Tottenham - The Special Project

LAboog4
847 posts Semi-Pro
edited October 18
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I started a Tottenham career pretty late in FIFA 20 and never finished my goal of winning a major trophy for Spurs. Now that they have Bale, the club seems like a fun team to play with so I wanted to start over and see if I can complete my goal of winning something.

Some graphics will be very similar to my ones last year. I will give updates of other leagues but mostly focus on the Premier League.

Playing on Legendary with OS sliders. 10-minute halves and will be doing the quick sim option from time to time.

I'm going to be controlling this career as the club, not the manager. So if results are poor, we might see a manager change in future years.
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  • LAboog4
    847 posts Semi-Pro
    Current squad to start 2020/21 season

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  • Chris
    5530 posts Big Money Move
    Goodluck! Bringing success to Spurs is always a fun career mode to do :)
  • LAboog4
    847 posts Semi-Pro
    edited October 18
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  • LAboog4
    847 posts Semi-Pro
    edited October 18
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    LONDON - Spurs start the season with a convincing win over their London rivals. Gareth Bale kicked off his return to Tottenham with a goal in the opening ten minutes. Matt Doherty lofted a high cross into the six-yard box from the right corner, Bale was left unmarked for the open header.

    Bale contributed to the second goal of the match when he was brought down dribbling past Ben Chilwell. Harry Kane put the penalty into the top corner to double the lead before the half.

    Tottenham eased off in the second half holding onto the lead. Chelsea's best chance came from Timo Werner who hit the post on a shot from outside the box in the 76th minute.

    Other notable results this week, Liverpool, Arsenal, Leicester, Man City, Man United, and Wolves all won. Everton lost to Brighton 4 goals to 1.

    Next for Spurs is Leicester City at home
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  • Chris
    5530 posts Big Money Move
    Was it 1-0 or 2-0 haha? Good result regardless
  • LAboog4
    847 posts Semi-Pro
    Chris wrote: ยป
    Was it 1-0 or 2-0 haha? Good result regardless

    haha 2-0..I updated it.

    I was surprised how slow Chelsea was in the build-up, they were happy to pass it around the back a few times before moving forward which helped me since Werner is way too fast for my CB's.
  • LAboog4
    847 posts Semi-Pro
    edited October 18
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    LONDON - An early goal was all Leicester City needed to take the three points at Tottenham. Giovanni Lo Celso lost possession at the edge of the Leicester box, a quick pass to midfield where Jamie Vardy was waiting was all it took to catch Spurs out. Vardy ran at Davison Sanchez making him commit before passing to Harvey Barnes who beat Hugo Lloris one on one.

    The Tottenham attack was held all game with Kane, Bale, or Son not having a shot on target.

    The Foxe's stay unbeaten to start the year as Spurs have won one and lost one. Next for Tottenham is an away trip to Sheffield United.

    Other results: Man United beat Man City 2-1. Arsenal remain perfect winning over Brighton, Liverpool squeak out a 3-2 over Newcastle, Chelsea get their first point with a draw at Wolves and Everton finished 2-2 against Sheffield United.
  • LAboog4
    847 posts Semi-Pro
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    SHEFFIELD - Gareth Bale continues his good start for Tottenham with another early goal, this time coming from a through ball by Dele Alli that Bale chased down and connected the first time with his left foot to score. Harry Kane added a second to double the lead right before the half.

    Sheffield United pulled one back on a corner play that Davison Sanchez completely lost his marker but a minute later Kane made it a two-goal lead again to kill any hope of the comeback.

    Spurs move up to 5th place with the win, Sheffield stay in 19th place with only 1 point through 3 games.

