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  1. Daniel Wurstel - VFB (Very Foul Binge-drinkers) Stuttgart According to a recent news bulletin issued by the agency Die Latestisch Newsen, Mr Daniel Wurstel was forced to train the local Stuttgart team. It is reported that last Friday he was caught in a local Beer Fest by bystanders, engaging in indecent acts with a pig who he insisted to call Vanessa. After witnessing such a shameful moment, people called the Eins Zwei Polizei, that is the German police direct line for emergencies. Law enforcement forces brought Mr Wurstel to jail, until the judge issued his verdict: Mr Wurstel will be forced to carry out community service as the VFB Stuttgart manager. Due to his lack of football experience, Mr Wurstel will be helped in his job by his assistant managers, that in order to get him to know the basics of the beautiful sport, are showing him the entire dvd set of "Teletubbies play football". More news are expected soon.
  2. Good luck with your clan guys, I hope I can join you next year and it was great playing with you with last FM.. have a good time
  3. I like the new 3d improvemnts a lot, but I am still waiting to see the manager on the bench, giving to the managers different personalities, so you could see a manager shouting at his team all the time or another one sitting all the time even when he is winning against barcelona.. how long must we wait for this?
  4. I don't know if you can already do it in the game, but one option I've always wanted is to buy multiple players from a team in the same negotiation, so I could for example offer 2 of my players to buy 2 from another team
  5. Good wrap-up lordygeordie
  6. MCKEE AT MILLWALL - UPDATE TWO As it is almost certain that Mckee will be appointed as the new Millwall boss, we wanted to know this less-known manager better. This is why we flew to Palma de Mallorca where Mckee is spending the last part of his holiday before getting committed with his new job in England. We reached the beach resort where we found him busy with a limbo contest, and after completing his semi-final he sat with us to help us outline who the new Millwall manager is. So, let's start with a simple question? Why did you choose Millwall? Basically for money, but if I would meet some nice girl there wouldn't be bad at all, and I've always been curious about being a manager in Ireland. Well, Millwall is an English team. Oh really... but they still speak English there, don't they? What are your plans with the new team, how far do you think you can go with your new side? Well, today I've been busy lowering the bar in the limbo contest and hopefully I'll make it to the first prize that is a 10-litre naked-woman-shaped container of Pina Colada, but we'll play a different music at Millwall. We'll be busy with the team rasing the bar towards always new objectives. We plan winning Champions League in 8 years and after that we'll join the Asian federation to win their Champs League too. You haven't won that, Barcelona! Do you know any of the other managers you'll play against this season? Yes.. I once met Hans Stadem in Mexico City, during a chicken fight. We bet 80£ on El pollo gordo, but after that we won 5000£ he took all the money and run. YOU STILL OWE ME THOSE 2500£ HANS. WITH INTERESTS. I also met Donnelly in Mykonos once but I could barely understand him. I thought he was drunk, then I realised he was just Scottish...nice lad. Thank you for your time, it's time to leave you now and we'll meet again soon after your first matches with your new team Yeah, ok, byeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee! Danny Mckee reportedly didn't win the limbo contest and got into a row with the security of the competition. Not a good publicity for him, as the event was broadcast in 15 countries including Vanuatu, Guam, and St Vincent & Grenadins. Follow us on our website for further updates about Mckee.
  7. BREAKING NEWS Danny McKee will be appointed as new Millwall manager from monday. Rumours have been made in these weeks about this move from the Millwall board, but the news seems more than just speculation now. More to come in the following weeks.
  8. Inflation would make the game more realistic if this feature could be realistically implemented. Given that a static inflation rate through the years is unrealistic, and a randomically created dynamic inflation rate would be unrealistic too due to the fact that we can't really predict what events will happen in the global economy in 20 or 30 years, I say that this could be a nice feature, but it definitely has to stay out of the game because it can't be implemented properly.
  9. Good luck with the clan there, I will be reading about your progresses here and I hope that at some point I will have more chances to take part to your group
  10. I don't think paying for courses in the game to improve your coaching skills would add something to the game. You can buy all the courses you want in the game but being terrible at managing a team in real life or vice versa, so this qualifications would be pointless in my opinion. With regards to chairmans of better teams contracting you based on the courses you attend, there is already the reputation system in the game that as the reputation improves attracts better teams as you start having good results with your managing, so I think the game is fine as it is now.
