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    World Cup European Qualifying Section
    • England
    • Montenegro
    • Ukraine
    • Moldova
    • San Marino
    • Poland
    Ukraine Vs San Marino

    Ukraine is the first test for San Marino. Ukraine have a World Rank of 50th! They have some very good players, such as; Anatoliy Tymoschuk, Artem Milevskyi and Andriy Pyatov. It could be fair to say that San Marino have played and beaten a better team (Mexico), so there is plenty of hope going into this one!

    First Half...

    10th Minute: Zangari is moving in on goal, but finds his path blocked by the Ukraine defence, he decides to go backwards to Finke, who picks out Lorenzo first time, Lorenzo goes for the bottom left hand corner! Nice shot, but curls just wide!

    40th Minute: There hasn't been much action for the past 30 minutes, but Ashario is stepping up to take a San Marino corner...
    GOALLLLLLLL!!! Ashario curls it straight onto Marino's head! Trademark corner from San Marino! You can always count on Marino putting those in, as he hardly ever misses! Ukraine 0 - 1 San Marino!

    43rd Minute: Finke picks out Zangari, he could go for goal here, but decides to put it through for Lorenzo... Horrible shot from Lorenzo, he will kick himself for messing up such an opportunity!

    45th Minute:
    GOALLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL!!! Another trademark corner from San Marino! Almost identical to the last! Ashario puts the ball onto Marino's head! Marino proves my last statement was true

    Half Time...

    San Marino are in front with two great corners from Ashario, met by the ever present Marino! I'm going to adjust the tactics during half-time as I think the second half could be a bit more tough. I'm going to go with a shorter passing game and a Standard Strategy. I'm also going to pull the defensive line right back to a deep approach and mix the passing up to confuse our opposition. They will be used to us attacking down the wings, so I think mixing it up might allow us to take them by suprise. I'm also betting they might go for a more attacking approach, so i'll switch on the counter attack.

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    Ukraine Vs San Marino - Continued...

    Second Half...

    51st Minute: Walter Ashario picks up a yellow card for a professional foul.

    55th Minute: Space opens up for Ukraine's Aliev and he has a pop on goal, but Moridin gets down well to push it wide.

    66th Minute: Aliev goes for goal from all of 35 yard! CROSSBAR! What a shot! Lucky for San Marino, the bar was in the way!

    Substitutes...

    Alessio Gentile Off - Geraint Alacarde On
    Walter Ashario Off - Jake Stothard On
    Scevola Zangari Off - Daniel Park On

    Gentile is struggling for fitness and Alacarde is doing well in his training to become an MC. Ashario is on a yellow card, so I don't want to risk losing him and I think Stothard can be a great presence on the field, which we seem to be lacking right now. Zangari hasn't played well and Park deserves another chance to prove himself, whilst we are winning.

    70th Minute: Yarmolenko finds himself in the box and tries to lob Moridin from an angle! Moridin was very lucky there as the ball strikes the crossbar! He was in no mans land!

    72nd Minute: A massive ball up from Finke puts Park clear on the right hand side, with Dork sprinting up the middle, both are clear and Park puts the ball across for Dork to finish! Disgracefull Pass!!! Park isn't doing himself any favours with a weak pass like that!

    74th Minute: Lorenzo picks the ball up on the right hand side near the half-way line, San Marino are on the counter attack! He runs untill he reaches the box, but is being cut off by Stepanenko, he passes backwards to Davatzis who followed him up and Davatzis smashes a curling cross into the area...
    GOALLLLLLLLLLL!!! Dork slides in to reach the ball and guides it home! Koval had no chance of saving that! Ukraine 0 - 3 San Marino

    Full Time...

    Ukraine 0 - 3 San Marino

    Man Of The Match: Richard Marino

    Ukraine Stats
    Shots: 13
    On Target: 2
    Possession: 59%
    Fouls: 12
    Woodwork: 3

    San Marino Stats
    Shots: 7
    On Target: 4
    Possession: 41%
    Fouls: 4
    Woodwork: 0

    Player Ratings

    Arawn Moridin: 6.9
    Davatzis: 7.7
    Nick Adam: 7.5
    Richard Marino: 9.3 (2)
    Giuseppe Faci: 8.0
    Simone Finke: 7.1
    Alessio Gentile: 6.9
    Edoardo Lorenzo: 6.8
    Walter Ashario: 8.3
    Plob Dork: 8.3 (1)
    Scevola Zangari: 6.8

    Subs

    Jake Stothard: 6.9
    Geraint Alacarde: 6.9
    Daniel Park: 6.9

    Verdict: Two fantastic corners from Ashario, whilst Marino used his heading accuracy to guide them into the net. Ukraine proved they weren't a bad team, just look at the stats. However, their shooting accuracy is something to be questioned, but they did hit the woodwork three times! Edoardo Lorenzo was back in action for the National side, but I wasn't too impressed with his performance, despite a good decision to pass to Davatzis who set up Dork's goal. Simone Finke was his usual solid self in Defensive Midfield, whilst we had an appearance from Alacarde who has been training well in the Central Midfield position of late. We were very solid at the back and despite Ukraine having many shots, we made them take their shots from range, closing shop everytime they got close. Just a small note, the counter attacking option I switched at half time worked wonders and would have been even more justified, if Park hadn't messed up that chance to put a decent pass into the box!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tactic Master View Post
    Ben Goldsmith has picked up Strained Knee Ligaments whilst on International Duty, in training. He will be out for the next 2 months at least!
    Oh dear! Not good!

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    Good convincing win over Ukraine. Reckon we'll have a chance at qualifying for this.

    CL Group looks tough for Domag let's try get through to the EL Knockouts at least!

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    good to see marino back in goalscoring form

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    Good win over Ukraine, 2 assists!

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    I think our chances to make it through the qualifiers just increased exponentially. Only other strong team is the obvious England.

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    Great win lads
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    has El Toon picked up an injury ??

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    BOO to that group, i wanted messi, ronaldo, rooney et all in that group haha

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    World Cup European Qualifying Section

    San Marino Vs Poland


    San Marino World Rank: 70th

    Last time out against Poland, San Marino walked away as easy winners (4 - 1). Poland are ranked 72nd in the world. San Marino's ability are world rank were much inferior to Poland last time round, but this time, San Marino walk into this game as the favourites!

    Injury Report: Scevola Zangari was injured prior to this match, sustaining a pulled hamstring and is expected to be out for between 5 to 6 weeks.

    San Marino Line-Up

    GK - Matt Swain
    DR - Davatzis
    DC - Luke Corcoran
    DC - Richard Marino
    DL - El Toono
    MC - Animosama
    MC - Geraint Alacarde
    AMR - Edoardo Lorenzo
    AML - Jake Stothard
    STR - Daniel Park
    STL - Plob Dork

    First Half...

    7th Minute: Stothard moves the bal forward and works a pass through for Park... FOUL! Wolakiewicz takes down Park, but it's only a free kick on the edge of the area. Lorenzo steps up to take the free kick...
    GOALLLLLLLL!!! The keeper gets a hand to it, but the power is too much! Fantastic close range free kick from Lorenzo. San Marino 1 - 0 Poland

    14th Minute: Davatzis with the long throw into the box, Ostrzolek gets a head to it, but is only able to help the ball on...
    Toono! So Close!!! Toono got a fantastic header on goal, despite being surrounded by two defenders, by the keeper gets a finger to the ball and just about managed to tip it over! Corner to San Marino... It comes to nothing.

    24th Minute: Dork picks up a loose ball and advances on goal with speed! He goes for goal... Close call for Poland! He should have probably done better with that, but he went for power rather than accuracy...

    30th Minute: Park with a horrible pass back, which Jelen intercepts... Jelen moves in on goal, but Corcoran is moving in on him, Jelen goes for goal and Swain makes a decent save! Corcoran did enough to put Jelen off there!

    34th Minute:
    San Marino 1 - 1 Poland... Jelen gets into the area and turns Davatzis inside out, before pulling it back for Obraniak who smashes it in to the net! Swain had no chance.

    37th Mintue:
    San Marino 1 - 2 Poland... Quick fire double for Poland and it's all going wrong for San Marino! Jelen moves towards the San Marino area, pulls it back for Mila who puts a fantastic ball through for Murawski... He puts his foot through the ball and Swain doesn't even move!

    38th Minute: PARK! He's hit the post! What a chance! Animosama advanced on goal and found Park's run with a neat through ball! Unfortunate to hit the post with a fantastic strike!

    Half Time...

    San Marino are in trouble here and it's time for some substitutes to get rid of the dead wood on the field. I've gone for more roaming and more attacking, because I think that we have players who can cause Poland problems.

