Season 7 - The Wolves Return - June - Qatar 2022 World Cup - The Final & The End

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Greenman019
2745 posts Fans' Favourite
edited July 2016
((First time trying this, so expect a few hiccups ;) Would appreciate some feedback.

About a month into my career mode so got some catching up to do. I've started with the most recent squads, so my team already has people like Shelvey and Townsend in. Wondering if I should factor them in with my transfers or not.))


Club Info
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Name : Newcastle United F.C
Nickname : The Magpies
Founded : 9th December 1892.
Stadium : St. James Park

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Season Summary - 2015/16

Current Squad -

1. Tim Krul (GK)
2. Fabricio Coloccini (Captain)
3. Paul Dummett
4. Jack Colback
5. Georginio Wijnaldum
6. Ashley Williams
7. Moussa Sissoko
8. Vurnon Anita
9. Papiss Cisse
10. Siem de Jong
11. Yoan Gouffran
12. Jonjo Shelvey
13. Charlie Austin
17. Jamaal Lascelles
18. Rolando Aarons
19. Ayoze Perez
20. Chancel Mbemba
21. Massadio Haidara
22. Florian Thauvin (LOANED OUT)
23. Rob Elliot (GK)
24. Daryl Janmaat
25. Henri Saivet
27. Andros Townsend
28. Karl Darlow (GK)
29. Steven Taylor
31. Emmanuel Riviere
35. Curtis Good
38. Ivan Toney
43. Freddie Woodman
44. Jamie Sterry
45. Kevin Mbabu
47. Aleksandar Mitrovic
49. Daniel Barlaser

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Season Summary - 2016/17

Current Squad - (* Indicates January Transfer Window Signing)

1. Jack Butland (GK)
2. Daryl Janmaat
3. Kieran Gibbs
4. Jonjo Shelvey
5. Phil Jones
6. Ashley Williams
7. Andros Townsend
8. Siem De Jong
9. Charlie Austin
10. Georginio Wijnaldum
11. Wilfried Zaha
12. Dele Alli
14. Jamaal Lascelles (LOANED OUT)
16. Paul Dummett
17. Rolando Aarons
18. Saido Berahino
19. Chancel Mbemba
20. Massadio Haidara
21. Bertrand Traore
22. Rob Elliot (GK)
23. Florian Thauvin (LOANED OUT)
24. DeAndre Yedlin *
26. Henri Saivet
27. Sammy Ameobi
29. Karl Darlow (GK)
34. Gaël Bigirimana
36. Curtis Good
38. Ivan Toney
45. Jamie Sterry
48. Aleksandar Mitrovic
52. Daniel Barlaser (LOANED OUT)


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Starting Lineup - 2016/17

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Season Summary - 2017/18

Current Squad - (* Indicates January Transfer Window Signing)

1. Michel Vorm
2. Kyle Walker
3. Danny Rose
4. Toby Alderweireld
5. Jan Vertonghen
6. Nabil Bentaleb
7. Son Heung-min
8. Ryan Mason
9. Alexandre Lacazette
10. Harry Kane
11. Erik Lamela
12. Andros Townsend *
13. Fraser Forster
14. Seydou Doumbia *
15. Ousmane Dembélé *
18. Eric Dier
19. Kieran Trippier
20. Connor Ogilvie
21. Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain
22. Moussa Dembélé
23. Rémy Cabella
24. Federico Fazio
25. Nacer Chadli
26. Grant Ward
27. Alex Pritchard
28. Josh Onomah
29. B Stanek
30. Kevin Wimmer
31. Tom Carroll
32. Harry Winks
33. Wilfried Bony
34. Luke McGee
35. Hélder Costa
36. Ben Davies
37. Dele Alli
38. Maximilian Meyer *
40. Nathan Oduwa
41. Jacques Maghoma
45. Emmanuel Sonupe
53. Filip Lesniak
57. William Miller


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Starting Lineup - 2017/18

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Season Summary - 2018/19

Current Squad - (* Indicates January Transfer Window Signing)

