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  1. Koniz 2018/19 League Table We managed to avoid relegation in our first season, though it was a close run thing. My target for the season was 35 points as that seemed to be what was needed in the past seasons and we ran it close. At one point we were in 10th place but we hit some good form towards the end, we beat Sion 4-0 in the final match to secure safety. Cup Run Made it one step further this time but again, St.Gallen got the win. Squad Key Players Christian Miani: Managed 14 goals in the top tier and hes the only player who is up to standard in this division. He got upset in January when Bournmouth came in for him, his value is continuing to rise and it will be tough to keep hold of him. Thomas Pedrassi: Another great season for the young italian, top scorer with 15 goals. Never seems to miss from the penalty spot. Gentian Demolli: A rock in centre of midfield where we are light in numbers and strength. Youth Intake Kylian Maurin: A midfield player who has the potential to be good for the second division, not so much for the top division. Still, better than anything else we've had so far. Raphael Koch: Centre back with low potential but provides backup and a rotation option. Transfers Finances Facilities Managed to upgrade training facilities twice this season and youth facilities once. Junior Coaching is also up but annoyingly Youth Recruitment hasn't been an option so far. We've purchased our stadium.
  2. Koniz 2017/18 League Table We won the title! We had a very positive season compared to last year coming out the blocks fast, we were in the top spot going into the winter break. Our form dropped a little after due to some disagreements with players over transfers but we managed to keep up with the other teams. It was the most competitive league title in years with the previous winning points tally's being 61 and 63 points. It went down to the last day where we beat Wil 2-0 and Lausanne could only manage a draw. Cup Run Only made it to the 2nd round where last year's finalists St.Gallen beat us. Euro Cup Table Results The Euro Cup filled our coffers with £1.4million just for entering which was much needed. We gave a good account of ourselves managing two points and being competitive in most of the matches. We came so close to beating Villareal at home but we went down to 10 men when 2-0 up in the first half. The two draws brought in an extra £180k. Squad Key Players Christian Miani: He had interest from Germany all year which affected his morale at time but i managed to tie him down to a 3 year contract. He also topped the score boards with 21 goals 12 assists in 35 games. Thomas Pedrassi: This young Italian missed 9 months of last season through injury but came back with a blast. Scoring 7 goals in the first 7 games from the right wing. He finished with 21 goals and 12 assists in 35 games. Gentian Demolli: Still our best midfielder. Got a few red cards but proved an important player throughout the season. Youth Intake Arthur Lang: A quick left winger, will provide decent backup but he'll never be good enough for the top division. Sven Fisher: Only 1.5 star potential but he will provide backup to our left back, where we currently only have one player. Christian Budschedi: A young keeper who's potential almost matches that of our current goalkeeper which is promising. We are well stocked in this position through so a loan maybe best for him. Transfers Facilities So far we've only managed to improve junior coaching once last season. I've been disappointed to not have the opportunity to do so this season with our increased reputation and finances. This might start to bite us soon if we don't get any good youth's through. Training facilities were upgraded for a very small cost last summer and we are improving both training and youth facilities this summer. We are also buying out stadium next season so progress is on its way!
  3. Koniz 2016/17 Just finished my first season in Switzerland with Koniz. Manager Profile (end of season 1) I struggled in the league finishing 9th of 10 teams. Luckily only 1 team goes down so i just had to avoid being the worst. We won our final 3 games of the season which helped secure safety with a game to go. League Table In the domestic cup we had a crazy fun to the final which then finished with one of the craziest matches i've ever been in. Our keeper saved 2 penalties in normal time but they took the lead with 5 minutest to go. I thought all was lost until we managed to score a 93rd minute penalty to go to extra time! We held on to take it to penalties where our keeper then saved two more penalties to win the cup and put us in Europe for our second season! This will be amazing for our finances but team depth is dreadful and we've had no good youths in our first year so this may be a struggle. Cup Run Transfers No transfers. Only signed on two youth players who only have 1 star potential so i doubt they will be around long but they will provide some useful backup next season. Squad Key Players Christian Miana: A key striker for us with 14 goals in all competitions. At 23 he could have a long future at the club but there have been rumblings from him about wanting to move to a bigger club. Will European football help that? We will have to wait and see. He is rated as a 'decent' Super League player. Gentian Demolli: Our best midfielder, possibly best player aged just 20. He has the potential to be a top division player and as much as i want to keep him around i think i will struggle. He has a non promotion release clause of just £26k in his contract so i may lose him this summer. Fingers crossed i dont. Facilities Finances Finances are in the red but the cup win gave us £201k which has cut that debt in half, as well as the additional revenue from tickets. I'm hoping European football can help give us a boost too!
  4. Have they said how we can sell on unwanted tickets yet? Edit: ignore that i've just found it.
  5. Had a guy come through when i was at Dorchester in the Vanarama South who ended up bouncing between Championship and Premier League and got 3 England Caps.
  6. How much are people altering their tactic to play away from home? I've seeing great success at home, usually losing maybe 1-2 per season but away from home its about 50/50. I've had some away games where i've looked like the home team with 70% possession, more shots etc at other times i'm getting hit 4-0 or something along those lines.
  7. Got the Northern Ireland v Poland tickets, have sent you a PM.
  8. Injured. Should have Traore or Kenedy upfront really.
  9. Just started a save with these guys, currently in the middle of pre season. I'm going to try and come out and play an attacking brand of football so that will be interesting . It will be a 4-3-3 so i definitely need some depth in the centre of the park as i feel we're quite weak there. So far i've only got Bertrand Traore on loan but Rausch has picked up an injury that leaves him out for 10 months so he literally won't feature at all this season i imagine, a big blow.
  10. Been using the original tactic at Getafe a few seasons in. My best before using the tactic was 4th place but since i started using it i've finished 2nd two years in a row.
  11. Name: Billy Ketkeo Age: 26 Nationality: Laotian Club: None Positon: RM/RM Value: Free Signed For: Portsmouth Wages: £1.5k Work Permit : No Got this guy in my 3rd season in League One but he should be available on a free at the start of the game. Playing him as a winger support at right midfield and he has 6 goals 15 assists in 15 games, hasn't had a bad game yet and is currently rated as leading championship but that may be due to his form.
  12. Costa is so bad, looked like Torres tonight.
  13. Ivanovic and Fabregas notably poor today, Willian wasn't great in the 2nd half either although he did have to run a lot after the sending off. Hopefully they get a bit of sharpness back after a few games.
  14. Got a budget of 600-800 pounds, looking for a laptop that can run at least 10 leagues with a fair amount of detail, i just want the game to be as quick as i can possibly get it in terms of processing speed. Like most people, i'll be using it mostly for personal use such as video streaming and some gaming, would also be nice if it could run some games that are a bit more complex than FM, not talking about things like battlefield of COD here. Any recommendations welcome!