    Substitutes...

    Richard Marino Off - Giusseppe Leoni On
    Animosama Off - Simone Finke On

    Second Half...

    48th Minute:
    San Marino 1 - 3 Poland Swain with a horror show in goal allows Poland to score! He pounces on the ball but totally misses, Jelen goes and collects while Swain is on the floor, he tries to recover and take up a position, but Jelen passes to Polanski who smashes it in.

    55th Minute:
    GOALLLLLLLL!!! Stothard floats in a corner which is met by substitute Leoni! He made no mistake with finishing that! San Marino 2 - 3 Poland

    Substitute - Animosama Off - Alessio Gentile On

    61st Minute: Park lays it off for Lorenzo who takes a crack at goal, well saved by the Poland goalkeeper!

    Full Time...

    San Marino 2 - 3 Poland

    Man Of The Match:
    Ludovic Obraniak

    San Marino Stats
    Shots: 10
    On Target: 7
    Possession: 48%
    Fouls: 6
    Woodwork: 2

    Poland Stats
    Shots: 11
    On Target: 6
    Possession: 52%
    Fouls: 8
    Woodwork: 0

    Player Ratings

    Matt Swain: 5.8
    Davatzis: 6.9
    Luke Corcoran: 6.9
    Richard Marino: 6.4
    El Toono: 6.9
    Geraint Alacarde: 5.9
    Animosama: 5.7
    Edoardo Lorenzo: 7.5 (1)
    Jake Stothard: 7.8
    Daniel Park: 6.8
    Plob Dork: 6.2

    Substitutes

    Alessio Gentile: 6.9
    Giusseppe Leoni: 7.3 (1)
    Simone Finke: 6.9

    Verdict: A horror show from several of our players today, our strikers were embarrasing and slow, Animosama was a disgrace and Matt Swain was to blame just as much as anyone. Jake Stothard got a 7.8, but in truth, was slow on the ball and didn't create much of a threat untill he put the corner in. Edoardo Lorenzo was the only man on the field who made in impact. This will be a huge blow to our chances of reaching the World Cup and we will need to work hard to get back in it with our next couple of matches against England and Montenegro!

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    Quote Originally Posted by toonbalmy87 View Post
    has El Toon picked up an injury ??
    No Toon, what made you think that?

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    Mmm, Park seems like he has stage fright on the international arena, even though I hoped he would shake that off after some good performances in the CL. Maybe it'll be better to just keep him off the match squad for now, even though that's harder to do now with Zangari injured I suppose. Oh well, maybe one day he'll start showing his club form in internationals

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    Poor Animosama he wasn't made to defend

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    NOOOOOO Not an injury!!!!!!! Zangari is bummed

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    Hmm, I wonder what Lorenzo's Consistency is like, as he seems to go missing sometimes.

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    Oh no... Bad performance against Poland for Geraint.. Sorry guys...

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    Bah! One time Gentile rests for the national team and you guys all go sub 6! Work it out

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    Shouldnt have dropped Finke. He's the glue that holds this team together.

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    Leoni Scored! Shame we lost. Poor from most of the team by the looks of the ratings, I reckon it's just a one off though. Bring on England!

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    Duffinci left out in the cold

    What can I do to impress you gaffer?

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    Just so everyone knows, I didn't drop anybody, i'm rotating people, the only time you will get dropped is for the major tournaments, otherwise everyone should play around the same amount of games in friendlies and qualifications. So far, everyone has played at least twice this season. In other words, don't worry if you didn't play against Poland, it's only because you'd played more than the other person who can play your position.

    As for the DMC position which only had Finke who can play it, to rotate Finke, we use the AMC position. I'm soon going be posting some vital information, such as Current Ability and Hidden Stats.

    I will also reveal the squad for the World Cup near the end of the qualification stage which ends in a years time, so everyone has plenty of chances to impress me up untill then, with 12 games to go
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    Ach I was only joking anyway TM! No player is bigger than the team!

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    I am more than glad that Gentile was resting for that match to be honest. It proves how vital he is in fact! Hehe Bring on the CA & hidden stats!

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    Europa League Group Stage - Game One

    Liverpool Vs Fiorentino

    Liverpool are currently 7th in the Premier League so far this season and finished 5th last season, but only an incredible 4 points behind Champions Tottenham Hotspur. We already know that Liverpool are a massive club, but this goes to prove that they may be more difficult than we thought. The biggest threat will be Edinson Cavani who they have just splashed £24mil to aquire. He has scored 6 goals in 4 games for Liverpool and plays alongside Luis Suarez. They also have a lot of match winners, but lucky for us Steven Gerrard is injured.

    Injuries... Luke Corcoran (2 Months) & Ben Goldsmith (6 weeks - 2 Months)

    First Half...

    7th Minute: Liverpool have broken through and Bueno is one vs one with Moridin, he charges out of goal and throws himself towards the ball, Bueno panicks and goes for glory but misses the goal! Good thinking from Moridin to put him off.

    18th Minute: Charlie Adam passes to Toni Silva, Silva slips it through for Bueno... Decent save from Moridin to deny Bueno.

    23rd Minute: Kuyt puts a wonderfull ball through for Pacheco, he hits it from an angle, but Moridin gets down quickly to push it wide! Good Save!

    34th Minute: Kuyt is given El Toono problems on the right hand side, he whips a very dangerous ball in, but Toni Silva can only head it over! Liverpool are all over Fiorentino!

    39th Minute: Lorenzo with a free kick from near the half way, CASADEI! Wow, that almost slipped in! Unfortunately Casadei just couldn't stretch enough for it, all it needed was a slight touch to send it home!

    46th Minute: Moridin with an absolutely fantastic save! Kuyt is causing real problems and slips through the defence and looked odds on favourite to score, but Moridin is in real form here! It's gone for a corner... Shelvey whips it in and it floats past Silva and straight to Bueno... Liverpool 1 - 0 Fiorentino Bueno made no mistake in slotting that one into the net!

    Half Time...

    Fiorentino are really suffering here, they have had no shots at all in the first half and Liverpool are stopping them from playing their usual possession football. I'm going to switch things round a bit and go with the long balls and counter attacking football! It's the only way we are going to stand a chance here.

    Formation Change: 4 - 1 - 1 - 2 - 2 (1 DM, 1 MC, 2 Strikers)

    I've moved DiSalvo up front with Plob Dork as he has 18 Long Shots. I've decided to keep Ashario and Lorenzo on the wing, because DiSalvo isn't fact enough to cover those positions.

    Second Half...

    45th Minute: Plob Dork picks up a ball from the defence and goes on a run, eventually reaching the area, picks his angle and takes a shot! Great save by Doni. The resulting corner comes to nothing...

    63rd Minute: Moridin kicks the ball far up the pitch which DiSalvo takes down with one touch, turns and fashions a beautifull chance for Plob Dork, Brilliant save by Doni! Ashario take the corner, but lands it on the back of Nick Adams' head! He has no clue whats going on!

    67th Minute: Chance for Liverpool as Pacheco puts it on a plate for Silva, what a miss! Fiorentino got lucky their, Moridin had no chance of saving it if Silva got that on target!

    71st Minute: Pacheco gets into the box and forces a decent save out of Moridin, well positioned from the young goalkeeper!

    72nd Minute: Ashario picks up a clearance from his own defence and DiSalvo is clear in front of him, but he decides to take it all the way from his own half, a defender catches him up, forces him out wide and his resulting cross is a waste! DiSalvo will be furious!

    74th Minute: Lorenzo with pace! Fantastic created chance for himself, but Doni does well to save it! It's gone for a corner...
    GOALLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL!!! Ashario lands the ball straight on Nick Adam's head! We all know he doesn't miss! Liverpool 1 - 1 Fiorentino!

    75th Minute: Moridin with a brilliant save to deny Pacheco! Gabriele Genghini picks up an injury in the process... Liverpool try to take advantage, but Flanagan puts the ball out sportingly!

    Substitution... Gabriele Genghini Off - Simone Farabegoli On

    83rd Minute:
    Goal for Liverpool... Wait... The assistant has raised his flag for offside! Flanagan has put a great ball in the box which Shelvey finished, but it's been given as offside! Fiorentino still have a chance here! The Liverpool players are furious.

    84th Minute: Toono throws the ball to Dork, Dork puts a great ball in the box for DiSalvo to head him, but he gets it wrong and its gone clear over the bar!

    87th Minute: Fantastic chance as Lorenzo puts a cross in for Dork, but the Liverpool defender gets in the way and Dork stumbles over! Liverpool are defending for their lives here late on!

