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Started on 30 March 2018 by Justice
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UEFA European Championship 2024 Preview


Our players were beginning to become absolute stars of football, and the Euros came up in 2024.

Surprisingly, there were no real misses in this tournament, and 13 of the 14 remaining contestants made it to the Euros. Lewie Roberts & Wales were the only one of us to miss out. Hard luck.

To Play At UEFA European Championship 2024
Belgium | Hercule Pretorius
Croatia | Dick Trickle
Denmark | Mikkel Bie & Phillip Budtz
France | Han Cock & Alexandre Leblanc
Germany | Hans Down & Zander Yeks
Greece | Stam
Holland | Sybe van der Putten
Portugal | Nininho
Republic of Ireland | Harry Potter
Ukraine | Genie

Group A


Mikkel Bie & Phillip Budtz Of Denmark Would Face Nininho Of Portugal

For Denmark's Mikkel Bie & Phillip Budtz, they would face a challenging Group A. Nininho of Portugal were to be their greatest rivals of the group, while Switzerland and Hungary made up the rest of the group.

Group B


Germany Would Face Two Rivals In Holland & Austria In A Tough Group B

For Hans Down & Zander Yeks of Germany, one of the favourite nations, they would face rivals Holland & Sybe van der Putten. German-speaking rivals Austria, and Kosovo, also made up a tough group.

Group C


World Cup Champions France Would Face Greece, Ukraine & Sweden

For Han Cock & Alexandre Leblanc of France, they would face Stam of Greece, Genie of Ukraine and Sweden. France were strong favourites, while the shootout for second place was not expected to be a straight forward one.

Group D


Belgium's Hercule Pretorius Would Face Croatia's Dick Trickle In Group D

For Hercule Pretorius & Belgium, first place was a must. Croatia were relying on Dick Trickle to fire them above Romania and Slovakia, and claim second place.

Group E


Ireland's Harry Potter Would Face Bitter Rivals England

What a group! For Harry Potter and Republic of Ireland, bitter rivals England awaited, while Spain and Poland were also in the group. The Irish were strongly considered to finish last.
*NOTE* I may have accidentally skipped over one minor detail. Phillip Budtz completed a £57,000,000 to Manchester City in January 2024. That was the only transfer in January 2024.

Euro 2024 Group Stages


Yeah, I'm busy, hence the lack of updates. Sue me. Anyway, here's a roundup of what happened in the group stages, because detailing each group as in previous tournaments is too time consuming for me now (even though I prefer those updates).


Group A


Portugal & Denmark Qualified Alongside Switzerland From Group A

So yeah.... Both Portugal & Denmark qualified, along with the three related players. Mikkel Bie, Phillip Budtz & Nininho each played every minute of every game. Denmark scraped through, as Budtz struggled to find any kind of form. Bie did alright, while Nininho assisted in each game. Well done Nininho!

Group B


Both Germany & Holland Progressed Alongside Austria

So, good news for both the Germans & Dutch! Hans Down was instrumental as Germany defeated Holland and Kosovo, and drew against Austria, with Zander Yeks playing as a substitute just once. Sybe van der Putten's hat trick against Kosovo aided his side to qualification, and he also scored against Austria, but was disappointing against Germany.

Group C


Greece & Ukraine Dropped Out As France & Sweden Qualified

Han Cock scored twice for France as they strolled to a first place finish, and so did Alexandre Leblanc, who broke in to the France squad recently. For Genie of Ukraine and Stam of Greece, it was a disappointing tournament, as they both dropped out.

Group D


Belgium Topped The Group While Croatia Earned Last Place

For Hercule Pretorius and Belgium, it was a successful group stage. Hercule Pretorius scored twice as he played a key role for his side. Dick Trickle scored both of Croatia's only goals in the tournament, but his ability was not enough to save Croatia.

Group E


The Republic of Ireland Missed Out As They Finished Last

For Harry Potter, it was a disappointing tournament. He was forced off with injury in Ireland's first game against Poland, and missed the rest of the tournament. The Irish suffered a heartbreaking 4-5 defeat to England, and a defeat against Spain sealed their disappointing fate.

