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Kanegan

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  • Birthday 04/07/1986
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  1. Lovely career mate though you didn't post a total for the Insane Journeyman Challenge. Expecting a repeat in 2020.
  2. Josip "Joško" Skoblar (born 12 March 1941) is a Croatian former football player and manager. He was primarily a forward, and also capable of playing on both wings. Skoblar was born in Privlaka near Zadar (at the time in Banovina of Croatia). He started his career with NK Zadar (1957–58). He got spotted there by OFK Beograd goalie Perica Radenković who was serving his mandatory army stint in Zadar. Radenković recommended Skoblar to club management and the 19-year-old was soon on his way to Belgrade. With OFK Beograd Skoblar won the Yugoslav Cup in 1962 and 1966. In Germany he played for Hannover 96 (1967–70). In 57 games in Bundesliga, he scored 30 goals. He was willing to play in Marseilles, but the chairman of Hannover didn't want to lose such a player. Marcel Leclerc, chairman of Marseilles, went to Hannover on a quick journey and came back with the player, it was the beginning of a great adventure with Marseilles. The player was applauded at the airport by many fans. In France, Skoblar played for Olympique de Marseille and was three time top goalscorer in Ligue 1 (1971–73). Skoblar won the European Golden Boot in 1971 for 44 goals in Ligue 1, he still remains as the best scorer in a season in Ligue 1. With Olympique, he won the French league title in 1971, and French league and cup title in 1972. OM fans refer to him as "l'Aigle Dalmate", "l'Aigle Dalmate"/"l'aigle des Dalmates" (The Dalmatian Eagle), or "Monsieur Goal" (Mister Goal). He left l'OM after the arrival of two Brazilians Jairzinho and Paulo César. For Yugoslavia Skoblar played between 1961 and 1967. In 32 games for Yugoslavia, he scored 11 goals. Skoblar participated in World Cup 1962. Skoblar scored one goal, and Yugoslavia finished in the fourth place. He first played for the national team on 7 May 1961, for a Friendly match against Hungary. He ended his international career on 7 October 1967 against West Germany, before the end of the Euro 68 qualification competition. The Yugoslavia national football team ended 2nd of the Euro 1968 without him. Challenge Set-Up: Load up France and take charge of Marseille. You must sign a Croatian striker who will become your new “Skoblar” At Marseille you must win at least 2x Ligue 1, 1x Trophee des Champions and 1x Coupe de France. Your new "Skoblar" must become the Ligue 1 topscorer for three years in a row. He must also score more than 44 goals in a single Ligue 1 season. Also, he must score more than 305 goals in his club career. You have six seasons to try and emulate the player. Rules: Own Formations only Only SI databases. No unlockables unless earned on the save No use of any editor Evidence is required via screenshot, I’d suggest posting a career for all of Vibe to follow No Cheating - Reloading to avoid injuries counts as cheating Leaderboard
  3. Landon Timothy Donovan (born March 4, 1982) is an American professional soccer player who holds numerous individual records in Major League Soccer (MLS) and for the United States national team and is regarded as one of the greatest U.S. men's soccer players of all time. A native of Southern California, Donovan was a member of the inaugural class of the U.S. Soccer youth residency program in Bradenton, Florida. He was named Player of the Tournament for his role in the United States under-17 squad that finished fourth in the 1999 FIFA U-17 World Championship. He went for loan to Bayer Leverkusen, Bayern Munich and Everton but was never able to settle down and ultimately returned to his homeland. In USA however, he was widely regarded as the greatest of all time. In MLS, Donovan won a record six MLS Cups and is both the league's all-time top scorer with 145 goals and the league's all-time assists leader with 136. The Major League Soccer MVP Award has been renamed the Landon Donovan MVP Award in his honor. For the United States men's national team, Donovan is the all-time leader in assists and tied with Clint Dempsey as all-time leader in scoring, and is the second-most-capped player of his country. Donovan is the only American player to reach the 50 goals/50 assists mark. He is a four-time winner of the U.S. Soccer Athlete of the Year award (the only man to do so and the first man to win in consecutive years), as well as the only seven-time winner of the Honda Player of the Year award. Donovan starred in the U.S. team that reached the quarter-finals