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    San Marino Lottery

    Setting The Scene

    The reports are true, the Sammarinese FA have just announced that 24 youth products will be making the big move over to English clubs! These 24 players are apparently the most gifted players ever to come through the Sammarinese ranks! The question on everyone's lips, is can they live up to their potential?

    San Marino has for a long time, has been living in the shadows of it's larger countpart Italy. Italy has poached several Sammarinese players in the past and so San Marino carries on as the worst Nation in Europe. The difference now is that 24 rising stars have pledged their allegiance to San Marino and will therefore give the country hope!

    The English FA has confirmed it will allow these 24 young players to come to the country and ply their trade in the lower leagues, before their hopefull rise to fame! The Npower League 2 teams will welcome them with open arms, with each team allowed one player! Despite the fact that these players will soon team up for the National side, they are all pretty much enemies, looking to knock each other down on the road to greatness! There will be no love lost when it comes to facing each other on club level, but they will need to get along on the International stage! Can San Marino finally overcome the problems of the past and finally cast the Italians into the shadows? Only time will tell!

    The Sammarinese head to England!

    England are yet again looking towards foreign youth to light up English football after the FA confirmed the income of 24 Sammarinese footballers to League 2 teams! This is yet again going back on England's supposed intent to improve English players, but with several millions reported to be heading to the FA officials from the deal, you can see their motive.

    There is little known about these Sammarinese footballers, but it is said that they could be the Golden Age of Sammarinese football and could make a huge impact from the word go! Only time will tell whether they can make it in England and whether they will seek to move elsewhere in the future.

    Player List

    Goalkeepers...


    Defenders...


    Midfielders...


    Strikers...


    Rules:

    Although we will be using the same idea as Toonbalmy87, I have changed the way the awards are done, but that will be the only difference. The element of mystery will remain and you wont be able to see your attributes. Apart from your 5 strong attributes, everything else will be random and it is up to you to guide your player in the best way possible! If your a striker and your not scoring goals, it may be that your finishing is below par, or you just are composed in front of goal, so it is up to you to guess and when the times comes and you win an award, you can use your guess to try and fix the problem.

    Unlike the real world in FM, PA is not fixed and through winning awards, this can rise! The following is available if you win an award at the end of a quarter, but you can only pick 1 (No player can win an award 2 times in a row)...

    1. Add 5 points to CA
    2. Add 5 points to PA
    3. Add 3 attribute points (1 per category, and will be chosen randomly if that stat is already maxed)
    4. Add 15 reputation points (increasing your chances of moving to a big club)

    We will have 2 players who will win an award and they will be chosen from 2 different categories... GK's and defenders, Defensive Midfielders & Central Midfielders will be the first category and the rest will be the second category.

    If you prefer to use dirty tactics and maybe you have a rival for a position in the National Side, then you could choose one of the following...

    5. Take 5 CA points from a fellow Sammarinese player
    6. Take 5 PA points from a fellow Sammarinese player
    7. Take 3 attribute points from a fellow Sammarinese player (chosen at random)

    On June the 25th, I will announce the Sammarinese Player Of The Year Award. Only one person will win this award and they will be able to do the following...

    1. View their attribute profile (In a secure way)
    2. Add 3 CA Points
    3. Add 3 PA Points
    4. Add 10 reputation points
    5. Add 3 attribute points as they see fit to any stat

    In addition to all this, any player that surpasses 70 caps first, will be able to increase any stat or a selection of stats, using 10 attribute points, including a CA increase of 5!
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    they are a wee bit small too see

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    Quote Originally Posted by toonbalmy87 View Post
    they are a wee bit small too see
    They seem fine to me, but I have multi-touch pad. I'll try to improve the size either soon or tomorrow.

    Stoff7 - Mattino Stoffinni
    Animosama - Omar Rossi
    David Coprerial - Davide Ginsberg
    Kalem Lyco - Kalem Lyco
    Babaginoosh - Ermenegildo Tomaselli
    Yakutz - Martino Trattare
    Prodigal Son - Merko Tomassoni
    AndyEs - Andrea Di Baggio
    TheGreatTraveler - Giorgino Rossi
    Braumiller - Elio Tablottini
    Terence123470 - Stephon Teroni
    Jaded - Luc Salva
    as260191 - Leonardo Lombardo
    Ri916 - Andy Selva
    Duffy89 - Stefano Duffinci
    Nastymiller - Santa Claus-Mooooorena
    Toonbalmy87 - Gennaro Baresi
    Marty78 - Franco Maldini
    Jpr - Stefano Luigi
    Annndy - Aldaberto Calogera Stefano De Benedetto
    Nie Jem Frytek - Enzo Ferrari
    Jimbowmanuk - Gianluca Carberetta
    Stothy - Francesco Rossi
    18Rabbit - Diego Rossi
    Last edited by Tactic Master; 21-06-2012 at 21:04.

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    Wooot lets go

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    Looking forward to this

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    Here we go.

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    only one worth zip... common luc!

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    Yeah I was looking on 15 inch screen haha

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    Season 1 (1st Quarter)

    Here it is finally! The first update of the San Marino Lottery, bringing to you the careers of 24 Sammarinese Footballers attempting to make it in a foreign country, the Npower League 2 in England! This first installment has already brought some amazing news, with one player making his Full International Debut for San Marino! Not only that, he went on to play another game as well! On a slightly smaller note, several players made their San Marino U21 debut's.

    Npower League 2

    Category 1 - Goalkeepers & Defenders & Defensive Midfielders & Central Midfielders

    GK - Mattino Stoffinni - Has had a brilliant start to his career at Northampton | 10 App | 9 Conc | 3 Clean | 2 MOM | 7.13 AVR | Has made 2 appearances for the U21's!

    GK - Kalem Lyco - Not the best of starts for the Torquay goalkeeper | 7 App | 11 Conc | 2 Clean | 6.57 AVR | Has represented the U21's on one occation, but with his poor performances, could be looking at the exit door in future squads.

    GK - Aldaberto Calogera Stefano De Benedetto - A bit of a struggle for this lad, with poor league form and then picking up a Knee Ligament injury, out for 6 weeks! | 5 App | 5 Conc | 2 Clean | 6.78 AVR | Around 8 days left before he returns to action.

    DR - Enzo Ferrari - This guy is definately putting his name out there with several brilliant performances. | 10 App | 4 Assist | 1 MOM | 7.62 AVR | It's a suprise that this guy has only made one U21 appearance.

    DR - Francesco Rossi - A disappointment for this guy to Fracture his Arm after some equally brilliant performances like Enzo Ferrari. Likely to be out for another 3 weeks on top of the current 2. | 10 App | 1 Assist | 3 MOM | 7.61 AVR | Has made just one U21 appearance as well.

    DC - Leonardo Lombardo - A brilliant start, but ended in tears! | 2 App | 7.60 AVR | Went on to make 3 U21 appearances, but has suffered from Knee Tendonitis and is out for up to 6 months! It will be difficult, but hopefully he will make a come back appearance towards the end of the season.

    DC - Gennaro Baresi - Under the circumstances at his club, he has done very well! Accrington are 23rd, but this guy is attemping to hold things together with some top performances. | 10 App | 7.09 AVR | Has made 2 appearances for the U21's. Would probably benefit from a move in the near future.

    DC - Franco Maldini - Playing for Southend Under 18's at the moment, only making 1 appearance for the first team. | 1 App | 7.90 AVR | Not real explanation as to why Southend don't play him, except the few minor injuries he's had, but his first appearance shows he warrants a run in the side. Made one U21's appearance.

    DC - Gianluca Carberetta - Top notch start for Plymouth who are 10th in the league and probably thanks to this guys defensive displays! | 10 App | 1 Goal | 1 Assist | 2 MOM | 7.40 AVR| Has made 2 appearances for the U21's and probably deserves more.

    DL - Stefano Luigi - Despite his "God Like" form, is resigned to playing for the Bristol Rovers U18's most of the time... | 5 App | 1 Goal | 3 MOM | 7.80 AVR | Has made the U21's team all 3 times so far and has put in another 2 "God Like" performances, with the other appearance as a substitute.

    DL - Diego Rossi - Several amazing performances from Diego Rossi, putting pressure on his rival Stefano Luigi. | 10 App | 1 Goal | 4 Assist | 4 MOM | 7.73 AVR | 2 appearances for the U21's and playing regular for Macclesfield, he is sure to improve over the course of the season!

    DMC - Davide Ginsberg - Has mainly featured for Rotherham U18's and has picked up a fractured arm a week ago, likely out for another 4 weeks! | 2(1) App | 1 Goal | 6.65 AVR | Has made all 3 appearances in the U21's! Needs to improve a lot and get into Rotherham's first team if he is to get close to winning an award.

    MC - Ermenegildo Tomaselli - Has played a lot for the U18's, but has also made some significant appearances for the first team. | 6 App | 1 Goal | 2 Assist | 1 MOM | 7.42 AVR | Has made 3 appearances for the U21's and has also scored a goal! Brilliant Central Midfielder!

    MC - Santa Claus-Mooooorena - This guy is an absolute sensation in the centre of midfield! | 5 App | 3 Goals | 1 Pen | 1 Assist | 4 MOM | 8.00 AVR | Has made 3 sensational appearances for the U21's and should be good for a First Team Call Up any time soon!

    Category 2 - Attacking Midfielders & Wingers & Strikers

    AMC - Luc Salva - Very poor performances from Luc, he will have to make extremely big strides over the coming months if he is to get a look in on any awards. | 1(2) App | 6.45 AVR | Has made 2 appearances for the U21's.

    MR - Stefano Duffinci - Decent prospect for San Marino after some assured performances for Shrewsbury, but will be hoping to start more games. | 6 App | 1 Goal | 3 Assists | 1 MOM | 7.07 AVR | Has played in all three U21 games!

