Indgy reacted to Like_A_Boas in Reality Check 2
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Must sign 1 player who plays for a Seria A side in real life or RC each season
Must start at least 3 italians each game
The board are fuming that you finished bottom. They demand that you get top 3 next season. They have bribed another division 2 side to sell you a 90 for 25m (22 and over)
Pirlo respects the club but does not want to spend his daylight years in division 2, get promoted or he wants out
Barzagli feels he had a complete nightmare at Juve. Release fee: 12m
Arturo Vidal hates you. Division 1 only, 25m
Budget: 30m + Sales
Must sign 1 92+ each season
Must start at least 2 English players each game
Roman Abramovich is devastated that his precious Chelsea have been relegated with the squad he has assembled. Your first 93+ will not be associated with your budget (Although you have a 0 budget, you can sign this player straight away as it isn't associated to the budget)
Erik Lamela feels surrounded by talent and it isn't good for his ego. Must start half of the games
John Terry has been found having relations including penetration with your wife. First team to offer 20m+ must be accepted
Lukaku wants first team football. Div2 and 3 release clause: 17m
Budget: 0m + Sales
Wilshere must not be sold
Must sign 1 French player a season
The club are happy with your performance and feel you were very unlucky to not get promoted. You have been provided with a bigger budget to get you there next time
Lukas Podolski got injured last season so feels you haven't proved whether he is the main man or not, Prove this is the case by starting him in at least 13 league games
Kieran Gibbs expects more than 1 appearance as he has England aspirations. Division 3 release clause: 12m
Budget: 50m + Sales
You must play a defender in the 80's in every single game
You must sign one South American a season
The club would like to see a star player come in to replace Cavani. Your first 91+ signing will not count towards your budget
Hamsik was the outstanding player of division 2 last season. Gain promotion or he will hand in a transfer request
Alex Pato has been laughed at in the street by several Napoli fans. Release clause to non Italian Club: 20m/COLOR]
Budget: 35m + Sales
Must sign 3 players who plays for a Bundesliga side in real life or RC each season
Must start at least 5 Germans each game
The board are pleased to appoint a manager as talented as you near the end of the season. They believe the previous manager has left you a brilliant foundation and would like promotion. You have an increased budget and both stagnant rules above are void for the coming season
Leighton Baines is not enjoying Germany but enjoys the success. Gain a play-off place or a quarter final in the cup to keep him happy
Castro doesn't feel comfortable with an English manager. Release clause to all non english managers: 17m/COLOR]
Budget: 30m + Sales
Must have a 91+ striker
Must start at least 3 South American's each game
The club feel you did incredibly well with the squad you had available to you. Bumper budget
Pedro accepts you made errors last season and hopes they're one offs. Unless he plays each league game he has 90+% fitness he will hand in a transfer request
No release clause
Budget: 60m + Sales
You must play Cabaye each league game he has 90+% fitness
You must sign one u21 87+ each season
The board are ecstatic that you got promoted and have agreed a deal for Nastasic. This will not come out of your budget. After his maverick season, the above stagnant rule has been changed.
Viktor Fischer is seen as the future of the club, avoid finishing bottom to keep him happy
No Red Rule
Budget: 35m + Sales
Must have the highest rated Scottish player at all times
Must have 4 players from the British isles in the line up
Are you some sort of maverick? The club have handed you the password to the bank account. However, they don't want to pay more than 21m for any player
All players are thrilled at your management
No Red rule
Indgy got a reaction from Hazr in The Underdog - Version.2 Discussions, M/R's Team and Losers of the turn
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Mattia De Sciglio [13.1m]
Marco Verratti [10.5m]
Daniel Carvajal [9.5m]
Marco Van Ginkel [8.5m]
Steven Caulker [7.5m]
Anthony Martial [350k]
Indgy reacted to StephenMUFC in The Underdog - Version.2 Discussions, M/R's Team and Losers of the turn
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Indgy reacted to Mr Noisy in Reality Check 2
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Reality Check - Team Of The Week - Matchday Five
Goalkeeper | Igor Akinfeev
He kept a clean sheet as Monaco beat Benfica 1-0.
Defender | Andrea Barzagli
Kept a clean sheet in Juventus brilliant away win.
Defender | Luis Felipe
Scored a goal in Atletico's 3-1 away win at PSG.
Defender | Jan Vertonghen
Was a leader at the back for Spurs with a impressive display.
Midfielder | Claudio Marchisio
Scored both goals for Juventus away at Manchester City.
Midfielder | Darren Fletcher
Scored Two goals as Celtic won 3-0.
