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[FM17] The Hart Chronicles - Volume II: Adam Hart is 'Yes Man'!

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78th minute: A free kick for Hull. Frode Strom could have a real go at this. It looks like he might...it's FRODE STROMMMM... that really wasn't all that far away from going in!

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86th minute: Wednesday are breaking late on. Can they find an equaliser? Sloma running down the left flank, he's got Scholl in the middle, it's Scholl now who can have a shot from distance or try to find Korczowski ahead of him... IT'S INTO KORCZOWSKIIIIII... but he just can't keep it down! Was that the chance?!

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91st minute: Not long left on the clock for Wednesday to find a goal. Millar has it at the back for Hull, he passes it back to Littlefair in goal... he hits it up the pitch but it's only as far as Korczowski... he plays a nice ball forward for O'Sullivan... O'Sullivan can pick out Andreas as ahead of him...it's ANDREAS PAPOUTSOGIANNOPOLOUS...GOAAAAAAAAL!!!! The Greek striker has put his side level right at the death! It's HULL CITY 1-1 SHEFFIELD WEDNESDAY

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95th minute: It's all over! A gutting end for Hull, as Wednesday's late equaliser means we're all level tonight! 

 

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That sets you up nicely for a home win.

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We name an unchanged side for our home match with Hull. 

 

Adam Hart bemoaned the Arctic Monkeys as a bad luck charm after their music failed to inspire Wednesday to a Playoff win last season, so tonight the team come out to music from another one of Sheffield's famous sons: 

 

 

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13th minute: Hull have looked the better side in the opening 10 minutes. Joe Cooper smashes a ball upfield into the Wednesday half, he finds Richard Pali who has Paolo Mauri ahead of him...he's found Mauri who's making his way into the box... MAURIIII.... big save from Frimpong to keep it out! 

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32nd minute: Wednesday have a free kick so far deep in the Hull half it might as well be a corner. Sloma will float it in...DE FREITASSSSS.... it's somehow kept out by a combination of goalkeeper and defence! How is it still 0-0 here?!

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45th minute: The referee is putting an end to this. It's not been the most exciting of first halfs, Hull have perhaps been the better side, but Wednesday are still well in this game as it stands. 

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50th minute: Frode Strom standing over a free kick for Hull. Will he strike this...HE WILL! AND FRODE STROM HAS GIVEN THE AWAY TEAM THE LEAD! A DISASTROUS START TO THE HALF FOR WEDNESDAY, because it's SHEFFIELD WEDNESDAY 0-1 (1-2) HULL CITY

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52nd minute: Papoutsogiannopoulous wiht the ball on the half way line, he's got Korzcowski running alongside him, he finds him, the German striker now advances on the Hull goal, but he's taken a touch and is now driving down the right side of the box, he could get a low cross in here... he hits it across goal... SLOMA IS THERE!!! WEDNESDAY ARE LEVEL! A fine move makes it SHEFFIELD WEDNESDAY 1-1 (2-2) HULL CITY

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67th minute: Hull are on the break now. It's Tutulan off of the bench trying to make an impact, he's got Telford ahead of him, Telford running through, he could Vitale here...IT'S VITALEEEEE... just wide! So close for the away side!

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77th minute: Sloma on the ball for Wednesday. He's on the far left wing in the middle of the pitch. Ohhh and he's hit a lovely weighted ball right down the flank to Kersten on the overlap... Kersten with plenty of space to run into the byline and put a ball into the box... AND KORCZOWSKI IS THERE!!! SHEFFIELD WEDNESDAY TAKE THE LEAD AND THEY'VE GOT ONE FOOT AT WEMBLEY!!! SHEFFIELD WEDNESDAY 2-1 (3-2) HULL CITY

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92nd minute: The Hull keeper is rushing to take his goal kick here. Will they get one more chance to attack...no they won't! It's all over! SHEFFIELD WEDNESDAY WILL GOT WEMBLEY!! ADAM HART'S MEN HAVE DONE IT! 

 

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One game away from the big time!  What a season this would be promotion and a son!

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Charlery is actually back in the squad after just returning from international duty with St Lucia, but he isn't fit enough to start. We face West Brom in front of 87,000 at Wembley. 

