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    Default Who Are Ya? [FM2011] Vauxhall/San Marino Edition - Game Thread (again).

    July 2010

    A good 5 game unbeaten pre-season for the Vauxhall team with the boys from San Marino being at the head of it. 13 goals scored and 1 against saw the team win 4 and draw 1 of the 5 games.

    (A) Osset Town (English Non-League) 4-0 Win: Willy Wonka, Nathan Walker, Martyn James and Leonardo Lombardo the goalscorers.
    (H) Altrincham (English Blue Square Prem) 3-0 Win: Long Tym Toon and Willy Wonka (2) the goalscorers.
    (H) Airbus (Welsh Principality Prem) 1-1 Draw: Willy Wonka the goalscorer.
    (A) Witton (English Non-League) 4-0 Win: Willy Wonka (2) and Ya Pierre-Dolle (2) the goalscorers.
    (H) Tranmere Reserves (English npower League 1) 1-0 Win: Ya Pierre-Dolle the goalscorer.

    Player Profile for July is goalkeeper Galen Zantk:


    Galen played in all 5 of Vauxhall's pre-season matches conceding just 1 goal and keeping 4 clean sheets, indispensable to the club and is currently on an £8 per week youth contract which expires on the 30.06.2012. The young man is seen as a fairly professional young goalkeeper who is media-friendly, 31 out of 80 passes were completed during pre-season, just 38% success rate. Galen turned down an offer of a 1st team contract this month stating he should see a significant pay rise after completing a set amount of first team games.

    Other News:

    David Ginsberg, Mike Nevo and Leonardo Lombardo refused to sign contracts given to them by the club for the same reason as Galen.

    Leonardo Lombardo was injured during the match against Altrincham - strained knee ligaments, as we stand he has been out of action for 3 weeks and is not expected to be back for another 6 to 8 weeks.

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    I think Mike Nevo needs a good slap for being a money grabbing....

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    International's 09/10/11th of August 2010

    Sitting in 207th position, the country with a population of 31,794 had an International date away from home at world ranked 36th Israel.

    U19's lost 4-0 in front of 4,666 fans - none of our players played in the game.
    First Team lost 5-0 in front of 25,105 - none of our players played in the game.

    U21's lost 2-0 in front of 2-0 in front of 10,905 fans.

    Lining up in a 4-4-1-1 formation the boys did themselves proud and many of our players gained their 1st caps.

    Y.Pierre-Dolle
    M.Battistini
    B.Smith - M.James - L.Tym Toon - J.Turner
    M.Nevo (c) - L.Lazzarini - D.Ginsberg - O.Brown
    G.Zantk


    On the bench were S.Cali, N.Walker, W.Wonka, J.Harkness, and B.Wilkinsonio of which N.Walker, W.Wonka, and J.Harkness were brought on.

    The U21's put up a great fight, but went down to 2 goals in 2 minutes by S.Azulay (54) and O.Dagani (55) and will have learnt from the experience, D.Ginsberg was booked in the 5th minute.

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    Turner getting some playing time

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    Not the luckiest with injuries, doh.

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    I'm goin on a holiday for 6 days guys. Not sure if I'll have a reliable connection, just fyi

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    Quote Originally Posted by nastymiller View Post
    July 2010

    . Galen turned down an offer of a 1st team contract this month stating he should a significant pay rise after completing a set amount of first team games.
    I hate when I do that

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    Wow, not just my 1st cap, but i'm the captain too! Nastymiller, your updates are brilliant so you don't need to change anything

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    Looking good so far

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    all good so far nicely done

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    looking forward to Wonka getting some games after his preseason goalscoring exploits

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    August 2010

    All our players are still with Vauxhall and as such a brief run over the months results - 5 wins in 5 games - get in!

    (H) AFC Telford 5-0 Win: Willy Wonka, David Ginsberg, Ya Pierre-Dolle(2) and Nathan Walker the goalscorers.
    (H) Worcester 3-1 Win: John Harkness, Long Tym Toon and Leighton McGiven the goalscorers.
    (A) Stalybridge 2-1 Win: Willy Wonka and David Ginsberg the goalscorers.
    (H) Guiseley 2-0 Win: Ya Pierre-Dolle and Willy Wonka the goalscorers.
    (A) Workington 3-0 Win: Willy Wonka, Mike Nevo and Joey Turner the goalscorers.



    Player Profile for August is Sweeper, Defender (Centre) David Ginsberg:


    David has had a great start to his season starting all 5 of Vauxhall's opening Blue Square Bet North League games, £8 per week until 30.06.2012 for this indispensable player. A young centre-back who is very professional and feels he will learn a lot whilst at his current club. Media-friendly, he has already gained his first U21 cap for his country - has gained 2 man of the match awards from 5 games, 40% of the time shows he is a very good player.



    Other News:

    John Harkness, Willy Wonka and Ya Pierre-Dolle have turned down new contracts from the club as they feel they should get a decent pay rise after a certain amount of games. Long Tym Toon and Steve Duffy have also turned down new deals stating a poor basic wage and poor first team bonus as the reason.

    Galen Zantk damaged a heel during a league game and has been out of action for 11 days, maybe out for another 3 days, meanwhile Leonardo Lombardo should be back in 6 days having missed the last 7 weeks due to strained knee ligaments.

