The class of 2002 BAP save

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End of Season 1





Nathan Walker - New CA122
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38 Games and almost hitting a 7 rating for the season was great but not the highlight for Walker was the first player to play part in winning a trophy as Rangers win the Scottish Cup beating Celtic in the final.




Kris Stuart - New CA122
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The let down of the first season? No doubt. Only 4 appearances in cups and only 4 appearances for the u21s. Hard to see why he's getting less action than the rest. All i can think is its his position and Aberdeens depth of experience players at center back?


Adrian Bowyer - New CA120
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Our second wing back also managed to be a first team regular with 33 games for struggling Hearts. Only 5 u21 caps is a look in the future where he'll face Andy Robertson & Kieren Tierney for international honors


Mark McPotato - New CA122
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An instant impact at Dundee McPotato made more starts than any other BAP player (43) double figure assist from the man who could be the CM01/02 Mark Kerr of this save?


Stuart O'Bute - New CA129
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Two young player of the month awards, the most for us 8.Encouraging for taking on team mate Macpatrick for the best player in season 1 43 clubs games and 8 for Scotland u21s


Andrew MacPatrick - New CA128
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The stand out first season star perhaps Its going to be a Hibs player. Andrew was the first player to get an annual domestic award as he was the only BAP that made it into the team of the year with his stats already looking daft!

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Darran Donald - New CA128
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Thanks to a December birthday i take and will surely keep the record for youngest player (14 years 237) days ad scorer (14 years 244) days from our first two games of the season. A young player of the month award in January to go with 43 appearances with 10 goals to go with 8 U21 caps. Very happy with season 1

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Alex Ferguson - New CA123
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Despite sharing a name with a striker from the 60s that may have become a manager young Fergie is the last BAP waiting for his club debut. To be fair he has probably the 3 best forwards in the league ahead of him in the first team and by far the hardest path to the first team. That and 6 goals in 7 u21 games for Scotlands u21s and averaging a goal or assist in every reserve game gives the hope that Stuart lacks from season 1






Overall Club stats
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Celtic win the League & Betfred cup but no BAP Players were involved due to Alex Fergusons reserve life
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Scotland lost 4-0 to Holland in the playoffs so nobody gets a chance to be the youngest player at the world cup.




Awards

Domestic Annual Awards
Andrew MacPatrick
-Team of the year 2017/18


World Annual Awards
N/A




Trophys

Nathan Walker
- 1* Scottish Cup



 

woolly

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McPatrick's stats don't seem to be showing! Not that it makes much difference. A Scottish Scoles in the making and an improvemt on the original as he can even make the odd tackle lol.
 

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January Update




Kris Stuart break into the Aberdeen defense at last leaving on Alex Ferguson not making weekly appearances despite his goal a game strike rate when he get a chance to play


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Once again Missing is Hearts Adrian Bowyer who had a almost identical 2nd season playing 20 times for Hearts with a slightly improved 6.63 rating




SPL
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Rangers are genuine title contenders while Aberdeen with 2 BAP's are holding onto the old firm. Hearts replace Craig Levine with Jack Ross




There was no interest in our players so we move onto the summer



 

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End of Season 2




What a difference 12 months makes for Kris Stuart. From the biggest let down of season 1 to being the first player along with Nathan Walker to make there full Scotland debut. Andrew MacPatrick would also make his debut before the day was out

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Nathan Walker - New CA128
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Now 16 and with a Scotland cap and a wage hike to £4,2k in this pocket Rangers right winger added another Scottish Cup medal to his collection thrashing Aberdeen in that final. Walker was also one of two players that made it to the team of the year as well as twice being named young player of the month.




Kris Stuart - New CA130
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The turn around of the year. Much like Scott McKenna before him a year of obscurity was followed by becoming one of the countrys leading center backs ending with a Scotland cap.


Adrian Bowyer - New CA122
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Despite making 34 appearances it was a worryingly low average rating


Mark McPotato - New CA128
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Almost identiacle number from McPotato


Stuart O'Bute - New CA141
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10 goals and 10 assists O'Bute also made it the second year in a row where Hibs get a player in the team of the year


Andrew MacPatrick - New CA135
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Despite his teammate getting in the team of the year it was MacPatrick that got the Scotland cps first


Darran Donald - New CA133
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Still without a Scotland cap but a great season as he and Niall McGinn led Aberdeen back to 2nd place


Alex Ferguson - New CA131
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March's young player of the month give us hope that he might finally get a run in the first team.




Overall Club stats
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Celtic win the League but Ferguson did not play enough to get a winners medal
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Hibs win the Betfred cup with O'Bute scoring the winning goal
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Awards

Domestic Annual Awards
Nathan Walker
Stuart O'Bute
-Team of the year 2018/19


World Annual Awards
N/A





Trophys

Scottish Cup

Nathan Walker

League Cup
Stuart O'Bute
Andrew MacPatrick




Next up we'll sim the summer and see if we finally get any moves or interest in buying any of the players




Summer offers

We have our first offers/ Transfers for players
Mark McPotato
Southampton £19,25m

Kris Stuart
Burnley £14,5m

Stuart O'Bute
Chelsea £14,5m
Man Utd £14,5m


Now up to you to choose to stay where you are or make one of these moves.



