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  1. Hi guys this is a challenge that I have been thinking about for a while and finally fine tuned it. There is the possibility of a series so stay tuned The Challenge Francesco Totti, a living legend who is a significant example of a one-club man recently announced his retirement and I feel it is fitting that he gets to break at least 1 more record before his retirement. The goal of this save is to have Totti score 350 goals which is the next "50" goal milestone that Totti can achieve as he is currently on 307 goals. Your job is to help Totti score those 43 goals he needs. Bonus Break Silvio Piola's 63 year old goal scoring record of 274 Serie A goals using Totti. Totti currently sits on 250 goals in Serie A. The Rules For the 350 goal total, goals from all competitions count For the Serie A goal scoring record only goals scored in Serie A count All regular challenge rules (No IGE, Own Formation only, no reloading) Leaderboard Good Luck
  2. Germanic Europe Challenge I present you the third and final "break the current record" challenge of this series. For those familiar with the UK Challenge and the Latin Europe Challenge, you know the deal. Those who aren't, you'll find out right now. Unlike the first two "break the record" challenges this one only features 3 stages. This will give you a little more time to build your reputation as a manager and be able to land a job in the next stage. This challenge takes place in 3 Germanic-European countries. Objective: Break the current top goal scorer's record in each country. You must start at the country with the lowest goals record and move your way up to the highest goals record and break each record as you go. Once you break the record you may move on to the next stage of the challenge. While you're waiting to land a club in the next stage you're allowed to remain at your current club to improve your reputation and/or set an even higher record as many times as you want thus increasing your total score (combined highest records in all 3 stages). You may use any player you like and goals in all competitions (except ITN goals) count towards the total. If you manage to break the record (scoring more than the current total) in all 3 countries you will have scored at least a total of 166 goals in Germanic Europe and earned yourself a spot on the Germanic Europe Challenge Leaderboard. Let's have a look at the numbers your 3 strikers are going to need to crush.. Germanic Europe Goal Records Goodluck! The Challenge Rules Load the Germanic Europe leagues - Belgium, Holland and Germany - in any order. Start your challenge in Belgium and complete the Stages 1-3 in numeric order. Once you break the record in stage 1 you may move on to the next stage. Repeat a stage as many times as you want until a club in the next stage comes along. At NO point in the challenge are you allowed to move back a stage to break a previous set record. You may choose any top division team and pick any player/nationality you like, but MUST use a unique striker per stage. Main strikers MUST be real players. The rest of the team does not and may be fake players - regens/evogens. Goals in all competitions count except ITN goals. NO unlockables (unless earned during this challenge) and NO editors, reloading etc. allowed. As surely most of us have a Coaching Badge by now you are allowed to start with one. You must post a career with screenshots to be eligible for the leaderboard. Points: Combined highest goal records in all 3 countries. Germanic Europe Challenge Leaderboard 1. 210 gls - AndersJ - Link 2. 201 gls - Taff - Link 3. 4. 5.
  3. Tragedy-it's a part of life that just happens sometimes. You can either crumble under pressure, or rise up. For example, chapecoense A year ago, they lost most of their team to a plane crash, but they're currently in 4th place. Also, there was "Il grande Torino" in the 1940'sOne of the best teams of the decade lost their entire team in a plane crash in 1949. Life goes on after a tragedy, you just need to shape it for yourself. In this challenge, your entire first team and reserves died in a plane crash flying home from a game. Your goal is to continue short and long term success only using gray named players or players brought in from transfers. You can't sell your prior players, you must release, demote, or remove them from the game altogether. The objective is to win league despite the tragedy, and eventually continental qualification. Your score will be based off of your first five years as manager. Good luck to all those who participate! Scoring 75 points for a league title 100 points for euro cup victory 150 points for champions cup victory 50 points for any domestic cup victories within your country 25 points for Player of the year/young player of the year in country 10 points for manager of the year 100 points for world player of the year Leaderboard
  4. In 1929 Hungarian author Frigyes Karinthy suggested that any two people in the world could be connected via a chain of 5 or fewer 'acquaintances', leading to the now popularised term '6 Degrees of Separation'. This challenge will see you attempt to use a player's favoured club or person to create a chain of 6 FMM acquaintances. Your aim is to score 60 goals with each player before moving on to the next player in the chain. Here's an example: Player 1: Felipe Caicedo of Espanyol. His favoured person is Ever Banega of Inter so I move there and choose ... Player 2: Gianluca Caprari. His favoured club is Roma so I move their and choose ... Player 3: Iago Falque. Next up, Celta Vigo! Continue until you have used 6 players to score a total of 360 goals (a nice 'round' number to complement the theme). The rules: Usual rules apply - No IGE, no cheating, no unlockables unless earned during play etc. Yes to coaching badges. Only goals under your control. INT goals are allowed as long as you manage their national team too. You must move team after each player has scored their 60 goals however you can stay at the club as long as it takes to move to the next team. Any player from the new team is a viable candidate - the chain is created through the club the favoured player is at or by directly choosing the favoured club. Any player position is fine although obviously strikers will complete the 60 quicker. Screenshots as evidence are required but a career thread would be best. Let me know if you have any questions or spot any problems. Enjoy making friends!
