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SRL88's FM12 Journeyman Career

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Cracking couple of months if you ignore the domestic cups, it's great to see Celio and Ord sharing the goal-scoring burden. What are your facilities like?

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Cracking couple of months if you ignore the domestic cups, it's great to see Celio and Ord sharing the goal-scoring burden. What are your facilities like?

Cheers fella :thup:. Ord and Celio have been fantastic this season. I was expecting to ease Ord out of the team to be honest, but with Celio being in such fantastic form it seems to have spurred Ord on.

All my facilities are listed as 'state of the art' :cool:.

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Come on....give me a challenge at least ;).

Play in goal yourself?

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I used to be a goalkeeper in Primary School.....until I turned into a midfielder for Middlesbrough Youth Academy :cool:.

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if u want a challenge how about breaking the record of the late Tomislav Ivic who won a national championship in 6 different countries

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I already have my challenge's set which I have mentioned in the OP and have mentioned throughout the thread.

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I am hoping to get back into the updates at some point this evening, but if not tonight, definitely over the week-end (minus during the FA Cup Final) :thup:.

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I am hoping to get back into the updates at some point this evening, but if not tonight, definitely over the week-end (minus during the FA Cup Final) :thup:.

Don't want to miss that! :)

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FA Cup Final > FM ;) Gotta stay up til 2am just to wait for the start though, gonna be a long night tomorrow :D

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Don't want to miss that! :)

Definitely not.

FA Cup Final > FM ;) Gotta stay up til 2am just to wait for the start though, gonna be a long night tomorrow :D

Haha, that will be a long day for you in total then...but worth it.

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FA Cup Final > FM ;) Gotta stay up til 2am just to wait for the start though, gonna be a long night tomorrow :D

I hear your pain. I think its a Sunday 2:15am kick off eastern Australian time. The old midnight kick off used to be good.

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Riiiiiiiight.....I am going to start writing a few updates for you boys and girls :).

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These are my last 10 games of the season and I have just realised that 'if' I remain unbeaten, I will beat Arsenal's 49 game unbeaten record.

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These are my last 10 games of the season and I have just realised that 'if' I remain unbeaten, I will beat Arsenal's 49 game unbeaten record.

Already done that with Swansea. ;)

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SRL88's Career - March & April 2028 - Liverpool FC

Premier League

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Two cracking months for us in March and April as we remain unbeaten with just two games left. I think you are all clever enough to do the maths so I wont go on. We started with two 4-0 wins over Leicester and Huddersfield before a trip to Villa Park which resulted in a solid 2-0 win. A bit of an annoying draw away to Stoke followed before we got back to winning ways with a nice 4-1 win over WBA. We produced three fantastic displays following this with fine wins over Spurs and Everton either side of a solid 3-1 win over Man Utd. Despite a frustrating draw at home to Sunderland to round off April, we have done all the hard work.

Champions League 1st Knockout Round 2nd Leg

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A second half collapse in Madrid see's us exit the Champions League. We fell behind early on but Chris Ord levelled things up. We went in at half time level and I tried my best to motivate the lads but Madird blitzed us in the second half. Three goals within 10 second half minutes were enough to knock us out.

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Yup, thats right, the Man Utd result has concluded with this:

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Already done that with Swansea. ;)

Show off :p.

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SRL88's Career - May 2028 - Liverpool FC

Premier League

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So another two wins see's us go through the entire season unbeaten. An excellent achievement!!! A solid win away to West Ham opened May for us as we put in a very good performance. We finished the season with a cracking win over Nottingham Forest with Chris Ord celebrating his new contract in style.

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Two excellent records :cool:.

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I like this board.

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I like this Liverpool side.

I like this comment.

Great season!

Cheers fella.

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SRL88's Career - Season Review - 2027/28 - Liverpool FC

Premier League - Results 1 - Results 2 (1st - CHAMPIONS)

What a brilliant campaign for us. We managed to go the entire season unbeaten and in the process eclipse Arsenal's record of 49 league games unbeaten. We were fantastic in the first half of the season, winning all but three of our games as we marched to the top of the league before going away for the World Club Championship's. When we came back we picked up where we left off as we went on a fantastic run of high scoring wins such as the 5-0 wins over Blackburn, Middlesbrough and Chelsea as well as the 6-1 win over Arsenal. Our fine form continued throughout the second half of the season and we officially sealed the title with a 3-1 win over Man Utd with four games to spare.

