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  1. 5 points
    samhardy

    Challenge Cup 2020

    Challenge Cup 2020 - Qualifying Results Good afternoon and welcome back to the Domingo Sale Thunderdome for the results of the qualifying round in the Challenge Cup. No time for any build up I’m afraid, that air time was taken up by the exciting* pilot episode of “Gardening with the Gladiator” (PPV only) so it’s straight over to Sam who has news of who has made it through to the Quarter Finals. *horse shit Thanks Sue. I didn’t think it was that bad of a programme myself although the host came across as a bit of a prick. Anyway let’s get straight down to it and I will be revealing the results in the order they were sent to me to give a feel of how things were looking as each score came in during the course of the week. Results The first score that was sent to me was that of @AdamNufc. He opted to sign world renowned Saudi bagsman Nasser Al-Shamrani as his wildcard player. It seemed a bit of a safe choice as what could go wrong between Geordies and Saudis? Well not a lot went wrong with him as he notched a very respectable 18 goals and 7 assists over the course of the season but it’s more about how many tries that equalled. It equalled 5 tries although none were converted, however the form of the team let down his score a bit. Adam could only manage to lead Wellington to 5th place and won just 11 of his 28 games in all competitions. Still though not a terrible score, especially given this is his first event, and the antics of Al-Shamrani could easily save him. Will it be enough? AdamNufc - 63 Tournament favourite @Ian next and he demonstrated why he has those expectations over him as he was in no mood to mess about and put down a serious marker. Trequartista Bashar Rasan was Ian’s choice of wildcard. Now those of you with above average knowledge of football will know that this year’s Ballon D’Or Ceremony won’t be taking place, but it wasn’t Messi, Ronaldo, De Bruyne or Van Dijk who was the heavy favourite to win that award - it was actually Bashar Rasan and he blitzed every team in his path under Ian’s management. A colossal 38 goals and 23 assists meant that he was bound to gain a lot of points from tries which he did. 13 tries to be exact and although only one was converted this simply didn’t matter as Ian also topped the league comfortably and won 23 of his 33 games in all competitions. Great display from Ian here and immediately upon seeing it I knew that anyone who beat this total would be right up at the top end of the table. Ian - 139 AdamNufc - 63 The third score I received was from @Cockers2505 who was looking to improve on his disappointing early exit at the Vibe World Cup. He went for some Brazilian flair up top in Rafaelson. An all time personal hero of Ronaldinho’s I believe. Almost unbelievably though he notched identical numbers to that of Adam’s wildcard, 18 goals and 7 assists, which immediately shows that this is a very important result in the race for qualification. Whoever scores higher here would have one foot in the Quarter Finals you’d feel. It was Adam who had the marginal edge from wildcard points, as Cockers notched one less try but really it went down to how he did with the team. In the end the experience of Cockers told as he performed very well with Wellington. Like Ian he topped the league comfortably, and only actually lost 5 games in total. Fairly solid performance and it’s not certain but I think this should be enough. Ian - 139 Cockers2505 - 80 AdamNufc - 63 It was just as well that @Mr Tree got his season finished relatively quickly, at least before the second leg of the playoffs where Foxy’s prediction of Tree getting a semi may have come true earlier than anticipated. Target Man Hernan Barcos was his choice of wildcard, and unfortunately he suffered a 2 month injury halfway through the challenge which obviously impacted the points gained from this area. He could only notch 3 tries and converted 2 of them, and again this felt like an important result down at the bottom of the table. In fact the only main difference between Tree’s result and Adam’s was Tree gaining 4 more wins in all competitions which scraped his overall score past what looks at this point to be the magic number of 63. This score confirmed Cockers’ place in the knockout stages, and the score of 69 may or may not be enough for Tree, but if not there is at least some consolation that I want Brentford to win the playoff final. Ian - 139 Cockers2505 - 80 Mr Tree - 69 AdamNufc - 63 @Kanegan and @Jsavfc then submitted within minutes of each other which is something that always appeases the vast legion of fans worldwide that religiously follow the Challenge Cup. Again, these two performances were pretty solid and not too dissimilar to what we have seen so far. They couldn’t have taken more opposing approaches though, Kane choosing Target Man Alen Melunovic with Villa opting for the more tricky Uruguayan Adrian Luna. Luna scored a nice 5 tries, 2 of which were converted and although he struggled a bit in the league Villa managed to win exactly half of his games over the course of the season to match Cockers’ total of 80. Kane only managed 3 tries but performed admirably with the team. In fact he performed the best in the league out of anybody this week, winning it with ease. Just 5 defeats over the course of the season gave him a very solid base and he made the most of it. It’s job done for both of these and they will both be appearing in the next round. Ian - 139 Kanegan - 88 Cockers2505 - 80* Jsavfc - 80 Mr Tree - 69 AdamNufc - 63 Now onto a man clearly motivated by the typically disgusting and disrespectful odds provided by FoxBet in @gunnersaur. Now this was a performance and a half. Gustavo was his wildcard player and he managed 5 tries, just 2 converted though so he clearly didn’t have Ronan O’Gara taking the conversions. 5 tries seems to be around the mean total but Gunnersaur managed a terrific showing with the team. Not only did he win the league but he also notched 22 wins in all competitions with just 5 defeats to breach the 3 figure mark. Straight through to the quarters and I don’t think he will be 100/1 any more come the next look at the odds. This result also means Tree and Adam have every right to be worried about their positions in the next round with only 3 results to come; Tree still needs a score below his whereas Adam needs 2. Ian - 139 Gunnersaur - 101 Kanegan - 88 Cockers2505 - 80* Jsavfc - 80 Mr Tree - 69 AdamNufc - 63 When needing someone to put in a poor showing to finish below you then @smoggy90 isn’t really the result you would want to see coming in next as he has shown a high level of consistency during his tournament performances so far. The new VWC champion took a trip to Africa and more specifically Togo to pick his wildcard player in Lalawele Atakora. Atakora scored 6 tries for Smog and 2 of those were converted. Like many others he managed to top the league although it wasn’t a walk in the park but overall it was an all round solid performance for qualifying and Smog went straight through with what was at the time the 3rd highest score of the round. Rumour has it Neil Warnock was watching on during this performance with a wide grin on his face. Ian - 139 Gunnersaur - 101 smoggy90 - 95 Kanegan - 88 Cockers2505 - 80* Jsavfc - 80 Mr Tree - 69 AdamNufc - 63 Two results left and you all already know that Woody as usual left it until the last minute so the next result belonged to the “chicken sandwich” @broodje kip. Now if you’re following you know that Adam needs both Sandwich and Woody to score lower than 63 for him to go through whereas Tree needs one of them below his total. He went for Tunisian playmaker Tijani Belaid as his wildcard and in incredible turn of events he went over the line a total of 0 times and secured no tries at all 😱. What a disaster! Maybe he needs to change the filling of that sandwich. A bit of respectability was restored with his team performance, coming 2nd in the league but in the end it wasn’t enough as really the damage was done with the performance of his wildcard. Sandwich is unfortunately the first man to depart the competition, may I point out that Foxy predicted he would top the qualifying table, and all of a sudden Adam has a lifeline and Tree is through to the quarters. Ian - 139 Gunnersaur - 101 smoggy90 - 95 Kanegan - 88 Cockers2505 - 80* Jsavfc - 80 Mr Tree - 69 AdamNufc - 63 broodje kip - 51 So effectively it is became a straight knockout between the two Newcastle faithful in the tournament. If you saw my post at around 10 to 5 yesterday then you’ll know that this was very nearly uncontested with Woody providing his closest shave yet with Adam just over a minute away from going straight through. But all that mattered was that the results were in on time, and it became clear almost instantly that surpassing 63 was not going to be a problem for Woody. 7 tries was the second highest of the week, and 17 wins in all competitions meant that Woody actually put in a very decent showing to finish in the top half of the pack and unfortunately for Adam eliminate him from proceedings. Results in Full *Cockers and Villa both scored 80 points, Cockers finishes higher as he had more league points, which was the tiebreaker if needed. And let’s take a look at the tournament tree and all 8 remaining competitors potential route to glory. That concludes the results show for the qualifying round of the Challenge Cup. Back over to the Thunderdome where Sue can wrap up proceedings. Yes thanks Sam and thank you everybody for joining us today. That will be all from us and we’ll next see you for the preview of the Quar... Hang on... *Hand to ear* I’m just hearing that in a major setback @Foxy is here again to give his thoughts on how qualifying went. Jesus Christ. Nobody wants to see this. Hi Foxy please give us your thoughts on how you thought qualifying went. As quickly as possible. Thanks Sue. Well what a qualifying round that was! The least surprising thing was Woody only just getting his results in with seconds to spare and he will be relieved to have cruised through other wise that would have been two disasters today wouldn’t it Woody 😉 Although Ian had the top score this week it was definitely Gunnarsaur who turned a few heads with his 101pts total and surely the 100/1 odds put on him by FoxBet at the start of the event will be slashed in the next 24hrs as punters start to back the debutante. At the beginning of the week many of the experts were expecting big things from sandwich and the bookies will be rubbing there hands to see him crash out at the first stage after some promising performances in the VWC had led to a lot of money being backed on him. The other person to go home is Adam who was in his first Vibe event and I’m sure will have learnt plenty from his brief appearance and there is always the potential for a Saudi takeover before the next Vibe event which could help him challenge. Ian lived up to the favourites tag with a strong performance but few would have expected to see him so dominant this week and he will be hoping he hasn’t blown his load too early in this event. There wasn’t much between everyone else as only 15pts separated Smog in 3rd and Cockers and Villa in 6th and 7th. Tree will be relieved to have just done enough to make the quarter final and he will be now looking to live up to his own prediction that he will knock Ian out at that stage on his way to the title.
  2. 4 points
    Foxy

