mark wilson27

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About mark wilson27


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    Keen writer on the FMS Stories side of the forum. Understudy to tenthreeleader and gavrenwick in FMS Stories

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    FMSer of the Year 2011/12/15/16 & Writer of the Year 2011/12


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    Football, Formula 1, Sports in general

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    Manchester United

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  1. Blue Square Bet Premier: October | Pos | Inf | Team | | Pld | Won | Drn | Lst | For | Ag | G.D. | Pts | | -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------| | 1st | | FMS Rejects | | 15 | 12 | 3 | 0 | 40 | 9 | +31 | 39 | | -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------| | 2nd | | Grimsby | | 20 | 11 | 5 | 4 | 34 | 25 | +9 | 38 | | -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------| | 3rd | | Lincoln | | 20 | 11 | 4 | 5 | 30 | 24 | +6 | 37 | | -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------| | 4th | | Forest Green | | 20 | 9 | 8 | 3 | 33 | 18 | +15 | 35 | | -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------| | 5th | | Salisbury | | 20 | 10 | 4 | 6 | 33 | 22 | +11 | 34 | | -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------| | 6th | | York | | 20 | 10 | 4 | 6 | 31 | 22 | +9 | 34 | | -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------| | 7th | | Wrexham | | 20 | 9 | 6 | 5 | 32 | 23 | +9 | 33 | | -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------| | 8th | | Accrington | | 20 | 9 | 6 | 5 | 36 | 29 | +7 | 33 | | -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------| | 9th | | Luton | | 20 | 9 | 4 | 7 | 43 | 34 | +9 | 31 | | -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------| | 10th | | Southport | | 20 | 8 | 6 | 6 | 29 | 27 | +2 | 30 | | -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------| | 11th | | Gateshead | | 19 | 9 | 3 | 7 | 29 | 30 | -1 | 30 | | -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------| | 12th | | Cambridge | | 20 | 8 | 5 | 7 | 32 | 30 | +2 | 29 | | -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------| | 13th | | Stalybridge | | 20 | 8 | 5 | 7 | 31 | 32 | -1 | 29 | | -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------| | 14th | | Newport Co | | 20 | 8 | 4 | 8 | 26 | 27 | -1 | 28 | | -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------| | 15th | | Stockport | | 20 | 8 | 3 | 9 | 22 | 27 | -5 | 27 | | -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------| | 16th | | Macclesfield | | 19 | 7 | 5 | 7 | 25 | 29 | -4 | 26 | | -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------| | 17th | | Boreham Wood | | 20 | 7 | 4 | 9 | 26 | 28 | -2 | 25 | | -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------| | 18th | | Ebbsfleet | | 20 | 6 | 4 | 10 | 22 | 37 | -15 | 22 | | -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------| | 19th | | Alfreton | | 19 | 5 | 6 | 8 | 24 | 23 | +1 | 21 | | -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------| | 20th | | Hereford | | 19 | 5 | 3 | 11 | 21 | 33 | -12 | 18 | | -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------| | 21st | | Dartford | | 20 | 4 | 4 | 12 | 18 | 28 | -10 | 16 | | -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------| | 22nd | | Barrow | | 20 | 3 | 7 | 10 | 20 | 32 | -12 | 16 | | -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------| | 23rd | | Braintree | | 19 | 2 | 5 | 12 | 13 | 36 | -23 | 11 | | -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------| | 24th | | Woking | | 20 | 2 | 2 | 16 | 15 | 40 | -25 | 8 | | -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
  2. August 20th: Southampton (H) (2/38) We played well again as we controlled the game with ease. Southampton (Liverpool's feeder club ) didn't seem to get going but it took my side till the 39th minute to open the scoring as D.Ings rose above the defence and headed in from close range. The second half was all my side and on the 65th minute we grabbed another goal with R.Firmino running through the defence with ease and wasted no time in firing past the keeper. Five minutes later it was three nil with R.Shawcross silencing the critics with a brilliant header which no keeper would have been able to save. Southampton never got close to breaking through my defence. Liverpool 3-0 Southampton D.Ings 39, R.Firmino 65, R.Shawcross 70
  3. December 2017: December 9th: The draw for the group stage of the World Cup 2018 has taken place and is as follows:- Group A: Iran, Mali, Russia, Ukraine Group B: France, Saudi Arabia, Switzerland, Uruguay Group C: Colombia, Germany, Japan, Spain Group D: Holland, Italy, South Africa, U.S.A Group E: Chile, Costa Rica, England, Turkey Group F: Argentina, Ghana, Honduras, Portugal Group G: Belgium, Brazil, Greece, Nigeria Group H: Australia, Cameroon, Mexico, Serbia
  4. Ireland v Ukraine (Aviva Stadium, Dublin) World Cup Play-off 2nd Leg (agg 2-3) Ireland got off to a cracking start as within two minutes S.Long had given them the lead with a low effort which beat the keeper with ease. Ireland were all over the Ukrainians and on the 24th minute they took the aggregate lead as S.Long added another goal with a bullet of a header from a J.Hendrick cross. Five minutes later Ireland were forced into a change as J.Mason came on for the injured A.Doran. With six minutes remaining in the half though Ukraine pulled a goal back as M.Devic beat the offside trap and fired under the onrushing D.Randolph. The second half saw Ireland controlling the play with ease but failed to break down the Ukrainian defence. With ten minutes remaining in the game though Ukraine countered the Irish and M.Devic restored the aggregate lead. Ireland piled on the pressure in search of the killer goal but on the 89th minute they were left exposed at the back and O.Gladkyi fired in to send the away side through to the World Cup Finals meaning only England from the home nations have qualified Ireland 2-3 Ukraine S.Long 2, 24 / M.Devic 39, 80, O.Gladkyi 89 D.Randolph, R.Keogh (capt), S.Duffy, R.Kiernan, D.Williams (K.Naughton), A.Doran (inj 29-J.Mason), J.McCarthy, J.Hendrick, J.Grealish, S.Long, S.Cox (D.McGoldrick) Booked: J.McCarthy, J.Hendrick Ukraine qualify for the World Cup 6-4 on aggregate
