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  • Birthday March 23
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    Completing The Uprising Challenge

    May I start with China or do I have to be offered the job in a save while managing a club?
  2. 2018's Toulon Tournament Last Saturday, Mexico and England played the final of the Tournoi Maurice Revello known more famously as the Toulon Tournament. The Toulon Tournament is a cup disputed every year in France as a showcase for the future generations of football. The format consists of 3 groups- each with 4 teams in it- were the first places and the best second place go through to the semifinals. But what is special about this tournament? Well, the tournament is played by National U-21 Teams. Players like Zinedine Zidane, Cristiano Ronaldo, Hugo Sanchez, Thierry Henry, or more recently Hector Herrera, Javier Mascherano and James Rodriguez played this tournament when they were relatively unknown. Let's take a look at some information regarding this year's tournament: Teams Involved Group A Group B Group C England U21 France U21 Turkey U21 Mexico U21 Scotland U21 Canada U21 Qatar U21 Togo U21 Japan U21 China U21 South Korea U21 Portugal U21 Semifinals Mexico (1st place) 3-1 Turkey (1st Place) England (Best 2nd place) 3-1 Scotland (1st Place) Final England 2-1 Mexico Individual Awards Best Player: Diego Lainez (Mexico) The Club America's player was awarded the best player title for his top performances during the tournament. His creativity and vision made Eduardo Aguirre the top scorer with 7 goals. He made his debut in the Mexican first division last year with only 16 years and since then transfer rumors have flooded the Mexican newspapers, Saint Etienne, Olympique Lyon, PSV and Villarreal are among the teams that want to steal this talent. In game, his pace and his crossing make him a great winger. His cheap price and young age, also make him a must for middle table teams that are looking for bargain solutions. Definitely a guy to watch out for. 2nd Best Player: Lewis Cook (England) After taking the most important step of his footballing career so far by moving from Championship-side Leeds to Premier League's Bournemouth. He hasn't stopped developing and he has effectively showed his progress in this year's tournament by lifting the trophy as captain. In game, he is quite expensive for mid-table teams, but once you train him every pound is worth is worth it. His passing, tackling and pace can all be trained to greens quickly turning him into a starter in any team. 3rd Best Player: Michael Johnston (Scotland) Michael Johnston, along with his teammate Billy Gilmour, was one of the revelations of this year's tournament. He showed his class by handing out an assist and scoring a goal. He will now head back to Celtic and try to win a spot in the first team, where he has only played in 2 occasions. In game, he doesn't seem as a big deal but his low price could make him a lower leagues star and maybe with the correct amount of game time and training he can become a great player. Best Goalkeeper: Freddie Woodman (England) Conceding only 3 goals in 5 matches, Woodman was named the best goalkeeper of the tournament. This is the second award of this kind he has received after being named the best goalkeeper of the U20 Fifa World Cup. Unfortunately for him his position is very complicated and he has only managed 29 club appearances throughout his career. In game, he is very expensive but his value is worth it once he is trained to a beast goalkeeper. Best XI: Every year the organizers of the tournament reveal that tournament's Best XI. I will not be going into detail with any player. Also, note some players were impossible to find in this year's game so I went on and replaced them with a player of their same nationality that also played in the tournament. Picture taken form Wikipedia. This is the Best XI as published by the organizers of the tournament. Lee Kang-In, Billy Gilmour (named Breakthrough Player) and Eduardo Aguirre (Top Goalscorer with 7 goals) can't be found in this years game. They have been replaced in the following XI: Goalkeeper Defenders Midfielders Attacker That is all from me. Thanks for reading, if you enjoyed the read please leave a like and if there is something you feel should be changed or I said something wrong please feel free to correct me. Thanks again, S4NCH0
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    Group A "Russia 2018"

    I will be posting 2 or 3 articles daily, hopefully I can get to Costa Rica by Wednesday.
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    Off Topic Russia 2018

