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Career Twist of the Class of 92


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I was watching the Class of 92 Full Time on Sky Sports last night, which I thought at the time why not start a career mode with Salford FC on FMM. 

However I’ve thought for a good career series is potentially create a club in Vanarama North, (has to be North since it’s going to be a Yorkshire or Merseyside team), or I could google the lowest ranked teams in Merseyside or Yorkshire.

Reason why I have chosen to do either Merseyside or Yorkshire is because I’m a Liverpool fan from Yorkshire, and there hasn’t been any major cups won in a while.

Which are the following:


  • Bradford PA
  • Harrogate Town
  • North Ferriby United
  • York City



  • Southport


Weirdly enough I thought Merseyside would have more teams then just Southport. 

So lads, what do you think would be a good series to do; create a team or pick from the above?

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45 minutes ago, JoaK said:

Create yours!!! Can't wait for this to start! Interesting

Right, so I am going to create a team called Wakefield City FC, which will replace Bradford PA in Vanarama North, because Bradford is the closest to Wakefield. 

I will post updates regarding the creation of the club. 

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So here we have it, Wakefield City! We have replaced Bradford PA in footballing leagues after they went bankrupt.

Wakefield City share the Belle Vue stadium with Wakefield Trinity (Rugby Club). The stadium holds 9000 people, hopefully more when we progress through the leagues.

We have appointed Jermaine Beckford the living Leeds striker who went on to score 71 goals in 126 games for Leeds. 

As a new club into following footballing world so we needed to appoint some back room with experience so I’ve appointed the following;

Also, with Wakefield City busting into the scene there was numerous local businesses wanting to help Wakefield City do their very best through the leagues, so a local Funeral Planning company has invest £8.81 million into the club.

With the new manager, back room staff and investors on board. It’s now time to recruit some good players for the following fixtures against Chippenham (H), Curzon Ashton (H) and Chester (H), before our first league game against Boston Utd (A)








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Pre-Season and Transfers

So, after playing 3 friendlies, Wakefield City got off to a fly start with winning 3 games in a row (first game was already played). 



I’ve only made two signings which were frees to say I’ve got so much money to spend, Jordan Brown and Owain Jones, which I must say two very good young players. Both players have got off to flying start in the friendlies scoring 4 in 3 games for JB and 3 in 3 games for OJ. Hopefully they can carry their delightful form on for the upcoming games.





On the other hand we’ve had one departure which was James Knowles breaking the club record for the highest amount for player sold. I’m looking to sign some more players as we’ve only got a small side at the moment, if I can’t find any decent signings in before the start of the season, then I may bring some youth through as cover. 

 So, Sod’s law, I’m waiting for my scout to get back to me with some decent cheap signings before Boston Utd (A), but he hasn’t managed to find any. 

 After being told this annoying news regarding signings, I decided to have a wonder down to our Reserve team, and I was shocked in the result of what I have discovered. I was expecting to find one half decent players, but we have a few players dubbed to be world class.




So I’ll be offering them long term contracts as they will be the future of Wakefield City. 

 First Game

So after a long anticipated waiting of getting the season started. Game day was finally here, a couple of hundred fans travelling to Boston Utd to see Wakefield City play their first game in the football league.



A nice warm day August to kick or season off, both teams setting their teams in attacking formation and hoping to grab the three points. 



After a goalless half, Boston Utd took the lead with a bullet header in the 59th minutes with George O’Neil. Then 5 minutes later, Boston Utd was in again after a short back pass to Steven Drench (GK) meant that Kabango Tsihmanga was through on goal with a 1 v 1 situation, and he came out on top with a cool slotted finish. I was disappointed that we was 2 goals down after having a clean cut chance to open the scoring in the first half. 

 We left it late to grab a goal back, but Jordan Brown has opened his scoring tally for the season. I hope it’s the first of many for Jordan Brown. 

 The whistle went for full time after scoring the goal in 91st minute. I was annoyed that we was so wasteful in front of goal, I felt bad for all the travelling fans. Not the game I was expecting to start the season or the beginning of Wakefield City to go, leaving us in 17th place of Vanarama North.



With the defeat still fresh in our minds, the whole of Wakefield City Club wanted to turn the 2-1 defeat around as quickly as possible. Up next for Wakefield City was Southport at Home.

 2nd Game – Southport (H)



With Southport denied an early lead by offside, which obviously woke Wakefield City up as we took the lead 7 minutes after and went into the halftime at 4-0, unlucky to concede late on in the game, but our first home victory.  

3rd Game - Brackley (A)



We were too wasteful as we created numerous chances to score, but just not hitting the target and we paid the price by losing 2-1. However Jordan Brown was on target again.




Two of our key players got injured before our fourth game, so now we’ve had to promote some youth players to cover the injuries.

4th Game - Kiddermister (H)




So again losing by a narrow margin against Kiddermister, but they was the better side, however new signing Jacob Blyth has gotten off to flyer, but looks like we need a new keeper and some stronger defenders.

 5th Game – Tamworth (H)


Finally our dominance paid off in this game. Jacob Blyth scoring his hat trick, unlucky to not get 4 goals, but the game was always going to be a bit easier with Tamworth down to 10 men.

 6th Game – Spennymoor


We was unlucky not  win this game as we created 3 clear cut chances, but we was wasteful in front of goal and means that we only won 2 out of 6 games.  Proves that this league isn’t as easy as people thought it was.

 Also, another injury to add to the list, Nicky Wroe, so time to bring another youngster.


Overview of August (Results, Transfers and Table)



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43 minutes ago, JoaK said:

Tough start but still plenty to go. You'll get that promotion for sure!

I know, I just enjoy getting off to a good start to be honest

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New Month

Heading into September in dreadful form, just winning 2 games of out 6. That's 6 points from a possible 18, we couldn't believe what had happened, so with that fresh in our minds we was determining to go into September to win at least 3 games out of 5 games. Up next for Wakefield City was Chorley (A) bearing in mind the form we've been in, this was going to be a hard game.

7th Game - Chorley (A)


What a signing Jacob Blyth has been! Scoring another brace to win Wakefield City the game, another 3 points on the board.

8th Game - York (H)


Heading into this game with another three points under our belts, we was in confidence against our Yorkshire rivals, York. Once again the two main goal getters Jordan Brown and Jacob Blyth getting a goal a piece, but York put a good fight against us at the end of the game. Proving we still need quality at the back.

9th Game - North Ferriby (A)

Once again another Yorkshire Darby to take place.


Sadly North Ferriby, just don't have the strike power or defensive quality to deal with our attack which lead us to score 4 goals and grab another points on the road. 

Surely we should have climbed the table now.

10th Game - Darlington (H)


Pretty average game as we took the lead early on and Darlington, just didn't have the answer to make a comeback, but we conceded late on which I would have preferred the clean sheet. However another 3 points.

11th Game - Alfreton (A)


However our good little run of back to back wins came to a end as we drew 1-1 to Alfreton. By looking at the stats we was wasteful in front of goal and didn't take our chances, but I would rather take a point then lose all 3.

So the end of September and we have taken 13 points out of possible 15 which has moved us up the league to 4th.



Next game is a cup game against Stalybridge so hopefully can get a cup run going.

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