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  1. Yeah, I thought maybe Bury had suffered a few relegations... but then that still wouldn't put them low enough to play in the 1st qualifying round lol
  2. September 2019 Another decent month saw us maintain our first place position in the Combined Counties League Premier Division, opening up a 3 point lead although Guildford City (not a city) do have a game in hand and are only 3 goals worse off in goal difference. With the departure of Jon Taylor (see below), Ashley Fuller got a run out on the left in the first couple of games and although his appearance fee of £50 really makes me weep he did put in some good performances. He provided an assist in the first game against Walton & Hersham, as we comfortably beat the media's 2nd fav
  3. August 2019 Excellent first month of the new season as we surge to the top of the table. Knaphill didn't have a single shot on target as we comfortably dispatched them 2-0 thanks to goals from Ryan Cromie and Kyran Lofthouse. Bedfont Sports put up a bit more resistance despite being reduced to 10-men after 30 minutes with Matt Ruddy (MC, 17) seeing red for a two-footed tackle. There was a strange incident in the game where Chertsey's Kyran Lofthouse and Bedfont's Chris Gosling (AMC, 20) both got injured at the exact same moment in different parts of the pitch seemingly without being
  4. Most Expensive Transfers 2018/2019 Pre-Season Paulo Dybala (AMC/ST, 25)- Juventus to Paris Saint-Germain- £108 Million Eden Hazard (AML/C, 28)- Chelsea to Paris Saint-Germain- £83 Million Mauro Icardi (ST, 26)- Inter Milan to Manchester City- £76 Million (£105 Million) Youri Tielemans (MC, 22)- AS Monaco to Manchester United- £55 Million (£81 Million) Keita Balde (AML/ST, 24)- AS Monaco to Manchester United- £52 Million (£59 Million) Andrea Belotti (ST, 25)- Torino to Manchester United- £50 Million (£74 Million) Benjamin Henrichs (DR, 22)- Bayer Leverkusen to Tottenham Hotspur- £45 Millio
  5. Pre-Season 2019/2020 Not the best pre-season, as several high profile games backfired a bit and we had demoralising draws against lower opposition. We got off to a good start beating parent affiliate club Hampton & Richmond Borough u23's 3-1 but after that it was a couple of frustrating 1-1 draws and poor performances against Claygate Royals (Surrey South Eastern Combination Junior Division One) and Royal Holloway Old Boys (Kent County Football League Division One Central and East). I arranged a glamour friendly against West Ham United u23's in which we got beaten heavily 4-0 BUT
  6. 2018/2019 League/Competition Winners La Liga- Barcelona Premier League- Manchester City Bundesliga- Borussia Dortmund Serie A- Juventus Ligue 1- Paris Saint-Germain FIFA Club World Cup- Tottenham Hotspur (England) UEFA Champions League- Barcelona (Spain) UEFA Europa League- Liverpool (England) CAF Champions League- Bidvest Wits (South Africa) CAF Confederations Cup- Kaizer Chiefs (South Africa) AFC Champions League- Shanghai SIPG (China) AFC Cup- Bengaluru (India) CONCACAF Champions League- Pumas de la Unam (Mexico) OFC Champions League- Canterbury United (New Z
  7. Thanks, it was better than I was expecting, it looks like a tough league to get out of though so a lot of improvement is needed.
  8. Last update concerning England for the 2018/2019 season, taking a look at how Hersham FC did in their second season once I left the club. They went on to overtake Chessington K.C 'A' to win the Surrey South Eastern Combination Junior Division Four with both clubs gaining promotion to Division Three next year. They dominated the league stats for the 2018/2019 season- Jordaan Robinson finished as the top scorer with 11 goals in 14(3) appearances in the league (18 goals in 25 appearances in all competitions). Max Paterson was third on the list with 6 league goals in 16(1) appearances. J
  9. England 2018/2019 Review Part Three Kenny Jackett's Bolton Wanderers returned to the Championship after just one season in League One, finishing as champions and 7 points clear from second placed Southend United. 6th place Portsmouth beat 5th place AFC Wimbledon in the playoffs to become the third team going up. Yet again two newly promoted clubs went straight back down in Yeovil Town and Mansfield Town, with Bury and Rotherham United joining them in League Two next season. Long(ish) serving manager Keith Hill saw his Rochdale side promoted to League One as ch
  10. England 2018/2019 Review Part Two Sunderland, managed by Slaven Bilic made it back to the Premier League at the second time of asking as winners of the Championship. They were joined by David Adams' Wolverhampton Wanderers, who were spearheaded by the evergreen 35-year old striker Klaas-Jan Huntelaar (14 goals in 45 Appearances). Nathan Jones' Leeds United overcame Aitor Karanka's Stoke City and Jaap Stam's Preston North End in the playoffs to end Leeds United's 15 year exodus from the English top flight. At the other end of the table, it was misery for two newly
  11. England 2018/2019 Review Part One Pep Guardiola's Manchester City made it back-to-back Premier League titles, finishing 9 points ahead of local rivals Manchester United, still managed by Jose Mourinho. Arsene Wenger left Arsenal at the end of last season to manage France, with former Sporting Lisbon manager Jorge Jesus taking over and leading the Gunners to 3rd place. The top four was completed by Tottenham Hotspur, with star striker Harry Kane being awarded the Premier League Golden Boot with 20 goals, ahead of Swansea City's Wilfried Bony (18). Chelsea manager Zinedi
  12. April/May 2019 There was only one game played in May so I decided to combine the last two months of the season into one update. It began with an eventual blowout win over Sheerwater, despite the game being finely balanced at 1-1 after 63 minutes. Matt Rodrigues-Barbosa and Ryan Cromie (off the bench) added four goals in the final twenty minutes to leave the oppositon shellshocked. We were then subsequently outclassed by eventual league winners North Greenford United 4-2. Their strike force has been lethal all season with Silvano Obeng (23) scoring 36 goals in the league (41 in
  13. March 2019 The month started off with a decent 2-2 draw against league leaders Whyteleafe, but it could have been better had Matt Rodrigues-Barbosa not missed a 3rd minute penalty. He did make up for it by scoring our second goal in the 70th minute, with Adrian Burditt, who was only starting due to Alex Malins' suspension, scoring the other. I gave some debuts to the youth intake players in the second game against Westfield, with Chris Woozley and Jon Taylor starting and Ross Chandler coming on for the second half. Unfortunately this backfired somewhat with Woozley going off in
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