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[FM11] He's Going Home, He Going Home, He's Going... Nobby's Going Home... Version 2

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Not a bad season for you.

Brooks had a great one!

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Just don't ask SnakeXe.He seems to have a vendetta against Nobby,Nep and now JackJCFC from what I've seen this afternoon.

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I just couldn't figure out the grammar to even understand what the rant was...

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I presume there is a post deleted from that person who had a rant in Nep's thread that he gravedug?

Better off I don't know what he said I feel.

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I presume there is a post deleted from that person who had a rant in Nep's thread that he gravedug?

Better off I don't know what he said I feel.

Yes. It was less offensive than it was infantile. Should probably leave it at that, mods have dealt with it.

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Yes, that's the general impression I get of his posting if it is the person I am thinking of.

Anyway, enough of that. On with the thread... when it becomes time to update again. :)

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2031/32 FA CUP THIRD ROUND

CHELTENHAM TOWN 0 Swansea City 2 (6859)

OLDHAM ATHLETIC 0 Coventry City 4 (5773)

KING'S LYNN TOWN 6 Aldershot Town 1 (2457)

BARNET 0 Reading 2 (5000)

FOURTH ROUND

KING'S LYNN TOWN 1 Queens Park Rangers 2 (5845)

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I never went. I just can't play as often these days.

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2031/32 - Newcastle Town (League One)

It's where it goes horribly, horribly wrong

Board: Respectable league position

Media: 11th

Bookies: 25-1

Season tickets: 1264 (up 5)

After last season, Paul Gallagher gets appointed as my new Assistant Manager.

A new kit sponsor is signed for the next three seasons worth £96,540 per season (up £18,120)

I also smash my record signing, splashing out half a million on the young and gigantic Jason Gray from Coventry, who starred on loan at Conference North outfit Nuneaton last season and came highly recommended by my scout.

We lose our first three games before we start playing some decent football.

That doesn't last though as we go on another losing run and sink to the bottom.

By half way we are still in the bottom four and face a long, hard battle.

My 1200th game in charge was a 3-2 win over Brentford in front of only 3329 fans which lifts us off the bottom of the table.

With then games left we are bottom again and nine points from safety.

With three games left we are relegated.

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Edit: Damn, I missed the top off instead of the bottom. Bradford City won the league with Leyton Orient second.

FA CUP THIRD ROUND: Newcastle Town 1 Plymouth Argyle 4

LEAGUE CUP FIRST ROUND: FC Halifax Town 2 Newcastle Town 1

JOHNSTONE'S PAINT TROPHY NORTH SECOND ROUND: Crewe Alexandra 1 Newcastle Town 0

Top rating: Jӧrg Müller 7.12

Top goalscorer: Jӧrg Müller 21 in 38 games

Top league goalscorer: Jӧrg Müller 19 in 33 games

PLAYER OF THE YEAR

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YOUNG PLAYER OF THE YEAR

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So in our seventh season in League One, we drop down to League Two and will have to make some financial cuts.

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BROOKS WATCH

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Manchester United dropped off again, though did qualify for the Europa League courtesy of reaching the FA Cup Final. Brooks will be in England's Euro 2032 squad.