  5. Canis Lupus Challenge Whats written in this post underneath, is stolen from @BatiGoal. credit goes to him for coming up with the main idea. I just needed challenge for fun. I present you the third and final.....A NEW IDEA... "break the current record" challenge of this series. For those familiar with the UK Challenge and the Latin Europe Challenge, you know the deal. Those who aren't, you'll find out right now. Like the first three "break the record" challenges this one ALSO features 3 stages. This will give you a little more time to build your reputation as a manager and as a KANGAROO.....and be able to land a job in the next stage. This challenge takes place in 3 countries that has not gotten enough attention yet. Objective: Break the current top goal scorer's record in each country. You must start at the country with the lowest goals record and move your way up to the highest goals record and break each record as you go. Once you break the record you may move on to the next stage of the challenge. While you're waiting to land a club in the next stage you're allowed to remain at your current club to improve your reputation and/or set an even higher record as many times as you want thus increasing your total score (combined highest records in all 3 stages). You may use any player you like and goals in all competitions (except ITN goals) count towards the total. If you manage to break the record (scoring more than the current total) in all 3 countries you will have scored at least a total of 166 ...102 goals in the three countries and earned yourself a spot on the Canis Lupus Challenge Leaderboard. Let's have a look at the numbers your 3 strikers are going to need to crush. A-league - Bruno Fornaroli with 23 goals and you are now a KANGAROO. Ekstraklasa - Henryk Reyman with 37 goals and you are now developed into a WHITE EAGLE. Süper Lig - Tanju Colak with 39 goals and you are now developed into a.....you guessed it is....a CANIS LUPUS. The Challenge Rules Load the leagues - Austrailia, Poland and Turkey - Kangaroo country first. Start your challenge in Austrailia and complete the Stages 1-3 in numeric order. Once you break the record in stage 1 you may move on to the next stage. Repeat a stage as many times as you want until a club in the next stage comes along. At NO point in the challenge are you allowed to move back a stage to break a previous set record. You may choose any top division team and pick any player/nationality you like, but MUST use a unique striker per stage. Main strikers MUST be real players. The rest of the team does not and may be fake players - regens/evogens. Goals in all competitions count except ITN goals. NO unlockables (unless earned during this challenge) and NO editors, reloading etc. allowed. As surely most of us have a Coaching Badge by now you are allowed to start with one. You must post a career with screenshots to be eligible for the leaderboard. Points: Combined highest goal records in all 3 countries. Challenge Leaderboard 1. @RipRip with 172p. 2. 3. 4. 5. BEST OF LUCK!
  6. Englands top flight is a melting pot of nationalities. Nearly every continent is included in it (sorry, Antarctica). However, why be globalist in soccer? Why not go for one country only? In this challenge, the objective is to only use players of one nationality only. I encourage you to try using tougher teams than just Argentina and Brazil, but it's your choice. Maybe you can make an English national team within England, maybe you can bring African players fame, its your choice RULES: One Nationality only on each team All formations allowed No in game editor, regens allowed Scoring 75 points for winning premier 50 points for winning FA cup 50 points for winning EFL Cup 50 points for winning community shield 100 points for winning Euro 150 points for winning Champions 25 points for having leading scorer in england 25 points for having English player of the year/young player of the year 50 points for having world player of the year 100 points for European Super Cup 75 points for club word championship Leaderboard Good luck and have fun!
  7. Bendtner To 150

    Inspired by the Heskey to 100 challenge He is a challenge to get Lord Bendtner to 150 Career Goals What do I do? Bring the worlds best striker back to Arsenal and get him to 150 career goals. What is the catch? It must be done in the Premier League with Arsenal only. Goals only count in thier history so friendlies don't count How do I win? Get to 150 goals the quickest. Beat others by doing it in the least amount of games as possible. Rules No using any Editor of any format No saving/replaying games It must be with Arsenal Arsenal have been looking for a world class striker. What they didn't realise is that they used to have one. I would say good luck but I don't think you will need it with this leg end.
