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Vauxhall Motors - The Path To Power

Bono in football? Follow his path to power!
Started on 5 March 2013 by Justice
Latest Reply on 28 July 2014 by Justice
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2013-05-11 01:01#99536 k1rups : Great start to life in league 1 and some good strong signings
Thanks :) I'm hoping that we can keep going on strong. :)
Amazing so far. If you can continue like that, you could push for a automatic promo spot!
2013-05-11 11:12#99604 Toon : Amazing so far. If you can continue like that, you could push for a automatic promo spot!
I'm going to stay as realistic as possible until after the new year, then I can judge my chances :)
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8 yearsEdited

Manchester United 2012-2017


Hey guys, this is my first team review of this story where I look back at he bigger clubs' progress over the last five years. I hope you enjoy! :)

2012-2013



Manchester United were crowned champions of England for a record 20th time. City rivals, Manchester City, finished in second and Chelsea finished in third. Wayne Rooney was Manchester United's top scorer, with an impressive tally of 25 goals in 43 appearances. They reached the Champions League final, where Real Madrid won by a goal to nil. They also reached the semi-finals of the Capital One Cup, where Man City were victors. They were knocked out by Spurs early on in the FA Cup.

Here were their transfers for that season:



2013-2014



Manchester United finished in fourth place, the first time they ever finished outside of the Top Three in the Barclays Premier League. It was also the first time since 1990 that Liverpool finished above them. They barely made the Top Four, with Norwich just one point behind them in fifth. Wayne Rooney was Man Utd's top scorer that season, with 16 goals in 45 appearances. Manchester United were knocked out of the Champions League in the First Knockout Round by CSKA Moscow, but they did reach the FA Cup final. However, Arsenal beat them on penalties. They were knocked out by QPR in the Capital One Cup third round.

Here were their transfers for that season:

(All transfers not shown were players released. Most notable was Ryan Giggs, who retired.)

*NOTE* Sir Alex Ferguson retired after this season, José Mourinho became the Man Utd manager.


2014-2015



Manchester United reclaimed the title this season. Manchester City finished in second, and Chelsea in third. Man Utd's top scorer that season was Danny Welbeck, who scored 18 goals in 39 appearances. They lifted the Champions League that season, after beating Liverpool after extra time in the final. They were knocked out of the FA Cup 6th round by QPR, and the Capital One Cup 3rd round by Norwich.

Here were their transfers for that season:

(All transfers not shown were players released. Most notable was Paul Scholes, who retired.)


2015-2016



Manchester United finished second in a league season where Man City were crowned champions, and Liverpool finished in third, just behind Man Utd on goal difference. Wayne Rooney was Man Utd's top scorer, with 20 goals in 52 appearances. They reached the Champions League semi-finals, where PSG beat them on aggregate. They were runners-up in the FA Cup, after losing to Spurs on penalties in the final. Leicester City knocked them out of the Capital One Cup sixth round.

Here were their transfers for that season:



2016-2017



Manchester United were crowned as champions of England once again, with Arsenal and Chelsea finishing in second and third respectively. Man Utd's top scorer was Eden Hazard, with 19 goals in 59 games. They won the Champions League, after beating Newcastle in the final. They also beat West Ham in the FA Cup final to secure a famous treble. West Brom did knock them out of the Capital One Cup fourth round, however.

Here were their transfers for that season:



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I hope you guys enjoyed that. I might do this every few months (in game) just to keep my ideas fresh. :)
Great update Justice :D! This is a great idea and the writing is awesome!
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I like this update, after all the really BIG ones (Barca, Arsenal, Chelsea etc.) Can you do Crawley?
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2013-05-11 18:31#99824 PaukerJ : Great update Justice :D! This is a great idea and the writing is awesome!
2013-05-11 19:01#99841 lolbaconboy : I like this update, after all the really BIG ones (Barca, Arsenal, Chelsea etc.) Can you do Crawley?
Thanks guys :) I'll definitely do Crawley some time! :P
I know they aren't a 'big' club, but could you do Newcastle? Like these updates.
2013-05-11 19:17#99855 Toon : I know they aren't a 'big' club, but could you do Newcastle? Like these updates.
They are next on my list, seeing as they somehow reached a Champions League final :P
Very nice idea and update :)
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2013-05-11 21:27#99927 Sonalexwild : Very nice idea and update :)
Thanks mate :)
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Great idea mixing up the story mate and the transfer merry go round is in full swing at United with Jose Mourinho in charge haha
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2013-05-11 22:46#99933 Justice96 :
2013-05-11 21:27#99927 Sonalexwild : Very nice idea and update :)
Thanks mate :)

You gave me my 100th thank m8!
So I will thank you for this comment :P
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2013-05-12 02:30#99972 k1rups : Great idea mixing up the story mate and the transfer merry go round is in full swing at United with Jose Mourinho in charge haha
Mourinho has too much money to spend, I wish he would give me some :P
2013-05-12 09:39#100091 Sonalexwild :
2013-05-11 22:46#99933 Justice96 :
2013-05-11 21:27#99927 Sonalexwild : Very nice idea and update :)
Thanks mate :)

You gave me my 100th thank m8!
So I will thank you for this comment :P
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