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  1. mark wilson27

    16-1 To the Land of "Soccer"

    So this will be the 6th sign up in the series and this time we will be heading over the pond to the U.S.A and the MLS. It will be played on FM19 without any extra add ons. The Rules are simple: If your sacked your out If you resign your out If you take over an International job then your out (after all it is a club sign up this time) If you do happen to move to another club in U.S.A then your still in The previous incarnations are below: Fifteen to One – A quest to be the best (Celtic_1967) Fifteen to One MKII – Who will beat Celtic_1967 (tenthreeleader) An International Knockout (tenthreeleader) Eight to One – A trip into the unknown (WLKRAS) 14-1 A Trip to Asia The main league runs from March to October with the playoffs running into the next two months.
  2. mark wilson27

    16-1 To the Land of "Soccer"

    gavrenwick - I'm hanging my head in shame sherm - At least you got a wooden spoon, I just got disappointment from Gav August 2018: Managers Remaining (14/16) MLS Eastern Conference: EvilDave (Atlanta United) A quiet month for EvilDave's side and they started with a 3-0 win over Toronto FC and was followed by a 3-1 win over Columbus. The final game of the month saw his side beaten 2-1 by Orlando City to end the month in 2nd place Salkster2102 (Chicago Fire) The month began with a 3-1 win over Real Salt Lake City and was followed by a 2-1 win over New York Red Bulls. The next game was a 1-0 loss against Montreal Impact and the month ended with a 2-2 draw against Columbus. His side finished the month in 10th place Drogba11CFC (Montreal Impact) Not a great month for Drogba's side as they lost 1-0 against D.C.United and was followed by a 3-2 loss against Real Salt Lake City. The next game saw his side beating Chicago 1-0 but this was followed by a 3-1 loss to Toronto FC to end the month in 3rd place Greyfriars Bobby (New England Revolution) A good start to the month sees his side beating Orlando City 2-1 however it went all downhill from there as they lost to Philadelphia Union 1-0 and followed it by a 2-1 loss to D.C.United. The final game of the month saw his side losing again to Philadelphia Union 4-1 to end the month in 11th. Panpardus (New York City) The month began with a 1-0 win over Vancouver and followed it with a penalty loss to rivals New York Red Bulls in the US Cup Semi Final after a 1-1 draw. The next game saw his side losing to Toronto FC 2-1 and followed it with a 1-1 draw against Philadelphia Union. The final game of the month saw his side beating New York Red Bulls 1-0 to end the month in top spot. Diego Imposta (Orlando City) A quiet month for Diego Imposta with a 2-1 loss to New England Revolution and followed it with a 2-0 loss to D.C.United. The final game of the month saw his side beating Atlanta United to finish the month in 6th place. Neilhoskins77 (Philadelphia Union) The month started with a 3-1 win over Portland and was followed by a 1-0 win over New England Revolution. The next game saw his side drawing 1-1 with NYCFC and was followed by a 4-1 win over New England Revolution. The final game of the month saw his side losing 1-0 to D.C.United to end the month in 7th place.
  3. Season Eleven 2026/27 July 2026: July 26th: It was a hard decision not to make to my beloved Manchester United the next club I managed but I felt it wasn't the right time. So I decided to move to Barcelona to see if I could cope with the pressures of a huge club like this one. I have been given a three year contract worth £57,000 per week. The squad is as follows:- Goalkeepers: Marc-Andre ter Stegen (GER) Age 34, Mahmoud El Sayed (EGY) Age 24 Defenders: Hamed Kone (CIV) Age 26, Hernon Moreno (ARG) Age 24, Luke Shaw (ENG) Age 31, Jose Gimenez (URU) Age 31, Milos Djukic (SRB) Age 26, Hidayet Kurt (TUR) Age 24, Benjamin Mendy (FRA) Age 32 Midfielders: Neymar (BRA) Age 34, Joao Mario (POR) Age 33, Carlos Ibarra (CHI) Age 26, Emiliano Carvalho (POR) Age 23, Ciprian Redinciuc (ROU) Age 21, Panagiotis Panagiotis (GRE) Age 27, Moreira (BRA) Age 24, Antonino Pulvirenti (ITA) Age 21, Kylian Mbappe (FRA) Age 27, Christian Theunis (BEL) Age 25, Josep Marquez (ESP) Age 25, Andrea Piras (ITA) Age 24, Juan Manuel Farias (ARG) Age 21 Attacker: Paulo Dybala (ARG) Age 32, Jorge Caicedo (ESP) Age 25, Gianluca Mancini (ITA) Age 22 The squad isnt too shabby, however we have an overabundance of attacking midfielders and I could do with another keeper. The main problem I see with the squad is there are quite a few older players so I will need to bring in some fresh blood July 27th: The club secretary has informed me of the draw for the Spanish Super Cup Final were we will be facing Real Madrid with the first leg being at the Santiagio Bernabeu July 29th: The first friendly of the pre-season sees my side facing German side Hoffenheim and in truth we failed to turn up as they beat us 3-1 with G.Mancini scoring our only goal
  4. December 5th: Malaga (H) (15/38) Eight minutes into the game we took the lead as H.Moreno ran through the defence with ease and fired with pace past the Malaga keeper. It wasn't long till we had another chance with a low shot from Moreira but the keeper was on hand to block the effort. We were all over Malaga and with five minutes remaining in the half we made it two nil as P.Dybala fired in from the penalty spot after Moreira was brought down in the area. The second half was all my side however we treated it like a training game and failed to get through the defence. By rights we should have scored a lot more and I expressed my anger at the players for that final forty five minutes Barcelona 2-0 Malaga H.Moreno 8, P.Dybala 40 pen M.ter Stegen (capt), H.Moreno, H.Kurt, J.Gimenez, L.Shaw, C.Ibarra (P.Panagiotidis), E.Carvalho, K.Mbappe (Neymar), A.Piras (J.Caicedo), Moreira, P.Dybala Booked: L.Shaw
  5. mark wilson27