FA Cup (Knocked out in 4th Round)

A pretty shocking FA Cup showing for us, especially after what I am used to. We were knocked out by Championship side Birmingham.

League Cup (Knocked out in Semi-Final)

We got to the Semi-Final stage pretty easily as we got passed lower league opposition without to much trouble. We drew Newcastle in the Semi-Final who battered us in the first leg. A 3-0 defeat left us with it all to do at Anfield and much to my amazement we found ourselves on the brink as we went 4-0 up. Newcastle scored late on though to take things to extra time, and this took the sting out of us as we went out at a whimper in extra time.

Community Shield (Winners)

The usual. A 3-1 win over Spurs see's us lift the Community Shield yet again.

Champions League (Knocked out in 1st Knockout Round)

We made things difficult for ourselves to be honest. Two poor performances against PSG meant we had to settle for second place in our group to set up a tie against Real Madrid. Despite a 1-0 win at Anfield and going into the break in the second leg level at 1-1, a second half blitz from Madrid knocked us out of the competition.

UEFA Super Cup (Winners)

A comfortable 3-0 win saw us lift the UEFA Super Cup in Holland.

World Club Championship (Winners)

We eased ourselves into the Fianl, where despite our utter dominance we had to rely on penalties, but in the end we got the job done.

Transfers - Finances

A lot of transfer activity which included us splashing out on Jose Leiva. Overall though, I was very pleased with out transfers this season.

Finances look very healthy.

Squad

Im really pleased with this squad. I will be making a few changes in the summer but the spine will stay.

My Top 3 Players

Celio - An excellent season from Celio. He is probably the best free transfer I have ever made.

Chris Ord - Forget about his age, this guy is still quality.

Ganso - The screenshot speaks for itself really.

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| Season | Team | League | Country | League Position | Notes |
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| 2011/12 | Kirklareli Spor | Second Division Group A | Turkey | 5th | Play-Off Quater Finalists |
| 2012/13 | Kirklareli Spor | Second Division Group A | Turkey | 3rd | Play-Off Semi Finalists |
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| 2013/14 | Darlington | Blue Square Premier | England | 4th | Play-Off Semi Finalists, FA Trophy Runners-Up, |
Appointed in October |
| 2014/15 | Darlington | Blue Square Premier | England | 2nd | Promoted via Play-Offs, FA Trophy Runners-Up |
| 2015/16 | Darlington | League Two | England | 3rd | Promoted |
| 2016/17 | Darlington | League One | England | 5th | Promoted via Play-Offs |
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| 2017/18 | Blackpool | Championship | England | 3rd | Promoted via Play-Off's |
| 2018/19 | Blackpool | Premier League | England | - | Resigned in November |
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| 2018/19 | Aston Villa | Premier League | England | 10th | Appointed in November, FA Cup Winners |
| 2019/20 | Aston Villa | Premier League | England | 4th | FA Cup Winners, League Cup Runners-Up, |
Champions League Qualification |
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| 2020/21 | Liverpool | Premier League | England | 1st | Premier League & FA Cup Winners |
League Cup & Europa League Runners-Up |
| 2021/22 | Liverpool | Premier League | England | 2nd | Premier League & FA Cup Runners-Up |
League Cup & Champions League Semi-Final |
| 2022/23 | Liverpool | Premier League | England | 1st | Premier League Winners |
| 2023/24 | Liverpool | Premier League | England | 1st | Premier League, FA, Carling Cup |
Community Shield & Champions League Winners |
| 2024/25 | Liverpool | Premier League | England | 1st | Premier League, League Cup, Community Shield |
& Uefa Super Cup Winners |
| 2025/26 | Liverpool | Premier League | England | 2nd | FA Cup & Community Shield Winners |
| 2026/27 | Liverpool | Premier League | England | 1st | Premier League, Champions League & |
Community Shield Winners, FA Cup Runners-Up |
| 2027/28 | Liverpool | Premier League | England | 1st | Premier League, Community Shield & |
World Club Championship Winners |[/Code]

[size=3][b]Next Season?[/b][/size]

The title win has pulled us level with Man Utd on 25 league titles each. Lets go and eclipse that!!!

