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Nucleus

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  1. Angry
    Nucleus reacted to Ashez in Vibe Community Event: CentreBack FC - Nominations Wanted   
    Number 1 is Carragher, Number 2 is Carragher, Number 3 is Carragher, Number 4 is Carragher, CARRAGHER
    We all dream of a team of Carragher’s A team of Carragher’s A team of Carragher’s We all dream of a team of Carragher’s A team of Carragher’s A team of Carragher’s
    Number 5 is Carragher, Number 6 is Carragher, Number 7 is Carragher, Number 8 is Carragher, CARRAGHER
    We all dream of a team of Carragher’s, A team of Carragher’s, A team of Carragher’s, We all dream of a team of Carragher’s, A team of Carragher’s, A team of Carragher’s…
    Number 9 is Carragher, Number 10 is Carragher, Number 11 is Carragher, and 23 is Carragher, CARRAGHER
  2. Funny
    Nucleus reacted to Foxy in Vibe Community Event: CentreBack FC - Nominations Wanted   
    Just checked and he is in the DB I have loaded so you can pick him if you want. The players don’t have to be in those divisions that is just a guide so that people can check if the player they want is available.
    Not sure if he is in the DB so I have put you down for his brother Virgil instead 😛
    Nice pick mate 👍🏻
  3. Favourite
    Nucleus reacted to Foxy in Vibe Community Event: CentreBack FC - Nominations Wanted   
    Vibe Community Event: CentreBack FC
    When I was a kid back at the beginning of professional football defenders were always just the big lads that couldn’t really play but got stuck in. As time has gone on defenders have become more capable on the ball and nowadays certainly at the top level centre backs are expected to have the same ability on the ball as midfielders.
    To see how good modern day CB’s really are as all round footballers I decided it would be fun to play a save only using CB’s in the outfield positions. Following a brainstorming session with @Ashez we decided that it would great to make this a community event and allow you guys to send me your favourite CB and see which is the most “complete” CB on Vibe.
    How this works
    I want to make 2 XI’s of CB’s which I will then play in alternative matches so this means I need 20 players in total. This is where you guys come in as what I want you guys to do is nominate a CB to be your entry for this and I will then use the IGE to transfer that player to my chosen club and change there name to your Vibe screen name. The first 10 CB will be Team A and the 2nd 10 will make up Team B I will then do a draw for each position based on the number you nominated so the first person to nominate is number 1 and so on. The CB with the highest AvR will be declared the overall winner with then a winner in Defence, Midfield and Attack for both teams.
    Once we have our squad of CB’s I will then start a save most likely in Italy and I will begin a Career thread so you guys can all follow your players progress. I will give more details on that once we have picked the squad.
    So in summery.
    Comment below with the CB that you wish to represent you. The player can be green in other positions on the pitch but he must be natural as a centre back. I will do a draw to decide which position that your nominated player will play on the pitch. I will play the 2 teams alternately in matches so that all players have an even chance of winning. There will be an overall winner, a winner from each XI and then winners based on where they play on the pitch so defence, midfield and attack. The winners will be based on AvR. If you need to check if a player you want to nominate is in the DB I will be loading the top divisions from Italy, Spain, England and Germany but you can pick any player so long as they are in that DB.
    I will be using the Gegenpressing tactic that Ashez and myself created as it is a proven tactic and it tends to create high ratings across the team although it’s never been tested with a team of CB’s! As this tactic uses a player in the DM role which as we all know will result in low AvR’s mine and Ashez player nominations will play that role so that everyone else has a good chance of winning. We will both be making the final player nominations to let you guys get in with the players you want first.
    You can find out more about the tactic here.
    The key thing to remember is that the player you choose could end up playing anywhere on the pitch except GK so it’s worth putting some thought into who you go for. 
    So don’t be shy get commenting with your nominations and hopefully we can have some fun with this.
    Nominated Players
    @Rob: Upamecano  @eekim28: Ajer @Nucleus: Van Dijk @Titjes: Kehrer @Mr Tree: Mephum @Woody: Skriniar @1759: Sergio Ramos @Ran7777: de Ligt @samhardy: John O’Shite @Foxy: @Lapalapalup: Lindelof @Damilare: David Luiz @CamelXCVII: Mauricio Lemos 14 15 16 17 18 19 @Ashez:  
     