    Steve Duffy, Sercan Cali and Nathan Walker have all played for the reserve team on 2 occasions, Steve Duffy scoring once, non of the lad's have played for the U18 team.

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    weh hey toon scoring and playing couple of games but W***a for turning down a new deal

    KUTGW Nasty

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    John harknes is doing well, playing regularly. 7.78 avg rating!

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    Extremely happy with Mike Nevo, although he seems to have a bit of a temper! Looks like the team is doing brilliant too

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    Ya Pierre-Dolle is doing good!

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    International's 01/03 of September 2010

    Sitting in 207th position, the country with a population of 31,794 had an International home game in the European Championship Qualifying Group E, the U21 were to play away in Bulgaria whilst the U19 team would play Holland at home.

    U21's lost 5-0 in front of 11,361 fans - none of our players played in the game.
    First Team lost 3-1 in front of 4,500 fans - none of our players played in the game.

    U19's drew 1-1 at home to the dutch in front of 151 fans!

    Lining up in a 4-4-1-1 formation the boys pulled a massive result out of the bag and many of our players gained their 1st caps.

    Y.Pierre-Dolle
    L.Tym Toon
    B.Smith - G.Carpinelli - M.James - J.Turner
    M.Nevo (c) - L.Lazzarini - D.Ginsberg - O.Brown
    M.Francioni

    On the bench were N.Walker, J.Harkness, and B.Wilkinsonio of which N.Walker was brought on.

    The U19's hit a late 83rd minute equaliser through Long Tym Toon to pull a draw out of the bag after the dutch had lead through a 38th minute goal by Arsenio Valpoort, this after going down to 10 men in the 23rd minute. Ben Smith set the goal up and Martyn James got the man of the match award.

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    Yes, first cap and highest avergae rating so far. Go Go Turner!!

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    I must be doing something right if i'm captain again

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheGreatTraveler View Post
    Yes, first cap and highest avergae rating so far. Go Go Turner!!
    Incorrect ;) David Ginsberg is highest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tactic Master View Post
    Incorrect ;) David Ginsberg is highest.
    By. .01:mad:

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    Yes I am, 8.46 for me with 2 MOMs like you, first cap and 2 goals as a defender/ sweeper.

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    What does wonka have to do to get international honours! 4 goals in 5 league games plus all his goals from the friendlies and it still isnt enough to get him into the San Marino side.

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    4 assists in 5 games and MOM in the International game is a nice start for Martyn James.

    Looks great.

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    I seem to be first choice right back whenever i play. Looking good omar looking good

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    International's 05/07 of September 2010

    Sitting in 207th position, the country with a population of 31,794 had an International away game in the European Championship Qualifying Group E, the U21 were to play at home against Australia and the U19's away in Sweden.

    U21's lost 4-0 in front of 1,269 fans - Steve Duffy played all 90 minutes.
    First Team lost 6-0 in front of 34,255 fans - none of our players played in the game.

    U19's were stuffed 3-0 in front of 179 fans.

    Lining up in a 4-4-1-1 formation the boys could not follow on from a great previous result.

    Y.Pierre-Dolle
    L.Tym Toon
    J.Harkness - M.James - N.Walker - J.Turner
    M.Nevo (c) - L.Lazzarini - D.Ginsberg - O.Brown
    M.Francioni

    W.Wonka and B.Smith were on the bench, neither of which came on as subs.

    Nothing much to mention as the young team went down to an Alex Nilsson hat-trick (21,25 and 90), Nathan Walker was injured and subbed after 14 minutes with what looks like a thigh strain and 4 to 5 weeks on the sidelines, Omar Brown was booked.

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    nastymiller, is the formation for the U-19 match or the senior match?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheGreatTraveler View Post
    nastymiller, is the formation for the U-19 match or the senior match?
    U19's mate - at the moment no-one is playing for the 1st team, and in the last game only 1 person played for the U21's.

    When a number of players play for each team, I will have three formations and summaries mate, thanks for the question.

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    Ok, thanks.

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    Leonardo Lombardo needs to get fit and get his act together.

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    Galen Zantk damaged a heel during a league game and has been out of action for 11 days, maybe out for another 3 days.
    Bad timing---missed the internationals

    At least, it isn't serious---should be right back in action soon.

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    September 2010

    2 league wins a draw and an F.A.Cup qualifying win for the lads as the impressive start continues.

    (A) Alfreton 2-2 Draw: Josh Wilson and Craig Mahon are the goalscorers.
    (H) Harrogate 5-0 Win: John Harkness, Martyn James, David Ginsberg, Willy Wonka and Ya Pierre-Dolle the goalscorers.
    (A) Blyth 1-0 Win: Leighton McGiven the goalscorer.
    (H) Northwich (FA Cup) 4-0 Win: Ya Pierre-Dolle (2) and Martyn James (2) the goalscorers.

    Player Profile for September is Midfield (Centre) Martyn James:



    A solid start to the season and the career for Martyn who has got his head down and is responding to the coaching he is receiving by already improving 3 CA points. What has impressed me most about the player so far is his ability to unlock defences and creat chances for his team-mates, and has already set 10 league and cup goals up this season in just 8 games. Another player on a youth contract of £8 per week he is enthusiastic about his future, a professional level-headed player he has already made his non-senior International debut. In the 8 games he has played this season he has seen 79% of his passes find a team mate, a whopping 307 out of 388! And is close to 40 miles of running with 39.2 clocked up so far.




