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Discussion in 'FC Dallas' started by texas arsenal, Oct 26, 2004.
and watching the Red Raiders roll over for Kstate, A&M, and OSU.
Halo 2, Half-Life 2, Dallas Mavericks, possibly check out some Texas Tornado games as a subsitute for NHL...that's about it, other than trying to catch whatever WCQ's and EPL matches that I can...
I'm picking my copy up after work. Once again it's on.
Waiting on Winning Eleven in December. Never played before, loyal to EA. Figured I'd join the cult this winter.
I got FIFA 2005 earlier and Im really enjoying it.
I hadnt even turned on my PS2 all summer until last week. No MLS, No NHL, Baseball is about to wrap up, I need something to pass the time.
I am going to finish up my fall adult soccer season in Burleson, watch EPL, US nats on tv, go to TH once a month (after soccer season) to join the Inferno Pub Quiz team, go to the movies and hang out the wall. And buy FIFA 2005.. eventually. Oh yeah, I'll be working plenty of Saturdays during the offseason. I will also drop by the Texas Arsenals' pad whenever they host soccer WPs or othe functions. Hopefully, I will get to attend the offseason Inferno events – had to miss them last time around because of work
and I'll post on the Inferno forum and here on BS
Fixed my post
I'll watch as much soccer on TV as a person should. I will religiously check 3rd Degree for even the most insignificant details of our club's offseasons moves. Maybe I'll even participate in the occasionaly non-soccer activity......mmmmmm.....what are those again?
El Chapulin Colorado
Thank you for that link... cuz you know I didn't just get addicted or anything.
Hey now- lets not forget Soccer Shootout:
Ooh- and I guess I'll be doing homework and working during the offseason too... couldn't hurt right?
I'm in the Halo2 category
FIFA 2005 rules, especially the Career Mode. I would recommend it to anyone, especially those who are forever second-guessing coaching decisions and front office moves. I find myself tinkering with the lineups quite a bit.
Hmm, guess I have to get rid of Video Jordan Stone now. I already traded Big Toni, as someone made me a good offer for him (I think he's playing in Korea now, IIRC)
The game itself is a lot of fun to play, also. I don't really understand the hatred for the title. I had WE7 and never got into it much. "Glasgow Green" and "Glasgow Blue", indeed.
PC version is ten bucks cheaper than the consoles, and people make great addons for it all the time--new stadiums and accurate player faces and etc. I've thought about doing an FC Dallas team update as soon as we get more info about the new unis...
Click here for my entry of mindlessly addictive internet soccer games.
so do you feel this game is worth owning and playing? I have gotten the last three editions and have been impressed with the improvements in each one?
once you go Winning Eleven, you'll never go back...
As far as my off season.....well I think Scott (sweeper33) put it well during a game this season *loads imaginary gun and puts gun to head and closes eyes while crying*
nah, no Sidekicks, no NHL, baseball = zzzzz, basketball doesn't hold my attention until the end of the game, and I hate pointy ball, plus England doesn't have another qualifier until March . So that leaves, EPL & CL, US and Iran WCQ, a little Winning Eleven, and spending time with the new girlfriend (yea my man whoreness has come to a hault for the time being).
I was mowing down homies until the wee hours of the morning last night.
Beginning early November, I'll be living my fantasy of firing Clarke's ass, taking over myself, and assembling a FC Dallas squad that will win the Cup and beyond. All via Football Manager 2005.
Hattrick, Champ Manager, trinity hall, finding a football club to join when I get back from Scotland, look for a job, Arsenal, and sleep.
soccer soccer soccer and I guess more soccer!!!!
Oh....and putting on a few extra pounds of insulation
....i think i just got addicted to this game. this may just lower my grade in my computer class.........
I'm going to try and not do this .. .
I'll be dreaming of FC Dallas and wrapping up school (FINALLY)!!!
EPL, WCQ, BS, 3rd, more EPL, UT pointyball, fingersoccer.
Plus I'm heading to Madrid next month to see the Galaticos! Can't wait.
Have fun on your trip to Madrid MjrGrubert.
As for me: EPL, NFL (if the Texans or the Cowboys show any improvements, but the latter won't be this season) and waiting patiently for Winning Eleven.*
*Unless someone out there should explain to me why should I get FIFA 2005 now. Since the last 3 FIFA soccer editions weren't all as good as WE7.
Coaching my kids Under 7 team named the Burn. I will have to think of a new name for the Spring Season.
Playing on my city league team and help get us out of the depths of DIV 4.
Watch NFL and the Patriots.
Watch EPL (Go Chelsea) and Champions League.
Try and catch some CSI.
Maybe try and get my 5K time under 24:00.
Try and not go out of town for Thanksgiving and Xmas.
Read 3rd Degree everday and pray like hell we get a few players for next season who can score some damn goals.
Sligh hijack.....so who else here plays in local amateur leagues?
I play for an indoor league in McAllen for my team, Hurancan FC.
El Chapulin Colorado
I play in Burleson during the spring and fall seasons