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12th minute: Karner with a free kick for Wednesday. He's looking to get a cross into the box... it goes into the box, there's a scuffle, the keeper is on the floor, the referee's blown his whistle is that a free kick for West- NO! He's given a penalty!! Ohh incredible scenes here, because Sheffield Wednesday have a golden chance to take an early lead! 

Mario Korzwoski steps up to take this one. He's already the top scorer in the Championship this season, can he add another one here, that would put his side in with a great chance of playing in the Premier League next season... OHHHHH AND IT'S GONE PAST THE KEEPER BUT INSTEAD OF FLYING INTO THE TOP CORNER ITS HIT THE UPRIGHT AND COME BACK OUT!!! A huge miss from Korczowski, and will he and his team be rueing that miss later tonight?!

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35th minute: Wednesday are on the move. Piotr Sloma sprinting down that left side where he's so dangerous, he's got a few men in the middle, it's Sloma into the box...KARNER ON THE END OF IT... but he's denied by a stong tackle by Towers in defence...and Grant Kelly smashes it clear and away from danger. 

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41st minute: A corner for West Brom. It's taken quickly by Rob Camm who passes to Sergio Alves, Alves hits it from a crazy angle... Frimpong saves it but Cozzolino is there for the rebound...oh and it somehow avoids going into the net! Great work from defence and goalkeeper there.

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46th minute: It's half-time! We're all square and neither side have made a particularly strong case for the chance to be in the Premier League next season. Let's see what the 2nd half will bring...

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61st minute: Sheffield with a throw in. De Freitas might try a long throw into the box...it's Rory Delap style... the substitute Charlery is there...and ohhhhh his header comes so so close to going in! 

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75th minute: West Brom have a free kick. It's taken by Manuel Pons, it drifts towards the goal but Frimpong comes out to punch it clear...but it falls to AITOR IRIBARRENNNNNNNN....ohhhh and how has that not gone in?! It was almost an open goal!! A huge miss in this game! 

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79th minute: Esters with the ball in the middle of the pitch for Wednesday, he hits it forward to Papoutsogiannopoulous who is just outside the box... the Greek plays it out wide left to Sloma... Sloma back to Papoutsogiannopoulous who is through on goal...but Immonen takes him out and wins the ball brilliantly but the ball slides across the box and falls to MARIO KORCZOWSKIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII!!!!!!!!! THE CHAMPIONSHIP'S TOP SCORER HAS COME UP WITH THE GOODS AND AS THINGS STAND, ADAM HART'S SIDE WILL BE IN THE PREMIER LEAGUE NEXT SEASON! It's West Bromwich Albion 0-1 Sheffield Wednesday 

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92nd minute: Will West Brom get one last chance here- NO THEY WONT'!!!! The referee has blown his whistle and it is Sheffield Wednesday who be in the Premier League next season! Adam Hart at the slender age of 67 has taken this team and got them into the top tier, for the first time in over 25 years! 

 

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GET IN!! Chuffed for you, done it the hard way.

What are the budgets for next year?  I find sometimes the board are tight in the summer, then release a bunch more money in Jan once the bank balance has grown, ie they don't fully take into account the money that will flow in over the year.

Weds defo are a sleeping giant and could be a top 6 side in 5 years.  

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#hailthemannotthedog

 

Well Done on finally making to the big time.

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gz matey,

#inb4youareofferedthewestbromjob

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Thanks guys. I think the small budget prediction will probably be right as they don't seem to be giving me too much. I think I'll have a much smaller budget in the Premier League than I did to get there :D 

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Season 38: Sheffield Wednesday

 

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Absolutely delighted to have gone up this year! It's only taken 1,926 games to get there! :D 

 

Squad

 

Korczowski the stand out player with 29 goals and 14 assists in all competitions, he won the Championship Golden Boot and Top Scorer. He somehow didn't have the most difficult name to say in the team, with his strike partner, Andreas Papoutsogiannopoulous ending the campaign with 19 goals and 19 assists. Leon Esters also had a good season in midfield. 

