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  1. Re: The German Bundesliga (Match Reports/Transfers etc) Rules for the fifth season of The German Bundesliga: PLEASE, READ AND KEEP! Rules: 1., No buying from unmanaged teams within the setup. 2., Transfers between managed clubs are not limited, but only fair deals are allowed. 3., Division one teams are allowed to buy three 90/90+ players from external clubs. 4., Division two and promoted teams are allowed to buy four 90/90+ players from external clubs. 5., Division one teams are allowed to transfer in totally 10 players from external clubs (does not mean 90+ or not!) 6., Division two teams are allowed to transfer in totally 14 players from external clubs (does not mean 90+ or not!) 7., You are allowed to transfer out 10 players in the season (trading out means transferring out too, but making someone to a free agent is not!). 8., Trading out players with rating 90 or above with external clubs is still not allowed. (if You want to sell rated 90 or above, transfer list him) 9., Every team has to keep their balance at positive value. Due to that SM removed the transfer reverse option, I ask everyone to KEEP THE RULES MORE CAREFULLY! So make it easy to follow: Div1 teams: Maximum 10 players in (3 of them can be 90/90+) from external clubs. Maximum 10 players out for external clubs. Div2 and promoted teams: Maximum 14 players in (4 of them can be 90/90+) from external clubs. Maximum 10 players out for external clubs. Important: These rules are valid from the first day of the season (the first day is always when You got the chairman cash, and when the schedule is ready and never when the last matchday is over! These rules are season long, from the first day to the last one! NOTE: Keep this rules in mind, if I feel that You have broken the rules, I will make the necessary movements immediately, without questioning! I wish good luck everyone with his club and hopefully all of these rules are accepted by everyone!
  2. Re: Raise Your Voice and vote Against Long Term Injuries I never said that we dont need injuries in this game. We definitely need injuries of course. What I'm saying is that there are too much of them, and the leasing times are way too long. Anyway, You have quite good ideas mate.
  3. Re: Raise Your Voice and vote Against Long Term Injuries Tbh I'm not against long term injuries, but injuries are happening too often. Yesterday, I got more injured players than matches I played! If injuries were often in real life like here, there would be no football matches. I think there are too many injuries here and too long injury times.. for example: a broken nose for 3 weeks??? What about special masks? And a broken nose why affects a player's fitness??
  4. Re: GC-9 Awards Thanks for the award(s) Shels, I like this very much, this season was great for me. I approciate the award and good luck to all managers for the next season!
  5. Re: Gold Championship 9 - Match reports / Transfers thread Bayern are crowned champions! Bayern fans celebrating After two silvers, Bayern aimed to win the German Bundesliga with 100 points. Second placed Hamburg are with 84 points, so Bayern were clearly champions a few weeks ago. The Bavarians got clearly the best attacking statistics with 133 scored goals, and 41 goals conceded, this means a shocking 92 goal difference! Just after winning the SMFA Champions Cup, Bayern won the Bundesliga, so they achieved their best season ever! "It's a very good feeling now! We showed Germany and showed the wolds that we are capable of winning huge titles! The SMFA and the Bundesliga title are two fantastic achievents, I'm very proud of my team!" said Mr HoW Podolski named as the best Lukas Podolski was simply the best player this season. He got the golden boot award with 40 goals and 30 assists, and with this, he grabbed the player of the season award too! "I've never thought that I can perform like this! I'm over the Moon, two fantastic team titles and two individual ones!" said Podolski Simply the best: Lukas Podolski Future at Bayern? "We can now sit back and relax a bit, but only for a few days, then we must think on the next season. I would like to bring a few players in, and make little changes around here, but I dont want to say anything sure at the moment! I'm opened for negotiations, but not promise anything!" said Mr HoW Fans favourite: Roy Makaay Roy Makaay arrived back to München during the season, and showed simply clever football again by scoring 8 goals in 9 matches, and also made 3 assists. "Its a great feeling. München is my home, and I knew this when I was far away from here. I'm very satisfied with my decision by coming back, I would like to retire from here!" said Makaay. Das Phantom, Roy Makaay Chairman praises the team "What can I say? Simply the best Bayern I've ever seen!" Focus on next season, stay on the ground "We had a terrific season, but we have to stay on the ground and have to be mentally focused on the next season. We'll try to continue our excellent run, but we must be careful. We respect all of our opponents, never underestimating them, this is a big key of our game!" said Mr HoW
  6. Re: German Changes As I saw, Jansen is sitting on the bench at HSV almost all the time, so I wont expect his rise. Friedrich is a starter, he will keep his rating definitely, leading Hertha's defence well.
