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The Chelsea Experience - An FM13 Story !

Started on 23 March 2013 by Chris_FM World
Latest Reply on 16 June 2013 by Chris_FM World
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Saturday 19.05.2012 - Munchen, Germany




Chelsea FC - Champions of Europe 2011/12


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For Chelsea, winning its first Champions League title ever, made Saturday the finest day in the club's history. But moving forward, it could have interesting implications for the team. And frankly, for the rest of the Premier League as well. Will it affect the transfer window? Will jobs be kept or lost over the result?

The most obvious result from Chelsea's win is that Tottenham is now pushed out of Champions League qualification. Despite finishing fourth in the league, Chelsea's victory gives them an automatic berth in next year's tournament. I guess you could consider the Spurs spurned in this case. As for Newcastle, they've lost their automatic bid to play in the Europa League, as Tottenham earned that right. Neither side can be very pleased with Chelsea's win yesterday.

And that brings us to the manager, Roberto Di Matteo ...

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After taking over a floundering Chelsea team from Andre Villas-Boas in February, Di Matteo turned the tide and made this team into a Champions League winner. That should count for something, like another season at the helm. Of course, the possibility remains that Di Matteo could actually remain as an interim skipper if Roman Abramovich has his eye on a bigger prize. We all know he has earned another season as manager, but does Roman Abramovich feel he is the right man to make the London club a top European Club as the likes of Real Madrid, AC Milan & Liverpool ???


Monday 21.05.2012 - London, England

Roman Abramovich announces changes at Chelsea FC


After yesterday's Champions League & FA Cup celebrations in London, Roberto was up the next day bright and early to discuss his future at the club he had just made history with. He was in Roman's office for a few hours but failed to convince the Russian billionaire owner to keep him on. Di Matteo was also wary of the high expectations that were to be put upon the man in charge after winning that Champions League trophy two nights before, and was happy to make way for his successor. After all he had just taken over a club that was going nowhere in the 2011/12 campaign and led them to a Domestic & European cup triumph. But not just any club, the club that he ended his career with, making 119 appearances in a six year period. He knows he will be always remembered this way, a great footballer, and a true legend now, after what he did in his short tenure as 'caretaker manager'. He leaves Stamford Bridge with his head held high, proud of what he has achieved, and will always be loved by the Chelsea fans, some of who still can't get their heads around what has just happened.

The New Chelsea Manager


In an official statement, later that afternoon, Chelsea FC announce that long time friend of the Abramovich family, Chris Borg will be the man to take the club through its next steps in becoming the best club in the world. Journalists and fans alike are shocked that the club have overlooked other experienced targets such as Fabio Capello, Guus Hiddink and especially Barcelona favourite Josep Guardiola. Although the new man has never managed a club professionally, it is rumoured that he had a legendary status on the simulation game FM12, and the board have full confidence that this is the right choice. Chris will be having his first first interview in a few days where he will discuss his aims, beliefs & most importantly, what he plans to do in his transfer window. This is currently a hot subject, and one of Chris' first jobs is going to be whether he will be able to convince Didier Drogba to stay after his contract runs out in a few weeks, that is, if he wants him to stay.


Monday 4.06.2012 - London, England

Chris Borg took his first interview today, in which he discussed several aspects of his new job. The fans will be pleased to know that he started off by promising Passion, Trophies & Football as his main objectives where he explained that he is going to make some very important signings in the coming days which will be the start of this new revolution. He also promised that he will be closely monitoring our Youths' development and ensuring they experience some first team football and will also be retaining most of the staff & players. John Terry & Frank Lampard where also present, as Chris explained how they will remain the captains and leaders of this new energetic & hungry team he is looking to build. The Chelsea fans seemed happy again, although in the back of their minds they still wanted an answer to the one question above all others, What about Didier Drogba? There was no mention of him in the interview but later on in that same week everyone was to know his destiny.


Good start Chris, and good luck :)

Season 1 : 2012/2013


Transfers In

Isco - Malaga 17M
Ross Barkley - Everton - 17M
Emre Can - Bayern Munich - 12M
Ademilson - Sao Paolo - 6M
Luke Shaw - Southampton - 3M
Adryan - Flamengo - 1M
Zakkaria Bakkali - PSV - 500k


Transfers Out

Ross Turnbull - Birmingham - 1M
You have no idea how much I loved the FM 12 version of this story, you should easily replicate that success!
2013-03-23 19:59#86852 TheFMBeast : You have no idea how much I loved the FM 12 version of this story, you should easily replicate that success!

