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    Rob reacted to Ian in Ian - The Terrifying Trio - Season 6   
    Yes Sam they have made a slow start but similar happened on my DT and that turned into a fine career and I’ll crack this one at some point don’t you worry. I only hope it’s not too late by then 😂
    Thanks anyway though for this comment as I can put it on the notice board before every game to fire my boys up.
  2. Funny
    Rob reacted to Ian in Ian - The Terrifying Trio - Season 6   
    Season Five
    As I mentioned during the last update this season is the year where the World Cup is held during the season which causes a lot of club teams to have a heavy fixture pile up both before and after so it’s safe to say I wasn’t really looking forward to this season.
    Let’s see how it went starting with the club transfers.
    Transfers
    I continued to try and build the squad up in a bid to set us up nicely for when our boys get to their peak years.
    Incomings
    Vasilije Janijicic (Central Midfielder) - This guy is a steady midfielder who will hopefully produce when needed. Evan N’Dicka (Central Defender) - I’ve used this lad before and he’s a decent ball playing defender. Jérôme Donné (Left Wing Back) - A wing back that looks like he might turn into a decent player but I’m not totally sold on him at this stage.  Luca Plogmann (Goalkeeper) - We needed a half decent back up keeper and this guy was my choice.  We brought through a good few youth graduates at the beginning of season and some look like good prospects. We let a good few players leave who were surplus to requirements including Didier Ndong which might please a certain moderator.
    Full list below.
    Team Performances
    We went unbeaten in the league and scored exactly 100 goals so no problems there. The domestic cups were all won but the Champions League still proves elusive as we exited at the semi final stage.

    A more detailed look below.
    Fixtures
    We had a good run but there were a few disappointing draws including a couple of 0-0’s which are not what you want to see on a goalscoring challenge.  
    The Terrifying Trio
    Now let’s see how the trio got on during this fairly frustrating season.
    Jan Thielmann
    He has a nice looking set of physical attributes now and it looks like they are not finished developing and to be honest that’s all I want now as I think he’s got just enough in other areas to get the job done.

    How many goals did he score?
    He scored 30 goals in 52 games which is a drop off from last season but can’t be helped.

    Emincan Tekin
    Again Em’s physicals are rising and hopefully all three will get to green level over the next few years.

    How many goals did he score?
    He managed 30 goals in 46 games so considering the increase in games played we have to be slightly disappointed with that.

    Fabio Lorenzini
    Well he has blue level for stamina but I’m not convinced it’ll rise to 15 so the target for that is now 13 which will hopefully improve his game time.

    How many goals did he score?
    Just 23 goals scored in 45 games in a frustrating year. I was probably guilty of overplaying all three of my boys this season so something I can learn from.

    Notable matches for trio
    Score
    This Season/Overall (Goals)
    Jan Thielmann: 30/127
    Fabio Lorenzini: 23/103
    Emincan Tekin: 30/135
    This Season Total: 83 goals
    Triple Threat Total: 365/1500 goals
    Closing Thoughts
    Horrible year this was which I kind of expected due to fixture congestion but I still hoped for 90 plus goals from my trio so not happy. Anyway it’s done now and we’ll go again next season where we’ll look to get our boys an improved return.
    Thanks for reading and all comments are greatly appreciated.
  3. Happy
    Rob reacted to MikeF in MikeF attempting B2B 1k's with Troy Parrott and Son   
    Season 14
    And the end is near...
    Another massive season from Troy here beating the last! If only I'd made these formation tweaks earlier in the season.
    Here he is now:

    Won the lot aside from the Euro Super Cup. Drew quite a lot of games weirdly over the course of a few weeks but still took the league.

    In order to help speed to the finish line of Troy's 1k challenge I took the Ireland job again as it was available. Took them to the Euros but he only managed to bag 6 goals as Sweden knocked us out in the 2nd round. Still, every little helps. 
    I'll keep this until the England job comes up for reasons you'll see later on...
    Team stats:

    Goals all coming from the big man, assists coming from all over my midfield and wingers (and RB who takes corners). New left winger hit the ground running with 17 assists so very happy there. Both wingers have the "prefer to pass than shoot" trait which seems to really help keep their goals down.
    This leaves us with only 57 goals to go to pass the 1000 mark so this must be the season.

     
    B2B 1K
    Well my lad has come on a long way getting plenty of short sub appearances but I wouldn't exactly call him prolific.
    He's developing well though...
    Start of season:

    End of season:

    Perhaps there's some potential after all.
    Let's do this...

