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  1. Oh, I don't want this. I'm saying what the peanut gallery want
  2. FIFA graphics and the ability to spend some of the wages you've accumulated
  3. Internationally, it's happened to me. I took over the Netherlands, quit and re-took them over about 4/5 seasons later
  4. Same save I've had for the last 3/4 years. RKC Waalwijk, youth only
  5. RKC Waalwijk August 2035 Transfer Window Targets: So, the board want me to win the Double for a third time in a row??. No pressure. I'm also hoping for a deep run in the UEFA Champions League to show that we're close to winning it Transfers: Just the two players left the club for actual money. Also, because Rijinsburge Boys got a windfall over the summer, they ended our feeder club agreement, so we went and signed an agreement with PEC Zwolle Lars Nijkamp (sold to De Graafschap for £55k) Reserve defender who was never going higher. Bye Jesper Bogaers (sold to FC Volendam for £750k) Backup winger who was moaning about games. As we had a good U-19's cover, it was time to let him go
  6. RKC Waalwijk 2035/36 UEFA Champions League Forgot to snap the other groups, but we've FINALLY been given a 1st seed and, accordingly, we should qualify.
  7. RKC Waalwijk 15th August 2035 UEFA Super Cup San Mames, Bilbao RKC Waalwijk 1 - 2 Real Madrid C.F So very annoyed at this game. We had Madrid where we needed them all game, only for their second goal to look like a goalie blunder, but it never was noted as such This is for the goal and it's definitely a keeper blunder, FFS
  8. RKC Waalwijk 4th August 2035 Johan Cruijff Schaal ING Stadium, Waalwijk RKC Waalwijk 1 - 1 PSV Eindhoven (RKC win 4-3 on pens)
  9. RKC Waalwijk Academy Watch: Class of 2030 In this section, we'll look at my historical youth intakes. At the end of every season, I'll go back and look at an intake from my time here at RKC and see if the key prospects worked out? Or if they flamed out, never to be seen again. Intake #12. It's the Class of 2030. This was it. The best prospect I have ever seen come through an academy of mine. We'll concentrate on the 3* prospects and up, unless there are any significant deviations. We had Thom de Vlieger, Sam Bakkenes and Jordie de Looijer as our 3* and up. Thom de Vlieger Then: 16 years old, RKC Waalwijk Now: 21 years old, RKC Waalwijk Thom was the best prospect to come through my academy and probably one of the best Dutch defensive prospects ever. Currently he's made 149 appearances for the club in all competitions, scoring 11 goals and assisting 53 times for an average match rating of 7.51. Thom has amassed a domestic trophy haul in his short career that would be the envy of many long-serving players! So far, he has three Eredivisie winners medals, 3 KNVB Beker winners medals and 3 Johan Cruijff Schaal winners medals. Sadly he missed out on the recent UEFA Europa League triumph due to a serious injury. Personally, he has won the Eredivisie Young Player of the Year and the UEFA Champions League Defender of the Season Thom has been a mainstay for the Netherlands senior side, winning 45 caps and scoring two goals, the first goal coming against Montenegro in March 2033, with the first cap coming two years earlier in March 2031 against San Marino. Thom has won the UEFA U-21 Tournament in 2031 and, after graduating to the senior side, has won the UEFA Nations League twice (2033 & 2035), the FIFA Confederations Cup (2033), UEFA Euro 2032 and the 2034 FIFA World Cup. Personally, he has won the Euro 2032 Best Young Player and 2034 FIFA World Cup Best Player awards Sam Bakkenes Then: 15 years old, RKC Waalwijk Now: 20 years old, RKC Waalwijk Sam graduated from the academy at a time when we were very short on attacking talent. Club icon Sam van Weert was doing the business, but we weren't getting anywhere else. So far, he has made 126 appearances for the club in all competitions, scoring 74 goals and assisting 14 times for an average match rating of 7.20. Sam has also amassed a decent haul of trophies, winning two Eredivisie titles, three KNVB Beker titles, a UEFA Europa League title and two Johan Cruijff Schaal's. Personally, Sam has won the Eredivisie Top Goalscorer award on three occasions, the UEFA European Golden Boy award and the Eredivisie Young Player of the Year award Sam has made 8 appearances for the Netherlands senior side with his debut coming against Azerbaijan in March 2033. Sam's only goal so far came in the 2034 FIFA World Cup, scoring in an Second Round 8-0 rout of Romania. Sam has won three tournaments with the senior side however; the UEFA Nations League twice and the 2034 FIFA World Cup. Jordie de Looijer Then: 15 years old, RKC Waalwijk Now: 21 years old, RKC Waalwijk Jordie was seen as a backup for the first team when he arrived, but graduated into the starting winger whenever we played with wingers. So far, he has played 82 games for the club in all competitions, scoring 24 goals and assisting 21 times for an average match rating of 7.19 . As for trophies, Jordie has been part of this 'golden generation' and has got two Eredivisie winners medals to go with his two KNVB Beker winners medals and the two Johan Cruijff Schaal medals he has won. Jordie has only appeared as high as the Netherlands U-21 side, making 10 appearances and scoring 3 goals as he won the 2032 Toulon Tournament and the 2033 UEFA U-20 European Elite League with the U-20's and the 2034 UEFA U-21 European Championship. Personally, Jordie won the UEFA U-21 European Championship Golden Boot award. This was a good intakefor the below 3* rated players, as four players (Seuntjens, Ozdogan, Bogaers, Thijssen) all appeared for the first team in the season just gone and one (Schapendonk) was sold for £10m
