Jolanthustrel

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  1. Murwillumbah, Macksville, Mudgee, Byron Bay, Tweed Heads, Lismore. These places should probably be listed under Local Region Northern NSW.
  2. Only Bundesliga 1&2 teams plus the winners of the regional leagues qualify for the German Cup.
  3. I found the 17yo thing very odd to work with in FM14. At some points I had players under the age restriction playing and others couldn't.
  4. The loss of Wim van der Hoogenband was probably instrumental in us losing out to PSG and I instandly regretted playing him in that ULC game where he got injured. Although, even though he missed out on the 2 legs of the semi final and therefore missed a chance he could have also played the final. He still took out the Champions League Golden Boot and earned a spot in the champions League Dream Team.
  5. 2026 April\May Arsenal (2) 1-2 (6) HK (08.04.26 Champions League Quarter Final Leg 2) HK through to Semi Final after comfortable win Goals: Hlynur Jónnson (2); Wim van den Hoogenband (90 +1). PoM: Christian Fleßers (Tackles Completed 100%, Passes Completed 59%, Rating 9.00) HK 3-1 Fylkir (11.04.26 Icelandic Upper League Cup Group B) van den Hoogenband injury sours HK manager’s Birthday Celebrations. Goals: Guðmundur Björnsson (1, 8); Wim van den Hoogenband (22) PoM: Guðmundur Björnsson (2 Goals, Rating 9.00) Milestones: Marek Martaus made career debut; Zidane made his 150th career appearance for HK. Attendance: 8,252 HK 4-0 Afturelding (16.04.26 Icelandic Upper League Cup Quarter Final) Goals: Guðmundur Björnsson (3, 13); Javier González (24); Igor Tyurin (66) PoM: Guðmundur Björnsson (2 Goals, 1 Assist, Rating 9.40) Attendance: 13,312 HK 5-1 KR (19.04.26 Icelandic Upper League Cup Semi Final) Goals: Ibrahim Janssen (6, 14); Hlynur Jónnson (37); Marek Martaus (67, 89). PoM: Hlynur Jónnson (1 Goal, 2 Assists, Rating 9.30) Milestones: Marek Martaus scores first competitive goal for HK Attendance: 15,182 HK 1-2 PSG (21.04.26 Champions League Semi Final Leg 1) Late strike sinks HK Goals: Vincent Lescure (73). Attendance: 15,250 FH 0-10 HK (25.04.26 Icelandic Upper League Cup Final) FH flounder in final Goals: Andy Steadman (11); Christopher Maier (22); Zidane (23); Javier González (32, 44, 46); Guðmundur Björnsson (52, 66); Ibrahim Janssen (85, 90+1) PoM Javier González (3 Goals, Rating 9.60) Milestones: HK now have most ULC wins with 8 Attendance: 13,541 PSG 0-1 HK (29.04.26 Champions League Semi Final Leg 2) Lescure strike not enough to secure final berth Goals: Vincent Lescure (82) PoM: Andy Steadman (Passes Completed 75%, Tackles completed 100% Rating 9.00) HK 4-2 Stjarnan (09.05.26 Icelandic Champions Cup) HK seal ninth successive Icelandic Champions Cup Goals: Vincent Lescure (20, 67); Hlynur Jónnson (pen 29); Javier González (30). PoM: Guðmundur Björnsson (1 Assist, Rating 8.80) Milestones: Hlynur Jónnson scores 50th goal for HK, HK now have most ICC wins with 9 ÍVB 0-4 HK (12.05.26 Icelandic Premier Division) HK Four to the Floor In League Opener Goals: Guðmundur Björnsson (13, 88), Igor Tyurin (33); Hlynur Jónnson (34) PoM: Guðmundur Björnsson (2 goals, 1 Assist, Rating 9.30) Milestones: Hlynur Jónnson made his 150th career appearance for HK HK 3-0 Keflavík (17.05.26 Icelandic Premier Division) Goals: Vincent Lescure (29); Oscar Ståhl (31); Andy Steadman (52). PoM: Andy Steadman (1 Goal, Rating 9.00) Milestones: Vincent Lescure made his 125th career appearance for HK; Vincent Lescure made his 50th league appearance for HK; Andy Steadman scored his first career League goal for HK; Christopher Maier made his 75th league appearance for HK. Attendance: 12,291 FH 0-6 HK (21.05.26 Icelandic Premier Division) Björnsson and Lescure’s milestones propel HK to victory Goals: Guðmundur Björnsson (6, 48, pen 55); Wim van den Hoogenband (11); Vincent Lescure (36, 80) PoM: Guðmundur Björnsson (3 goals, 1 Assist, Rating 9.70) Milestones: Guðmundur Björnsson scored his 50th career league goal for HK; Vincent Lescure scored his 50th career league goal for HK Haukar 2-4 HK (26.05.26 Icelandic Cup Third Round) Rotated squad too strong for Haukar Goals: Vincent lesecure (13); Javier González (38, 90+1); Zidane (87). PoM: Javier González (2 Goals, 1 Assist, Rating 9.10). HK 6-0 KR (31.05.26 Icelandic Premier Division) HK have sixappeal Goals: Vincent Lescure (1, 50); Zidane (13); Christian Fleßers (28, 35); Vladimir Kalas (58). PoM: Vincent Lescure (2 goals, Rating 9.40)
  6. 2026 Feburary\March Fjarðabyggð 0-8 HK (14.02.26 Icelandic Upper League Cup Group B) Fjarðabyggð frozen out in Upper League Cup opener. Goals: Vincent Lescure (2, 25, 64); Wim van den Hoogenband (19, 80); Oscar Ståhl (32); Hlynur Jónnson (45); Guðmundur Björnsson (57). PoM: Vincent Lescure (3 goals, 2 assists 9.80) Milestones: Guðmundur Björnsson scores 100th goal for HK HK 4-1 Víkingur Reykjavík (21.02.26 Icelandic Upper League Cup Group B) Ferrero fires HK To Comfortable Victory. Goals: Ricardo Ferrero (12, 20, 89): Ioannis Bertos (35) PoM: Ricardo Ferrero (3 goals, Rating 9.50) Milestones: Riccardo Ferrero made his 25th career appearance for HK Attendance: 11,637 HK 3-1 Juventus (24.02.26 Champions League first knockout Round Leg 1) Visser Injury Mars Victory Torn hamstring to HK Central Defender, Dennis Visser took the gloss of an otherwise entertaining victory for Icelandic champions HK. French Striker Vincent Lescure who famously put four past Barcelona at Camp Nou in the same stage last season, opened the scoring in the 11th minute. Receiving a pass from Hlynur Jónsson in the box before turning and placing a shot into the bottom right corner of the goal. Christian Fleßers was helped from the field after 37 minutes, suffering a knock going into a tackle and replaced by Dennis Visser whom would also be helped from the field just before half time. Juventus Argentine midfielder, Federico De Zan, pulled the Turin giants back into the game with a fantastic strike from the edge of the area. They continued to pile on the pressure until the 71st minute when Jónsson drilled his freekick into the Juventus wall only for it to bounce back to him, then picked out an unmarked Wim van den Hoogenband who powered a show unto the bottom right hand corner. Nine minutes later the Juventus keeper was beaten for a third time in the bottom right hand corner when a cross was cleared only as far as Jónsson at the edge of the box who rifled in his shot. Goals: Vincent Lescure (11); Wim van den Hoogenband (71); Hlynur Jónsson (80) PoM: Hlynur Jónsson (1 goal, 2 Assists Rating 9.00) Milestones: Oscar Ståhl made his 100th career appearance for HK; Igor Tyurin made his 50th career appearance for HK Attendance: 15,250 Valur 0-2 HK (28.02.26 Icelandic Upper League Cup Group B) Smith Strikes Separate teams Goals: Paul Smith (18, 74) PoM: Paul Smith (2 Goals, Rating 8.80) HK 5-0 ÍR (7.03.26 Icelandic Upper League Cup Group B) HK High Five ÍR Goals: Hlynur Jónsson (Pen 10, 79); Igor Tyurin (12, 71); Vincent Lescure (40) PoM Igor Tyurin (2 Goals, Rating 9.40) Milestones: Wim van den Hoogenband made his 25th career appearance for HK Attendance: 8,628 Keflavík 0-2 HK (14.03.26 Icelandic Upper League Cup Group B) Ferrero Fires HK into ULC Quarter Final. Goals: Ricardo Ferrero (25, 37) PoM: Ricardo Ferrero (2 Goals, Rating 8.80) Juventus (3) 2–2 (5) HK (18.03.26 Champions League first knockout Round Leg 2) Draw enough to see HK through to Champions League Quarter Final. A two all draw was enough to see the Icelandic Champions thought to the Quarter final. Scrambling defence and acrobatic saves from Serbian Keeper, Vanja Milinkovic Savic, kept a fired up Juventus at bay until the 86th minute