    Challenge Cup 2020

    The competition is really starting to heat up now as we enter the Quarter Final stage and we have 8 competitors left. Only 4 can get a semi though so let’s see who the bookies think will be those lucky quartet. @Ian v @Mr Tree Ian smashed the qualifying challenge and that has firmly cemented his favourites tag with the bookies. Mr Tree has been very bullish in claiming that this is the tie he wanted in the quarter finals and he will be hoping to repeat his victory over Ian when they met in the VPL. Ian is clear favourite for this match at 1/6 but if you fancy Tree to cause a shock you can get 4/1 on a win for the Czech Chestnut. @Woody v @Kanegan This match looks the toughest to predict out of the four as both are capable of great things but they don’t always show it consistently in these events. One thing we can guarantee is that both will be fighting hard for the chance of a semi. The bookies can’t split these two and have them both at 10/11 to make the next round. @gunnersaur v @Jsavfc This tie pits two of the surprise packages of the event against each other. It was expected that both Gunner and Villa would be fighting to qualify for this stage but both made it to the Quarters comfortably and will now be eyeing up this match as a great chance to progress further. The bookies make Gunner favourite for this match at 1/2 after his immense score in the qualifying round but they won’t discount a Villa win either as he is priced at 6/4. @smoggy90 v @Cockers2505 Cockers showed great resilience in qualifying to get through as he matched Villa’s score and was seeded higher on a tiebreaker. He may not see that as such a great thing now as he takes on tournament 2nd favourite Smoggy who has the full weight of the Parmo Army cheering him on. Smoggy is favourite for this match at 4/11 whilst Cockers is priced at 11/5 and could be seen as representing good value at that price to cause a shock. Overall Winner Ian unsurprisingly remains odds on to win the event after his dominant qualifying performance but Gunner has seen his odds slashed from 100/1 to just 5/1. Ian - 8/13 Smog - 5/2 Gunner - 5/1 Woody - 8/1 Kane - 8/1 Villa - 20/1 Tree - 33/1 Cockers - 33/1 Specials FoxBet know you love a special so we can offer these tantalising prices to prise your wallets open. Ian to top score each week - 2/1 Woody to submit first - 500/1 Ian v Smog final - 11/8
  3. 3 points
    Scratch

    Scratch Tries Frenchy Toons [S2]

