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FM Scout: The Hunger Games (FM18)

Started on 30 March 2018 by Justice / First Post
Latest Reply on 15 September 2018 by Justice / Last Post
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Mon the Cruz Azul.

15th July 2019


Season two is now complete for this competition, and the (majority of the) players have played a lot of senior football. The experience gained from the season could prove to be invaluable in the future, and the players are coming on very well.

Here we take a look at the attribute profiles, season stats and transfer status of each player.

Just remember, no player will face elimination in the first three seasons as the young players look to develop their skills. However, bonuses will still be awarded.




















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Season Two Review (2018/2019)


The second season saw a major improvement by most players, with the players' development leading to better performances. Lewie Roberts was our champion of the first season, but who would be our champion of the second season?

We shall go through the points earned by each player, by each team and the value of each player after season one. Bonuses to CA, PA and reputation will be awarded to the winner of each chart.

Please remember that no team shall be eliminated in either of the first three seasons. So, even if your player gets 0 points in the first few seasons, there's no need to worry. This is just a warm up while your players develop some sort of skill.

Player Points

1. Han Cock - 165.300
2. Lewie Roberts - 120.075
3. Josh Drake - 102.760
4. Alexandre Leblanc - 100.460
5. Nininho - 94.550
6. Dick Trickle - 94.450
7. Sybe van der Putten - 87.816
8. Mikkel Bie - 77.660
9. Scott Tyson - 76.580
10. Harry Potter - 72.708
11. Stam - 61.220
12. John Warrington - 60.630
13. Gerard Hoedjes - 49.620
14. Benjaminho Sy - 48.350
15. Phillip Budtz - 45.465
16. Zander Yeks - 41.970
17. Hans Down - 39.900
18. Hercule Pretorius - 31.640
19. Johan Eriksson - 29.640
20. Genie - 26.580

Lewie Roberts had to settle for second place as Han Cock took top spot for the second season. Cock was instrumental for Red Bull Salzburg in the Austrian Bundesliga, picking up the Golden Boot with a 26 league goal season.

Team Points

1. Team One: 285.375
-. Han Cock | 165.300
-. Lewie Roberts | 120.075

2. Team Nine: 189.000
-. Dick Trickle | 94.450
-. Nininho | 94.550

3. Team Seven: 138.880
-. Mikkel Bie | 77.660
-. Stam | 61.220

4. Team Five: 132.400
-. Johan Eriksson | 29.640
-. Josh Drake | 102.760

5. Team Three: 129.786
-. Zander Yeks | 41.970
-. Sybe van der Putten | 87.816
6. Team Ten: 127.040
-. Alexandre Leblanc | 100.460
-. Genie | 26.580

7. Team Six: 126.200
-. Gerard Hoedjes | 49.620
-. Scott Tyson | 76.580

8. Team Four: 108.980
-. John Warrington | 60.630
-. Benjaminho Sy | 48.350

9. Team Eight: 104.348
-. Hercule Pretorius | 31.640
-. Harry Potter | 72.708

10. Team Two: 85.365
-. Hans Down | 39.900
-. Phillip Budtz | 45.465

Once again, Han Cock & Lewie Roberts are the winners of season 2! The two collected the most combined points, and will receive a Current Ability boost ahead of the next season.

Most Valuable Player

1. Sybe van der Putten - £17.25M
2. Han Cock - £16.25M
3. Alexandre Leblanc - £14.5M
4. Harry Potter - £14M
5. Stam - £12.5M
6. Lewie Roberts - £5M
7. Gerard Hoedjes - £4.7M
8. John Warrington - £4.6M
9. Johan Eriksson - £4.3M
10. Phillip Budtz - £4.2M
11. Benjaminho Sy - £4M
12. Hercule Pretorius - £3.8M
13. Nininho - £3.6M
14. Dick Trickle - £3.2M
15. Zander Yeks - £3M
16. Scott Tyson - £2.8M
17. Hans Down - £2.7M
18. Josh Drake - £2M
19. Mikkel Bie - £0.85M
20. Genie - £0.225M

Congratulations to Sybe van der Putten for being the most valuable player after the second season! The Dutch striker was in fabulous form during his loan stay at Mexican side Atlas, and could be in line to be involved in Manchester City's squad next season.

Trophy Wins

Austria
League Competitions
Austrian Bundesliga | Han Cock | Red Bull Salzburg

Croatia
League Competitions
MaxTV Prva hrvatska nogometna liga | Dick Trickle | GNK Dinamo Zagreb

Domestic Cup Competitions
Hrvatski nogometni superkup | Dick Trickle | GNK Dinamo Zagreb

France
Domestic Cup Competitions
Coupe de la Ligue | Mikkel Bie | Paris Saint-Germain

Italy
League Competitions
Serie B | Nininho | Frosinone Calcio

International Youth Competitions
UEFA European Championship U-21 | Benjaminho Sy & Han Cock | France U-21
French Youth Invitational | John Warrington | England U-20

Award Wins

Austria
Austrian Bundesliga Player of the Year | Han Cock | 7.64 average rating
Austrian Bundesliga Golden Boot | Han Cock | 26 goals

International Youth Competitions
FIFA World Cup U-20 | Zander Yeks | Germany U-20

Major Injuries

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Well done han cock for smashing the Austrian league. Maybe try a good league next time round huh? Chump.

