An Ashy Story

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Ashy
9774 posts League Winner
edited September 2016
Previous Career Mode Stories Over The Years

FIFA 13 - Arsenal - The Dennis Bergkamp Era - http://forum.ea.com/uk/posts/list/2440621.page
FIFA 13 - Napoli 2013/14 - Life under Benitez - http://forum.ea.com/uk/posts/list/2528772.page
FIFA 14 - Fifa World Cup 2014 - http://forum.ea.com/uk/posts/list/2874415.page
FIFA 15 - Arsenal - Future ■ Forever ■ Victorious - http://forum.ea.com/uk/posts/list/2929966.page
FIFA 16 - Euro 2016 - An Interactive Tournament -http://fifaforums.easports.com/en/discussion/160603/euro-2016-an-interactive-tournament/p1

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  • Ashy
    9774 posts League Winner
    edited March 2016
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  • Ashy
    9774 posts League Winner
    edited October 2015
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    Jose Cruz - CAM - Spain - Rating: 63 - An Exciting Prospect
    Manuel Pierazzi - CM - France - Rating: 61- An Exciting Prospect

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  • Ashy
    9774 posts League Winner
    edited October 2015
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    Summer Window

    Transfers in (£13,900,000)
    Petr Čech (Chelsea) - £10,900,000
    Jeff Reine Adélaïde (RC Lens) - £3,000,000

    Transfers out (£1,800,000)
    Lukas Podolski - (Galatasaray) - £1,800,000
    Abou Diaby - Released

    Loans out
    Wojciech Szczęsny - Roma
    Carl Jenkinson - West Ham
    Serge Gnabry - West Brom
    Yaya Sanogo - Ajax
    Chuba Akpom - Hull City
    Isaac Hayden - Hull City
    Wellington Silva - Bolton
    Ainsley Maitland-Niles - Ipswich Town
    Jon Toral - Birmingham City
    Emiliano Martínez - Wolves
    Daniel Crowley - Barnsley

    Winter Window

    Transfers in (£39,000,000)
    Nabil Fekir (Lyon) - Swap deal with Giroud
    Antoine Griezmann (Atletico Madrid) - £39,000,000

    Transfers out (£0,000,000)
    Olivier Giroud (Lyon) - Swap deal with Fekir

    Loans out
    Krystian Bielik - Ipswich Town
    Daniel Crowley - Exeter City
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  • Ashy
    9774 posts League Winner
    edited October 2015
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    4-0 Arsenal v Chelsea (FA Community Shield)
    1-0 Arsenal v West Ham
    0-1 Crystal Palace v Arsenal
    0-2 Arsenal v Liverpool
    0-0 Newcastle v Arsenal
    1-0 Arsenal v Stoke City
    0-1 Club Brugge v Arsenal (Champions League)
    0-1 Chelsea v Arsenal
    1-3 Scunthorpe Utd v Arsenal (Capital One Cup)
    1-1 Leicester City v Arsenal
    3-1 Arsenal v Olympiacos FC (Champions League)
    1-1 Arsenal v Man Utd
    0-1 Watford v Arsenal
    0-3 Bayern Munich v Arsenal (Champions League)
    0-1 Arsenal v Everton
    1-2 Reading v Arsenal (Capital One Cup)
    2-0 Swansea City v Arsenal
    1-0 Arsenal v Club Brugge (Champions League)
    3-2 Arsenal v Tottenham
    1-3 West Brom v Arsenal
    3-1 Arsenal v Bayern Munich (Champions League)
    0-2 Norwich City v Arsenal
    1-2 Arsenal v Sunderland
    1-3 Olympiacos FC v Arsenal (Champions League)
    2-2 Aston Villa v Arsenal
    2-2 (4-2 pens) Arsenal v Leicester City (Capital One Cup)
    0-1 Arsenal v Man City
    0-4 Southampton v Arsenal
    0-0 Arsenal v Bournemouth

