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  1. Re: ||English Championship 30494|| looked at the game stats for that good win, you dominated them so bad
  2. Re: ||English Championship 30494|| Another win for me with Blackburn sees me extend my unbeaten run to 6 out of 6 games played. A 2-1 win against a decent Derby County side saw Blackburn move up to second, just two points of Forest. Derby went 1-0 up before Llorente equalised before half time. The impressive loanee Januzaj continued his good form, with a goal to seal the win for blackburn. Next up is Brighton and Hove, who snapped up free agents Lampard and Eto'o. Hopefully the streak will stay alive!!!
  3. Re: ||--Size Matters--|| Put me down Just to make sure I've grasped this correctly, if I only have a 250 mill out of 300mill limit, and I spend 250mill, I can spend, for example, the 5 million I got from season tickets etc, but that 50mill must be intact? Also, I'm assuming the next season you can spend the rest of the money? E.G. the 50 mill from the above scenario? Are these the only rules then? No restrictions on player ratings etc?
  4. Re: English Championship 7046 Discussion Thread Damn it! That's two clubs I've missed now and I'm checking constantly Anyone who logs in often who will add me as a friend and invite me to manage a club when one frees up please? I use james campbell (Forum - Jimbles)
  5. Re: English Championship 7777 - Discussion Thread York City put in their best shift for the gaffer tonight, with clinical finishing from York City making the huge different tonight. York City scored in the first minute, before Kettering Town equalised. However, York City scored again before half time. Soon after the break it was 2-2, but fro then on York were the most clinical side, netting 4 more. The man of the match went to Ezekiel, who scored a brace and also set up two goals in the process, to get a perfect rating of 10 too. This led to Campbell stating this was one of the best display
  6. Re: English Championship 7046 Discussion Thread Sorry to be a pain guys, but any potential free teams soon?
  7. Re: ||English Championship 30494|| A 1-0 win see Blackburn keep their unbeaten streak alive, having won 4 and drew 1 in the last 5 games. The manager was hopeful of a win heading into this game, having noticed his squad had that slight edge over Millwall. The only goal came in the 33rd minute from Atsu, who also put in a stellar performance to win the MOTM award for the day. The on loan winger is proving vital thus far for Blackburn. Next up sees Blackburn host Derby County, in what will be a tough test against a squad that contains Klose, Lopez and Rafinha. The Blackburn gaffer is hopin
  8. Re: English Championship 7046 Discussion Thread Damn it just missed out on Stockport
  9. Re: English Championship 6952 - Discussion Thread Have many players in this GW? I'm thinking of joining a lower division team and try and bring them up
  10. Re: English Championship 7777 - Discussion Thread second game in charge saw York City draw to bottom of the table Exeter City 1-1. Should have been a 3 point game for me based on form, however kudos to Exeter City as they played well, and a draw was the fair outcome in an evenly contested game. Big injury for York City too Berahino is injured for 5/6 weeks, meaning he will miss about 12 games for us. Big blow, but hopefully we can push on and someone will step up to the plate
  11. Re: English Championship 7046 Discussion Thread anyone close to getting the sack here?
  12. Re: ||English Championship 30494|| A bore draw of 0-0 was the result tonight for Blackburn. In truth, Blackburn should have capitalized on the fact Burnley had a player sent off just before half-time, but just couldn't get that one goal. Behrami is out for 10 days now, having injured his shin during this game. We now face Bolton away in the next game, which will be our toughest test yet.
  13. Re: English Championship 7777 - Discussion Thread First game in charge for jimbles saw York City come away with the 3 points. Beforehand, there was worry as to whether the squad could adapt to the tactics that the new gaffer like to use, but it seems the team adapted just fine to it, at least for now, and only time will tell. The 2-1 win vs. a strong macclesfield team saw York City climb the table to 14th place, just 5 points outside of the play-off place, which shows just how competitive and open division 4 is this season. The game saw York City dominate possession, having 65% during the g
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