mark wilson27

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About mark wilson27

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    Keen writer on the FMS Stories side of the forum.

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    FMSer of the Year 2011/12/15 & Writer of the Year 2011/12

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    Football, Formula 1, Sports in general

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    Manchester United, England and FMS Rejects

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  1. Week 7: Friday 30th September 2016 Everton V Crystal Palace 20:00 Saturday 1st October 2016 Swansea V Liverpool 12:30 Hull V Chelsea 15:00 Sunderland V West Brom 15:00 Watford V Bournemouth 15:00 West Ham V Middlesbrough 15:00 Sunday 2nd October 2016 Man Utd V Stoke 12:00 Leicester V Southampton 14:15 Tottenham V Man City 14:15 Burnley V Arsenal 16:30
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  3. Sorry I'm not sure then mate.....Maybe a more technical person will be bale to help. I only found that way by googling it Anyway sorry I couldn't help more
  4. I had the same problem I went onto steam. Went onto Library Right click on FM16 and click on properties Go to Local Files then click on verify Integrity of Game Cache From then on it runs a scan and sorts it out. Well that's what I did and the game is now running smooth
  5. Its now 12 days till the deadline, Only 7 people have voted so far. Looking through the awards their are 10 forum members that have a chance to win but due to not voting will not.
  6. Lawro's Predictions: Week 6: Sat 24 Sep 2016 Man Utd 2-1 Leicester 12:30 Bournemouth 1-1 Everton 15:00 Liverpool 3-0 Hull 15:00 Middlesbrough 0-2 Tottenham 15:00 Stoke 1-1 West Brom 15:00 Sunderland 2-1 Crystal Palace 15:00 Swansea 0-2 Man City 15:00 Arsenal 1-1 Chelsea 17:30 Sun 25 Sep 2016 West Ham 2-1 Southampton 16:00 Mon 26 Sep 2016 Burnley 2-1 Watford 20:00
  7. Blue Square Bet North: December: | Pos | Inf | Team | | Pld | Won | Drn | Lst | For | Ag | G.D. | Pts | | -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------| | 1st | | FMS Rejects | | 24 | 22 | 1 | 1 | 61 | 9 | +52 | 67 | | -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------| | 2nd | | Histon | | 24 | 12 | 8 | 4 | 38 | 26 | +12 | 44 | | -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------| | 3rd | | Bishop's Stortford | | 24 | 13 | 4 | 7 | 37 | 26 | +11 | 43 | | -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------| | 4th | | Bradford PA | | 23 | 13 | 3 | 7 | 35 | 24 | +11 | 42 | | -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------| | 5th | | Vauxhall | | 24 | 12 | 5 | 7 | 37 | 30 | +7 | 41 | | -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------| | 6th | | FC Halifax | | 24 | 10 | 10 | 4 | 35 | 28 | +7 | 40 | | -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------| | 7th | | Stalybridge | | 24 | 11 | 4 | 9 | 45 | 40 | +5 | 37 | | -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------| | 8th | | Harrogate | | 24 | 10 | 7 | 7 | 40 | 36 | +4 | 37 | | -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------| | 9th | | Droylsden | | 24 | 10 | 5 | 9 | 42 | 43 | -1 | 35 | | -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------| | 10th | | Worcester | | 24 | 10 | 4 | 10 | 46 | 38 | +8 | 34 | | -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------| | 11th | | Brackley | | 24 | 8 | 9 | 7 | 35 | 36 | -1 | 33 | | -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------| | 12th | | Gloucester | | 24 | 7 | 9 | 8 | 33 | 40 | -7 | 30 | | -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------| | 13th | | Guiseley | | 24 | 8 | 4 | 12 | 37 | 43 | -6 | 28 | | -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------| | 14th | | Solihull Moors | | 24 | 7 | 7 | 10 | 36 | 44 | -8 | 28 | | -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------| | 15th | | Altrincham | | 24 | 6 | 9 | 9 | 32 | 33 | -1 | 27 | | -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------| | 16th | | Workington | | 24 | 6 | 8 | 10 | 30 | 38 | -8 | 26 | | -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------| | 17th | | Boston Utd | | 24 | 6 | 7 | 11 | 30 | 34 | -4 | 25 | | -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------| | 18th | | Corby | | 24 | 6 | 6 | 12 | 24 | 39 | -15 | 24 | | -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------| | 19th | | Chester | | 24 | 5 | 6 | 13 | 23 | 40 | -17 | 21 | | -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------| | 20th | | Colwyn Bay | | 24 | 5 | 5 | 14 | 28 | 47 | -19 | 20 | | -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------| | 21st | | Gainsborough | | 23 | 4 | 7 | 12 | 21 | 34 | -13 | 19 | | -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------| | 22nd | | Oxford City | | 24 | 3 | 10 | 11 | 21 | 38 | -17 | 19 | | -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
