Fabregas18

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About Fabregas18

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    Arsenal <3

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  1. What's the transfer bug, by the way?
  2. I've just won the Swedish Premier League three times in a row, the Swedish Cup twice and the Swedish Super Cup twice with Malmö FF in the first three seasons (started 2011). I wanted a new challenge and resigned and started applying for jobs. Now I get laughed at by clubs such as Hertha Berlin (German 2nd divison), Aachen (German 2nd division), Chievo (last in Serie A) and so on. I started as a 'professional footballer', and my reputation is now world class. I can't understand why these clubs laugh at me when I declare my interest. They also appoint managers with a lot less reputation than me.
  3. I agree though.. It doesn't snow very often
  4. If we should split the passing stat, we should split the finishing stat too. Shooting accuracy and shooting power?
  5. Yeah, Koscielny signed for Arsenal in my game too when the window had just started in real life . And Balotelli joined City in the same game too .
  6. Yes, the star-rating system is based on how good he is in relation to the other players you have in that position in your team.
  7. Don't train him right wing. Retrain him to rightback . He has 18 for crossing, 16 marking and pace, 17 tackling and acceleration. And he has very good concentration, creativity, flair, work rate and long shots too. A future Dani Alves ! Make him his own training schedule with big focus on strength, and he'll turn out brilliant.
  8. FM-Revolution Skin. Can't remember exactly where I got it from but I think it is this one: http://www.football-manager.info/graphics/file/Revolution-Skin-0_9-beta.html
  9. Looks like a fun save game you have there, sebbie . Can I see a screenshot of Seb's Arsenal team?
  10. End of season update Bundesliga: |H| Hoffenheim 2 - 1 Frankfurt | Wellington (2) |A| Hoffenheim 0 - 1 Leverkusen |H| Hoffenheim 1 - 0 Schalke | Khedira |A| Hoffenheim 1 - 3 Hamburger SV | Salihovic |H| Hoffenheim 0 - 0 Gladbach |A| Hoffenheim 0 - 2 Wolfsburg |H| Hoffenheim 0 - 1 Werder Bremen |A| Hoffenheim 4 - 0 Mainz | Obasi (2), Maicosuel (2) |H| Hoffenheim 3 - 0 Hannover | Ba, Maicosuel (2) |H| Hoffenheim 1 - 0 Freiburg | Obasi |A| Hoffenheim 1 - 1 Köln | Maicosuel |H| Hoffenheim 1 - 1 Dortmund | Salihovic This made the final league table look like this: I entered a bit of a dip in form during March and dropped a lot of points. I finally turned it around against Mainz, and didn't lose any of the last 5 games of the season. Mt top performers after the winter break were Maicosuel and Obasi who scored very important goals. Salihovic did very good too. I'm excited with the challenge of leading Hoffenheim to their first European cup ever, and want to reach a top 4 place next season in the Bundesliga. Carlos Eduardo didn't have a good season as he was injured before the first league game, and was back at Christmas. He picked up some other small injuries later too, and Salihovic and Maicosuel were playing so well that he had to warm the bench. Awards: Top Goalscorer: Ioannis Amanatidis (22 goals), Edin Dzeko (18 goals), Nelson Valdez (15 goals) Manager of the Year: Felix Magath (Schalke), Me (Hoffenheim), Jürgen Klopp (Dortmund) German Footballer of the Year: Hugo Almeida (avg.rating. 7.51), Arjen Robben (avg.rating. 7.35), Chinedu Obasi (avg.rating. 7.21) Striker of the Year: Patrick Helmes (Bayer Leverkusen) Midifelder of the Year: Franck Ribery (Bayern München) Defender of the Year: Naldo (Werder Bremen) Goalkeeper of the Year: Tim Wiese (Werder Bremen) Team of the Year: GK: Tim Wiese DR: Rafinha DL: Benedikt Höwedes DC: Naldo DC: Christoph Metzelder MR: Arjen Robben ML: Franck Ribery MC: Michael Ballack MC: Mesut Özil ST: Ioannis Amanatidis ST: Hugo Almeida German Cup: |A| Hoffenheim 2 - 1 Hertha BSC | Ibisevic, Salihovic | Quarter Final |H| Hoffenheim 2 - 0 Dortmund | Ibisevic (2) | Semi Final |N| Hoffenheim 2 - 1 Gladbach | Ba (2) | Final We won the