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  1. #51

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    "Wer'e putting the band back together"

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    For those of you who have missed it, here's the livestream from our first session last Monday!

    Still in pre-season, did roughly 3 hours over 1 month in game with everyone looking to strengthen their squads.




    Next session is planned tonight at 8 PM UK time so hopefully some more action and a few games already
    Go check out my YouTube channel with lots of CM 01-02 related video's!

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    And here's installment #2:





    Finished pre-season and play the first 6 or so games of the season. Decent start for most, but Morten is already in a tight spot after a few losses.

    Next livestream will be Wednesday June 3rd at 8 pm UK time!
    Go check out my YouTube channel with lots of CM 01-02 related video's!

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    Been a slow-burner this, but slowly and surely, we sneak a session in here and there.

    As you may/may not be aware, this has become a 5 man game, but never the less, we decided to continue playing the game, as season 2 is off and running. After Pepe and his Man Utd scraped into the Champions League, his job is no longer 'very insecure' whilst Morten's Spurs have been very active in the market, with them becoming very much as strong as they come, but the start hes had has been appalling. Andy's Newcastle - not the start he wanted, and certianly, last night, not the session he wanted, as it was a tough day at the office. Asa and his Arsenal have been steady so far, after missing CL football last season. For me and Chelsea, not making CL was a bigg loss, an even bigger issue was the Europa League Play Off Matches (Intertoto) so several games - however, perfect start so far after some real decent buys in my allocation of 6, but the pre arranged deal of Ziech has to be a game changer.

    Might be a while before the next update, but season 2 is firmly going, with Everton now run by AI and still a force, and Wolves & Leicester also pose a threat

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    Did you have a drop out?!?!?


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    Few issues, but nothing major that prevented the game going on, running along nice, and gives that something to look forward to on a weekly basis

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    Season 2 really cracking on, with moneybags Spurs not having had the start they want despite the multiple superstars that arrived. Newcastle have had a tough start too, but for Chelsea, its a decent start sitting pretty. Man Utd and Arsenal both have had decent starts, as they shared the spoils in their game, which was the first biggest of the season

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    Did you have a drop out?!?!?

    Just a difference of an opinion about someone tweaking someone elses tactic, making it better and not mentioning it, or something like that, very strange, but more crazy is that it wasn't even on this specific network game, it was a different one, but hey ho

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    Been a while since I done an update on this, in fact, too long. Athough only been playing a session a week for a couple of hours, tonight we concluded season 3, so to recap prior

    Season 2, AI Everton won the title on goal difference on the last day of the season winning 7-1, and edging it, ahead of my Chelsea and Liverpool in 3rd, all 3 of us, bang on points, but that 7-1 win for the toffees swung it. Meanwhile, Man Utd made it into 4th for CL Qualification, whilst Arsenal finished 6th for a Europa Cup spot, and Newcastle, an increasing finish in 10th. For Spurs, it was a poor season, finishing 7th, but.... making amends, and saving their season, they claimed the CL to re-enter the following season

    Season 3, Newcastle finished 10th for the 2nd succesive season, with a bette points tally. Man Utd finished 4th for a 3rd year running, but they also won the CL, so no qualifying games for them. Spurs won the FA Cup over Newcastle, despite 2 red cards, despite this, the Magpies will or should, go into the Europa Cup, after Spurs won the league, 5 points ahead of Chelsea, who finish 2nd for the 2nd year on the bounce. Arsenal for the 3rd successive year, finished outside the top, so once agaim, theres no CL next season, however, winning the Europa Cup will be welcomed

    Questions now surface -

    Will Morten stay at Spurs, having won it all? Will Spurs get out of the red, although expected with prize money etc... but more so, as the squad gets even stronger, will or can they be stopped next season

    Is it time for a top 6 finish for Newcastle? as Andy steadies the ship, hes been quoted as saying "look out top 4" so big expectations at St James Park

    Surely its gotta be a top 4 finish for Arsenal, as 3 seasons pass, still no entry into the elite competition, an aging Ronaldo is due to arrive, along with others, but is it enough

    Chelsea need to buy well, but more so, need to raise their final league position, by 1, anything less without a trophy, is unacceptable

    Man Utd, newly crowned champions of Europe, but it has to be an assalt on the Premiership surely? although they will contest the Super Cup (and Club World Cup I think) against a rival human manager, it has to be the domestic league on the agenda as priority

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