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  1. Well as the title says...I am a Greek who start a save in Andorra and now moves to a country who has one of the oldest FA in world (1895) and people there love Football,so welcome to.. Gibraltar (/dʒɪˈbrɔːltə(r)/; Spanish pronunciation: [xiβɾalˈtaɾ]) is a British Overseas Territorylocated at the southern tip of the Iberian Peninsula.[8][9] It has an area of 6.7 km2(2.6 sq mi) and is bordered to the north by Spain. The landscape is dominated by the Rock of Gibraltar at the foot of which is a densely populated town area, home to over 30,000 people, primarily Gibraltarians.[10] In 1704, Anglo-Dutch forces captured Gibraltar from Spain during the War of the Spanish Succession on behalf of the Habsburg claim to the Spanish throne. The territory was ceded to Great Britain in perpetuity under the Treaty of Utrecht in 1713. During World War II it was an important base for the Royal Navy as it controlled the entrance and exit to the Mediterranean Sea, the Strait of Gibraltar, which is only 8 miles (13 km) wide at this naval choke point. It remains strategically important, with half the world's seaborne trade passing through the strait.[11][12][13] Today Gibraltar's economy is based largely on tourism, online gambling, financial services and cargo ship refuelling.[14][15][16][17] The sovereignty of Gibraltar is a point of contention in Anglo-Spanish relations because Spain asserts a claim to the territory.[18][15] Gibraltarians rejected proposals for Spanish sovereignty in a 1967 referendum and, in a 2002 referendum, the idea of shared sovereignty was also rejected. SET UP COACH CLUB Lincoln Red Imps Football Club is a semi-professional football club from Gibraltar. They play in the Gibraltar Premier Division, and share the Victoria Stadium with all other clubs in the territory.[2] They are the country's record champion with 23 league titles, including fourteen consecutive titles between 2003 and 2016, and in 2014 were the first team to represent Gibraltar in the UEFA Champions League STADIUM
  2. I’d been looking forward to my retirement. After twenty years as a professional footballer, I was more than ready to ride off into the sunset and run a pub in the age-old tradition of ex-players. As it happened, my retirement lasted all of two weeks before I was approached with an opportunity that I couldn’t turn down: the chance to go home. It still felt strange referring to Gibraltar as “home.” Although I was born here and, in the latter stages of my career, had made twenty-eight appearances for the national side, I had grown up in England. As a navy brat, it was mere luck that led to my being born on the Rock. My father was stationed here and my mother – ever the loyal wife – had followed him during his posting. We moved to Portsmouth when I was three, and nobody ever thought that I would return. I wouldn’t if it hadn’t been for football. I had barely come around from the post-retirement party hangover when the news that would change my plans broke: Hemel Hempstead Town had hit financial troubles. It popped up in the crawl bar on Sky Sports News and, for whatever reason, was the only thing on the screen my eyes could focus on. It was entirely useless information, but it stuck with me longer than it should have. I threw back a couple of painkillers and go back to bed for round two with whatever her name was. A couple of days later – I think – I was rudely awoken by the sound of my phone ringing. She was gone. I couldn’t remember her name. Probably didn’t ask for it – I rarely did. Or needed to. “What?” I grunted into the phone, a mixture of confusion, anger, and feeling like I’d been hit by a car. “Matty,” after a moment of processing, I figured out that it was my agent, Rick, “I’ve got an offer for you.” “I retired, remember? We had a talk, put out a press release, threw a party… Pretty sure you were there, mate.” “I was. They’re not asking you to play. They want you to manage.” “Who?” “Inter.” “Milan?” My mind instantly filled with plans of chasing models and gorging myself into retirement shape on the local cuisine. “Not quite.” A few days later, I was sitting in a fancy restaurant waiting to be interviewed. I don’t know how they even talked me into that, under the circumstances. The news had been bigger than I expected; the demise of Hemel had led to a takeover by a group of ambitious businessmen. In the space of a week – allegedly – deals had been done and the club now known as “Franchise 2” by a large segment of football fans was joining the Vanarama South: Inter Gibraltar were the newest members of the English footballing pyramid. The tiny footballing nation – the place where I was born – now had a representative in the English game. And here I was – Matty Walker, Gibraltar’s favourite footballing son – waiting to be interviewed to lead the project.