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How are my Former Clubs Doing?

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| Season  |  League                  |  League Position |  Notes                         |
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| 2013/14 |  Second Division Group A |  11th            |  -                             |
| 2014/15 |  Second Division Group A |  9th             |  -                             |
| 2015/16 |  Second Division Group A |  5th             |  Lost in Play-Off Semi Final   |
| 2016/17 |  Second Division Group A |  5th             |  Lost in Play-Off Semi Final   |
| 2017/18 |  Second Division Group A |  6th             |  -                             |
| 2018/19 |  Second Division Group A |  6th             |  -                             |
| 2019/20 |  Second Division Group A |  3rd             |  Lost in Play-Off Semi Final   |
| 2020/21 |  Second Division Group A |  7th             |  -                             |
| 2021/22 |  Second Division Group A |  10th            |  -                             |
| 2022/23 |  Second Division Group A |  4th             |  Promoted via Play-Off's       |
| 2023/24 |  First Division          |  13th            |  -                             |
| 2024/25 |  First Division          |  13th            |  -                             |
| 2025/26 |  First Division          |  2nd             |  Promoted                      |
| 2026/27 |  Premier League          |  16th            |  Relegated                     |
| 2027/28 |  First Division          |  1st             |  Champions                     |[/Code]

Bounced back with a bang.
[size=3][b]Darlington FC[/b][/size]
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| Season  |  League            |  League Position |  Notes                         |
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| 2017/18 |  Championship      |  24th            |  Relegated                     |
| 2018/19 |  League One        |  20th            |  -                             |
| 2019/20 |  League One        |  8th             |  -                             |
| 2020/21 |  League One        |  3rd             |  Play-Off Winners, Promoted    |
| 2021/22 |  Championship      |  22nd            |  Relegated                     |
| 2022/23 |  League One        |  17th            |  -                             |
| 2023/24 |  League One        |  14th            |  -                             |
| 2024/25 |  League One        |  5th             |  Play-Off Semi-Final           |
| 2025/26 |  League One        |  2nd             |  Promoted                      |
| 2026/27 |  Championship      |  22nd            |  Relegated                     |
| 2027/28 |  League One        |  5th             |  Promoted via Play-offs        |[/Code]

They get another crack at the Championship thanks to winning the Play-offs.
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| Season  |  League            |  League Position |  Notes                                            |
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| 2018/19 |  Premier League    |  18th            |  Resigned in November, Relegated, Carling Cup SF  |
| 2019/20 |  Championship      |  13th            |  -                                                |
| 2020/21 |  Championship      |  2nd             |  Promoted                                         |
| 2021/22 |  Premier League    |  19th            |  Relegated                                        |
| 2022/23 |  Championship      |  1st             |  Champions                                        |
| 2023/24 |  Premier League    |  12th            |  -                                                |
| 2024/25 |  Premier League    |  16th            |  -                                                |
| 2025/26 |  Premier League    |  14th            |  -                                                |
| 2026/27 |  Premier League    |  18th            |  Relegated                                        |
| 2027/28 |  Championship      |  1st             |  Champions                                        |[/Code]

A brilliant season for Blackpool. Promoted as Champions.
[size=3][b]Aston Villa[/b][/size]
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| Season  |  League            |  League Position |  Notes                       |
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| 2020/21 |  Premier League    |  5th             |  Carling Cup SF              |
| 2021/22 |  Premier League    |  7th             |  -                           |
| 2022/23 |  Premier League    |  11th            |  -                           |
| 2023/24 |  Premier League    |  5th             |  -                           |
| 2024/25 |  Premier League    |  13th            |  -                           |
| 2025/26 |  Premier League    |  7th             |  -                           |
| 2026/27 |  Premier League    |  15th            |  -                           |
| 2027/28 |  Premier League    |  12th            |  -                           |

Another 'meh' season.

