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  1. He will save his job next week up against a team with no forwards.
  2. Lindelofs error for the goal is unforgivable. Great to see Jose lose. He's become somewhat of an irritant in the last week.
  3. Very harsh to be losing.
  4. We should be winning this. Townsend has been excellent.
  5. Cabaye lucky to be on the pitch.
  6. Glenn Murray is a footballing God.
  7. This is probably a case of Jose doing some background wumming.
  8. Who are you going to manage on FM18?

    I'm going to be Crystal Palace and approach with a crazy 3 at the back Dutch mentality with the following targets: - last longer than four games. - score in the first seven games. - win in the first eight games.
  9. September 2017 Member of the Month

    You must have searched long and hard to find a gif moment where Chelsea celebrated a victory against us @Stan Congrats Cicero - Goes without saying anybody who can win this twice in a row is going to be one of the first shouts for Member Of The Year.
  10. Aaroncpfc - Football Manager 2017

    Football Manager 2017 - The Conclusion Wales started off their World Cup qualifying campaign in strong fashion with a 3-2 comeback win against Ireland. This was met with two draws against Slovenia and Bosnia and four expected victories against Gibraltar and Latvia. However three final (and rather unexpected) defeats against Ireland, Bosnia and Slovenia cost Wales dearly and despite finishing on 16 points they still finished fourth in a group where the top four took points off each other. Following failure to qualify for the World Cup and a belief that the momentum from The European Qualifying Campaign was over, Aaron Cpfc was relieved from his duties from The Welsh FA. He received media criticism for relying too heavily on the elder players for the previously European Campaign who were not receiving first team football at their clubs. Many were interested to see what Aaron Cpfc's next career decision was going to be. Following his sacking as Wales Manager he did state that he was in no rush to make an immediate return to the game. He cited that a poor relationship with all club owners he had worked for other than Marcus Evans at Ipswich Town as the reason why he was not in a rush to return. He commenced punditry work for the next two and a half years. Relying on his experiences at Ipswich Town and Wales to land a role within the BBC for Premier League Matches and The European 2032 Tournament. Following Euro 2032 he made a surprise return as a Director Of Football at Cardiff City. He stayed at the club for approximately three and a half seasons. Cardiff City fans were hopeing for a restructure of the club to implement something similar that happened at Ipswich Town with a focus on young Welsh talent to help progress the club back in to The Premier League. However this was not the case and instead Aaron Cpfc oversaw three managerial changes, two relegations and a promotion in between. After the second relegation to League One he was relieved from his duties. Following his third unsuccesful spell at Cardiff City Aaron Cpfc began work in an advisory capacity in oil rich countries looking to develop football within their nations. He would occassionally be heard as a guest on sport shows and radio phone ins but from here on in his 'hands on' role in football was over from a managerial career that spanned over two decades.
  11. When i heard a fan had 'punched' a player i thought nothing more of if than the blokes going to be a backward pondlife specimen thats not worth a second thought. Whats surprised me more if people laughing and/or condoning his actions. I mean what the actual fuck? These are the same people that will be playing the victim card when in Russia next summer. No doubt the person involved will blame the government and everybody other than himself when he gets a knock at the door from social services in the future too.
  12. This is a big game for us. From now until boxing day the only team left we have to fear is Tottenham. Last week marked the unexpected start of a reinassance. The important thing now is we do not gift a potential bottom half rival this weekend three points as it will undo all our hard work last week. We're fortunate to be playing Newcastle at a time when the pressure is off because they've made a good start. It's imperative that if we don't win, we avoid a defeat.
  13. Week 9 Fixtures

    Friday 20th October, 2017 West Ham 1 vs 0 Brighton, 20.00 Saturday 21st October, 2017 Chelsea 2 vs 1 Watford, 12.30 Huddersfield 0 vs 2 Man Utd Man City 4 vs 0 Burnley Newcastle 1 vs 2 Crystal Palace Southampton 1 vs 1 West Brom, 17.30 Stoke 1 vs 1 Bournemouth Swansea 1 vs 0 Leicester Sunday 22nd October, 2017 Everton 0 vs 2 Arsenal, 13.30 Tottenham 1 vs 1 Liverpool, 16.00