    91st Minute:
    GOALLLLL!!! Another goal chalked off for offside! If only Dork had held his run for a few more seconds! Toono put a fantastic ball over the top for a counter attack, but Dork was slightly offside and the goal wont count!

    Full Time -
    Liverpool 1 - 1 Fiorentino

    Man Of The Match:
    Arawn Moridin

    Goals & Arawn Moridin Saves



    Liverpool Match Stats

    Shots: 15
    On Target: 7
    Possession: 48%
    Fouls: 11
    Woodwork: 0

    Fiorentino Match Stats

    Shots: 6
    On Target: 3
    Possession: 52%
    Fouls: 2
    Woodwork: 0

    Player Ratings...

    Arawn Moridin: 8.7 (MOM)
    Gabriele Genghini: 7.0
    Nick Adam: 7.9 (1)
    Mattia Casadei: 6.9
    El Toono: 7.2
    Simone Finke: 7.3
    Alessio Gentile (c): 6.9
    Lukio DiSalvo: 6.9
    Edoardo Lorenzo: 6.1
    Walter Ashario: 7.1
    Plob Dork: 6.9

    Sub - Simone Farabegoli: N/A

    Verdict: I believe that Fiorentino were very lucky in the fact that, Liverpool didn't respect them. They put out a weakened side, probably due to Fiorentino's reputation. I still think that Fiorentino got lucky in this match and all thanks to a spectacular display from Arawn Moridin. You can always count on Ashario and Adam linking up at some point from a corner, and Fiorentino took full advantage of that! The first half was a disgrace, but that was definately down to the tactics as Liverpool were too strong for the possession football to be effective, but I changed it round at half time and went full on at Liverpool and we created 6 chances, compared the the 0 chances in the first half. I think that if we had another striker, we could have caused Liverpool more problems, but DiSalvo wasn't comfortable as a striker and Dork was struggling on his own. Lets hope Fiorentino get further in this competition, build up a reputation and bring in a good striker as backup for these sorts of situations!

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    Fantastic game by Moridin!

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    Champions League Group Stage - Game 1

    Olympique Lyonnaise Vs Domagnano


    Domagnano have to face their toughest opponent of the season so far! They go into this game with an injury to Scevola Zangari, which will unfortunately keep the red hot striker out for up to 4 weeks. Daniel Park will partner up with stand in striker Steven Venerucci. Lyon have some decent players out on the field, including Hugo Lloris in goal, Mario Balotelli who is on loan from Manchester City and Lisandro Lopez up front. It does appear however, that Lyon underestimate Domagnano, having left several players on the sidelines. Domagnano are a strong team going forward, despite not having Zangari and could cause Lyon some problems!

    First Half...

    12th Minute: Balotelli works himself and angle for a shot, but Swain saves comfortably...

    13th Minute: A mistake from Domagnano allows Lopez through on goal, he goes for the lob! FANTASTIC SAVE! Swain looked to be beaten, but he some how manages to get a strong hand to the ball to push it over the bar!

    17th Minute: Lopez is through again, but Swain will be thankfull that Lopez shoots way wide!

    27th Minute: Free kick and a yellow card for a Lyon player... Stothard takes the free kick and it's perfect for Marino! Lloris is well positioned and snatches it milimetres from Marino's head!

    36th Minute:
    RED CARD!!! Venerucci is put through and takes it to the edge of the box, Mensah who picked up the yellow card in the 27th minute slides in and takes Venerucci off his feet! The referee has no choice but to send him off! There were suspicions of a dive from Venerucci. Stothard with the free kick, it's floated in and Animosama gets a big head to it! Brilliant reaction save from Lloris! The corner comes to nothing...

    43rd Minute: Stothard with a free kick on the edge of the box after a foul and yellow card for Lopez! It's on target, but Lloris reads it well!

    Half Time...

    Everything is going to plan so far, Domagnano are playing well and holding off Lyon, now to take full advantage of the red card! Come on Domagnano!

    Second Half...

    51st Minute: Venerruci puts a fantastic ball into the box for Stothard, he goes for glory! Lloris is there again to save the day! He's going to be tough to beat!

    64th Minute: Park with an effort!!! Lloris is surely man of the match as he gets down well to stop the shot! Unlucky Park. Horrible corner from Stothard!

    70th Minute: A great ball from a Lyon defender puts Lopez clear through on goal! Swain proves that Lloris isn't the only good goalkeeper on the pitch with a great save to deny Lopez!

    78th Minute: Balotelli has a pop from distance, but that was never going to trouble Swain!

    84:40 84th Minute: Another fantastic stop from Swain! Reveillere goes for glory from a difficult angle, but it's a good shot, but Swain is too good and stops yet another shot!

    89th Minute: Faci with a nice pass up for Park, he moves in on goal and tries a low shot, but Lloris is there yet again!

    Full Time:
    Olympique Lyonnaise 0 - 0 Domagnano

    Man Of The Match: Davatzis

    Matt Swain Saves + Red Card


    Olympique Lyonnaise Match Stats

    Shots: 14
    On Target: 9
    Possession: 47%
    Fouls: 16
    Woodwork: 0

    Domagnano Match Stats

    Shots: 7
    On Target: 6
    Possession: 53%
    Fouls: 7
    Woodwork: 0

    Player Ratings

    Matt Swain: 7.2
    Davatzis: 7.8
    Giusseppe Leoni: 7.7
    Richard Marino: 7.5
    Giuseppe Faci: 7.3
    Stefano Duffinci: 6.8
    Animosama: 6.8
    Jake Stothard: 7.2
    Geraint Alacarde: 6.8
    Daniel Park: 6.9
    Steven Venerucci: 6.9

    Verdict: A very tough game for Domagnano and they can be happy coming out of this with a point. The defence was superb today, with Matt Swain making a couple of good saves and Davatzis picking up man of the match. Unfortunately the attack wasn't as good, but Hugo Lloris is a top goalkeeper and proved that with some fantastic saves to stop Park and Co sending the ball home. I'm slightly worried by Geraint Alacarde's recent form, with no indication as to why he's not performing.

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    Good result at Anfield I say. It'd have been perfect if our goal was allowed and won 2-1 in the last moment Solid performance from Domagnano vs OL as well but I believe that red card had impaired OL a lot.

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    Current Ability & Hidden Stats Revealed

    Arawn Moridin

    Current Ability: 158
    Consistency: 20
    Important Matches: 20
    Almost As Good As: Petr Cech
    Could Become As Good As / Better Than: Jose Manuel Reina

    Matt Swain

    Current Ability: 155
    Consistency: 10
    Important Matches: 10
    Almost As Good As: Gianluigi Buffon
    Could Become As Good As / Better Than: Iker Casillas

    Davatzis

    Current Ability: 141
    Consistency: 10
    Important Matches: 20
    Almost As Good As: Best Player In World In His Position
    Could Become As Good As / Better Than: Best Player In World In His Position

    Ben Goldsmith

    Current Ability: 145
    Consistency: 10
    Important Matches: 10
    Almost As Good As: Maicon
    Could Become As Good As / Better Than: Could Become Best Player In World In His Position

    El Toono

    Current Ability: 135
    Consistency: 9
    Important Matches: 8
    Almost As Good As: Philipp Lahm
    Could Become As Good As / Better Than: Could Become Best Player In World In His Position

    Giuseppe Faci

    Current Ability: 150
    Consistency: 8
    Important Matches: 10
    Almost As Good As: Best Player In World In His Position
    Could Become As Good As / Better Than: Best Player In World In His Position

    Richard Marino

    Current Ability: 150
    Consistency: 20
    Important Matches: 10
    Almost As Good As: Ricardo Carvalho
    Could Become As Good As / Better Than: Vincent Kompany

    Luke Corcoran

    Current Ability: 142
    Consistency: 10
    Important Matches: 10
    Almost As Good As: Gabriel Milito
    Could Become As Good As / Better Than: Gerard Pique

    Nick Adam

    Current Ability: 147
    Consistency: 10
    Important Matches: 10
    Almost As Good As: Gabriel Milito
    Could Become As Good As / Better Than: Gerard Pique

    Giusseppe Leoni

    Current Ability: 151
    Consistency: 10
    Important Matches: 10
    Almost As Good As: Ricardo Carvalho
    Could Become As Good As / Better Than: Vincent Kompany

    Simone Finke

    Current Ability: 146
    Consistency: 10
    Important Matches: 20
    Almost As Good As: Andre Santos
    Could Become As Good As / Better Than: Sergio Busquets

    Alessio Gentile

    Current Ability: 149
    Consistency: 10
    Important Matches: 10
    Almost As Good As: Yohan Cabaye
    Could Become As Good As / Better Than: Xavi

