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Liverpool F.C. The 5 year Project.

  1. Quote Originally Posted by pbempires View Post
    Awesome story so far. Anyone saw today's match against Chel$hit? We were disappointing. We cant get CL football if we play this way
    we were very poor but a penalty was not awarded also!!

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    The Road to Revival

    News that John.W. Henry was personally flying to
    England to watch Liverpool's home game against Chelsea
    could mean only one thing: He was evaluating his new, under-pressure manager




    With Jose Morinho's Chelsea sitting 6th in the table, a game in hand over those above them,
    many people expect him to take all 3 points form Anfield.

    The Premier League lived up to it billing, this was indeed
    the greatest league in the world, because on-one saw this coming.





    The game started tentatively, this Liverpool side looked like they
    simply could not cope with the occasion . . . but Juan Mata could.
    GOAL!

    "Juan Mata has put Chelsea ahead!"
    the commentators roared, excitement
    reaching a crescendo as Jose Mourinho celebrated his sides advantage.
    Eden Hazard turned, escaping the attention of Lucas before slotting the ball between
    the center backs, right into the path of the onrushing Mata.

    0-1



    Fraser Forster punched the ground in clear disgust,
    only minutes later he would be turning Eden Hazards
    long-ranged effort around the post.

    Luis Suarez ran the ball in a cul-de-sac before getting viciously dispossessed.
    His protests fall on deaf ears as Chelsea push forward, the woodwork this time feeling their fury.




    Ashley Cole and Cesar Azpilicueta ran the overlapping runs
    offering Hazzard and Oscar space as they
    carved into the Liverpool defense.

    Glen Johnson and Aly Cissohko look utterly out of their dept.
    Half time came just in time.



    There was a nervous silence in the air. 45,372 seats filled with
    deafening silence. Javier Gonzalez Mendez nervously walked onto the pitch,
    the players hadn't returned form the dressing rooms yet.
    raising a microphone to his lips, he uttered a few lines.

    His broken english, his first words directly for the fans.

    "Walk on, walk on.
    With hope in your heart,
    And you'll never walk
    Alone"


    The crowd slowly, one by one joined in, until there was a chorus;
    a plethora of voices, serenading with passion.

    The Liverpool players walked out onto the pitch, and you could see it in their eyes.
    They knew right there and then, they had witnessed the birth of something special.
    Their Spanish born manager had won over the fans!

    Now it was their turn.




    The Second half began; Eto'o rolled the ball back to Mata, who did not see the
    onrushing Daniel Sturridge.

    Almost as if making a point that he left Stamford Bridge for better things,
    he stole the ball from Mata's feet, shot off down the channel,
    weaving between Obi Mikel and Frank Lampard.

    Showing Terry right, he stepped over and dragged the ball to his left before and
    letting off a powerful left-footed shot that smashed against the crossbar.


    The Kop roared it's appreciation and now Chelsea looked rattled.
    They sensed a goal, and the occasion didn't disapoint.

    GOAL!

    "Liverpool have equalized! I don't believe it, Daniel Sturridge against his former club!
    And you can hear just what it means to these fans, listen to that noise.
    I tell you, that strike has replayed every penny of the ?12M they paid for him"


    Coutinhio got the ball on the halfway line, sprints past Lampard,
    Pin-points a pass into the path of Daniel Sturridge who tucks it away first time.

    1-1



    Liverpool push forward, smelling blood and charging for a second.

    A nervous Murhinio makes a change. It's former Liverpool favorite, Fernando Torres
    comingon, replacing Samuel Eto'o.

    Liverpool seem to have adjusted their formation, Coutinhio and Sturidge coming in off the wings
    and are sitting up high along-side Suarez . . .it seemes Mendez has switched to a 4-3-3.

    GOAL!

    "I don't believe it, we are witnessing a revival here at Anfield!
    Luis Suarez has put Liverpool in front after 72 minutes. His first goal this season, and oh
    what a time to score! His manager looks delighted"


    Suarez catching Ashley Cole in possession and smashes a low driven shot
    into the bottom corner past Petr Cech.

    2-1



    Chelsea looked firmly in the driving seat, they owned the wings while Hazard and Oscar
    were making fools of the Liverpool Full Backs.

    Forster was by far the busier keeper, being kept on
    his toes by Chelsea for the first 45. Look at the stats.
    7 shots against: 5 held, 1 parried

    Morhinio will be furious with his side for letting such a commanding
    positionslip away from them,

    and wait, the ball's dropping at Coutinho's feet . . .

    GOAL!

    "COUTINHO! Take a bow son, take a bow.
    2 goals in 2 minutes,
    A screamer from outside the box."


    Johnson swung a ball in from the right hand side, easily dealt with by Ashley Cole
    but look at Coutinho here! He picked up a possition just outside the box, watching it come down he lets it fall as low as he can before unleashing an unbelievable right footed volly, leaving Cech no chance.

    3-1



    What an unlikely comeback! This is the Liverpool we saw on the opening day against Everton:
    Ruthless, clinical and precise. Liverpool went on to win that game 4-1, we're not seeing a repeat
    of that scoreline. . . . .or are we.