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Roll of Honour

PREMIER LEAGUE

Champions: Manchester City

Champions League qualifiers: Newcastle United, Chelsea, Aston Villa

Relegated: Wolverhampton Wanderers, Wigan Athletic, Nottingham Forest

CHAMPIONSHIP

Champions: Sheffield United

Promoted: West Bromwich Albion, West Ham United

Relegated: Northampton Town, Reading, Crystal Palace

LEAGUE ONE

Champions: Bradford City

Promoted: Leyton Orient, Brighton & Hove Albion

Relegated: Ebbsfleet United, Newcastle Town, Gillingham, Preston North End

LEAGUE TWO

Champions: Stockport County

Promoted: Burton Albion, Grimsby Town, Crewe Alexandra

Relegated: Stevenage Borough, Walsall

CONFERENCE PREMIER

Champions: Barnet

Promoted: Gateshead

Relegated: Torquay United, Northwich Victoria, Eastbourne Town, Bromley

CONFERENCE NORTH

Champions: AFC Telford United

Promoted: Rushden & Diamonds

Relegated: Cambridge City, Woodford United, Farsley

CONFERENCE SOUTH

Champions: Crawley Town

Promoted: Hastings United

Relegated: Cray Wanderers, Weymouth, Eastbourne Borough

ISTHMIAN PREMIER LEAGUE

Champions: Harlow Town

Promoted: Histon

Relegated: Thurrock, Heybridge Swifts, AFC Hornchurch, Tonbridge Angels

NORTHERN PREMIER LEAGUE PREMIER DIVISION

Champions: Worksop Town

Promoted: Morecambe

Relegated: Wingate & Finchley, AFC Fylde, Salford City, Glossop North End

SOUTHERN PREMIER LEAGUE

Champions: Mangotsfield United

Promoted: Newport County

Relegated: Chippenham Town, Stourport Swifts, Cirencester Town, Basingstoke Town

ISTHMIAN FIRST DIVISION NORTH

Champions: Waltham Abbey

Promoted: Tilbury

Relegated: Cheshunt, Concord Rangers

ISTHMIAN FIRST DIVISION SOUTH

Champions: Ashford Town (Middlesex)

Promoted: Eastbourne United Association

Relegated: Corinthian-Casuals, Horsham

NORTHERN PREMIER LEAGUE FIRST DIVISION NORTH

Champions: Skelmersdale United

Promoted: Bridlington Town

Relegated: Ossett Albion, Tadcaster Albion, Droylsden

NORTHERN PREMIER LEAGUE FIRST DIVISION SOUTH

Champions: Alfreton Town

Promoted: Bedfont Town

Relegated: Grantham Town, Chasetown

SOUTHERN FIRST DIVISION CENTRAL

Champions: Cinderford Town

Promoted: Bishop's Cleeve

Relegated: Aylesbury, Redditch United

SOUTHERN FIRST DIVISION SOUTH/WEST

Champions: Sholing

Promoted: Bashley

Relegated: Marlow

* indicates 10 points deducted

FA CUP

Manchester United 0 Chelsea 1

LEAGUE CUP

Millwall 1p Chelsea 1

JOHNSTONE'S PAINT TROPHY

Hampton & Richmond Borough 2p Bury 2

FA TROPHY

Cheltenham Town 1 Tranmere Rovers 0

CHAMPIONS LEAGUE

AC Milan 2 Marseille 1

OAKA Spyros Louis, Athens

EUROPA LEAGUE

Newcastle United 1 Juventus 0

Neuvo Mestalla, Valencia

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MAJOR ENGLISH CLUBS

1. Arsenal

2. Manchester City

3. Chelsea

4. Manchester United

5. Tottenham Hotspur

6. Aston Villa

TOP ENGLISH PLAYERS

1. David Brooks (29 years, ST, Manchester United, 101 caps, 80 goals)

2. Eutemio Shepherd (26 years, M C/M L, Manchester City, 34 caps, 4 goals)

3. Chris Rooney (22 years, AM C, ST/ M/AM L, Tottenham, 10 caps, 8 goals)

4. Danny Beckham (32 years, M C, Manchester City, 72 caps, 13 goals)

5. Glen Marsh (31 years, DM/M C, Chelsea, 34 caps, 2 goals)

6. Rob Dobson (28 years, WB R, DM/ D/M RC, Aston Villa, 33 caps, 1 goal)

Note - caps and goals correct before the European Championship started.

ENGLAND MANAGER

Steve Round

WORLD RANKING

1st

TOP EUROPEAN DOMESTIC COMPETITIONS

1. English Premier League - 4.5*

2. Italian Serie A - 4.5*

3. French Ligue 1 - 4*

4. Spanish Liga BBVA - 4*

5. German First Division - 4*

6. Russian Premier League - 3.5*

Most improved: Sorry, forgot to note down.

