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My Manchester United Story FM12

Started on 31 October 2011 by Godman
Latest Reply on 23 October 2012 by Chiby319
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#41203 Pavko21 : In my modest opinion you are suffering because of the holding midfielders. Pogba is really impressive but Cleverley is not a Man Utd material.

I would not say that I am suffering (if you look at page 35 Cleverley is developing very well alongside Pogba).

I would say that my weakest position would be in Goal as De Gea either has a blinder or an shocker.
In my game De Gea is the best in the world ... on a regular basis Man of the match.
Cleverly is missing in tackling, marking and the other defensive attributes which make your midfield kind of easy to beat.
And yes "suffering" was a bit exaggerated :) sorry
Dude can I see how Crisetig is doing in your game, in mine he's progressing well, tutored him in the first season with Hamsik then Fletcher and started 14 games and went on subs 7 times, then loaned him to Twente and he became an automatic starting 11 and has helped Twente from 9th place, on September to 5th on November. I think he will surpass Fletcher, who is on his second torned calf in two seasons and out for 4 months, and Javi Martinez, who hasn't really developed since I started the game dispite the fact that I play him in almost every game, in Ball Winning Midfielder terms and possibly Boc to Box as well.
#41205 Pavko21 : In my game De Gea is the best in the world ... on a regular basis Man of the match.
Cleverly is missing in tackling, marking and the other defensive attributes which make your midfield kind of easy to beat.
And yes "suffering" was a bit exaggerated :) sorry
Show me his attributes page.
#41205 Pavko21 : In my game De Gea is the best in the world ... on a regular basis Man of the match.
Cleverly is missing in tackling, marking and the other defensive attributes which make your midfield kind of easy to beat.
And yes "suffering" was a bit exaggerated :) sorry

Don't get me wrong, on his day he is great but he seems to always be beaten on 1-1 situations. I really rate him as a GK and he is still very young (for a GK) so there is still plenty of time for him to develop.

Also I know that Cleverley is not that good defensively put my objective is to play attacking and possession football which he is perfect for.
#41212 Ory1997 : #41205 Pavko21 :
In my game De Gea is the best in the world ... on a regular basis Man of the match.
Cleverly is missing in tackling, marking and the other defensive attributes which make your midfield kind of easy to beat.
And yes "suffering" was a bit exaggerated :) sorry

Show me his attributes page.

I am updating this on a different computer then my save so I will post De Gea and Lorenzo Crisetig tomorrow.
FA Cup Semi Final – Arsenal - Wembley – 19.04.14

4-4-1-1
David De Gea, Rafael, Phil Jones, Nemanja Vidić, Jordi Alba, Nani, Tom Cleverley, Paul Pogba, Ashley Young, Mario Götze, Wayne Rooney
Suns Used – Chris Smalling, Javier Hernández

Nani sealed the win with a great strike in the opening 5 minutes of the match to set up a FA Cup Final.
Injury News – Smalling injured in training and will be out for 6 weeks.
League Game – West Brom A – 26.04.14

4-2-3-1
David De Gea, Rafael, Phil Jones, Nemanja Vidić, Jordi Alba, Tom Cleverley, Paul Pogba, Nani, Mario Götze, Eden Hazard, Javier Hernández
Subs Used – Mateo Kovačić, Ashley Young

Knowing that I needed to win to create enough of a gap between United’s title rivals I wanted my team to start well and they did when Hazard (who was returning from injury) scored a powerful effort into the top corner. West Brom then pulled one back and we were struggling to create chances as West Brom had basically shut up shop so I decided to replace Hernández with Rooney and in the 91st minute Götze slipped the ball into Rooney’s path and he curled it into the goal to give me a valuable win.
You seem to score so many goals from corners, what set-peice tactics do you use?
#41266 cammy1903 : You seem to score so many goals from corners, what set-peice tactics do you use?

I tell my corner taker to deliver it into the 6-yard box and I send one of my MC on the near post and then one of my CB to tackle the GK and the other on the far post. Seems to work well as over the three seasons r=that I have played my Cb seem to score around 20 goals per season (but you do need a good corner taker).
#41227 Godman : #41212 Ory1997 :
#41205 Pavko21 :
In my game De Gea is the best in the world ... on a regular basis Man of the match.
Cleverly is missing in tackling, marking and the other defensive attributes which make your midfield kind of easy to beat.
And yes "suffering" was a bit exaggerated :) sorry

Show me his attributes page.


I am updating this on a different computer then my save so I will post De Gea and Lorenzo Crisetig tomorrow.



Transfer News - Adnan Januzaj has returned from his loan spell at Leeds were he made 14 appearances scoring 1 goal and making 9 assists. He also won the Young Player Of The Month award as well for April.
League Game – Chelsea H – 03.05.14

I went into this game knowing that a win would guarantee the title but my first though was not to lose the match as I only needed 3 points form my last 3 league games. Therefore I went for my 4-5-1 formation.

4-5-1
David De Gea, Rafael, Phil Jones, Nemanja Vidić, Jordi Alba, Paul Pogba, Darren Fletcher, Anderson, Ashley Young, Eden Hazard, Wayne Rooney
Subs Used – Jonny Evans, Tom Cleverley, Mario Götze

The game started well as David Luiz scored an own goal after just 8 minutes. Pogba then doubled the lead just after half time with a very good finish. Then an error at the back by John Terry allowed Rooney to get in and he scored the third and final goal.

I was very happy with my team and of the performance in this game. Pogba got the MOM and was a beast in the centre of the park. Overall my whole squad played well but two key performers over the season were Pogba and Cleverley. It just shows what you can do if you give youth a chance. So this season my mighty young squad (average age is only 24) has won the UEFA Super Cup, FIFA Club World Cup, League Cup and now the League. I hope to add the FA Cup as well.
League Game – Tottenham A – 07.05.14

With the FA Cup Final my next game against Blackburn I decided to rest all of the players that would start the final so my staring 11 against Spurs is weak.

4-4-2
Anders Lindegaard, Kyle Walker, Shaheen Hughes, Jonny Evans, Kristian Davies, Adnan Januzaj, Jack Rodwell, Anderson, Jack Barmby, Danny Welbeck, Federico Macheda
Subs Used - Sam Johnstone, Luke Gill

Lost 4-0 to a good Tottenham side. Lindegaard got sent off as well for bringing down Defoe who scored a hat-trick.

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