    Update - Season 2 Season 1 was underwhelming, with only 58 goals and 50 assists, but we were building our squad to explode this season! We had a lot of younger players who've now improved and should be ready to take on the world this season. Let's see if they lived up to that... Transfers There were very few transfers this season (in contrast to last season's total overhaul): We sold the rest of our non-Frenchmen and bought two players (Mbeumo and Wissa) as cover for injuries. The other two coming in were both regens who might get game time in season 3 (at 16 years old they didn't play much this season). The Squad Here is the squad at the end of the season, showing we're entirely French now (except for greyed out players in the Reserves): Results Here are our results for this season: For the second season in a row, we were bundled out of the Carabao Cup early, this time in the third round, where Wolves beat us on penalties. We lost another penalty shootout in the FA Cup Quarter Final, this time to Tottenham. In the League we finished second behind Man City, with more goals this time (67), but still not as many as I'd like (though we scored more freely in Europe and the cups). In the Euro Cup we did really well, topping our group and ploughing through the knockout rounds until we met Chelsea in the Semi Final, who duly knocked us out. A decent season, but we want to actually win something next year. We're not too far off it, because we were the better team each time we got knocked out - we just need to be able to score an extra goal here and there. Injuries and Availability Of our 4 main players, Diaby had a 3 week injury and Saint Maximin missed the start of the season with an injury (I forgot to screenshot it): Development The 4 main players now look like this: Goals A total of 125 goals, all by French players, which is a massive improvement on last season. Assists A total of 107 assists, all by French players, likewise a massive improvement. Results Season French Goals French Assists Total 01 58 50 108 02 125 107 232 Total 183 157 340 After a terrible first season, it all clicked this season. Not unexpected, given that's always the pattern in my careers (a whole team of players levelling up a lot over two years), but welcome nonetheless.
  4. 3 points
    Ian

    Ian - La Masia Double Trouble - Final Update

    With just 207 goals remaining the end is in sight and it’s just a matter of keeping things going as I bring you the final update to this career. Season 13 Fati decided he wanted a new challenge but then was happy to sign a new contract so with any luck we’ll have no issues with happiness from now on in. Bayern ended our Champions League hopes at the first knockout stage but we won everything else. This was probably the highlight game for our two superstars. Not the best of returns as they could only muster 79 goals although they did play a few less games than last year so can’t be too critical. It was Ruiz who let us down as he made a fairly poor start to the season albeit he did improve as the season went on so hopefully he’ll start next season in fine form. Season 14 We failed to win all trophies but still had a somewhat respectable season. It was Man Utd who beat us in the Champions League final and old rivals Real defeated us in the Super Cup. We did win the CWC which also gave us a few extra games which helped our duo score a few more goals. This 7-0 over Malaga was the stand out game with both of our duo well in amongst the goals. Our challengers put up a great return of 101 to leave us on 1,173 goals and just a whisker away from our 1,200 goal target. Those extra CWC games really helped but it was still a great return so we can only be happy. Season 15 With only 27 goals required going into this season we were very confident we’d be able to get over the line and that’s what we did as Fati scored the all important goal in this 5-0 victory over Malaga. Here are the two players at the end and although Ruiz is declining he still looks good and Fati is just at the end of his peak you’d feel. They’ve both done a fine job and I’m happy that they will be my double trouble leaderboard effort for this years game. Manager The final manager profile. Tactic This was the tactic used throughout. I did experiment a little with instruction during this so I won’t put those up but the base ones don’t differ much from the ones I’ve posted to go with my Baros career tactic which can be found here. In fact having looked if you just move the balanced mentality to attacking then you have the instructions I used for the vast majority of this. There is a lot of stuff that helps this system work but I won’t go into it now as I’ve mentioned a few things on the Baros career and in other areas of the community so those things should be easy enough to find. Challenge Score Season 13 Ansu Fati: 53 games, 41 goals and 14 assists Abel Ruiz: 53 games, 38 goals and 13 assists Combined Total: 106 games, 79 goals and 27 assists Season 14 Ansu Fati: 61 games, 42 goals and 12 assists Abel Ruiz: 58 games, 59 goals and 12 assists Combined Total: 119 games, 101 goals and 24 assists Season 15 Ansu Fati: 21 games, 18 goals and 5 assists Abel Ruiz: 21 games, 10 goals and 5 assists Combined Total: 42 games, 28 goals and 10 assists Grand Total Ansu Fati: 737 games, 563 goals and 228 assists Abel Ruiz: 748 games, 638 goals and 205 assists Double Trouble: 1,485 games, 1,201 goals and 433 assists Conclusion I thoroughly enjoyed playing this save but ended up behind on my posting which meant it’s been weeks since I actually finished it. I remember when I got to the target the intention was to play on at least until the end of the season and I’d had the idea to maybe try and get their assist total up to a combined 600 but after time had passed by so did the motivation so I’m leaving it here. Thank you to all who followed this and apologies for falling behind on my posting but better late than never I suppose. If you could please add my 1201 score to The Double Trouble Challenge @Foxy I’d be very grateful. Thanks again and I’ll be back again with another career shortly.
  5. 3 points
    Foxy

    Foxy’s Fijian Fantasy - Season 1

    Season 1 Let’s get going then. Tactic Krishna obviously needs to get plenty of goals especially in season 1 as he is never going to get any better as the seasons pass by and only worse. That said with his lack of aerial ability and strength I didn’t see him as someone who could play up front on his own in one of the major leagues. Thats why I went with the decision to play two up top in an attempt to create space for Krishna to operate. Lewendowski isn’t a natural TM but he is an all round striker and can do a job there whilst Zirkzee develops and is such a goal threat himself he can help win games even if Roy is struggling. It is a risky tactic and one that can only be used with big teams that will dominate and even then the odd result can go wrong but it scored goals and much more often than not with a team like Bayern it scores more than the opposition. Transfers The Bayern squad is excellent with most areas covered but that didn’t stop me spending £150m+ on some new players. I needed as good a CB as I could get as I only use one so that was Langlet and then a good DM as well to protect him but also use the ball well so in comes Allen. Then I needed some back up wingers so I decided to give Gonzalo Martinez a try as I have never used him and the versatile Lazzeri joined as well. Competitions The league and cup double were won but Liverpool did for me in the CL final and Dortmund in the Supercup. Roy the Boy - Target 108 goals Now onto the main event and how Krishna got on. The answer to that is very well, he started the season strongly and was going at over a goal a game after 10 games. That would have put him on course for a 50+ goals season and mean he would be halfway to his total after one season. It was always going to be hard for him to maintain that form though as the season went on and fatigue kicked in. That was ultimately the case and he slowed down during the winter although not by too much. He finished the season on a good 45 goals which is 9 short of being halfway through the total he needs to complete the challenge. This means he is very unlikely to complete next season unless something strange happens but if he can do something similar in S2 then early in S3 he should be done. Best Games On course to those 45 goals he hit two hat tricks including one in the cup final. Attributes He became 32 just as the season started but he hasn’t declined too much so far. His pace is the only attribute that’s gone down in season 1 and as important as that is I am happy that is all that is declining. Player Stats Roy finished as my topscorer but obviously with the tactic I had plenty of other players scored well to. Lewendowski smashed in 32 as a TM and then Tolisso hit 23 from the Treq position. Although these are technically goals that I would have preferred from Roy I need to be realistic and know that Roy has had a decent season and that the other players scoring are helping the team be successful and me keep my job to complete the ultimate goal. I don’t think if I had played Roy up front on his own and tried to concentrate the goals all through him that he would have added those extra 55 goals that Lewendowski and Tolisso hit to his own total. Season 1 Summery Roy Goals: 45 Career Target: 108 Goals still Needed: 63 Thanks for reading.
  6. 3 points
    Season 8 lol I actually forgot about FMM for a while. Lets continue season 8. I’ve been playing 2 striker position this time cause I’ve got about 5 striker 😂. Transfers Manager Profile & History We lost 2 finals at club level and also 1 final at international. Ander and Fabio Slight downgrade in the totals mainly due to Fabio playing on a 2 striker position and Ander asking for a new challenge luckily we tied a new contract at the end of the season. Goals: 690 / 1,000 Assist: 289 / 500
  7. 3 points
    Ian