    Suarez has the ball, latching onto a delightful pass from Gerrard. . .
    He's past Terry, he takes it around Cole, he's one-on-one with Cech.

    Something form nothing. Lucas picks up the ball in his own half before laying it off to Gerrard. Now watch the movement of Suarez to create the space, Gerrard picks him out! He still had a lot of work to do but he made it look like child's play; John Terry and Ashley Cole, two of England's most experienced defenders, turned inside out by the Uruguayan.
    GOAL!

    "My, oh my, oh my. Sensational. Simply sensational!
    Suarez scored his 2nd goal, Liverpool's 4th, inside 6 minutes.
    We're looking at a route here! What a second half form Liverpool!"


    4-1



    Suarez scores 2, Sturrige and Coutinho both on the score sheet to recuse a
    game that looked far beyond them!

    Wait, Ben Arfa has the ball. . .

    GOAL!

    "Ben Arfa pulls it back to 4-2, but the Liverpool fans don't care, their party has already started!
    what a period we're after haivng. 4 goals in 8 minutes"

    4-2




    What a game and what a result.
    Javier Gonzalez Mendez inspires a huge win for his side.

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    The month that defined us

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    A month that I had been dreading since I lost the Man United game.
    So many big matches but I'm happy with how they went.
    I was expecting to loose at least one of them but Home to Newcastle
    came as a bit of a shock, still the lads were tired about their heroics against
    Chelsea and Arsenal.


    Liverpool F.C. vs Chelsea F.C.
    Premier League
    4-2


    I just wrote a whole page on this fecking match, go read it there


    Arsenal F.C. vs Liverpool F.C.
    Premier League
    2-2


    Our form form the Chelsea game carried on and we were ahead after 3 minutes
    thanks to a Giroud own goal. Raheem Stirling made it 0-2 after 21 minutes but we couldn't get a 3rd.
    Mesut Ozil was left with a tap-in after Forster spectacularly saved 2 point-black shots but couldn't keep out the Germans 5 year finish. Thomas Vermaelen scored form a 83rd minutes corner to end the match in a draw.


    Liverpool F.C. vs Newcastle United
    Premier League
    0-2


    Suarez and Srurridge didn't take their chances, otherwise, it was a good performance from the team.
    Moussa Sissoko put Newcastle ahead after 25 minslook out of it, creating chances and passing well.
    55% possesion; 19% in the Newcastle third, but we just couldn't that the vital goal.
    Newcastle then killed it off after 82mins when Papiss Cisse broke the Offside trap
    and slotted under the hapless Fraser Forster.


    Liverpool F.C. vs Newcastle United
    Capital One Cup 4th Round
    4-1


    Nothign like revenge. Sweet, sweet revenge!
    Like in the Chelsea match, Newcastle got off to an early lead after 22 mins when Gabriel Obertan turned inside Cissokho and floated the ball over Forster. This lead would not last however, 29 mins gone and Moses was tripped by Vuron Anita inside the penalty area: Gerrard converted the spot kick. Goals from Mamadou Sakho (42) and Luis Suarez (80) compleated the scoring as Liverpool advance to the Quarter Final.


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    While I still remain in the top half at 9th, I've stopped the free-fall and got 4 points form Chelsea and Arsenal.
    Now it time to kick on up the table and secure European football.
    Only 4pts from my minimum aim of 6th (Europa League Football) so
    it's not as bad as it may seem.


    Player of the Month: October
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    Steven Gerrard

    Average rating: 8.2
    Played: 4
    Goals: 2
    Assists: 3



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    Jordan Henderson scores his first goal for England against Moldova


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    November Blues
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  4. Much better month! Loving the story so far and soory for using "ChelShit"... was a bit angry after the match.

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    November Blues

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    Disappointed with the Crystal Palace result but I was on the ropes
    against Southampton so I guess it balances out


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    West Ham United vs Liverpool F.C
    Premier League
    2-3


    I was delighted with the resolve shown by the lads, having fell behind twice we took kept up the intensity and came out on top in a great game. Wiston Reid gave West Ham a dream start by heading home a corner on 2 minutes. John Flanagan scored his first goal for the club and it was one to remember, A Liverpool corner taken short, Suarez crossed the ball into the penalty area before Flanagan struck it first time on the volley and past Jaaskelainen. Reid scored his second on 64 mins while Sakho, equalized again, for Liverpool on 71 mins; both goals coming form Corners. It was a hectic end to the game, both sides throwing cation to the wind but on 80 mins, Sterling took the ball up the left and drilled in a low cross which was fired into the goal by Lucas.


    Southampton vs Liverpool F.C.
    Premier League
    0-0


    I don't know how I came out of this game with a point, my team was played off the park by Southampton and Fraser Forster was the only thing standing between them and a home win.

    Southampton

    Liverpool F.C.
    28
    Shots
    11
    15
    On Target
    5
    59%
    Possession
    41%

    All 15 shots saved by the Liverpool Keeper who finished with a Man of the Match wining 7.8 Match Rating.