  8. Hey guys here is the third and final challenge in my going out with a bang series. The Challenge Phillipp Lahm, serial winner, a man who has won almost every trophy in the world game. Your job is to get Lahm to his next "50" milestone which is 50. Lahm currently sits on 22 goals but with his best ever goal total being 4 in a season this will be your toughest challenge yet. Bonus The Bonus for this challenge is to get Lahm to 700 appearances which will require 48 more appearances. Lahm currently sits on 652 appearances The Rules All regular challenge rules All goals count Lahm can play in either defence or midfield Leaderboard
  9. Hey guys here is the second challenge in my going out with a bang series. The Challenge Frank Lampard, all time top goal scorer for Chelsea has announced his retirement and it is up to you to get him to the next "50" milestone which is 300 goals. Lampard currently sits on 274 goals. It is your job to help Frank get those 300 goals. Bonus Increase Frank Lampard's all time goal scoring record to 250 goals. He is currently on 211 goals. Rules You may sign Frank Lampard for any club but you can only do the bonus challenge at Chelsea All regular challenge rules Leaderboard Good Luck
  10. The no national physio challenge *This challenge requires the international management unlockable. The challenge This is a fairly straightforward challenge. Simply start off with a national side and select any of the players you want. However, seeing as your national team has no physio, once a player currently called up to your national squad gets an injury in any way when on international duty, whether it be in a match or whilst part of the squad, he must be removed from the squad and never selected again. Aim Win the World Cup, European Championship (or any equivalent) and the Confederations Cup. Rules No unlockables No club sides Own tactics only Have fun
  11. Hello fellow Vibers! WELCOME TO THE ROMAN EMPIRE CHALLENGE. I have for a long time been wanting to make this challenge, so here it goes. Some of you are in the story, i hope you will enjoy it or else you will have to finish me of in my sleep https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oA4PnGGLkfU Roman Empire Leaderboard Challenge I...RipRip 59p II...Maximus Aurelius 58p ( Anders J ) https://vibe.community/forums/topic/39751-maximus-attempts-roman-empire-challenge-hadrians-wall/ III... IIII... V... Stage I - Aquilifer. Carry the legionary eagle in year 753 BC. Build the foundation to the Roman Empire. Conquer Italy and destroy the troops of Carthaginian warlord Ashez the Hannibal coming from Africa. GOAL - win the league with Latina, Frosinone, Lazio or Roma. Bonus Maximus - use one slave ( Africa/Asia), one legion soldier and one innocent farmers boy ( grey player from the reserveteam under the age of 18 ). Stage II Julius Caesar - year 49 BC. Head to Gaul. While Chieftans Bonaparte De Cockers and Brenty Brennus are destroying your troops, head to Gaul as Lord Commander and terminate them for good. GOAL - Win the Ligue 1 with any team. Bonus Maximus - use one slave ( Africa/Asia), one legion soldier from the capital country and one innocent farmers boy ( grey player from the reserveteam under the age of 18 ). Stage III. Rumours of Vikings and Hedens led by Notoirus viking King Batigöl of Bayaria is threathning the entire Roman Empire from the north. Seek and destroy him once and for all. GOAL - Win the Bundesliga. Bonus Maximus - use one slave ( Africa/Asia), one legion soldier from the capital country and one innocent farmers boy ( grey player from the reserveteam under the age of 18 ). Stage IIII - Hadrian the Emperor. Britania is calling from a distance, Heden King Taff McGaelic and King McAndrew is fast gathering their troops. We need a wall. Build Hadrians Wall to defend the realm and claim the Crown in Capital Londonia. GOAL - Win the Premier League. Bonus win it with Newcastle, Sunderland, Middlesbrough, Blackpool, Leeds, Bradford or York. Bonus Maximus - use one slave ( Africa/Asia), one legion soldier from the capital country and one innocent farmers boy ( grey player from the reserveteam under the age of 18 ). Rule. Own formation only, no reloading ext. Rule. Remember documentation with pictures. Rule. Loose the deadwood, roman soldiers travel light. A soldier keeps complaining about military training execute him. points stage I - 10p league win. 1p pr used slave, soldier and/or farmers boy. Stage II - 10p league win. 1p pr used slave, soldier and/or farmers boy. stage III - 10p league win. 1p pr used slave, soldier and/or farmers boy. stage IIII - 10p league win. 1p pr used slave, soldier and/or farmers boy. Extra bonus use one of the bonus clubs to do so and get an amazing 10p + free choice of women in the eternal fields of the afterlife. Hope you join the challenge. Feel free to change the names of your "enemies" along the way. Sleep tight....Best regards Julius
  12. Jamie Vardy Football Academy Challenge (Took me a while to make the logo, hope you like it) The Jamie Vary Football Academy Challenge has now arrived on Vibe! We all know the story of Jamie Vardy’s rise from Non-league to the Premier League, but can we recreate it? The challenge is simple, take charge of any Premier League side and sign a striker from any team in the Vanarama North, South or National Leagues and aim to hit the challenge targets. You must complete a full season managing that non-league player. At the end of the season you can continue with your non-league player or you can trade them. Trading your non-league player will of course reset your score. Can you take your non-league player onto the global stage? The challenge targets are as follows: Player Goal Targets Your non-league players scores 10+ goals in a season – 20 points Your non-league players scores 15+ goals in a season – 40 points Your non-league players scores 20+ goals in a season – 60 points Your non-league players scores 25+ goals in a season – 80 points Your non-league players scores 30+ goals in a season – 100 points Your non-league players scores 35+ goals in a season – 120 points Your non-league players scores 40+ goals in a season – 140 points Your non-league players scores 45+ goals in a season – 160 points Your non-league players scores 50+ goals in a season – 180 points Competition Targets Your non-league players wins the English Premier League – 100 points Your non-league players wins the Emirates FA Cup – 75 points Your non-league players wins the EFL Cup – 50 points Your non-league players wins the FA Community Shield – 25 points Your non-league players wins the UEFA Champions League – 100 points Your non-league players wins the UEFA Europa League – 75 points Your non-league players wins the FIFA World Cup – 200 points Your non-league players wins the UEFA European Championships – 150 points Player Achievement Targets Your non-league player earns an international cap (you cannot manage their country) – 200 points (player would preferably be British, but happy to allow other larger nations) Your non-league player scores an international goal (you cannot manage their country) – 400 points (player would preferably be British, but happy to allow other larger nations) Your non-league player earns Player of the Year Award – 500 points Your non-league player earns Young Player of the Year Award – 400 points Your non-league player earns World Player of the Year Award – 1000 points Player Value Targets Your non-league players value exceeds £2.5million – 50 points Your non-league players value exceeds £5million – 75 points Your non-league players value exceeds £7.5million – 100 points Your non-league players value exceeds £10million – 125 points Your non-league players value exceeds £15million – 150 points Your non-league players value exceeds £20million – 175 points Your non-league players value exceeds £25million+ – 250 points The Rules It wouldn’t be a challenge without rules, please see the rules below: You can use your own formations EME Competition (Enhanced Match Engine NO IGE (In Game Editor) No reloading/cheating Have fun Submitting Your Results If you want to take part in the Jamie Vary Football Academy Challenge, you will need to submit the following screenshots for your place on the leader board: Player Profile Player History Player Achievements League Table Cup Competitions (if won) ENJOY IT EVERYONE!!