3rd September 2019


Fast forward to 3rd September 2019, when most of the European transfer windows close, and there have been a few transfers. Not as many as in previous seasons, with the majority of these being loans, but there was a big money move among us!

Take a look below at the summer dealings up to 3rd September!

England
Southampton | Stam | £9,500,000

Germany
1. FSV Mainz 05 | Johan Eriksson | Loan (Until: 30/06/2021)
Borussia Mönchengladbach | Alexandre Leblanc | Loan (Until: 30/06/2020)

Italy
Genoa | Hercule Pretorius | Loan (Until: 30/06/2020)

Mexico
Cruz Azul | Mikkel Bie | Loan (Until: 30/06/2021)
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1st January 2020


We're midway in to season three, the final season where nobody can be eliminated! If your player isn't playing regularly now, you should be worried. All senior experience is vital if you want your player to be at a level capable of surviving next season.

Here we take a look at the attribute profiles, season stats and transfer status of each player.

Just remember, no player will face elimination in the first three seasons as the young players look to develop their skills. However, bonuses will still be awarded.




















Cruz Azul, thank you for giving me an opportunity. I have always loved them tbh.
Wenger out :(
scott you control the midfield i keep the goal clean and i think we will win ligamx

2nd February 2020


Fast forward to 2nd February 2020 when the transfer windows closed, and we had one player moving in a relatively quiet January transfer window. It was our very own Nininho who moved, on loan. He would join Lewie Roberts at Olympique Marseille for the remainder of the season.

France
Olympique Marseille | Nininho | Loan (Until: 30/06/2020)

UEFA European Championship 2020 Preview


2020 was the year of the save's first UEFA European Championship, and what a stage that was for young stars to be able to prove their value! A number of our contestants made their international debuts in this third season, and would go on to participate in this competition.

In fact, five of our contestants got a dream call up to play in Europe's elite international competition. These five players were spread across four nations and they were all vying for international glory.

Mikkel Bie and Phillip Budtz of Denmark made it to the tournament, along with Sweden's Johan Eriksson, Holland's Sybe van der Putten and Lewie Roberts, Wales' hero from the FIFA World Cup of two years previous.

To Play At UEFA European Championship 2020
Denmark | Mikkel Bie & Phillip Budtz
Holland | Sybe van der Putten
Sweden | Johan Eriksson
Wales | Lewie Roberts

Group B


Holland Were Drawn In To The Group Of Death

What a group of football teams! This was set to be the most action packed of groups, with many rivals going head to head here! Sybe van der Putten was required to be at his best to help Holland, as they would face fierce rivals Germany. If that wasn't enough, heavyweights England and the dangerous Serbia were also drawn in to Holland's group. Making it out of the group would be an incredible achievement for any nation!

Group C


Wales Would Face France And Poland In Group C

It was an easier group than what was presented to Wales in the World Cup two years ago, but Lewie Roberts & co. were under no illusions that anything less than 100% would not suffice. The mighty France, with all their talent and resources, were favourites to progress, with Poland expected to earn the runner up position. Israel would not go down without a fight either.

Group E


Denmark Would Face Sweden In The Battle Of Scandinavia

Another exciting group here! Mikkel Bie & Phillip Budtz of Denmark would be facing off against fierce rivals Sweden, who boasted Johan Eriksson in their ranks. Belgium were favourites to top the group, however, and Hungary were not to be underestimated. Who would prevail?

UEFA European Championship 2020 Group B


It is time! We know who would be playing in the Euros, but who progressed from the group stage? We begin by looking at the first group which contained one of our players, Group B. How would Sybe van der Putten & Holland do?

Group B


A Mixed Set Of Results Saw Holland Take Second Place

Game 1

England 0-3 Holland - 14/06/2020
Stade Roi Baudouin (Brussels, Belgium) | Attendance: 50,000

Starting XI (4-2-1-3): Butland; Walker (76'), Stones, Maguire, Rose; Dier, Henderson (69'); Alli; Sterling (66'), Kane, Rashford
Subs Used: Oxlade-Chamberlain (66'), Cook (69'), Jones (76')

Starting XI (4-4-1-1): Zoet; Tete, van Dijk, de Ligt, Blind; Promes , van Ginkel, Strootman (76'), Depay (76'); Hendrix; van der Putten (66')
Subs Used: Dost (66') , Wijnaldum (76'), Vilhena (76')

What a start to the tournament for Holland Sybe van der Putten! The young striker got the Dutch off to a good start with a well taken finish after the half-hour mark, and Quincy Promes doubled Holland's lead before half time. Bas Dost came off the bench to score a powerful header in the second half, signifying Holland's superiority.

