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  1. Season 2026/27 Review Took over on April 1st (does that make me the fool?) with 8 games to save Red Bull from relegation, 2 days after I took over we faced Mainz away from home and lost 4-0 which made me question if I made the right move. Next up was my first home game against fellow strugglers Hannover. A 0-0 draw followed, we then faced HSV and the good news is we broke our drought with 2 goals, trouble was we once again let in 4, so 1 point from 3 games and we were 7 points from safety. We started to find some form with our first win over another team right down there with us in Stuttgart to close the gap, followed that up with 2 more wins to get within a point of safety with 2 to go. Of course we then lost to Gladbach but no one around us won so it meant a win in out last game away to Augsburg, who were one of the 4 teams we were less than 2 points ahead of us, would at at the very least most us out of the relegation and into the relegation playoff games. Against Augsburg we finally seemed to click as we were 4-0 up by HT, a couple quick goals after the break had me worried but we grabbed a 5th and saw the game out. The win moved us from 17th to 14th and kept us up, it was the first time we'd been out of the relegation zone for ages. When I took over we were still in the cup, in the quarter final we beat Mainz 3-1 before going down 1-0 to Hertha in the semi finals. Main men were our wonderkid Artur Lipka, on loan playmaker Ernesto Sanz and striker Fabien Reese but the side needs quite an overhaul, thankfully we're rich and I have £55m transfer budget so time for some work. AI recruitment has been poor (obviously) with quite a few players 30 or over, so my plan is to revert to current policy and recruit players 23 and under. Career Progress Club Year Club Country League position Achievements 2016/17 Mthatha Bucks South Africa 3rd Promotion 2017/18 Mthatha Bucks South Africa 7th 2018/19 Orlando Pirates South Africa 2nd Took over in November. Telkon & Nedbank Cup wins 2019/20 Orlando Pirates South Afirca 1st League, MTN8, Telkom winners 2020 Orlando Pirates South Africa 1st MTN8 & Champs league win. Left in November 2020/21 Melbourne Victory Australia 6th Tool over in March, A League Finals winner 2021/22 Melbourne Victory Australia 9th FFA Cup & Asian Champions League win. Left In December 2021 2022 New York City USA 4th 2023 New York City USA 9th 2025 New York Red Bulls USA 7th MLS Cup Winners 2026 New York Red Bulls USA 2nd NACL winners, US Open Winners 2026/27 RB Leipzig Germany 14th Took over in April Inernational Year Country Ranking Achievements 2023 USA 37th 2024 USA 22nd 2025 USA 21st Gold Cup winners Challenge Progress Club 3/10 Top Domestic Leagues – South Africa 2020 (Orlando Pirates), Australia 2021 (Melbourne Victory), USA 2025 (New York Red Bulls) 3/10 Domestic Cups - South Africa 2019 (Orlando Pirates), Australia 2021 (Melbourne Victory), USA 2026 (New York Red Bulls) 3/5 Club continental Cups – Africa 2020 (Orlando Pirates) , Australia 2021 (Melbourne Victory), North America 2026 (New York Red Bulls) 0/1 Club World Championships International 1/5 Continental tournaments – Gold Cup 2025 (USA) 0/2 World Tournaments
  2. New job as I finally make the move to Europe swapping one Red Bull side for another. Have 8 games to save them.
  3. Cheers, have been thinking about 18 for a few days now and current thinking is to continue this save for now, with the laptop issues I had over the summer making me restart I feel like I've put a fair amount of effort in already and want to see how far I can go. Speaking of, yeah have quit the US now, got all my coaching badges and reputation is at 75%, just had an interview with Sporting in Portugal but they went elsewhere. Not bothered where I go now, either Europe or South America, just want it to be an interesting club.