    The Warriors: The Battle for Goals Begins

    Ian - Season 12 After a brilliant season last time out we just needed to keep on going but this season certainly wasn’t as good and you’ll soon find out why. Team Results A clean sweep of trophies so no problems in that regard. Warriors This season we suffered injury after injury to Josh, Boadu and Mohamed in particular and it was highly annoying to say the least. It may have been self inflicted though as by around January time I had a look at my coaching set up and discovered that two of my physios had retired on me and I must’ve been flying through too quickly and missed the announcements. Anyway, I signed a couple up thinking it’d solve the injury problem but unfortunately we still suffered a few in the second half of the season so it’s inconclusive whether the lack of physios had any impact on the crisis or not but I think it probably did so I take full responsibility for it. It won’t come as much of a shock to you after our injury problems that our warriors had a bit of a poor return as they could only muster 83 goals between them. I’m still happy enough though as those 83 goals bring us closer to our target. Our assister managed 26 assists to bring his total up to 263 so it looks like he may get into the 300’s by the time we’re finished if I can get him to sign another contract that is. Manager Score Season 12 Joshua Zirkzee: Club: 33 goals in 41 games Romano Postema: Club: 31 goals in 52 games Myron Boadu: Club: 19 goals in 42 games Triple Threat: Club: 83 goals in 135 games Mohamed Ihattaren: 26 assists in 37 games Overall Joshua Zirkzee: Club: 517 goals in 621 games, International: 40 goals, Total: 557 goals Romano Postema: Club: 351 goals in 642 games, International: 30 goals, Total: 381 goals Myron Boadu: Club: 351 goals in 618 games, International: 32 goals, Total: 383 goals Triple Threat: Club: 1,219 goals in 1,881 games, International: 102 goals, Total: 1,321 goals Mohamed Ihattaren: 263 assists in 486 games Thanks for reading.
  8. 2 points
    samhardy

    Challenge Cup 2020

    Challenge Cup 2020 - Quarter-Finals Pictured above is Northern Irish striker Kyle Joseph George Lafferty. An example of the type of player you will be using in this challenge, however I reckon the players at your disposal won’t be anywhere near the quality of the “big” man. Some might say he is getting on a bit however blokes in the twilight of their careers is the name of the game this week. Literally. Blokes in the Twilight of Their Careers Not the most catchy of challenge titles but who cares. The challenge this week is a very straightforward one, although don’t let that fool you as it is much more tricky than it first appears and littered with hidden difficulties. Let’s take a look: As you may already of guessed, you will be using ageing players during this challenge. You have until the first competitive game of the season to build your squad for the season, after which no more signings are allowed. Your squad must contain a maximum of 20 players, every single one of which must be over the age of 30. No wildcards, all 31 years or older. Note that depending on your club of choice, the first competitive game may be a European qualifier just 10 or so days after the start date. That is pretty much the only rule of the challenge. A squad full of golden oldies. But... This challenge will be taking place in Northern Ireland. The country famous in the FMM world for its large number of cup competitions and a relentless fixture list. Fixture congestion is a real issue here, and will push your small ageing squad to the limit. To increase the workload further, you are allowed to choose your club from the following list, all of whom take part in a European competition: Ballymena United Cliftonville Crusaders Linfield Can you cope with the brutal nature of the NI fixture list? Points League Points +/- Goal Difference 20 Points if you win a domestic cup. This is all or nothing so if you win one of the cups you get the 20 points, if you don’t win it you don’t get anything from that cup. You will also earn one point per goal you score in European competitions. Clarifications The squad cannot contain more than 20 players. All of the players in the squad must be 31 years of age or over The players in the squad can be any nationality You have until the first competitive game of the season to build your squad. No more transfers in are allowed after that point. This in all likelihood will be about 10 days only because of the European fixtures You can only use one of the 4 clubs listed You can load any leagues As with the last challenge, you can sell who you want and frees/part exchanges are permitted, but loans are not allowed Any coaching badges and reputation Tiebreaker will be league points. Deadline - Sunday 9th August 11:59PM GMT Please submit your results in the PM thread used for the previous round in order to save PM space. Thanks to @Foxy for his assistance with the challenge Rules Enhanced match engine only. Own tactics only. No unlockables, IGE or outside software. SI approved databases only. No cheating, holidaying or reloading. One attempt and one attempt only. Evidence via screenshots will be required. No screenshots = no points. Failure to submit before the deadline will equal no score - no extensions. If you fall under any suspicion you may be asked to submit your save file for investigation. Fail to do so will see you being ejected from the competition. PM me with your results in the already created thread. Screenshots Required Squad list sorted by age on the day of the first competitive game of the season, and sorted by appearances at the end of the season. Full fixture list Manager profile and season history League table Transfers page
  9. 2 points
    Ian

