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Seems like McIllmurray Jr. will retire under BvB Dortmund, meaning lesser games next season and even lesser goals possibly. It'd be good if somehow he manages to edge the 400 mark, too bad he retired early from the international scene.

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Still scoring for Manchester United at this stage in the career is pretty impressive like. Hopefully another couple of seasons left in Stuart to guarentee a 5th place finish.

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Simone Finke - Simone is still playing fairly well for Bremen, but isn't getting quite as much time on the pitch. He's played 15(3) games so far for the club and has scored 8 goals and is now over 250 career goals.

As long as he keeps getting games we can keep climbing the table. Any news on a new contract being offered or looking like retirement?

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I'm almost at the end of the season and no signs of retirement yet, i THINK he signed a new contract. Find out a bit later on.

Coming up next is The Mad Scot's retirement update

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Arie Kanarie is the latest player to set a retirement date.

Also noticed Igor Kesina and Jimmio Bowmanaggio have been sacked. FC Lorient job is currently going, Long Tym Toon Jr. could get it.

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The Mad Scot Retires from Long Career with Celtic

Seasons -Starting, 11/12, 12/13, 13/14, 14/15, 15/16, 16/17, 17/18, 18/19, 19/20, 20/21, 21/22, 22/23, 23/24, 24/25, 25/26, 26/27, 27/28, 28/29

Staff Attributes

Personal

History

Biography

Career Stats(for awards)

Clubs

Games: 823

League Goals: 366

Cup Goals: 121

Most Goals For One Club: 487 (Celtic)

Most Goals In A Season: 37 (Celtic and Scotland)

Country

Games: 82

Goals: 27

Overall Games: 850

Overall Goals: 514

Average Rating: 7.14

Assists: 85

MoM: 67

Yellow Cards: 6

Red Cards: 0

Value: £0

Seasons With One Club: 19 (Celtic)

Cups Won: 21

Clubs Played For: 1

Time Injured: 396 Days

Very good overall, but could easily still play on for a few more seasons. Almost 500 goals for Celtic too. Now all he needs is to become manager of Celtic.

Staff attributes will be edited to the same as the other players with staff attributes.

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Hope Hernandez signs a new contract, don't want him retiring just yet :( or worse...leaving Xerez!

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Oh I thought Bakra was the only one club man. Awesome career for the mad scot 823 apps for one club is amazing, congrats

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Rest easy you mad, mad Scotsman. Looking forward to seeing where he ends up managing.

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Oh I thought Bakra was the only one club man. Awesome career for the mad scot 823 apps for one club is amazing, congrats

I am pretty sure Radakovic is as well, has only played for Lazio that I remember :)

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Oh I thought Bakra was the only one club man. Awesome career for the mad scot 823 apps for one club is amazing, congrats
I am pretty sure Radakovic is as well, has only played for Lazio that I remember :)

Yeah, there are quite a few one club men. Alejandro Hernandez, David Le Soire, Quique Sanchez-Tredwell, as LLR says, Aleksander Radakovic has only played for 1 club and then Igor Kesina and The Mad Scot are the two retired one club men.

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Yeah, there are quite a few one club men. Alejandro Hernandez, David Le Soire, Quique Sanchez-Tredwell, as LLR says, Aleksander Radakovic has only played for 1 club and then Igor Kesina and The Mad Scot are the two retired one club men.

Well, we'll soon see who's the most loyal when all of them have retired. I'm hoping Sanchez-Tredwell will become Atlas manager ;)

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End of Season 2029/2030

Players

Nick Adam - Nick is playing well for Al-Hilal in his final season in football. Back in December he won the Champions League with his club. He's got 9 in 12(1) and needs 8 goals for 300.

Bakra - Had a bad injury in December, but it was another good season for Bakra. He scored 18 goals in 35(1) games. Feyenoord won the Dutch Super Cup and they won the league again.

