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    Ian got a reaction from Titjes in The Journey of Ianis Hagi - Season 22   
    Season 6
    Our first season in Italy went pretty well last time out, we’d done some good work on the squad, Hagi got himself back up to the slightly bigger numbers, we’d won the league and the UEFA Cup, so we certainly went into season six in happy spirits.
    The squad seemed pretty good so there wasn’t a great deal of transfer business. We tried to upgrade our first choice goalie with Costa coming in from Portugal. I’ve used him before, can’t remember exactly when at the moment but I do remember he was decent so hopefully he’ll be fine here too. We went big on a left sided player with Calafiori coming in from Roma, he’s new to me but has all of the right attributes to play at either inverted wing back or the wide midfielder role and he’s just in his early 20’s so hopefully a good bit of business. Musah is a decent central midfielder and Ademi is a forward who was brought in as our cheap fourth choice striker, he had to be cheap as that’s all the money we had left after the previous big signings. A graduate and a few youngsters on loan to offer cover and we were done.

     
    Things started well as we won our first European Super Cup, albeit we needed a penalty shootout to topple Barca.

     
    Hagi started the season in fine form with five goals and eight assists in his first four games but then that dreaded red injury icon appeared during our 4-1 victory over Juve. You’re just hoping that there’s nothing there in your inbox post game but no such luck here as we were greeted with a one month one as he had suffered a groin strain. It was the first game after the international break too so he was about to miss a good few games.


     
    He came back and was just about getting himself back to his best, then rather unfortunately a day before our Italian Super Cup game he pulled his groin again during training to my utter disgust. This was starting to look like season four again and these recurring groin strains were certainly worrying.

     
    We managed to win the Super Cup against Milan without him as his replacement scored the winning goal.

     
    The Italian Cup was also won as Juve were beaten comfortably and that meant we’d won all of the available domestic competition at Inter in Italy.

     
    We got all the way to the semi finals in the European Cup where we’d meet Barca. After narrowly winning the away leg we were very confident of getting through to the final. Perhaps too confident as we failed to show up to the return leg and were dumped out.


     
    The league was won comfortably, which was probably to be expected.

     

     
    Hagi ended up with 38 goals and 32 assists in 37 games, which I’m pretty happy with taking the injuries into account. I suppose his assists are down a bit which I could moan about but he’d started really well in that regard before his first injury so perhaps the injuries had more more impact on those than the goals. I did tweak the corner routine this season to something more varied, so I will need to keep an eye on that next year and see how he does on them but can’t make anything of it at the moment.



     
    All in all, a bit of a set back and it’s getting to the stage where we’re very unsure as to whether we can get him to both 500 goals and assists but we just keep going.
     
    Score
     
    Ianis Hagi
     
    Rangers
    Season 01: 55 goals and 43 assists in 50 games
    Season 02: 46 goals and 45 assists in 51 games
    Season 03: 17 goals and 20 assists in 21 games
    Rangers Total: 118 goals and 108 assists in 122 games
     
    Villarreal
    Season 03: 31 goals and 29 assists in 32 games
    Season 04: 34 goals and 22 assists in 44 games
    Villarreal Total: 65 goals and 51 assists in 76 games
     
    Inter Milan
    Season 05: 40 goals and 48 assists in 49 games
    Season 06: 38 goals and 32 assists in 37 games
    Inter Milan Total: 78 goals and 80 assists in 86 games
     
    Grand Total: 261 goals and 239 assists in 284 games
     
    Thank you for reading.
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    Ian got a reaction from Titjes in The Journey of Ianis Hagi - Season 22   
    Season 6
    Our first season in Italy went pretty well last time out, we’d done some good work on the squad, Hagi got himself back up to the slightly bigger numbers, we’d won the league and the UEFA Cup, so we certainly went into season six in happy spirits.
    The squad seemed pretty good so there wasn’t a great deal of transfer business. We tried to upgrade our first choice goalie with Costa coming in from Portugal. I’ve used him before, can’t remember exactly when at the moment but I do remember he was decent so hopefully he’ll be fine here too. We went big on a left sided player with Calafiori coming in from Roma, he’s new to me but has all of the right attributes to play at either inverted wing back or the wide midfielder role and he’s just in his early 20’s so hopefully a good bit of business. Musah is a decent central midfielder and Ademi is a forward who was brought in as our cheap fourth choice striker, he had to be cheap as that’s all the money we had left after the previous big signings. A graduate and a few youngsters on loan to offer cover and we were done.

     
    Things started well as we won our first European Super Cup, albeit we needed a penalty shootout to topple Barca.

     
    Hagi started the season in fine form with five goals and eight assists in his first four games but then that dreaded red injury icon appeared during our 4-1 victory over Juve. You’re just hoping that there’s nothing there in your inbox post game but no such luck here as we were greeted with a one month one as he had suffered a groin strain. It was the first game after the international break too so he was about to miss a good few games.


     
    He came back and was just about getting himself back to his best, then rather unfortunately a day before our Italian Super Cup game he pulled his groin again during training to my utter disgust. This was starting to look like season four again and these recurring groin strains were certainly worrying.

     
    We managed to win the Super Cup against Milan without him as his replacement scored the winning goal.

     
    The Italian Cup was also won as Juve were beaten comfortably and that meant we’d won all of the available domestic competition at Inter in Italy.

     
    We got all the way to the semi finals in the European Cup where we’d meet Barca. After narrowly winning the away leg we were very confident of getting through to the final. Perhaps too confident as we failed to show up to the return leg and were dumped out.


     
    The league was won comfortably, which was probably to be expected.

     

     
    Hagi ended up with 38 goals and 32 assists in 37 games, which I’m pretty happy with taking the injuries into account. I suppose his assists are down a bit which I could moan about but he’d started really well in that regard before his first injury so perhaps the injuries had more more impact on those than the goals. I did tweak the corner routine this season to something more varied, so I will need to keep an eye on that next year and see how he does on them but can’t make anything of it at the moment.



     
    All in all, a bit of a set back and it’s getting to the stage where we’re very unsure as to whether we can get him to both 500 goals and assists but we just keep going.
     
    Score
     
    Ianis Hagi
     
    Rangers
    Season 01: 55 goals and 43 assists in 50 games
    Season 02: 46 goals and 45 assists in 51 games
    Season 03: 17 goals and 20 assists in 21 games
    Rangers Total: 118 goals and 108 assists in 122 games
     
    Villarreal
    Season 03: 31 goals and 29 assists in 32 games
    Season 04: 34 goals and 22 assists in 44 games
    Villarreal Total: 65 goals and 51 assists in 76 games
     
    Inter Milan
    Season 05: 40 goals and 48 assists in 49 games
    Season 06: 38 goals and 32 assists in 37 games
    Inter Milan Total: 78 goals and 80 assists in 86 games
     
    Grand Total: 261 goals and 239 assists in 284 games
     
    Thank you for reading.
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    Ian got a reaction from Titjes in The Journey of Ianis Hagi - Season 22   
    Season 6
    Our first season in Italy went pretty well last time out, we’d done some good work on the squad, Hagi got himself back up to the slightly bigger numbers, we’d won the league and the UEFA Cup, so we certainly went into season six in happy spirits.
    The squad seemed pretty good so there wasn’t a great deal of transfer business. We tried to upgrade our first choice goalie with Costa coming in from Portugal. I’ve used him before, can’t remember exactly when at the moment but I do remember he was decent so hopefully he’ll be fine here too. We went big on a left sided player with Calafiori coming in from Roma, he’s new to me but has all of the right attributes to play at either inverted wing back or the wide midfielder role and he’s just in his early 20’s so hopefully a good bit of business. Musah is a decent central midfielder and Ademi is a forward who was brought in as our cheap fourth choice striker, he had to be cheap as that’s all the money we had left after the previous big signings. A graduate and a few youngsters on loan to offer cover and we were done.

     
    Things started well as we won our first European Super Cup, albeit we needed a penalty shootout to topple Barca.

     
    Hagi started the season in fine form with five goals and eight assists in his first four games but then that dreaded red injury icon appeared during our 4-1 victory over Juve. You’re just hoping that there’s nothing there in your inbox post game but no such luck here as we were greeted with a one month one as he had suffered a groin strain. It was the first game after the international break too so he was about to miss a good few games.


     
    He came back and was just about getting himself back to his best, then rather unfortunately a day before our Italian Super Cup game he pulled his groin again during training to my utter disgust. This was starting to look like season four again and these recurring groin strains were certainly worrying.

     
    We managed to win the Super Cup against Milan without him as his replacement scored the winning goal.

     
    The Italian Cup was also won as Juve were beaten comfortably and that meant we’d won all of the available domestic competition at Inter in Italy.

     
    We got all the way to the semi finals in the European Cup where we’d meet Barca. After narrowly winning the away leg we were very confident of getting through to the final. Perhaps too confident as we failed to show up to the return leg and were dumped out.


     
    The league was won comfortably, which was probably to be expected.

     

     
    Hagi ended up with 38 goals and 32 assists in 37 games, which I’m pretty happy with taking the injuries into account. I suppose his assists are down a bit which I could moan about but he’d started really well in that regard before his first injury so perhaps the injuries had more more impact on those than the goals. I did tweak the corner routine this season to something more varied, so I will need to keep an eye on that next year and see how he does on them but can’t make anything of it at the moment.



     
    All in all, a bit of a set back and it’s getting to the stage where we’re very unsure as to whether we can get him to both 500 goals and assists but we just keep going.
     