    The Warriors: The Battle for Goals Begins

    Ian - Season 13 After our injury debacle last year we just needed to dust ourselves off and go again as we still have targets to hit. We need 179 goals to reach the triple threat target and I’d like to get our assist warrior into the 300’s which looks like it’ll depend on whether he’ll sign a new contract as this is the final year of his deal. Team Affairs Plenty of money spent but not many new faces arrived with only three players incoming. A clean sweep of trophies this year and the most interesting game was probably the Champions League final where we hammered Rennes via the score line but not so much via the stats. Nice to see all three of our warriors getting on the scoresheet though I will say. Warriors This was probably the highlight game for our goalscorers this year. We were only a 9-0 victory away from completing the Gundogan again this year so I’d have been annoyed if we hadn’t completed it on season 10. A much better return for our warriors with 108 goals between them which leaves us with only 71 goals required to hit the TT and I’d like to think we could get those goals next season. Josh led the way with 45 goals, Boadu followed up with 32 and the Postman contributed 31. We finally got our assister tied down too and he managed 28 assists this season and is now on 291 in total so again I’d be expecting him to break the 300 target next year. All in all we’re happy. Manager Score Season 13 Joshua Zirkzee: Club: 45 goals in 56 games Romano Postema: Club: 31 goals in 50 games Myron Boadu: Club: 32 goals in 48 games Triple Threat: Club: 108 goals in 154 games Mohamed Ihattaren: 28 assists in 48 games Overall Joshua Zirkzee: Club: 562 goals in 677 games, International: 40 goals, Total: 602 goals Romano Postema: Club: 382 goals in 692 games, International: 30 goals, Total: 412 goals Myron Boadu: Club: 383 goals in 666 games, International: 32 goals, Total: 415 goals Triple Threat: Club: 1,327 goals in 2,035 games, International: 102 goals, Total: 1,429 goals Mohamed Ihattaren: 291 assists in 534 games Thanks for reading.
  10. 2 points
    AdamNufc

    FMM Artificial Intelligence

    FMM Artificial Intelligence So I've been thinking of another article to write and I've settled on the idea to talk about the artificial intelligence ( or lack of ) in Football Manager Mobile In Football Manager Mobile there is many moments where your left thinking ' what the actual F**k ' and I'm going to talk you through some examples Transfers Short Changing Yes in real life clubs often perform a bit of shit housery and try to lowball clubs to tempt a bit of player unrest to get the player on the cheap but is it just me on in FMM do rival clubs often take the absolute biscuit? For example, you could have a player who has a couple years left on his deal and is wanting a new contract , he's your star performer season in season out worth about £98m and a rival club will offer you about £23m , thinking you either failed maths so bad you think this is a good offer or your that desperate to sell! This isn't a rare occurrence though as every season clubs will put in derisory offers for your star players thinking you will actually take the bait , surely this constant lowballing of your players , especially when you transfer list them needs to be fixed to make the game a bit more realistic Transfers between AI Teams How often do we see it on FMM where an aging Yaya Toure of 38 years will arrive at a Premier League club for around £35 million pounds a season or two after a club got him on a free and he only played 5 games over these two years? Or a 33 old Sterling could have only scored 1 goal in the last 3 seasons BUT a big club will sign him for £50million somehow expecting him to bag a hatful? Transfers between AI clubs are often ludicrous and based SOLELY on reputation and not performance , you'd want to see more clever transfer thinking from clubs where they spend there big money on players actually performing well in game , rather than being fixated on buying players with star studded reputations even if they are playing like a donkey on ice ( if you need reference to what this looks like , Google Joelintons highlight reel ) Or we get the opposite , we get clubs spending millions on a youngster from the Chinese 2nd Division who hasn't played a single game , it would be nice seeing some different approaches such as rich clubs maybe doing the Chelsea model , signing a bucket load of European youngsters and loaning them out or just a lot more variety between ai clubs in the market especially with the same transfers pretty much happening save by save especially at the start Tactics So your scout has dropped his scout report on the opposition into your inbox and you decide to give it a read so you can plan your tactics for the forthcoming game , you see they have a strong squad so plan accordingly starting your strongest possible squad Then upon arrival to the sideline you see this is how the opposition has lined up, the majority of the squad out of position and you will often find 3 or 4 token random youngsters in the starting line up as well This can often happen later on in a save especially when your playing in Europe against a team such as Dynamo Kiev who isn't in the game , surely SI would be able to code it where half a opposition squad isn't going to be totally out of position , you know maybe for the sake of realism The opposition AI is so poor at being reactive to tactics , I've read on an SI Forum that the only way opposition teams ' react to your tactics is in 2 ways and both are down to form If your in good form opposition teams will change to play a defensive form of football If your in bad form your opposition will play attacking football BUT THIS IS NOT REALISTIC For example teams should have set tactics depending on there manager , for example imagine your in poor form and and about to play José Mourinho , he wouldn't change his style for your form , he would still adhere to his tactical style One thing I really want to see in future versions of FMM is in match reactions to your tactical changes. How often during a game do you look to see where your opposition is performing the weakest and change your tactics accordingly? If your like me then it's very often , opposition full backs playing poorly? Push your wingers up and get your full backs to overlap pinning them back putting them under pressure , know you have an extra man in midfield , play a control short passing game , notice your opposition defenders are slow , get a higher line , press more and sub on your fastest players The game is all about finding weak links in your opponent and exploiting them BUT your opponent never does this against you , it would be nice if you have weak links during the game your opponent could tweak their tactics giving you problems that you have to use your tactical brain to counter Managerial Appointments Clubs in FMM appointing managers is very unrealistic , take for example in one save I witnessed Newcastle looking for a manager , surely they'd go with a man with some sort of experience in the premier League or English game but no they appoint Cosmin Olariou whose only notable position was 2 years ago managing Saudi Arabia Or you more often than not see England appointing a manager such as Jonathan Woodgate or a man of the calibre of Neil Warnock rather than anyone if any sort of substance You could be managing Real Madrid in game , won 8 leagues on the bounce about 5 champions leagues and numerous Spanish cups and when the Spain Job comes available and your the greatest manager on the hall of fame and reply and you'd be rejecting and who would get the position? More often than not a past it Spaniard who was managing in Segunda B Yes it's a football game , football can throw strange things at you but in FMM moments that have you thinking what the hell is going on happen too often Player Morale The player Morale system in FMM is absolutely butchered , the majority of players in game throw more strops than the average ex missus Players morale in game falls faster than Sunderland do through the English Football Pyramid. You could play a 17 old full back twice due to all your senior full backs being injured and then if you don't play him again BANG BANG , you have him kicking off saying he wants to leave , take that for every player , even players you have said are only squad players , you don't play them they will complain and in big groups , it's not an average season in FMM20 if you don't have the ! Icon next to about a quarter of your squad saying they are trying to ' ignore the squad divisions ' . Half your squad could have lost faith in you yet your board confidence will still say ' We are disappointed how you are performing in your role BUT we are please with the squad harmony ' You could have just given a player a contract , he could have 3 quality games in a row and the next thing he's crying saying he wants a new contract , this is two common an occurrence Assistant Manager Finally how often is it your assistant manager basically just repeats himself , no matter what interaction you have with a player , the feed back you get is the same set outcomes for what you say 95 percent of the time For example if your wanting to boost morale you could tell all your players they've done fantastic in training , if you ever do this it is always this response no matter what player you decide to say to that his training has been good It does not matter which player you use this option with the response from your assistant manager will be he worries the player will become over confident , if he worries about every player surely that basically confirms all players function as the same and do not have a personality I hope I've made some valid points here and that people enjoy reading this , any feed back would be much appreciated 😀
  11. 2 points
    Rob