     
  4. Funny
    Nucleus reacted to Ashez in Ashez Plays The Squad Number Goal Challenge   
    We'll find out tomorrow!
    It just worked out tbf, Grigg was the last I had in the squad and I expected to be using him, once he scored I had 20 days and a war chest to find a striker. Suarez rejected unfortunately so I went for Ronaldo. I knew I wanted to go big at least once but the options really weren't that appealing, losing the final last year made me want a god though
    added 0 minutes later We'll find out tomorrow!
    It just worked out tbf, Grigg was the last I had in the squad and I expected to be using him, once he scored I had 20 days and a war chest to find a striker. Suarez rejected unfortunately so I went for Ronaldo. I knew I wanted to go big at least once but the options really weren't that appealing, losing the final last year made me want a god though
  5. Happy
    Nucleus reacted to Ashez in Ashez Plays The Squad Number Goal Challenge   
    Nothing to do with fact I've done a Ronaldo 1k then
    I expected he'd be got straight away, those clues were tough to make semi difficult!
  6. Happy
    Nucleus reacted to 1759 in 1759 goes for a 1k   
    Cheers! I will do. I never thought that it would be a record. Happy days 
  7. Funny
    Nucleus got a reaction from samhardy in Welsh Prem/League best players on FM 2019?   
    John Owen - Llandudno = baller 🔥🔥
    added 0 minutes later He’ll be in Aberystwyth town after the winter update so snap him up quick before his value rises to around £30m
  8. Favourite
    Nucleus got a reaction from smoggy90 in Big Trouble in Little China - Chen Shilong 1kc   
    Superb second season. Congrats on the national job too. This should be a walk in the park for you! 😁
  9. Favourite
    Nucleus reacted to smoggy90 in Big Trouble in Little China - Chen Shilong 1kc   
    Season 2
    Half way through the season Lippi left the national team so......

    Bit more on this later.
    Transfers
    Team Performance
    Player Stats
    China
    Chen Shilong
    Had some offers in for him, which he wasn't too happy about me rejecting, so I just renewed his contract. Hopefully i can keep him happy by doing that.

    Now i have the national job i have a bit of a juggling act on as sometimes fixtures clash. China played Afghanistan on 15th November whereas Yiteng played Adelaide on 13th. Without realising i chose him in the national team so that is something i need to keep my eye on. That and a few other call ups probably cost me a 100-goal season (club) as he ended up on 96. He started on fire and was averaging over 2 goals a game half way through the season but he slowed up towards the back end. Still a great return and add on his ten China goals under my management that is 106 goals this season.

    Season 2
    182/1000
    Thanks for reading.
     
  10. Favourite
    Nucleus got a reaction from fRESH in Varf trying 1K challenge (EME) Season 10   
    With a 138 goals I doubt there is better to be honest
  11. Funny
    Nucleus reacted to Jens in DJ Woody’s Record Store   
    Oh sure mock the foreign guy. It's that kind of attitude that will get brexit overturned and the UK invaded by European overlords. 
  12. Funny
    Nucleus reacted to Jens in DJ Woody’s Record Store   
    How am I cheating? Or did I miss a rule somewhere? 😭
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    Nucleus got a reaction from Titjes in Titjes and the Infinity Glove --> November   
    A perfect month! 😁 some great results in there too. KIU!
  14. Favourite
    Nucleus got a reaction from Titjes in FMM19 Training: Which Intensity?   
    Part Two: Medium Intensity
    In part two of this experiment we will be looking at the pros and cons of having each player on the medium training setting. Each member of the chosen starting XI will play every game possible up until the 1st of January, the only exception is when a player is unavailable through injuries or suspension.
    Results:-
    David De Gea:
    Season Start:

    Injuries:N/A
    End of Test:

    Attribute Change: N/A
    No Injuries this time around for Sir David, unfortunately however it meant no attribute gain too. I’m not too fussed about this as he can pick and choose when he wants to gain some attributes for all I care 😛
    Diogo Dalot:
    Season Start:

    Injuries: 

    End of Test:

    Attribute Change:
    Crossing +2 Dribbling +2 Passing +1 Shooting +1 Tackling +2 Creativity +1 Decisions +2 Movement +2 Positioning +1 Total +14 A pulled hamstring in training put the young Portuguese right back out of action for a month. That however, did not stop him from gaining 14 points on his page, just the one less than on intensive training.
    Luke Shaw:
    Season Start:

    Injuries: N/A  
    End of Test:

    Attribute Change:
    Strength +1 Total +1 No injuries yet again for Shaw, and to top it off he actually gained a point in strength! No gain for him on intensive so this is massive progress!
    Eric Bailly:
    Season Start:

    Injuries: N/A
    End of Test:

    Attribute Change:
    Aerial +1 Passing +1 Shooting +1 Tackling +1 Decisions +1 Positioning +1 Total +6 No injuries again for Bailly too, and this time whilst on medium he gains 6 points on his page. Two more than his performance on intensive training
    Victor Lindelof:
    Season Start:

    Injuries:

    End of Test:

    Attribute Change:
    Dribbling +1 Tackling +1 Creativity +1 Decisions +1 Positioning +1 Total +5 A one month injury for the Swede didn’t stop him from gaining one more point than he did on IT. Medium intensity for the win!
    Ander Herrera:
    Season Start:

    Injuries: N/A
    End of Test:

    Attribute Change:
    Dribbling +1 Passing +1 Tackling +1 Creativity +1 Movement +1 Positioning +1 Total +6 No injuries this time around for Ander, whilst he also gained six points across his page compared to the big fat zero last time around. As it stands now, medium Training is looking rather tasty I must say!
    Nemanja Matic:
    Season Start:

    Injuries: N/A
    End of Season:

    Attribute Change: N/A
    Same result as last time, I guess the rumours are true, you can’t polish a turd 💩
    Paul Pogba:
    Season Start:

    Injuries: 

    End of Test:

    Attribute Change:
    Leadership +2 Total +2 A three week injury which I find very unlucky to be mentioned if I’m honest as it was received on the final game of the test, I did state that the test ends on 1st of January however so I will have to add it in to the results. His leadership rises once again, this time by +2 instead of the +1 whilst on IT
    Marcus Rashford:
    Start of Season:

    Injuries: N/A
    End of Test:

    Attribute Change:
    Crossing +1 Shooting +1 Tackling +1 Creativity +1 Decisions +1 Movement +1 Positioning +1 Pace +1 Stamina +1 Total +9 Huge strides made by Rashford yet again. No injuries this time but he didn’t gain as many points on the board as he falls +4 short of equalling his IT counterpart. Still some very good gain in such a short amount of time though.
    Anthony Martial:
    Season Start:

    Injuries:

    End of Season:

    Attribute Change:
    Dribbling +1 Shooting +1 Decisions +1 Movement +1 Stamina +1 Strength +1 Total +6 Two separate injuries for the young Frenchman halted his progress in my opinion. Still some very nice attribute gain but nowhere near as good as his IT version.
    Romelu Lukaku:
    Season Start:

    Injuries: N/A
    End of Test:

    Attribute Change:
    Shooting +2 Decisions +2 Movement +2 Total +6 No injuries for the big man either but he, like Martial doesn’t get near his attribute gain from his IT Test. He still looks a fantastic player and his average rating was much much better than in the first test. I guess that’s the most important bit right?
    Total Attribute Gain: +55
    Average Gain per Player: +5
    Injuries: 5
    Total Length of Injuries: 4 Months 1 Week
    Average Length of Injury: 24 days
    Conclusion:
    Well this medium test was a tale of two halves! The defenders and midfielders benefited slightly better than they did on the Intensive Test, but the three attackers, Rashford, Martial & Lukaku wore worse off. The grand total attribute gain was only 7 points off matching the IT test, and we also suffered less injuries on medium. However, the average length of those injuries is more than double the average length of IT injuries, whilst the total injury length is much more heavier than it was on Intensive. It’s been a funny old experiment so far looking back at both sets of results and I’m thoroughly looking forward to seeing how the players fare on the Low intensity training.
    As always Vibe, thank you for reading and any comments are massively appreciated.
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    Nucleus got a reaction from Titjes in FMM19 Training: Which Intensity?   
    Part Two: Medium Intensity
    In part two of this experiment we will be looking at the pros and cons of having each player on the medium training setting. Each member of the chosen starting XI will play every game possible up until the 1st of January, the only exception is when a player is unavailable through injuries or suspension.
    Results:-
    David De Gea:
    Season Start:

    Injuries:N/A
    End of Test:

    Attribute Change: N/A
    No Injuries this time around for Sir David, unfortunately however it meant no attribute gain too. I’m not too fussed about this as he can pick and choose when he wants to gain some attributes for all I care 😛
    Diogo Dalot:
    Season Start:

    Injuries: 

    End of Test:

    Attribute Change:
    Crossing +2 Dribbling +2 Passing +1 Shooting +1 Tackling +2 Creativity +1 Decisions +2 Movement +2 Positioning +1 Total +14 A pulled hamstring in training put the young Portuguese right back out of action for a month. That however, did not stop him from gaining 14 points on his page, just the one less than on intensive training.
    Luke Shaw:
    Season Start:

    Injuries: N/A  
    End of Test:

    Attribute Change:
    Strength +1 Total +1 No injuries yet again for Shaw, and to top it off he actually gained a point in strength! No gain for him on intensive so this is massive progress!
    Eric Bailly:
    Season Start:

    Injuries: N/A
    End of Test:

    Attribute Change:
    Aerial +1 Passing +1 Shooting +1 Tackling +1 Decisions +1 Positioning +1 Total +6 No injuries again for Bailly too, and this time whilst on medium he gains 6 points on his page. Two more than his performance on intensive training
    Victor Lindelof:
    Season Start:

    Injuries:

    End of Test:

    Attribute Change:
    Dribbling +1 Tackling +1 Creativity +1 Decisions +1 Positioning +1 Total +5 A one month injury for the Swede didn’t stop him from gaining one more point than he did on IT. Medium intensity for the win!
    Ander Herrera:
    Season Start:

    Injuries: N/A
    End of Test:

    Attribute Change:
    Dribbling +1 Passing +1 Tackling +1 Creativity +1 Movement +1 Positioning +1 Total +6 No injuries this time around for Ander, whilst he also gained six points across his page compared to the big fat zero last time around. As it stands now, medium Training is looking rather tasty I must say!
    Nemanja Matic:
    Season Start:

    Injuries: N/A
    End of Season:

    Attribute Change: N/A
    Same result as last time, I guess the rumours are true, you can’t polish a turd 💩
    Paul Pogba:
    Season Start:

    Injuries: 

    End of Test:

    Attribute Change:
    Leadership +2 Total +2 A three week injury which I find very unlucky to be mentioned if I’m honest as it was received on the final game of the test, I did state that the test ends on 1st of January however so I will have to add it in to the results. His leadership rises once again, this time by +2 instead of the +1 whilst on IT
    Marcus Rashford:
    Start of Season:

    Injuries: N/A
    End of Test:

    Attribute Change:
    Crossing +1 Shooting +1 Tackling +1 Creativity +1 Decisions +1 Movement +1 Positioning +1 Pace +1 Stamina +1 Total +9 Huge strides made by Rashford yet again. No injuries this time but he didn’t gain as many points on the board as he falls +4 short of equalling his IT counterpart. Still some very good gain in such a short amount of time though.
    Anthony Martial:
    Season Start:

    Injuries:

    End of Season:

    Attribute Change:
    Dribbling +1 Shooting +1 Decisions +1 Movement +1 Stamina +1 Strength +1 Total +6 Two separate injuries for the young Frenchman halted his progress in my opinion. Still some very nice attribute gain but nowhere near as good as his IT version.
    Romelu Lukaku:
    Season Start:

    Injuries: N/A
    End of Test:

    Attribute Change:
    Shooting +2 Decisions +2 Movement +2 Total +6 No injuries for the big man either but he, like Martial doesn’t get near his attribute gain from his IT Test. He still looks a fantastic player and his average rating was much much better than in the first test. I guess that’s the most important bit right?
    Total Attribute Gain: +55
    Average Gain per Player: +5
    Injuries: 5
    Total Length of Injuries: 4 Months 1 Week
    Average Length of Injury: 24 days
    Conclusion:
    Well this medium test was a tale of two halves! The defenders and midfielders benefited slightly better than they did on the Intensive Test, but the three attackers, Rashford, Martial & Lukaku wore worse off. The grand total attribute gain was only 7 points off matching the IT test, and we also suffered less injuries on medium. However, the average length of those injuries is more than double the average length of IT injuries, whilst the total injury length is much more heavier than it was on Intensive. It’s been a funny old experiment so far looking back at both sets of results and I’m thoroughly looking forward to seeing how the players fare on the Low intensity training.
    As always Vibe, thank you for reading and any comments are massively appreciated.
  16. Happy
    Nucleus reacted to 1759 in FMM19 Training: Which Intensity?   
    Interesting how the attackers seemed to do slightly better on the intensive but not the other positions. 
    Looking forward to seeing the low settings now based on that. 
  17. Happy
    Nucleus reacted to ScottishFMM in Nucleus Attempts - The Goal a Mile Challenge - Intro   
    Good luck with this mate.
  18. Funny
    Nucleus reacted to Ashez in Nucleus Attempts - The Goal a Mile Challenge - Intro   
    Play as Link on MK8 then 😂😂😂😂
  19. Funny
    Nucleus got a reaction from Ashez in Nucleus Attempts - The Goal a Mile Challenge - Intro   
    I’ve actually played some today! Zelda still not arrived 😂😂
  20. Sad
    Nucleus reacted to Ashez in Nucleus Attempts - The Goal a Mile Challenge - Intro   
    @Nucleusmust have left the handbrake on 😂😂😂
  21. Favourite
    Nucleus got a reaction from ScottishFMM in Nucleus Attempts - The Goal a Mile Challenge - Intro   
    As one door closes, another one opens..
    As my Fábio Silva save is drawing to a close I desperately want to get the introduction of my next challenge posted. I say desperate because in fact I’ve been itching to post this for a long time now, the save excites me that much!
    The challenge I’m on about is of course the most popular @Ashez created challenge ever, The Goal a Mile Challenge
    Actually, it didn’t prove that popular as no one has yet attempted it. A real shame because it’s a cracking challenge and one which can be played several ways. Hopefully my undertaking of the challenge can inspire a few others to give it a go too, as I honestly believe it deserves a lot more love than it received back when it was posted all the way back on FMM16.
    So the general idea of this challenge is to start at Plymouth Argyle, the southern most playable club, all the way down the south coast of sunny England, and constantly try and work your way north through jobs until you find yourself the manager of Elgin, the northern most playable club, all the way up in the necks of Scotland. The challenge ends after I’ve managed a whole season with Elgin.
    Still with me? Great....
    The twist is that you nominate a striker each season who will score you the miles to allow you to move.
    For example, season one my nominated striker scores 60 goals in all competitions, those 60 goals equals 60 miles in any direction I can move from Plymouth, granted a job is available within that area. The total miles between Plymouth and Elgin is 641, I will need to score a whole lot more than that in goals to get there as I’m not moving directly there. I may even have to go back down south a bit if it means a more northern club in the future.
    I will be using Google Earth as a sole judge on miles between clubs.
    The Rules
    1. You start at Plymouth and to complete the challenge you play one season with Elgin
    2. You can only move clubs if your striker has earned enough miles to reach the new club.
    3. You can only use one striker at a time but it doesn't have to be the same striker for the entire journey. 
    4. You can not score the 641 goals with Plymouth and then move to Elgin.
    5. Every time you move your mile count drops down to zero.
    Lastly I’d like to thank @Ashezfor his input on the save. 
    As always thank you for reading, any comments will be appreciated and any questions you guys may have, then please fire away 😁
  22. Shocked
    Nucleus reacted to Jens in DJ Woody’s Record Store   
    Ahum   Highest average rating 😛 
    Edit: yeah, I'm REALLY proud of this season and will be posting this pic as much as possible. Sue me.

  23. Favourite
    Nucleus got a reaction from smoggy90 in Big Trouble in Little China - Chen Shilong 1kc   
    I’ve been waiting for someone to use this as a title for a China 1k since release! 😛 all the best mate, a great start 😁
  24. Favourite
    Nucleus reacted to Ashez in Darragh Lenihan   
    Darragh Lenihan

    His stats do all the talking as his defensive attributes are top draw with his positioning, heading, tackling and teamwork all being high greens while his decision making stat of 19 is a massive bonus. Physically he's got the tools to get the job done but it's his ball playing skills that make him well worth a look as top BPDs are tough to find. 

    Performance wise he's rarely injured and gets the 7+ you'd hope to see. 
    Price wise he's certainly reasonable but I don't recall if I included a player in the deal or not, either way compared to other BPDs he's a bargain. Pair him with Scott Mckenna and you'll get two quality CBs at a reasonable price who can dominate for a decade. 
  25. Happy
    Nucleus reacted to zaangie in Nintendo   
    @Ashez I finished the story and completed some levels. I have like 78%. Don't play backwards. In my opinion it doesn't make sense because the game evolves well one game to the other.
    @Nucleus @Rob gonna add you both. And @Westside what's your fc?
    So, how many in here play MK8 online? I play a lot with my gf. If you want to join us you're welcome 😀
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