    Liverpool F.C. vs Crystal Palace
    Premier League
    2-2


    This was a game where both sides led at one point but ultimately could not be separated after 90 minutes.
    Glen Johnson scored after 10 mins giving Liverpool an early lead. Crystal Palace hit back with two goals before half time; Chemakh (39) and Kevin Phillips (42) to send the home side trailing at the interval.
    Luis Suarez scored after 61 minutes to compete the scoring.


    Liverpool F.C. vs Hull City A.F.C.
    Premier League
    3-1


    Hull City opened the scoring after 14 minutes. Robbie Brady's lucky free-kick hitting the post only to be turned in by an outstretched Fraser Forster. That was all we would hear from Hull as Liverpool put three un-answered scores past Allen McGregor to sign off a comfortable Home win. Martian Skrtle (28), Daniel Sturridge (39) and Steven Gerrard (pen 55) were the Liverpool goal scorers.

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    We move up 2 places since last month. A strong December could see Liverpool Challenge for that
    coveted final Champions League spot.


    Player of the month: November
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    What a month by the 6'6" English man. I'm expecting him to be on the plane to Brazil with the form he's been in for us this season. His performance at St.Mary's Stadium alone earned him Player of the month.

    Average Rating: 7.03
    Appearances: 4
    Clean Sheets: 1
    Shots Saved: 21

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    Quote Originally Posted by pbempires View Post
    Much better month! Loving the story so far and soory for using "ChelShit"... was a bit angry after the match.
    Not a bother mate. All's forgiven
    I know how you felt, I was livid after the match . . . .then I played them myself in Fm and well, you saw what happened there
    Last edited by Brendn; 31/12/2013 at 06:49 PM.

  7. West Ham United vs Liverpool F.C
    Premier League
    3-2

    Shouldn't you write 2-3?

    3-2 makes it seem like West Ham won.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AayushCFC View Post
    West Ham United vs Liverpool F.C
    Premier League
    3-2

    Shouldn't you write 2-3?

    3-2 makes it seem like West Ham won.
    That's what I get when I write updates at ridiculous O'Clock in the morning
    Will edit now. thanks mate.

  9. Good to see the English giant doing well in Liverpool. Has done wonders up here in Celtic IRL so it's nice to see him winning points on his own for you

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    Quote Originally Posted by kiedude View Post
    Good to see the English giant doing well in Liverpool. Has done wonders up here in Celtic IRL so it's nice to see him winning points on his own for you
    I always been a huge fan of him myself. The scout's in FM don't rate him all the highly but my Christ, he;'s immense!
    After the mistakes Reina was making last season, I was Rodgers would try sneak him off ye

  11. Just read all the 6 pages, very good! Love the Photoshop skills but the manager coming on the pitch was a bit cheesy and unrealistic IMO. Good luck for the rest of the season!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Roddo7 View Post
    Just read all the 6 pages, very good! Love the Photoshop skills but the manager coming on the pitch was a bit cheesy and unrealistic IMO. Good luck for the rest of the season!
    Wouldn't have put it past Bill Shankly I tell ya!
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    December is here, and with it comes 7 fixtures in 4 week. This many games in
    such a short amount of time can take it's toll on event he best teams.
    I'll be counting on that as I look to continue my challenge for 4th place.

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    Premier League
    Week 14

    The Liberty Stadium
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    Week 15

    City of Manchester Stadium
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    Week 16

    Craven Cottage
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    Capital One Cup
    Quarter Final

    Anfield
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    Week 17

    Anfield
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    Week 18

    Anfield
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    Premier League
    Week 19

    The Stadium of Light



    Match of the Month
    Manchester City
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  14. Loving the story and especially the layout and them photoshop skillz! As a Liverpool fan myself, i found it annoying that there were no good Lfc stories, untill now keep it up!

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    Three commit future to Liverpool.
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    Adam Morgan

    Some have likened him to Robbie Fowler,
    a big claim maybe but it can't be denied that Adam is a fantastic striker of the ball.
    If he applies himself, there is every reason to think this local lad could make the bench and get a chance to shine.
    Conor Coady

    Last years U21's Captain, Conner is a very well thought off at the Kirby Academe. The gap between reserve and first team football is huge but this young man has all the attributes to make his mark.
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    Ryan Fulton

    The 17 year old Scott has impressed in training and Rodolfo thinks he could one days be a decent Premier League Goalkeeper. He came through the youth setup so It's great to see the club is producing players who can play at the top level.


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    Conner Coady has been in decent form for his loan club, Sheffield United.
    Having made 17 appearances so far this season with an average rating of 6.7




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    This is the latest in a series of Moves by Javier Gonzalez Mendez to turn
    Liverpool into a club that produces talent youngsters and helps them reach
    the top levels of football. Liverpool is a footballing city, it's time we brought the
    club back to the people.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TommyTomster View Post
    Loving the story and especially the layout and them photoshop skillz! As a Liverpool fan myself, i found it annoying that there were no good Lfc stories, untill now keep it up!

    Sound man, menas a lot. I'm a hige fan of the club so I'm glad I'm doing the club justice.