    The Warriors: The Battle for Goals Begins

    Season 12 - England - Rob Last year the boys got the TT, so that objective was done and dusted. Scraping 2,000 with a 1kc got Greenwood we’re our final targets. England We won the World Cup - hurrah! - and continued our destruction of the Germans. Transfers Older players left, with replacements coming in. Like the other lads, we are at the point where we can buy and sell who we want. Team Performance Not great. The squad was transitioning a bit and I had gotten a bit obsessed with goals at this point. Player Performance Elliot got another 29 assists this season, taking us to 320 which is a number I’m chuffed to bits with. Our three strikers nabbed a further 158 goals, taking our total to 1,702. Greenwood bagged a further 72, leaving him with 239 needed for the 1kc. I had just bagged a contract extension with him, so that’s less than 50 a season which should be doable... if it wasn’t for the fact he’s now 29 and a few years from what appears to be instant stat reduction. The Warriors Ian is comfortably sailing towards the TT, whilst being able to bathe in the glory of the Gundogan challenge. Foxy destroyed this season smashing the TT and setting a goal total top score. Woody is taking three lesser knowns and, for me, is having an exciting adventure trying to claw them towards a TT. Thanks for reading and all comments welcome!
  12. 1 point
    SSolas

    Chrobry Głogów FC-My Philosophy

    CHOOSING THIS CAREER I chose this career with Chrobry FC due to them being one of the smallest clubs in the Polish 2nd Division. I also wanted to follow my Step by Step guide in 2018 to see if it was still successful by following the steps exactly. This would be a good test of my Tactic and Philosophy. STADIUM & FACILITIES The Facilities before I arrived were poor and below average. In asking the board for improvements, they agreed to upgrade the 1st team facilities but refused to upgrade youth facilities. The Stadium also remains at a capacity of 2,817 with an average capacity of 2,000. STAFF,TRAINING & FINANCE I delegate the Training Regime to my Assistant Manager Maciej Musial. The staff was upgraded to 3x Silver Badged Coaches & a full backroom team. The finances are slightly over due to some good signings but remain green & secure. SQUAD ***Key Attributes *** Goalkeeper - Handling/Reflexes Wing Back - Tackling/Stamina Ball Playing Centre Back - Tackling/Heading/Positioning Defensive Midfielder - Tackling/Stamina Advanced Playmaker/Deep Lying Playmaker - Passing/Stamina Inside Forward - Shooting/Pace Trequartista - Shooting/Pace As per My Philosophy, I assessed my squad for players with at least 10 for their key attributes for their positions. To my surprise, Chrobry FC had some good players at the club and only a small amount of players were released for not fitting in with my style. A number of signings were made, especially to the Attacking Areas. TACTIC As per my Philosophy, I used my tried and tested Tiki Taka Tactic. The defence was the best in the league with this tactic. The attack could be better and will need improving moving forward. THE RESULTS So, in my 1st Season at Chrobry FC using my 2018 steps to success guide, we managed to gain Promotion.🥳🥳🥳🥳 We only missed out on the top spot by 1 point & had the best defence in the league. Our attack was weak and we did not play well in the cup. STEPS FOR SUCCESS Please see below the Do's and Do Not's to become successfull on Football Manager Mobile 2020. Please find below the Top XI for Chrobry FC as suggested by my Assistant Manager: Please find below the squad depth and club stats below: MANAGER'S STATS LEAGUE STATS
  13. 1 point
    LTFC

    BiNgO with a twist

    I think i’m gonna go with Benzema and then I think it’s Trent
  14. 1 point
    ThomW12

    BiNgO with a twist

    Origi again this month and Alaba is my guess
  15. 1 point
    samhardy

    Challenge Cup 2020

    Yes - as long as they are 31 or over it doesn’t matter whether they start at the club or whether they are signed
  16. 1 point
    Cockers2505

    Cockers - Late Bloomer Challenge

    Update for Season 2 From season 1 Shane Long got 47 goals: Season 1 - 47 - 101 = 54 Season 2 League Again as expected I win the league and quite easily Lost 2 all season, silly games to lose, but overall a very good season winning all the domestic cups also Transfers In - Included the likes of Raphael Varane to booster the defence Lorenzo Pellegrini to add to the attacking Midfield Danilo Pereira to add to the strengthening of the midfield Out - Couldn't turn down the money for Kempembe and Gueye, the rest was tidying up the squad Fixtures After the loss in November against Juventus (Zebra) I finished the rest of the season Unbeaten Awards Best Player All three players from PSG, a shame no Long Top Goalscorer Shane Long came second this season, not as good as his First Season, but 20 League goals is good for a 33 Year old XI of the Season 8 Players from PSG make up the best 11 of the season, again Long misses out Stars Team of the Season 5 Players make the Stars Team this time including Shane Long Most Promising Player Young Mbappe and my new addition Okafor make the top 2 places Team Stats Manager Stats Shane Long Not as much as Season 1, this time scoring 34 Goals out of 45 Games. A few more Injuries left him on the sidelines more than Season 1. Season 1 - 47 Season 2 - 34 Total - 81 - 101 = 20 Left for Season 3 But Then - I didn't realise we was in the Club World Championship where he clinched a couple more before the end of the Season So his Tally was now sat at 36 Goals Season 1 - 47 Season 2 - 36 Total - 83 - 101 = 18 Left for Season 3 Thanks for Reading as always
  17. 1 point
    Massive again. You really have Mariano shining. I could never do that as he would always be dogged by lengthy injuries.
  18. 1 point
    Dai_