 

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Season     Club                 Division                               Position      Achievements/Other
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2016/17    Ipswich Wanderers    Eastern Counties Premier League          8th         Eastern Counties League Cup winners
2017/18    Ipswich Wanderers    Eastern Counties Premier League         11th         Left in November
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2017/18    Coventry Sphinx      Midland Football Premier League         13th         N/A
2018/19    Coventry Sphinx      Midland Football Premier League         10th         Left in December 
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2018/19    Carlton Town         United Counties Premier League           8th         United Counties League Cup runners-up. Sacked. 
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2019/20    Basildon United      Essex Senior League                      3rd         Gordan Brasted Memorial Trophy winners
2020/21    Basildon United      Essex Senior League                     17th         Left in November 
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2020/21    Lincoln United       Northern Counties East Premier League   11th         N/A
2021/22    Lincoln United       Northern Counties East Premier League   17th         Left in December
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2021/22    Swindon Supermarine  Southern League 1st Division S/W        13th         N/A
2022/23    Swindon Supermarine  Southern League 1st Division S/W        18th         Left in January
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2022/23    Trafford FC          Northern Premier League 1st Division N   7th         N/A
2023/24    Trafford FC          Northern Premier League 1st Division N  11th         Sacked in November
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2023/24    Hythe Town           Isthmian League 1st Division S          12th         Joined in January
2024/25    Hythe Town           Isthmian League 1st Division S           3rd         Left in March
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2024/25    Canvey Island        Isthmian League Premier Division        23rd         Relegated 
2025/26    Canvey Island        Isthmian League 1st Division N          23rd         Sacked in November
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2025/26    Farsley Celtic       Northern Premier League 1st Division N  11th         Joined in January
2026/27    Farsley Celtic       Northern Premier League 1st Division N   5th         Left in March
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2026/27    Stourbridge          Northern League Premier Division        21st         Relegated
2027/28    Stourbridge          Southern League 1st Division C           5th         Promoted via Playoffs 
2028/29    Stourbridge          Southern League Premier Division        15th         Left in November
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2028/29    Lancaster City       Northern League Premier Division        21st         Relegeted. Sacked. 
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2029/30    Southport            Northern League Premier Division        14th         N/A
2030/31    Southport            Northern League Premier Division         5th         Left in April 
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2030/31    Port Vale            Northern League Premier Division         3rd         Lost in Playoff Final
2031/32    Port Vale            Northern League Premier Division         2nd         Lost in Playoff Final
2032/33    Port Vale            Northern League Premier Division         6th         Left in January 
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2032/33    Port Talbot Town     Welsh Premier League                     8th         N/A
2033/34    Port Talbot Town     Welsh Premier League                     3rd         Qualified for Europa League via Playoff
2034/35    Port Talbot Town     Welsh Premier League                     5th         Welsh Cup winners
2035/36    Port Talbot Town     Welsh Premier League                     2nd         Welsh League Cup winners
2036/37    Port Talbot Town     Welsh Premier League                     1st         Welsh Premier League winners
2037/38    Port Talbot Town     Welsh Premier League                     1st         Welsh Premier League & League Cup winners
2038/39    Port Talbot Town     Welsh Premier League                     2nd         Left in December
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2038/39    Yeovil Town          League 2                                22nd         Sacked in March. 
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2039/40    Salford City         Conference                              14th         Joined in October. FA Trophy winners.
2040/41    Salford City         Conference                               4th         Promoted via Playoffs
2041/42    Salford City         League 2                                22nd         Left in November
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2041/42    Blackpool            Conference                               1st         Promoted as Champions
2042/43    Blackpool            League 2                                 1st         Promoted as Champions
2043/44    Blackpool            League 1                                18th         N/A
2044/45    Blackpool            League 1                                 4th         Left in April
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2044/45    Swindon Town         League 1                                 6th         Lost in Playoff Final
2045/46    Swindon Town         League 1                                17th         Sacked in September
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2045/46    Gillingham           League 1                                 9th         Joined in December
2046/47    Gillingham           League 1                                 6th         EFL Trophy winners & Lost in Playoff Semi
2047/48    Gillingham           League 1                                 4th         Promoted via Playoffs & EFL Trophy winners
2048/49    Gillingham           Championship                            16th         Left in December
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2048/49    Cardiff City         Championship                            21st         Joined in Decemember 
2049/50    Cardiff City         Championship                            17th         N/A
2050/51    Cardiff City         Championship                            11th         FA Cup Semi Finalists 
2051/52    Cardiff City         Championship                            19th         Left in December
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2051/52    Sheffield Wednesday  Championship                            13th         N/A
2052/53    Sheffield Wednesday  Championship                            5th          Lost in Playoff Semi
2053/54    Sheffield Wednesday  Championship                            3rd          Promoted via Playoffs
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Trophy Cabinet

