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    Foxy got a reaction from Gunners Rishi in Why you should buy FMM legally   
    Why you should buy FMM legally
    We often see posted on Vibe comments like this “how do I get the real player names” or “please send me a save file”. Our answer is always the same “buy the game”.
    I thought I would put in writing a few reasons why we don’t support piracy here at Vibe.
    ·        The creators deserve to be paid. No one should have to work for nothing and the creators of the game have worked hard through there studies and careers to be in a position where they are paid to create games like FMM.
    ·        It will help improve the game. SI Games is a business and as such needs to make money. That money is used to pay there employees but also to invest in new technology and new staff to work on the game which in turn should help the game get better.
    ·        It really isn’t that expensive. I know that is easy for me to say. I have a job and I live in a wealthy country but the game only costs £8.99 full price and will often be on sale now it has been out a while. You can also save up with schemes like Google rewards to help pay for it. Think of it this way. How much did the device you plan to play the game on cost? I suspect it was a lot more than the cost of the game.
    ·        You get the full experience of the game. You will have all the real player names and you can start any save in any league you wish at any time so why restrict yourself for the sake of a few pounds.
    We are lucky that we have a good relationship with the creators of the game with many of them visiting the forums to see how the game is being received and to get ideas for future editions. We would never jeopardise that by supporting  piracy on this site and our Mods will remove posts that try to promote it in any way.
    I never say this normally but please do not comment as none of this is up for discussion and Vibes stance on piracy will never change.
    Thank you for reading
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    Foxy got a reaction from Woody in Foxy the Promotion Hunter: The End   
    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.
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    Foxy got a reaction from Woody in Foxy the Promotion Hunter: The End   
    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.
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    Foxy got a reaction from Gunners Rishi in FMM20 New Features Announcement   
    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.
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    Foxy got a reaction from Gunners Rishi in The Lord Bendtner Challenge   
    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.
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    Foxy got a reaction from Gunners Rishi in FMM20 New Features Announcement   
    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.
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    Foxy got a reaction from Gunners Rishi in FMM20 New Features Announcement   
    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.
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    Foxy got a reaction from Gunners Rishi in FMM20 New Features Announcement   
    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.
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    Foxy got a reaction from Gunners Rishi in FMM20 New Features Announcement   
    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.
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    Foxy got a reaction from Gunners Rishi in FMM20 New Features Announcement   
    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.
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    Foxy reacted to KyleJNichol in Announcement: Future of Graphics Packs on Vibe   
    This is gutting news for the site! I enjoyed getting the player/logo packs. However, I’m not phased by the lost of the packs. 
    I’d rather have a community where we can all turn for tips and advice for instead of the packs. Plus, if you play long enough of a career then, players faces disappear anyways.
    Hopefully this doesn’t have a big impact on the site, but saying that if, you were only here for the packs then, you wasn’t getting the full benefit of the community.
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    Foxy got a reaction from S4NCH0 in FM20 Mobile now available for pre-order and pre-registration   
    I agree with this.
    The whole point of FMM is that it is accessible to as many people as possible and not everyone has the latest phone. It’s no different to the balance they have to make with the PC game as of course many will own a top gaming PC but they still need the people who own an old laptop to be able to play the game.
    As for a 3D match engine again I don’t see the need simply because there would only be a limited number of animations and it would get massively repetitive once you have seen them all. 
    Also what needs to be factored in is just how much time and cost a 3D engine would take to implement. I was discussing this with @Ashez a few weeks ago as he linked me to an article about it. The app stores take 30% of every transaction either for the game or DLC/unlockables, then SEGA as the publishers will take a cut as well which could well be a similar amount. Let’s say between those two they take 50% then the wages have to be paid to the staff who work on the game and any other development costs and it doesn’t leave a huge profit for SI as a company.
    I’m sure SI is doing very nicely as a company from the games they make but if FMM is only making a tiny part of there profits they aren’t going to pour a huge amount of resources into the game to develop things like a 3D match engine that is any good.
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    Foxy reacted to Putzy in Announcement: Future of Graphics Packs on Vibe   
    Probably about time I give a small bit of insight into the plans 🤣
    We're going to have a few options available for the major leagues (logos) for release next Tuesday to help add some colour and feeling to the game. In some cases, they're going to look better than a genuine logo would due to scaling issues!
    Once the community has "decided" on which styles they like the best, all focus will be on ensuring that every club without a logo in the game gets something in that style. 
    I might post some previews later in the week! 
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    Foxy got a reaction from Gunners Rishi in The Lord Bendtner Challenge   
    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.
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    Foxy got a reaction from Gvicii in Announcement: Future of Graphics Packs on Vibe   
    I never download extra graphics but I agree those Footbe ones look good to me.
    The whole thing seems very petty to me by whichever party is taking this action especially when you consider how long these downloadable packs have been around for FM and there has never been a problem until now 🤔
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    Foxy got a reaction from Gunners Rishi in The Lord Bendtner Challenge   
    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.
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    Foxy got a reaction from Gunners Rishi in The Lord Bendtner Challenge   
    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.
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    Foxy got a reaction from Gunners Rishi in The Lord Bendtner Challenge   
    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.
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  19. Shocked
    Foxy got a reaction from samhardy in English football   
    Parky out and Warnock in now @samhardy.
     
  20. Happy
    Foxy got a reaction from Ian in Fantasy Premier League 2019/20   
    Going into the international break it’s looking like a battle between @Ian and @smoggy90 not just for FPL glory but to be crowned the pride of the north east as well.


  21. Happy
    Foxy got a reaction from Ian in Fantasy Premier League 2019/20   
    Going into the international break it’s looking like a battle between @Ian and @smoggy90 not just for FPL glory but to be crowned the pride of the north east as well.


  22. Sad
    Foxy got a reaction from Lord Danish in English football   
    Ah ok I know which game you are in about now 😇
    Best bit of the whole game was at the end when Pep sarcastically shook the refs hand. 
  23. Funny
    Foxy got a reaction from Nucleus in European Football   
  24. Funny
    Foxy got a reaction from Ashez in English football   
    There are a lot of “City’s” in English football so you will need to narrow it down a bit.
  25. Favourite
    Foxy got a reaction from Gunners Rishi in English football   
    Haven’t heard anything about it this week, who’s playing?
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