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Whats the hightest scors anyone has got on champ manager.

This is the highest score i have got i started a new game and i was Dag Red (I dont know why) any way i played my first freindly against Reading and i won 7-2 Mark Stein scored six of the goals for Dag Red and Junior Mc Dougled scored the other goal. I was 6-1 up at half time. It was STRANGE

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Canvey Island 5 - 1 Hereford

Cup Game
Chelsea 5 - 2 Cardiff

Friendly
Chelsea 8 - 1 Basingstoke Town

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League game
Arsenal 6 - 0 Man city

Cup Game
Arsenal 5 - 0 Rotheram

Freindly
Dag Red 7 - 2 Reading

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Chelsea 1-8 Newcastle

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Newcastle 6-0 Mallorca

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Newcastle 9-1 Parma

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Matt CIFC how did you get Canvey did you wait for them to come up or how did you do it.

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This is wot u do. Open notepad then type for example:
"SWAP_TEAMS" "Chester" "Canvey Island" Then save that in to your CM4 data folder. U can do that with any team just change the name.

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juventus 20-0 jueventus under19's

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West Ham 6-0 Nott'm Forrest
Canvey Island 7-0 Morcombe
Canvey Island 6-2 Dag & Red

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Slough 7-1 Forest Green

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NAC 8-0 Some Dutch Non-League Side

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Slough 9-0 Burnham

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Can't remember what my biggest win is, but I remember beating Liverpool at Anfield in the League Cup 2nd Round 1st Leg (I was Barnet, just got promoted to the Premiership, I think it was CM00/01) 9-6, the half time score was 6-6.

Currently I am on CM4 and I had an World Cup Qualifying score of something like 26-17 between someone like Trinidad and some other team (I wasn't the manager of either team). The shot count was 26-17, so I guess the goalies were wearing gloves to keep their hands warm, not that you would need gloves to keep your hands warm in Trinidad.


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I think the worst shot ratio v result I had was when I was manager of Millwall. Final Score Millwall 0-1 Man City. Millwall 35 shots, 27 on target. Man City 1 shot, 1 on target.
Anyone guess who was man of the match <img src="/images/graemlins/wink.gif" alt="" />

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Aah, the good old super keeper routine.... How many times does that happen the other way round? Never... Damn stupid game <img src="/images/graemlins/frown.gif" alt="" />

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league:

liverpool 2 man utd 6
newcastle 1 man utd 7
arsenal 0 man utd 4

europe (champ league final)
man utd 6 barcelona 0
inter 0 man utd 4 (semi final ist leg)

can't remember scoring more than 7

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on one of my games for dagenham i got a 52-2 in divsion 3

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but in that game i made myself manager ofd the other side and put everyone up front! makes u win by miles- especially when theres no keeper! if ure doing really [***!!***] then u try this as its great for team morale and u diont ever have to treat again cos u just go on winning streaks after that if u do things properly.






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