of the 2002 FIFA World Cup where he received the Best Young Player Award. His three goals in the 2010 World Cup made Donovan the highest-scoring male American player in World Cup history and one of the three male American players to score in more than one World Cup, along with Brian McBride and Clint Dempsey. In March 2017, Donovan joined a private ownership group seeking to bring the next MLS expansion team to San Diego, California. Can you emulate the best US player of all time?? Challenge Set-Up: Load up USA and take control of LA Galaxy. You must sign an American striker who will become your new “Donovan” At LA Galaxy you must win at least 6x MLS Cup, 2x Supporter's Shield and 1x US Cup. You must break the record of highest goals and highest assists in MLS set by Donovan. To achieve that, you must score more than 144 goals and 136 assists in regular season and 25 goals and 14 assists in playoffs. You must also score more than 184 goals scored by Donovan in his club career for LA Galaxy and San Jose Earthquakes You must win at least 4x US Footballer of the Year Awards Bonus: Take charge of the USA National team and score more than 57 international goals by your new "Donovan" Win atleast 4 North American Gold Cups and become the top scorer in atleast 3 of them. Rules: Own Formations only Only SI databases. No unlockables unless earned on the save No use of any editor Evidence is required via screenshot, I’d suggest posting a career for all of Vibe to follow No Cheating - Reloading to avoid injuries counts as cheating. LEADERBOARD
  4. Ernest Willimowski (born Ernest Otto Prandella, nicknamed "Ezi") (23 June 1916 – 30 August 1997) was a German–Polish football player, who played as a forward. He ranks among the best goalscorers in the history of both the Poland national team and Polish club football. After re-taking German citizenship, he also played for the Germany national team. He was the first player to score four goals in a single FIFA World Cup game. Over the course of his career, he scored a total of 1,175 goals; though this tally is unverified and will include friendly and unofficial matches. Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation credits Wilimowski with 554 official goals, making him the 14th-most prolific goalscorer in history. He also occasionally played ice hockey for the team Pogoń Katowice. Willimowski, who had six toes on his right foot, played on the left side as a forward and showed himself to be a very skilled dribbler as well as a natural goalscorer. He began his career with the ethnically German club 1. FC Kattowitz, then in 1933 at the age of 17, moved to Polish side Ruch Wielkie Hajduki, today known as Ruch Chorzów. "Ezi" quickly established himself as the team's best player: in his first season he scored 33 goals to lead the league. His first Ekstraklasa game took place on 8 April 1934, a few weeks later, he capped for Polish national team. With a number of excellent footballers besides Willimowski (for example Teodor Peterek and Gerard Wodarz), Ruch dominated the Polish soccer and was the league champion in 1933–1936 and 1938. He played 86 games for Ruch, scoring 112 goals, and was the league's top scorer in 1934 and 1936. He also led the league in scoring in 1939 until the German invasion of Poland. On 21 May 1939, he scored 10 goals in a single match against Union Touring Łódź as his club won 12-1. That performance still stands as a league record. Soon after beginning his club football career, "Ezi" earned his first cap for Poland when he debuted against Denmark in København on 21 May 1934 in a 2:4 loss: he was just 17 years and 332 days old. In a total of 22 appearances for Poland Willimowski netted 21 goals, nearly a goal per game. However, his off field conduct was less than ideal and in 1936 the young man's penchant for drinking and partying led to a one-year suspension imposed by the Polish football association just before the Olympic Games in Berlin. Without his goal scoring touch the Poles managed only a fourth-place finish in the Olympic tournament. Many felt that his presence could have brought the team a gold medal. His appearances for Poland include two performances that were both historic and memorable. In a match against Brazil played in Strasbourg, France during the 1938 FIFA World Cup, "Ezi" put on a stunning display by becoming the first player ever to score four goals in a single World Cup match. His continued attacks on the opposition net also drew a penalty as he was fouled to the ground by Brazilian keeper Batatais, which led to Poland's fifth goal scored from the spot by German-born Fritz Scherfke, from Poznań. However, it was not enough - Poland lost the match 5-6 and was eliminated from the tournament. Willimowski's record was later equalled by other players, but was bettered only 56 years later, when Oleg Salenko scored five goals against Cameroon during the 1994 FIFA World Cup. It still remains the only World Cup match when a player from the losing side scored four goals. He put on another memorable display on 27 August 1939 in Warsaw in an international friendly against what was then one of the best teams in the world - Hungary, the 1938 World Cup runner-up. After 33 minutes of play the Hungarians were ahead 2:0. Willimowski scored three goals and again drew a penalty through his attacking play which was converted by teammate Leonard Piątek, giving Poland a 4:2 win. The match was the last game played before the start of World War II just four days later. After the division of Poland, Willimowski as Volksdeutscher re-took German citizenship, like the majority of the inhabitants of the Eastern part of Upper Silesia, among them all the players of the Polish national team coming from this region. It allowed them to continue their football careers as Poles were not permitted to participate in sports under the Nazi occupation. Wilimowski was capped a total of eight times for Germany, scoring 13 goals (1.63 per match). His last appearance for Germany was in a 5-2 victory over Slovakia in Bratislava on 22 November 1942. After this match Germany no longer played international friendlies because of the war. Challenge Set-Up: Load up Poland and Germany. Take charge of any Polish club and sign a Polish forward who will be your new "Willimowski". In Poland, you must win 5 x Lotto Ekstraklasa and win the Golden Boot twice in 7 seasons. You must score more than 112 goals and better his GPG of 1.30. Transfer to Germany and bring your "Willimowski" with you. In Germany, you must score more than 166 goals and better his GPG of 1.20. Bonus : Willimowski scored 34 goals in 30 matches while playing for Poland and Germany so take hold of Poland national team and better his international tally of 34. Get your player to score more than 4 goals in a single international match. Rules: Only SI databases. No unlockables unless earned on the save. No use of any editor. Evidence is required via screenshot, I’d suggest posting a career for all of Vibe to follow No Cheating - Reloading to avoid injuries counts as cheating. LEADERBOARD
  5. Traditionally Ballon D'Or, awarded to the best player in the world has been dominated by the football powerhouses like Brazil, Argentina, Spain, France, Italy, Portugal, Germany, Netherlands, England and even Russia. But sometimes there emerges some player who take the world of football by storm and in doing so, brings limelight to their nation who had previously been just a footnote in the history. They were: 1962 - Josef Masopust (Czech Republic) 1964 - Denis Law (Scotland) 1967 - Florian Albert (Hungary) 1968 - George Best (Northern Ireland) 1977 - Allan Simonsen (Denmark) 1994 - Hristo Stoichkov (Bulgaria) 1995 - George Weah (Liberia) 2003 - Pavel Nedved (Czech Republic) 2004 - Andriy Shevchenko (Ukraine) So, what has this got to do with the challenge?? Well, here is the setup: RULES 1. Load up any country and take charge of any club. 2. You must try to sign players from the above mentioned countries and get them to win the Ballon d'Or. 3. You can stop once you have managed to get all the nations to win the Ballon d'Or (with the exception of Liberia which i don't think there are any players) or you have crossed 30 years of your career or you have got frustrated and stopped this challenge. 4. The leaderboard will be on the basis of most Ballon d'Or won and as mentioned above, you can cut short this challenge. Then the no. of nations that has won the Ballon d'Or till then will be your score and multiple wins from single country count as 1 only. So, if your Czech Rep. striker wins it 3 years in a row, still it will count as 1. So, the maximum score one can earn is 8. In case of Liberia,Timothy Weah can be chosen. 5. No reloading, IGE etc. 6. Post a career for us to follow or atleast share screenshots to prove that he was under your management when he won the award. 7. Most importantly, have a blast. LEADERBOARD