    Other News:

    Galen Zantk, David Ginsberg, Leonardo Lombardo, Mike Nevo, Marytn James, Joey Turner and Barrio Wilikinsonio have turned down new contracts from the club as they feel they should get a decent pay rise after a certain amount of games. Omar Brown has turned down a new deal stating a poor basic wage and poor first team bonus as the reason, whilst Nathan Walker and Ben Smith have turned their contract offers down saying they wanted a larger salary and bonus payments payments to be higher. Sercan Cali is the first to sign up, and starts a 3 year contract when he turns 17.

    Joey Turner strainer his knee ligements during a match and has been out for 13 days, anything up to another 2 months of missed action ahead! Leonardo Lombardo got match fit and then twisted his ankle in his return match, 13 days out so far on the back of the 8 weeks he missed with his previous injury - looking at 5 more weeks out. No other injury problems at the moment.

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    Nathan Walker was injured and subbed after 14 minutes with what looks like a thigh strain and 4 to 5 weeks on the sidelines
    I always seem to pick up injuries on these kind of things and on my first international start

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    Strained knee ligaments? Ugh

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    Ya will be worldbeater in no time.

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    Nice to see my mans attributes and very very pleased with his performances. A quick and creative CM is just what I would have wanted.

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    October 2010

    Another unbeaten month for the Vauxhall boys with a draw and two league wins and 2 F.A.Cup wins meaning the boys will face North Leigh in the 1st round proper.

    (H) Boston Utd 1-1 Draw: Steve Duffy the goalscorer.
    (H) Ashton Utd (FA Cup) 4-1 Win: Ya Pierre-Dolle, Nathan Walker and Willy Wonka (2) the goalscorers.
    (H) Hinckley 4-1 Win: Ya Pierre-Dolle (2), Chris Stringer and John Harkness the goalscorers.
    (A) Southport (FA Cup) 2-1 Win: Ya Pierre-Dolle and Willy Wonka the goalscorers.
    (H) Hyde 4-1 Win: Nathan Walker, Willy Wonka, John Harkness and Omar Brown the goalscorers


    Player Profile for September is Striker Ya Pierre-Dolle:



    10 goals in his first 13 games has shown what a handfull this young man is, 4 goals in 3 FA Cup games and 6 in 10 league games is the split. Currently on £8 a week, but has agreed to sign a £140 a week contract when he turns 17 for Vauxhall. I do however feel, this outspoken striker will be on the move shortly if he continues to bang the goals in as he is doing so. Fairly loyal, but with an outspoken media style, a long and colourful career is what is in store. 52% of all his shorts hit the target with 43% of these ending in goals.





    Other News:


    Great news for the club as Long Tym Toon, John Harkness, Willy Wonka and Ya Pierre-Dolle agree to sign 3 year contracts when they turn 17, this is great news for the club as I am sure the players will be moving on shortly and as such, the club should see some decent profit for them. On the flip side Steve Duffy said no to his contract offer stating a poor pay rise after an agreed number of games being the reason.

    Joey Turner is still out with strained knee ligements and should be back within 2 weeks, has missed 6 weeks of action so far, whilst the rest of the team are injury free.

    San Marino did play International games last month, but not one of our players were involved in any of the action!!!!

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    Wahoooo the bugger signed a contract

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    And the right back scores

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    I'm slipping..our, together, my defence and I are slipping....conceded a goal in each match

    Need to tighten up guys (including myself in this lot!) No more goals allowed!!!!!

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    Sorry, just having a bad month you know.

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    I suspect Lombardo's Injury Proneness is at least 15...

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    Just 2 more weeks of waiting......

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    Singned a new contract! Great stuff Harkness.... Take this team to the top!

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    International's 15/16/17 of November 2010

    To start with the country has moved up 30 places in world football to 177th position and are no longer the worst country in Europe, that now goes to Andorra. All three sides had away games in Finland

    First team lost 4-0 in front of 10,770 fans - none of our players played in the game
    U19's team lost 3-0 in front of 140 fans - none of our players played in the game.

    U21's grabbed a 1-1 draw in front of 377 fans.

    Lining up in a 4-4-1-1 formation the boys will be happy to get to avoiding defeat.

    W.Wonka
    L.Tym Toon
    B.Smith - N.Walker - M.Battistini - J.Turner
    R.Ragini- L.Lombardo - D.Ginsberg - M.Nevo
    G.Zantk

    Just John Harkness was on the bench, and he did in fact come on as sub.

    Steady away draw for the U21 side with the boys coming back from a 68th minute goal scored by Johannes Westo, Ben Smith scoring for the away side on in the 78th minute. Ben Smith did also get booked, whilst Long Tym Toon will see around 3weeks out due to a gashed leg.

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    Very happy so far, but confused as to why I got played in right back?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tactic Master View Post
    Very happy so far, but confused as to why I got played in right back?
    Indeed u took ma right back spot :mad:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Animosama View Post
    Indeed u took ma right back spot :mad:
    I must be that good

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    Another U21 cap, and I'm back after the injury.