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A Look Around The World

Club - Domestic

English Premier League

2011/12 - 1st Man Utd 2nd Chelsea 3rd Man City

2012/13 - 1st Man Utd 2nd Arsenal 3rd Liverpool

2013/14 - 1st Liverpool 2nd Chelsea 3rd Man Utd

2014/15 - 1st Man Utd 2nd Liverpool 3rd Arsenal

2015/16 - 1st Man Utd 2nd Chelsea 3rd Man City

2016/17 - 1st Man Utd 2nd Man City 3rd Liverpool

2017/18 - 1st Arsenal 2nd Liverpool 3rd Chelsea

2018/19 - 1st Arsenal 2nd Man City 3rd Liverpool

2019/20 - 1st Man Utd 2nd Arsenal 3rd Sunderland

2020/21 - 1st Liverpool 2nd Man Utd 3rd Arsenal

2021/22 - 1st Man City 2nd Liverpool 3rd Arsenal

2022/23 - 1st Liverpool 2nd Man City 3rd Chelsea

2023/24 - 1st Liverpool 2nd Man Utd 3rd Man City

2024/25 - 1st Liverpool 2nd Chelsea 3rd Man City

2025/26 - 1st Man City 2nd Liverpool 3rd Man Utd

2026/27 - 1st Liverpool 2nd Man City 3rd Man Utd

2027/28 - 1st Liverpool 2nd Man City 3rd Man Utd

FA Cup

2011/12 - Winners Tottenham Runners-Up Everton

2012/13 - Winners West Ham Runners-Up Liverpool

2013/14 - Winners Man Utd Runners-Up Norwich

2014/15 - Winners Wolves Runners-Up Birmingham

2015/16 - Winners Arsenal Runners-Up Barnsley

2016/17 - Winners Leicester Runners-Up Chelsea

2017/18 - Winners Everton Runners-Up Arsenal

2018/19 - Winners Aston Villa Runners-Up Leicester

2019/20 - Winners Aston Villa Runners-Up Chelsea

2020/21 - Winners Liverpool Runners-Up Stoke

2021/22 - Winners Newcastle Runners-Up Liverpool

2022/23 - Winners Man Utd Runners-Up Tottenham

2023/24 - Winners Liverpool Runners-Up Blackburn

2024/25 - Winners Man Utd Runners-Up Arsenal

2025/26 - Winners Liverpool Runners-Up Newcastle

2026/27 - Winners Tottenham Runners-Up Liverpool

2027/28 - Winners Tottenham Runners-Up Newcastle

League Cup

2011/12 - Winners Fulham Runners-Up Reading

2012/13 - Winners Tottenham Runners-Up West Brom

2013/14 - Winners Wolves Runners-Up Chelsea

2014/15 - Winners Arsenal Runners-Up Aston Villa

2015/16 - Winners Arsenal Runners-Up Liverpool

2016/17 - Winners West Brom Runners-Up Man City

2017/18 - Winners Liverpool Runners-Up Man City

2018/19 - Winners Arsenal Runners-Up Norwich

2019/20 - Winners Leicester Runners-Up Aston Villa

2020/21 - Winners Man Utd Runners-Up Liverpool

2021/22 - Winners Man City Runners-Up Wolves

2022/23 - Winners Stoke Runners-Up Swansea

2023/24 - Winners Liverpool Runners-Up Cardiff

2024/25 - Winners Liverpool Runners-Up Swansea

2025/26 - Winners Wolves Runners-Up Man Utd

2026/27 - Winners Stoke Runners-Up Newcastle

2027/28 - Winners Man Utd Runners-Up Newcastle

La Liga

2011/12 - 1st Barcelona 2nd Real Madrid 3rd Athletic Club

2012/13 - 1st Real Madrid 2nd Barcelona 3rd Villarreal

2013/14 - 1st Real Madrid 2nd Athletic Club 3rd Barcelona

2014/15 - 1st Real Madrid 2nd Barcelona 3rd Valencia

2015/16 - 1st Barcelona 2nd Real Madrid 3rd At. Madrid

2016/17 - 1st At.Madrid 2nd Barcelona 3rd Real Madrid

2017/18 - 1st Real Madrid 2nd Barcelona 3rd At.Madrid

2018/19 - 1st At.Madrid 2nd Barcelona 3rd Malaga

2019/20 - 1st Barcelona 2nd Real Madrid 3rd At.Madrid

2020/21 - 1st Real Madrid 2nd At.Madrid 3rd Barcelona

2021/22 - 1st At.Madrid 2nd Real Madrid 3rd Barcelona

2022/23 - 1st At.Madrid 2nd Betis 3rd Real Madrid