    Animosama

    Current Ability: 147
    Consistency: 7
    Important Matches: 10
    Almost As Good As: Mauro Formica
    Could Become As Good As / Better Than: Wesley Sneijder

    Lukio DiSalvo

    Current Ability: 146
    Consistency: 10
    Important Matches: 8
    Almost As Good As: Bastian Schweinsteiger
    Could Become As Good As / Better Than: Cesc Fabregas

    Stefano Duffinci

    Current Ability: 148
    Consistency: 10
    Important Matches: 5
    Almost As Good As: Chinedu Obasi
    Could Become As Good As / Better Than: Cristiano Ronaldo

    Edoardo Lorenzo

    Current Ability: 147
    Consistency: 10
    Important Matches: 2
    Almost As Good As: Ibrahim Afellay
    Could Become As Good As / Better Than: Cristiano Ronaldo

    Walter Ashario

    Current Ability: 151
    Consistency: 10
    Important Matches: 3
    Almost As Good As: Marko Marin
    Could Become As Good As / Better Than: Luka Modric

    Jake Stothard

    Current Ability: 147
    Consistency: 10
    Important Matches: 10
    Almost As Good As: Samir Nasri
    Could Become As Good As / Better Than: Could Become Best Player In World In His Position

    Geraint Alacarde

    Current Ability: 149
    Consistency: 20
    Important Matches: 16
    Almost As Good As: Wesley Sneijder
    Could Become As Good As / Better Than: Could Become Best Player In World In His Position

    Daniel Park

    Current Ability: 146
    Consistency: 20
    Important Matches: 10
    Almost As Good As: Carlos Tevez
    Could Become As Good As / Better Than: Samuel Eto'o

    Plob Dork

    Current Ability: 144
    Consistency: 10
    Important Matches: 20
    Almost As Good As: Klaas-Jan Huntelaar
    Could Become As Good As / Better Than: Fernando Llorente

    Scevola Zangari

    Current Ability: 146
    Consistency: 16
    Important Matches: 9
    Almost As Good As: Klaas-Jan Huntelaar
    Could Become As Good As / Better Than: Fernando Llorente

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    Love my RB, looks like he is shaping up to be all world.

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    Oh boy! Gentile could be as good as or even better than Xavi but he's just a Yohan Cabaye right now Stats looking good, here's hoping I can set up a god training sched for him to develop into a better Xavi as it was who I looked up to while creating him.

    Seeing people as good as Tevez or Sneijder at this moment is a bit demoralizing though, Cabaye trying to build up play for the likes of Tevez

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    Wow! Just WOW! Moridin is immense! And he's still got the highest CA of the lot, though Matt Swain has improved more since the last time CA was revealed. Swains not far behind now

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    Also impressed with Moridins mental stats! I knew the important match stat because I chose that one, but to get 20 in consitency as well is gold!

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    Wow great stats for Leoni and all on the rise by the looks of things. Good future hopefully

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    Europa League Group Stage - Second Game

    Fiorentino Vs AEK Athens

    Europa League Group K - The current standings...

    AEK Athens are probably the weakest team that Fiorentino will face, but as we have seen recently with San Marino, playing a weaker team isn't always a good thing and the players can get complacent! Having said that, i'm sure Fiorentino will be looking for the 3 points today and possibly a decent scoreline. They still have a makeshift back 4 however, with Luke Corcoran and Ben Goldsmith still out injured, and the fresh injury to Gabriele Genghini who was the preferred Right Back with Goldsmith injured. Mattia Casadei has been given the nod in place of Genghini.

    First Half...

    8th Minute: Michalopoulos finds the ball at his feet on the left, puts a fantastic ball through for Vasileiou who slots the ball under Moridin with ease... Fiorentino 0 - 1 AEK Athens

    18th Minute: A decent ball in for the AEK Athens Right Midfielder, Dellas heads... Just over the bar, a bad start here for Fiorentino!

    43rd Minute: A massive ball up from Casadei, perfect long ball, but Dork is impeded momentarily by Tatsis, but keeps the ball, it appears the chance has gone... He moves back in the box with pace... Tame shot from Dork...

    Half Time...

    Yet again, Fiorentino's usual possession football isn't working too well with only 56% possession! I'm going to go for the change as we've had one real chance on goal, which isn't enough!

    Second Half...

    50th Minute: Lorenzo with a free kick, curls it into the box and gentile gets a head to it! Hits the post!

    62nd Minute: Ashario puts a beautifull cross in front of goal and Lorenzo only had to smash it in from close range, but his shot from 5 yards out was really bad and the keeper collected easy! He should have finished that!

    65th Minute: Lorenzo has one defender in front of him and 3 Fiorentino players to his left! He passes forwards to Dork, but DiSalvo moves towards the ball and trips over Dork, they both go down and the defender collects! What the hell was DiSalvo thinking! He effectively tackled his own player whilst a glorious chance goes begging!

    66th Minute: DiSalvo picks out Dork who goes on a mazy run! Tame shot yet again! The AEK Athens goalkeeper is having an easy game.

    67th Minute: Dork takes on the defence before clipping the ball towards goal... Just over the bar, but I think the goalkeeper had it covered.

    Full Time... Fiorentino 0 - 1 AEK Athens

    Man Of The Match: Vasilis Pappas

    Fiorentino Match Stats
    Shots: 10
    On Target: 5
    Possession: 53%
    Fouls: 9
    Woodwork: 1

    AEK Athens Match Stats
    Shots: 8
    On Target: 4
    Possession: 47%
    Fouls: 21
    Woodwork: 0

    Player Ratings

    Arawn Moridin: 7.1
    Mattia Casadei: 7.3
    Nick Adam: 6.9
    Raffaele Carlini: 6.9
    El Toono: 7.3
    Simone Finke: 6.9
    Alessio Gentile (C): 6.8
    Lukio DiSalvo: 6.8
    Edoardo Lorenzo: 6.8
    Walter Ashario: 7.2
    Plob Dork: 6.9

    Verdict: A disgracefull performance against the team they expected to beat home and away. AEK didn't particularly play well, but scored the goal that was needed. DiSalvo is probably to blame for a massive opportunity missed, tackling his own player, Plob Dork... After these first two matches, you can probably say Fiorentino aren't good enough for Europe this season.

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    Soo Pumped great result against Lyon, lets push on lads we can do this and Show San Marino will be up there now

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    Quote Originally Posted by dieu View Post
    Wow! Just WOW! Moridin is immense! And he's still got the highest CA of the lot, though Matt Swain has improved more since the last time CA was revealed. Swains not far behind now
    Mate we are under appriciated in this game haha everyone else gets the glory but we go around doing what we do haha, now were solid and its good competition for hopefully the World Cup Squad if we can make it

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    I'm worried about Geraint Alacarde's form too.. T-T.. Is he playing in his natural AMC position? If he is, try making him a trequarsista or other roles.. If he is in MC, maybe a box to box? Love his hidden stats though..

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    Wow... Important Matches of 2? Lorenzo is screwed. ._.

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    Bad important matches for Ashario does not bode well for the bigger games in the future, not a good result against athens as well. Maybe next year.

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    Oh dear, looks like DiSalvo has had a couple of poor games making some important mistakes! Hopefully things can only get better for him!

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    so i see 'could be best player in position' then i see 'could be as good as cristiano ronaldo' excited, i look at mine 'could be as good as Vincent Kompany'

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    Quote Originally Posted by ri916 View Post
    so i see 'could be best player in position' then i see 'could be as good as cristiano ronaldo' excited, i look at mine 'could be as good as Vincent Kompany'
    Your player is only 17, you def have a great shot of exceeding those expectations.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ri916 View Post
    so i see 'could be best player in position' then i see 'could be as good as cristiano ronaldo' excited, i look at mine 'could be as good as Vincent Kompany'
    My guy's the same. Kompany has a CA of 175 which is still amazing.

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    Ok guys, for some reason it didn't save last night, so I have to redo the CSKA game and AEK Athens. It's unfortunate for Domagnano as they won 5 - 2, but lucky for Fiorentino because they lost 1 - 0 and very annoying for me because I already posted one update and had the CSKA update typed up nearly.

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    Sorry to hear that mate

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    Champions League Group Stage - Game Two

    Domagnano 0 - 0 CSKA Moscow

    Man Of The Match: Arkady Morev

    Domagnano Match Stats
    Shots: 6
    On Target: 2
    Possession: 63%
    Fouls: 13
    Woodwork: 0

    CSKA Moscow Match Stats
    Shots: 10
    On Target: 3
    Possession: 37%
    Fouls: 9
    Woodwork: 0

    Player Ratings

    Matt Swain: 6.7
    Davatzis: 7.2
    Federico Righi: 6.9
    Richard Marino: 7.3
    Giuseppe Faci: 7.4
    Stefano Duffinci: 6.9
    Animosama: 6.9
    Geraint Alacarde: 6.9
    Jake Stothard: 7.0
    Samuele Bugli: 6.9
    Daniel Park: 6.8

    Verdict: CSKA ended up with a red card early on, but Domagnano couldn't take advantage and looked average throughout the game. This is unfortunate after the last time round, the team managed to pull off a 5 - 2 victory after an early red card!

