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  1. 5th August 2018 Tina was resigned to the fact that people were going to hate her. She knew coming into this that the reputation of the club and that of her own was logistically very far apart. But strange things can happen. Having spent the night away from the players and just enjoying a meal in Cuneo, she returned to her makeshift bus office, optimistic of the day. Two coffees later and she had fended off a tirade of abuse on Twitter. She had the foresight to not reply to anything she ever saw in any capacity within social media, but it still riled her. She was eager for the season to start so they could see what she was about. She did in principle agree with their disdain at the appointment of someone still making their way, but them fans were still reserving judgement as was the way to do it. Others were being vitriolic in the fire they were spouting at her, and she was determined to shut them up. Ultra’s would always be an issue, regardless of who she was. But by the end of the day, the Ultra’s were the ones supporting and getting behind her. Football was changing, in many ways, and the whole world would need to begin a huge adjustment to allow it to continue. Women’s football, despite at times it’s also abusive relationship with some fans, was flourishing, and while female coaching staff was still super rare, as is BAME coaches, there were improvements steadily being made. Tina was frontrunning this half of the movement, whether she wanted to or not, and had to set the example for them all. The bar had to be set. Bayern Munich were the next team she would come up against, and her players were undergoing training today with Landon. The American had been a wonderful presence for her during her time so far and she was grateful for him, and the Twins aswell. They had been dispatched by Quagliarella so it may be a little while before she sees them again. Tina was sat working on further training schedules when Fabio Paratici strolled onto the bus. Fans were waiting for news on Willian Jose, but Twitter had exploded by lunchtime. He had been spotted, as is usually the way, in the airport inbound lounges. She had already known he was on his way having been given the greenlight by Paratici. “We’ve got him,” he smiled, “He was only ever going to choose us I’m certain. We’ve had the financial details all outlined. He’s a very good player. We’ve done well here.” Tina smiled. It was always hard working under a director of football, something she had not done before. She understood on joining that her limit with transfers would be working hand in hand with Fabio. He would compile lists and financial deals on the potential targets, and she would get to choose from that. Willian Jose was officially unveiled as a Juventus player at 5pm away from Turin. His transfer was a straight up £17m, no extra fees and no extra clause or percentages. That didn’t leave much in the budget, but then she didn’t really need anyone else now. Jose joins on a massive four-year deal at £98,000 a week. He better be as good as Fabio insisted he was, she thought to herself, considering the outlay on him. The fans were happy enough with Willian Jose, knowing he had quality, but they were also interested to see if he could make the step up with playing at a much higher level now. Only time would tell for them and for him. Willian Jose had immediately been shipped out to Germany as the club was headed to the airport to catch a flight to Munich. With a friendly at Bayern in two days, he wouldn’t have too long to settle in and would likely be thrown in deep. He had featured in every Real Sociedad pre-season fixture so far, so he wasn’t likely to be unfit. News filtered through at the end of the day that the opening day match between Juventus and Udinese would be screened for TV. Baby steps.
