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ReubenT99

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  1. August Review All I can say is.. WOW. I am very shocked at how well we've started as I really didn't expect us to be playing this well. The whole balance of the squad just seems to be perfect as everyone works as a unit and they stick to their positions and work hard, which is brilliant. As I started the season, I was quite disappointed with Kevin Osei as he was getting much lower ratings than everyone else, however he really turned it around after scoring a three against AFC Wimbledon after just twelve minutes, which was fantastic and since then has been piled in the goals. We beat Preston as well and drew in normal time with Burnley, teams that are two leagues above us which is very pleasing and shows how this squad has a lot of potential! Hopefully we can carry on next month with similar form and I'd like to just say that I won Manager Of The Month, Alex Gilliead won Player Of The Month and Bersant Celina and Josh Clarke came first and second in Young Player Of The Month respectively. I am very pleased with all the players, each have made a contribution and therefore all merit the reward of being top Anyway, we go into next month with everyone on brilliant morale and that is fantastic, we face Barnet, Dag & Red, York, Newport County and Leyton Orient in September so it's an easier month with three of the teams being placed in the bottom eight. An additional transfer screenshot has been added so you can see all the in's and out's!
  2. Thanks mate, reckon you lot will go up this year!
  3. Cheers mate, they wanted me to get a mid-table finish
  4. August Update I decided to start as my hometown club, Carlisle. I attend all Carlisle games so I thought it would be perfect to play as the club I love. After loading up the save and having a look at the squad, I was quite impressed with the way it looked and I was quite confident I could work with the squad. I let the assistant play my friendlies so I could just concentrate on making transfers and messing around with the roles to try get the perfect balance and I reckon it's worked as you can see from my results in a minute. Transfer wise I tried to limit the amount of money I spent so I brought in a few loanees, most to just add competition however Myles Weston, Joshua Webb and Josh Clarke were brought in as first team players. I also loaned out a few youngsters to Annan and Workington, hopefully they can come back better and eventually become first team players at the club. So next is the results and all I can say is.. WOW. I am very shocked at how well we've started as I really didn't expect us to be playing this well. The whole balance of the squad just seems to be perfect as everyone works as a unit and they stick to their positions and work hard, which is brilliant. As I started the season, I was quite disappointed with Kevin Osei as he was getting much lower ratings than everyone else, however he really turned it around after scoring a three against AFC Wimbledon after just twelve minutes, which was fantastic and since then has been piled in the goals. We beat Preston as well and drew in normal time with Burnley, teams that are two leagues above us which is very pleasing and shows how this squad has a lot of potential! Hopefully we can carry on next month with similar form and I'd like to just say that I won Manager Of The Month, Alex Gilliead won Player Of The Month and Bersant Celina and Josh Clarke came first and second in Young Player Of The Month respectively.
  5. Looks an interesting challenge, it would be amazing if you could pull it off!
  6. Love the layout of this, great start buddy!
  7. Good start! Can see you going up this season, I'll place my bet
  8. Welcome Hello! I recently joined the SI Forums after a friend told me about it and here I am writing a 'story' which I have often done in a few little groups on the Internet but nothing like this so I guess you can say it's something new for me. I was looking around for a save and then I thought to myself "Why not finally make a Carlisle save?" and as you can see by the title I did, this is because I support Carlisle and live in Carlisle, where my whole family has been born apart from me, I was born in Milan and lived there for two years before moving at three. I attend Carlisle games often, I have missed just two so far (counting home and away) both being away games, so I felt it would be perfect to start a save with the team I love and take us to the very top. Carlisle United - A History Carlisle have never really tasted success in their 111 year history having only won titles like what was the Football League 3rd Tier etc. and they have never been in the Premier League, even then it's been 30 years since they were last in the Championship having very much been a League One/Two club. Carlisle were relegated to League Two last season after being in League One for the last eight years even once finishing fourth. The club were nearly relegated last season too, finishing 20th and spending most of the season in the relegation zone until a few wins late on in the season pushed them up and out of the bottom two. The Cumbrian side are rivals with many Lancashire clubs such as Preston and Burnley but also with clubs like Newcastle, Middlesbrough, Sunderland and fellow League Two side, Hartlepool. The Key Men Jason Kennedy - Kennedy is an experienced head of the Carlisle squad having joined on a free from Bradford after a successful loan spell last season. He has played regularly in League One and Two and knows a lot about the league. Expect him to be a breaking up the play of the other team as he is a fantastic ball winning midfielder. Jabo Ibehre - Ibehre is a talented striker who is another experienced head at age 32. Spending his career in League One mostly, he is not a goalscorer, but very much a creative striker who will create brilliant opportunities for his strike partner. Although he has had poor spells at Barnsley and Oldham, he is expected to really preform in League Two for the Cumbrian side. Mark Gillespie - Gillespie is a 23 year old keeper who was brought up from the youth academy in 2008 and has been a rotational keeper only the last couple of season, playing 15 and 19 games in the last two seasons, however this year is the year that the Englishman is to step up and become the star of the show. With his great shot-stopping and reflexes, Carlisle know they have a talented man in between the posts.
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