    1-2 Leeds Utd v Arsenal (Emirates FA Cup)
    3-0 Arsenal v Newcastle
    0-3 Liverpool v Arsenal
    2-0 Arsenal v Burnley (Capital One Cup 1st leg)
    1-2 Cardiff City v Arsenal (Emirates FA Cup)
    1-1 Arsenal v Burnley (Capital One Cup 2nd leg)
    0-1 Stoke City v Arsenal
    1-0 Arsenal v Southampton
    1-2 Bournemouth v Arsenal
    2-0 Arsenal v Chelsea
    1-0 West Brom v Arsenal (Emirates FA Cup)
    2-1 Real Madrid v Arsenal (Champions League)
    1-0 Tottenham v Arsenal
    0-0 Arsenal v Leicester City
    0-2 Man Utd v Arsenal (Capital One Cup)
    1-0 Arsenal v Swansea City
    2-2 Arsenal v Real Madrid (Champions League)
    0-0 Man Utd v Arsenal
    0-2 Everton v Arsenal
    2-2 Arsenal v Watford
    1-1 West Ham v Arsenal
    2-0 Arsenal v Crystal Palace
    2-1 Arsenal v West Brom
    0-1 Arsenal v West Brom Sunderland v Arsenal
    0-0 Arsenal v Norwich City
    1-1 Man City v Arsenal
    0-1 Arsenal v Aston Villa

    34/56 (wins/games) Win Ratio: 60.7%
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  • Ashy
    9774 posts League Winner
    edited September 2015
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    If you want to sponsor a player throughout the season then this is your chance, everyone is available to pick and it will only last for the current season, it is first come first served and if the player is sold you can pick someone else, the points will be calculated in a similar way to Fantasy football.

    Click below to show how the points will be calculated, I have done this in the past and have adjusted the points, so from picking a player in any position from defender to striker, you have just as good of a chance to gain as much points as any player.
    • For each goal scored by a goalkeeper or defender = 6 points
    • For each goal scored by a midfielder = 5 points
    • For each goal scored by a forward = 4 points
    • For each goal assist = 3 points
    • For a clean sheet by a goalkeeper or defender = 4 points
    • For a clean sheet by a defensive midfielder = 2 points
    • For a clean sheet by a midfielder = 1 point
    • For every 2 goals conceded by a goalkeeper or defender = -1 point
    • For each yellow card = -1 point
    • For each red card = -3 points
    • For each own goal = -2 points
    • Bonus points for best players on the pitch by match rating = 1-3 points
      - Tie for second best rated player, player 1 = 3 points, players 2 & 3 = 2 points
      - Tie for third best rated player, player 1 = 3 points, player 2 = 2 points, players 3 & 4 = 1 point

      *Goalkeeper only gets bonus points when he is MOTM*

    Mesut Ozil - IAmLikingFlame
    Alexis Sanchez - Chris
    Jack Wilshere - dannyboy
    Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain - Sokker14
    Petr Cech - Boeruh
    Laurent Koscielny - LaMertesackerRun
    Theo Walcott - Ahmer50x
    Santi Cazorla - Wyojasond
    Hector Bellerin - Zz CLUBLEY zZ
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  • Ashy
    9774 posts League Winner
    edited September 2015
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    Arsenal have made their first move in the transfer window early this summer, before the window has even opened Arsene Wenger snaps up French wonderkid Jeff Reine-Adelaide from Ligue 2 side Lens, scouts have been watching the attacking midfielder for some time now and Arsene Wenger has lots of praise for the 17-year-old, "He is a very talented player and will fit right into our set-up here at Arsenal, I have a lot of faith in the player and I think he will make a big impact this season".

    In other news:
    • After many many injuries Arsenal have finally released Abou Diaby as Marseille look to sign him up for free.
    • Yaya Sanogo has been sent out to Ajax for a season long loan in hope to get some European experience before returning to Arsenal next year.
  • IAmLikingFlame
    3875 posts National Call-Up
    Good luck with this one. I have to say, yours are always one of my favourite CMs. I don't doubt for a second that this one will also be excellent
    excellent.
  • LaMertesackerRun
    6214 posts Big Money Move
    Good luck. Excellent team choice. You planning on using any youngsters?
  • Ashy
    9774 posts League Winner
    Good luck with this one. I have to say, yours are always one of my favourite CMs. I don't doubt for a second that this one will also be excellent
    excellent.
    Thanks, I'm hoping this one will be the best I've done to date, cannot wait to get started.
    Good luck. Excellent team choice. You planning on using any youngsters?
    Thanks, apart from the usual team I want to get Bielik, Iwobi and Jeff involved, waiting to hear about the potentials though.
  • Ashy
    9774 posts League Winner
    edited September 2015
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    Lukas Podolski finalised his £1.8M move to Turkey after spending the second half of last season on loan to Inter Milan, having lost his place in the Arsenal first team.

