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Discussion in 'TDE History' started by Nemo, Dec 28, 2015.

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  1. Nemo

    Nemo Swindon Town

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    A thread to list the winners of each and every trophy in TDE history (when I track the old ones down anyway) to replace the picture heavy version which I don't like and is out of date. PM me if I've got any managers wrong, this is all from my very limited memory, but I will go back and check it all over the next few days

    Premiership

    Season 1: Arsenal (Manager: Will Schoolar)
    Season 2: Arsenal (Manager: Will Schoolar)
    Season 3: Liverpool (Manager: Hedley Bevan)
    Season 4: TBC
    Season 5: Arsenal (Manager: Adam Johnson)
    Season 6: Chelsea (Manager: Matto)
    Season 7: Arsenal (Manager: Adam Johnson)
    Season 8: Liverpool (Manager: Daniel Perry)
    Season 9: Chelsea (Manager: Pedro Alberti)
    Season 10: Manchester United (Manager: Matt Collison)
    Season 11: Manchester City (Manager: Paul Brown)
    Season 12: Aston Villa (Manager: Hedley Bevan)
    Season 13: Chelsea (Manager: Will Schoolar)
    Season 14: Chelsea (Manager: Will Schoolar)
    Season 15: Chelsea (Manager: Daniel Perry)
    Season 16: Queens Park Rangers (Manager: Eduardo)
    Season 17: Liverpool (Manager: Alex Nock)
    Season 18: Chelsea (Manager: Ian McNamara
    Season 19: Tottenham (Manager: Matthew Ruggy)

    Most Titles: Chelsea, 6
    Most Successful Manager: Will Schoolar (4 titles with Arsenal & Chelsea)

    Championship

    Season 1: Coventry City (Manager: Adam Johnson)
    Season 2: TBC
    Season 3: TBC
    Season 4: Cardiff City (Manager: Matthew Ruggy)
    Season 5: Wigan Athletic (Manager: Matt Collison)
    Season 6: Cardiff City (Manager: Ian Flintham)
    Season 7: West Ham United (Manager: Adam Moursy)
    Season 8: Swansea City (Manager: Matthew Ruggy)
    Season 9: Swindon Town (Manager: Nemo)
    Season 10: Queens Park Rangers (Manager: Eduardo)
    Season 11: Blackburn Rovers (Manager: Will Schoolar)
    Season 12: Hull City (Manager: Tom Norman)
    Season 13: Wolverhampton Wanderers (Manager: Matthew Ruggy)
    Season 14: Ipswich Town (Manager: James Powley)
    Season 15: Blackburn Rovers (Manager: Orophin)
    Season 16: Sheffield Wednesday (Manager: Ryan Field)
    Season 17: Watford (Manager: Eduardo)
    Season 18: Stoke City (Manager: Aaron Burrows)
    Season 19: Leicester City (Manager: Will Schoolar)

    Most Titles: Blackburn Rovers & Cardiff City, 2
    Most Successful Manager: Matthew Ruggy, 3 titles


    League One / Division Two
    League One was reintroduced in Season 12, having previously run as Division Two in Season 5 & 6. It ran for the last time in Season 15 when we returned to two divisions

    Season 5: Sheffield Wednesday (Manager: Matt Smith)
    Season 6: Sheffield United (Manager: Will Schoolar)
    Season 12: Watford (Manager: Chris Lumbard)
    Season 13: Swansea (Manager: Alex Nock, caretaker)
    Season 14: Sunderland (Manager: Kev Welford)
    Season 15: Reading (Manager: Mararnt87)


    League Two/Division Three

    The fourth tier of English football ran only in Season 5

    Season 5: Swindon Town (Manager: Nemo)

    Italian Serie A

    Serie A ran between Season 6 and Season 11

    Season 6: Juventus (Manager: Hedley Bevan)
    Season 7: AC Milan (Manager: Shaun Evans)
    Season 8: AC Milan (Manager: Shaun Evans)
    Season 9: AC Milan (Manager: Will Schoolar)
    Season 10: AC Milan (Manager: Adam Johnson)
    Season 11: Internazionale (Manager: Mararnt87)

    Most Titles: AC Milan, 4
    Most Successful Manager: Shaun Evans, 2 titles

    English League Cup
    The League Cup has been closed to European participants since Season 11, and was not played in Season 8. In Season 1 it was known as the TDE Trophy which it became again in Season 17