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    Europa League Group Stage - Game Two

    Fiorentino 3 - 0 AEK Athens

    Man Of The Match:
    Nick Adam

    Fiorentino Match Stats
    Shots: 19
    On Target: 8
    Possession: 54%
    Fouls: 3
    Woodwork: 0

    AEK Athens Match Stats
    Shots:8
    On Target: 1
    Possession: 46%
    Fouls: 17
    Woodwork: 0

    Player Ratings

    Arawn Moridin: 6.9
    Mattia Casadei: 7.3
    Nick Adam: 8.6
    Raffaele Carlini: 7.1
    El Toono: 7.8
    Simone Finke: 7.0
    Alessio Gentile: 7.0
    Lukio DiSalvo: 8.2 (1)
    Edoardo Lorenzo: 8.1 (1)
    Walter Ashario: 8.6 (1)
    Plob Dork: 7.6

    Verdict: A lot better than the first time round, the Fiorentino players will be very happy with this result! The whole AEK Athens team were a disgrace, which allowed Fiorentino to run them down.

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    I've just done some quick updates on those two games, but I will get back to normal on the rest of the games.

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    Get in! Unlucky about the save issue but at least it gave us the optimum result

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    how annoying. not only do we go from winning to drawing, our fierce rivals end up winning!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ri916 View Post
    how annoying. not only do we go from winning to drawing, our fierce rivals end up winning!
    I never posted it, so technically it never happened ;)

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    Well two Group Stages matches gone and unbeaten and no goals conceded im happy with that, although would hae gladly conceded 2 goals for a 5-2 win haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tactic Master View Post
    I never posted it, so technically it never happened ;)
    Hahah, then you shouldn't have mentioned it in the first place..

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    World Cup European Qualifying Section

    England Vs San Marino

    This is a major match for San Marino, with England one of the biggest Nations in the world. This is definately by far the biggest test so far and San Marino need to pick themselves up after the last match with Poland. England are currently ranked 6th in the world and could field players such as Rooney, Gerrard, Terry, Lampard, Cole, Ferdinand and several more top players!

    San Marino will be missing 3 players for the game against England, with the following 3 being injured...

    Giusseppe Leoni, expected to recover between 3 to 6 days time with a Facial Injury
    Luke Corcoran, expected to recover between 3 to 5 weeks time with Strained Knee Ligaments
    Ben Goldsmith, expected to recover between 8 days and 3 weeks with Strained Knee Ligaments

    Formation: 4-1-2-3

    I've gone with a new tactic as I think we need to experiment for the World Cup and see what works best. We also know that on the International level, we can't seem to get a good partnership up front, so using all three could be the answer.

    San Marino Team

    GK - Moridin
    DR - Davatzis
    DC - Adam
    DC - Leoni
    DL - Faci
    DM - Finke
    MC - DiSalvo
    MC - Gentile
    STR - Dork
    STC - Zangari
    STL - Park

    First Half...

    32nd Minute: England have been dominant, but there has been no action as such, long range shots mostly. Finke has the first major chance for San Marino, with a free kick on the edge of the box... That shot looked destined for the net, but just clips the crossbar!

    33rd Minute:
    Goal! Zangari picks up a through ball from Dork and slots it past Hart... OFFSIDE! The referee has ruled the goal out with the linesman flagging for offside. What a chance that could have been! England were turned inside out!

    Half Time...

    England have had most of the action so far, but we have forced them to take long shots which have all gone off target! Unfortunaly our two major chances went just over the bar and was flagged offside.

    Second Half...

    54th Minute: DiSalvo picks up a ball from an England mistake and plays it towards park, it's 3 v 2! Park plays it across field to Dork who has space to run down the right hand side, he moves inside to cross it in, but Terry manages to get a foot in to put it out for a corner! The corner is scrambled out, but Dork smashes it back towards goal... It hits Jagielka and deflects towards goal! Brilliant save from Hart!

    58th Minute: Parker tackled Gentile and plays in Lennon, he smashes it at Hart... Great save! but the action isn't over with Rooney charging towards the loose ball, great block by Davatzis!

    59th Minute: Some fantastic blocks from the defence, it's an onslaught from England!

    61st Minute: Milner puts Rooney clear through! Rooney tries to trick Moridin, goes for the shot... Just wide!

    Substitute: Zangari Off - Jake Stothard On

    71st Minute: Gentile plays a fantastic ball up the field, Stothard stands tall and heads it on to Dork, he uses his pace to get past Terry, he puts the ball across the box for Park who goes for goal! Terry accidently gets in the way of the shot! He will be very pleased, but it was a pure accident! Jagielka clears the ball.

    77th Minute: Dork finds himself in front of goal and smashes it at Hart, Great save! Park goes for the rebound... He's put it wide of an open goal! Brilliant chance and San Marino are threatening here!

    79th Minute: Rooney has a great chance 1 on 1, but fails to hit the target! San Marino got lucky there, this is end to end stuff!

    Full Time...
    England 0 - 0 San Marino

    Man Of The Match: Nick Adam

    England Match Stats
    Shots: 13
    On Target: 2
    Possession: 54%
    Fouls: 17
    Woodwork: 0

    San Marino Match Stats
    Shots: 6
    On Target: 2
    Possession: 46%
    Fouls: 12
    Woodwork: 0

    Player Ratings

    Arawn Moridin: 6.7
    Davatzis: 6.9
    Nick Adam: 8.0
    Giusseppe Leoni: 7.1
    Giuseppe Faci: 7.1
    Simone Finke: 6.9
    Lukio DiSalvo: 6.9
    Alessio Gentile: 6.8
    Plob Dork: 7.0
    Scevola Zangari: 6.0
    Daniel Park: 6.9

    Jake Stothard: 6.9

    Verdict: A great result against England at Wembley! San Marino put on a great show in defence and were unlucky not to score. England had many shots, but were a disgrace in front of goal and never looked like scoring all game. It was very good to watch in the second half after a less than entertaining first half, with end to end football and San Marino can be proud of going to Wembley and putting on a show!

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    Ill take that away game draw against a team like England any day

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    Our next game is against Montenegro, I will post the Group Table in that update. At the moment, we are still in with as good a chance as any to reach the World Cup and a victory over Montenegro would put is right up there with England, especially if Poland lose their next match.

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    Name Of Player: Jake Stothard
    Training Focus: Composure
    Training Intensity (Light, Average, Heavy): Average
    New Position: None

    Strength: 8
    Aerobic: 16
    Tactics: 21
    Ball control: 12
    Defending: 6
    Attacking: 17
    Shooting: 12

    Sorry it is so late!

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    World Cup European Qualifying Stage

    World Cup Qualifying Group 8 Table - After a very good game against England, we have left ourselves in with a good chance of taking 2nd spot in the group after this game against Montenegro, if results permit!

    San Marino Vs Montenegro

    Montenegro are a good team, ranked 17th in the world and will be a very good challenge for San Marino. If we can play like we did against England, I think we may be able to edge this one, but we shouldn't get our hopes up. England are playing Poland, which could be a big advantage for us, with Poland being 2 points ahead of us. Unfortunately, top spot isn't an option as no matter what happens, either Poland or England will probably top the group with Montenegro in with a slight chance (i'm sure we San Marino fans agree).

    World Rank: 79th - San Marino have dropped 9 place since their defeat to Poland and draw with England

    Team Line-up

    Matt Swain
    Davatzis
    Richard Marino
    Giusseppe Leoni
    El Toono
    Simone Finke
    Lukio DiSalvo
    Animosama
    Scevola Zangari
    Plob Dork
    Jake Stothard

    First Half...

    5th Minute: Finke puts a brilliant ball through for Dork! Dork only has to make his run towards goal and finish, but the speed of Basa behind him puts him off, he takes it out wide and goes for goal, but it's a brilliant reaction save from the keeper. The resulting corner is clear out for another corner! Stothard puts the ball into the box again and Dork takes it down with one touch... Zverotic slides in!
    Penalty!!!

    7th Minute: Scevola Zangari steps up to take the penalty...
    GOALLLLLLLL!!! San Marino 1 - 0 Montenegro! Zangari places it into the bottom right hand corner! The keeper guessed the right way, but the shot was unstoppable!