  13. OK guys here we go, I'm not the most well equipped person to do a decent write up, if I think I could afford him I'd get @Jens in to give this the write up it might deserve First Thanks to @BatiGoal and @Ashez for taking the time to talk this through with me and as always these guys are a huge part of this community and I value their opinions so thanks for taking time out of your busy schedules to talk with me lads appreciated as always. Let's get on with it This is a little challenge I sort of came up with (all three are already challenges) I just mashed them together, the Aim is the same as any TT (Triple Threat for anyone who's unsure) and that aim is to get three strikers to score 1500 goals, now having done a 1K last season and a DT (double Trouble) this year this seemed like the obvious step to take, but I couldn't bring myself to stick with the same three strikers for 15-20 seasons. Hence why this one is a slightly different TT the aim is to change your three strikers every year But here's where the Nation Lock and Alphabet bit of the challenge comes into play. All three strikers must be of the same nationality and you start season 1 with strikers who come from a nation beginning with A (Argentina, Australia, Austria) they then have one season to score as many goals as they can, once season 2 starts those strikers must be sold or demoted and you move on to Nation B (Belgium, Brazil, Bolivia) and so on and so on until your strikers have all combined for 1500 goals. The idea is to finish in the least amount of letters, but they must go in Alphabetical order (You all with me so far) Now it's advised you start with a team who has money as getting three decent strikers from the same nation can be tricky, but as I said once those guys have completed a season they move on and so do you. You must also stick with the three strikers you pick, if one gets injured for 6 months, sorry but you will have to rely on your remaining two to get those goals in. The rest of your squad can be whoever you want, but the front three must be from the same country (second nationalities I'll leave up to you guys, but it's a bit iffy so I'd try to stick to those who are originally from said country) The Challenge rules apply NO USE OF THE IGE AT ALL (even looking up someones hidden PA is a no go) Regens are allowed (by the time you get to Season F and G you might need them) Own Formations only Carrer Threads are advised if you want to give it a go No reloading AND ANY OF THE OBVIOUS ONES I MISSED So what do you guys think, as I said earlier I value the opinions of @BatiGoal and @Ashez, but everyone on this site has their own opinions and I value any feedback from anyone at any level from this great community. Feel free to PM me and if there is anything I missed I'm sure someone will let me know I've already tried and completed Season A and will post a career thread soon Cheers for reading guys and all comments are appreciated
  14. Hello all and welcome to this new challenge! A few days ago, @BatiGoal stated how he wanted a new challenge based on the history of either Turkey or Poland, so with that, I present.... The Polish Conquest Challenge! Before we start, I understand WW2 is a hard topic to create things around because of its nature, so wanted to say I don't mean to offend, upset or provoke anybody who has links to Poland or anything to do with this challenge. It has been made for entertainment purposes and not meant to offend anybody. If it does, please let me know and I'll change some of it. Cheers! After WW2, the Polish borders were changed. Lwów, which was one of the centres of Polish football and home to three of the biggest clubs in the country ( Pogon Lwów, Czarni Lwów and Lechia Lwów) was annexed by the Soviet Union, and all of these teams ceased to exist. This meant the Polish Ekstraklasa lost many players and officials to clubs in the Soviet Union, before they eventually returned to Poland. In return, the Polish gained former German territories in Sielsia, including capital Wrocław, Zabrze, Bytom and Lubin. From these gained territories, big time winners emerged in Polish Football, including Ślask Wrocław (1), Górnik Zabrze (14), Polonia Bytom (1), Szombierki Bytom (1) and Zagłębie Lubin (2). The Challenge Stage 1: Take control of the following Polish Clubs: Górnik Łęczna, Jagelliona, Wisla Krakow. With one of these clubs, you can only sign players with who were based in the Soviet Union's territory. The countries below are a few that were part of Soviet Union territory. Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia Any Polish players or officials are to be released and sent to Poland. Your objective is to Win the League, Domestic Cup and get out of the group stages in the Champions League. Stage 2: Move to one of the following German clubs, which were near the territory allocated to Poland. Hertha Berlin, Cottbus, Union Berlin, Rostock, RB Leipzig (Note: 1 or 2 of these clubs aren't so close to Poland, they are in here to make it easier/better to move) With one of these clubs, you can only sign players who are from Poland, or surrounding countries next to Poland. These are listed below: Poland, Slovakia, Czech Republic. Your objective is to win the league 2 times, aswell a striker winning a domestic cup and reaching the Quarter Finals of the Champions League. Rules: - No form of editing - Use clubs and nations allocated - No reloading - Leaderboard will be based on amount of time taken to achieve objectives. What do you think guys? Thanks to @BatiGoal for helping me create this over PM, massive help! Please leave a comment and some feedback, and thanks for reading!