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EUROPEAN LEAGUE WINNERS

Austria: Red Bull Salzburg (x24)

Belarus: BATE (x2)

Belgium: Anderlecht (x4)

Bulgaria: Litex (x19)

Croatia: Dinamo Zagreb (x4)

Czech Republic: Sparta Prague (x2)

Denmark: FC Copenhagen (x3)

Finland: HJK Helsinki

France: Lyon (x4)

Germany: Bayern Munich

Greece: Panathinaikos (x5)

Hungary: Debrecen (x2)

Iceland: Njarovík

Israel: Maccabi Haifa (x2)

Italy: AC Milan

Netherlands: PSV (x2)

Northern Ireland: Donegal Celtic (x2)

Norway: Rosenborg (x6)

Poland: Wisla Krakow (x4)

Portugal: Porto (x5)

Republic of Ireland: Bohemians (x3)

Romania: CFR Cluj (x5)

Russia: CSKA Moscow

Scotland: Hibernian

Serbia: Red Star Belgrade

Slovakia: Zilina

Slovenia: Maribor (x3)

Spain: Barcelona

Sweden: AIK Stockholm (x3)

Switzerland: Sion

Turkey: Fenerbahce

Ukraine: Shakhtar Donetsk (x15)

Wales: Neath

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New Club Records

Biggest defeat: Rotherham United 7 Newcastle Town 0

Most league goals: 217 - Mark Talbot

Transfer fee paid: £500,000 for Jason Gray from Coventry City

Transfer spending: £500,000

New League Records

Most assists: 27 - Laurence Byfield (Rotherham United)

Legends

None

Icons

Mark Talbot, Jӧrg Müller

Favoured Personnel

None

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Season Summary

[b]Season[/b]   [b]Team[/b]             [b]Division[/b]                          [b]Pos[/b]   [b]FA Cup[/b]                    [b]Other[/b]
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2010/11  Newcastle Town   Northern First Division South     7th   Second Qualifying Round   FA Trophy Second Qualifying Round
2011/12  Newcastle Town   [b]Northern First Division South     1st[/b]   Preliminary Round         FA Trophy Second Qualifying Round
2012/13  Newcastle Town   Northern Premier                 13th   First Qualifying Round    FA Trophy Second Qualifying Round
2013/14  Newcastle Town   [i]Northern Premier                 20th[/i]   First Qualifying Round    FA Trophy Second Qualifying Round
2014/15  Newcastle Town   [b]Northern First Division South     1st[/b]   First Qualifying Round    FA Trophy Preliminary Round
2015/16  Newcastle Town   Northern Premier                  7th   First Qualifying Round    FA Trophy Third Round
2016/17  Newcastle Town   [b]Northern Premier                  3rd[/b]   Fourth Qualifying Round   FA Trophy Third Qualifying Round
2017/18  Newcastle Town   [b]Conference North                  2nd[/b]   First Round               FA Trophy First Round
2018/19  Newcastle Town   Conference Premier                9th   Third Round               FA Trophy Second Round
2019/20  Newcastle Town   Conference Premier                2nd   First Round               FA Trophy Quarter Final 
2020/21  Newcastle Town   [b]Conference Premier                4th[/b]   Third Round               FA Trophy Quarter Final 
2021/22  Newcastle Town   League Two                        9th   Second Round              League Cup First Round        
2022/23  Newcastle Town   League Two                       17th   Second Round              League Cup Third Round    
2023/24  Newcastle Town   League Two                        6th   Fourth Round              League Cup First Round
2024/25  Newcastle Town   [b]League Two                        3rd[/b]   First Round               League Cup First Round
2025/26  Newcastle Town   League One                        7th   Second Round              League Cup Second Round
2026/27  Newcastle Town   League One                        3rd   Fourth Round              League Cup Second Round
2027/28  Newcastle Town   League One                       15th   Third Round               League Cup Second Round
2028/29  Newcastle Town   League One                       20th   Second Round              League Cup Third Round
2029/30  Newcastle Town   League One                       10th   Third Round               League Cup First Round
2030/31  Newcastle Town   League One                       11th   Third Round               League Cup First Round
2031/32  Newcastle Town   [i]League One                       22nd[/i]   Third Round               League Cup First Round

Note: Bold indicates promotion, italics relegation.

