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    Nice to know Domag won more times against Fiore. =)

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    Meh, Moridin looks like a one man show at the moment
    TM could we get screen shots of the great saves as well? Make it a bit more fun to be the GK.
    Last edited by dieu; 04-03-2012 at 10:50. Reason: And by screen shot I of course meant videos.

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    lets hope we can get to the cl groups :P

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    Great result lads, we can push for the champions league, let me at Messi, Rooney, Van Persie, Ronaldo they wont score past me haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by Animosama View Post
    Yes champions league for Domango. We are going to be setting a lot of records. Plus move up San Marino in European co-efficient table so we can get better and more european spots.

    TM is Animosama stamina increasing ?
    Yes, your Stamina is increasing a bit at the moment. From the chart, you started with 6 Stamina and your currently 8.

    Your right, Domagnano are about to enter a very interesting season. Lets hope they can perform

    Quote Originally Posted by 5ergio View Post
    Meh. CL chance lost Let's hope we get to push further in EL at least. Also I have to say I am simply amazed by Ashario's statistics. The man is a beast!
    There's always next season If both teams do very well, who knows, their may be 2 spots from Champions League football in the 3rd season!

    Quote Originally Posted by slich View Post
    Great win for Damagnano, I think its the first game that the possession numbers were fairly even, although it was still in favor in Fiorentino. Nice to see Park step up in a good game, and hopefully the team can do some damage in the CL.
    The first half looked to be a stumbling block again for Domagnano, but Fiorentino weren't exactly impressive as such, but in the second half, Domagnano totally dominated and I think that's how the possession numbers evened out.

    Quote Originally Posted by dieu View Post
    Meh, Moridin looks like a one man show at the moment
    TM could we get screen shots of the great saves as well? Make it a bit more fun to be the GK.
    I'll do my best to get you some more videos.

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    36 goals in 19 games plob Dork really is showing what he's made of how's the world cup qualifying coming along...??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Plobdork View Post
    36 goals in 19 games plob Dork really is showing what he's made of how's the world cup qualifying coming along...??
    The World Cup Qualifiers haven't started yet, we have a game with South Korea first, then the Qualifiers start in the new season. I should have the South Korea game up soon, then i've got the end of season report.

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    San Marino Vs South Korea - Friendly Match

    San Marino World Rank: 139th

    South Korea could possibly provide a big test for our lads. Fitness is considerably low after a long and gruelling season and having only played a match 3 days ago. The previous match against Mexico will give our lads a big boost, but South Korea aren't far behind in the World Rankings (36th). Park Chu-Young could be the biggest threat, who has played very well for Arsenal this season. He has also scored 9 goals in 12 games for South Korea this season!

    Team Line-Up

    Formation: 4 - 1 - 2 - 2 - 1

    GK - Arawn Moridin
    DR - Davatzis
    DC - Richard Marino
    DC - Luke Corcoran
    DL - Giuseppe Faci
    DMC - Simone Finke
    MCR - Animosama
    MCL - Alessio Gentile
    AMR - Stefano Duffinci
    AML - Walter Ashario
    ST - Scevola Zangari

    I've decided to go with Possession football as South Korea don't appear to be the type that can cope with that. Hopefully i'm right

    South Korea Formation: 3 - 5 - 2

    South Korea are using a very unusual formation, so Animosama and Gentile will have to be on form today in the middle of the park!

    First Half...

    21st Minute: Davatzis uses his skill on the right hand side and gets past two players, passes into the box for Zangari, Zangari!!! He hits the side netting! Close call for South Korea.

    32nd Minute: Ashario floats a corner in for Marino at the front post, Sung-Yong clears, Animosama runs across to collect the ball and puts in a cross that lands right on Marino's foot!
    GOALLLLLLLL!!! Marino smashed the ball straight in before anybody could even get close! San Marino 1 - 0 South Korea.

    41st Minute: The San Marino defence is caught off guard and Gook Jung is clear through!!! WOW! What a horrible shot! High and Wide. San Marino were lucky and the defence needs to wake up.

    Half Time...

    San Marino are currently dominating possession (65%), but South Korea have played very well with what little possession they've had and have stumped us going forward. We have 2 shots, to their 6, but we have the goal. I've decided to switch our formation back to the usual...

    Formation Change: 4 - 1 - 3 - 2

    Substitutes...

    Alessio Gentile Off, El Toono On
    Walter Ashario Off, Daniel Park On
    Luke Corcoran Off, Guisseppe Leoni On

    El Toono will line up in the AML position as I feel his pace, along with his crossing ability could cause South Korea Problems. Daniel Park played well in the recent match against Fiorentino, so I feel he deserves to play and Corcoran is having a horror show, so Leoni will hopefully provide some stability at the back. Gentile and Ashario are very low on fitness, so that's why they are replaced.

    Second Half...

    46th Minute: South Korea work the ball forward, Chu-Young has a shot, but yet again it's over the bar!

    49th Minute: Finke picks up the ball in the center of the park, passes to Duffinci and he puts a wonderfull ball through for the on-running El-Toono!
    GOALLLLLLLLLLLLL!!! Instant impact from the make-shift AML! He slotted past the keeper with ease... San Marino 2 - 0 South Korea!

    70th Minute: Sung-Yong puts in a well rehearsed cross, outside the box to Jung-Soo, he works an angle and goes for goal! FANTASTIC STOP FROM FACI ON THE LINE! That was going in, Moridin was beaten, but Faci stayed on the back post just in case and it's paid off!