  7. Re: Gold Championship 9 - Match reports / Transfers thread FC BAYERN'S WAY TO SMFA CHAMPIONS CUP FINAL The Group Stage: Group H, with Hibernian, Valencia and FC Porto Hibernian - Bayern München Bayern's first game was far from München, and they clearly dominated the match. Demy de Zeeuw opened with a great goal in the 7th minute, then newly signed Robbie Keane scored Bayern's second goal in the 31st minute. However, Hibrernian tryed to score goal, veteran Nikopolidis, and turkish Servet Cetin performed extremely well. Czech youngster Martin Fenin scored the final goal in the 89th minute, and made it 3-0, so Bayern won the first game easily. Bayern München - Valencia Bayern's second game was a harder task. On paper. Bavarian Giants were clearly demolished their tired and confused opponents at home ground. Menegazzo Fernando scored the opener in the 12th minute, then Marcell Jansen made it 2-0 in the 16th minute. In the 28th minute, argentinian defender Martin Demichelis scored and made it to 3-0. Then came Luka Modric in the 38th minute, and the half time score was 4-0. Robbie Keane continued his excellent run, and scored his second SMFA goal in the 60th minute, 5-0. Then the Czezh wonderkid, Martin Fenin scored in the 65th minute, and Menegazzo Fernando scored again in the 77 minute, 7-0, a real shocker for everyone. Martin Fenin used his tremendous skills and quickly scored another two in the 81st and the 82nd minute, achieved with this a hat-trick, and made it to 9-0. Valencia's Ricardo Quaresma scored a beauty in the 84th minute, and the final score was 9-1 with this. FC Porto - Bayern München Bayern's third game wasnt so easy as the home game was against Valencia. Porto's Markus Rosenberg showed some excellent skills, and scored quickly two goals, in the 11th and in the 31st minute, then Gökhan Inler was able to use fellow-countrymen Servet's fault and scored in the 44th minute, made it to 3-0 to Porto. The second half was a little bit better for Bayern, Demy de Zeeuw scored a goal in the 65th minute, trying to give back the hope for the team, but Porto's José Sand clearly killed german hopes with a goal in the 81st minute. Marcell Jansen was able to score in the 89th minute, and the final score was 4-2 with this, Bayern lost this match. After the critical loss Bayern München - Hibernian After the poruguese flop, Bayern had to win this game. Menegazzo Fernando opened in the 10th minute, then quickly Luka Modric made it 2-0 in the 11th minute. In the second half, Hibernian came back with a goal, scored by José Irenio in the 48th minute, but reborned and "signed back" fans favourite, Roy Makaay scored in the 49th minute, and then in the 63th, made it a convincing result. Late-score specialist, Marcell Jansen scored in the 85th minute, and Bayern won the game by 5-1. "Das Phantom" is back! Valencia - Bayern München Spanish giants really wanted to make revenge on Bayern, and wanted to stop them. Well, Salomon Kalou in the 11th minute, then Emiliano Moretti in the 48th minute simply turned off Bayern, and they lost by 2-0 away. Bayern München - FC Porto The final game of the group, Bayern had to get at least one point to qualify at home ground. Porto and Bayern were the favourites of the group, but none of the teams wanted to lose. Robbie Keane opened with a goal in the 7th minute, then Luka Modric made it to 2-0 in the 32nd minute. FC Porto's players woke up from their dream after losing Zambrotta (red carded) and José Sand scored in the 72nd minute, then Paolo Assuncao da Silva scored a late one in the 88th minute, made it to 2-2. This was the final score, Porto and Bayern qualified from the group. Celebrating the qualification The First Round: Empoli - Bayern München Bayern's first knock-out game was an easy game on paper, but Jacko's Empoli wanted to kill the paper form. Roy Makaay opened the match with a quick goal, scored in the 1st minute immediately, then Empoli tried to control the game, but failed to score.. But, in the 71st minute, Marcel Maltritz gave back the chance to Empoli! Nicola Pozzi was send off from Napoli, Demy de Zeeuw injured during the match, so a real tough game was it! After the final whistle, the sides were not able to decide, no goals at extra time too, so penalties had to decide. And Bayern won by 1-0(!) on penalties. Was very close! The Quarter Final: Deportivo La Coruna - Bayern München The spanish side opened the game better, Olivier Thomert scored in the 3rd minute. But Bayern was able to react fast, and Roy Makaay turned the match with two fast goals, in the 6th and the 7th minute. Depor's Marcelo