    Score
     
    Ianis Hagi
     
    Rangers
    Season 01: 55 goals and 43 assists in 50 games
    Season 02: 46 goals and 45 assists in 51 games
    Season 03: 17 goals and 20 assists in 21 games
    Rangers Total: 118 goals and 108 assists in 122 games
     
    Villarreal
    Season 03: 31 goals and 29 assists in 32 games
    Season 04: 34 goals and 22 assists in 44 games
    Villarreal Total: 65 goals and 51 assists in 76 games
     
    Inter Milan
    Season 05: 40 goals and 48 assists in 49 games
    Season 06: 38 goals and 32 assists in 37 games
    Inter Milan Total: 78 goals and 80 assists in 86 games
     
    Grand Total: 261 goals and 239 assists in 284 games
     
    Thank you for reading.
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    Ian got a reaction from Titjes in The Journey of Ianis Hagi - Season 22   
    Season 5
    Last season was a bit of a disaster really as Hagi just couldn’t get himself going having picked up a few injuries, the team clearly wasn’t quite as strong as I had thought so it was a bit of a struggle at times even though we did end up winning the league. At the end of the season the Inter Milan job came up and after the frustrating season we had just had I felt I had to take it and just hope Hagi would follow suit. He did and eventually joined a few days into season five.

     
    I’d had a good look at the Inter squad just before taking over and was pretty happy with what I saw. They had Berella (albeit not the best version I’ve seen of him), a decent centre back in Bastoni, some quality forwards and some vibe royalty in Esposito, Martínez and Pinamonti, decent wing backs in Gayà, Digne and Hakimi and Cristian Eriksen was still there which I though was a nice touch so there was plenty there to work with.
    As impressed as I was with the squad I still felt we needed to improve in a number of areas, so a hefty £246m was spent in hopefully doing just that. The centre of midfield was the main priority as I felt we needed better first choice players in both the CM and AP positions, Olmo was the chosen player for the AP role coming in from Leipzig and Bentancur was the man for the CM role arriving from Juve for £55m. I was very happy with the Bentancur deal as he is very good on this save and much better than Barella so the price was decent, especially with it being with Juve too as it would surely weaken them losing him. I went with a tried and tested option for the wide right position with Saelemaekers coming in who is very nice to have as he can play in either the WM position or at IWB. It was similar on the left too with Miranda coming in offering the same versatility but unlike Saelemaekers he’s new to me, so a more interesting one. Guedes was brought in to cover us in loads of positions as he can play on either flank and any position in the final third including up front so another nice player to have. Zortea was brought in as another one who could play both wide positions on the right, so in the end we ended up with three decent options going into two positions on either side and a couple of floaters in Eriksen and Guedes who would fill in on either midfield flank when needed as well as a load of other positions. I wasn’t totally sold on Bastoni as the first choice centre back and felt he was too good to be second choice, not that we could afford to have him as reserve anyway so it would need to be more or less a straight swap. I looked at Romero at Arsenal who had a similar value and I thought looked slightly better so the swap occurred with Bastoni moving too London and Romero going to Milan. I would’ve also preferred to have upgraded our first choice goalie, couldn’t quite manage it this time but overall we were pretty happy with the squad we’d built.

     
    Things started very well in Europe as we were formidable in the group stage in winning six from six and not even conceding a single goal. We weren’t really high scoring though with only 15 goals but you can’t have everything.


     
    If I felt there was a slight lack of goals in the group stage, we certainly made up for it in the knockout stages and in particular in this game away to Shaktar as we hit eight with Hagi contributing to six of them.

     
    We made the final where we’d play Juve and it went well with us winning fairly comfortably.

     
    The Italian Cup went to plan up until the final where our city rivals Milan kind of hammered us.

     
    The league was won and convincingly in the end. Roma were up there with us all the way until new year, then suffered a few poor results and fell away.



     
    The main man had a good season too as he got himself back up to the higher numbers with 40 goals and 48 assists in 49 games. It’s a return that keeps him in the hunt for our 500 goals and 500 assists target, a target that still looks doable but not sure we can afford many or even any more poor seasons like the previous year at Villarreal. No real injury problems with just one minor 10 day one coming fairly early into the season and it never really impacted him in terms of affecting his form. I did change the target for our corners to be the CB as opposed to previously being one of the CF’s. I made the decision purely because not all of our strikers are really high in aerial so I thought going the CB route would mean that we’re always targeting someone good in the air. The routine is basically Hagi aiming for the penalty spot and the target player marking the opposition goalie and it seems to work pretty well. A good few corner goals seem to go to other players but that isn’t really a concern here as long as Hagi is getting the bulk of the assists. Thinking along the lines of it not mattering who scores the goals, I may go with a more balanced routine and perhaps next season as I do have a routine somewhat tested but will need to think about it as it went well enough this season so not sure I can justify changing things too much. I am thinking of putting Hagi on pens as he isnt getting the assists there that I hoped he would and we do get a lot of pens so doing that may boost his goal return slightly.




     
    Score
     
    Ianis Hagi
     
    Rangers
    Season 01: 55 goals and 43 assists in 50 games
    Season 02: 46 goals and 45 assists in 51 games
    Season 03: 17 goals and 20 assists in 21 games
    Rangers Total: 118 goals and 108 assists in 122 games
     
    Villarreal
    Season 03: 31 goals and 29 assists in 32 games
    Season 04: 34 goals and 22 assists in 44 games
    Villarreal Total: 65 goals and 51 assists in 76 games
     
    Inter Milan
    Season 05: 40 goals and 48 assists in 49 games
     
    Grand Total: 223 goals and 207 assists in 247 games
     
    Thank you for reading.
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    Ian got a reaction from Rob in The Journey of Ianis Hagi - Season 22   
    Thank you Woody, yes hopefully he will excel in Italy.
    Thanks Rob, yes it was highly frustrating. It wasn’t like he was out for that long in total but I think I’d probably have preferred just one longer injury as he just couldn’t seem to get going.
    It certainly feels like it’s worse this year with the way injuries affect players. Its not just the time out but the time it takes for them to get back to form. I mean top top players can probably come back quicker but then that limits you too as it probably sort of pushes you to just stick with the elite players.
    I was happy to get Schick as I don’t think I’ve used him for a couple of years. I think I used him quite a bit as an inside forward on the 19 game but he seems more rounded now and a very good centre forward. He has been the target for our corners and gets a good few but I slightly changed things with the routine at Inter in the next season.
    It was like that with Scott. Just felt like we probably needed a cheap third choice centre back and when he came up in my search i knew it just had to be him. I’m not even sure if he played a single game in the end to be honest.😂
    Thank you Hhooo, the injuries are frustrating and it seems to be the time it often takes them to get back to form that is the most annoying. Hopefully it won’t totally ruin things here, I feel like we can still do the 500 of each but can’t be having many more poor seasons.
    Finishing up at Galatasaray would be ideal and it would be a good place for Hagi to be at when he’s really declining I’d say as the league isn’t the strongest. Just have to hope the job comes up at the right time I suppose.
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    Ian got a reaction from Titjes in The Journey of Ianis Hagi - Season 22   
    Season 5
    Last season was a bit of a disaster really as Hagi just couldn’t get himself going having picked up a few injuries, the team clearly wasn’t quite as strong as I had thought so it was a bit of a struggle at times even though we did end up winning the league. At the end of the season the Inter Milan job came up and after the frustrating season we had just had I felt I had to take it and just hope Hagi would follow suit. He did and eventually joined a few days into season five.

     
    I’d had a good look at the Inter squad just before taking over and was pretty happy with what I saw. They had Berella (albeit not the best version I’ve seen of him), a decent centre back in Bastoni, some quality forwards and some vibe royalty in Esposito, Martínez and Pinamonti, decent wing backs in Gayà, Digne and Hakimi and Cristian Eriksen was still there which I though was a nice touch so there was plenty there to work with.
    As impressed as I was with the squad I still felt we needed to improve in a number of areas, so a hefty £246m was spent in hopefully doing just that. The centre of midfield was the main priority as I felt we needed better first choice players in both the CM and AP positions, Olmo was the chosen player for the AP role coming in from Leipzig and Bentancur was the man for the CM role arriving from Juve for £55m. I was very happy with the Bentancur deal as he is very good on this save and much better than Barella so the price was decent, especially with it being with Juve too as it would surely weaken them losing him. I went with a tried and tested option for the wide right position with Saelemaekers coming in who is very nice to have as he can play in either the WM position or at IWB. It was similar on the left too with Miranda coming in offering the same versatility but unlike Saelemaekers he’s new to me, so a more interesting one. Guedes was brought in to cover us in loads of positions as he can play on either flank and any position in the final third including up front so another nice player to have. Zortea was brought in as another one who could play both wide positions on the right, so in the end we ended up with three decent options going into two positions on either side and a couple of floaters in Eriksen and Guedes who would fill in on either midfield flank when needed as well as a load of other positions. I wasn’t totally sold on Bastoni as the first choice centre back and felt he was too good to be second choice, not that we could afford to have him as reserve anyway so it would need to be more or less a straight swap. I looked at Romero at Arsenal who had a similar value and I thought looked slightly better so the swap occurred with Bastoni moving too London and Romero going to Milan. I would’ve also preferred to have upgraded our first choice goalie, couldn’t quite manage it this time but overall we were pretty happy with the squad we’d built.

     
    Things started very well in Europe as we were formidable in the group stage in winning six from six and not even conceding a single goal. We weren’t really high scoring though with only 15 goals but you can’t have everything.