    The Photoshop skills just came from messing around on it over the past few years. You'd be surprised what you can do when you're left alone with something long enough

    Nearly finished December. Hoping to have that update up either tonight or tomorrow.
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    Note:
    Got a crash dump error and lost the last week (game time) worth of progress.
    I've updated the table + fixtures with the revised results.




    December
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    Swansea City vs Liverpool F.C.
    Premier League
    2-3


    Taken at the death! What a game. Luis Suarez put us ahead (9) only to be pegged back by Wilfried Bony (28). Daniel Sturridge Scored his first (60) of the night but again, Swansea hit back in the shape of a Jonathan de Guzman free kick (75). Throwing caution to the wind and buoyed by Frasier Forster immense performance in goal, Liverpool surged forward in search of a winner, which Sturridge found on 82 mins. Sharing equal possession but Swansea having 3 times as many shots on target meant that Fraser Forster put in a performance to remember.



    Manchester City vs Liverpool F.C.
    Premier League
    2-2


    A second half fight back saw us share the spoils on a dry day in Manchester.
    City were 2-0 up within 20 minutes when Matija Nastasic ( 6 ) and Yaya Toure (18) scored for the home side.
    An inspired performance form Coutinho was next to follow. He crawled one back for Liverpool (57) before turning provider with his delicate thru-ball for Raheem Stirling to score (82). Another game where Liverpool have changed the result in the last 10 mins of normal time.




    Liverpool F.C. vs Fulham F.C.
    Premier League

    4
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    Luis Suarez!!! In the final minute to snatch an equalizer. Can't fault the lads,
    what a performance. Fulham were well up for it today.


    Liverpool F.C. vs Sunderland A.F.C.
    Capital One Cup: Quarter Final
    0-1


    Don't know how I lost this one to be honest. One of them freak events I guess. Very disappointed our blip came at the expense of a Cup Semi-Final. Emanuele Giaccherini scoring the winner 1 minute into injury time.




    Liverpool F.C. vs Aston Villa F.C.
    Premier League
    2-0


    Confident performance form the lads. Two first half goals from Luis Suarez (25) and Jose Enrique (44).




    Liverpool F.C. vs Tottenham Hotspur
    Premier League
    3-1


    Luis Suarez (37), Coutinho (47), Edua rdo Salvio (90+2); Jose Sosa (pen 34)




    Sunderland F.C. vs Liverpool F.C.
    Premier League
    1-3


    Modibo Diakite (59); Raheem Stirling (5), Jordon Rossiter (60), Daniel Sturridge (90+2)



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    And that calls time on 2013.
    Not a great start but I've pick back up and forced myself into the chance for Champions League football.
    Though with Newcastle and Everton unexpectedly engaged in a title fight, Arsenal (9th), Liverpool (5th),
    Chelsea (6th), Spurs (7th) and Manchester City (4th) are battling it out for those remaining European places
    at the half way stage.



    Player of the Month: December

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    Philippe Coutinho wins his second Player of the Month Award after a truly
    sensational moth. Having been moved up to play as a False 9 between two Adv.Forwards, he's
    been a creative force and chipped in with a few goals. His skillful dribbling terrifies defenders and has
    won more free-kicks than I can remember.

    Average Rating: 7.85
    Appearances: 6
    Assists: 6
    Goals: 3

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    Next up will be a Mid season update. I'll review how the season has gone so far, player performances, European League table positions and the UEFA Champion League last 16 Draw.

    As if that wasn't enough.


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    January is up next!
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    European Domestic Leagues: Halfway Point

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    The UEFA Champions League

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    The Last 16
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    Player Preformance Review: Defence

    Goalkeepers
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    Fraser Forster
    Age: 25

    Appearances: 23
    (played every game)
    Conceded: 28
    Clean Sheets: 5

    Match Rating: 7.00

    Central Defenders
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    Daniel Agger
    Age: 29

    Appearances: 14(1)
    Tackles Won: 62/71 (87%)
    Goals: 0

    Match Rating: 6.90
    Kolo Toure
    Age: 32

    Appearances: 2(2)
    Tackles Won: 21/26 (80%)
    Goals: 1

    Match Rating: 7.75
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    Martin Kelly
    Age: 23

    Appearances: 7(5)
    Tackles Won: 37/42 (88%)
    Goals: 1

    Match Rating: 6.65
    Mamadou Sakho
    Age: 23

    Appearances: 14(1)
    Tackles Won: 57/70 (81%)
    Goals: 4

    Match Rating: 7.02
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    Martin Skrtel
    Age: 29

    Appearances: 17(1)
    Tackles Won: 133/157 (84%)
    Goals: 2

    Match Rating: 7.22
    Tiago Ilori
    Age: 20

    Appearances: 1(1)
    Tackles Won: 32/37 (86%)
    Goals: 0

    Match Rating: 6.80
    Wing Backs
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    Aly Cissokho
    Age: 26

    Appearances: 8
    Tackles Won: 57/67 (85%)
    Passes: 450/573 (78%)
    Crosses: 7
    Assists: 0
    Goals: 0

    Match Rating: 6.65
    Jon Flanagan
    Age: 20

    Appearances: 7(4)
    Tackles Won: 94/113 (83%)
    Passes: 420/535 (78%)
    Crosses: 9
    Assists: 1
    Goals: 1