1. Joe Hart
2. Kyle Walker
3. Danny Rose
4. Toby Alderweireld
5. Jan Vertonghen
6. Nabil Bentaleb
7. Son Heung-min
8. Ryan Mason
9. Alexandre Lacazette
10. Harry Kane
11. Erik Lamela
12. Andros Townsend
13. Fraser Forster
14. Seydou Doumbia
15. Ousmane Dembélé
16. Danilo Pereira
17. Luke Shaw
19. Eric Dier
20. Kieran Trippier
21. Connor Ogilvie
22. Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain
23. Moussa Dembélé
24. Rémy Cabella
25. Federico Fazio
26. Nacer Chadli
27. Grant Ward
28. Alex Pritchard
29. Josh Onomah
30. B Stanek
31. Kevin Wimmer
32. Tom Carroll
33. Harry Winks
34. Daniel Sturridge
36. Luke McGee
37. Hélder Costa
39. Dele Alli
40. Maximilian Meyer
42. Nathan Oduwa
43. Jacques Maghoma
47. Emmanuel Sonupe
55. Filip Lesniak
59. William Miller


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Starting Lineup - 2018/19


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Season Summary - 2021/22


Current Squad - (* Indicates January Transfer Window Signing)

1. Agustín Marchesín
2. Mario Pineida
3. Jeffrey Schlupp
4. Jack Price
5. Kortney Hause
6. Jamaal Lascelles
7. Jordan Graham
8. Conor Coady
9. Adam Armstrong
10. Tom Cleverley
11. Michał Żyro
12. Carl Ikeme
14. Danny Batth
15. Rajiv Van La Parra
16. James Henry
17. Nathan Byrne
18. Jean Deza
19. Claudio Beauvue
20. Àlvaro Marcano Sierra
21. Angelo Clowes
22. Ethan Ebanks-Landell
23. Matt Doherty
24. George Saville
25. Tommy Rowe
26. Bright Enobakhare
27. Björn Bergmann Sigurðarson
28. Sylvain Deslandes
29. Liam McAlinden
30. Zeli Ismail
31. Eusébio Bancessi
32. Paul Diamond
33. Jordan Taylor
34. Jed Wallace
35. Lee Evans
36. Dominic Ibehre


Honours :
Capital One Cup Winners - 2015/16 Season (Newcastle United)

FA Cup Winners - 2016/17 Season (Newcastle United)

Barclays Premier League Champions - 2016/17 Season (Newcastle United)

FA Cup Winners - 2017/18 Season (Tottenham)

Barclays Premier League Champions - 2018/19 Season (Tottenham)

UEFA Champions League Winners - 2018/19 Season (Tottenham)

Championship Play-Off Winner - 2020/2021 (Wolves)

World Cup winners - Qatar 2022 (England)
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Comments

  • Greenman019
    2745 posts Fans' Favourite
    edited February 2016
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    Forgot to add to OP:

    Difficulty : World Class
    Controls : Full Manual
    Half-Length : 10 Minutes
    Game Speed : Slow
    Sliders : Fifa 16 Operation Sports Community Sliders
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  • Greenman019
    2745 posts Fans' Favourite
    edited January 2016
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    Will be jumping straight into the league.

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  • IAmLikingFlame
    3875 posts National Call-Up
    Good luck.
  • Greenman019
    2745 posts Fans' Favourite
    Good luck.

    Cheers. Playing World Class on full manual controls. Finding it a lil difficult at the minute :)
  • Wyojasond
    12164 posts Has That Special Something
    Good luck man :)
  • ale85bg
    3558 posts National Call-Up
    Good luck.
    Cheers. Playing World Class on full manual controls. Finding it a lil difficult at the minute :)
    I feel your pain... I recently switched from Pro to World Class, on full manual, and I also find it pretty difficult.
    Don't give up though... Good luck!
  • Greenman019
    2745 posts Fans' Favourite
    edited January 2016
    August 2015
    Thought I'd catch up with my game, good chance to have a fiddle with some graphics.

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    Garry Monk's competitive debut was a disappointing defeat at the hands of Southampton. Newcastle never really looked like scoring a goal, with Tim Krul being called on a number of times to keep the scoreline looking fairly respectable. Southampton could have won by a much larger margin.


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    Newcastle put in a strong performance against their managers former club. Swansea dominated the opening half hour, with Ki Sung Yueng netting what was an excellent team goal. Swansea held the lead for only 7 minutes before Mitrovic, in for the injured Charlie Austin, headed the ball into the back of the net after a great cross from new signing Townsend.

    Newcastle were the better team in the second half. Former Swansea city man Shelvey looked to have won the game after finding the net in the 80th minute. Emnes had other ideas however, scoring Swansea's 2nd goal just four minutes later.


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    Charlie Austin scored within 10 minutes of his return from injury at Manchester United. The new signing latched onto a defence splitting pass by Jonjo Shelvey, and went on to beat De Gea at his near post.

