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  1. Adelaide United 2018/19 - Australian A - League So my new job was in the land of OZ. We began the season with the FFA Cup we smashed a couple of non league teams to get into the quarter finals. We battered Brisbane Roar to get into the semis. I thought we had the favourable draw with Wellington Phoenix I thought we were a much better team than they were but we get pushed out in a very close game. I was gutted to have not made the final. In the league we dropped only 5 points in our first 14 games. We were clearly the best team in the league we continued our excellent form throughout the season as we won the title with 4 games to go. This put us into the Grand Final play off system where we beat Melbourne Victory before smashing Sydney in the final. This is me done in OZ and I will fire up the random generator to find the new league before taking on a club in that league. I am shocked to have come through this league in such easy fashion. Season Review
  2. Trophy Hunting Ok well here we go this is my first thread for some time. I have been reading through the recent thread started by @Makoto Nakamura and I got a little inspired. My challenge will be a little different. I wont have all of the other leagues loaded that he does. My aim will be to win every top league in the game, quite a simple idea really. I wont be doing this in an alphabetical order I will be doing this using a random number generator to choose my league and my first club. So where to first. It will be the land down under Australia I have now returned to the wonderful generator to find my first club and it will be...…………………………. Adelaide United FC TROPHY HAUL A League - 2019 - Adelaide United A League Grand Final - 2019 - Adelaide United
  3. Great start @Northernpilgrim The state championships don’t really qualify you for anything I don’t think. To be fair depending on the club you get you could end up in a remote state where there is no other decent teams around
  4. South Africa - 2025 This was all about the African Nations and we did not do as well as I was hoping. We drew our first game against Algeria we should have really beat these so I was gutted. We then battered Benin before loosing to Tunisia. Luckily enough this was enough to see us through. We faced Cameroon in the next round and my good form against them continued as we put them out. We then got lucky and faced Togo in the quarters who we dispatched with ease. Senegal in the semis was tough and so it proved as we lost in extra time. We then got beat in Ghana in the 3rd place play off. This signalled my time coming to an end in South Africa as it was time to find a new job. Season Review Season Team Country Position Notes 2017/18 FC Arges Romania 11th Took over in 17th 2018/19 FC Arges Romania 2nd Promotion 2019/20 FC Arges Romania N/A Left in September Season Country Notes 2019 Tunisia 2020 Tunisia Qualified for African Cup of Nations 2021 Tunisia Qualifed for World Cup, ACN 3rd Place 2022 Tunisia CHAN Runner Up, World Cup 1/4 Final 2022 S Korea Took over after World Cup 2023 S Korea Asian Cup 1/4 Finals Sacked 2023 S Africa Won some games 2024 S Africa Qualified for Nations Cup, Won CHAN 2025 S Africa 4th Place In African Nations Challenge Progress Club 0/10 top domestic leagues - 0/10 domestic cups - 0/5 club continental championships - 0/1 club world championship - International - 0/5 continental tournaments - 0/2 world tournaments -
  5. For me this is not about speed of completion its about the fun of it. At the moment I am really enjoying the International aspect of the game so I am tempted to try and finish the International side before the club side
  6. South Africa - 2024 We started off this year with the CHAN and I honestly thought this would be a good chance for me to record my first ever silverware (albeit not counting towards the challenge). We smashed Uganda, Guinea and Nigeria in the group stage in easy fashion. Mozambique were next and we battered them in a very good way. We totally dominated the game and could have scored as many as we wanted. Senegal in the semis were the toughest task we faced so far and although the score looked big it was much much closer in reality. So we were in the final for my second time ever we faced Ivory Coast and we battered them to get my first trophy. We did well in the World Cup Qualifiers as we dispatched Cameroon and DR Congo to put us in pole position for qualification to the World Cup. We faced Tanzania, Sao Tome and my old nation Tunisia in the Nations Qualifying. We shared two draws against Tunisia before getting some big scorelines against the other