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Everything posted by Deisler26

  1. You're clearly forgetting the North Korean guy in Die Another Day
  2. Really hoping they go in detail for the English leagues. I watch Fulham Women in the London & South East Combination League and I'd love to manage them!
  3. Was top in October (not that it means much )
  4. Just lost half my season in a crash and I have no desire to go back through. Therefore this save is ended. Was a fun experiment and something I will take into my FM22 save!
  5. August Transfer Window 2026 Targetmantargetmantargetmantargetmantargetman Transfers IN: AMRL/ST Vladimir Baran (£52k, AC Sparta Prague) Work Rate: 14, Pace 12 - DNA: Passed Vladimir was coming to the end of his contract at Sparta and I was willing to wait for it to expire, but there were teams sniffing around him by the end and I had to pull the trigger early ST Thorsten Adlung (£625k, FC Hansa Rostock) Work Rate: 16, Pace 13 - DNA: Passed The youngster from Rostock was flagged up just days after the transfer window ended, so I scouted and stalked him and then pulled the trigger on a deal which will see him become our main target man. Needs Strength training however. Transfers OUT: DC Luca van der Gaag (£250k, Fortuna Sittard) DC Uwe Hansen (£85k, DSC Arminia Bielefeld) AMR/ST Thomas Harant (£100k, SC Holstein Kiel) We got no profit and 77 games out of van der Gaag, but we had yutes to accommodate and he was the only one who was wanted. Auf Wiedersehen!
  6. I'd say the Vanarama National. Hard to get out of, lots of games.
  7. He’s a menace in the 3.Bundesliga on my save
  8. Money, money, money.... So, an extra £1.5m in free money this early in the season. Very tasty.
  9. I'll probably leave it at that point, tbh
  10. I hope so. That’ll be 14 Work Rate, 14 Pace and 12 Technique, if we get there. It wasn’t Kai that replaced Frank, it was a loanee from Dortmund and he didn’t want to return, so we needed at least one, if not two. With regards to Schiele, he’s coming back for next season on loan, but we have the cover if he does go
  11. 2026/27 Season Preview Last season was close, but not close enough. This season, we've had our expectations raised to finish in Top Half of 2.Bundesliga and reach the Second Round of the DfB-Pokal again. To be . We've also been given a stonking wage budget of £356k p/w and £5.4m in transfer funds! We're seriously lacking a target man as our loanee saviour refused to come back and we were left with a 32 year old player who was a backup when we first came to the club. The first team currently looks like this on July 1 As you can see, we're fully fit for our 2.Bundesliga DNA settings apart from Kai Brünker, who is a backup at best, so our needs are replacing him ASAP.
  12. Goal of the Season It took to the last day of the season, but Marcel von Walsleben-Schied took the prize with a thunderous strike.
  13. 2025/26 End of Season Review We out-performed ourselves this season as we didn't really have a squad to compete and yet we were in the hunt for promotion for 33 of the 34-game season. Sadly we fell short and finished 4th in 2.Bundesliga in the end. We improved our defense somewhat, finishing one place higher in 15th for Goals Conceded and, again, finishing 1st in Goals Scored. Season Results: July - Dec Season Results: Jan - May A 4-1 win in extra time over SSV Jahn Regensburg saw us play the team we beat last year, FC Heidenheim 1848, and they got their revenge by winning 2-3.
  14. The Magdeburg Football Paper 9 May 2026 20:30 Voith-Arena, Heidenheim 1.FC Heidenheim 1848 0-0 1.FC Magdeburg 'Dream Dies In Dullness' A clear night in Heidenheim saw Magdeburg trying to keep the pressure on Fortuna Düsseldorf in the 2.Bundesliga playoff race. No real changes in the first team for this match, and the crowd seemed in good voice as they cheered on the club in this late game. The first half was much like the previous game when there wasn't much action. Mikki van Sas was called into action midway through as a through ball set the opposition striker clear, but Van Sas saved with his legs in the one-on-one situation. Magdeburg attacked on the counter, but all too often, the attack petered out. Half time was called in this deadlock almost bang on 45 mins, with only the two yellow cards for Magdeburg The deadline was almost broken on 65 minutes as a wide open Heidenheim player thought he'd cushioned a volley into the empty net. Only to find Van Sas materialising, as if out of thin air to claw the ball away. A double substitution soon followed as the under-performing full backs were replaced by Marcel von Walseben-Shied and Enes Küçük. The game was coming to it's conclusion and with it, Magdeburg's hopes of promotion. On 89 mins, a Heidenheim throw in, next to the Magdeburg goaline, turned into a lightning quick counter. The ball ended up with a rampaging Matthias Hartmann who's beautiful dink over the top of the defence from just outside the right hand side of the box found Kristoffer Krebs to stab the ball home. Sadly, Krebs was rightfully found to be offside. No Goal!. Barely two minutes later, a long ball down the left channel found Krebs and he outpaced the defender and curled the ball past the keeper's despairing dive. Sadly for Magdeburg, the ball thundered down off the crossbar and out to take away their last chance of scoring. As the final whistle blew, it didn't matter in the end as Düsseldorf won their game and with it, ended Magdeburg's chances of promotion with a game to go MOTM: Mikki van Sas (7.5)