  8. March 2015: Part One Northern Ireland: (mark wilson27) N.Ireland put in a great performance against Hungary in the Euro Qualifier and five minutes into the game S.Ferguson gave mark wilson27's side the lead with a thunderous header. On the 14th minute it was two nil with K.Lafferty running from the halfway line to slot in under the keeper. It was getting too easy for N.Ireland and with five minutes remaining in the half K.Lafferty ran onto a through-ball to dink the ball over the onrushing keeper. The second half was all N.Ireland again and just after the hour mark K.Lafferty completed his hat-trick with a well struck effort from the corner of the area. Hungary just didn't seem to know what to do and on the 79th minute S.Davis curled a free-kick in from 25 yards after a foul. However on the 89th minuter Hungary pulled a goal back with N.Nikolic slotting in after counter attacking N.Ireland. N.Ireland now faced an away friendly with Canada and got off to a great start with C.Brunt curling in from outside the area on the 7th minute. Eight minutes later B.McKay made it two nil with a powerful strike which gave the keeper little chance of saving. The Irish side carried on the pressure but failed to add to their tally. The second half was ten minutes old when D.Haber pulled a goal back for Canada after some poor defending. On the 63rd minute Canada levelled as F.Alrd showed some skill to beat his marker and waste in firing under the keeper. Canada were starting to run riot and on the 83rd minute S.Pandher rounded the Irish keeper to slot into the empty net. N.Ireland were getting battered and on the stroke of full time F.Alrd grabbed his second of the game to give Canada a 4-2 win. Bulgaria: (Gavrenwick) A real dire game for the fans with Gavrenwick's Bulgaria and salkster2102's Norway playing out a 0-0 draw. The only thing of note was the number of fouls committed from the Bulgarians with their players picking up six yellow cards through out the game. Another poor performance by Gavrenwick's Bulgarian side saw them drawing 0-0 against FYR Macedonia in front of his home crowd. His side never managed to get more than a couple passes strung together and the home crowd displayed their frustration with a chorus of boo's at the final whistle. Republic of Ireland : (BenArsenal) Ireland struggled to get going against Georgia in the qualifiers and failed to make any sort of impression in the first half, The second half wasn't much better with Georgia keeping the ball better in the middle of the park, however on the 89th minute Ireland managed to grab the winner as J.McCarthy curled in from the edge of the area to secure a undeserved three points for BenArsenal's side. Poland: (tenthreeleader) Poland struggled to get going against Scotland in the Euro qualifier and on the 23rd minute D.Fletcher gave the home side the lead with a rasping which gave the Polish keeper no chance of saving. Just before the break it didn't get any better as S.Armstrong rose above the defence and headed in from close range. The second half was a lot better for Poland and tenthreeleader's team talk seemed to get the players going and on the 65th minute R.Lewandowski fired in. Poland kept on piling forward but all their pressure they couldn't get past the Scottish keeper. Czech Republic: (EvilDave) A thrilling game between EvilDave's Czech Republic and sherm's Turkey. The first goal was scored by Turkey who took the lead on the 3rd minute as H.Calhanoglu ran into the area unmarked and headed a great cross past the keeper. Turkey then double their lead on the half hour with A.Turan beating the offside trap to fire in under the keeper. With two minutes remaining in the half Turkey added a third goal with H.Calhanoglu heading in another goal to make it three nil at the break. The second half though was all Czech Republic as they piled forward and ten minutes into the half J.Chramosta slotted in from close range after some poor Turkish defending. Czech Republic were controlling the half with real ease and on the 78th minute they grabbed another goal with M.Kadlec heading in a corner after the keeper flapped at the ball. Turkey were being battered but luckily for them they held on and secured the three points Norway: (salkster2102) A real dire game for the fans with salkster2102's Norway and Gavrenwick's Bulgaria playing out a 0-0 draw. The only thing of note was the number of fouls committed from the Bulgarians with their players picking up six yellow cards through out the game. salkster2102's side now faced a friendly match against Moldova and pretty much dominated. On the 23rd minute they opened the scoring with a rasping effort from H.Nordtvelt which gave the keeper no chance of saving. However a lapse in concentration saw G.Ovseannicov firing in from close range to give Moldova the equaliser. The second half was all Norway but it took till the 76th minute for the winner to be scored as F.Gulbrandsen to slide the ball in from six yards. Austria: (CFuller) CFuller's Austria just never turned up for their game against Liechtenstein. However luckily for CFuller's side Liechtenstein didn't possess the front power to break through the Austrian defence. If his side performs like this against a bigger side they will get thrashed. Austria now faced a friendly against Faroe Islands and again didn't put in a performance you would expect. They struggled to break down the opposition defence. Just after the break though Austria finally made the breakthrough as J.Beumgartlinger hit a curling effort past the keeper. However instead of piling forward in the search of more the Austrians sat back and never threatened again. Not a great month for CFuller's Austrian side. Turkey: (sherm) A thrilling game between sherm's Turkey and EvilDave's Czech Republic. The first goal was scored by Turkey who took the lead on the 3rd minute as H.Calhanoglu ran into the area unmarked and headed a great cross past the keeper. Turkey then double their lead on the half hour with A.Turan beating the