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  1. Only thing on that list I use is Skype, and I have 465 games on Steam, all working flawlessly, so I'm assuming that isn't it.
  2. Restarted PC and Steam as well. No luck. I use Microsoft Security Essentials solely.
  3. My friend and I both have the same problem, we cannot join any game, nor our own. We both can create games, and did, so that is certainly not the problem. We don't see the joining, however.
  4. Manchester City thread. http://community.sigames.com/showthread.php/321465-FM13-Manchester-City-Winning-the-Title-in-Spectacular-Fashion-Since-2012
  5. Reserved for future updates. Thanks for reading, feel free to post beyond this point.
  6. Manchester City Records Club Records Highest Attendance - Highest Gate Receipts - Highest Average Attendance - Lowest Attendance - Biggest Win - Biggest Defeat - Highest Scoring Game - Highest Scoring League Game - Most Goals Scored in a League Season - Least Goals Conceded in a League Season - Highest GD at the End of the Season - Most Points in a Single EPL Season - Most Games Won in a Row - Most Games Without Losing - Most Games Without Conceding a Goal - Player Records Most Goals in a Season - Most Goals in a Match - Most Assists in a Season - Most MotM Awards in a Season - Worst Discipline in a Season - Most Apps for City (Found under overall) - Most Goals for City (Found under overall) - Youngest Player - Oldest Player - Fastest Goal - Fastest Hat-Trick - Youngest Goalscorer - Oldest Goalscorer - Highest Average Rating (1 Season) - To apply for a record, please post in this thread with screenshots as proof. Thanks!
  7. Transfer Budget Transfer Targets Goalkeepers: Jed Steer (GK) A decent backup for Hart to replace Pantilimon. Only 19, so he has the time to develop. The price isn't exactly great, but he should last you a while. Cost: £4.4m, $7m, €5.4m Gomes (GK) In his thirties and rarely ever gets time for Tottenham. Decent backup for Hart, and can replace Pantilimon immediately. Very cheap price for a decent backup. Cost: £900k, $1.4m, €1.1m Defenders: Martin Skrtel (DC) Can be great as a backup for Lescott. He'll be in his thirties by the time Nastasić develops, making him the perfect option to fill in the gaps. Admittedly a bit pricey, but shouldn't set you back too much given the ridiculous amount you have to spend. Cost: £11.6m, $18.5m, €14.3m Ryan Shawcross (DC) Relatively young and a very good defender. Should cost you in the same range as Skrtel, and due to his young age, he may be a better option. Cost: £11.6m, $18.5m, €14.3m Midfielders: Gareth Bale (ML) One of the best wingers in the world, and Tottenham are surprisingly open to selling him. Although his purchase would take a large amount out of your transfer budget, if you plan on playing wingers, Bale would be a fantastic buy. Cost: £22.9m, $36.5m, €28.1m Marouane Fellaini (MC) A great ball winning midfielder. Defensive based, with great height and mentals. Would be a fantastic purchase, and would give you one of the best holding midfields in the world if you choose to use him alongside Yaya. Cost: £20.7m, $33m, €25.4m James Ward-Prowse (MC) If you’re looking to go the youth route, James Ward-Prowse has great potential. He's more attacking based, so you must keep that in mind. Cost: £1.9m, $3m, €2.3m Forwards: Adam Campbell (ST) There is little need for another striker aside from a young one, which Adam Campbell is. Very fast and should turn into an excellent striker. Cost: £1.9m, $3m, €2.3m
  8. Our Squad Goalkeepers: Joe Hart (GK) PROFILE Brilliant goalkeeper, should keep you set in that department for a good 10 years at the least due to his young age. Costel Pantilimon (GK) PROFILE Young goalkeeper, not a bad backup for Hart. Richard Wright (GK) PROFILE Old and simply isn't fit for Manchester City. If you want a reserves keeper, then go ahead and keep him. Otherwise, release him as soon as possible to save a bit of contract money. Defenders: Vincent Kompany (DC) PROFILE Easily one of the best central defenders in the Premier League. Should be starting every important game. Joleon Lescott (DC) PROFILE A good defender to start alongside Kompany. Should provide a few quality years yet. Kolo Touré (DC) PROFILE Old, but still