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  1. Funny
    Rob got a reaction from Baddar in I want to install my face in the game. What to do?   
    I can’t believe your passing is only 19. Terrible.
  2. Funny
    Rob got a reaction from Baddar in I want to install my face in the game. What to do?   
    I can’t believe your passing is only 19. Terrible.
  3. Funny
    Rob reacted to DutchTony in I want to install my face in the game. What to do?   
    I can't believe your squad status is 'Backup'.
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    Rob reacted to danovic78 in The Fabled Number 10 Shirt: A Juventus Challenge   
    The Fabled Number 10 Shirt: A Juventus Challenge

    THE NUMBER 10 SHIRT IS SACRED IN FOOTBALL. It’s a number that carries much pressure and weight given its tradition and the players who have worn it in the past. That is no truer than at Juventus, a club with over a century of history. The legendary Italian side, winners of 33 Scudetti titles and a two-time European champion, has featured some of the world’s best players who have donned that legendary shirt.
    No less than three Balon d’Or winners have worn it in addition to a host of Italian and international stars. When attacking midfielder Paulo Dybala was given that number last summer ahead of the start of the Serie A season, the Argentine wrote on Instagram that he knew how important it is to the club and its fans.
    “When they asked me to change numbers, I stopped and thought about whether it was a good idea to leave number 21 that has been for me – as it will still be for the national team – a number that I care for very much and that has helped me win lots of trophies and was also worn by top players such as Zidane and Pirlo,” he wrote. “But the number 10 is a special shirt and an honour to wear it, brings with it lots of responsibility and a great link to a club like Juventus Football Club and its history. It has been on the shoulders of so many champions: Omar Sivorí, Michel Platini, Roberto Baggio, Alessandro Del Piero, Carlos Tevez, Paul Pogba. For me, wearing the 10 shirt isn’t just a dream since I was a child, but something that will allow me to want to win every game, in every competition and for every trophy.”
    https://thesefootballtimes.co/2018/01/09/from-savory-to-dybala-juventus-and-the-fabled-number-10-shirt/
    RULES
    Load up Italy and any other countries you like. Become manager of Juventus. You must first buy in an Irish Attacking Midfielder to start the challenge, the new "Brady" and first Number 10. You have one season with each nominated Number 10 before they are demoted or Sold, never to play first team football again. You must follow the list below to sign a new Number 10 each season from country of birth , these players must be bought in at the start of each season. Liam Brady - IRELAND Michel Platini  - FRANCE Roberto Baggio - ITALY Alessandro Del Piero - ITALY Carlos Tevez - ARGENTINA  Paul Pogba - FRANCE Paulo Dybala - ARGENTINA Each season your Number 10's goals and assists will become your total. In total, 7 seasons with 7 players to post the highest combined total of goals and assists. Usual other rules apply. No Regens allowed LEADERBOARD
    1. @Rob - 494 - Career
    2. @mulama - 484 points - Career
    3. @1759 - 452 points - Career
    4. @danovic78 - 225 points
  5. Funny
    Rob got a reaction from Baddar in I want to install my face in the game. What to do?   
    I can’t believe your passing is only 19. Terrible.
  6. Happy
    Rob got a reaction from 1759 in 1759: The Amateur Challenge; Queen’s Park; Season 8   
    Iain Watt ❤️ He could be a beast!
  7. Funny
    Rob got a reaction from Baddar in I want to install my face in the game. What to do?   
    I can’t believe your passing is only 19. Terrible.
  8. Funny
    Rob reacted to Ashez in 2019 Vibe Premier League   
    "What you doing love?"
     "Oh just taking a picture of dinner to get reviewed by some football nerds"
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    Rob got a reaction from Nucleus in Rob tries the Fabled Number Ten - Final Results   
    Fabled Number Ten - Final Results
    And here it is: our final season. 410 points to date. 75 needed to get top of the leaderboard. Daniel Mancini in the bag as our new Fabled Number Ten.
    Firstly, transfers. Mancini joined is for £7m from Bordeaux. Now, I had quite a bit of money in the bank and as it was my last season I decided to spend it all... so I signed Mbappe.

    Adouyev and pretty much any squad player I no longer wanted left. AA made is a tidy profit too.
    The European Super Cup was our first final, which we won by beating Arsenal 3-0. Mancini got a couple of assists.

    Mancini then got a horrible 3 weeks injury, which I really could have done without. Thankfully ten of those days were during international week.

    In December we had the CWC, where we utterly spanked Okayama 8-2.

    Mancini scored one and got plenty of assists.
    Next up was the Italian Super Cup, besting Lazio 3-0 with a brace from Dybala and a goal from Mancini.

    We absolutely marched through the Champions Cup group and drew Barcelona in the first knockout round. After a naff 3-1 loss in the first leg we were heading for extra time after reversing that score in the second leg...

