Adam Walker - New Manager On The Block

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    Ok then, here's the low-down. I have decided to do a new career. This time, I will be starting with Southampton, but I may move from time to time. I am using LFCMarshalls latest update so all of the teams are up to date as of Saturday (21st July). I am thinking about making this quite a long term career. I have started the season and am now into 22nd September. Enjoy!


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    Who/what is LFC Marshall and where can I get this update?

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    Southampton Summer 2012 Transfers


    IN:

    Henri Lansbury (Arsenal, Loan)
    Marc Albrighton (Aston Villa, £8 Million)
    Francisco Pavon (Free Agent)
    David Wotherspoon (Hibernian, £1 Million)
    German Re (Estudiantes, £3.7 Million)
    Marcus Hahnemann (Free Agent)
    Alan McGreggor (Free Agent)
    Alessandro Del Piero (Free Agent)

    OUT:

    Jack Stephens (Port Vale, Loan)
    Danny Butterfield (MK Dons, Loan)
    Ryan Dickson (Portsmouth, Loan)

    Overall, I am reasonably happy with how my transfers have performed (which I will show later) despite Del Piero constantly becoming injured. Also feel I was a small bit ripped off by Estudiantes for German Re, but his stats seemed decent and I thought he would be a good signing.


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    could you reply to my post please?

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    Friendlies


    Southampton 6-0 Southampton Reserves

    Tadanari Lee (3) (Southampton)
    Jay Rodriguez (Southampton)
    Adam Lallana (Southampton)
    Billy Sharp (Southampton)

    Very happy with this result, but also slightly concerned that my reserves are that bad. Wasn't even really my full first team, with Lambert sitting out as well as a couple other key players.

    Southampton 2-3 Feyenoord

    Sekou Cisse (2) (Feyenoord)
    Tony Trindade de Vilhena (Feyenoord)
    Luke Shaw (Southampton)
    Rickie Lambert (Pen) (Southampton)

    Not a bad result because Feyenoord are a top Dutch team. Again, not a full strength squad but I brought some of our better players on a HT e.g. Rickie Lambert/Adam Lallana

    Southampton 3-1 Lille

    Franck Beria (o.g) (Southampton)
    Hal Robson-Kanu (Southampton)
    Billy Sharp (M/P) (Southampton)
    Mauro Cetto (o.g) (Southampton)
    Ronny Rodelin (Lille)

    Another strong foreign team, this time from France. Also, a good win after former French champions Lille sort of gave up against us after going 1-0 down due to a sloppy own goal. To be fair, we put out a strong team and Lille didn't.

    Southampton 3-1 Burnley

    Jose Fonte (Southampton)
    Adam Lallana (2) (Southampton)
    Michael Duff (Burnley)

    Average performance but we dominated the game. Annoyingly, Jay Rodriguez picked up a knock but it should heal up in a couple of days.

    Southampton 2-3 Genk (AET)

    Dean Hammond (Southampton)
    Rickie Lambert (Southampton)
    Danny Lebrun (Genk)
    Jelle Vossen (Genk)
    Fabian Camus (Genk)

    A very frustrating match, after leading for basically the whole game, twenty minutes left and Genk score twice in the space of quarter of an hour. Then, with three minutes left of extra time, Genk score the winner. Also, Wotherspoon got injured in the game but it has healed quickly.

    Crawley Town 1-4 Southampton

    Billy Sharp (Pen) (Southampton)
    Rickie Lambert (Southampton)
    German Re (Southampton)
    Sergio Torres (Pen) (Crawley)
    Marc Albrighton (Southampton)

    Easy win against easy opposition, job done.

    Eastleigh 1-5 Southampton

    Danny Seabourne (Southampton)
    German Re (Southampton)
    Steve De Ridder (2) (Southampton)
    Dan Harding (Southampton)
    Mal Morris (Pen) (Eastleigh)

    Annoyingly conceded a penalty which we shouldn't have done against a Blue Square South team. Still, standard, easy win but could and probably should have scored more, considering the amount of chances we had (23), which is a little worrying.

    Grosseto 0-4 Southampton

    Jack Cork (Southampton)
    Alessandro Del Piero (Southampton)
    Adam Lallana (2) (Southampton)

    Standard win and glad we finally didn't concede. Good show from the lads and a good turnaround in the second half when I completely switched the team.

