Rikulec

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    Right-wing conservative nationalist

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    Lech Poznań

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    FC United

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  1. Jakub Słota's Management Career - December 2016 - FC United of Manchester National League North We score in every game, but we also concede in every game. Our central defenders are not really up to the league standard (and that probably tells you how poor they are), and we also have massive trouble defending set pieces. Something has to be done about that. FA Trophy Surprise surprise. We parked the bus and simply waited for our chance, which eventually came. With better accuracy the result could have been much more impressive. Next up, Eastbourne Boro at home.
  2. Jakub Słota's Management Career - November 2016 - FC United of Manchester National League North It should have been six points from two games really. Upon my arrival I noticed we had pretty much no one able to play on either wing, so I decided to go with a possession-based 4-1-3-2. Ambitious for this level, but the early signs are good. We dominated both games, but fell to some silly goals against Stalybridge despite getting the lead twice. This allows us to escape the drop zone, but only thanks to superior goal difference. FA Trophy Once again, we could have got this done on first attempt, but it simply wasn't to be. Our strike partnership continued to shine, but I'd also like other players to contribute to our goal tally. In the First Round we've drawn Lincoln away. We're doomed.
  3. Supportive from day one. I like it.
  4. It only took them three days to come back. God, they must be desperate. Jakub Słota's Management Career - New Club - FC United of Manchester The journey starts here. To be honest, I'm not really sure what to expect. The squad looks good enough to secure our survival in the league at the very least. Club Name: FC United of Manchester Nickname: Red Rebels Year Founded: 2005 Status: Semi-Professional Stadium: Broadhurst Park (4,238 capacity, 510 seated) The club's history is not very long, but it sure is interesting. That's a lot of added value for every save, and I feel that I'm really going to enjoy this, even though I'm far from being a Manchester United fan. I only have two hours between signing the contract and my first league game, so I better get right to it!
  5. It's November 9th and I'm heading to Manchester for my first interview. FC United find themselves in the 20th place with 14 points from 17 games, three points from safety.
  6. From the author of: FM16: The Frozen Throne FM17: Into the Wild Welcome back. After a faulty start to my FM17 adventures and ending the previous thread after the first season, I promised you a new one. I admit, it did take longer than expected as I've been toying with a couple of ideas. I've finally come to a decision - this save is going to start in the best place for football and, especially, for Football Manager. The Aim The top, obviously, but this time starting either in the 6th tier in England or the 4th tier in Scotland after a couple of months of simulation. Similarly to the previous attempt, I will only apply for jobs initially. Once I've found a club to start at, I can only switch clubs when approached. The Manager An older version of myself, though I like to think I'm a bit more knowledgable about football than this guy here. The Save 50 leagues from 38 countries should be more than enough.
  7. That's a really good season. Definitely something to build on.
  8. Lovely summary. I wish I had a PC powerful enough to run all European leagues.
  9. There's no relegation in San Marino.
  10. Following as always.
  11. Shame about the bug, good luck with your next adventure.
  12. How is Piseth only 2* ability? He looks stunning. And Vanthan.
  13. Another one for Arsene! Am I right this is the 4th time it happened?