Rocky Brittus - A pretty poor season really for Rocky, but he did get 9 goals in 14(12) games. He needs 3 goals to reach 250 career goals. Vitesse finished 5th in the league and were Dutch Cup runners up.

Whoopski Deeski - He wasn't getting many games at all this season and just to make things worse, he got knee tendonitis, keeping him out for 5 months. Spartak finished 7th in the league. He will retire soon.

Simone Finke - Simone has finally passed his old team mate Jordan Swinburn in the table, thanks to 13 goals in 25(6) games for Bremen. Bremen were poor in the cups and finished 9th in the league.

Alejandro Hernandez - Alejandro played 18(8) games for Xerez this season, scoring 7 goals. He never signed a new contract, so could end up leaving the club soon. Xerez finished 15th in the league and were Spanish Cup semi-finalists.

Arie Kanarie - Spent all season in the reserves for Man Utd, scoring 11 in 13(10) non-competitive games. He scored no first team games. He will be retiring soon. Man Utd finished 6th in the league.

David Le Soire - David is still playing well for Zurich and has no plans to retire just yet. He scored 18 goals in 34 games. Unfortunately he's lost 2nd place. Zurich finished 7th in the league.

Jason McIllmurray Jr. - Jason was mainly a sub this season, scoring 10 goals in 9(17) games for Dortmund. Dortmund finished 6th in the league. Jason needs 26 goals if he's to reach 400 career goals before he retires.

Silvio Mella - Another pretty good season for Silvio, who scored 14 goals in 13(21) games for Sporting. Silvio needs 8 goals for 350 career goals. Sporting had a fantastic season, winning the league for the first time ever.

Kwesi Owusu - A good season for Kwesi, who scored 22 goals for Chelsea in 16(14) games. Unfortunately he won't be going to the World Cup. Chelsea finished 4th in the league, won the League Cup and were runners up in the FA Cup.

Quique Sanchez-Tredwell - Another brilliant season for the Jamaican. Not a player who should be retiring any time soon. He got 33 goals this season and is in 2nd place, for now. Atlas won both stages of the league.

Aleksander Radakovic - Not a good final season in football for Aleksander. He played just 1 game for Lazio and scored no goals. Lazio made the play-offs in the league, results still to come.

Mathew Schneider - A bad season again for Mathew, scoring just 3 goals in 8(2) games for Napoli. He'll be leaving the club soon and will search for another. Napoli won the league.

Stuart Shaw - Stuart played pretty well for Man Utd this season, scoring 15 goals in 22(9) games. Unfortunately he's lost 5th place and Murt Shepard is catching him up too. Man Utd finished 6th in the league.

Murt Shepard - A good season for Murt, who scored 21 goals for Bordeaux in 32(2) games. Murt is now over 500 career goals. Bordeaux finished 7th in the league and were French Cup semi-final.

Tom Skull - It was a bad season for Tom, who only played 2 games for Valencia, not scoring any goals. No idea what is going to happen next season though, maybe he'll retire. Valencia finished 3rd in the league.

Jordan Swinburn - Jordan made it through his injury to score 1 more goal and he signed a new contract too. He got 3 goals overall in 11(2) games. Bologna finished 16th in the league.

White Widow - Still scoring plenty of goals for Lorient and is just 20 goals away from 600. He got 19 this season from 30(3) games. He could leave the club when his contract runs out soon. Lorient finished 13th in the league.

Staff

Jimmio Bowmanaggio - Unfortunately for Jimmio, his time with Bologna is up after a run of poor results. Bologna did just manage to stay up though. Jimmio will now be searching for a new job.

Chopper - Chopper made another bad move and has his 2nd relegation since becoming a manager. Valladolid finished 19th in the league, while Girona finished 10th.

Matthew Cooper - Not a great record in his first season as a manager, with 8 win, 6 draws and 9 losses. Huddersfield finished 12th in the Premier League.

