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  1. Re: Chatroomer Of the Year 2008 - (Qualifying) Group 1 Daryl's vote has been added back on though seen as i voted for him Good luck Son
  2. Re: Why we love Soccer Saturday. Very good show i admit! All but video number 4 have been taken of of youtube though due to violation so i can't view the other 4
  3. Re: Chatroomer Of The Year 2008 - Qualifying Rounds Desc. Luke Coates - "Sky"
  4. Re: New English setup, joining stage! I'm in :)
  5. Re: Gold Championship 18 Discussions Thread Las Palmas for me! Any loans available?
  6. Re: looking for... Your best bet is to keep looking for English setups, they only have the big 4 in it then you can buy who you within your budget from foreign teams The English setups (depending on who makes them at what time) tend to be released at 10am, 12pm, 2pm, 4pm and 6pm so get looking
  7. Re: Rep reduction & accused of cheating by SM I think you might be best pm'ing Ste Gore about this Kylan! He may be able to take a look at it, i wouldn't get too worried if you haven't cheated, if you pm Ste he may be able to take a proper look at it when he gets a minute. Other than that i haven't a clue.. You sure you haven't cheated?
  8. Re: Mr Nice Guy's International Evolution I pm'ed you back Roll on the setup
  9. Re: Mr Nice Guy's International Evolution I won't be able to pick till about 10 o'clock tonight. That is if it gets to me by then anyway That ok?
  10. Re: Mr Nice Guy's International Evolution Hopefully i can see the outcome before i set off to work then (4.00pm)
  11. Re: maximum bid I don't know about this. In real life look how much Cristiano Ronaldo is (apparently) being bought for... something around £80 million. Surely on this game the maximum would be put at a lot less if per chance a team was ever unmanaged that had him in it? Anyway my point being there isn't a maximum amount clause for a player in real life so why should there be in a game that resembles real life stats etc? In real life football they have a mimimum release clause which is why SM have one on players too, (it is not called a mimimum release clause but it's the mimumum amount in which the chairman will accept for a player ) but a maximum transfer option i am against being honest. Now i don't know what SM think about it but i am against it. Sorry to pee on your fire however
  12. Re: Mr Nice Guy's International Evolution Well well well, how about that... the last spot filled Thanks mate
  13. Re: Mr Nice Guy's International Evolution I'm 100% with Darshan on this mate, if there's spaces available, and they need filling up, then i'm just your man for a space I'll keep my eye on this thread and the progress of the setup from now on!
  14. Re: Gerrard Vs Ronaldinho (read before voting) I agree with Neller tbh! Gerrard, i love, being he is a Liverpool player (the best Liverpool player). Gerrard is in better form but if Ronaldinho was playing at full level of his ability then he would exceed Gerrard at football along with just about every other footballer in the world. Whether he gets back on form when or if he moves clubs is another question?
  15. Re: John Terry I very much doubt it, i mean don't get me wrong but 95 is a very high rating, especially for a defender. IMO he has been exceeded this last season by the likes of Rio Ferdinand, he is lower than him in rating so if anybody would be likely to go up it would be Ferdinand over Terry. Anyway this thread isn't about Rio, it's about Terry so i won't get too carried away Terry is a great defender, but i doubt his rating will go up as he hasn't done anything spectacular over a course of a number of games. He hasn't been involved at International level alot either so he defo won't get a raise i'm afraid. His rating will stay put for the time being mate..
  16. Re: Battle of Prestige Official thread Barcelona Results... Arsenal 1 - 1 BARCELONA The match between Anthony and Luke finished all square here at the Emirates Stadium. Wouldn't say it was the best game witnessed but as the 2 big guns collided, none of the players on either side could find that all important winning goal. In a boring first half, surely only the seond half could improve? And it did, only a minute into it when Ronaldinho got the visitors heads in front with a debatable goal that could have been disallowed for offside, but Canadian ref George Buckley overuled the linesmans decision and let the goal stand. Arsenal came back though as Robin Van Persie smacked the ball past the despairing keeper from a poor clearance by Marquez resulted in the equallising goal! And that's how it all ended in London on a night which Barcelona should have scored a hatful if it wasn't for their poor finishing. Lukes side managed to have a total of 18 shots in the game whereas Arsenal had a mere 5 chances. Luke said after the game, "Of course anybody who went to London to play a difficult side such as Arsenal is always going to be happy not to lose the game, but the frustrating thing was we should have put the game to bed in the first half, althought you win some, you lose some, or for me and Anthony, you draw some too! I am nevertheless happy with the point apart from the fact Gabriel Milito picked up a knock and has bruised ribs, the physio says he is not expected back till July 22nd." Valencia 1 - 2 BARCELONA Next up for Lukes Barca was another trip away from home, this time not as far as they travelled to the Mestalla to play Matt Jenkins Valencia. With a total of 54,000 fans watching the game, it didn't dissapoint for the paying away fans as Barcelona ran out 2-1 winners in a clash of the titans match up. It was Lionel Messi that put the visitors in the lead thanks to a spectacular long range effort that screamed into the top right corner leaving Hilderbrand with no chance. But 4 minutes later Barcelonas chances of securing their lead took a massive blow as the deadlock breaker Lionel Messi stupidely picked up a second yellow card for time wasting It seemed the sending off got to Barcas heads as Valencia equallised through Marko Pantelic in the 40th minute. But it seemed Barca had their heads screwed back on after the kick up the backside as just a minute later Carles Puyols header crashed into the back of the net to restore their lead thanks to a wonderful cross from Clarence Seedorf. And the match stayed how it was all the way through the second half with both sides creating little chances leaving the hosts to rue the chance to equalise on home soil. Barcelona ran out with the 3 points in the end and stay 3rd behind Lyon with maximum points at the top, and Madrid in 2nd only goal difference seperating them from Barca! Tune in soon for the result beween Barcelona and Atletico Madrid...
