SRL88

SRL88's FM12 Journeyman Career

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O.O The heck is going on?
The only explaination i think was a tycoon takeover

I actually cannot explain because they are battling relegation in the Premier League :lol:.

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That's an incredible result, hows Inter even doing? :D

What league did Cartagena start in, I don't recognise the name.

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Wow at Cartagena in Liga BBVA and wow at the Inter-Forest game.Nice draw you have in the CL and hope you can secure 2nd in the league in the next couple of months.

Scarman - They start in Liga Adelante so they are doing petty well in the top half!

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Crazy result, would love to see that in real life :D

Otherwise your doing great in the league, the title looks a step too far but champions league qualification is important for next year.

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NF joins the big boys! :eek:

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That's an incredible result, hows Inter even doing? :D

What league did Cartagena start in, I don't recognise the name.

Inter are currently top of Serie A by 7pts with 4 games to go :p.

Wow at Cartagena in Liga BBVA and wow at the Inter-Forest game.Nice draw you have in the CL and hope you can secure 2nd in the league in the next couple of months.

Scarman - They start in Liga Adelante so they are doing petty well in the top half!

Cartgena were first promoted to La Liga in 2013/14. They stayed for three seasons before being relegated, but bounced back at the first attempt. They went on to spend the next 10 seasons in La Liga before being relegated again. After a 2yr absence, they were promoted at the end of last seasom.

Crazy result, would love to see that in real life :D

Otherwise your doing great in the league, the title looks a step too far but champions league qualification is important for next year.

Cheers fella. I agree that the league has just been to much for us this season, but we have still been fantastic which just shows how strong Barca have been.

NF joins the big boys! :eek:

This is their 4th season in a row in the Premiership and although it looks like they will be relegated, their previous seasons have all been good showings. They finished 6th last season which is why they're in Europe.

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SRL88's Career - April 2031 - Atletico Madrid

Liga BBVA

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Well our title hopes for this season are over. We started April with a brilliant 1-0 win away to Villarreal, made even more brilliant due to the fact that we played 80 minutes with 10 men. A very nice win at home to Betis was followed by a trip to the Nou Camp. Despite our best efforts we were beaten by the soon to be La Liga Champions 2-1. Despite the defeat however, we didnt let is affect us as we destroyed Hercules 6-0 before the result of the season for us as we beat our biggest rivals Real Madrid 4-1, with Predrag Cosic the star of the show.

Champions League Quater-Final and Semi-Final 1st Leg

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Well, well, well. What a great European campaign this is turning out to be. We comfortably beat Fiorentina 2-0 at home before an excellent, disciplined away performance in Italy saw us through to the Semi-Final where we drew Man City. In what was without a doubt our best away performance of the season we have managed to give ourselves a massive advantage going into the second leg with a brilliant 2-1 win.

The other tie see's Barcelona hold a 2-1 lead over Palermo, with the return leg in Italy still to come.

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You've had a very good first season in the cups,good luck in both of them,hopefully Barcelona have an off day in the CL final!

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Good luck in the final, hopefully you can take the shine off their league win!

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You've had a very good first season in the cups,good luck in both of them,hopefully Barcelona have an off day in the CL final!
Good luck in the final, hopefully you can take the shine off their league win!
Good luck in the final.

Cheers lads :thup:.

I am really confident going into both Final's which we have coming up.

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Sorry for no updates today fella's. I have been moving home today and I having been on since 7am, I have finally got settled just now.

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Ugh...moving is always a task. Hope the final of the Champions League goes in your favour!

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Ugh...moving is always a task. Hope the final of the Champions League goes in your favour!

Its nice to be finally settled in. A Champions League win will certainly make it all ok ;).

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Final

Road to Madrid

Real Madrid

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A very good run for Real Madrid to the Final. The stand out tie was definitely the win against Barcelona, but they also boast impressive wins over surprise package Cartagena and another La Liga club Gimnastic.

At.Madrid

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I am really pleased with how we got ourselves into the Final. We got through to the Semi-Final pretty comfortably. We made the win over Malaga a little harder than it should have been but it was still an impressive showing over the two legs.