    World Cup Groups A-H Hello Vibe, As all of us know, or at least I hope so, the World Cup is just around the corner. In just three days we will be experiencing the opening ceremony and the Russia vs Saudi Arabia match, and, if you are a huge soccer fan like me, you too probably can’t wait for Russia 2018 to start. And to keep you entertained while you wait, I am starting this mini series, where I will analyze each group (A to H) and invite you to discuss the possibilities of each team. I will be doing so in separate threads that I will be updating for the next 3 days. Hope you enjoy! Group A https://fmmvibe.com/forums/topic/41861-group-a-russia-2018/?tab=comments#comment-352078 Group B Group C Group D Group E Group F Group G Group H Thanks for reading. I will be posting the next groups soon, so stay tuned. If you have any comment, suggestion or complaint, please leve it in the comments. Thanks, S4NCH0
  5. Group A: Russia Saudi Arabia Egypt Uruguay Group A is the first group of this mini series. This is a group of “returning” nations: Saudi Arabia and Egypt will be making their first appearance in a World Cup since 2006 and 1990, respectively. Both teams will be joined by host nation Russia and the first ever World Cup champions Uruguay. Russia World Cup Appearances: 10 tournaments (40 games) Best Result: Semifinalist (1966) 2014 World Cup result: Group Stages The former URSS (Russia since late 1990s), will be trying to use the home condition in their favor. Historically the odds have always helped the host nation (only South Africa in 2010 didn't make it into the next round) and Russia doesn’t want to be an exception. The 2018 Russian national team is not as strong as the former URSS teams, with Lev Yashin, Ivanov or Igor Netto, and locals have almost no hope in their team. With players like Akinfeev and Kokorin, Russia will try to prove the its own people wrong and make it into the Round of 16. Best Players: Igor Akinfeev With more than 100 caps to his name, Igor Akinfeev goes into this years World Cup as the most experienced Russian player. The agility and reflexes he has shown with CSKA Moscow, make him the ideal goalkeeper. Also, his great technical ability make him a reliable pass option for midfielders and defenders. Will he be capable of stoping Luis Suarez and Mohamed Salah from scoring? Alexandr Golovin This 22 year old midfielder will be setting tempo of the Russian game. He will use his technical abilities and combine them with his good physical attributes (1.80m tall) to not only generate goals, but also to stop the opposition form creating important goal opportunities. Will his inexperience affect his game at the World Cup? Head Coach: Stanislav Cherchesov Russia’s Head Coach since 2016, Cherchesov has had a bad managerial term with a poor efficiency of 26%. When he was announced as manager, the Russian Federation announced its expectations: reaching the semifinals, but a bad Confederations Cup (5th place playing as hosts) makes such goal a tough battle for Cherchesov. How far can he take Russia? Saudi Arabia World Cup Appearances: 4 tournaments (13 games) Best Result: Round of 16 (1994) 2014 World Cup result: Didn’t participate After a 12 year absence, Saudi Arabia has qualified for the World Cup. Making its debut in 1994 (with players like Saeed Owairan: the dessert Maradona) Saudi Arabia went on to play in 3 consecutive tournaments until 2006. The Saudi Arabian record is a poor one only 2 wins and 2 ties in 13 World Cup matches. Best Players: Yahya Al-Sheri Nicknamed by some as the arabic Messi, this talented midfielder has helped his national team achieve this return to the World Cup, with 18 appearances in the qualifiers. His amazing vision and creativity has gained him an opportunity with Spanish side Leganes. Can he take Saudi Arabia, this group’s underdogs, into the next round? Fahad Al-Muwallad This multifaceted young player will be looking to connect efficiently, with midfielders Al-Sheri and Al-Dawasari, and net some goals for the Sons of the Dessert. Will he be able to do so? How many goals can he score? Head Coach: Juan Antonio Pizzi After failing to take Chile to the World Cup, Juan Antonio Pizzi was offered the Suadi Arabian managerial chair. With a Copa América with Chile and a Copa Libertadores with San Lorenzo, Pizzi’s objective is to at least make one point and end the no point streak. Can he steal some points from the other teams? Egypt World Cup Appearances: 2 tournaments (4 games) Best Result: Round of 16 (1934) 2014 World Cup result: Didn’t participate The pharaohs were the first African nation to participate in a World Cup in Italy 1934, but things didn’t go so well for them until 1990 when they finally made it back for their second World Cup. Now, 28 years later they’ll have a third chance. Will they be able to win their first ever World Cup match? Best Players: Mohamed Salah PFA’s player of the year, Liverpool’s 2018 top scorer with 44 goals and with 58 Egypt caps to his name, Salah is regarded as the most important figure of the Egyptian team. He scored the penalty that qualified Egypt for the World Cups, and all the country’s hopes are set on him, but an incidental tackle in the Champions League final has made his participation in the World Cup a mystery. Will Salah recover in time and take Egypt past the group stages for the first time ever? Mohamed Elneny While the attack of the team revolts around Salah, Elneny is in charge of the midfield. His strength makes him a tough player and opposition will certainly have to find ways to run through him. But his ability doesn’t stop there, he can also aid the team in attack and even score some goals. Can he support Salah with assists and give Egypt the defensive stability they need? Head Coach: Hector Cuper Egypt’s Head Coach since 2015, Cuper has managed to bring the egyptian magic back. Having managed teams like Inter, Valencia, Betis, Parma and Mallorca, Cuper has now taken his club experience into international football. He ended runner-up with Egypt in the last African Cup and has made history by qualifying them to their third World Cup. Will Cuper keep making history with Egypt in this tournament? Uruguay World Cup Appearances: 12 tournaments (51 games) Best Result: Champion (1930, 1950) 2014 World Cup result: Round of 16 The first ever host nation and first ever champion of a World Cup, Uruguay is also the national team with the most FIFA recognized trophies to its name: 19. Famous for carrying out El Maracanazo in Brazil 1950, they will try to do as good in the up-coming tournament. Can Suarez and friends make it back to the semifinals as in 2010? Best Players: Luis Suarez With almost 100 international caps under his arm, Luis Suarez goes to Russia to play his third World Cup. Always a polemic player (he handballed a clear goal in 2010 and bit Georgio Chiellini in 2014) he will try to remain cold blooded and help his team till the end. Will he be able to do it? Diego Godin The 32 year old defender will be playing his third World Cup and will be looking to get his second official title with the national team (he won Copa America in 2011). Known to be a though and strength-full player, Diego can also score headers in corners. Can he help keep Fernando Muslera’s goal safe? Head Coach: Oscar Washington Tabarez As the oldest manager in this years Wolrd Cup, Tabarez will try to bring his experience into play. After making it to the Round of 16 in Italy 1990 and Brazil 2014 and into the Semifinals in South Africa 2010, Tabarez will try to break his own record and make it into the Final in his 4th Wolrd Cup as Uruguay’s manager. Can he do it? Thanks for reading. I will be posting the next groups soon, so stay tuned. If you have any comment, suggestion or complaint, please leve it in the comments. Thanks, S4NCH0
  6. Thanks! Umut Gönūl is amazing
  7. Hi really enjoying the read KIU! btw, is there any chance you could show us the profiles of the youngsters you are developing in your reserve team? Thanks!
  8. They can take up a managerial position. I remember Edward Koeman taking over Huddersfield on my save.
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    Football Manager 2016 (PC) Giveaway