  2. 30.08.2085 The Champions’ League Group Stage was drawn today. We were drawn in Group A with Athletic, Newcastle and Fortuna Dusseldorf. Massive changes in football as there is no Man Utd, Man City, Liverpool, Arsenal, Tottenham, Inter, Milan, Paris Saint Germain, Dortmund in the group stage this year! And spare a double thought for Chelsea, who have just returned to the Premiership after a season further down the table. The current holders of the competition are Leeds United. | --------------------------------------------------------------------| | Group A | | --------------------------------------------------------------------| | FK Partizan | Athletic | Newcastle | F. Dusseldorf | | --------------------------------------------------------------------| | Group B | | --------------------------------------------------------------------| | West Ham | Juventus | Valencia | Stade Rennais | | --------------------------------------------------------------------| | Group C | | --------------------------------------------------------------------| | Sevilla | Sporting CP | Olympique Lyon | Brighton | | --------------------------------------------------------------------| | Group D | | --------------------------------------------------------------------| | Barcelona | Lazio | Panathinaikos | Botosani | | --------------------------------------------------------------------| | Group E | | --------------------------------------------------------------------| | Leeds United | Benfica | CFR Cluj | Kobenhavn | | --------------------------------------------------------------------| | Group F | | --------------------------------------------------------------------| | OGC Nice | Wolfsburg | Ajax | Atalanta | | --------------------------------------------------------------------| | Group G | | --------------------------------------------------------------------| | FC Bayern | AS Monaco | Zenit | Feyenoord | | --------------------------------------------------------------------| | Group H | | --------------------------------------------------------------------| | Everton | RB Leipzig | RB Salzburg | Viktoria Plzen | | --------------------------------------------------------------------|
  3. 4th August 2018 - Friendly Stadio Fratelli Paschiero, Cuneo, 5,980 CUNEO 1905 vs. JUVENTUS Szczesny; Bonucci, Lascelles, Cancelo, Evra; Matuidi, Can, Cuadrado, Dybala, Costa; Ronaldo Tina revelled at the squad that she had been able to name for this one. Her front four was dynamite and a pure menace to some of the best sides in the world let alone poor Cuneo 1905. There had been no further news on the transfer of Willian Jose. Tina, with now five defenders out with various injuries, had no choice but to include the defender no-one was happy with signing. Lascelles would get his debut in this match, but it wasn’t like he had really changed the shirt colours. She knew he would do just fine. There were also inclusions for Szczesny, Matuidi, Cuadrado, Dybala, Costa and Ronaldo. Today was also the day for the odds being released by FC Update.NL and the club, as expected, were 2-1 favourites to win the title. Inter were the nearest challengers at 3-1 and Napoli and Roma held 7-2 and 4-1 respectively. Frosinone, Empoli and Parma were all joint favourites to go down. Cristiano Scazzola shook her hand as the pair took up their spots on the benches. The tiny stadium in Cuneo was alive with noise as the home side got to experience some real talent in their own ground. The home side kicked the game off, but it was real tough going on a very poor pitch, and sadly for them Sulayman Jallow found that out the hard way when his foot got stuck on a rough patch of grass. At that point, Tina was supremely concerned of her own players suffering a same fate. The first ten minutes thankfully passed without further injury incident, though chances were few and far between in the 33-degree weather heating the Cuneo stadium. But when a looping ball crept over the top, Cancelo made an absolute hash of it. He nodded it literally five yards, and right into the path of Vlad Marin. The Cuneo winger didn’t need to be asked twice, and when he lashed the volley in, the home crowd went absolutely wild. The visitors needed a response, and Cancelo needed to make amends. The right back made no mistake when he broke down the right, Matuidi playing him over the defensive line with a sumptuous ball. The full back crossed right into the path of the onrushing Cuadrado, and he lashed home from five yards to draw Juventus level. The game settled slightly, as both sides began to accept the pitch for the poor beast that it was. Evra was on fine form down the left, defying the years with darting runs, and he eventually earned a very well placed freekick. Up stepped Dybala, and the Argentine maestro curled in a beautiful freekick that the Cuneo goalkeeper Marcone was simply unable to prevent. He didn’t even bother moving. Juventus were on cloud nine now, and the attacks began to come thick and fast. Douglas Costa dispossessed down the left and made a forty-yard run with the ball, before he crossed in wonderfully for Ronaldo to rise and meet head on, Marcone flapping at thin air as the ball was in the back of the net before his feet even touched the ground. There was just no stopping them now and when Evra broke into the box, the left back definitely had shot on the mind. He revved up ready to lash it, but thought better when Ronaldo left his