    Torino 1-2 Southampton

    Davide Di Bartolomeo (Torino)
    Adam Lallana (Southampton)
    Rickie Lambert (Southampton)
    Steve De Ridder (Southampton)

    Disappointing performance, especially as De Ridder got sent off. We came from behind and had to score two late goals to win it.

    AlbinoLeffe 1-3 Southampton

    Jay Rodriguez (Southampton)
    Jos Hooiveld (Southampton)
    Morgan Schneiderlin (Pen) (Southampton)
    Alessio Marino (AlbinoLeffe)

    Average performance but again, a lot of wasted chances, this time ten shots off target, with three on, which were the goals. Disappointed so there is room for improvement!


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    #59356 patrick1 : could you reply to my post please?
    Oh sorry :D Here it is: http://www.fm-base.co.uk/forum/downloads.php?do=file&id=6702


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    when you download it, do you have to download something called iLivid? cos that is whats happening and im not sure what im doing is right :(

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    #59378 patrick1 : when you download it, do you have to download something called iLivid? cos that is whats happening and im not sure what im doing is right :(
    No don't think so just click the download and it should just do it straight away.


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    i downloaded the document so how do i install the document on fm2012? cos when i select new game it only says default and 12.2.0 update but not the new update

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    Monthly Update - August


    Southampton 1-1 Newcastle

    Southampton XI: Alan McGregor --- Dan Harding - German Re - Francisco Pavon - David Wotherspoon --- Morgan Schneiderlin --- Adam Lallana - Jack Cork - Steve Davis - Marc Albrighton --- Alessandro Del Piero

    Newcastle XI: Tim Krul --- Davide Santon - Tomas Hubschman - Steve Taylor - Jose Bosingwa --- Jonas Gutierrez - Cheik Tiote - James Perch - Hatem Ben Arfa --- Shola Ameobi - Demba Ba

    Goals:
    Steve Taylor (32) (Newcastle)
    Steve Davis (63) (Southampton)


    Everton 3-0 Southampton

    Everton XI: Tim Howard --- Phil Neville - David Rozehnal - Joseph Yobo - Tony Hibbert --- Siphiwe Tshabalala - Darren Gibson - Jack Rodwell - Stephen Naismith --- Stephen Pienaar --- Nikica Jelavic

    Southampton XI: Alan McGregor --- Danny Fox - German Re - Francisco Pavon - David Wotherspoon --- Morgan Schneiderlin --- Adam Lallana - Jack Cork - Steve Davis - Marc Albrighton --- Jay Rodriguez

    Goals:
    Stephen Naismith (15) (Everton)
    Siphiwe Tshabalala (65) (Everton)
    Seamus Coleman (77) (Everton)


    Barnsley 1-3 Southampton

    Barnsley XI: Luke Steele --- Scott Golbourne - Rob Edwards - Stephen Foster - Scott Wiseman --- Delron Buckley - Jacob Mellis - David Perkins - Jim O'Brien --- Mido - Craig Davies

    Southampton XI: Paulo Gazzaniga --- Luke Shaw - German Re - Francisco Pavon - David Wotherspoon --- Dean Hammond --- Adam Lallana - Morgan Schneiderlin - James Ward-Prowse - Callum Chambers --- Alessandro Del Piero

    Goals:
    Stephen Foster (13) (Barnsley)
    Callum Chambers (42) (Southampton)
    Alessandro Del Piero (48) (Pen) (Southampton)
    Jay Rodriguez (73) (Southampton)


    Southampton 0-0 Stoke

    Southampton XI: Allan McGregor --- Danny Fox - German Re - Francisco Pavon - Nathaniel Clyne --- Morgan Schneiderlin --- Adam Lallana - Jack Cork - Steve Davis - Marc Albrighton --- Jay Rodriguez

    Stoke XI: Asmir Begovic --- Aliaksandr Yurevich - Robert Huth - Ryan Shawcross - Carlos Diogo --- Matt Etherington - Dean Whitehead - Wilson Palacios - Jermaine Pennant --- Kenwyne Jones - Peter Crouch

    Poor month really. Good result v Newcastle but we were absolutely shocking v Newcastle. Need to improve. Also brought Nigel Reo Coker and Michael Owen on trial.