    85th Minute: Davatzis goes down injured, but it appears he will be able to play on.

    Full Time... San Marino 2 - 0 South Korea!

    Man Of The Match: Richard Marino

    San Marino Stats
    Shots: 3
    On Target: 2
    Possession: 55%

    South Korea Stats
    Shots: 9
    On Target: 5
    Possession: 45%

    Player Ratings

    First Team

    Arawn Moridin: 6.9
    Davatzis: 7.7
    Richard Marino: 8.5
    Luke Corcoran: 6.3
    Guiseppe Faci: 7.7
    Simone Finke: 6.8
    Animosama: 7.1
    Alessio Gentile: 6.8
    Stefano Duffinci: 7.4
    Walter Ashario: 6.8
    Scevola Zangari: 6.8

    Substitutes

    Daniel Park: 6.1
    Guisseppe Leoni: 6.9
    El Toono: 7.5

    Verdict: As predicted, a very tough match, but I feel that we played the most dangerous football and despite South Korea's obvious dominant stats, they didn't play as well as suggested. El Toono was a shock goalscorer, but i'm glad I brought him on. Daniel Park was disappointing again and I think Zangari along with Plob Dork are the obvious front 2 players at the moment.

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    Not happy at Lorenzo's lack of involvement on the international scene. Not even from the bench. =(

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    Finke still more solid than spectacular. Hope to see him start getting a few assists.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ejldude View Post
    Not happy at Lorenzo's lack of involvement on the international scene. Not even from the bench. =(
    Lorenzo wasn't even on the bench due to lack of fitness. I can't remember the exact %, but it was between 60% and 69%. You will definately be in the next squad, fitness permitting

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    Aww, I'm not in too.. Nvm, missing one int match is better than playing in low fitness and getting injured for a few months..

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    Fiorentino End Of Season Report

    Campionato Sammarinese League Table
    Campionato Sammarinese Team Stats

    Fiorentino Squad Stats

    Fiorentino have had a very good season domestically, but came up short in the end with a loss to Domagnano (3-1). They did however win a trophy, the Taca Titano! This meant that Fiorentino were already destined for Europe next season, but which competition, they were unsure. However, since their loss to Domagnano, they have learnt that they will be in the Europa League next season. I believe this may not be such a bad thing, as it will be much easier to progress and they have a very good chance of getting far.

    Players...

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

    Campionato Sammarinese Play-Off Results...

    (A) La Fiorita 7 - 0 (Dork x4, Lorenzo, Finke, Goldsmith)
    (H) Murata 5 - 0 (DiSalvo, Lorenzo x3, Dork)
    (A) Tre Fiori 8 - 0 (Ashario x3, Dork x2, Lorenzo x2, Own Goal)
    (A) Domagnano 1 - 3 (Finke)
    (H) Folgore 8 - 0 (Gentile, DiSalvo x2, Own Goal, Dork x2, Corcoran, Ashario)

    Players Awards - May

    Defender Of Month - Ben Goldsmith
    Midfielder Of Month - Walter Ashario

    Player Awards - Season

    Midfielder Of Season - Walter Ashario
    Golden Boot - Plob Dork
    Performer Of Competition - Walter Ashario

    GOAL OF MONTH & SEASON

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    Good to see that Animosama finally did something useful on the international scene

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    There might not be a better player at his role than Zangari. 22 goals and 24 assists in all competitions proves this to me. The perfect pairing partner as a target man.

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    Looking forward to next season. Just need some more stamina.

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    Golden Boot - Plob Dork

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    Domagnano End Of Season Report

    Campionato Sammarinese League Table
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    Domagnano Team Stats

    Domagnano have had a fantastic season and it's no small thanks to Zangari who has been just as good creative wise and he is with his goalscoring! Daniel Park who partners Zangari is seen as the man that pops up everywhere, with some fantastic goalscoring this season, but many believe Park fails on the big stage. However, he will have a big chance next season to prove his critics wrong as Domagnano embark on the Champions League journey! Another big creative force is Jake Stothard, otherwise named "THE GIANT", weighing in at 17 Stone 8 Lbs and stands at a massive 6'11". Stothard's impressive flair allows him to trick his opponents on a regular basis and if he manages to train his Technique, he could become one of the best inside forwards in the world! To finish off this team, they have Richard Marino at the back who is their giant at the back and a big problem for opposition teams defending corners!

    Players...

    Matt Swain
    Davatzis
    Giusseppe Leoni
    Richard Marino
    Giuseppe Faci
    Stefano Duffinci
    Animosama
    Jake Stothard
    Geraint Alacarde
    Daniel Park
    Scevola Zangari

    Campionato Sammarinese Play-Off Results...

    (A) Murata 6 - 0 (Park x2, Alacarde, Own Goal x2, Zangari)
    (H) Tre Fiori 5 - 0 (Stothard, Alacarde, Duffinci, Zangari x2)
    (A) Folgore 6 - 1 (Zangari x2, Alacarde, Own Goal, Animosama, Park)
    (H) Fiorentino 3 - 1 (Park x2, Alacarde)
    (H) La Fiorita 5 - 0 (Leoni, Zangari, Park, Bronzetti, Stothard)

    Player Awards - May

    Goalkeeper Of Month - Matt Swain
    Striker Of Month - Scevola Zangari
    Golden Boy - Daniel Park

    Player Awards - Season

    Goalkeeper Of Season - Matt Swain
    Striker Of Season - Scevola Zangari

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    End Of Season Report

    European Competitions List - Campionato Sammarinese - Previous Rank: 500th - Current Rank: 494th (+6)

    San Marino World Rank: 139th

    San Marino Nation Coefficients Rank: 53rd (+0)

    San Marino Qualification Places Rank: 53rd (+0)

    San Marino European Rank: 47th (+6)

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    Imense improvement by Moridin! If he keeps improving like that he will be incredible in a few seasons! Can't say that he has any weaknesses at the moment so I can hardly imagine how he will look like in 2 or 3 seasons!
    Last edited by dieu; 04-03-2012 at 19:53.

