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Re: rugby league manager on pc Tue Sep 20, 2011 2:49 pm  

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So the World Champions have been decided and the 2014 World Champions are... Named below :lol:

Decided I would actually play this International series because I just wanted to see whether my young players experiences went up. Anyway, skipped through the group stages beating the Cook Islands, Tonga and PNG (Maybe PNG, I forget).

Anyway decided to play the Finals, we beat some team in the quarter finals quite easily. Then the Semi finals, we're playing France whilst you know, Australia are playing NZ, but ... hang on, they're not. Tonga have beaten Australia in the Quarter finals :o

Anyway, we comfortably beat France 22-10 and we play New Zealand in the final, or so you'd think. The team we battered 42-8 in the group stages have pulled off another shock and beaten NZ!

We start the game and we're 6-0 down within 5 mins :shock: Tonga put a kick down the line and the Tomkins and my young winger. We pull back with my new World Class LF scoring a great try, pretty Paul Sculthorpe-esque just barging over and dragging a few over the line with him.

Half time comes and we're level, or so I'd hoped. STomkins gives away a penalty for a high shot and we're 8-6 down.

Squeaky bum time...

Second half commences and Brough squeezes through a few players to put us 12-8 up, before a try from my young winger puts us 18-8 up. Last kick of the game and we win 19-8.

Bloody hell, been a year of surprises though. Won the GF against Crusaders of all teams. Finished 2nd with Wire top, although sneakily they have got 9 overseas players, most of whom are Internationals... I demand a points deduction :lol: First playoff game and we see past Huddersfield quite easily, whilst Wigan beat Wire. Second round of the playoffs and Wire host Leeds... who beat Wire, shock horror considering they no longer have Sinfield, McGuire or Peacock, or any forms of their re-generated players. 3rd week of the playoffs and we see off Leeds, but not without a good fight. Whilst... Wigan lose 15-12 to Crusaders.

We managed to see off Crusaders in the GF but they gave it a good go. Although earlier in the season we put right a wrong by beating the Roosters in the WCC, hopefully we don't have to play them a 3rd time next season, we also won the cup after Wire and Wigan were knocked out quite early on.

Something tells me that Wire are going to win something, bar the LLS this year. Although it does surprise me that there's no limit on the overseas players for other clubs, quite disheartening too because they just re-generate. Such as Puletua who retired with his last year for us, but then re-generated for Wire because they signed him up on a contract as he was out of contract for me.
Re: rugby league manager on pc Sun Sep 25, 2011 5:15 pm  
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I love the RLM stories :D
Re: rugby league manager on pc Tue Sep 27, 2011 4:49 pm  
Bergen Bulldog

Anybody know if any other websites host the download for RLM 2011 as I've tried www.rugbyleaguemanager.co.uk but the website doesn't appear to be working?
Re: rugby league manager on pc Sun Oct 16, 2011 12:16 am  

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Bergen Bulldog wrote:
Anybody know if any other websites host the download for RLM 2011 as I've tried http://www.rugbyleaguemanager.co.uk but the website doesn't appear to be working?

This, came to download it/see when the newest version was due for release but I can't find it anywhere. :(
Rochdale Hornets ftw!!!
Re: rugby league manager on pc Tue Oct 18, 2011 10:42 am  

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Re: rugby league manager on pc Tue Oct 18, 2011 10:45 am  

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RLM 2011 Patch 5 - http://www.box.net/shared/xak13rhm1rj3bfusojbc


Website should be up and running again later in the year.
Re: rugby league manager on pc Tue Oct 18, 2011 11:38 am  

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Re: rugby league manager on pc Tue Oct 25, 2011 11:33 am  

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Wont install, anyone else having problems?
when the score got to 50 we shouted for more, up popped brad davis went over for four.....

......and its no nay never no nay never no more will we face religation......

big barrie mac.' the cas forads av been bob on'

chissitt wrote:
Pyeman I wish you would stop talking so much sense. I am in danger of becomming one of your biggest fans. :lol:


vastman wrote:
Westerman looks the most promising for a long time.


Leyther_Matt wrote:
The best proper 'rugby pub' in the country has to be the Boot Room at Cas


Bolton_Warrior wrote:
The only time I ever doubted going to watch Wigan was when we bare face cheated to stay in superleague


Danril wrote:
Last night, despite being poor and not deserving the win, we should have won.


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Re: rugby league manager on pc Wed Oct 26, 2011 3:36 pm  

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Hi Guys, just downloaded the new version and its really frustrating me. My players have no fitness whatsoever. ALl my backs end up around the 10/99 mark at the end of a game whereas the opposition are still very strong. I have 2 fitness coaches (both 5*) and 5* attrition recovery physios! Any ideas? Will it get better with more games? I am 8 games in so thought it would be better by now.

Also - how do i retrain a players position? I see the column for it on the training screen but cant seem to do it??
Re: rugby league manager on pc Wed Dec 07, 2011 1:07 pm  

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Started playing again, currently on my first season with Canterbury. Into the OCC final after beating Sydney, but face St. George in the final. Sam Tomkins is ripping it up though (bought him after realising I had no world class players, and losing my first few games). Currently sit third in the table as well, just a point behind the Roosters.

What difficulty do people play on? (If anyone still plays it)
RLFans finest:
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Maguire was a black mark on RL in this country. Whilst coaches like Daniel Anderson and Brian McLennan won championships on the back of exciting Rugby league, Maguire set out to win at all costs, evident by the way Danny Maguire was seriously injured and laughed at on the floor by the wigan players as he writhed in agony. Then there has been the constant bending back of limbs, trying to seriously maim the opposition. Even Phil Clarke has jumped on the bandwagon with his disgusting comments about the Danny Maguire incident.

I think its fitting that the 2 fairest teams in the comp, who have been on the receiving end of Wigans tactics should contest the Grand Final and make it a proper family day out instead of the knuckle dragging, salivating neanderthals from Wigan, that would pour into manchester on grand final day.

I for one cant wait to mingle with the Leeds fans and have a beer with them, rather than having to watch my arms and legs, should wigan have got there.
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