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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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Strength in depth? Do you think we're made of money? :D

I could do with going out of the Trophy earlier for sure. Wouldn't mind an FA Cup run though, we've been poor in that so far.

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Progress on this save is unfortunately going to slow down over the next few months. On Saturday I will be going skiing (pending booking last minute) and then when I come back and go back to work, we will have started extending and refitting the shop I manage, which is going to lead to many long working days until it is completed in early to mid August.

I'll still play, it just won't be as often. And I don't get to play as often as I would like to now!

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I don't know whether you're bothered, but, incase you are, your Skype name is visible on that screen there.

That's a shame about a further reduction in your playing time, but I am certainly jealous of that skiing trip!

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Progress on this save is unfortunately going to slow down over the next few months. On Saturday I will be going skiing (pending booking last minute) and then when I come back and go back to work, we will have started extending and refitting the shop I manage, which is going to lead to many long working days until it is completed in early to mid August.

I'll still play, it just won't be as often. And I don't get to play as often as I would like to now!

When do you get to play golf?

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2016/7 - Newcastle Town (Northern Premier League Premier Division)

It's where end of season form counts

Board: Playoffs

Media: 5th

Bookies: 14-1

Season tickets: 95 (up 3)

Start very well and we top the table early doors. We also make some progress in the FA Cup.

Into November and we hump leaders Bradford Park Avenue 5-0 to go back to the top. Things are looking very good.

Then we get hit by injuries again, this time in November and December. We manage to stay in the top three.

Things slip in the New Year as Bradford Park Avenue pull clear, though we cling on.

We improve, though the top two are now too far clear. We are bang on form as we make the playoffs, having won the last four and unbeaten in thirteen.

We dispatch Witton 2-0 at Wincham Park in the semi final, before outplaying AFC Fylde in front of a record crowd at Lyme Valley to again win 2-0.

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FA CUP FOURTH QUALIFYING ROUND: Wrexham 5 Newcastle Town 0

FA TROPHY THIRD QUALIFYING ROUND: Newcastle Town 1 Guiseley 3

NORTHERN PREMIER LEAGUE CHALLENGE CUP FINAL: Newcastle Town 2 Brigg Town 1 (at Millmoor, Rotherham)