  6. Wu Lei, born 19 November 1991 is a Chinese footballer who currently plays for Shanghai SIPG in the Chinese Super League. He is currently the all-time top goalscorer for the club with 169 goals and has also made the most appearances for the club. He currently holds the record for being the youngest person to have played in a professional Chinese football match aged just 14 years and 287 days. Wu Lei started his football career playing for third-tier side Shanghai SIPG, making his debut for the club on 2 September 2006 in a 5–3 loss against Yunnan Lijiang Dongba, making him the youngest ever player to play professional Chinese football aged 14 years and 287 days. He helped the club win the third tier title and promotion to the second tier at the end of the 2007 league season. He scored his first goal for the club on 30 August 2008 in a 2–0 win against Qingdao Hailifeng. This made him the second youngest goalscorer in Chinese football aged 16 years and 289 days, just 47 days behind Cao Yunding's record. Wu scored a hat trick on 2 June 2013 in a 6–1 win against Shanghai Shenxin, becoming the second youngest player to score a hat-trick in the top tier. He scored his second hat-trick of the season on 18 August 2013 in a 3–2 win against Tianjin Teda. He scored his third hat trick of the season on 27 September 2013 in a 6–1 win against Qingdao Jonoon. On 31 July 2016, Wu became the first Chinese footballer in over two years to score a hat-trick in the Chinese Super League in a 3–3 draw against Guangzhou R&F. He also won the Chinese domestic Golden Boot winner for 6 consecutive years from 2013 to 2018 while also winning the Super League Golden Boot and Footballer of the Year in 2018. He was called up to the Chinese under-20 national team in 2009 and scored nine goals in five matches during the 2010 AFC U-19 Championship qualification matches.His impressive goalscoring performances saw him called up to the Chinese national team for the 2010 East Asian Football Championship, making his debut on 14 February 2010 in a 2–0 win against Hong Kong. Several months later, Wu returned to the under-20 national team for the 2010 AFC U-19 Championship and he played in four games and score two goals while he aided China to the quarterfinals by the end of the tournament. He scored his first goal for China on 28 July 2013 in a 4–3 win against Australia at the 2013 EAFF East Asian Cup. Can you find a better Chinese youngster to overtake this all time Chinese great?? Challenge Set-Up: Load up China and any other league and take charge of any Chinese League One club - the second tier of Chinese football. You must sign a young Chinese Attacking Midfielder/Winger who will be your new Wu Lei. He must not have any shade of green in striking position. You must win the Chinese League One and win promotion to Chinese Super League and go on to win the Super League as well. You must win 5 x Chinese Domestic Golden Boot, 1 x Super League Golden Boot and 1 x CFA Footballer of the Year. You must score more than 3 hattricks in a single season of Chinese Super League with your player. You must score more than 169 goals with your new Wu Lei while being at the same club. Points: 5 points for every achievement you cross and bonus 50 points if you win the Chinese Domestic Golden Boot for 6 years in a row. 1 point for every goal you score more than 169. Rules: Only SI databases. No unlockables unless earned on the save. No use of any editor. Evidence is required via screenshot, I’d suggest posting a career for all of Vibe to follow No Cheating - Reloading to avoid injuries counts as cheating. LEADERBOARD
  7. We all fancy a bit of journeyman career. Moving from one club or nation to other is an adrenaline rush that many of us live by. We all know the story of Bora Miltunovic who in his 32 year managerial career took charge of 16 different outfits including 8 national teams. But he pales in comparison to the legendary German manager Rudi Gutendorf who in his 48 year managerial career managed a staggering 40 different outfits including 17 national teams. Do you have what it takes to emulate them?? Then, come aboard on the most insane challenge ever created in Vibe: RULES: 1. Load up any leagues and take charge of any club in any division. 2. You have one season to take the club to their desired success after which you need to quit and start with any other club. 3. Rinse and repeat until you have finished your 30 years or you have quit the save in rage. 4. In case you join a club in the middle of the season, you get a chance to play the next full season before you quit. 5. (BONUS) Manage any number of national teams but there will be no restrictions with them. 6. Yes to Reputation/Badges/EME/OME etc. 7. No to Restarting/Editing/Hex Editing or whatever. POINTS 1. Every club you manage gives you 2 points and every nation you manage gives you 5 points. 2. Every cup win gives you 5 points and every league win gives you 10 points. 3. Every season's League Points + GD will be your points. 4. Every individual awards won by your players will give you additional 5 points (including all the Golden Boots) while every Manager award won by you will yield you 10 points. So, for example, if you manage Chelsea in the first season and they win all the cups and win the league with 100 points and +40 GD and you get the MOTY, then your point for the season will be: 140 (League Points+GD) + 10(league win) + 5(Carabao Cup) +5(FA Cup) + 5(Champions League) + 10(MOTY) + 5(POTY) + 5(YPOTY) + 2(for managing Chelsea) = 187 points. So, fire along and take part in this crazy challenge. LEADERBOARD