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    wahey \o/ I get the assist in the goal of the season.

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    Champions League Champions Qualifier First Phase - U.E. Santa Coloma VS Domagnano

    U.E. Santa Coloma are the Andorran champions and most would believe that Domagnano's venture into this years Champions League has been kind to them for this draw!

    U.E. Santa Coloma Vs Domagnano Leg 1

    U.E. Santa Coloma 0 - 16 Domagnano

    Man Of The Match:
    Daniel Park



    U.E. Santa Coloma Stats
    Shots: 1
    On Target: 0
    Possession: 33%
    Fouls: 5
    Woodwork: 1

    Domagnano Stats
    Shots: 33
    On Target: 19
    Possession: 67%
    Fouls: 3
    Woodwork: 4

    Player Ratings

    Matt Swain - 9.0
    Davatzis - 8.6
    Giusseppe Leoni - 8.7
    Richard Marino - 9.6 (2)
    Giuseppe Faci - 8.7
    Stefano Duffinci - 9.4 (1)
    Animosama - 9.5 (2)
    Jake Stothard - 9.7 (2)
    Geraint Alacarde - 8.9
    Daniel Park - 10.0 (4)
    Scevola Zangari - 10.0 (5)

    Domagnano Vs U.E. Santa Coloma Leg 2

    Domagnano 10 - 0 U.E. Santa Coloma

    Man Of The Match: Daniel Park



    Domagnano Stats
    Shots: 34
    On Target: 19
    Possession: 60%
    Fouls: 4
    Woodwork: 3

    U.E. Santa Coloma Stats
    Shots: 0
    On Target: 0
    Possession: 40%
    Fouls: 13
    Woodwork: 0

    Player Ratings

    Matt Swain - 7.6
    Davatzis (Injured) - 8.7
    Giusseppe Leoni - 8.9
    Richard Marino - 8.7
    Giuseppe Faci - 8.9
    Stefano Duffinci - 9.4 (1)
    Animosama - 9.2
    Jake Stothard - 9.2
    Geraint Alacarde - 8.9
    Daniel Park - 10.0 (5)
    Scevola Zangari - 9.8 (4)

    Domagnano 26 - 0 U.E. Santa Coloma - Aggregate

    Verdict - Domagnano had the most fun against a single team in their entire history! What a way to introduce themselves into these qualifiers. They will now be considered the team to avoid in the rounds to come! The next round is already decided and Domagnano will face Croatian side GNK Dinamo.
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    Haha brilliant! Shame Leoni didn't manage to grab a goal out of those 26, nonetheless good performances and whose to say we can't go all the way... to the group stages that is.
    Last edited by TWFL; 05-03-2012 at 08:17.

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    Nice growth for Geraint! And great games against Santa! =)

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    TM, how bad is the injury

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    Europa League First Qualifying Round - Linfield Vs Fiorentino

    Linfield is probably one of the toughest teams in the First Qualifying Round, so Fiorentino will need to make sure they play well.


    Linfield Vs Fiorentino Leg 1

    Linfield 0 - 3 Fiorentino

    Man Of The Match: Alessio Gentile



    Linfield Stats
    Shots: 1
    On Target: 0
    Possession: 29%
    Fouls: 12
    Woodwork: 0

    Fiorentino Stats
    Shots: 21
    On Target: 7
    Possession: 71%
    Fouls: 5
    Woodwork: 0

    Player Ratings

    Arawn Moridin - 6.9
    Ben Goldsmith - 7.8
    Nick Adam - 8.4 (1)
    Luke Corcoran - 8.0
    El Toono - 8.5
    Simone Finke - 8.1
    Alessio Gentile - 8.5
    Lukio DiSalvo - 6.6
    Edoardo Lorenzo - 8.3 (1)
    Marco Domeniconi - 7.6
    Plob Dork - 8.0 (1)

    Fiorentino Vs Linfield Leg 2

    Fiorentino 5 - 0 Linfield

    Man Of The Match:
    Edoardo Lorenzo



    Fiorentino Stats
    Shots: 16
    On Target: 9
    Possession: 66%
    Fouls: 3
    Woodwork: 0

    Linfield Stats
    Shots: 3
    On Target: 2
    Possession: 34%
    Fouls: 9
    Woodwork: 2

    Player Ratings

    Arawn Moridin - 7.9
    Ben Goldsmith - 8.7
    Nick Adam - 9.2 (1)
    Luke Corcoran - 8.9 (1)
    El Toono - 8.5
    Simone Finke - 8.5
    Alessio Gentile - 7.7
    Lukio DiSalvo - 8.8
    Edoardo Lorenzo - 9.3 (1)
    Marco Domeniconi - 8.7
    Plob Dork (Injured) - 7.4 (1)

    Sub - Daniele Frguglietti - 8.1 (1)

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    Injury Report

    Fiorentino

    Plob Dork - Fractured Arm - Expected to be out for the next 4 to 5 weeks.

    Walter Ashario - Groun Strain - Expected to be out for the next 6 to 12 days.

