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  1. Latin Europe Challenge I present you yet another "break the current record" challenge. For those familiar with the UK Challenge, you know the deal. Those who aren't, you'll find out right now but there's not a whole lot to it other than having to score a large amount of goals. This challenge takes place in 4 romance-speaking countries and is slightly more difficult to complete than the UK one due to the sheer amount of goals needed. 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 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 228 goals in Latin Europe and earned yourself a spot on the Latin Europe Challenge Leaderboard. Let's have a look at the numbers your 4 strikers are going to need to crush.. Latin Europe Goal Records Let me first say a couple things before we get to the rules. I want you to know that this is a very tough challenge. I usually complete my own challenges before I post them for you guys to try, but this one is one of the few I have yet to complete. I had a go several times but to my dismay saw my numerous attempts fail at the same stage, guess which one.. But despite some of you probably thinking it's too difficult, you may be right but it isn't impossible. Challenges aren't only about completing, they're about much more than that, it's about the journey, the experience, what you learn along the way and what you do differently in your 2nd - 3rd - 4th attempt until you finally succeed, ...or not. Even if you think you stand no chance, you won't ever succeed if you don't give it your best shot. Remember, these goals are in all competitions except ITN goals, those aren't counted. Some of you may remember Lionel Messi's amazing 91 goals in a single season, making him the current World Record Holder goals scored in a season, but he netted 12 of those in an Argentina shirt so his tally stands at 79 for this challenge. This means you'll need to score at least 80 goals in a single La Liga season in your final Stage 4 to complete this challenge and be eligible for the Latin Europe Challenge Leaderboard. If it's any consolation, there will be a leaderboard for both OME and EME (successful) attempts. I really do hope either leaderboard doesn't remain empty for too long. The Challenge Rules Load the Latin Europe leagues - Italy, France, Portugal, Spain - in any order. Start your challenge in Italy and complete the Stages 1-4 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 4 countries. 1. 259 Pts - Jack.Holt - Link 2. 256 Pts - Taff - Link 3. 254 Pts - Brenty92 - Link 4. 230 Pts - AndersJ - Link 5. Goodluck!
  2. 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!
  3. 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... II... 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. Hope you join the challenge. Feel free to change the names of your "enemies" along the way. Sleep tight....Best regards Julius
  4. 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
  5. The Vibe Grand Prix

    Good day fellow Vibers, and welcome to my most in-depth challenge creation in a while, potentially overtaking my Plan A Heist Challenge. So, what is it? Well, it's a set of challenges that occur over a few seasons, some being goalscorer challenges, some being time trials and assist challenges... The Vibe Grand Prix 'The Formula 1 racing competition was created just after the war in 1946, where non-championship races were conducted. The first official race was held at the British Track Silverstone in 1950. During the 60's and 70's, national championships were held in both the UK and South Africa for the sport, with them being a popular event. The first ever world championship, held in 1950 as mentioned earlier, was won by Italian racer Giuseppe Farina, who raced in an Alfa Romeo at the time. Farina went on to win the title 5 times, a world record until 2003.' There is your history lesson folks, so let's get onto the basis of the challenge: Qualifying: Stage 2: Laps 1-15 Laps 15-35 Laps 35-55 Laps 55-Finish Line Finished! This challenge comes from a game I've been addicted to at the moment, aswell as a nice challenge for everybody to compete at! Rules: No IGE/MyClub/PGE No reloading to avoid injuries/replay games 2 strikers needed to complete challenge All other challenge rules Can start in any country/league A Leaderboard will be available for EACH STAGE. This will be beneficial as we can see at which point in the race people are leading, and if people slip up or not. How will you fare? Thanks for reading! Please leave some feedback and give it a go! Leaderboards: Qualifying Leaderboard Laps 1-15 Leaderboard Laps 15-35 Leaderboard Laps 35-55 Leaderboard Lap 55-Finish Leaderboard And finally.... Overall Leaderboard! 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.