    This post was edited by edam22 (2012-07-24 11:05, 3 years ago)

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    #59383 patrick1 : i downloaded the document so how do i install the document on fm2012? cos when i select new game it only says default and 12.2.0 update but not the new update
    extract it to the editor data folder in FM12


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    Monthly Update - September


    Wigan 1-1 Southampton

    Wigan XI: Ali Al-Habsi --- Maynor Figueroa - Antolin Alcaraz - Gary Caldwell - Ronnie Stam --- Jean Beausejour - Jordi Gomez - Ben Watson - Victor Moses - Albert Crusat --- Franco Di Santo

    Southampton XI: Alan McGregor --- Dan Harding - German Re - Francisco Pavon - Nathaniel Clyne --- Morgan Schneiderlin --- Adam Lallana - Dean Hammond - Jack Cork - Marc Albrighton --- Alessandro Del Piero

    Goals:
    Adam Lallana (15) (Southampton)
    Victor Moses (60) (Wigan)


    Southampton 1-4 QPR

    Southampton XI: Alan McGregor --- Danny Fox - German Re - Francisco Pavon - David Wotherspoon --- Morgan Schneiderlin --- Adam Lallana - Jack Cork - Steve Davis - Marc Albrighton --- Alessandro Del Piero

    QPR XI: Robert Green --- Niklas Moisander - Nedum Onuoha - Ryan Nelson - Luke Young --- Park Ji Sung - Alejandro Faurlin - Shan Derry - Shaun Wright-Phillips --- Djibril Cisse - Bobby Zamora

    Goals:
    Alejandro Faurlin (7) (QPR)
    Park Ji Sung (17) (QPR)
    German Re (45+2) (Southampton)
    Park Ji Sung (70) (QPR)
    Djibril Cisse (78) (QPR)


    Southampton 2-1 Sheffield United (AET)

    Southampton XI: Marcus Hahnemann --- Luke Shaw - Jos Hooiveld - Jose Fonte - Nathaniel Clyne --- Dean Hammond --- Hal Robson-Kanu - Henri Lansbury - Callum Chambers --- Billy Sharp - Jay Rodriguez

    Sheffield United XI: Mark Howard --- Lee Naylor - Harry Maguire - David Weir - Reginal Goreux --- Stephen Quinn - Kevin McDonald - Nick Montgomery - Lee Williamson --- Chris Porter - Richard Cresswell

    Goals:
    Richard Cresswell (16) (Sheffield United)
    Hal Robson-Kanu (71) (Southampton)
    Marc Albrighton (102) (Southampton)


    Manchester City 9-1 Southampton

    Man City XI: Costel Pantilimon --- Gael Clichy - Vincent Kompany - Phil Jagielka - Pablo Zabaleta --- Gareth Barry - Yaya Toure --- David Silva - Sergio Aguero - Carlos Tevez --- Edin Dzeko

    Southampton XI: Alan McGregor --- Danny Fox - German Re - Francisco Pavon - David Wotherspoon --- Jack Cork - Adam Lallana - Steve Davis - Marc Albrighton --- Jay Rodriguez - Rickie Lambert

    Goals:
    David Silva (2) (Man City)
    Sergio Aguero (5) (Man City)
    Carlos Tevez M/P (10) (Man City)
    Edin Dzeko (13) (Man City)
    Edin Dzeko (28) (Man City)
    Sergio Aguero (31) (Man City)
    Pablo Zabaleta (37) (Man City)
    Gareth Barry (51) (Pen) (Man City)
    Gareth Barry M/P (55) (Man City)
    Phil Jagielka (o.g) (61) (Man City)
    Mario Balotelli (88) (Man City)
    Mario Balotelli (90+1) (Man City)

    Absolutely shocking result v Manchester City. We didn't even score although City scored an own goal. We created eight chances, all on target but couldn't convert them. City had 23 chances. Moving on, we should have also beaten Sheffield United more and had to come from behind. In other news, Michael Owen and Nigel Reo Coker have both accepted contract offers after impressing on trial.


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    Not the best of starts then...


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    #59438 Tom_BcFC : Not the best of starts then...
    Haha no not really but determined to improve!


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    Bugger! Went and deleted the save Sorry :(


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