Top rating: Sean McHugh 7.21

Top goalscorer: Kristján Emilsson 16 in 53 games

Top league goalscorer: Kristján Emilsson 11 in 42 games

PLAYER OF THE YEAR

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YOUNG PLAYER OF THE YEAR

Sean McHugh

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Roll of Honour

PREMIER LEAGUE

Champions: Manchester United

Champions League qualifiers: Tottenham Hotspur, Manchester City, Chelsea

Relegated: Southampton, Birmingham City, Blackpool

CHAMPIONSHIP

Champions: Reading

Promoted: West Bromwich Albion, Swansea City

Relegated: Doncaster Rovers, Swindon Town, Ipswich Town

LEAGUE ONE

Champions: Peterborough United

Promoted: Preston North End, Milton Keynes Dons

Relegated: Brentford, Notts County, Oldham Athletic, Crewe Alexandra

LEAGUE TWO

Champions: Scunthorpe United

Promoted: Exeter City, Darlington, Barnet

Relegated: Gateshead, AFC Wimbledon

CONFERENCE PREMIER

Champions: Cambridge United

Promoted: Dagenham & Redbridge

Relegated: Aldershot Town, VCD Athletic, Tamworth, Gainsborough Trinity

CONFERENCE NORTH

Champions: Alfreton Town

Promoted: Nuneaton Town

Relegated: Harrogate Town, Northwich Victoria, Lowestoft Town

CONFERENCE SOUTH

Champions: Havant & Waterlooville

Promoted: Bromley

Relegated: Maidenhead United, Gloucester City, Truro City

ISTHMIAN PREMIER LEAGUE

Champions: Dover Athletic

Promoted: Harlow Town

Relegated: Croydon Athletic, Metropolitan Police, Margate, Concord Rangers

NORTHERN PREMIER LEAGUE PREMIER DIVISION

Champions: Bradford Park Avenue

Promoted: Newcastle Town

Relegated: Stocksbridge Park Steels, Lancaster City, Leek Town, Stafford Rangers

SOUTHERN PREMIER LEAGUE

Champions: Hednesford Town

Promoted: Dorchester Town

Relegated: Dunstable Town, AFC Hayes, Swindon Supermarine, Didcot Town

ISTHMIAN FIRST DIVISION NORTH

Champions: Dartford

Promoted: Enfield Town

Relegated: Redbridge, Thamesmead Town

ISTHMIAN FIRST DIVISION SOUTH

Champions: Corinthian-Casuals

Promoted: Horsham YMCA

Relegated: Faversham Town, Sittingbourne

NORTHERN PREMIER LEAGUE FIRST DIVISION NORTH

Champions: Kendal Town

Promoted: Garforth Town

Relegated: Ossett Albion, Maldon & Tiptree, Durham City

NORTHERN PREMIER LEAGUE FIRST DIVISION SOUTH

Champions: Buxton

Promoted: Hucknall Town

Relegated: Atherstone Town, Carlton Town

SOUTHERN FIRST DIVISION CENTRAL

Champions: Hitchin Town

Promoted: Cambridge City

Relegated: Stourbridge, Cinderford Town

SOUTHERN FIRST DIVISION SOUTH/WEST

Champions: Thame United

Promoted: Eastleigh

Relegated: Bideford

* indicates 10 points deducted

FA CUP

Aston Villa 1 Wigan Athletic 0

LEAGUE CUP

Liverpool 2 Manchester City 1

JOHNSTONE'S PAINT TROPHY

Barnsley 1 Shrewsbury Town 0

FA TROPHY

Dagenham & Redbridge 1 Havant & Waterlooville 0

CHAMPIONS LEAGUE

Manchester City 1p Lyon 1

The Millennium Stadium, Cardiff

EUROPA LEAGUE

Everton 1 Palermo 1p

Stadium of Light, Sunderland

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EUROPEAN LEAGUE WINNERS

Austria: Red Bull Salzburg (x9)

Belarus: BATE Borisov (x11)

Belgium: Anderlecht (x8)

Bulgaria: Litex (x4)

Croatia: Dinamo Zagreb

Czech Republic: Sparta Prague (x2)

Denmark: FC Copenhagen (x9)

Finland: JJK (x2)

France: Lyon

Germany: Bayern Munich

Greece: Xanthi

Hungary: Haladás

Iceland: Fram

Israel: Maccabi Haifa

Italy: Palermo

Netherlands: Ajax (x2)

Northern Ireland: Linfield (x8)

Norway: Molde

Poland: Wisla Krakow (x5)

Portugal: Porto (x2)

Republic of Ireland: Bohemians (x5

Romania: Universitatea Craiova

Russia: Zenit St Petersburg

Scotland: Rangers (x3)

Serbia: Red Star Belgrade

Slovakia: Slovan Bratislava

Slovenia: Gorica

Spain: Real Madrid

Sweden: AIK Stockholm (x4)

Switzerland: Basel (x3)

Turkey: Ankaragücü

Ukraine: Dynamo Kiev

Wales: Llanelli

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MAJOR ENGLISH CLUBS

1. Manchester United

2. Manchester City

3. Liverpool

4. Chelsea

5. Arsenal

6. Tottenham Hotspur

TOP ENGLISH PLAYERS

1. Wayne Rooney (Manchester United, 116 caps, 60 goals)

6. Michael Saunders (Monaco, 6 caps)

2. Jack Rodwell (Everton, 48 caps, 7 goals)

3. Joe Hart (Manchester City, 74 caps)

5. Aaron Lennon (Lyon, 60 caps, 4 goals)

4. Ryan Shawcross (Manchester City, 57 caps, 2 goals)

TOP EUROPEAN DOMESTIC COMPETITIONS

1. English Premier League - 4.5*

2. Italian Serie A - 4.5*

3. Spanish Liga BBVA - 4*

4. German First Division - 4*

5. French Ligue 1 - 4*

6. English FA Cup - 3.5*

Most improved: Campionato Sammarinese - 768th to 519th (0.5*)

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New Club Records

Highest league position: 3rd in Northern Premier League Premier Division

Highest attendance: 1580 v AFC Flyde, Northern Premier League Premier Division Playoff Final

Highest gate receipts: £16,468 v AFC Flyde, Northern Premier League Premier Division Playoff Final

Average attendance: 348

Biggest defeat: 0-5 v Wrexham (A), FA Cup Fourth Qualifying Round

Most games without losing: 15

Most league appearances: 243 - Lassana Sidibé

Most league goals: 96 - Liam Rushton

Oldest player: 32 years 195 days - Chris Butler v AFC Fylde (H), Northern Premier League Premier Division Playoff Final

New League Records

None

All Time Best Eleven

New inductees in italics

GK - Josh James (175, 0, 6.77)

DR - Joe Selby (239, 2, 6.85)

DC - Sean McHugh (108, 4, 7.14)

DC - David Morley (228, 6, 6.97)

MR - Tony Coke (95, 15, 6.87)

ML - Jake Jones (106, 10, 6.74) - stats not updated again!

