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  1. The Pride of the Pyrenees

    So close, I can't believe we went this close to be fair. Formation must really work, even against stronger teams. Meanwhile Lusitans play Celtic in the CL 3rd QR, which they'll probably lose, and Sant Julia are still in the Europa League where they play Rangers next. Hopefully Scotland is not our bogey nation this year, but it's looking likely.
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    2034 World Cup England take out the tournament with an extremely difficult set of matches. Uruguay did well to reach the final, whereas Germany, France and Italy disappointed, and Spain were nowhere to be seen! This was England's best player, the unfortunately named Kevin Douch. Originally from Fulham, he was bought from there by Man City, and then PSG made a monster offer of 144M to have him now.
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    A lot more comfortable than it looks. Oh dear.
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    Last time we went to Finland it ended well, hopefully history repeats itself.
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    2033/34 Season Review Fixtures 1 - Fixtures 2 Our lowest league finishing position for nearly 15 years, but it's not through poor performance. Sant Julia came into title contention due to the fact that all but one of their squad were Spanish, so obviously they were going to be strong. Unfortunately for them we prevented a league title by beating them on the last day, but I have no doubt they'll do it in the seasons to come. It certainly adds intrigue for me as now there are two teams that give me trouble rather than just the one, but what is also positive is that with all Andorran players we are still posing a challenge to the Portuguese/Brazilian in Lusitans and the Spanish in Sant Julia. Key Players Top scorer in the league again, and one of the oldest players we have the first team. Solid season, although not as good as last year. Good showing from Carvalinho's strike partner. Europe In the Champions League, PSG won their 5th Champions League title, defeating surprise package Sporting Lisbon 1-0 at Ajax's Amsterdam Arena. Defending champions Real Madrid suffered a shock exit to Monaco in the last 16, and runners up Barcelona also suffered a last 16 exit, to Bayern Munich. In the Europa League, Atletico Madrid beat another surprise package in Portugal's Vitoria Guimaraes in an exciting 5-3 win. Vitoria actually won the Portuguese league for the first time in their history this season too. Defending champions Celta Vigo finished 3rd in their Cgampions League group and were then knocked out in the last 16 of the Europa League on away goals to Saint Etienne, who as you know ended our chances of European qualification. Last years runners up Porto also finished 3rd in their CL group, but progressed to the EL semi finals losing to Vitoria. Lusitans beat Glentoran (NIR) 5-0 before losing to De Graafschap (NED) 6-1 in the EL 2nd QR. Sant Julia beat Ventspils (LTV) 2-1 before losing 4-0 to Vaduz (LIE) in the EL 2nd QR. Pas de la Casa lost 3-1 to Derry City in the EL 1st QR. Positive signs from these sides, beating decent teams and keeping the scoreline respectable when they lost.
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    I do use a 3-5-2, but with a CDM playing a half back role so in defence he drops into the defensive line to form a back 4.
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    Youth Intake Day We get 4 prospects worthy of signing, and a 5* potential who is already at a high CA for our team. I like the look of this guy, but I don't use fullbacks. He can play at CB, but he's a little short to be playing there. However he can play at LM and he has decent attributes for that position, but the future looks bright for him. Very quick, but that's about it. Decent starting attributes, but that personality will have to change.
  8. The Pride of the Pyrenees

    We did really, really well to keep it to 4-1, especially to score away!
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    Yeah Lusitans are unique in the fact that they get only Portuguese regens through their intake, whereas the other teams get Andorran players. As you know the Portuguese are vastly better than Andorra, so the quality of their regens is almost twice the rest at the beginning which is why we struggled for a bit. Then as the league rep increased they began to buy players from the lower leagues of Portugal and some other countries. From memory they have a Georgian, a few Italians and a couple Guineans as well as a few Brazilians, where Sant Julia now have bought a bunch of Spaniards which is why they're starting to challenge as well.
  10. The Pride of the Pyrenees

    Very respectable result I feel, as Basel are a European regular. We go into the Europa League playoff now: And out of the Europa League we go! There's also this: https://gyazo.com/b59848b6264187e453495e3f5213cff3 https://gyazo.com/b59848b6264187e453495e3f5213cff3 The capacity is nearly 3 times the size of our old one. More details as they come!
  11. The Pride of the Pyrenees

    Solid win, they were never really in it. We last played them 5 years ago, and lost 4-1. Hopefully we have enough about us to mount a serious challenge.
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    Off to Macedonia again.
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    2032/33 Season Review We prevent Lusitans from winning 5 in a row by only the slimmest of margins, but we are back in Champions League football! What's noteworthy about the season is that we didn't lose at all to Lusitans but lost 4 times to Sant Julia. Sant Julia became somewhat of a threat this season, bringing in a few Spaniards and upgrading their training facilities as well. Key Players Our prolific striker and our two wingers make the cut to be showcased this season. Carvalinho once again topped the league scoring charts, Barbosatops the assists and highest average rating despite not having spectacular attributes, and Matias appears again after backing up his solid season last year with a similar one this year. Europe The Champions League saw the second Barcelona/Real Madrid final in three years, and saw Madrid take it out 1-0 at the San Siro. Dinamo Zagreb made the last 16 in what could be considered a shock. In the Europa League, Celta Vigo shocked everyone by making it to the final and then beating Porto to take the title, despite never finishing higher than 5th in La Liga. Teams such as Freiburg and Koln were among the unusual teams to make the last 16. Lusitans beat Lincoln (GIB) 6-0 before losing 6-0 to Celtic (SCO) in the CL 3rd QR. They then proceeded to lose in the EL Playoff 5-0 to Vitoria Guimaraes (POR). Sant Julia lost 5-0 to Goteborg (SWE) in the EL 1st QR. Encamp lost 2-0 to Videoton (HUN) in the EL 1st QR.
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    Youth Intake Day Only three players worth signing here, two of which have great personalities. Decent stats here, keen to see how he develops. Needs to be tutored out of that personality. Not sure what to do with him, probably train at CM.
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    Relegated without much of a fight, and I'm getting pretty bored of managing the national team. So I'm done there for now, to focus more on Santa Coloma. When that's all sorted I'll come back to the team, but I think I'll only do that once we can get into the European Group Stages consistently.