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  1. We don’t bother with men on the posts 🤷🏼‍♂️
  2. Was it not ? Raith deserved the points but I don’t think many would agree with you that the final score reflected the chances created by the teams over the 90 mins. Nup, McKee is to blame there. You're right that he got a touch to the ball but had he been in a better position he'd heave cleared it comfortably so saying he got a touch to it only makes it worse. He close enough to Duku initially that he literally has a hand on him. Instead of staying that tight he drifts away from him. He then gets needlessly closer to our own defender rather than the attacker and the goal is the result. Why he doesn't stick with the attacker until the ball is cleared is beyond me. It's lazy defending on his part and it's exactly the same as the goal he cost us last week. You said he had a free header which isn’t true, I would say it’s unfortunate that McKee gets something on the header and it bounces off the attackers head and in.
  3. Those goals really are absolutely awful from our point of view. First one, McCabe fails to track his man but I'd blame Buchanan almost as much. He's marking no one. You could argue his man is Duku but he's nowhere near him either. That ball could have just as easily ended in the net if it was passed to the right. Second goal, McKee (for the second week running) fails to mark his man and it's a free header. Third, McCabe looks like he should be tracking him again and once more Buchanan is in no man's land. Trying to play the offside trap or just couldn't be fucked running anymore. Appalling regardless. The fourth is possibly the worst on of the lot. The midfield is nonexistent and the closest man in the middle of the park to the attacker is our RB ffs! Ayo takes all the credit for no. 5. Just atrocious defensively but not all down to the actual defenders. The midfield need to start doing their job correctly as well. The second goal watch closely again, McKee gets his head to the ball first but it lands kindly on to the head of striker and Ferguson can’t quite reach it.
  4. The fifth goal is embarrassing from Ferguson after Ayos howler. He obviously expects the attacker to go across the goal but he kind of in shitebag style Manages to make himself paper thin, turns side on and sticks a foot out.
  5. I don’t feel quite as bad after watching the highlights as I did @4.45 yesterday. The second Raith goal was very fortunate, McKee winning the header and planting it straight on to the strikers head and beyond Ferguson. We had some great chances in the second half that a combination of poor finishing, woodwork and clearances off the line made the scoreline a little wider than the play possibly deserved. The first half was pretty much one way traffic for the majority so on the whole we probably didn’t deserve anything points wise but 5-2 was a bit flattering for Raith. We badly need at least two centre backs in, if Ayo wants to play some football I wouldn’t be totally against seeing him moving in to a deep lying midfield role which in turn might give us some some badly needed bite in there. Given how little bite he showed yesterday at centre half I’m not so sure It would work. McKee and McCabe as a pairing doesn’t work so let’s not ever make that mistake again, Pybus adds a bit more energy but zero quality on the ball. Looking like a long season ahead.
  6. I’m sure we wouldn’t be losing as many goals because of players being lazy and losing their men if they thought they were going in to a locked dressing room with a prime Roy Keane. After that second goal on Saturday the changing room would have resembled a royal rumble.
  7. Yeah but failed to book the Ayr player who gave away the first penalty. Buchanan looked to have a tap in from a few yards and hauled down.
  8. I’m not 100% sure how we have managed to get Ayo, he looks a very good player at this level. Good in the air, rarely seems to be caught out of position and for a centre back looks outstanding with the ball at his feet. The only negative player performance wise last night for me would be how little Harry Robinson showed before being hooked about 25 minutes too late. Hope he can turn it round but so far it looks like he will struggle at this level.
  9. Broony88

