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Evening all,

Welcome to Agent Wars - where you choose a player for your 'stable' and through inspirational 'chats' you can either improve your player or get in the 'ear' of another.

Below is a list of players that are in Rotherham Uniteds U18 side, your jobs is to pick one then follow the rules underneath the image.

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Name your 'agency' and pick a player - first come, first served - below is an example of how to sign up...Mataar Jallow is available.

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Agency Name : Millermen

Player Name: Matarr Jallow

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I will then post an image of the players stats - these are important for everyone - because you either increase your own players stats or sabotage any other player you want - after all this is agent wars.

The game will then be holidayed a week and based on games played you will gain points based on the reputation of the competition.

Friendlies are 10 points an appearance, U18 Youth Alliance League North-East games 24 and I will advise as and when players play for the U23 team and first team etc.

You then spend these points to change a stat - to change a stat its simple - if your player had passing at 3, then it would be 4 points to move to 4, then 5 points to 5...so 9 in total...

or

You might want to stitch a fellow agent over and increase say a players aggression from 8 to 10, which would cost you 9+10 so 19 in total.

You get the drift?

Year 1 its 100% of points. Year 2 its all points divided by 2, Year 3 all points divided by 3 etc.

The agent who has the most points after 365 days will choice the club where the next lot of players are picked from.

The aim of the game??? Who knows, do you want an agency that has players that play lots and stay loyal, or dirty tricks and gain as much money as possible.

Oh by the way, you earn 10% of the players wages - so maybe developing players may be the way to go....or stitch players over so they don't earn....its your choice, all youth players start on £120 a week.

Once I update, there will be a minimum of 6 hours for people to advise on stats changes after that I will move the game on - you don't lose your points they role over until you log on and use them...or not.

I will be using FMRTE with the freeze option ticked so the inbuilt CA and PA wont revert the changes back.

 

Good luck, I look forward to seeing who play by the rules or are sneaky 'normal' agents :-)

 

 

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Agency Name: Cyberams

Signed Players: Jake Champion - Rotherham United.

 

Agency Name: Anguilla Sports Agency

Signed Players: Bernard Makwenza - Rotherham United.

 

Agency Name: Ace Industries

Signed Players: Rodney Kirwan - Rotherham United

 

Agency Name: GKsRUS

Signed Players: Elliot Ellis

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@David Corperial good luck mate - here is your lad:

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Changes made:

Determination 14

Finishing 10

Decisions 10

Teamwork 9

Consistency 8

Anticipation 6

Strength 6

Bravery 6

Tackling 6

Heading 6

Concentration 6

Positioning 6

Composure 5

I will be moving the game world on, the current date is 24.Jun.2019 and its a couple of weeks before the friendlies kick in. So study your lads stats, get your plan together and take the first step to developing your player - Good luck.

 

*Remember, anyone can join at any time - the only thing you will lose is a few weeks of £120 p/w youth contract wages (£12 a week!!!)

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In-game date: 15.Jul.2019, after 3 weeks Jake gets his first run out in a 2-0 away friendly win against Stockport, just 17 fans watched the game at the Stockport Sports Village.

 

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ok Finishing to 3 is 2 to 2 and then 3 to 3 so that's 5 points and Composure up 1 to 5 is 5 points - that's everything spent - game moving forward a week.

So new stats are

Finishing 3

Composure 5

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In game date: 22.July.2019 Jake makes his U23 debut in a 2-0 away defeat to Charlton U23s, the match is played in front of 413 people at Hardenhuish Park. Home fans and followers of U18 football also get to see him play in a home friendly at Roundwood Sports Complex, 27 fans saw him play in a 3-0 home defeat to Blackpool.

 

20 points to spend if you feel like it.

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Consistency now at 8 (8 points spent going from 7 to 8) and Determination has spent 3+4+5 = 12 points.

All 20 spent, game moving forward a week.

Have updated your players screenshot so it's a little easier to keep a track on your changes.

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In game date: 05.Aug.2019 a couple of weeks of football and just the 1 U23 friendly was played. 414 fans saw Champion play in a 2-2 draw away at Reading U23s at Adams Park.

 

Just the 10 points to spend or save.....

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In game date: 19.Aug.2019 a quite first week for Jake was followed by coming on a sub for 20 mins in a U23 friendly against Bashford - 416 fans saw a 1-1 draw played out at Greenwich Avenue.