Last 16 Draw


France Will Play Holland In The Match Of The Round

What a draw! Our two Danish players will face Sweden in a Scandinavian derby, while Hans Down & Zander Yeks of Germany will face Switzerland. Belgium will face Poland, while Nininho & Portugal will play against Slovakia. The big game was expected to be France versus Holland, and Han Cock & Alexandre Leblanc versus Sybe van der Putten. I, for one, cannot wait!

Euro 2024 Last 16


There were a few shocks in the group stage, and some very big fixtures to look forward to in the last sixteen. Let's see how our players fared.

Last 16 Results


Denmark, Germany & Holland All Crashed Out Of The Last 16

Denmark 2-2p Sweden | 29/06/2024
Zentralstadion (Leipzig, Germany) | Attendance: 44,345

Starting XI (4-4-2): Bie; Kristensen, Kjær, Christensen, Pedersen; Sisto (71'), Hvidt, Højbjerg (71'), Budtz ; Poulsen, Stæhr (71')
Subs Used: Eriksen (71'), Holse (71'), Delaney (71')

Starting XI (4-4-2): Johnsson; Wahlqvist, Dagerstål, Lindelöf, Augustinsson; Kulusevski, Hiljemark, Gustafson, Eriksson; Isak , Timossi Andersson
Subs Used: Guidetti (75'), Tibbling (75'), Fransson (75')

What a game! Phillip Budtz opened the scoring early on for Denmark with a tidy finish. However, Sweden were more than a match in this Scandinavian derby, as Alexander Isak equalised before half time. The game went to extra time, and Simon Tibbling looked to have scored the winner for Sweden. However, Denmark struck back through Carlo Holse, sending the game to a penalty shootout. Sweden won 4-3, as Rasmus Kristensen and Christian Eriksen missed for Denmark. Bye bye Bie & Budtz.


Germany 1-2 Switzerland | 29/06/2024
Volksparkstadion (Hamburg, Germany) | Attendance: 51,750

Starting XI (4-4-2): ter Stegen; Kimmich, Tah, Ginter, Henrichs; Havertz (59'), Down (57'), Goretzka, Brandt (59'); Werner , Yeks
Subs Used: Arnold (57'), Weigl (59'), Sané (59')

Starting XI (4-1-4-1): Bürki; Mbabu, Elvedi, Akanji, R. Rodríguez; Zakaria; Lotomba (79'), Janjicic (57'), Sow, F. Rodríguez ; Oberlin (45')
Subs Used: Fassnacht (45'), Wegmann (57'), Lopes (79')

The big boys are down! Timo Werner scored from close range to open the scoring for the Germans in the first half, and they were in cruise control for most of the game. But then, the Swiss struck back late. Christian Fassnacht came off the bench to equalise with two minutes to go, and then Fransisco Rodríguez scored a minute later to give Switzerland a surprise win.


Belgium 1-0 Poland | 30/06/2024
Waldstadion (Frankfurt, Germany) | Attendance: 48,000

Starting XI (4-2-3-1): Courtois; Meunier, Alderweireld, Poiret, Bolingoli; De Bruyne, Bastien; Bailey, Pereira, Pretorius; R. Lukaku
Subs Used: Origi (68'), Tielemans (76'), Musonda (76')

Starting XI (4-4-2): Szczesny; Gumny, Glik, Bielik (63'), Jaroszynski; Wszolek, Linetty, Murawski (68'), Juchasz; Stepinski (60'), Purzycki
Subs Used: Wrzesniak (60'), Salamon (63'), Dawidowicz (68')

Boring game, in truth. Big Rom scored early in the second half, before being taken off injured. Hercule Pretorius and Belgium marched on to the quarter finals.


Portugal 2-1 Slovakia | 30/06/2024
Stuttgart (Frankfurt, Germany) | Attendance: 54,812

Starting XI (4-3-3): Moreira; Pinto, Matos, Dias, Guerreiro; Neves (42'), Fernandes, Sanches (60'); B. Silva , A. Silva (45'), Nininho
Subs Used: Vezo (42'), Louro (45'), Gomes (60')

Starting XI (4-3-3): Ondrus; Tomic , Skriniar, Vavro, Mazan; Gregus (87'), Lobotka, Ivan (87'); Spalek (35'), Zrelak, Chrien
Subs Used: Tupta (35'), Ninaj (87'), Bugala (87')

Nininho was the star of Portugal in this game. Bernardo Silva opened the scoring in the second half, but Tomic's late equaliser looked to have sent the game to extra time. Nininho then stepped up to score a late winner, sending Portugal to the quarter finals.