  3. DOWNLOAD LINK Gibraltar w B Teams Update_4F140241-456C-461B-A7CB-505CD7D6F227.fmf Over the last few days @Anaconda Vice and I have been working together on creating a Gibraltarian football system with B teams - and a massive thanks to @cel1234 in allowing us to use this fantastic Gibraltar Setup as our base. In the Gibraltarian set up currently, there are 10 teams in the Premier Division and 9 teams in the Second Division. We wanted to see each of those have a B team, which brought the total to 38. The re-instation of FC Britannia XI and Gibraltar Scorpions, the addition of Royal Gibraltar Regiment, and the inclusion of B teams for these three brings our total to 44. This means we can reinstate the Gibraltarian Third and Fourth Divisions with 10 teams per league, and the two new teams will start from Division Four. The set up therefore looks like this: One team is automatically promoted/relegated between the divisions, with the teams placed 9th/2nd competing in a playoff. The bottom team in Division 4 is relegated to an inactive league and will be replaced by either Britannia B, Scorpions B, Gib Reg B or Hound Dogs B. B teams may not be promoted to the top flight, nor can they play in the same division as the 1st team. Therefore if Lincoln Red Imps B win the Second Division, the team placed 2nd will be promoted and the team placed 3rd will qualify for the promotion playoff. Likewise, if Lions are relegated from the Premier Division, Lions B will be automatically relegated from the Second Division regardless of their final place. B teams have been created from existing Reserve teams in the database, so have their correct histories, and non-existing Reserve teams have been created from scratch. In addition, where previously only 5 teams had an U18 team competing, now every Gibraltarian team have an U18 side, competing in two groups of 11 which play each other three times. The winner of each group plays each other in a one off Championship final. Cups The Gibtelecom Rock Cup has not been changed - other than the addition of Britannia, Gib Regiment and Scorpions to the competition. A straight knockout cup, with 12 teams competing in the first round, and the remaining 10 joining in the second. B teams do not compete. Winner qualifies for European competition. The Chesterton's Cup, previously a competition for Second Division teams, is now open to teams from the lower Divisions as well. Again, B teams do not compete. The competition starts with a group stage, with the 12 teams competing in two groups. Teams play each other once, and the top 2 in each qualify for the semi final. Pepe Reyes Cup - unchanged, Super Cup between the winners of the Premier Division and Rock Cup. Gibraltarian Reserve League Cup - straight knockout competition competed for between B teams only. Gibraltarian Youth Cup - straight knockout competition competed for between U18 teams only. Stadiums IRL, the 19 teams from the Premier and Second division, + 9 reserve and 5 youth teams all play their matches at the Victoria Stadium. You can imagine the resulting chaos when we increased the total number of 1st, B and U18 teams to 66... The FM editor wasn't happy, and the leagues wouldn't finish in time for the season update day, as the matches just couldn't get played in time. So we had to find a solution. Building on the controversial 8000 seater, FIFA funded, Europa Point Stadium hasn't even started in real life, as far as I'm aware, with local residents objecting to the GFA's initially proposed site. In this hypothetical universe however, the stadium was completed on the 1st of June 2016. The GFA also come to an agreement with the military to use the Devil's Tower Camp for Youth Fixtures. Therefore, the teams now have the following homes: Europa Point Stadium | Victora Stadium | Devil's Tower Camp ------------------------------------------------------------------ Gibraltar National Team | Gibraltar U21s, 19s | Royal Gibraltar Regiment Gibraltar Utd | Gib Utd B | Gib Reg B Manchester 62 | Man 62 B | All U18 teams St. Joseph's | St. Joseph's B | Glacis United | Glacis Utd B | Lincoln Red Imps | Lincoln B | Lions | Lions B | Europa FC | Europa FC B | Lynx | Lynx B | Cannons | Cannons B | Gibraltar Phoenix | Gib Phoenix B | Hound Dogs | Hound Dogs B | Boca Juniors | Boca Juniors B | Leo FC | Leo FC B | Olympique | Olympique B | Mons Calpe | Mons Calpe B | Europa Point | Europa Point B | Angels | Angels B | College 1975 | College '75 B | Gibraltar Scorpions | Gib Scorpions B | Britannia | Britannia B |
  4. Chapter One: First Steps on the Rock The day finally came. That call telling me to drop by Victoria stadium, talk about my footballing ideas and 'the way we will try to take the club forward.' I had moved to Gibraltar a few months ago, leaving my family at home in England, trying to strike lucky. I'd worked so hard for this. Many a sleepless night studying, watching endless hours of highlights and interviews with the "gods" of football. It started a few years ago. I'd spent the last 10 years since leaving school working on my badges while working part time at a local amateur team. I knew I wasn't at the peak of football, qualification-wise, but I knew I had the passion and would work harder than anyone. Luckily my wife had funded this adventure. I have 2 years to try and make it and my first steps on this rocky road were out of my rented apartment door, down to the stadium to meet the chairman of Manchester 62 FC, my first steps towards the promised land. I walked into the small office space the club rented and sat down, nervous but excited to see how this was going to go. As the Chairman walked into the room it dawned on me that he wasn't so different to me. He wasn’t some unreachable being