    Arsene Wenger commented on the transfer saying, "It was important for Lukas to leave this summer, he needs games and is a talented player and we cannot give him what he wants here, the problem is that he plays in a position that is congested, especially when we have players like Sanchez, Walcott, Chamberlain and Welbeck, I think he will find happiness at Galatasaray".

    In other news:
    • Arsenal confirm Chuba Akpom will join Hull City on loan this season in a bid to get first team football and prove his worth to Arsene Wenger.
    • Carl Jenkinson will have a second season on loan at West Ham, with an impressive season from Hector Bellerin last year and the return of Debuchy there is no room for Jenkinson to get a look in, he will need a big season this year.
  • IAmLikingFlame
    3875 posts National Call-Up
    edited September 2015
    Ah, Podolski. Did you see him fall flat on his face this week? Priceless.
  • Chow
    2525 posts Fans' Favourite
    Good to see you're back with another CM Story. :)
  • Zz CLUBLEY zZ
    359 posts Sunday League Hero
    Good luck. Unreal graphics
  • Ashy
    9774 posts League Winner
    Ah, Podolski. Did you see him fall flat on his face this week? Priceless.
    Yeah not a good moment for him :D Glad we cashed in on him to be honest
    Chow wrote: »
    Good to see you're back with another CM Story. :)
    Thanks, hoping to do many seasons with Arsenal, depending how the manager offers are I might end up at a different club at some point though we will see...
    Good luck. Unreal graphics
    Thanks, worked on them a lot :)

  • Ashy
    9774 posts League Winner
    edited September 2015
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    In what could the the signing on the season, Arsenal land Chelsea's very own Petr Cech, a fee said to be just under £11M has been agreed by both clubs and Arsene Wenger will make the Czech goalkeeper his number one. Arsene Wenger commented saying, "He is a fantastic goalkeeper, a Premier League legend and one of the greats. I think we need that experience at the back and hopefully Petr can win just as much here at Arsenal too".

    Petr Cech will wear the number 33 shirt and could play his first competitive game against his former club Chelsea for the Community Shield at Wembley.

    In other news:
    • With Cech coming in, Szczesny departs, Serie A side Roma have come in for him and will take the Polish goalkeeper on loan for the season. Roma are said to be very happy to get a goalkeeper of Szczesny's talent on loan and could make him their number one.
    • Serge Gnabry will be loaned out to Premier League side West Brom, with lots of players ahead of him in that right wing position such as Walcott and Chamberlain, Gnabry asked to be loaned out for the season. Arsene Wenger admires the potential this player has and has convinced Gnabry to join a Premier League side this season, the question is can he succeed at West Brom?
  • Nem
    5901 posts Big Money Move
    Looks good
  • Chris
    5401 posts Big Money Move
    Good luck pal, lovely graphics you've got
  • LaMertesackerRun
    6214 posts Big Money Move
    Great updates so far, as always sublime graphics.
  • SAFCDavid
    45 posts Last Pick at the Park
    Class graphics mate, hope you'll be in the market for a striker when the game comes out. We've got Steven Fletcher gathering dust if you want him
  • Ashy
    9774 posts League Winner
    Thanks everyone, unfortunately I won't be after Fletcher, not quite Arsenal quality :D Since I am turning off the 1st transfer window I will have a ton of money for January so I might go for a striker then, since EA have yet to add in players being cup tied a good striker could come in handy for the later stages of the Champions League. Two positions I'm looking at are Striker/Def Mid though.
  • SAFCDavid
    45 posts Last Pick at the Park
    Ashy wrote: »
    Thanks everyone, unfortunately I won't be after Fletcher, not quite Arsenal quality :D Since I am turning off the 1st transfer window I will have a ton of money for January so I might go for a striker then, since EA have yet to add in players being cup tied a good striker could come in handy for the later stages of the Champions League. Two positions I'm looking at are Striker/Def Mid though.

