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  1. BLACKBURN ROVERS F.C. History: Blackburn Rovers Football Club is a professional football club in Blackburn, Lancashire, England, which competes in League Two,the fourth tier of the English football league system. The club was established in 1875, becoming a founding member of The Football League in 1888 and the Premier League in 1992. In 1890, Rovers moved to Ewood Park. Blackburn Rovers have been English champions three times, and have won six FA Cups and one Football League Cup. The club has spent most of its existence in the top flight of English football. The club's motto is "Arte et Labore", "By Skill and Hard Work" in Latin. Season 2021-2022 The Blackburn Rovers battled all season long against relegation in Skybet One, it seems the club is a falling giant. With 12 league wins, 7 draws and 27 loses the club was relegated to Skybet Two. Chris Powell was sacked by Chairman Jeff Bonser after 172 days at the club because he couldn't avoid relegation. League Table (Relegation Zone) Breaking News " Blackburn in talks with potential new manager for next season " 01/06/2022 " Mike Pauwels former Mansfield manager was spotted at Ewood Park " 02/06/2022 " Blackburn Rovers appointed Mike Pauwels as there new manager for next season in Skybet Two " 08/06/2022 Blackburn new manager: Mike Pauwels Before starting a manager carreer Mike Pauwels was a professional footballer in Belgium he played at the following teams: RWDM, KV Zaventem, SK Nossegem. After his football carreer Mike Pauwels settle down in London a couples of year to gain a coaching license. His first job as Manager in England was Wycombe, but after a bad start he was sacked after couple of months. He received the oppertunity to redeem himself and was offered a job as Mansfield Town manager in 2017. After staying with Mansfield for about 6 year's he promoted Mansfield twice in those 6 year's to the Championship. " Runners-up in 2019 in Skybet Two (Promoted to Skybet One) "" Playoff winner for promotion in 2022 (Promoted to Championship) " But after some personal issues he had to resign as there manager. After being absent for a couples of months in the football world, he agreed to step back in the game and signed a contract at Blackburn Rovers,
  2. SEASON 2020/2021 Last Season we finished 15th in Skybet One. This season we kept working on making our team stronger, with adding some new staff, upgrade our facilities to become a more profesional club. Also attract new better players to join our Mansfield journey. Some players who left the club are: Safwan Mbae, Yanis Henin, Giuseppe Esposito, Olvier McBurnie, Jonathan Kindermans, Cameron Heeley, Teddy Bloor Players who joined the club are: Timonthy Weah, Mehdi Zerkane, Amilcar Silva, Jesus Garcia Tena, Alex Lacey, Lorenzo Tempesti, Micah Richards, Willem Tomlinson, Jamal Blackman, Jerome Sinclair, Jake Picard, Eddie Loizou, Ike Ugbo, Dion Pereira, Mason Bennett, Florent Cuvelier, Abdullahi Abdullahi Summer Preparation Fixtures: Season Begins: On August the 8th we started the season against Port Vale with ( Score 4-1 Win ). We played a decent season all season long hang just under the Playoff Promotion places, we had the chance to move in promotion position in March, but lost some important games who couldve lead us to a playoff position or ticket. But the let me down a couple of games and we dropped again to the 10th place of league. After that my woke up and did some couple wins and could still dream for a playoff ticket but on the last game we lost and it was a done deal. It will be another season in Skybet 1 and ended the league on 9th place. Board was happy over the overall season, but next year they will demande a bit more than last season. Season Begins: Board also decided to upgrade Youth System, Youth and Training Facilities, Here some results: League Stand at the end of the season: Next year we will try to do better, like we do every year. Let's hope.
  3. SEASON 2019/2020 After finishing last season 2nd in the Skybet Two League we automatically promoted to Skybet One League. So we needed to get busy in the summer to attrack new players to joins us, to avoid relegation this season, this was also the demande of the board. Some players who left the club are: Daniele Pozzoni (Loan - Tranmere), Romain Cagnon ( AC Ajaccio - 66K), Kane Baldwin (Loan - FC Halifax), Teddy Bloor (Loan - Halifax), Moussa Coumbassa ( Loan - Santa Fe). Players who joined the club are: Yanis Henin, Ilias Moutha Sebtaoui, Oliver McBurnie, Yan Dhanda, Marc Guehi, Mason Bennett Martin Samuelsen, Jordan Marshall, Sam Byrne, Ronan Fadden, Danny Collinge, Will Swan. Summer Preparation Fixtures: Season Begins: On August the 10th we started the season against Chesterfield who got promoted also to League One and rivals ( Score 4-0 Win ). We played a quitte season and avoid relegation zone, we where a mid table team all season long. Board was happy over the overall season and we maintained in League One for another year. Board also decided to upgrade Youth System and some new extra staff position where added to the Club, to get the club to and higher professional status. Here some results: League Stand at the end of the season: Next year we will try to do better, like we do every year. Let's hope. Until next time.
