Jump to content
Sports Interactive Community

High Flying Dwarf

Members
  • Content count

    72
  • Joined

  • Last visited

About High Flying Dwarf

  • Rank
    Amateur

Favourite Team

  • Favourite Team
    Arsenal
  1. dafuge's FM14 challenge

    Cambridge City Season 2015/2016 Manager: High Flying Dwarf End of season league overview. The Skrill North: We finished 3rd in the league with a playoff place sewn up well in advance. Playoffs: After a dramatic win over FC Halifax on penalties after a 1-1 aggregate draw in the Playoff Semi Finals we were beaten 2-1 by Southport away from home to finish Runner Up. FA Cup: A crushing 3-0 defeat to Gainsborough saw the Lilywhites get booted out in the Third Qualifying Round. FA Trophy: A good run in the FA Trophy ended in a 1-0 defeat to Alfreton in the Third Round Replay. Manager's Player of the Season: Striker Jacob Erskine scored 26 goals in all competitions and got a shortlist for TSN Player of the Season.
  2. dafuge's FM14 challenge

    Cambridge City Season 2014/2015 Manager: High Flying Dwarf End of season league overview. The Skrill North: Despite being touted to finish only a few places outside the relegation zone in 18th, the Lilywhites put together a number of impressive runs and finished 9th, albeit never directly threatening the promotion contenders. FA Cup: A dismal 1-0 turnover to Lowestoft saw Cambridge bow out in the Second Qualifying Round. FA Trophy: Despite leading twice away at Merstham the sending off of Gareth Gwillim put enough of a spanner in the works to see the Lilywhites knocked out 4-2 in the First Round. Manager's Player of the Season: Defender Ugo Udoji earnt a Conference North POTS shortlisting for his good work during the season.
  3. dafuge's FM14 challenge

    This is going to be a good year...
  4. dafuge's FM14 challenge

    I've taken up the challenge of managing Cambridge City in the Skrill North.
  5. dafuge's FM14 challenge

    Simming now, I'll post up my holiday man save once I'm done. Shouldn't be too long. EDIT: http://www.sendspace.com/file/uudagl
  6. dafuge's FM13 challenge

    I've decided to take this up again as manager of my hometown Hastings.
  7. FMCU's All-Time Hall of Fame (and Shame!)

    This is from the Dafuge challenge thread, most of my updates are from there. If these aren't valid then don't worry about it.
  8. FMCU's All-Time Hall of Fame (and Shame!)

    Another 10 for Scott Martin, this time against Watford.
  9. FMCU's All-Time Hall of Fame (and Shame!)

    Some additions to this from my "aborted" (couldn't be bothered posting updates -_- and added other leagues and did int. management because I was bored) attempt at Dafuge's challenge. Biggest win - 10-0 win against Wrexham. King Cruickshank - 69 goals in a season Scott Martin - Perfect 10 against Juve in the CL Team Records - Of note, Most goals scored in a match, Highest scoring game, Most games without losing. Player Records - Of note, Most goals scored in a game, Top goalscorer in a season, Top league goalscorer in a season, Most assists in a season, Most MOTM awards in a season, Fastest goal If I find any more in my game I shall post
  10. dafuge's FM12 challenge

    Oh dear...that's painful
  11. dafuge's FM12 challenge

    Nigeria have just offered me the managers job out of absolutely nowhere, shame I can't take it, but maybe some day I can emulate my 2010 Ivory Coast winning side from FM 2010.
  12. dafuge's FM12 challenge