    Domagnano

    Davatzis - Thigh Strain - Expected to be out for the next 4 to 5 weeks.

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    Out of all those goals only 1 assist. But I guess it makes sense considering Fullbacks aren't really used that much in such an easy game

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    Amazing games against Santa Colomo, hopefully the strikers can keep that great form rolling in to the next qualifying rounds.

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    We are Domagnano hear us roar!!!!!!!!!!!! Roar!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Zangari is a five star striker!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Animosama View Post
    We are Domagnano hear us roar!!!!!!!!!!!! Roar!!!!!!!!!!!
    Roar!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 26-0! might aswell carve domagano's name on the CL trophy!

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    A good 8-0 result against linfield, shame DiSalvo couldn't get on the scoresheet tho!

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    Lovely score over Linfield I'd say. Definitely a much tougher opponent than that pesky U.E. Santa Coloma Domagnano will be pretty lucky it seems with the CL's Champions play-off thingy. I wasn't expecting Linfield at the first time of asking to be honest.

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    Champions League & Europa League Ties

    Fiorentino are set to play Debrecen in the next round and Walter Ashario is in a race against time to become fit for the first game. Unfortunately, Plob Dork wont make either leg of the tie and will be missed.

    Domagnano will be without Right Back Davatzis for their upcoming tie against Dinamo. With the previous victory against U.E. Santa Coloma, Domagnano will fancy themselves for this tie!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tactic Master View Post
    Champions League & Europa League Ties

    Fiorentino are set to play Debrecen in the next round and Walter Ashario is in a race against time to become fit for the first game. Unfortunately, Plob Dork wont make either leg of the tie and will be missed.

    Domagnano will be without Right Back Davatzis for their upcoming tie against Dinamo. With the previous victory against U.E. Santa Coloma, Domagnano will fancy themselves for this tie!
    Man this sucks so bad, good luck guys see you in 5 weeks

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    Sorry for the lack of posts guys been in bed sick! Wow just read though the thread it's really coming on and I'm very excited! Loving Stothard 'The Giant' He needs to smash them free kicks more though

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    **** im injured

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    Champions League Champions Qualifier Round 2

    Domagnano Vs Dinamo (Leg 1)

    Domagnano start this match without Davatzis at right back, but they will still fancy themselves to do some damage here... Dinamo have a history of bringing through some very good players, such as Luka Modric, Eduardo and Milan Badelj, whilst current future star Mateo Kovacic is playing for them. Apart from Kovacic, there isn't much of a threat.

    Domagnano 2 - 2 Dinamo

    Man Of The Match: Mateo Kovacic



    Domagnano Stats
    Shots: 20
    On Target: 8
    Possession: 48%
    Fouls: 9
    Woodwork: 1

    Dinamo Stats
    Shots: 6
    On Target: 4
    Possession: 52%
    Fouls: 7
    Woodwork: 0

    Player Ratings

    Matt Swain: 6.6
    Federico Righi: 6.8
    Giusseppe Leoni: 6.8
    Richard Marino: 6.9
    Giuseppe Faci: 6.8
    Stefano Duffinci: 7.0
    Animosama: 6.9
    Jake Stothard: 6.9
    Geraint Alacarde: 7.5 (1)
    Daniel Park: 6.8
    Scevola Zangari: 6.8

    Dinamo Vs Domagnano (Leg 2)

    Domagnano have had another blow coming into this match as Daniel Park will be unavailable due to injury. Park will be out for around 3 weeks and could possibly miss the next round if Domagnano make it through today. Davatzis is still recovering from his injury.

    Dinamo 1 - 4 Domagnano

    Man Of The Match: Scevola Zangari



    Dinamo Stats
    Shots: 5
    On Target: 3
    Possession: 46%
    Fouls: 14
    Woodwork: 0

    Domagnano Stats
    Shots: 25
    On Target: 8
    Possession: 54%
    Fouls: 8
    Woodwork: 3

    Player Ratings

    Matt Swain: 6.8
    Federico Righi: 7.1
    Giusseppe Leoni: 7.4
    Richard Marino: 7.5
    Giuseppe Faci: 7.4
    Stefano Duffinci: 7.7
    Animosama: 7.0
    Jake Stothard: 9.0
    Geraint Alacarde: 8.0 (1)
    Steven Venerucci: 7.5 (1)
    Scevola Zangari: 9.2 (2)

    Domagnano 6 - 3 Dinamo (On Aggregate)

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    looking good for Domagnano, just happy for one shot and not on target i get a rating of 9.0 against U.E. Santa Coloma

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    Sad im not part of it, but very excited for my team

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    Europa League Second Qualifying Round

    Debrecen Vs Fiorentino (Leg 1)


    Fiorentino may have some problems against a strong Debrecen side. They will be without Plob Dork who is a major part of the team. They are also having trouble with the fitness of Walter Ashario who is available to play, but only in light training. There may have to be a formation and tactic change to get the best out of the current available players.

