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oriole01

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oriole01 last won the day on June 11 2019

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About oriole01

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    19 years old. American. Not good at Football Manager.

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    Wolves and Maribor

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    Ajax Cape Town

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  1. Are you going to document this on FMCU? I really like this idea!!
  2. With the release of FM21 I've decided to put a bow on this save, at least in documented form. It was a very enjoyable ride for me, as it was by far my most successful managerial spell across any FM I've played. I hope to return to South Africa in a future game, even if Ajax Cape Town won't be playing under that name anymore. Either the newly-renamed Cape Town Spurs or the two Thohoyandou clubs (Black Leopards and Tshakhuma) would be my target, and I'd recommend each as a worthwhile save to anyone interested in playing here. Thank you to anyone who read, especially @Crazy_Ivan , whose SA n
  3. Ajax Cape Town 2020/21 Results and Review First Period During the First Period, we advanced to the Group Stage of the CAF Champions League with wins over Senegalese champions ASC Diaraf and Bissau-Guinean champions Os Balantas, lost the CAF Super Cup to three-time defending CL winners ES Tunis in a close game, were eliminated from the MTN 8 at the semi final stage after a second-leg collapse against Orlando Pirates, and made a mixed start to Premiership play, with highlights being another win over Mamelodi Sundowns, a 4-0 smacking of AmaZulu, and a wild 5-3 win over Cape Umoya Unite
  4. Just sent my votes in. How are we looking with the amount of votes so far?
  5. Well done on finishing the save, I really enjoyed reading all of your threads this year. Good luck on FM21!
  6. Good effort against Olimpija! Also sad to see what happened to Vrsic. As he's a former Maribor guy I feel especially bad that he might retire due to injury. I hope he can pull through.
  7. Yep, I saw it on Twitter. It's definitely a shame because the Ajax connection is the only reason I've gone to Cape Town on this save, but they'll always be Ajax CT in my mind and on this thread of course. Would have loved to come back here in future FMs, but I don't think "Cape Town Stars" has the same effect on me.
  8. Ajax Cape Town 2020/21 Pre-Season Transfers Out Total: $1.6 million We’d known since last season that Raymond Monama and Sedwyn George would be departing for Kaizer Chiefs on a free. Though I don’t think there was a better way for them to leave than by winning three trophies in their final season. Also, Boiki Modisakeng’s loan from AmaZulu was not renewed, as I found a better option at right back. The big transfer news came from Portugal, as Porto decided to go in for our two young stars Kiyaam Bull and Riyaaz Koopstadt, who I knew we probably wouldn’t be able to keep
  9. 2019/20 African Review Richards Bay took a big step up this season, going from 7th place to champions. I look forward to seeing them in the Premiership next season, where they haven’t been since 2009, when they were known as Thanda Royal Zulu. Chippa United came back up at the first opportunity after finishing 2nd in the league and winning the playoff over Polokwane City and 3rd-placed Ubuntu Cape Town, who I would have preferred to see next season instead. Stellenbosch made a massive improvement this season and nearly made the playoffs, while Jomo Cosmos turned near relegation
  10. Ajax Cape Town 2019/20 Season Review This was another season beyond our wildest dreams, as we jumped from promotion straight to the Premiership title and captured both the Telkom Knockout and our first-ever continental title. We are continuing to march rapidly towards our final goal in South Africa, which is to win the CAF Champions League. We’ll already have our first shot next season, and based on our play in the Confederation Cup this season, I’d say the list of African teams who can beat us is pretty small. It might have been nice to retain the Nedbank Cup, but something had to g
  11. Sounds about right. Think you'll be returning to emcee duties this time round? You've been missed!
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