two. Next year we are in the Nations Cup and I feel confident of winning it, I feel like we have a good squad that could go a long way. We have a tough group in Algeria, Benin and Tunisia if we get through this we will look good for going forward in the competition. Season Review Season Team Country Position Notes 2017/18 FC Arges Romania 11th Took over in 17th 2018/19 FC Arges Romania 2nd Promotion 2019/20 FC Arges Romania N/A Left in September Season Country Notes 2019 Tunisia 2020 Tunisia Qualified for African Cup of Nations 2021 Tunisia Qualifed for World Cup, ACN 3rd Place 2022 Tunisia CHAN Runner Up, World Cup 1/4 Final 2022 S Korea Took over after World Cup 2023 S Korea Asian Cup 1/4 Finals Sacked 2023 S Africa Won some games 2024 S Africa Qualified for Nations Cup, Won CHAN Challenge Progress Club 0/10 top domestic leagues - 0/10 domestic cups - 0/5 club continental championships - 0/1 club world championship - International - 0/5 continental tournaments - 0/2 world tournaments -
  7. South Korea/South Africa - 2023 Firstly massive apologies I forgot to take a screen shot of my time in South Korea, don't worry nothing interesting was achieved. I went into the Asian Cup full of hope and optimism that I may win it but it was misplaced. We breezed through the group stage winning every game before dispatching Kuwait in the round of 16. We then faced Japan in the quarter finals, in what was a ding dong battle we lost 4-3 after extra time and I was quickly sacked. Nothing then happened until the South Africa gaffer was sacked after their dismal performance in the Nations Cup. I quickly packed my bags and I was back to Africa. I managed them for a couple of friendlies and two World Cup Qualifying games nothing really of note but I am back in Africa. Season Review Season Team Country Position Notes 2017/18 FC Arges Romania 11th Took over in 17th 2018/19 FC Arges Romania 2nd Promotion 2019/20 FC Arges Romania N/A Left in September Season Country Notes 2019 Tunisia 2020 Tunisia Qualified for African Cup of Nations 2021 Tunisia Qualifed for World Cup, ACN 3rd Place 2022 Tunisia CHAN Runner Up, World Cup 1/4 Final 2022 S Korea Took over after World Cup 2023 S Korea Asian Cup 1/4 Finals Sacked 2023 S Africa Won some games Challenge Progress Club 0/10 top domestic leagues - 0/10 domestic cups - 0/5 club continental championships - 0/1 club world championship - International - 0/5 continental tournaments - 0/2 world tournaments -
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  9. Well the world cup is fast approaching and I think it is time for an International Challenge. I love playing International Football and for me at least its my favourite part of the game, so I decided to post a challenge for International Play only. Challenge The aim is to complete a full career in International Management only. There will be a Points System in place for the teams and the more Points you get the higher up the Leader Board you will go. Points Win World Cup - 500 World Cup Runner Up - 250 3rd Place - 300 Win Continental Tournament - 300 Runner Up In Continental Tournament - 150 Confederation Cup - 400 Confederation Cup Runner Up - 200 Any Other International Tournament - 200 Any Other International Tournament Runner Up - 100 Qualify For World Cup - 50 Rules - You just start as a Sunday League Footballer (any badges will be excepted) - Any Leagues can be loaded or added as you go along - Full FM or Touch can be used - Yearly Review must be posted each year Where to Start No this would be easier if you started at say England or Brazil so lets make it a little more difficult. You can take over any National Team who has never won the World Cup in the past. This leaves a lot of potential teams for you to take over and allows you to put different difficulty levels on, for example take over Portugal I would imagine it would be a little easier than taking over Singapore Final Notes This is a brand new challenge so I am happy if anyone has any other rules that they want including or think would be a good idea, I think there will be plenty of options to change countries and from my experience there will be plenty of sackings (or at least with me). Enjoy guys and lets get this going, with the World Cup coming I am sure all will fancy a little International Management
  10. @vikeologist cheers pal, yeah I have been running a few leagues so I have enough S Korea players, if I am honest I enjoy the international side of things much more than the club side. I have an idea for a International Management challenge. I was going to post it on here but I am not sure if enough people enjoy that side of the game like I do.