  15. Foundation of the Football League’s Challenge Can you re-create the Original Formation of the Football league History English Premier League: At the top of the English football league system, it is the country's primary football competition. Contested by 20 clubs, it operates on a system of promotion and relegation with the English Football League (EFL; known as "The Football League" before 2016–17). The Premier League is a corporation in which the 20 member clubs act as shareholders. Seasons run from August to May. Teams play 38 matches each (playing each team in the league twice, home and away), totalling 380 matches in the season. Most games are played on Saturday and Sunday afternoons; others during weekday evenings. It is colloquially known as the Premiership and outside the UK it is commonly referred to as the English Premier League (EPL). Spanish La Liga: The Primera División, commonly known as La Liga and as La Liga Santander for sponsorship reasons, is the top professional association football division of the Spanish football league system. Administrated by the Liga de Fútbol Profesional (LFP), La Liga is contested by 20 teams, with the three lowest-placed teams relegated to the Segunda División and replaced by the top two teams in that division plus the winner of a play-off. In April 1927, José María Acha, a director at Arenas Club de Getxo, first proposed the idea of a national league in Spain. After much debate about the size of the league and who would take part, the Real Federación Española de Fútbol eventually agreed on the ten teams who would form the first Primera División in 1929. Real Madrid, Barcelona, Athletic Bilbao, Real Sociedad, Arenas Club de Getxo and Real Unión were all selected as previous winners of the Copa del Rey. Atlético Madrid, Espanyol and Europa qualified as Copa del Rey runners-up and Racing de Santander qualified through a knockout competition. Only three of the founding clubs, Real Madrid, Barcelona and Athletic Bilbao, have never been relegated from the Primera División. Germany Bundesliga: The Bundesliga (lit. English: "Federal League", sometimes referred to as the Fußball-Bundesliga or 1. Bundesliga is a professional association football league in Germany and the football league with the highest average stadium attendance worldwide. At the top of the German football league system, the Bundesliga is Germany's primary football competition. The Bundesliga is contested by 18 teams and operates on a system of promotion and relegation with the 2. Bundesliga. Seasons run from August to May. Most games are played on Saturdays and Sundays, with a few games played on weekdays. All the Bundesliga clubs qualify for the DFB-Pokal. The winner of the Bundesliga qualifies for the DFL-Supercup. The Bundesliga was founded in 1962 in Dortmund and the first season started in 1963. The structure and organisation of the Bundesliga along with Germany's other football leagues have undergone frequent changes right up to the present day. The Bundesliga was founded by the Deutscher Fußball-Bund (English: German Football Association), but is now operated by the Deutsche Fußball Liga (English: German Football League). Italy’s Lega Series A: Serie A, also called Serie A TIM due to sponsorship by TIM, is a professional league competition for football clubs located at the top of the Italian football league system and the winner is awarded the Coppa Campioni d'Italia. It has been operating for over eighty years since the 1929–30 season. It had been organized by Lega Calcio until 2010, when the Lega Serie A was created for the 2010–11 season. In its current format, the Italian Football Championship was revised from having regional and interregional rounds, to a single-tier league from the 1929–30 season onwards. The championship titles won prior to 1929 are officially recognised by FIGC with the same weighting as titles that were subsequently awarded. However, the 1945–46 season, when the league was played over two geographical groups due to the ravages of WWII, is not statistically considered, even if its title is fully official. All the winning teams are recognised with the title of Campione d'Italia ("Champion of Italy"), which is ratified by the Lega Serie A before the start of the next edition of the championship. Rules: The idea is to see if you can get the Original clubs back into the Formation League. Start off with one of the Teams already out of the Top League and only move from them when one of the other clubs need a manager, otherwise remain at the same club. Any team in RED is no longer in the Top League, so can you get them all back in there, and at least last one complete season (Without Relegation). Any team that is Highlighted cannot get back in as they don’t exist in the Database. There is no reasoning or options why I have created these 4 Leagues, they are ones I have more frequently used myself, so to see if there is any interest then it should be a good Fun Challenge, if not it will die of death and everyone will forget it. Otherwise if there is more interest I will create other Leagues (recommendations) for everyone to attempt this. Instructions: You WILL have to create a different SAVE for each Country as they don’t have lower leagues if you create all Countries with one save, only the Primary has the lower leagues. Intention: Is to simply get each club back into the original Formation League for at least one season before leaving and moving on to the next club, the end goal to get each Original Formation club back into the Top League for at least one last season, after that it is left to there own problems as you move on. England - Premiership League (1992) Manchester United Aston Villa (Championship) Norwich (Championship) Blackburn Rovers (Championship) Queens Park Rangers (Championship) Liverpool Sheffield Wednesday (Championship) Tottenham Manchester City Arsenal Chelsea Wimbledon (League One) Everton Sheffield United (League One) Coventry (League One) Ipswich Town (Championship) Leeds United (Championship) Southampton Oldham Athletic (League One) Crystal Palace Middlesborough Nottingham forest (Championship) Spain - La Liga (1929) Real Madrid Barcelona Athletico Bilboa Real Sociedad Arenas Club de Getxo (Second Division B2) Real Union de Irun (Second Division B2) Atletico Madrid Espanyol CE Europa Racing de Santander (Second Division B1) Germany - Bundesliga (1963) Borussia Dortmund Eintracht Braunschweig (Second Division) Eintract Frankfurt Hamburger SV Hertha BSC 1. FC Kaiserslautern (Second Division) Karlsruher SC (Second Division) 1.FC Koln Meidericher SV Duisburg (Third Division) 1860 Munich (Munchen) (Second Division) 1. FC Nurnberg (Second Division) SC Preußen Münster (Third Division) 1. FC Saarbrucken FC Schalke 04 Vfb Stuttgart Werder Bremen Italy - Series A (1929) Alessandria (Series C/A) Ambrosiana (Internazionale) Bologna Brescia (Series B) Cremonese (Series C/A) Genova 1893 (Genoa) Juventus Lazio A.S. Livorno Calcio (Series C/A) Milan Modena (Series C/B) Napoli Calcio Padova (Series C/B) Aurora Pro Patria (Series D/B) Pro Vercelli (Series B) Roma Torino Unione Triestina (Series D/C)
  16. This is a challenge I originally created 2 years ago that hopefully receives more love today than it did back then. I have updated it and slightly increased its difficulty to make it a little more challenging and fun. Here's the renewed UK Challenge that has yet to be completed by anyone. UK Challenge It's a very simple challenge that takes you on a journey to all 4 countries in the UK with 1 main objective: Break the current top goal scorer's record in each country. In the original challenge you were allowed to travel to each country in any random order, however, in the updated version the challenge increases in difficulty as you progress but you are still allowed to play as many seasons per country as it takes to break the current top goal scorer's record. You must start at the country with the lowest goals record and move your way up to the highest goals record and break each record as you go. Once you break the record you may move on to the next stage of the challenge. While you're waiting to land a club in the next stage you're allowed to remain at your current club to improve your reputation and/or set an even higher record as many times as you want thus increasing your total score (combined highest records in all 4 stages). You may use any player you like and goals in all competitions (except ITN goals) count towards the total. If you manage to break the record (scoring more than the current total) in all 4 countries you will have scored at least a total of 173 goals in the UK and your name and total will be placed on the UK Challenge Leaderboard. The UK Goal Records The Challenge Rules Load the UK leagues - N.Ireland, Scotland, Wales, England - in any order. Start your challenge in N.Ireland and follow the 'Records Table' as you go. Once you break a record you may move on to the next stage of the challenge. Play any stage as many times as you want until a club in the next country comes along. At NO point in the challenge are you allowed to move back a stage to break a previous set record. You may choose any top division team and pick any player/nationality you like, but MUST use a unique striker per stage. Main strikers MUST be real players. The rest of the team/squad does not and may be fake players - regens/evogens. Goals in all competitions count except ITN goals. NO unlockables (unless earned during this challenge), and NO editors, reloading etc. allowed. As surely most of us have a Coaching Badge by now you are allowed to start with one. You must post a career with screenshots to be eligible for the leaderboard. Points: Combined highest records in all 4 countries. 1. 234 pts - Cockers2505 - Link 2. 212 pts - Taff - Link 3. 204 pts - AndersJ - Link 4. 5. Goodluck!
  17. PLEASE GET INVOLVED WITH MY RB CHALLENGE
  18. The Arjen Robben Challenge With Arjen Robbens career closing down due to injury I thought it was right to make a challenge about him. In this challenge you will follow the journey of Robben from Groningen hopeful to one of the best players in the Bundesliga. Part One- Groningen Start your career at Groningen with Dutch, German,Spanish and English leagues loaded. Buy (or use a player at the club) a Dutch U-21 right mid/winger, the challenge can start at any point during your save as long as all the leagues are loaded. (Regens and greys are allowed). With your winger he must score at least 12 goals before you move on to stage two of the challenge. ( Don't worry it gets harder). Part Two- Top Dutch Club You and your winger must eventually move to either Feyenoord, Ajax or PSV and score 21 goals. You must also win both the Eredivise and Johan Cruyff Shield ( Dutch Super Cup) while winning either player of the year or young player of the year. Once you have done all this you may move onto Stage 3. Part Three-The Big League Join a premier league club with Financial State as "Rich" (See General Info). With them your winger must score 19 goals, win two premier leagues, two League Cups, one FA Cup and one Community Shield before you can move on to the penultimate stage. Part Four- Legendary Team You and your Dutchman must now move to either Barca, Real or Atletico and win La Liga and the Spanish Super Cup. He must score 13 goals for the club and then he can move onto the Final Part of the challenge. Part Five German Domination You must now move to either Schalke, Bayern or Dortmund where you have to win six Bundesligas, four DFB Pokals and three German Super Cups as well as the UCL, Club World Cup and European Super Cup. He will also have to score 130 goals for your side along with at least one player of the year. Then celebrate. The Leaderboard is ranked on goals+assists by your player once the challenge is completed. Part Six Score 31 Holland goals (under your management or not) Rules 1. No cheating/reloading 2. Player can be any Dutch u-21 player with natural in either Right Mid or Right Wing. 3. Leaderboard is judged by goals+assists. 4. Challenge can end once you've completed every part but can continue until your player retires. 5. Have Fun! Leaderboard 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.