from a higher land, he was a hard-working guy whose job was football. He shook my hand enthusiastically, "Welcome to Manchester 62 FC. We're not the biggest football team and we can't offer you the glamour and riches of the clubs you hear about in the news, but we can offer you a firm standing and a platform for you to prove your ability and take this great club forward " This is going well, I thought, smiling pleasantly. " This opportunity is what have an always dreamt of," I told him honestly, "a place where the eyes of a fan base are on me, with pressure to succeed and prove my abilities, not only to you and the fans but to myself and my family back home" "We like your attitude!" He laughed "And I can clearly see that you want this and are willing to make a good go of It. I would just like to say you can be assured of the full backing of the club and we're looking forward to working with you. Your coaches will want a meeting and the seasons expectations are yet to be written up but we'll get it to you as soon as we have sorted it out. The club don't have any specific philosophies we expect you to adhere to but we would like to suggest that you try to build the club on a strong foundation using youth players to ensure our great club stays around for a lot longer. Do you have any question?" "Just when do I start?" I said calmly, "You will meet up with your team tomorrow." He smiled "I would like to formally welcome you to the club Mr Parkes. Here's to the future." I shook his hand and turned to leave the room. I was dazed, walking back to my apartment in a blind combination of happiness and shock. Once I reached my room I flopped onto the bed, called my family and let it all settle in. I am the manager of a club I control and I can mould their future. The fans are relying on me. It was scary, but exciting. I couldn’t wait. After hours of lying there with visions of what was to come buzzing through my brain, I finally fell asleep.
  5. Gibraltar Challenge The goal is to take any team from Gibraltar to the top of the Uefa Champions league and then make the nation World Cup Champions. Rules: No badges/Sunday League footballer The Challenge. Part 1. You have to start as a manager in any Gibraltar club, and without using the editor or any scouting tools, you have to take them to the top of the Champions League. Part 2. You have to win the World Cup with the Gibraltar National Team. Expect to put a LOT into the save if you want to get anywhere near this. You can choose to start as manager of both the Club and National Team from the outset but the fun is to weave a story.
  6. HI!!After many months and a lap top change i decide to post here about my new save with Lincoln red imps and Gribraltar national football team!! I will try win everything with imps,improve their youth and training facilities,improve Gibraltars league and make Gibraltar strong nation in football... THE COACH Lincon red imps profile Lincoln Red Imps Football Club is a semi-professional football club from Gibraltar. They play in the Gibraltar Premier Division, and share the Victoria Stadium with all other clubs in the territory.[1] They are the country's record champion with 22 league titles, the last 14 of which have been consecutive, and in 2014 were the first team to represent Gibraltar in the UEFA Champions League. Imps in Europe.. I think everyone remember this.. Club profile and facilities Victoria stadium History Competitions Squad and key players NATION PROFILE AND POOL NATIONS KEY PLAYERS Competitions Lets start!! First my badget My tactics the same for club and nation Transfers I made 4 moves before friendlies and CH quilifiers one winger,a defensive midfield,one central midfield and a right back First some friendlies i work in fitness and in tactics in pre season Champions league 1st quilifier draw New saints from wales.. 1st and 2nd game results Two easy wins and next is.... Zalgiris from lithuania!I think it is a good draw lets see i will focus in defence both in general and match training.. CL 2nd quilifier 1st game The score early but we took the possesion and score an important goal with Lee Casciaro Gibralltar's national hero!Now lets go to lithuania to fight!! CL 2nd quilifier 2nd game I Can't believe it we won!!We took the lead with sanchez and in 45th minute zalgiris took a red card and we keep it!We are in CL 3rd quilifier thats huge for first season!!The fact that Lincoln is proffesional club in fm 2017 helped a lot because now can sign much better players,in last versions they was semi-pro and reach CH 3rd round wanted too many years!! Here is the important goal!! zalg.avi CL 3rd quilifier Draw Dinamo Zagreb is a much stronger opponent but whatever happens i am happy because we have achieve our goal and reach this round... Thats it until now hope you enjoy it!! ;-)
  7. So I think I've stumbled upon a save that will keep interested until FM18 comes out or further. At this present moment in time it'll probably be past FM18. The aim of the save is to turn Gibraltar into a footballing powerhouse. Unlikely I know, but I'll give it a good crack. I've loaded the Gibraltar league through Steam along with the rest of the standard leagues like England, Germany, France, Scotland, Spain, Ireland, Portugal, Belgium, Wales, Northern Ireland, Holland and Italy etc etc. I've decided to start with no badges and Sunday league rep. As I wasn't sure how long this would last, I don't have many screenshots from the two seasons that I've already completed. The club I have chose is FC Hound Dogs due to the fact they're expected to finish bottom of the second division(9 teams). I have been offered about 10-15 club interviews but rejected all of them as I want to take Hound Dogs as far as possible.