     
    If I felt there was a slight lack of goals in the group stage, we certainly made up for it in the knockout stages and in particular in this game away to Shaktar as we hit eight with Hagi contributing to six of them.

     
    We made the final where we’d play Juve and it went well with us winning fairly comfortably.

     
    The Italian Cup went to plan up until the final where our city rivals Milan kind of hammered us.

     
    The league was won and convincingly in the end. Roma were up there with us all the way until new year, then suffered a few poor results and fell away.



     
    The main man had a good season too as he got himself back up to the higher numbers with 40 goals and 48 assists in 49 games. It’s a return that keeps him in the hunt for our 500 goals and 500 assists target, a target that still looks doable but not sure we can afford many or even any more poor seasons like the previous year at Villarreal. No real injury problems with just one minor 10 day one coming fairly early into the season and it never really impacted him in terms of affecting his form. I did change the target for our corners to be the CB as opposed to previously being one of the CF’s. I made the decision purely because not all of our strikers are really high in aerial so I thought going the CB route would mean that we’re always targeting someone good in the air. The routine is basically Hagi aiming for the penalty spot and the target player marking the opposition goalie and it seems to work pretty well. A good few corner goals seem to go to other players but that isn’t really a concern here as long as Hagi is getting the bulk of the assists. Thinking along the lines of it not mattering who scores the goals, I may go with a more balanced routine and perhaps next season as I do have a routine somewhat tested but will need to think about it as it went well enough this season so not sure I can justify changing things too much. I am thinking of putting Hagi on pens as he isnt getting the assists there that I hoped he would and we do get a lot of pens so doing that may boost his goal return slightly.




     
    Score
     
    Ianis Hagi
     
    Rangers
    Season 01: 55 goals and 43 assists in 50 games
    Season 02: 46 goals and 45 assists in 51 games
    Season 03: 17 goals and 20 assists in 21 games
    Rangers Total: 118 goals and 108 assists in 122 games
     
    Villarreal
    Season 03: 31 goals and 29 assists in 32 games
    Season 04: 34 goals and 22 assists in 44 games
    Villarreal Total: 65 goals and 51 assists in 76 games
     
    Inter Milan
    Season 05: 40 goals and 48 assists in 49 games
     
    Grand Total: 223 goals and 207 assists in 247 games
     
    Thank you for reading.
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    Ian got a reaction from Lautaro Bianchi in The Journey of Ianis Hagi - Season 22   
    Introduction
    I haven’t been very active on here in recent times and to be honest that is more or less totally due to what is going on in the real world. It just feels to me like everything that’s going on is filtering into every aspect of our lives, or at least I feel it is with me. I see football as a release, something to take my mind off of things that are going on in the real world, both good and bad and I feel like that aspect of the game is not there at this current time. You could say that I’m at a bit of a crossroads when it comes to football and almost falling out of love with the sport. This is mainly why I haven’t been active recently as I don’t want my negativity to stink the place out so to speak.
    Anyway, enough of that as I’m here now with a career that will hopefully turn out to be somewhat successful.
     
    You can probably tell by the title that the star (hopefully) of this career is going to be Ianis Hagi but as many of you will know, his father Gheorghe Hagi was also a footballer and a very good one too by all accounts so I feel I need to focus on him a bit first to lay the groundwork as he’s the main inspiration for this career in truth.

     
    In saying that, there’s not really much else to say about him really as you’re all on the internet so if you want to know more about him you can easily research him yourself.
    I do want to show you the following screenshot though which basically shows his club career history and the reason will become apparent later on.

     
    Here is Gheorghe’s son Ianis and as you can see he currently plays for Glasgow Rangers, which is where this journey will begin. I’m basically going to attempt to get him to both score and assist 500 goals during his club career but rather than just stay at Rangers, I want to kind of take him on a journey and hopefully have him perform at a few different clubs. He looks like he’s a decent player and at 21, he should be ready to perform well right from the off.

     
    As you can see further up, his father played in a few different countries including Romania, Italy, Spain and Turkey with the latter three all being playable on the game so I decided those would be the three leagues I’d load along with Scotland and just take it from there. I obviously have no idea how this will pan out or whether I’ll manage to get him to play in all of the three countries but I’m determined that we won’t spend the whole time at Rangers.
     
    Thank you for reading and I’ll be back later with the next update where we’ll see how things got started.
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    Ian reacted to Scratch in The TT Blaster - An All Out Attack Tactical System   
    After many requests, I've decided to post the tactical system I've used in quite a few saves this year, including my 3 x 1KC career. There are some very important things to note, outlined in the next section.
     
    What This Is Not
    This is not a plug and play tactic - it's more of a tactical system and you'll have to tweak things for optimal performance.
    This is not a tactic that will work against all teams - you are going to have to change the instructions, maybe even the formation against some tactics (more on that below).
    This is NOT a tactic that will help you win with an average team - in fact an average team will get thumped 6-0. A good team will win (or lose) 5-4. Only a great team will see good results with this.
     
    Other Notes
    You will need fast defenders with good Positioning to make this work. Your favourite CD only has 13 Pace? Sell him and buy someone with at least 15, preferably higher. In fact, your whole team should be as fast as possible.
    Although this tactic provides multiple pathways forward, you need wingers with high Crossing and strikers with high Aerial to take full advantage.
     
    Formation And Roles
    If I'm trying to get most of the opportunities to go to the front 3, I'll use this:

    However, if I'm trying to get four players scoring, I'll go with this instead:

    In the first scenario, the AM is obviously more defensive than they would be as a T, and they are more likely to stay a bit deeper and act in a supporting role.
    In the second scenario, the T will get forward more looking to both assist and score - and it has to be said that the T is one of the most overpowered roles in FMM21.
    At various points, normally when one of my prime goal scorers has been injured, I'll change one of the TMs to a DLF, in the hope that the replacement will play a bit deeper and set up the other two forwards more often. I've experimented with some other things along the way, such as DLF TM P and that works reasonably well, but I keep coming back to the combinations above.
     
    Instructions
    These are the defaults I use when my team is fully levelled up and ready to crush all before it's path:



    I normally get between 20 and 30 shots per game, depending on the level of opposition and the tactic they use. At the other end, I normally only concede 2 to 10 shots per game. However, that's in ideal circumstances - there are plenty of times where I need to tweak these instructions.
     
    Tweaking
    Here are the most common tweaks I make:
    If I get 20 minutes into a game and we've only had a couple of shots, I'll normally move to either Attacking or Balanced (whichever works best) so the players sit a little deeper, then turn on Run At Defence and Closing Down All Over.
      If we're conceding a lot of shots, I might go to Defensive or even move a player back. If the opponents have two up front, they can sometimes get a lot of chances - or a lot of goals from only a few chances - in which case I might move one of the IWBs back to CD and move a W back to WB (I have most players cross trained so this sort of thing is possible).
      For some reason, this tactic doesn't like the 4 4 2. There's nothing special I do for that, apart from what's written above - I might just move to that from the start of the game instead of waiting to see if we get goals. That said, when we're really strong we can power through this.
      The biggest bogey tactics are those with 1 S, 2 AMs and 2 CMs (where there are more players in the centre of the pitch and less out wide). This seems to stifle our ability to create chances. In these cases, I try to encourage more wide play. I turn off the passing focus of Centre, making it Mixed instead (or Both Flanks although I've had very mixed results with that). Sometimes I will Look For Overlap as well. Sometimes I will move to Direct or Mixed Passing. If whatever I try first isn't working, then I'll change it again.
      Early on in a career, when my team isn't strong, I'll go with Balanced (or even Defensive), Run At Defence and Closing Down All Over from the get go. Then when my team has levelled up, I'll switch to Overload as the default.
      Sometimes if things aren't working during a game, I will tweak random things! Maybe try Slow to see if leads to be better chances. Maybe try Direct to see if we get the ball moving forward quicker. Maybe something else. As you can see, this really isn't a plug and play tactic. That said, when you have a world class team, it works most of the time (especially if you are playing in a weaker league). But it takes a few seasons of tweaking a lot to get there and you'll still need to tweak sometimes.
     
    Disclaimers
    This is provided as a take it or leave it tactic. It works for me. If it works for you, great! If it doesn't, sorry, I probably can't help you make it work.
    Note: challenges have a "you must use your own tactic" rule, so you can't just take this tactic and use it on a TT, etc. You can use it for inspiration for your own tactic however.
    This may not work in FMM22, as this has been raised with SI Games (which may be for the best).
     
    Would This Work In Real Life?
    My first instinct was "of course not", but the more I think about it, the more I want to see a real team try something like this!
    Remember, this only works when your players are much stronger than the opponents. What would happen if PSG decided to play only one defender against Brest? Ie, if they went with a formation something like this (not the TT Blaster exactly as their players don't fit it):

    Would Brest decided to attack them and get a few goals? Or would they take one look down the other end, gulp, and then sit back and try not to get destroyed?
    From a technical point of view, the two obvious weaknesses are a) the lack of cover at the back, but fast IWBs and the DLP dropping back to help the CD would help limit the damage; and b) the lack of bodies in central midfield, but when you have the ball the IWBs would come into midfield, providing a good launch pad to get things moving forward to that devastating attack. That said, I'm no tactician and I'm probably being overly optimistic!
    I guess we'll never know, as it would take a very brave manager to try it in the first place - but in the unlikely event that someone ever does, I can point people to this thread and claim credit! 🤣
     
    Anyway, there you go. Hope it's of interest to some of you.
     