    AMR - Elio Talbottini - Has been unfortunate, picking up a Sports Hernia, so has made limited appearances, but should be back in action in just a days time! | 2 App | 1 Assist | 7.55 AVR | Has made 1 appearance for the U21's.

    AML - Martino Trattare - Has suffered 2 seperate concussions, but has still had plenty of game time and done very well for himself. | 7(1) App | 7.03 AVR | Has made the U21's twice and even scored a goal! Will need to make more asissts and score goals for his club in future.

    AML - Andy Selva - Has hardly played for Bradford and is currently injured with a sprained ankle, currently has 10 days left after a 4 week period on the sidelines. | 2 App | 1 Goal | 1 Assist | 1 MOM | 7.85 AVR | Has made just one U21 appearance.

    ST - Omar Rossi - Has had plenty of game time and scored several goals, but his overall performances aren't very good, although a striker is expected to score and he's doing that. | 10(1) App | 5 Goals | 1 Assist | 1 MOM | 6.86 AVR | Has made 2 appearances for the U21's and has scored in both games! Definately has a look in on the awards front, but has he done enough?

    ST - Merko Tomassoni - Played very well when given the chance for AFC Wimbledon | 6(2) App | 4 Goals | 1 Assist | 1 MOM | 7.19 AVR | Has made 2 appearances for the San Marino First Team! However, he was unable to score in either game, but with opposition they faced, you can understand why (Holland & Sweden). Will be exstatic either way!

    ST - Andrea Di Baggio - An absolute beast! Has done everything right for Crewe when given the chance, but has come across an unfortunate injury, just when he was doing so well! Dislocated his shoulder 4 days ago and is now out for up to 3 month! | 6 App | 6 Goals | 2 Assists | 3 MOM | 7.72 AVR | Has made all 3 appearances for the U21's and has even scored a goal! Deserves a lot of credit for his hard work, but it may have just been undone...

    ST - Giorgino Rossi - It has to be said... Some absolute disgracefull appearances for Aldershot... | 9 App | 1 Assists | 6.64 AVR | Slightly different for the U21's, with 2 appearances and 1 goal.

    ST - Stephon Teroni - Has done pretty well for himself with several appearances for Hereford and probably could do better if he had better players around him. | 8(1) App | 4 Goals | 1 Assist | 1 MOM | 7.01 AVR | Has been a sensation for the U21's! 2 games with 3 goals! Could those appearances bring him into contention for the award?
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    Crewe sitting second, lets hope my guys bagged a few goals then

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    Will finish this update tomorrow guys and announce the 2 winners. Had a late night last night so I feel asleep earlier haha.

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    There are some more of the update done, will complete the rest shortly

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    I think Stefano Luigi's downside is being at Bristol Rovers, do they have a good left back ahead of him or is the manager just an idiot?

    The battle for Lb at national level will be an interesting one!

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    Hoping my son Elio Talbottini is the youngster to have made an instant splash in the national team!
    Positive sign - highest starting value (130k)
    Negative sign - His club Swindon are currently 20th

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    NO! Injury

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    Nice showing by both of the DL's

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    Freck i knew accrington would be nearer the bottom of the table

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    Category 1 is now complete and i'm now moving on to Category 2!

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    Go on Santa !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Ok guys the update is complete and I now need to analyze the performances and make a decision on our 2 winners! Stay tuned!

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    Season One 1st Quarter Award Ceremony

    Category 1 Candidates

    Mattino Stoffinni - 2 amazing U21 performances and 10 brilliant performances for 7th placed Northampton Town. 10 Appearances, 9 Conceded, 3 clean sheets and 2 man of the match awards!

    Gianluca Carberetta - 10 brilliant performances for 10th placed Plymouth Argyle, but only 1 good performance in his two U21 appearances.

    Enzo Ferrari - 10 outstanding performances for 24th placed Dag & Red with 4 assist and 1 man of the match award from right back! Also put in a sensational performance for his solo U21 appearance. Has seen 5 yellow card, plus One U21 yellow card and a red card...

    Francesco Rossi - 10 outstanding performances for 12th placed Cheltenham with 1 assist and 3 man of the match awards! Put in a sensational performance in his solo U21 appearance. Has seen just 3 yellow card and 1 yellow on U21 duty.

    Diego Rossi - 10 "God Like" performances for 9th placed Macclesfield with a 7.73 average rating! 1 goal, 4 assists and 4 man of the match awards, with just 1 yellow card! Made 1 good performance and 1 very late substitute appearance in both his U21 appearances.

    Ermenegildo Tomaselli - Some brilliant performances for 22nd placed Port Vale, with 1 goal, 2 assists and 1 man of the match award in 6 appearances, 7.42 average rating. However, compared to his U21 performances, those are rubbish! He has captained all 3 victories and has 2 world class performances and 1 very good performance! Has probably made that position his own! The future San Marino captain maybe?

    Santa Claus-Mooooorena - Lionel Messi-Esque! I really can't imagine what sort of performances he would throw out there in attacking midfield, but from what we've seen, he's probably very happy where he is! 5 appearances, 3 goals, 1 assist and 4 man of the match awards for 3rd placed Gillingham! Has also made 2 top notch performances and 1 good performance for the U21's!

    And the winner is... Diego Rossi!!!

    This was an extremely difficult decision and it was between 4 of our candidates!

    Category 2 Candidates

    Stefano Duffinci - 6 good appearances for Shrewsbury, scoring 1 goal, making 3 assists and picked up a man of the match award, with a 7.07 average match rating! Made 3 good performances for the U21's.

    Merko Tomassoni - Made it into the San Marino first team, making 2 appearances! Has done very well for 21st placed AFC Wimbledon, scoring 4 goals in 6(2) appearances, 1 assist and 1 man of the match award, with a 7.19 average rating.

    Andrea Di Baggio - Probably the best striker in League 2 when it comes to scoring goals, 6 appearances, 6 goals, 2 assists, 3 man of the match awards and 7.72 average match rating in just 6 appearances! Has made 3 good performances for the U21's and scored a goal.

    And the winner is...Andrea Di Baggio!!!

    Diego Rossi and Andrea Di Baggio may pick one of the following for their award!

    1. Add 5 points to CA
    2. Add 5 points to PA
    3. Add 3 attribute points (1 per category, and will be chosen randomly if that stat is already maxed)
    4. Add 15 reputation points (increasing your chances of moving to a big club)
    5. Take 5 CA points from a fellow Sammarinese player
    6. Take 5 PA points from a fellow Sammarinese player
    7. Take 3 attribute points from a fellow Sammarinese player (chosen at random)
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    Don't think I've done enough for the quarter award but pretty happy with my start

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    DL - Diego Rossi - Several amazing performances from Diego Rossi, putting pressure on his rival Stefano Luigi. | 10 App | 1 Goal | 4 Assist | 4 MOM | 7.73 AVR | 2 appearances for the U21's and playing regular for Macclesfield, he is sure to improve over the course of the season!

    MC - Santa Claus-Mooooorena - This guy is an absolute sensation in the centre of midfield! | 5 App | 3 Goals | 1 Pen | 1 Assist | 4 MOM | 8.00 AVR | Has made 3 sensational appearances for the U21's and should be good for a First Team Call Up any time soon!

    Boooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo Rossi win's it, should have been me ;-) I got a much better AVR and an U21 starter, plus the club I'm at are pushing for promotion.....so it should have been meeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee, boooooooooooooo fix, fix, fix.

    Good work Rossi in all fairness, looks like your going to nail a good 30+ games for club this season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nastymiller View Post
    DL - Diego Rossi - Several amazing performances from Diego Rossi, putting pressure on his rival Stefano Luigi. | 10 App | 1 Goal | 4 Assist | 4 MOM | 7.73 AVR | 2 appearances for the U21's and playing regular for Macclesfield, he is sure to improve over the course of the season!

    MC - Santa Claus-Mooooorena - This guy is an absolute sensation in the centre of midfield! | 5 App | 3 Goals | 1 Pen | 1 Assist | 4 MOM | 8.00 AVR | Has made 3 sensational appearances for the U21's and should be good for a First Team Call Up any time soon!

    Boooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo Rossi win's it, should have been me ;-) I got a much better AVR and an U21 starter, plus the club I'm at are pushing for promotion.....so it should have been meeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee, boooooooooooooo fix, fix, fix.

    Good work Rossi in all fairness, looks like your going to nail a good 30+ games for club this season.
    It was an extremely tough decision to make, but the thing that swayed me in the end was the fact Diego Rossi had made twice as many games for his club. But yes it was between you two in the final moments of my decision making

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    noooooo. My rival for Lb won an award

    fair play though!

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    Ahhh the other Rossi should have won ;)

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    ah, luc was horrible!! Any awards for utterly useless player of the quarter? ;-) haha, i have faith in him! He'll get better!!!

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    so happy my guy is doing well... but up to 3months injured :/ will have a think about what award I want for Di Baggio

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    Two separate concussions?! Clearly Martino is bring roughed up a bit in the English leagues. Does need to up his productivity, though. Get a few goals or assists and his standing within the game should rise quickly.

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    Diegooooooo RRRRRROOOOOOSSSSSIIIIIIIIIIiiiii!

    Woot!

    +5 PA please

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    AGHH!!! Can't play well in Aldershot!!!!

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    Hooray for Leonardo's knees of cotton.

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    Can I get +5CA for Andrea Di Baggio [ hopefully limit his decline while being injured ;]

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tactic Master View Post

    Ermenegildo Tomaselli - Some brilliant performances for 22nd placed Port Vale, with 1 goal, 2 assists and 1 man of the match award in 6 appearances, 7.42 average rating. However, compared to his U21 performances, those are rubbish! He has captained all 3 victories and has 2 world class performances and 1 very good performance! Has probably made that position his own! The future San Marino captain maybe?
    Exactly the type of player i was going for, Sammarinise version of Mascerano

    Just hope it doesnt take him forever to develop properly

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    If I don't have an update today, i'll have one up tomorrow

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    Hey, I should have been the category 2 winner. Already have 2 apps for the national team, while everyone else has none!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Prodigal Son View Post
    Hey, I should have been the category 2 winner. Already have 2 apps for the national team, while everyone else has none!!!
    If you hadn't got a 5.9 AVR in both matches, I may have considered it

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    I'm just trying to figure out how i'm going to do the next update efficiently. Once i've done that, i'll get the update up.

