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Dominiho

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  1. Following on from our Everton 6 year challenge, that you can see by clicking here - Alvin14 and I have decided to embark on a create-a-club challenge. We're off to Italy this time and we are replacing Inter in Serie A. We're building our squads from scratch, we're keeping the reputations the same and stadium sizes, but giving creative freedom on backroom staff, whether to start from scratch or keep what you have, club and player relationships etc etc. The winner of this challenge will get a £20 voucher of their choice. Spread across six seasons again, our points system th
  2. Dominiho's Season six review A galatico (A Toffeeo?) arrived at the club, but we the team fell flat on their promise of a title and instead Europa League qualification was the only 'achievement'. Not many points to add, but I was far and away winning this anyways, so not to disappointed and looking forward to a Bodeans this summer now . So following a successful season of a Europa League win, my final tilt at the title was next and we started strongly. My two major signings were Neymar on a free and Jamal Muisala and also signed a regen from Barca B on a free, who proved to be
  3. Name on the trophy! Dominiho's Season five review A trophy at Goodison Park! A great season for the Toffees ended with a victory in the Europa League! Having missed out on the Champions League, Everton flew back this season and secured top four with five games remaining (meaning the four lost in a row, didn't cost us UCL!), but also securing their first piece of silverware since Paul Rideout scored at Wembley against my beloved United in 1995! Some shrewd transfers and a change of system all helped propel the team to glory. The season can be looked at with sheer
  4. Dominiho's Season four review Progress made? Maybe a transition season? A muddle of a season. A season with mixed results, but a excellent finish brought us to the cusp of Champions league football for a third successive season, alas it was not enough. A drop off from the previous two seasons saw Everton stumble through the league season, languishing around 8th for the majority. We made the Carabao Cup semi-finals only to be beaten on pens by Fulham. A Merseyside derby for the FA Cup final results in yet another Liverpool win, whilst a last-16 loss to Napoli, saw us achieve the
  5. Ha that's class. Glad we could inspire someone to give it a go... and you're already doing better than old Alvin14 and after only one season haha. My season accolades screenshots below I haven't played for a few days so will be back navigating season four tonight!
  6. So another season down and just to start I realised you get 20 points for Manager of the Month not 10 - so my score going into this season should have been 120. Dominiho's Season three review Trust in the process... still no silverware, but progress made. Another good season for the Toffees, with plenty of progress made, February again proving to be the sticking point, but a third place finish, mere points away from a title, and strong UCL run. Started with a bang and DCL absolutely smashing the the goals in. He had seven goals from the first two league games! I don't think
  7. Having had the game now for just over a month and playing a few different saves, I must say the balance of goals scored the exact minute after another seems largely unrealistic. Looking through a majority of my games, most goals occur in the space of 4-5 minutes in a match and then that is it. A lot of the time you don't see it happen, it just appears in the score line. Most notably was a game against Newcastle I played earlier this week, 83rd minute in the game, all of a sudden Wilson's name appears twice, having scored twice, and no mention of it in the game commentary. I know they say
  8. Dominiho's season two review So going into Season two on 10 points, the need to progress was evident. Firstly a few summer signings to help sure up my defence and a new CM to replace Aaron Ramsey who I had on loan. I brought in Milenkovic from Fiorentina, Guido Pizarro from Tigres and, as a back-up to Buendia, Marcus Edwards from Vit Guimaraes. My loan signings included a Ross Barkley return. I also made sure to 'buy for the future' so deals were made for both Ajax's Antony and AZ Alkmaar's Myron Boadu and as part of the deal I loaned them back to their respective clubs for the seas
  9. So on that bombshell Points as they stand Dominiho 10 points Alvin14 -200 points
  10. My season 1 review Unlike my rival Aaron, I did survive the season, and took Everton into the Euro Cup. We mounted a title challenge briefly, following a nine-game winning streak, including a 6-2 thumping of City, but inconsistency crept in from February. Transfer business done in January included signing Edouard from Celtic, and Guido Pizzaro who is due to join on a free in the summer. Disappointed with my cup performances, so something to build on for next season. DCL smashed the scoring charts getting 31 in the Premier League meaning he finished as top scorer gaining me +10 point
  11. Enjoying this challenge so far. Just entered December and currently sitting 4th on a five-game winning run and DCL is top goalscorer. Managed to sell off some off the players I didn't want (Besic, Siguardsson and King) and brought in Buendia, Ramsey (loan) and Dack (loan). Missed out on Silas Wamangituka due to fund issues, but going to go back in for him in January, as in desperate need of a back up. Shame I can't recall Moise Kean, but we roll on. 4-2-3-1 worked well for me so far, using the gegenpress. Early crosses into the box have proved fruitful, DCL loving life at the momen
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