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  1. Lol I thought you were gone today, hence why I passed you the save early. Either way best of luck and leave me something to work with lol
  2. Great first season. 36 isn't too bad to open the account with. Hope for more in season 2.
  3. The rise of Manchester...F.C.

    Great couple of seasons mate. You seem to be devloping a bit of rivalry with Forest Green hopefully you can get passed them next time. Keep up the good work looking forward to next season.
  4. Apoligies to all, Completley forgot to check the used strikers before proceeding and it was only when checking the record goals(already held by Icardi) in the save i realised my error. Apolgies once again.....
  5. You should have it by the end of the day @Taff
  6. Good work @mcandrew003 guys and indeed @Harish prior to that. No pressure on me then I better get to work, I'll try leave you something to work with @Taff
  7. Well done @leecutler great first season. Unlucky in the CL with those pesky Germans lol. Looking forward to how far we can go with this.
  8. Jermain Defoe to Bournemouth

    Thanks guys, Ye I don't think FMM takes into consideration he might play longer which is why he dropped so low after the initial season, Just wondering can any experienced posters explain why the last image top goalscorer chart keeps appearing there. Iv edited and deleted it many times but it still comes back when I save it.
  9. Jermain Defoe (Sunderland to Bournemouth Free) Jermain Defoe will be returning to Bournemouth 16 years after his last game for the club, having scored 18 goals while on loan from West Ham during the 2000/01 campaign. Career so far... Defoe began his career at Charlton Athletic, joining their youth team aged 14, before moving to West Ham United aged 16 and rising through the ranks. He made his first-team debut for West Ham in 2000, and after a season-long loan spell at Bournemouth in the 2000–01 season, he established himself in the West Ham line-up. After West Ham's relegation in 2003, he would move to Tottenham in January 2004, where Defoe played for four years before being sold to Portsmouth in January 2008. He spent one season at Fratton Park before returning to Tottenham in the January 2009 transfer window.After 5 years at white hart lane He would leave Tottenham for Toronto FC of the MLS in 2014, before returning to England in January 2015 to sign for Sunderland. In April 2011, Defoe became the 20th player to score a century of Premier League goals, and is currently the seventh-highest goalscorer in Premier League history.He became the fifth highest goalscorer in Tottenham's history in September 2013, and the club's highest goalscorer in European competitions in November 2013. On 19 November 2016, Defoe scored his 150th Premier League goal, becoming the joint tenth-highest goal scorer in Premier League history. Jermain Defoe has played 535 club games scoring 198 goals as well as being capped by England 57 times and scoring 20 goals. Will this return have a fairy tale ending or will it be mistake for one of the premier league's most prolific marksmen let’s find out. Season 1 So a decent first season back at Dean court for Defoe netting 16 goals and 4 assists in 35 games. As he helped Bournemouth to premier league survival finishing 16th. Defoe would finish himself 7th in the scoring charts and when you look at the company in that list it’s not a bad return for a free transfer. Season 2 Would it be second season syndrome for Defoe now at the age of 34 will he still be able to cut it in the top league. Bournemouth had a much better season this time round as they finished 11th but how did Defoe do. Well it wasn't as nearly as prolific making 28 appearances he scored 10 and assisted just 1. But this is not a bad return as by December in the test he hadn't scored in 11 appearances so if you take the second have of the season on its own 10 goals in 17 is not too bad for a player at the end of his career. Season 3 This really was the end of Defoe’s career this season. Bournemouth would sign Jordan Rhodes and Defoe faded to the back of the line only making 5 appearances and getting one assist and zero goals. Bournemouth would go on to finish 14th in the league. They would then release Defoe at the end of the season. So last season aside the return of Defoe yielded 26 goals over 2 seasons.not bad business for a free transfer signing. For a team like Bournemouth that could be crucial in their bid to stay in the premiership.
  10. Niall C 4 and I voted for FMMVibe Community