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Summary

Sadly for us, we didnt show up in the Final in all honesty. Real were much quicker out the blocks and it took for them to score a second goal before we finally pulled our fingers out our arses. We pulled one back in the first half, and despite pressing in the second half we just werent good enough. Real killed us off on the counter with a third goal as they lift the Copa Del Rey.

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Final

Route to the Final

Barcelona

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The holders of the competition, and newly crowned La Liga Champions had a pretty good run to the Final. They topped their group very easily, dropping points in just one game. They were drawn against Porto in the knockout stage, and despite defeat in Portugal, they comprehensively beat them at the Nou Camp. Liverpool were brushed aside in the Quater-Final before they were given a game against Palermo, but in the end their class showed as Barca booked their place in Lisbon.

At.Madrid

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Well we made harder work of the group stage than I would have hoped. Despite just one defeat away to Palermo, we struggled throughout. We had to rely on 1-0 wins on a few of ocassions and were really made to work hard in Belgium against Leuven. A draw against Palermo in our final game ensured that we finished second in the group but luck was on our side in the draw. We drew Marseille in the First Knockout Round and the first leg was decisive. An excellent performance gave us a brilliant 4-0 result which put the game to bed in the 1st leg. It was similar news in the Quater-Final. A 2-0 win at home made things easy away from home. In the Semi-Final we put in two brilliant performances against Man City to ensure that we would meet Barcelona in the Final.

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Summary

YESSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! A brilliant display in Lisbon gives the club its first Champions League trophy in its 128 year history. We took a pretty early lead and went to a defensive tactic. We held out for much of the game but Barca finally scored mid-way through the second half. Nothing changed despite both sides having chances, but in the last minute of extra-time, January signing Georges Corea who has struggled with injuries since his arrival popped up with a brilliant goal to ensure that the Champions League trophy will come back to Madrid.

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CONGRATULATIONS!!!!!!!! Brilliant victory against Barca and what a way to win it with a last minute goal :D:applause:

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Well done on a Champions League title SRL88. :thup:

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Great Champions League victory! And against Barcelona :)

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CONGRATULATIONS!!!!!!!! Brilliant victory against Barca and what a way to win it with a last minute goal :applause:
Well done on a Champions League title SRL88. :thup:
Great Champions League victory! And against Barcelona :)

Cheers lads :D.

This is one of the best wins of my career so far I must say. I have never gone as crazy over a goal scored on FM before in my life!!!! When I celebrated, my girlfriend looked at me, shoke her head as if to say 'what the f*ck'!!! haha.

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SRL88's Career - May 2031 - Atletico Madrid

Liga BBVA

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A very good end to the season for us. I made numerous changes for the Getafe game in preperation for the Champions League Semi-Final against Man City a few days later. We were poor and looked destined for defeat at 2-0 down, but with 5 minutes remaining we pulled one back, only for us to go and grab a second with just seconds left on the clock to take great confidence from the game. We comfortably beat Malaga 2-0 before a trip to Valencia which saw us grab a fantastic win away from home. Our season concluded with a very nice win away to Cordoba.

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May 2031 - Continued

Copa Del Rey Final

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Such a disappointing way to end our run in the Copa Del Rey. Its not even the fact that we lost to Real Madrid, its that we didnt really show up. Real deserved to win and they did so pretty comprehensively. I cant complain.

Champions League Semi-Final 2nd Leg & Final

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I have to say this is one of the greatest achievements in my career. We were 2-1 down at home to Man City with 8 minutes left and it looked like we would have to go to extra-time, but we grabbed the decisive goal which would take us through. As Man City looked for the goal which would have sent them through, we hit them on the counter and grabbed a third goal to book our place in Lisbon.

In the Final we took the lead early and put in a fantastic defensive display to nulify Barcelona's attacking options. They scored mid-way through the second half. Both teams continued to search for a goal but there was no seperating us. In the extra period, legs on both teams began to get tired as mistakes were made. The decisive moment came in the last minute as we grabbed the winning goal to lift At.Madrid's first Champions League trophy in their 128 year history.