offside trap to fire in under the keeper. With two minutes remaining in the half Turkey added a third goal with H.Calhanoglu heading in another goal to make it three nil at the break. The second half though was all Czech Republic as they piled forward and ten minutes into the half J.Chramosta slotted in from close range after some poor Turkish defending. Czech Republic were controlling the half with real ease and on the 78th minute they grabbed another goal with M.Kadlec heading in a corner after the keeper flapped at the ball. Turkey were being battered but luckily for them they held on and secured the three points. Turkey now faced a friendly against France. The game in truth was a dire affair with little in the way of action however on the stroke of half time the only goal was scored as H.Ben Arfa headed in for France to give them the victory
  9. October 11th: Luxembourg v Wales (Stade Josy Barthel, Luxembourg) Grp 2 Wales didn't get off to the best of starts as Luxembourg took the lead within a minute as J.Janisch ran through the defence with ease and fired under K.Darlow. However Wales responded well and started to dominate the play. On the 19th minute Wales came close to levelling the scores with a curling effort from H.Robson-Kanu but the keeper saved well to deny him. With eleven minutes remaining in the half Wales finally levelled the scores as A.Ramsay hit a low shot past the keeper and into the back of the net. The second half was four minutes old when Wales took the lead as S.Vokes ran through the defence and fired under the Luxembourg keeper. It was becoming the Wales show and on the hour Wales thought they had added another goal but S.Vokes effort was adjudged to have been offside. With eight minutes remaining in the game Wales added the final goal with J.Allen jinking through the defence with real ease and wasted no time in firing past the keeper Luxembourg 1-3 Wales J.Janisch 1 / A.Ramsay 34, S.Vokes 49, J.Allen 82 K.Darlow, A.Matthews, J.Chester, A.Williams (capt), B.Davies, E.Huws, A.Ramsay, J.Allen, H.Wilson, H.Robson-Kanu (G.Williams), S.Vokes Booked: J.Chester, J.Allen, A.Williams
  10. January 7th: Barnet (A) FA Cup 3rd Rd Barnet defended brilliantly for the first half as we struggled to get through their back line. We managed only the one effort on goal in the first forty five minutes as A.Januzaj rattled the crossbar from a free-kick. The second half was ten minutes old when we opened the scoring as W.Rooney ran through the defence onto a W.Hughes through-ball and fired under the keeper. On the 64th minute it was two nil as H.Kane headed in from close range after the defence failed to deal with a Y.Nagatomo cross. Two minutes later it was three goals to the good with W.Rooney grabbing his second of the game with a low shot which gave the Barnet keeper no chance of saving. After the mad few minutes Barnet shut up shop again and made it hard work for my players to get even close to the goal and we failed to add to the tally Barnet 0-3 Man.Utd W.Rooney 55, 66, H.Kane 64 D.De Gea, K.Gibbs (K.Walker), C.Smalling, M.Rojo, L.Shaw (D.Criscito), A.Januzaj, W.Hughes, B.Schweinsteiger (Y.Nagatomo), J.Grealish, H.Kane, W.Rooney (capt) January 9th: The draw for the FA Cup 4th Rd sees us facing another away tie against Sky Bet Championship side Birmingham
  11. December 29th: Altrincham (A) (24/42) We had the better of the first half with some excellent play and on the 27th minute Chesterfan came close to opening the scores with a long range effort which the keeper just managed to tip over the crossbar. Ten minutes later Terk went close as he ran onto a Mark Wilson through-ball but his final effort saw the ball go wide of the post. The second half was much the same with us dominating and on the 62nd minute Copperhorse grabbed the opener with a thunderous header from a Gavrenwick corner. Four minutes later it was two nil as Edtheguy headed in from flicked header by Copperhorse. We were controlling the half with real ease but in the end we just couldn't grab another goal. We should have really scored five or six goals Altrincham 0-2 FMS Rejects Copperhorse 62, Edtheguy 66 Mr Demus, Edtheguy, EvilDave, Celtic_1967, Copperhorse, Salkster (Tenthreeleader), Gavrenwick (capt), Mark Wilson, Manxie_Ash, Terk (BenArsenal), Chesterfan Booked: Edtheguy, Copperhorse More International news sees Panpardus playing 74 minutes for Brazil U20's in their 0-0 draw with Ecuador
  12. Cheers Bagpuss for the PM will add your player into the game
  13. Only 16 days left to vote guys. There still a lot of you that have been nominated for an award but will not get the chance the win without voting.
  14. Guys I've hit the point in my FMS Rejects story that I am needing new players to build up the squad. So if anyone is interested just PM me Name: Position: Nationality: (Remember its on FM13) Cheers in advance
  15. Just to let you guys know from Week 7 the Christmas Cup will begin. It will start with two groups of six as it seems clarkehwbu has stopped predicting. The Group stage will run to Week 12 and from there the top four teams will progress to the knockout two legged stages with the second leg of the final being played on Boxing Day.. The Groups are as follows: Group 1: copperhorse21, Bagpuss, Mark Lawrenson, Spurs Fan, Panpardus, salkster2102 Group 2: WLKRAS, Oohlala111, mark wilson27, tenthreeleader, BenArsenal, Balthazars Will copperhorse21 retain his trophy or will he be de-throned, good luck guys