    Season 1: Aston Villa (Manager: Dave Sayers)
    Season 2: TBC
    Season 3: TBC
    Season 4: TBC
    Season 5: Manchester City (Manager: Jon Kerr)
    Season 6: Arsenal (Manager: Adam Johnson)
    Season 7: Liverpool (Manager: Daniel Perry)
    Season 8: Did not take place
    Season 9: Manchester United (Manager: Matt Collison)
    Season 10: Manchester City (Manager: Matthew Ruggy)
    Season 11: West Ham United (Manager: Adam Moursy)
    Season 12: Swindon Town (Manager: Nemo)
    Season 13: Everton (Manager: Ash Barkworth)
    Season 14: Aston Villa (Manager: Daniel Mason)
    Season 15: Manchester City (Manager: Andy Babbs)
    Season 16: Queens Park Rangers (Manager: Eduardo)
    Season 17: Arsenal (Manager: Will Schoolar)
    Season 18: Everton (Manager: Ryan Field)
    Season 19: Liverpool (Manager: Alex Nock)

    Most wins: Manchester City, 3

    English FA Cup

    Season 1: Liverpool (Manager: Hedley Bevan)
    Season 3: TBC
    Season 3: Middlesbrough (Manager: Nemo)
    Season 5: Liverpool (Manager: Hedley Bevan)
    Season 6: Manchester City (Manager: Jamal Claxton)
    Season 7: Manchester City (Manager: Jon Kerr)
    Season 8: Liverpool (Manager: Daniel Perry)
    Season 9: Bolton Wanderers (Manager: Adam King)
    Season 10: Chelsea (Manager: Pedro Alberti)
    Season 11: Manchester City (Manager: Paul Brown)
    Season 12: Arsenal (Manager: Matt Collison)
    Season 13: Queens Park Rangers (Manager: Eduardo)
    Season 14: West Ham United (Manager: Adam Moursy)
    Season 15: Liverpool (Manager: Alex Nock)
    Season 16: Did not take place
    Season 17: West Ham (Manager: Daniel Mason)
    Season 18: Crystal Palace (Manager: Darren Humphris)
    Season 19: Leicester City (Manager: Will Schoolar)

    Most wins: Manchester City, 3
    Most successful manager: Hedley Bevan (2 wins, Liverpool)

    English Football League Trophy
    The Football League Trophy was introduced in Season 12 and finished in Season 16, although a competition called the Championship Cup was run in Season 1 which is considered part of the same lineage

    Season 1: Scunthorpe (Manager: Benjani)
    Season 12: Sunderland (Manager: Jamie Sayers)
    Season 13: Sunderland (Manager: Kev Welford)
    Season 14: Leicester City (Manager: Daniel Perry)
    Season 15: Reading (Manager: Mararnt87)

    Most wins: Sunderland, 2

    Anglo-Italian Cup
    Italian competitions ran between Season 6 and Season 11

    Season 6: Sampdoria (Manager: Pedro Alberti)
    Season 7: Fiorentina (Manager: AJ Staite)
    Season 8: Did not run
    Season 9: Fulham (Manager: Jake Richardson)
    Season 10: Swindon Town (Manager: Nemo)
    Season 11: Aston Villa (Manager: Daniel Perry)

    Coppa Italia
    Italian competitions ran between Season 6 and Season 11

    Season 6: AC Milan (Manager: Shaun Evans)
    Season 7: Juventus (Manager: Jake Richardson)
    Season 8: Juventus (Manager: Jake Richardson)
    Season 9: AC Milan (Manager: Will Schoolar)
    Season 10: Lazio (Manager: Jamal Claxton)
    Season 11: Sampdoria (Manager: Hedley Bevan)

    Most Wins: Juventus & AC Milan, 2 wins apiece
    Most Successful Manager: Jake Richardson, 2 titles

    UEFA Champions League

    Season 6: Arsenal (Manager: Adam Johnson)
    Season 7: Barcelona (Manager: Pedro Alberti)
    Season 8: Internazionale (Manager: Eduardo)
    Season 9: Lazio (Manager: Andy Babbs)
    Season 10: Juventus (Manager: Jon Kerr)
    Season 11: Juventus (Manager: Orophin)
    Season 12: Real Madrid (Manager: Will Schoolar)
    Season 13: Real Madrid (Manager: Will Schoolar)
    Season 14: Liverpool (Manager: Alex Nock)
    Season 15: Swindon (Manager: Nemo)
    Season 16: Liverpool (Manager: Alex Nock)
    Season 17: Juventus (Manager: Aaron Burrows)
    Season 18: Paris Saint Germain (Manager: Will Schoolar)
    Season 19: Barcelona (Manager: Jake Richardson)