Josh Crane - Josh did pretty well with Leyton Orient in his first season. They were looking likely to get relegated but they finished 17th in the league, although it was only 2 points from safety.

Ben Goldsmith - Nothing to mention other than Sheff Utd finished 3rd in the league, getting promoted via the play-offs.

Igor Kesina - Not a great first season in management for Igor having taken over at CSKA towards the end of the season. CSKA ended up finishing 5th in the league.

Long Tym Toon Jr. - Unfortunately for Long Tym Toon Jr. the managers place at Lorient has been taken, by Christopher Samba. Lorient finished 13th in the league.

Bjorgvin Radebe Jr. - It wasn't a great season for Leicester, but Bjorgvin did manage to keep them in the Championship, finishing 17th.

Mario Spehar - Not looking good for Mario, who still hasn't found himself a job.

The Mad Scot - The Mad Scot is the latest staff member and he'll now be looking for a job.

Goals

White Widow              580
Quique Sanchez-Tredwell  564[RETIRING]
David Le Soire           559
Tom Skull                538
The Mad Scot             514[RETIRING]
Stuart Shaw              512
Murt Shepard             504
Arie Kanarie             422**
Kwesi Owusu              416
Mathew Schneider         416
Jason McIllmurray Jr.    374
Bakra                    368
Silvio Mella             342
Aleksander Radakovic     341[RETIRING]
Igor Kesina              318[RETIRED]
Alejandro Hernandez      311
Mario Spehar             301[RETIRED]
Nick Adam                292[RETIRING]
Long Tym Toon Jr.        288[RETIRED]
Josh Crane               285[RETIRED]
Edmond Doustourian       275[RETIRED]
Matthew Cooper           273[RETIRED]
Jimmio Bowmanaggio       262[RETIRED]
Simone Finke             262
Jordan Swinburn          259
Rocky Brittus            247
Ben Goldsmith            234[RETIRED]
Whoopski Deeski          226[RETIRING]
Bjorgvin Radebe Jr.      210[RETIRED]
Chopper                  198*[RETIRED]
Des Morgan               132[RETIRED] 
Jimmy Eastwood             0[RETIRED]
Jack Jacobs                0[RETIRED]
Aidan LFC                  0[RETIRED]
Josh McLachlan             0[RETIRED]
Jamie O'Connor             0[RETIRED]
Jack Ripper                0[RETIRED]
Cristian Sirera            0[RETIRED]
Thomas Weir                0[RETIRED]
Feliciano Zambrano Teles   0[RETIRED]

**7 Goals before the game started.

*2 Goals before the game started.

Coming up next, if there are no changes, should be Quique Sanchez-Tredwell retirement update

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Come on Jason, go home and play for a good 2-3 seasons more, please :) He is not looking likely to pass 400 mark to be honest with this rate as I expect a retirement this season or the next at most.

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Quique Sanchez-Tredwell Hangs Up His Boots

Seasons -Starting, 11/12, 12/13, 13/14, 14/15, 15/16, 16/17, 17/18, 18/19, 19/20, 20/21, 21/22, 22/23, 23/24, 24/25, 25/26, 26/27, 27/28, 28/29, 29/30

Staff Attributes

Personal

History

Biography

Career Stats(for awards)

Clubs

Games: 749

League Goals: 370

Cup Goals: 86

Most Goals For One Club: 456 (Atlas)

Most Goals In A Season: 46 (Atlas and Jamaica)

Country

Games: 141

Goals: 108

Overall Games: 890

Overall Goals: 564

Average Rating: 7.12

Assists: 97

MoM: 75

Yellow Cards: 247

Red Cards: 23

Value: £0

Seasons With One Club: 19 (Atlas)

Cups Won: 20

Clubs Played For: 1

Time Injured: 705 Days

A great career, but as already mentioned, could easily go on for a few more years. I also though Ben Goldsmiths disciplinary record was bad :|

Next up, Whoopski Deeski retirement update.