but by then it was all over bar the shouting. Wim van den Hoogenband opened the scoring after 15 minutes slotting home after Maxym Koval parried Lescure’s shot into the Dutchman’s path. Vincent Lescure doubled the score, giving HK the away goals advantage, just after the hour mark. Chesting down a long range free kick from the HK keeper and slotting home past the Juventus keeper. Enes Ünal and Emre Can salvaged a draw for the Turin side but it wasn’t enough to see them overcome the first leg deficit and crash out of the competition 5-3. Goals: Wim van den Hoogenband (15); Vincent Lescure (65) HK 6-1 FH (28.03.26 Icelandic Upper League Cup Group B) FH hit for six Goals: Ioannis Bertos (8); Zidane (50, 55, 78); Gábor Németh (59, 90 +1) PoM: Zidane Milestones: Jóhann Friðrikson made competitive debut for HK; Gábor Németh made competitive debut for HK. Attendance: 8,320 HK 4-1 Arsenal (31.03.26 Champions League Quarter Final Leg 1) Wim van der Hoogenband shoots down Gunners A Masterclass from Wim van den Hoogenband warmed up a cold Icelandic night and put HK in the driving seat for the return leg at Emirates. Arsenal took the lead early as their right midfielder, Anthony Gammans, headed home an Andrew Robinson cross in the 17th minute. HK Hit back five minutes later as Björnsson found van den Hoogenband in the box to coolly finish into the bottom left hand corner. On the half hour mark Björnsson once again linked up with the Dutchman as he lost his marker and took the shot to the far right corner taking a deflection off the goalkeeper before going in. Five minutes before the break van den Hoogenband headed home a cross from Oscar Ståhl to double HK’s lead and complete his hattrick. van den Hoogenband finally put the game beyond doubt on the hour mark as Christopher Maier put a well weighted through ball into the box for the Dutchman to score his fourth of the night and twelfth of the Champions League campaign. Goals: Wim van den Hoogenband (22, 30, 41, 59) PoM: Wim van den Hoogenband (4 Goals, Rating 9.80) Milestones: Andy Steadman made his 25th career appearance for HK; Simon Barwick made his 25th career appearance for HK. Attendance: 15,250
  7. It's been a while since I loaded up this save and after some early hiccoughs with players wanting to leave for "bigger" teams (mostly English Championship sides. i.e Huddersfield poaching the leading goal scorer in the champions league at the end of the group stage for £750k). I finally got things running smoothly. I won't bore you with domestic details over the past few seasons, because it's become a bit pedestrian. Winning everything except for a sloppy Upper League Cup final. I did finally achieve my goal of going one better than my How far to Asgaard save and have won the Europa League. Just some highlight performances in Europe from where I left off, to where I wish to continue from. Europe 2021\22 2-2 Champions League group stage come from behind draw against Benfica in Lisbon. 3-2 Champions League group stage win at home against Benfica to put us into Europa League knockout stage. 3-1 Europa League first round knockout stage win against Porto in Porto. Europe 2022\23 1-0 Champions League group stages win over Juventus in Turin. Europe 2023\24 3-1 Europa League first round knockout stage win over Stuttgart at home. 5-1 Europa League second round knockout stage win over Real Betis in Sevilla. 3-1 Europa League first Quarterfinal win over Feyenoord at home. 3-2 Europa League Semi-final come from behind win over Ajax. 3-2 Europa League final win over Real Sociedad. Europe 2024\25 3-2 Champions League first round knockout stage win over Barcelona at home. 6-2 Champions League first round knockout stage win over Barcelona in Barcelona Europe 2025\26 3-0 Champions League group stage win over Real Madrid at Home.
  8. Damn minimum release clauses.