  4. WYCOMBE WANDERES FOOTBALL CLUB I joined Wycombe Wanderes Football Club in July. After bringing in some players like Neves, Cosimo, ... decent players for this league we started well and where hanging around 9th place. But for some personal raisons i had to leave my team to my Ast. Manager, who destroyed the mental aspect of the team and dropped wycombe to the bottom of the table. After rejoining the game i heard, i was sacked by Wycombe Wanderes President. After a couple of weeks i had the chance to join Mansfield who where bottom of the League. So a new chapter started with new ambitions to get out of the relegation zone with Mansfield. After getting staff in place and tactics we i started my job well and did a winning streak with Mansfield for about 7 games and got the team out of relegation zone. We even had the chance to get a playoff position, but the team did already a great job to get us so far up again in the league. We ended the league in the safe zone - mid table. For next year i'm still building a team at mansfield and we will see what happens next year, there is no pressure on us. Until next time. Mike Pauwels (Mansfield Manager)
  5. WYCOMBE WANDERES FOOTBALL CLUB EARLY YEARS Wycombe Wanderes were founded in 1887, at a meeting held at the Steam Engine Pub on Station Road. Playing friendly matches in its early years, the club joined the Southern League in 1896, a year after having moved to Loakes Park, which was to be its home for 95 years. The Chairboys resisted the opportunity to turn professional, remaining amateur and enjoying success as two-time champions of the Spartan League, joining the Isthmian League in 1921. Ten years later, in 1931, they achieved one of the finest accolades to date, winning the FA Amateur Cup at Highbury in front of 32,000 fans, defeating Hayes 1-0. POST-WAR In 1947, Frank Adams - a former captain of the club having made 331 appearances for the club - presented the deeds of Loakes Park to Wycombe Wanderers, enabling the club to own its own ground and provide the platform for future success. Sid Cann was appointed manager in 1952 and led the club to their first Isthmian League title in 1956, which was then succesfully defended the following year, in which they also reached a second FA Amateur Cup Final. On this occasion, though, they were defeated 3-1 by Bishop Auckland at Wembley. Brian Lee became the club's first conventional manager in 1968 - with team selection having previously been chosen by committee - and his arrival heralded three more Isthmian League titles inside four years, while the club also reached the third round of the FA Cup for the very first time, losing 1-0 to top-flight Middlesbrough in a replay after a 0-0 draw at Loakes Park. A period of transition followed and Wycombe joined a national league - the Gola League - for the first time in 1985. They were relegated and promoted as the division became renamed as the GM Vauxhall Conference, and the departure of boss Jim Kelman at the end of the decade paved the way for a period of unprecedent success at Wanderers' new home. THE ADAMS PARK YEARS Martin O'Neill's appointment as manager came in the same year as the club's move to its current Adams Park home. In 1991, the Chairboys had an FA Trophy title to their name, clinching a 2-1 win over Kidderminster Harriers at Wembley, and came agonisingly close to winning promotion to the Football League a year later, just missing out on goal difference. However, success returned the following season, and in some style, as Wycombe won the double to be crowned Conference champions and FA Trophy winners once again, with Runcorn being swept aside 4-1 at Wembley in the final. The club's forward progress didn't end there, as their first season in the Football League ended in triumph, winning the play-off final 4-2 against Preston North End to reach the third tier, and they came close to another play-off adventure the following season in 1995. O'Neill departed that summer and the club survived a couple of relegation scares, most notably in 1999 when Lawrie Sanchez steered the club away from danger with a memorable final day win at Lincoln City. Two years later, Sanchez masterminded an incredible run to the semi-final of the FA Cup, beating Wolves, Wimbledon and Leicester on the way to a meeting with Liverpool at Villa Park, with the Premier League giants edging through with a 2-1 win. Tony Adams was appointed manager in 2003 but couldn't halt a relegation back to the fourth tier, but the club turned their fortunes around quickly, building a promotion-chasing squad each year, including a play-off semi-final defeat to Cheltenham in 2006. The following year, Wycombe reached the semi-final of the League Cup in 2007 under Paul Lambert's tutelage, holding Chelsea to a 1-1 draw at Adams Park in the first leg. Lambert took the club into the play-offs in 2008 but again there was disappointment as Stockport progressed to Wembley, but new manager Peter Taylor secured automatic promotion the following year, only for the Chairboys to struggle in League 1 and they suffered an instant return, with Gary Waddock the new man at the helm. Waddock