    Manchester United remain perfect beating Leeds 2-3, Liverpool and Leicester City are the only other teams who have won all three matches. Arsenal dropped their first game of the year losing 2-1 to Everton.
  • Ashy
    12241 posts Has That Special Something
    What a start to the season beating Chelsea at the Bridge, what an opening fixture. Then loss than followed was disappointing, Leicester can cause this sort of upset though it was important for you to bounce back and beat Sheffield Utd which can be a tough place to go. Loving the graphics and all the info you are showing, the team sheet, stats etc. Good luck as hard as it is to say that coming from a Gooner
  • Wyojasond
    15063 posts World Class
    Solid start to the season, even with the slip up at Leicester. Really appreciate the in depth graphics ๐Ÿ˜Ž
  • Chris
    5530 posts Big Money Move
    Disappointing vs Leicester but they are a wild card, sometimes they're world class and sometimes their dog ๐Ÿ’โ€โ™‚๏ธ
  • LAboog4
    847 posts Semi-Pro
    Ashy wrote: ยป
    What a start to the season beating Chelsea at the Bridge, what an opening fixture. Then loss than followed was disappointing, Leicester can cause this sort of upset though it was important for you to bounce back and beat Sheffield Utd which can be a tough place to go. Loving the graphics and all the info you are showing, the team sheet, stats etc. Good luck as hard as it is to say that coming from a Gooner

    Chelsea actually seemed easier than Leicester for some reason. I like to think it is taking the players longer to settle in so that is why breaking them down was easier... Thank you for the graphics compliment.
    Solid start to the season, even with the slip up at Leicester. Really appreciate the in depth graphics ๐Ÿ˜Ž

    Thank you, I find the details make the game more enjoyable for me so I am glad others like them too.
    Chris wrote: ยป
    Disappointing vs Leicester but they are a wild card, sometimes they're world class and sometimes their dog ๐Ÿ’โ€โ™‚๏ธ

    I think FIFA has them down perfect this year (at least when I played them) they had everyone in the box defending but Vardy which made crosses impossible.
  • LAboog4
    847 posts Semi-Pro
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    Wolverhampton - Tottenham hold off Wolves to end the first month of the season on a high note. Harry Kane stole the spotlight with three goals in the first half, all scored by his head. Wolves struggled all night to defend crosses and Spurs took advantage of it.

    The home side mounted a comeback in the second half when Adama Traore scored to make it 3-2. Tottenham was caught on a Highline during a set-piece and Traore was able to find room in the box to score. Eric Dier ended the comeback bid with a lucky goal on a corner play. The ball hit a Wolves defender then the back of Dier before going into the net.

    After 4 matches, Spurs are in 4th place with 9 points. Two teams remain perfect, Liverpool and Leicester City are both 4-0-0.

    Other results this week: Chelsea continue to struggle losing at Crystal Palace, Lampard's side are in 14th place with 4 points. West Ham handed Manchester United their first defeat, Liverpool made easy work of city rivals Everton 3-1 and Arsenal drew against Sheffield United 2-2.
  • Ashy
    12241 posts Has That Special Something
    Lots of headers :D Big win away at Wolves for you, interesting you playing Dier as a CB with 4 at the back. Chelsea really struggling it seems, but with you currently in the top 4 all is well. Keep it up
  • LAboog4
    847 posts Semi-Pro
    Ashy wrote: ยป
    Lots of headers :D Big win away at Wolves for you, interesting you playing Dier as a CB with 4 at the back. Chelsea really struggling it seems, but with you currently in the top 4 all is well. Keep it up

    I'm not sure what to do with Dier yet, I have been rotating him with Alderweireld to pair them with Sanchez. Dier and Alderwiereld are too slow to play together it seems but I might try pairing them with Sanchez and Tanganga who are faster and see how that works.

    I was thinking of playing 3-4-3 but then I have to sit a midfielder and with Lo Celso, Hojbjerg, Ndombele, Dele I am already struggling to play them all enough.
  • LAboog4
    847 posts Semi-Pro
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  • LAboog4
    847 posts Semi-Pro
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    LONDON - The first game back from the International break ends in dramatic style as Tottenham win it with a penalty in the final minute. Southampton matched Spurs the whole game, looking like the better side for most of the second half but a questionable handball call went Tottenham's way and Harry Kane converted from the spot, after having one saved earlier in the match, to give Tottenham the three points.

    The call is part of the new handball rule that has taken over the Premier League. Kane took a shot from the edge of the box and it was deflected by a Southampton defender only a yard away. Michael Oliver ruled it intentional and gave Spurs the penalty.

    More drama around the league with Arsenal playing a 2-0 halftime lead to lose to Liverpool, Firminio had a second-half hat-trick. Man City scored late to beat Newcastle 2-1, Wolves lost against this time to Sheffield United, Leicester stay hot beating Crystal Palace 3-2 and Chelsea drew against Manchester United 1-1.

    Next for Tottenham is the first Europa League match of the year against LASK in London.
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