    ...but a late penalty from Guedes knocked us out. The loss of the CWC and Super Cup next season obviously didn’t affect us, but the loss of five potential games in this season certainly wasn’t going to help.
    It did, however, pretty much mean we only have one game a week, which meant I could let Mancini play 90 mins each game.
    We won the Italian Cup 4-1, registering another final victory over Lazio.

    Then this happened three weeks from the end of the season.

    A month out. It looks terrible, but only really meant three or four games missed.
    We did win the league again. 

    We registered 130 league goals and lost only once, which pleases me. I tend to only really look at the league table at the end of the season and the 100 goal difference pleased an OCD element of my personality.
    So, how did Mancini do? Here’s how he looked:

    Now worth £29m but nothing really improved attribute-wise.
    As for his stat performance he played 48 games, scoring 37 and assisting a whopping 47. This gives him a score of 84 and a contribution of 1.75.

    Season 1: Irish. Jeff Hendrick. 1.43/g. 53 points
    Season 2: French. Olivier Ntcham. 1.56/g. 89 points.
    Season 3: Italian. Nicolo Zaniolo. 1.17/g. 62 points.
    Season 4: Italian. Dmitri Bisoli. 67. 1.18/g
    Season 5: Argentinian. Maximilliano Meza. 1.44/g. 69 points.
    Season 6: French. Amir Adouyev. 1.56/g. 70 points.
    Season 7: Argentinian. Daniel Mancini. 1.75/g. 84 points.
    494 points total. 
    (71 pts/plr avg) 
    Ntcham ended up with the most points, but Mancini was the best performing. 
    @danovic78 please can you add me to the leaderboard?
    Thanks to everyone for their comments and support.
     
     
  10. Favourite
    Rob got a reaction from Nucleus in Rob tries the Fabled Number Ten - Final Results   
    Fabled Number Ten - Final Results
    And here it is: our final season. 410 points to date. 75 needed to get top of the leaderboard. Daniel Mancini in the bag as our new Fabled Number Ten.
    Firstly, transfers. Mancini joined is for £7m from Bordeaux. Now, I had quite a bit of money in the bank and as it was my last season I decided to spend it all... so I signed Mbappe.

    Adouyev and pretty much any squad player I no longer wanted left. AA made is a tidy profit too.
    The European Super Cup was our first final, which we won by beating Arsenal 3-0. Mancini got a couple of assists.

    Mancini then got a horrible 3 weeks injury, which I really could have done without. Thankfully ten of those days were during international week.

    In December we had the CWC, where we utterly spanked Okayama 8-2.

    Mancini scored one and got plenty of assists.
    Next up was the Italian Super Cup, besting Lazio 3-0 with a brace from Dybala and a goal from Mancini.

    We absolutely marched through the Champions Cup group and drew Barcelona in the first knockout round. After a naff 3-1 loss in the first leg we were heading for extra time after reversing that score in the second leg...

    ...but a late penalty from Guedes knocked us out. The loss of the CWC and Super Cup next season obviously didn’t affect us, but the loss of five potential games in this season certainly wasn’t going to help.
    It did, however, pretty much mean we only have one game a week, which meant I could let Mancini play 90 mins each game.
    We won the Italian Cup 4-1, registering another final victory over Lazio.

    Then this happened three weeks from the end of the season.

    A month out. It looks terrible, but only really meant three or four games missed.
    We did win the league again. 

    We registered 130 league goals and lost only once, which pleases me. I tend to only really look at the league table at the end of the season and the 100 goal difference pleased an OCD element of my personality.
    So, how did Mancini do? Here’s how he looked:

    Now worth £29m but nothing really improved attribute-wise.
    As for his stat performance he played 48 games, scoring 37 and assisting a whopping 47. This gives him a score of 84 and a contribution of 1.75.

    Season 1: Irish. Jeff Hendrick. 1.43/g. 53 points
    Season 2: French. Olivier Ntcham. 1.56/g. 89 points.
    Season 3: Italian. Nicolo Zaniolo. 1.17/g. 62 points.
    Season 4: Italian. Dmitri Bisoli. 67. 1.18/g
    Season 5: Argentinian. Maximilliano Meza. 1.44/g. 69 points.
    Season 6: French. Amir Adouyev. 1.56/g. 70 points.
    Season 7: Argentinian. Daniel Mancini. 1.75/g. 84 points.
    494 points total. 
    (71 pts/plr avg) 
    Ntcham ended up with the most points, but Mancini was the best performing. 
    @danovic78 please can you add me to the leaderboard?
    Thanks to everyone for their comments and support.
     