    The Triple Threat

    Finally completed this challenge and along with it,my first FMM triple crown! 😁 The numbers are pretty crap for two strikers but thankfully, one stood out as expected. Eddie Salcedo: 211+40= 251 🤦‍♂️ Nicolo Zaniolo: 296 (minus the 4 he starts off with before you start a game 😒) = 292+55= 347 🤦‍♂️ Sebastiano Esposito: 790+112= 902 😁👍 Grand total: 251+347+902= 1500 😊
  19. 1 point
    Good luck mate, love a strikerless formation!
  20. 1 point
    Thanks for the comments guys. Season 4 was the infamous World Cup year where you have a big gap in the season and major fixture congestion towards the end of the season. Transfer-wise we splashed out on Havertz and an FMM favourite in Pellegri as back up to Mariano. Out went a few squad players. We’re really flying now and have a world class squad so we won everything again. Couple of notable games were this fastest yet trick from Mariano, just 6 minutes. Also this game was worth mentioning with 4 assists from Lazzari and a hat trick from Mariano. You may notice I have moved my wing backs to full backs from the start of this career, initially I thought this provided more assists from Lazzari but I’m not entirely surely it’s made too much difference as figures are pretty consistent. Here’s a more detailed look at our guys attributes and stats for the season. So despite the interruption of the World Cup again very consistent and the last 3 seasons combined figures have been 125, 123 and 124. I would expect very similar for the final season, injuries permitting. Thanks for reading.
  21. 1 point
    Kanegan

    BiNgO with a twist

    I will stick to TAA.
  22. 1 point
    Foxy

    BiNgO with a twist

    I will change my choice to Alaba then I think.
  23. 1 point
    my favourite tactic. unbeaten in all competition with clinical attacking and solid at the back. recommended for big team! no more words enjoy 😊
  24. 1 point
    Ashez

    BiNgO with a twist

    Any chance of an update formation with the selected players? Then I'll take a punt later tonight after a kip, I'm on hour 27 without sleep and the last thing I wanna do is collect data 😂. Home soon 😴😴😴😴😴😴 Either way I'll stick with Benzema
  25. 1 point
    broodje kip

    BiNgO with a twist

    I’ll still stick with Benzema and I’m guess TAA? I’m not having a great time guessing lol
  26. 1 point
    Some nice new signings and an interesting looking system. Good luck.
  27. 1 point
  28. 1 point
    Foxy

    The Warriors: The Battle for Goals Begins

    Foxy - Season 13 Last season was a real “barnstormer” as my trio smashed in a Warriors goals total record of 167 which although it was a bit “wind assisted” due to some easy ITN games it was a very satisfying season. On top of that Cappy got over his broken leg in season 12 to assisted 36 goals. So all going well and more of the same eh? Not really 😕 Even our overall team performance wasn’t great and we went out the cup at the earliest stage we ever have along with a CL final defeat. Capanni Assists Cappy’s pace is going fast now thanks to that busted leg and his assists total suffered this season. He has been playing as an AP in the centre of the park for the last 10 seasons and I think with his lack of pace and the fact he isn’t very good at the defensive side of the game it made the team struggle. This might sound weird as he is getting slow but he is going out on the right wing next season. He can’t get around the pitch enough to play CM so if he is on the wing he can at least still cross the ball. Time will tell if it works I guess but I need to play him somewhere to keep picking up a few assists and keep his total going up. Season Assists: 23 Career Assists: 364 Goal Warriors Pellegri is declining now he is 31 but so far there is no signs of decline from Esposito or Selcedo so there lower total this season can’t be blamed on that. My thinking is much the same as I said above in that Cappy isn’t good enough to play a key role in central midfield any more and that effected the team as a whole and the lads in terms of goals. It wasn’t a complete loss of a season as they did score 129 goals between them which is ok but it is the lowest total they have had since season 5 and last season they scored 125 goals just for PSG. Esposito Club Goals: 45 ITN Goals: 5 Season Total: 50 Career Total: 670 Pellegri Club Goals: 31 ITN Goals: 5 Season Total: 36 Career Total: 544 Selcedo Club Goals: 38 ITN Goals: 5 Season Total: 43 Career Total: 489 Season Total Goals: 129 Career Total Goals: 1703 Unofficial DT Something else I have just noticed is that Pellegri and Esposito have completed a Double Trouble between themselves albeit an unofficial one. Esposito: 670 Pellegri: 544 Total Goals: 1214 goals Thanks for reading.
  29. 1 point
    AdamNufc

    Arsenal Strikers Peak

    Thank You! I'm sure I will be taking up another challenge soon 😀
  30. 1 point
    broodje kip

    BiNgO with a twist

    Oh well I did guess Alisson but go for Courtois instead 🤷
  31. 1 point
    Kanegan

    BiNgO with a twist

    Ah well drew blank. OK back to drawing board now.
  32. 1 point
    Ian

    BiNgO with a twist

    I was hoping Neymar would’ve been through the middle this month. He still did ok though and one more ticked off.
  33. 1 point
    I wouldn't say you could pick a single most important attribute as to me it's more relative to position and you can't really base how good a player is or who you should target over just one attribute For instance a defender might have amazing tackling but poor strength/aerial ability or vice versa , if the player didn't have both good attributes for these then I would not sign them Or a poacher you want pace and shooting both good but if they only have one of the attributes good and the other poor you wouldn't sign them I hope you understand what I mean , in short I don't sign players based on one or two attributes , I decide on several attributes I want in a player for each position and then filter my searches for players based on this
  34. 1 point
    Mariano is smashing them in! Hard for Lazarri having those injuries but he still got a good score this season so it’s going well I think.
  35. 1 point
    Brilliant season again from both players. I’m still yet to try Fabian even though he always comes up in my searches. I’d heard about the Mariano news and instantly thought about this save, hopefully he’ll be ok.
  36. 1 point
    smoggy90

    The Warriors: The Battle for Goals Begins

    Brilliant few seasons all round, those assists are going to be tight I think! Greenwood smashing it!
  37. 1 point
    Jsavfc

    BiNgO with a twist

    Not gone with Neymar yet so will have a month with him. Im gonna go with Allison for my player guess.
  38. 1 point
    Ashez