Game 2

Holland 0-2 Germany - 18/06/2020
Stade Roi Baudouin (Brussels, Belgium) | Attendance: 50,000

Starting XI (4-4-1-1): Zoet; Tete, van Dijk, de Ligt, Blind; Promes, van Ginkel, Strootman, Depay (80'); Hendrix; van der Putten (53')
Subs Used: Dost (53', 71'), Janssen (71'), Vilhena (80')

Starting XI (4-4-1-1): ter Stegen; Kimmich, Boateng, Hummels, Henrichs; Volland , Goretzka (1'), Can (62'), Brandt (51'); Müller ; Werner
Subs Used: Gündogan (1'), Draxler (51'), Kroos (62')

Despite the same starting eleven, Holland failed to make an impact on this game. Germany's Leon Goretzka was forced off with a first minute injury and kevin Volland was sent off after thirty minutes for two bookable offences, but the Germans were otherwise rampant. Thomas Müller tapped in a rebound to open the scoring before half time, and Timo Werner's arrowing long range drive sealed the victory on the hour mark.

Game 3

Serbia 2-2 Holland - 22/06/2020
Stade Roi Baudouin (Brussels, Belgium) | Attendance: 50,000

Starting XI (4-2-3-1): Rajkovic; Gajic, Milinkovic-Savic, Nastasic, S. Mitrovic; Radoja (71'), Matic; Tadic (58'), Mihajlovic , Zivkovic (53'); A. Mitrovic
Subs Used: Ljajic (53'), Pavlovic (58'), Fejsa (71')

Starting XI (4-4-1-1): Zoet; Tete, van Dijk , de Vrij, Blind; Promes, van Ginkel, Strootman, Kluivert (58'); Hendrix (87'); van der Putten (87')
Subs Used: Vilhena (58'), Depay (87'), Janssen (87')

Holland absolutely threw this game away. Sybe van der Putten got his side off to a good start with a decent half-volley after twenty minutes, and van Dijk added a second with thirty minutes left. However, they let their guard down, and goals from Aleksander Mitrovic and Nikola Mihajlovic hurt the Dutch.
Syb setting the example, good to see!

UEFA European Championship 2020 Group C


It is time for us to look at Group C. Lewie Roberts and Wales had a tough challenge to qualify, but did they do enough?

Group C


Two Victories Were Enough For Wales To Grab Second Place

Game 1
Wales 1-0 Israel - 16/06/2020
Allianz Arena (Munich, Germany) | Attendance: 69,344

Starting XI (4-4-2): Ward; Gunter, Rodon, Dummett, Davies; Wilson (79'), Ramsey, Lawrence, Bale; Woodburn , L. Roberts (85')
Subs Used: J. Williams (79'), Vokes (85')

Starting XI (4-3-3): Castro; Aharon, Azulay (56'), Gozlan, Tawatha; Natcho, Bitton, Cohen (74'); Blackman (62'), Hemed, Dabbur
Subs Used: Karady (56'), Boysen (62'), Kayal (74')

This was a very very tense game and required a bit of magic to split the teams. In the eighth minute, Gareth Bale beat two defenders on the left wing before spinning a wonderful cross in to the path of Ben Woodburn, who sidefooted an excellent volley beyond the goalkeeper. It was the only bit of excitement in an otherwise boring encounter.


Game 2

France 6-2 Wales - 21/06/2020
Allianz Arena (Munich, Germany) | Attendance: 69,344

Starting XI (4-2-3-1): Lloris; Sidibé, Varane, Laporte, Digne; Kanté, Pogba (77'); Mbappé , Lemar (66'), Dembélé; Griezmann (66') x4
Subs Used: Lacazette (66'), Fekir (66') , Rabiot (77')

Starting XI (4-4-2): Ward; Gunter, Chester, Dummett, Davies ; Lawrence (72'), Ramsey, Allen (66'), Bale; L. Roberts (77') , Woodburn
Subs Used: Wilson (66'), Huws (72'), Vokes (77')

Well, France were expected to win, but not by that much! Griezmann was the star of the show, scoring four times, while Kylian Mbappé and Nabil Fekir also got in on the act. Ben Davies and our very own Lewie Roberts both scored for Wales, but the goals proved to be no more than consolation as France ran out comfortable winners.


Game 3

Poland 0-1 Wales - 24/06/2020
Allianz Arena (Munich, Germany) | Attendance: 69,344

Starting XI (4-4-2): Szczesny; Gumny, Glik, Dawidowicz, Rybus; Wszolek (63'), Krychowiak , Linetty, Zyro (38'); Teodorczyk (56'), Milik
Subs Used: Klich (38'), Stepinski (56'), Kittel (63')

Starting XI (4-4-2): Maxwell; Gunter, Chester, Walsh, Davies; Wilson (63'), Ramsey, Allen (72'), Bale; Woodburn, L. Roberts (63')
Subs Used: Lawrence (63'), Vokes (63') , J. Williams (72')

It was quite simple. Winner claimed second. Luckily for Wales, it was made easier as Krychowiak clumsily got himself sent off in the first half for two yellow card offences. Off the bench came the match winner, and new hero, Sam Vokes, as he powered in a late header to send Wales through to the knockout rounds!

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