The Trophy Cabinet

LEAGUES

Northern Premier League First Division South - 2011/2 & 2014/5

CUPS

Northern Premier League Challenge Cup - 2016/7

Northern Premier League Chairman's Cup - 2015/6

AWARDS

Conference North Manager of the Season - 2017/8

Northern Premier League First Division South Manager of the Season - 2011/2 & 2014/5

League One Manager of the Month

League Two Manager of the Month three times

Conference Premier Manager of the Month twice

Northern Premier League Premier Division Manager of the Month twice

Northern Premier League First Division South Manager of the Month

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2032 European Championship

Hosts: France

Holders: Germany

GROUP STAGE

Denmark, Switzerland, Ireland, Georgia, Israel, Slovakia, Poland, Bulgaria

SECOND ROUND

Italy 3 Turkey 1

Russia 3 Greece 0

Norway 0 Spain 3

Ukraine 0 Portugal 2

Belgium 0 France 1

Hungary 0 England 2

Iceland 1 Germany 2

Netherlands 2 Croatia 0

QUARTER FINALS

Italy 0 Russia 0p

Portugal 0 Spain 1

England 0 France 2

Germany 1p Netherlands 1

SEMI FINALS

Russia 1 Germany 0

Spain 2 France 1

FINAL

Russia 1 Spain 2

Stade de France, Saint-Denis

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I expect a lot of dodgy refereeing decisions went against you this season.

Boooo.

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Next season's a crucial one I think - if you can recover your momentum and bounce straight back up it could be a good thing for the club. Seems like things just got a bit stale, perhaps relegation is the shakeup you need.

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Tough beat in taking a relegation hit, but hopefully you can hold onto players and bounce immediately back.

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I expect a lot of dodgy refereeing decisions went against you this season.

Boooo.

More like some dodgy footballing ability. :(

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Next season's a crucial one I think - if you can recover your momentum and bounce straight back up it could be a good thing for the club. Seems like things just got a bit stale, perhaps relegation is the shakeup you need.

I get the feeling if we have a great season back in League Two, it will return all the confidence that has been lost in the relegation season.

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Tough beat in taking a relegation hit, but hopefully you can hold onto players and bounce immediately back.

I lost three players of note, two through choice and one who left on a Bosman. Got rid of a couple of other fringe players too. I still got the core with a couple of others added too. A couple of other former fringe players have stepped up in the early weeks of the season. I'll report at the end of the season how it all goes.

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Ouch. Must be frustrating to have such a long term career then find yourself going a step back the ranks. Time to test your side's bouncebackability.

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Tough luck with the relegation- you should be more than handy in League Two though.

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What do you think of your chances of coming straight back up, Nobby? What sort of shape is the squad in and will you have to lose a few players?

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Ouch. Must be frustrating to have such a long term career then find yourself going a step back the ranks. Time to test your side's bouncebackability.

Very frustrating. Hopefully we will go straight back up like the other time we got relegated.

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Tough luck with the relegation- you should be more than handy in League Two though.

Thanks. Bookies and media have us among the favourites.

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What do you think of your chances of coming straight back up, Nobby? What sort of shape is the squad in and will you have to lose a few players?

I lost three players, one of whom was a bit disruptive anyway. I'm quietly confident of going straight back up.

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2032/33 FA CUP THIRD ROUND

Charlton Athletic 5 MANSFIELD TOWN 1 (10,885)

HAYES & YEADING UNITED 0 Manchester City 2 (6500)

Queens Park Rangers 4 SOUTHPORT 0 (11,210)

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2032/33 - Newcastle Town (League Two)

It's where we make up for last season

Board: Win promotion

Media: 2nd

Bookies: 7-4

Season tickets: 1074 (down 190)

Club value: £1,100,000

I sign a one year contract extension (two years left on contract) on £850 per week (down £250).

A decent start is spoiled by a home defeat to Gateshead but it's only a blip as we chase free scoring Oxford United (who scored 24 in their opening 5 games). A win at Oxford puts us top after 13 games.