  4. 2026 Season Report Winning the league so quickly last season gave me the chance for a short spell here, my contract was up at end of 2026 so if I could win the champions league and US Open cup then I'd be done here and with North America. First up were the transfers, usual ones but thanks to the retirement of one of my Designated Players it opened a spot that I was able to fill with the 1m signing of 31 year old Italian Domenico Berardi from Real Madrid. With the signing secured we went into the NACL Quarter Finals against defending champions America (MEX) we lost the away leg 1-0 in a fairly even game, the return leg was a 6 goal thriller with 5 coming in the 2nd half! We took the lead in injury time of the first half to level things up, 7 mins after the break a penalty made it 1-1, 7 mins later and we retook the lead but that still left them leading on away goals, 3 mins later and it was 2-2. Meant we had around 30 mins to get 2 goals, well it only took us 6 as Berardi made it 3-2 and 30 seconds later we grabbed a 4th and that was that, we were through to the semi finals. Here we faced fellow MLS side Atlanta United, once again we would play the first leg away from home, we managed a 2-2 draw before a nervy 3-2 win in the home leg put us in the final against Mexican side Pachuca. We were home in the first leg where goals from Berardi and Anderson gave us a narrow 2-1 win. The away leg was rollercoaster as we took an early lead which they pegged back, we went ahead again only to throw is away straight from the kick off. They scored a 3rd minutes later to give them a 3-2 lead at the break with us leading on away goals. A goal apiece in the 2nd half meant we lost the game 4-3 but won the competition on away goals! Our other target was the US Open, we had a comfortable but nervy run to the final where it took extra time to beat Real Salt Lake 4-2. The league was just something to get through this season, we started brilliantly and were dominating till the NACL final, after winning that we drew the next 5 games and we never really found that early season form again as due to cup runs we were playing catch up at times and thanks to the MLS ignoring international football we also had a few games where we were missing up to 9 players that were on international duty. Despite this we still won the Eastern Conference but finished 2nd overall to LA Galaxy. We then beat Columbus 5-2 over 2 legs in the Eastern Semi but lost 2-0 to DC United in the final so no back to back titles for us. Due to the NACL win we got a shot at the Club World Cup, the quarter final was a comfortable 3-0 win over El Tunis, in the semi we faced Cruzeiro from Brazil, a 1-1 draw saw it go to penalties where our keeper was the hero as we won 2-0. In the Final PSG were far too strong and were 4-0 up after 15 mins. Thankfully no more goals but I now leave New York as the 2nd best side in the world! Career Progress Club Year Club Country League position Achievements 2016/17 Mthatha Bucks South Africa 3rd Promotion 2017/18 Mthatha Bucks South Africa 7th 2018/19 Orlando Pirates South Africa 2nd Took over in November. Telkon & Nedbank Cup wins 2019/20 Orlando Pirates South Afirca 1st League, MTN8, Telkom winners 2020 Orlando Pirates South Africa 1st MTN8 & Champs league win. Left in November 2020/21 Melbourne Victory Australia 6th Tool over in March, A League Finals winner 2021/22 Melbourne Victory Australia 9th FFA Cup & Asian Champions League win. Left In December 2021 2022 New York City USA 4th 2023 New York City USA 9th 2025 New York Red Bulls USA 7th MLS Cup Winners 2026 New York Red Bulls USA 2nd NACL winners, US Open Winners International Year Country Ranking Achievements 2023 USA 37th 2024 USA 22nd 2025 USA 21st Gold Cup winners Challenge Progress Club 3/10 Top Domestic Leagues – South Africa 2020 (Orlando Pirates), Australia 2021 (Melbourne Victory), USA 2025 (New York Red Bulls) 3/10 Domestic Cups - South Africa 2019 (Orlando Pirates), Australia 2021 (Melbourne Victory), USA 2026 (New York Red Bulls) 3/5 Club continental Cups – Africa 2020 (Orlando Pirates) , Australia 2021 (Melbourne Victory), North America 2026 (New York Red Bulls) 0/1 Club World Championships International 1/5 Continental tournaments – Gold Cup 2025 (USA) 0/2 World Tournaments
  5. Season 2025 Report After leaving the USA job after the Gold Cup win I was still being turned down by some of the bigger sides on South America, then the chance to return to New York came up, just with the Red Bulls this time, and I was favourite for the job with applying, So I was home, kind of. We were 5th in the Eastern Conference when I took over with just 6 games to go, before I took over they had only won 1 of their last 10 games but the quality of the squad was clear to see. We managed to win all 6 games and end the season 4th in the East and 7th Overall. This meant a Wild card match, where I had lost 2 years in a row with New York City, against New England who we had beat 2-1 in our run in, this time was more comfortable as we were 3-0 up before the break and won 5-1 to book a semi final spot against Columbus. They finished 2nd overall and were in fact the opponent in my first game in charge that was a 88th minute winner for us, in this one we were 2-0 up just after the break and cruising to then be hit with 2 late goals to end the home leg 2-2, meaning we needed to win the away leg thanks to those away goals. A tight 2nd leg saw us lose a key player to injury in the first half then get reduced to 10 men with 20 ins to go with the score still 0-0. A goal 5 mins later by my Brazilian winger Jonathas gave us the lead and I parked that bus to see us into the East final. Atlanta United waited for us, a 1-1 draw away from home set us up well and a goal right on HT had us in control, 2nd half not much happened will we popped up with a second 2 mins before the end to win 2-0 on the night. In the MLS Cup final we faced Portland, a side we beat 4-1 on the final day so I was confident going in, it was well founded as an early goal from Carlo Juarez gave us a HT lead. Right after the break we doubled it with Rookie of the year (and top scorer) Jeremy Anderson, a 3rd on the hour mark secured it and my first title in the US. We are also in the NACL and I took over with 2 games played in the group stages (both wins) won both 4-0 to top the group. In the next round we have once again been handed the hardest tie with a game against defending champions America (MEX) Career Progress Club Year Club Country League position Achievements 2016/17 Mthatha Bucks South Africa 3rd Promotion 2017/18 Mthatha Bucks South Africa 7th 2018/19 Orlando Pirates South Africa 2nd Took over in November. Telkon & Nedbank Cup wins 2019/20 Orlando Pirates South Afirca 1st League, MTN8, Telkom winners 2020 Orlando Pirates South Africa 1st MTN8 & Champs league win. Left in November 2020/21 Melbourne Victory Australia 6th Tool over in March, A League Finals winner 2021/22 Melbourne Victory Australia 9th FFA Cup & Asian Champions League win. Left In December 2021 2022 New York City USA 4th 2023 New York City USA 9th 2025 New York Red Bulls USA 7th MLS Cup Winners International Year Country Ranking Achievements 2023 USA 37th 2024 USA 22nd 2025 USA 21st Gold Cup winners Club 3/10 Top Domestic Leagues – South Africa 2020 (Orlando Pirates), Australia 2021 (Melbourne Victory), USA 2025 (New York Red Bulls) 2/10 Domestic Cups - South Africa 2019 (Orlando Pirates), Australia 2021 (Melbourne Victory) 2/5 Club continental Cups – Africa 2020 (Orlando Pirates) , Australia 2021 (Melbourne Victory) 0/1 Club World Championships International 1/5 Continental tournaments – Gold Cup 2025 (USA) 0/2 World Tournaments
  6. 2025 Gold Cup Report Group Stage Quarter Finals (if applicable) Semi Finals (if applicable) Final (if applicable) Aftermath
  7. @dkouvyeah it's not much fun, being turned down all the time is annoying, my rep is at 65%. If I don't win the upcoming Gold Cup I'm tempted to resign and see if that changes anything
  8. Season Review 2024 This might be the most pointless yearly update I've ever done. I left New York at the end of my contract on December 31st 2023 and over a year later I still don't have a club side, have had interviews with and turned down by Chivas, Santos, Vasco, Sassuolo, Lazio and Brentford. Seems I'm not a good interviewee On the US front we were unbeaten all year, moving through one stage of world cup qualifying and into the next where we have started with 2 wins from 2 games and we're now the highest ranked North American country having moved past Mexico and Jamaica. Will continue to look for a club side while moving towards the 2025 Gold Cup and the 2026 World Cup in Canada Career Progress Club Year Club Country League position Achievements 2016/17 Mthatha Bucks South Africa 3rd Promotion 2017/18 Mthatha Bucks South Africa 7th 2018/19 Orlando Pirates South Africa 2nd Took over in November. Telkon & Nedbank Cup wins 2019/20 Orlando Pirates South Afirca 1st League, MTN8, Telkom winners 2020 Orlando Pirates South Africa 1st MTN8 & Champs league win. Left in November 2020/21 Melbourne Victory Australia 6th Tool over in March, A League Finals winner 2021/22 Melbourne Victory Australia 9th FFA Cup & Asian Champions League win. Left In December 2021 2022 New York City USA 4th 2023 New York City USA 9th International Year Country Ranking Achievements 2023 USA 37th 2024 USA 22nd Challenge Progress Club 2/10 Top Domestic Leagues – South Africa 2020 (Orlando Pirates), Australia 2021 (Melbourne Victory) 2/10 Domestic Cups - South Africa 2019 (Orlando Pirates), Australia 2021 (Melbourne Victory) 2/5 Club continental Cups – Africa 2020 (Orlando Pirates) , Australia 2021 (Melbourne Victory) 0/1 Club World Championships
  9. 2023 Season Report First full season in New York started with the NACL quarter finals against the reigning champions (for the last 3 seasons) Tigres from Mexico. We managed a 2-1 win at home to give us a good platform. The away leg was a rollercoaster as they took an early lead. It would remain that way at the break meaning they were leading on away goals, A quick counter from us pulled us level on the day but they very quickly restored their advantage, with 7 minutes to go up popped up new signing Danny Drinkwater for a goal. Another quick goal from them left us with a nervy final 5 minutes but we saw it it, losing 3-2 on the night but going through on away goals. We were the only US side in the final 4 and got a tough match up with Pachuca. They smashed us 3-1 at our place and 2-1 at theirs. A class above and we never stood a chance. In the league we had a frustrating season, we actually started off well and for a while sat 2nd in the combined table and looked like we would mount a challenge, however after the NACL defeat our form dropped off as we only won 5 of our next 20 league games, lots of draws but some hug losses. Got so bad the board told me I needed 7 points from 5 games or I'd be fired. A change in formation saw us win our next 4 to save my job and actually but us just a point off the final playoff spot with 4 to go, 2 losses then 2 wins meant we finished the season 5th in Eastern Conference and would face New England in the wild card round. Just like last season where the final league game robbed us off our best player this year we lost 3 due to injuries and suspensions. Also like last season we failed at this hurdle suffering a 4-2 loss. In the US Open Cup we made the quarter finals but the loss here came during our awful form and this is as far as we got. My contract is up in a couple of weeks and I think my stint in the US is over, I'm not good enough to fully understand how to build a squad here. Aiming for Mexico or South America I think. I did take over the US national side though after they once again failed at the Gold Cup (they've only won it once since the game started) we've done alright, couple of wins in friendlies, a narrow loss to Germany, in our World Cup qualifying round we did get FM'd away to Bermuda in the opening game, battered them for 90 mins then they pop up with a 35 yard screamer to win 1-0. We smashed Panama 5-1 next game to set us up for the final 4 group games. My target here is the Gold Cup and a decent showing int he World Cup in 2.5 years. Career Progress Club Year Club Country League position Achievements 2016/17 Mthatha Bucks South Africa 3rd Promotion 2017/18 Mthatha Bucks South Africa 7th 2018/19 Orlando Pirates South Africa 2nd Took over in November. Telkon & Nedbank Cup wins 2019/20 Orlando Pirates South Afirca 1st League, MTN8, Telkom winners 2020 Orlando Pirates South Africa 1st MTN8 & Champs league win. Left in November 2020/21 Melbourne Victory Australia 6th Tool over in March, A League Finals winner 2021/22 Melbourne Victory Australia 9th FFA Cup & Asian Champions League win. Left In December 2021 2022 New York City USA 4th 2023 New York City USA 9th International Year Country Ranking Achievements 2023 USA 37th Challenge Progress Club 2/10 Top Domestic Leagues – South Africa 2020 (Orlando Pirates), Australia 2021 (Melbourne Victory) 2/10 Domestic Cups - South Africa 2019 (Orlando Pirates), Australia 2021 (Melbourne Victory) 2/5 Club continental Cups – Africa 2020 (Orlando Pirates) , Australia 2021 (Melbourne Victory) 0/1 Club World Championships International 0/5 Continental tournaments 0/2 World Tournaments
  10. Yeah I'm not enjoying as mush as I hoped this year, think I might see out the contract then find a nice Mexican/South American club to move on to
  11. Genuinely punched the air at reading that, congrats for overcoming the demon @Fadedaf