France p1-1 Holland | 30/06/2024
Westfalenstadion (Dortmund, Germany) | Attendance: 65,851

Starting XI (4-4-2): Grellier; Tolisso, Varane, Upamecano, Hernández; Dembélé, Ndombele, Pogba (69'), Lemar (75'); Cock , Mbappé (51')
Subs Used: Martial (51'), Rabiot (69'), Griezmann (75')

Starting XI (4-4-2): Zoet; Tete, de Ligt, Hoedt (65'), van Drongelen; Promes, Ramselaar, Hendrix, Depay (71'); Zirkzee (56'), van der Putten
Subs Used: Janssen (56'), Hoedjes (65'), Kluivert (71')

It was the battle of two team mates. Manchester City strikers Han Cock & Sybe van der Putten faced off each other in the game of the round. Han Cock's moment of wonder came first, as he opened the scoring by firing in a powerful shot in to the roof of Holland's net. van der Putten struck back late in the game to send the match to extra time, and then on to a penalty shootout. However, Justin Kluivert missed from the spot as France won 5-4, sending VDP and Holland out.


Quarter Final Draw


France Play Spain In The Quarter Finals

None of our contestants will face each other in the quarter finals. Belgium will face Sweden, while Portugal will play Serbia. For France, they had the toughest match of the round, again, as they would play against Spain. Who would reach the semi finals, if any?

Euro 2024 Quarter Finals


We had quite a few of our players make it to the quarter finals of the Euros. Han Cock & Alexandre Leblanc of France were to face Spain, Hercule Pretorius and Belgium were opposed by Sweden, and Portugal's Nininho was up against Serbia. Could any of these players make it to the semis? Let's find out!

Quarter Final Results


Belgium, France & Portugal All Marched Towards The Semi Finals

Sweden 0-2 Belgium | 05/07/2024
Neckarstadion (Stuttgart, Germany | Attendance: 54,812

Starting XI (4-4-2): Johnsson; Wahlqvist, Brorsson, Lindelöf, Augustinsson; Svanberg (59'), Hiljemark, Gustafson, Eriksson (40'); Isak (49'), Timossi Andersson
Subs Used: Petersson (40'), Guidetti (49'), Lundqvist (59')

Starting XI (4-2-3-1): Courtois; Meunier, Denayer, Alderweireld (49'), Bolingoli; De Bruyne, Tielemans; Bailey , Pereira (59'), Pretorius ; Origi (45')
Subs Used: Dimata (45'), Verstraete (49'), Musonda (59')

Easy game for Belgium, in truth. Sweden were no match, and a first half injury to Johan Eriksson made it mission impossible for them. While Alderweireld picked up an injury in the second half, a goal from Leon Bailey set Belgium on the way. Hercule Pretorius doubled Belgium's advantage in the last minute, sending his side to the semi finals.


France 2-0 Spain | 07/07/2024
Olympiastadion (Berlin, Germany | Attendance: 74,475

Starting XI (4-4-2): Grellier; Tolisso, Varane , Laporte, Lenglet; Dembélé, Ndombele (77'), Pogba (61'), Lemar; Cock (71'), Mbappé
Subs Used: Rabiot (61'), Leblanc (71'), Upamecano (77')

Starting XI (4-4-2): De Gea; Odriozola, Vallejo (71'), Meré, Grimaldo; Saúl (53'), Asensio (64'), Jiménez, Isco; Tabuenca, Morata
Subs Used: Williams (53'), Suso (64'), Israel (71')

France's physical prowess gave them a major advantage over a tired Spanish side. While neither Han Cock or Alexandre Leblanc performed overly well, the French strolled to victory. Varane scored the opener with a first time header, and Kylian Mbappé doubled France's advantage in the second half. France strolled to the semi finals.