marker, and when the Portugal captain strode ahead of his defender, he met the pass and tucked it home with his left foot. Just two minutes later, Dybala was once again stepping up to take yet another freekick, extremely similar to the one on the left, but much more to the right this time. His technique was the same, and the end result was the same, as the ball left the ground and hit the top corner with supreme precision. Cuneo exposed long ball defensive frailties again, Marin proving the difference with a long cross that dropped low over the top of the defence. Spizzichino and Tafa were both on hand, taking advantage of Lascelles who wasn’t concentrating, and Cancelo was once again nowhere to be seen. Spizzichino got to it first and slid to tuck it past Szczesny. It was another poor goal to concede and Tina was disappointed. Despite the scoreline, the maximum capacity crowd were still singing loudly as half time came and went. Tina made only one change at half time, Stephy Mavididi replacing Douglas Costa, before then swapping positions with Ronaldo. Alberto Testa picked up an early yellow card for a stupid tackle on Dybala, and the Argentine couldn’t direct the freekick on target. Ronaldo also missed a golden chance for another goal, floating a shot just wide. Ten minutes later, Dybala curled a freekick from the left into the box, and whilst Bonucci got on the end of it, he couldn’t do much else other than a stab at it, and Marcone pulled off a decent save. Tina made a triple substitution after 65 minutes, Bentancur, Kastanos and Bernardeschi all coming for the last 25 minutes of the game. It was such a nice feeling to know she had all these options to fill the bench and the first eleven. Bernardeschi continued to show his talent and was the first substitute to feature in the game, putting a tantalising ball into the box that Ronaldo could once again only head wide of the post. Kastanos, who had been involved in winning the freekick for Bernardeschi, was showing some decent skills too, and continued that when he and Bentancur broke into the box with a one-two. Kastanos was then hauled down and he had earned a penalty. There was no doubt that Ronaldo wanted it, and he tucked it home easily under the right side of the keeper. Ronaldo seemed invigorated by the penalty and dropped deep to pick the ball back up. The attacker broke forward at least forty yards and lashed a vicious shot at Marcone that the keeper could do nothing about. The ball hit his palm but was far too powerful and just flew into the net. Moise Kean came into the game late on for Ronaldo, who was beginning to tire after putting in one hell of a shift. Cazim Suljic picked up a second yellow card late on after bringing Kean down shortly after he came on, though there wasn’t enough time for Bernardeschi to even take the freekick. The game had come to a close. But Tina felt that it had done little to appease those who weren’t happy so far with her reign. CUNEO (2) 2 Marin 18, Spizzichino 40 JUVENTUS (5) 7 Cuadrado 20, Dybala 26, 32, Ronaldo 27, 31, pen78, 80
  4. 25.08.2085 FK Partizan vs. Sloboda Uzice Viktor Hark Stadium, 78,151 Jelen Superliga, 6/37 Camba; Vernaglia, Cano, Blanchard, Messaoudi; Ellis, Vinicius, Gregorio, Gyimah; Iglesias, Gallucci We made no changes as we welcomed Sloboda to the Viktor Hark Stadium, with us looking to make it six out of six for the campaign so far, while they were bottom of the pile with only three points. Ellis once again proved his fee worthy from last season, £115m, when he crossed perfectly for Gallucci to head against the bar, before he tapped the rebound home. Gyimah then notched his first of the season with a strong shot from the left after having picked up a Vinicius cross that evaded Gallucci. A counter attack allowed us to find our third, Gallucci and Iglesias combining down the left to pick out Vinicius in the centre for a simple tap in, FIFA style. Ellis continued his fine performance in the 2nd half, whipping a cross in that hit Gallucci in the heel before finding its way to Gregorio who slotted it home easily from ten yards. Our touch in front of goal is simply unreal at times. Vinicius bagged another when he stuck a fine shot into the top corner after finding the ball on the edge of the area. Gyimah set up for the sixth when his corner was cleared away, but only into the path of Gregorio, who was on hand to make sure the follow up found the empty bottom corner with the keeper missing. We opted against substitutes in favour of continuing our attacks, but we couldn’t add any further goals in this one as we saw out the month competitively unbeaten. FK Partizan 6 – 0 Sloboda Uzice Hugo Gallucci 14, Prince Gyimah 23, Murilo Vinicius 37, 56, Gianluca Gregorio 48, 66