Exactly what he said.
Cheers guys!! Going to rush through the first season as I have already played it and haven't got all the match reports !!
Chris_FM World's avatar Group Chris_FM World
9 yearsEdited
July/August 2012

Friendlies:

H - Chelsea Reserves 7-0
Daniel Sturridge
Ashley Cole
Frank Lampard
Fernando Torres
Ramires
Oscar

A - Chivas USA 3-2
David Luiz
Daniel Sturridge
Florent Malouda

A - Vancouver 2-0
Eden Hazard
Florent Malouda

A - Philadelphia 3-1
Ashley Cole
Juan Mata
Gary Cahill

A - LA Galaxy 1-1
Florent Malouda

H - Atletico Madrid 4-2
Juan Mata
Oscar
Own Goal


Premier League:

A - Stoke 1-0
Ramires

H - West Ham 0-1


Community Shield:

Manchester City 2-3
John Obi Mikel
Daniel Sturridge


European Super Cup:

Atletico Madrid 2-1
Eden Hazard
Ramires

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Chris_FM World's avatar Group Chris_FM World
9 yearsEdited
September - December 2012

Premier League:

A - Aston Villa 3-2
David Luiz
Oscar
Ashley Cole

H - Swansea 2-1
Ramires
Daniel Sturridge

H - Tottenham 2-1
Juan Mata

A - Newcastle 1-5
Isco

H - Fulham 4-1
Daniel Sturridge
Own Goal

H - Man City 2-2
Demba Ba
Oscar

A - Everton 2-5
Eden Hazard
Juan Mata

H - Southampton 2-0
Oscar
Daniel Sturridge

A - Reading 2-0
Daniel Sturridge

A - West Brom 1-2
Daniel Sturridge

H - Arsenal 2-1
Juan Mata
Branislav Ivanovic

A - Sunderland 1-0
Eden Hazard

H - Norwich 4-1
Juan Mata
Ramires

H - Man Utd 1-1
Cesar Azpilicueta

H - Liverpool 0-1

A - West Ham 1-1
David Luiz


UEFA Champions League - Group Stage:

A - BATE 5-0
David Luiz
Oscar
Eden Hazard
Juan Mata
Fernando Torres

H - Valencia 3-0
Fernando Torres
Ashley Cole
John Terry

H - Spartak Moscow 1-0
John Terry

A - Spartak Moscow 2-1
David Luiz
Eden Hazard

H - BATE 0-0

A - Valencia 4-2
Daniel Sturridge
Ashley Cole
Oscar


Capital One Cup:

A - Huddersfield 1-0
Fernando Torres

A - Aston Villa 1-3
Eden Hazard


Club World Championship:

Monterrey 2-0
Ashley Cole
Own Goal

Corinthians 0-1
Chris_FM World's avatar Group Chris_FM World
9 yearsEdited
January - March 2013

Premier League:

H - Stoke 2-0
Marko Marin
Ramires

A - Wigan 3-3
Marko Marin
Fernando Torres

H - Wigan 1-0
Isco

A - Swansea 4-1
Isco
Juan Mata
Fernando Torres

H - Aston Villa 5-0
Frank Lampard
John Terry
Branislav Ivanovic
Fernando Torres
Eden Hazard

A - QPR 3-2
Daniel Sturridge
Eden Hazard
Oscar

H - Newcastle 3-0
Ashley Cole
Florent Malouda
Fernando Torres

A - Tottenham 1-3
Fernando Torres

A - Man City 2-5
Juan Mata
Fernando Torres

A - Fulham 3-2
David Luiz
Cesar Azpilicueta

A - Southampton 1-0
Fernando Torres

H - Everton 4-1
Branislav Ivanovic
Marko Marin
Eden Hazard

H - Reading 4-1
Florent Malouda
Marko Marin
Isco


UEFA Champions League - Knockout Round:

A - AC Milan 3-4
Own Goal
Eden Hazard
Demba Ba

H - AC Milan 3-2
Gary Cahill
Fernando Torres
Eden Hazard


FA Cup:

H - Millwall 5-0
Fernando Torres
John Terry

A - Cardiff 2-0
John Terry
Ramires

A - Shrewsbury 5-0
Fernando Torres
Florent Malouda
Frank Lampard
Isco

A - Birmingham 5-0
Ashley Cole
Fernando Torres
Eden Hazard
Alot of very nice results so far, seems like you could be going for the FA Cup and the title? :)
Let's just wait and see :)
Going strong so far, keep it up :)
The majority of the results seem very positive. The defeat against Manchester City must have hurt though! Will continue to follow this with interest!
Brilliant to see this back :D
Good story, but your videos don't seem to work for me.

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