Jasonvilla4ever: Thanks man, and yep exactly! They're a great team on my save right now
P-Kiddy: Thank you man! The World Cup is as good as ours!
Meerkatkid2: Thanks buddy! It really means a lot The title was really close at the end, we almost dropped points in some games but fortunately we pulled through
pompeyblue: Thanks a lot man! World Cup, here we come
AAN: Thank you AAN
ZapdosTheGreat: Hell yeah bro!
k1rups: Pffft whoever said you can't win with kids can now be considered as a fool thanks mate!
qwertyman: I certainly hope so bro!
kicktothehead: Thanks a lot man Yeah I used to play with that 4-1DM-2-2-1 tactic because we lacked strength up front but we had a solid defence and good midfielders, but now I use this tactic here:
This is only because I needed to accommodate my wealth of strikers up front and by a few games I realised we were scoring tons of goals in each match, so I stuck with this tactic and won the double The mentality is always attacking and the fluidity is pretty fluid because it gives the players more freedom to do whatever they want on the pitch
And I usually watch the matches in highlights otherwise they'd be really long haha
Thank you very much for reading mate, it has been an equal pleasure to write this story Thank you once again
smythy97: I know it's horrible to see them that way, they've had a sharp decline over the past few years
Rochdale have confirmed Scott Hogan is set to leave The Dale after 5 seasons at Spotland. The striker-made-winger started his career at Rochdale but was released and joined Halifax. He later travelled to numerour other teams before Rochdale re-signed him on a free transfer in June 2013, shortly before the arrival of Justin Credible and he has shined ever since then. From 2013, he has made 221 appearances for Rochdale and has scored a total of 75 goals. He has also won the Golden Boot award in the Sky Bet League 2, League 1 and also in the Championship. His playing time at Rochdale has slowly decreased with the arrival of the likes of Will Keane, Deilson Elias, Quinteros, Ignacio and Jovetic. Scott Hogan has signed a well-paid contract of £48.5k per week and the transfer fee is said to be in the region of £5m.
"Rochdale have given me everything over the past few seasons, I'm really proud to be say that I have played for this mighty club, which has seen an incredible rise under the gaffer Justin Credible. These five seasons at the club have been the best years of my life and they are something I will forever cherish and look back upon. We, as a team, have had many ups and downs but we've held on and Mr. Credible's led us right to the top, it's unbelievable. One thing I do regret is that I couldn't fit into the new style of play that made us win the league this year, but even then, I'm very proud of the fact that I have played under the best manager in the world who is still very young and can achieve a lot of things in the future. But now, it is time to move on from Rochdale and onto a new adventure with Stoke City which are also a big team in England. I wish Rochdale all the best, and who knows, maybe I might return someday but we'll see."
Here we go! The season is right around the corner, so let's get ready to defend this title of ours!:
This transfer was agreed a few seasons ago while we were still in the Championship, and I'm glad it was that way because look at him now!
Another player we signed two seasons ago, he looks to have developed well while he was there at Banfield and he may be ready for first-team action soon.
With Stojanovic gone, we had no back-up keeper for Bardi and Vlachodimos fitted the bill perfectly... on a free-transfer too.
Quite a few of our old players have left the club in order to find more playing time and rightly so, they will get more playing time at their new clubs. Some were deadwood so I had to release them from their contracts and free up some of the wages.
NEW COACHING ADDITION
The man himself has joined us...
I am pretty much happy with my squad as it is right now, so there aren't any immediate transfer targets which is awesome as it means I don't have to spend any money. As for this season's kits, we signed a bulky contract with Fly Emirates and our deal with Nike runs through until the end of this season, but here are the kits for this season:
A few easy friendly fixtures (apart from Dortmund) will show me how to shape the squad for next season and which areas to strengthen. Let's roll...