    It's all in a good Cause, Way down in Derbyshire

    October 13th: Darlington (H) (12/42) Three minutes into the game we were a goal down with A.Abdo curling in from outside the area. This time though my players reacted well and started to play and on the 33rd minute we grabbed the equaliser with M.Newsham hitting a thunderous effort from ten yards much to the delight of the Causeway Lane crowd. The second half though was five minutes old when Darlington retook the lead as J.Caton headed in from close range much to dismay of the fans. Again we reacted well and on the 77th minute R.Holland equalised again for us. Deep into injury time though we let ourselves down as J.Caton headed in from a corner to give Darlington all three points. Matlock Town 2-3 Darlington M.Newsham 33, R.Holland 77 / A.Abdo 3, J.Caton 50, 90+3 J.Reynolds, I.Riley (C.Chambers), P.Ayres, A.Yates, M.Ellroy, L.James, J.Doyle, M.Williams, M.Templeton, R.Holland, M.Newsham (A.Camm) Attendance: 498 (156)
  6. I will be loosely following the Youth Academy Challenge that @neilhoskins77 is doing. I have loaded down the Tier 12 again with the help of Mr.Hoskins. Unlike the rules he is following I have started without holidaying and began at my home town club Matlock Town FC. I will not be buying players in or bringing in loan players. No In Game editor has been activated. Matlock Town were formed in 1878 and play there home games at Causeway Lane, even though at the moment of writing it is called the “Proctors Car” Stadium. They have won quite a few trophies in the lower leagues, however their claim to fame is beating Scarborough during the 1974/75 season to win the FA Trophy at Wembley. Season One 2017/18 June 2017: So I have taken over my local side Matlock Town who are a Semi Professional Club and currently play in the Evo-Stick League Premier Division, Tier 7 of the English Pyramid. (Competition Reputation 178). The clubs finance is currently standing at £20,020, the wage budget is at £1,284 but we are spending £1,570 per week The squad isnt too bad and is as follows: Goalkeepers: Phil Barnes (Age 38), Jason Reynolds (16) Defenders: Adam Yates (Pos: DRC, 29), Dwayne Wiley (DC, 25), Mykel Ellroy (DL, 16), Joe Doyle (D/WBR, 21), Kieran Wallace (D/WB/ML, 22), Matty Templeton (D/WB/M/AML, 20), Jake Green (DL/MRL, 23) Midfielders: Michael Williams (MRLC, 23), Harry Vince (M/AMC, 18) (player on loan when joined), Ted Cribley (ML/AMLC, 27), Luis Rose (AML, 19), Marc Newsham (AMC/STC, 30), Curtis Morrison (AMR/STC, 19) (player on loan when joined), Jamie Jackson (AMRL/STC, 31) Attackers: Shaun Harrad (STC, 32), Harry Limb (STC, 17) (player on loan when joined) Before the pre-season started the Chairman Tom Wright has stated what he and the board expect for the forthcoming season. The expectations are as follows: Evo-Stick League Premier Division: Attempt to avoid relegation FA Cup: 2nd Qualifying Round FA Trophy: 2nd Qualifying Round Northern Premier League Challenge Cup: 3rd Round June 27th: I decided that it would be a good idea for me to do an inter squad friendly so I can have a look at some of the younger players in the squad. The game was pretty good with the senior side winning 3-1 thanks to goals from M.Williams, M.Newsham and J.Green. The only goal scored by the under 23's was by M.Crooks
  7. mark wilson27