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    BREAKING NEWS

    Mike Nevo leaves Vauxhall for Swedish Premier Division side Kalmar FF

    Kalmar have paid an initial
    £8,000 for the youngster with another £14,000 to be paid over a period of time.


    The young man is believed to be happy with the move and the San Marino U19 vice-captain is currently on holiday waiting for the Swedish season to start, currently still on a youth contract of £10 per week, his contract takes a huge jump in July 2012 when he turns 17 and will then be earning £1.8k per week! the length of the contract is 3 years.

    Important action needed just by Mike Nevo - and this is a one time offer :-) You currently have 119.5 coaching points, I will allow you to spend 6.375 per position skill point.

    So for example if you wanted to make your player a striker too and wanted to make his skill in this position 10 out of 20, it would cost you 63.75 points.

    You can spend as many as you wish, and on as many positions as you want.

    PM me with what you wish to do.......but wait........if you don't want to spend any points, then I will send you your player card and you can spend your points upgrading his current skills.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nastymiller View Post

    BREAKING NEWS

    Mike Nevo leaves Vauxhall for Swedish Premier Division side Kalmar FF

    Kalmar have paid an initial
    £8,000 for the youngster with another £14,000 to be paid over a period of time.


    The young man is believed to be happy with the move and the San Marino U19 vice-captain is currently on holiday waiting for the Swedish season to start, currently still on a youth contract of £10 per week, his contract takes a huge jump in July 2012 when he turns 17 and will then be earning £1.8k per week! the length of the contract is 3 years.

    Important action needed just by Mike Nevo - and this is a one time offer :-) You currently have 119.5 coaching points, I will allow you to spend 6.375 per position skill point.

    So for example if you wanted to make your player a striker too and wanted to make his skill in this position 10 out of 20, it would cost you 63.75 points.

    You can spend as many as you wish, and on as many positions as you want.

    PM me with what you wish to do.......but wait........if you don't want to spend any points, then I will send you your player card and you can spend your points upgrading his current skills.
    that looks cool way to do and different
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    November 2010

    November saw the first of the young guns leave Vauxhall, Sweden may not have been where I expected the player to leave to, but it's top flight football and better training facilities etc. On the domestic front Vauxhall continue to play well in the league and had a great cup run before finally bowing out to Shrewsbury in the 2nd Round.

    (A) Gainsbrough 2-0 Win: Willy Wonka and Obi Anoruo the goalscorers.
    (H) North Leigh (FA Cup) 6-0 Win: Steve Duffy, Leighton McGivern (2), John Harkness and Willy Wonka (2) the goalscorers.
    (H) Stafford 4-1 Win: Steve Duffy, Mike Nevo, Obi Anoruo and Nathan Walker the goalscorers.
    (A) Redditch 1-0 Win: Andy Taylor the goalscorer.
    (H) Ebbsfleet (FA Trophy) 4-1 Win: David Ginsberg, Leighton McGivern, Andy Taylor and Willy Wonka the goalscorers.
    (A) Shrewsbury 3-2 Defeat: Willy Wonka and David Mannix the goalscorers.

    Player Profile for November is Wing Back (Left) Sercan Cali:



    With just 1 league start for the attacking full back, a move is in order to get his career kick-started, and a move overseas is what I would recommend as not many teams in English football play with a wing-back. Currently his country also avoid the wing back position, so it may be wise to try and train in a 2nd position as back up. Has agreed to sign a contract with Vauxhall when he hits 17 the level headed youngster will I am sure do things for the right reasons and still have an amazing career.

    Other News:

    Joey Turner, Martyn James, Nathan Walker, Omar Brown, Galen Zantk, David Ginsberg and Leonardo Lombardo have all signed pre-contract terms with Vauxhall, whilst Ben Smith and Barrio Wilkinsonio have turned theirs down telling the football world that the basic wage they were offered and poor bonus for first team games as the reason.

    Omar Brown has up to 2 weeks left on a twisted ankle injury, has been out of action for the last 4 weeks. Ya Pierre-Dolle should be back in a day after a 4 week lay off due to a pulled hamstring during a match, Martyn James could have anything up to another 12 days out for broken ribs - has been out for the last 3 weeks due to the injury he picked up during a match. This is the second 'break' of his careers after missing a couple of weeks last month due to a broken nose. Finally Long Tym Toon should be back in 6 days following his gashed leg 2 weeks ago during a match.

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    BREAKING NEWS

    Ben Smith leaves Vauxhall for Swedish Premier Division Orebro SK


    Orebro have paid an initial £8,000 for the youngster with another £14,000 to be paid over a period of time.


    The young man is believed to be happy with the move after seeing fellow club and country man join the land of IKEA, also currently on holiday waiting for the Swedish season to start, currently still on a youth contract of £10 per week, his contract takes a huge jump in July 2012 when he turns 17 and will then be earning £1.3k per week! the length of the contract is 3 years.

    Important action needed just by Ben Smith - and this is a one time offer :-) You currently have 26 coaching points, I will allow you to spend 7.325 per position skill point.

    So for example if you wanted to make your player a striker too and wanted to make his skill in this position 10 out of 20, it would cost you 73.25 points.