  5. 12.08.2085 TRANSFER OUT | --------------------------------------------------------------------| | Name | Club | Age | Fee | | --------------------------------------------------------------------| | Xabier Perez | Athletic Club | 22 | £24.5m (£35m) | | --------------------------------------------------------------------| | --------------------------------------------------------------------| | Name | Club | Age | Fee | | --------------------------------------------------------------------| | Stefan Rasic | RB Leipzig | 20 | Season-loan | | Wolfgang Binzenbach | Wolfsburg | 20 | Season-loan | | Ivan Stojanovic | Radnicki Nis | 18 | Season-loan | | --------------------------------------------------------------------| 18.08.2085 Radnicki Nis vs. FK Partizan Cair, 18,151 Jelen Superliga, 5/37 Camba; Vernaglia, Cano, Blanchard, Messaoudi; Ellis, Vinicius, Gregorio, Gyimah; Iglesias, Gallucci Radnicki are back in the top flight for the first time in twelve years. Club legend Gyimah returns to the first team squad for the first time this season, the 34-year-old having been with the club since he was 19 and is the club record assist maker. Cano also returns for Sanou as I seek to make a him and Blanchard the eventual pairing. Early chances fell our way with Gyimah and Gregorio missing before Vinicius hit a belter from just outside the area to open the scoring. We were wasteful in front of goal as the half wore on, but Gregorio added to the tally with a carbon copy of the Vinicius goal, while Camba made three top drawer saves. The second half saw Vinicius bang another top finish in within minutes of the restart, Gregorio hitting the post trying to copy him. Ellis picked Gallucci out with a great corner that the Argentine striker looped into the bottom corner from a tight angle. Gyimah had a quiet game so we replaced him with Allerheiligen. Vinicius completed his first hat-trick in three years with the pick of his goals, a low driven shot that fizzed into the goal. We took him and Iglesias off, who had been absent, for Kabore and Mathieu, who would be making his debut. Mathieu picked up a debut goal when he chucked himself at an Ellis cross that was meant for Gallucci, scrappy at best but who really cared, the lad done good. We are now unbeaten in twelve in all competitions. Radnicki Nis 0 – 6 FK Partizan Murilo Vinicius 16, 47, 66, Gianluca Gregorio 44, Hugo Gallucci 59, Paul Mathieu 86
  6. 11.08.2085 FK Partizan vs. Cukaricki Stankom Viktor Hark Stadium, 100,182 Jelen Superliga, 4/37 Camba; Vernaglia, Sanou, Blanchard, Messaoudi; Ellis, Vinicius, Gregorio, Gill; Iglesias, Gallucci We made two defensive changes, as Blanchard came in to replace the unfit Cano, for his debut, and Vernaglia returned in place of last week’s hero Aubert. Having witnessed a flurry of loan deals outwards, we were still well equipped in the youth side so we put some youngsters on the bench today to potentially give them a chance. Gregorio opened the scoring for us with a low drive from outside the box very early on, before Ellis crossed deep to allow Iglesias to get on the end of it to slide it in. Gregorio bagged another before half time, midfield maestro Vinicius sending a freekick right on to the top of the guy’s head with supreme precision. The second half brought more of the same, and when Vinicius made his mark yet again by bending in a superb freekick, I decided to introduce two central midfielders for their debut, Nolan and Kabore. Grundemann also came on for Iglesias but there was no impact from him, and we saw the game out easily once more. Blanchard had a great debut at the back and we are very excited by him, potentially as the long-term successor for Sanou, but the game belonged to Gregorio who was unplayable. FK Partizan 4 – 0 Cukaricki Stankom Gianluca Gregorio 2, 44, Joaquin Iglesias 16, Murilo Vinicius 60 12.08.2085 We today made a further £14m on Pascal Paul (50% of next sale clause) as he moved from FK Rad to Gladbach for £28m. We sold him originally for £4.2m.
  7. 04.08.2085 Javor Ivanjica vs. FK Partizan Slavisa Vukobratovic Arena, 10,797 Jelen Superliga, 3/37 Camba; Aubert, Sanou, Cano, Messaoudi; Ellis, Vinicius, Gregorio, Gill; Iglesias, Gallucci We had to make a couple of changes for this away fixture against last season runners up Javor, remarkably their first top two finish since 2073/74 season. Aubert and Gallucci came in for the failed fitness pair they replaced. It was of course always reasonable to assume that Aubert and Gallucci would either shine or simmer on their debut, and when he snapped a right foot cross in for Gallucci to slice home, it was the former. Aubert continued to play out of socks for most of the match, passing to Gregorio who then looped a ball to his right that Vinicius took a touch with and then slotted past the home keeper. Aubert had a debut to remember and picked up the player of the match award. It was nice for Camba to pick up his first clean sheet of the season too as we ran out easy winners. Javor Ivanjica 0 – 2 FK Partizan Hugo Gallucci 34, Murilo Vinicius 49 05.08.2085-10.08.2085 TRANSFERS OUT | --------------------------------------------------------------------| | Name | Club | Age | Fee | | --------------------------------------------------------------------| | Jasmin Dedic | Napredak Krusevac | 19 | Season-loan | | --------------------------------------------------------------------| | Nedeljko Leposavic | Mladost Lucani | 18 | Free | | --------------------------------------------------------------------| | Bojan Fazliji | Borac Cacak | 19 | Free | | --------------------------------------------------------------------| | Luis Antonio | Academica Coimbra | 21 | Season-loan | | --------------------------------------------------------------------| | Nikola Boras | Javor Ivanjica | 18 | Season-loan | | --------------------------------------------------------------------| | Gonzalo Mendez | Hamburger SV | 18 | Season-loan | | --------------------------------------------------------------------| | Gavin Hancock | Javor Ivanjica | 21 | Season-loan | | --------------------------------------------------------------------|