    26th Minute: San Marino are moving forward with pace, Animosama plays it to Dork, who puts it through to an on running Finke, he goes for goal, but it's saved by the keeper, Zangari goes in for the rebound... Great double save! A fantastic break from San Marino, but the keeper seems to be on form.

    31st Minute: Davatzis makes a run down the right, plays it back to DiSalvo infield, he makes a fantastic run into the box and passes it across to an unmarked Zangari! His shot hits Dork and deflects towards goal! Brillaint save again! The resulting corner is a waste.

    35th Minute: Finke takes the free kick... The ball curls away from goal at the last second! Great strike by Finke.

    45th Minute: A great ball from the Montenegro midfielder, Beciraj is too fast for Davatzis, but he managed to get back into position and tackles Beciraj before he can get the shot off!

    Half Time...

    Things are going well so far, but there is definately a threat from Montenegro and we will do well to keep this at 1 - 0!

    Second Half...

    45th Minute: Zangari gets the ball forward, passes infield to Dork who puts a fantastic ball in for Stothard, the defender collects, but Stothard tackles and gets a quick shot off... He probably rushed that one and could have controlled before shooting.

    47th Minute: Toono plays the ball to Animosama who turns and passes straight to Dork, he has a crack! Good save down to his right for the goalkeeper...

    50th Minute: Zangari with wonderfull feet managed to get through the middle of two defenders, plays a fantastic ball across the box to Dork who goes for glory! What a chance wasted! He should have put that one in with the keeper in no man land!

    52nd Minute: El Toono plays a brilliant ball over the top and Stothard out-runs the defender and tries a shot... he will kick himself for missing that! It seems to be Montenegro's night as San Marino can't seem to hit the target!

    56th Minute: Montenegro pick the ball up at the back with the last defender, but Dork tackles him and collects the ball, hits it, but the defender had got back infront of him, it deflects backwards to Stothard... He shoots, it hits a Montenegro player and hits the crossbar!!! Zangari is at the back post to head it in!
    Go...... THE DEFENDER HEADS OFF THE LINE! It appears San Marino just can't find the net!

    Substitutes...

    Plob Dork Off - Daniel Park On
    Simone Finke Off - Nick Adam On
    Animosama Off - Walter Ashario On

    66th Minute: Beciraj runs down the right and has Vukcevic clear in the middle, he plays the ball into the box! HOW DID HE MISS! A horrifying miss from Vukcevic who had the keeper scrambling!

    69th Minute: San Marino are on the break again! Zangari puts a great pass through for Park! Park accelerates at speed and is one on one with the keeper!
    PARRRRRRRKKKKKKKKKKKK!!! He's come on the pitch and turned the game on it's head! He's done what San Marino have failed to do since the penalty, rounding the keeper and slotting it home! San Marino 2 - 0 Montenegro!

    74th Minute: Park creates a chance for himself out of nothing with amazing pace!
    CROSSBAR! Fantastic shot, but hits the crossbar, hes been influential since the minute he stepped on the pitch! Montenegro are being overwhelmed!

    79th Minute: Davatzis to Zangari, to DiSalvo, inwards to Park, through for Stothard! Brilliant save from the keeper... Very nice passing play from San Marino and they are unfortunate not to score. Ashario takes the corner...
    GOALLLLLLLLLL!!! Park slides in to connect with the low corner, connects and scores! Sensational performance from the substitutes! San Marino 3 - 0 Montenegro.

    82nd Minute: Vukcevic takes the corner and it's smashed in by Jovetic! Brilliant goal!
    San Marino 3 - 1 Montenegro...

    87th Minute: This is a late serge from Montenegro! Vukcevic with another corner, connected by Dzudovic! CROSSBAR! Montenegro are really attempting a come back here!

    90th Minute:
    GOALLLLLL!!! San Marino have stuck the plug in on Montenegro's chances of a come back! Ashario passed the ball to Stothard on the left, he turns the defender and moves inwards towards goal, tries a low shot, well saved by the keeper, but the ball rebounds back to Stothard and he makes no mistake with his second shot! San Marino 4 - 1 Montenegro!

    Full Time...
    San Marino 4 - 1 Montenegro!

    Man Of The Match: Daniel Park

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    San Marino Match Stats
    Shots: 21
    On Target: 11
    Possession: 51%
    Fouls: 15
    Woodwork: 2

    Montenegro Match Stats
    Shots: 6
    On Target: 1
    Possession: 49%
    Fouls: 14
    Woodwork: 1

    Player Ratings

    Matt Swain: 6.9
    Davatzis: 7.4
    Giusseppe Leoni: 7.7
    Richard Marino: 7.3
    El Toono: 7.7
    Simone Finke: 6.9
    Lukio DiSalvo: 6.9
    Animosama: 6.8
    Scevola Zangari: 8.5 (1)
    Plob Dork: 6.9
    Jake Stothard: 8.1 (1)

    Nick Adam: 6.9
    Daniel Park: 8.5 (2)
    Walter Ashario: 6.9

    Verdict: An emphatic victory!!! We absolutely destroyed Montenegro! We were struggling to make an impact in front of goal, untill Daniel Park took to the field! He turned the game on it's head and deserved his man of the match award. Stothard was a threat all game, but struggled to score untill the chance presented itself in the 90th minute, a well deserved goal. Zangari back from injury also made an impact from the spot and his overall play was fantastic to watch. The midfield was rather average, but the overall score definately allows us to forget about that. The defence was brilliant and we didn't deserve to concede, but corners are sometimes like the lottery, the ball could land anywhere.

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    Another good result. Makes the Poland result all the more disappointing

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    Am I a bad person to want Mark Swain to fail as long as San Marino wins?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShyBaldBuddhist View Post
    Another good result. Makes the Poland result all the more disappointing
    Agreed, but we can't win them all and I think we were just on the top of our form today and it also came down to some good substitutions, especially Park.

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    Great win, but as mentioned above, it does make us regret the missed chances in the Poland game. Nice to see Park produce for San Marino, maybe his change of pace off the bench against a tired side would be best for now until he learns to be more consistent on the international stage though. I think his lack of stamina hurts him big time against other national teams unfortunately

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    Quote Originally Posted by slich View Post
    Great win, but as mentioned above, it does make us regret the missed chances in the Poland game. Nice to see Park produce for San Marino, maybe his change of pace off the bench against a tired side would be best for now until he learns to be more consistent on the international stage though. I think his lack of stamina hurts him big time against other national teams unfortunately
    Poland are top of the group after beating England, so we aren't the only team that has failed against them.

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    Some very good results there, we need to keep it going, even if I seem to be coming off the bench a lot.

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    Nice results hope my stamina is improving so that I can stay on the field longer

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    Great result against Montenegro, too bad for the one against England though.. Nevermind, let's keep this up guys! =)

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    For everyone talking about the Poland loss, please note that I didn't play, without Zangari it appears the team lacks a guy up top to play through.

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    Europa League Group Stage - Game Three

    Stuttgart Vs Fiorentino

    Stuttgart are one of the top teams in Germany and this will be a huge test for Fiorentino and potentially one that could decide whether Fiorentino make it to the next round. Stuttgart are current second in the Bundesliga and have the second best record defensively, whilst also scoring the second most amount of goals. The main threat seems to come from Julian Schieber, but whether he will start for Stuttgart today is another matter.


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    First Half...

    2nd Minute: Lorenzo steps up to take a free-kick on the edge of the box... Good save from Leno! That was heading for the top corner...

    4th Minute: Finke plays the ball to Lorenzo, he plays a cheeky back heel towards the box, but Bauer collects... Dork is quick to move in and tackle Bauer, stealing the ball clear in front of goal! GOALLLLLLLLLLL!!! The keeper came out and Dork took his chance with the keeper just stopping to watch it go past him! Stuttgart 0 - 1 Fiorentino!

    8th Minute: Finke tackles from behind, but the referee just gives him a warning... He was lucky not to pick up a yellow there.

    14th Minute: Gentile passes upfield to Lorenzo who turns and goes for goal... He should have taken an extra touch there to set the ball up...

    15th Minute: Lorenzo takes another free-kick from the edge of the box, but it goes clear over the bar!

    17th Minute: Gentile heads the corner away, Cacau picks up the ball and passes straight into the box to Bah, hes got a clear shot and he can't miss! Amazing stop from Moridin from the close range shot! The linesman has his flag up so it wouldn't have counted anyway.

    27th Minute: Ashario takes the corner, curling the ball to the front post... DORK!
    GOALLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL!!! Dork heads in at the front post with nobody around to stop him! Stuttgart 0 - 2 Fiorentino!