    Yeah, the Fletcher thing was just a joke, although we're probably at the point where we'd pay other teams to take him off our hands
  • Chris
    5401 posts Big Money Move
    Steven Fletcher >
  • Sokker14
    4247 posts National Call-Up
    edited September 2015
    The graphics are excellent. Good luck, I'll definitely follow this story . I hope you keep it realistic :)
  • Zz CLUBLEY zZ
    359 posts Sunday League Hero
    Yer I've got like £69m in my Liverpool career mode thanks to pre season tournament and 60% money boost. Guessing you'll have maybe £5m or so more then that. Should be an entertaining January window for you.
  • Ashy
    9774 posts League Winner
    I will be keeping it as realistic as possible, doing things I think Wenger would do apart from maybe not spend during the transfer market :D

    Yea I'll probably have around 75-80M I think, not sure how the money rolls over to the next season would rather spend it than waste it
  • Ashy
    9774 posts League Winner
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    1st - Manchester City have spent the most this summer with a massive £150M spent on the likes of Raheem Sterling, Nicolás Otamendi and Kevin De Bruyne, adding depth and freshening up in all key positions on the pitch. They have a squad that will without a doubt challenge for the Premier League and I have them edging Chelsea just because it is hard to win it back to back and City will come at this season more hungry than ever.
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    2nd - Chelsea spent over £60M this summer on several players such as Begovic, Baba Rahman, Pedro and Kenedy, but have they really strengthened their squad that much? Begovic comes in for Cech which many will say is a downgrade, Baba adds depth to the full-back position, as does Kenedy for the attack, the only player that really adds something special is Pedro. I feel Chelsea missed a good opportunity here to dominate the Premier League and that could cost them the title this year, it will be close but City edge them.
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    3rd - Arsenal spent a little over £10M and taking Jeff Reine Adelaide to one side they have failed to bring in a outfield player for their senior team, a major blow for the Gunners and another season failing to win the Premier League looks certain. Petr Cech will add them a good few points but he alone cannot push them to a title challenge they need a bit more upfront and depth to cover key players if needed. Wenger will need to open his chequebook in the winter window and hope the Gunners are still in the title race at that point.
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    4th - Man Utd spent big again over £100M purchasing players Depay, Darmian, Schweinsteiger, Schneiderlin and Martial. All will be key players and will play a big part in their top 4 push, the loss of Di Maria on paper is big but he failed to impress at Manchester and it was for the best. With that said I still think Man Utd lack the right amount of quality players that is needed to win a title they will be close as will Arsenal but fail to deliver once again.
  • Ahmer50x
    18304 posts World Class
    Good preview ;)
  • Ashy
    9774 posts League Winner
    Thanks, I will be doing 4 teams a day working my way down the table until release
  • Ashy
    9774 posts League Winner
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    5th - Liverpool have spent over £65M this summer bringing in Gomez, Milner, Ings, Roberto Firmino, Clyne and Benteke, while losing Gerrard and Sterling. Both will be a big loss for Liverpool however they have brought in some quality players and have not made the same mistake as last year, spending a chunk of cash on quantity rather than quality. Clyne and Gomez are young and add pace to the full-back positions, Firmino adds creativeness to midfield and having Benteke leading the line will cause defenders all sorts of problems.
    However I don't think they will end in the top four because the teams above them are too strong and they know what it takes season after season to finish there, Benteke will need to have an amazing season if they are to challenge.
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    6th - Everton have spent just over £20M bringing in the likes of Cleverly, Deulofeu, Lennon and Funes Mori. None of these stand out too much but add depth to an already strong squad. After finishing in the bottom half last season you may be surprised I have predicted Everton to finish 6th. I just have that feeling they are going to come back strong, no European football means they can focus on their league games, they have a strong back four which every team needs, a quality upcoming player in Barkley and a powerhouse goalscorer Lukaku upfront.
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    7th - Tottenham's spending this summer was just under £50M, a lot for a team that has failed to reach the Champions League for some time now, however the sales of Soldado, Stambouli, Lennon, Chiriches, Capoue and Paulinho bring that total spend down. Spurs brought in a couple of key players, Alderweireld and Son Heung-min, and add depth with Wimmer, Trippier and N'Jie. But you look at their squad and like Liverpool, Everton and teams around them they just lack that quality to challenge for the top four, for these teams to have a good go they will need a good manager with the right tactics and good team spirit fighting for every point, Tottenham lack this. Unless Kane has another brilliant season you won't see Spurs anywhere near the top unfortunately.
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    8th - Swansea finished here last season and its the same again this year I think, spending under £10M on Andre Ayew, Tabanou and Eder doesn't scream of excitement, however I think getting Ayew on the free is brilliant business. Swansea like Everton have a strong squad and will keep up with the likes of Liverpool and Tottenham come the end of the season, a strong defence, pace on the wings, a goalscorer in Gomis upfront and with a player like Gylfi Sigurðsson creating the chances Swansea will see themselves competing for those Europa League places.
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