    Match Rating: 7.10
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    Jose Enrique
    Age: 27

    Appearances: 15
    Tackles Won: 130/146 (89%)
    Passes: 625/812 (76%)
    Crosses: 21
    Assists: 2
    Goals: 1

    Match Rating: 7.15
    Glen Johnson
    Age: 29

    Appearances: 14(1)
    Tackles Won: 104/115 (90%)
    Passes: 871/1,032 (84%)
    Crosses: 8
    Assists: 4
    Goals: 1

    Match Rating: 6.88

    Defensive Stats

    Appearances: 99(16)
    Tackles Won: 727/844 (86%)
    Passes: 2,366/2,952 (80%)
    Crosses: 45
    Assists: 7
    Goals: 3

    Average Match Rating: 6.95


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    Player Preformance Review: Midfield & Forwards

    Midfield
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    Joe Allen
    Age: 23

    Appearances: 11 ( 6)
    Tackles Won: 77/91 (84%)
    Passes: 746/888 (84%)
    Assists: 0
    Goals: 0

    Match Rating: 6.82
    Jordan Herderson
    Age: 23

    Appearances: 10 ( 6)
    Tackles Won: 89/109 (81%)
    Passes: 848/1,033 (82%)
    Assists: 2
    Goals: 0

    Match Rating: 6.75
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    Jordan Rossiter
    Age: 16

    Appearances: 4(4)
    Tackles Won: 38/42 (90%)
    Passes: 694/865 (80%)
    Assists: 0
    Goals: 1

    Match Rating: 6.2
    Lucas Levia
    Age: 26

    Appearances: 18(1)
    Tackles Won: 128/140 (91%)
    Passes: 1,106/1,235 (89%)
    Assists: 1
    Goals: 2

    Match Rating: 6.97
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    Joao Teixeira
    Age: 20

    Appearances: 2(1)
    Tackles Won: 7/9 (77%)
    Passes: 141/167 (84%)
    Assists: 0
    Goals: 1

    Match Rating: 6.90
    Steven Gerrard
    Age: 33

    Appearances: 17(3)
    Tackles Won: 120/126 (95%)
    Passes: 1,203/1,433 (83%)
    Assists: 7
    Goals: 5

    Match Rating: 7.75


    Forwards
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    Pillippe Coutinho
    Age: 21

    Appearances: 20(2)
    Passes: 749/931 (80%)
    Crosses: 29
    Assists: 12
    Goals: 6

    Match Rating: 7.16
    Daniel Sturridge
    Age: 24

    Appearances: 13(3)
    Passes: 208/272 (76%)
    Crosses: 3
    Assists: 0
    Goals: 7

    Match Rating: 6.9
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    Jordan Ibe
    Age: 18

    Appearances: 2(3)
    Passes: 183/252 (72%)
    Crosses: 3
    Assists: 0
    Goals: 0

    Match Rating: 6.5
    Luis Suarez
    Age: 26

    Appearances: 16(1)
    Passes: 391/511 (76%)
    Crosses: 11
    Assists: 7
    Goals: 8

    Match Rating: 7.33
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    Iago Aspas
    Age: 26

    Appearances: 1(3)
    Passes: 255/312 (81%)
    Crosses: 1
    Assists: 1
    Goals: 0

    Match Rating: 6.2
    Raheem Sterling
    Age: 19

    Appearances: 12 ( 6)
    Passes: 266/333 (79%)
    Crosses: 9
    Assists: 3
    Goals: 3

    Match Rating: 6.5

    Midfield Stats:
    Appearances: 62(21)
    Tackles Won: 459/517 (89%)
    Passes: 4,738/5,621 (72%)
    Assists: 10
    Goals: 9

    Average Match Rating: 6.84

    Forward Stats:
    Appearances: 64(18)
    Passes: 1,852/2,511 (74%)
    Assists: 23
    Goals: 34

    Average Match Rating: 6.75



    Last edited by Brendn; 03/01/2014 at 08:14 AM.

  23. Wow great save, keep it up mate! I hope you can turn things around and finish in the top 4 at the end of the season!
    I love the idea of the 5years project!

  24. Brendn's Avatar Brendn
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mundo1996 View Post
    Wow great save, keep it up mate! I hope you can turn things around and finish in the top 4 at the end of the season!
    I love the idea of the 5years project!
    I'm on track to mount a top 4 challenge. Undefeated in 10 premier League games though If I hadn't drawn so many games at the start of the season, we could have been looking at a first season titles challenge.

    The hardest part of this story is trying to keep in character and not go raiding the transfer market for stellar players who are 26+ years old. Youth is the key here and I'm excitedly waiting for the first youth intake.

  25. I really like the fact that your aim is to give youth the chance. Ok there are some other saves who gives youth a chance, but I like the fact that you give the youth from your own acadamy a chance and not buy the best regens from Barcelona, Southampton, Ajax, etc.

    I want to do that in my save too: Give the youth from the club's acaemy a chance.
    Here is my story: From Oberliga to Bundesliga, The New Bayern, Bayern Alzenau

    I hope you read it and give your opinion, that would be nice!