    Manchester United were limited to a handful of chances in a superb defensive display from Ashley WIlliams and Fabricio Coloccini. The victory came at a cost for Newcastle, Saivet was taken off in the 61st minute with what looked like a serious leg injury.


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    Things started well for Newcastle in their game against Arsenal. Townsend cut inside from the wing, and was brought down in the box. Laurent Koscielny was lucky to escape with just a yellow card. Charlie Austin scored the resulting penalty in the 3rd minute.

    However, Arsenal quickly took control of the game. They were on top for the rest of the match. Tim Krul mishandled the ball in the 55th minute following an ambitious shot, allowing the ball to roll into his own net. Newcastle had a chance to win the game in the dying seconds of the game, but Townsend's resulting shot went just wide.
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  • Greenman019
    2745 posts Fans' Favourite
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    Will do next months game soonish hopefully.
  • Greenman019
    2745 posts Fans' Favourite
    September 2015 Pt. 1

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    Neither side impressed in a bore draw at Upton Park. At the end of the game, there had only been 2 shots on target. West Ham were gifted a chance to win the game in the 80th minute after Andy Carroll was brought down in the box by Janmaat, but Carroll's penalty was saved by Krul.

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    Newcastle United were dominant in their 3-1 victory over newly promoted Watford. Siem De Jong was the man pulling the strings in midfield, scoring a spectacular goal from outside the box in the 48th minute.

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    Watford looked like they were back in the game after Abdi made it 2-1, but some sloppy defending led to a penalty, which was easily dispatched by MOTM De Jong.

    Next up is the Capital One Cup, and we've been dealt a tough fixture, Manchester United.
  • Chris
    5401 posts Big Money Move
    Decent start to the season so far

    Try changing the background color of your score boxs to 'R: 247, G: 247, B: 247' it should then blend in with the background
  • Greenman019
    2745 posts Fans' Favourite
    edited January 2016
    Thanks for the tip Chris.

    September 2015 Pt. 2

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    Manchester United were knocked out of the Capital One cup by Newcastle this evening.

    Both sides rotated a number of players for the cup match. Newcastle in particular fielded only 2 players that had featured in their last match, Siem De Jong and Daryl Janmaat. Newcastle got off to a flying start with Mitrovic making it 1-0 in the 3rd minute from a corner. Their lead didn't last long however as Nick Powell capitalised on a horrendus back pass from Colback, latching onto the ball before dribbling past Rob Elliot and making it 1-1.

    The 3rd and ultimately decisive goal came from Siem De Jong. Scoring with a thunderous strike
    after picking up the ball on the edge of the box from a corner.

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    Newcastle United claimed a hard earned point against current league leaders Chelsea. Charlie Austins brace cancelled out goals from Oscar and Diego Costa. The home side had to cling on near the end of the game, as Chelsea looked the most likely to claim a winning goal.

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  • Wyojasond
    12164 posts Has That Special Something
    Nice win over Utd. Shame you couldn't drop Chelsea though. Just love seeing them get beat :D
  • Greenman019
    2745 posts Fans' Favourite
    Nice win over Utd. Shame you couldn't drop Chelsea though. Just love seeing them get beat :D

    Didn't even deserve a point tbh, not that I'm complaining ^^
  • IAmLikingFlame
    3875 posts National Call-Up
    Pretty good start, especially that win over United.
  • Ashy
    9977 posts Has That Special Something
    Horrible start against the Saints but since them you have been unbeaten and proved you can go toe to toe with the bigger teams, I suspect a very good season to come from Newcastle
  • Greenman019
    2745 posts Fans' Favourite
    edited February 2016
    Recently finished the next month of games. Considering bumping up difficulty to Legendary at the mo, AI doesn't seem to be coping. Maybe now I've said that though it'll be back with a vengeance :D
    October 2015


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    Man City wasted a host of chances against Newcastle. They managed 14 shots, with 8 on target. Tim Krul put in a good performance to only allow the one goal. At the other end, Newcastle were much more clinical, scoring 2 goals with 5 shots on target.

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    Newcastle edged out Norwich in a lacklustre encounter at St James Park. Aarons was the most lively man on the pitch, and he set up Janmaat for the only goal of the match.

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    Newcastle booked their place in the Capital One Cup quarter finals after a tense encounter with Tottenham. Both teams only managed to create a handful of chances, with Wijnaldums goal separating the sides.

    The remaining 8 teams in the cup are:
    Newcastle Sunderland Liverpool Crystal Palace Everton Leicester Chelsea and Arsenal.

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    Stoke City were outclassed by Newcastle as the snow fell down over St James Park. Austin and co. were simply too much for Stoke to handle.


