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Minuy600

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About Minuy600

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    Aye.

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    *shrug*

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    Gaming, reading, stats

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    Almere City FC

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    Leicester City

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  1. 2018/19 Season Review What happened here? We went from Real Madrid being brutal and Levante doing miracles to the former failing to put a dent in the title race and the latter failing to put a dent in... anybody really. Malaga gets relegated after 11 years of straight top flight football while Vallecano and Valladolid comfortably could prepare themselves for next season. Cordoba... uhm... their logo's nice? The promoted clubs remain unknown because of how long it takes to render those in the game. Watch this space. Seeing Fuenlabrada in the last 16 and putting up a fair fight against Betis is a nice suprise. An El Clasico final can be interpretended as 'holy cow awesome' or 'ew no thanks'. I'm more of the latter. At least Barcelona won it. England Yes, the PL did get played this season! Gasp. Huddersfield and Brighton come straight back up while Derby is our new potential demise. Tottenham may have forgotten how to Premier League but they made it up in the FA cup so they make Europe while Southampton's effort were for nothing! Wow i'm so happy right now......... Whatever we won this anyway so it's none of my buisness. Apparently Burton are more of a Manchester City fan. Italy Juventus (sorry) The city Milan is gonna ruin the league after Juve did aren't they It was either second season syndrome for Benevento or 3 entirely new teams. Lesser of the two evils down there I suppose. Not like we get the most riveting teams in return, Chievo and Sassuolo get straight back while Parma delayed their promotion by one season compared to real life. Albinos, unite!!!! Juventus really must've put all their efforts in the CL. And hey nice, we have a decently unpredicted winner in Fiorentina there. Good stuff in Italy. Germany Bayern are Bayern. Hoffenheim have got that upward trajectory going and qualify for the main CL rounds for the first time ever. Wolfsburg are fearing to fall back into obscurity again, Schalke are consistently mediocre finishing 8th twice in a row and the promoted sides... they weren't ready. Ingolstadt, Bochum and Fortuna Dusseldorf will be the next ones to try their luck in this promotion-unfriendly league. Suprisingly HSV, Hannover or Stuttgart didn't make too much haste getting back up. Look at that now, Hoffenheim's good days are really starting up now, huh? Something tells me Hannover focused on the cup instead of trying to get back to where they belong. Not that smart imo. France Other than the title fight, a decent season in France. Angers managed to finish 5th after only narrowly beating Ajaccio in the play-offs last year, leading to an unexpected EL qualifier. Nice... what happened? They were in the relegation zone the entire time I was at Leicester. Speaking of the relegation zone, that was a tight battle if I have ever seen one! Hopefully we'll see something as exciting as this with the comeback of Rennes, the this time succesful Ajaccio and the big unknown (not in FM19 they ain't) Stade Reims. What the HECK happened here? All big clubs got eliminated by the round of 16... PSG in the 9th round. On penalties. By none other than Troyes. Who had a okay at best run themselves. At least we see the man Raineri in Europe again. Thank you Claudio. Thank. You. Thanks for permitting Angers into Europe, PSG. See guys? They do have a heart. Which is probably... 1 cubic milimeter big. Reims couldn't resist holding Nantes back from a cup double. A cupple? Russia Akhmat Grozny get their first relegation to their name after their name change. Kuban was Weak with a capital W. Spartak Moscow and Zenit swapped places, seems like those have an edge over the rest. CSKA easily got back into the CL... Why did they ever let go of Slutsky in the first place? He's quit again now though. Orenburg and Kryla Sovetov did well to stay up. We'll welcome Tosno and SKA straight back, hopefully with new lessons learned. Spartak-2 suprisingly finished 2nd in the 2nd tier, goes to show Spartak is in fact a force to be reckoned with. Well I feel a sudden urge to buy Volgar the Viking. Zenit are showing the duopoly etc etc etc. Quite a lot of 2nd and 3rd division clubs in the round of 16, that I do like. Portugal Sporting Portugal finally won a title again, without Bas Dost (sub at Tottenham now) but with Phillip Cocu. Boring football my bum. He will join Dost at the afromentioned Spurs next season. That's quite a stark contrast to IRL, ain't it? Now then. Braga are in the Champions League!!!!! Porto was a bad theatre piece after their sublime 2017/18 season. It's Deportivo Aves and Gil Vicente who we welcome into the Liga NOS. The latter of which missed out the season before by one position, with a mildly weakened league you could only bet they would make it. Aves aren't nearly as good as they are IRL sadly. 'Well', said FC Porto, 'We liked that we hit the semi-finals of the biggest club competition in the world... but what about the cup?'. And thus they vastly ignored everything except it. The end. An attempt for a cup double in an otherwise failed season and they mess it up against Rio Ave of all teams. Yep they're going mad. Holland Ajax, Ajax, Ajax. When will you realise the league is something to not underestimate? Just look at your pals in Rotterdam. Those know what they're doing. Oh and Dutch football improved enough to have 3 teams in the CL. Very nice indeed. PSV was an absolute tragedy oh my god. Danny Blind, ruiner of everything he manages. Twente ended their European ban in style, getting right back as it got lifted. A shock relegation for ADO, among with the less shocking Sparta and NEC. Fortuna's promotion. Now that's a story. They lost promotion on the final day after having led the 'regular' pack since the halfway point. But they showed just how strong they were by being the one who relegated the almighty ADO. Willem II return after a rough-ish season for them. Almere City did well to hold off NAC Breda and do one better than the consistent 8th place of the seasons before. Telstar, my most local team, sadly have to go for the season. Who will replace them? We will never know. Just win the dang thing already Helmond, you know you want to be the worst Dutch pro club but still somehow end up in Europe. I actually visited Rijnsburg this weekend, nice to see them do well. Europe Can you believe it? We won't have Juventus in the CL next season. Insane. Seems Italian and German football are on the rise while La Liga took a big blow. Fair play Ajax, despite not walking the league like they're supposed to do they instead, together with AZ and Feyenoord, helped Dutch football to a high high. Massive job of them to beat Atleti and PSG.
  2. May 2019 Super unspectular in terms of results. Could've been 3 extra points if we didn't give away the win against and a draw against Liverpool in injury time. Doesn't matter in the end because... We're safe and we did it comfortably! Results went our way after the Everton match so we never had to battle too hard. Newcastle have problems, clearly. Hull just barely made sure we'd not have all promoted sides out in season 1. Hopefully season 2 syndrome doesn't hurt them too much. Southampton did well to hold off a weak Tottenham. Crystal Palace had a great charge eventually. West Brom completely collapsed after we beat them back in January, only winning an amazing 2 matches out of 16. Watford has officially gone mad, winning 3-0 only to lose 8-3 and that kind of rubbish. Everton failed to live up to their ambition... not hard when their manager is Tony Pulis. Overall... Not too unhappy about this adventure! I finished a season and actually won silverware which gives us another stab at Europe. I'll gladly reach 2020 with this team! If anyone wants to see the awards etc, just ask me. I'm not too interested to show them without an incentive of the crowd. Next up, the season review!
  3. I for some reason don't gel with it. It's a magnificent database, don't get me wrong, but for some reason I never can start a proper carerer in there. Besides, making your own database is fun!
  4. How far down have you got England and Holland btw? If we go by the editor that would mean you got the former to the County Leagues and the latter to the Eerste or Tweede Klasse. I'm once again trying to make a 'basic league structure' editor pack similar to yours so I need that confirmation haha
  5. April 2019 We're doing just enough. The Fulham draw was really painful to watch, but straight after we won against United, so it's ok. The Palace match... oof. We lost our only proper rightback in Adam Smith and another hugely important player in Riyad Mahrez untill the end of the season. Yeah that's no fun. Could've been a 5 point lead over Stoke, but it'd be a major upset if we got relegated from this position. Fulham are already out and Leeds are one match away from their impending doom. We did our part in the title race by increasing the gap between Arsenal and United. The EL race is still on between Southampton and Tottenham. That Burnley game at Turf Moor is hands down the most important game of our whole career so far. It could make or break our season. At the Everton game we could get a point too... But without Adam Smith it's likely a mountain to climb if we were to get it.
  6. Minuy600