MC - Paul Gallagher (124, 14, 7.020)

MC - David Lacey (129, 11, 6.93)

ST - Kristján Emilsson (176, 56, 7.05)

ST - Liam Rushton (277, 114, 7.00)

SB - Robert Hughes (204, 4, 6.92)

SB - Lassana Sidibé (282, 46, 6.86)

SB - Jordan Thewlis (113, 18, 6.78)

Legends

None

Icons

None

Favoured Personnel

David Morley, Sean McHugh, Liam Rushton

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Congrats! What do you get promoted to, now?

Thanks. :)

Conference North.

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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   Northern First Division South     [b]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   Northern Premier                 [i]20th[/i]   First Qualifying Round    FA Trophy Second Qualifying Round
2014/15  Newcastle Town   Northern First Division South     [b]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   Northern Premier                  [b]3rd[/b]   Fourth Qualifying Round   FA Trophy Third Qualifying 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

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

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 Nobby! Are you ready for Conference North football? Or more importantly, is the Conference North ready for you? ;)

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Top promotioning! I never seem to hit the playoffs in form, I always seem to be sliding down from a title challenge then lose in the final, so irritating...

Good luck in the BSN :thup:

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good luck in the BSN next season man, your nearly at the football league :)

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Thank you guys. I'll need a few positions strengthening if we're going to compete.

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Just got home from golfing and wanted to say good luck in the BSN. I think you can compete with it; it's often got a fairly wide spread of ability top to bottom, since not enough teams exit out the bottom each year, IIRC.

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Total Extreme Wrestling? :D

Good luck surviving BSN, that should be quite interesting :thup:

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Well done on finally escaping the Regional leagues!

Crap season for Swindon I see...both Town and Supermarine relegated :(

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Just got home from golfing and wanted to say good luck in the BSN. I think you can compete with it; it's often got a fairly wide spread of ability top to bottom, since not enough teams exit out the bottom each year, IIRC.

We shall see. Despite doing well the last two seasons, we need to be more potent in front of goal in Conference North.

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Total Extreme Wrestling? :D

Good luck surviving BSN, that should be quite interesting :thup:

Yes, it's a game where you run a wrestling promotion. Surprisingly very good.

All my games are interesting. ;)

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Well done Nobby. Best of luck in Conference North.

Thank you Tom.

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Well done on finally escaping the Regional leagues!

Crap season for Swindon I see...both Town and Supermarine relegated :(

Cheers Ron. Yes, neither Swindon did very well at all.

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Yes, it's a game where you run a wrestling promotion. Surprisingly very good.

All my games are interesting. ;)

Do you mean in the words of Roleplaying?

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TEW is along the lines of Football Manager but instead of managing a football club, you either own to manage a wrestling promotion.

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TEW is along the lines of Football Manager but instead of managing a football club, you either own to manage a wrestling promotion.

TEW is a blast from the past..I used to play that years ago. It was really basic back then and you'd only get the show / event results after organising the card and storylines. What's it like these days?

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As Uncle ron said, well done on getting out of the regional divisions :thup:. Now it gets tough ;)

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That sounds decent. Tbh, I thought it was actual wrestling, hence my laugh.

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TEW is a blast from the past..I used to play that years ago. It was really basic back then and you'd only get the show / event results after organising the card and storylines. What's it like these days?

It is a lot more advanced these days and has far more depth... though the results are of similar nature, fairly basic.

A demo can be downloaded from here.

http://www.greydogsoftware.com/downloads.php?id=83

If memory serves me correct, all features are fully active and you get one game month of play. Like FM, if you like the game, the save file can be transferred to the full game.

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As Uncle ron said, well done on getting out of the regional divisions :thup:. Now it gets tough ;)

Cheers Raware. I should be finding out how tough tomorrow night when I should be starting the season...

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Well played on the promotion Nobby, nice too see you bouncing back from relegation so well. :thup:

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Thanks Cardio. Hopefully I won't be doing that again though!

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Congrats on the promotion Nobby! Great career so far...what attracted me to it funnily enough was the fact that you got relegated!! I like seeing threads where people aren't just winning everything in site!

Keep up the good work and good luck in the Blue Square North!!

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Thank you chaps.

Yes, I don't quit on a club, especially one I have a great affinity for, just because I've had one bad season. Pick yourself up, dust yourself off and get cracking on the next season.

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Tough luck missing out on the Playoffs Nobby. But a good season overall. Should set you up nicely as a real promotion contender next season.

Ouch, I see my Stags got relegated.

Are you a Mansfield supporter? My Grandad played one game for them in the sixties I think, so I always keep an eye on them, though recently it hasn't gone so well....