 
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stonecold

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Summer offers

We have our first offers/ Transfers for players
Mark McPotato
Southampton £19,25m

Kris Stuart
Burnley £14,5m

Stuart O'Bute
Chelsea £14,5m
Man Utd £14,5m
All 3 choose to stay in Scotland so season 3 will start with no changes
 

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January Update




Were All playing regularly and most of us are getting serious interest from abroad






SPL
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Rangers sit 1 point behind Celtic with Aberdeen & Hibs right behind and Hearts also within 10 points of top spot.




Transfer offers
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Kris Stuart
Tottenham £15m


Stuart O'Bute
Chelsea £24.75m
Everton £24.75m
Man Utd £24.75m
Tottenham £24.75m


Andrew MacPatrick
Man City £22.5m


Now up to you to choose to stay where you are or make one of these moves.



 

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End of Season 3






Euro 2020
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Scotland lost there Euro qualifier to Northern Ireland on penaltys. Only 2 of the regens start but this result must be the changing of the guard for the national team!




Club stats
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A bit of a slump overall with only 2 players getting over 7,0 for a rating




Nathan Walker - New CA135 +8
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Another trip to the team of the year and now can claim to be Scotland's starting right back


Kris Stuart - New CA139 +9
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After the massive rise in season 1 Kris had a middling season. Totally outplayed by center back partner Scott McKenna and with that failing to add to his Scotland cap last summer. Interest looks to be high but expecting much progress after last seasons miracles may be asking too much.


Adrian Bowyer - New CA121 +2
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Bowyer did make huge strides this season to become possibly the best left back in Scotland upgrading his average rating by over .2. Unfortunatly the route to the national team goes through Tierney & Robertson


Mark McPotato - New CA129 +1
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Almost an ever present at Dens park and getting his cap total up to 3. Maybe getting a bit big for Dundee's boots!


Stuart O'Bute - New CA149 +8
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The first player to brave it down south made a instant impact in London with 3 goals in the Premiership and the goal that took Scotland to Penaltys in there play off. A great encouragement for the rest of us to see Stuart do so well!


Andrew MacPatrick - New CA144 +9
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Scotlands young player of the year added goals to his resume and is up to 6 Scotland cap. Man City are desperately bidding for him but i can see them leaving this situation dissapointed!


Darran Donald - New CA137 +4
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Staring in the Dons run to the Europa League group stage. Shaded by McKenna & Shinne in the club awards but Aberdeen have grate base if they can keep these two, Stuart, Lewis and McKenna


Alex Ferguson - New CA146 +15
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Celtic FINALLY let Ferguson loose on the SPL and 10 goals in his first top flight season will make Leigh Griffiths look over his shoulders at the future striker coming after his job.






Celtic do the Treble for the first time in this save/ The SPL was a comfortable 8 point margin to Rangers and 16 to Aberdeen. Rangers were then second best in the Scottish cup and it was the Betfred cup where the biggest scare came when Partick forced extra time.






Awards


Domestic Annual Awards

Team of the year

Nathan Walker
Andrew MacPatrick


Young player of the year
Andrew MacPatrick




World Annual Awards
N/A






Trophys


SPL
Alex Ferguson - Celtic


Scottish Cup
Alex Ferguson - Celtic


League Cup
Alex Ferguson - Celtic





Summer offers


Kris Stuart £13,25m
C Palace
Everton
Southampton
Wolves


Andrew MacPatrick £13,25m
Tottenham


Nathan Walker £19m
Chelsea


Mark McPotato £7m
Southampton


Now up to you to choose to stay where you are or make one of these moves.


 

woolly

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I think MacPatrick is in need of a little competition to develop into a truly awesome player, time maybe to move on...
 

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Summer offers


Kris Stuart £13,25m
C Palace
Everton
Southampton
Wolves


Andrew MacPatrick £13,25m
Tottenham


Nathan Walker £19m
Chelsea


Mark McPotato £7m
Southampton


Now up to you to choose to stay where you are or make one of these moves.

Two more more south with Tottenham taking both Hibs star players. while McPotato heads to Southampton. Neither side have won a trophy yet.

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Just Nathan Walker to go. Will give him a few more hours and if he gets in touch after i sim he can move in January or next summer​
 

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Yay Alex Ferguson back on form and gets treble YASSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS
 

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January Update




Players
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SPL
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Celtc looking very strong at the top. Nothing between Aberdeen, Rangers and Hibs


Down south Tottenham are just outside the champions league spots & Southampton are firmly mid table
Southampton




Transfer offers


Alex Ferguson - £16m
Leverkusen


Kris Stuart - £16m
Man Utd


Nathan Walker £17,25m
Leicester
Chelsea
 
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