  15. The Magdeburg Football Paper 3 May 2026 13:30 MDCC-Arena, Magdeburg 1.FC Magdeburg 4-1 FC Ingolstadt 04 Rosanas 45........................................................Pululu 60 Hartmann 48 Gerdes 90 Adam 90+6 'Vorsprung durch Punkte' Magdeburg did their cause the world of good and relegation haunted Ingolstadt's the opposite with a comfortable win A dull and lifeless first half was mercifully brought to it's end by the half time whistle. There were no shots, no cards and no interest at all. The Magdeburg manager must have gone all out for the second half as within the first minute, a ball played out to the targetman Ngoyi found him in the right-hand channel. Under pressure, he laid the ball off into the path of a surging run from Sergi Rosanas, who skipped past one tackle, going east-to-west across the edge of the box, before swivelling and rolling home a shot into the opposite corner, leaving the keeper with no chance to make it 1-0. Barely a few moments later, an overload on the left saw us 4 on 1 with the left back. Krebs' cross was met at the far post by Matthias Hartmann, who's header across goal couldn't be kept out and made it 2-0. The game then took on a bit more of a funeral procession with the ball bogged down in midfield like the first half. However, on 60 mins, a calamitous error occurred in the Magdeburg defence as Louis Shiele held onto the ball for too long under pressure, then tried to square the ball to Lars Bohne, who was unprepared for the short ball. The Ingolstadt striker dispossessed him and burst through to put the ball under Van Sas to bring the score back to 2-1. The game then deteriorated into the same rubbish we'd seen in the entire first half. Ngoyi has a goal ruled out for offside on 72 minutes and Magdeburg started to ramp the pressure up again. A lot of niggly fouls started creeping in to the game from both sides and as the 4th official put up his board for 5 extra minutes, the ball was received by Dirk Gerdes in his own half. Putting on the afterburners, he beat one tackle and burst through two more on a 75 yard run, which ended him finishing into the far corner brilliantly to restore our two-goal lead at 3-1. Just as the referee was about to blow for full time, Josh Adam decided to emulate Gerdes and conducted his own solo goal from 70 yards, beating three players and the keeper at his near post to make it 4-1 at the death. MOTM: Sergi Rosanas (7.6)
  16. Egg on our faces FFS. This is frustrating.
  17. The Magdeburg Football Paper 25 April 2026 13:00 Millerntor Stadium, Hamburg FC St. Pauli 1-3 1.FC Magdeburg Matanovic 18..................................Hartmann 8 ..........................................................Ngoyi 48, 63 'Bienvue to Promotion?' Huge scenes in St.Pauli yesterday afternoon as Magdeburg, needing a win to keep their faint promotion hopes alive, beat St. Pauli 3-1 to keep themselves in the race. The scoring was opened early on by young starlet Matthias Hartmann, as he seized on Krebs's through ball after good work by Krebs and Ngoyi on the edge of the area. His weak shot looked easy, but it squirmed under the keeper and into the net to put Magdeburg 1-0 up. Sadly the lead lasted just ten minutes as a cross from the right into the 'corridor of uncertainty' saw the St.Pauli striker nip inbetween van der Gaag and van Sas and glance the ball home for 1-1. Mikki van Sas looked especially sharp and two or three saves ended up in the 'world class' catagory. By contrast, Kristoffer Krebs was having an appalling night, beating the defence, the offside trap and the keeper, before seeing his shot roll agonisingly wide. He then had a shot on the turn thunder off the top of the crossbar. But for all our endeavour, we got to half time, drawing 1-1. Second half kicked off and Magdeburg came charging out of the traps. A marauding run by on-loan full back Louis Schiele saw his cross blocked, but bounce out to on-loan winger Schneider-Maus. His deep cross was met by a dominant header by on-loan target man Bienvue Ngoyi, who's strong contact saw the ball loop over the diving keeper and restore Magdeburg's one-goal lead on 48 minutes. Van Sas then made the save of the night, somehow getting to a fierce shot that looked for all the world like it was going to bust the net. On 62 minutes, a long, deep ball from Shiele was aimed at Krebs, however the defender easily cleared. The header fell to Lukas Proschwitz, recently subbed on for the ineffective Josh Adam. Proschwitz's one-touch through-ball found Bienvue Ngoyi in space and he fired home across the keeper to make it 3-1 and seal the game for Magdeburg, Man of the Match: Bienvue Ngoyi (8.2)
  18. Squeaky bum time! Four points behind... It's not looking likely for us.. I'm expecting it to finish; 3rd - Fortuna Düsseldorf, 4th - 1.FC Madgeburg, 5th - 1.FSV Mainz 05
  19. Depends on personality and adaptability, IMO Pace comes under Quickness individual training and Work Rate comes under Endurance individual training
  20. Welcome to Eigenschaften - 2026 Welcome to our new custom built facility on the banks of the Elbe. We now have a Superb training facility where we can get the best possible outcome from our Exceptional youth recruitment and coaching. We also have some room in the facility to upgrade to be a force across Europe. Without further ado, let's dive in A good looking intake on the surface, let's take a dive in. D/WBL Stephan Fichtel - Work Rate: 15, Pace 12 - DNA: Passed A f**king left back. Another one. Do I re-train him for right back, or do I wait for another intake. Choices, choices... AMRL/ST Petr Koch - Work Rate: 13, Pace 12 - DNA: Passed A winger-cum-striker coming in hot. He'll be nice as a striker, but I need him to marinate in the U-18's for a few years. MRC/ST Elias Damaschke - Work Rate: 13, Pace 10 - DNA: Failed This was a horrific intake for DNA, we had just two of our intake fit the profile, so this was our best star-rated player. His Pace of 10 fails the DNA test, but Elias will be trained for the MC position for when Josh is sold on. Simon Kischel was our second-best rated player in this intake, but his Work Rate of 10 and Pace of 8 means he's way, way, way off what we need and I'm not sure if he'll ever get there.
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