  26. Brendn's Avatar Brendn
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mundo1996 View Post
    I really like the fact that your aim is to give youth the chance. Ok there are some other saves who gives youth a chance, but I like the fact that you give the youth from your own acadamy a chance and not buy the best regens from Barcelona, Southampton, Ajax, etc.

    I want to do that in my save too: Give the youth from the club's acaemy a chance.
    Here is my story: From Oberliga to Bundesliga, The New Bayern, Bayern Alzenau

    I hope you read it and give your opinion, that would be nice!

    I know what you mean. I get a wee bit annoyed when I see the same names being signed in every story. I don't conciser buying wonderkids to be "focusing on youth." I'm even going to avoid raiding the other clubs youth intakes; unless the kids place of birth is "Liverpool", then he literally belongs to me (But each to their own, I'd never dream of telling someone how to play their game)

    I'm even giving the likes of John Flanagan (A two star CA/PA mind you) a go in the first team and he's giving Glen Johnson a run for his money. I judge players on their stats, not their stars.
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  27. Quote Originally Posted by Brendn View Post
    I know what you mean. I get a wee bit annoyed when I see the same names being signed in every story. I don't conciser buying wonderkids to be "focusing on youth." I'm even going to avoid raiding the other clubs youth intakes; unless the kids place of birth is "Liverpool", then he literally belongs to me (But each to their own, I'd never dream of telling someone how to play their game)

    I'm even giving the likes of John Flanagan (A two star CA/PA mind you) a go in the first team and he's giving Glen Johnson a run for his money. I judge players on their stats, not their stars.
    That's the mentality that I like and that is my aim too! Difficult because I'm in the 4th tier, but I can at least try it.
    In every story I see people signing Balanta, Doria, Damiao, Shaw, etc. it is just so annoying because I like finding players my own and not searching for players in a wonderkid list...

  28. Loving the updates, but one thing caught my eye

    Goalkeepers
    Fraser Forster
    Age: 2514

    Appearances: 23
    (played every game)
    Conceded: 28
    Clean Sheets
    : 5

    Match Rating: 7.00

    Forster is one old son of a beach!
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  29. Brendn's Avatar Brendn
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mundo1996 View Post
    That's the mentality that I like and that is my aim too! Difficult because I'm in the 4th tier, but I can at least try it.
    In every story I see people signing Balanta, Doria, Damiao, Shaw, etc. it is just so annoying because I like finding players my own and not searching for players in a wonderkid list...
    I see them as "fun" players to sign and get the best players to have instant success with but it's not realistic since no club would actually accept a ?20M+ over 48 months for potentially one of the best English Full-back in recent years. Hell in real life, Southampton have said he's not being sold, end of story; so any price for him is a bit unrealistic.

    P.S. John Flanagan again turning on the style. A "good for League one" player is averaging 7.00 a game in the premier League.
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  30. Brendn's Avatar Brendn
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    Quote Originally Posted by TommyTomster View Post
    Loving the updates, but one thing caught my eye

    Goalkeepers
    Fraser Forster
    Age: 2514

    Appearances: 23
    (played every game)
    Conceded: 28
    Clean Sheets
    : 5

    Match Rating: 7.00

    Forster is one old son of a beach!
    Jesus, how did i miss that Sound man, I'll fix it there.
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  31. great stuff mate, i'll applaud if you can keep it up! doing a good job with the team you've got there and i hope you make it into the champions league. have to agree bout the walking on the pitch at half time being a bit unrealistic though.. couldn't help but make me think of delia smith at norwich good story though pal keep it up

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    New Year, Same Challenge

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    Premier League
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    FA Cup
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    Premier Line
    Week 23

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    Merseyside Derby Part 2

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    Everton will surely be seeking revenge to their opening day humiliation.
    No team will accept a 4-1 loss and not come out with fire in their bellies the next game.
    I'm going to have to be sure they don't sneak a win against us and I'll certianly
    be looking for the 3 points to help our own Champions League cause.
    Last edited by Brendn; 04/01/2014 at 11:51 PM.
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  33. Quote Originally Posted by Brendn View Post
    I know what you mean. I get a wee bit annoyed when I see the same names being signed in every story. I don't conciser buying wonderkids to be "focusing on youth." I'm even going to avoid raiding the other clubs youth intakes; unless the kids place of birth is "Liverpool", then he literally belongs to me (But each to their own, I'd never dream of telling someone how to play their game)

    I'm even giving the likes of John Flanagan (A two star CA/PA mind you) a go in the first team and he's giving Glen Johnson a run for his money. I judge players on their stats, not their stars.
    At Chelsea, I had to play Milan Lalkovic in FM13 when half of my team was injured, and he was HG/Club trained U21 so didn't need to register him for CL, the dude scored hat-trick on his debut against Shakhtar. He had 2Star PA/ Half/one star CA. That is at the club with Eden Hazard (185PA). His stats are awful too, yet he assisted and scored quite a bit, saved my CL campaign until Jan Window. Although he was inconsistent so didn't keep him around. The point is, even the guys with Less PA and crappy stats can play well. This makes game a bit more realistic.
    It's the same guy who's currently struggling in League One xD

  34. Brendn's Avatar Brendn
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    Quote Originally Posted by samillyroy View Post
    great stuff mate, i'll applaud if you can keep it up! doing a good job with the team you've got there and i hope you make it into the champions league. have to agree bout the walking on the pitch at half time being a bit unrealistic though.. couldn't help but make me think of delia smith at norwich good story though pal keep it up
    Aye, it is unrealistic but I added it for the drama. This story is good fun to write and that's what I'm prioritizing here: I want it to be a good read.
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    Transfer Update

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    Liverpool have today announced the signing of Julian Brandt on a
    pre-contract agreement.