  9. Happy
    Ian got a reaction from Woody in The Journey of Ianis Hagi - Season 22   
    Season 4
    Last season was pretty eventful with the both of us starting the season at Rangers and finishing up at Villarreal. It was very much a success too as we basically won everything we realistically could, cleaning up both domestic cups and bringing home our first piece of European silverware. We were 19th in the league when we arrived so there wasn’t any real chance we could triumph there but we certainly produced title winning form from then on in, ending up in fifth place.
     
    Things were looking good going into season four, so we were just hoping to further strengthen the squad to give us a good chance of winning the league and going far in Europe.
     
    I felt we needed a quality central midfielder and ended up going big for Guendouzi who seemed like the best option from what was available. We couldn’t seem to get much done back in January in terms of wide players so we needed to address that and I felt we did just that with some decent players arriving. First up was Sottil who came in from Italy, he looked very good and can play on both sides so a nice player to have. Adjapong was next to predominantly play at right wing back but can also play further forward if required. John Ontiveros was very much our first choice for the left of midfield and I had no intention of letting him go until he openly stated that he wanted a new challenge. I couldn’t get him to sign a new deal so in the end after quite a bit of scouring the market we ended up part exchanging him for Reiss Nelson. I also brought Scott McKenna along for the journey, he would very much be third choice at centre back and with only playing one, I wasn’t expecting him to feature much. A couple of youngsters also came through the academy, one being a goalie and the other being a striker and that was the end of our business.


     
    The squad was ready and we had a good early opportunity to see how strong we were as the first match of the season was the European Super Cup against PSG. It didn’t go very well as they literally scored from everything they hit in the first half. Hagi also had to come off with an injury so I was a little bit annoyed to say the least.

     
    The injury turned out to be just a minor one which kind of cheered me up.

     
    He wasn’t long back and then suffered another one. Not a major one again but his attributes had dropped after the first one and still hadn’t come back up so the timing wasn’t the best.

     
    Not long back again and another one. His attributes were still down and it was clearly affecting his performances as he just wasn’t producing. He actually had in his coaching report that he was “affected by recent injury”, and I can vouch for that as he was somewhat stinking the place out compared to what we’ve come to expect from him. He’s got “inconsistent player” in his report too and this is the first time I’ve really felt that with him and it was all very frustrating.

     
    We played Atletico in the semis of both the Spanish Cup and UEFA Cup last season and very much got the better of them in winning both ties. They were obviously out for revenge and got it as they beat us 4-0 in the Super Cup.

     
    Fati scored a last minute winner for Barca as they dumped us out of the Spanish Cup.

     
    We did manage to win the league though which meant we’d won everything possible with Villarreal in terms of domestic trophies.

     
    I felt we were pretty lucky to make it to the European Cup final as we seemed to fluke every round so I wasn’t overly confident going into the final against Chelsea. They won 1-0 and to be perfectly honest we just never looked like scoring.


     
    I wasn’t joking earlier when I mentioned Hagi not producing as he ended the season with just 34 goals and 22 assists in 44 games which is pretty awful compared to his previous returns.

     
    His attributes are right back up now and I think his dribbling has improved on last year so hopefully this season was just a blip and he can get himself back firing next year.


     
    At the end of the season I checked the job market and noticed the Inter Milan job was available. I thought I’d apply and a few days later they made me an offer. Seems they’d had a poor season, only managing to finish in sixth place and all their expectations were for the new manager to improve the club’s squad. A decent £90m transfer budget would be available and they’d be playing in the easier European competition so it was a nice looking offer. Again, like last time I had to think about whether Hagi would follow me, we’d just won the league here and finished runners up in the European Cup but you’d still think Inter would be considered a step up from Villarreal. The money should be there to be able to afford him and this season wasn’t the best so a change of scenery may be just what the doctor ordered for the both of us.

     
    I went for it.

     
    and Hagi will follow later.

     
    Score
     
    Ianis Hagi
     
    Rangers
    Season 01: 55 goals and 43 assists in 50 games
    Season 02: 46 goals and 45 assists in 51 games
    Season 03: 17 goals and 20 assists in 21 games
    Rangers Total: 118 goals and 108 assists in 122 games
     
    Villarreal
    Season 03: 31 goals and 29 assists in 32 games
    Season 04: 34 goals and 22 assists in 44 games
    Villarreal Total: 65 goals and 51 assists in 76 games
     
    Grand Total: 183 goals and 159 assists in 198 games
     
    Thank you for reading.
  10. Favourite
    Ian got a reaction from Rich in The Journey of Ianis Hagi - Season 22   
    Season 3 - Part 2
    I ended the last update in early November as both Hagi and myself had decided to jump ship and move on to Spain. The World Cup was on when we moved so there weren’t any club games until the end of the year and by then the transfer window would be just about to open so I’ll start there with the transfers.
    Minimino was brought in by my predecessor and sold on by myself as part of the deal to bring Hagi to Spain and of course a few of the others weren’t made by myself but I did do a bit of business. We ended up focusing on the spine of the team and just going with what we had for the wide areas, it wasn’t planned to be like that as I’d have preferred to do a bit more business but just couldn’t offload as many players as I’d have liked to and couldn’t get the right players to show up for part exchanges. They were very weak in goal so Mike Maignan came in from France to instantly improve us there. I also felt we badly needed a better first choice centre back and Söyüncü was the man chosen for that role as he came in from Leicester. A decent fee was spent on midfield playmaker Gonçalves who arrived from Sporting, never used him before and he looked decent so it was an intriguing one. Patrik Schick won’t need much introduction as he’s a fine forward and I was happy to be able to sign him. There’s still a lot of work to do with the squad as there is still plenty of deadwood there on high wages so the hope was that we’d be good enough to get us through the season ok to be able to do much more work in the summer.


     
    I had no idea how things would go in Spain to be perfectly honest but it didn’t take long to realise that we were fairly capable and could compete with the better teams as our early form was very good. We beat Atletico away in our very first game before the transfer window had even opened and Barca and Real were both beaten early on as we won the Super Cup. Hagi was very much involved so things were looking very good at this point.


     
    The Spanish Cup was collected too as we beat Real in the final with Hagi again doing well. We avoided Barca in that particular run-in but did have to navigate past Atletico in the semi so it was pretty good going and that’s all of the domestic cup competitions won here already.

     
    We had a good league run too and found ourselves with an outside chance of finishing in the top four with only a few games left. You can also see things went well in Europe as we also had a final to look forward to against Zenit which is another route to European Cup qualification.


     
    It ended up being too much for us to overthrow Valencia and we ended up in fifth.

     
    We were too much for Zenit in the UEFA Cup final though which brings us our first European silverware and with that we can look forward to playing in the big one next season.


     
    Hagi proved he could perform in this league as his return was pretty similar to what he produced in Scotland with 31 goals and 29 assists in 32 games.

     
    I’m not sure there’s going to be much more to come in terms of his attributes improving so it’s just a matter of hoping he can somewhat maintain these returns for most of his peak years.




     
    A very nice season all in all and better than I expected so I’ll have to be very careful with my summer transfers as it’s easy to see how I could do too much and mess things up. On the other hand, it is pretty clear now that we were in a false position when we arrived and perhaps the game gave us a bit of a push to boost us up the league. Basically, with it being a split season I’m not exactly sure how good the team really is so there’s plenty to think about going into the summer transfer window.
     
    Score
     
    Ianis Hagi
     
    Rangers
    Season 01: 55 goals and 43 assists in 50 games
    Season 02: 46 goals and 45 assists in 51 games
    Season 03: 17 goals and 20 assists in 21 games
    Rangers Total: 118 goals and 108 assists in 122 games
     
    Villarreal
    Season 03: 31 goals and 29 assists in 32 games
     
    Grand Total: 149 goals and 137 assists in 154 game
     
    Thank you for reading.
  11. Happy
    Ian got a reaction from Woody in The Journey of Ianis Hagi - Season 22   
    Season 4
    Last season was pretty eventful with the both of us starting the season at Rangers and finishing up at Villarreal. It was very much a success too as we basically won everything we realistically could, cleaning up both domestic cups and bringing home our first piece of European silverware. We were 19th in the league when we arrived so there wasn’t any real chance we could triumph there but we certainly produced title winning form from then on in, ending up in fifth place.
     
    Things were looking good going into season four, so we were just hoping to further strengthen the squad to give us a good chance of winning the league and going far in Europe.
     
    I felt we needed a quality central midfielder and ended up going big for Guendouzi who seemed like the best option from what was available. We couldn’t seem to get much done back in January in terms of wide players so we needed to address that and I felt we did just that with some decent players arriving. First up was Sottil who came in from Italy, he looked very good and can play on both sides so a nice player to have. Adjapong was next to predominantly play at right wing back but can also play further forward if required. John Ontiveros was very much our first choice for the left of midfield and I had no intention of letting him go until he openly stated that he wanted a new challenge. I couldn’t get him to sign a new deal so in the end after quite a bit of scouring the market we ended up part exchanging him for Reiss Nelson. I also brought Scott McKenna along for the journey, he would very much be third choice at centre back and with only playing one, I wasn’t expecting him to feature much. A couple of youngsters also came through the academy, one being a goalie and the other being a striker and that was the end of our business.


     
    The squad was ready and we had a good early opportunity to see how strong we were as the first match of the season was the European Super Cup against PSG. It didn’t go very well as they literally scored from everything they hit in the first half. Hagi also had to come off with an injury so I was a little bit annoyed to say the least.

