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  1. April 2019 Two strong cup wins, with Zaitsev performing out of his skin in both. We're also making a habit of leaving it late, but that wont take away from an undefeated month. May 2019 The beginning of a bad month as Mantas Urbys got sent off in our Cup match against Banga B (a game with five goals in extra time!). Our lack of depth is killing us! We almost had another two points on the board, and gone four points clear but for a last minute two goal collapse at home to Salininkai.
  2. February 2019 A loss at the end of the month doesn't really undermine what was a solid pre-season. Renatas Butkus led the line strongly and put his hand up to be the first name on the teamsheet. March 2019 Three strong wins including a dominant win against Mostiskes-Tonitra sees us into second place. We managed to get through to the next round of the SFL Cup and I really think we can continue this form into the next month.
  3. The Forwards Renatas Butkus & Dmitriy Zaitsev are my go-to strikers, but I'll be definitely be going with Zaitsev as my point man with his finishing stats. Alisauskas has already been wooed by other clubs, it will be interesting if he sticks around much longer.
  4. The Midfield Again, two young midfielders back up Butkus and Mantinis. Again, with just four key midfielders to which we'll play our 4-4-2, the B team players are likely to get a run too.
  5. The Defence The "Bulgarian Brute" Martin Tomov and "El Capitano" Paulius Butkus are the best of a bad bunch, with only four first team defenders. I'll be looking to probably dip into my B team where required. Urbys and Kazlauskas look good as well to round out the defence.
  6. The Goalkeepers Two very young goalkeepers, with Sluta the current number one between the two. It'll be an interesting battle between the two of them as we aim to solidify a strong young squad.
  7. Becoming the 'Top Kickers' in Lithuania Formed in 2016, FC 'Top Kickers' are a club based out of Vilnius, the capital of Lithuania. Mired in the fifth division of the Eastern European country, my goal will initially be to try and get into the top flight, qualify for Europe and inevitably increase the reputation of this lesser known footballing nation. And if we raise a superstar or two along the way, even better!
  8. What a dire month. Charlie Ball managed to find his scoring boots again, thank christ, because I have been toying up his contract renewal. Tom Dean tried to strong hand me into a new contract but at 3C/3P, he was never going to get a better deal from me - he's not even the best defender in my side. We might be out of the cup but with South Shields only two points behind us, it's squeaky bum time. On the road home, we play Atherton (21st - Away), Radcliffe (6th - Home), Hyde (13th - Away), Stalybridge (3rd - Away) and finally, our home match - where we will hopefully lift the title at Broadhurst against currently fifth placed Witton.
  9. Results Charlie Ball has fallen into a rutt, with only two assists and a goal to his name in 10 outings thus far. He's currently returned eight goals in 26 appearances, which is a fair return but Tunde Owolabi has been making the most of his lapse in form, with a solid return of five goals in six games this month, including a hat-trick in our must win encounter against South Shields. It was truly a six-pointer for us, with another nine games left in the run in, we are by no means home and hosed. Silly draws against mid-table Matlock and cellar-dwellars Lancaster away have cost us a healthy margin at the top of the table but we still have enough about us to bring this home.
  10. Please sir, may I have some more? They want promotion three years from now, and I'm giving to them well... now.
  11. *whispers quietly* golden generation...
  12. Results We hold onto top spot by the grace of god (and our 2 losses) after an unbeaten run, and we now only have league fixtures and the Integro League Cup to fight for. I'll be honest, I don't care much for the Cup, and more than anything we need to focus on getting to the proverbial promised land that is National League football.
  13. Ins and Outs Only Chris Sharp out to Bonyrigg, but not before a few sneaky moves for Tom Dean. In other news... Leon Kenyon has been elected chairman, ahead of Adrian Seddon. Cue board mass exodus. Results Well uh, that was the end of our FA Cup run, a sellout home clash with Brighton. Not gonna lie, our fixture cramp is really starting to hurt us as we're out of the FA Trophy and narrowly hold onto the lead of the Premier Division. The good thing is that Owolabi and Ball are starting to find their feet again.
  14. Results Finally, our fixture cramp looks to be taking a toll on us. Charlie Ball, despite racking up the assists hasn't scored in 11 games, and we dropped points against last place Gainsborough. However, a sneaky 0-0 (5-3) penalty win over Ipswich sees us with a dream tie to start 2020 - at home against Brighton. I doubt we'll get anywhere fast against them, but will be a good test and hopefully bring us a bumper gate receipt. Stalybridge also brought our enviable home record to an end too. With January coming up though, we'll hopefully be picking up some valuable additions to the squad as well as letting go some of the dead weight.
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