    FMS Predictions League 2018/19

    FMS Predictions League 2018/19 Gentlemen its that time of year when we start up the predictions league. Who is going to take the League title off JayR2003. Which one of you is going to stop Bagpuss and BenArsenal winning the Cups. The rules and scoring are exactly the same as last year but please read them anyway Scoring: 1 point per correct result 3 points for a correct result and score Rules: 1) Predictions must be made before kickoff. If you miss a match or a days fixtures you are entitled to predict the rest of the weeks fixtures. 2) Any predictions edited please mark clearly. You can edit fixtures midway through the GameWeek as long as it is clearly marked with a day, date and time. For example: Chelsea 2 - 1 Arsenal Edited: Sat 07/09/13 19:14 3) Have fun with it, thats all I can say Roll of Honour: 2009-10: salkster2102 2010-11: Panpardus 2011-12: BenArsenal 2012-13: Balthazars 2013-14: Balthazars 2014-15: Balthazars 2015-16: Mark Lawrenson 2016-17: Mark Lawrenson 2017-18: JayR2003 2018-19: FMS Predictions Cup: 2009-10: Terk 4-4 The-Perfect-FM'er (Terk wins due to more correct scores throughout the season (Done as a Play-Off) 2010-11: mametz1536 7, salkster2102 5, BenArsenal 2 2011-12: Mark Lawrenson 14, Spav 11, Dalbieder 6 salkster2102 2012-13: Balthazars 19-18 swagat sinha (agg) 2013-14: No Cup 2014-15: Balthazars (League Format) 2015-16: copperhorse21 22-18 salkster2102 (agg) 2016-17: Balthazars 28-26 tenthreeleader (agg) 2017-18: Bagpuss 15-14 JayR2003 (agg) 2018-19: FMS XMAS Cup: 2010-11: Brian W 14, Balthazars 9, Rikulec 7 2014-15: copperhorse21 22-11 CFuller (agg) 2015-16: copperhorse21 10-8 Balthazars (agg) 2016-17: copperhorse21 16-10 mark wilson27 (agg) 2017-18: BenArsenal 12-10 salkster2102 (agg) 2018-19: Balthazars 19-11 Bagpuss (agg)
  8. mark wilson27

    FMS Predictions League 2018/19

    Lawro's Predictions Week 23 Saturday 19 January Wolves 2-0 Leicester 12:30 Bournemouth 2-1 West Ham 15:00 Liverpool 2-0 Crystal Palace 15:00 Man Utd 3-0 Brighton 15:00 Newcastle 2-0 Cardiff 15:00 Southampton 1-1 Everton 15:00 Watford 0-1 Burnley 15:00 Arsenal 2-1 Chelsea 17:30 Sunday 20 January Huddersfield 0-2 Man City 13:30 Fulham 0-2 Spurs 16:00
  9. mark wilson27

    FMS Predictions League 2018/19

    Week 23 Saturday 19 January Wolves 0-1 Leicester 12:30 Bournemouth 1-0 West Ham 15:00 Liverpool 3-0 Crystal Palace 15:00 Man Utd 5-0 Brighton 15:00 Newcastle 1-1 Cardiff 15:00 Southampton 2-1 Everton 15:00 Watford 1-1 Burnley 15:00 Arsenal 2-1 Chelsea 17:30 Sunday 20 January Huddersfield 0-3 Man City 13:30 Fulham 0-2 Spurs 16:00
  10. mark wilson27

