Gary Neville Academy - Class of 2011

Will check tomorrow. Will also update trophies now after every season as it is likely some of you may get some first team action :)
this might be silly question but any chance of being able to download these players u've made.
Neil Hart is the lowliest academy player of the lot, playing at Accrington Stanley. Whilst there this season, he made three appearances, conceding four and recording one clean sheet.
**** sakes! please change my nationality, I would rather play for Iraq or Haiti than ******* South Africa!

I swear to God SI hate us :)
Updated with a new feature that will appear in every update from now on, the trophy hunt. Will check the domestic cup results when I get home see if I can update it further.
Season 3 Transfer Summary

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There was only two major transfers at the start of season three and the first one was a huge one. Nicolae Enescu, Romanian striker joins Real Madrid on a five year deal. Real Madrid paid £7.75 million for his signature and he will join fellow former academy member Pablo Hernandez at the Spanish capital.

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The only other transfer where players changed clubs was an already agreed transfer that we knew about.Dinho Marcos joined Sporting Lisbon on a free transfer.


Danieldinho joins Ipswich on a season long loan from Aston Villa.

Tirath Eboue joins Crystal Palace on a season long loan from Manchester United.

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End of Season 3 Update

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Scottish midfielder Chase Status spent six months on loan at Crystal Palace after failing to break into the United first team, while at Palace, he made 8 appearances without a goal.

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Another year where he was not wanted by the Villa, Danieldinho was loaned out to fellow Premier League side Ipswich for the season. Danieldinho made a good 21 appearances, scoring 5 goals and gaining an average rating of 6.51.

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2012/13 was the first season of professional football that Brazilian Dinho got under his belt. He started the season at Sporting Lisbon, but was soon shipped out. He went to fellow Portuguese side Vitoria for the season, making 11 appearances and scoring 5 goals. A good start for the youngster.

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It was a frustrating season for Duncan as he was loaned out to Fulham for the year. While here, he made a lowly four appearances, failing to score a goal.

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It was believed to many that Milberto Silva completed a permanent move to Timisoara, whilst now it is confirmed that it was just a loan move. He did not make any impact for them before joining Spartak Moscow for £6.5 million. He went on to score 1 in 8 for Moscow.

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Neall stayed at Newcastle once again and gained some more valuable first team football. He starred in 18 games, scoring 5 goals, creating an assist and scooping a man of the match award. His efforts helped Newcastle avoid relegation again.

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The South African keeper had an awful season, not even making an appearance for League Two side Accrington Stanley. It will be upsetting for the lad as he has obvious talent but is obviously being overlooked.

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Another former academy member that had a frustrating year was Nicolae Enescu. Nicolae did not make a single appearance, either at Madrid, or Strasbourg where he was loaned to.

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The man who had his best year out of all the academy graduates was 19 year old Pablo Hernandez. The classy youngster managed to make 17 competitive appearances for the Spanish giants and this was enough to earn him both a league winners medal and a cup winners medal also in an awesome year for Madrid.

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Pauley had a decent season in Liga BBVA this season, making 13 appearances for Mallorca. Although not scoring any goals, he assisted twice and won one man of the match award.

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Tirath was once again loaned out this season, making 30 appearances for Championship side Crystal Palace. Whilst there, he went on to create 3 assists, score 2 goals and win 3 man of the match awards, a decent season for the right back.

Competition Standings

Trophy Hunt

Alfie - 3 (2 Liga BBVA, 1 Copa Del Rey)
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Oh yes. 2 La Ligas in a row. Feckin' love it :wub:
My player is looking like a young Torres.
please God can you make me retire or die.... its so embarrassing... haahha, ****!
End of Season 4 Update

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Chase Status spent the season on loan at Wigan Athletic in which was a largely frustrating season for the midfielder. He only made 5 appearances, assisting three times.

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Danieldinho spent yet another season on loan from the midlands club. He gained some good experience at fellow Premier League side Ipswich, getting 21 games and scoring five.

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Dinho Marcos was one of the very few from the academy that moved clubs permanently. German champions FC Bayern paid £1.8 million for Marcos's signature. After this, he made 12 appearances for the FC Bayern II side, scoring a massive 14 goals, an impressive record. After that he moved on loan to Vasco, where he scored 8 in 25.

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It turned out to be a fruitful season for Duncan Greentank, as he once again was sent out on loan. This season, he went to German side Stuttgart. While there he gained some good experience, playing 22 games and scoring 6 goals.

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Milberto Silva had a decent year in his first full season with Spartak Moscow. He finished the season making 11 appearances and scoring 2 goals with an average rating of 6.7.

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In another season at Newcastle United, Neall Johnston made his most appearances in a season yet, playing in 21 games. He went on to score 6 goals, make 3 assists and collect one man of the match award.

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South African goalkeeper got the transfer he much wanted after three years with League Two club Accrington Stanley. He signed for Dutch side SC Cambuur for a fee of £250k. In his first season in the Dutch league, he made 33 appearances, conceding 56 goals.