  8. The City Football Group (CFG) is a holding company that administers association football clubs under the ownership of Abu Dhabi United Group (ADUG).[2] It is part-owned by Chinese firms China Media Capital and CITIC Capital. The company's flagship club is Manchester City F.C. in the English Premier League. It also owns parts of clubs in the United States, Australia, Japan, Spain, and Uruguay. The company's aim is to own a team on each continent, each with the identifier "City" in its name. Your job is to build the city brand and make it one of the most renowned football franchise ever by taking charge of the following clubs: RULES Load up England, USA, Australia and Spain. Start in any order by becoming manager of any one of the four clubs - Man City in England, NY city in USA, Melbourne City in Australia and Girona in Spain. You need to move between these 4 clubs and can stay in one until job becomes available. You need to win all the domestic leagues and cups in offering at that particular country alongwith the Champions League and World Club Championship alongwith all the Super Cups before you can move to the other country. You need to nominate a local AM/ST who will stay with you during the duration of your stay at the club becoming the club legend of sorts. So, for England, you need to nominate an English AMC/ST and so on. His total assists and goals at the club will be your total points for the club. Regens allowed as after some time, you need them. All the other obvious rules apply, i.e no editors, no reloading etc. You need to break the following records before you can move to other club: England - more than 5 league titles, 5 FA Cups, 5 EFL Cups and 5 Community Shields (no. of titles won by Man City) alongwith all other available continental and world titles. Australia - more than 4 league titles and one FFA Cup (highest no. won by a single club) alongwith all other available continental and world titles. USA - more than 4 Supporter Shields, 5 MLS Cups and 5 US Cup (highest no. won by a single club) alongwith all other available continental and world titles. Spain - just win all the titles. You get 50 points for each record you break + the total no. of points gained by your nominated player at the club + 10 points for every domestic award won by your nominated player + 15 points for every world player of the year won by your nominated player So, what do you think?? A challenge worth attempting?? LEADERBOARD
  9. Park Ji-sung (born 25 February 1981) is a South Korean former footballer who played as a midfielder, and who currently serves as a club ambassador at Manchester United. Born in Goheung, Jeollanam-do, Park was the captain of the South Korea national team until his retirement from international football. He is the most successful Asian footballer in history, having won 19 trophies in his career and is the first Asian footballer to have won the UEFA Champions League trophy, the first Asian footballer to play in a UEFA Champions League final, as well as the first Asian footballer to have won the FIFA Club World Cup. Park is able to play anywhere across the midfield and is noted for his exceptional fitness level, discipline, work ethic and off-the-ball movement. His remarkable endurance levels and pace earned him the nickname "Three-Lungs" Park. Park began his football career in his native South Korea and played for the Myongji University team before moving to Japan to play for Kyoto Purple Sanga. After Park's national team manager Guus Hiddink moved back to the Netherlands to manage PSV Eindhoven, Park followed him to the Dutch side a year later. After PSV reached the semi-finals of the 2004–05 UEFA Champions League, Park's talents were recognised by Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson and he signed Park for a fee of around £4 million in July 2005. In his time at Manchester United, Park won the Premier League four times and also won the 2007–08 UEFA Champions League and the 2008 FIFA Club World Cup. He moved to Queens Park Rangers in July 2012 after suffering a reduction in his number of appearances for Manchester United the previous season. However, an injury-interrupted