  6. A re-post of The Ronald Koeman Goal Challenge created by @Ashez The Ronald Koeman Goal Challenge It's not often that the name of a world class defender goes before the words goal challenge but when i heard of the record the Dutchman Ronald Koeman has i knew i had to bring this challenge to Vibe. The Back story Did you know that Koeman is the world's highest ever scoring central defender? Although he sometimes played within the midfield Koeman here has an incredible record which stands at 239 goals scored in 685 games at club level and an impressive 14 in 78 at international level, that my friends is a center back with over 250 goals! Even though Koeman took free kicks and penalties that is a record to behold and i'm sure it outshines many a striker and just to put it into perspective England's very own Peter Crouch has scored 180 goals at club level in 606 appearances! Madness! The Challenge As you've already guessed the challenge is to see what's the highest amount of goals you can get a central defender, can you get close to Koeman's record or maybe even beat it? Rules 1. The player can only play CB 2. No use of the editors or myclub and so on 3. Own formations only 4. No cheating which includes save reloading 5. International goals can count but only goals after the start date count. 6. Only goals at club level under your management count 7. Evidence will be required. The Target Ronald Koeman - Real Life - 253 Leaderboard 1. R.Bazoer - 272 - by BatiGoal 2. 3. 4. 5. Good luck lads!
  7. I created this challenge specifically to break out of the rut of always managing the same club over and over again. (I can't help it: COYS!) The object is to become a one-season miracle worker for each and every club in the Premier League. Attached below you'll see a chart for what constitutes a miracle 2016-17 season (in my opinion) and then an additional bonus you can also earn beyond the miracle season. The rules of this challenge are as follows: 1 - It's not a career challenge - each time you finish a season, you start over entirely. 2 - Set your preferences to no transfer window at start - you play the hand you are dealt. (You can make winter transfers if you want.) I repeat, this one is crucial. No transfer window at start. 3 - You must name yourself Miracle Max. 4 - (Optional) For Southampton and West Ham, winning the Europa League can be substituted for the FA Cup, but you can earn only one bonus point in total for each. After playing each Premier League club one time each (you choose the order), tally up your points. Completing the miracle season is worth 3 points, achieving the bonus is worth 1 additional point. Good luck! (I'll update this post with my own journey through the challenge. Feel free to do so yourself if this challenge interests you.)
  8. The Augusta National Golf Club challenge The golf club at Augusta is one of the most famous sporting venues in the world, and has played host to the Masters every year since 1934. Containing 18 holes of extremely challenging moments, some a lot longer and more challenging than others, I couldn't help but link it to a potential challenge FMM wise. I acknowledge that a vast majority of the site will not be remotely interested in golf (me most of the time included ), however this 22 season long marathon will put your managerial ability to the test, no matter how skillful you think you are. Before I start introducing the challenge, let me establish a few pointers that will be important for the challenge: You start, and stay, as the manager of a Champions League team, in a league which contains 38 games. Yes I'm that fussy. There will be 18 seperate challenges set during the save that all relate to the holes at Augusta. All the holes that have a par score of 3 will be a half season challenge, a par score of 4 will be a season long challenge and a Par 5 will be a two season long challenge. During the challenge you will see the following terms: Par - Every golfer manager will start with a score of 0. If you par a hole then you stay on 0. Birdie - A birdie is something you receive if you do better than par on that hole. You will then be 1 under par for the round (-1). Eagle - 2 under par for the round (-2) Bogey - A bogey is something you receive if you fail to reach the target (par) for that hole. You will then be 1 over par overall (+1) Double Bogey - 2 over par for the round (+2) Confusing enough? Good. Now let's get on with the challenge. Holes 1-9 There. You've reached the end of the front 9. Halfway through. 11 seasons have passed, and hopefully you're currently under par and on the way to a good score. If you're over par then you're in serious trouble, as the next four holes are absolutely brutal and are known worldwide as some of the toughest challenges in the world of golf. Hole 10 By now you would be forgiven for thinking "What have I let myself in for?" Sadly, it doesn't get any easier for the next 3 holes, in fact quite the opposite. Amen Corner is the name given to holes 11, 12 and 13 at Augusta, due to the trickiness of the holes, and usually where most of the action has taken place in the past. Many golfers have seen their Masters dreams crushed during this section of the course. Let's hope you managers don't suffer the same fate, and come out relatively unscathed (not likely). Amen Corner (Holes 11-13) Well, you've reached the end of Amen Corner. Thankfully for you now, it doesn't get any worse. In fact, it gets quite a bit easier in the final 5 holes. Holes 14-18 Congratulations, you've reached the end of Augusta. Now it's time to total up your score. How did you finish? Were you over par in total or under par? Rules Own formations only No unlockables, editors, or outside software Must stay at the same club throughout Either match engine - depends on which way you want to go about it If you get sacked you fail to record a score Have fun Leaderboard: (Completed Saves) / Leaderboad (Saves in Progress) / Can you master Augusta? All pictures from www.masters.com
  9. 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!