    I still need to finish Troy's 1k but that gives me 15 seasons for this lad too. Could be tight but let's have a crack. He turns 19 half way through this season too which means he'll be 20 before he becomes the main man up front. Time is against me.
    996 goals to go.
  4. Favourite
    Rob got a reaction from Titjes in North Vs South: The Race to 1k   
    Season 3 - The South
    Firstly, I’d like to apologise to @Foxy, @Woody, and @1759 (Ian) for taking ages to play my season. I opted to play this on my tablet as its ‘easier’ to transfer to and from Dropbox, and then personal reasons meant I couldn’t get the time to play. I will transfer to my iPhone next time as I get to play that more often, as evidenced by a career I’ll be posting soon. I hate committing to something and letting people down. Sorry lads!
    Anyhow, now that’s out of the way, how’d I do?
    Well, Woody had an amazing round. He slapped in 60 goals. Incredible. I needed 45+ to maintain our lead.
    We started with a frankly pathetic £39m to spend on players.

    That’s our reward for qualifying for two seasons in the Champs League and Foxy winning the title last year. Foxy signed a few decent players on bosman for me to sell for transfer funds, which helped add to the kitty.

    I tried to be clinical with signings coming in. The striker I opted for was this man:

    John Guidetti. Not the best, but we want this save to be fun and interesting and he had good greens in most areas.
    Other players joining were players signed to add depth and improve over the next few seasons. Dilrosun, Arthur, Soler, and Upa should fulfil this.

    Our first game of note was the Supercup against Bayern. It was a game we won on penalties after getting the better of the game.

     
    The season went okay. I’m not going to pretend it went as well as Foxy’s, but it wasn’t terrible.
    We got knocked out of the quarters of the cup, where I forgot to take a screenshot. As per my previous season, squad rotation did play a big factor towards the end.
    After getting through the Group of Death in the Champs Cup...

    ...we got knocked out against the run of play against Inter.

    We dominated the game, but sadly the away goals in first leg result went against us.
    As for the league, I couldn’t follow Foxy in winning it. Instead we came second.

    This is how Guidetti looked at the end:

    £65m of striker. It should help towards a good transfer kitty for next season.
    As for his goals, he got 47 in 44 games. He started very slowly, but then I made a tactical switch and he improved massively. 

    That still leaves us in the lead by just 3 goals...
    Over to Foxy and Ian for the next season.
     
    North
    Season 1 - Woody: Oliver Burke - Scotland: 34 goals in 46 games.
    Season 2 - Ian: Mariano - Dominican Republic: 55 goals in 49 games.
    Season 3 - Woody: Alexander Mitrovic - Serbian: 60 goals in 51 games
    Total so far : 149 goals in 146 games
    South
    Season 1 - Rob: Moussa Marega - Mali: 53 goals in 49 games.
    Season 2 - Foxy: Davie Selke - Germany: 52 goals in 45 games
    Season 3 - Rob: John Guidetti - Sweden - 47 goals in 44 games

    Total so far: 152 goals in 138 games
    So far the South lead by 3 goals.

    Combined nationalities used ( A-Z):
    Dominican Republic, Germany, Mali, Scotland, Serbia, Sweden
  5. Happy
    Rob got a reaction from Nucleus in FMM19: Training & Retraining Position Guide   
    Don’t steal his stuff. Link to it. He put a lot of hard work in to it.
  6. Funny
    Rob got a reaction from samhardy in Chazza’s 3rd attempt at a TT   
    Cos it’ll mean you have gotten to at least season five without quitting! 
  7. Funny
    Rob got a reaction from samhardy in Chazza’s 3rd attempt at a TT   
    Cos it’ll mean you have gotten to at least season five without quitting! 
  8. Funny
    Rob got a reaction from samhardy in Chazza’s 3rd attempt at a TT   
    Cos it’ll mean you have gotten to at least season five without quitting! 
  9. Funny
    Rob got a reaction from samhardy in Chazza’s 3rd attempt at a TT   
    Cos it’ll mean you have gotten to at least season five without quitting! 
  10. Happy
    Rob got a reaction from Foxy in Double the Foxes, Double the Trouble: Season 2   
    Great idea do best of luck.
  11. Funny
    Rob got a reaction from Nucleus in Mind the ‘GAP’, a triple threat. (Scrapped)   
    So, anyhow, back to your sister deleting the file. What actually happened?
  12. Funny
    Rob got a reaction from Nucleus in Mind the ‘GAP’, a triple threat. (Scrapped)   
    I still want to talk about how your sister deleted the file. Does she apologise?
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    Rob reacted to MikeF in MikeF attempting B2B 1k's with Troy Parrott and Son   
    Season Seven
    Quick update as last one was delayed.
    Following on from the last season I had high hopes the boy would deliver big numbers again. He didn't disappoint. Not as good as last year but still vey nice. 73 for Bayern, 85 in total.
    Slight improvement in some key areas but looks like he's peaked now. Pretty good all round stats though so I'm sure he'll deliver for me over the next few years.

