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[FM14] Doing It Down Under! v2.0

Started on 25 July 2014 by Feliks
Latest Reply on 24 November 2014 by Feliks
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Great graphics, wonder who made them ;)

I love the layout and the quality of the updates are great!
Walter Thanks Walt!

Bashy Thanks :)

Tallery Whoever it was, they're pretty damn good ;)
I hope you get relegated! ;)
Got your back in the corner to start off. What a rough run of form before you arrived. Good luck!
Griffo Oh you :P

squirmy Thanks!
Lovely updates...your story has come so far from start to now, both achievement-wise and quality-wise. Keep it up my friend :)
Neal Thanks for the support Neal, means a lot coming from a legend like you :D
Not looking too good for you at the moment but keep at it :)
Hopefully you can get a better month. Need to improve, and really good graphics
Tango Thanks, I think there's always room to improve :)

XanderThanks Tallery for the graphics, he did a marvelous job

Robak Vows To End Goal Drought

Pogon Szczecin fan favourite Marcin Robak has vowed to please new manager Sean-Paul Lodovico and end an alarming goal drought. The target man, although leading the Ekstraklasa goalscoring charts, has not scored since his marvelous brace against Dolcan Zabki in late September. Reports from teammates seem to indicate that this lack of goals is really starting to impact on Robak's confidence, and the former Polish international will be doing his best to impress the new man in charge and secure his spot up front for the upcoming games.

Lodovico has signalled his intentions to use Robak is a similair manner to which Emile Heskey has used at his old club, Newcastle Jets. Robak is a target man, capable of bringing others into the game but also kicking a few goals himself. Robak has bagged 9 goals so far this season, leading the Ekstraklasa charts ahead of the likes of Cracovia's Rabiola and Lubin's Wozniak.

Robak will be looking to end the drought when Pogon come up against mid-table Lechia on the 3rd of December. Despite being a key player, speculation is abound that he may be moved on soon due to his age and Marcin Robak will be doing his best to secure his spot on the Pogon team, destined for reform under Sean-Paul Lodovico.
Ha I have decided to just reference the musical artist Sean Paul in every one of my comments in this story...

I guess you could say it is time for Robak to "Get Busy"

If anyone is going to get him scoring, it would be you!
They always vow to, let's hope he keeps his word ;)
Griffo :))

Tallery Thanks for the kind words :D

Walter Hopefully he does!

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