2023/24 - 1st Real Madrid 2nd At.Madrid 3rd Getafe

2024/25 - 1st Barcelona 2nd Real Madrid 3rd Betis

2025/26 - 1st At.Madrid 2nd Real Madrid 3rd Barcelona

2026/27 - 1st Real Madrid 2nd At.Madrid 3rd Barcelona

2027/28 - 1st Real Madrid 2nd At.Madrid 3rd Barcelona

Bundesliga

2011/12 - 1st Bayern Munich 2nd Werder Bremen 3rd Schalke

2012/13 - 1st Dortmund 2nd Bayern Munich 3rd Schalke

2013/14 - 1st Leverkusen 2nd Dortmund 3rd Bayern Munich

2014/15 - 1st Leverkusen 2nd Bayern Munich 3rd Schalke

2015/16 - 1st Bayern Munich 2nd Schalke 3rd Leverkusen

2016/17 - 1st Bayern Munich 2nd Schalke 3rd Leverkusen

2017/18 - 1st Bayern Munich 2nd Leverkusen 3rd Dortmund

2018/19 - 1st Bayern Munich 2nd Schalke 3rd Dortmund

2019/20 - 1st Bayern Munich 2nd Dortmund 3rd Hoffenheim

2020/21 - 1st Bayern Munich 2nd Hannover 3rd Leverkusen

2021/22 - 1st Bayern Munich 2nd Freiburg 3rd Leverkusen

2022/23 - 1st Bayern Munich 2nd Dortmund 3rd Freiburg

2023/24 - 1st Bayern Munich 2nd Hoffenheim 3rd Leverkusen

2024/25 - 1st Bayern Munich 2nd Dortmund 3rd Stuttgart

2025/26 - 1st Bayern Munich 2nd Stuttgart 3rd Frankfurt

2026/27 - 1st Bayern Munich 2nd Dortmund 3rd Frankfurt

2027/28 - 1st Bayern Munich 2nd Mainz 3rd Bochum

Serie A

2011/12 - 1st AC Milan 2nd Napoli 3rd Lazio

2012/13 - 1st Inter 2nd Juventus 3rd Napoli

2013/14 - 1st AC Milan 2nd Inter 3rd Juventus

2014/15 - 1st AC Milan 2nd Inter 3rd Sampdoria

2015/16 - 1st AC Milan 2nd Parma 3rd Palermo

2016/17 - 1st Palermo 2nd AC Milan 3rd Fiorentina

2017/18 - 1st AC Milan 2nd Cagliari 3rd Juventus

2018/19 - 1st AC Milan 2nd Sampdoria 3rd Fiorentina

2019/20 - 1st Palermo 2nd Inter 3rd AC Milan

2020/21 - 1st AC Milan 2nd Palermo 3rd Sampdoria

2021/22 - 1st Fiorentina 2nd Palermo 3rd AC Milan

2022/23 - 1st Inter 2nd AC Milan 3rd Sampdoria

2023/24 - 1st Sampdoria 2nd Palermo 3rd AC Milan

2024/25 - 1st AC Milan 2nd Palermo 3rd Inter

2025/26 - 1st Palermo 2nd AC Milan 3rd Sampdoria

2026/27 - 1st Palermo 2nd AC Milan 3rd Fiorentina

2027/28 - 1st Palermo 2nd AC Milan 3rd Inter

French Ligue 1

2011/12 - 1st Valenciennes 2nd Bordeaux 3rd Marseille

2012/13 - 1st Lyon 2nd Marseille 3rd Sochaux

2013/14 - 1st Lyon 2nd PSG 3rd RC Lens

2014/15 - 1st Lyon 2nd PSG 3rd Marseille

2015/16 - 1st PSG 2nd Lyon 3rd Marseille

2016/17 - 1st Lyon 2nd PSG 3rd Marseille

2017/18 - 1st Lyon 2nd PSG 3rd Marseille

2018/19 - 1st Marseille 2nd PSG 3rd RC Lens

2019/20 - 1st PSG 2nd Toulouse 3rd Lyon

2020/21 - 1st Marseille 2nd PSG 3rd Lyon

2021/22 - 1st Toulouse 2nd PSG 3rd Marseille

2022/23 - 1st Marseille 2nd PSG 3rd Lyon

2023/24 - 1st Bordeaux 2nd Lyon 3rd Auxerre

2024/25 - 1st Lyon 2nd PSG 3rd Marseille

2025/26 - 1st PSG 2nd Lyon 3rd Marseille

2026/27 - 1st Lyon 2nd PSG 3rd Lille

2027/28 - 1st Lyon 2nd PSG 3rd RC Lens

Club - Europe

Champions League

2011/12 - Winners Bayern Munich Runners-Up Man Utd

2012/13 - Winners AC Milan Runners-Up Barcelona

2013/14 - Winners Arsenal Runners-Up Liverpool

2014/15 - Winners PSG Runners-Up Barcelona

2015/16 - Winners AC Milan Runners-Up At. Madrid

2016/17 - Winners Barcelona Runners-Up Real Madrid

2017/18 - Winners Liverpool Runners-Up Bayern Munich

2018/19 - Winners Bayern Munich Runners-Up Arsenal