rebuilt the squad, including the signing of inspirational captain Gareth Ainsworth, and led the Blues to another promotion in 2011, although again the spell in the third tier was short and sweet. That summer of 2012 saw the club fall into the hands of its Supporters Trust, becoming one of the few fan-owned clubs in the Football League, and Waddock departed soon after, with Ainsworth taking the reins as manager. A year of consolidation was followed by a season of struggle, but a miraculous final day escape from relegation at Torquay proved to be the catalyst for a period of progress. The following season (2014/15), the Chairboys accumulated their highest ever points total in the Football League to reach the play-off final at the new Wembley Stadium, losing out to Southend United on penalties, and enjoyed FA Cup adventures against Aston Villa and Tottenham Hotspur in the two years that followed. The club plays at Adams Park, which is situated on the western outskirts of High Wycombe, and they traditionally play in quartered shirts of navy and pale blue. The club's nicknames are "the Chairboys" and "the Blues". Adams Park Stadium
  6. EDINBURGH CITY FOOTBALL CLUB Edinburgh City Football Club are a part-time professional senior Scottish football club, which plays in Scottish League Two, the fourth tier of the Scottish Professional Football League. The club play at Ainslie Park in Edinburgh, while redevelopment work takes place at Meadowbank Stadium. A club known as Edinburgh City was first formed in 1928. It participated in the Scottish Football League in the 1930s and 1940s, but went out of business in the 1950s. The present club adopted the Edinburgh City name in 1986. It applied to join the Scottish Football League in 2002 and 2008, but failed to win election. Edinburgh City became members of the new Lowland League in 2013. The club won the Lowland League championship in 2015 and 2016 and won promotion to the Scottish Professional Football League in 2016. History The original Edinburgh City was founded in 1928. The club adopted amateur status, with the aim of becoming the Edinburgh equivalent of Queen's Park. Edinburgh City joined the Scottish Football League in 1931. The club played in the Lothian Amateur League during the Second World War and were only admitted to the C Division in 1946. After three more years of struggle, the club left the Scottish Football League in 1949. It switched to junior status and played in the Edinburgh & District Junior League. The club ceased activity completely in 1955, when the local council refused to renew its lease on its home ground, City Park. A club called Postal United was founded in 1966. The Edinburgh City Football Club Ltd (Social Club), which had continued trading as a social club since the football club stopped playing, gave their approval in 1986 for Postal United to use the Edinburgh City name. The club has regularly participated in the Scottish Cup since the mid-1990s, when it became a full member of the Scottish Football Association. In the 1997–98 Scottish Cup they defeated SFL club, East Stirlingshire, before losing 7–2 to Dunfermline Athletic, then of the Premier Division. The club applied to join the Scottish Football League in 2002, after Airdrieonians had gone bankrupt, but Gretna won the vote instead. Edinburgh City applied again following Gretna's liquidation in 2008, but this time lost out to Annan Athletic. Edinburgh City won the East of Scotland Football League Premier Division title for the first time in the 2005–06 season and became members of the new Lowland League in 2013. The club won the Lowland League championship in 2014–15 and 2015–16. They then gained promotion to the Scottish Professional Football League by defeating East Stirlingshire in a playoff with a goal with four minutes left by Dougie Gair. Colours The club colours are white and black. Postal United F.C. played in all-red, but switched to the traditional colours when it adopted the Edinburgh City identity in 1986. Stadium Meadowbank Stadium, the club's home which is currently undergoing renovation. Ainslie Park, where the club currently ground share with Spartans. The original club played its home matches at Powderhall Stadium and City Park during its time in the Scottish Football League. The present club initially played their home fixtures at the Saughton Enclosure, which is now home to Lothian Thistle, before switching to Paties Road, where Edinburgh United currently play. Edinburgh City then moved to City Park and then Fernieside. Edinburgh City moved to Meadowbank Stadium in 1996, which had been vacated by the move of Meadowbank Thistle to Livingston. In February 2013, the City of Edinburgh Council started a new consultation process about the future of Meadowbank Stadium. Three options for redeveloping Meadowbank were put forward for consideration by Edinburgh Council in December 2013. A planned design was made public in November 2016 and work is expected to begin after the 2016–17 season ends. Edinburgh City have reached an agreement with Spartans to use their Ainslie Park ground for three seasons while Meadowbank is being redeveloped.
  7. Season 2032-2033 Players who joined Real Oviedo: Jesus Olivares (Free), Hudson (ATM - 1M), Ruben Cruz (Vizela - 450K), Alfredo Murillo (Once Caldas) Pre-Season Fixtures: Youth Facilities: The board have planned to upgrade Youth Facilities. Season: We've maintained all season long at the top of the league and won the league. Getafe who ended 2nd in the league had 8 points less. All season long we played solid and team played one unit to conquer the league title, we are very please to go back to La Liga after 21 years. Expectations for next season: We will continue building Oviedo and try to avoid relegation from La Liga. Until next time .....
  8. Season 2031-2032 Players who joined Real Oviedo: Frank Daeumier (Estoril - 100K), Stephane Yao (Huelva - 2M), Noah Bastos (Gil Vicente - 975K), Andre Goncalves (Academica - 1M), Rodrigo Oliveira (Braga - 600K), Emile Niang (Generation Foot - 20K) Pre-Season Fixtures: Youth Facilities: The board have planned to upgrade Youth Facilities. Season: We ended the league in 7th place and secured an playoff position against Getafe. Playoffs where over for us and started concentrating on next season. Expectations for next season: We will continue building Oviedo to become a contender to win the league next season or secure a playoff position to get promoted to La Liga. Until next time .....
  9. Season 2030-2031 Players who joined Real Oviedo: Pedro Suarez ( ) & Joaquim Cardoso ( ) Pre-Season Fixtures: No Pre-Season Fixtures available Youth Facilities: The board have planned to upgrade Youth Facilities. Season: Before joining Oviedo they where hanging around mid-table in Secunda Division (10th place), after signing a long-term contract at Oviedo, my first day on the job was the 5th of January 2032. I had only 5 days to prepare my team for an important game against Barcelona B who where on top of the league. I was surprise my team understood my tactics straight away and we won the game 3-0. Nice start at my new job. After that we continued building and winning games and went up the table to the 3rd place until the last game of season. We could secure a 2nd place and go up to La Liga, but first we had to win against Barcelona B again (still 1st in the league), our team battle all game long and where 1-0 up, but Victor Lange spoiled our chance to go up straight away with a 30 yard long shot and ended the game with a draw (1-1). We ended the league in 5th place and secured an playoff position against At. Bilbao. Playoffs where over for us and started concentrating on next season. Expectations for next season: We will continue building Oviedo to become a contender to win the league next season or secure a playoff position to get promoted to La Liga. Until next time .....
  10. Season 2030-2031 Players who left Sevilla: Alex Pena (Brentford - 1,4M), Abdou Mane (Malaga 4,4M), Francisco Javier Rios (Stoke - 950K) and others. Players who left out on loan: Faber Mosquera (Cordoba), Victor Lopez (Getafe), Juan Pedro Morales (Leonesa), Sidney Monteiro (Chaves) and others Players who joined Sevilla: Jorge Valencia (Deportivo Cuenca - 1,1M), Mohamed Magdy (El Masry - 250K), Jesus Olivares (Empoli - 1,3M), Moustapha Sene (Aspire International - 325K) and others Pre-Season Fixtures: IR Tanger, Leiria, Penafiel, Spakenburg, Motherwell, Aberdee, Rio Ave, Espanyol Youth Facilities: The board have planned to upgrade Youth & Training Facilities for 10M. Season: We've played a stable season maintaining all season long in midtable and finished the season at 9th place. Expectations for next season: Still building sevilla to be an mid-table team with the opportunity the give youth a chance to play first team football. For sure every year we would like to progesse and move up the table each year to gain European football again and become once again the Sevilla who won several times the UEFA Cup. Until next time .....
