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  1. Cheers mate, potentially I will do something similar but not exactly the same. Just like I forgot the final couple of seasons I also forgot your challenge 😕 maybe in FMM20 🙂 Thanks guys.
  2. I was taking a look through my save games before uninstalling FMM19 and realised that I hadn’t finished updating this career. I had actually done two more seasons and then forgotten about them whilst I had an FMM break for a month or so. With the new game just round the corner I’m not going to do full season rounds ups and instead just post how I got on in Season 9 and 10. Season 9 I moved to Truro City in the Conference South. Season 10 In the tenth and final season of this save I went up a couple of levels back to League 1 and took the Shrewsbury job. Manager Profile and Honours Clubs Managed during the Career Thank you to everyone who has followed along with this and see you all in FMM20.
  3. SI have announced the key features for this years game. More information can be found here.
  4. Doubt it as they would have announced something on that if there was I’m sure.
  5. Closed this thread to keep all the new game discussion in one place.
  6. SI have announced the new features for this year. Remember the game is released on Tuesday, 19th November. Here's what we already knew: Lets me hear in the comments below what you make of them and if you are excited about the new game. Features Greek + Danish Leagues - The inclusion of the Danish and Greek leagues offers two new nations in which to base your managerial career, while Dutch and Portuguese languages are included for the first time. Youth Development - A revamped system for promoting youth candidates and improved developmental feedback combine with the ability to have senior players mentor your promising youngsters. Reserve Teams/Competitions - Give youngsters game time through your reserve team. Maybe they’ll show enough promise to be thrown in at the deep end? Or maybe the national U21 side will come calling first? Updated News System - Offering you the chance to more clearly see the effects of game events on your players, while more response options and happiness types are available too. Rivalries - Named derbies spice up the build-up to crucial matches against your rivals, while enmity between clubs will now have a greater effect elsewhere in the game. Improved Match Day Experience - An expanded match view, getting you closer to the 2D action, combines with more contextual information to make the match experience the slickest in the series so far. Screenshots All taken from the official Football Manager Twitter Account.
  7. Foxy

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    The GIF you have chosen doesn’t do much for me but it is fine to have it as your banner. Just in case anyone is thinking about it we don’t like GIFs as a display picture though as they can be a bit annoying to look at all the time.
  8. Thanks for all the comments Hopefully a few of you will give this a go and it could be quite a fun and competitive leaderboard on this one.
  9. RB Leipzig would probably be a good place for him as he is only 19 so he has time on his hands to develop. Germany is a more competitive league and he has all the physical attributes to cope there but without the pressure of say signing for a top Premier League club or somewhere as toxic as Arsenal where he would need to hit the ground running.
  10. I heard on The Football Ramble yesterday that Steffen Iversen still plays in the Norwegian 4th tier at the ripe old age of 43 and his Wikipedia page confirms this as well. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Steffen_Iversen Personally I hope Haaland stays at Salzburg and completes a 1kc with them.
  11. All just a rumour tbh and there has been plenty more in the last few days as well which are more believable. Real player names are a different licence and come from the world player union FIFPro I believe so as long as SI can keep that licence and someone like EA for example don’t manage to get exclusive rights, which is very unlikely, there is no problem.
  12. Arsene Wenger once said of Nicklas Bendtner that he had the potential to be an “unstoppable striker” that “had everything in his locker”. High praise indeed yet now at the age of 31 he is playing in his native Denmark for FC Kobenhaven having joined them from Rosenborg in Norway and is considered at best a wasted talent and at worst a joke. It is hard to argue with Wenger in the early years of Bendtner’s career that he could become a great striker. He was prolific in Arsenal’s reserves and made his debut for the first team at the age of 17. He had pace, was powerfully built and good on the ball, he looked perfect for Premier League football but in the end he never lived up to that during his time at Arsenal or since he left the Gunners. So what went wrong? Injuries were certainly a factor with a groin injury causing him problems during his time at Arsenal. In all honesty though from the outside looking in Nicklas has been his own worst enemy during his career with controversy never too far away. Falling out with team mates, car crashes, night club incidents and time under house arrest for assaulting a taxi driver all point to a player who’s focus wasn’t on football as much as it should be. During his time at Arsenal he went out on loan to Birmingham, Sunderland and Juventus but never quite did enough at any of those clubs to prove himself. At the end of the 2013/14 season he left Arsenal as his contract had expired and signed for Wolfsburg. He has subsequently played for Nottingham Forest, Rosenborg and this season is back home in Denmark playing for his hometown club FC Kobenhaven. The Challenge Your job is to give Nicklas one last hurrah before he retires by scoring more goals in his final seasons than he has done up to the beginning of the 2019/20 season. In all competitions he had scored 112 goals before he signed for Kobenhaven so your target is 113 goals in as few games as possible. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nicklas_Bendtner#Career_statistics The Challenge Details · Club Choice: You may manage any (playable) club that he has played for during his career up to and including 2019/20 season. That means you can choose from Arsenal, Birmingham City, Sunderland, Juventus, Wolfsburg or FC Kobenhaven. · Transfers: You are allowed to make whatever transfers you wish at your chosen team. · Changing Club: You may change club during the save so long as it is to one of his former teams E.G. you could start at Arsenal, then move to Juve and finish at FC Kobenhaven. · Challenge Points: You simply need to get the goals scored as quickly as possible so your score is the number of games Bendtner plays to get 113 club goals. So as an example if he scores 113 goals in 150 games for you then your score is 150 points. · Screenshots: You will need to provide a screenshot of the match he scored his 113th goal for you in, his player history at that point and his attributes. The best thing to do is start a career on the forum so we can all follow your progress. Rules and Clarifications · Only club goals scored for the teams listed above count. · Only goals in games you were manager of a team listed above count. · No editors, reloading or cheating in anyway. · Only the official DB is allowed to be used. Leaderboard Any questions just ask in the comments below.
  13. Foxy

    English football

    Sticky sheets in the morning then.
  14. Foxy

    English football

    Parky out and Warnock in now @samhardy.
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