the club"
  10. No, just need to stay in Championship FFP, which should be fairly good. Yes, Premier League sides often come in for likes of Watson, McManaman etc.
  11. Started the Wigan thread - Hope I haven't messed up! :/
  12. You guys may post! Will update the rest of the thread by Saturday!
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