    Notable achievements:
    Clean sweep in all comps again:

    Team stats and Transfers:
     
    He's hitting a nice groove now so i'm sure he can keep up the 70+ seasons for a while to come. Ireland job is a tad boring as they're not that great and have no youngsters coming through but the benefit of this is that we tend to get easy teams in Nations League and for friendlies so he can rack up a few goals and the Irish FA are a patient bunch.

     
    The goal for this season is to pass the half way mark...
  14. Funny
    Rob reacted to Woody in Best Regen/New Player Names   
    @RobI knew you was a theiving get! 😂😂😂
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    Rob got a reaction from Foxy in North Vs South: The Race to 1k   
    Season One - The Beautiful South

    The first season was always going to be the hardest in this. A new team, with a squad not built for multiple competitions... especially when factoring in the stupid conditioning issue.
    So I boarded the bus to Frankfurt with three key objectives:
        ⁃    Grow the squad with fresh youngsters;
        ⁃    Get in to the Champions League,
        ⁃    Try and improve the staff, training facilities, etc
    Taking of strikers, I opted to go with a Malian. Moussa Marega joined us.

    Some greens in good areas and from a nation that isn’t one of the obvious ones, especially when you consider that, at 27, he is in his prime.
    I signed Jovic using his buyout and then sold for a profit. I wanted the money to grab the players needed to grow the depth of the squad and pay for club improvements.

    Vagnoman came in to strengthen cover for fullback and should be useful in a season or two. Pavon, Palacios, Rajkovic, and McKenna are most of our FMM favourites. Luan provides cover in many positions. Zarzana holds a special place in my heart and will hopefully replicate his beastliness from another of my careers.

    Some of the older players left. No one major. The screen seems to have glitched with Hrgota... typical SI. I can assure you we didn’t sell him twice.
    Our first tournament was the German Supercup, where we faced the mighty Bayern.

    We burgled them, with Marega picking their pockets in a 1-0 victory.
    By Christmas the team hit a nice patch in the league. Winning a good percentage of games, but not exactly pulling up trees. This game was fun though:

    Sadly, in April we got utterly trounced in the German Cup.

    Not even one shot! By this point of the season squad depth was playing a major factor and I was pretty much having to play the reserves in Cup competitions... and our reserves aren’t that great yet!
    A decent run the Euro Cup got us to the semis, where sadly United knocked us out over two legs.

    Now, of my three targets, I do feel like the squad is now much fresher and we did manage to earn a place in the Champs League.

    A good third place finish, winning half of our games. We didn’t actually score that many, mind you. @Woody had the same issue.
    The third target of improving staff and facilities was only half complete, as the staff is now all gold but the board will not budge on improving anything. Hopefully the season two review of the club that the board does at the start will sort this out for @Foxy and allow him to invoke improvements.
    On to Marega’s goals. He managed 53 in 49, which I am delighted with considering how tough first seasons usually are on here. Hopefully I have left the Fox with good foundations to build on for Season Two. 

    North
    Season 1 - Woody: Oliver Burke - Scotland: 34 goals in 46 games
    Total so far: 34/46
     
    South
    Season 1 - Rob: Moussa Marega. 53 goals in 49 games.
    Total so far: 53/49
     
    Overall
    Score: North 34 - South 53
    Combined nationalities used (A-Z):
    Mali, Scotland
     
    Over to @1759 and the Fox for season 2.
     
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    Rob got a reaction from Foxy in North Vs South: The Race to 1k   
    Season One - The Beautiful South

    The first season was always going to be the hardest in this. A new team, with a squad not built for multiple competitions... especially when factoring in the stupid conditioning issue.
    So I boarded the bus to Frankfurt with three key objectives:
        ⁃    Grow the squad with fresh youngsters;
        ⁃    Get in to the Champions League,
        ⁃    Try and improve the staff, training facilities, etc
    Taking of strikers, I opted to go with a Malian. Moussa Marega joined us.