    FM 2020

    Those are rookie numbers....
  10. Broony88

    FM 2020

    So will likely do this one division at a time and will start with my club then go alphabetical order. So I’m going to do club name, stadium, avg attendance for 2034/35, finishing position 2034/35, highest finishing position since 2019/20, current top earner and their wage, key player and value, value of club, current manager, notable previous managers if any and notable achievement if any. CELTIC Celtic park 65,161 avg attendance 64,919 2034/35 1st in Premiership 1st in Premiership. Severi Ala-Hukkala £235,000 a week. Yannick Schultze 23 year old German 41 caps/30 goals. £53 million. back to back champions league wins 2029/30 and 2030/31. Club world champions 2033 (new format) estimated value £1.21 billion. ABERDEEN Kingsford Stadium 20,000 avg attendance 15,519 2034/45 9th in Premiership 2021/22 4th in premiership Lasse Ervesti £16,000 Karl sims £4.4 million 23 year old English left winger. no caps at any level runners up in one Scottish cup (2020/21) and two betfreds (2022/23 and 2034/35) manager - Murray Paterson 42 regen manager previously with at Motherwell and Dunfermline. notable former managers - where to start... Stuart McCall, Craig Levein, David Hopkin, Gary Holt, Jack Ross, Paul Gallagher (Ex Preston striker), Steven Jovetic (lasted 201 days), Gary Medel and finally Darren Ferguson. 11 managers in 16 seasons. estimated value £57 million. COWDENBEATH Central Park 4,309 avg attendance 3,330 2034/35 12th in premiership 2034/35 12th in premiership £3,300 Sem de Konig Roddy Gray 23 year old striker worth £450k who was capped at under 20 level. Scored 78 goals in 228 games. The biggest jump in leagues from league 2 to premier league. 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 current manager - Steven Jovetic (his 5th Scottish gig) notable former managers - Mark Wilson and Conor Hourihane did most of the good work gaining promotions. estimated value £5.5 million. FALKIRK The Alex Totten stadium 19,513 Avg att 7,491 (moved to new stadium this season, got 16,000 for first game) 2034/3511th in premiership (won playoff) 2031/32 5th in premiership £9,500 Alcides Mendez Paul Wright attacking midfielder worth £675k who was capped 33 times for Scotland u21’s scoring 5 times. Came through the Hibs academy and played over 300 times for Hibs. Falkirk signed him for £1.3 million. Played in Europe 2032/33 season through league finish. Did the Tunnocks caramel wafer cup and championship double in 2024/25. current manager - Liam Bramley, strange appointment as this is his first managerial role at the age of 48. Former youth coach at Newcastle and Chelsea. notable former managers - Stuart McCall has been here too as has Paul Gallagher and Darren Ferguson, David Bates was sacked last season as was his successor Diego Demme who lasted 133 days. estimated value £12.25 million (loan debt £23.5 million) HAMILTON Fountain of Youth stadium 8,754 Avg att 7,601 2034/35 6th in premiership 2030/31 2nd In premiership Aidan Conroy £9,500 Dylan McAdams 29 year old striker, this is the hero of the accies. Came through the academy and has stayed with them since. 2 caps for Scotland and 1 goal he has done the business for over 10 seasons now. 177 goals in 483 games and worth £8.5 million. current manager - Matthew Jones, 54 year old Welshman previously at Swansea and Burton. notable former managers - Alex Neil took over from Brian Rice in 2021 and stayed for 10 years. Steven Jovetic took over but only lasted 346 days before being sacked, replaced by Gary Medel who left to take over at reading. Their second placed finish brought about champions league football but unfortunately they didn’t make it out the group stage. estimated value £24 million ( loan debt £3 million) HEARTS Tynecastle 20,099 avg att - 20,039 2034/35 4th in premiership 4x runners up in the premiership 2020/21,21/22,31/32 and 33/34. Tony Thomas £25,500 Adam Nisbet 24 year old Scottish striker. 14 u21 caps finding the net 6 times. Pretty good all round striker worth £11.25 million. Spend a season on Loan in Bulgaria with Levski. 63 goals in 191 games. current manager - 1998 Scottish cup winner as a player Colin Cameron. 62 years old now and previously been with Airdrie, St Johnstone, Motherwell, St Mirren and Swansea. notable former managers - Daniel Stendel lasted 6 years before going to Rangers. Paulo Sousa was replaced by Andre Villas-Boas who was sacked after 1 year, Jovetic was next before John Robertson who lasted 124 days 🤷🏻‍♂️, Alex Neil was only at the club 287 days before leaving. Couple more sackings before Colin Cameron returned. Gave Aberdeen a run for their money with 10 managers. Two Scottish cup wins in 2025/26 and 2032/33. A betfred cup in 2022/23. Runners up in the euro cup II in 2029/30 estimated value £365 million ( loan debt £56 million) HIBS Easter Road 25,000 avg att - 23,265 2034/35 3rd in premiership. 2022/23 2nd in premiership. £32,000 Fabrice Fabre Fabrice Fabre £22 million pound rated centre back, signed from spurs for £10 million after spending last season on loan. 34 caps for France u21’s and looks a nice piece of business. His first spell in Scotland came 5 years earlier when he spent a season on loan in the championship with Queen’s Park. current manager - Daniel Farke came straight from Norwich, been here 11 seasons. notable former managers - so Dick Campbell replaces Jack Ross early doors and was replaced by Neil Lennon. No strikers were harmed and he was sacked and replaced by a legend of the game in Jurgen Klinsmann. Farke replaced him and has been there ever since. Reached the last 16 of the champions league two years running which has improved finances no end. Runners up in the euro cup in 2032/33 season, and winners of the euro cup II in 2031/32. Two betfred cup wins in 2023/24 and 2024/25. Scottish cup winners in 2033/34. estimated value £400 million KILMARNOCK Rugby Park 18,128 avg att - 10,067 2034/35 7th in premiership. 