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SRL88's Career - Season Review - 2030/31 - Atletico Madrid

Liga BBVA - Results 1 - Results 2 (2nd - Runners-Up)

An absolutely excellent season in all honesty, but there was just no catching Barcelona. Just two defeats over the course of the season is the mark of an excellent season. In the first half of the season the players struggled somewhat to get used to my tactics but from January onwards we are absolutely fantastic. Our only defeats came away to Barcelona and Real Madrid and what cost us the title was to many draws. We did however finish a massive 11pts ahead of Real Madrid.

Copa Del Rey (Runners-Up)

A very good to the Final for us, but when there we just didnt show up. Real were the better team and deserved their 3-1 win.

Spanish Super Cup (Winners)

Two brilliant performances against Barcelona which saw us get our season off to a flying start.

Champions League (Winners)

A truely remarkable season in Europe as the club have lifted their first Champions League trophy ever. We struggled in the group to be honest and the results showed. There was to many 1-0 wins which showed that we struggled in my earlier times at the club. We did manage to get through the group in second place. This drew us against Marseille who we dispatched with ease, mainly thanks to a 4-0 win at home. This was a similar case against Fiorentina. We done all the hard work at home, which meant all we had to do was sit tight in the second leg. The Semi-Final threw up a tough tie against Man City, but in both legs we were on our A game. In England we pulled off a fantastic 2-1 win. We won the return leg as well to set up a tie against Barcelona in the Final. Once again we were brilliant against the odds and a last minute goal in extra-time gave us a brilliant 2-1 win.

Transfers - Finances

Once again I splash the cash when it was needed. I really strengthened the squad throughout and I feel that was probably the main reason why we had such a good season.

The finances are looking very healthy indeed. We are barely losing any money at all on a monthly basis which has allowed us to make a massive profit this season.

Squad

A very strong squad. There are a few ageing players which need replacing, but I am not sure if that will be this season or next season.

My Top 3 Players

Alejandro Saavedra - I signed him for Galatasaray, and when I left I brought him with me to Madrid. One of my better decisions. Very solid at the back and brilliant going forward. Well worth the money.

Mohammed Gaad - I said in my pre-season update that I was delighted with this signing and I think this screenshot proves it. Definitely my best signing of the season.

Predrag Cosic - A brilliant season on loan. He will go back to Liverpool full of confidence and I really hope he shines there.

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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 |
| 2028/29 | Liverpool | Premier League | England | 1st | Premier League & League Cup Winners |
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| 2029/30 | Galatasaray | Super Lig | Turkey | 1st | Super Lig Winners |
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| 2030/31 | At.Madrid | Liga BBVA | Spain | 2nd | Liga BBVA & Copa Del Rey Runners-Up, |
Champions League & Spanish Super Cup Winners |[/Code]

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

Bridging the gap between ourselves and Barcelona has to be the aim. If we can put in a strong showing in retaining our Champions League crown I will be really pleased as well.

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How are my Former Clubs Doing?

Kirklareli Spor

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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 |  Super Lig               |  16th            |  Relegated                     |
| 2027/28 |  First Division          |  1st             |  Champions                     |
| 2028/29 |  Super Lig               |  13th            |  Survival                      |
| 2029/30 |  Super Lig               |  13th            |  -                             |
| 2030/31 |  Super Lig               |  12th            |  -                             |[/Code]

Slow improvements.
[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        |
| 2028/29 |  Championship      |  23rd            |  Relegated                     |
| 2029/30 |  League One        |  18th            |  -                             |
| 2030/3` |  League One        |  18th            |  -                             |[/Code]

They flirted with both relegation and the Play-Off's through the season....but they eventually finished closer to the former.
[size=3][b]Blackpool FC[/b][/size]
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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                                        |
| 2028/29 |  Premier League    |  11th            |  -                                                |
| 2029/30 |  Premier League    |  18th            |  Relegated                                        |
| 2030/31 |  Championship      |  7th             |  -                                                |[/Code]

They just missed out on the Play-Off's so no chance of an immediate return to the Premier League.
[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            |  -                           |
| 2028/29 |  Premier League    |  16th            |  -                           |
| 2029/30 |  Premier League    |  19th            |  Relegated                   |
| 2030/31 |  Championship      |  2nd             |  Promoted                    |

Bounced back at the first attempt.