    Most Wins: Juventus 3 wins
    Most Successful Manager: Will Schoolar 3 wins

    UEFA Europa League

    Season 6: Juventus (Manager: Hedley Bevan)
    Season 7: Liverpool (Manager: Daniel Perry)
    Season 8: Manchester City (Manager: Jon Kerr)
    Season 9: Manchester City (Manager: Matthew Ruggy)
    Season 10: Manchester United (Manager: Matt Collison)
    Season 11: Arsenal (Manager: Adam Rosenthal)
    Season 12: FC Basel (Manager: Tom Norman)
    Season 13: Chelsea (Manager: Will Schoolar)
    Season 14: Manchester City (Manager: Andy Babbs)
    Season 15: Everton (Manager: Adam Riley)
    Season 16: Did not take place
    Season 17: Arsenal (Manager: Will Schoolar)
    Season 18: Bayern Munich (Manager: Matthew Ruggy)
    Season 19: Everton (Manager: Ryan Field)

    Most Wins: Manchester City, 3 wins

    International Tournaments

    Season 6 World Cup: Netherlands (Manager: Chris Lumbard)
    Season 8 Olympics: UAE (Manager: Jamal Claxton)
    Season 8 European Championships: Spain (Manager: Alex Nock)
    Season 10 World Cup: Belgium (Manager: Ash Barkworth)
    Season 12 European Championships: England (Manager: Darren)
    Season 14 World Cup: Argentina (Manager: Daniel Perry)
    Season 18 World Cup: England (Manager: Macca)
     
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  2. Nemo

    Nemo Swindon Town

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    TDE Managerial Hall of Fame
    Ranked by number of trophies won

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    01.  Will Schoolar   16 trophies (Sheffield United, Arsenal, Chelsea, Blackburn, AC Milan, Real Madrid, Paris Saint Germain, Leicester City)
    
    02.  Daniel Perry    8 trophies  (Liverpool, Aston Villa, Leicester & Argentina)
    
    =03. Alex Nock       7 trophies  (Liverpool, Swansea & Spain)
    =03. Hedley Bevan    7 trophies  (Liverpool, Juventus, Sampdoria, Aston Villa)
    =03. Matthew Ruggy   7 trophies  (Cardiff City, Swansea City, Manchester City, Wolves, Bayern Munich, Tottenham)
    
    =06. Adam Johnson    6 trophies  (Arsenal, Coventry City & AC Milan)
    =06. Eduardo         6 trophies  (Internazionale & QPR)
    =06. Nemo            6 trophies  (Middlesbrough & Swindon Town)
    
    =09. Matt Collison   5 trophies  (Wigan, Manchester United & Arsenal)
    
    =10. Jon Kerr        4 trophies  (Juventus & Manchester City)
    =10. Pedro Alberti   4 trophies  (Sampdoria, Barcelona & Chelsea)
    =10. Jake Richardson 4 trophies  (Juventus, Fulham & Barcelona)
    
    =13. Andy Babbs      3 trophies  (Lazio & Manchester City)
    =13. Adam Moursy     3 trophies  (West Ham United)
    =13. Shaun Evans     3 trophies  (AC Milan)
    =13. Jamal Claxton   3 trophies  (Manchester City, Lazio & the UAE)
    =13. Mararnt87       3 trophies  (Reading & Internazionale)
    =13. Ryan Field      3 trophies  (Sheffield Wednesday & Everton)
    
    =19. Tom Norman      2 trophies  (Basel & Hull City)
    =19. Kev Welford     2 trophies  (Sunderland)
    =19. Ash Barkworth   2 trophies  (Everton & Belgium)
    =19. Chris Lumbard   2 trophies  (Netherlands & Watford)
    =19. Tommy Johnsen   2 trophies  (Juventus & Blackburn)
    =19. Daniel Mason    2 trophies  (Aston Villa & West Ham)
    =19. Darren Humphris 2 trophies  (England & Crystal Palace)
    =19. Aaron Burrows   2 trophies  (Juventus & Stoke City)
    
    =27. Matt Prime      1 trophy    (Chelsea)
    =27. Ian Flintham    1 trophy    (Cardiff City)
    =27. James Powley    1 trophy    (Ipswich)
    =27. Matt Smith      1 trophy    (Sheffield Weds)
    =27. Adam King       1 trophy    (Bolton)
    =27. Jamie Sayers    1 trophy    (Sunderland)
    =27. AJ Staite       1 trophy    (Fiorentina)
    =27. Adam Rosenthal  1 trophy    (Arsenal)
    =27. Adam Riley      1 trophy    (Everton)
    =27. Benjani         1 trophy    (Scunthorpe)
    =27. Ian McNamara    1 trophy    (Chelsea)
    =27. Macca           1 trophy    (England)
     
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  3. nocky

    nocky Liverpool Staff Member Senior Administrator Administrator TDE Owner

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    Updated for End of Season 19
     
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