    And new graphics:

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    Heavily inspired by Wyojasond's ones I must say :)


  • Enguin
    11165 posts Has That Special Something
    Win the game in hand and you're up into 2nd, quite the strong start.
  • Greenman019
    2745 posts Fans' Favourite
    edited February 2016
    Enguin wrote: »
    Win the game in hand and you're up into 2nd, quite the strong start.

    Ye. Will see if it lasts a bit longer before making a decision on difficulty. I guess I've had a lot of home games, and those definitely seem easier.
  • Wyojasond
    12164 posts Has That Special Something
    Absolutely crushing it right now. Like the new graphics ;)
  • Greenman019
    2745 posts Fans' Favourite
    Absolutely crushing it right now. Like the new graphics ;)

    Don't jinx it ^^

    Thanks. Loved yours so went the same website-style route. Just need better scoreboard ones now I think.
  • ale85bg
    3558 posts National Call-Up
    The table is very tight. Given your recent form oif results (by the way, congrats!) I believe you could also fight for a spot in European football. Keep it up!
  • braad
    511 posts Sunday League Hero
    Strong start, nice to see your graphics improve so quickly too. I'm not sure if it's just me but the goalscorers text could do with a change as it is a little hard to read.
  • Greenman019
    2745 posts Fans' Favourite
    braad wrote: »
    Strong start, nice to see your graphics improve so quickly too. I'm not sure if it's just me but the goalscorers text could do with a change as it is a little hard to read.

    Is that with the scoreboard/individual games or the website/top scorers one?
    Cheers.
  • braad
    511 posts Sunday League Hero
    braad wrote: »
    Strong start, nice to see your graphics improve so quickly too. I'm not sure if it's just me but the goalscorers text could do with a change as it is a little hard to read.

    Is that with the scoreboard/individual games or the website/top scorers one?
    Cheers.

    Sorry, it's for the individual games :)
  • Greenman019
    2745 posts Fans' Favourite
    Thanks braad. Let me know if these are better please :)
    November 2015 Pt. 1

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    Sunderland made Newcastle work hard for their victory in the Tyne & Wear derby. A superb strike from MOTM Townsend was the difference between the two sides.

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    Bournemouth should have beaten Newcastle at Dean Court. The Magpies were well below par, and were outclassed for most of the match. De Jong opened up the scoring against the run of play, but Newcastle didn't have another good chance for the rest of the game.

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    Leicester frustrated Newcastle with a resolute defensive display. Kasper Schmeichel was in excellent form, and for a time it looked like Leicester might win the game. It took Newcastle 56 minutes to find an equaliser, and the game ended 1-1.
  • braad
    511 posts Sunday League Hero
    Yeah that's easier to see :)
    Townsend seems to be putting in good performances for you. A couple of tight games but still picking up points!
  • Greenman019
    2745 posts Fans' Favourite
    Thanks for the feedback. Townsend has been doing well in every game pretty much so far.

    November Pt. 2 & December Pt. 1


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    Crystal Palace grabbed a late winner against Newcastle United. Crystal Palace led 2-0 at the break after a poor first half from the Magpies. Saivet scored to halve Palace's lead in his first start since returning from injury. Ashley Williams appeared to have grabbed a point for Newcastle, but substitute Adebayor grabbed a winner with the final kick of the game.

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    Shock relegation candidates Liverpool were taken apart by free-scoring Newcastle United. Liverpool have now lost 8 straight away games, with their home form being only slightly better. To say Jurgen Klopp is under pressure would be a massive understatement.

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    Newcastle United booked their place in the Semi-Final of the Capital One Cup, courtesy of a fine individual performance from Moussa Sissoko. Sunderland never quite got going in the match, and were beaten fairly easily.

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    Tim Krul put in a fantastic performance in order to keep 10 man Newcastle in the match against Aston Villa. The game seemed to be heading for a goalless draw, before Wijnaldum stepped up and scored a wonderful free kick.


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  • Wyojasond
    12164 posts Has That Special Something
    Look at that top 4 :D what the hell is going on with Liverpool :o
  • Greenman019
    2745 posts Fans' Favourite
    Look at that top 4 :D what the hell is going on with Liverpool :o

    I don't know, easiest game of the season so far :c
  • IAmLikingFlame
    3875 posts National Call-Up
    Brilliant form and you are really starting to be a force to be reckoned with.
    Look at that top 4 :D what the hell is going on with Liverpool :o

    You're almost as bad as you are in real life. :p
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