     
    The injury turned out to be just a minor one which kind of cheered me up.

     
    He wasn’t long back and then suffered another one. Not a major one again but his attributes had dropped after the first one and still hadn’t come back up so the timing wasn’t the best.

     
    Not long back again and another one. His attributes were still down and it was clearly affecting his performances as he just wasn’t producing. He actually had in his coaching report that he was “affected by recent injury”, and I can vouch for that as he was somewhat stinking the place out compared to what we’ve come to expect from him. He’s got “inconsistent player” in his report too and this is the first time I’ve really felt that with him and it was all very frustrating.

     
    We played Atletico in the semis of both the Spanish Cup and UEFA Cup last season and very much got the better of them in winning both ties. They were obviously out for revenge and got it as they beat us 4-0 in the Super Cup.

     
    Fati scored a last minute winner for Barca as they dumped us out of the Spanish Cup.

     
    We did manage to win the league though which meant we’d won everything possible with Villarreal in terms of domestic trophies.

     
    I felt we were pretty lucky to make it to the European Cup final as we seemed to fluke every round so I wasn’t overly confident going into the final against Chelsea. They won 1-0 and to be perfectly honest we just never looked like scoring.


     
    I wasn’t joking earlier when I mentioned Hagi not producing as he ended the season with just 34 goals and 22 assists in 44 games which is pretty awful compared to his previous returns.

     
    His attributes are right back up now and I think his dribbling has improved on last year so hopefully this season was just a blip and he can get himself back firing next year.


     
    At the end of the season I checked the job market and noticed the Inter Milan job was available. I thought I’d apply and a few days later they made me an offer. Seems they’d had a poor season, only managing to finish in sixth place and all their expectations were for the new manager to improve the club’s squad. A decent £90m transfer budget would be available and they’d be playing in the easier European competition so it was a nice looking offer. Again, like last time I had to think about whether Hagi would follow me, we’d just won the league here and finished runners up in the European Cup but you’d still think Inter would be considered a step up from Villarreal. The money should be there to be able to afford him and this season wasn’t the best so a change of scenery may be just what the doctor ordered for the both of us.

     
    I went for it.

     
    and Hagi will follow later.

     
    Score
     
    Ianis Hagi
     
    Rangers
    Season 01: 55 goals and 43 assists in 50 games
    Season 02: 46 goals and 45 assists in 51 games
    Season 03: 17 goals and 20 assists in 21 games
    Rangers Total: 118 goals and 108 assists in 122 games
     
    Villarreal
    Season 03: 31 goals and 29 assists in 32 games
    Season 04: 34 goals and 22 assists in 44 games
    Villarreal Total: 65 goals and 51 assists in 76 games
     
    Grand Total: 183 goals and 159 assists in 198 games
     
    Thank you for reading.
  12. Happy
    Ian got a reaction from Woody in The Journey of Ianis Hagi - Season 22   
    Season 4
    Last season was pretty eventful with the both of us starting the season at Rangers and finishing up at Villarreal. It was very much a success too as we basically won everything we realistically could, cleaning up both domestic cups and bringing home our first piece of European silverware. We were 19th in the league when we arrived so there wasn’t any real chance we could triumph there but we certainly produced title winning form from then on in, ending up in fifth place.
     
    Things were looking good going into season four, so we were just hoping to further strengthen the squad to give us a good chance of winning the league and going far in Europe.
     
    I felt we needed a quality central midfielder and ended up going big for Guendouzi who seemed like the best option from what was available. We couldn’t seem to get much done back in January in terms of wide players so we needed to address that and I felt we did just that with some decent players arriving. First up was Sottil who came in from Italy, he looked very good and can play on both sides so a nice player to have. Adjapong was next to predominantly play at right wing back but can also play further forward if required. John Ontiveros was very much our first choice for the left of midfield and I had no intention of letting him go until he openly stated that he wanted a new challenge. I couldn’t get him to sign a new deal so in the end after quite a bit of scouring the market we ended up part exchanging him for Reiss Nelson. I also brought Scott McKenna along for the journey, he would very much be third choice at centre back and with only playing one, I wasn’t expecting him to feature much. A couple of youngsters also came through the academy, one being a goalie and the other being a striker and that was the end of our business.


     
    The squad was ready and we had a good early opportunity to see how strong we were as the first match of the season was the European Super Cup against PSG. It didn’t go very well as they literally scored from everything they hit in the first half. Hagi also had to come off with an injury so I was a little bit annoyed to say the least.

     
    The injury turned out to be just a minor one which kind of cheered me up.

     
    He wasn’t long back and then suffered another one. Not a major one again but his attributes had dropped after the first one and still hadn’t come back up so the timing wasn’t the best.

     
    Not long back again and another one. His attributes were still down and it was clearly affecting his performances as he just wasn’t producing. He actually had in his coaching report that he was “affected by recent injury”, and I can vouch for that as he was somewhat stinking the place out compared to what we’ve come to expect from him. He’s got “inconsistent player” in his report too and this is the first time I’ve really felt that with him and it was all very frustrating.

     
    We played Atletico in the semis of both the Spanish Cup and UEFA Cup last season and very much got the better of them in winning both ties. They were obviously out for revenge and got it as they beat us 4-0 in the Super Cup.

     
    Fati scored a last minute winner for Barca as they dumped us out of the Spanish Cup.

     
    We did manage to win the league though which meant we’d won everything possible with Villarreal in terms of domestic trophies.

     
    I felt we were pretty lucky to make it to the European Cup final as we seemed to fluke every round so I wasn’t overly confident going into the final against Chelsea. They won 1-0 and to be perfectly honest we just never looked like scoring.


     
    I wasn’t joking earlier when I mentioned Hagi not producing as he ended the season with just 34 goals and 22 assists in 44 games which is pretty awful compared to his previous returns.

     
    His attributes are right back up now and I think his dribbling has improved on last year so hopefully this season was just a blip and he can get himself back firing next year.


     
    At the end of the season I checked the job market and noticed the Inter Milan job was available. I thought I’d apply and a few days later they made me an offer. Seems they’d had a poor season, only managing to finish in sixth place and all their expectations were for the new manager to improve the club’s squad. A decent £90m transfer budget would be available and they’d be playing in the easier European competition so it was a nice looking offer. Again, like last time I had to think about whether Hagi would follow me, we’d just won the league here and finished runners up in the European Cup but you’d still think Inter would be considered a step up from Villarreal. The money should be there to be able to afford him and this season wasn’t the best so a change of scenery may be just what the doctor ordered for the both of us.

     
    I went for it.

     
    and Hagi will follow later.

     
    Score
     
    Ianis Hagi
     
    Rangers
    Season 01: 55 goals and 43 assists in 50 games
    Season 02: 46 goals and 45 assists in 51 games
    Season 03: 17 goals and 20 assists in 21 games
    Rangers Total: 118 goals and 108 assists in 122 games
     
    Villarreal
    Season 03: 31 goals and 29 assists in 32 games
    Season 04: 34 goals and 22 assists in 44 games
    Villarreal Total: 65 goals and 51 assists in 76 games
     
    Grand Total: 183 goals and 159 assists in 198 games
     
    Thank you for reading.
  13. Favourite
    Ian got a reaction from Rich in The Journey of Ianis Hagi - Season 22   
    Season 3 - Part 2
    I ended the last update in early November as both Hagi and myself had decided to jump ship and move on to Spain. The World Cup was on when we moved so there weren’t any club games until the end of the year and by then the transfer window would be just about to open so I’ll start there with the transfers.
    Minimino was brought in by my predecessor and sold on by myself as part of the deal to bring Hagi to Spain and of course a few of the others weren’t made by myself but I did do a bit of business. We ended up focusing on the spine of the team and just going with what we had for the wide areas, it wasn’t planned to be like that as I’d have preferred to do a bit more business but just couldn’t offload as many players as I’d have liked to and couldn’t get the right players to show up for part exchanges. They were very weak in goal so Mike Maignan came in from France to instantly improve us there. I also felt we badly needed a better first choice centre back and Söyüncü was the man chosen for that role as he came in from Leicester. A decent fee was spent on midfield playmaker Gonçalves who arrived from Sporting, never used him before and he looked decent so it was an intriguing one. Patrik Schick won’t need much introduction as he’s a fine forward and I was happy to be able to sign him. There’s still a lot of work to do with the squad as there is still plenty of deadwood there on high wages so the hope was that we’d be good enough to get us through the season ok to be able to do much more work in the summer.


     
    I had no idea how things would go in Spain to be perfectly honest but it didn’t take long to realise that we were fairly capable and could compete with the better teams as our early form was very good. We beat Atletico away in our very first game before the transfer window had even opened and Barca and Real were both beaten early on as we won the Super Cup. Hagi was very much involved so things were looking very good at this point.


     
    The Spanish Cup was collected too as we beat Real in the final with Hagi again doing well. We avoided Barca in that particular run-in but did have to navigate past Atletico in the semi so it was pretty good going and that’s all of the domestic cup competitions won here already.

     
    We had a good league run too and found ourselves with an outside chance of finishing in the top four with only a few games left. You can also see things went well in Europe as we also had a final to look forward to against Zenit which is another route to European Cup qualification.


     
    It ended up being too much for us to overthrow Valencia and we ended up in fifth.

     
    We were too much for Zenit in the UEFA Cup final though which brings us our first European silverware and with that we can look forward to playing in the big one next season.


     
    Hagi proved he could perform in this league as his return was pretty similar to what he produced in Scotland with 31 goals and 29 assists in 32 games.