    16-1 To the Land of "Soccer"

    MLS Western Conference: Mark Wilson27 (Colorado Rapids) A dire month for mark wilson27 as his side started with a 1-0 loss to Vancouver Whitecaps and was followed by a 3-1 loss to Seattle Sounders. Next up was a 2-0 loss to Montreal Impact and this was followed by his final game in charge as his side lost 2-1 to Houston. After the game he was relieved of his duties. Goodbye Mr. Wilson Tenthreeleader (FC Dallas) A 1-1 draw began the month for Tenthreeleader against Atlanta United and this was followed by a 2-2 draw against Real Salt Lake City. The next game saw his side beating Chicago 2-0 and this was followed by a 2-1 win over Houston. The final game of the month saw drawing 1-1 against Sporting Kansas City to finished the month in 4th place WLKRAS (LA Galaxy) Not a bad month for WLKRAS as is side started with a 2-1 win over D.C.United and was followed by a 1-1 draw against Columbus. The next game saw his side beating New England Revolution 1-0 and was proceeded by a 3-2 win over Philadelphia Union. The final two games saw two 2-0 scorelines the first was a win over LAFC and was followed by a loss to Orlando City to end the month in 6th CFuller (Minnesota United FC) A busy month for CFuller's side with them starting with a 0-0 draw against Toronto FC and was followed by a 3-1 loss against Houston. The next game saw his side drawing 2-2 against Real Salt Lake City and was followed by a 2-0 win over New England Revolution. Sporting Kansas City was his next opponent and saw him out of the US Cup with a 3-1 loss. The final two games of the month saw his side drawing 2-2 against LAFC and was followed by a 1-0 win over Vancouver to end the month in 3rd place Rien102 (Real Salt Lake City) The month began with a 1-0 loss against Sporting Kansas City and was followed with a 202 draw against FC Dallas. Another 2-2 draw against Minnesota was followed by a 2-0 loss against Colorado Rapids. The final game of the month saw his side beating San Jose 3-2 to end the month in 9th place Dalbeider (Seattle Sounders FC) A 3-1 win over Colorado was followed by a 2-0 loss against New England Revolution. The next game saw his side winning 3-1 against Atlanta United and this was followed by a 1-0 loss against Vancouver Whitecaps. The final two games of the month saw his side losing 2-1 against San Jose and NYCFC to finish the month in 2nd place Gavrenwick (Sporting Kansas City) Not a bad month at all for Gavrenwick and it started with a 1-0 win over Real Salt Lake City and was followed by a 2-0 win over Toronto FC. The next game saw his side losing 2-1 and was followed by a 3-1 win over Minnesota in the US Cup ¼ Final. The final game of the month saw a 1-1 draw against FC Dallas to end the month top of the table Bagpuss (Vancouver Whitecaps) The month began with two 1-0 wins, The first was over Colorado Rapids and was followed by Chicago Fire falling to the loss. D.C.United were next up and they beat Bagpuss's side 2-0. Montreal Impact were there next opponents in the Canadian Championship and they beat them 3-2 and this was followed by a 1-0 win over Seattle. The next game saw his side losing 3-2 to Montreal Impact but went through on penalties. The final game of the month saw his side losing 1-0 to end the month in 7th place Manager Status: WLKRAS (LA Galaxy) Very Insecure, Greyfriars Bobby (New England Revolution) Insecure Sacked: mark wilson27 (Colorado Rapids) 14/7/2018 Played 21, Won 5, Drawn 5, Lost 11, For 20, Against 30, Win % 23
  11. December 2026: December 2nd: Huelva (A) Spanish Cup 4th Rd 1st Leg A distraction from our recent poor form sees us facing lower league Huelva. We made light work of them in truth with some excellent play for once and on the 31st minute we took the lead with a rasping effort from Moreira. Seven minutes later it was two nil with P.Dybala doing the honours from close range after running into the area unmarked. The second half was again all my side with a string of attacks early on. Just after the hour we grabbed another goal with P.Dybala heading in from a looping cross. On the 65th minute Neymar joined in the fun with a powerful strike into the top corner which gave the Huelva keeper no chance of saving. We were making light work of the game and with nine minutes remaining in the was five nil as E.Carvalho dinked the ball over the keeper from just outside the area. On the stroke of full time we were again reduced to ten men after J.Gimenez was given a second yellow card followed by the red Huelva 0-5 Barcelona Moreira 31, P.Dybala 38, 62, Neymar 65, E.Carvalho 81 M.ter Stegen (capt), H.Moreno, H.Kurt (P.Panagiotidis), J.Gimenez, L.Shaw, C.Ibarra (Neymar), E.Carvalho, K.Mbappe (M.Djukic), A.Piras, Moreira, P.Dybala Booked: J.Gimenez Sent Off: J.Gimenez (2 yellows)
  12. mark wilson27

