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  1. Challenge Completed!! Oxford City are crowned 2026/27 Premiership and Champions Cup winners! I havn't posted updates every season as it was too time consuming ontop of playing the game itself, so I'm gonna post screenies from the whole journey of Transfers/Trials and League tables for each season aswell as current affairs. I started this game with the 10.2 patch. Oxford City came in for Leon Siemieniowski on June 25th 2011 just after securing promotion to the Blue Square South with a reputaition of 1000 Profile 2010/11 Blue Square South Transfers / Trials Final League Position 13th 2011/12 Blue Square North Transfers / Trials Final League Position 9th 2012/13 Blue Squre South Transfers / Trials Final League Position 8th FA Trophy Winners 2013/14 Blue Squre North Transfers / Trials Final League Position 1st Blue Square North Winners FA Trophy Winners 2014/15 Blue Squre Premier Transfers Final League Position 1st Blue Square Premier Winners 2015/16 Coca Cola League 2 Transfers / Trials Final League Position 7th 2016/17 Coca Cola League 1 Transfers / Trials Final League Position 3rd 2017/18 Coca Cola League 1 Transfers / Trials Final League Position 6th 2018/19 Championship Transfers Final League Position 13th 2019/20 Championship Transfers Final League Position 3rd 2020/21 Championship Transfers Final League Position 3rd 2021/22 Premiership Transfers Final League Position 12th 2022/23 Premiership Transfers Final League Position 8th 2023/24 Premiership Transfers Final League Position 1st Premiership Winners 2024/25 Premiership Transfers Final League Position 2nd Premiership Runners Up FA Cup Winners Champions Cup Winners Club World Championship Winners 2025/26 Premiership Transfers Final League Position 1st Community Shield Winners Premiership Winners League Cup Runners up European Supercup Winners 2026/27 Premiership Transfers Final League Position 1st Community Shield Winners Premiership Winners League Cup Runners up Champions Cup Winners The Challenge was almost completed in the 2024/25 season after lifting the Champions Cup for the first time, only to lose out on being crowned Premiership champions to Manchester City. The 2025/26 saw Oxford crowned Premiership champions but failed to progress past the 1st knockout stage of the Champions Cup. The challenge was completed in the 2026/27 season as Oxford City dominated England and Europe. 2026/27 Squad GK Thomas Moller - 3rd choice goalie with potential therefore has been on loan for the last few seasons. He was bought for £50k back in 2019 from Norwiegan club Odd Grenland and has made 6 appearances for Oxford Cty. GK Gustavo Casado - Backup/Experienced Goalie. Was brought in on a free transfer in 2025 and has made 30 league appearances for the club. GK Matt Hudson - 1st choice highly rated goalkeeper of the England National squad, Matt arrived from Leicester City for £450k in 2022 as a 17 year old. Has made 131 appearances for the club. DR Carlos Javier Garcia - A global superstar right back, Carlos cost Oxford City a whopping £24m from Deportivo in 2024 and has made 74 appearances. DR Bheki Maduna - Wonderkid right back was snatched from Frankfurt for 13m in 2025. Has made 61 appearances and scored 1 goal for the club. DL Alejandro Garcia - Joined Oxford in 2020 as a 17 year old from Defensor Sporting for £950k, Has gone on the make 194 appearances and scoring 2 goals for the club. DL Murat Kayaalp - Recent addition to the squad to cover for Alejandro, the Wonderkid Left back joined in 2026 from Besiktas for £4.8m. Has made 22 appearances for the club. DC Mario Osibov - Worlds best centre back, has been a loyal servent for Oxford since signing from Braga for £11.75m in 2022. 