season with QPR, combined with the club's relegation, led to Park rejoining PSV on loan for the 2013–14 season. As a member of the South Korea national team, Park won 100 caps and scored 13 goals,[9] and was a member of the team that finished fourth at the 2002 FIFA World Cup. He also represented his nation at the 2006 FIFA World Cup and was captain at the 2010 FIFA World Cup. Park scored in all three consecutive tournaments (the first South Korean and only second Asian player to do so) and is currently South Korea's joint all-time leading goalscorer at the FIFA World Cup finals with three goals, alongside Ahn Jung-hwan and Son Heung-min. After the 2011 Asian Cup, on 31 January 2011, Park announced that he was retiring from international football at a press conference held by the Korea Football Association in Suwon. On 14 May 2014, Park announced his retirement from football, citing his knee injury as the reason for his departure. On 2 October 2014, Park returned to Manchester United as one of the club's global ambassadors. He was presented by Sir Alex Ferguson at the home game against Everton. Park became the first Asian to become an ambassador at Manchester United and the sixth ambassador overall, following Sir Bobby Charlton, Andy Cole, Sir Alex Ferguson, Denis Law and Bryan Robson. Can you emulate this South Korean legend?? Challenge Set-Up: Load up Netherlands and England and any other two leagues of your choice and start your career with PSV. You must sign a Korean midfielder who will be your new "Ji-Sung" At PSV you must win atleast 2x Eredivise, 1x KNVB Cup and 1x Dutch Super Cup. Move onto England and take charge of any Premier League club (Man U if you want to make it authentic) and bring the Korean with you. In England, you must win atleast 4x Premier League, 3x Carabao Cup, 4x Community Shield, 1x Champions League and 1x World Club Championship Bonus: Take charge of the S.Korean National team and score more than 13 international goals by your new "Ji-Sung" Try to win the "Ballon d'Or" Better Korean's best finish of 4th at the world cup. Rules: Own Formations only Only SI databases. No unlockables unless earned on the save No use of any editor Evidence is required via screenshot, I’d suggest posting a career for all of Vibe to follow No Cheating - Reloading to avoid injuries counts as cheating So, there you go. A challenge with the Koreans. Hope some of you take this one. Expecting some feedback. 2020 LEADERBOARD 2019 LEADERBOARD @Kanegan - Kang-in Lee 811 Contributions (616 goals and 195 assists) Career
  10. Ya, that would have been great. I had attempted this challenge in 2019 but then overwrote the save so it got lost. I am planning to attempt it again. These all are challenges that i had created for 2019 and i am just carrying them forward for this edition.
  11. The great Liverpool sides of the late 1970s and early 1980s dominated football in England and Europe completely. Bill Shankly had made Liverpool one of the best clubs in England, and Bob Paisley took Liverpool to new heights making them one of the greatest teams of all time. The arrival of Kenny Dalglish in 1977 changed the course of Liverpool history as he became arguably the greatest ever player to don the famous red jersey. The genius of the manager, Bob Paisley was evident as Liverpool produced some of the most excitingly dominant football ever seen, asserting their superiority both domestically and internationally. His assistant manager Joe Fagan took over in ‘83 and ensured the great Liverpool machine didn’t run out of steam. The team is characterized by the the four main pillars, Grame Souness in the midfield, Alan Hansen at the back and the partnership of Ian Rush and Kenny Dalglish at the front. Under Souness captaincy, Liverpool blossomed into one of the greatest European squad of all times, winning an astonishing four European Championships, and 5 English Championships and 4 League Cups. Rush went on to become the club's all time leading goalscorer, scoring 346 goals including a record 25 goals in the Merseyside derby. Liverpool have never reached the heady heights of the great squad since then. Can you take over and make The Reds even better?? The Rules Load up England and any other countries you wish. Take control of Liverpool. You must sign an Scottish Attacking Midfielder (Souness), Striker (Dalglish), Defender (Hansen) and a Welsh Striker (Rush) You have 7 seasons to score as many points as possible. The total goals by your Scottish - Welsh striking duo and the assists by your Scottish midfielder divided by 7 will be added to your points. Usual other rules, no cheating, own formations, no reloading etc... Scoring System 1. 