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    San Marino Quarterly Report Card

    I have decided that the updates will be done in the following format in future with a summary of the current quarter. It will allow me to compare how well you've done compared to previous Quarters.

    Mattino Stoffinni

    10 App, 9 Conc, 3 Cln, 2 MOM, 7.13 AVR


    Kalem Lyco

    7 App, 11 Conc, 2 Cln, 6.57 AVR


    Aldaberto Calogera Stefano De Benedetto

    5 App, 5 Conc, 2 Cln, 6.78 AVR


    Leonardo Lombardo

    2 App, 7.60 AVR


    Gennaro Baresi

    10 App, 6 Yel, 7.09 AVR


    Franco Maldini

    1 App, 7.90 AVR


    Gianluca Carberetta

    10 App, 1 Goal, 1 Ass, 2 MOM, 1 Yel, 7.40 AVR


    Enzo Ferrari

    10 App, 4 Ass, 1 MOM, 5 Yel, 1 Red, 7.62 AVR


    Francesco Rossi

    10 App, 1 Ass, 3 MOM, 3 Yel, 7.61 AVR


    Stefano Luigi

    5 App, 1 Goal, 3 MOM, 1 Yel, 1 Red, 7.80 AVR


    Diego Rossi

    10 App, 1 Goal, 4 Ass, 4 MOM, 1 Yel, 7.73 AVR


    David Ginsberg

    2(1) App, 1 Goal, 1 Yel, 6.65 AVR


    Ermenegildo Tomaselli

    6 App, 1 Goal, 2 Ass, 1 MOM, 7.42 AVR


    Elio Talbottini

    2 App, 1 Ass, 7.55 AVR


    Stefano Duffinci

    6 App, 1 Goal, 3 Ass, 1 MOM, 3 Yel, 1 Red, 7.07 AVR


    Martino Trattare

    7(1) App, 1 Yel, 7.03 AVR


    Andy Selva

    2 App, 1 Goal, 1 Ass, 1 MOM, 7.85 AVR


    Luc Salva

    1(2) App, 6.45 AVR


    Santa Claus-Mooooorena

    5 App, 3 Goal, 1 Ass, 4 MOM, 8.00 AVR


    Omar Rossi

    10(1) App, 5 Goal, 1 Ass, 1 MOM, 1 Yel, 6.86 AVR


    Merko Tomassoni

    6(2) App, 4 Goal, 1 Ass, 1 MOM, 1 Yel, 7.19 AVR


    Andrea Di Baggio

    6 App, 6 Goal, 2 Ass, 3 MOM, 7.72 AVR


    Giorgino Rossi

    9 App, 1 Ass, 2 Yel, 6.64 AVR


    Stephon Teroni

    8(1) App, 4 Goal, 1 Ass, 1 MOM, 7.01 AVR

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    San Marino Quarterly Report Card - Season 1 (2nd Quarter)

    The first quarter is over and done with and it's now onto the second quarter! I believe this will be the most important quarter, because it provides teams around the world with information and could make or break you when it comes to a possible transfer during january!

    Just a little teaser, but i've decided as an ALTERNATIVE for our player of the season, he may be able to choose a future transfer! However, this would mean that you receive no other awards for winning. I'd like to know your opinions on this!

    Category 1...

    Mattino Stoffinni

    Quarter 1: 10 App, 9 Conc, 3 Cln, 2 MOM, 7.13 AVR ("2" U21 Appearances)
    Quarter 2: 14 App, 14 Conc, 5 Cln, 2 MOM, 1 Yel, 7.01 AVR ("1" U21 Appearance)

    Has dropped in form since the first quarter, but is still doing very well and has kept Northampton in the play-off positions, in 5th place. Will be hoping to make more of an impact over the next quarter, but is almost certain to stay with Northampton due to injury! Currently out injured for up to 7 weeks with Strained Knee Ligaments. Has made just one U21 appearance, receiving a respectable 7.40 average rating.

    Report Card: B


    Kalem Lyco

    Quarter 1: 7 App, 11 Conc, 2 Cln, 6.57 AVR ("1" U21 Appearance)
    Quarter 2: 8 App, 9 Conc, 3 Cln, 6.85 AVR

    Has improved a lot over this quarter, especially over the last month! Unfortunately, luck has struck against him and he is now out injured for up to 2 months with a Broken Ankle! Torquay are currently in 15 place in the league. Has made no appearances for any San Marino teams.

    Report Card: C


    Aldaberto Calogera Stefano De Benedetto

    Quarter 1: 5 App, 5 Conc, 2 Cln, 6.78 AVR
    Quarter 2: 14 App, 19 Conc, 2 Cln, 6.65 AVR

    The only plus side for Aldaberto is he is playing a lot more for Morecambe, but has had a shocking decrease in his average rating. He has however, done very well over the last 5 games and will probably look to build on that. Morecambe are currently 19th place. Has made no appearances for any San Marino teams, but with his 2 rivals out injured, this could be his chance!

    Report Card: E

    Leonardo Lombardo

    Quarter 1: 2 App, 7.60 AVR ("3" U21 Appearances)
    Quarter 2: N/A

    Still out injured and has up to 7 weeks remaining before he recovers. Knee Tendonitis can be a career killer, just ask Owen Hargreaves! In his absence, Crawley Town are currently 9th place.

    Report Card: N/A

    Gennaro Baresi

    Quarter 1: 10 App, 6 Yel, 7.09 AVR ("2" U21 Appearances)
    Quarter 2: 11 App, 10 Yel, 7.17 AVR ("1" U21 Appearance)

    This guy has serious anger issues, but you can't fault his performances in any other area! Has performed even better than last quarter and considering Accrington are in 20th place, you have to applaud this guy. Currently noticed as one of the best players in the squad. Has appeared for the U21's for one game this quarter, achieving a 7.40 average rating.

    Report Card: B

    Franco Maldini

    Quarter 1: 1 App, 7.90 AVR ("2" U21 Appearances)
    Quarter 2: 7(1) App, 1 Yel, 7.13 AVR ("3" U21 Appearances)

    Still hasn't played a lot of football, but has made the U21 squad all 3 times this quarter, and 8 games are better than 1! Has put in brilliant performances for Southend who are currently in 3rd place, so you can't ask much more from the guy! In his first U21 game he picked up an injury and was subbed in the 44th minute, ending with a 6.4 Avr, then he put in a man of the match performance in his second with a 7.4 Avr and in his third, he did even better with a 7.8 Avr, but fell just short of being man of the match.

    Report Card: B

    Gianluca Carberetta

    Quarter 1: 10 App, 1 Goal, 1 Ass, 2 MOM, 1 Yel, 7.40 AVR ("2" U21 Appearances)
    Quarter 2: 9 App, 1 Ass, 2 MOM, 3 Yel, 7.43 AVR ("1" U21 Appearance)

    Yet another brilliant month for the central defender! Has improved his average rating which was already top notch. Has helped keep Plymouth in the play-off positions, currently in 6th place. Speculation is surfacing on whether he will remain at the club or not, with several teams interested in his services. His appearance for the U21's was a disaster however, coming on as a sub and then being subbed back off! Ended the game with a 6.4 average rating. This unfortunately hurts his report card.

    Report Card: B+

    Enzo Ferrari

    Quarter 1: 10 App, 4 Ass, 1 MOM, 5 Yel, 1 Red, 7.62 AVR ("1" U21 Appearance)
    Quarter 2: 13 App, 1 Goal, 5 Ass, 5 MOM, 7 Yel, 7.67 AVR ("1" U21 Appearance)

    Simply outstanding performances for this amazing talent! Was in the running for the last award and is definately going to be in the running this time with an even better quarter! His ability to lay on assists adds to his overall performance and makes him a feared right back. This guy deserves a lot more than to have to play for 24th placed Dag & Red and will be relishing the opportunities that are appearing, with no less than 5 teams interested in his services. The next best player to him in his team has a 6.87 average rating... In his single U21 appearance this quarter, he came out as the man of the match with an 8.5 average rating!

    Report Card: A*

    Francesco Rossi

    Quarter 1: 10 App, 1 Ass, 3 MOM, 3 Yel, 7.61 AVR ("1" U21 Appearance)
    Quarter 2: 11 App, 1 MOM, 1 Yel, 7.32 AVR

    Is still doing very well, but has had a major drop in form compared to last quarter. Is part of the struggling Cheltenham side who are currently 17th. Is currently wanted by several clubs and could make the move this January! Did not make any appearances for any San Marino teams. Will need to maintain this form in future and not drop further.

    Report Card: B

    Stefano Luigi

    Quarter 1: 5 App, 1 Goal, 3 MOM, 1 Yel, 1 Red, 7.80 AVR ("3" U21 Appearances)
    Quarter 2: 11 App, 2 Goal, 1 Ass, 6 MOM, 3 Yel, 7.90 AVR ("3" U21 Appearances)

    This guy has been an absolute beast this quarter! He wasn't afforded many chances last time round, but he did what was asked of him and is now reaping the rewards! 6 man of the match awards in 11 appearances is just simply outstanding, making that 9 over 16 games! Despite this, Bristol Rovers are still 23rd place and look like relegation candidates, so Stefano will be happy to know that several teams are looking at him. Has appeared in every game this quarter for the U21's, just like last time. First game he got a 7.9 Avr, then a 7.3 Avr before being subbed in the 75th minute and rounded it off with an unfortunate 6.6 Avr, although it was few and far between for star performers in this match.