     
  11. Happy
    Rob got a reaction from 1759 in 1759: The Amateur Challenge; Queen’s Park; Season 8   
    Boom! And there it is: the Champions Cup. Brilliant. Well done! 
  12. Favourite
    Rob got a reaction from DutchTony in 2019 Vibe Premier League   
    That’s worth ten bonus points surely?
  13. Funny
    Rob reacted to samhardy in 2019 Vibe Premier League   
    Might just about get him into the positive numbers this week.
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    Rob reacted to samhardy in 2019 Vibe Premier League   
    Week 6 - Challenge
    Slow Starters
    We arrive at the penultimate week of this year's VPL and it's such a tight table that every result has something riding on it. We're sticking with the inspiration from real football theme however I have been waiting to unleash this one again all tournament long and this is the last opportunity to do so. This is an edited version of one of last year's toughest challenges "Slow Starters" so everyone will have a run for their money this week.
                                           
    Last year this challenge was based around Benevento, who had just 0 points after 15 games of the Serie A season, but since they were obviously relegated it's Chievo you will be tasked to improve the fortunes of this year.
    The Flying Donkeys had already suffered a nightmare start to the season but it got worse in mid-September when they were handed a points deduction for "accounting irregularities". As things stand today they are rooted to the bottom of the table, with just one solitary win to show for their efforts.
    The Challenge
    This is actually quite a straightforward one this week, but that doesn't make it easy. Quite the opposite actually. It's a half season challenge, lasting the first 19 games of the Serie A season so plenty of time for Tony to get sacked. You will be managing Chievo but make sure you load Italy only when booting up the save.
    You will then create a tactic but there's hardly any restrictions to this. The only requirement is that it contains a goalkeeper, central defender, central midfielder and central striker.
    The core of your team will then be built up of 3 of the large number of 15 year olds found on the database when loading Italy only. You can choose 1 of the 4 core positions (GK, DC, MC, ST) to not be affected but the other 3 core positions have to be filled with one of the 15 year olds you sign. For example you choose to use a striker already at the club, you can but then a 15 year old will need to play in goal, at centre back and in centre midfield. They must play every game and you can sign backups if you wish. The rest of the team can consist of any players that are already at the club.
    Points System (First 19 League Games)
    League Points +/- Goal Difference
    Clarifications
    Take control of Chievo and load Italy only. Create a tactic that contains all 4 of the "core positions". Choose one of the "core positions" you don't want to be affected. Buy or play a 15 year old in the other 3 positions for the duration of the challenge. You can use any 15 year olds that are already at the club. No other transfers allowed apart from challenge related ones. You must use players who are already at the club to make up the rest of your team. The players and backups you sign must be 15 at the time of buying but they can turn 16 after you sign them. No starting with the 15 year olds and subbing them off after a minute - if there's any suspicion you'll be asked to submit your save for inspection. Cup games don't count towards points. No coaching badges. Either database Deadline - Wednesday, 20th March 11:59PM GMT
    Rules And Screenshots Required
     
  15. Happy
    Rob got a reaction from Nucleus in Opinion: What Is The Point of FMM?   
    Diablo! In all it’s glory!
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    Rob reacted to Ashez in Opinion: What Is The Point of FMM?   
    Please don't buy a ticket 😛😂
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    Rob got a reaction from samhardy in Opinion: What Is The Point of FMM?   
    Again, that is your opinion. I’m drawn to FMM as it helps me unwind and is not too realistic or difficult. A lot of people on here are the same.
  18. Funny
    Rob reacted to Nucleus in Opinion: What Is The Point of FMM?   
    Speak for yourself! 😛
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    Rob got a reaction from Woody in Opinion: What Is The Point of FMM?   
    Stop stating opinion as fact and then trying to reinforce it by stating it again. As a means of debate it fails miserably and makes you look dictatorial. Read some of the other people in this thread for examples of well-balanced and reasoned debate.
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    Rob got a reaction from samhardy in Opinion: What Is The Point of FMM?   
    Again, that is your opinion. I’m drawn to FMM as it helps me unwind and is not too realistic or difficult. A lot of people on here are the same.
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    Rob got a reaction from samhardy in Opinion: What Is The Point of FMM?   
    Again, that is your opinion. I’m drawn to FMM as it helps me unwind and is not too realistic or difficult. A lot of people on here are the same.
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    Rob got a reaction from samhardy in Opinion: What Is The Point of FMM?   
    Again, that is your opinion. I’m drawn to FMM as it helps me unwind and is not too realistic or difficult. A lot of people on here are the same.
  23. Happy
    Rob got a reaction from Ashez in FMM19 General Discussion   
    @Ashez - bloody brilliant
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    Rob got a reaction from Jack in FMM19 General Discussion   
    Because that’s what I like? My favourite racing game is Mario Kart yet I have never thrown a red shell at anyone on a motorway. It is escapism for me.
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    Rob reacted to Woody in FMM19 General Discussion   
    You've never been to Stoke 😂 the A500 is like Mario Kart!
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