10 points for every league title won. 2. 5 points for every cup won 3. 15 points for every Champions League title won 4. 5 points for every award won by any of your 4 players (Player's Player of the Year, Player's Young Player of the Year and National Player of the year and National Young Player of the Year not included) 5. The total goals scored by your Welsh - Scottish attacking duo and the assists scored by your Scottish midfielder divided by 7 will be added to your points. 6. BONUS - 50 points if you break Rush's record of 346 club goals in 7 seasons 7. BONUS - 30 points if you break Rush's record of 25 club goals in Merseyside derby 2020 Leaderboard 2019 Leaderboard 1. @Kanegan - 313.7 points Career
  12. The premise is pretty straightforward. You need to win the Champions League in every continent available in FMM 19 and World Club Championship. So, how and what to do it. Setup is pretty simple but challenge is an exciting one. SETUP Slot 1: Load any one of Australia, China and Korea Slot 2: Load USA Slot 3: This gets interesting now. Load one of Scotland, N.Ireland, Ireland and Wales Slot 4: No easy way out. Load any one of Belgium, Turkey, Poland , Russia, Denmark or Greece. CHALLENGE 1. Win the Asian Champions League and World Club Championship with any one of Asian clubs. Designate a national hero i.e nominate a player who will be of the same nationality as the country you are managing and his total goals in Champions League and World Club Championship will be your total points for this stage. 2. Win UEFA Champions League and World Club Championship with any one of the UK clubs as given in the setup. Designate a national hero the same way as the previous stage. His total goals in UEFA Champions League and World Club Championship will be your total points for the stage. 3. Rinse and repeat stage 2 with any one of European clubs as given in the setup and same way designate a national hero. 4. Win CONCACAF Champions League and World Club Championship with any one of USA clubs and nominate your national hero. His total goals in CONCACAF Champions League and World Club Championship will be your total points for the stage. 5. Your total points will be the sum of Asia + UK + Europe + USA. 6. Win 5 points for every top goalscorer award in the Champions League and World Club Championship won by your national hero. 7. Win 5 points for every season you complete this under 30. 9. BONUS: Win a bonus 100 points if you manage a 1KC between all your national heroes. 8. You can play in any order but no other leagues allowed apart from the ones stated in the challenge. 9. You can stay at the club even after winning the required trophies till the time you can move. All your total goals will be counted for that stage ( only in the Champions League and Club World Championship) 10. No to reloading/holidaying/IGE etc. 11. Yes to badges/reputation. 12. You can continue even if you get sacked. 13. Important Note: You cannot get into AFC Champions League if you select Wellington Phoenix in Hyundai A-League. So you are better off without them. LEADERBOARD
  13. Rabah "Mustapha" Madjer (born 15 December 1958) is an Algerian former footballer who played as a striker. He reached stardom as a Porto player during the 1980s, being widely regarded as one of the best Algerian football players of all time. With that club he won nine major titles during his six-year spell, including three national championships and the 1987 European Cup. One of the most prolific Algerian internationals in number of games and goals, Madjer played in two World Cups with his national team, helping it to its first ever participation in 1982. Having taken up coaching immediately after retiring, he managed several clubs, and also had several spells with the Algerian team. Born in the Algiers district of Hussein Dey of Kabyle background (Tigzirt), Madjer started his European career in 1983, moving to Racing Club de France football Colombes 92 from local NA Hussein Dey. He stayed there during one and a half seasons, finishing 1984–85 with another French side, Tours FC. He arrived at FC Porto in 1985–86 and, the following campaign, entered the club's history books in the final of the European Cup against FC Bayern Munich, scoring the 1–1 equalizer in a memorable final, which eventually ended 2–1 to the Portuguese, and also setting up the winner of Juary. Pelé is believed to have said of this goal: "It would have been the greatest goal I have ever seen, if he had not looked back at it." He also netted in the club's Intercontinental Cup conquest the same year. After that stellar 1987, Madjer won the Ballon d'or Africain, but was not allowed to compete for