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Fer Fuchs Ake

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Fer Fuchs Ake last won the day on July 10 2018

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About Fer Fuchs Ake

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    Football Manager, fantasy football, reading

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  1. What a story this has been. Definitely one of my favourite threads to read on FMCU over the past nearly two years and well deserving of its Best Story award. Good luck on the next one.
  2. Well they deserved their loss for not playing the ween.
  3. So I haven't really been feeling like playing FM for a while now. I don't think it's anything to do with this version, it's just that it's been the only game I played for a couple of years now and I need a break for a few weeks/months. In the meantime, I'll f*** around on other games . I'll probably still come to FMCU during that time though and I'll try to read and comment on threads. My thread is suffering the consequences of my apathy towards FM at the moment so I think I'm gonna end it here. Even when I do come back, I don't really see myself updating this. Anyway, thanks for reading and f
  4. August Update: Long month I had planned on posting this a lot earlier but it's been a hectic week. It was a pretty tough one too, we got destroyed by injuries. Maguire, Barkhuizen, Robinson were just some of those out for a few weeks at a time. We started off with a great win away to Derby before effectively undoing that with a disappointing home lose to Reading. Our second XI scraped through against Leyton Orient in the Carabao Cup before knocking Forest Green out in the next round. The draw against Leeds was certainly a result I'll take as they're a better
  5. A pretty good preseason, Ajax result aside. Even that wasn't too bad as it was a narrow loss against a much better club. The last two games were just morale boosters but back-to-back 5-0 victories are always welcome. Hopefully we can carry this into the new season.
  6. Transfer Window Despite the budget restraints, we've done some pretty good business and strengthened where we needed to. Cuco Martina: He's a very solid option for the championship who can play anywhere across the back line. Great for squad with and he'll probably rotate in and out of the squad. He's fairly well-rounded which should hopefully stand to him when he plays for us. Korey Smith: We needed some depth for the BWM position and this guy is a great option to have. He's very versatile and is capable of playing as the playmaker for us or even as a rig
  7. 2nd July 2019 It was Tony's first day on the job and he'd just been given the full tour of the stadium. They were now in Tony's new office. “Well Tony, welcome to Preston!” said Preston's chairman, David Sharpe. David was a tall, thin, black man, somewhere in his late fifties. He wore a smart-looking suit along with a light blue tie. Tony, wearing am all black tracksuit get-up was feeling a little shabby in comparison. “Cheers David. Good to be here. I'm really looking forward to this,” Tony responded. “Yeah, I bet you are. This is a great club. Certainly a step up from
  8. The ol' financial situation isn't looking too good but I knew that going in. We'll have to rely on loans and even then we'll be hoping for ones where we barely have to pay wages/monthly fee. At least the scouting budget is healthy.
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