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    Default [FM11] Up North!

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    Blyth - An Insight

    Blyth Spartans A.F.C. are a semi-professional football club who play in the Conference North, and are based in the town of Blyth, Northumberland, England. They are often the most Northerly team in whichever league or cup they are playing in. They are managed by former Hartlepool United and Darlington manager Mick Tait.
    They were founded by Mr. Fred Stoker in September 1899, who was the club's first secretary before forming a practice as a distinguished physician in London’s Harley Street. He thought it appropriate to name the team after the Greek Spartan army in the hope that the players would give their all as they went into "battle" on the field of play.

    Main Aim

    My aim is to take Blyth from the Blue Square North to World Domination!!

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    Good luck

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    Good luck and hope it lasts longer than most of my threads !

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    Blyth Spartans AFC - Blue Square Bet North - 2010/2011

    I took up the job at Croft Park with the board wanting me to finish mid-table at the very least. There were a lot of top teams in the division and I knew it'd be tough but if we held our own, promotion could be a possible.

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    I couldn't have asked much more of my lads, with a complete overhaul of the squad we ripped apart anyone who came in our way and achieved promotion to the BSP. Only negative was we couldn't get 100 goals in the league just falling one short.



    FA Cup Overview

    We did pretty well in the FA Cup reaching the third round before getting thrashed by west brom 6-2. However, we did earn about 200k from the tie which was a real bonus



    FA Trophy Overview

    Exceeded Board expectations and won the FA Trophy against BSP team Histon while also netting a nice sum of £50k. However the only problem was we kept forcing replays from our opponents which then kept piling up the fixtures. It was as if we kept playing Two-Legged games to ensure progress in the next round.



    Next Season

    It'd be nice to retain the FA trophy but main focus will be to not get relegated!
    Note: Next update will be in a couple days time!

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    Congrats on the double and good progress in the FA Cup. KUTGW!

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    Great first season mate, Ill be following

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    thanks guys thanks for the comments im in my second season will post up the final overview when its finished

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    You made it look very easy.

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    hhmm the lower leagues in england are very easy its a bit of a struggle championship onwards

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    Yeah very easy, that's why my sixth season is in the Northern Premier League Premier Division.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gunzfm View Post
    hhmm the lower leagues in england are very easy its a bit of a struggle championship onwards
    Let's agree to disagree

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    Great start to your career, if the only bad things that happen to your team is scoring 99 goals in a season then I'm sure you'll be fine

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    can a mod please close this thread please my ps3 is working again thanks!

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    What does your PS3 have to do with a PC game?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nobby_McDonald View Post
    What does your PS3 have to do with a PC game?
    everything.......................maybe nothing at all.

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