 

League 2                       x1 - 2042/43 (Blackpool)
EFL Trophy                     x2 - 2046/47, 2047/48 (Gillingham)
Conference                     x1 - 2041/42 (Blackpool)
FA Trophy                      x1 - 2039/40 (Salford City)
Eastern Counties League Cup    x1 - 2016/17 (Ipswich Wanderers) 
Gordan Brasted Memorial Trophy x1 - 2019/20 (Basildon United) 

Welsh Premier League           x2 - 2036/37, 2037/38 (Port Talbot Town)
Welsh Cup                      x1 - 2034/35 (Port Talbot Town)
Welsh League Cup               x2 - 2035/36, 2037/38 (Port Talbot Town)

 

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Marcus Llorente had a fantastic first season at Man United, as he won the Premier League. Chelsea ended up 4th but they sacked Vedran Corluka mid-season despite back to back Champions League wins, they replaced him with Bayern's Andre Ayew and it was actually Corluka who replaced Ayew at Bayern. Hugo Lloris got sacked by Real Madrid a few seasons back, but he got the last laugh as his PSG side beat them in the Champions League final this season. 

Maidenhead's maiden season in the Football League ended in disappointment as they finished rock bottom and went back down to the Conference. The Conference did see some interesting stuff though. Bideford finally managed to win promotion to League 2 after their tycoon-induced rise had mellowed off with 4 years of Conference limbo. They only did it through the Playoffs though, as the surprise package and winners were actually Cove F.C, who have now won 6 straight promotions ffs :D 

 

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I've got no idea how they've managed this as there's no hint of a Tycoon, they've even had the same manager the whole time, so fair play to that man: 

 

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He's only 38 and will get to manage in League 2 next year :D 

 

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Was he a player, and if so, at what level?

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22 minutes ago, BoxToBox said:

Was he a player, and if so, at what level?

 

He came through at Burnley but was released before playing a single game, ultimately spending his career in the 7th tier for the likes of Crook, Alfreton and Clitheroe. Seems he retired at 33 and got a job for 10th tier Lyndney Town before getting the Cove job. Tbf I have noticed that regen players tend to get managerial jobs in their early 30's at round 8th-10th tier level, as I got a news item about my Goalkeeper at Port Talbot, Lewis Banks, getting sacked by some 9th tier club when he was 35. 

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Also it appears that my transfer budget for my debut Premier League season will be £3.5M :D 

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14 minutes ago, PaulHartman71 said:

 

He came through at Burnley but was released before playing a single game, ultimately spending his career in the 7th tier for the likes of Crook, Alfreton and Clitheroe. Seems he retired at 33 and got a job for 10th tier Lyndney Town before getting the Cove job. Tbf I have noticed that regen players tend to get managerial jobs in their early 30's at round 8th-10th tier level, as I got a news item about my Goalkeeper at Port Talbot, Lewis Banks, getting sacked by some 9th tier club when he was 35. 

Cheers!

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1 hour ago, PaulHartman71 said:

Also it appears that my transfer budget for my debut Premier League season will be £3.5M :D 

OUCH!!  Any increase in the wage budget?  What is the bank balance like?

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The rise and rise of Cove.

Well done reaching the Premier League. Patience at a similar level to my rise to the Premier League with Newcastle Town on FM11.

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finally! congratulations on the promotion! can't be too long before you're on the radar of some bigger clubs, hope Matt Hart gets a chance to play some champions league football in the not too distant future

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There were no notable departures... 

 

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Ricardo Cunha is our only buy of the summer, with the 25 year old defender joining us from Rangers. We also gained two strikers on loan, with David Brown from Man United and Mario Diaz from Sevilla. Finally, we also gained Michael Nazo, a midfielder, from Chelsea. 

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