    Report Card: A*

    Diego Rossi

    Quarter 1: 10 App, 1 Goal, 4 Ass, 4 MOM, 1 Yel, 7.73 AVR ("2" U21 Appearances)
    Quarter 2: 14 App, 1 Goal, 2 Ass, 3 MOM, 3 Yel, 7.46 AVR ("1" U21 Appearances)

    Rossi was our winner last time round, but unfortunately his performances have dropped a level. He is still one of our star performers, but is now on the same level as several others. Being exempt from this award, he wont mind too much. Macclesfield are currently 16th and Rossi will need to step up a bit more to help the team move nearer mid-table. He came on as a late sub for his only appearance this quarter for the U21's and finished with a 6.9 Avr.

    Report Card: B

    Davide Ginsberg

    Quarter 1: 2(1) App, 1 Goal, 1 Yel, 6.65 AVR ("3" U21 Appearances)
    Quarter 2: 1 App, 1 Yel, 6.53 AVR

    There are no real explanations for why Davide isn't being given more chances, apart from the fact he isn't taking his chances when they come, which are few and far between. Rotherham are currently 11th in the league, but if they played Davide on a regular basis, they could have been doing better. Has made no appearances for any San Marino teams.

    Report Card: F

    Ermenegildo Tomaselli

    Quarter 1: 6 App, 1 Goal, 2 Ass, 1 MOM, 7.42 AVR ("3" U21 Appearances)
    Quarter 2: 7 App, 2 Ass, 1 MOM, 7.49 AVR ("3" U21 Appearances)

    This guy is being limited with his game time, despite being injury free so far and doing extremely well... Is wanted by some small clubs in Italy and one club from the Championship. His current club Port Vale are in 13th place in the league and for me, they definately need all the help they can get from Tomaselli! On the International front, Tomaselli is one of the few who have played in all the U21 games so far and last time round, was known as captain influence! His three games started with a 7.4 Avr, then 6.4 Avr and finally a 7.4 Avr. He hasn't lit the stage this quarter for the U21's, but has still been influential.

    Report Card: B+

    Santa Claus-Mooooorena

    Quarter 1: 5 App, 3 Goal, 1 Ass, 4 MOM, 8.00 AVR ("3" U21 Appearances)
    Quarter 2: 3(3) App, 1 Goal, 2 Ass, 7.46 AVR ("3" U21 Appearances)

    His unbelievable start to the season on limited chances has faded away... He is still being limited to his chances, but hasn't been able to recreate the form that we saw in the first quarter, although he has still done very well. Gillingham are currently 1st place which could be the reason behind his limited chances, so he may be happier with a move this coming month. Has made all 3 appearances again for the U21's! Was subbed off in his first, ending with a 6.9 Avr, subbed again in the second, also with a 6.9 and managed to stay on in the defeat in the third game, ending with a more respectable 7.2!

    Report Card: B

    Category 2...

    Elio Talbottini

    Quarter 1: 2 App, 1 Ass, 7.55 AVR ("1" U21 Appearance)
    Quarter 2: 4(1) App, 2 Ass, 1 MOM, 7.33 AVR ("3" U21 Appearance)

    Has struggled to get into the team, although that could be down to the sports hernia that he suffered, but is still doing well when given his chance. Swindon Town are currently 7th in the league and this could also be a factor in why he isn't being given so many chances. There are currently 3 clubs interested in him, with 2 of them being Premier League sides! Appeared twice as a sub and once starting for the U21's, which a plus side to things, due to the fact he only played one game last quarter. First game he got a 6.7 Avr, second a 6.7 Avr and in his full appearance in the third, he was one of the best players for the team, ending with a 7.9 Avr!

    Report Card: B-

    Stefano Duffinci

    Quarter 1: 6 App, 1 Goal, 3 Ass, 1 MOM, 3 Yel, 1 Red, 7.07 AVR ("3" U21 Appearances)
    Quarter 2: 7(1) App, 2 Goals, 2 Ass, 1 MOM, 1 Yel, 7.18 AVR ("2" U21 Appearances)

    Hasn't been a standout player so far, but has done well enough and he should be pleased with what he's achieved so far. Shrewsbury Town are currently 10th place and should look to give Stefano more chances, or risk losing him! There are no less than 5 clubs interested, including a very well known Spanish team and a strong team from the Premier League! Has played in 2 of the U21 matches this quarter, starting off with a brilliant performance, ending with a 7.9 Avr and then an unfortunate 6.9 Avr in the second.

    Report Card: B-

    Martino Trattare

    Quarter 1: 7(1) App, 1 Yel, 7.03 AVR ("2" U21 Appearances)
    Quarter 2: 10 App, 3 Goals, 2 Ass, 1 Yel, 7.14 AVR ("2" U21 Appearances)

    Will be very happy with 10 full appearances for Burton Albion, who are currently 12th place. A stronger month as well, scoring 3 goals and making 2 assists, compared to zero in each department last quarter. Has also improved his average rating, especially over the past 5 matches! If he is to stay with Burton, I predict even better results next quarter! Made 2 of the U21 appearances this quarter, picking up a 7.5 average rating in the first, before being substituted and a 6.7 average rating in his second match.

    Report Card: B-

    Andy Selva

    Quarter 1: 2 App, 1 Goal, 1 Ass, 1 MOM, 7.85 AVR ("1" U21 Appearance)
    Quarter 2: N/A ("1" U21 Appearance)

    Has been riddled with injuries since his career began and has made no appearances for Bradford this quarter, althought they appear to be coping without him, currently in 4th place in the league. Has made one appearance for the U21's this quarter, but it ended badly with an injury, finishing the game with a 6.7 average rating.

    Report Card: E

    Luc Salva

    Quarter 1: 1(2) App, 6.45 AVR ("2" U21 Appearances)
    Quarter 2: 1(2) App, 1 Ass, 1 Yel, 6.45 AVR ("2" U21 Appearances)

    The only thing thing that could explain Luc's constant omission from the Oxford first team is his poor performances. You could argue that he needs more to make an impact, but he hasn't helped himself so far. Oxford are currently 8th in the table. On the International front, he has made 2 more appearances for the U21's. His first appearance was extremely short, coming on late and being substituted late. His second appearance was so much better, coming on in the 69th minute and scoring a goal!

    Report Card: D-

    Omar Rossi

    Quarter 1: 10(1) App, 5 Goal, 1 Ass, 1 MOM, 1 Yel, 6.86 AVR ("2" U21 Appearances)
    Quarter 2: 10(1) App, 6 Goal, 1 Ass, 1 MOM, 1 Yel, 6.93 AVR

    Much of the same this quarter, but slightly better in his performances, plus an extra goal. Still needs to improve a lot if he is to get close to winning an award. Barnet are currently 2nd in the league and are one of the better teams in the goals department, so it makes you wonder why he's struggling so much. Has improved in his last 5 games a lot though! Hasn't made any appearances for any San Marino team.

    Report Card: B-

    Merko Tomassoni

    Quarter 1: 6(2) App, 4 Goal, 1 Ass, 1 MOM, 1 Yel, 7.19 AVR ("2" San Marino Caps)
    Quarter 2: 2(2) App, 1 Goal, 2 Ass, 7.07 AVR ("3" U21 Appearances)

    A very frustrating time for a striker that hasn't really put a foot wrong for his club. AFC Wimbledon are currently 21st, so they do really need him, but the manager seems reluctant to use him, despite no injuries. On the International stage, he has been demoted to the U21's. In the first match he came on in the 66th minute, but had a miserable game, ending on a 6.6 average rating. In the second game, he was subbed off in the 75th minute, but scored a goal, although his overall performance was average with a 6.9 average rating. In the final game, he got another 6.9 average rating, but didn't do much in front of goal.

    Report Card: B-

    Andrea Di Baggio

    Quarter 1: 6 App, 6 Goal, 2 Ass, 3 MOM, 7.72 AVR ("3" U21 Appearances)
    Quarter 2: 3 App, 2 Goals, 7.49 AVR

    Our second winner from the first quarter came back from injury and carried on scoring goals, with 2 goals in 3 games! He will hope to keep fit now and thankfully this month didn't matter as he was exempt from winning the award. San Marino's future number 9? Crewe are currently 14th and will struggle to keep hold of this guy, although only one club is looking at him at the moment. Made no appearances for the San Marino teams.

    Report Card: B

    Giorgino Rossi

    Quarter 1: 9 App, 1 Ass, 2 Yel, 6.64 AVR ("2" U21 Appearances)
    Quarter 2: 15 App, 6 Goals, 1 MOM, 3 Yel, 1 Red, 6.77 AVR ("1" U21 Appearance)

    Has been given a ton of appearances this quarter and has scored goals, but not enough considering the chances. His overall performances have been slightly better, but again not good enough. Aldershot are currently 18th in the league. Has only made one U21 appearance this quarter, but put in a great performance and scoring a goal, ending the game on a 7.6 average rating!

    Report Card: C-

    Stephon Teroni

    Quarter 1: 8(1) App, 4 Goal, 1 Ass, 1 MOM, 7.01 AVR ("2" U21 Appearances)
    Quarter 2: 14 App, 7 Goals, 2 Ass, 3 MOM, 7.02 AVR ("1" U21 Appearance)

    Has done well so far this season, with just under a goal every 2 games. He will hope to improve on that though to stake a claim for more International action. Hereford are currently 22nd in the league and will also hope for more goals from their forward. He has made one U21 appearance this quarter, but didn't score and ended the game with a 7.2 average rating.

    Report Card: B
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    Love the new format and the prize sounds great! Bring it on!

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    Glad you like it I'm doing some more of the update now.

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    The future transfer idea sounds awesome! I mean u can still choose the standard rewards rather if u want , but sure some ppl will take the risk to get their player to be at better facilities every now and then.