  8. Wasn't sure whether to stick this here or in feature requests so apologies if I picked the wrong place... are there any plans for adding the Gibraltar League system to FM Touch (iPad)? I know it is available for the full game via Steam Workshop but I'd love to be able to play that league on the iPad. thanks
  9. I was wondering if there was a way to give a country a draft/super draft like in america. i read an article about gibraltarian football and one of the comments on the post suggested a national draft to give all the clubs the opportunity to end up with good players, even if it meant just selling them on to increase future finances any help would be appreciated
  10. so i played fm for 4 seasons with arsenal with not problem at all, i then wanted more of a challenge so i downloaded gibralter league 1 and 2, with all the graphical downloads too. after 2-3 months the game keeps crashing on the same date. plz help i get no crash reports :/
  11. This Backstory is totally fictional! New Years Eve went pear shaped, my Wife eventually found out all my indiscretions, and in the ensuing disaster I lost her, my kids, my family disowned me along with all my friends. As the clock struck Midnight I knew a change had to be made. What can I do I thought. I had nothing left apart from a bag of clothes and my National C Licence coaching badge. After a chat with a close friend (the only one who still spoke to me) I knew I had to get out, disappear, create a new identity in a new country. When I arrived at Gatwick Airport I didn't know where I was going to end up. I went to the travel agents inside the airport and asked where the next available flight went, I only had £500 to my name and needed some spare cash when I arrived at my destination to find a hotel and then a job so it had to be as cheap as possible. The destination? Gibraltar. Then it hit me, why not use my National C Licence to do some good. Let's go to Gibraltar and start a journey. I hope I would never return to the UK, instead travel the world seeing all the places I had dreamed of going to, but do to that I had to earn money, I needed a job that paid enough to live, but also enough to save for the future. A career as a journeyman football manager was the perfect choice. As I boarded the flight I knew it was the right choice but I wanted to make it as fun as possible along the way so I needed to set myself some aims, objectives and challenges to do along the way. On the 150 minute flight I drew myself up a list of things. Win the League in a nation before I can move to the next. I can only move to a nation that borders the nation I am in, so from Gibraltar I'd have to move to Spain, and so on and so on. If there is no bordering nation that I haven't already been to then I can move to the nearest one. I have to make my choices to better myself and my financial situation. If a job comes in from a club in the same nation that pays more then I can go (if I want to). I want to win the Champions League in all 6 continents When I finish my journey I want the whole world to know who I am! How will I document my journey? Each new club will have a post telling you about the club, location, squad, etc Each post will be as sharp and to the point as possible. It will be done on a monthly basis with results and table review. At the end of each season there will be a review of the season as a whole. I touched down at Gibraltar Airport and checked myself into the cheapest B&B I could find, when I wake up in the morning I have to go job hunting! Career History 2016/17 - Manchester 62 (Gibraltar) - Premier Division 8th
  12. Hi guys, I'm hoping to run a little experiment and I wanted to use the Gibraltar structure as one of the comparisons. I have decided to use FM Touch rather than full fat but I was surprised to see that there is no Gibraltar structure there when I go to pick my leagues. Is it something that is only available for full fat?
  13. The Small Four is a custom idea where you must take a team from Gibraltar, Andorra, San Marino, and Kosovo to both International and European glory. This save file will be following the custom Gibraltarian team, known as Gibraltar Rocks, named after the Rock of Gibraltar. There will be 3 other saves following the teams in Andorra, San Marino and Kosovo, as I hope to win the World Cup, the Euros, and the Champions Cup with all 4 teams. There will be a write up after every 3 game months to show how the team develops throughout the years.