    32nd Minute: The ball is cleared out of the Stuttgart box to the left hand side, Toono picks it up and goes for what looks like a cross... The keepr scrambles to his left to stop the ball from sneaking in! Toono definately didn't mean that!

    40th Minute:
    GOALLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL!!! HATRICK HERO!!!!! DORKKKKKKKK!!!!! He's ripping Stuttgart's defence apart! Ashario is the architect here with some brilliant feet in midfield to sneak through the middle of two players and play a wonderfull pass through for Dork who rounds the keeper before slotting home! Stuttgart 0 - 3 Fiorentino!

    Half Time...

    Stuttgart are struggling here against what appears to be a 2 man team, with Ashario and Dork ripping the field up with amazing performances! Dork just can't seem to miss and Ashario's passing is inch perfect! It doesn't appear that anything needs to be changed at half time, so here comes the second half!

    Second Half...

    48th Minute: Okazaki has a go from distance as Stuttgart are getting desperate! Horrible miss! The keeper had it covered either way.

    59th Minute: Lorenzo to Ashario, straight to Dork... Brilliant strike, but just about wide! The keeper would never have saved that if it was on target!

    63rd Minute: Ashario takes the corner... Crossbar!!! Dork was so close to an historic 4 goal haul!

    66th Minute: A fantastic ball up field puts Lorenzo on for a run up the right, he smashes the ball across goal! Dork is so close to a connection, but the ball just about evades him! It's cleared by the defence.

    72nd Minute: Gentile slots the ball in to Dork's path, he turns and uses his pace to get into the box, has a crack! Brilliant save! This is the Dork Show!

    73rd Minute: Finke picks up a silly yellow card from grappling with a Stuttgart midfielder.

    74th Minute: Shieber is some how clear through on goal, but Goldsmith comes charging across... Great last ditch challenge!!!

    76th Minute:
    Stuttgart 1 - 3 Fiorentino! What a freak goal! Adam has put it in his own net, but Moridin will have to take full blame! Cacau latches onto a long ball, but Adam uses his pace to catch up and slides in, pushing the ball towards goal, Moridin watches it go past him, he runs back towards goal to collect and totally misses the ball!!!

    77th Minute: Fiorentino restart play, Ashario passes to Dork, he passes across to Lorenzo, Lorenzo slots it through for the run of Dork! He's got a 1 on 1 with the keeper! He goes for power!
    CROSSBAR!!! He goes for the rebound but the defender slides in to deflect the shot back out!

    79th Minute: Stuttgart have players free in the box, with Schieber running the ball down the left! Great Block! Goldsmith has probably just saved Fiorentino from a worrying end to the game! Kvist takes the corner straight to Shieber at the front post, Great block from Finke! It's another corner... Kvist smashes it into the centre of the box, Maza heads down and Bah finishes!
    Stuttgart 2 - 3 Fiorentino! Stuttgart are back in this and it's going to be a tough end to the game!

    Substitute - Edoardo Lorenzo Off - Daniele Friguglietti On - Edoardo has hard time today against Stuttgart and will make way for Friguglietti...

    83rd Minute: Ashario has a crack on goal, but its well saved and goes out for a corner. Ashario takes the corner and Dork connects... Another good save from the keeper.

    Full Time...
    Stuttgart 2 - 3 Fiorentino!!!

    Man Of The Match: *
    Plob Dork*

    Saves & Goals


    Stuttgart Match Stats
    Shots: 8
    On Target: 2
    Possession: 50%
    Fouls: 16
    Woodwork: 0

    Fiorentino Match Stats
    Shots: 18
    On Target: 9
    Possession: 50%
    Fouls: 11
    Woodwork: 2

    Match Ratings

    Arawn Moridin: 6.9
    Ben Goldsmith: 7.1
    Nick Adam: 7.0
    Mattia Casadei: 6.9
    El Toono: 7.0
    Simone Finke: 7.3
    Lukio DiSalvo: 6.9
    Alessio Gentile: 6.9
    Edoardo Lorenzo: 6.0
    Plob Dork: 9.6 (3)
    Walter Ashario: 8.8

    Daniele Friguglietti

    Verdict: A fantastic solo display from Plob Dork saw Fiorentino pick up the 3 points which could possibly see them through to the next round if results go the right way! Fiorentino didn't have it all their way though with a late burst from Stuttgart with a freak own goal and a classic corner goal, but Fiorentino managed to control the ball in extra time to get them over the finishing line! Ashario and Dork will take all credit for this victory!
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    Champions League Group Stage - Game Three

    Shalke Vs Domagnano

    Everyone knew this would be a very tough group for Domagnano, but this game against Shalke is a must win. If they don't win or at least draw this one, they will be in last place going into their fourth game, which isn't a very good position to be in! Currently Domagnano haven't scored in the group stages, nor have they conceded! Shalke is probably the easiest game looking at domestic and european form from Shalke, they currently lay 8th in the Bundesliga and are last place in the group with 0 points from their games against Lyon and CSKA... Domagnano will be boosted by the return of Zangari to partner Park up front.


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    First Half...

    4th Minute: Domagnano are on the counter attack and Park is racing up the right hand side, he cuts infield and spray a pass towards Duffinci! Duffinci goes for glory... Wonderfull save from the keeper! Decent effort from Duffinci.

    6th Minute: Stothard forces a corner from a strike on the edge of the box! Good save... The resulting corner is a waste from Stothard.

    11th Minute: GOAL! Maybe not! It's been ruled out for a foul on Swain!, Domagnano have got lucky! Jurado took the free kick that landed in front of Huntelaar who made no mistake in applying the finish, but smashed into Swain in the process!

    14th Minute: GOALLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL!!! Stothard put the corner into Marino's path, he took it down on his chest and smashed it low into the net! Brilliant corner! Marino will be happy with that one for definate. Shalke 0 - 1 Domagnano!

    22nd Minute: Huntelaar has a go at the other end and the ball swerves everywhere! I'm sure that clipped the crossbar!

    23rd Minute: Huntelaar gets through on goal and appears to be odds on favourite! Brilliant save from Swain! He will be happy with that one!

    24th Minute: Huntelaar is everywhere! He tries a cheeky lobbed effort, but it goes miserably wide!

    27th Minute: Huntelaar tries to do too much in his pursuit for a goal and brings down Marino...
    YELLOW CARD!

    28th Minute: Huntelaar is on the ball again, Faci appears to tackle, but ends up diving to the floor! The referee looks disgusted with Faci's attempt to get Huntelaar sent off and waves play on!

    28th Minute: Nyom puts a wonderfall ball into the box and Jurado has Swain worried! Just wide!

    36th Minute: Stothard takes the free kick close to the Shalke area... Hits the wall! Out for a corner! It's a bit of a stray corner from his usual aim, but it causes alsorts of trouble and Fuchs has to head it over to clear the danger! Out for another corner... He rushes the corner before Marino can get into position! What a waste!

    44th Minute: Giusseppe Leoni has gone to the ground injured! We will have to see the out-come later as he is stretchered off the pitch!

    Substitution... Giusseppe Leoni Off - Federico Righi On

    Half Time...

    Huntelaar has been a big handfull through the game so far, but Stothard's corner and Marino's take down to score the goal seperates the two teams at half time. A change in tactics is probably neccessary here...

    Formation Change: 4-1-2-3

    Second Half...

    47th Minute: Faci plays it upfield to Zangari, he takes it down on his chest, moves it to Duffinci, Duffinci picks out a wondefull pass to the oncoming Park! Fuchs slides in dangerously!!!
    GOALLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL!!! Fuch's has scored the own goal with sliding in, but he can count himself lucky he didn't get sent off and give the penalty away! He's already on a yellow card! Shalke 0 - 2 Domagnano!

    49th Minute: Jurado takes the corner, lands it on the backpost for Huntelaar... Horrible header from the striker!

    52nd Minute: Jurado with his trademark long range free kick, curling it to the back post! HOWEDES!!! WOW a fantastic save from Swain! Faci clears the danger!

    55th Minute: Stothard picks up the ball and imediately puts Duffinci through with a wonderfull pass... He goes for goal, but its a good save from the keeper!

    64th Minute: Uchida takes the throw in close to the Domagnano area... It's a long one which Righi heads clear, it's a perfect header on to Zangari! Domagnano are on the counter attack! Zangari smashes it up field to Park! He's got Stothard to his left! He runs it towards goal! THE ANGLE LOOKS AGAINST HIM BUT HE GOES FOR GLORY ANYWAY!!!
    GOALLLLLL GOALLLLLLLL GOALLLLLL GOALLLLLLLLL!!! Absolutely magical counter attack!!! Shalke 0 - 3 Domagnano!!!
    68th Minute: Righi takes down Pukki and the ref blows for a foul... what's his decision???
    YELLOW CARD! Righi could probably count himself lucky it's only a yellow. Huntelaar takes the free kick, passes straight out wide to Uchida, he smashes one from the byline! Huntelaar! Fantastic save from Swain! He really wants that clean sheet! Corner!

