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The Industrial Revolution: Power to the People

Started on 27 November 2012 by Kiwi / First Post
Latest Reply on 31 December 2012 by Kiwi / Last Post
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We have qualified for next seasons Euro Cup, which I am hoping should bring in some prize money.....

And wingers Medina and Hudson have been selected in the Team of the Week substitutes.
Going strong my mystical friend, I'm loving this story! :D
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Glad to see you enjoying it Rookie - shouldn't you be asleep though?? :)

I'm loving how despite my best endeavours, I can't score more than two goals per match.

Equally, how now we have qualified for a European competition - granted it is the Euro Cup - all my transfer targets are still taking a pass.

And the finances are still up the creek.

Woe is me Rookie.... :P

2012-12-02 01:47#70456 The FM Rookie : Going strong my mystical friend, I'm loving this story! :D
I know the feeling. You'd be surprised though about the amount of quality players leaving Denmark and Norway every year, keep your eyes peeled. The prize money from the Europa League will help tremendously, more than you'd think!
I'll see whether the players feel the same after I have finished in the top three in the league, got my Europe ticket, and they have been released from their clubs.

That said, I'll need to organise many many friendlies during the off season and see whether that helps my bank balance any!!

2012-12-02 02:10#70463 I know the feeling. You'd be surprised though about the amount of quality players leaving Denmark and Norway every year, keep your eyes peeled. The prize money from the Europa League will help tremendously, more than you'd think!
And as luck may have it, there may well be a need to recruit a third goalie....

And now Medina has been caught up in the international programme....good for him, bad for us as he has been a very strong performer to date.

I love how you keep writing and writing without much screenshots. Your writing is enough to keep me engaged :)

Maybe you should make a story with an English team soon? I loved your Derby story :P

Keep it up, my fruity friend.
Nice Kiwi!!!
Qualified for the next Euro Cup!!!
Continue the European dream!!! :D
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Thank you Glenn...anyone who knows me will be able to tell you that I talk far too much, and I do act the fool a bit. I would hope that comes through in my writing. But I, like everyone need to evolve to ensure I am meeting the needs of my audience, so positive feedback is always appreciated.

I may go back to England at some point, but I wouldn't expect it to be for a while, after my experience with Derby (ie loved the managerial side, hated getting shafted by the Board), I am not in a hurry to go back!! For now, at least, I want to teach the readers about different leagues and the "unfashionable" leagues. I know, in the same breath, I have just qualified for a European comp! :P

The biggest challenge here is to get the team back in the black, as they are losing money quicker than a gambling addict at the Casino.....

2012-12-02 03:07#70481 Glenn T : I love how you keep writing and writing without much screenshots. Your writing is enough to keep me engaged :)

Maybe you should make a story with an English team soon? I loved your Derby story :P

Keep it up, my fruity friend.
Thanks Andrew, I think I may stay here another couple of years, by that stage I want to have won something in Europe, won the Czech League and hopefully got the team back into the profit situation with some halfway decent attendance figures.

One can dream anyway!

2012-12-02 03:21#70487 andrew98 : Nice Kiwi!!!
Qualified for the next Euro Cup!!!
Continue the European dream!!! :D
Congratulations on your 69th reply! ;)
I'm looking for the round hundred at this stage.....69 is a road marker on the way to greatness. LOL.

2012-12-02 03:42#70493 Glenn T : Congratulations on your 69th reply! ;)
If I can't find a suitable third keeper, one option open to me is to persevere with Planicka. Yes, he is thirty and he may have clubs wanting to sign him, but since Бранислав Боjaн has taken over, he has only leaked two goals, and we have sailed through - largely untroubled - to remain undefeated to this point.
It is a pleasure to manage staff of this calibre, especially when they tell me things like this!

Oh the irony, the luck of the draw. The likelihood of us sneaky a win, while the other two contenders settle for draws and we take the title is looking unlikely.

We are all playing on our home grounds, which lends itself to home town advantage and crowd support, and it looks like we may have the hardest of the three ties.



We will see how it pans out, and all we can hope to do is win, and win well. Everything else is not up to us.

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