  8. Voted. I must be getting older or blinder or both - I never saw this thread at the top of the page.
  9. 28.07.2085 FK Partizan vs. Borac Cacak Viktor Hark Stadium, 94,136 Jelen Superliga, 2/37 Camba; Vernaglia, Sanou, Cano, Messaoudi; Ellis, Vinicius, Gregorio, Gill; Iglesias, Grundemann We named an unchanged side as went up against one of our favourite whipping teams from the past ten years. Still high off the back of the derby mauling, we went ahead early on again, and once again it was an own goal that helped us on our way, Stamenic looping the ball over his own keeper’s head. Iglesias was next to find the back of the net, meeting the cross of Gill from the left and powering a header home. Iglesias struggled last season so it’s good to see him scoring. Owen Ellis bagged the third, smashing home from long range just before half time, but that only came after Borac bagged a consolation from the penalty spot, Cano the culprit, former Partizan alumni Surdoski slamming home from the spot. It’s worth knowing that this was the first time Borac had scored against in three years. Murilo Vinicius came out for the second with a fervour, slotting home from the spot after Iglesias was fouled before tucking another one in for his second of the game. He then sadly went off injured and was replaced by Tanaskovic. We kept plugging away as we tried to make the most of being on top, but there wasn't much action following that second Vinicius effort, and we ran the game out as easy winners. FK Partizan 5 – 1 Borac Cacak Dulsan Stamenic og27, Joaquin Iglesias 30, Owen Ellis 41, Murilo Vinicius pen48, 52 – Saso Surdoski pen38 01.08.2085 Murilo Vinicius claimed the July award for Player of the Month, having scored four goals in the two games this season, whilst our left midfielder Stuart Gill also made the top three. | ------------------------------------------------------------| | | Name | Club | Apps | Avg. | | ------------------------------------------------------------| | 1 | Murilo Vinicius | FK Partizan | 2 | 9.35 | | 2 | Zoran Gegic | FK Rad | 2 | 8.95 | | 3 | Stuart Gill | FK Partizan | 2 | 9.15 | | ------------------------------------------------------------|
  10. 21.07.2085 Crvena Zvezda vs. FK Partizan Rajko Mitic, 69,422 Jelen Superliga, 1/37 Camba; Vernaglia, Sanou, Cano, Messaoudi; Ellis, Vinicius, Gregorio, Gill; Iglesias, Grundemann Our first game of the new season saw us head to arch rivals Crvena Zvezda, the only team who took points off us last season in the final game of the campaign. There were no new seasonal debuts as all players resumed from last season, and we got off to a flyer early on. Opposition defender Gabor Horvath found the back of his own net twice, both being super unfortunate for him but great for us. The first was a rebound from the keeper after he saved a tasty shot from Gregorio, but then the second he made a complete hash of an attempted clearance that just rolled into his own goal. Gregorio lashed in a superb low effort after he picked the ball up in midfield to make it three before half time, but this game was about to get manic in the second half. Vinicius whipped in a freekick from the right side to get his seasonal scoring under way before Igor Ristic pulled one back for the home side, robbing Sanou of the ball and calmly slotting one in for the home side. Vinicius then scored again just after that one, a low drive finding the bottom corner, before a late Obradovic stunner off a superb volley that had been saved tried to put the dampener on the game. Gill and Iglesias both found the net in injury time with simple tap in's, the home side looking shockingly tired by this point, but we also simply couldn’t be stopped towards the end. It was a great win to start the season, especially against them. Belgrade runs black and white for another portion of a season. Crvena Zvezda 2 – 7 FK Partizan Igor Ristic 57, Vasilije Obradovic 89 - Gabor Horvath og5, og25, Gianluca Gregorio 37, Murilo Vinicius 50, 60, Stuart Gill 90+1, Joaquin Iglesias 90+3