  11. Season 2029-2030 Players who left Sevilla: Pedro Ramirez ( Inter 7M ), Alberto Sanz ( LOSC 4,7M ), Cicero ( At. Madrid 3,5M ), Ismael Garcia ( Koln 2,7M ) and others Players who left out on loan: Younes Cavelier ( Cadiz ), Faber Mosquera ( Angers ), Touré ( Lugo ), Tetteh ( Espanyol ), Irogyen ( Oviedo ) and others Players who joined Sevilla: Engin Gultekin ( Fenerbahce ), Abdou Mane ( OM ), Fabian Martinez ( Medellin ), Kevin Arias ( Medellin ), Mauricio Mendez ( Millonarios ) and others Pre-Season Fixtures: FC Midtjylland, Strasbourg, Sedan, Louhans, FC Mulhouse, Nacional de Madeira, Espanyol Youth Facilities: The board have planned to upgrade Training Facilities for 6M. Season: We've played a stable season maintaining all season long in midtable and finished the season at 9th place. Some honorable fixtures in our favor this season: Sevilla VS. R. Madrid (1-0) Sevilla VS. Sabadell (1-0) Sevilla VS. A. Bilbao (2-0) Sevilla VS. U. Murcia (2-0) Villarreal VS. Sevilla (0-2) Sevilla VS. Huelva (2-1) Expectations for next season: Still building sevilla to be an mid-table team with the opportunity the give youth a chance to play first team football. For sure every year we would like to progesse and move up the table each year to gain European football again and become once again the Sevilla who won several times the UEFA Cup. Until next time .....
  12. Season 2028-2029 Players who left Sevilla: Vukovic (Bournemounth), Antonia Maria (Valencia), Juan Luis Campos (Zaragoza), Players who left out on loan: Moses Garba (Leganes), Alex Marcos (AS Monaco), Juan Ramon (Girona), Patrick Kone (Numacia), Jose Antonio Menudo (Toledo), Ljubomir Todorovic (Elche) Players who joined Sevilla: Dailos Diaz (Levante), Simone Iannini (Romagna Centro), Jorge Valero (Loan - Leicester), Rodolfo Reguero (Loan - PSG), Andoni Aguirre (Loan - PSG), Carlos Teixeira (Loan - FC Lorient), Alpha Bayo (Elite-Foot) Pre-Season Fixtures: Aves, Sprimont, Vit. Setubal, Gubbio, Valencia, Viktoria Plzen, San Lorenzo Youth Facilities: The board have planned to upgrade the youth for 4M. Season: We had a great start with 3 wins in a row, but after that it was up and down. We stayed in mid-table of the league for almost the entire season, but at the end team felt short and even had to battle too not get relegation after beating At. Bilbao (3-0) we secure to stay up in the First division. Some honorable fixtures in our favor this season: Malaga VS. Sevilla (0-2) Huelva VS. Sevilla (0-1) Sevilla VS. At. Madrid (2-1) Sevilla VS. Malaga (2-0) Sevilla VS. At. Bilbao (3-0) Expectations for next season: Still building sevilla to be an mid-table team with the opportunity the give youth a chance to play first team football ( Average age of team this year "21" ). For sure every year we would like to progesse and move up the table each year to gain European football again and become once again the Sevilla who won several times the UEFA Cup. Until next time .....
  13. Season 2027-2028 Last season after joinging Sevilla half way of the season , the board only request was to battle hard to avoid relegation and maintaining in the top league. This season the board are asking the same to avoid relegation. They gave me also money to strenght our squad with a transferbudget of 7M. But before spending money i had to clean up the team and get ridoff some big contracts and old players. Players who left Sevilla: Pedro Jose (Milwall), Leo Pereira (Fulham), Gonzalo (Dinamo Bucharest), Jorginho (Birmingham), Lucas Boyé (Ajaccio), Munoz (Villareal), Cocchi (Nice), Tetteh (Celta). Players who joined Sevilla: Marc Traore (Toledo), Kirienko (Oviedo), Slavkovic (Partizan), Marcelo (BOT), Younes Claverie (Auxerre), Cicero (ARN), Pedro Ramirez (Sabadell), Irigoyen (Nacional). Pre-Season Fixtures: IR Tanger, Vigo B, Levante, Alaves, Espanyol, Vit. Guimaraes and Novelda. Youth & Training Facilities: The board have planned to upgrade the youth and training facilities for 5M. Season: After all we did a decent season maintaining a mid-table position all season long and ended the league in June at 13th place. Some honorable fixtures in our favor this season: Albacete Vs. Toledo (2-3) Sevilla VS. At. Madrid (2-0) Sevilla Vs. Huelva (2-2) Sevilla VS. Celta (2-0) At. Madrid VS. Sevilla (0-1) Expectations for next season: Still building sevilla to be an mid-table team with the opportunity the give youth a chance to play first team football ( Average age of team this year "21" ). For sure every year we would like to progesse and move up the table each year to gain European football again and become once again the Sevilla who won several times the UEFA Cup. Until next time .....
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