  10. 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. 204 pts - AndersJ - Link 2. 3. 4. 5. Goodluck!
  11. Hello and welcome to my latest challenge creation, the BRONZE GENERATION challenge! So, let's begin... In football, we hear the term 'Golden Generation' thrown around a bit. Belgium are said to be having their own GG at the moment, whilst the Spain squad of World Cup 2010 could be classed as a GG aswell. For this challenge though, you have the opposite of a Gooden generation... (insert evil music) The challenge: As a National Team, you can only pick players worth £100,000 or below. This will leave you with a squad of the lowest quality, and will put your managerial credentials to the test. It will be interesting to see how people do at World Cup's with such a poor squad. Rules: Must be a nation with high quality players ( England, France, Spain...) Can only pick players worth £100,000 or below No IGE, Reloading or any of that bad stuff... See below for the 'HARDCORE' version Hardcore version What do we think guys? Gonna have a go? Leave some feedback and get yourself on that leaderboard! Bronze Generation Leaderboard 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.
  12. Life Begins At Thirty Watching the football this afternoon and a stat about Zlatan caught my eye. The almighty Swede has basically scored 232 goals before his 30th birthday and now 250 after. The idea of this challenge is simple, you take a striker under the age of 30 and score as many as possible with him, after his 30th birthday you have to match this score. As strikers seem to last until they're 35-36 years old I'd suggest starting with a striker around 24/5 which should give you the best chance of completion while keeping it interesting (5/6 years each side of 30). I like the fact this challenge is open to a wide range of players while also being that you create your own targets and aims needed to complete it. Example Part One - I take a 25 year old striker and he scores 200 goals before his 30th birthday. Part Two - After his 30th birthday I have until he retires to match the 200 goal target. Rules 1. Own formations only. 2. No unlockables, editors, or outside software. 3. Remember to keep track of the players birthday as the second part starts on this date once he hits 30. 4. Feel free to move clubs/leagues but you must stick to the same player. 5. I've not added an age range as a rule but keep it interesting, no one will want to see you start with a 28 year old etc. 6. Evidence will be required, a career thread for us to follow is recommended. 7. Have fun. Any questions or opinions? Couldn't come up with a good title so open to suggestions. Thanks for reading.