2019/20 - Winners Man Utd Runners-Up Barcelona

2020/21 - Winners Marseille Runners-Up Palermo

2021/22 - Winners AC Milan Runners-Up Barcelona

2022/23 - Winners Man Utd Runners-Up Bayern Munich

2023/24 - Winners Liverpool Runners-Up Bayern Munich

2024/25 - Winners Man Utd Runners-Up Lyon

2025/26 - Winners Man City Runners-Up Bayern Munich

2026/27 - Winners Liverpool Runners-Up Bayern Munich

2027/28 - Winners Bayern Munich Runners-Up At.Madrid

Europa League

2011/12 - Winners Arsenal Runners-Up Rubin Kazan

2012/13 - Winners Bayern Munich Runners-Up Porto

2013/14 - Winners Chelsea Runners-Up Napoli

2014/15 - Winners Benfica Runners-Up Bayern Munich

2015/16 - Winners Man City Runners-Up Aston Villa

2016/17 - Winners Liverpool Runners-Up Roma

2017/18 - Winners Arsenal Runners-Up Lyon

2018/19 - Winners Betis Runners-Up Tottenham

2019/20 - Winners Real Madrid Runners-Up Chelsea

2020/21 - Winners Betis Runners-Up Liverpool

2021/22 - Winners Porto Runners-Up Toulouse

2022/23 - Winners Inter Runners-Up PSG

2023/24 - Winners Stuttgart Runners-Up Stoke

2024/25 - Winners Real Madrid Runners-Up Chelsea

2025/26 - Winners PSV Runners-Up Sampdoria

2026/27 - Winners Anji Runners-Up Fiorentina

2027/28 - Winners Lille Runners-Up Galatasaray

International

World Cup

2014 - Winners France Runners-Up Ghana 3rd Place England Hosts Brazil

2018 - Winners France Runners-Up Belgium 3rd Place Spain Hosts Russia

2022 - Winners Germany Runners-Up Italy 3rd Place Mexico Hosts Qatar

2026 - Winners Germany Runners-Up England 3rd Place Argentina Hosts Mexico

European Championships

2012 - Winners Germany Runners-Up France Hosts Ukraine/Poland

2016 - Winners Spain Runners-Up Belgium Hosts France

2020 - Winners Croatia Runners-Up Russia Hosts Belgium

2024 - Winners France Runners-Up Romania Hosts Spain

2028 - Winners Czech Republic Runners-Up England Hosts England

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The title win has pulled us level with Man Utd on 25 league titles each. Lets go and eclipse that!!!

Go get 'em!

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great to see you draw level with Man Utd, hoping Ord and co can take you above and beyond them.

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Go get 'em!

I will boss ;).

great to see you draw level with Man Utd, hoping Ord and co can take you above and beyond them.

Ord, Celio, Augusto, Fuska, anyone, I dont care who, as long as we do :D.

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Following England's defeat in the European Championship Final their Manager Andy Parkinson stepped down. Can I really turn down my home nation?

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Yes you can. Especially after a final appearance when expectations will be high.

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SRL88's Career - New Job Update - England

Name: England

Nickname: The Three Lions

Stadium: Wembley (90,000 all seater)

Well, well, well. Following what looked to be a good tournament on home soil, England once again failed to deliver despite losing in the Final. Following this, manager Andy Parkinson stepped down and The FA thought I was the man to take our nation forward and Im not one to shy from a challenge am I ;).