  12. Season Review 2022 I took over with the side 9th out of 11 in the Eastern Conference with only 5 wins from 15, it was an uncustomary slow start from one of my teams, losing players during the world cup and a couple injuries meant playing around with formations, it cost us in the US Cup as we fell apart. The loan signing of Phil Foden from parent club Man CIty and the return from injury of Ahmed Al-Gumai changed our season, we found form and marched up the table, finishing 4th in the Eastern Conference and 4th in the Supporters Shield. In the playoffs we drew local rivals Red Bulls. Foden missed the match with injury and it cost us as we lost 3-0. In a lucky break (again) I took over a club in the Champions League, in the group stages we took 10 points from 4 games to qualify for the quarter finals. The draw was harsh as we were paired with the winners of the last 3 champions leagues, the Mexican side Tigres. I don't expect to get much further. So for the first time in a few years I haven't won anything, the squad needs a bit of an overhaul so I have to go and learn these draft rules and try to wheel and deal my way to a strong squad. Career Progress Year Club Country League position Achievements 2016/17 Mthatha Bucks South Africa 3rd Promotion 2017/18 Mthatha Bucks South Africa 7th 2018/19 Orlando Pirates South Africa 2nd Took over in November. Telkon & Nedbank Cup wins 2019/20 Orlando Pirates South Afirca 1st League, MTN8, Telkom winners 2020 Orlando Pirates South Africa 1st MTN8 & Champs league win. Left in November 2020/21 Melbourne Victory Australia 6th Tool over in March, A League Finals winner 2021/22 Melbourne Victory Australia 9th FFA Cup & Asian Champions League win. Left In December 2021 2022 New York City USA 4th Challenge Progress Club 2/10 Top Domestic Leagues – South Africa 2020 (Orlando Pirates), Australia 2021 (Melbourne Victory) 2/10 Domestic Cups - South Africa 2019 (Orlando Pirates), Australia 2021 (Melbourne Victory) 2/5 Club continental Cups – Africa 2020 (Orlando Pirates) , Australia 2021 (Melbourne Victory) 0/1 Club World Championships International 0/5 Continental tournaments 0/2 World Tournaments
  13. So 5 and a half months after leaving Melbourne I have a new job in another new country (keeping the theme of English speaking only )
  14. Season 2021/22 Review At the end of last season we had made it to the quarter finals of the Champions League where we had a tough draw against South Korea side Seoul. In the away leg we started well and took the lead, Seoul grabbed an equaliser mid way through the 2nd half and it ended 1-1. The 2nd leg was a tight affair but 2 goals in the final 30 minutes saw us win 2-0 on the night and 3-1 on aggregate. In the semi finals we faced another side from South Korea in the much more formidable Suwon. We were away in the first leg again, it was a fairly even game decided by a goal in the 50th minute from their Argentine striker and as we lost 1-0. In the home leg we flew out the traps and pulled level on aggregate with a goal after 15 minutes, 11 minutes later we went ahead and stayed that way till the break. 2nd half saw both teams go close but we held on to make the final. Between the first and second leg we lost Big Dom Solanke to a season ending injury. In the final we had Qatari side El-Jaish. We were drawn at home in the first leg for a change and we took an early lead, in the second half they had a player sent off and 2 late goals gave us a comfortable 3-0 win. I thought the 2nd leg would be a formality but 2 early goals from them had me nervous, 2 goals in 8 minutes before the break from us had us well placed. We saw the game out and were champions of Asia. My other target for this season was the FFA cup and despite a mental game with Perth that ended 7-4 to us we progressed to the final, in both the semi final and final we faced non league sides and we cruised the final 6-0. In the league we were poor as I sacrificed it for other competitions. Winning the Asian Champions League gave me another shot at the Club World Cup, it took extra time to beat Auckland City in the quarter finals, in the semi finals Man City were just too good for us and beat us 3-0. In the 3rd place playoff we beat Tigres 3-1 to become the 3rd best side in the world (that's how this works right? ) With Asia done I think it's time resign and head somewhere new, it's a shame as I was building a good young squad here with a core of players like Igor Savic in goal, left back Bradley Saric, Attacking midfielder Antoni Patric Row and Solanke's replacement Chris Strain. Could have really built something here but it's time to pull a Jose and get out on top! Career Progress Year Club Country League position Achievements 2016/17 Mthatha Bucks South Africa 3rd Promotion 2017/18 Mthatha Bucks South Africa 7th 2018/19 Orlando Pirates South Africa 2nd Took over in