the European Golden Ball as he was not born in the region. In the first part of 1987–88 he scored ten times from only 11 appearances. In the summer 1988 he moved to Inter Milan but the medical exams detected a serious thigh muscle injury that the player had in the past and the contract was never officially signed (despite the initial announcement and the official photos already taken). After being close to transferring to Bayern Munich, Madjer signed for La Liga's Valencia CF in January 1988, returning to his previous team after only a few months for a further three seasons. Johan Cruyff had also attempted to sign Madjer for AFC Ajax at the time the clubs met in the 1987 European Super Cup. Cruyff was unhappy with his own club's board, believing that they leaked details of the transfer which caused Porto to pull out of the deal. Madjer retired from the game in 1992 at the age of nearly 34, after a brief stint with Qatar SC. Also in that country, he managed Al Sadd SC, Al-Wakrah Sport Club and Al Rayyan SC. He played for the Algerian national team for 19 years, and was present at the 1982 and 1986 FIFA World Cup finals. He retired as the nation's top goalscorer at 28, in 87 caps, having also won the Africa Cup of Nations in 1990 as the hosts incidentally beat Nigeria twice, in the opening match 5–1 and the final 1–0. His most famous goal came in Algeria's 2–1 win over Germany in the 1982 World Cup, when he opened the scoring in the 53rd minute. In 1993, he began coaching the national team but, after failing to qualify for two 1994 major competitions, the World Cup and the CAN, resigned, returning to Porto as a youth coordinator. Can you emulate the most famous Algerian of all time?? Challenge Set-Up: Load up Portugal and any other league and take charge of Porto. You must sign an Algerian striker who will become your new “Madjer” At Porto you must win the following in 6 seasons: 2x Taca de Portugal, 2x Supertaca , 2x Premier league, 1x Champions League, 1x UEFA Supercup, 1x World Club Championship. (FMM Special) You must break his goalscoring record of 143 goals in 6 seasons. Bonus: Take charge of the Algeria National team and score more than 28 international goals by your new "Madjer" Win the African Cup of Nations atleast once. Your new "Madjer" should win the African Footballer of the Year once in 6 seasons with Porto Rules: Only SI databases. No unlockables unless earned on the save. No use of any editor. Evidence is required via screenshot, I’d suggest posting a career for all of Vibe to follow No Cheating - Reloading to avoid injuries counts as cheating. 2020 LEADERBOARD 2019 LEADERBOARD 1. @Kanegan - Idris Saadi 233 goals career
  14. The Champions Streak Challenge A pretty straightforward challenge. This is applicable for the UEFA Champions League. Real Madrid won it 5 times back to back between 1956 - 1960. Ajax and Bayern Munich have done 3 in a row. How many can you win?? This can be done as a side challenge to your careers. You need to post your longest streak of winning the Champions League. Can you beat Real's 5?? Rules No cheating of any kind. eg. reloading, pre game or in game editors. Load any and as many leagues in any country's as you wish. You need to show me the trophy cabinet where it shows the no of successive CL titles you have won. This is only for the UCL so any other continental competitions don't qualify. Also you can post proof as a career (this can be a single post showing all the relevant screenshots) and remember to tag me so you can be added to the leaderboard. 2020 Leaderboard 2019 Leaderboard 1. @Ian - Ajax - 15 (2026 - 2040) 1. @Foxy - Barcelona - 15 (2019 - 2033) 2. VibeCommunity - Tottenham - 12 (2019 - 2030) 3. @MikeF - Bayern Munich - 11(2031-2041) 4. @Kanchelskis1878 - AC Milan - 10 (2024-2033) 4. @Kanegan - Roma - 10 (2019 - 2028) 5. @Kanegan - Sporting - 9 (2030 - 2038) 6. @Mr Tree - Legia Warsaw - 6 (2033-2038)
  15. Here is the 3rd one to complete the trilogy after Copa America Challenge and AFCON Challenge Here are the winners for the Gold Cup: You need to select a player from each of the nation above and his goals and assists will count towards your points. The scoring system will be: Mexico player: (G+A) * 0.8 USA : (G+A) *0.6 Canada: (G+A)*1 So, here are the rules: 1. This will be a 3 season long challenge 2. Any club and any league is allowed but no created clubs. 3. Real players are allowed. 4. Club games count only. No intl. games 5. No reloading/hex-editing/IGE etc. 6. All badges and reputations allowed. 7. You can go in any sequence. Just follow the scoring system for your points. 8. Have fun. LEADERBOARD
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