Expectations:

World Cup Qualifiers: Qualify easily

My Expectations:

World Cup Qualifiers: What they said

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Yes you can. Especially after a final appearance when expectations will be high.

I think I have answered my own question.

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Our Qualifying Group for the World Cup. A little coincidental having to play the Czech Republic ;).

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And the tedium continues in Germany!! :D

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Accept the England job then this happens:

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I never accepted any obviously.

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And the tedium continues in Germany!! :D

Tell me about it. At least the race for second threw up a surprise :lol:.

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Congrats on the England job :) Give them something to finaly cheer about! ;)

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SRL88's Career - Season Preview - 2028/29 - Liverpool FC

Board Expectations:

Premier League: Challenge for the Title

Champions League: Reach the Semi-Final

FA Cup: Reach the Final

League Cup: Not Important

Community Shield: Not Important

My Expectations:

Premier League: What do you think?

Champions League: Only one trophy matters now

FA Cup: As above

League Cup: As above

Community Shield: Ok maybe 2. I like winning this trophy

Budgets:

Transfer: £114m

Wage: £3,280,144 (Currently spending £1,713,487)

Balance: £101,298,982 (+8,858,994 since last season)

Key Player(s):

Jose Leiva - He really started to settle from January onwards and his performances got better as a result. Lets hope this continues.

Sinai - There is a lot of interest in this fella. Im hoping it doesnt distract him because he has been a brilliant signing.

Celio - Was fantastic last season and is the definite replacement for Chris Ord.

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Congrats on the England job :) Give them something to finaly cheer about! ;)

Cheers fella. I will try my best :thup:.

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SRL88's Career - Pre-Season - 2028/29 - Liverpool FC

Friendlies

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Ouch!!! Thats the best word I can use. I let Steven Gerrard take charge of the games, and to his credit 90% of the squad were still on a break from the Euro's or were on International duty for the Olympics. Lets just forget about pre-season eh.

Community Shield

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A rare defeat for us in this comeptition. We werent helped by a sending off within the first 10 minutes but we battled on. Spurs however took advantage of the extra man to win the game.

Just the three signings for us in the summer. Lets take a look.

Igor Strekalov - £30m - The big money signing. At £30m he could be a bit of a risk but he has age on his side and already looks quality.

Olivier Dufour - £11.5m - Another younger player brought in and should add quality to the side both now and in the future.

Nicolas Meloni - £800k - Rated at 5*, this is an excellent signing.

Like always, a fair few players leaving the club. I sent a fair few out on loan as usual, but there were a few departures. Oczipka was whinging that he wanted a new challenge so I offered him out to clubs. £4.6m for a loan is brilliant and PSG also have an agreed fee of £15m. Lets hope!!! Fuska also left this season. Entering the last year of his contract and at nearly 29yo I wanted to tie him down, but he wanted close to £150k p/w in wages which I wasnt prepared to offer. £11.5m is pretty good business in my eyes.

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I actually asked Chris to retire from International duty but he refused. Following this I thought he might as well take the captains armband :cool:.

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I thought you'd want to have him on your England side, instead of trying to retire him.

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SRL88's Career - August 2028 - Liverpool FC

Premier League

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A pretty good start to the season for us but it could have been a little better. We were all over Leicester on the opening day but conceded a goal with the last kick of the game to deny us the win. We fell behind against Villa in our next game but came back in style thanks to first half goals from Chris Ord and Jose Leiva. A second goal from Leiva in the second half sealed us the win. The game against Stoke was a case of not if, but how many. Despite settling for a 2-0 win it could have been at least 8. Ganso and Dufour were the difference however to give us a solid start to the season.

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I thought you'd want to have him on your England side, instead of trying to retire him.

I wanted to keep him tied just to the Liverpool side to prolonge his career but he wasnt having it.

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A little surprised considering Wolves' start to the season but I accept it none the less.

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So after 15 years as owner, Roman Abramovich fianally decides to sell up at Chelsea FC.

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Group Stage Draw

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I have to say that I am really pleased with this draw. Only Italian champions Palermo should cause us any sort of trouble.

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I think something's wrong with your imageshack.

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I think something's wrong with your imageshack.

Whats happening like? Is it with the screenshots or the links?

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