2019/20 4th in premiership. Andrew Spickett £6,250. Adam Hakeem 23 year old English left back, arrived last season on a free from West Brom. Worth £925k. current manager - Callum McGregor after a couple of spells as a youth coach at Aston Villa and Man City took up the Killie job two years ago. notable former managers - another absolute mess of a club. David Moyes was first up and lasted 242 days, Graeme “handstands” Murty lasted just over a year, a few managers later including John Robertson he was replaced by Laurent Koscielny who stayed just over a year. Neil Lennon was next but got the chop after 312 days. Two more manager before McGregor makes the Killie manager total to 12. won the Scottish cup in 2019/20 and a runner up in the betfred cup in 2026/27 is the best that they have managed . estimated value £11 million MOTHERWELL Fir Park 13,677 avg att - 10,472 2034/35 10th in premiership 2026/27 5th in premier league. Brad Barlow £5,750 Keith Concannon-Warmer (oooooft). 24 year old £5.5 million rated left midfielder from England, signed on a free from Aston Villa in 2032/33. Can also play left back but doesn’t look up to much. current manager - Mark Wilson after some good work at Brechin (15 seasons in the job and left them in the championship) he went to Cowdenbeath where he continued that good work. Left Cowdenbeath to join Motherwell after relegation back to the championship. former notable managers - Jim Goodwin replaced Stephen Robinson in 2021 and lasted a couple of seasons. Neil Lennon has a brief spell as did Michael Beale (current assistant to Stevie G). Next up was Peter Grant who got the bullet and was replaced with Colin Cameron. Derek Adams, David Mcracken and Lee Miller also had spells in the job. couple of relegations have allowed them to win the championship and challenge cup on two occasions but that aside it’s been a betfred runner up spot in 2024/25 that is the highlight. One venture to Europe off the back of league position but that’s it. estimated value £29 million PARTICK THISTLE Firhill 10,102 avg att - 8,938 2034/35 8th in premiership. 2033/34 6th in premiership Sam Burton £6,750 Hamish Henderson £1.7 million rated left midfielder, 16 u21 caps for Scotland with 4 goals. Spent some time with Inverness Caley, Motherwell and Hamilton before ending up at Firhill. current manager - Marco Verratti played on until he was 36 and hung up his boots in Spain with Deportivo. First venture in to management. notable former managers - Steven Pressley replaced Ian McCall early on. Peter Grant, Gary Holt, Tommy Wright have all been in the dugout. Conor Hourihane also had another successful spell here guiding them to that solid 6th place finish. He is now doing well with Huddersfield in the English championship. two challenge cups and a championship title in 2030/31 are the only trophies that have been won. Another club to represent Scotland in Europe. estimated value £33 million RANGERS Ibrox 50,817 avg att 48,917 2034/35 2nd in premiership 10x runner up in the premiership. Jakov Miletic £92,000 Tammo Tauer £20.5 million rated centre back. 26 caps for Germany. A £14.5 million pound signing two summers ago from Bayern. He only played 16 games in the league last season. Injury plagued his first season. current manager - Julian Nagelsman arrived at Ibrox in April 2034 after spending 14 seasons with RB Leipzig. notable former managers - Murty replaced Gerrard for a year before being sacked. He was replaced by Eusebio Di Francesco who lasted almost 5 years. Stendel arrived and had a successful spell and fled for Chelsea. Julen Lopetegui came in before Julian Nagelsmann. Between May and August every year social media is rife with statements that 55 is coming but it still hasn’t arrived much to the annoyance of the rangers fans. They have had some success in the cups winning the betfred cup 3 times and the Scottish cup once. No european trophies but have made the last 16 of the champions league twice now which has seen a sharp increase in funds available. estimated value £470 million ST MIRREN The Simple Digital Arena 10,000 avg att - 9,317 2034/35 5th in premiership 2032/33 4th in premiership. Domwa Zome £10,000 Kevin Wing is a 24 year old striker from England who was capped at under 19 level. Currently worth £5.25 million he arrived on a free transfer from Crystal Palace. Palace signed him for £4 million from Sunderland back in 2029/30 so they have got a good player for free. current manager - Nestor el Maestro 52 year old Serbian,a bit of a journeyman and was reserve manager at Kilmarnock in 2028 before heading south to Morcambe. Arrived at St Mirren via a three year spell in charge of Dundee. notable former managers - Paul Lambert had a 318 day spell after Jim Goodwin was sacked. Jaap Stam came in and was there for two years before being replaced again by the returning Jim Goodwin. He didn’t last a year and was replaced by Phil Neville, Derek Adams was next in the dugout and he would eventually end up at Ross county a remarkable 5 times in his managerial career. Colin Cameron spent a good four and a bit years at the club before joining Hearts. estimated value £39million (loan debt £24.5 million) Last for just now is CLYDE Broadwood 8,086 avg att- 1,000 2034/35 - 6th in League 1 2032/33 10th in championship. Anton Hendry £875 Tommy Bassey is a 27 year old striker worth £70k. Has scored 37 goals in 174 career games, started his career down at Millwall. Freed by Inverness Caley he signed for Clyde for their season in the championship but only managed 4 goals in 35 league games. The following season back in league one he managed 6 in 30 games. I have started the 2035/36 season and he has 3 in 3 so maybe starting to show his worth. current manager - Gary MacKenzie just arrived at Xmas last season has been assistant manager more than anything else including a spell at Leeds. This is his first gig as a manager. Former notable managers - Gary Naysmith replaced Danny Lennon on the 9th of March 2023 and stayed for 2 years before leaving for Ayr United. Laurie Ellis was next for just over a year and replaced with ex motherwell manager Stephen Robinson. He stayed for almost 4 years before being sacked and replaced with Ian McCall. Next up was Chris Millar who delivered the title winning season. estimated value £250k
  11. Broony88

