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  1. Was away on holiday, sorry for not posting. Great work on your part, Ridleys. Keep it up! Also, can you change your formation? If so, I would like to sell Carrick for Jose Enrique. Thanks.
  2. Username: No Email Team Name: Espionage n' Elephants Formation: 3-4-3 Goalkeeper: Edwin van der Sar (4.80) Defenders: Jamie Carragher (6.75) Micah Richards (5.75) Nemanja Vidic (13.50) Midfielders: Deco (8.00) Dirk Kuyt (7.50) Michael Carrick (7.25) Frank Lampard (21.00) Strikers: Emmanuel Adebayor (12.25) Fernando Torres (18.50) Pavlyuchenko (13.75) Captain: Fernando Torres Total Value: 119.05
  3. Same problem here too.
  4. Not any more. Reserve list 1. Ridleys 2. Roberto922 3. No Email
  5. Hey guys, I'm guilty of completely forgetting about this. I don't remember forgetting it but I don't remember remembering it either. Anyway, this could be back for FM09, but only if anyone can think of a way to make it less tedious, as time will not be on my side once the year starts, although I have spare time for now.
  6. Take over by adding a new manager and retiring the old one, since there's already an existing manager at AFC Wimbledon.
  7. West Ham United finally get their chance to shine!
  8. Would love a mirror.
  9. Search his post history for an obvious explanation.
  10. It might be the mental or technical attributes, otherwise an oversight by the AI teams. I'm running the matches on full detail, therefore, if your player doesn't do well when played, maybe he lacks the above 2 types of attributes. I'm going overseas from 1 June to 10 June so no updates then, if I do bring a laptop, I may type up some when bored.
  11. Walsall is in League One.
  12. Season 3: 1 September 2009 Football League Academy: Just 4 games into the season and FLA sit on top of the table with 4 wins and 10 goals (for), with 4 goals from Pericard. Their spending this window is significantly lower than that of the last one, signing Richard Wright from West Ham on a free, Joe Lewis from Scunthorpe for 575k, Stephen Craigan from Shef Utd for 3k, Jon Harley from Crewe for 130k and Stephen Wright from Shef Utd for 275k. For exits, Ian Maxwell and Kasey Keller have both been released and Matty Hollands has been sold to Wolves for 22k and Scott Cuthbert to West Brom for 975k. Will FLA be able to maintain their form? Ben Whitehead Watch: Ben Whitehead has started in all 5 of Walsall's games, unfortunately amassing no goals, assists, nor MoMs, with an average rating of 6.60.
  13. Player Statistics: Profile Pictures (Sort 'em out): Player Updates: International Updates: James Butler has gained his 10th Andorra cap Dean Hoo has gained his 1st Portugal U21s cap Juan King has gained his 10th Kazakhstan cap Brendan Petersen has gained his 10th Liechtenstein cap Boris Sanchez has gained his 1st Holland U19s cap Ben Whitehead has gained his 1st England U19s cap Club Statistics: Most appearances: 1. Ben Whitehead (Walsall) AM L 46 2. Callum Evealdo (Oldham) D C 45 2. Juan King (Leeds) D R/C 45 Most starts: 1. Ben Whitehead (Walsall) AM L 46 2. Callum Everaldo (Oldham) D C 40 3. Alonso Sanchez (Doncaster) ST 38 Most goals: 1. Alasdair Riley (Millwall) ST 11 2. Alonso Sanchez (Doncaster) ST 9 3. Sneaky Ninja (Leyton Orient) ST 8 Most assists: 1. Alonso Sanchez (Doncaster) ST 13 2. Loan Maan (Southend) AM L 4 3. Mike Billcliffe (Huddersfield) ST 3 3. Alasdair Riley (Millwall) ST 3 Most MOMs: 1. Alasdair Riley (Millwall) ST 4 2. Callum Everaldo (Oldham) D C 2 2. Sneaky Ninja (Leyton Orient) ST 2 2. Alonso Sanchez (Doncaster) ST 2 International Statistics: Most appearences: 1. Brendan Petersen (Liechtenstein) ST 8 2. James Butler (Andorra) D C 7 3. Juan King (Kazakhstan) D R/C 4 Most starts: 1. Brendan Petersen (Liechtenstein) ST 8 2. James Butler (Andorra) D C 7 3. Juan King (Kazakhstan) D R/C 4 Most goals: 1. Brendan Petersen (Liechtenstein) ST 2 Most assists; None Most MOMs: None Season Summary: Great season for players like Alasdair Riley and Alonso Sanchez whom played much more in Season 2 and Season 1. Not so great season for the likes of Brendan Petersen (Was played in season 1, wasn't this season), Jack Sheppard (Was never played) and Dean Hoo (Played significantly less). Much to my surprise, Swansea, whom have 3 players with them, finished a solid 8th in the Championship while Crewe and their 2 players go down. Those in the Championship next season are: G Bear, Ian Bryant, Ben Chia, Alasdair Riley, Steven Stevens and the 3 from Swansea (Mathias Brunckhorst, Madreas Carridias and Matt Cowton) The players in League 2 this season all stay there except for Alonso Sanchez, whom drove Doncaster up. Joining them will be James Butler whom peformed well internationally but was never really given a chance to play at Rotherham. Overall, much progress has occured and next season will definitely be an exciting one. The new "watch" is the "Ben Whitehead Watch", hopefully he doesn't flop.
  14. Season 2: 1st June 2009 Football League Academy: After all that spending, FLA finished top of League 2 with a whopping 112 points, scoring 99 goals and winning 34 matches.Vincent Peicard and Michael Coulson were the only ones in double figures, sharing 43 goals overall. P46 W34 D10 L2 F99 A29 GD+70 Pts112 Player Stats: Team Records: Final Standings: Premier League: Championship: League One: League Two: La Liga: Serie A: Ligue 1: Bundesliga: Eredivisie: Bwin Liga: