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Entente Jeunesse de Fatick

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Entente Jeunesse de Fatick are a club from the small town of Fatick in the inland of Senegal. Fatick has just under 25k inhabitants and is between the larger towns of M'bour and Kaolack. There is virtually no information on the club, with their achievements all happening in-game. They have spent most of their time in Ligue 2 before finishing runners-up last season and making a debut appearance in the top flight. They are in the relegation zone but their manager attracted the interest of fellow top division side Niary-Tally, leaving the relegation-bound team looking for a new manager.

They play their games at the Stade Massène Sène, which is a small stadium with one stand an an olympics track around it.

Fatick: Construction d'infrastructure sportive : Diakhao sera bientôt dotée  d'un stade municipal - Autres sports

Assistant XI

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On the face of it they look to have a balanced squad, but it is probably weak considering how poorly they are doing.

Top Rated Players

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Mame actually looks better than anything I had at Guédiawaye, good finishing and physicals.

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Decent and experienced goalie.

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Not great for the clubs 3rd best player that fits our formation. The best players are all wingers but I am stubborn and will continue playing 4-1-2-1-2.

Finances

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Not great like most of Senegalese clubs, but at wage budget next season will be at same level as what we had in the previous club.

Initial Fixtures

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They are coming off a run of 5 games with no wins and are 6 points off safety with 6 games to go. Safe to say we are planning for life in Ligue 2 next season.

 

 

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11 hours ago, Number seven said:

Tough luck, but you will bounce back.

Thanks! I don’t think I ever had such an awful run in FM22, but in a weird way it makes for a more fun challenge than just easily overachieving at every club. Senegal will be a tough nut to crack but definitely enjoyable.

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April 2034

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A good start at EJ Fatick, we went ahead against CNEPS Excellence and only lost the game in the last 5 minutes. Against Niary-Tally a great second half comeback was spurred on by central defender Kaba Thiaré of all people. He pounced on two free kick rebounds and then finished his hattrick from the penalty spot.

Next Fixtures

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A tough month ahead of us, the home game against AS Pikine is our only hope for points.

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2 hours ago, deltablue said:

Hopefully you can turn things around at your new club.

Thanks, we’ll need a season of rebuilding in the second tier, but that might be a good thing.

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May/June 2034

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Seeing as we only had one game in June and relegation was sealed with two to go I decided to extend the update to end of season. As predicted we had tough fixtures in May and did well to keep the first two games close and hold out for a draw on the last one. It was even better to beat my former club at their place ensure they kept their winless run since I left. In the end a decent end of season, with us almost doubling the points we had in the last 6 games.

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2033/34 Season Review

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Kojo had the questionable honor of managing by far the two worst teams in Ligue 1 this season :rolleyes:

Squad by Appearances

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Not much to note here, I expect there to be quite a high turnover in the off-season.

Top Performers

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HIs scoring was probably limited by the poor quality of the squad, am hoping he can fire us back to Ligue 1 next season.

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Good player, just unfortunate to have a poor back 4 in front of him. I have signed a much better young GK though, so he probably wont be with us next season.

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One of the better players in midfield, will be staying on for next season.

Finances

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As bad as Guédiawaye, at least we will still have a decent budget in Ligue 2.

Progress

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A season to forget for Kojo, the rebuild in the second tier begins...

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2033/34 West African Review

CAF Champions League

Amazing West African participation in the Group Stage, with a record 8 teams making it. And 5 of them made it to the quarters, with the Ghanaian duo Asante Kotoko and WAFA SC dominating a strong group, Djoliba topping Group B, where CF Rahimo missed out despite finishing ahead of Al Ahly. In Group C Hearts of Oak continued the recent Ghanaian success, but Enyimba Aba and CI Kamsar miss out. Finally in Group D Kano Pillars manage to squeeze ahead of Orland Pirates.

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Mixed performances in the Quarter Finals as only 2 of the 5 progress to the Last 4, with Kano Pillars going down to Sundowns and Hearts of Oak suffering penalty heartache against ES Tunis. ES Tunis also knocked out Djoliba in the Semi Final, but in the final Asante Kotoko were too strong for them and clinched back to back titles and 4th overall.

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CAF Confederation Cup

Not a strong year in the Confederation Cup in comparison as 4 teams make the Group Stage, with only the Malian pair of Réal Bamako and USFAS making it to the quarters, with Berekum Chelsea and Horoya AC knocked out.

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USFAS did really well to get to this stage but were no match for Pyramids in the Quarter Final. Réal Bamako did well to knock out Amazulu but were no match to eventual winners Wydad Casablanca, who beat Club Africain in the final to claim their 3rd Confederations Cup.

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West African League Rankings

The Ghanaian league keeps rising in the rankings and is now 7th in Africa, with Mali becoming the second 2-star rated league in West Africa. In terms of movements between the leagues there was not too much, with Nigeria entering the top 3 and Ivory Coast surprisingly plummeting below Niger, Senegal and Benin.

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League Champions

No new champions for a second year in a row, although AS Bakaridjan in Mali, GD São Lourenço in Cape Verde and Bo Rangers in Sierra Leone came close. The teams to extend league records were Stade Malien, Horoya AC, ASKO and ASEC Mimosas.

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Former Champions

Just like my Brazil State save, I will only track the clubs were I won the required title.

MC Breweries: Finished 4th again behind Mighty Barolle and were not able to defend their LFA Cup title, embarrassingly losing in the First Round. In the Confederations Cup they were knocked out in the Preliminary Round by Tusker FC of Kenya.

Kamboi Eagles: 3rd year in a row they finish in 8th...

Nô Pintcha da Brava: Won the Liga Brava and were then knocked out in the Group Stage of the Cape Verdean Competition again. They won the Brava Cup this year and amazingly followed that up with a Cape Verde National Cup win, the first in their history!

AFC Nhacra: Fought until the end with Cavalos Brancos de Cuntum, but ultimately fell short and were runners-up in the league. Had another impressive performance in the cup, winning it for the 4th time in their history.

Ayéma FC: So close to a second title, only losing out to Buffles FC due to their head to head record against them...

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2034/35 Season Preview

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We are predicted to go straight back up, with Guédiawaye the big favorites to win Ligue 2. They have 6 players in the Media XI so their favorite tag is understandable, whilst we have just on player there.

Transfers

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As predicted a lot of movement, as we get rid of players that are either not good enough or dont fit the system. The only major losses are Kaba Thiaré at CB and his partner Souleymane Diémé, who has not left but is close to. This will leave us exposed and weak at the back. The transfer window is far from over, but here are the players signed for the first team.

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Really good for this level, glad I managed to get hold off him.

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Brings experience down the right side.

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A decent replacement at the back.

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Decent Ghambian left back, really like his physicals.

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This proves we are weaker than my previous club, Keita was merely a back-up player at Guédiawaye but is a starting DLP for us.

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Naturally a winger, but hopefully does a good job as Mezzala for us.

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Good experienced AP.

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We were short at DLF and hopefully this guy is able to cover.

Best XI

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I feel like we made some good effective signings that will give us more strength and depth.

Initial Fixtures

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Not the easiest start in the league, but lets see if we can confirm our favorites tag.

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I rarely write, but I love to read about Africa saves. In FM19 I currently have an ASEC Mimosas save and a "I want to win every league in Africa" save going. Just started on the latter and hoping to win first league trophy with Al-Merreikh Omdurman in Sudan already in the first season. Already curious to see where I end up next, will just apply for clubs in any country I haven't been in.

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November 2034

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Great start in what could have been two tricky fixtures and we lead Ligue 2 early on.

Transfers

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Diémé leaves for decent money and immediately a bunch of players are unhappy...just cant please people at the moment :rolleyes:

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Coly was someone I had taken on trial previously but decided to sign as we were well covered at the back. With Diémé gone it made sense to bring him in, still not sure if he will be a regular starter but he does give us a bit of depth in the position.

Next Fixtures

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We have a busy start to December before it eases at the end of the month, aim is to keep the good start going!

 

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3 hours ago, KristianT said:

I rarely write, but I love to read about Africa saves. In FM19 I currently have an ASEC Mimosas save and a "I want to win every league in Africa" save going. Just started on the latter and hoping to win first league trophy with Al-Merreikh Omdurman in Sudan already in the first season. Already curious to see where I end up next, will just apply for clubs in any country I haven't been in.

Glad you are enjoying the read! Sounds like you are having a fun save in Africa yourself!

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December 2034

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It is nice to be back to winning most games. As the month was quite busy we did suffer a bit with the draw against US Gorée and just squeezed by Port Autonome, but once we had some time to rest in between games we were unplayable. ASCE Linguère have been keeping pace with us and US Gorée and Guédiawaye have strong squads despite the slow start, so should be a good battle for promotion.

Transfers

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Picked up Mame from former club Guédiawaye, he is versatile and better than Keita at DLP so made a move. The transfer window is open until 15th of January, but I am happy with the squad right now so will only make a move for players that will clearly improve the first team. We do have around $5k left of transfer budget so are comfortable.

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Cleared out a young right back that was never going to make it and Senghor, who was probably the best player at the club but a winger, so was never going to be played. This did upset some players (yet again), so lets see how that evolves.

Next Fixtures

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Some tough games before we head to the mid-season break.

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On 28/07/2022 at 14:10, corinthiano said:

Glad you are enjoying the read! Sounds like you are having a fun save in Africa yourself!

Sure do. Ended up in Somalia and now in Senegal.

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January 2035

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Excellent wins against Guédiawaye and ASCE Linguère this month. The only blip was the draw at Stade de Mbour, where we did not play well and the result was fair. This meant ASCE Linguère closed the gap a little to us again, but there is some distance to US Gorée now. Looking comfortable at the halfway stage, now need to make sure we keep this up.

Next Fixtures

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Some very winnable games after the mid-season break.

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February 2035

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100% record, although we were not great in the last two games, especially against ASC Jaraaf where we won with virtually the last kick of the game. I have to say that with 11 games going we would have to implode to miss out on promotion from here.

Next Fixtures

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Just the three league games this month again and we get a kind draw to get us started in the League Cup.

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17 hours ago, corinthiano said:

Nice! Who in Senegal are you managing?

ASC Diaraf. My rule for the game is to win all the domestic leagues so if I win I resign the day after and go on. Both Diambars and Generation Foot, my supposedly greatest rivals for the title, have made a cockup of everything and it seems I will only spend one year in Senegal.

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March 2035

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We are cruising in the league despite our first loss of the season. We have a game coming up in the Coupe de Senegal against first tier Casa Sports that I want to give a real go and unfortunately the second XI was not good enough on the day against Port Autonome. In the League Cup we also progressed well, including beating Ligue 1 strugglers Teungueth FC to make it to the Quarter Finals.

Next Fixtures

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Some interesting cup action this month as we host Ligue 1 sides in the Coupe de Senegal and League Cup. In the league, three games against struggling sides should be straightforward.

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1 hour ago, KristianT said:

ASC Diaraf. My rule for the game is to win all the domestic leagues so if I win I resign the day after and go on. Both Diambars and Generation Foot, my supposedly greatest rivals for the title, have made a cockup of everything and it seems I will only spend one year in Senegal.

Nice! They are having a real tough time in my save, went down a couple of seasons ago and have been mid-table at best in Ligue 2.

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4 hours ago, corinthiano said:

Nice! They are having a real tough time in my save, went down a couple of seasons ago and have been mid-table at best in Ligue 2.

I won it and I am now off to Ethiopia and Saint George. Anyway, will not hijack your thread. Will keep following your updates :)

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April 2035

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Great month as we seal promotion whilst having some decent cup results. We managed to get past two Ligue 1 sides in the Coupe de Sénégal to reach the last 16, the win against US Ouakam was particularly special as I had not beaten them at all yet. In the League cup we were not good enough for Diambars FC, despite going ahead in the game they turned it around and deserved the win. In the league a rotated squad carried us over the line and will ensure we have Ligue 1 football next season.

Transfers

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Cleared out the squad by selling some fringe players. Did not want let Diédhiou go, but he had a relegation clause which AS Douanes met. No incoming transfer as I was very happy with the squad.

Next Fixtures

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We just need one more point to clinch the Ligue 2 title and I am pretty sure it is coming soon. We do have a Last 16 game in the Coupe de Sénégal first against Diambars FC, but I dont hold much hope seeing as we lost against them at home.

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May/June 2035

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We won Ligue 2 by drawing against Guédiawaye and finished the season disappointingly after that, barely limping over the finish line. We were still comfortably promoted but I would have like to have carried some good form into the off season.

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2034/35 Season Review

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A very good season despite the poor ending, comfortably winning the second tier and being promoted back to the top tier, with some decent cup performances, knocking out top tier sides on the way.

Squad by Appearances

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Probably one of the smallest squads I managed, with a core team holding the squad together.

Top Performers

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Top scorer and one of the key players.

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Developed so much this season and has become a really solid player.

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A very solid DLF, shame he is leaving to the third tier shortly.

Finances

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Definitely not good and bleeding lots of money, hopefully Ligue 1 can help a little.

Progress

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Back in the top tier, lets just hope we stay there next season.

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2034/35 West African Review

CAF Champions League

Not as many teams as last season but 6 West Africans is very good and kudos to Ghana for having three sides in the group stage, all three progressing to the Quarter Finals as well. The Ghanaians and Kano Pillars all went through but Horoya AC and CF Rahimo were knocked out at this stage.

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A West Africa dominated Quarter Final stage saw 3 out pf the 4 Semi Finalists from the region. Asante Kotoko were not good enough to make it three CL's in a row but Hearts of Oak comfortably saw off Kano Pillars in the Semi Final before beating ES Tunis to win their second ever Champions League and first since 2000. It is now 3 years in a row for Ghanaian teams!

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CAF Confederations Cup

5 clubs make it this far, with Senegal getting a representative for the first time in a while as Diambars FC not only make it to this Stage but go through to the Quarter Finals, along with ASEC Mimosas.

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An all-West African Quarter Final sees ASEC Mimosas beat Diambars FC. The Ivorians then comfortably see out FAR Rabat but are unlucky to lose the final to giants Al-Ahly.

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West African League Rankings

Ghana remains the top division in the region but Mali sees an improvement and is now the second two-star league in the region. The Burkinabe and Ivorian league move up significantly whilst The Ghambia and Niger drop, both next two leagues for Kojo are now below Senegal which at least means getting a good job would be easier, in theory.

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League Champions

Another year with no new champions in West Africa. Asante Kotoko and Horoya AC make it 30 and Enyimba Aya and ASEC Mimosas extend their record of league wins. Kallon have now reached 11 titles and are joint record holders with East End Lions in Sierra Leone.

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Former Champions

MC Breweries: The decline is ongoing with a mid-table finish at 6th and a first round LFA Cup exit.

Kamboi Eagles: Huge drop in performance this year as they were in a relegation battle, but managed to finish in 13th, 4 points above the drop zone.

Nô Pintcha da Brava: Yet again won the Liga Brava but failed to make it out the group in the Cape Verdean Competition, although this time it was only by a point. The did not manage do retain the Brava Cup, but were Super Cup champions this year as a result of winning the Cape Verde Cup last season.

AFC Nhacra: Another solid performance in the league, finishing 3rd. Did win the Super Cup but underperformed in the Cup, getting knocked out in the Second Round.

Ayéma FC: Still battling at the top and did well to finish 3rd, 4 points behind champions ASPAC

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2035/36 Season Preview

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Predicted 12th at first, but that has moved to 9th after the signings we made. I would very happily take 9th.

Transfers

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The squad had gotten quite thin over the course of Ligue 2 as I let fringe players go. We beefed it up again but think we can still move a couple of players on to get as better balance. Lots of new first team players though as we step up to the top tier.

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Amazingly this guy spent a season without football and we gladly snapped him up, will be our starting BPD.

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Another free transfer we could not pass up on, so we will have a brand new central defence pairing.

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Our regular LB got a nasty injury that will see him miss the entire season. Luckily I found Coly who is at his level. Had to pay him a high wage to detract other interest but I think it will be worth it.

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Fringe player at Génération Foot, star DLP for us.

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Was struggling to find a decent BBM and whilst it is not Opara's best position, he is coming in on a loan with no wage contribution so cant really lose there.

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Originally signed as a DLF, but we didnt find a decent AP and he will also do an excellent job there.

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Young striker with bags of potential, will play as DLF if Wade keeps playing at AP.

Best XI

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Other than the front trio we are pretty aligned on the first XI. Ideally I would like to find a good AP and RB, but happy enough with the squad as it is.

Initial Fixtures

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December is going to be busy, eager to see where we are as there is a good balance of winnable and tough fixtures.

 

 

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November/December 2035

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I could not have imagined a better start than this, after a couple of rusty initial performances we sweeped four teams aside. Génération Foot then gave us a reminder we are not at their level yet, before we rescued a great point at AS Douanes. At the risk of jinxing it I think we will be safe from relegation this season.

Milestones

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Transfers

Out

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We keep trimming the squad, I dont expect us to bring many players in before the transfer window shuts.

Next Fixtures

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Just three games before the mid-season break, hopefully we keep up the good form.

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