     
    I’m not sure there’s going to be much more to come in terms of his attributes improving so it’s just a matter of hoping he can somewhat maintain these returns for most of his peak years.




     
    A very nice season all in all and better than I expected so I’ll have to be very careful with my summer transfers as it’s easy to see how I could do too much and mess things up. On the other hand, it is pretty clear now that we were in a false position when we arrived and perhaps the game gave us a bit of a push to boost us up the league. Basically, with it being a split season I’m not exactly sure how good the team really is so there’s plenty to think about going into the summer transfer window.
     
    Score
     
    Ianis Hagi
     
    Rangers
    Season 01: 55 goals and 43 assists in 50 games
    Season 02: 46 goals and 45 assists in 51 games
    Season 03: 17 goals and 20 assists in 21 games
    Rangers Total: 118 goals and 108 assists in 122 games
     
    Villarreal
    Season 03: 31 goals and 29 assists in 32 games
     
    Grand Total: 149 goals and 137 assists in 154 game
     
    Thank you for reading.
  14. Favourite
    Ian got a reaction from Scratch in The Journey of Ianis Hagi - Season 22   
    Thank you Scratch, it was a bit as you always have that fear that he either wouldn’t even want the move or would have too high a wage demand. Him being unhappy and wanting a move made the decision much easier as I just felt I had to go for it and I did have a lot of confidence that he’d come. It went well for us both so it was then just a matter of trying to get things right at struggling Villarreal.
  15. Favourite
    Ian got a reaction from Rich in The Journey of Ianis Hagi - Season 22   
    Season 3 - Part 2
    I ended the last update in early November as both Hagi and myself had decided to jump ship and move on to Spain. The World Cup was on when we moved so there weren’t any club games until the end of the year and by then the transfer window would be just about to open so I’ll start there with the transfers.
    Minimino was brought in by my predecessor and sold on by myself as part of the deal to bring Hagi to Spain and of course a few of the others weren’t made by myself but I did do a bit of business. We ended up focusing on the spine of the team and just going with what we had for the wide areas, it wasn’t planned to be like that as I’d have preferred to do a bit more business but just couldn’t offload as many players as I’d have liked to and couldn’t get the right players to show up for part exchanges. They were very weak in goal so Mike Maignan came in from France to instantly improve us there. I also felt we badly needed a better first choice centre back and Söyüncü was the man chosen for that role as he came in from Leicester. A decent fee was spent on midfield playmaker Gonçalves who arrived from Sporting, never used him before and he looked decent so it was an intriguing one. Patrik Schick won’t need much introduction as he’s a fine forward and I was happy to be able to sign him. There’s still a lot of work to do with the squad as there is still plenty of deadwood there on high wages so the hope was that we’d be good enough to get us through the season ok to be able to do much more work in the summer.


     
    I had no idea how things would go in Spain to be perfectly honest but it didn’t take long to realise that we were fairly capable and could compete with the better teams as our early form was very good. We beat Atletico away in our very first game before the transfer window had even opened and Barca and Real were both beaten early on as we won the Super Cup. Hagi was very much involved so things were looking very good at this point.


     
    The Spanish Cup was collected too as we beat Real in the final with Hagi again doing well. We avoided Barca in that particular run-in but did have to navigate past Atletico in the semi so it was pretty good going and that’s all of the domestic cup competitions won here already.

     
    We had a good league run too and found ourselves with an outside chance of finishing in the top four with only a few games left. You can also see things went well in Europe as we also had a final to look forward to against Zenit which is another route to European Cup qualification.


     
    It ended up being too much for us to overthrow Valencia and we ended up in fifth.

     
    We were too much for Zenit in the UEFA Cup final though which brings us our first European silverware and with that we can look forward to playing in the big one next season.


     
    Hagi proved he could perform in this league as his return was pretty similar to what he produced in Scotland with 31 goals and 29 assists in 32 games.

     
    I’m not sure there’s going to be much more to come in terms of his attributes improving so it’s just a matter of hoping he can somewhat maintain these returns for most of his peak years.




     
    A very nice season all in all and better than I expected so I’ll have to be very careful with my summer transfers as it’s easy to see how I could do too much and mess things up. On the other hand, it is pretty clear now that we were in a false position when we arrived and perhaps the game gave us a bit of a push to boost us up the league. Basically, with it being a split season I’m not exactly sure how good the team really is so there’s plenty to think about going into the summer transfer window.
     
    Score
     
    Ianis Hagi
     
    Rangers
    Season 01: 55 goals and 43 assists in 50 games
    Season 02: 46 goals and 45 assists in 51 games
    Season 03: 17 goals and 20 assists in 21 games
    Rangers Total: 118 goals and 108 assists in 122 games
     
    Villarreal
    Season 03: 31 goals and 29 assists in 32 games
     
    Grand Total: 149 goals and 137 assists in 154 game
     
    Thank you for reading.
  16. Favourite
    Ian got a reaction from Titjes in The Journey of Ianis Hagi - Season 22   
    Season 3
    We’ve had two decent seasons so far but haven’t quite managed to get anything going in Europe which has been a little disappointing if I’m being honest so I was determined to improve things there. I’d also be perfectly happy to move on should the right job come up but can’t control that so the focus going into season three was to try and improve the squad at Rangers.
     
    Just a few transfers that we were hoping would improve us. Our star Austrian striker had had enough and wanted to leave, and leave he did. We also made good money on young Tony Weston who was somewhat decent but the offer was just too good to refuse. First choice right wing back Tavernier’s contract was up and at 31 years old we decided to let him go, so needed a replacement. We ended up getting two as McCrorie came in from Aberdeen and Pole Bereszyński arrived from Sampdoria. We went to Sampdoria again as we brought in Jankto to play on either flank or even in the middle if required. The ever reliable Shandon Baptiste was added to our ranks as an option in centre midfield and we replaced the outgoing Austrian forward with two youngsters on loan in Edmondson from Leeds and Zirkzee from Bayern.

     
    We were looking to improve a bit in terms of team results and things started well in that regard as we’d only dropped points in one league game by the time things stopped for the winter World Cup. Just the three goals conceded too so definitely an improvement there.

     
    Things went much better in Europe too as we managed to qualify for the knockout stages. I did make a slight tactical change this season in changing the passing from short to mixed which was something that had worked on a somewhat similar tactic of mine a while back. I’ve been tempted to try it a few times during the first couple of seasons but Hagi was doing so well and I just didn’t want to risk messing things up for him.


     
    So, team results have certainly been a bit better but that wouldn’t mean much if the main man had gone backwards. He didn’t as he passed the test with 17 goals and 20 assists in the first 21 games so I was very happy at this stage.

     
    This was almost certainly the highlight game as Hagi lost his cool and got himself sent off. You could say his indiscipline spread as our goalie also walked at around the hour mark. Still, we won and sent a message out that no one comes to the Ibrox and has an easy game.

     
    Unfortunately, just at the World Cup mid season break Ianis decided he was too good for us and wanted a move to a bigger club. He still loved me though and I certainly wanted to keep it that way so didn’t want to rock the boat.


     
    On the same day I received a job offer from Villarreal which was rather enticing. First thing I looked at was their transfer budget to see if the funds would be there to be able to afford Hagi. £76m it was and a squad filled with loads of fairly high valued players told me that money should in theory be no problem.


     
    The team were in the European Cup but bowed out at the group stage, finishing in third place which is probably another plus as they’ll drop into the easier UEFA Cup.

     
    They were 19th in the league though which isn’t exactly great but taking everything into account, it was fairly clear that they were almost certainly in a false position.

     
    I had to ask myself whether this would be considered a step up for Hagi though as no disrespect to Villarreal but they aren’t Barca, Real or Atletico. I thought about it for a bit and felt I had to go for it as I was fairly confident he’d come with me and also the fact he was now unhappy at Rangers came into my thinking as that would be a pain going forward.
     
    I took up their offer.

     
    And so did Hagi.

     
    More later.
     
    Thank you for reading. 
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    Ian got a reaction from Titjes in The Journey of Ianis Hagi - Season 22   
    Season 3
    We’ve had two decent seasons so far but haven’t quite managed to get anything going in Europe which has been a little disappointing if I’m being honest so I was determined to improve things there. I’d also be perfectly happy to move on should the right job come up but can’t control that so the focus going into season three was to try and improve the squad at Rangers.
     
    Just a few transfers that we were hoping would improve us. Our star Austrian striker had had enough and wanted to leave, and leave he did. We also made good money on young Tony Weston who was somewhat decent but the offer was just too good to refuse. First choice right wing back Tavernier’s contract was up and at 31 years old we decided to let him go, so needed a replacement. We ended up getting two as McCrorie came in from Aberdeen and Pole Bereszyński arrived from Sampdoria. We went to Sampdoria again as we brought in Jankto to play on either flank or even in the middle if required. The ever reliable Shandon Baptiste was added to our ranks as an option in centre midfield and we replaced the outgoing Austrian forward with two youngsters on loan in Edmondson from Leeds and Zirkzee from Bayern.

     
    We were looking to improve a bit in terms of team results and things started well in that regard as we’d only dropped points in one league game by the time things stopped for the winter World Cup. Just the three goals conceded too so definitely an improvement there.

     
    Things went much better in Europe too as we managed to qualify for the knockout stages. I did make a slight tactical change this season in changing the passing from short to mixed which was something that had worked on a somewhat similar tactic of mine a while back. I’ve been tempted to try it a few times during the first couple of seasons but Hagi was doing so well and I just didn’t want to risk messing things up for him.