Portugal e3-2 Serbia | 04/07/2024
Allianz Arena (Munich, Germany | Attendance: 69,344

Starting XI (4-3-3): Moreira; Dalot, Vezo, Dias, Guerreiro (61'); Neves, Fernandes (64'), Sanches ; B. Silva, A. Silva, Nininho (53')
Subs Used: Guedes (53'), Pereira (61'), Louro (64')

Starting XI (4-2-3-1): Rajkovic; Maksimovic, Milinkovic-Savic, Jovanovic, Hrubik; Grujic, Ilic (55'); Zivkovic, Mihajlovic (53'), Hrubik; Vujadinovic (45')
Subs Used: A. Mitrovic (45'), S. Mitrovic (53'), Radoja (55')

What a game! Injuries to Nininho and Bernardo Silva upset Portugal's rhythm, and a goal from Serbia Aleksander Mitrovic looked to have won the game. However, Renato Sanches had other plans, with a 95th minute equaliser, sending the game to extra time. Goals from Louro and Guedes were enough for Portugal to reach the semi finals, despite conceding a goal from the other Mitrovic.

Semi Final Draw


France Would Play Portugal In The Semi Finals

Belgium got the easier of the ties, facing England in the semi finals. France would play Portugal in the other, with a place in the final on the line. Who would prevail? Who would reach the final? Find out soon.
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Euro 2024 Semi Finals


We're down to just four teams now! Exciting times as Han Cock & Alexandre Leblanc of France, Hercule Pretorius of Belgium and Nininho of Portugal all looked to forge away to the final. At least one of these four would make it to the final. Who will progress to Europe's international football showpiece event?

Semi Final Results


Belgium & France Both Progressed To The Final

Belgium p1-1 England | 11/07/2024
Allianz Arena (Munich, Germany) | Attendance: 69,344

Starting XI (4-2-3-1): Courtois; Castagne (73'), Denayer, Poiret, Bolingoli; De Bruyne, Bastien; Bailey (68'), Musonda (62'), Pretorius; Dimata
Subs Used: Pereira (62'), Origi (68'), Meunier (73')

Starting XI (4-2-3-1): Pickford; Stones, Dier, White, Chilwell; Winks, Hughes (53'); Kane, Alli, Rashford (53'); Warrington (58')
Subs Used: Chalobah (53'), Sancho (53'), Sterling (58')

Football's coming home! Nope. It isn't. Not an England squad that breeds confidence, is it? John Stones, Harry Kane (at AMR?!?!), Dele Alli and Marcus Rashford were the key players, but they were always second best to a strong Belgium outfit. Hercule Pretorius played the full 120 minutes as Charly Musonda's opener was canceled out by Jadon Sancho late on, sending the game to extra time and on to a penalty shootout. Now, I know England just beat Colombia in a penalty shootout in real life, but let's pretend they still have their hoodoo. Ultimately it was their goal scorer, and temporary hero, Jadon Sancho who missed the decisive penalty, allowing Belgium & Hercule Pretorius to the final! (England's Coming Home)


France 3-1 Portugal | 10/07/2024
Westfalenstadion (Dortmund, Germany) | Attendance: 65,851

Starting XI (4-4-2): Grellier; Sidibé (75'), Varane, Upamecano, Digne; Coman, Tolisso (81'), Rabiot, Lemar (70'); Cock , Mbappé x2
Subs Used: Griezmann (70'), Pogba (75'), Georgen (81')

Starting XI (4-3-3): Moreira; Dalot (70'), Vezo, Dias, Guerreiro (63'); Fernandes, Geraldes, Sanches; Martins, André Silva (75'), Guedes
Subs Used: Pereira (63'), Pinto (70'), Louro (75')

Cock on a semi was always going to be too difficult to handle, and Portugal could not stop the free-firing French magic machine. His assist for Kylian Mbappé's opener was exquisite, and underlined his quality. Nininho missed out with injury, but Portugal were able to strike back. André Silva converted a penalty, which was the result of a rare Raphael Varane foul. However, even with Alexandre Leblanc not featuring, Han Cock was still able to penetrate the back of Portugal with pace and power, and delivered a happy ending to the French, firing his shots deep in to Portugal's net. Cock had played his role in giving birth to another major final for France.


Final Draw


Belgium Will Play France In The Final

Belgium versus France in the final, as predicted before the tournament began. The two heavyweights of international football would collide, with only one side able to become victor. Who would it be; Hercule Pretorius & Belgium, or Han Cock & Alexandre Leblanc of France?