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Oh well, hopefully Sanchez-Tredwell can sell 4 of his 5 Caribbean Championship winners medals at auction and later go to bed dreaming he won something else.

Shame about the disciplinary record as well... :(

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Whoopski Deeski Calls It A Day

Seasons - Starting, 11/12, 12/13, 13/14, 14/15, 15/16, 16/17, 17/18, 18/19, 19/20, 20/21, 21/22, 22/23, 23/24, 24/25, 25/26, 26/27, 27/28, 28/29, 29/30

Staff Attributes

Personal

History

Biography

Career Stats(for awards)

Clubs

Games: 404

League Goals: 135

Cup Goals: 56

Most Goals For One Club: 145 (Spartak Moscow)

Most Goals In A Season: 31 (Spartak Moscow and Bulgaria)

Country

Games: 72

Goals: 35

Overall Games: 476

Overall Goals: 226

Average Rating: 6.93

Assists: 18

MoM: 16

Yellow Cards: 53

Red Cards: 2

Value: £140k

Seasons With One Club: 11 (Spartak Moscow)

Cups Won: 2

Clubs Played For: 4

Time Injured: 1103 Days (includes current injury)

Unfortunately not quite as good as he might have hoped. I blame Liverpool.

No more tonight. Aleksander Radakovic and Arie Kanarie tomorrow.

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Oh dear, what a shambles of a season...hopefully he gets one last great season before he retires.

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He should be able to now that Quique has retired.

Coming up soon, Aleksander Radakovic retirement update and then either World Cup or Arie Kanarie retirement, not sure which is first :p

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We've just added 2 more players to the retirement updates. Rocky Brittus has set his sight on a 2032 retirement date and Alejandro Hernandez in July this season.

Also Whoopski Deeski has a job, he's a youth coach for Krasnodar.

Unfortunately there was another update for FM, so i can't change staff attributes until a new FMRTE shows up.

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Good to finally pass Swinburn but thought it would have happened a couple of seasons ago. Hopefully we can have 2 good years and pass the 300 mark. C'mon Finke you can do it.

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Aleksander Radakovic Decides to Retire

Seasons - Starting, 11/12, 12/13, 13/14, 14/15, 15/16, 16/17, 17/18, 18/19, 19/20, 20/21, 21/22, 22/23, 23/24, 24/25, 25/26, 26/27, 27/28, 28/29, 29/30

Staff Attributes

Personal

History

Biography

Career Stats(for awards)

Clubs

Games: 529

League Goals: 281

Cup Goals: 14

Most Goals For One Club: 295 (Lazio)

Most Goals In A Season: 31 (Lazio)

Country

Games: 95

Goals: 46

Overall Games: 624

Overall Goals: 341

Average Rating: 7.02

Assists: 30

MoM: 39

Yellow Cards: 36

Red Cards: 1

Value: £3.1m

Seasons With One Club: 18 (Lazio)

Cups Won: 0

Clubs Played For: 1

Time Injured: 664 Days

So close to 350 career goals, but a poor final season messed that up for him. Overall though, a pretty good career.

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Arie Kanarie and Alejandro Hernandez have left their clubs and will retire soon. Mathew Schneider also left his club and will be looking for another, although he may decide to retire too.

Any other players with contracts running out, signed a new one.

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Arie Kanarie Sets Sights on Becoming Staff

Seasons - Starting, 11/12, 12/13, 13/14, 14/15, 15/16, 16/17, 17/18, 18/19, 19/20, 20/21, 21/22, 22/23, 23/24, 24/25, 25/26, 26/27, 27/28, 28/29, 29/30

Staff Attributes

Personal

History

Biography

Career Stats(for awards)

Clubs

Games: 573

League Goals: 260

Cup Goals: 76

Most Goals For One Club: 166 (Arsenal)

Most Goals In A Season: 45 (Arsenal and Holland)

Country

Games: 136

Goals: 86

Overall Games: 709

Overall Goals: 422

Average Rating: 7.21

Assists: 53

MoM: 54

Yellow Cards: 7

Red Cards: 1

Value: £43.3m

Seasons With One Club: 9 (Arsenal)

Cups Won: 8

Clubs Played For: 5

Time Injured: 1061 Days

A good career for Arie for club and country, a shame he never reached 100 Holland goals though.