Midfielder | Ilkay Gundogan
Instrumental performance from Gundogan with two goals in Dortmund's win.
Midfielder | Steven Gerrard
Back to back TOTW for Gerrard with the winner in Porto for Arsenal.
Forward | Andre Schurrle
Scored a goal and also assisted for Spurs in there 4-0 win in Milan.
Forward | Karim Benzema
Scored One goal and created Two more for Spurs.
*BENZEMA REALITY CHECK PLAYER OF THE WEEK*
Forward | Radamel Falcao
Scored the winning goal in El Classico.
Indgy reacted to Uëë_Tobias in Reality Check 2
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Transfer news update:
Zenit St. Petersburg is happy to announce that an agreement has been reached to sign three new players and another one has already left the Russian side:
(signed a 4-year deal with Bayern München)
After selling the italian to Bayern München, Zenit St. Petersburg reached very soon an agreement with VfL Wolfsburg to sign their talented, 20-year old Swiss left back,
(who will provide competition to Lulic in the left flank of the defence)
With the money coming from the Criscito transfer, Zenit St. Petersburg also reached and won the race with other clubs, for two talented, young forwards:
The Belgian international
(will try to prove himself as a left-winger)
and, the Russian international
(who will provide more attacking options for the manager)
Indgy reacted to BroodRoosterNL in Reality Check 2
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Early Season Review
We're four league games into the season, with only 14 to play clubs will have to be at their very best every single game. Every point earned matters, so lets see what has happened so far.
A big surprise at the top level as underdogs Borussia Dortmund are currently ahead with 10 points. The German club, who have recently lost a big name in Mario Gotze to their rival from Munchen, was mentioned by many critics as destined for relegation. Despite having great players in the likes of Marco Reus and Robert Lewandowski the club was expected to lack the depth to compete with the very top. But were the critics wrong! With four goals 24 year old Lewandowski is Dortmund's top man and under the guidance of experienced manager Matthew Webb the German club has been unbeaten so far while also still competing in the cup. We're just four games in, but Dortmund have shown to be an excellent team so far.
Meanwhile perhaps the biggest disappointment in Division 1 is the performance of the English. Represented by three clubs at the top level they're currently ranked 5th (Man Utd), 6th (Man City) and 7th (Chelsea) which will no doubt not be where the fans expected their clubs to be. This just shows you how tough the competition is even with superstars in your team.
Division 1 MVP: Robert Lewandowski
That money can get you wins is shown in Division 2 though as Paris Saint-Germain are currently the team to beat. The Noisy One has, just like Matthew, kept his team unbeaten so far while Cesc Fabregas has definately lived up to the expectations as he's scored four goals thusfar. After a disappointing pre-season the French really have picked up some pace and are making a strong case to push for promotion to the highest level.
At the bottom it is again a nation that is making their fans cry as both Italian clubs Napoli (7th) and Milan (8th) are at the bottom of Division 2. Despite a lot of transfer activity which has seen an increase of quality at both clubs it seems the chemistry just isn't there at the moment. Positive point for Napoli is the fact that Marek Hamsik has been able to score three goals but unfortunately also picked up a red card along the way. Both teams will be desperate to get some points as no one wants to get relegated.
Division 2 MVP: Cesc Fabregas
Currently leading Division 3 are Marseille and Celtic who have both won three and lost one game, the French come out on top based on goal difference as they've scored a massive 13 goals so far. Three of those came from Ever Banega who had a brilliant game against Shakhtar recently scoring three times and delivering two assists. Celtic have done a great job signing some quality players and making clever use of their allowed loans and last but not least are looking to secure their future as they've signed no less than 13 youth team players. The Scottish don't seem to have the individual stars other teams have, but what they lack in star power they make up for in team chemistry conceding the least amount of goals in Division 3 in the first four games.
SL Benfica has had an unfortunate start of their season as they have picked up just one point and recently got knocked out of the cup. Where there are winners there also have to be losers and despite their awesome manager the Portuguese are currently on the wrong end of the table. With Luisao and Salvio both having received a yellow card twice already it seems there's plenty of room for iAwesome to improve and hopefully turn around what has until now been a disappointing season.
Division 3 MVP: Mathieu Valbuena
A big transfer doesn't always mean you're a great player, from the top 5 mentioned earlier only Cesc Fabregas has been able to really excite the fans with four goals in four matches. Meanwhile Gareth Bale has been a starter for Madrid but has so far gotten only one assist, Lucas appeared on the field three times for Manchester United and like Bale just got the one assist, Stevan Jovetic played three games for Juventus and is yet to score a goal while Radamel Falcao hasn't played a single league game yet for FC Barcelona.