a decent backup central defender. I wouldn't recommend selling him until Nastasic ages a bit. Matija Nastasic (DC) PROFILE Great potential and could be a top defender for a long time to come. Make sure to give him some playing time so he develops. Dedryck Boyata (DC) PROFILE Likely won't hit his potential and likely not a good enough defender for City. Better off letting him develop and then selling him for a good profit. Gaël Clichy (DL) PROFILE Pacey and an absolute beast of a defender. Aleksandar Kolarov (DL) PROFILE Unlike Gaël, Kolarov is more of an attacking full-back. Should be taking free kicks and corners as well. Maicon (DR) PROFILE Commanding right back, one of the best defenders in the world. Old in age, but can still perform well. Pablo Zabaleta (DR) PROFILE Your third right back behind Micah and Maicon. Can play a wide spectrum of positions, mainly in the defense, making him the perfect backup. I do not suggest selling him unless he simply does not perform for you. Micah Richards (DR) PROFILE Relatively young, pacey, and a great defender. Should be replacing Maicon as he ages. Midfielders: Javi Garcia (DM) PROFILE A bit underrated in FM. Still has great stats for a DM and also performs well in a wide array of positions. Using him alongside Yaya or Gareth would be your best bet. Yaya Touré (MC) PROFILE One of the best, if not the best, box-to-box midfielder in the world. Decent in the defensive midfield role, but really shines when you play him as a central mid. Gareth Barry (MC) PROFILE Aging nowadays, but still a very accomplished midfielder. He also plays well in a defensive midfield role, as with Yaya. James Milner (MC) PROFILE Well rounded stats and a great backup for almost any attacking position. Jack Rodwell (MC) PROFILE A very decent backup. Has the potential to surpass the ability of both Javi and Gareth. Should be developed carefully, as he can turn into an accomplished first teamer. David Silva (AMC) PROFILE One of the best playmakers in the world at the moment. When he's inform, he's brilliant. Works best as an AMC or AMR, but plays a number of other positions as well. Samir Nasri (AMC) PROFILE Like Silva, Nasri is another great playmaker. As with Silva, he can work a number of positions. In my experience, he's best in AMC or AML, making him the perfect person to coincide with Silva. Scott Sinclair (AML) PROFILE Sinclair is a decent enough backup for Nasri assuming you use wingers, however, if you do not, then there is no purpose for him in the team. Look into selling him if this is the case. Forwards: Sergio "Kun" Agüero (ST) PROFILE Possibly the best striker we have. Plays fantastic in a poacher role. Carlos Tevez (ST) PROFILE Like Agüero, Tevez can get off very good as a poacher. As I've noticed in other FMs, he also seems to perform if you play him as a trequartista in the AMC spot behind Agüero. Mario Balotelli (ST) PROFILE Despite his personality issues in-game, Balotelli is still one of the most promising strikers out there. Give him a few years of consistent game time and he'll likely reach, at the very least, the level of Tevez. Edin Džeko (ST) PROFILE Džeko has seemed to gained the title "super sub" as of late. Sadly, this title doesn't seem to add up in FM. To be honest, Džeko has been my most consistent striker as a target man in FM13 thus far, banging in goals like no other. John Guidetti (ST) PROFILE Yet another wonderkid striker coming through our ranks. Give him a few years and perhaps he'll turn into something great. Youth Prospects: Karim Rekik (DC) PROFILE Rekik is easily our largest youth prospect. Touted as the next Kompany, Karim still has quite a few years to go before playing regular football. However, that day should come, as he's looking excellent already. Mathias Bossaerts (DC) PROFILE As with Rekik, Bossaerts is another promising central defender. Although he doesn't quite have the potential of Rekik, he still could be an important player for the club in the future. Thomas Agyiri (DM) PROFILE Although Agyiri likely won't reach the ability required for City, he certainly could be auctioned off for a good sum of money after being developed for a few years. Mohammed Abu (DM) PROFILE Abu has a decent enough chance of becoming, at the very least, a