  19. international treble

    Hope you enjoy this is something I thought up Goal With any national team (you can use national hero) Win the world cup then confed cup and the copa America/euros/north American gold cup/Asia cup south African cup of nations in ONE career
  20. WESTERN EUROPE CLUB CHALLENGE Taking massive inspiration from @BatiGoal's player-orientated goal scoring challenges, may I present to you my first ever created challenge: the Western Europe Club Challenge. I've massively enjoyed playing the player challenges so thought I'd come up with - and attempt! - a similar challenge aimed squarely at European clubs. This might be tough, or it might not, but I'm excited to give it a go and I hope you will be too. Hopefully it will help some people come up with some cracking goal scoring tactics, or perhaps unearth a few hidden gems to aid your quest for goals - mainly I hope a few of us can have some fun attempting it. The aim? To beat the current club record for number of goals scored in a single season in each of the top divisions in Western Europe's top four leagues. The current records: 101 league goals 103 league goals 118 league goals 121 league goals Bundesliga: 101 league goals scored by Bayern Munich 1971/72 Premier League: 103 league goals scored by Chelsea 2009/10 Ligue 1: 118 league goals scored by RC Paris 1959/60 La Liga: 121 league goals scored by Real Madrid 2011/12 (All records set in current league format i.e. current number of teams in each division.) The rules: - In any order, load each of the nations featuring the above leagues - Germany, England, France, Spain. - Break the current goal scoring record in each league in sequence - i.e. start in Germany and end in Spain. - The current record must be broken before you move on, but you can beat your own record if you decide to stay while waiting for another job. - However, once you have moved on to the next league you cannot go back. - The current records must be broken, not equalled - i.e. you must score 102, 104, 119 and 122 league goals respectively. - League goals only! - There is no time limit (other than the 30 years) so you may spend as much time as you wish in each league until you break the record. - You can use any team you wish, but must be in charge for the full season a record is broken. - If you complete the challenge you will have scored at least 447 league goals. - Screenshots will be required (post below if necessary), but a Career thread charting your progress would be appreciated. - Obviously the use of any Unlockables (unless earned during save) is prohibited. Gentleman's agreement re: reloading, editors etc - let's not do it, eh? In a nutshell: - Pick a team in Germany's Bundesliga and score at least 102 league goals - Move to a team in England's Premier League and score at least 104 league goals - Find a team in France's Ligue 1 and score at least 120 league goals - Finally, join a club in Spain's La Liga and score at least 122 league goals - Do all of the above and you could find yourself listed below. Western Europe Club Challenge Leaderboard 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Hope you guys enjoy this challenge. Good luck to all who attempt it!
  21. Hey Guys! Welcome to my first challenge in a few weeks. Today, I'm showing you a challenge that has caught my eye a few times. Welcome to.... Vibe's Success Challenge So, obviously this website is called Vibe Community, right? Well, I though That this challenge links perfectly with that, hence the name. The challenge is to score 70 goals to mark the seven years Vibe has been a website. Seems easy right? Not until you see the player.... Lasse Vibe Perfectly suited to the challenge is Lasse Vibe, with his name being the link. This is the man you have to score 70 goals with! Challenge Brief - You must score 70 goals with Lasse Vibe - He can be moved to any football club in the world, the choice is yours. - To add a sense of success, any trophies you win with Vibe in the team count as 10 points, or goals. - You have until Lasse Vibe retires to reach the intended target Rules - No reloading - No use of IGE, PGE or any hex editing - Screenshots will be required, a thread would be good to give us all the chance to follow the challenge - A leaderboard will be created for people attempting the challenge So guys, what do you think? Just a quick little challenge that I myself will attempt at some point, and hope I have somebody to beat by the time I do. Thanks for reading!
  22. Introduction The English premier league has been around for 25 years. In that time there have been a total of 47 teams which have competed within it. These are those teams. Of these teams only 6 have won the league. Manchester United, Chelsea, Manchester City, Arsenal, Blackburn Rovers and Leicester City. The Challenge Currently there are 20 teams in the Premier league, the basic premise is to assure all 27 of the other former competitors have at least one more season in the Premier league. So the following clubs must be promoted into the Premier league at some point, whether under your management or not. You don't have to manage all of these teams, just make sure they get into the Premier league. For the purposes of this challenge Wimbledon are replaced by either MK Dons or AFC Wimbledon. Points Scoring You get 2 points for every team you manage to get into the league, if you achieve all 27 you gain an extra point for each year less than 30 it has taken (e.g. all 27 teams in 25 years gets you 5 extra points). Finally, you gain 5 bonus points for each of the 6 former winners if they win the premier league again during your career (only once each, a maximum of 30 points). This will rely on both your own managerial skill and some luck too. There will be a leaderboard if anybody takes up the challenge. It is of course a long challenge but hopefully it is worth it. Rules Proof will be needed via screenshots of the Premier league each year and the former league winners at the end of the career. No unlockables unless gained during the course of the career No use of any editors No cheating, that includes reloading.