Bordon made it 2-2 in the 29th minute, and the half time score was this. Something must happen, and Roy Makaay scored his hat trick in the 57th minute, but Depor never gave up, in the 73rd minute, Christophe Landrin made it to 3-3. Then came the real shocker, gifted Franck Ribéry scored in the 86th minute and the final score was 3-4 to Bayern, and the German side made it to the semis! Unstoppable Roy The Semi Final: Manchester United - Bayern München A real derby! Two teams with tradition, and Bayern played away game again. But, thanks to Robbie Keane, he felt himself at home and scored in the 1st minute, almost broken Makaay's record. Bayern tried to control the game and keep the lead, the teams were equal, but Menegazzo Fernando made it to 2-0 in the 84th minute, and Bayern was in the final with half leg. But Wayne Rooney in the 88th minute made the things interesting, but the Red Devils were not able to come back, and Bayern went into the Finals!! The FINAL: Celtic vs. Bayern München What a derby again! Shelbourne's Celtic tasted the victory of the SMFA Champions Cup, so they know how to win it! 90.000 fans at the Wembley, and a real battle between two giant teams, between two friends! Robbie Keane ran onto a through ball in the 26th minute and thumped it into the top corner, 0-1! Celtic's determination went up, and russian talent Alan Dzagoev finds himself in yards of space and he makes no mistake from 15 yards in the 29th minute, and made it to 1-1! None of the teams wanted to risk everything, so we saw clever attacks and well balanced game in the first half. Then lightning fast Franck Ribéry bursts into the box and lashes home from 15-yards in the 49th minute, and gave the trophy to his team with the winning goal, 1-2! The match was very clear, with only one yellow card. The celebration, FC Bayern won the SMFA Champions Cup!! "I'm over the Moon! Winning the SMFA Champions Cup is a fantastic feeling! I want to congratulate all of my players, not only the two goal scorers, everyone! We made a tremendous cup-run, and I'm very proud that I can give this troph to the fans. Celtic is a very strong side, this match was extremely balanced, but at the end, we can smile this time. I respect Shels very much, he is a fantastic manager and a fantastic man, and reaching the cup final again, thats an excellent performance. But now, please allow me to celebryte with my players!" said Mr HoW.
  8. Re: Mr HoW's BInternational Setup Yepp, two sides: Fenerbahce - Turkey and Uruguay Rangers - Scotland and Rep. of Ireland
  9. Re: Mr HoW's BInternational Setup You'll get Ivory and Ghana without this mate, no probs Btw yes, Bayern is the best.. for me. But this is offtopic, so finish this
  10. Re: Mr HoW's BInternational Setup Yepp, I'll offer the club to You.
  11. Re: Mr HoW's BInternational Setup As the things are state' date=' the following ones: [b']Fenerbahce - Turkey and Uruguay[/b] Juventus - Czech Republic and Egypt Rangers - Scotland and Rep. of Ireland
  12. Re: Mr HoW's BInternational Setup Yepp mate, for sure, come back Job offered
  13. Re: Mr HoW's BInternational Setup After two seasons over, the following sides are waiting for good managers: Arsenal - France and Ukraine Chelsea - Ivory Coast and Ghana Fenerbahce - Turkey and Uruguay Juventus - Czech Republic and Egypt Rangers - Scotland and Rep. of Ireland NOTE! Apply here in this topic, and not via PMs! And mostly: READ THE RULES! THESE TEAMS ARE NATIONAL TEAMS AND NOT "NORMAL CLUB" TEAMS!!!! I will not answer PMs regarding applications!
  14. Re: Mr HoW's BInternational Setup Okay mate, job offered
  15. Re: Mr HoW's BInternational Setup Managers with the knowledge of reading and they must be reliable.
  16. Re: Mr HoW's BInternational Setup Please confirm Your signing by writing down Your two nations (just to clear things) and then I'll offer the job.
  17. Re: Mr HoW's BInternational Setup After two seasons over, the following sides are waiting for good managers: Arsenal - France and Ukraine Chelsea - Ivory Coast and Ghana Fenerbahce - Turkey and Uruguay Juventus - Czech Republic and Egypt Rangers - Scotland and Rep. of Ireland Real Madrid - Netherland and Colombia NOTE! Apply here in this topic, and not via PMs! And mostly: READ THE RULES! THESE TEAMS ARE NATIONAL TEAMS AND NOT "NORMAL CLUB" TEAMS!!!! I will not answer PMs regarding applications!
  18. Re: Forumer Of The Year 2008 - 1st Round Group H - 24 Hour Vote (ET) Gazza, no doubt for me here.
  19. Re: International Management Thanks my friend, bolded out Your key sentences!
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