The U18 season kicked off with a 1-1 draw away at Notts County, only 21 fans watched the match at Highfields were Jake picked up a yellow card after 82 minutes.

 

44 points to spend 

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In game date: 26.Aug.2019 a really busy week for Jake started off with a starting place in the U23 Division 4 North-East 3-0 away win at Blundell Park, 422 fans saw Jake play for 74 minutes and pick up a yellow card. An U23 friendy also saw Jake start, 426 fans were at The Shay to see the Millers lose 2-1 in a friendly.

The final match of this week saw Jake play for the U18 side, picking up a yellow card in the 46th minute he played the full 90 minutes in a 1-1 draw at home to Doncaster Rovers, the match attendance was 22 at the Roundwood Sports Complex.

 

A stonking week of football means a whopping 63 points can be used, its already looking like Jake will get plenty of youth and reserve team football - the question however is will he break into the 1st team at all?

 

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In game date: 02.Sep.2019 Another stonking week of football for Jake, starting off with a starting shirt in a 3-0 home U23 league defeat game to Doncaster Rovers, played at the AESSEAL New York Stadium in front of 395 fans. Jake also got half a match in a U23 friendly away at Maidenhead U18s, 430 fans turned out at York Road.

Finally Jake played the full 90 minutes in the 2-0 away U18 league defeat to Huddersfield, just 17 fans turned out at the Stockport Sports Village.

 

Another 64 points to spend!!!! Progressing really well, plenty of football being played too which is key to this first year.

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In game date: 09.Sep.2019 only the 1 game this week - a 2-0 home defeat U18 league game against Chesterfield at the Roundwood Sports Complex in front of 18 fans! Jake played the full game.

 

24 points to spend - I will deffo move the game on a week if not heard back by 15:00 hrs today.

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On 31/05/2020 at 18:12, David Corperial said:

Anticipation up 2 to 6 and Vision up 2 to 7.

Sorry was just moving the game date forward - been a massive increase to your boy - here goes.

In game date: 30.Sept.2019 - after a couple of weeks of no football, it was back and young Jake was playing in every game he could! He also got that first goal!

Jake hit the winner in a U23 league game at home to Walsall, 232 people saw the young man score at the AESSEAL New York Stadium! He also played 40 minutes in a 3-0 U23 friendly away at Bath City, 431 fans were at Twerton Park.

A couple of games the for the U18s too, starting off with a 3-1 away defeat against Tranmere in the Youth Alliance Cup Group match, 154 fans were at Prenton Park, the U18s did get back to winning ways though with a 2-1 home win in front of 16 fans - West Street was the location for the league game away at Scunthorpe.

111 coaching points can be used now, and the changed to Anticipation and Vision have not been made as I was forwarding the game when you posted @David Corperial

 

With the first quarter of the season all done and dusted it's time for me to ask for new agents to come along and join the fun. The players available are still showing in the original post - its a slow burner but once your youth makes it pro, its very rewarding.

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1/4 of the season has been played by the 1st team - thought I would screenshot your player and his current skills.

Word rep has gone up the most and a tiny increase in valuation.

 

Stamina 6

Balance 6

Jumping 6

Vision 6

Composure 6

Long Shots 6

Passing 7

Work Rate 10

Pace 14

Determination up 15

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In game date: 07.Oct.2019 a cracking week results wise at youth level for Jake and the team, starting off with a 2-1 away win at Scunthorpe, 16 fans turned out to watch the U18 league game at West Street. The young millers followed that up with a 2-0 home alliance cup group game against the same opposition. 222 fans packed into the Roundwood Sports Complex to cheer the young Millers on to victory. Jake started both games to continue his impressive youth and reserve team appearances.

 

48 points to spend, 18 games started and 1 as sub since the start of the season - developing really well and this is only year 1. If Jake stays injury free, he's easily going to feature in around 35 to 40 games and should push himself up into the reserve team and maybe the odd 1st team bench appearance come the last month of the season.

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In game date: 28.Oct.2019 not a great deal to write about, just 1 sub appearance in a U23 friendly defeat at home to West Brom, 1,221 fans watched the 2nd string Millers at the AESSAL New York Stadium.

 

58 points to spend.

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Points spent game moving forward a week - and welcome @GloryFan2002 here is your lad - good luck.

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In total he has played 6(2) no goals, 1 assist and 1 yellow card.

