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About robterrace

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    Nottingham Forest Researcher

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    Mentalist from Nottingham, but now live in Doncaster. Researcher for NFFC. Stats geek.

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    Twit - @rmt_1982 .XBL - P057code PSN - BB_P057code

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    Football, Photography, Rugby, Photography

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    Nottingham Forest FC

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  1. A few little updates since the end of my season, and the initial signings made to prepare for the Premier League. A few players have gone out, for some big profits. First to depart, to Germany and Schalke 04, was Benjamin Rollheiser. The 23 year old found it difficult to cope with the English game since arriving, and spent last season in France on loan at Troyes. Schalke got him for £8m, meaning we make a profit of £5m on him. Bruno Zuculini was the next to go. West Brom paying £4.5m for the 30 year old, meaning we made a profit of just over £4m on the holding midfielder. He wou
  2. So, I've moved away from the ChilledMoose faces, and am now using the Zealand ones.. I'd strengthened up front, and young centre back Michael Robson was returning from a season at Sunderland, and in the England youth setup, with great improvements being made in all areas for him. He would be in with a chance at being in the starting rotation alongside Rodrigo Caio. In front of the back 4, Zuculini was beginning to show signs of being left behind in terms of ability, and club captain, Ben Whiteman was probably heading the same way. Going through my scout reports, meant heading to
  3. Another signing, one I've been tracking for a couple of seasons. Technically good, and will run the channels. For £5.5m, he will be a decent signing.
  4. So. Middle of the night, and I'm bored watching a movie. Spent a few hours trying to get a few transfers done on FM as well. Areas that needed strengthening were both full backs, and up front. The striking option was taken care of first. Jayden Braaf would also return on loan for the season, providing versatility to play on both wings, as well as through the centre. 17 year old Turkish international, Ozgur Sahindere had agreed to join us 18 months ago, and would complete his move in the summer. He had developed really well at Trabzonspor. Backing up
  5. Thanks. I've just had 2 players called up for the England U20 World Cup squad. 17 year old centre backs, Ian Fitzgerald (who joined me from Cambridge in January), and Michael Robson (who has made 37 appearances whilst on loan at Sunderland) both going, after being a part of the U19 team that won the European Championships last Summer.
  6. Another squad building signing for the new season, as 19 year old Irish keeper, Daniel Rose joins, after a stint in Germany at Schalke. Also..
  7. First signing for the Premier League completed, and its to offer a little bit of depth in midfield.
  8. So, Reached the end of the season, and, I've managed an unbeaten one.. Top league scorer was Fiete Arp, with 28 goals in 38 games (he slowed down a bit once we secured promotion), shared with Joe Hugill, the young Manchester United striker, who was on loan at Hull. Arp also laid on 9 goals for team mates, with Jayden Braaf also giving 12 assists to go with his 17 goals. Rodrigo Caio and Ben Whiteman led the division in successful pass completions, with 96% of their passes finding a team mate. Caio also had his contract extended for 4 years, in order to aid his
  9. Promotion and League Championship sealed. In other news, Fiete Arp is a machine. 27 league goals in 31 appearances, and he'll score more
  10. This is the most amount of passes I've ever seen a player make in a match.
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