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    Drop in form.... I played one game due to injury! :L

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    Gennaro Baresi

    Quarter 1: 10 App, 6 Yel, 7.09 AVR ("2" U21 Appearances)
    Quarter 2: 11 App, 10 Yel, 7.17 AVR ("1" U21 Appearance)

    This guy has serious anger issues, but you can't fault his performances in any other area! Has performed even better than last quarter and considering Accrington are in 20th place, you have to applaud this guy. Currently noticed as one of the best players in the squad. Has appeared for the U21's for one game this quarter, achieving a 7.40 average rating.
    yes well stop stealing his pasta

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    Quote Originally Posted by stothy View Post
    Drop in form.... I played one game due to injury! :L
    You played 11 games, not 1.

    You've played 21 in total.

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    Love how TM has stopped the update with my player up next, been refreshing it regularly

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    Yay goals for Giorgino Rossi!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jpr View Post
    Love how TM has stopped the update with my player up next, been refreshing it regularly
    Doing some more shortly mate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tactic Master View Post

    Stefano Luigi

    Quarter 1: 5 App, 1 Goal, 3 MOM, 1 Yel, 1 Red, 7.80 AVR ("3" U21 Appearances)
    Quarter 2: 11 App, 2 Goal, 1 Ass, 6 MOM, 3 Yel, 7.90 AVR ("3" U21 Appearances)

    This guy has been an absolute beast this quarter! He wasn't afforded many chances last time round, but he did what was asked of him and is now reaping the rewards! 6 man of the match awards in 11 appearances is just simply outstanding, making that 9 over 16 games! Despite this, Bristol Rovers are still 23rd place and look like relegation candidates, so Stefano will be happy to know that several teams are looking at him. Has appeared in every game this quarter for the U21's, just like last time. First game he got a 7.9 Avr, then a 7.3 Avr before being subbed in the 75th minute and rounded it off with an unfortunate 6.6 Avr, although it was few and far between for star performers in this match.

    Report Card: A*
    I imagine that Bristol Rovers would be in 24th without him haha!

    Amazing quarter from this guy Hopefully he gets a good move in January where he can still play first team football, 6 MOTM is outstanding from left back for a team rooted to the bottom of the table.

    Your move Diego Rossi ;)

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheGreatTraveler View Post
    Still no goals for poor Giorgino Rossi.....
    I haven't done his report yet mate, that's just from the first quarter ;)

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    Gah, stopped right at my player. Looking forward to see the second q results.

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    I have now finished the reports on the Category 1 players! I can reveal that my mind is already made up on the winner of this category, but i'll leave you guessing Thankfully it was much easier than the first quarter!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tactic Master View Post
    I have now finished the reports on the Category 1 players! I can reveal that my mind is already made up on the winner of this category, but i'll leave you guessing Thankfully it was much easier than the first quarter!
    Come on Stefanoooooooooo!

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    Quite clearly Leonardo Lombardo ;)

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    The update is now complete and I will be moving onto the awards update shortly!

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    Player Of The Quarter Awards - "2nd" Quarter

    This has been a very tough quarter for several players, whilst others have relished their opportunities. It would be fair to say that the awards are more open than last quarter and predictions on the winners probably wouldn't be far off. Lets take a look at the candidates!

    Category 1 Candidates...

    Gianluca Carberetta

    Quarter 1: 10 App, 1 Goal, 1 Ass, 2 MOM, 1 Yel, 7.40 AVR ("2" U21 Appearances)
    Quarter 2: 9 App, 1 Ass, 2 MOM, 3 Yel, 7.43 AVR ("1" U21 Appearance)

    Yet another brilliant month for the central defender! Has improved his average rating which was already top notch. Has helped keep Plymouth in the play-off positions, currently in 6th place. Speculation is surfacing on whether he will remain at the club or not, with several teams interested in his services. His appearance for the U21's was a disaster however, coming on as a sub and then being subbed back off! Ended the game with a 6.4 average rating. This unfortunately hurts his report card.

    Report Card: B+

    Enzo Ferrari

    Quarter 1: 10 App, 4 Ass, 1 MOM, 5 Yel, 1 Red, 7.62 AVR ("1" U21 Appearance)
    Quarter 2: 13 App, 1 Goal, 5 Ass, 5 MOM, 7 Yel, 7.67 AVR ("1" U21 Appearance)

    Simply outstanding performances for this amazing talent! Was in the running for the last award and is definately going to be in the running this time with an even better quarter! His ability to lay on assists adds to his overall performance and makes him a feared right back. This guy deserves a lot more than to have to play for 24th placed Dag & Red and will be relishing the opportunities that are appearing, with no less than 5 teams interested in his services. The next best player to him in his team has a 6.87 average rating... In his single U21 appearance this quarter, he came out as the man of the match with an 8.5 average rating!

    Report Card: A*

    Stefano Luigi

    Quarter 1: 5 App, 1 Goal, 3 MOM, 1 Yel, 1 Red, 7.80 AVR ("3" U21 Appearances)
    Quarter 2: 11 App, 2 Goal, 1 Ass, 6 MOM, 3 Yel, 7.90 AVR ("3" U21 Appearances)

    This guy has been an absolute beast this quarter! He wasn't afforded many chances last time round, but he did what was asked of him and is now reaping the rewards! 6 man of the match awards in 11 appearances is just simply outstanding, making that 9 over 16 games! Despite this, Bristol Rovers are still 23rd place and look like relegation candidates, so Stefano will be happy to know that several teams are looking at him. Has appeared in every game this quarter for the U21's, just like last time. First game he got a 7.9 Avr, then a 7.3 Avr before being subbed in the 75th minute and rounded it off with an unfortunate 6.6 Avr, although it was few and far between for star performers in this match.

    Report Card: A*

    Ermenegildo Tomaselli

    Quarter 1: 6 App, 1 Goal, 2 Ass, 1 MOM, 7.42 AVR ("3" U21 Appearances)
    Quarter 2: 7 App, 2 Ass, 1 MOM, 7.49 AVR ("3" U21 Appearances)

    This guy is being limited with his game time, despite being injury free so far and doing extremely well... Is wanted by some small clubs in Italy and one club from the Championship. His current club Port Vale are in 13th place in the league and for me, they definately need all the help they can get from Tomaselli! On the International front, Tomaselli is one of the few who have played in all the U21 games so far and last time round, was known as captain influence! His three games started with a 7.4 Avr, then 6.4 Avr and finally a 7.4 Avr. He hasn't lit the stage this quarter for the U21's, but has still been influential.

    Report Card: B+

    Category 2 Candidates...

    Elio Talbottini

    Quarter 1: 2 App, 1 Ass, 7.55 AVR ("1" U21 Appearance)
    Quarter 2: 4(1) App, 2 Ass, 1 MOM, 7.33 AVR ("3" U21 Appearance)

    Has struggled to get into the team, although that could be down to the sports hernia that he suffered, but is still doing well when given his chance. Swindon Town are currently 7th in the league and this could also be a factor in why he isn't being given so many chances. There are currently 3 clubs interested in him, with 2 of them being Premier League sides! Appeared twice as a sub and once starting for the U21's, which a plus side to things, due to the fact he only played one game last quarter. First game he got a 6.7 Avr, second a 6.7 Avr and in his full appearance in the third, he was one of the best players for the team, ending with a 7.9 Avr!

    Report Card: B-

    Stefano Duffinci

    Quarter 1: 6 App, 1 Goal, 3 Ass, 1 MOM, 3 Yel, 1 Red, 7.07 AVR ("3" U21 Appearances)
    Quarter 2: 7(1) App, 2 Goals, 2 Ass, 1 MOM, 1 Yel, 7.18 AVR ("2" U21 Appearances)

    Hasn't been a standout player so far, but has done well enough and he should be pleased with what he's achieved so far. Shrewsbury Town are currently 10th place and should look to give Stefano more chances, or risk losing him! There are no less than 5 clubs interested, including a very well known Spanish team and a strong team from the Premier League! Has played in 2 of the U21 matches this quarter, starting off with a brilliant performance, ending with a 7.9 Avr and then an unfortunate 6.9 Avr in the second.

    Report Card: B-

    Martino Trattare

    Quarter 1: 7(1) App, 1 Yel, 7.03 AVR ("2" U21 Appearances)
    Quarter 2: 10 App, 3 Goals, 2 Ass, 1 Yel, 7.14 AVR ("2" U21 Appearances)

    Will be very happy with 10 full appearances for Burton Albion, who are currently 12th place. A stronger month as well, scoring 3 goals and making 2 assists, compared to zero in each department last quarter. Has also improved his average rating, especially over the past 5 matches! If he is to stay with Burton, I predict even better results next quarter! Made 2 of the U21 appearances this quarter, picking up a 7.5 average rating in the first, before being substituted and a 6.7 average rating in his second match.

    Report Card: B-

    Stephon Teroni

    Quarter 1: 8(1) App, 4 Goal, 1 Ass, 1 MOM, 7.01 AVR ("2" U21 Appearances)
    Quarter 2: 14 App, 7 Goals, 2 Ass, 3 MOM, 7.02 AVR ("1" U21 Appearance)

    Has done well so far this season, with just under a goal every 2 games. He will hope to improve on that though to stake a claim for more International action. Hereford are currently 22nd in the league and will also hope for more goals from their forward. He has made one U21 appearance this quarter, but didn't score and ended the game with a 7.2 average rating.

    Report Card: B

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    I'm just giving myself a good 10 minutes to decide on the winner for the Category 2 candidates.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tactic Master View Post
    You played 11 games, not 1.

    You've played 21 in total.
    Ahh sorry! Misunderstood the format

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    Quote Originally Posted by stothy View Post
    Ahh sorry! Misunderstood the format
    No problem It wasn't 100% clear, I rather expected people to understand what I was trying to do.

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    Player Of The Quarter Awards - The Winners - "2nd" Quarter

    Category One...