    You can spend as many as you wish, and on as many positions as you want.

    PM me with what you wish to do.......but wait........if you don't want to spend any points, then I will send you your player card and you can spend your points upgrading his current skills.

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    Good to see Duffy getting some game time and some goals!

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    December 2010

    Quite a number of games in December, in fact 8 games and no defeats saw the young Vauxhall team continue to storm the league and do well in the cups.

    (A) Worcester 2-0 Win: Steve Duffy and Willy Wonka the goalscorers.
    (H) Corby 2-1 Win: Willy Wonka (2) the goalscorer.
    (A) Gloucester 3-0 Win: Martyn James, Sercan Cali and Omar Brown the goalscorers.
    (H) Southport (FA Trophy) 1-1 Draw: Willy Wonka the goalscorer.
    (A) Southport (FA Trophy) 2-1 Win: Sheldon Jacobs and Omar Brown the goalscorers.
    (A) Solihull Moors 2-2 Draw: David Ginsberg and Steve Duffy the goalscorers.
    (H) Droylsden 4-0 Win: Nathan Walker, Leighton McGivern, John Harkness and Omar Brown the goalscorers.
    (A) Guiseley 2-0 Win: Willy Wonka and David Ginsberg the goalscorers.

    Player Profile for December is Defensive Midfielder / M (C) Nathan Walker:



    A very solid start to this young man's footballing career, having started 19 first team games and coming on as sub 3 times. 5 goals (1 a pen), 4 assists, and 1 yellow card for this 7.18 average rating player. Closing in on 100 miles of running this season, he sits at 85.4 at the moment, a solid all round midfield player with 72% of his passes going to a team mate, 69% of tackles being won and 74% of headers also going the same way.

    Other News:

    Steve Duffy has signed pre-contract terms with Vauxhall.

    Martyn James is out for 3 to 9 days due to his thigh strain, 2 weeks has already been lost and this is his 3rd injury. Leonardo Lombardo too is onto his 3rd injury, this time a thigh strain too and he also has 3 to 9 days out - and yes you guessed correctly, 2 weeks he has been out for! Long Tym Toon still has a couple of weeks until he is over his strained neck injury, been out for 4 days so far.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nastymiller View Post
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    Martyn James is out for 3 to 9 days due to his thigh strain,
    Yes but what lovely thighs they are!

    Its not surprising seeing players get a number of small injuries when playing first team football at 16.

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    BREAKING NEWS

    Barrio Wilkinsonio leaves Vauxhall for English Premier Division Wolverhampton Wanderers


    Wolves have paid £8,000 for the youngster.

    Amazingly the lad with hardly any football to his name has poxed a move to the English top flight! Possibly a loan move will be in store as Wolves play a flat back four and I'm not sure Mick McCarthy will employe flying full backs! Currently on £90 a week, which will rise to a massive £2.5k a week when he turns 17 years of age. Will be interesting what happens over the next year or so with this outspoken attacking full back.

    Important action needed just by Barrio Wilkinsonio - and this is a one time offer :-) You currently have 9.5 coaching points, I will allow you to spend 8.85 per position skill point.

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    how exactly does Omar brown score his goals ?

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    Hoping Turner gets a move to Real Madrid and starts playing 30+ goals

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    January 2011

    A new year, but the same old Vauxhall, win, win, and more wins - let's hope the club finds some investment before all the youth players have moved on so they don't start dropping down the league. Should be nailed on for the league win, and possibly in with a FA Trophy shout.

    (A) Droylsden 3-1 Win: Willy Wonka and Sercan Cali (2) the goalscorers.
    (H) Workington 1-1 Draw: Ya Pierre-Dolle the goalscorer.
    (A) Gainsborough 4-1 Win: Steve Duffy, David Mannix, Joey Turner and John Harkness the goalscorers.
    (A) Stafford 2-1 Win: Willy Wonka and Ya Pierre-Dolle the goalscorers.
    (H) Hyde (FA Trophy) 4-1 Win: Martyn James, Ya Pierre-Dolle (2) and Willy Wonka the goalscorers.
    (H) Nuneaton 2-1 Win: John Harkness and Willy Wonka the goalscorers.
    (H) Gloucester 4-0 Win: Martyn James (2), John Harkness and Long Tym Toon the goalscorers.

    Player Profile for January is Striker Willy Wonkar:



    Willy Wonka will, with the right development become a world beater, already gained 6 ability points due to the coaching at Vauxhall a good move to a better league for next season should help develop him even move. 23 goals in 34 senior games with an avg rating of 7.43 the young lad is doing great, and has pledged his future to the club even though he is very ambitious young man. Media-friendly with a regional reputation, everything seems to be going well for the striker and long may it last. 30 goals should be an easy ask for the 16 year old, can he make it 40 and an outstanding first season?

    Other News:

    Joey Turner, Long Tym Toon have both signed pre-contract terms with Vauxhall.

    Nathan Walker's season is over! A torn calf muscle has seen to that and maybe 5 months on the sidelines, currently been out for 3 weeks devestating news. Omar Brown fractured some ribs 4 weeks ago and it will still be around 6 weeks before he is back, rest of the players seem to be clear from injury at the moment.