  13. Yes yes I know I posted one earlier, but this one is better ( I think) Welcome to a challenge I have had planned for a while, but never got round to posting. After Claudio Ranieri's unexpected sacking earlier this year, I came up with this idea! Note: As Ranieri didn't win many cups at all, I have adapted a few stages so it is harder Stage 1: You must take over a lower standard Seria A team. Using this team, you must: Secure a 8th or higher placed finish ( Ranieri guided Cagliari to Seria A safety in his time there) Win the Italian Cup Stage 2: Either leave and join another Italian club, or remain at your current one. You must: Secure a top 2 finish in the league Win the Coppa Italia ( Achieved with Fiorentina in 1996) Win the Italian Super Cup Bonus: Go on a 15 match unbeaten run in the league Reach Semi-Finals of a European Competition Stage 3: Resign from your post and search for a club in Spain. With this club, you must: Win the Copa Del Rey ( Achieved with Valencia in 1999) Win the Liga BBVA Bonus: Have full green bars in board confidence ( Ranieri was very popular in Spain) Stage 5: Resign from your post and search for a club in England. With this club, you must: Win the Premier Division Win the FA Cup ( Ranieri reached the final with Chelsea in the 2002/03 season) Decrease the average age of the squad ( one of Ranieri's objectives with Chelsea) Reach a European Final Achieve over 80 points in a season Stage 6: Resign from your post and search for a club in Spain. With this club, you must: Win the Champions League Win the European Super Cup ( Ranieri achieved this with Valencia in the 2004/05 season) Stage 7: Resign from your current post and search for a club in Italy. With this club, you must: Win the Serie A twice Win the Italian Cup ( Ranieri was beaten in the semi final by Lazio) Win the Italian Super Cup Reach the Champions League Final Stage 8: Resign from your current post, and search for a club in France. With this club, you must: Win Ligue 1 (Ranieri was a runner up with Monaco) Win the French Cup Bonus Take control of a National team, and win a competition Stage 9 (Final Stage) Resign from your current post, then search for a job in England. With your new club, you must: Take control of a relegation threatened team Win the Premier Division Win BPL MOTY Finished! This is a long challenge, but will definitely be fun! Rules All standard challenge rules have fun! Please leave feedback/ a comment, and let me know if you are having a go! Cheers!
  14. (+) £1,000,000 Striker VS (-) £10,000 striker Hi guys, I've been away for a while but I'm back now and hopefully going to post more content! This is a challenge I thought would be cool and saw something like this on the vibe twitter page, I just made it into a challenge. There is only a top 3 on the leaderboard. The Aim The aim of this challenge is to first become a manager of any team of your choice and score as many goals with any striker OVER or exactly £1,000,000. You can choice any striker and have to stay with them till they retire, This is going to be a long challenge so choice wisely. Once the player retires you can move to a new club or stay at the one you are currently at, Your choice. You can only buy a striker UNDER £10,000 and must try and score over the amount of goals you scored with your original striker. Good luck and once you have completed the challenge you'll be added to a leaderboard as a special prize! Rules 1. No unlockable 2. No double tapping if you lose a game 3. Screen shots for proof or make a thread which is always fun 4. Your own formation only Leaderboard 1. 1st striker goal count - 2nd striker goal count 2. 1st striker goal count - 2nd striker goal count 3. 1st striker goal count - 2nd striker goal count
  15. The Coefficients

    Hello all and welcome to my first proper post in a few days. Today, I showcase an adaption of a challenge which has crossed my mind several times, with me even about to do it before the idea for my Journey Save ( which could be updated in the week due to technical difficulties ) came along. So, let's begin, shall we? The challenge: The UEFA Coefficients were a great addition to the game, and they are where the basis of this challenge come from. The Coefficients top 3: Spain 84.856 Germany 64.927 England 61.034 Load a game, starting in one of these three countries. Your challenge is to raise one of the following countries coefficient ratings as high as possible: Country/Coefficient Italy 59.082 France 42.249 Portugal 41.249 Belgium 29.900 Turkey 29.500 Holland 21.963 Rules: Database must be: Chosen country from top three, chosen country to rise ranking, other, other All usual rules This is scored on the difference in rating of your chosen country. What do you think guys? Gonna give it a go? Any questions? Thanks for reading and please leave feedback/a comment!