     
    So, team results have certainly been a bit better but that wouldn’t mean much if the main man had gone backwards. He didn’t as he passed the test with 17 goals and 20 assists in the first 21 games so I was very happy at this stage.

     
    This was almost certainly the highlight game as Hagi lost his cool and got himself sent off. You could say his indiscipline spread as our goalie also walked at around the hour mark. Still, we won and sent a message out that no one comes to the Ibrox and has an easy game.

     
    Unfortunately, just at the World Cup mid season break Ianis decided he was too good for us and wanted a move to a bigger club. He still loved me though and I certainly wanted to keep it that way so didn’t want to rock the boat.


     
    On the same day I received a job offer from Villarreal which was rather enticing. First thing I looked at was their transfer budget to see if the funds would be there to be able to afford Hagi. £76m it was and a squad filled with loads of fairly high valued players told me that money should in theory be no problem.


     
    The team were in the European Cup but bowed out at the group stage, finishing in third place which is probably another plus as they’ll drop into the easier UEFA Cup.

     
    They were 19th in the league though which isn’t exactly great but taking everything into account, it was fairly clear that they were almost certainly in a false position.

     
    I had to ask myself whether this would be considered a step up for Hagi though as no disrespect to Villarreal but they aren’t Barca, Real or Atletico. I thought about it for a bit and felt I had to go for it as I was fairly confident he’d come with me and also the fact he was now unhappy at Rangers came into my thinking as that would be a pain going forward.
     
    I took up their offer.

     
    And so did Hagi.

     
    More later.
     
    Thank you for reading. 
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    Ian got a reaction from Titjes in The Journey of Ianis Hagi - Season 22   
    Season 3
    We’ve had two decent seasons so far but haven’t quite managed to get anything going in Europe which has been a little disappointing if I’m being honest so I was determined to improve things there. I’d also be perfectly happy to move on should the right job come up but can’t control that so the focus going into season three was to try and improve the squad at Rangers.
     
    Just a few transfers that we were hoping would improve us. Our star Austrian striker had had enough and wanted to leave, and leave he did. We also made good money on young Tony Weston who was somewhat decent but the offer was just too good to refuse. First choice right wing back Tavernier’s contract was up and at 31 years old we decided to let him go, so needed a replacement. We ended up getting two as McCrorie came in from Aberdeen and Pole Bereszyński arrived from Sampdoria. We went to Sampdoria again as we brought in Jankto to play on either flank or even in the middle if required. The ever reliable Shandon Baptiste was added to our ranks as an option in centre midfield and we replaced the outgoing Austrian forward with two youngsters on loan in Edmondson from Leeds and Zirkzee from Bayern.

     
    We were looking to improve a bit in terms of team results and things started well in that regard as we’d only dropped points in one league game by the time things stopped for the winter World Cup. Just the three goals conceded too so definitely an improvement there.

     
    Things went much better in Europe too as we managed to qualify for the knockout stages. I did make a slight tactical change this season in changing the passing from short to mixed which was something that had worked on a somewhat similar tactic of mine a while back. I’ve been tempted to try it a few times during the first couple of seasons but Hagi was doing so well and I just didn’t want to risk messing things up for him.


     
    So, team results have certainly been a bit better but that wouldn’t mean much if the main man had gone backwards. He didn’t as he passed the test with 17 goals and 20 assists in the first 21 games so I was very happy at this stage.

     
    This was almost certainly the highlight game as Hagi lost his cool and got himself sent off. You could say his indiscipline spread as our goalie also walked at around the hour mark. Still, we won and sent a message out that no one comes to the Ibrox and has an easy game.

     
    Unfortunately, just at the World Cup mid season break Ianis decided he was too good for us and wanted a move to a bigger club. He still loved me though and I certainly wanted to keep it that way so didn’t want to rock the boat.


     
    On the same day I received a job offer from Villarreal which was rather enticing. First thing I looked at was their transfer budget to see if the funds would be there to be able to afford Hagi. £76m it was and a squad filled with loads of fairly high valued players told me that money should in theory be no problem.


     
    The team were in the European Cup but bowed out at the group stage, finishing in third place which is probably another plus as they’ll drop into the easier UEFA Cup.

     
    They were 19th in the league though which isn’t exactly great but taking everything into account, it was fairly clear that they were almost certainly in a false position.

     
    I had to ask myself whether this would be considered a step up for Hagi though as no disrespect to Villarreal but they aren’t Barca, Real or Atletico. I thought about it for a bit and felt I had to go for it as I was fairly confident he’d come with me and also the fact he was now unhappy at Rangers came into my thinking as that would be a pain going forward.
     
    I took up their offer.

     
    And so did Hagi.

     
    More later.
     
    Thank you for reading. 
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    Ian reacted to Scratch in Scratch's Heist Off - The Celtic 5 v The Scorned 6 [Ermm]   
    Season 4
    We're slowly getting through this save. We're definitely on pace for 1.5K goals and almost on pace for 1K assists, so it's looking good.
     
    Transfers
    Not a lot of movement this time around - a couple of fringe players sold, a couple of promising youngsters coming in and ... Joe Willock. I really didn't need Willock and he didn't do that well to be honest, but at £2.2M I couldn't resist. I'll probably have to sell him next season though.
     
    Results

    We won everything domestically, scoring 155 goals in the league (and winning every game), but Liverpool knocked us out of the UCL at the semi final stage. We've normally won the UCL by now, so that's a real target for next year now.
     
    The Lads
    Here's what they look like at the end of the season:





    A couple of the lads showing signs of being slightly worse off from the injuries. Speaking of which...
     
    Injuries
    A few injuries this year (not counting in game injuries to a couple of the lads):
    Colidio: 2 weeks.
    Hornby: 2 weeks, then 3 weeks, then another 3 weeks which turned into 2 months for physio.
    Armstrong: 1 month.
    A particularly bad season for Hornby, missing over 3 months in the end.
     
    Progress
    Here's how they did:

    Full History screens:
    That gives us:
      Armstrong Colido Hornsby Unuvar Vignato Season G A G A G A G A G A 01 61 8 23 17 44 15 18 8 6 40 02 60 11 37 20 39 23 26 16 10 38 03 57 7 32 21 35 23 26 15 14 32 04 62 9 46 21 36 11 31 26 7 38 Totals 240 35 138 79 154 72 101 65 37 148 Not bad when you take into account the injuries - I think if we could get a injury free season our score would be massive!
     
    The Chase
      The Celtic 5 The Scorned 6 Season Goals Assists Goals Assists 01 152 88 147 95 02 172 108 173 95 03 164 98 176 134 04 182 105     Totals 670 399 496 324 Edit by Mr Bite: I added the comparison table, but Scratch definitely suspects something now.
     
    Final Thoughts
    Another good season and we'll only get better from here on in, as our supporting players reach true world class level.
    There is something fishy going on here though, it seems there have been some strange posts in this thread that I can't work out. Not sure what to make of them, but will be looking into it.
    Thanks for reading.
     
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    Ian got a reaction from Titjes in The Journey of Ianis Hagi - Season 22   
    Season 3
    We’ve had two decent seasons so far but haven’t quite managed to get anything going in Europe which has been a little disappointing if I’m being honest so I was determined to improve things there. I’d also be perfectly happy to move on should the right job come up but can’t control that so the focus going into season three was to try and improve the squad at Rangers.
     
    Just a few transfers that we were hoping would improve us. Our star Austrian striker had had enough and wanted to leave, and leave he did. We also made good money on young Tony Weston who was somewhat decent but the offer was just too good to refuse. First choice right wing back Tavernier’s contract was up and at 31 years old we decided to let him go, so needed a replacement. We ended up getting two as McCrorie came in from Aberdeen and Pole Bereszyński arrived from Sampdoria. We went to Sampdoria again as we brought in Jankto to play on either flank or even in the middle if required. The ever reliable Shandon Baptiste was added to our ranks as an option in centre midfield and we replaced the outgoing Austrian forward with two youngsters on loan in Edmondson from Leeds and Zirkzee from Bayern.

     
    We were looking to improve a bit in terms of team results and things started well in that regard as we’d only dropped points in one league game by the time things stopped for the winter World Cup. Just the three goals conceded too so definitely an improvement there.

     
    Things went much better in Europe too as we managed to qualify for the knockout stages. I did make a slight tactical change this season in changing the passing from short to mixed which was something that had worked on a somewhat similar tactic of mine a while back. I’ve been tempted to try it a few times during the first couple of seasons but Hagi was doing so well and I just didn’t want to risk messing things up for him.


     
    So, team results have certainly been a bit better but that wouldn’t mean much if the main man had gone backwards. He didn’t as he passed the test with 17 goals and 20 assists in the first 21 games so I was very happy at this stage.

     
    This was almost certainly the highlight game as Hagi lost his cool and got himself sent off. You could say his indiscipline spread as our goalie also walked at around the hour mark. Still, we won and sent a message out that no one comes to the Ibrox and has an easy game.

     
    Unfortunately, just at the World Cup mid season break Ianis decided he was too good for us and wanted a move to a bigger club. He still loved me though and I certainly wanted to keep it that way so didn’t want to rock the boat.


     
    On the same day I received a job offer from Villarreal which was rather enticing. First thing I looked at was their transfer budget to see if the funds would be there to be able to afford Hagi. £76m it was and a squad filled with loads of fairly high valued players told me that money should in theory be no problem.