German cup! I'm really pleased with this title, and especially considering the teams we beat on the way to the final. Werder Bremen, Dortmund and Batern München are all better teams than mine. This also meant I was guaranteed a place in the Europa League competition next year. I was behind early in the final when Gladbach scored in the 13th minute. I tried to break down their play, but didn't succeed at all. They got a player sent off in the 40th minute, but managed to hold on until halftime. I told the players that they could win this, and it helped. I controlled the game, but it was difficult to score due to their goalkeeper having a very good game. Due to injuries to Obasi and Ibisevic, I moved Demba Ba up to the striker position from the wing, and he turned the game around. He scored twice in the 83rd and 86th minute and it could easily have been a 3rd and a 4th goal for my team too in the dying minutes. Gladbach vs Hoffenheim Hoffenheim Awards: Top Goalscorer: Vedad Ibisevic (15 goals (12 league goals)) Top assister: Chinedu Obasi (14 assists) Highest Average Rating: Demba Ba (7.43 in 34 apps) Most MOM: Demba Ba (7) Worst Discipline: Luis Gustavo (15 yellow cards/ 0 red cards) Best Eleven: GK: Timo Hildebrand DR: Andreas Beck DL: Heiko Butscher DC: Josip Simunic DC: Marvin Compper CM: Sami Khedira CM: Sejad Salihovic AMR: Chinedu Obasi AMC: Maicosuel AML: Demba Ba ST: Vedad Ibisevic Transfers 2010/11 This are my transfers for next season: As I said in the last update, Konstantin Rausch joined on a free from Hannover. Montpellier were relegated from Ligue 1, so they had transfer listed a lot of players. Karim Ait Fana and Abdel El Kaoutari were two of them. I tried to get Younes Belhanda too, but he chose PSV over me. Along with the transfers on the screeny, Björn Kopplin will leave on loan to either Bielefeld, Rostock or 1860 München for a year. He didn't impress when he had the chance, and with El Kaoutari and Feltscher joining he would get even less playing time. Yann Sommer is a very talented player who will be back-up to Hildebrand this season. Tom Starke is currently injured but will leave when he recovers. Necip Uysal were recommended to me from my scouts, and will play in the Hoffenheim II-team. Göhlert is a young and promising central defender. Christian Eichner was surplus to requirements even though he played good last season. Was behind Butscher, Rausch, El Kaoutari and Jaissle at left-back. Per Nilsson and Wellington might leave too, but I haven't found any buyers yet. Next Update: Squad presentation 2010/2011
  11. I'm currently working on the next update, and this time it'll be more screenshots .
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  13. It's set wrong in the database. Hoffenheim used to play in the Dietmar-Hopp-Stadion until they got promoted to the Bundesliga. They had to move because that stadium is too small with the capacity of about 6700 people. If you search for the Rhein-Neckar-Arena in the database you find two stadiums. The first one is the one they are set to now which is the small one. It should have changed to the other one, which is the correct arena, that has a capacity of 30 000 people and roof and undersoil heating. I changed this in the editor before I started playing with them.
  14. Me and a couple of friends were playing an online game. I was Arsenal, and they were Manchester Utd, Liverpool and Tottenham.. The one using liverpool were so mad after he drawed 1-1 with Stoke at home so he punched the screen so hard it cracked. I have a pic of it too.
  15. Started a save with Hoffenheim on the 10.3 patch with an update for the summer of 2010. Going pretty well, and I'm currently 4th in the league into February. Have signed players like Khedira, Heiko Butscher and Felix Kroos. I've also been drawn against Dortmund in the semi-final of the german cup. My best performers are Demba Ba, Chinedu Obasi, Ibisevic and Salihovic. I've also made a banner with Hopp, the stadium and some players. Click me! Please check out, and comment on, the full thread here: Hoffenheim - With the money of Dietmar Hopp