    I'd like the game
  10. First Name - SanchoLast Name - FernandezForum Name - S4NCH0Nationality (it dosent have to be ur own) - MexicanPrimary Position - DCSecond Position (if Primary not Available) - DMCName 2 Prefered Roles (for the position u ) - Ball Playing Defende or Ball Wininng Midfielder
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    Meeting Steven Gerrard

    I once met pele. He came to mexico and I was a little kid and asked him to do some trick with the ball. Good od luck meeting Gerrard
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    MyClub Legends Powerpodz Draft w/ Noah!

    I would play like this Oliver Kahn Gary Neville- Paulo Cannavaro- Rio Ferdinand- Ian Harte Roy Keane- Owen Halgreaves David Beckham Ryan Giggs Cristiano Ronaldo- Michael Owen you would tear apart every team with that midfield and attack
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    My Story In Amsterdam - A Zivkovic 1KC

    Only Goals for your team count, hala. KIU!
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    MyClub Legends Powerpodz Draft w/ Noah!

    THIS.IS.FREAKING.AWESOME! I remember playing with those toys (they where made by coca cola here in Mexico) when i was younger, I had the whole mexican and Brazilian national team. Great idea and very enjoyable to watch you and your wonderful son doing this video. Looking forward for the updates. KIU
  15. Try Hirving Lozano younger and better. great work Hala and Devil03! Looking forward to following this series and see the next 49 players! KIU