    Some greens in good areas and from a nation that isn’t one of the obvious ones, especially when you consider that, at 27, he is in his prime.
    I signed Jovic using his buyout and then sold for a profit. I wanted the money to grab the players needed to grow the depth of the squad and pay for club improvements.

    Vagnoman came in to strengthen cover for fullback and should be useful in a season or two. Pavon, Palacios, Rajkovic, and McKenna are most of our FMM favourites. Luan provides cover in many positions. Zarzana holds a special place in my heart and will hopefully replicate his beastliness from another of my careers.

    Some of the older players left. No one major. The screen seems to have glitched with Hrgota... typical SI. I can assure you we didn’t sell him twice.
    Our first tournament was the German Supercup, where we faced the mighty Bayern.

    We burgled them, with Marega picking their pockets in a 1-0 victory.
    By Christmas the team hit a nice patch in the league. Winning a good percentage of games, but not exactly pulling up trees. This game was fun though:

    Sadly, in April we got utterly trounced in the German Cup.

    Not even one shot! By this point of the season squad depth was playing a major factor and I was pretty much having to play the reserves in Cup competitions... and our reserves aren’t that great yet!
    A decent run the Euro Cup got us to the semis, where sadly United knocked us out over two legs.

    Now, of my three targets, I do feel like the squad is now much fresher and we did manage to earn a place in the Champs League.

    A good third place finish, winning half of our games. We didn’t actually score that many, mind you. @Woody had the same issue.
    The third target of improving staff and facilities was only half complete, as the staff is now all gold but the board will not budge on improving anything. Hopefully the season two review of the club that the board does at the start will sort this out for @Foxy and allow him to invoke improvements.
    On to Marega’s goals. He managed 53 in 49, which I am delighted with considering how tough first seasons usually are on here. Hopefully I have left the Fox with good foundations to build on for Season Two. 

    North
    Season 1 - Woody: Oliver Burke - Scotland: 34 goals in 46 games
    Total so far: 34/46
     
    South
    Season 1 - Rob: Moussa Marega. 53 goals in 49 games.
    Total so far: 53/49
     
    Overall
    Score: North 34 - South 53
    Combined nationalities used (A-Z):
    Mali, Scotland
     
    Over to @1759 and the Fox for season 2.
     
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    Rob got a reaction from Foxy in North Vs South: The Race to 1k   
    Season One - The Beautiful South

    The first season was always going to be the hardest in this. A new team, with a squad not built for multiple competitions... especially when factoring in the stupid conditioning issue.
    So I boarded the bus to Frankfurt with three key objectives:
        ⁃    Grow the squad with fresh youngsters;
        ⁃    Get in to the Champions League,
        ⁃    Try and improve the staff, training facilities, etc
    Taking of strikers, I opted to go with a Malian. Moussa Marega joined us.

    Some greens in good areas and from a nation that isn’t one of the obvious ones, especially when you consider that, at 27, he is in his prime.
    I signed Jovic using his buyout and then sold for a profit. I wanted the money to grab the players needed to grow the depth of the squad and pay for club improvements.

    Vagnoman came in to strengthen cover for fullback and should be useful in a season or two. Pavon, Palacios, Rajkovic, and McKenna are most of our FMM favourites. Luan provides cover in many positions. Zarzana holds a special place in my heart and will hopefully replicate his beastliness from another of my careers.

    Some of the older players left. No one major. The screen seems to have glitched with Hrgota... typical SI. I can assure you we didn’t sell him twice.
    Our first tournament was the German Supercup, where we faced the mighty Bayern.

    We burgled them, with Marega picking their pockets in a 1-0 victory.
    By Christmas the team hit a nice patch in the league. Winning a good percentage of games, but not exactly pulling up trees. This game was fun though:

    Sadly, in April we got utterly trounced in the German Cup.

    Not even one shot! By this point of the season squad depth was playing a major factor and I was pretty much having to play the reserves in Cup competitions... and our reserves aren’t that great yet!
    A decent run the Euro Cup got us to the semis, where sadly United knocked us out over two legs.

    Now, of my three targets, I do feel like the squad is now much fresher and we did manage to earn a place in the Champs League.

    A good third place finish, winning half of our games. We didn’t actually score that many, mind you. @Woody had the same issue.
    The third target of improving staff and facilities was only half complete, as the staff is now all gold but the board will not budge on improving anything. Hopefully the season two review of the club that the board does at the start will sort this out for @Foxy and allow him to invoke improvements.
    On to Marega’s goals. He managed 53 in 49, which I am delighted with considering how tough first seasons usually are on here. Hopefully I have left the Fox with good foundations to build on for Season Two. 

    North
    Season 1 - Woody: Oliver Burke - Scotland: 34 goals in 46 games
    Total so far: 34/46
     
    South
    Season 1 - Rob: Moussa Marega. 53 goals in 49 games.
    Total so far: 53/49
     
    Overall
    Score: North 34 - South 53
    Combined nationalities used (A-Z):
    Mali, Scotland
     
    Over to @1759 and the Fox for season 2.
     
  18. Happy
    Rob reacted to Ian in Ian - DT - Jun Se-Jin 1K - Season 22 (Completed)   
    Season Nineteen
    We only have a few more seasons to play of Jun Se-Jin’s career and with him reaching all of his targets it’s just a matter of how many more goals he can score before hanging up his boots.
    Transfers
    We only brought in the youth graduates and Damien Cerdan who’s a young midfielder. We had a few outgoings with Michael Teze being one who left after the season finished. He’s listed twice here which must be a bug; he wouldn’t sign a new deal so I think LOSC will probably be his actual club now rather than Everton but I’ll check during next season incase he’s cloned himself and is playing for both. 
    Team Performances
    No problems winning all of our competitions this season and even though we suffered two draws in the league we had our most routine Champions League campaign so far.

    More detailed look below.
    Fixtures
    No Gundogan Victory challenge for me again as we had no 8-0 or 9-0 results so we will just have to try again next year. We actually didn’t concede a single league goal until February and I was beginning to think of the chance of going all season without conceding one but inevitably we then conceded a few in quick succession. 
    Full list below.
     Manager

    Jun Se-Jin
    He’s really declined and is looking rough in places but his Aerial, Aggression and Strength are still decent.

    How did he perform?
    He did fantastic for a 37 year old with 49 goals in 48 games. I thought this would be the year he’d really start to struggle but he just kept going and long may it continue.

    My Son
    I finally got my son come through from the youth system at end of the season in young Aaron 1759. 
    He looks decent and I’ll try to give him some game time in the next few years.

    Score
    Jun Se-Jin 1k: 1174/1000 goals
    Mohamed Bangoura and Jun Se-Jin Double Trouble: 1200/1200 goals (Completed)
    Well that’s another season completed and we only have a few more before the Korean retires. It looks like we’ll be able to get over 1200 goals for him which is really nice as when I first decided to switch it up after completing the Double Trouble I thought the 1000 would be touch and go.
    Thanks for reading
  19. Funny
    Rob got a reaction from Ran7777 in North Vs South: The Race to 1k   
    Once myself and @Foxy storm to victory in this I plan to build a wall to keep those smelly Northerners away
  20. Happy
    Rob got a reaction from Ian in Vibe World Cup 2019 The Final: Results   
    Great event and well done Ian on winning your first event! 
    Well written chaps, and brilliantly ran.
  21. Funny
    Rob reacted to Ian in North Vs South: The Race to 1k   
    Actually this wall sounds like a good idea but better make sure to get quality craftsmen from the North to build it otherwise it might fall down😂
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    Rob reacted to Titjes in North Vs South: The Race to 1k   
    Looks like a fantastic idea guys. Following this for sure
    Good luck all
     
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    Rob reacted to Gunners Rishi in North Vs South: The Race to 1k   
    What he said 
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    Rob reacted to Foxy in North Vs South: The Race to 1k   
    North vs South: The Race to 1k
    Last year @Rob, @Woody and myself did a collab save where we played the same save taking it in turns to play the seasons. The challenge we did was the Converted Winger challenge with the goal of 1k combined goals. It was a fun save that can be found here.
    We have decided to revive the concept of a collab save but this time make it more competitive by having two teams competing against each other and add the element of the age old battle between the Nasty North and the Southern Softies.
    So as I say we have two teams this year with two Vibers in each team and we will be again playing alternate seasons with the goal of 1000 combined goals but I will explain the challenge a little more after we have met the teams.
    The Nasty Northerners
    As we all know the North is like a post apocalyptic waste land but I have been able to find two proud northerners who will try and do justice to there homeland.
    @Woody: The Potteries Pele may live in Stoke which many would say is the midlands but as far as I’m concerned anything north of Moreton in Marsh is “The North” so he more than qualifies especially as he has family roots in the Newcastle area. Woody is not a man to be messed with and as a teenager he was the leader of a notorious gang in the Potteries area called the Wedgewood Appreciation Society. They used to fight pitched battles with the Emma Bridgwater Bandits using shards of broken pot as weapons but luckily Woody has left those days behind him now he is a responsible family man.
    @1759: Joining Woody and make his Collab save debut is the man we all know as Ian despite his real name actually being 1759. As you drive up the A1 and enter Tyne and Wear a huge structure sits looking down on you. It is known as the Angel of the North. 

    This is a structure shrouded in myth and legend with the Wikipedia page about it spouting some rubbish about the artist Antony Gormley designing it. In fact this structure was made by Ian’s own hands in one night in 1998 and he then carried it from his secret underground workshop just outside Berwick upon Tweed.
    No one actually knows why Ian did this and he has remained tight lipped on the subject ever since.
    The Southern Softies
    It goes without saying that the south is the land of milk and honey, where the sun always shines and everyone is happy. Well the south west anyway where Team South originate from.
    @Rob: The Dorset Destroyer will be leading the south on there quest for 1000 goals and he is a man who is no stranger to a quest. Legend had it that a huge bear lived on Brownsea Island just of the coast from Poole and was swimming across to terrorise the local peasants. They called upon the help of the local hero Sir Robert of Vibe who armed just with his mobile phone ventured onto the island and spent 7 days and nights living there in the hope of slaying the beast. No one actually knows if Sir Rob managed to rid the island of the Bear but he did manage to complete 15 attempts at the Strikerless Challenge during that time.
    @Foxy: Little is known about this mysterious canine that lives in the darkest reaches of Gloucestershire but roving reporter 1759 has spent some time looking for more information on him.
    Partnering Rob is the ‘Gloucestershire Gladiator’ Foxy who is a proud Gloucestershire man whose main hobby other than FMM is actually training for and taking part in The Cooper’s Hill Cheese-Rolling and Wake event that takes place annually on the spring bank holiday at Cooper’s Hill near Gloucester.
    
    Basically a lump of cheese is rolled from the top of a hill and the participants then chase after it down the hill with the first person to get to the bottom winning the cheese.
     Unfortunately a lot of injuries occur at the event but Foxy is one of a select few participants to actually not ever suffer an injury although he has never came anywhere near to winning the event but as Foxy says ‘it’s the taking part that counts’.
    The Challenge 
    As the name of this thread suggests this is a race to 1000 goals between the two teams but this isn’t a 1kc. Each season both teams will be using a different striker with the goal to get as many goals as possible with that player in 1 season. Then the save passes over the other team mate who must sell or demote that striker and buy a new one. The winning team will be the one that reaches a combined total of 1000 goals from these striker in the least number of games.
    That isn’t the complete story though as each team can only use a nationality once in the whole save for there striker and if another team uses a player then that player can’t be used again by either teams. So for example in season 1 The North buy Messi that means the South couldn’t use Messi at any point and the North cannot use another Argentine striker during the save. The south could still use an Argentine though so long as they haven’t already. We also won’t be using any regens and in season 1 the striker needs to be brought in.
    The Clubs
    We wanted to manage teams that were evenly matched in terms of budget, squad, facilities and weren’t necessarily superpowers in there league. We also wanted to play in a league none of us have managed in much this year so we choose Germany and some debate.
    Both teams we will be managing are in the Europa League so plenty of games in season 1.
    The North: They will take the more northern team from the duo we picked and will be managing RB Leipzig.
    The South: The Southerners will be managing Eintracht Frankfurt.
    Both saves are identical with the top divisions of Germany, England, Spain and Portugal loaded and we have gold coaching badges with normal rep.
    I think that covers everything except that season 1 will be played by Woody and Rob.
    All four of us are looking forward to this as it is shaping up to be a fun save and competition. Which team will you be backing?
    Thanks for reading and all comments are appreciated.
     
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    Rob got a reaction from smoggy90 in Smog in Madrid - S22 - TT, 1k goals, 1k assists   
    Madness. Well done.
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