    Formation: 3-3-2-1-1

    Debrecen 0 - 1 Fiorentino

    Man Of The Match: Luke Corcoran



    Debrecen Stats
    Shots: 6
    On Target: 4
    Possession: 45%
    Fouls: 11
    Woodwork: 0

    Fiorentino Stats
    Shots: 8
    On Target: 1
    Possession: 55%
    Fouls: 5
    Woodwork: 1

    Player Ratings

    Arawn Moridin: 7.0
    Nick Adam: 7.0 (1)
    Mattia Casadei: 6.8
    Luke Corcoran: 7.4
    Ben Goldsmith: 7.3
    Simone Finke: 7.0
    El Toono: 7.2
    Lukio DiSalvo: 6.8
    Alessio Gentile: 7.3
    Edoardo Lorenzo: 6.8
    Daniele Friguglietti: 6.8

    Fiorentino Vs Debrecen (Leg 2)

    Formation: 3-3-2-1-1

    Fiorentino 2 - 1 Debrecen

    Man Of The Match:
    Simone Finke



    Fiorentino Stats
    Shots: 6
    On Target: 3
    Possession: 50%
    Fouls: 9
    Woodwork: 0

    Debrecen Stats
    Shots: 10
    On Target: 2
    Possession: 50%
    Fouls: 6
    Woodwork: 0

    Player Ratings

    Arawn Moridin: 6.9
    Nick Adam: 6.9
    Mattia Cadadei: 6.1
    Luke Corcoran (Injured): 6.9
    Ben Goldsmith: 6.9
    Simone Finke: 8.4 (1)
    El Toono: 7.3
    Lukio DiSalvo: 6.9
    Alessio Gentile (Injured): 8.3 (1)
    Edoardo Lorenzo: 5.9
    Marco Domeniconi: 5.9

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    Just a quick question. Will you go put up more detailed match reports if we qualify for the CL/EL? Something like the updates on internationals?

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    El Toono being his usual Consistent self. Good win by Fiorentino. looking good TM KUTGW

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    Quote Originally Posted by dieu View Post
    Just a quick question. Will you go put up more detailed match reports if we qualify for the CL/EL? Something like the updates on internationals?
    That is my intention At the moment i'm just trying to get through the matches as fast as I can and still providing detail without putting too much focus on the matches. I'm pretty confident our teams will qualify, which is my reason for lower detail.

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    Yay man of the match

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    2 more wins for Fiorentino compared to the rivals draw Both goals at home look kinda funny to be honest with all those Debrecen defense trailing behind the scorers Here's hoping it's not a big injury for Gentile.

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    Ouch, an injury for Park, but I'm sure Zangari will have things under control. Hopefully Park can come back quickly to help him out

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    Quote Originally Posted by 5ergio View Post
    2 more wins for Fiorentino compared to the rivals draw Both goals at home look kinda funny to be honest with all those Debrecen defense trailing behind the scorers Here's hoping it's not a big injury for Gentile.
    7 players trailing behind to be exact! I missed that goal whilst getting a drink, so I just saw it for the first time and I couldn't help laughing

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    Yay!! Goals in both legs for Geraint! and a win against Dinamo!

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    Another win for Domagnano. Have we gotten better coaches yet ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Animosama View Post
    Another win for Domagnano. Have we gotten better coaches yet ?
    Our teams reputation isn't much better than it was, so unfortunately no we haven't. However, I think that the reputation could be in for a large increase this year with the European football.

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    Champions League Champions Qualifier Round 3

    Zeljeznicar Vs Domagnano (Leg 1)

    It could be fair to say that Domagnano have been given good draw for Round 3. There is also more good news as Davatzis is back in the team, back from injury. He has only just come back into full training however and may not last the entire game. Unfortunately Daniel Park wont be joining his team mates on the field, but will be hoping to be back for the next round if Domagnano make it through.

    Zeljeznicar 0 - 5 Domagnano

    Man Of The Match: Scevola Zangari



    Zeljeznicar Stats
    Shots: 10
    On Target: 2
    Possession: 44%
    Fouls: 12
    Woodwork: 1

    Domagnano Stats
    Shots: 21
    On Target: 16
    Possession: 56%
    Fouls: 7
    Woodwork: 1

    Player Ratings

    Matt Swain: 7.7
    Davatzis: 7.1
    Giusseppe Leoni: 8.3
    Richard Marino: 8.9
    Giuseppe Faci: 9.0
    Stefano Duffinci: 8.3
    Animosama: 7.8
    Jake Stothard: 8.1
    Geraint Alacarde: 9.1 (2)
    Samuele Bugli: 7.8
    Scevola Zangari: 9.6 (3)

    Domagnano Vs Zeljeznicar (Leg 2)

    Domagnano 1 - 1 Zeljeznicar

    Man Of The Match:
    Davatzis



    Domagnano Stats
    Shots: 11
    On Target: 5
    Possession: 52%
    Fouls: 6
    Woodwork: 0

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

    Player Ratings

    Matt Swain: 7.2
    Davatzis: 7.5
    Giusseppe Leoni: 7.1
    Richard Marino: 6.9
    Giuseppe Faci: 6.8
    Stefano Duffinci: 6.9
    Animosama: 6.9
    Jake Stothard: 7.4
    Geraint Alacarde: 6.8
    Steven Venerucci: 7.0
    Scevola Zangari: 6.7

    Domagnano 6 - 1 Zeljeznicar (On Aggregate)

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    Woo hoo, MoM and right off an injury

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    Playoff rounds! Go Domagnano!

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    Unfortunately I don't have time to do the report on Fiorentino, but I can say it was a close encounter, maybe too close and Fiorentino might have lost, but I'm going to make your Fiorentino fans suffer the wait to find out

    I also want to make a note of the fact that I could have had more done today, but i've decided to learn HTML, CSS and then hopefully Javascript whilst also typing up most of what I learn. If i'm successfull in that then i'll move onto C++. I learnt HTML at college and went to University to do game programming, but I struggled a bit and there may be a possibility I might go back to try the course again in the future, so I want to get to grips with those languages to give me the best chance Unfortunately, that means that updates on here will be slightly slower, but not too much slower Just a heads up.