  11. Strange one with leagues really, I've put some on and off for years in the save file. But currently, I've got; All leagues from Croatia, Denmark, England, France, Germany, Greece, Holland, Iceland, Italy, Portugal, Scotland, Serbia and Spain. Top leagues from Romania, Russia and Belgium. We've not had any strange teams magically working their way up the leagues, and every team currently in the Premiership has been there before. Chesterfield have been there before, and Bristol City and Brentford have been there too, but no other teams who haven't played there have made it up yet. Current big guns are Everton and West Ham, they've dominated the top two for a good ten years now, but in the 65 years of game play, only Man Utd, Man City, Everton, West Ham have won the title, except Liverpool who finally managed to win it for the first time in 2071/72. Chelsea got relegated last season, and Man Utd are currently bottom of the Premiership. Closest team to the Premiership who haven't been there before is Colchester, 23rd in the Championship. Notts County and Wrexham are top of League One, while Dulwich Hamlet are the the most random team in the football league, while Bradford City are the lowest ranked former Premiership team, 11th in League Two. Last seasons Premiership top four was Everton, the winners, Brighton runners up, Newcastle 3rd and West Ham 4th. Everton have won the league ten times in thirteen seasons.
  12. Training Camp, Cuneo, 3rd August 2018 The fans weren’t happy. As news had broke that Daniele Rugani had effectively been swapped for Jamaal Lascelles, they expressed severe disappointment that the signing of Lascelles reflected a poor change in stance on the club transfer policy. Having spent the money to bring in Cristiano Ronaldo, they had now paid for a Newcastle United defender. They were definitely not happy. They even expressed that they didn’t expect him to be back-up. They just hated the whole transfer. The whole thing had angered Tina. The club wasn’t in need of a first team world beating defender straight away, and Lascelles had plenty of time to improve. He was playing, above average at times, in a very sub-standard Newcastle United side. At least give him the chance, she thought. In turn, it just made her more certain that she wanted to play him in the friendly against Cuneo, and that could happen as he had already arrived in Turin, and was on his way out. The club was heading straight to Germany for the friendly against Bayern Munich on the 7th so he would be joining up with them regardless. The idea of playing Lascelles picked up further when Chiellini hurt himself in training. A tight calf had limited his involvement in the early training session of the day, and by 2pm he had checked out completely for the afternoon. Another player had made the journey out, travelling with Lascelles, having impressed in training and in the previous U23 game at Perugia. Grigoris Kastanos was relishing the chance to join up with players he admired, and it would be a great experience for him. The pre-match press conference for Cuneo hurried round, but as expected, the media weren’t interested at all in the game. “How do you think the fans feel knowing a respected defender in Rugani has been replaced by a second-rate Premiership defender who has only ever excelled in English Championship football?” Tina shrugged, “A player has to start somewhere, and whether that be Barcelona, Manchester United or Newcastle, it doesn’t make a difference. Jamaal brings a solid pedigree, and a proven record of excelling in a very, very physical division of football. Give him a chance, he might just go on and surprise you." “There are rumours that you will blood him in straight away against Cuneo?” "I’m not sure at the moment what my starting eleven will be, but looking at our injury list, it’s very possible who will not be there. We are missing a few of those defenders, so we may need to look at him for the job tomorrow.” “Should we expect any more signings to come from the club?” “We are looking at a few targets, and are still in the hunt for Willian Jose, but that is literally all for the moment. A few players may leave if the right offer comes in.” And with that, the press conference dwindled to a close. There was hardly any mention of tomorrow, and Tina was unable to avoid the backlash of the fans for the moment. She needed a big win tomorrow to begin the forgetting process.