Come halfway and it's a two horse race as Oxford and ourselves break 50 points.

In the new year I sign another new contract on the same wage, but for a further two and a half years to 2037.

Revenge at Gateshead (4-0) puts us 7 points clear of Oxford and a massive 21 of 4th placed Doncaster with 17 games to play.

A 4-1 win against Oxford all but seals it in early March. Promotion is sealed with 8 games to play and the title with 3 to play.

Our only other defeat all season came at Wrexham.

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23. Wrexham 40 points

24. Rochdale 33 points

FA CUP FIRST ROUND: Cambridge United 3 Newcastle Town 0

LEAGUE CUP SECOND ROUND: Newcastle Town 1 Fulham 5

JOHNSTONE'S PAINT TROPHY NORTH SECOND ROUND: Chesterfield 1p Newcastle Town 1

Top rating: Nikolas Stavrou 7.55

Top goalscorer: Nikolas Stavrou 41 in 44 games

Top league goalscorer: Nikolas Stavrou 41 in 42 games

PLAYER OF THE YEAR

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YOUNG PLAYER OF THE YEAR

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BROOKS WATCH

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Another quality season by England's best player but the season was disappointing for Manchester United who didn't challenge for any trophies.

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Roll of Honour

PREMIER LEAGUE

Champions: Manchester City

Champions League qualifiers: Chelsea, Arsenal, Newcastle United

Relegated: Burnley, Sheffield United, West Ham United

CHAMPIONSHIP

Champions: Nottingham Forest

Promoted: Southampton, Fulham

Relegated: Coventry City, Portsmouth, Bradford City

LEAGUE ONE

Champions: Crystal Palace

Promoted: Exeter City, Northampton Town

Relegated: Stockport County, Luton Town, Burton Albion, Scunthorpe United

LEAGUE TWO

Champions: Newcastle Town

Promoted: Oxford United, Doncaster Rovers, Salisbury City

Relegated: Wrexham, Rochdale

CONFERENCE PREMIER

Champions: Lincoln City

Promoted: Bournemouth

Relegated: Rushden & Diamonds, Hastings United, AFC Telford United, Braintree Town