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    Nice! Could you tell me what earned Faci the 9.0 though? Didn't see him assisting or really do anything in the video.

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    Scevola Zangari... total legend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bergtaur View Post
    Scevola Zangari... total legend.
    Ya he is.. Envy him a bit.. Hahah, but Geraint's pulling his weight so I'm still happy.. Hahah..

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    Yay goal and MOM in 2nd leg. Scoring more than I thought I would as a DM, long may it continue

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    My player seems to score a lot of goals for a defender, are they all from penalties?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nicka94 View Post
    My player seems to score a lot of goals for a defender, are they all from penalties?
    The corners are aimed at either you or your partner, so 8 out of the 9 goals you scored last season were from corners, whilst the 1 remaining goal was indeed a penalty.

    For all you Fiorentino fantatics... The Fiorentino match reports are coming up as promised

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    Europa League Third Qualifying Round

    Aris Vs Fiorentino (Leg 1)

    Fiorentino come up against a pretty strong Aris team and will have to be at their best to get anything from this match. They will be playing without Plob Dork and Luke Corcoran for the first leg and possibly the second leg, which is a massive blow at this stage of the qualifying rounds. They will be going with the same formation as the last round and Lorenzo will be used up front, with Ashario playing in behind. El Toono and Goldsmith will be playing in the Wing Back positions to provide cover on the wings. Nick Adam will be playing alongside two inexperienced Centre Backs.

    Aris 0 - 0 Fiorentino

    Man Of The Match: Arawn Moridin

    Aris Stats
    Shots: 7
    On Target: 3
    Possession: 56%
    Fouls: 12
    Woodwork: 0

    Fiorentino Stats
    Shots: 4
    On Target: 3
    Possession: 44%
    Fouls: 6
    Woodwork: 0

    Player Ratings

    Arawn Moridin: 7.5
    Mattia Casadei: 6.9
    Simone Farabegoli: 6.9
    Nick Adam: 6.9
    Ben Goldsmith: 7.0
    Simone Finke: 7.0
    El Toono: 7.3
    Edoardo Lorenzo: 6.9
    Lukio DiSalvo: 6.9
    Walter Ashario: 6.8
    Alessio Gentile: 6.9

    Fiorentino Vs Aris (Leg 2)

    Fiorentino go into this match with the home side advantage. They will need to be carefull that they don't concede, otherwise it could mean they go out of the competition through away goals. Luckily, Plob Dork and Luke Corcoran are both back in the team to face Aris, switching back to the usual formation and possession football.

    Fiorentino 2 - 1 Aris

    Man Of The Match: Walter Ashario



    Fiorentino Stats
    Shots: 19
    On Target: 7
    Possession: 82%
    Fouls: 4
    Woodwork: 0

    Aris Stats
    Shots: 2
    On Target: 1
    Possession: 18%
    Fouls: 11
    Woodwork: 0

    Player Ratings

    Arawn Moridin: 6.9
    Ben Goldsmith: 8.0
    Nick Adam: 6.9
    Luke Corcoran: 6.9
    El Toono: 7.3
    Simone Finke: 7.9
    Alessio Gentile: 8.0 (1)
    Lukio DiSalvo: 7.3
    Edoardo Lorenzo: 6.8
    Walter Ashario: 8.1 (1)
    Plob Dork: 7.0

    Aris 1 - 2 Fiorentino (On Aggregate)

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    Great to get through.
    But 82% possession!!! Now that is complete domination!

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    That was a bit to close for comfort. Great strike by Gentile.

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    Phew! Off to 4th Qual now, it'll definitely be much trickier than this. If we made both matches injury free, I bet it won't be wrong to say Fiorentino has a big chance of making the group stages. Gotta love Gentile's input as well, still scoring, but the decisive ones this time
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    Good chance of making the group stage now.

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    World Rankings Announcement

    San Marino have just soared to a record high position in the World Rankings, taking 116th place in August 2012. Their previous record was 118th place in September 1993 almost. It has taken San Marino almost 19 years to better there record and will be hoping to continue moving forward, rather than backwards.

    In Other News...

    San Marino kick off their World Cup Qualifying campaign on the 8th of September against Ukraine. They then play Poland 4 days later and will be hoping to get off to a good start and pick up at least 3 points from the two matches.

    Fiorentino could count themselves extremely lucky in the Fourth Qualifying Round as they have been partnered with Swiss side Zurick. There was a collection of teams which were teams to avoid, such as Liverpool, Aston Villa, Ajax, Roma, Sevilla, PSV, Celtic and many more!

    Domagnano have been paired with Serbian side Red Star in the Champions League Champions Playoff. All 9 teams that Domagnano could have faced are of similar ability.

    Domagnano and Fiorentino are definate to face each other in the final of the Trofeo Federale if they can make it past Tre Fiori and Juvenes Dogana respectively.
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    TM, your managing the team, right??

    Keep up the great work, hopefully you will get some recognition around the world yourself

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    Ah, Red Star Belgrade... a long and storied history there, truly a top shelf challenge for us.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elnaith View Post
    Nice! Could you tell me what earned Faci the 9.0 though? Didn't see him assisting or really do anything in the video.
    Faci was just on the ball a lot and connecting up play. Not sure exactly what got him to a 9.0 unfortunately.

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    Moridin to the rescue in the first leg against Aris

    No no guys No need to thank him

    I'm off to be even more arrogant somewhere else

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    Quote Originally Posted by Babaginoosh View Post
    TM, your managing the team, right??