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Bolton Wanderers 0 Stoke City 5.

Absolutely awesome. :)

That is all. I still have six games left to play...

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2017/8 - Newcastle Town (Conference North)

It's where I'm left pinching myself

Board: Stay clear of relegation

Media: 17th

Bookies: 10-1

Season tickets: 102 (up 7)

A new kit deal is signed worth £4400 per season for four seasons.

We kick off our first ever game at level 6 at Droylsden and come away with a creditable 2-2 draw.

Our first win comes in game four, a 1-0 victory at Kidderminster.

We get into a groove, helped by a fine cup run and push into the playoffs. We even win 2-1 at leaders FC Halifax.

Into the New Year though and our form dips.

We rediscover our form and start shooting back up the table.

A strong run puts us in contention for the sole automatic promotion place but Fleetwood seal it with a game left.

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The semi finals see us beat Barrow 2-0 away and 1-0 at home, which sets up a final between the North of Staffordshire and the South.

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Get in! \o/

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FA CUP FIRST ROUND: Bradford City 4 Newcastle Town 1

FA TROPHY FIRST ROUND: Stockport County 1 Newcastle Town 0

Top rating: Chris Jackson 7.05

Top goalscorer: Dave Spence 20 in 48 games

Top league goalscorer: Dave Spence 18 in 41 games

PLAYER OF THE YEAR

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YOUNG PLAYER OF THE YEAR

Shane Sheldon

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Here is the superb end of season run that ultimately won us promotion.

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Roll of Honour

PREMIER LEAGUE

Champions: Arsenal

Champions League qualifiers: Chelsea, Manchester City, Tottenham Hotspur

Relegated: Reading, West Bromwich Albion, Swansea City

CHAMPIONSHIP

Champions: Leeds United

Promoted: Norwich City, Birmingham City

Relegated: Watford, Preston North End, Colchester United

LEAGUE ONE

Champions: Northampton Town

Promoted: Swindon Town, Luton Town

Relegated: Exeter City, Hartlepool United, Darlington, Bristol Rovers

LEAGUE TWO

Champions: Crewe Alexandra

Promoted: Port Vale, Brentford, Notts County

Relegated: Kettering Town, Shrewsbury Town

CONFERENCE PREMIER

Champions: AFC Wimbledon

Promoted: Stockport County

Relegated: Alfreton Town, Ebbsfleet United, FC United of Manchester, Chelmsford City

CONFERENCE NORTH

Champions: Fleetwood Town

Promoted: Newcastle Town

Relegated: Nantwich Town, Hinckley United*, Malvern Town

CONFERENCE SOUTH

Champions: Woking

Promoted: Newport County

Relegated: Kingstonian, Lewes, Wealdstone*

ISTHMIAN PREMIER LEAGUE

Champions: Needham Market

Promoted: Ramsgate

Relegated: Arlesey Town, Walton & Hersham, Horsham YMCA, Hemel Hempstead Town

NORTHERN PREMIER LEAGUE PREMIER DIVISION

Champions: Burscough

Promoted: Prescot Cables

Relegated: Guiseley, Frickley Athletic, Grantham Town, Colwyn Bay

SOUTHERN PREMIER LEAGUE

Champions: Windsor & Eton

Promoted: Eastleigh

Relegated: Gloucester City, Hungerford Town, Abingdon United, Cirencester Town

ISTHMIAN FIRST DIVISION NORTH

Champions: Hendon

Promoted: Chatham Town

Relegated: Uxbridge, Great Wakering Rovers

ISTHMIAN FIRST DIVISION SOUTH

Champions: Margate

Promoted: Burgess Hill Town

Relegated: Metropolitan Police, Whitstable Town

NORTHERN PREMIER LEAGUE FIRST DIVISION NORTH

Champions: Bridlington Town

Promoted: Wakefield

Relegated: North Ferriby United, Lancaster City, Salford City

NORTHERN PREMIER LEAGUE FIRST DIVISION SOUTH

Champions: Curzon Ashton

Promoted: Chester

Relegated: Leek Town, Stamford

SOUTHERN FIRST DIVISION CENTRAL

Champions: Rugby Town

Promoted: Bedford Town

Relegated: Northwood, Woodford United

SOUTHERN FIRST DIVISION SOUTH/WEST

Champions: Yate Town

Promoted: Swindon Supermarine

Relegated: North Leigh

* indicates 10 points deducted

FA CUP

Burnley 1 Manchester City 3

LEAGUE CUP

Chelsea 4 Tottenham Hotspur 1

JOHNSTONE'S PAINT TROPHY

Barnsley 1 Portsmouth 0

FA TROPHY

Salisbury City 1 Stockport County 3

CHAMPIONS LEAGUE

Palermo 2 CSKA Moscow 3

Estadio de Madrid, Madrid

EUROPA LEAGUE

Manchester City 0 Tottenham Hotspur 1

Stadion Miejski im. Henryka Reymana, Krakow

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EUROPEAN LEAGUE WINNERS

Austria: Red Bull Salzburg (x10)