    79th Minute: It's a counter attack from Domagnano, Park outpaces the defender and cuts it in field for Zangari! It looks like hes going for an attempt! No, he's passes back over to Park, Park goes for goal! Brilliant save! Animosama wants a penalty for a foul on Zangari, but the referee waves away the protests, it's a corner... It's a waste...

    81st Minute: It's another counter attack after a header away from the defence... Park to Zangari... Zangari slots it through for Stothard! FOUL!!! Jan Moravek takes down Stothard from behind! What's the decision, surely a red!
    YELLOW CARD! It wasn't deemed as a last man challenge, due to Fuchs being to the right, but further towards goal... Stothard takes the free kick, it's on target, but the keeper is equal too it. Stothard will be livid!

    84th Minute: Zangari creates space out of nothing and has a crack at goal! Just wide!

    88th Minute: Fushs with a free kick... Nice strike but an equally nice save!

    Full Time...
    Shalke 0 - 3 Domagnano!

    Man Of The Match: Richard Marino

    Goals...


    Shalke Match Stats
    Shots: 10
    On Target: 5
    Possession: 44%
    Fouls: 13
    Woodwork: 1

    Domagnano Match Stats
    Shots: 12
    On Target: 8
    Possession: 56%
    Fouls: 9
    Woodwork: 0

    Player Ratings

    Matt Swain: 7.1
    Davatzis: 7.9
    Giusseppe Leoni (Injured): 6.1
    Richard Marino: 8.9 (1)
    Giuseppe Faci: 7.5
    Stefano Duffinci: 7.6
    Animosama: 7.2
    Jake Stothard: 7.8
    Geraint Alacarde: 6.8
    Daniel Park: 8.3 (1)
    Scevola Zangari: 8.3

    Federico Righi: 6.9

    Verdict: Shalke were probably the better team in the first half, despite going into half time 1-0 down, but the formation change at half time turned things around and Domagnano dominated and ended the game with 3 goals! The defence was rock solid and Domagnano played as a team, with only Marino standing out from everyone as the big performer on the night, but nearly everyone performed very well. Domagnano will be worrying about the injury to Leoni and will be hoping it isn't too serious.

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    Outstanding win against Schalke there boys, we needed that!

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    good to see Marino back on form! hope to see him back in the national starting line-up ;)

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    Brilliant play, lets hope we get through.

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    Come on, the money would be great for us!

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    Any update on Leoni then? Hopefully not too long..

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    Lovely win over Stutgart, keep it up TM!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TWFL View Post
    Any update on Leoni then? Hopefully not too long..
    I'm doing some updates shortly, so you will get the news very soon.

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    Good result against Stuttgart. Should top the group now

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    Another Clean Sheet in the CL, go Swain, and looks like i had a eventful and good game

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    Quote Originally Posted by matts View Post
    Another Clean Sheet in the CL, go Swain, and looks like i had a eventful and good game
    Unfortunately I lost the video clips of the saves.

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    Wow, 3-0 against Schalke? great result!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dieu View Post
    Am I a bad person to want Mark Swain to fail as long as San Marino wins?

    Moridin - San Marino's number 1
    Feelings Mutual haha, But the number 1 jersey will be in my hands come the world cup should we get there the only thing that can really judge us is our european adventure as we are rarely called upon in the league

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tactic Master View Post
    Unfortunately I lost the video clips of the saves.
    No probs mate, i bet Huntelaar wants me injured for the nxt meeting haha, still waiting for that MOM performance haha

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    Fiorentino Progress Update

    This season is big for Fiorentino, playing in the Europa League, reaching the group stages and with a possibility of going even further. They also have a massive showdown game with arch-rivals 'Domagnano' in the Trofeo Federale Final! The following update will include all competitions and the respective matches, player images, league and cup images and a verdict of the season so far and the possibilities of the future from me...

    Friendly Matches...

    (H) Tre Penne 6 - 0 (DiSalvo x2, Own Goal, Gabrielli, Ashario, Lorenzo)
    (H) Juvenes Dogana 4 - 0 (Dork x2, Lorenzo x2)

    Europa League Matches...

    EC2QR1 (A) Debrecen 1 - 0 (Adam)
    EC2QR2 (H) Debrecen 2 - 1 (Gentile, Finke)
    EC3QR1 (A) Aris 0 - 0
    EC3QR2 (H) Aris 2 - 1 (Gentile, Ashario)
    EC4QR1 (H) Zurich 4 - 1 (Finke x3, Adam)
    EC4QR2 (A) Zurich 1 - 1 (Lorenzo)

    ECG (A) Liverpool 1 - 1 (Adam)
    ECG (H) AEK Athens 3 - 0 (Lorenzo, DiSalvo, Ashario)
    ECG (A) Stuttgart 3 - 2 (Dork x3)

    Europa League Group Stage Table

    Trofeo Federale Match

    TFSF (H) Juvenes Dogana 5 - 0 (Ashario, Gentile, Lorenzo, Adam, Dork)

    Taca Titano Match

    TTG (H) Faetano 6 - 0 (Ashario x2, Dork x2, Casadei, Lorenzo)

    Campionato Sammarinese Matches

    CS (H) San Giovanni 7 - 0 (Lorenzo x3, Ashario, Dork x2, DiSalvo)
    CS (A) Cosmos 4 - 0 (Ashario, Dork x2, Carlini)
    CS (H) Cailungo 10 - 0 (Dork x2, Lorenzo x3, Ashario x4, Gentile)
    CS (A) Murata 4 - 0 (Dork x4)

    Campionato Sammarinese League Tables

    Players...

    Arawn Moridin
    Ben Goldsmith
    Luke Corcoran
    Nick Adam
    El Toono
    Simone Finke
    Alessio Gentile
    Lukio DiSalvo
    Edoardo Lorenzo
    Walter Ashario
    Plob Dork

    Verdict: A fantastic season so far for Fiorentino! They will still be disappointed at missing out on Champions League football last season, but they are kicking on well with the Europa League. They currently top the table in the group stage after 3 fantastic results and they are top of their group in the Campionato Sammarinese. I think they are a force to be reckoned with this season and Domagnano will need to watch out in the up and coming Trofeo Federale Final!

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    Moridin keeps improving When do we get to see CA again?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dieu View Post
    Moridin keeps improving When do we get to see CA again?
    Probably in a few months time

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    I'll post here as well. You need to clean up your inbox TM

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    Quote Originally Posted by dieu View Post
    I'll post here as well. You need to clean up your inbox TM
    Sorry i've been working and getting a hair cut Inbox clean and i'm going to be doing more updates today.

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    The next Piqué, not bad, but I always seem to be injured

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    Some fantastic results in Europe for both teams! KUTGW

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    Will be starting on the Domagnano update soon.

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    Looking forward to it!

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    I just thought i'd make this announcement, incase anybody is wondering... Unfortunately this sign-up has ended early. The reason being, i've been hooked on this challenge and I'm spending too much time on it to be able to do this sign-up. I'd just like to apologize, but you should blame Ri for making the challenge

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    Booo Ri is blamed!!! I'll now go and spam his inbox with angry emails... (Actually I am not going to do that, but lets just pretend right?)

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    Haha, sorry Dieu I'm just really enjoying the challenge and cant stop playing it

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    No problem... I'm currently really enjoying my Middlesbrough save as well so I know the feeling. I actually took a day of work so I could get them promoted for the second time after I managed to get relegated for the first time on FM ever. (Never been relegated, never been sacked, and I have played FM since the very beginning. Really proud of that statistic since I only manage smallish teams. Well I guess never been sacked is quite an achievement as well I can live with that.

    Anywho... Enough bragging. Back to the game

  97. #397
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    I used to be never sacked until two months ago, damn Cardiff board being overambitious. Still never relegated though :P

    TM, pity you decided to stop, I really enjoyed it! But I can see how a fun save can do this to a person, good luck with it

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    sorry guys, never meant to stop this sign up. Unfortunately TM is now hooked. I suggest you join him as I want lots of people to do it!

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    Well my team was to young I guess. Got promoted to soon.
    Not enough experience. My players had potential, but were not developed enough at the time..
    Got them back up on the first try though and this time I'm much more prepared. Currently in 7th after 12 games after having beaten City and Chelsea.

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    Correction I am 4th after 12 games

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