  17. Re: Chatroomer Of The Year 2008 - Qualifying Rounds Desc. I've just like read through the whole of this for the last 20 minutes haha. I like how i'm still seeded Tom =) Would just like to say good look to everyone participating in this event! Tom's put alot of hard work into this so far and will do so in rounding up all the results etc so for the people who know who they are for slagging this off, bow your heads in shame!! Chatroomer for life
  18. Re: Battle of Prestige Official thread Barcelona 2 - 1 Internazionale Luke's Barcelona got off to the perfect start the other night after a great performance against forum rival Lee Bradbury! In a difficult match against 2 of the world's finest clubs, it was the Spanish side that prevailed thanks to a fine second half comeback after going a goal down through Zlatin Ibrahimovic(38), goals coming from Lionel Messi(59) and Samuel Eto'o(79) to cap off the fine comeback for Barca. The result leaves the Spaniards in 8th place, outside all the other teams that picked up the win on goal difference, but Luke says he is just happy to have got the win against Inter as he saw his first game opponents as a very difficult side to bring points away from. Luke said, "We achieved the win, it's 3 points for me and for the chatroom eliteeee I am a happy guy right now and will be looking forward to the match with Arsenal in a few days time"
  19. Re: Battle of Prestige Official thread Barcelona manager Luke Coates made 1 last alteration to his squad before the game with Bardburys Internazionale tomorrow night. Jerome Boateng joined Barca in the early hours of this morning for a fee of £1.1M & Presas Oleguer & José Manuel Pinto from Hamburger SV. Luke says the young startlet won't feature in the first team line up but is a great addition to the squad for the long run! P.S...Chatroomers are the best
  20. Re: Battle of Prestige Official thread Barcelona News, Day 3... New manager Luke Coates has been very active in the transfer window thus far, especially through the early hours of this morning, capturing the signature of 6 new players... Those are: Silvano RAGGIO GARIBALDI £10k Genoa Salvatore CATURANO £10k Empoli Ramos CÁSSIO £550k PSV Macauley CHRISANTUS £750k Hamburger SV Andrea DOSSENA £10.0M & Mendes SYLVINHO Udinese Goran PANDEV £20.0M Lazio Luke also sold a few players in a part exchange deal. Yaya Toure went to Chelsea for a fee of £6 million plus Claude Makelele, who has said to be over the moon to now be playing for the Spanish giants. The other transfer out was Seydou Keita who went for a total of £0 million plus Mark Van Bommel and Vinicius Breno. Both players were said to be ecstatic at moving the opposite direction to Barcelona Luke had this to say, "I have made some very good signings, all thanks to the money i was given by the Chairman at the start of the season, i am almost spent up so i doubt i will be making anymore additions to the team just yet.." Tune in for more news from the Camp Nou shortly!
  21. Re: Battle of Prestige Official thread New Manager at the helm of Barcelona New manager Luke Coates stepped into the Camp Nou yesterday and was "thrilled to be a part of such a great team with such a great squad to work with". With a budget of around £34.4 million to spend Barca look set to be in great stead for the division 2 title this season, or at least promotion to division 1. No more than a couple of minutes of Luke being manager there was a transfer bid from Munt's Milan of £5 million plus Flamini and Seedorf for Thierry Henry. The deal proved to be an exciting one for the Barca manager having accepted it with the deal now gone through. Luke also clinched the signing of ex Lokamotiv Moskva striker Roman Pavlyuchenko for a fee of around £11 million plus Sergio Ezquerro with the Russian said to be thrilled with a move to such a well known club. Luke is also thrilled with the signing but is said to have sent the player on loan to gain a bit more experience with Paul Thames Bristol City. Other players on loan are Bojan Krkic to Werder Bremen and Eider Gudjohnsen clinching a loan deal at VFB Stuttgart. ---------------------------- More news from Barcelona to follow shortly ...
  22. Re: the movie thread I also can't wait for Hancock! Looks brilliant
  23. Re: the movie thread Yeh Indie films are ones you have to watch with surround sound or at the cinema to get the full quality, i guess that's why it weren't as good. Thanks for clearing up about the Harold & Kumar film though, i'm definately going to go see it sooner or later
  24. Re: BIG Striker Dilemma Well if it was me that got a deal like that i would accept it without a doubt, especially if you need some desperate cover at the back. Cordoba is a great defender and ha a rating of 94, so it wil be difficult to get another defender like that in a deal like this manager is presenting to you. On top of that, £10 million plus another striker who is the same rating as Villa isn't bad at all so if i were you i would accept this. There would have been a time where i would have said no don't do this deal, but since then Villa has decreased in rating and hasn't really been performing consistently, hence the reason he got a decrease. Yes, he's younger than Mutu but i don't really see Villa getting much more of an increase even if he ever does get an increase again. To sum things up i'd accept if i were in your position
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