Feyenoord, Vitesse and Arsenal are interested in signing him as staff. Would like to see him go back to Arsenal myself.

Next up Alejandro Hernandez retirement update then World Cup update.

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What the hell, Arie Kanarie changed his retirement date to 2032 :S i think he will end up retiring and becoming staff though, i'll find out soon and Feyenoord and Vitesse have made bids.

In other news The Mad Scot is now manager of Aberdeen.

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Alejandro Hernandez Hangs Up His Boots

Seasons - Starting, 11/12, 12/13, 13/14, 14/15, 15/16, 16/17, 17/18, 18/19, 19/20, 20/21, 21/22, 22/23, 23/24, 24/25, 25/26, 26/27, 27/28, 28/29, 29/30

Staff Attributes

Personal

History

Biography

Career Stats(for awards)

Clubs

Games: 664

League Goals: 274

Cup Goals: 36

Most Goals For One Club: 310 (Xerez)

Most Goals In A Season: 26 (Xerez)

Country

Games: 4

Goals: 1

Overall Games: 668

Overall Goals: 311

Average Rating: 6.94

Assists: 47

MoM: 34

Yellow Cards: 9

Red Cards: 1

Value: £0

Seasons With One Club: 19 (Xerez)

Cups Won: 1

Clubs Played For: 1

Time Injured: 247 Days

Over 300 goals, so a pretty good career. Shame his Spain career never got going properly though, although he might have been better off picking Mexico.

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World Cup 2030

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Well i certainly didn't expect to see that final.

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WOW any chance of a china squad Screenshot, maybe with their best players (Who i assume are immense regens)

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YES YES YES! China stepping up and in style too!

Sorry for the blatant patriotism of my ancestral nation, so pleased that they've got major honours in this challenge.

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China World Cup Final Line Up

First 11

GK - Meng Wenbin

DR - Wei Zhipeng

DC - Pang Fangtao

DC - Pang Ben

DL - Xiao Weibin

DM - Dong Chunji

MC - Bai Zi'ou

MC - Ye Qingtao

AMC - Jia Guoxu

ST - Du Liang

ST - Xia Qingsong

Subs

SUB1 - Tian Wei

SUB2 - Qu Yingxu

SUB3 - Xu Hongying

SUB4 - Zhang Qiancheng

SUB5 - Zhou Lie

SUB6 - Qu Yalin

SUB7 - Yu Fuchen

SUB8 - Xu Yihang

SUB9 - Fan Zhilei

SUB10 - Nie Zhennan

SUB11 - Zhang Xincheng

SUB12 - Zuo Dawei

Won't be doing this all the time mind you ;) just for unexpected winners of the World Cup

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They have some excellent players who are valued at pretty much nothing. In fact their right back and AMC don't even have clubs.

Some real bargains in that team.

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Alejandro Hernandez Hangs Up His Boots

Seasons - Starting, 11/12, 12/13, 13/14, 14/15, 15/16, 16/17, 17/18, 18/19, 19/20, 20/21, 21/22, 22/23, 23/24, 24/25, 25/26, 26/27, 27/28, 28/29, 29/30

Staff Attributes

Personal

History

Biography

Career Stats(for awards)

Clubs

Games: 664

League Goals: 274

Cup Goals: 36

Most Goals For One Club: 310 (Xerez)

Most Goals In A Season: 26 (Xerez)

Country

Games: 4

Goals: 1

Overall Games: 668

Overall Goals: 311

Average Rating: 6.94

Assists: 47

MoM: 34

Yellow Cards: 9

Red Cards: 1

Value: £0

Seasons With One Club: 19 (Xerez)

Cups Won: 1

Clubs Played For: 1

Time Injured: 247 Days

Over 300 goals, so a pretty good career. Shame his Spain career never got going properly though, although he might have been better off picking Mexico.