    The New FMCU General Discussion Thread

    >Loses 0-3 against Watford, missing every chance possible >Wins 3-1 against Atletico Madrid in the EL despite being dominated If only we weren't relegation threatened in the PL, then you could say i'm having a brilliant time with Leicester so far.
  7. Manage Tabiteauea North pl0x
  8. Minuy600

    The New FMCU General Discussion Thread

    I'd love to see it actually.
  9. Ok- consider the Vaisei save cancelled. It's better to not have this super unconcentrated mess of posts. The Leicester save, as always, is safe.
  10. I can already imagine the 30-ish spectators sitting in the 84000 capacity Azadi stadium for a Esteghlal B match.
  11. Wow! That's underwhelming. Literally the only changes are that Helmond Sport, TOP Oss and the two reserve teams of Sparta and Vitesse swapped places. Not even a single Derde Divisie club stay in for longer than a season (unless you disabled relegation) Somehow I feel changes are coming as soon as you enable the league though. It usually goes that way. EDIT: What is going on with the Grolsch Veste!
  12. One more question: What clubs are currently in the KKD? I wanna see if there's any amateur club from the Tweede or Derde Divisie doing well up there.
  13. What's the Eredivisie and Keuken Kampioen Divisie (the old Jupiler League for those unaware of the name change) history like?
  14. Minuy600

    The New FMCU General Discussion Thread

    Did someone say it's too quiet on this thread? Now be satisfied or else.
  15. Oof. We could've gotten AZ or Sporting, but there's also Liverpool, PSG and Manchester City in here so I suppose I haven't gotten the very toughest draw I could recieve. Maybe, very maybe, we have a chance if they rest players for the league. They face Valladolid, Coruña and Bilbao before, during and after tie... Not likely then.
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