    FM 2020

    Noticed a strange transfer this morning, Dunfermline who are 3rd in the championship just paid Aberdeen (9th in premiership) £3 million for a 17 year old regen who on the face of it looks murder.On further investigation they are worth £59 million as a club which is more than 6/7 premier league sides and 6xthe worth of Killie who are currently in the top 6. Must have a sugar daddy owned but finances just say secure. They produced an absolutely brilliant left back in 2022 who they sold for 2 million back in 2025/26 to Watford. He is now valued at £19.75 million and has 63 caps for Northern Ireland. Now wondering what the f**k my scouts were doing when this guy was under our noses. I’m really invested in this save and I’m not sure if anyone will care or not but think I might post every club in Scotland’s current manager and current position and then best position over the past 16 seasons. More for my self but thought all you fm addicts would be interested...maybe. If anyone wants anything apart from what I said above just ask.
  12. Broony88

    FM 2020

    Played a season and a bit since last update. Alloa made it to the premier league it went straight back down with a record low points total. 8 points. Two wins both at home to motherwell and two draws 1-1 at home to Falkirk and 1-1 away to Hamilton. They are now rock bottom of the championship after the first quarter. They have been replaced in the premiership by Cowdenbeath, I had the pleasure of visiting them on the opening day. The flag unfurling was a thing of beauty through the cage. I pumped them 5-0 and sent the blue Brazil fans home thinking they might not beat Alloa’s points total. They could be right as they only have 4 points after 8 games the same as Alloa. Alloa didn’t pick up another point before the split. Scottish teams in Champions league are ripping it up, four teams in this seasons competition are Celtic, Rangers, Hibs and Hearts. Opening two match days have seen Celtic beat Liverpool 5-3 at home and Seville 3-0 away with Inter Milan the other team. Rangers beat Porto away 1-0 and Man Utd 2-0 at Ibrox and Hamburg still to play. Hearts beat Monaco 4-0 at home and then got a good away point at Feyenoord with Arsenal finishing off that group. Hibs have by far the easiest group they beat Fc Kobenhaven 2-0 at home then went to slovan Liberec and won 5-0 final team in that Group is Real Madrid who actually beat Hibs in the last 16 last season last season. I say beat it was more like an assault, 9-2 on agg. Rangers went out 8-2 on agg to Man City at the same stage. Celtic managed the semis before a 6-0 pumping at Anfield saw them lose 7-4 on agg. St Mirren dropped into UEFA cup and were beaten by Eintracht Frankfurt in the last 16. I now have a 33 year old Phil Foden as my only non regen in my squad, Ajer retired after making 472 appearances at the end of the 2033/34 season. I have got the club back on a sound financial footing after doing some wheeling and dealing. My whole starting 11 is 4 and a half stars or 5 which helps domestically, but really want another few champions league wins before I move on club or new save wise. I want to resign and try to get the queen of the south job who are languishing in league 2. That would be a nice way to end the save.
  13. Broony88

    FM 2020

    Has to be scudding them constantly, not playing them would be shit after a while. I beat Rangers 6-0 at Ibrox and I think I could hear my laptop boooing.
  14. Broony88

    FM 2020

    Stendel has just got the Bayern job, this game is high. St Mirren are in the champions league too.
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