171 Appearances and 9 goals for Oxford City. DC Warren Nkosi - Club and Country captain, the ever present Nkosi joined from South African club Jomo Cosmos in 2021 for a tiny £55k. An excellent buy as he has made 216 appearances and scored a tidy 37 goals. DC Reece Leonard - Another New arrival, Future England centre back Reece was a costly purchase at £18m from Sunderland, but excellent English youth are quite scarce therefore pricey at this time. 19 appearances for the club. DC/DM Carl Bowerman - The Bolton Wanderers legend joined Oxford on a free transfer after leaving Bolton in 2026 on a bosman due to thier relegation from the premiership. The English International was welcomed with open arms and proved a vital player for the club. He has made 30 appearances and bagged 1 goal. DM Peter Smith - Joined in 2023 from Stoke for 5.5m, currently a backup but has made 96 appearances for the club. Also has scored 6 goals. DM Jackson - The Brazilian Anchor joined Oxford City in 2025 for £13m from Brazilian club Athletico Mineiro, has made 38 appearances and scored 2 goals. MC Lima - Another Brazilian, Experienced Lima has been part of the Oxford City Revolution since joining from Cenclerbirligi for £8.25m in 2021. 150 appearances and 13 goals for his club. Also Contributed with 34 Assists MC Patrick Blaauw - Top Name, Top Player, Global Superstar Blaauw signed for Oxford from FC Twente for £3.8m in 2022. He has made 156 appearances and scored 23 goals for his club. Also contributed with 55 Assists MC Diego Gonzalez - Wonderkid Midfeilder from Paraguay was brought in from HSV for £5.25m in 2025, gone on the make 56 appearances, scored 5 and assisted 17 times. ST Bob Lejoly - An Oxford City Icon, Since signing from R Standard de liege in 2021 for £3m, Bob has made 191 appearances for the club, scoring an incredible 120 times and assisting 46 times. ST Sihle Meyer - One of the top players in his role, South African Meyer is an explosive forward who scored 49 goals in 49 games for Porto, before being bought by Oxford City for a Hefty £26.5m in 2024. After 89 appearances, he's baged 54 goals and assisted 36 times. AM/ST Cristiano - This kid must of idolised Cristiano Ronaldo because he is just that kind of player, scores and creates plenty and also has a stunning free kick, the World Class Brazilian forward was this seasons World Player of the Year, Goalden boot award winner and champions cup best player, Signed from Ajax for £21m in 2025. After making 72 league appearances, he's scored 54 goals and assisted 31 times. ST Frank Jans - Joined from Dutch club ADO Den Haag for £1.4m in 2023, initially brought in as a rotation player, he impressed with 81 Appearances, 34 Goals and 6 assists. ST Rinat Matveev - The young Russian Striker recently joined from Spartak Moscow for £15m. As a rotation player he's made 24 appearances, scored 5 goals and made 4 assists. Team Report Still room for improvement although we dominate almost every game, thats down to our overloading stance on tactics using a no wingers style 4-1-2-3. Ive used the same tactic throughout my game adjusting only during the match depending on if im pushing for a goal or holding a lead, it works well home and away. Vs Barcalona Champions Cup Group Stage vs Arsenal Premiership vs Man U Premiershp vs Liverpool Premiership vs Chelsea Premiership vs Inter Champions Cup Semi Final 2nd Leg Finances As you can see ive always stayed in the black, its better to gain interest rather than pay it, therfore i do almost 100% of my player purchasing on 30-48 month deals, and if you can later sell that player for instant cash (and for profit), you end up with a nice bank balance and only have to worry about monthy outgoings, in the long run it helps. Although, Its too easy to go overboard with this technique and run yourself into serious trouble, but luckily for us, we're a major competion team and winning these trophys brings excellent cash rewards Clauses Lots of outgoings still remaining although easily controlable with Champions Cup participation. Oxford City Information Overview - ''Legend'' Facilities - Best Facilites around Affiliates Richest Club - Catching up, but i think the club needs a better stadium to take advantage History In 2014 we had a supporters trust takeover. In 2019 we moved into our new 12848 stadium and then increased to 19272 in 2022, In 2024 it was increased further to what it currently remains at 25696. Competitions Attendances Biggest Wins Hall Of Fame Best Player in my Game - Steven Savage I tried to sign this guy when he regen'd as a 16 year old youthie from Blackburn in 2018 back when we were establishing ourselves in the Championship, But he choose Liverpool instead. As gutted as i was i thought it'd still be intresting to follow this guys career as his stats were pretty amazing. The English World Superstar was later sold to Man City for a Massive £65m and £200k wages, although Oxford City were a premiership club at the time, our finances or reputaion couldn't match Man City. Here are his profile pics taken each year upto my current season. 16 years 17 years 18 years 19 years 20 years 21 years 22 years 23 years 24 years 25 years History He made his 1st cap at 18 years old, He has a CA of 198 and PA of 199. He currently would join Oxford City but only if i cough up up £100m+ and £200k - £295k wages lol Future Id like to carry on the game but im in 2 minds of what to do: a) resign as a Oxford City Legend and apply for another BSS/BSN club and turn them into world dominators, or b) to carry on managing Oxford City, But only allowed to buy English players, the aim to win again the Premeirship and Champions Cup with ONLY English players Either way ill be looking for an International Challenge, I recently rejected England, Spain, Brazil and Holland after the 2026 World Cup (Italy Beat England after penalties in the final) due to the rules. Long writeup, hope you enjoyed reading
  2. Tooting & Mitcham United FC - BSS - 2011/12 Leauge Table Position Graph PROMOTION!! With a more focused approach to tweaking my tactics to suit my players, things started falling into place winning my first 2 games 4-0 and 3-1, Good results followed up until winter when our form dropped, after a bad 6 game run, we picked up form again only to drop form once again at the end of the season. Achieved my pre-season aim for a playoff spot and luckily we scrapped through it, winning in the playoff final 2-1 after extra time. I also got a new chairman to impress. Cups Knocked early in FAC but made a quater final apperance in the FA Trophy cap. Transfers Released some dead wood, and gradually bought some key players. Squad A huge improvement from last year's bottom-end squad. Finances Dipped into the -£200k, then my new chairman took out a £250k loan, which leaves us currently at £50k in the black. Best Players Callum Whittaker DC - Was my first ever money purchase at £3.5k, rock at the back all season. Tyrone Thompson MC - Played great in my deep lying playmaker role. I usually find good players willing to join just before a season finishes, as they would retire due to having no club all season. And i landed these 2 this time around.. Henrik Ojamma AMR/ST - I was looking to use him to replace my current AMR but he's actually now my best striker. 3 International caps! Danny Parslow DC - Looks like a solid partner for Whittaker. Career Overview Season League Position Achievements -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2010/11 BSS 18th n/a 2011/12 BSS 4th Promotion/BSS Playoff Winners Next Season Having scraped though the BSS playoff's i think a reasonable target is a mid table position. Few players and a new scout are on my shopping list.
  3. That attempt ended being relegated smack-bang bottom of the table, so i reloaded and this time went with Tooting! Tooting & Mitcham United FC - BSS - 2010/11 League Table Position Graph Didnt get any of my transfer targets and had to settle with cheap backup's to fill the gaps as i let a bunch of players 2 stars or below leave, Rough season all in all as reflected by the graph, i gradually brought in players over the season and hopefully they will be my core players to build onto next season. Transfers - Few out, More in Squad Still pretty weak, funnily enough my worst striker was my top scorer, his tally almost convinced me to give him a new contract, but unfortunatly he'll be let go to make room for the new arrivals. Finances 100k in the red I even had over 1k per week wage budget spare, seems my match day expenses were the main culprit (well it is London after all). Career Overview Season League Position Achievements -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2010/11 BSS 18th n/a Next Season Attempt for a Playoff spot, its a big ask considering my current position but im hoping i can attract some better players.
  4. New Manager of Wealdstone, 1050 rep and 2000 capaticy, lets get started!
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