Euro 2024 Final


Well, here we are! The final of the 2024 UEFA European Championship! France vs Belgium, Cock & Leblanc vs Pretorius. Who would come out on top?

The Final


France Came Out On Top On Penalties After Thrilling Final

Belgium 3-3p France | 14/07/2024
Olympiastadion (Berlin, Germany) | Attendance: 74,475

Starting XI (4-2-3-1): Courtois; Meunier, Verstraete, Poiret (52'), Bolingoli; Tielemans, De Bruyne; Bailey x2, Musonda (52'), Pretorius (47'); Batshuayi
Subs Used: Origi (47'), Pereira (52'), Castagne (52')

Starting XI (4-4-2): Grellier; Tolisso, Lenglet, Laporte, Hernández ; Coman, Rabiot, Pogba, Martial (61'); Cock (68'), Mbappé (61')
Subs Used: Leblanc (61'), Dembélé (61'), Griezmann (68')

Bang Boom Bing Bong! What a way to round off an incredible tournament! Goals from Theo Hernández and Antony Martial set France on their way, until Leon Bailey decided to start playing. He scored a brace for Belgium to send the game to extra time, where it all kicked off. With five minutes to go in extra time, Andreas Pereira scored what appeared to be the winning goal, until a bullet header from Alexandre Leblanc sent the game to penalties. However, France won 4-2 on penalties after Batshuayi and Pereira missed from the spot. France won the tournament, and so too did Han Cock & Alexandre Leblanc!


Euro 2024 Awards


Bernardo Silva Won The Tournament's Best Player Award

Portugal's Bernardo Silva was named as the tournament's best player, while France's Louis Grellier won the young best player award. Six goals for Austria's Marcel Sabitzer was enough to win the golden boot, while (unfortunately) we had no contestants in the dream team.



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Season Seven Review (2023/2024)


Well, it has been a long time coming. Finally, here is season seven's review, as we come closer to the end of the series (still some way to go yet).

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.

Player Points

1. Han Cock - 562.790
2. Hercule Pretorius - 386.390
3. Hans Down - 273.118
4. Nininho - 243.688
5. Mikkel Bie - 240.066
6. Stam - 228.285
7. Phillip Budtz - 227.012
8. Harry Potter - 212.027
9. Sybe van der Putten - 209.362
10. Alexandre Leblanc - 183.050
11. Genie - 176.946
12. Lewie Roberts - 159.185
13. Zander Yeks - 143.832
14. Dick Trickle - 141.044

Surprise, surprise, Han Cock wins! He was head and shoulders above the rest. There were some very good performances, most notably Hercule Pretorius and Hans Down, wile the likes of Dick Trickle, Zander Yeks and Lewie Roberts had very disappointing seasons.

Team Points

1. Team One: 721.975
-. Han Cock | 562.790
-. Lewie Roberts | 159.185

2. Team Eight: 598.417
-. Hercule Pretorius | 386.390
-. Harry Potter | 212.027

3. Team Two: 500.130
-. Hans Down | 273.118
-. Phillip Budtz | 227.012

4. Team Seven: 468.351
-. Mikkel Bie | 240.066
-. Stam | 228.285
5. Team Nine: 384.732
-. Dick Trickle | 141.044
-. Nininho | 243.688

6. Team Ten: 359.996
-. Alexandre Leblanc | 183.050
-. Genie | 176.946

7. Team Three: 353.194
-. Zander Yeks | 143.832
-. Sybe van der Putten | 209.362






Once again, Han Cock & Lewie Roberts are the winners of season 7! Team Eight and Team Two look to be closing the gap at the top, but our two superstars continue to light up the show.

Unfortunately, one team most be sacrificed. For Zander Yeks and Sybe van der Putten, it is the end of the road. Commiserations to the two. While Sybe van der Putten had been putting in a shift and was winning trophies, Zander Yeks had been slacking a lot. He was the reason the team placed so low, in truth. Goodbye.