Heading 12

Strength 12

Pace 11

Finishing  2

Dribbling 2

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In game date: 04.Nov.2019 just an U23 league game for Jake, playing in a 3-2 home defeat against Scunthorpe, 210 fans watched the match at the AESSEAL New York Stadium.

 

Jake has 29 points to spend.

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In game date: 11.Nov.2019 - plenty of football for the lads this week and great news for both of them. Starting off at U23 level, both Jake and Bernard played in a 4-0 away friendly defeat away at Charlton. 420 fans turned out to watch the match played at Sparrows Lane, Jake started and played for 59 minutes, whilst Bernard came on a sub in the 63rd minute and in all the excitement got himself  booked.

Next up, both lads started the 2-1 away U18 league game away at Bradford City, 26 fans saw the match at Rawdon Meadows.

Finally the great news is that the young Millers smashed Crewe 3-1 in the FA Youth Cup 1st Rnd, played at the Roundwood Sports Complex in front of 234 fans, both lads played in the match and they have a great chance of making the 3rd round having been paired up away at Mansfield.

 

Both players have 63 points to spend, im around most of today so as soon as you both update I will move it on - otherwise it will move on around 14:00hrs.

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In game date: 11.Nov.2019 Jake played for the U23 in a friendly against Sheff Wed at the AESSEAL New York Stadium, 1,280 fans turned out for this South Yorkshire derby with the Owls coming out winners 2-1.

Both lads started the youth F.A.Cup 2nd round match at RH Academy against Mansfield, it was a tail of two games for the boys as Bernard was took off after 3 minutes, whilst Jake scored the 2nd goal for the young Millers in a 2-1 win and a 3rd round home tie against Burnley! 3 days later and both lads started against Lincoln City in a 1-1 draw at the Roundwood Sports Complex, 27 fans turned out for the match.

 

Jake has 126 points to be spent on him, Bernard 54. Cut off point is 23:00hrs tonight.

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In game date: 02.Dec.2019 Both Jake and Bernard started the U23 friendly away at Merthyr, Bernard was forced off with a knock just after half time whilst Jake helped himself to a goal and the man of the match award in a 3-0 win. 420 fans got to witness Jakes first of what many hope to be many outstanding performances.

The U18s were knocked out of the youth cup, 3-1 at home without either of the lads being picked! And then both played in the 2-0 U18 youth alliance cup match defeat to Port Vale, 128 fans turned out at the Bycars Training Ground.

 

 

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In game date: 09.Dec.2019 Starting the update off in the U23 league and both lads were part of a 3-0 win at home to Grimsby Town, AESSEAL New York Stadium had 224 fans to witness both lads play the full 90 minutes with Bernard setting one of the goals up. Jake also came on as sub for the U23 side in a 2-0 friendly away win at Woking, 419 fans packed into the Kingfield Stadium.

Bernard played in a U18 Youth Alliance Cup 2-1 home win against Walsall, 217 fans saw the match at the Roundwood Sports Complex, he was also the only one of the two to play in the U18 1-1 league draw at Doncaster. Cantley Park had 25 fans watching another 90 minutes for the young Zimbabwean.

 

Plenty of development points to be spent, Jake has 199 and Bernard 121. Spend them wisely, after this next week its half a season that has gone and I will post your players stats again.

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Stamina, Balance, Jumping, Vision, Composure, Long Shots, Heading, Tackling, Anticipation, Bravery, Concentration, Off the Ball, Positioning, Strength, and Important Matches to 7, Determination to 20, and Marking and Penalties to 2. I believe that is perfectly 199 points.

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Changes made - and what a boost that has to be for Jake Champion, I can sniff a first team squad number coming on before the end of the season!!!!!!

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Half Season Update:

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Right Foot 17

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Strength 17

Passing 11

Dribbling 6

Balance 5

Still time for anyone to jump on board as all the other youth players will have just progressed as normal, its only these two players that have been frozen so changes are made by the 'agents'.

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In game date: 23.Dec.2019 Jake started and Bernard came on as sub in a U23 friendly defeat away at Kingstonian in front of 414 fans, King George's Field was the location.

Bernard played the full 90 for the U18s in a 2-2 home league draw against Notts County, as usual the game was played at the Rowndwood Sports Complex infront of just 15 fans!

 

Jake has just 10 points to spend, whilst Bernard has a cracking 155 to boost him up.

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