backup defensive mid for City. A 20 year old already, there won't be much downtime before you find out whether he'll fit in your team. Abdul Razak (MC) PROFILE Razak is another highly rated prospect. In FM, he seems decent, and could fair as a good backup for you in the years to come. Olivier Ntcham (MC) PROFILE Winning the race over Inter Milan, Arsenal, and Juventus, Manchester City have signed a very hot prospect in Ntcham. He should become a very decent midfielder in your reign as City manager. He may be worth developing. Denis Suárez (AMC) PROFILE Winning the Manchester City Young Player of the Year award all but confirmed the notion that Denis Suárez. His potential doesn't seem to be quite there, though, and he may not develop into what you hope from him. José Ángel Pozo (ST) PROFILE José Ángel Pozo is yet another good striker prospect on City. Although his potential doesn't seem to quite be up to par for first team football, you may be able to develop him over the next few years and make some decent pocket change.
  9. History Manchester City was founded in 1880 as St. Marks West Gorton, and later became Ardwick AFC, before becoming what they are known as today, Manchester City, in 1894. In 1899, City won their first trophy, winning the Second Division which came with promotion to the First Division, the top league at the time. About five years later, City won another trophy, this time the FA Cup, and in the same year, they came very close to winning the league, finishing 2nd. Before moving into Maine Road in 1923, City had played in Hyde Road. In 1933, City began another successful reign, reaching two consecutive FA Cup finals (one resulting in a win), and winning the league in 1937. A year later, City were relegated, thus ending their reign in the thirties. A bland run occurred for the next 25 years, until Joe Mercer and Malcolm Allison took over the club. In the first year of their reign, City were promoted back to the First Division, and in the following season won the title. Two years after that, City won the league again, and subsequently won the FA Cup. In 1969, City took the European Cup Winners' Cup by defeating Górnik Zabrze 2-1 with goals from Neil Young and Francis Lee. In the same year, they had won the League Cup with a victory over West Bromwich Albion. In 1976, City won yet another League Cup, with a 2-1 victory over Newcastle, ending a successful reign. in 1998, City were relegated to the third tier of English football. Following that, City won consecutive promotions back to the Premier League, where they are now. In 2003, City moved into City of Manchester Stadium, which was originally designed in a failed bid for the 2000 Summer Olympics. Over the years that followed, City remained a mid-table club in the Premier League, where they went through some financial trouble, and were taken over by the Abu Dhabi United Group. City then launched bids for many high profile players, and soon after completed the signings of Robinho, Tevez, Lescott, Barry, and Adebayor, among many more. In 2011, City won the FA Cup with a goal from Yaya Touré, who also scored the winner in the semi-final vs long time rivals, Manchester United. They finished third in the league that year, qualifying for the Champions League for the first time. In the season that followed, City went on to win the title surging back from being 8 points down to Manchester United with just a few matches left. In the final match of the season vs QPR, City were down 2-1 going into stoppage time. Only a win would get them the long-awaited title. In the 90th minute, substitute Edin Džeko headed the ball into the bottom corner, leveling the score. In the fourth minute of stoppage, Sergio Aguero converted to win the game 3-2 and gift City their first title in forty-four years. City also achieved victory in the both league Manchester Derbies, including one beating of 1-6 at Old Trafford. Legends: Bert Trautmann, Billy Meredith, Francis Lee, Mike Summerbee, Colin Bell, Roberto Mancini, Joe Mercer, Malcolm Allison, Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Tony Book
  10. Manchester City Football Club Superbia In Proelia Background Kits Etihad Stadium - Capacity 47,805
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