  16. I know, they don't give out championship rings in football. No matter! This challenge is schematically simple: in a single career, win each of 10 possible competitions: Domestically: 1 - League Title 2 - Major domestic cup (i.e., FA Cup, Copa del Rey, etc) 3 - Secondary cup (League Cup, for example--of course, not all leagues have a secondary cup) 4 - Winners face off cup (Community Shield, for example) International club cups: 5 - Europa League 6 - Champions League* 7 - European Super Cup 8 - Club World Cup International cups 9 - The World Cup 10 - The Euros* * - Or the Australian equivalents--Asian Champions League and the Asian Cup. Thats it! I'm not really keeping score, but you can consider "fewest years to complete" as the first "tie-breaker" and "most different clubs/national teams" as the second "tie-breaker." For example, some who completed the challenge in 5 years is above someone who did it in 6. If two people do it in five years, then the one who got the most different clubs/national teams to get a trophy (count each club/national team only once). edit to add: as noted below, Australia has a post-season knock-out tournament. I believe Poland has one as well. That could be the 11th ring if you really wanted to win one of everything. Enjoy!
  17. Hey guys and welcome to my latest challenge. After briefly reading Ashez 'Perspectives Of Play' Thread ( here is the link! I have decided to post an Assistant Challenge! Over the years, assistants have been influential to the success of managers. Here, it's time to show this is correct... Assistant Manager Challenge... Checklist for the perfect assistant ( Rules) Tactics/Team Selection The Assistant must help with the team selection. For this rule, when on squad screen, you must click the 'Pick Team' from Actions. After the team is picked, you can only make 3 CHANGES to the team the 'Manager' picks each game. The starting tactic can be changed once per season also by the Assistant. Transfers/Scouting The Assistant must help with recruitment. For this rule, you can scout 4 players, and add them to the shortlist. In the transfer window, holiday for a week 3 times and select 'Assistant Buys from Shortlist' this will show if the manager approves of your scouting skills. Training/Staff The Assistamt must help with Training, and help me pick the right staff for the job. For this rule, you can make 2 changes to the staff team at the club, and can make 2 changes to each training regime. Disciplinary Assistant must help with disciplining the playing staff. For this rule, you must discipline players, failure to do so may see the manager angry! Rules All of the above Start Unemployed, build up your assistant profile If wanted, a points system will be implemented All standard challenge rules. Bonus Be like Rui Faria and follow a certain managers footsteps! What do we think guys? Any other Assistant responsibilities you want to see? I hope somebody gives this a go, and thanks for reading!
  18. Hi Guys! So while looking through the Challenge archives I have come across a few goalscoring challenges, so here is a very simple, but challenging one! Main Objective Have your chose Striker score 30 Goals ( or more) against all Premier League teams at the start of the game. Fairly simple right? Rules Try to score as many as possible, if you can't get it against all teams, do as many as you can! (This could be hard with teams like Sunderland getting repeatedly relegated) No IGE, No reloading and all other challenge rules. Leaderboards available! Good luck!
  19. Hey guys and welcome to my newest challenge, which is based on the prolific BBC partnership! For this challenge, you must load France, Portugal, Wales and any other league of your choice. Note: These stages can be completed with a player from any position, but must be that countries nationality, except Stage 4 Challenge You must go to each country, picking up a striker and equalling or bettering the players goal record from that country! Start in Portugal: In Portugal, you must beat Ronaldo's goals scored since the forming of BBC, which, as of last season, stands at 114 goals. Take any amount of time to complete this. This stage must be Completed with a Portuguese player. When completed, resign, and move to stage 2 Stage 2 Move to France In France, you must better Karim Benzema's record of 56 goals since BBC formed. For this stage, you must complete it with a French player. When completed, resign and move to stage 3 Stage 3 Move to Wales In Wales, you must better Gareth Bale's scoring record of 47 goals since BBC formed. You must complete this with a Welsh player. Once completed, move to the bonus round... Bonus Round Move to a club in Spain Bring all three of you previous players, Your Portuguese, French and Welsh players, and score 63 goals in a season. BBC achieved this in their first season together, how long will it take you? Thanks for reading guys, please leave some feedback and I hope someone has a go! If not it may need to be me who does it first!