    I know, don't worry, I wasn't having a go at you
  13. dafuge's FM12 challenge

    Season 2022-2023 Review Not even Super Mario could save a dismal Lewes side from Premier League disaster Media Prediction: 20th (The Prediction Man strikes back!) My Expectation: Survival Final Position: 20th We knew it would be tough work but nothing could prepare us for the smashing we took this season. It all looked so bright at the beginning of the season when we ran rings around West Brom but failed to secure three points in a 1-1 draw. We were a shambles, and shambles deserve to be in the Championship instead of the Premiership. I signed Mario Balotelli in a Carsonesque attempt to save our season but it wasn't as effective in a higher level, we took very little out of this season other than the monetary benefits. We made over £20 million pounds (including parachute payments) during our time in the top flight, and with the Thomas Cook Stadium finally built we can look forward to a solid Championship campaign with a bit of reinforcement. - FA Cup: Newcastle beat us 2-0 at the Thomas Cook Stadium to send us out in a Fifth Round Replay. League Cup: We saw out our days at the Dripping Pan with a final splendid victory 3-2 win against Blackburn in the Third Round but Everton proved too difficult to overcome as we were beaten 3-4 in the Fourth Round. Managers Player of the Season Josh Swan: A bright spark in an otherwise dull season, Swan left to join Fulham shortly after the season in a £2.5 million pound deal, but his influence in preventing an even worse finish with a 7.04 avg rating was plain to see. Table Transfers - Season 2023-2024 Review Young Lewes fans celebrate an incredible season which has seen them become the talk of England. Media Prediction: 3rd My Expectation: Winners Final Position: 1st After a season of losing I was well aware that I did not want another experience quite like that. In response, I decided to make radical changes, which included shipping out some of the clubs legends. These lads may have helped us get to where we wanted to be, but the simple fact is they weren't good enough to help us stay there. We stood at a new era for the club, and as the season got underway it became clear we wouldn't be disappointed. Where to start then? Our record breaking title run, our incredible season in the cups, our record breaking top scorers. The simple fact is we came together to shake off the disappointment of last season and go on a big run towards a return to the Premiership. We did just that, breaking the points record for theChampionship with 112 points. Our two top strikers, Richard Boateng and Robert Wojcik, became club legends as they constantly traded the spot for top scorer. In the end Boateng triumphed with 45, but only by a single goal, with the two racking up 89 goals in all competitions. The team was typified on the final day, a solitary goal from Richard Boateng sealing our points record with a neat finish in front of the Meade Stand. This team definitely has the Premiership ability, now they just have to show it. Things are looking bright for next season, We've signed a new shirt sponsorship deal with AMD (shirts on the way!) which will open up more revenue for the club, and more TV money will be available thanks to our Premiership status. Here's to, hopefully, staying up. I was only runner up for Championship MOTY as well! AGAIN! - FA Cup: We went all the way to the Quarter Finals in the national knockout cup but Chelsea came back for revenge with a 4-2 win at the Thomas Cook Stadium. So near, but yet so far. League Cup: We were minutes away from our first ever domestic cup final. Having beaten six teams including the likes of Man City, Chelsea and Liverpool, we came up against a resilient and heavily favoured Newcastle in the Semi Finals. We took them all the way to extra time at the Sports Direct Arena but came up just short as they went home with a 4-3 win on aggregate. Managers Player of the Season Richard Boateng and Robert Wojcik: Inseparable. So prolific was our partnership up front that we simply couldn't choose one over the over. As said above, 89 goals in all competitions gave us our best season on record. Table Transfers - Club Overview Season Division Position Points Achievements -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2012/13 Blue Square South 8th 67 FA Trophy Semi Finalists 2013/14 Blue Square South 3rd 72 Promoted via playoffs, BSS Manager of the Year 2014/15 Blue Square Premier 12th 63 2015/16 Blue Square Premier 10th 69 FA Cup Third Round 2016/17 Blue Square Premier 1st 87 Blue Square Premier Champions, BSP Manager of the Year 2017/18 Npower League 2 1st 85 Npower League 2 Champions, League 2 Manager of the Year 2018/19 Npower League 1 4th 81 Promoted via playoffs, League 1 Manager of the Year 2019/20 Npower Championship 11th 64 New 16,616 capacity stadium planned 2020/21 Npower Championship 11th 67 2021/22 Npower Championship 2nd 94 Npower Championship Runner Up, Npower Championship Manager of the Year Runner Up 2022/23 Barclays Premiership 20th 23 Relegation, Moved into the 16,616 capacity Thomas Cook Stadium (Lewes Stadium) 2023/24 Npower Championship 1st 112 Npower Championship Champions, Npower Championship Manager of the Year Runner Up
  14. dafuge's FM12 challenge

    Don't jump on him about it, everybody gets tempted to do it, although denial in face of clear evidence is a bit silly. Daf will have the final say over it, and nobody else should get involved. As for Lewes, double header coming up, with two seasons of dramatically contrasting fortunes .
  15. Your shortest time at one club

    In FM11 I spent three days in an ill fated reign as Wales U19 boss, we failed to qualify for whichever major tournament we were going for at the time.
×