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Command & Conquer

An Introduction

Hello, my name is Liam and after a long absence from career posting on Vibe, I'm back. This is Command & Conquer, a career about winning. Everything. Well, almost everything. I will go into further detail in the section regarding the game setup itself but to summarise, the aim of the career itself is to win every domestic trophy available in the selected nations as well as the Champions Cup, European Super Cup and the Club World Championship. Note that the Europa League will NOT be included as a requirement however, it wouldn't be a bad thing to win it anyway.

There is also a slight twist, I must win every trophy in the nation with the same club. I.e. I must go from bottom to top in each nation with the same club.

Game Setup

Game Options


The enhanced match engine (EME) will be used in this career, the first time I will have done so in a career on Vibe! No unlockables will be used with no coaching badges and an unknown reputation, you know just to make it that little bit harder.

The Nations


I wanted to select nations I hadn't really managed in before, especially in the lower reaches. I included Belgium for this reason and Scotland because well, I'm Scottish so I kind of had to didn't I? The lineup will be completed with Italy and Spain, giving us a significant amount of competitions to win.

The Competitions



NOTE: Only 1 of the 3 available Serie C needs to be won.



NOTE: Only 1 of the 4 available Second Divisions needs to be won.







NOTE: EURO Cup won't be included.

This list of competitions means that I have a staggering 33 trophies to win in 30 available seasons, better get to it.

The Team

All thats left now is for me to reveal to you the club that I will begin this, hopefully very successful, journey with.

We are..




Final Note

I doubt many of you will remember me from my previous careers, given how long its been, but I hope you are all looking forward to this journey as much as I am! I find it unlikely that it will be plain sailing, but I'm going to give it a right good go.


Thank you for reading and I'll see you soon for Season One.

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@kylieboi88 Thanks mate, hopefully you won’t have to wait too long ;).

@Aaron55 Should be interesting for sure! Cheers for your interest(y).

@olayinkajnr Hahaha, hopefully I can keep you interested!

@Taff Cheers mate, good to be back. Let’s hope it’s good as you’re hoping:laugh:.

@FuddledFox Appreciate that mate, will be a long one.

@BatiGoal It should be! Cheers, good to be back!

@Chris Woodward Thanks mate. Shouldn’t have too long to wait for it:D.

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Command & Conquer

Season One

The first season of this career would see us play our trade in the Spanish Second Division B2 with Racing Santander, a league we were very much expected to get out of this term. Two cup competitions would be on offer as well in the Spanish Cup, and the Federation Cup. Anyway, without further ado, heres how we got on..

Transfers OUT

I'll start with the outgoings at the club. I was looking to add to the squad, rather than move players on, given the lack of depth we had when I arrived. However, a couple of players grew unhappy with their game time and so were released, Chus Puras & Íñigo Sàinz-Maza, and an offer came in for Francisco Regalón that I couldn't refuse given our current stature in the Spanish game. The £2m for Regalón would go a long way to helping us bring in a higher calibre of player than what I previously thought we could.


Transfers IN

As I touched on above, our squad depth was poor and we lacked any sort of strength at right full back so that was a position I targeted first and led to the signing of Rolf Feltscher. The real coup of the window was the signing of former Sunderland and Bayern Munich defender/defensive midfielder Jan Kirchhoff on a free transfer, although this could've been challenged by the arrival of former Dynamo Kyiv man Roman Bezus had he not picked up a nasty 11 month injury, resulting in a severe attribute decline. Ouch. Angelo Casadei came in to be first choice goalkeeper, and Daniele Rosania & Fazli Kocabas provided depth at centre back. Alessandro Masia would become our AMR, and Aitor Monroy gave us another option through the middle of the park. Spending £180,000 on transfer listed Isnik Alimi was a risk, but a risk I thought was worth taking given our lack of goals in the first half of the season.


Our New Signings












Spanish Second Division B2

Oh dear. A very poor start, a lack of goals and an abundance of draws went hand in hand to leave us in 4th in the table come the end of the season. This was enough to land us a play-off place, however given the nature of this challenge that was no use. As you can see, we lost this play off anyway, thankfully or else I'd have had to resign and find a new club!


We came up against Ferrol in the play-off, a team who were flying in their own division, and it was a non contest as it turned out. Two 2-0 wins sent them marching on towards promotion and left us stranded in the Second Division.


Spanish Cup

The Spanish Cup was never going to be a realistic target this early in our career at Racing Santander given the quality of opposition we would come up against. We made it to the fourth round before we bumped into half of the El Clasico. Real Madrid.

Much to my surprise, we put up a fight in the first leg and looked like we might have upset the odds and got something from the game to take to the Bernabeu for the second leg. However, it wasn't to be as Dani Ceballos slotted home to give Madrid the advantage going into the second leg.

We kept ourselves in it for much of the second leg, but were severely out of our depth conceding chance after chance before they finally made the breakthrough. 4-1 it would end on aggregate, nothing to be sniffed at considering the gulf in quality between the two sides.


Federation Cup

Despite poor form in the league, we managed to put a run together in the Federation Cup. A run which would take us to face Murcia in the final to be exact. A two legged final, with the first leg being at home, stood between us and the first of the trophies being crossed off the Spanish list.

A very, very late goal from Juanjo put us in the ascendancy going into the deciding second leg, where we only had to draw to lift the cup. Draw is exactly what we did, even if slightly fortunate to do so, and the first of (hopefully) many trophies in this career has been won!



To Summarise

We win our first trophy as Racing Santander manager.


However fail to win the league we were highly expected to win. Awkward.


Experienced Juanjo would finish as our top scorer on 21, with César Díaz notching 11 assists.


Not the season we were hoping for by some way. Winning the Federation Cup however does mean that the season wasn't a complete write-off and we can focus on winning the division next time out. I hope so, otherwise we're in a bit of a pickle!

Thank you all for reading, and I will see you soon for Season Two.

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