    This is it and the results are in! For Category "One" it was almost straight forward, with only 2 players out of the bunch being considered in the end!

    And the winner for Category One is...
    STEFANO LUIGI!!!


    Enzo Ferrari did ever so well, but he picked up too many yellow cards and his performances overall weren't at the same level, despite being extremely high.

    Category Two...

    Category "Two" was much more difficult to decide, with performances not being as high as expected with some individuals, but the results are in and only one man can win it...

    And the winner for Category Two is... Stephon Teroni


    After a lot of consideration and a bit of a change of heart on the report cards I gave to certain individuals, I decided my original decision to award Stephon Teroni with a B and better than the rest was the correct decision. He made the most appearances and played well in the game that the San Marino U21's lost, whilst many others were to blame for the loss. He also put in 3 man of the match performances and did what a striker is meant to do, put the ball in the net! I think he can only improve from here on in...

    Award Choices...

    1. Add 5 points to CA
    2. Add 5 points to PA
    3. Add 3 attribute points (1 per category, and will be chosen randomly if that stat is already maxed)
    4. Add 15 reputation points (increasing your chances of moving to a big club)
    5. Take 5 CA points from a fellow Sammarinese player
    6. Take 5 PA points from a fellow Sammarinese player
    7. Take 3 attribute points from a fellow Sammarinese player (chosen at random)

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    Great format, loving this. Time for Swindon to give my boy Talbottini the game time he is crying out for!

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    Stefano will take +5 on his PA please TM

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    back from injury and back to scoring goals 3apps 2goals happy days... although rating is slightly less this quarter

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    +5 pa for Stephon Teroni please
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    San Marino Lottery Transfer Window


    2rd January:
    • Manchester United, Liverpool and Bristol City make £85,000 offers to sign Stefano Luigi!
    • Chievo Manager 'Di Carlo' makes comments on Ermenegildo Tomaselli, who he believes is a "fine young player" and he "loves to watch him play". Could this be a sign? Will Tomaselli join Chievo?
    • Burton Albion hold contract talks with Martino Trattare in an attempt to keep the talented youngster at the club. However, Trattare has increased speculation that he will move away, due to rejecting the contract offer.
    3rd January:
    • Ermenegildo Tomaselli has in turn responded to the comments made by 'Di Carlo', the Chievo Manager, by saying "When you hear comments about your future in the game from managers such as 'Di Carlo' you have to take notice". This all but confirms Tomaselli's intentions this January.
    4th January:
    • Ermenegildo Tomaselli has yet again intensified speculation that he will move this January after rejecting contract talks with Port Vale! He has indicated that he has no wish to discuss any contract offers at this moment in time.
    5th January:
    • Huge frustration for 2nd placed Barnet, as Omar Rossi turns down a contract offer to stay at the club for at least the remainder of the season! Rossi stated that he felt he deserved a better basic pay, better rewards for first team appearances and a more generous pay out for his agent. Barnet could yet secure his services, but will need to give in to the demands in order to achieve this.
    • In a shock announcement, Elio Talbottini has joined Bolton Wanderers from Swindon Town! It is believed that Bolton have secured the young star on a free transfer, paying £90,000 in compensation, whilst that fee could rise to as much as £240,000, subject to conditions. The Swindon Town board would like to wish Talbottini good luck. Bolton are currently struggling in the Premier League, far down the table in 16th place!
    6th January:
    • What seems to be a trend for San Marino youngsters, Merko Tomassoni has rejected the opportunity to sign a new contract for AFC Wimbledon. It is believed that he is hoping to move on during the transfer window, whilst leaving the AFC Wimbledon board and chairman furious.
    7th January:
    • Hugely popular Spanish side Malaga have swooped fast to sign Giorgino Rossi on a free transfer! Close friends of Rossi have stated that the young striker is elated at this move to such a well known and top club. It is believed that Malaga have had to pay a compensation package of £65,000 with the possibility of this rising to £170,000 subject to conditions. Malaga are currently 4th in Liga BBVA, just 4 points behind leaders Atletico Madrid!
    8th January:
    • Stefano Luigi, one of San Marino's finest young stars has just announced his move to Bristol City! It has been revealed that he rejected offers from Manchester United, Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur! The Bristol Rovers faithfull have flooded Luigi's twitter page with obscene comments and threats, with the rivalry between both clubs known to be extremely high. On the money front, Bristol City have had to pay £85,000 in compensation, with that fee rising to £230,000 subject to conditions. Bristol City are currently 12th place in the Npower Championship.
    10th January:
    • Central Defender Gianluca Carberetta has transferred from Plymouth Argyle to Wolverhampton Wanderers! Reports are suggesting that Carberetta rejected the opportunity to move to Serie B side Padova, preffering to stay in England and move to the Premier League side. The compensation package is believed to be £70,000 and could rise to £180,000. Wolves are currently doing well in the Premier League, in 9th place.
    • In other news today, speculation is suggesting that Tottenham Hotspur and Liverpool have made contract offers to Enzo Ferrari in an attempt to lure the youngster to the Premier League!
    11th January:
    • Mattino Stoffinni has rejected a contract offer from his club Northampton Town. He believes the contract was nowhere near good enough. This suggest that the young Goalkeeper could possibly be swayed by a better contract offer.
    • Padova are showing major interest in the in form left back Diego Rossi from Macclesfield. Reports suggest that Padova could make an offer over the next few days.
    • Stephon Teroni has just given Hereford a major boost after rejected an offer to move to Seria A side Cesena! He stated that the contract offer was not good enough and would require better basic pay and a more generous fee for his agents services.
    12th January:
    • Italian side Padova have made a £575k offer to Macclesfield for their young left back Diego Rossi. This comes after earlier speculation that Rossi may be forced out of the club. An in form Diego Rossi will now need to decide if any contract offer from Padova is worth going for, especially due to the speculation that Macclesfield may force him out, or if he will hold out for a better move.
    13th January:
    • Ermenegildo Tomaselli has rejected the chance to join high flying Npower Championship side Blackpool, stating the the contract negotiations hadn't gone very well. He went on to say that he didn't feel Blackpool valued him as a footballer and the contract negotiations were a waste of time.
    • Francesco Rossi has just had a medical at Champions League spot challenging side Everton! It is believed that everything has gone to plan and he has 2 year contract for the Evertonians. The deal is believed to have cost Everton £65,000 with the possibility of that rising to £170,000! Everton fans are saying that is the most exciting player since Wayne Rooney and Phil Neville will definately be looking over his shoulder with this signing!
    • Leicester are heavily linked with a transfer for the much talked about Ermenegildo Tomaselli. Nigel Pearson is quoted as saying "I think young Tomaselli will be a star, it's clear for all to see." Tomaselli is currently playing hard to get, but could be pursuaded by a Leicester City offer.
    • Serie A side Siena have swooped for Shrewsbury's right midfielder Stefano Duffinci on a 4 year deal! The youngster will earn £220 per week with a provisional contract signed worth £1,800 per week once he turns 17. Duffinci had played well at Shrewsbury and will hope that will continue at Siena. It is believed that Duffinci will settle in really quickly due to his connection with the Italians, growing up just outside Italy in San Marino. Fans have flooded the Siena forums, speaking of their delight at the capture of the highly promising youngster.
    • Struggling Dagenham and Redbridge have announced the sale of their promising right back Enzo Ferrari to Premier League leaders Tottenham Hotspur! The youngster has described his move as a 'dream come true' and went on to say, "when a club like Tottenham show interest in you and then make a bit, it's a huge compliment for any young player." The deal has apparently cost Spurs around £65,000 and could rise to £180,000!
    15th January:
    • Diego Rossi has sensationally snubbed Serie B side Padova, stating that there wasn't enough money on the table for him and his agent. The Macclesfield fans are delighted by the news and will be hoping that the big clubs stay away, witht he youngster showing amazing potential and ability so far this season.
    17th January
    • Stephon Teroni is on his way to West Bromwich Albion in a £60,000 switch from Hereford! The energetic striker will look to add to the brilliant form of West Bromwich Albion that has seen them sit comfortably in 10th place in the Premier League! The sixteen year old has stated that he hopes to become a fans favourite at the Hawthorns and score plenty of goals. Teroni hasn't been the most clinical of strikers in League 2, but has shown he can find the net with 12 goals in 27 games.
    • Santa Claus-Mooooorena is the most recent of players to reject the chance to make the move, with Leicester City once again the team being rejected! Close friends of Mooooorena have told us that the attacking midfielder is looking for a better contract in terms of basic pay and bonuses. Mooooorena has been fantastic for Gillingham so far this season with 4 goals and 3 assists in 13 games.
    24th January
    • Breaking news coming from Liga BBVA as league strugglers 'Valencia' snap up young striker 'Merko Tomassoni' in a bid to bolster their attacking options. Speculation has suggested that Tomassoni rejected contract offers from both Bolton Wanderers and Wolverhampton Wanderers! Although his professional career has only just begun, he has managed 6 goals and 3 assists in just 14 games. AFC Wimbledon are set to receive £75,000, with the fee set to rise to £200,000 subject to conditions.
    • The much sought after guy with the funny name 'Santa Claus-Mooooorena' has had contract offers Manchester United, Juventus and Liverpool!!! The young attacking midfield wizard has decided that his future lay at none other than Manchester United! In an interview we asked him why he chose Manchester United and he had this to say, "Manchester United is a club with a lot of history and is still successfull today and I want to be a part of that success and help bring the trophies to Manchester. The facilities at Manchester are also among the best in the world and anybody would be lieing if they said they didn't want to play at the Theatre Of Dreams week in, week out." Manchester United have paid a reported £85,000 to sign the player on a free transfer, with that value set to rise to £230,000, which makes him the most expensive Sammarinese player.
    25th January
    • Martino Trattare has just announced he is joining his San Marino U21 team mate 'Merko Tomassoni' after agreeing a 3 year deal with Los Ches! Trattare is said to be exstatic with his move to Valencia and has said he will be looking to provide plenty of assists from the left and also look to score plenty of goals. The sixteen year old has stated he wants to get started with Valencia as soon as possible and cement is place in the side. The fee to bring Trattare to the Mestalla is believed to be around £60,000 with that rising to £160,000 subject to conditions.
    27th January
    • High flying Npower Championship side 'Southampton' have just completed the free transfer of Franco Maldini! The deal includes a compensation package of £85,000 with the possibility of that fee rising to £220,000! The defender has said that he can't wait to test himself on a much bigger stage and is excited about the prospect of playing for Southampton in their bid to reach the Premier League and believes he could have a big future at 'The Saints'.
    28th January
    • More news coming from League 2 as West Bromwich Albion complete the signing of another Sammarinese player 'Leonardo Lombardo'! A spokesperson for West Brom has said that the fans are extremely excited by this signing because of Lombardo's outstanding defensive ability and they hope he can grow and become one of the leading centre backs in the Premier League. Leonardo has said that the main reason for the move was due to the fact that West Brom were doing so well and he wanted to help the maintain that form and hopefully get enough games to make a difference. West Brom have had to pay a compensation package of £80,000 with that rising to £210,000 subject to conditions.
    29th January
    • Ermenegildo Tomaselli has finally signed on the dotted line! He has rejected the chance to move to Liverpool, preffering to move closer to home with a switch to Serie A title challengers 'Juventus'. The Bianconeri have had to pay £80,000 to bring the young Sammarinese midfielder to the club, with that possibly rising to £220,000! Tomaselli's decision to wait untill the end of the transfer window has paid off, telling us that it is a dream come true to move to Juventus and he can't wait to get into the first team and pull on the Jersey!
    The Transfer Window Has Now Shut
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    So Luigi's choices are to stay at Bristol Rovers, move to Bristol City, Liverpool or Manchester United!