  11. My partner never complains about FM, but it seems she doesn't care much about FM anyway.. she just sits next to me staring at the screen and I can't really understand by her look what it's passing thorugh her mind, but I love her this way. Yes, I love my inflatable doll.
  12. Dani Mendez - Season 5 - Villarreal After missing Europa League last season, Mendez will try again to end his season in a valuable position for Europe. This year will be even harder than before, coping with high-level competitors who will be hard to beat. With debt-ridden finances, Mendez had to be very careful to pick valuable players for the team with an eye on the balance. Selling some less useful players, and shrinking some wages, Mendez managed to reduce a little the club's exenses, but more can still be done. Now it's time to see the team in details. The Team
  13. 2013 - 2014 Clan's Manager Of The Year Tushant Sharma (Real Sociedad) If the first season's protagonist was Geeno Moss, and the third season saw Stonini's side lift the Champions' League cup, this can be certainly referred to as Sharma's season. After an ordinary frst half of the season, Real Sociedad became an unstoppable train where who tried to stop it could only fall below it. With an impresive winning streak, Sharma reached the 4th position when he was almost granted a passage to the CL group stage. This will be a season to remember for Sharma, preparing to walk along the twisted roads of CL. Former winners 2012 - 2013 Andrea Stonini (Sevilla) 2011 - 2012 Klodian Isallari (Deportivo La Coruña) 2010 - 2011 Andrea Stonini (Sevilla)
  14. I am 27, been playing for 9 years, and every year I say to myself that I will quit playing until I see the announcement of the new FM and start drooling reading about the new features..
  15. - - - El Clan del Domingo - Half-season round-up - Season 4 - - - Here we have reached the 1st half of the 4th season in our clan: some teams want to claim back their former status quo, while other teams want to let the world know what they can do once again. In La Liga Adelante a good season so far for our N-A duo where they have really good chances of joining the other members of the clan up top. Let's have a closer look at the league tables. La Liga The same refrain is sung over and over at the top of the table, where Real and Barça lead this season the league again while Atletico chases them. Three teams compete for the CL play-offs: Valencia is back again in the higher part of the table after years of anonimity, but Villarreal and Sevilla will play their part in this contest. Depending on who wins the Copa del Rey, Almeria and Real Sociedad still hope for a Europa League spot. After surviving in La Liga, Mallorca now only wait for their relegation while teams from Osasuna to Getafe will make their effort to stay one more season in Spanish top league. Moss's Atletico Madrid is keen on winning a title again after they couldn't fill their trophy's room last season. Eliminated from Champions' League, Moss still can win EL and he can still make the league title his own. Some places below we can find Mendez's Villarreal that despite an early elimination in Copa del Rey are still on the run for a European slot for next season. The first human manager to win something this season is Andrea Stonini that with his Sevillan side reached the top of the world in December and he can still win his 2nd CL. He hasn't got the same luck in Spain though, where he couldn't win a domestic competition yet. Just out of the EL qualification zone, Sharma's Real Sociedad will struggle to go back to Europe next season after their first experience last season. Tom Bloemberg recently joined the clan and his Gijon side is in the middle of the league table at the moment. The Dutch manager is waiting for next season to leave his mark on the team in order to reach higher places. La Liga Adelante Murcia has the right chance to get a direct promotion this season with a 12 points gap from the 2nd but as we go scroll down the league table nothing is still certain, where teams like Espanyol are only 3 points far from the play-off zone. It's been a tremendous season for Leganes, where they could only win 1 match and they are doomed to Segunda B. Former Cozzi's team Zaragoza are just above the relegation zone while recently relegated Rayo Vallecano seem to spiral down to the third tier of the Spanish league. After losing his train for La Liga with Zaragoza, it seems the right season for Jordan Cozzi to join the other members of the clan again. It's his second season at the helm of the recently taken over Murcia, and he's trying his best to give the team a better showcase. Confirming the good season for our N-A duo, Hans Stadem and his Elche side still can reach a direct promotion as a proof of his good work at the team. We hope to have the guys back in La Liga next season as the right reward for their efforts.