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    I entered into Pre-contract talks with Victor Valdes but no Goalkeeper is worth ?150k p/w.
    I don't care how many titles or medals he has to his name, you don't wear this club's badge for money, you
    wear it for passion!






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    As expected, The media is rife with transfer rumors about Luis Suarez. With Scouts from Real Madrid and Manchester City have been spotted in the stands at Anfield. 60M is the minimum I'll accept. With 2 and a half years remaining on his contract, we don't need to sell so they better make it worth my while.
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  36. just started a liverpool save so will be watching this and comparing.
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  37. Brendn's Avatar Brendn
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    Transfer Update No.2

    Igor Akinfeev
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    CSKA Moscow captain, Igor Akinfeev has signed a pre-contract agreement with Liverpool.

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    I could have signed his for about 1.5M but I decided to get him on a pre-contract agreement so he could continue playing regularly in the Russian Premier Division. CSKA Moscow are in the UEFA Europa League 1st Knockout Round (Vs PSV) so I was reluctant to pull him out of that to only be rotated with (an in form) Fraser Forster.

    Long term plan and thinking.
    Given that I'm aiming for Champions League, the increased number of games means I'll need two goalkeepers
    who can excel at the top level. Mingolet, while being a decent back-up, dose not deserve the wages he's getting (40k p/w) whereas Akinfeev agreed to join the club for the same wages, has 271 Russian Premier Division appearances to him name: has conceded only 33 goals in 28 games this year, keeping 7 clean sheet with an average rating of 7.18 (stats in all competitions). I feel he would give better competition to Forster and since he's only 27 (28 by the time he arrive) and he is young enough to be here for a while, and his Driven personality, high mental stats and Determination of 17, I feel he could be a good role model for the youth keepers.


    Luis Alberto
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    Decent player, decent stats. He's got a future at the club but was being kept out of the team by a
    Coutinho in terrific form. I've sent him out on loan to Reading till the end of the season.


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    Link Type
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    I see this as a long term deal. Rangers is a club that needs to build form the ground up and with Superb training facilities and Great youth facilities, their youth players will be of a great potential and in a good position to reach that potential. Once Rangers get back to the Scottish Premier League, they will no doubt be back fighting for the Scottish Champions league place so my on loan players with them get to experience a title challenge and playing in the Champions League.

  38. Brendn's Avatar Brendn
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    Quote Originally Posted by RaeHurlock View Post
    just started a liverpool save so will be watching this and comparing.
    Haha. Good man yourself, I look forward to being your rival.

  39. I'm a huge Liverpool fan, and I love a good FM story with some photoshop, you're killing it! Amazing read mate Keep up the good work, I love it!
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  40. Brendn's Avatar Brendn
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    Quote Originally Posted by xJamieWilliams View Post
    I'm a huge Liverpool fan, and I love a good FM story with some photoshop, you're killing it! Amazing read mate Keep up the good work, I love it!
    Sound man, the support mean a lot to me.
    I'm a huge Liverpool fan myself so doing well matters to me.

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    Transfer Update No.3

    Ahmed Lachaab

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    Fought off competition from Arsenal, Spurs, City, R.Madrid and B.Munich for this little gem.
    With solid mental and physical stats, I can focus training in Marking, Composure and Quickness.
    Given the right game time and good tutoring, I think this kid could be world class.


    Victor Moses
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    Decided to terminate his loan since he wasn't getting game time in my team.
    My tactics changed over the season and now I'm not utilizing wingers so he's surplus to requirements.


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    Simon Mignolet has joined FC Bayern Munchen on Loan until the end of the season.
    Despite only setting his squad status as "Back-up" they did offer to pay 100% of the Belgian's
    wages, and at 40k a week, that a lot of money sitting on the bench.

    When I started this save, I had full well intended to use Mignolet as my first team GK but his broken arm
    at the end of the pre-season forced me to bring someone in. . . . and Fraser Forster has made himself undroppable!

    He's a good goalkeeper but I've put him on the Transfer List. With Akinfeev on his way to Merseyside, I don't
    see room for the Belgian in my squad.
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    Final Tranfer Update

    Valcav Kadlec
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    Been a long term admirer of this kid and he became available.
    He's a Liverpool fan so he'll be fired up for the derbies, he's quick and agile which suits
    how I want my strikers to play. His PPMs (Moves into Channels and Places Shots) as well as being a two footed
    player (Left: Fairly Strong; Right: Very Strong) means I can play him either side of Coutinho.