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    Wondering whats going on with Nevo

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tactic Master View Post
    Wondering whats going on with Nevo
    Just back off holiday mate - pre-season starts soon in Sweden.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nastymiller View Post
    Just back off holiday mate - pre-season starts soon in Sweden.
    I totally missed that update... I never knew it was there haha! Can you send me his player card please?

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    Nathan Walker's season is over! A torn calf muscle has seen to that and maybe 5 months on the sidelines, currently been out for 3 weeks devestating news.
    So thats my second injury in this already :/

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    International's 07/08/09th of February 2011

    Now 176th best team in the world, so moving in the right direction, that now goes to Andorra. U19's had an away date in Georgia, the U21's away in Andorra whilst the senior side played Liechtenstein at home.

    First team lost 2-1 in front of 2,960 fans - none of our players played in the game
    U19's team lost 1-0 in front of 2,860 fans - none of our players played in the game.

    U21's grabbed a 2-0 win in front of 439 fans.

    Changing formation to a 3-1-4-2 it worked, and worked well.

    Y.Pierre-Dolle - A.Ceccoli
    B.Smith - M.James - L.Tym-Toon - S.Duffy
    L.Liverani
    M.Nevo - L.Lazzarinin - D.Ginsberg
    G.Zantk

    Leonardo Lombardo, Sercan Cali, John Harkness and Willy Wonka on the bench, none of which came on.

    A game where the scoreline did not flatter and should have been closer based on the number of chances for both teams, Ya Pierre-Dolle the hero for the away side scoring in the 6th and 58th minutes.




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    Nice to see Wonka's profile and he's doing very well! Pleased to see he has low injury proneness and that he has improved. However he does need to move to a bigger club if he wants to realise his PA

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    Turner didn't play for the U-21's this time

    What's his AVG Rating so far?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheGreatTraveler View Post
    Turner didn't play for the U-21's this time

    What's his AVG Rating so far?
    League 7.92 from 14 games and 7.55 from 2 cup games = 7.87 from 16 games, 2 goals, 9 assists, 1 m.o.m and 3 yellow's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nastymiller View Post
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    (A) Droylsden 3-1 Win: Willy Wonka and Sercan Cali (2) the goalscorers.
    How on earth did that happen?!? Cali scoring two goals, headers, free kicks or penalties?

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    Would like to see some better performances from Mike Nevo! Not overly impressed at his move from the club either.

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    February 2011

    Another month, and another undefeated month and further progression in the FA Trophy.

    (A) Eastwood 2-1 Win: Martyn James and Willy Wonka the goalscorers.
    (H) York 1-1 (FA Trophy) Draw: Ya Pierre-Dolle the goalscorer.
    (H) Hinckley 1-0 Win: Willy Wonka the goalscorer.
    (A) York 2-1 Win: Willy Wonka (2) the goalscorer.
    (A) Mansfield (FA Trophy) 2-2 Draw: Leighton McGivern and Obi Anoruo the goalscorers.

    Player Profile for February is Defender (Right) Omar Brown:



    A couple of bad injuries has seen this young man's ability slightly decrease so far, dropping from 100 to 98, however once fit I expect him to be pulling the shirt on again and build up some coaching points to push his ability back up and then over the 100 mark. 4 goals in 22 games is a good start to his career and has an U21 cap to his name. Outspoken young full-back is great in the tackle with 84% of tackles won!

    Other News:

    John Harkness is still out for 4 days with a bruised head, missed just 5 days with the injury so far, Ya Pierre-Dolle has maybe another 2 weeks out with his broken ribs. Nathan Walker has maybe another 4 months to go, finally Omar Brown should be back in 2 days.

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    yes omar brown come back to claim my place

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    International's 24/25/26 of March 2011

    Now 172nd best team in the world, and moving up the rankings ever so slowly. U19's had an away date in Scotland, the U21's away in Japan whilst the senior side played Scotland away.

    First team lost 3-0 in front of 33,782 fans - none of our players played in the game
    U19's team lost 4-0 in front of 5,892 fans - none of our players played in the game.

    U21's lost 3-1 win in front of 13,212 fans.

    Poor result, but a long way to travel for a friendly.

    Y.Pierre-Dolle - W.Wonka
    B.Smith - M.Battistini - M.James - C.Righi
    L.Liverani
    D.Ginsberg- L.Lazzarinin - L.Lombardo
    G.Zantk

    Mike Nevo, Sercan Cali, John Harkness, Omar Brown and Steve Duffy on the bench, none of which came on.

    Never really in the game, went 2-0 down before Ya Pierre-Dolle hit a 60th minute goal to pull one back, before the game ended 3-1 to the home side. However all good experiance for the boys and especially D.Ginsberg, B.Smith and G.Zantk made their 4th U21 caps and think it is only a matter of time before 1 of these makes the step up to the senior side.

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    Didn't get called up for U-21's again!!

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    I seem to be a regular for the under 21's.

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    I seem to be regular scorer for the under 21's.

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    Hopefully I can put in some better showings in the U21s myself!

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    I wonder if I ahve lsot my right back spot or maybe its because I am comin back from injury

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    Used to seeing Mike Nevo in the team, but I suppose I gotta give others a chance, instead of taking up the right back spot aswell haha!