  20. 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. 2. 3. 4. 5.
  21. Red card challenge

    Bit of a random one - But i've just seen on a post someone got 5 red cards in one match... I want to know the best way to get red cards in one match!! I want to see how many i can get in one game and see if you get a certain amount of red cards the game gets called off! Best way to get loads of red cards please!
  22. Introduction This is my first challenge so go easy on me haha! Being a born Liverpool fan i felt this was a challenge that i could actually stick with, and with the great mans retirement and the fact i haven't seen another challenge for him i felt this was the perfect time to start one. The Challenge We all know the name, weather you love him, hate him or just love the laugh of him slipping I'm sure we can all agree he has been one of the best players of his generation. The challenge is to replicate/better this mans career: 1. Load up England and any other countries that you wish. 2. Start a save with Liverpool and sign a midfielder from your youth academy ( this must be from your youth academy and not from the transfer list/other academy ). 3. You have a maximum of 17 seasons to reach the following goals: Trophies 2x FA cup 3x League cup/Carling cup 1x Community Shield 2x European Trophies ( at least 1 Champions League ) 1x UEFA Super Cup Goals 120 League Goals 15 FA Cup Goals 9 League Cup Goals 41 European Goals 21 International Goals ( this is optional ) 4. If you wish to make it even better than win the elusive premier league and come in the top 2 players of the year award at least once. 5. All usual challenge rules apply, player must play in midfield never a striker ( can play AMC ), own formations, no reloading, no unlockables etc. Good luck and please leave any feedback, advice or questions as im sure there will be a few mistakes in this as its my first challenge.
  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. At this stage of the year, most FMM players have explored pretty much everything there is to explore, from taking FC United of Manchester to the Prem, to winning the ECL with a Polish team. So what do we do? We look for challenges to keep things interesting. After long deliberation, I came up with one: You must select the Scottish, Holland, Spanish, and Welsh leagues for this challenge. Start in Scotland. Choose whatever team you like. Play the game as normal, except for one thing. The major twist: You have to use as many defenders as the amount of stars the league has. So for Wales, it is 2 stars, therefore you have to use 2 defenders max (excluding defensive midfielders). Scotland is 3 defenders, Holland 4 and Spain 5. To make things even harder, you must sell your highest value player. You can spend up to 3 seasons per league, but 3 seasons max. Good luck and have fun
  25. The Atletico Madrid Challenge Atletico Madrid have an amazing knack of producing some of Europe's most desired strikers, in recent years they've produced and/or signed an amazing line of super star strikers including Fernando Torres, Sergio Aguero, Diego Forlan, Falcao and most recently Diego Costa. Many clubs have looked on in wonder as Atletico have managed to sell on their prized assets yet replace them with ease, can you match this feat? The Challenge 1.Starting with Atletico and a striker already at the club you must score 30+ goals in a single season then demote and sell the striker. 2. Now you must sign a replacement for the talented forward. 3. Your replacement must now go on to score 30+ goals in a single season 4. Once the season is finished and he has his 30+ goals you must demote and sell the player 5. You now sign a replacement....Rinse and repeat. In Short Your striker must score 30+ a season, if he fails the challenge is over. If you manage to score 30+ goals you demote and sell the striker and find someone else to once again score 30+ goals. This continues until you fail or have enough. The Rules 1. If a player fails to break 30 the challenge is over. 2. Screen shots must be used as evidence, ideally a career would be posted in the careers section for us to follow. 3. Own formations only 4. No cheats, glitches, unlockables (outside ones unlocked in the save) or editing of the game in any way (save editor/change texts) 5. Have fun Leader Board - The Amount Of Players You Managed To Break 30 Goals: