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DanFromDownSouth

Football Manager 2017

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Still doing well in my first Prem season. Currently fifth in the Prem after 28 games and just knocked out City in the fifth round of the FA Cup. Assombalonga is top scorer in the Prem with 21 goals and Christie has the highest average ratings on 7.43 and has 11 assists. Gibson has won the most important tackles.

 

Think I've found out that a narrow 4-3-3 and attacking direct play is the way to go. I've scored 53 goals which is only bettered by ***nals 61. I've conceded 39 which is about average for the Prem. Just brought in Ruben Semedo in January to replace Ayala who is just too slow. In the summer I'll be looking for a new keeper and a striker to replace either Traore or Braithwaite. He'll have to be quick though as my front three thrive on that winning plenty of long balls and going to the byline to cross for either of the other two in the box.

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