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just started the 2026/27 preseason on my fm15 save next season I'll have to sell up to 6 players  as I have up to 10 who'll no longer qualify as under 21 and only 4 spaces available

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21 hours ago, MAECK said:

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er why arse arsenal called Arsenal Londyn? first LONDON is misspelled second we're not called Arsenal London anyway

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On 9/4/2016 at 20:02, Fer Fuchs Ake said:

Should I keep Giroud or sell?

 

Great stats, but had an awful preseason.

 
 
 

No.

Giroud is a good back up or main striker for any FM team. With the right tactic, he can score 30+ goals in a season, which is proven already by players in these community. With players like Bellerin, Walcot, Monreal, and Sanchez, Giroud should be doing easy tap ins or headers in the box. He is probably the most technically and physically gifted target man in the game, apart from Zlatan!

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2 hours ago, aditya said:

No.

Giroud is a good back up or main striker for any FM team. With the right tactic, he can score 30+ goals in a season, which is proven already by players in these community. With players like Bellerin, Walcot, Monreal, and Sanchez, Giroud should be doing easy tap ins or headers in the box. He is probably the most technically and physically gifted target man in the game, apart from Zlatan!

Don't worry, I didn't. I'm a few games into the season and he's top scorer. He's been a constant. He even got a hattrick against Chelsea.

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Hello All,

I am new here - so warm greetings to all Arsenal fans! Sorry for chaotic style but I not used to yet to web forums.

 

I started new season in FM2016 with my favourite team and I have really stunning season.

Preaseason transfers:

OUT:

Flamini

Campbell

Monreal

 

IN:

Gaya (50 mio EUR)

Bernardo Silva (30 mio EUR)

Jorge Mere (future)

Dani Olmo (future)

 

Winter transfers:

OUT:

Gabriel Paulista

Elneny

IN:

Bazoer (14 mio)

Riedewald (17 mio)

 

Future IN

Donnarumma (6 mio)

Thiago Alcantara (37 mio)

plenty of 4,5*-5* regens including one of future world class golkeeper :)

 

Lot of young players depatrured on loans (Gnarby, Jeff as well). Still not finished 1st season (but already PL winner and passed Champions league quarter final - with Juventus - 3-1 away, 6-4 home...) and I see few players to be loaned after (Coq as Thiago comming). I am not rather spending tons of money for the players so will not go for Griezmann or Pogba.

 

Cheers Gooners.

 

 

 

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Update to above post. After season I let them go:

Coq - 40 mln EUR to Barcelona (Bazoer had stunning entrance to first team, very rarely below 8.0) rating.

Mer - 21,5 mln EUR to Dortmund

Wallcot - 45,5 mln EUR to Man Utd

Santi Cazorla - 38 mln EUR to Atletico de Madrid

 

IN:

Jesus Vallejo - 45 mln

Ruben Neves - 42 mln

 

Real wants Giroud for 45 mln EUR but guys, he scored 56 goals last season. I can have younger Morata for that price, but I can't see him scoring that well. Any ideas and advise?

 

 

 

 

 

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I decided to start a game with Arsenal, not a fan, but I felt they were a decent challenge. Big club with great finances, big stadium and great fan base but too long since they were genuine and consistent challengers in the league. Now into my third season I thought I'd post my journey here. 

 

Season 1:

League Position 2nd (Winners Chelsea) Notable news – The two Manchester teams finished mid table leading to Mourinho and Pep both being sacked.

 

Cups:

EFL Cup – Winners – Beating Newcastle 3-1 in the final

FA Cup – Runners Up – Losing 2-1 (AET) to Manchester United

Champions League – Quarter Finalists – Lost to Barcelona (Atletico were the eventual winners beating Juventus in the final)

Europa League – Sevilla – Made it yet another win in this competition

 

Transfers: I think not being a fan helped make tough decisions in this area as I have no real life allegiance to players.

In:

Timo Horn – Koln - £6.5m

David Alaba – Bayern - £31.5m

Lucas Silva – Castilla - £16.8m (January)

Domenico Berradi – Sassulo - £26.5m

Daniele Rugani – Juventus – Loan

Saul – Atletico - £27m

Emmanual Mammana – River - £7m (January)

Gabriel Barbosa – Santos - £11m

Gianlugi Donnarumma – AC Milan - £12.5m

Isco – Real Madrid - £22m (January)

Mauro Icardi – Inter - £40m

Paulo Dybala – Juventus - £41m (January) – Transfer listed by request

£241.8m

 

Out:

Yaya Sanogo – Newcastle - £5m

Serge Gnabry – Man City - £9m

Joel Campbell – Leicester - £12m

Mathieu Debuchy – Leicester - £8m

Gabriel Paulista – Leicester - £8m

Danny Welbeck – Wolfsburg - £34m

Nacho Monreal – Chelsea - £12.5m

Emiliano Martinez – Hull - £3m

Granit Xhaka – Juventus - £29m

David Ospina – R Sociedad - £5.5m

Mohammed Elneny – Schalke - £17m

Santi Cazorla – Juventus - £24m

Carl Jenkinson – Stoke - £8m

£175m (Net spend £66.8m)

 

Season 2

League Winners – Notable news Sunderland finished third with Everton fourth. Manchester United had a terrible league campaign and survived on the final day!