Liverpool

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| Season  |  League            |  League Position |  Notes                       |
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| 2029/30 |  Premier League    |  2nd             |  -                           |
| 2030/31 |  Premier League    |  2nd             |  -                           |

All my hard work undone in two seasons :mad:.

Galatasaray

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| Season  |  League            |  League Position |  Notes                       |
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| 2030/31 |  Super Lig         |  4th             |  -                           |

Despite finishing 2nd in the regular season, a poor showing in the Champions Group resulted in them having to settle for Europa League Qualification.

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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

2028/29 - 1st Liverpool 2nd Man City 3rd Man Utd

2029/30 - 1st Man Utd 2nd Liverpool 3rd Man City

2030/31 - 1st Man Utd 2nd Liverpool 3rd Arsenal

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

2028/29 - Winners Reading Runners-Up Man Utd

2029/30 - Winners Chelsea Runners-Up Newcastle

2030/31 - Winners Newport County Runners-Up Brighton

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

2028/29 - Winners Liverpool Runners-Up West Ham

2029/30 - Winners Tottenham Runners-Up Man Utd

2030/31 - Winners Man City Runners-Up Aston Villa

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

2028/29 - 1st Real Madrid 2nd Barcelona 3rd At.Madrid

2029/30 - 1st Barcelona 2nd Real Madrid 3rd At.Madrid

2030/31 - 1st Barcelona 2nd At.Madrid 3rd Real Madrid

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

2028/29 - 1st Dortmund 2nd Bayern Munich 3rd Leverkusen

2029/30 - 1st Bayern Munich 2nd Wolfsburg 3rd Leverkusen

2030/31 - 1st Frankfurt 2nd Bayern Munich 3rd Leverkusen

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

2028/29 - 1st Inter 2nd Fiorentina 3rd Sampdoria

2029/30 - 1st AC Milan 2nd Fiorentina 3rd Sampdoria

2030/31 - 1st Inter 2nd Palermo 3rd AC Milan

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

2028/29 - 1st Lille 2nd PSG 3rd Auxerre

2029/30 - 1st Lyon 2nd Marseille 3rd Lille

2030/31 - 1st Marseille 2nd Lyon 3rd PSG

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

2028/29 - Winners Bayern Munich Runners-Up Real Madrid

2029/30 - Winners Barcelona Runners-Up Real Madrid

2030/31 - Winners At.Madrid Runners-Up Barcelona

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

2028/29 - Winners Ajax Runners-Up Sampdoria

2029/30 - Winners Dortmund Runners-Up Anderlecht

2030/31 - Winners Sampdoria Runners-Up Nottingham Forest

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

2030 - Winners Spain Runners-Up Germany 3rd Place Brazil Hosts Italy

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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Please, please, please have a look at the FA Cup Winners for this season. I have even linked the Final for you all to see :lol:.

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Oh :cool:. Just seen the post. SRL, why aren't you feeding Forest with some of your Spanish dross :(. You disappoint me.

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Oh :cool:. Just seen the post. SRL, why aren't you feeding Forest with some of your Spanish dross :(. You disappoint me.

I did send them a player on loan....but there arent any real amazing players for me to send them. I will be taking advantage of the fact that they are my feeder club next season though.

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Please, please, please have a look at the FA Cup Winners for this season. I have even linked the Final for you all to see :lol:.

:eek: I think somebody at SI must be a Newport County fan - over all of the long term saves that I've seen posted on these forums, NC always end up doing well!

Which division are they in?

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Been away from the forums for awhile and just caught up, good season in Turkey and AMAZING first season in Spain keep it up.