    Will be interesting to see how this one pans out

    Is there an award for being the first to join a big club?

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    Interesting time ahead for Ermenegildo. Worried about first team action but we will see when we get there.

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    Finishing the transfer window update now, there will be awards for people who make their first move, with bigger moves bringing in better prizes

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    hmmm no interest for my guy yet... owell

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    Carberetta been playing brilliantly for Plymouth, thought there might have been a big club in for him

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    3 people have made the move already, with 2 of them having 0 interest reports, so anybody could make the move unexpectedly.

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    Wow. Annoyed with my guy for turning down united. Tough hopefully he will play for Bristol City's first team soon

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jpr View Post
    Wow. Annoyed with my guy for turning down united. Tough hopefully he will play for Bristol City's first team soon
    Reports suggest that an armed mob of Bristol Rovers fans have turned up at his house

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    I guess omar has ambitions

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tactic Master View Post
    [*]In a shock announcement, Elio Talbottini has joined Bolton Wanderers from Swindon Town! It is believed that Bolton have secured the young star on a free transfer, paying £90,000 in compensation, whilst that fee could rise to as much as £240,000, subject to conditions. The Swindon Town board would like to wish Talbottini good luck. Bolton are currently struggling in the Premier League, far down the table in 16th place!
    Happy enough with this. My boy wasn't getting a huge number of games at Swindon anyway, so a move to a Premier League team, with better facilities and coaching should help. Hopefully he will get a good run of u18s and reserve games, and perhaps even a beneficial loan move.

    Looking forward to the next batch of updates!

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    Yes, moved to Malaga!!! Time to use the facilities to my advantage.

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    Not too bothered about the lack of interest so far in Lombardo, good things come to those who wait.

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    A few more players have transferred out and we are up to the 15th now Nobody noticed the error in my update, putting June throughout, when it's January

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tactic Master View Post


    San Marino Lottery Transfer Window


    2rd January:
    • Chievo Manager 'Di Carlo' makes comments on Ermenegildo Tomaselli, who he believes is a "fine young player" and he "loves to watch him play". Could this be a sign? Will Tomaselli join Chievo?
    3rd January:
    • Ermenegildo Tomaselli has in turn responded to the comments made by 'Di Carlo', the Chievo Manager, by saying "When you hear comments about your future in the game from managers such as 'Di Carlo' you have to take notice". This all but confirms Tomaselli's intentions this January.
    4th January:
    • Ermenegildo Tomaselli has yet again intensified speculation that he will move this January after rejecting contract talks with Port Vale! He has indicated that he has no wish to discuss any contract offers at this moment in time.
    13th January:
    • Ermenegildo Tomaselli has rejected the chance to join high flying Npower Championship side Blackpool, stating the the contract negotiations hadn't gone very well. He went on to say that he didn't feel Blackpool valued him as a footballer and the contract negotiations were a waste of time.
    • Leicester are heavily linked with a transfer for the much talked about Ermenegildo Tomaselli. Nigel Pearson is quoted as saying "I think young Tomaselli will be a star, it's clear for all to see." Tomaselli is currently playing hard to get, but could be pursuaded by a Leicester City offer.
    Make up your mind already, you remind me of every girlfriend i have ever had

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    Quote Originally Posted by Babaginoosh View Post
    Make up your mind already, you remind me of every girlfriend i have ever had
    Haha, he's keeping you on egde for that massive move

    Talking of massive moves, someone has made the move to one of the most historical clubs in the world, but you will have to wait untill tomorrow to find out who!

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    Everton! Yes I'll take that, would love to play under Moyes, and a CL spot up for grabs too!

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    No interest in Gennaro oh well keep playing first team and ill be happy

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    Siena, very nice!

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    More players have made the move, including two players moving to the same Spanish club and one player making a move to one of the biggest clubs in the world! More to come shortly, although the window is almost closed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tactic Master View Post
    More players have made the move, including two players moving to the same Spanish club and one player making a move to one of the biggest clubs in the world! More to come shortly, although the window is almost closed.
    Leicester City?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tactic Master View Post
    More players have made the move, including two players moving to the same Spanish club and one player making a move to one of the biggest clubs in the world! More to come shortly, although the window is almost closed.
    Ohh, this should be interesting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tactic Master View Post