Belarus: Dinamo Minsk

Belgium: Anderlecht (x9)

Bulgaria: Litex (x5)

Croatia: Dinamo Zagreb (x2)

Czech Republic: Sparta Prague (x3)

Denmark: FC Copenhagen (x10)

Finland: HJK Helsinki

France: Lyon (x2)

Germany: Bayern Munich (x2)

Greece: Panathinaikos

Hungary: Debrecen

Iceland: KR

Israel: Maccabi Haifa (x2)

Italy: Inter Milan

Netherlands: Ajax (x3)

Northern Ireland: Linfield (x9)

Norway: Rosenborg

Poland: Wisla Krakow (x6)

Portugal: Porto (x3)

Republic of Ireland: Bohemians (x6)

Romania: FC Timişoara

Russia: Zenit St Petersburg (x2)

Scotland: Rangers (x4)

Serbia: Red Star Belgrade (x2)

Slovakia: Zilina

Slovenia: Maribor

Spain: Real Madrid (x2)

Sweden: AIK Stockholm (x5)

Switzerland: Basel (x4)

Turkey: Besiktas

Ukraine: Shakhtar Donetsk

Wales: Llanelli (x2)

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MAJOR ENGLISH CLUBS

1. Manchester City

2. Manchester United

3. Arsenal

4. Chelsea

5. Liverpool

6. Tottenham Hotspur

TOP ENGLISH PLAYERS

1. Wayne Rooney (Manchester United, 125 caps, 66 goals)

2. Michael Saunders (Monaco, 9 caps)

3. Charles Phiri (Chelsea, 9 caps)

4. Jack Rodwell (Everton, 57 caps, 10 goals)

5. Ryan Shawcross (Manchester City, 65 caps, 3 goals)

6. Joe Hart (Manchester City, 80 caps)

TOP EUROPEAN DOMESTIC COMPETITIONS

1. English Premier League - 4.5*

2. Italian Serie A - 4.5*

3. Spanish Liga BBVA - 4*

4. German First Division - 4*

5. French Ligue 1 - 4*

6. English FA Cup - 3.5*

Most improved: Faroese Premier Division - 842nd to 712th (0.5*)

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New Club Records

Highest league position: 2nd in Conference North

Highest attendance: 3012 v Barrow (Conference North Playoff Semi Final 2nd leg)

Highest gate receipts: £31,487 v Barrow (Conference North Playoff Semi Final 2nd leg)

Average attendance: 654

Most games without losing: 18

Most league appearances: 253 - Liam Rushton

Most league goals: 98 - Liam Rushton

Oldest player: 33 years 166 days - Chris Butler (v Nantwich Town, away, Conference North)

Oldest goalscorer: 33 years 17 days - Chris Butler (v Malvern Town, home, Conference North)

New League Records

Lowest attendance: 91 - Malvern Town v Harlow Town

Most goals scored: 78 - Droylsden

Most goals conceded: 84 - Southport

Worst team discipline: 124 yellows, 5 reds - Newcastle Town

Most assists: 20 - Nathan Taggart (Tamworth)

All Time Best Eleven

New inductees in italics

GK - Ryan Lamb (108 games, 0 goals, 6.80 rating)

DR - Joe Selby (283, 2, 6.84)

DL - Robert Hughes (205, 4, 6.91)

DC - Sean McHugh (156, 6, 7.10)

DC - David Morley (228, 6, 6.97) - stats not updated

MR - Lassana Sidibé (282, 46, 6.86) - stats not updated

ML - Jake Jones (106, 10, 6.74) - stats not updated again!

MC - Paul Gallagher (168, 17, 7.00)

MC - David Lacey (178, 15, 6.90)

ST - Kristján Emilsson (176, 56, 7.05) - stats not updated

ST - Liam Rushton (304, 117, 6.97)

SB - Josh James (175, 0, 6.77)

MR - Tony Coke (95, 15, 6.87) - stats not updated

SB - Jordan Thewlis (113, 18, 6.78) - stats not updated

SB - Chris Butler (102, 1, 6.81)

Note: Does anyone know why so many players' records aren't updating in the best XI?

Legends

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Icons

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Favoured Personnel

Shane Sheldon, David Morley

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