  23. After my failed attempt at the 1KC, it is now time to focus on another nice challenge. I'm going to pick up a broom and clean up that mess! The challenge The challenge is to find a club which qualifies for the folllowing conditions ( according to the thread ) Thread of challenge 1. Financially threatened ( almost going bankrupt ) 2. Fighting against relegation 3. Depleted squad with 13 players or less. I added one personal condition to this : this challenge is not completed ( for me personally ) until I win any European Trophy ( Euro League or Champions Cup ) with the team that was struggling For this challenge I have loaded up the following leagues : Holland ( main ) - loads of potential top players in this league Turkey France Italy This story will be told from the perspective of manager Jeroen Kuijk, who has yet to prove himself on a professional level. He will start his career unemployed and is eager to dive in a really difficult situation. His ambition is to take a club that is doing bad, and win a trophy with them. August 1st 2016 : I have finally passed my exams and am qualified to act as a professional football coach. I do not expect to find a job at a world class club anytime soon, so I'll be hoping to find a challenging club with a lot of young ambitious players soon. Until I find a job, I'll be hanging out on my favorite place to be : somewhere on the beach. January 17th 2018 : After 18 months, Jeroen Kuijk finally found a job! Jupiler League club FC Oss is struggling for results this season and have acquired the services of the young and inexperienced manager. FC Oss are currently 19th in the Jupiler League with 18 points. The Jupiler League only has 1 relegation spot, which is currently occupied by FC Dordrecht being 20th with 15 points. The gap between Oss and Dordrecht is really small. Kuijk has a budget of 295k and a wae budget of 28.55k on a weekly base with a 3.6k maximum salary. The goal is to focus on improving the squad. Besides performing very underwhelming in the Jupiler League, FC Oss is doing really well in the cup. They reached the Quarter Finals and have to face ADO Den Haag from the Eredivisie in that round. The squad : Goalkeepers: Ronald Koeman - he really is the son of the legend Jordy Deckers Xavier Mous Defenders: Alejandro Navarro Keeris Dylan de Braal Jordi Balk Dean van der Sluijs Rick Stuy van den Herik Stijn Buijs Midfielders: Joep van den Ouweland Raies Roshanali Karol Wszola ( on loan ) Istvan Bakx Soufiane Dadda Jorzolino Falkenstein Richard van der Venne Nassir el Aisatti Attackers: Justin Mathieu Cihat Celik Thijs van Pol Fixtures for January FC Den Bosch - FC Oss for the Jupiler League ADO Den Haag - FC Oss for the KNVB Cup FC Oss - Jong Ajax for the KNVB Cup Our strategy will be on the defensive side. With a 5-4-1 formation, FC Oss will prevent the opponents from scoring easy goals. Lone striker Thijs van Pol will have to focus on making runs for the counter attacks and needs to be clinical in front of goal. By staying in the division, FC Oss wants to make the first step towards building a championship worthy squad in the coming years, with the dream of pushing towards the Eredivisie.
  24. Good Day Vibers! Today I bring you an idea I personally think could attract a few players (hopefully), and I feel it could be quite a fun one to play! The Expansive Kingdom Challenge 1. Every season, a King must be crowned from your current selection of royals. This king must be a daring individual who wants to make his kingdom the biggest and best. (Pick a striker or attacking player from your squad) 2. The King's reign is the amount of games he plays in one season. (48 games = 48 Years) 3. The King's job is to expand his kingdom as far as possible. To do this, you must do the following.... Each team your king scores 2 goals against, that place is added to your kingdom. To show the places in your kingdom, a map of sort could be made by the person attempting the challenge, or a well organised list. 4. After taking the land for your own, your King can only take slaves from the land he has taken (You can only make transfers from your taken territories) Types Of Land/Territories Domestic Territories: Places you take that are inside your country. E.G. For the Premier League, I could take Southampton and Bournemouth Foreign Territories: Places you take that are outside your country. E.G. Beroe, Olympiakos Rules Each season, a new king must be appointed. Remember to include the number of years the king is in power (Games each year) aswell as the kingdoms taken (goals) Make up your own Kingdom name (e.g Thr Kingdom Of McAndrinha, The Kingdom Of Batigolania) Have a list of Kingdoms taken for each season, as each season it starts again until you get your best king. No IGE, no Reloading and other challenge rules. Leaderboard will be added for amount of Kingdoms taken Feel free to leave a comment on the challenge! Leaderboard 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.
  25. So will I be posting these challenges now after a handover from @Ashezso hopefully some of the newer guys to the site will post their efforts. I shall start with the classics... The 1000 Goal Challenge The Rules You can manage any club in any league. Player can be real or regen. No preferences/unlockables. No uses of text changes, save editor or IGE at all. No cheating - Restarting to avoid injuries counts as cheating!! International goals count, but only the ones scored in game. So real life goals the player starts on don't count. You have to earn international management, so you can not start with it. A career can be posted but screenshots are needed as evidence. If requested you must upload your save so we can check no cheating has taken place via the save editor, failure to do this will result in you being rejected from the leader board. Own formations only SI databases only No Myclub or created players A few years ago @Sunnyand @Ashez also wrote a handy guide on how to go about this challenge which can be found here: http://fmhvibe.co.uk...goal-challenge/ LEADERBOARD @BatiGoal - 1,091 Goals - - Asier Villalibre - EME - Season Link @scratch99 - 1,064 Goals - - Adam Armstrong - EME - Season Link