    San Marino Lottery Transfer Window


    2rd January:
    • Manchester United, Liverpool and Bristol City make £85,000 offers to sign Stefano Luigi!
    • Chievo Manager 'Di Carlo' makes comments on Ermenegildo Tomaselli, who he believes is a "fine young player" and he "loves to watch him play". Could this be a sign? Will Tomaselli join Chievo?
    • Burton Albion hold contract talks with Martino Trattare in an attempt to keep the talented youngster at the club. However, Trattare has increased speculation that he will move away, due to rejecting the contract offer.
    3rd January:
    • Ermenegildo Tomaselli has in turn responded to the comments made by 'Di Carlo', the Chievo Manager, by saying "When you hear comments about your future in the game from managers such as 'Di Carlo' you have to take notice". This all but confirms Tomaselli's intentions this January.
    4th January:
    • Ermenegildo Tomaselli has yet again intensified speculation that he will move this January after rejecting contract talks with Port Vale! He has indicated that he has no wish to discuss any contract offers at this moment in time.
    5th January:
    • Huge frustration for 2nd placed Barnet, as Omar Rossi turns down a contract offer to stay at the club for at least the remainder of the season! Rossi stated that he felt he deserved a better basic pay, better rewards for first team appearances and a more generous pay out for his agent. Barnet could yet secure his services, but will need to give in to the demands in order to achieve this.
    • In a shock announcement, Elio Talbottini has joined Bolton Wanderers from Swindon Town! It is believed that Bolton have secured the young star on a free transfer, paying £90,000 in compensation, whilst that fee could rise to as much as £240,000, subject to conditions. The Swindon Town board would like to wish Talbottini good luck. Bolton are currently struggling in the Premier League, far down the table in 16th place!
    6th January:
    • What seems to be a trend for San Marino youngsters, Merko Tomassoni has rejected the opportunity to sign a new contract for AFC Wimbledon. It is believed that he is hoping to move on during the transfer window, whilst leaving the AFC Wimbledon board and chairman furious.
    7th January:
    • Hugely popular Spanish side Malaga have swooped fast to sign Giorgino Rossi on a free transfer! Close friends of Rossi have stated that the young striker is elated at this move to such a well known and top club. It is believed that Malaga have had to pay a compensation package of £65,000 with the possibility of this rising to £170,000 subject to conditions. Malaga are currently 4th in Liga BBVA, just 4 points behind leaders Atletico Madrid!
    8th January:
    • Stefano Luigi, one of San Marino's finest young stars has just announced his move to Bristol City! It has been revealed that he rejected offers from Manchester United, Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur! The Bristol Rovers faithfull have flooded Luigi's twitter page with obscene comments and threats, with the rivalry between both clubs known to be extremely high. On the money front, Bristol City have had to pay £85,000 in compensation, with that fee rising to £230,000 subject to conditions. Bristol City are currently 12th place in the Npower Championship.
    10th January:
    • Central Defender Gianluca Carberetta has transferred from Plymouth Argyle to Wolverhampton Wanderers! Reports are suggesting that Carberetta rejected the opportunity to move to Serie B side Padova, preffering to stay in England and move to the Premier League side. The compensation package is believed to be £70,000 and could rise to £180,000. Wolves are currently doing well in the Premier League, in 9th place.
    • In other news today, speculation is suggesting that Tottenham Hotspur and Liverpool have made contract offers to Enzo Ferrari in an attempt to lure the youngster to the Premier League!
    11th January:
    • Mattino Stoffinni has rejected a contract offer from his club Northampton Town. He believes the contract was nowhere near good enough. This suggest that the young Goalkeeper could possibly be swayed by a better contract offer.
    • Padova are showing major interest in the in form left back Diego Rossi from Macclesfield. Reports suggest that Padova could make an offer over the next few days.
    • Stephon Teroni has just given Hereford a major boost after rejected an offer to move to Seria A side Cesena! He stated that the contract offer was not good enough and would require better basic pay and a more generous fee for his agents services.
    12th January:
    • Italian side Padova have made a £575k offer to Macclesfield for their young left back Diego Rossi. This comes after earlier speculation that Rossi may be forced out of the club. An in form Diego Rossi will now need to decide if any contract offer from Padova is worth going for, especially due to the speculation that Macclesfield may force him out, or if he will hold out for a better move.
    13th January:
    • Ermenegildo Tomaselli has rejected the chance to join high flying Npower Championship side Blackpool, stating the the contract negotiations hadn't gone very well. He went on to say that he didn't feel Blackpool valued him as a footballer and the contract negotiations were a waste of time.
    • Francesco Rossi has just had a medical at Champions League spot challenging side Everton! It is believed that everything has gone to plan and he has 2 year contract for the Evertonians. The deal is believed to have cost Everton £65,000 with the possibility of that rising to £170,000! Everton fans are saying that is the most exciting player since Wayne Rooney and Phil Neville will definately be looking over his shoulder with this signing!
    • Leicester are heavily linked with a transfer for the much talked about Ermenegildo Tomaselli. Nigel Pearson is quoted as saying "I think young Tomaselli will be a star, it's clear for all to see." Tomaselli is currently playing hard to get, but could be pursuaded by a Leicester City offer.
    • Serie A side Siena have swooped for Shrewsbury's right midfielder Stefano Duffinci on a 4 year deal! The youngster will earn £220 per week with a provisional contract signed worth £1,800 per week once he turns 17. Duffinci had played well at Shrewsbury and will hope that will continue at Siena. It is believed that Duffinci will settle in really quickly due to his connection with the Italians, growing up just outside Italy in San Marino. Fans have flooded the Siena forums, speaking of their delight at the capture of the highly promising youngster.
    • Struggling Dagenham and Redbridge have announced the sale of their promising right back Enzo Ferrari to Premier League leaders Tottenham Hotspur! The youngster has described his move as a 'dream come true' and went on to say, "when a club like Tottenham show interest in you and then make a bit, it's a huge compliment for any young player." The deal has apparently cost Spurs around £65,000 and could rise to £180,000!
    15th January:
    • Diego Rossi has sensationally snubbed Serie B side Padova, stating that there wasn't enough money on the table for him and his agent. The Macclesfield fans are delighted by the news and will be hoping that the big clubs stay away, witht he youngster showing amazing potential and ability so far this season.
    17th January
    • Stephon Teroni is on his way to West Bromwich Albion in a £60,000 switch from Hereford! The energetic striker will look to add to the brilliant form of West Bromwich Albion that has seen them sit comfortably in 10th place in the Premier League! The sixteen year old has stated that he hopes to become a fans favourite at the Hawthorns and score plenty of goals. Teroni hasn't been the most clinical of strikers in League 2, but has shown he can find the net with 12 goals in 27 games.
    • Santa Claus-Mooooorena is the most recent of players to reject the chance to make the move, with Leicester City once again the team being rejected! Close friends of Mooooorena have told us that the attacking midfielder is looking for a better contract in terms of basic pay and bonuses. Mooooorena has been fantastic for Gillingham so far this season with 4 goals and 3 assists in 13 games.
    24th January
    • Breaking news coming from Liga BBVA as league strugglers 'Valencia' snap up young striker 'Merko Tomassoni' in a bid to bolster their attacking options. Speculation has suggested that Tomassoni rejected contract offers from both Bolton Wanderers and Wolverhampton Wanderers! Although his professional career has only just begun, he has managed 6 goals and 3 assists in just 14 games. AFC Wimbledon are set to receive £75,000, with the fee set to rise to £200,000 subject to conditions.
    • The much sought after guy with the funny name 'Santa Claus-Mooooorena' has had contract offers Manchester United, Juventus and Liverpool!!! The young attacking midfield wizard has decided that his future lay at none other than Manchester United! In an interview we asked him why he chose Manchester United and he had this to say, "Manchester United is a club with a lot of history and is still successfull today and I want to be a part of that success and help bring the trophies to Manchester. The facilities at Manchester are also among the best in the world and anybody would be lieing if they said they didn't want to play at the Theatre Of Dreams week in, week out." Manchester United have paid a reported £85,000 to sign the player on a free transfer, with that value set to rise to £230,000, which makes him the most expensive Sammarinese player.
    25th January
    • Martino Trattare has just announced he is joining his San Marino U21 team mate 'Merko Tomassoni' after agreeing a 3 year deal with Los Ches! Trattare is said to be exstatic with his move to Valencia and has said he will be looking to provide plenty of assists from the left and also look to score plenty of goals. The sixteen year old has stated he wants to get started with Valencia as soon as possible and cement is place in the side. The fee to bring Trattare to the Mestalla is believed to be around £60,000 with that rising to £160,000 subject to conditions.
    27th January
    • High flying Npower Championship side 'Southampton' have just completed the free transfer of Franco Maldini! The deal includes a compensation package of £85,000 with the possibility of that fee rising to £220,000! The defender has said that he can't wait to test himself on a much bigger stage and is excited about the prospect of playing for Southampton in their bid to reach the Premier League and believes he could have a big future at 'The Saints'.
    28th January
    • More news coming from League 2 as West Bromwich Albion complete the signing of another Sammarinese player 'Leonardo Lombardo'! A spokesperson for West Brom has said that the fans are extremely excited by this signing because of Lombardo's outstanding defensive ability and they hope he can grow and become one of the leading centre backs in the Premier League. Leonardo has said that the main reason for the move was due to the fact that West Brom were doing so well and he wanted to help the maintain that form and hopefully get enough games to make a difference. West Brom have had to pay a compensation package of £80,000 with that rising to £210,000 subject to conditions.
    29th January
    • Ermenegildo Tomaselli has finally signed on the dotted line! He has rejected the chance to move to Liverpool, preffering to move closer to home with a switch to Serie A title challengers 'Juventus'. The Bianconeri have had to pay £80,000 to bring the young Sammarinese midfielder to the club, with that possibly rising to £220,000! Tomaselli's decision to wait untill the end of the transfer window has paid off, telling us that it is a dream come true to move to Juventus and he can't wait to get into the first team and pull on the Jersey!
    The Transfer Window Has Now Shut
    I will shortly be posting up the rewards for each person who gained a transfer during the transfer window and these rewards will be based on what club you have joined, with those people who joined bigger clubs getting bigger rewards.

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    Serie A, your butt is mine. Great move Tomaselli, your stubborn approach has paid off

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    Happy with a move to Southampton. A club with a reputation of bringing youngsters through.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tactic Master View Post
    those people who joined bigger clubs getting bigger rewards.
    Turning down Manchester United and Liverpool for Bristol City...

    A little annoyed with Stefano now

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jpr View Post
    Turning down Manchester United and Liverpool for Bristol City...

    A little annoyed with Stefano now
    You have the prospect of more game time though ;)

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    Man Utd eh - let's have a nice season long loan to a Championship club now to get some game time under the belt.

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    Valencia, interesting move. Not sure how much game time Martino will end up getting there.

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    January Transfer Window Awards

    Hello and welcome to the 'January Transfer Window Awards'. These awards are given to the players that made the move in January. The awards given will be determined by the current club position, media prediction and club reputation!

    Elio Talbottini - Bolton Wanderers - +2 CA & 1 attribute point added to any of the following: Crossing, Dribbling, Decisions, Stamina & Strength

    Giorgino Rossi - Malaga - +2 CA, +2 PA & 2 attribute points added to any of the following: First Touch, Long Shots, Passing, Off The Ball, Agility

    Stefano Luigi - Bristol City - +1 CA

    Gianluca Carberetta - Wolves - +2 CA, +1 PA & 1 attribute point added to any of the following: Marking, Composure, Determination, Positioning, Jumping

    Francesco Rossi - Everton - +2 CA, +2 PA & 1 attribute point added to any of the following: First Touch, Tackling, Work Rate, Pace, Stamina

    Stefano Duffinci - Siena - +2 CA & 1 attribute point added to any of the following: Finishing, Heading, Passing, Creativity, Decisions

    Enzo Ferrari - Tottenham - +3 CA, +3 PA & 2 attribute points added to any stat/stats

    Stephon Teroni - West Brom - +2 CA, +1 PA & 1 attribute point added to any of the following: Passing, Technique, Concentration, Flair, Acceleration

    Merko Tomassoni - Valencia - +2 CA, +2 PA & 1 attribute point added to any of the following: Finishing, Technique, Influence, Teamwork, Pace

    Santa Claus-Mooooorena - Manchester United - +4 CA, +3 PA & 2 attribute points added to any stat/stats

    Martino Trattare - Valencia - +2 CA, +2 PA & 1 attribute point added to any of the following: Crossing, Anticipation, Creativity, Off The Ball, Agility

    Franco Maldini - Southampton - +1 CA

    Leonardo Lombardo - West Brom - +2 CA, +1 PA & 1 attribute point added to any of the following: Dribbling, Marking, Decisions, Jumping, Strength

    Ermenegildo Tomaselli - Juventus - +3 CA, +3 PA & 2 attribute points added to any stat/stats
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    Francesco Rossi Tackling please!

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    It is now up to you to look at your award and if you have the choice of picking stats, then you need to either post or PM. Anyone who doesn't retrieve their award before the next update will lose it.

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    Luc Salva needs to start performing.... also wanna get points for a transfer!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tactic Master View Post


    January Transfer Window Awards

    Hello and welcome to the 'January Transfer Window Awards'. These awards are given to the players that made the move in January. The awards given will be determined by the current club position, media prediction and club reputation!


    Ermenegildo Tomaselli - Juventus - +3 CA, +3 PA & 2 attribute points added to any stat/stats
    Are hidden stats included?

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