    It's all in a good Cause, Way down in Derbyshire

    October 6th: Solihull Moors (H) (11/42) Solihull were by far the better side and on the 19th minute they came close to grabbing a goal with a rasping effort from outside the area but J.Reynolds saved well to deny them. However with ten minutes remaining in the half Solihull grabbed the lead as I.Jackson Jr headed in from close range after some poor midfield play by my side. The second half wasn't much better as we continued to be battered by the Solihull side however my defence were holding firm. With a minute remaining in the game Solihull grabbed a second goal with a low shot from close range which my keeper should have done better with. The goalscoring wasn't finished as deep into injury time we pulled a goal back to give the fans that had remained something to shot about with M.Newsham doing the honours Matlock Town 1-2 Solihull Moors M.Newsham 90+2 / I.Jackson Jr 35, 89 J.Reynolds, A.Yates, P.Ayres, I.Riley, J.Doyle, M.Templeton, J.Jackson, M.Williams, S.Thompson, R.Holland, M.Newsham Attendance: 444 (58)
  13. mark wilson27

    2018/19 FMS Fantasy Football League

    Week 22
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    2018/19 FMS Fantasy Football League

    As stated in the Community Thread it's that time of the year when we pretend we know what were doing and chose our dream team, who out of us lot will top table and who will be the laughing stock Deadline is Wednesday 8th August. Two days before the first game, this is just so I can sort out things my end To join up follow the link : Fantasy League The code for our League is 275630-56941 Could I ask that when you sign up please let me know your team is just for future purposes. Just a quick note, if you don't post your team name on this page then it will be deleted from the League. Also if you decide to change your teams name during the season please let me know We will be going head to head again to see who can de-throne current Champion triforce Roll of Honour: 2010 - Panpardus 2011 - Docklanders 2012 - Balthazars 2013 - PaulHartman71 2014 - mistahc 2015 - Moto Club 2016 - mistahc 2017 - Moto Club 2018 - triforce 2019 - The FMS Fantasy Cup will be running during the season and we'll see who will take the Cup off triforce hands Roll of Honour: 2013 - Sieben FC (Manxie_Ash) 2014 - Preston Park Celtic (mistahc) 2015 - Hardly Athletic III (mark Wilson27) 2016 - Baddah Bing (FudgeandLove) 2017 - Moto Club Gunners (Moto Club) 2018 - triforce 2019 - FMS Fantasy XMAS Cup 2018 - Saturn FC (ChileanRanger) 2019 - Lallana in Pyjamas (salkster2102) Teams Signed Up: The Broken XI (mark wilson27) Reto Unaiversitario (CFuller) 'douzi & theBelow5th (Diego Imposta) Lallanas in Pyjamas (salkster2102) Spanish Curmudgeons (Dalbieder) Doesn't Matter (SmileFaceGamer) Finntastic FC (mistahc) Fer Fuchs Ake (neilhoskins77) WeapingNGnashing XI (Balthazars) Red's Rampant XI (WLKRAS) Sarri Potter FC (Drogba11CFC)
  15. mark wilson27

    2018/19 FMS Fantasy Football League

    Week 22 Dunce of the Week goes to WeapingNGnashing XI who scored 35pts for the Week Performance of the Week goes to Finntastic FC who scored 63pts for the Week
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    FMS Predictions League 2018/19