Most Valuable Player

1. Han Cock - £92M
2. Hercule Pretorius - £83M
3. Sybe van der Putten - £82M
4. Phillip Budtz - £77M
5. Hans Down - £73M
6. Harry Potter - £71M
7. Stam - £65M
=. Nininho - £65M
=. Alexandre Leblanc - £65M
10. Zander Yeks - £64M
11. Lewie Roberts - £63M
12. Dick Trickle - £61M
13. Mikkel Bie - £55M
14. Genie - £43.5M

Congratulations to Han Cock for being the Most Valuable Player of the season! His value was boosted by his personal success, while a number of other players also saw their values soar. Every player now has a value over £40M, with all but one valued at over £50M!

Trophy Wins

Continental
UEFA Champions League | Mikkel Bie & Hercule Pretorius | Paris Saint-Germain
UEFA Super Cup | Mikkel Bie & Hercule Pretorius | Paris Saint-Germain

England
League Competitions
Premier League | Phillip Budtz, Han Cock & Sybe van der Putten | Manchester City

Cup Competitions
FA Charity Shield | Genie & Stam | Manchester United
FA Cup | Harry Potter | Arsenal

France
League Competitions
Ligue 1 | Mikkel Bie & Hercule Pretorius | Paris Saint-Germain

Cup Competitions
Coupe de France | Mikkel Bie & Hercule Pretorius | Paris Saint-Germain

Germany
League Competitions
Bundesliga | Hans Down & Lewie Roberts | Bayer 04 Leverkusen

Cup Competitions
DFL-Supercup | Hans Down & Lewie Roberts | Bayer 04 Leverkusen

Intercontinental
FIFA Club World Cup | Mikkel Bie & Hercule Pretorius | Paris Saint-Germain

International
UEFA European Championship | Han Cock & Alexandre Leblanc | France

Italy
League Competitions
Serie A | Alexandre Leblanc | Juventus

Cup Competitions
Coppa Italia | Alexandre Leblanc | Juventus
Supercoppa di Italia | Alexandre Leblanc | Juventus

Award Wins

Continental
Best Player in Europe | Han Cock | 8.03 average rating
European Golden Shoe | Han Cock | 30 goals

England
Premier League Player's Player of the Year | Han Cock | 8.08 ave rating
Premier League Young Player of the Year | Han Cock | 8.08 ave rating
Premier League Player's Player of the Year | Han Cock & Stam | 78.08 & 7.41 ave rating
Premier League Golden Boot | Han Cock | 30 goals

France
Ligue 1 Player of the Season | Hercule Pretorius | 7.39 average rating
Ligue 1 Team of the Season | Hercule Pretorius | 7.39 average rating

Germany
Bundesliga Player of the Year | Hans Down | 7.34 average rating
Bundesliga Team of the Year | Hans Down & Nininho | 7.34 & 7.84 average rating

Italy
Serie A Team of the Year | Alexandre Leblanc | 7.22 average rating

International
Ballon d'Or 1st Place | Han Cock | 8.03 average rating
FIFA FIFPro Player of the Year 1st Place | Han Cock | 8.03 average rating
FIFA FIFPro Team of the Year | Han Cock | 8.03 average rating

Major Injuries

Lewie Roberts | Sprained Knee Ligaments | 14/09/2023 (5 weeks)
Dick Trickle | Lower Back Stress Fracture | 16/04/2024 (6 weeks)
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15th July 2024


And now, on to the end of season 7! With another set of players eliminated from the previous season, the competition is becoming tense!

Here we take a look at the attribute profiles, season stats and transfer status of each player who played in the season just gone.














1st September 2024


After a thrilling European Championship, we are back to the domestic football season, with just twelve contestants remaining! Of these twelve, two of them made transfer moves, with one of them moving for over £100M!

France
Paris Saint-Germain | Stam | £102,000,000

Germany
FC Bayern München | Nininho | £54,000,000

1st January 2025


Midway through season 8, and we are down to just 12 players! Let's see how it has gone so far.

Here we take a look at the attribute profiles, season stats and transfer status of each player who played in the season just gone.












14th July 2025


On to the end of season 8, and our stars had certainly become global heroes. You know the drill.

Here we take a look at the attribute profiles, season stats and transfer status of each player who played in the season just gone.












Season Eight Review (2024/2025)


We edge ever closer to the end of this series, and one more team has to go this season. You know the drill at this stage.

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.