  13. A pleasure as always. Been playing this game for so long... if anyone has any questions btw, regarding teams, I will certainly oblige. All players have vanished so I can't help with them. 01.07.2085 Season Squad Overview Having decided to make no signings this season, this is the squad we go into the season with. There are over 40 players in the reserve squad as development players but hopefully we don’t need to make use of these for now. We have the best right midfielder in the world with Owen Ellis, and the most talented goalkeeper in Edson Camba. Having recently lost two strikers to retirement who bagged a total of around 750 goals between them for us, we now look to new striker partnership of Iglesias and Gallucci for the goals. | ------------------------------------------------------| | Name | Position | Age| Nation | | ------------------------------------------------------| | Nemanja Jovanovic | GK | 23 | SRB | | Malte Garner | GK | 20 | GER | | Edson Camba | GK | 20 | BRA | | ------------------------------------------------------| | Celso Luis Vernaglia | DR | 22 | BRA | | Jessy Aubert | DR | 17 | FRA | | Abdoul Sanou | DC | 32 | FRA | | Florent Cano | DC | 28 | FRA | | Justin Blanchard | DR/C | 20 | FRA | | Nils Beihl | DC | 20 | GER | | Youssef Messaoudi | D/WBL | 29 | ESP | | Piotr Mikolajczak | D/WBL | 21 | POL | | Xabier Perez | DL | 21 | ESP | | ------------------------------------------------------| | Murilo Vinicius | DM/M/AMC | 33 | BRA | | Gianluca Gregorio | DM/MC | 31 | ITA | | Mohamed Kabore | DM/MC | 20 | FRA | | Maxence Colin | DM/MR/C | 20 | FRA | | Ratinho | DM/MC | 18 | BRA | | Jamie Dolan | DM/M/AMC | 18 | ENG | | Owen Ellis | MR | 23 | ENG | | Axel Allerheiligen | MR | 21 | GER | | Bogdan Tanaskovic | MC | 22 | SRB | | Prince Gyimah | ML/R | 34 | GER | | Stuart Gill | ML | 24 | ENG | | ------------------------------------------------------| | Joaquin Iglesias | AMR/C/ST | 24 | ESP | | Thomas Grundemann | AMR/ST | 21 | GER | | Ardian Berisha | AMR/ST | 19 | GER | | Hugo Gallucci | AMR/L/C/ST | 24 | ARG | | Paul Mathieu | ST | 18 | FRA | | ------------------------------------------------------| Pre-Season Overview 04.07.2085 Energiya NK 0 – 10 FK Partizan Cano, Gyimah 3, Basanovic, Gregorio, Iglesias 2, Ellis 2 07.07.2085 Proleter Novi Sad 1 – 6 FK Partizan Iglesias 3, Phillips, Stanovcic 2 11.07.2085 FK Partizan 4 – 0 Rheindorf Altach Vinicius 2, Boras, Cohrs 14.07.2085 Lokomotiv Plovdiv 2 – 6 FK Partizan Gallucci 2, Stanovcic, Mendez 2
  14. FK Partizan – 2085/86 So, you’re joining me on the eve of my 21st season in charge of FK Partizan in Serbia. We have been monumentally successful over those years, and hope to continue this as my manager nears his 80th birthday, having been in charge of just under 3,500 matches in 55 years of management, winning 44 league titles and 85 cup trophies across the world. Enjoy the trip. Balance £950,289,398 Transfer Budget £882,000,000 Viktor Hark Stadium 100,182-seater Staff | ------------------------------------------------------| | Name | Staff Role | Age| Nation | | ------------------------------------------------------| | Viktor Hark | Manager | 75 | RUS | | Jerome Durand | DoF | 49 | FRA | | Miroslav Djordjevic | Assistant Manager| 55 | SRB | | ------------------------------------------------------| | Jacob Dalgaard | HoYD | 62 | DEN | | Luke Blackwell | Head Physio | 55 | ENG | | Miguel Bento | Chief Scout | 46 | POR | | ------------------------------------------------------| Staff Overview Miroslav is the best assistant manager in the world and has been with me all 21 years of my second stint with Partizan. Dalgaard has been with us seven years, and has done a grand job in helping nurture our young players. Blackwell and Bento both joined three years ago, while Durand has only been here six months.
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