    Week 23 Saturday 19 January Wolves v Leicester 12:30 Bournemouth v West Ham 15:00 Liverpool v Crystal Palace 15:00 Man Utd v Brighton 15:00 Newcastle v Cardiff 15:00 Southampton v Everton 15:00 Watford v Burnley 15:00 Arsenal v Chelsea 17:30 Sunday 20 January Huddersfield v Man City 13:30 Fulham v Spurs 16:00
  17. mark wilson27

    FMS Predictions League 2018/19

    Week 22: Well lads another quiet week for us lot with no one grabbing double figures. The Performance of the Week is being shared this week with the main two rivals to Balthazars lead getting 9pts a piece to close the gap to nine. Balthazars case wasn't helped as he shared the Dunce of the Week with Bagpuss after they both scored 5pts.
  18. November 29th: Valencia (A) (14/38) We again didn't turn up as Valencia piled on the pressure from the start and on the 18th minute L.Sane gave the home side the lead with a thunderous strike which gave my keeper no chance of saving. Soon after they had another chance but H.Kurt bravely blocked the effort with his body. We were being outrun again and just before the break Valencia had another chance with a curling shot which had M.ter Stegen at full stretch to save. The second half was all Valencia and on the 64th minute it was two nil with F.Oya heading in from a corner after my defence failed to get close to the ball. My players just weren't up for the game at all and with twelve minutes remaining we were reduced to ten men after B.Mendy received his second yellow of the game. Valencia 2-0 Barcelona L.Sane 18, F.Oya 64 M.ter Stegen (capt), Q.Monnier, H.Kurt, M.Djukic, B.Mendy, P.Panagiotidis, A.Piras (J.Marquez), C.Ibarra (Neymar), K.Mbappe (E.Carvalho), C.Torres, E.Ramirez Booked: B.Mendy, A.Piras, Q.Monnier Sent Off: B.Mendy (2 Yellow) Monthly Review: Spanish First Division: 3rd 29pts (-2pts) Spanish Cup: 4th Rd v Huelva Spanish Super Cup: Winners v R.Madrid Champions Cup: Group Stage
  19. mark wilson27

    16-1 To the Land of "Soccer"

    July 2018: Managers Remaining (15/16) MLS Eastern Conference: EvilDave (Atlanta United) The first game of the month saw his side drawing 1-1 against FC Dallas and was followed by a 2-1 win over Philadelphia Union. The next game saw his side losing 3-1 against Seattle Sounders but his side made up for it with a 3-0 win over D.C.United. The final game of the month saw his side losing 2-1 against Montreal Impact to end the month in 4th place. Salkster2102 (Chicago Fire) The month began with a 1-0 loss against Vancouver and was followed by a 2-0 win over Philadelphia Union. The next game saw another 2-0 scoreline however this time it was a loss against FC Dallas. The final two games of the month saw a double header against Toronto FC with the first game seeing his side winning 2-1 and followed it with another win this time 2-0 to end the month in 10th place Drogba11CFC (Montreal Impact) The month began with a 2-0 win over Colorado Rapids and was followed by a 2-0 loss against NYCFC. The next two games saw two losses as San Jose beat them 2-1 and was followed by a 3-2 loss against Vancouver in the Canadian Championship. Portland was next in the MLS and they beat them 1-0. The second leg of the Canadian Championship saw his side beating Vancouver 3-2 but went out on penalties. The final game of the month saw his side beating Atlanta United 2-1 to end the month top of the table Greyfriars Bobby (New England Revolution) The month began with a 2-0 win over Seattle Sounders and was followed however by three losses. The first of which was a 1-0 loss by LA Galaxy and was followed by a 2-0 loss to Minnesota. The final loss was a 1-0 loss to New York Red Bulls to end the month in 11th place Panpardus (New York City) The month began with 4-2 loss against rival New York Red Bulls and was followed by a 2-0 win over Montreal Impact. The next game was a 3-1 loss to Columbus and was followed by a 2-0 win over Portland in the US Cup ¼ Final. The final two games saw his side beat Orlando City 1-0 and was followed by a 2-1 win over Seattle Sounders to end the month in 2nd place Diego Imposta (Orlando City) The month began with a 1-0 win over LAFC and was followed by a 1-1 draw against Toronto FC. The next game saw his side being knocked out of the US Cup as they were beaten 2-1 by Houston. The next two games saw his side losing 1-0 with Columbus and NYCFC both beating Diego Imposta's side. The final game of the month saw his side winning LA Galaxy 2-0 to finish the month in 5th place Neilhoskins77 (Philadelphia Union) A dire month for Neilhoskins77 as his side lost all four games. The first game was a 2-1 loss against Atlanta United and was followed by a 2-0 loss to Chicago Fire. The last two games saw his side losing 3-2 against LA Galaxy and a 2-1 loss to Houston. The month saw his side ending in 9th place
  20. mark wilson27