Player Points

1. Han Cock - 585.820
2. Stam - 360.484
3. Nininho - 333.346
4. Hans Down - 311.774
5. Hercule Pretorius - 302.470
6. Phillip Budtz - 288.814
7. Mikkel Bie - 199.926
8. Genie - 198.524
9. Alexandre Leblanc - 196.845
10. Dick Trickle - 172.430
11. Harry Potter - 167.170
12. Lewie Roberts - 147.207

Surprise, surprise, Han Cock wins! He was head and shoulders above the rest. Stam, Nininho, Hans Down and Hercule Pretorius all did well to receive over 300 points, while six of the contestants were poor and claimed less than 200.

Team Points

1. Team One: 733.027
-. Han Cock | 585.820
-. Lewie Roberts | 147.207

2. Team Two: 600.588
-. Hans Down | 311.774
-. Phillip Budtz | 288.814

3. Team Seven: 560.410
-. Mikkel Bie | 199.926
-. Stam | 360.484
4. Team Nine: 505.776
-. Dick Trickle | 172.430
-. Nininho | 333.346

5. Team Eight: 469.640
-. Hercule Pretorius | 302.470
-. Harry Potter | 167.170

6. Team Ten: 395.369
-. Alexandre Leblanc | 196.845
-. Genie | 198.524


Once again, Han Cock & Lewie Roberts are the winners of season 8! Team Eight saw a significant drop this season, while Team Two and Team Seven performed very well.

Unfortunately, one team must be sacrificed. For Alexandre Leblanc and Genie, it is the end of the road. Commiserations to the two. Neither player was able to perform exceptionally well, despite playing consistently good football, and as a result were eliminated.

Most Valuable Player

1. Han Cock - £92M
2. Hercule Pretorius - £83M
3. Nininho - £82M
4. Phillip Budtz - £81M
5. Hans Down - £76M
6. Alexandre Leblanc - £72M
7. Harry Potter - £71M
8. Lewie Roberts - £68M
9. Stam - £65M
10. Dick Trickle - £63M
11. Mikkel Bie - £56M
12. Genie - £49.5M

Congratulations to Han Cock for being the Most Valuable Player of the season! His value was boosted by his personal success, while a number of other players also saw their values soar. Every player now has a value over £40M, with all but one valued at over £50M!

Trophy Wins

Continental
UEFA Europa League | Harry Potter | Arsenal
UEFA Super Cup | Mikkel Bie, Hercule Pretorius & Stam | Paris Saint-Germain

England
League Competitions
Premier League | Phillip Budtz & Han Cock | Manchester City

Cup Competitions
FA Charity Shield | Phillip Budtz & Han Cock | Manchester City

France
Cup Competitions
Coupe de la Ligue | Mikkel Bie, Hercule Pretorius & Stam | Paris Saint-Germain
Trophee des Champions | Mikkel Bie, Hercule Pretorius & Stam | Paris Saint-Germain

Germany
League Competitions
Bundesliga | Nininho | FC Bayern Munich

Cup Competitions
DFB-Pokal | Nininho | FC Bayern Munich
DFL-Supercup | Nininho | FC Bayern Munich

Intercontinental
FIFA Club World Cup | Mikkel Bie, Hercule Pretorius & Stam | Paris Saint-Germain

International
FIFA Confederations Cup | Han Cock | France

Italy
Cup Competitions
Supercoppa di Italia | Alexandre Leblanc | Juventus

Award Wins

Continental
Best Player in Europe | Han Cock | 8.10 average rating

England
Premier League Player's Player of the Year | Han Cock | 8.27 average rating
Premier League Player's Team of the Year | Phillip Budtz & Han Cock | 7.45 & 8.27 average rating

France
Ligue 1 Team of the Season | Hercule Pretorius & Stam | 7.24 & 7.62 average rating

Germany
Bundesliga Player of the Year | Nininho | 7.72 average rating
Bundesliga Team of the Year | Hans Down & Nininho | 7.46 & 7.72 average rating

World
Ballon d'Or 1st Place | Han Cock | 8.19 average rating
FIFA FIFPro Player of the Year 1st Place | Han Cock | 8.19 average rating
FIFA FIFPro Team of the Year | Han Cock, Hans Down & Stam | 8.19, 7.44, 7.57 average rating

Major Injuries

NONE

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