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Excellent achievement winning the CL- such a dramatic way to do it too! :D

Shame Barca was so dominant in the league- 94 points would normally easily guarantee you the title.

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Great thread, enjoying this. :)

Cheers. Im really glad you like it. Always nice to have someone new reading.

At least you won the important final.

Of course. It is the one that mattered!!!!

:eek: I think somebody at SI must be a Newport County fan - over all of the long term saves that I've seen posted on these forums, NC always end up doing well!

Which division are they in?

I actually couldnt believe it. They are a mid-table Championship club now and have been for a few years. Brighton have just completed their first ever season in the Premier League, also finishing mid-table.

Been away from the forums for awhile and just caught up, good season in Turkey and AMAZING first season in Spain keep it up.

Cheers fella. Really glad with how my first season went as we now have something fantastic to build on.

Excellent achievement winning the CL- such a dramatic way to do it too! :D

Shame Barca was so dominant in the league- 94 points would normally easily guarantee you the title.

Cheers AK. There was just no beating Barca this season, and as you say, anywhere else I would have walked the league. At least I know my challenge now.

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That's crazy about Newport County! Aren't they a BSP side in real life?

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Great stuff dude. :brock:

How many European Cups have you lifted in your career now?

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That's crazy about Newport County! Aren't they a BSP side in real life?

Yeah they are a BSP side. I honestly cant believe that they were in the Final, but their run to Wembley wasnt exactly tough.

Great stuff dude. :brock:

How many European Cups have you lifted in your career now?

Cheers Tom :thup:.

That was my third Champions League trophy of my career. I would like to think that I can achieve number 4 and possibly 5 whilst still at Atletico.

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Great Champions League win, just when it seemed set to be a season of 'nearly but not quite' as well :thup:

Best of luck with overhauling Barca in the league next season :)

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3 Champions League titles makes you one of the best managers ever :thup. Great bstuff mate.

As an aside, Newport County winning the cup is brilliant haha :)

Alos, thanks for posting the league winners and major cups throughout your save - I genuinely love reading them.

By the way, Valenciennes winning the French league in the first year of the save, is astonishing. What have they done since?

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Knocked Barca over in the Champions League, now just to do that in the league! Awesome season all up :thup:

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Great Champions League win, just when it seemed set to be a season of 'nearly but not quite' as well :thup:

Best of luck with overhauling Barca in the league next season :)

Yeah it all nearly went tits up didnt it. I would have settled for any trophy to be honest, but I am delighted to have lifted the European Cup.

3 Champions League titles makes you one of the best managers ever :thup. Great bstuff mate.

As an aside, Newport County winning the cup is brilliant haha :)

Alos, thanks for posting the league winners and major cups throughout your save - I genuinely love reading them.

By the way, Valenciennes winning the French league in the first year of the save, is astonishing. What have they done since?

Cheers Daz. Really glad you like it. I think putting the title results in etc is good just so you can keep an eye on how everyone is doing.

As for Valenciennes. I honestly was as shocked to see them win Ligue 1 as I was to see Newport win the FA Cup. They havent done anything since lifting the title at all. They have a few mid-table finishes and have flirted with relegation more often than not.

Knocked Barca over in the Champions League, now just to do that in the league! Awesome season all up :thup:

I agree. The league is now where we need to do it!!!

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If you can do it in the CL, the league will soon follow.

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Wouldnt be surprised to see you win the treble at least next season :p

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If you can do it in the CL, the league will soon follow.

The league is my main priority next season I must say.

Wouldnt be surprised to see you win the treble at least next season :p

No pressure then :rolleyes: ha.

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Excellent first season and big congrats on getting one over Barcelona in the CL Final.

Hopefully you can get the League and Copa del Rey won in the near future :D

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Excellent first season and big congrats on getting one over Barcelona in the CL Final.

Hopefully you can get the League and Copa del Rey won in the near future :D

Congrats on winning CL :D :D
Good season winning the CL, time to win the League now.

Cheers lads :thup:.

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