unitedmadandy

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  1. JonnyCurrie nice goal their with Nani Currently tinkering with a tactics set with Man Utd and i've got him playing as an AMR with Advanced Playmaker Attack role settings and he's ripping teams to pieces at moment he's beating opponents down the wing and getting good crosses in and he's also cutting in and scoring goals like in your clip plus dribbling through the defence and placing shots pass the keeper in 8 games he's our topscorer with 5 goals
  2. have decided to give this 1 more go before fm11 so here goes introducing Andrew Sarney the new manager of Hindsford FC of the Manchester Football League a level 11 team
  3. Had a pc crash and lost game and had no back up so calling it a day till fm11 comes andthen will start a new career then
  4. trying this using foley fc that i've got promoted from level 11 to league 1 going well 5 games into season my only concern is this in 5 games i have had all 5 of my left backs injured for at least 4 weeks the longest being out for 6 months about to have to use the under 18 who is rubbish as have no one left and transfer window is closed is there a reason why only the left back gets injured have had no other players injuried during preseason or league games so far
  5. Foley FC Season 8 2016-17 npower League 2 (Start Staffordshire Premier League Level 11) npower League 2- 3rd Place npower League 2 League Screenshots LeagueTable League Graph Team Stats Player Stats Manager Screenshots A ttributes Information Foley Information Best Eleven Finances Confidence Transfers 1 Transfers 2 Team Sheet Team Facilities Team Facts Team Overview Team Stats Best 11 Overall Records, Awards and Achievements Fans Player of the Year - Nico Maricic Outstanding Performer Nico Maricic ST
  6. Season 8 npower League 2 Media Prediction: 24th Board Prediction: Top Half Finish No backroom staff needed to be signed as they are all good enough for League 2 and also they had all agree new contracts at the end of last season. On the squad front, 10 players left the club as their contracts had expired. So a quick dip in the transfer market and 9 new players were signed in July, these players improve the squad to a standard that means we could push for promotion again this season. At the end of the season a further 13 players left due to retirement or refused to sign new contracts and where costing too much to have on rolling month to month contracts. Preseason was great with us P8 W3 D0 L 5 GF 9 GA 11. Our best result was a 4-0 win over Wycombe Wanderers. By the end of preseason the new players had fitted in and they understood how I want them to play, which hopefully will bring us more success this season. The league campaign started with a 0-1 loss at home to Leyton Orient. The league campaign was good with us still having a chance of winning the league with 6 games to go but a few poor results due to team injuries meant we could only finish 3rd with a record of P46 W24 D15 L7 GF98 GA57 Pts 87. This seasons FA Cup saw us enter at the 1st Round, getting to the 2nd Round losing 1-0 to Leyton Orient. We also participated in the Carling Cup losing 3-1 to Barnsley in round 1, also entered the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy losing on penalities after a 1-1 draw with Carlisle. League Position: 3rd Graph Cups: FA Cup, Carling Cup, Johnstone’s Paint Trophy. Fans Player of the Season: Nico Maricic. My Player of the Season: Nico Maricic. Signing of the Season: - Chris Fagan. Finances: Loss of (£173,251)
  7. Been busy last couple of weeks but finally have completed another season
  8. Season 7 Blue Square Premier League Media Prediction: 20th Board Prediction: Top Half Finish He we go again our 7th new division in as many years. This preseason started with me not having to sign any backroom staff as they are all good enough for this level and also they had all agree new contracts at the end of last season, so not having to find staff meant training over the summer was unaffected for once. Also at the start of the season our link with Walsall was severed but this wasn’t a problem as Derby County came along and offered £16,800 a season to be our new parent club, which I quickly accepted as this would cover the loan repayments for the season as the board had taken a loan out when they took over last season to clear the debts. On the squad front, 8 players left the club as their contracts had expired and another 21 were let go over the season. So a quick foray into the transfer market and 7 new players were signed in July and 2 more were bought in during September, also our parent loan a good central midfielder to in October, so the squad should be able to push for top half finish. The best of these signings for this season I think will be the goalkeeper on a free from Lancaster City who goes straight in as 1st choice keeper, also 3 gems for the future were among the signs a good left back, right back and striker looking towards the future as they were free. Who at the moment are good back-ups for this season but will hopefully be 1st choice next season or the one after as they are only 18 so I’m going to nurture them and bring them on gradually a bit like Sir Alex does by playing them in cups and games that don’t matter too much. And over the course of the season, I started working on improving the squad further ready for the next season or two. So off went the scouts and working on the principle of bringing in the youth for the future some nice signings were made, in total a further 10 players were signed, and 14 youth and reserve players were loaned out at different times over the season to get 1st team experience, and some went on loan more than once. Preseason was good with all the new signings fitting in well and we managed to P7 W2 D3 L2 GF7 GA6, our best result was a 1-1 draw with GH Academy, and finally a preseason