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    March 2011

    8 more games and 7 wins and a draw including an FA Trophy Semi Final (2 Legs), so still unbeaten in the league and off to a cup final - what a first season!


    (H) Mansfieled (FA Trophy) 1-0 Win: Willy Wonka the goalscorer.
    (H) Alfreton 3-0 Win: Willy Wonka, Sheldon Jacobs and Long Tym Toon the goalscorers.
    (A) Hyde 1-0 Win: Scott McGory the goalscorer.
    (H) Darlington (FA Trophy) 4-1 Win: Ya Pierre-Dolle, John Harkness, Martyn James and Omar Brown the goalscorers.
    (A) Nuneaton 2-0 Win: Steve Duffyand Long Tym Toon the goalscorers.
    (A) Darlington (FA Trophy) 1-1 Draw: Willy Wonka the goalscorer.
    (A) Corby 2-1 Win: Leighton McGivern (2) the goalscorer.
    (H) Eastwood 2-1 Win: Leighton McGivern and Andy Taylor the goalscorers.

    Player Profile for March is Midfielder (Right) Joey Turner:



    A solid if unspectacular midfield player with 21 first team games under his belt including 2 goals, 10 assists, 2 m.o.m's and a yellow card. As said, a very solid player who gives his all, 85.7 miles he has run so far this year and should break the 100 miles mark if he keeps fit. A very loyal young man and is medi-friendly and known locally in the area.

    Other News:

    Long Tym Toon and Sercan Cali both signed pre-contracts meaning they become full time players for Vauxhall when they hit 17 years old.

    Nathan Walker should be out for another 8 weeks due to his calf muscle, and has currently been out for 3 months.

    Over in Sweden, Ben Smith and Mike Nevo have both had a great pre-season and both have played in both games of the season, in the English Prem Barrio is playing youth and reserve football and will be hoping for a loan move to kick start his career.

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    looks like toon is bashing a few goals in and i happy he signed a contract so at least he gets more 1st team football

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    Nastymiller how exactly is Omar scoring hims goals ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Animosama View Post
    Nastymiller how exactly is Omar scoring hims goals ?
    I actually don't know mate - I have all the leagues running and am actually managing in Portugal so I don't have details of the match reports. Sorry.

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    Still 8 more weeks, bet my CA has dropped abit in that time?

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    April 2011

    With just one more game of the season left, that being a cup final - April saw the Vauxhall team lose a couple of games, and no wonder - with most of the team being just 16 years of age, it will have been a long hard slog for them.

    (H) Redditch 2-0 Win: Leighton McGivern and Long Tym Toon the goalscorers.
    (H) Blyth 1-0 Win: Chris Noone the goalscorer.
    (A) Harrogate 2-1 Loss: Obi Anoruo the goalscorer.
    (H) Solihull Moors 2-0 Win: David Mannix and Long Tym Toon the goalscorers.
    (A) AFC Telford 1-1 Draw: Scott McGrory the goalscorer.
    (H) Stalybridge 2-1 Loss: Long Tym Toon the goalscorer.
    (A) Boston Utd 2-1 Win: Craig Mahon and Josh Wilson the goalscorers.

    Will the young team be able to put 1 last effort in and win the FA trophy? Can they overcome Newport County who finished 8th in the Blue Square Prem?


    Player Profile for April is Defender (Centre) Leonardo Lombardo:



    A few injuries early in the season has knocked the young man's CA back 2 points, but with plenty of football played this season (31 first team games) I am sure when he sits down for his end of season training brief he will soon pull that back. Still to score for the club, this young centre half has set 4 goals up, got 1 man of the match award and collected 2 yellow cards. A monster of a defender with a 75% pass completion rate, 91% tackle win and 86% of headers won he has had a great season. Add to that 108.4 miles run he has won 80% of all matches he has played in this season.

    Other News:

    Just a couple of weeks left before Nathan Walker is back fit - will be an important pre-season for the young man after missing so much of this season (CA is 98 so not too much of a decline). For Wolves Barrio has damaged his spine and has been out injuried for 8 days, should be fit in 8 weeks ready for pre-season training. Ben Smith has been sent to his clubs reserve team who play in the bottom tier of Swedish football and has played the last 3 games scoring 1 goal, setting 1 up and getting the M.O.M. in 1 match. Mike Nevo continues to play for his first team and has played a total of 5 league games so far.

    Coming up - cup final report and end of English season player round up and coaching point totals.
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    Lookint good for Mike Nevo, what's his average rating like? Looking forward to next update

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    Not sure if 20 loyalty will be good or bad.....Fans will love me, but I might stay at Vauxhall my entire career!!

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    Vauxhall Motors 4 v 0 Newport County, 22,256 fans visited Wembley as the young boys completed the job and won the FA Trophy with an outstanding victory. Newport just could not live with the energy of the young Vauxhall side and were swept aside, the defense stood strong, the keeper did his job when called upon and the lads made sure they made the most of their chances. Bring on the new season, and the Blue Square Bet Premier League.




    Cracking League Table!!