CONFERENCE NORTH

Champions: Tamworth

Promoted: Altrincham

Relegated: Radcliffe Borough, Northwich Victoria, Solihull Moors

CONFERENCE SOUTH

Champions: Whitstable Town

Promoted: Torquay United

Relegated: Farnborough, Arlesey Town, AFC Hayes

ISTHMIAN PREMIER LEAGUE

Champions: Eastbourne United Association

Promoted: St Neots Town

Relegated: Cray Wanderers, Haverhill Rovers, Tilbury, Leatherhead

NORTHERN PREMIER LEAGUE PREMIER DIVISION

Champions: Stalybridge Celtic

Promoted: Sheffield

Relegated: Leek Town, Ashford Town (Middlesex), Bedfont Town, Carlton Town

SOUTHERN PREMIER LEAGUE

Champions: Hinckley United

Promoted: Bedworth United

Relegated: Bashley, Stourbridge, Tiverton Town, Godalming

ISTHMIAN FIRST DIVISION NORTH

Champions: Heybridge Swifts

Promoted: Waltham Forest

Relegated: Harrow Borough, Enfield Town

ISTHMIAN FIRST DIVISION SOUTH

Champions: Maidstone United

Promoted: Mertsham

Relegated: Tonbridge Angels, Glossop North End

NORTHERN PREMIER LEAGUE FIRST DIVISION NORTH

Champions: Hyde

Promoted: Prescot Cables

Relegated: Woodley Sports, Goole, Dunston UTS

NORTHERN PREMIER LEAGUE FIRST DIVISION SOUTH

Champions: Ilkeston Town

Promoted: Rainworth Miners Welfare

Relegated: Hednesford Town, Buxton

SOUTHERN FIRST DIVISION CENTRAL

Champions: St Albans City

Promoted: Brackley Town

Relegated: Malvern Town, North Leigh

SOUTHERN FIRST DIVISION SOUTH/WEST

Champions: Shortwood United

Promoted: Hungerford Town

Relegated: Chippenham Town

* indicates 10 points deducted

FA CUP

Sunderland 0 Newcastle United 2e

LEAGUE CUP

Aston Villa 1 Tottenham Hotspur 0

JOHNSTONE'S PAINT TROPHY

Colchester United 1 Chesterfield 3

FA TROPHY

Morecambe 3 Tamworth 0

CHAMPIONS LEAGUE

Newcastle United 1 Real Madrid 1p

Estádio José Alvalade Século XXI, Lisbon

EUROPA LEAGUE

Atlético Madrid 0 Valencia 1

Artemio Franchi, Florence

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Great season, Nobby! Absolutely tore it up - would not be surprised to see another promotion challenge next year.

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Absolutely dominant win in the league :)

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Thanks gents. It was comfortably my most dominant season in any season on any version of the game, and FM2012 and CM Italia are the only ones I haven't played.

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MAJOR ENGLISH CLUBS

1. Arsenal

2. Manchester City

3. Chelsea

4. Newcastle United

5. Manchester United

6. Aston Villa

TOP ENGLISH PLAYERS

1. David Brooks (30 years, ST, Manchester United, 113 caps, 90 goals)

2. Eutemio Shepherd (27 years, M C/M L, Manchester City, 39 caps, 4 goals)

3. Chris Rooney (23 years, AM C, ST/ M/AM L, Tottenham Hotspur, 14 caps, 12 goals)

4. Adam Webb (24 years, ST, Manchester City, 8 caps, 11 goals)

5. Anthony Downing (31 years, D C, DM/M C, 27 caps, 3 goals)

6. Kyle Edwards (29 years, ST, Newcastle United, 6 caps)

ENGLAND MANAGER

Gary Neville

WORLD RANKING

1st

TOP EUROPEAN DOMESTIC COMPETITIONS

1. English Premier League - 4.5*

2. Italian Serie A - 4.5*

3. French Ligue 1 - 4*

4. Spanish Liga BBVA - 4*

5. German First Division - 4*

6. Russian Premier League - 3.5*

Most improved: Faroese Premier Division, 629th to 442nd, 0.5*

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EUROPEAN LEAGUE WINNERS

Austria: Rapid Vienna

Belarus: BATE (x3)

Belgium: Standard Liege

Bulgaria: Litex (x20)

Croatia: Dinamo Zagreb (x5)

Czech Republic: Sparta Prague (x3)

Denmark: FC Copenhagen (x4)

Finland: TPS

France: Lyon (x5)

Germany: Bayern Munich (x2)

Greece: Panathinaikos (x6)

Hungary: Debrecen (x3)

Iceland: Grótta

Israel: Maccabi Haifa (x3)

Italy: AC Milan (x2)

Netherlands: PSV (x3)

Northern Ireland: Donegal Celtic (x3)

Norway: Rosenborg (x7)

Poland: Wisla Krakow (x5)

Portugal: Porto (x6)

Republic of Ireland: Bohemians (x4)

Romania: CFR Cluj (x6)

Russia: Zenit St Petersburg

Scotland: Hibernian (x2)

Serbia: Partizan Belgrade

Slovakia: Zilina (x2)

Slovenia: Maribor (x4)

Spain: Barcelona (x2)

Sweden: IFK Gothenborg

Switzerland: Sion (x2)

Turkey: Galatasaray

Ukraine: Shakhtar Donetsk (x16)

Wales: The New Saints

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New Club Records

Games won in a row: 11

Games without losing: 24

Assists: 26 - Neil Short

Average rating: 7.38 - Nikolas Stavrou

League goals: 218 - Mark Talbot

New League Records

Consecutive games without losing: 33 - Newcastle Town

Most points: 118 - Newcastle Town

Most goals: 117 - Newcastle Town

Top goalscorer: 41 - Nikolas Stavrou (Newcastle Town)

