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Valencia CF: El Aumento De Los Valencianos

Follow my journey where I take Valencia back to the top!
Started on 15 November 2014 by Tallery
Latest Reply on 7 June 2015 by pompeyblue
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Some great deals going on (2100th post) :D Keep it up
@shylax - thanks :)
@pompet - danke man :) glad you like the GFX, I like it a lot too :P
@iRoba - thanks man :)
@wellseh - congrats on 2100, oh and my 150th reply :P we need to rave sometime
Sorry I haven't commented in a while :P

Fantastic updates and graphics, amazing layout, this looks like it may be one of the best stories of FM15!
Very good signing!
@Alexis - its okay, I understand... just make up for it in the future ;) and thats praise indeed, I don't think it will... got to get to the class of Nala....
@Jonte23 - thanks
Love the layout and graphics, excellent stuff :)
Tielemans? For 12.5?
Great deal :O
I was trying to get him myself.. but well Anderlecht can be adamant -.-
Loving The GFX Tall and Great Signing In Tielemens hopefully he can live up to the hyoe surrounding him.
@Ollie - thanks :)
@AS4 - Hahah, all clubs can be :P
@Toddzy - yeah, I need him too :P
Amazing work with this story! I guess, this is one of the most promising storys so far! And almost 10.000 views and you only played 2 competetiv games :-O

Incredible, how much effort you give for every update and every detail, no matter how tiny it is.
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@Taro - thanks mate, much appreciated :)

September



In the month of September, it saw the proper start of La Liga, with four fixtures being played by each team, and also would give supporters the chance of seeing their team’s prospects for the upcoming campaign. This month saw Sabella’s Valencia side play Real Madrid at the Santiago Bernabéu, then play Espanyol at the Mestalla. A trip to the Estadio da Vallecas in Madrid then followed, to play Rayo Vallecano. The final game of the month saw Los Che face Almeria in Valencia.

Gameweek 3:



Managers View:

Playing Real Madrid in Madrid was always going to be tough. It was the equivalent of Argentina vs Germany – the World Cup Final – Germany being this fantastic all rounded team that was impossible to beat, and Argentina, not lacking quality but didn’t have a world class team throughout its starting elven. I was sceptical about getting anything out of this game, which is what I told my team before they lined up with the Los Galácticos in the tunnel. We played really well, defending for our lives. This showed, as it took a real piece of quality from Welshman Gareth Bale to put one past an inform Diego Alves deep into the second half. This also showed as we limited them to a few shots on target – eleven – which I would consider an acceptable amount when playing the UEFA Champions League holders at their stomping ground. Overall, a very good performance, despite the result, we can hold our heads high.

Gameweek 4:



Managers View:

We needed a good performance and three points from this game, and Espanyol was an ideal opponent to get them from. The club from Barcelona hadn’t won since a two-nil win over Europa in pre-season, losing to Real Madrid, and drawing with Almeria. Alcácer was once again the star of the show, netting twice. The difference between the two sides was the clinical finishing by Los Che, despite having less possession, less shots and thus less of them on target. This proved to me that we can win games with having to be the dominant team, a trait that could fare well in the future, especially in the big games against the likes of Barcelona and Atlético, which could decide whether we are title challengers or fighting for a Champions League place.

Gameweek 5:



Managers View:

An opportunity missed, along with a poor performance. I was disappointed with my team, letting the opposition dominate in the first half and conceding a goal. However, after my hair-dryer treatment during the interval, we picked up our performance and managed to pull one back through Alcácer once again. In the end, the stats made it look like we should have won the game, twenty-two shot, more possession, more shots on target, but we just couldn’t find that winning goal. It was also a shame that my substitute, André Gomes, managed to pick up a yellow card despite only being on the field for a small amount of time. Overall, disappointing, but happy that we can come back and get a goal from when we are behind.

Gameweek 6:



Managers View

Almería were bottom side in La Liga, and a team we should be beating comfortably. The first half was a struggle to watch, we were dominating, but allowing Almería a couple of chances they should have taken. But after the half-time break, again, we turned up the gear, and really showed what we were about. Feghouli, one of our star players, gave us the lead, before Negredo, in his first start back since recovering from a broken foot which he sustained over three months ago, netted a penalty to give him his first goal for the club since joining from Manchester City. Two minutes later, we scored again, this time it being defender Otamendi, to give us a good win to draw closer to Real Madrid. We had far more shots, nineteen to their four, but only eight found the target, that’s less than half, which is slightly disappointing. We also managed to play with Almeria hell bent on stopping the game, fouling us a huge nineteen times, but it didn’t let it bother us, which is good, as when you are in good form, teams will take that approach to try and get to you.


League Table



After six games, we sit second, two points behind the leaders Real Madrid, and one point in front of the team that is third, that team being Atlético Madrid. We have scored fifteen goals, the same amount as Real, who have been winning games by big margins, and conceded six, leaving us with a goal difference of nine.

Next Month: October



The month of October doesn’t hold any real difficult fixtures, with games against Córdoba and Deportivo de La Coruña at home, both being aired on TV. Two away games against Sevilla and Villarreal follow. Sevilla will be a tough game, with the team being well set up defensively, and dangerous going forward. The Derby de la Comunitat is also a very big game, and a game the fans will want to win, so we need to target that for three points too.
Amazing update as usual, and you're doing very well in the league. Keep up the good work, both in the game and in the story :)
Great Ypdate, GFX are emense keep it up
Great story so far and I'm still in awe of the level of detail, looks like alot of effort you put in there. I especially love the animated ingame-graphics.
Glad you were able to keep Alcacer and sign Odegaard and Tielemans, hope the club can grow with them.

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