  14. TLDR version below ~~~~ In this alternate reality, dark times are afoot for Lincoln City Football Club. Unforeseen circumstances meat that the once proud club had become strapped for cash, and as such could no longer afford to run and, as such, was forced to close in mid-June 2015. The club withdrew from the Vanarama National League and folded, leaving their players and staff without jobs and forced to seek employment elsewhere. Another classic football club fades into the pages of history. Meanwhile, a long way south of Lincoln on the mouth of the Mediterranean, changes are also incoming. Having recently been elected as a fully-fledged member of FIFA, Gibraltar is undergoing somewhat of a footballing revolution. With big plans to step up the infrastructure, a new national stadium is due to be completed in Autumn 2016, the Europa Point Stadium. Ultra-modern, and fit for international matches, the national team is looking forward to playing in a purpose-built facility to spearhead their growth. With special dispensation, the national team will be allowed to use the Victoria Stadium for national matches until the new stadium's completion instead of being forced to play in a larger stadium in Portugal. At the same time, the richest person living in Gibraltar, self-made multi-millionaire U.S. national Ruth Parasol, is looking for new business ventures. Being close to the new footballing developments in the nation, she took the opportunity to complete the purchase of the country's most successful team, Lincoln Red Imps. However, she was disdainful of the quality of the Gibraltarian league and, hearing of the demise of Lincoln City and knowing that Welsh teams compete in the English leagues, she saw no reason as to why a Gibraltarian club, itself a principality of the United Kingdom, couldn't also. Many negotiations and much money spent later, Lincoln Red Imps' application to the Vanarama National League was accepted (upon agreeing to renounce their spot in the Champions' League after winning the Gibraltarian league the previous season), and took the place of the recently departed Lincoln City for the 2015/2016 season. The current players and backroom staff signed lucrative full-time contracts using the new owner's funds. Parasol also used her influence in Gibraltar to arrange for the team to use the 8,000-seater Europa Point Stadium from the beginning of the 2017/2018 season, and hopes for the team's presence in the English leagues to spearhead the growth of Gibraltarian football across the continent, and indeed the world. The story is also spreading, and the Red Imps are growing in popularity as a result. What happens next, is up to you... ~~~~ TLDR version: Lincoln City have been set as extinct and removed from the Vanarama National League. Lincoln Red Imps have been added to the league in their place. All Lincoln City players and staff are now free agents. Previously extinct club Gibraltar FC have been revived, and have taken the Red Imps' place in the Gibraltarian Premier League. Lincoln Red Imps have had their nation and continental qualification nation set to England, with the based nation still set to Gibraltar. The club now functions exactly the same as Swansea and Cardiff in that their regens are mostly Gibraltarian. Europa FC take the Red Imps' place in the Champions League qualifiers. Added Ruth Parasol to the game, set her as the club's owner and as a Background Sugar Daddy. Added an unemployed Gibraltarian chairman as the club's chairman. All current players and playing staff have been retained, with players in the database that are currently at the club in real life added. Their CA/PA is unaltered (except those whom had their CA and/or PA set to 0, in which case they have been edited to be similar to the current players at the club and/or in the division. Increased club reputation from 1750 to 2200, which matches the club with the lowest reputation in the division. No other changes have been made to the club, so their facilities/youth recruitment are the same as they are in the regular game. All players are on full time contracts. Those aged 31 or over are on three-year contracts, all others are on five-year contracts, all players are on £500 p/w, with those 21 or under on £350 p/w. Added the Europa Point Stadium to the game, which is due to be built in November 2016. Set the stadium as Gibraltar's national stadium with the Victoria Stadium as an alternate stadium. This means that the VS will be used for national games until EPS is built, and EPS will hold national matches afterward. Lincoln Red Imps will play at VS until 1st July 2017, when they will move to the EPS. The stadium has an 8k capacity with room to expand to 30k, and is owned by the council, not the club. Changed Gibraltar's region as Central Europe, as it made little sense for it to be South Europe. ~~~~ The rest is up to you! I've done various holiday runs on this save while tweaking the editor data and it is perfectly stable. I'm looking for someone to give this a good run, whether it be as a youth-only challenge or playing a regular game. With the squad you have you should easily reach the playoffs, if not automatic promotion, in the first season. If someone wants to create a thread in the Careers forum, that would be great... Where will you take the Red Imps? Will you use Gibraltarian talent alone to take them as far as you can? Or will you be developing them into one of the world's foremost footballing superpowers? You decide! DOWNLOAD LINK: https://1drv.ms/u/s!AkbvKcombkEc85513P3Vpj17EN_HWQ
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