Cups:

EFL Cup – Lost 4th round to Reading

FA Cup – Winners – Beat Reading 4-0

Champions League – Winners Beat Real Madrid 3-2

Europa League – Manchester United

 

Transfers Season 2:

In:

Daniele Rugani – Juventus - £24.5m

Martin Odegaard – Real Madrid - £25m

Regens/Youth players for a combined £82m

£131.5m

Out:

Francis Coquelin – Manchester United - £28m

Olivier Giroud – Atletico - £27m

Per Mertesacker – Malaga - £5m

Wojciech Szczensy – Bournemouth - £8m

Theo Walcott – PSG - £32M

Tukamo Asano – Brighton - £100k

 

£100.1m (Net Spend £31.4m)

 

Summer Transfer window season 3

In

Luke Shaw – Manchester United - £38m

Lucas Digne – Barcelona - £11m

Regens/Youth players - £58m Combined

 

£107m

Out

Callum Chambers – Stoke - £11m

Alex Oxlaide-Chamberlain – Manchester United - £26m

Mauro Icardi – Chelsea - £38m

Timo Horn – West Ham - £7m

Lucas Silva – AC Milan - £15m

Laurent Koscielny – Barcelona - £17m

David Alaba – Real Madrid - £55m

Alex Iwobi – BMG - £7.8m

Kieran Gibbs – Manchester United - £6m

£182.8m (Net profit £75.8m)

Current Squad

                     First Choice    Back Up

Goalkeepers: - Donnarruma    Cech    (Cech plays Cups & occasional League matches)

Right Back: -    Bellerin          Daschner (17 Year Old Regen)

Left Back: -      Shaw             Digne

BPCD: -           Rugani           Xavier (18 Year Old Regen)

Centre Back: - Mammana      Molina (19 Year Old Regen)

CMDLP: -         Wilshere        Ustandag (17 Year Old Regen)

CMAP: -           Ramsey         Saul

IFR: -              Isco               Barbosa

IFL: -              Sanchez         Berradi

AMAP: -         Ozil                Odegaard

CF: -              Dybala            Barbosa Berradi

 

As you can see I am looking to start bringing through some of the young players I have brought into the club and get them some experience through the seasons ahead, hopefully meaning I have a set team that combines youth and experience. I am happy to finish top four this season though champions as always is the ultimate aim.

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Playing on the new LFCMarshall Transfer Update:

Signed Ousmane Dembele 24m, Rashford 32m. 

Ousmane is injury prone! in case someone wants to buy him as well, however, Rashford is what Akpom wishes he could be. Scored a hat trick on his debut. 

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On 18/09/2016 at 08:48, rstebbing1709 said:

Season Three review.

 

Just ended my third season at Arsenal and what a season it has been, Manchester United finally turned their fortunes around, improving from 16th last season to 2nd this season. Sunderland showed they were no one hit wonders, maintaining their top four finish from last season. We finished as champions and Manchester City rounded off the top four. At the other end Burnley, Stoke and Derby all dropped in to the Championship.

 

League:

Champions: Arsenal

Champions League: Manchester United

Champions League: Manchester City

Champions League: Sunderland

Europa: Leicester

 

Cups:

Another great season in the cup competitions, we ended up winning both the FA Cup and Champions League, although we lost out in the EFL trophy to Tottenham

 

Champions League: Winners 4-1 vs Juventus

FA Cup: Winners 1-0 vs Leicester

EFL: Quarter finals 0-1 vs Tottenham

Europa: Crystal Palace!!

 

Transfers:

In:

Luke Shaw – Manchester United £38m

Lucas Digne – Barcelona - £11m

Regen/Youth Players £67m

 

£116m

 

Out

Callum Chambers – Stoke - £11m

Alex Oxlaide-Chamberlain – Manchester United - £26m

Mauro Icardi – Chelsea - £38m

Timo Horn – West Ham - £7m

Lucas Silva – AC Milan - £15m

Laurent Koscielny – Barcelona - £17m

David Alaba – Real Madrid - £55m

Alex Iwobi – BMG - £7.8m

Kieran Gibbs – Manchester United - £6m

Gabriel Barbosa – Dortmund - £48m

 

£230.8m (Net Profit £114.8m)

 

Player Rankings:

 

Top Scorers:

1 – Dybala 38

2 – Berradi 30

3 – Sanchez 25

 

Assists

1 – Shaw 21

2 – Bellerin 19

3 – Ozil 18

 

POM:

1 – Shaw 13

2 – Dybala 11

3 – Ozil 10

 

On to season four, Petr Cech is going to be moving on to Everton, with a youth goalkeeper Vivani coming through for next season to back up Donnarruma.

 

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I have started new save as wanted to go little bit different way. And it shows me how this game is random. Now I am finishing first season and Giroud sucks (last save he scored 56 goals) - missing even empty net. But Wallcot is scoring every position he plays. Once i put him instead of Monreal and he got hat trick. Lol.

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