    FMS Predictions League 2018/19

    Lawro's Predictions Week 22 Saturday 12 January West Ham 1-2 Arsenal 12:30 Brighton 1-1 Liverpool 15:00 Burnley 2-0 Fulham 15:00 Cardiff 2-0 Huddersfield 15:00 Crystal Palace 1-2 Watford 15:00 Leicester 2-0 Southampton 15:00 Chelsea 2-0 Newcastle 17:30 Sunday 13 January Everton 2-1 Bournemouth 14:15 Spurs 2-1 Man Utd 16:30 Monday 14 January Man City 3-0 Wolves 20:00
  21. mark wilson27

    FMS Community Thread / Episode VII / Goalfinger

    Question for you technical one'son here. What is the best controller to get for a Windows 10 pc so I can play PUBG without having to use the keyboard too much. My brother lent me his PS3 controller but it doesn't seem to work. Cheers in advance Mark
  22. mark wilson27

    It's all in a good Cause, Way down in Derbyshire

    September 29th: Gainsborough Trinity (A) (9/42) Gainsborough started the better and it wasn't long till they had the first shot with a rasping effort which went wide of the post. On the 29th minute they had yet another chance as they broke through my defence but J.Reynolds saved well to deny them. The second half was six minutes old when Gainsborough coming close from ten yards but P.Ayres reacted well to block the shot. On the hour we finally had our first chance of the game with a powerful effort from R.Holland which saw the Gainsborough keeper at full stretch to save We were beginning to actually play football and on the 73rd minute we grabbed a goal with P.Ayres heading in a J.Jackson free-kick after S.Harrad was brought down. With three minutes remaining in the game we came close to screwing it all up as M.Ellroy failed to clear the ball but luckily for him J.Reynolds saved well to deny them. Finally we won a game Gainsborough Trinity 0-1 Matlock Town P.Ayres 73 J.Reynolds, J.Doyle, P.Ayres, I.Riley (L.James), M.Ellroy, M.Newsham, M.Williams, J.Jackson, M.Templeton, R.Holland, S.Harrad Monthly Review: Vanarama National League North: 20th (4pts) -3pts off Safety FA Cup: Knocked out in 2nd qualifying Round FA Trophy: Not entered yet Bank Balance: £55,605
  23. November 21st: Vigo (A) (13/38) A dire match for the fans as neither my side or the Vigo side threatened the opposing goals. The first half was didn't see a single effort on goal. The second half wasn't much better with the majority of the play being played in the middle third. The game only had the one shot on target as Neymar gave us the winner with a rasping effort from just outside the area. However a dire game for the fans Vigo 0-1 Barcelona Neymar 79 M.ter Stegen (capt), Q.Monnier (E.Carvalho), H.Kurt, M.Djukic, B.Mendy, P.Panagiotidis, A.Piras (H.Moreno), C.Ibarra, K.Mbappe, C.Torres (Neymar), J.Caicedo Booked: B.Mendy November 25th: Man.City (A) Champions Cup Grp B (5/6) A poor start saw us a goal down within three minutes as L.Edwards fired in past my keeper who seemed to have his head still in the changing room. It didn't get much better as on the 12th minute J.Sole made it 2-0 to Man.City with a fine strike. We weren't getting anything from the ball and just before the break M.ter Stegen produced a brilliant save to deny the City attack. The second half wasn't much better as Man.City controlled the play without breaking my defence or a sweat. With five minutes remaining in the game the final goal was scored with Neymar finishing a counter attack with ease. As you can imagine I was far from pleased with my sides effort. Man.City 2-1 Barcelona L.Edwards 3, J.Sole 12 / Neymar 85 M.ter Stegen (capt), Q.Monnier, H.Kurt, M.Djukic, B.Mendy, P.Panagiotidis, A.Piras (H.Moreno), C.Ibarra (J.Marquez), K.Mbappe, C.Torres (Neymar), J.Caicedo Booked: J.Marquez Other Group B Result: AS Saint-Etienne 1-0 Shakhtar
  24. mark wilson27