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Another season came along and it was another team where Enescu was neglected by the Real Madrid management. Instead, he was sent out on loan to Olympique de Marseille. Enescu had a good season in France, scoring 5 goals from 28 league appearances to help them to second place.

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Pablo Hernandez had yet another good season at Spanish giants Real Madrid. He made 30 senior appearances, scoring 1 goal and his performances helped Madrid on to a league and Champions League double.

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Pauley had a very frustrating season. He was out of favour this year at Mallorca and was sent out on loan to Stoke City. Whilst in the Potteries, he was overlooked and never even made a single appearance.

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Tirath Eboue spent the whole season on loan at Newcastle United, joining fellow former academy star Neall Johnston. Tirath made 31 appearances with a steady 6.93 average rating and assisting twice.

Competition Standings

Trophy Hunt

Alfie - 5 (3 Liga BBVA, 1 Copa Del Rey, 1 Champions League)

International Caps

Pablo Hernandez - 8 caps, 0 goals
Nicolae Enescu - 7 caps, 2 goals

Breaking News

Pablo Hernandez is the first member of Gary Neville's academy that will be taking part in a World Cup, for Argentina at just 20 years of age.

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Nice update. My player must really hate life atm, hopefully he becomes as good as Alfies player but I doubt he will :S
Useless ****** needs to score. However, helping Velez to 2nd after 16 games isn't too shabby (PS. Dan, can you give the Argentinian League at your January updates as that is their end of season?)

Also, pretty sure I gave the birth year 1995 :( But it's all good.

Actually we have 2 stages, opening and closing, opening starts in July and ends in December, clusing starts in February and ends in June. Thus, technically the season ends in July.

Aside from that, I'm having some fun with this, with Raikan mostly. None of the wonderkids in the game can save you now!
Pablo Hernandez, the only former member of Gary Neville's academy that was called up to the World Cup suffered a huge disappointment as his Argentina side were beaten in the final by Croatia on penalties. Hernandez was one of the two Argentinians to miss penalties for their currently and it will take Pablo a while to get over this heartbreak.
Tragic. Oh well, another La Liga and the Champions League is a ****** good season.

My player's a professional and will bounce back.
End of Season 5 Update

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Chase Status had a somewhat poor season in 2014/15. He spent the season on loan at Wigan and did not really get much of a chance. In the five games he played, he scored 1, assisted twice and got the man of the match award once.

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This year was the year that Danieldinho burst onto the first team scene at the Villa. He finished the season with 1 goal in 9 appearances. He also assisted once and was once the man of the match.

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Dinho Marcos spent the season on loan from Bayern Munich at FC Twente, after finishing his Vasco loan spell. At the end of his Vasco loan, he had scored 15 goals in 45 appearances. He was not given as much of a chance at Twente as he was only given 5 games. In these 5, he scored 2 goals.

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This year was yet another year where Greentank was loaned out from Old Trafford. This year, he went to Blackburn. He was given a lot of games at Ewood Park as he played 30 games, scoring 8 goals. A decent season for the Tank.

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Milberto Silva completed a club record transfer to AS Monaco for £14,000,000. In his first season in France, he made 25 appearances scoring 1 goal. He assisted 4 goals and went on to record an average rating of 6.99.

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Neall Johnston had yet another decent season for Newcastle as he made 22 appearances. In these games he scored 9 goals and made 3 assists. He helped Newcastle to an impressive 6th place.

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Neil Hart completed his second transfer in as many years as he signed for FC Utrecht for £1.6 million. He went on to get 24 appearances for his new club, conceding 31 games. His side maintained a respectable 8th place in the Eredivisie.

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Nicolae Enescu had a mixed season, jumping between the Real Madrid first team and Castilla. In the first team, he made 10 appearances, scoring 3 goals. After this he moved to Castilla and appeared 11 appearances and scored 6 goals. Enescu ios getting better and better.

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Pablo Hernandez had another good season with Real Madrid appearing 22 times for the first team. His 1 goal and 6 assists for the team helped them to their 4th consecutive La Liga title.

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Pauley had a very poor season and at the end of it, ended up unemployed. He was relegated to the Mallorca B team and scored 1 in 27, assisting an impressive 10 times. This was enough to convince Mallorca management to keep hold of him. Charlie Thirtle should not be worried though, as many teams are vying for his signature.

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Tirath Eboue spent his second consecutive season on loan at White Hart Lane. While here, he was impressive making 19 appearances with 1 goal and an average rating of 7.08. His performance at Spurs has already persuaded Wolves to take him on loan for the whole of next season.

Competition Standings

Trophy Hunt

Alfie - 6 (4 Liga BBVA, 1 Copa Del Rey, 1 Champions League)
Nicolae Enescu - 1 (Liga BBVA)
Milberto Silva - 1 (Coup de la Ligue)

International Caps

Pablo Hernandez - 21 caps, 1 goal
Nicolae Enescu - 12 caps, 5 goals

Neil Hart - 7 caps

Milberto Silva - 2 caps, 0 goals
Tirath Eboue - 1 cap, 0 goals

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