were we scored more than we let in. By the end of preseason the team understood how I want them to play, which hopefully will bring us more success this season. The league campaign started with a 0-0 win at home to Northampton Town who were relegated last season from League Two, which I think is a good start so hopefully things can go well from here. The Blue Square Premier was won with a game to spare and we finished with a record of P46 W26 D13 L7 GF70 GA41 Pts 91. This seasons FA Cup saw us enter at the 4th Qualifying Round and getting to the 1st Round Proper, losing 4-0 to Rotherham at Don Valley Stadium. We also entered the FA Trophy reaching the 2nd Round losing 2-0 to Droylsden. League Position: 1st Graph Cups: FA Cup, FA Trophy. Fans Player of the Season: Graeme Faulds My Player of the Season: Ryan Kendall who played 39 times scoring 14 assisting in 7 more goals and his all-round stats supporting the rest of the squad. Signing of the Season: Ryan Kendall for the above reasons. Finances: Loss of (£142,650)
  9. Foley FC Season 7 2015-16 Blue Square Premier (Start Staffordshire Premier League Level 11) Blue Square Premier - 1st Place Blue Square Premier League Screenshots LeagueTable League Graph Team Stats Player Stats Manager Screenshots A ttributes Information Foley Information Best Eleven Finances Confidence Transfers 1 Transfers 2 Team Sheet Team Facilities Team Facts Team Overview Team Stats Best 11 Overall Records, Awards and Achievements Fans Player of the Year - Graeme Faulds Manager of the Year - Andrew Sarney Outstanding Performer Ryan Kendall ST
  10. STOP PRESS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Foley FC are now a npower Football League Two team. Full update to follow
  11. Foley FC Season 5 2014-15 Blue Square South (Start Staffordshire Premier League Level 11) Blue Square South- 1st Place Blue Square South League Screenshots League Table League Graph Team Stats Player Stats Manager Screenshots Attributes Information Foley Information Best Eleven Finances Confidence Transfers 1 Transfers 2 Team Sheet Team Facilities Team Facts Team Overview Team Stats Best 11 Overall Records, Awards and Achievements Fans Player of the Year - Adam Virgo Manager of the Year - Andrew Sarney Outstanding Performer Adam Virgo MC
  12. Season 6 Blue Square North League Media Prediction: 9th Board Prediction: Top Half Finish Our sixth new division in as many years, so I’m beginning to wonder what this team can actually achieve. The closed season started, most of the backroom staff stayed this time so only had to sign 3 coaches to have the full complement the board would allow, this gave me 1 decent coach per training schedule. So in came, an aerobic coach, a defensive coach, and a set piece coach and 4 new scouts were hired as the old scouts said I couldn’t meet their demands. On the squad front, over the course of the season 30 players left the club as their contracts had expired, they no longer fitted into the plans for the season, or won’t be good enough for this league. So into the transfer market I went with all guns blazing, to improve the squad in a way to mount a challenge for promotion. During July I got 9 players to agree to sign for us, the best of these is Tom Fisher a deep lying forward in a support role for £40,000 from FC United. I also managed to get Adam Virgo to sign to bolster the centre of the defence along with Carl Tremarco at left back. Over the season we signed a further 7 players to improve the squad ready for next season. Preseason was okay with the new players gelling well and we had a record of P7 W2 D3 L2 GF5 GA7, our best result was a 0-0 draw with Walsall our parent club. The team looked like they understand how I wanted them to play, which bodes well for the season ahead. The league campaign started with a 1-0 win at home to AFC Telford who have played at this level or higher so this was a good result and hopefully a sign of things to come. This season also saw the club taken over, a group of fans calling themselves the Fans Consortium. This was good as they cleared the £142,000 debt but didn’t make any funds available for transfers, which was disappointing. But at least the club is now financially secure, so at least we aren’t staring administration in the face, only trouble is now we have to repay the bank £1,500 per month to the bank, which could put us back in trouble unless we can have a couple of cup runs. The league was won yet again on the last day of the season and we finished with a record of P42 W29 D7 L6 GF72 GA32 Pts 94. This seasons FA Cup saw us enter at the 2nd Qualifying Round advancing to the 2nd Round Proper, losing 3-0 to Stockport County FC at Edgeley Park. We also participated in the FA Trophy reaching the 1st Round losing 1-0 to Cheltenham Town FC. League Position: 1st Graph Cups: FA Cup, FA Trophy. Fans Player of the Season: Adam Virgo My Player of the Season: Tom Fisher not just for his 13 goals but the other 12 assists as well. Signing of the Season: Adam Virgo a rock in defence but he also contributed with 15 goals, this being that he’s the main penalty taker. Finances: Loss of (£48,762)
  13. hi guys been away so haven't played for 10 days just finishing last few games of season so will update soon
  14. on laptops its ctrl+P to print screenshots
  15. Foley FC Season 5 2013-14 Unibond Premier League (Start Staffordshire Premier League Level 11) Unibond Premier League- 1st Place Unibond Premier League Screenshots League Table League Graph Team Stats Player Stats Manager Screenshots Attributes Information Foley Information Best Eleven Finances Confidence Transfers 1 Transfers 2 Team Sheet Team Facilities Team Facts Team Overview Team Stats Best 11 Overall Records, Awards and Achievements Fans Player of the Year - Ryan Green Manager of the Year - Andrew Sarney League Player of the Year - Clive Mullen Outstanding Performer Clive Mullen (MC)