  10. Magnificent work, @Makoto Nakamura. Truly the best save of the year
  11. RKC Waalwijk 2035/36 Pre-Season Depth Chart So, each season, I will post up a depth chart of the players in my main formation. It will consist of First Team, Backup & Youth... if I have them. We're chugging away quite nicely right now for players, but we do need to start retraining players for positions, otherwise we'll see an issue when injuries or player sales bite (Lineups accurate on 13:00, 06 July 2035) Goalkeeper Bradley Knopper Steven Seuntjens Wim de Bie Right Back Centre Back Centre Back Left Back Colin Ajiach Jordi Huisman David Karreman Thom de Vlieger Tom Thijssen Ruud Propper Berry Jansen Dennis van Leeuwen Cody Ogenia Teun van Osch Defensive Midfield Mark Linders Teun Veerman Vincent Ippel Right Midfield Centre Midfield Centre Midfield Left MIdfield Jordie de Looijer Rutger Warmolts Frans Jansen Bjorn Wolf Ya'Acov Biton Dennis Kluivert Scott Langerak Thomas de Groot Jesper Bogaers Jesse Bakermans Veli Özdoğan Olvido Dilrosun Striker Sam Bakkenes Kees Bastiaansen Sam van Weert The only glaring changes are the left hand side, with two new players vying for Bjorn Wolf's spot. Record appearance holder Mark Wijks has dropped off the chart this season, where this season, hopefully he'll transition to a backroom role
  12. RKC Waalwijk Eredivisie: Finished in 1st place (predicted 1st) - Champions, qualified for UEFA Champions League An unbeaten season! We won the league at a canter, finishing 1st in the Eredivisie. Being 12 points ahead of second--placed PSV Eindhoven and 26 ahead of third-placed AFC Ajax Amsterdam meant that I was able to concentrate on the cups and evolved some youth talent into the first team. We scored at a 2.38 goals-per-game rate and conceded 0.38 goals per game. We've had the joint best defensive record since 2018 also this season, only AFC Ajax Amsterdam putting more than one goal in a game past us in the league. Final Table - Season Results Aug - Dec | Jan - May KNVB Beker: Winners (predicted Final) One, two three times winners, baby! We struggled past Tweede Divisie opposition in VV Katwijk, only winning 1-0 in the First Round, before dispatching another Tweede Divisie side, De Treffers 4-0 in the Second Round. We were then paired up with midtable Keuken Kampoen Divisie side Roda JC Kerkrade in the Third Round and a walkover 5-0 win saw us breeze into the Quarter Finals, where we faced perennial European qualifiers sc Heerenveen, winning easily 3-1, despite missing a penalty. In the Semi Finals, we easily rolled over former Final opponents from two seasons ago, NAC Breda 1-0. This put us into the Final where we faced Vitesse Arnhem for the second year running. The Vitesse manager and I had beef, so I trashed him in the press and went 3-0 up in 20 mins, eventually triumphing 4-1 to give us our third cup success in a row and fourth in five seasons. Cup Results UEFA Champions League: Lost in Group Stage (predicted Group Stage) UEFA Europa League: Winners (predicted Second Knockout Stage) qualified for UEFA Super Cup Our fifth season in Europe's premier competition, finally qualifying directly for the group stage. Sadly, we couldn't match last season's heroics, dumped from 1st to 3rd in the final group game, in a group containing Paris Saint-Germain, Bayer 04 Leverkusen and Anderlecht. This put us into the UEFA Europa League. Boavista Futbol Clube, were our opponents for the First Knockout Round. But an easy 5-1 aggregate victory saw us sail into the Second Knockout Round where we were to face German giants Borussia Dortmund. And our fears were well-realised as they turned a 1-0 HT deficit in the home leg into a late 1-2 win. We got our revenge in Germany though, conducting a smash and grab to get a 1-0 win and go through 2-2 on away goals. Italy was where our Quarter Final opponent lay as we were to face Brescia Calcio. They proved rather lightweight however as we humiliated them 7-1 on aggregate.. Into the Semi Finals of a European competition for the second time in two seasons and we face French opposition in the shape of Girondins de Bordeaux. They, like Brescia, were also bounced to the kerb as we took them to the cleaners with a 7-3 aggregate victory.. This put us into our first ever European Final where we would face AS Monaco FC. We'd faced them one time previously in European football, losing 2-3 on aggregate in the 2031/32 UEFA Champions League. However, a third minute goal from Dragan Oosterveld and two more first half goals saw us run out comfortable 3-0 winners. We'd won our first European trophy!!! Champions League Results ¦ Europa League Results Awards Review Stats Commercial Summary Domination. Next stop. The Champions League
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