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England / England 1st XI
« on: May 23, 2018, 02:02:47 PM »
The following are all the English LA10 and better players Age 22-25

#   Pos   Name          Age   Club   LA   PR
2   D C   Rhett Causer   24   Theater-I-Of-I-Dream   11   1
8   F C   Grosvenor Tatham 24   CS BACAU   10   1
11   M C   Malcom Emerson 22   Salernitana UtD   10   2
13   M C   Cairo Harrelson   22   Benfica de Famalicao   10   2
14   F C   Chip Weaver   23   ?????????????   10   1
17   M R,AM R   Benny Wallace 23 cyclonefc   10   1
18   AM C   Austyn Ward   22   SuCk-itFC   10   1
19   F C   Barry Bennet   25   ROMANAmente   10   1
20   M C   Isiah Hackett   22   Furie Rosse   10   3
21   D L   Aubrey Stack   23   Theater-I-Of-I-Dream   10   1
23   D C   Monroe Rollins   22   Benfica de Famalicao   10   2
24   D C   Justin Shakesheave 22 Benfica de Famalicao   10   2
1   GK   Walker Bird   21   Bair   10   4

General Discussion(English Only) / World Cup IV (s10)
« on: April 19, 2014, 10:36:58 PM »
Hi Guys

We have often said that it would great for GKO to show stats for World Cups - so here they are

Golden Boot Award (goals)

For Information: Ratio = Goals / Shots

Chang Yin
Tingfeng Sang
Branden Timothyson 
Grgur Tucakovi?
Maciej Szweda
Brent Earls
Henrik Dahl
Kosta Zahariev
Burapa Winothai
Alberto Pavia
Tomek G?ska
Jingguo Hext

United States
Bosnia and H.. 



updated after Final

England / Experiment
« on: April 19, 2014, 10:07:40 PM »

Player Transfer Ads / Players for sale, young and experienced (LA7 - 10)
« on: September 27, 2013, 11:24:51 AM »
Section A  Players who can help your team now

DR/ DMR Najib Totah 7/8/1 - level 60,  UPM 65, UZM 68, Price - 1.0m
DC Gileth Hawkins 8/10/1 - level 64,  UZM 67,Price - 3.2m - currently on Loan
AML Halvard Holm 7/9/3 - level 60 Price - 3.2m
FC Ryker Jordan 8/10/1 - level 64 Price - 4.0m currently on Loan
DMC Herluf Laundsen 8/10/1 - level 63 Price - 2.9m
I will listen to offers - drop me a personal message.

Not all players are on the market at the same time - drop me personal message if you are interested in one

England / England XI seasons 9 & 10
« on: August 18, 2013, 11:48:36 PM »
Hi everyone I want to use this forum for us to discuss all things to do with the England first team and for me to let you know what is going on with the squad. I will be very open in my first season of frieindlies but will me more gaurded next season as I am sure it won't take our opponents long to find tihs topic/

I made three election pledges that I will attempt to live up to:

1) I have got some proven success in GKO so I know something about winning games. I won 4 sucessive minor league titles followed by two top 3 finishes in the Premier league, qualification from the group stages of the WCL and I won the Cup this season.

2). I promise to be dedicated to Englands success and not Leeds.   I wont be picking many Leeds players, I will put in a fair amount time to managing the team and I will work hand in hand with the U-21 manager (not sure exactly what this means as yet but for example I will give Hecc first pick on all legible players  in this U-21 Championship season)

3. I undertake to try and involve the whole England community in the running of the team so that we all can all feel part of the set-up and be proud of the success.     I promise to  communicate regularly with everyone to explain the selection strategy (similarly to what Hecc has done for U-21s) and I will also allocate jobs to volunteers to help with scouting of our players and opposition teams.

and now I offert three more

4.  I set myself the objective of taking England to the semi-finals of next years world cup. It will take a lot of planning, hard work and good luck in avoidng the top teams but I we will do our best.

5. England our currently raked 20th in the world I will try to take us into the top 15.

6. I only plan to do this job for two seasons. I know there lots of other good English managers who desrve a chance.

England / Vote for England Manager - Season 9
« on: August 13, 2013, 08:36:17 PM »
Hi All

Lets use this topic for prospective England Managers to sell their manifestoes and for everyone else to challenge and discuss.

Tips and Tricks (English Only) / Youth Camps -the facts
« on: April 05, 2013, 08:44:20 AM »
Hi All

There is a lot of confusion around the new Youth Camps and none of us can really know the best way to use them. So my idea is that we all start collating evidence about the camps in this topic.

See Admins actual explanation here:

First, the salient points are:

1 - The more money invested in a country (by all clubs) the higher the quality of players
2 - The better players will choose to go the clubs who invest the most.
3 -  Every club with a youth camp should get 2 new players per season (one around the half way and one at the end)
4  - We have no idea yet about the quality of players we will get for different levels of investment. 

Secondly what we know from the the first round of players:5- We have now been told by Admin that for the second round of players: countries with low investments will get materially worse players than in the first round.

Continued in next post.


England / Manifestos for England U-21s (S8)
« on: April 03, 2013, 08:10:41 PM »
Hi Guys - uses this forum to sell your applications for the England U21 post.

I can see that some excellent managers have put their names forward and l look forward to hearing from them but as the current manager is reapplying I see no reason why we should vote for anyone else.

Hecc did a great job for us last time around, not only did he get us into the finals but he also steered us through to the group stages and into the knock-outs. With two top league titles and two cup titles to his name he is the most accomplished English coach in the game.

Hecc also set a new benchmark for communication with us. He was very clear about the quality of players he wanted and what condition they needed to  be in. He also explained why players were dropped.

Hecc wants to stay in charge of the England U-21s so that he can continue the development of our best players - I say: give him the chance!


England / Season 6 - Who will win the championship race?
« on: October 12, 2012, 01:02:58 AM »
Our English Top League has had some great finales over the last few seasons and in this respect Season 6 is no different. The difference this time is that in my opinion the title is being contested by three teams with genuine claims to be the best in England. I will now examine the credentials and assess the strength of thier respective title challenges.

Please note this is just my view, based on the information available to any user. I have no special insights and mean to cause no offence with my comments. If anyone does take offence please dont shout about it here - just go out and prove me wrong!

1. Manager's Pedigree

Liverpooh- Cocobronco's team are currently sitting top of the pile and are pushing for their 4th consecutive title, having won titles in B2,C9 and D12. They are the current holders of the national cup (cruisng past my team in the semis - the rotters!) and also finished runners-up in season 3.  Rating 9

Maggica Roma - Ermejo has been a personal inspiration to me ever since he was kind enough to play friendlies against me when I first started out. I have watched him move up the leagues while devloping some excellent young players and building the  largest stadium in the country. He won titles in C8 and D15 with a further runners-up medal in B1. Rating 7

Devil Hell - Hecc is probably the most successful English manager in GKO, he won the English top prize last season at the first time of asking after battling his way up from D5 in the course of which he won the national cup twice (S2 and S3) and also finished runner up (S4). He has never finshed outside of the top 2 in any division and has made a great start to managing England U21s. Rating 10.


2. The Title Run-in

Liverpooh                    Maggica Roma            Devils Hell

Robotic Utd (a)                                  Amazing Thailand (a)                 Spirit FC (h)
Gidoo (h)                                           Devil Hell (h)                             Maggica Roma (a)
Wolfskin (a)                                       Sandy Utd (h)                            Xe Palm (h)
The Gunner (h)                                   Xe Palm (a)                              Sandy Utd (a)
Xe Palm (h)                                        The Gunner (h)                         Wolfskin(a)

Red indicates potentially difficult matches

Liverpooh - on the face of it appear to have the easier of the run-ins but they are still fighting to hold onto the national Cup where as their rivals are concentrating on the league - rating 9

Maggica Roma - have the hardest run-in although they also have the opportunity to land a telling blow on Devil Hell's hopes when the later come to  visit the huge Roma Arena. - rating 7.

Devil Hell - have a quite a tricky run-in with two very difficult away matches. rating 8

3. Squad Strength

Liverpooh - 12 players valued 400,000 or more and 1 player valued 600,00 or more.

Best Defender - Jeffery Walsh (DMC) The 27yr old enforcer of this very talented squad. It is scandellous that he has been overlooked in the Albanian national team. This season he has scored 2 goals, made 4 assists, won 1 mom and has an average rating of 7.11

Best Attcker -  Kiefer Frank (AMC) Based on stats the 22 year old is surely the best player in England, he has 19 full caps but ridiculously most of them from the bench, he will surely benefit next season when a new manager takes over international duties. His stats this season are 37 goals, 27 assists,19 moms and an average rating of 8.04. Incredible reading and I can assure you he is no one season wonder either.
Overall Squad Rating - Not as strong in depth as their rivals but they do have the best player Kiefer Frank - rating 9

Maggica Roma 16 players valued at 400,000 or more and 3 players vslued at 600,000 or more.

Best Defender - Antioco Nicosia (DR) - the 19 year old has 5 U-21 caps for Italy and this seson he has scored 3 goals, made 3 assists, won 2 moms and has an average rating of 6.31.

Best Attacker - Timmy Thomson (FC) - the 19 year old is arguably the best U-21 in England (highest value anyway), he has scored 2 goals in 4 appearences for England U-21s. For his club he has been sensational: scoring 12 goals, wining 1 mom and an average rating of 7.23. Crucially he has picked up a nast injury that may rule him out for the season, I'm sure ermejo will do all he can to get him back sooner.

Overall Squad rating - Surely the best young squad and perhaps deepest but they are carrying no less than 5 injuries and perhaps lack a little in experience. Rating 7.

Devil Hell -  14 players values at 400,000 or more and 3 of which at 600,000 or more.

Best Defender - Addison Pelley (DR) - the 20 year old England U-21 player has this season scored 3 goals, made 5 assists, won 3 moms and has an average rating of 7.41

Best Attacker - Walker Traver (AML) - the 27 year old is having a fantastic season he has socred 12 goals, made 12 assists, won 11 moms and has an average rating of 7.32

Overall Squad. Hecc has depth, youth and experience in his squad - rating 9

Overall Assessment

1. Liverpooh               27 rating points
2. Devil Hell                27 rating points
3. Maggica Roma        21 rating points

I cant really decide between Liverpooh and Devil Hell, so I will give it to Liverpooh as they already have thier noses ahead and will take some stopping. Maggica Roma look like they are well placed for a serious challenge next season but for this season I think injuries and inexperience will derail their chances.

Thank your for reading this far. Please use the voting buttons to let us know who you think will win the title Race.

Suggestions/Bugs / diving instruction in tactic
« on: October 04, 2012, 09:19:48 PM »
Hi everyone, I have a suggestion to make this great game even better and even more realistic.

Firstly for the benefit of  those not close to the English premier league: some context for this suggestion. Currently the English press is full of the new sickness in English football: "diving". For anyone not familiar with English football lexicon: "diving" is the act of falling over with minimal or no contact from the opposition in the hope of winning a freekick or penalty. As, apparently, demonstrated regularly by players like Saurez, Nani and Luiz.
My suggestion is to introduce a new mental attribute for "diving" and a new player skill of "winning penalty" (awp) calculated as an average of accelleration, dribbling and diving. Players with a high awp rating will be more likely to win penalties, opposing defenders more likely to get sent-off and the player will pick up the occasional extra yellow card for "simulation".

This will make the game much more realistic and fun. Feed back?


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