    Keep up the great work, hopefully you will get some recognition around the world yourself
    Yeah i'm controlling all 3 teams I do holiday the league games at the moment because we know we are going to win these easily. The only league games I control are between our two teams. On the International stage, I play every game.

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    Phew! That was close shave against Aris, but some serious possession in 2nd leg. Draw for next round has done us well too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tactic Master View Post
    Yeah i'm controlling all 3 teams I do holiday the league games at the moment because we know we are going to win these easily. The only league games I control are between our two teams. On the International stage, I play every game.
    Manager of the Year tbh

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    Champions League Champions Playoff

    Domagnano Vs Red Star

    Domagnano wont have minded what team they had to face in this round, as all 9 teams were of a similar ability. If they were to pick a team, it could possibly have been Red Star. This round is a matter of £6mil and playing in the group stages of the competition, or the end of the line financially and a similar season to their last. With everyone fit to play the first leg, Domagnano are sure to be confident of a result!

    Domagnano 7 - 0 Red Star

    Man Of The Match: Daniel Park



    Domagnano Stats
    Shots: 19
    On Target: 10
    Possession: 54%
    Fouls: 6
    Woodwork: 4

    Red Star Stats
    Shots: 5
    On Target: 2
    Possession: 46%
    Fouls: 9
    Woodwork: 0

    Player Ratings

    Matt Swain: 7.5
    Davatzis: 8.5
    Giusseppe Leoni: 8.4
    Richard Marino: 8.7
    Giuseppe Faci: 8.7
    Stefano Duffinci: 9.3 (1)
    Animosama: 8.4
    Jake Stothard: 8.6
    Geraint Alacarde: 8.8
    Daniel Park: 9.7 (3)
    Scevola Zangari: 9.4 (2)

    I will be doing the Second Leg later on when i've got some more time. I can tell you that Red Star scored goals in that match and stranger things have happened, so despite the vast amount of goals scored, Domagnano aren't clear yet! Could Red Star stump our players, or will Domagnano be in the money!??? Find out later!

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    dont try and fool us! they never turned a 7 goal deficit around you can only make stuff so tense.

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    Its a good thing Park has such good attributes for penalty taking since Domagnano seems to force a lot of them. Any particular player that seems to force more penalty kicks, or is it just a group effort?

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    Champions League Champions Playoff

    Red Star Vs Domagnano (Leg 2)

    After a fantastic first leg which has almost definately put Domagnano in to the Group Stages. It isn't over however and Red Star have nothing to lose going into this match and are sure to attack from the off! Domagnano have full fitness yet again and they could end up racking up a huge score!

    Match Stats - Red Star

    Shots: 11
    On Target: 5
    Possession: 43%
    Fouls: 15
    Woodwork: 2

    Match Stats - Domagnano

    Shots: 14
    On Target: 10
    Possession: 57%
    Fouls: 6
    Woodwork: 0

    Red Star 2 - 6 Domagnano

    Man Of The Match:
    Daniel Park



    Player Ratings

    Matt Swain: 7.6
    Davatzis: 7.9
    Giusseppe Leoni: 7.5
    Richard Marino: 7.8
    Giuseppe Faci: 8.3
    Stefano Duffinci: 7.6
    Animosama: 8.0
    Jake Stothard: 8.7
    Geraint Alacarde: 9.3 (2)
    Daniel Park: 9.5 (2)
    Scevola Zangari: 9.5 (2)

    As promised, Red Star did score goals, but Domagnano ended up destroying Red Star (13 - 2 on aggregate). This means that Domagnano are through to the group stages and bank themselves a guaranteed estimate of £6,000,000!!! This money, plus anymore money gained during the Group Stages will go towards building a better subs bench (better players) and also better staff if possible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ri916 View Post
    dont try and fool us! they never turned a 7 goal deficit around you can only make stuff so tense.
    Just trying to add a little spice to the sign-up

    Quote Originally Posted by slich View Post
    Its a good thing Park has such good attributes for penalty taking since Domagnano seems to force a lot of them. Any particular player that seems to force more penalty kicks, or is it just a group effort?
    He actually missed one in the first leg It's just a group effort.

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    Europa League Fourth Qualifying Round

    Fiorentino Vs Zurich

    Fiorentino will be very releaved after finding out they would face Zurich in the fourth qualifying round, as they could have faced teams such as Liverpool, Aston Villa or Ajax to name a few. Zurich do however, have some decent players and Fiorentino will need to be on top form to make sure they make it to the next round! This can mean the difference between a bonus £869k and further rewards from the Group stages, or being dumped out before the competition has even started and lose out on large sums of money!

    Fiorentino 4 - 1 Zurich

    Man Of The Match:
    Simone Finke



    Fiorentino Stats
    Shots: 19
    On Target: 11
    Possession: 80%
    Fouls: 4
    Woodwork: 0

    Zurich Stats
    Shots: 2
    On Target: 1
    Possession: 20%
    Fouls: 11
    Woodwork: 0

    Player Ratings

    Arawn Moridin: 6.9
    Ben Goldsmith: 8.3
    Nick Adam: 8.0 (1)
    Luke Corcoran: 7.2
    El Toono: 8.3
    Simone Finke: 9.8 (3)
    Alessio Gentile: 7.5
    Lukio DiSalvo: 7.2
    Edoardo Lorenzo: 7.5
    Walter Ashario: 9.0
    Plob Dork: 7.6

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    Now your gunna believe us, Now your gunna beleive us, we are going win the (champions) league. Great result, great bonus for the number 1 team in San Marino, bring on Messi et all, we can take anyone

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    Europa League Fourth Qualifying Round

    Zurich Vs Fiorentino

    Fiorentino are in a very favourable position going into this match and the players are playing very well recently, bringing devastating and entertaining football to their fans! However, they may have scored 4 goals, but Zurich hold an away goal and Fiorentino are home and dry yet! Can they pull this off?

    Match Stats - Zurich

    Shots: 8
    On Target: 2
    Possession: 37%
    Fouls: 13
    Woodwork: 0

    Match Stats - Fiorentino

    Shots: 10
    On Target: 5
    Possession: 63%
    Fouls: 2
    Woodwork: 0

    Zurich 1 - 1 Fiorentino

    Man Of The Match: Edoardo Lorenzo



    Player Stats

    Arawn Moridin: 6.9
    Ben Goldsmith: 7.2
    Nick Adam: 6.9
    Luke Corcoran: 5.6
    El Toono: 7.1
    Simone Finke: 7.1
    Alessio Gentile: 6.9
    Lukio DiSalvo (Injured): 6.9
    Edoardo Lorenzo: 7.3 (1)
    Walter Ashario: 6.9
    Plob Dork: 7.0

    Fiorentino are through to the group stages after a tough match today, wining 5-2 on aggregate! They have had a tough time to get through these qualifying matches, but have done very well.

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    Yay! EL group stages should be easier than CL for sure, even though CL qualifiers are easier due Champions playoff thingy. Let's roll on the next match of the season!

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    Fiorentino & Domagnano - European Group Draws

    Champions League Group Stage Draw - Domagnano
    • Domagnano
    • Olympique Lyonnais
    • CSKA Moscow
    • Shalke
    Domagnano who are technically the weakest team in the competition (Coefficients). All three clubs that they will face in the group stage appear to be very strong. This is a big test, but i'm sure the Domagnano players and their followers will believe they can make it to the next round!

    Europa League Group Stage Draw - Fiorentino
    • Fiorentino
    • Liverpool
    • AEK Athens
    • VfB Stuttgart
    Fiorentino have been dealt a very tough group and may struggle, with the only team that they could possibly match; AEK Athens. Liverpool are surely the favourites for this group, so Fiorentino will need to work hard and get results against AEK Athens and VfB Stuttgart in order to make it to the next round! Arawn Moridin is a very good goalkeeper and will be a defining factor for sure!

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    Hmm.. Can't decide if we're in a tough group or not.. But I feel we can get past the group stage. =)

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    Great way to gauge how far Domagnano have come this year. I dont see us getting out of this group, but crazier things can happen.

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    Honestly, those are 3 teams that are all kind of down in European competitions, Lyon isn't top of France, Schalke lost the best GK in Germany to a rival, so maybe I fear CSKA the most of those three.

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    The group stage is making me very nervous.

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    Excellent for both teams to make group stages of respective cups! A tough draw for fiorentino tho! Hope disalvo's injury is not serious!

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    Yay, bench subs! Are you going to make them people who might take San Marinese nationality later and thus boost the National squad against injuries a bit?

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    hatrick and MOM in first leg. Don't expect that from a DM

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    Hi lads,

    Stefano Duffinci here. Sorry I've been on holiday for the last two weeks but now I'm back! Catching up with all the great work!

    TM is there anything I need to do to catch up?

    Come on you Dogmanano and San Marino!

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    A very tough draw, we would do well to go through from this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bergtaur View Post
    Honestly, those are 3 teams that are all kind of down in European competitions, Lyon isn't top of France, Schalke lost the best GK in Germany to a rival, so maybe I fear CSKA the most of those three.
    I think your underestimating OL a little bit, but its just an opinion. We definitely have a chance, but a slim one. This group will probably come down to who gets those one or two breaks and takes advantage of them.

    Cant wait to see what happens, either way 6 mil in our coffers is an excellent start to our first season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elnaith View Post
    Yay, bench subs! Are you going to make them people who might take San Marinese nationality later and thus boost the National squad against injuries a bit?
    I don't think anyone who we get into the team will be worth asking in to the San Marino squad. We also have our 22 players in the National squad, so we aren't short of back up

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    Thanks for getting back to me TM, if possible can I update my training as follows:

    Name Of Player: Stefano Duffinci
    Training Focus: N/A
    Training Intensity (Light, Average, Heavy): Average
    New Position: N/A


    Strength: 10
    Aerobic: 20
    Tactics: 10
    Ball Control: 19
    Defending: 1
    Attacking: 15
    Shooting: 10

    Cheers mate!

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    I've just figured something out. When a player has a future transfer, you are unable to teach that player a preffered move. That is the reason why we haven't been able to do it... At the moment we aren't able to do anything about that, but I will do my best to sort that out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by duffy89 View Post
    Thanks for getting back to me TM, if possible can I update my training as follows:

    Name Of Player: Stefano Duffinci
    Training Focus: N/A
    Training Intensity (Light, Average, Heavy): Average
    New Position: N/A


    Strength: 10
    Aerobic: 20
    Tactics: 10
    Ball Control: 19
    Defending: 1
    Attacking: 15
    Shooting: 10

    Cheers mate!
    Thats all done No Problem.

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    Injury Report - 8th September

    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!

    Lukio DiSalvo's picked up an injury in the Champions League recently. He received a Gashed Leg and will be out for between 3 to 8 days.

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