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  • Succession Game Hall of Fame

    Succession Game Hall of Fame





    Let's look back at the forum's glorious past of succession games. Lately there hasn't been much activity or interest in the forum, but perhaps this could spark a new adventure somewhere around the globe, even on an older version of the game.

    Unfortunately a lot of the screenshots in the threads have been lost, so it's difficult to dig up all the information. I gathered most of the graphics I still had on my computer. There's plenty more to add. Anyone is welcome to contribute, like suggestions what or whom should be included.


    Players Hall of Fame

    Jean-Claude Vinet
    Chelmsford City, 2011-2030
    Forward
    542 appearances, 364 goals, 7.47 av. rating


    Jim Juric
    Chelmsford City, 2021-2030
    Forward
    369 appearances, 285 goals, 7.82 av. rating


    Marjan Avdic
    VfB Lübeck, 2017-2023
    Winger
    144 appearances, 30 goals, 7.25 av. rating


    Pavle Mejic
    VfB Lübeck, 2022-2023
    Forward
    47 appearances, 26 goals, 7.51 av. rating
    Top scorer in Bundesliga and UEFA Europa League winning year


    Fabian Schnellhardt
    VfB Lübeck, 2013-2020
    Midfielder
    204 appearances, 24 goals, 7.17 av. rating

    Alexander Hahn
    VfB Lübeck, 2014-2023
    Defender
    290 appearances, 39 goals, 7.52 av. rating


    Chelmsford City's All-Time XI



    VfB Lübeck's All-Time XI



    Links to the stories:
    Chelmsford City (FM10)

    Pablo Castro's Beginnings - Cuba's FC Holguín (FM11)

    Los Pollos Hermanos - Walter White in charge (Xolos Tijuana) (FM12)

    Luch-Energiya Vladivostok (FM12)

    VfB Lübeck (FM13)


    Last edited by Juventino; 07-02-2016, 02:44:PM.

    2012 Draft Challenge Champion - FIFA
    2014 Draft Challenge Champion


  • #2
    Awesome post. Love it...

    Love my boy Munoz getting a mention too, despite the Lance Armstrong-eqsue scanner that erupted around the Chelmsford Squad around the time of Pablo's resignation from the top job. Interesting to note that Munoz had the second highest average rating in that all time XI...but there was no clutch player like Vinet - and it was easier for guys like Juric and Munoz to dominate on a side that that was full of stars and constantly winning. Vinet started as a kid leading a lower tier side up a division each season. An absolute god, and somebody who I'm fairly sure was cleared of any wrong doing in the doping case.

    Who was the young Aussie centre back? I'm disappointed he isn't on the bench for the all time XI...that said nobody else seemed to like him as much as me.


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    • #3
      I think the Australian CB's name was Josh Chlamovski or something.

      I'm surprised Vinet never won a Ballon d'Or or World Player of the Year award. There's a certain tragedy to him because of his injury-proness which I like. I think Nim compared him to Van Basten before, which I think is a great comparison.
      Last edited by Juventino; 06-02-2016, 02:24:PM.

      2012 Draft Challenge Champion - FIFA
      2014 Draft Challenge Champion

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      • #4
        4 of my signings in the All-Time Starting 11. Only 2 of them used steroids, too.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Juventino View Post
          I think the Australian CB's name was Josh Chlamovski or something.

          I'm surprised Vinet never won a Ballon d'Or or World Player of the Year award. There's a certain tragedy to him because of his injury-proness which I like. I think Nim compared him to Van Basten before, which I think is a great comparison.
          He reminded me of Thierry Henry for some reason. But during his Arsenal days.

          Football Manager picks awards based too much on reputation which is largely based on CA. He definitely deserved at least one Ballon d'Or


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