    4.8M pounds up front this deal cost me but I'm happy with it.
    He's 21 so it's part of my vision for the club.


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    I've let Iago Aspas join West Brom on loan until the end of the season. I didn't see the Spanish striker competing more than he had been and with the increased competition I felt it was time for him to be moved on.




    Transfers in Europe

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    It was a rather slow winder. I hear the guys at Sky Sports News held a badminton competition for disadvantages school girls to pass the time while waiting for the European clubs to get their act together and buy some players.

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    Jaunary: My Birthday :P

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    Liverpool F.C. vs Cardiff City
    Premier League
    4-0


    57% possession with 16 shots on target: Dominance.
    Coutinho (45, 60), Luis Suarez (41) and Jordan Henderson (74) were the Liverpool scorers.



    Liverpool F.C. vs Exeter City
    FA Cup: 3rd Round
    3-0


    58% possesion with 11 shots on target. Exeter failing to register a shot on target.
    A Jordon Ibe Hat-trick (2, 24, 25) signed off a great display of attacking football from Liverpool.




    Everon F.C. vs Liverpool F.C.
    Premier League

    3
    -2

    We had more shots, we had more on target, we had more possession, but we had fewer goals.
    A loss to Everton is always tough to take and this one hurt.

    Leighton Baines (pen 32), Romelu Lukaku (47), Gerard Deulofeu (79): Luis Suarez (41), Daniel Sturridge (80)



    Norwich City vs Liverpool F.C.
    Premier League
    1-3

    57% possession, 11 shots on target
    Leroy Fer (53); Luis Suarez (29), Raheem Sterling (51) Daniel Sturridge (60)





    Liverpool F.C. vs Huddersfield Town
    FA Cup: 4th Round
    3-1


    61% possession, 13 shots on target. We showed our gulf in class here.
    Another FA Cup Hat-trick for Liverpool, this time it was Coutinho (20, 66, 73) and James Vaughan (47)




    Liverpool F.C. vs Stoke City
    Premier League
    2-2


    I was worried I might loose this. We dominated (60% possession) but Stoke were lethal from dead ball.
    Luis Suarez proved the saviour of the side as he snacthed a draw 2 minutes form time. Lucas was shown a straight red card on 73 mins. He'll miss two massive fixtures in Manchester United and Chelsea F.C.
    Mamadou Sakho (8), Luis Suarez (88); Peter Crouch (5), Brek Shea (33)



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    It's so tight at the top. Dropping points alomst guarentees you'll drop places.
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  44. Brendn's Avatar Brendn
    Modern Day Legend

    Feburary

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    Manchester United vs Liverpool F.C
    Premier League
    2-1

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    David Moyes, I will have my revenge!!!!!




    Liverpool F.C. vs West Bromwich Albion
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    2-1


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    Won at the death. So close to loosing this one.




    Chelsea F.C. vs Liverpool F.C.
    Premier League
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    Fraser Fucking Forster! You beautiful basterd!
    Saved 16 shots keeping a clean sheet at Stamford Bridge




    Brighton and Hove Albion vs Liverpool F.C.
    FA Cup: 5th Round
    2-3



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    Brighton caused us more problems than they should have. Raheem Sterling saved us a replay.




    Liverpool F.C. vs Arsenal F.C.
    Premier League
    1-0



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    Effectively ruled Arsenal out of the race for the European spots whereas we stole 4th place.
    It's looking like a good end of the season for us as we clear 3 (United, Chelsea 7 Arsenal) of
    the big 4 (only City left) teams to play.



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    Everton look set for the Title
    They've had a phenomenal Season

    But I'm concerned with getting Champions League. The Blue side can have their trophy, we'll be back
    to take it off them soon!


    Player of the month: February
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    Fraser Forster

    He cost me 3.5M remember. Bargain!


    Appearances: 5
    Conceded: 5
    Clean Sheets: 2
    Shots saved: 25
    Average Rating: 7.0
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  45. Brendn's Avatar Brendn
    Modern Day Legend

    The FA Cup

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    I've got a great Chance at the FA Cup this season.
    I'm predicting a Merseyside final at Wembley

  46. Great Story so far, lovin it.

  47. Brendn's Avatar Brendn
    Modern Day Legend
    Quote Originally Posted by CuzLFC View Post
    Great Story so far, lovin it.
    Sound mate. It's been an exciting first season so far.

  48. Some great results in the last update. As long as you secure champions league, I think you should be happy with the season.

  49. Brendn's Avatar Brendn
    Modern Day Legend
    Quote Originally Posted by Kubzy View Post
    Some great results in the last update. As long as you secure champions league, I think you should be happy with the season.
    Sound man. I've been trying to keep the form going but all the draws are killing me: Conceding too many goals but when you look at how many I've scored, I'm not surprised.

  50. Quote Originally Posted by Brendn View Post
    Sound man. I've been trying to keep the form going but all the draws are killing me: Conceding too many goals but when you look at how many I've scored, I'm not surprised.
    I have that problem in my Wolves save. Way too many draws. Pretty sure we got more draws than wins, however many other teams were drawing as well which made a close table so it was still good fun.

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