Legends

None

Icons

Mark Talbot, Jӧrg Müller

Favoured Personnel

Nikolas Stavrou

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Season Summary

[b]Season[/b]   [b]Team[/b]             [b]Division[/b]                          [b]Pos[/b]   [b]FA Cup[/b]                    [b]Other[/b]
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2010/11  Newcastle Town   Northern First Division South     7th   Second Qualifying Round   FA Trophy Second Qualifying Round
2011/12  Newcastle Town   [b]Northern First Division South     1st[/b]   Preliminary Round         FA Trophy Second Qualifying Round
2012/13  Newcastle Town   Northern Premier                 13th   First Qualifying Round    FA Trophy Second Qualifying Round
2013/14  Newcastle Town   [i]Northern Premier                 20th[/i]   First Qualifying Round    FA Trophy Second Qualifying Round
2014/15  Newcastle Town   [b]Northern First Division South     1st[/b]   First Qualifying Round    FA Trophy Preliminary Round
2015/16  Newcastle Town   Northern Premier                  7th   First Qualifying Round    FA Trophy Third Round
2016/17  Newcastle Town   [b]Northern Premier                  3rd[/b]   Fourth Qualifying Round   FA Trophy Third Qualifying Round
2017/18  Newcastle Town   [b]Conference North                  2nd[/b]   First Round               FA Trophy First Round
2018/19  Newcastle Town   Conference Premier                9th   Third Round               FA Trophy Second Round
2019/20  Newcastle Town   Conference Premier                2nd   First Round               FA Trophy Quarter Final 
2020/21  Newcastle Town   [b]Conference Premier                4th[/b]   Third Round               FA Trophy Quarter Final 
2021/22  Newcastle Town   League Two                        9th   Second Round              League Cup First Round        
2022/23  Newcastle Town   League Two                       17th   Second Round              League Cup Third Round    
2023/24  Newcastle Town   League Two                        6th   Fourth Round              League Cup First Round
2024/25  Newcastle Town   [b]League Two                        3rd[/b]   First Round               League Cup First Round
2025/26  Newcastle Town   League One                        7th   Second Round              League Cup Second Round
2026/27  Newcastle Town   League One                        3rd   Fourth Round              League Cup Second Round
2027/28  Newcastle Town   League One                       15th   Third Round               League Cup Second Round
2028/29  Newcastle Town   League One                       20th   Second Round              League Cup Third Round
2029/30  Newcastle Town   League One                       10th   Third Round               League Cup First Round
2030/31  Newcastle Town   League One                       11th   Third Round               League Cup First Round
2031/32  Newcastle Town   [i]League One                       22nd[/i]   Third Round               League Cup First Round
2032/33  Newcastle Town   [b]League Two                        1st[/b]   First Round               League Cup Second Round

Note: Bold indicates promotion, italics relegation.

The Trophy Cabinet

LEAGUES

League Two - 2032/3

Northern Premier League First Division South - 2011/2 & 2014/5

CUPS

Northern Premier League Challenge Cup - 2016/7

Northern Premier League Chairman's Cup - 2015/6

AWARDS

League Two Manager of the Season - 2032/3

Conference North Manager of the Season - 2017/8

Northern Premier League First Division South Manager of the Season - 2011/2 & 2014/5

League One Manager of the Month

League Two Manager of the Month eight times

Conference Premier Manager of the Month twice

Northern Premier League Premier Division Manager of the Month twice

Northern Premier League First Division South Manager of the Month

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Well done for bouncing back Nobby and congratulations on such a dominant league campaign. :)

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An immediate promotion was exactly what you needed :thup:. The longer you lingered around League Two, the more difficult you'd find it to get back into League One. Now to push on and get back to where you were 7 years ago.

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Smashed it! good luck in League one i hope you consolidate and move onwards and upwards!

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Nice work bouncing back at the first attempt.

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Thank you chaps.

The only downside to such a dominating campaign, bigger clubs are sniffing around half of my players. How next season goes depends on how many we can keep.

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Thank you chaps.

The only downside to such a dominating campaign, bigger clubs are sniffing around half of my players. How next season goes depends on how many we can keep.

I know that feeling :(

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