     
    The team were in the European Cup but bowed out at the group stage, finishing in third place which is probably another plus as they’ll drop into the easier UEFA Cup.

     
    They were 19th in the league though which isn’t exactly great but taking everything into account, it was fairly clear that they were almost certainly in a false position.

     
    I had to ask myself whether this would be considered a step up for Hagi though as no disrespect to Villarreal but they aren’t Barca, Real or Atletico. I thought about it for a bit and felt I had to go for it as I was fairly confident he’d come with me and also the fact he was now unhappy at Rangers came into my thinking as that would be a pain going forward.
     
    I took up their offer.

     
    And so did Hagi.

     
    More later.
     
    Thank you for reading. 
  21. Favourite
    Ian got a reaction from Scratch in The Journey of Ianis Hagi - Season 22   
    Thank you Danish Salmon, hopefully we can get some European success soon, either at Rangers or a team abroad if a job comes up.
    Thanks Scratch, it was great at the time and we certainly felt good after the game. You then think he’s going to do that every game but as is life, things don’t always pan out how you want or expect. Still, can’t complain and onwards and upwards.
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    Ian got a reaction from Rich in A Devine Career (Strikerless, Season 8)   
    Can’t say I’m overly familiar with the player so it’ll be interesting to see how he develops.
    Best of luck.
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    Ian got a reaction from Titjes in The Journey of Ianis Hagi - Season 22   
    Season 2
    The opening season was very much a success as Hagi got himself off to a great start and the team performed well in winning all of their domestic competitions. Europe was decent too as they got through to the knockout stage of the UEFA Cup which is all I was expecting. There’s still plenty of work to do though as we did struggle against all of the stronger teams and our big rivals Celtic in particular who beat us three times out of the four games we faced them in.
    Simple stuff now in theory as we’re just looking to go into the transfer market with the aim of improving the squad.
     
    We certainly made more incoming transfers this season and it was the sale of our first choice left wing back Barisic that helped fund things. It was one of them where I wasn’t sure what to do as I didn’t really plan on letting him go but then the big offer came in and I had to think about it. Ultimately I saw the pound signs and decided to let him go thinking we could do a lot with that kind of money. We obviously then needed a new first choice left wing back to replace him and the Greek guy Giorgos was the chosen player arriving from Italy. I mentioned Foulon last time as he was bought at the end of the first season and he’ll be a nice second choice to the Greek. We went to Italy again to sign a new first choice keeper in Montipó who would replace the retiring McGregor, he seems like a decent keeper for the money we spent. Merquelanz is a steady left sided player who I felt would improve us and Gaćinović is a good utility player as he can play in practically every position in the final third. Ofoborh came up on the free list and looked like a half decent central midfielder so we took a punt on him as he should at the least provide good cover. A young centre back was brought through the academy in Burt and a few youngsters were loaned in to bolster the squad and I’m guessing most of you will be aware of at least two of them. Tyler Adams didn’t stay long as it turned out as he picked up a bad injury early on in the season and went back to Leipzig.

     
    We avoided Celtic in both domestic cup competitions last year but no such luck this time as we met them in the semi final of the League Cup. They won unfortunately.

     
    Hagi single-handedly put Forfar to the sword in the fourth round of the Scottish Cup as he scored eight in a 9-0 victory.

     
    The European Cup didn’t go too well as we couldn’t qualify for the knockout stages but it wasn’t so bad as third place meant we dropped into the UEFA Cup.

     
    It ended at the same stage as last time though with Marseille breaking our hearts in the first knockout round. A bit frustrating really as we missed a penalty in both matches which ultimately cost us.


     
    Real Madrid were looking for a new manager in January so I went for it. There wasn’t much confidence there that we’d get it and that proved to be the case as they quickly appointed Jose. Hopefully we’ll get our move eventually.

     
    We won the Scottish Cup again and actually managed to beat Celtic in the fifth round which was pleasing. The final was very one sided with Hagi coming up with the goods again in scoring all four of our goals against the Hibees.

     
    The league was won again but there were plenty of dropped points so it’s not like we’re formidable.

     
    It was very much the front three again and they’re all considered as our star players which certainly looks nice. Not quite as many goals for Hagi this year though, more on that later but can’t really complain as his numbers are still fine for me.

     
    I’m not sure how much development is left in him but he certainly looks good. A bit more on his stamina would be nice and perhaps his shooting too but it’s not something I’m going to fret over as he’s proved he can do it as is. If we do end up going to Spain or Italy it’ll be interesting to see how he performs in those leagues but can’t be getting ahead of ourselves at this stage.

     
    Again, a slight drop off in his goal return and his league return in particular which is a little concerning. He had that mega game in the cup though where he scored eight goals and after that he had a bit of a dry spell so I’m hoping that that was just the game kind of balancing things out. We’ll find out soon enough though I guess.

     
    Discipline down again which is somewhat amusing after I mentioned missing red cards last time and I obviously didn’t learn from it.

     
    Another season done and we keep going. We’ve won all of the domestic competitions here and I feel we’re ready to move on so we just have to hope a good offer comes in sometime soon from a decent team in either Italy or Spain.
     
    Score
     
    Ianis Hagi
    Season 01: 55 goals and 43 assists in 50 games
    Season 02: 46 goals and 45 assists in 51 games
    Total: 101 goals and 88 assists in 101 games
     
    Thanks for reading.
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    Ian got a reaction from Scratch in The Journey of Ianis Hagi - Season 22   
    Thank you Scratch, I certainly do need to try and remember the fines for red cards otherwise the players will walk all over me.
    I do like the three up top like this. I’ve tested a few different roles for the front two but always seem to go back to the DLF’s. Seems to offer a good balance for goals and assists for the T guy. I found with the other roles that there’s slightly more crosses coming in and successfully too which is fine and works well but at the same time seems to take a bit away from the T as he’s not quite involved as much. With the DLF’s I find I can get practically everything going through the middle and you’re then just hoping the three are up to the task. 
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    Ian got a reaction from Albionic in The Journey of Ianis Hagi - Season 22   
    Season 1
    Here we go then with the season one update.
     
    We went into this season obviously hoping Hagi would get himself off to a decent start but as we’re managing Rangers we were also expecting the team to do well domestically. Europe would be treated as a bit of a bonus if I’m being honest, especially given the rough schedule in the opening season so just getting through the group stage would be considered a success for me.
    I had a system in mind, looked at the squad and decided that we were pretty strong so there wasn’t much transfer action really with just one player coming in before the season began. I felt we needed a better first choice striker to play alongside Morelos so went pretty big for this Austrian guy who often appears in my searches. The other transfer Foulon was brought in after the season ended, he is a left wing back and is expected to be a rotation option next year.

     
    This is the system I went with below. I’d done the striker peak years challenge a few months back with three forward players who were positioned the same way with Bruno Fernandes very much being the main man in the T position. We were at Real Madrid and it was dream team stuff as we had the resources to buy practically anyone we wanted to. Anyway, that went well and the 2-5-1-2 system worked a treat in terms of both team results and the challengers doing their stuff. This was before the winter update though and I just haven’t been able to get the tactic quite right since then. Don’t get me wrong, the tactic as it was still works in terms of the three players and the T guy in particular doing well but the team results are just not there. I felt as though it’s the obvious weakness down the flanks that may well be causing the issues so decided to make a slight change to hopefully somewhat combat that in going with two inverted wingbacks along the back line with just one central defender and just four in the midfield line. Of course, we’re now weak in central defence with just one defender there so no doubt we’ll pay for that at times but hopefully we’ll still have a strong enough output at the other end to come out on top more times than not.

     
    I felt we were drawn into a decent UEFA Cup group with two less than great teams and the fairly decent Feyenoord. It went well as we ended up finishing top and scored a good amount of goals too.

     
    Leipzig were drawn against us in the first knockout round and that’s where our run ended. It’s not like they were just too much for us as both games were tight and Scott Arfield getting himself sent off in the return home leg certainly didn’t help our cause. Still, we’re happy enough as we at least made it through the group stage.


     
    We won the League Cup, beating Raith Rovers in the final with Hagi netting two of our three goals. We managed to avoid Celtic throughout which helped.

     
    The Scottish Cup was also won as we came out on top against Aberdeen in a high scoring final. Again, we managed to avoid Celtic to aid our cause.

     
    Celtic were there right until the end in the league but we managed to come out on top. They beat us in three of the four games we played them though, our only league defeats as it turned out so we still have plenty of work to do as we’re clearly not strong enough to fend off the stronger teams.

     
    It was very much the front three and Hagi in particular who were our main attacking threat as they made up the bulk of our goals and assists. Morelos also managed to avoid getting himself sent off, although that was actually a bit of a disappointment in truth. A very nice start for Hagi anyway with 55 goals and 43 assists which was better than I was expecting really.

     
    He really improved during the season until he suffered a little three week injury in March which knocked back some of his attributes and they haven’t quite come back up yet. I’m sure he was at green level at a good few of those with red downward arrows and really looked the part so hopefully those come back up next year.



     
    Not much to say regarding my manager profile. Discipline is down a bit which probably means I’ve forgotten to fine someone after a red card which isn’t at all uncommon for me.


     
    Decent start all in all and we just need to keep going. In an ideal world we’d be looking at moving to a decent team in either Spain or Italy within the first few years so all we can do try to remain successful and keep an eye on the job market and hope the right job comes up at the right time.
     
    Score
     
    Ianis Hagi
    Season 01: 55 goals and 43 assists in 50 games
     
    Thank you for reading.
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