    BiNgO with a twist

    I'll return to Benzema please I want to say Becker but as you're Belgium it's surely Courtois. Surely?!?!
  39. 1 point
    Rob

    English football

    Sounds like you played excellently.
  40. 1 point
    Woody

    The Warriors: The Battle for Goals Begins

    Nuts, simply nuts. The numbers your consistantly getting now is insane mate. Glad you spanked the Germs though 😂
  41. 1 point
    Woody

    BiNgO with a twist

    Benzema for me too please. I'm going for Petr Cech for my guess
  42. 1 point
    broodje kip

    BiNgO with a twist

    Sticking with Benzema. Tough one it’s either Courtois or Alisson but I’m going for Courtois
  43. 1 point
    Foxy

    BiNgO with a twist

    I’m going to stick with Benzema thanks. I will say that’s Courtois.
  44. 1 point
    Ian

    Arsenal Strikers Peak

    I had a bit of trouble with that in Portugal on my ZZZ’s and didn’t fully work out what caused it. The idea I had was that some nations that failed to qualify for the World Cup were still having their usual in season international games and with the domestic calendar being altered meant some players unavailable for club on those dates. Maybe not that but it was the only thing I could think of and I failed to really check up on it. Never had it in England but think I’ve only got to season 4 once there this year to my knowledge.
  45. 1 point
    Woody

    Arsenal Strikers Peak

    A much better season mate. Hopefully double that next season? 😉😆
  46. 1 point
    broodje kip

    BiNgO with a twist

    Oh well things aren’t going good for me
  47. 1 point
    LTFC

    BiNgO with a twist

    Uh that guess was tough there was about three players it could have been. I went for De Ligt as we had all ready guessed a midfielder but oh well.
  48. 1 point
    Ian

    Milan Baros the Late Bloomer (Season 4)

    Season 3 After two decent opening seasons Milan has managed to score 50 goals which puts him 91 short of our target. Obviously he’ll probably need more than the three years he has left on his contract so I’ll have to decided when to try and offer him an extension, more on that later but first I’ll go through the team affairs. Transfers Practically all of the outgoings this year were fringe or reserve players and it was particularly pleasing to finally be able to get rid of Ryan Babel, he never played a game for me but I just couldn’t manage to sell him which was a pain due to the massive wages he was on. It’s similar with Falcao who is still our highest earner although I have a feeling he will be out contract now so that’ll hopefully free up some more funds. The incomings are rather briefly described below; Sander Berge - A very nice central midfielder who is now 23 so just arriving at what will hopefully be his best years. Davy Klaassen - He’s someone I’ve yet to use but looks good and at 28 he should be at his peak. He can play central midfield or as an attacking midfielder so good option to have hopefully. Gonzalo Martínez - A rather steady left winger who is sort of a stop gap at 28 years old. Out of the options available and taking price into the equation I just felt he was the best bet as I can just see him coming in and doing a good job. Mijat Gacinovic - He’s an attacking midfielder who is totally new to me so we’ll how he gets on. Suat Serder - A nice central midfielder who I have used on last years game. He’s more of a ball winner really with great physical attributes and I’m hoping he’ll do well in this league. Pablo Mari - A new centre back. Filip Manojlovic - I felt we needed a new goalkeeper as our number one is ageing and this guy is somewhat similar but much younger so they’ll battle it out. Tactic Here is the full tactic as promised. You can probably see it isn’t going to be ideal for a lot of teams and even with top teams things can go badly wrong if just a few things are out of place. I haven’t really deviated from these settings on this save so far and our domestic success has been fine which is probably to be expected being one of the better teams in the league but we’ve yet to do anything at all in Europe so it’s far from perfect. It was just designed to try and score a good chunk of team goals and offer plenty of support for Baros and things have gone well enough on that front so I haven’t needed to change anything but I may do in the future if things start going wrong. You may notice from some of my screenshots of games that we are often wasteful with our shots with plenty going off target which could point to a problem but it’s difficult to work out when we have such a poor striker up top. I don’t want to go into much detail on attributes and such but I will say that if the BBM’s don’t have great stamina and the AP doesn’t have great movement as a minimum then I’m not sure I’d even try it. Team Performances We got off to a great start and won our first trophy of the season with our main man opening the scoring. It’s safe to say Europe was an absolute disaster this year as we couldn’t even qualify from our group in third place to drop into the Europa, although a group containing PSG, Dortmund and Roma wasn’t exactly the sort of group we wanted. PSG and Roma both humiliated us as seen below and that’s the last you’ll hear about it. Milan managed a goal in the other cup final too to keep up our 100% domestic trophy record as the league was won comfortably. Manager Milan Baros Milan finally scored a hat trick, two were from the spot but they all count. He wasn’t finished there as he hit another one and this time non were from the spot. Milan had his best season yet as he managed 32 goals in 42 games which we’re very happy with. He’s declining rapidly now but certain aspects of the squad are better which I think is helping him. I still think this will definitely be the ceiling in terms of returns but it’s given us a great chance. He hasn’t suffered an injuries since the first season which whilst great is also not so good in some ways as you’d expect he’s due one. The dilemma I face now is when to offer him a contract? I went into the negotiation page during this season and it seemed he’d be willing to sign but it’s in my mind that if I wait until after January next season he’d get another five seasons after the next, well providing he plays the contract out that is. The problem is he may decide before January to retire at the end of his current deal which would make the 59 goals we still need an incredibly tough ask in two seasons considering he’s only going to keep on declining in attributes. Score Milan Baros Season 1: 24 goals in 48 games Season 2: 26 goals in 45 games Season 3: 32 goals in 42 games Total: 82 Target: 141 Dilemma I’m sat here as I’ve moved over into the new season and this is the screenshot of where I left things. He wanted a two year deal but I’ve bumped it up to five and I’m fairly confident he’ll go for it. Do I go for it though or should I try to risk waiting until January to get the possible extra year? Thank you for following.
  49. 1 point
    samhardy

    FMM Artificial Intelligence

    This is what I was talking about in your last article. I don’t understand the obsession with “plug and play” tactics when stuff like this is in the game (it happens in 90% of matches). You adjust in relation to the AI tactics and it’s so easy to exploit. Nice work again.
  50. 1 point
    Great second season as well. You are making Mariano a machine. Now i feel really stupid that he messed up for me. 😁
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