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Andora

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  1. Season 2 We had an excellent season. I did had to throw around the tactics after the first 5 games as we were in the relegation zone but after that we did not have to look back and even managed to get European football next year. Key point in terms of signings was that Scotland has some good quality players that do not mind a loan spell in Ireland. [/url] It was good to see that my youth product became our top goal scorer for the season with 25 goals. Breadner on loan from Scotland had the most assists. Finlay Sinclair-Smith was fan's player of the season. [/url] We had some quick exits in the cups, both cases to rivals Cork City so it is good that they got relegated. We did manage to extend our Munster cup title. Statistics [/url] England 0/12 Scotland 0/7 Ireland 2/8 (Munster Senior Cup 2019 + 2020 , Airtricity First Division 2019) Northern Ireland 0/10 Wales 0/5 European/World 0/5 International 0/3 Total 2/50
  2. Season 1 So took over from the start this time and on the full FM version. No badges but semi-pro reputation. The league went pretty well and managed to secure it one game for the end with a draw, I was afraid I would bottle it again like I did on FMT on the last day. The squad itself was pretty decent. I only added three players that I thought were needed to make the team a bit more complete, Langan on RB, Sinclair-Smith on the ML position and Raftery as DM and backup CB. We ended up with the best scoring offense and 2nd best defense of the league. Brian Murphy was our goal scorer with 16 goals and Ian Turner had 14 assists. Ian Turner also won fan's player of the season. I managed to beat arch rivals Cork City in the Munster Senior Cup. In the EA Sports Cup I got kicked out of the quarter finals against Dundalk (Derry City won it in the end) and a bitter defeat against rivals Cork in the FAI Ford Cup quarter finals (Dundalk winning it). Statistics England 0/12 Scotland 0/7 Ireland 2/8 (Munster Senior Cup 2019 , Airtricity First Division 2019) Northern Ireland 0/10 Wales 0/5 European/World 0/5 International 0/3 Total 1/50
  3. Back again Same team, this time on the full FM and I started at the start of the Irish season.
  4. Just wanted to say great job on the updates! Looking forward to trying to get Ruch back to the top
  5. I have to restart the challenge, seems my game did not get saved correctly to the cloud
  6. Season 3 So I had to change some things around with my tactic, not only because of the new ME but also because the board got used to our high finishes from last season and was expecting a minimum of promotion playoffs. At the end of the season I just accepted the faith that I will have to return to the First Division to win it either by relegation or with a different team because we managed to finish 3rd in the league and we won the promotion playoffs. + side is that I finally get a bigger wage budget to work with, at the halfway point of the season I got offered several jobs with the other teams in the league and I noticed that most of them have at least 100k EUR per year more wage budget then what I was working with. When it comes to the cups, damn fierce rivals Cork City destroyed our chances of any. Still managed a quarter final spot in the Ford Cup (this cup is also good for the finances). Statistics England 0/12 Scotland 0/7 Ireland 1/8 (Munster Cup 2020) Northern Ireland 0/10 Wales 0/5 European/World 0/5 International 0/3 Total 1/50
  7. Newry.. lovely city had to cross through it often when travelling from Belfast to Dublin and back.
  8. In the first post it is stated that you can set any experience or badges if you want. I am using FMT so I cannot set badges but I have set my experience to semi-pro because that was the level I was playing at IRL
  9. Congrats on the cup win at least! For me the new ME hit hard so have to tinker around with the tactics again to get it to start working again :D
  10. Decided to join in this challenge, but running it on FMT. Joined Cobh Ramblers 17 games into their season. Season 1 Managed to sneak into the promotion playoffs during the second half of the season. Managed to get to the final but Shelbourne were too strong in the end. To be honest, didn't really mind it because I need to win the First Division title first Also managed to get myself into the semi final of the FAI Ford Cup, so after this the board were naturally happy with the turnaround and offered me a new contract. Season 2 With no money in the bank I managed to convince some English youngsters to hop across and join the team. Although not part of my club vision I did sign only U23 players with the hopes of selling them later for some cash. With this team I did continued on where we ended last season and were even close to winning the title but we bottled it in the last game against Galway However we did manage to snag the Munster Cup so that is one trophy down. Statistics England 0/12 Scotland 0/7 Ireland 1/8 (Munster Cup 2020) Northern Ireland 0/10 Wales 0/5 European/World 0/5 International 0/3 Total 1/50
  11. Hi knap, do you have or are you planning a SUS version of this tactic?
  12. AM means Assistant Manager, so leaving him in charge of setting up trainings
  13. Gave it a half season with Aachen, title candidate in the 3. Liga in Germany.
  14. Finished my first season with Celtic, without spending any money (just got Grella and Boenisch for squad depth) I won the league (27-10-1) and the league cup. Lost in the first knockout round of the CL against Chelsea (4-1 and 0-4) and in the Scottish cup semi's against Motherwell.
  15. Finished my first season with Celtic, without spending any money (just got Grella and Boenisch for squad depth) I won the league (27-10-1) and the league cup. Lost in the first knockout round of the CL against Chelsea (4-1 and 0-4) and in the Scottish cup semi's against Motherwell.
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