  11. Tunisia/South Korea - 2022 The first thing for us was the CHAN Tournament in Africa. This is where only domestic players can be used. We beat Uganda, Mali and Angola in the group stage very easily and without to much trouble. In the knock out rounds came a much tougher test with Morocco they were a much tougher team but again we got through to face Burkino Faso. I thought these would be much tougher as there first choice national team play mainly in the domestic league but we dispatched these with ease to reach the final. In the final it was Nigeria it was a proper ding dong battle and I thought on numerous occasions that we would win but in the end it was not to be as we lost on pens, gutted. The World Cup was next for us. In the group we got through against Iraq with a great result as we battered them. We then got the normal smashing by Brazil. It came down to the last game against Poland. A win would put us through to the next round and we duly did it we won 2-1 and we were through to the next round. In Round 2 we faced hosts Australia it was a 3-1 win for us but to be honest we smashed them and it could have been much more. In the quarter finals we would face Spain, this was a real challenge but in the end we were out with a 3-2 loss. My time in Tunisia was over I decided that it was time for me to go elsewhere. I had planned to go to club management but the South Korea job came up and I decided to go to them. We only played friendlies with them before the end of the year and we did decent enough. Early next year we face the Asian Cup and I am hoping to win it. Season Review Season Review Season Team Country Position Notes 2017/18 FC Arges Romania 11th Took over in 17th 2018/19 FC Arges Romania 2nd Promotion 2019/20 FC Arges Romania N/A Left in September Season Country Notes 2019 Tunisia 2020 Tunisia Qualified for African Cup of Nations 2021 Tunisia Qualifed for World Cup, ACN 3rd Place 2022 Tunisia CHAN Runner Up, World Cup 1/4 Final 2022 S Korea Took over after World Cup Challenge Progress Club 0/10 top domestic leagues - 0/10 domestic cups - 0/5 club continental championships - 0/1 club world championship - International - 0/5 continental tournaments - 0/2 world tournaments -
  12. Tunisia - 2021 We played four friendlies to start the season, two wins a draw and a loss was not the ideal preperation for the Nations Cup but it did give me the opportinity to try some new players that had come into the squad. I was very pleased with the big win over the Ivory Coast as I felt they would be challenging at the upcoming tournament. In the ACN we smashed our group with three wins out of three over Congo, DR Congo and Zimbabwe. Into the 2nd round we went and we got a favourable draw against Mozambeique the 4-1 win was a bit flattering as it was much closer. Cameroon awaited in the quarters and it was very close, in the end our fitness told with a 5-3 in extra time. Egypt in the semis was a very tough task and we just couldn't make it at one stage we were 2-0 up so I was gutted to throw it away. Nigeria were dispatched to clinch the bronze medal. We finished the year off with wins against Zimbabwe, Congo and Botswana to qualify for the World Cup. It was a superb achievement but something I always expected given the group we had been drawn in. We will have the World Cup next year with Brazil, Iraq and Paraguay. I think with a little luck we could sneak out of this group, I would like to think it will be between us and Poland. I am almost certain after the World Cup I will be leaving the National Team and moving back into club football. Season Review Season Team Country Position Notes 2017/18 FC Arges Romania 11th Took over in 17th 2018/19 FC Arges Romania 2nd Promotion 2019/20 FC Arges Romania N/A Left in September Season Country Notes 2019 Tunisia 2020 Tunisia Qualified for African Cup of Nations 2021 Tunisia Qualifed for World Cup, ACN 3rd Place Challenge Progress Club 0/10 top domestic leagues - 0/10 domestic cups - 0/5 club continental championships - 0/1 club world championship - International - 0/5 continental tournaments - 0/2 world tournaments -
  13. Tunisia - 2020 We seemed to have settled down this year into the way I like to play football. The first game was against South Africa in the Nations qualifying we got smashed if I am honest and never looked like we were really in the game. We then battered Namibia and Botswana before beating South Africa. This put us in a superb situation for qualifying for the Nations Cup. We finished off with winning our last two games and sealing qualification. The World Cup campaign is looking good as well as we recorded two wins to start the campaign. In the Nations Cup we will now face Congo, DR Congo and Zimbabwe. I am really pleased to have this draw because I honestly think we have a superb chance of going into the next round. I am a little bit unsure as if we get beat in Round 2 I think I will be sacked like the last gaffer and that will be a shame given how good we look in the qualification tournament for the World Cup. I am hoping really to get into the semis in African Nations but we will have to see. Season Review Season Team Country Position Notes 2017/18 FC Arges Romania 11th Took over in 17th 2018/19 FC Arges Romania 2nd Promotion 2019/20 FC Arges Romania N/A Left in September Season Country Notes 2019 Tunisia 2020 Tunisia Qualified for African Cup of Nations Challenge Progress Club 0/10 top domestic leagues - 0/10 domestic cups - 0/5 club continental championships - 0/1 club world championship - International - 0/5 continental tournaments - 0/2 world tournaments -
  14. Tunisia - 2019 Well I was not really expecting this. I couldn't really find another team to go to so I started to prepare Arges for the upcoming season. We began fairly well and found ourselves just above the relegation zone. Just following this Tunisia sacked their gaffer after loosing in the 2nd round of the African Nations. They decided I was the man to take them forward. In doing this I decided to leave my club job. I have made the call that I would only manage a nation or a club not both at the same time. This year I took over for 4 friendly games in which we lost all of them and I was slightly concerned. We went into the next round of qualifying against Guinea Bissau and smashed them to reach the group stage. We have a decent enough group with Congo, Uganda and Zimbabwe. I would hope that we would qualify from this and get us to the World Cup FInals which would be nice. We also have African Nations Cup Qualifying to contend with we face Botswana, Nambia and South Africa. I am a bit unsure about this as South Africa are a good side but we will see. Season Review Season Team Country Position Notes 2017/18 FC Arges Romania 11th Took over in 17th 2018/19 FC Arges Romania 2nd Promotion 2019/20 FC Arges Romania N/A Left in September Season Country Notes 2019 Tunisia Challenge Progress Club 0/10 top domestic leagues - 0/10 domestic cups - 0/5 club continental championships - 0/1 club world championship - International - 0/5 continental tournaments - 0/2 world tournaments -
  15. Fotbal Club Arges- 2018/19 - Romanian Liga II This new year was an interesting one. I managed to keep my squad in tact only loosing a couple of players who I had no interest in playing anyway in fairness. I brought in three new faces into the squad all of which will make waves in the first team. Firstly in the cup we were poor again, we did not do anything as we took a hiding from a team in our own league to go out in the first round we played in. In the League we had a much better time of it. We managed to stick in and around the top of the table most of the year and never really looked in danger of missing out on promotion. We managed to be in the interesting position of being miles ahead of the team in 3rd but miles behind the team in first. In the end we finished the season in 2nd and this was enough to promote us into the top tier of Romanian football. As for next year I may have a little look at some jobs out there and see if I can take on a team that maybe more suited to going for a title in their home nation, I am still going to be managing in a fairly small nation. Season Review Season Team Country Position Notes 2017/18 FC Arges Romania 11th Took over in 17th 2018/19 FC Arges Romania 2nd Promotion Season Country Notes Challenge Progress Club 0/10 top domestic leagues - 0/10 domestic cups - 0/5 club continental championships - 0/1 club world championship - International - 0/5 continental tournaments - 0/2 world tournaments -
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