Yeah I should of asked to make him declared for Mexico :p But still, not a bad career, shame its over now though. Cheers!

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Aleksander Radakovic is now a Youth Coach for Torino.

Alejandro Hernandez and Mathew Schneider are still without clubs.

This is now the September update, just 1 injury to mention. David Le Soire will spend the next 2 months out with a damaged achilles tendon.

We now have more staff than players.

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Aleksander Radakovic Decides to Retire

Seasons - Starting, 11/12, 12/13, 13/14, 14/15, 15/16, 16/17, 17/18, 18/19, 19/20, 20/21, 21/22, 22/23, 23/24, 24/25, 25/26, 26/27, 27/28, 28/29, 29/30

Staff Attributes

Personal

History

Biography

Career Stats(for awards)

Clubs

Games: 529

League Goals: 281

Cup Goals: 14

Most Goals For One Club: 295 (Lazio)

Most Goals In A Season: 31 (Lazio)

Country

Games: 95

Goals: 46

Overall Games: 624

Overall Goals: 341

Average Rating: 7.02

Assists: 30

MoM: 39

Yellow Cards: 36

Red Cards: 1

Value: £3.1m

Seasons With One Club: 18 (Lazio)

Cups Won: 0

Clubs Played For: 1

Time Injured: 664 Days

So close to 350 career goals, but a poor final season messed that up for him. Overall though, a pretty good career.

A good career, 350 goals would've been good, or 100 international caps...Also forgot that he started at Ajax in the first season, weirdly though his personal screen seems to think he spent 2100 days in Holland...?

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Yeah, a lot of strikers would love to score that many goals in their careers :p but i guess no cups won either. When we first started he wasn't eligible to play in Holland until he was 18 or had Dutch nationality, so i added to how many days he'd spent in Holland.

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Mathew Schneider keeps rejecting contracts, so i'm guessing he'll be retiring shortly.

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It'd be better if he did, but if you look at others who've done the same, they end up retiring.

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Coming up very shortly, Nick Adam retirement update.

Also in the last month, Matthew Cooper and Bjorgvin Radebe Jr. have both been sacked.

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Nick Adam Calls It A Day

Seasons - Starting, 11/12, 12/13, 13/14, 14/15, 15/16, 16/17, 17/18, 18/19, 19/20, 20/21, 21/22, 22/23, 23/24, 24/25, 25/26, 26/27, 27/28, 28/29, 29/30

Staff Attributes

Personal

History

Biography

Career Stats(for awards)

Clubs

Games: 451

League Goals: 174

Cup Goals: 31

Most Goals For One Club: 90 (Marseille)

Most Goals In A Season: 39 (Marseille and Australia)

Country

Games: 137

Goals: 93

Overall Games: 588

Overall Goals: 298

Average Rating: 7.07

Assists: 45

MoM: 33

Yellow Cards: 39

Red Cards: 1

Value: £16m

Seasons With One Club: 11 (Marseille)

Cups Won: 7

Clubs Played For: 4

Time Injured: 330 Days

Almost 300 career goals, not too bad, but his half of his seasons in Marseille he hardly played. Almost 100 goals for Australia too.

Shocking, he retired 2 days before the Asian Champions League Final. He ended up staying on til just after the Cup final, so there might be a goal or two to add.

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He didn't even play in the final haha. In other news, Ben Goldsmith is the new manager at Wrexham.

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Right, no more update tonight other than this little bit, more tomorrow.

Bakra and Simone Finke have decided to retire at the end of this season.

Matthew Cooper is the new manager of Newcastle and Nicka Adam joined Auxerre as a Youth Coach.

And lastly Matthew Schneider has a new club. He's joined Celtic as a player.

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