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    English Season Overview:

    Player
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    Omar Brown 160.5 Vauxhall 98 2401
    Sercan Cali 55 Vauxhall 108 668
    Steve Duffy 189.5 Vauxhall 103 2588
    David Ginsberg 239 Vauxhall 112 3136
    John Harkness 206 Vauxhall 108 2458
    Martyn James 172 Vauxhall 111 2647
    Leonardo Lombardo 164 Vauxhall 99 1793
    Mike Nevo 125.5 Kalmar FF 107 2195
    Ya-Pierre Dolle 177.5 Vauxhall 103 2388
    Ben Smith 41 Orebro 112 1525
    Joey Turner 129 Vauxhall 102 1720
    Long Tym Toon 173.5 Vauxhall 108 1861
    Nathan Walker 169 Vauxhall 98 2083
    Barrio Wilkinsonio 15.5 Woves 105 723
    Willy Wonka 233 Vauxhall 109 2721
    Galen Zantk 259.5 Vauxhall 108 2363

    *Please note - for English based players only - I will be sending you, your player cards. You can then spend your coaching points on boosting your players.

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    Awesome. I would expect another league win next year being that dominant this year and with CA scores continuously improving.

    111 CA with only Ginsberg being better. It is also interesting seeing how much the injuries hurt CA improvement.

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    Right guys, so as not to clutter up in-boxes etc, pop along to http://photobucket.com/vauxhallsanmarino when asked for the password it is: millers.

    You have your coaching points, now you just need to let me know how to spend them.

    You calculate the amount of points like this example:

    Passing currently 7 but you want to move it to 15 it will cost 8+9+10+11+12+13+14+15 = 92

    If you want to drop a stat - so for example injury prone is currently 14 and you want to drop it to 6 it would be 13+12+11+10+9+8+7+6 = 76.

    So fill your boots and crack on - post your changes here.

    For the lads in Sweden, you were sent the chance to change your stats when you moved clubs, the chance to increase stats will come at the end of your domestic season.

    In regards changes to position stats, you only get this chance when your player moves clubs.

    Enjoy and lets boost these players!

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    Love it. I think I have this right.

    Martyn James = 172 coaching points

    Flair: starting 10 using 65 coaching points to increase to 15. (11+12+13+14+15=65)
    Important matches: starting 6 using 34 coaching points to increase to 10. (7+8+9+10=34)
    Composure: starting 5 using 40 coaching points to increase to 10. (6+7+8+9+10=40)
    Concentration: starting 8 using 19 coaching points to increase to 10. (9+10=19)
    First touch: starting 13 using 14 coaching points to increase to 14.

    65+34+40+19+14=172.

    Hope that is all ok and please let me know if I have misunderstood anything. Thanks

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    Omar Brown

    Decision 10-12 11+12=23 points
    Stamina 9-12 10+11+12 = 33 points
    Injury Prone 10-6 9+8+7+6 = 30 points
    Consistency 3-9 4+5+6+7+8+9= 39
    Dribbling 6-9 6+7+8+9= 30 points
    Free kick taking 3-4 4 points
    Total points 160 remainder 0.5

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    Joey Turner: 129
    Finishing: 4-13=81(5+6+7+8+9+10+11+12+13=81)
    Positioning: 5-10=40(6+7+8+9+10=40)
    Imp Matches: 6-7(=7)
    81+40+7=128

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    Quote Originally Posted by marty78 View Post
    Love it. I think I have this right.

    Martyn James = 172 coaching points

    Flair: starting 10 using 65 coaching points to increase to 15. (11+12+13+14+15=65)
    Important matches: starting 6 using 34 coaching points to increase to 10. (7+8+9+10=34)
    Composure: starting 5 using 40 coaching points to increase to 10. (6+7+8+9+10=40)
    Concentration: starting 8 using 19 coaching points to increase to 10. (9+10=19)
    First touch: starting 13 using 14 coaching points to increase to 14.

    65+34+40+19+14=172.

    Hope that is all ok and please let me know if I have misunderstood anything. Thanks
    Sorted, you got it spot on mate. Omar and Joey updated too.
    Last edited by nastymiller; 28-06-2012 at 19:28.

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    David Ginsberg

    Injury Proneness 6+5+4+3+2+1=21
    Marking 12+13=25
    Anticipation 11+12+13=36
    Positioning 11+12+13=36
    Strength 8+9+10+11+12+13=63
    Stamina 10+11+12+13=46
    Technique 12=12
    All 239 points used

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    This is a awesome way to do thing Miller and very Original

    ok so Long Tym Toon
    173 Points

    Important Matches 2 + 3 + 4+ 5+6 +7 +8 +9 + 10 =54

    Consistency 11+ 12 + 13 + 14+ 15+ 16 = 81

    Determination 11+ 12 + 13 = 36

    = 171 points spent

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    Galen Zantk --- points as follows:
    Aerial Ability: 7+8+9+10+11+12+13+14 = 84
    Determination: 9+10+11+12+13+14 = 69
    Rushing Out: 8+9+10+11+12 = 50
    Communication: 12+13 = 25
    Pressure: 7+8+9 = 24
    Strength: 7 = 7

    = 259

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    Nathan Walker = 169 points

    Passing from 13 to 16 (14+15+16) = 45
    Strength from 10 to 15 (11+12+13+14+15) = 65
    Tackling from 13 to 16 (14+15+16) = 45
    First Tuch from 13 to 14 (14) = 14
    45+65+45+14 = 169

    Cheers mate

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