November. Telkon & Nedbank Cup wins 2019/20 Orlando Pirates South Afirca 1st League, MTN8, Telkom winners 2020 Orlando Pirates South Africa 1st MTN8 & Champs league win. Left in November 2020/21 Melbourne Victory Australia 6th Tool over in March, A League Finals winner 2021/22 Melbourne Victory Australia 9th FFA Cup & Asian Champions League win. Left In December 2021 Challenge Progress Club 2/10 Top Domestic Leagues – South Africa 2020 (Orlando Pirates), Australia 2021 (Melbourne Victory) 2/10 Domestic Cups - South Africa 2019 (Orlando Pirates), Australia 2021 (Melbourne Victory) 2/5 Club continental Cups – Africa 2020 (Orlando Pirates) , Australia 2021 (Melbourne Victory) 0/1 Club World Championships International 0/5 Continental tournaments 0/2 World Tournaments
  15. Season 2020/21 Review As previously seen, I left Orlando Pirates after the Champions League win and got a job with Melbourne Victory, I took over with just 3 league games to play and 5 points to make up, we started with a 3-0 win over Newcastle United Jets and I thought this would be nice and easy, before our next game away to Wellington Phoenix we manged a real coup in the free singing of Dominic Solanke. A hat trick from Big Dom wasn't enough as we went down 4-3. Solanke is far too good for this league as he showed in the next league game a 5-3 win over Perth. 11 goals for and 7 against in 3 games shows that we were value for money at least, just needed to sort our backline out. As crazy as the last game was our last game of the season against Central Coast Mariners ended 6-3 and Solanke was on fire as we got into the playoffs on GD. In the finals our first game was away (as we finished 6th we would be drawn away in each round due to seeding) to Sydney and that man Solanke continued his run as we won 5-0, in the semi finals we placed regular season winners and last seasons champions league winners Brisbane Roar, another inspired performance from Dom with 2 goals and an assist in a 3-1 win and we were in the final against Adelaide. A real up and down match saw 2-0 up by HT, a 3rd just after the break put us well in control before a quick fire double reduced our lead to 3-2, another Solanke goal restored the 2 goal before another goal from their striker set up a nervy finale. On 88 minuted we gave away a penalty but a huge save from our keeper meant we won 4-3 and were champions. I assume this trophy counts as in the Hall of Fame it's listed as a league win? Big Dom Solanke was the star as he ended with 16 goals in just 6 games. In the champions league I took over after 3 games (all losses) in my first game we got a narrow 1-0 over Ulsan, followed that up with another narrow win, this time 3-2, over Japanese side Frontale gave us a fighting chance of finishing 2nd, if we could beat Guangzhou and hope for a draw or Ulsan win between them and Frontale. Ulsan did their part by winning so pressure was on us, a nervy first half saw us give away a penalty on 44 minutes, after a HT rollicking we flew out the traps and an OG drew us level before a header from a corner gave us the lead, a late 3rd saw us win and grab the 2nd spot. We were handed a tough draw after that with a tie with Shanghai (with Hulk and Oscar in their line up) 0-0 at HT and then 3 quick goals just after the break saw us grab a 2-1 win. In the away leg we grabbed an early lead, they quickly restored parity after an hour, a quick counter attack saw us restore our lead before allowing them back in.We went contain for final 20 mins to try and kill the game and it worked, we were in the quarter finals draw to come in the new season. Hoping we can somehow win this and the cup in 1st half of the season so I can be off again. Also should start to find an international job to start there. Career Progress Year Club Country League position Achievements 2016/17 Mthatha Bucks South Africa 3rd Promotion 2017/18 Mthatha Bucks South Africa 7th 2018/19 Orlando Pirates South Africa 2nd Took over in November. Telkon & Nedbank Cup wins 2019/20 Orlando Pirates South Afirca 1st League, MTN8, Telkom winners 2020 Orlando Pirates South Africa 1st MTN8 & Champs league win. Left in November 2020/21 Melbourne Victory Australia 6th Tool over in March, A League Finals winner Challenge Progress Club 2/10 Top Domestic Leagues – South Africa 2020 (Orlando Pirates), Australia 2021 (Melbourne Victory) 1/10 Domestic Cups - South Africa 2019 (Orlando Pirates) 1/5 Club continental Cups – Africa 2020 (Orlando Pirates) 0/1 Club World Championships International 0/5 Continental tournaments 0/2 World Tournaments
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