    16-1 To the Land of "Soccer"

    Captain-al - Like CFuller said its just abit of fun which many of the people here enjoy. As this is the 6th one in the series it seems to be working well MLS Western Conference: Mark Wilson27 (Colorado Rapids) The month began with two wins for Mark Wilson's side as they beat Vancouver Whitecaps 1-0 and followed it with a 2-0 win over Real Monarchs in the US Cup. The next two games saw his side draw both games 1-1 with Houston and Chicago sharing the points. Then followed a double header against Minnesota with the first game seeing Colorado knocked out of the cup 2-1 and the league game saw his side going down 3-0. His side finished the month on 11th place. Tenthreeleader (FC Dallas) A poor month for our fearless leader with his side starting with a 2-1 loss against LAFC and this was followed by a 1-0 extra time loss against San Antonio in the Cup. The only high point in the month saw his side drawing 2-2 against Montreal Impact, however it was a back to Earth with a bang as his side lost the last two games. The first was a 1-0 loss against New York Red Bulls and a 3-0 loss against Minnesota to end the month in 4th place WLKRAS (LA Galaxy) A very mixed month for WLKRAS with his side starting the month with a 3-1 loss against Portland and was followed by a 4-2 extra time win over Phoenix in the Cup. The next game saw his side beating Real Salt Lake City 1-0 and was followed with a 2-1 loss against LAFC. The final game of the month saw his side drawing 1-1 against San Jose to end the month in 10th place. CFuller (Minnesota United FC) A poor start to the month saw his side being humbled 4-0 against Sporting Kansas City. The rest of the month was a lot better as his side won every remaining game. The streak started with a 3-1 win over Chicago in the Cup and was followed by a 2-1 win over Colorado in the next round of the cup. CFuller's side then faced Colorado again and beat them 3-0, the scoreline was repeated against FC Dallas to end the month in 3rd place Rien102 (Real Salt Lake City) Not a great month for Rein as his side started with a 1-1 draw against Seattle and followed it with a 3-0 loss against LAFC in the Cup. The next game saw his side losing 1-0 against LA Galaxy and was followed by a 1-0 win over San Jose. The final game of the month saw his side losing 4-1 against Columbus to finish the month in 8th place. Dalbeider (Seattle Sounders FC) The month began with a 1-1 draw against Real Salt Lake City and was followed by a 2-1 Cup loss against Portland. Another loss followed as D.C.United beat them 3-1 in the league and this was proceeded by a 2-1 win against New York Red Bulls. The final two games of the month saw his side beating Chicago Fire 2-1 and Portland 3-1 to finish the month top of the Western Conference Gavrenwick (Sporting Kansas City) An almost perfect month for my fellow Mod as his side started with a 4-0 win over Minnesota United and followed it with a 3-0 win over Swope Park in the US Cup. The next league game saw his side beating Portland 1-0 and followed it a 3-1 win over Atlanta United in the US Cup. Up next was Houston who his side beat with ease 2-0, however the only blip of the month saw his side going down 4-0 against Montreal Impact to end the month in second place Bagpuss (Vancouver Whitecaps) A quiet month for Bagpuss's side as he began with a 1-0 loss against Colorado and followed it with another loss, this time 3-1 to Orlando City. The final game of the month saw his side drawing 1-1 with Philadelphia Union to end the month in 7th place Manager Status: WLKRAS (LA Galaxy) Very Insecure ,Salkster2102 (Chicago Fire), Greyfriars Bobby (New England Revolution) Insecure Sacked: Sherm (New York Red Bulls) 9/6/2018 Played 14, Won 3, Drawn 1, Lost 10, For 15, Against 24, Win % 21
  25. mark wilson27

    [FM17] Trials and Triumphs of a Turkmen

    As with all your work Dave really enjoying this....Looking forward to seeing how your go with Spartak
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