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  1. Greenock Morton F.C. (from wiki) Greenock Morton Football Club is a Scottish professional football club, which will play in the Scottish Championship in 2017–18. The club was founded as Morton Football Club in 1874, making it one of the oldest senior Scottish clubs. Morton was renamed Greenock Morton in 1994 to celebrate the links with its home town of Greenock. Morton won the Scottish Cup in 1922, and achieved its highest league finish in 1916–17, as runners-up to champions Celtic. Morton holds the record for the most promotions to and relegations from the top flight (10 promotions and 10 relegations), but has not competed in the top flight of the Scottish football league system since 1988. In 2014–15, Morton won its tenth league title in all divisions by winning the Scottish League One championship on the final day. During the Second World War 'guest' players were common at clubs throughout Great Britain. Morton was particularly fortunate in this respect in that two of English football's greatest ever players turned out at Cappielow. Sir Stanley Matthews[8] and Tommy Lawton[9] made several guest appearances for Morton. When Morton reached the 1948 Scottish Cup Final both players sent telegrams wishing good luck to their former club. Matthews simply said 'I am delighted to see Morton reach the final of the Scottish Cup'.[citation needed] Lawton's was more expressive, he said 'Memories of happy days during the war at Cappielow compel me to wish the Morton manager & the boys all the best of luck in their cup final at Hampden Decent stadium... The current capacity is 11,589
  2. if no other clubs are interested, then try to see if he is willing to join on trial, in previous version of the game that has sometimes lowered the players wage demands
  3. you do play rather attacking, the route down the middle is wide open, the area that the two central defenders have to cover is huge
  4. You most likely won't be able to sell Evra in the first window as he was a summer signing, if you want him of your book, you might be lucky that someone will take him on loan (perhaps even pay his wages)
  5. could someone please post SS of Robert Skov and Sammy Skytte from Silkeborg IF
  6. his teammate Mathias Jensen, how do he look? should be just as promising
  7. you start out with a £6m transfer budget?
  8. what happens, if you go on holliday for just one day, "fixed" the problem in earlier FM's when the game was stuck at a date
  9. if that is the one that Føniks have to 5000 Danish kr, it is really close to £600 - Long gone are they days where the pound was 10 dkr on the up side, it makes it cheaper buying of English webshops
  10. Beckham was not any where close to being an old school winger. An old school winger was/is faster and would have white boots as he would be running up and down the touch line all of the time, going to the byline to cross the ball -not Beckhams game
  11. Guess that it is down to them buying a fair bit of new first team players each season, so there is no room for them to play youth players and when they reach 23-24 they becomes unhappy with no playing time and starts demanding transfers, actually I think that the youth players if good enough should start demanding regular football far earlier than 23-24, like Fruchtl of Bayern Munich 3-4 years into the game he is one of the best keepers in the game, but is happy to sit on the bench and get next to no playing time Regarding Lopez, put him out on loan in the first season to Montpellier to gain first team football, and he has just taken huge steps forwards each season season 2 - 38 games, 11 goals, 10 assists, 7.36 avr season 3 - 39 games, 10 goals, 14 assists, 7.28 avr season 4 - 41 games, 12 goals, 16 assists, 7.40 avr season 5 - 23 games, 16 goals, 12 assists, 7.83 avr (still in February) 17 caps for France so far
  12. nobody can say what players that are interested in signing for you as back up 6 years into the game and it depends what you demand from a back up keeper if you want him to be at the same lvl as your nr 1 keeper, you just give him a first team status and play him as you like, when he becomes unhappy you try and deal with it or transferlist him and take what ever hit you get on the transfer front if you can accept that he doesn't have to be as good as your nr 1 keeper, then go through the free transfers and offer one of them a one year deal, if he becomes unhappy then you say that you will let him go at the end of the season or you could go youth and bring in a young keeper before he becomes really expensive, and groom him to first be backup for Rajkovic and then perhaps replaces him in the future
  13. Season 4 rundown So going into the season as defending champions with both league to defend, and CL to take part of Criteria once again; Win the league, give the cup games + CL to the reserves to gain playing time to develop them Transfer history (only senior/major players) - Newgen players marked with * Ins (Summer): Giovani Lo Celso (QSG £1.4m) - Niklas Süle (Bayern £9m) - Romelu Lukaku (Everton Free) - Issa Diop (Toulouse £13.75) - Alban Lafont (Toulouse £9.5m) - Petkovic* (Dinamo £8m) Ins (Winter): Tiemoue Bakayoko (Monaco £6.75m) - Malang Sarr (Nice £36.5m) Out: Kind of balanced the books by selling players for £93m and "only buying for £107m, won't go through the sales, bud did sell on Süle in the winter as there were no room after Sarr joined. Competitions: Ligue 1 - Ended up winning it with 8 points down to QSG, 17 points down to Monaco and Lyon and shared 3/4 place Trophee des Champions - 3-0 win against Monaco League Cup - Lost the final on penalties after drawing 4-4 with QSG French Cup - Lost semi final against QSG 3-1 Champions League - Group against Barca, Inter and Dinamo. The reserves went through the group stage undefeated, only drewing once against - S04 was sent out in the first know out stage - Juventus in the Qtr finals, after loosing 4-1, the reserves won the second leg 4-1 and and scored in the extra time - The reserves once more showed their worth by trashing Atl Madrid 7-3 at home, before loosing 2-0 in Madrid - Meaning that we faced Bayern Munich in the final in Amsterdam - A big thank you to the reserves and the first team finished the CL campaign off with 6 French players in the starting lineup End of the season strongest lineup Lafont Sarr-----Diop Dalot--------------------------Owuso* Duncan-----Coquelin Lopez--------Lo Celso Vietto----Abdel Fadil* Reserves Rajkovic Wilbroe*-----Luan Karavaev------------------------Telles Zucullini-----Bakayoko Sanson------Thauvin Dembele-----Lukaku Absolutely love that QSG let Lo Celso leave and especially at the low price of £1.4m Looking forward to the next now close to formerly QSG players joins in the summer, he will cost a bit more but still I think that the £13m will be money well spend - will need to remove the get forward at all times, but hopefully it will be done
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