    Good Article. As a Man united fan it is one of my go to saves every year and one of my go to sales is Fellani but that just me. Good work.
  12. Great article. I have to agree with @Nick11 Jota seems to be the prince to the throne. Given the similarity in Position and Nationality and he didn't fair to badly stats wise too . Glad this is due to be a mini series cant wait for more kiu.
  13. Cheap Wonderkid XI One of the best challenges in FMM17 is uncovering the next great talent. But sometimes it isn't the cheapest of endeavors. For example Marcus Rashford was a unknown player just over a year ago, he now starts the game worth a eye watering £20 million. A lot of money for a 18 year old, So with that in mind I present a starting XI of future world stars that won’t cost you more than £10 million each. So let’s start our money saving search. GK-Pedrag Rajkovic-Maccabi Tel-Aviv £1.5m This Serbian shot stopper is a steal at just £1.5 mill. As you can see just after one season he is already worth ten times that. As you can see after one season he is increased in handling and decision making and he is already worth ten times what we payed, DL Philipp Ochs £9.5m This guy was interesting. As upon reloading the test save to purchase him. His value had jumped to £10.75 million. Still I bid just £8.75 million already worth ten times and after a couple more bids and a tantrum from Ochs and I managed to snatch him up for £9.5 million He will come back after initial contract offer of his requested wages of 15-20k that he would find it hard to leave Hoffenheim. But you can offer him a new contract of his demands of 50-60k a week and he signs. DC Jerry St.Juste £7m A quality strong Dutch center back. With bags of potential. Within one season he improved in tackling and positioning,At just £7 million a worthy investment for years to come. DC Mathijs de Ligt £7m Another Dutch center back with bags of potential. At just 16 he could lead your defense for years, In one season you see he is already improving in key areas (aerial, positioning) and if he improves as quick as he has in one season he will be world star in any top European side. DR Hidde Ter avest 7m Not a whole lot of improvement in stats for this Dutch right back with only slight improvements in tackling and positioning. But this is only after one season. Given his adaptability to play at CB as well as Rb makes him a worthy investment and at just £7 million. AMR Pavon £7.75m Not really an unknown to experienced players of FMM17 . 7.5 million for a 21 year old ready for the first team and given that he can easily play on the left or right makes him a worthy acquisition for our team. AML Hirving Lozano £8m Again another well known wonder kid. But another ready made first team prospect. Capable of playing on either wing. Also could do a job up top if needed. With recent media reports linking him with a move to Man City this summer this may be the last chance you have to snap up the Mexican winger. MC Flippo Melgoni £3.5m. Decent young Italian central midfielder.that has the potential to play in a number of roles with some training. As you can see here after just one season he has already got a passing rating of 15 also he has risen more than three times in value and he is only 17. MC/AMC Alfonso sousa £7m If your looking for an advance play maker for your team. Look no further than FC Porto’s Alfonso Sousa. Easily adaptable at playing in the center of midfield. Although not much improvement in once season but he is still only 16/17 years old so has much time to improve. He is also in this test save he is also competing with Man united players such as Mata, Mkhitaryan which may have stifled his development. ST Thomas Buitnik £7.25m Yes another Dutch wonderkid. Upon doing this article I am beginning to think we could be entering a golden age of Dutch wonderkids in the next few years. Or at least that’s what SI are predicting. One season in and his value is risen considerably and his shooting is 15 and dribbling 14 and he is still only 16. ST Albian Ajeti £10m The most expensive of our wonderkids but as you will see after just one year he has got a shooting rating of 16 and he is already worth £16 million and still only 20. So there you have it a Starting XI with a total cost value of just £68.5 million with huge developments in one season that should be noted was holidayed and controlled by the AI. I expect them to grow even more under player control and perhaps with the use of the Intensive training could grow even more . Also the key to purchasing these players I should say is to be strict with your transfer offers. Offer the player’s value or below it as an initial bid and then increase in small increments more often than not the player will throw his toys out of the pram and demand a move Hope you enjoy the read, Feel free to add your wonderkid discoveries below and share those gems.
  14. Die Ausflug - A Primer to the 3.Liga

    Nice article. Definitely a challenge for someone looking for a road to glory career.
  15. Sevilla Career

    Tbh this season was about 2 months ago so not sure lol. I know I went more attacking around November December in a 4-3-3 which allowed Correa to flourish in the Left IF position. Thanks for comments.