  5. October 30th: Salisbury (H) (15/46) We again controlled the game with ease and it wasn't long till we had our first chance as on the 3rd minute Terk threaded the ball between the defence to the feet of BenArsenal who fired the ball into the arms of the keeper. Twelve minutes later we had another chance with BenArsenal again coming close as he rose above the defence and headed just wide of the post from Neilhoskins cross. On the 28th minute we finally opened the scoring as BenArsenal hit the back of the net with a rasping effort from just outside the area. Ten minutes later he made it two nil with a powerful effort from ten yards which gave the keeper little chance of saving. The second half saw us relaxing again and on the 63rd minute S.Nana Twumasi beat the offside trap and fired under Kernunos who was quite slow to react. Salisbury carried on piling on the pressure but with seven minutes remaining in the game we countered them and Neilhoskins finished a great team move to secure us all three points and continue our unbeaten league start FMS Rejects 3-1 Salisbury BenArsenal 28, 38, Neilhoskins 84 / S.Nana Twumasi 63 Kernunos, Copperhorse, JDoyle, Celtic_1967 (EvilDave), Balthazars, CFuller, Neilhoskins (capt), Mark Wilson, Salkster (Tenthreeleader), BenArsenal, Terk October 31st: Injury news sees Edtheguy resuming full training after bruising his thigh around a fortnight ago
  6. October 26th: Boreham Wood (A) (14/46) We controlled the game with ease and on the 13th minute we came close to scoring with a long range effort from Terk which had the keeper at full stretch to save. Ten minutes later BenArsenal came close as he broke into the area and tried a curling effort towards goal but the ball was diverted wide of the post. On the 28th minute we finally broke the deadlock as Salkster cheekily lobbed the keeper from outside the area after spotting him just off his line. With six minutes remaining in the half we made it two nil as CFuller curled in a free-kick from 25 yards after Terk was brought down on the way to goal. The second half saw us carrying on with the domination and on the 54th minute Tenthreeleader came close with a long range effort which had the keeper scrambling along the line to save. Soon after though we added goal number three with Terk beating the offside trap and rounded the keeper to slot home into the empty net. With ten minutes remaining in the game we had our final chance with Terk heading straight into the keeper arms when it was easier for him to score Boreham Wood 0-3 FMS Rejects Salkster 28, CFuller 39, Terk 69 Kernunos, Copperhorse, JDoyle, Celtic_1967, Balthazars, CFuller, Neilhoskins (capt) (Tenthreeleader), Mark Wilson, Salkster, BenArsenal, Terk Booked: BenArsenal
  7. November 21st: Scotland v Greece (Hampden Park, Glasgow) World Cup Play-off 2nd Leg (agg 0-2) Scotland knew they had to come out fighting and they did just that as on the 15th minute they took the lead with L.Milne heading in from close range. However their attacking approach saw them countered two minutes later with K.Mitroglou curling in from just outside the area. Scotland carried on the forward pressure and just before the break they came close again with J.Rhodes firing just wide of the post from just outside the area. The second half was all Scotland as they piled forward and on the hour they came close with a low shot which beat the keeper but not the upright. Greece weren't really get much from the ball but on the 86th minute they countered Scotland and G.Samaras fired in past the keeper to send Greece through to the World Cup Scotland 1-2 Greece L.Milne 15 / K.Mitroglou 17, G.Samaras 86 C.Bell (inj 51-D.Marshall), C.Paterson (J.Naismith), S.Findley, D.Wilson, A.Robertson, S.Brown (capt), J.McArthur, R.Snodgrass, L.Milne, A.Connolly (S.Naismith), J.Rhodes Greece qualify for the World Cup 4-1 on aggregate
  8. August 2016: August 2nd: Our first friendly of the month saw us beating Modena away 2-0 with D.Ings grabbing a brace August 5th: I have been informed that J.Milner has decided to end his International career after playing 61 times for England and scoring just the one goal. It will be good news for the club as it means he will be hopefully fresher for the club. We also played another friendly against Genclerbirligi and beat them 4-1 with goals from J.Milner, D.Sturridge, S.Mane and A.Mitrovic August 8th: I have been asked to pick my teams Captain and Vice Captain. Jordan Henderson will be the Captain with James Milner being my Vice Captain. We also faced A.C. Milan in a friendly and beat them with ease 2-0 with D.Ings and P.Coutinho grabbing the goals August 10th: Injury news sees M.Grujic resuming full training after being out for around six weeks with concussion August 11th: The draw for the EFL Cup 2nd Round sees us drawn at home against Sky Bet League Two side Blackpool. Other news sees M.Sakho back to training after his heel injury August 13th: Chelsea (A) Premier Division (1/38) Six minutes into the game we took the lead as S.Mane curled in from outside the area after beating the defence to a loose ball. On the 19th minute it was two nil with D.Sturridge heading in after the Chelsea defence went AWOL. However six minutes later D.Costa pulled a goal back with a fine strike which beat my keeper with ease. It was end to end football and with seven minutes remaining in the half Pedro levelled the scores with a low shot. The second half was just as entertaining with both the Chelsea side and my side going for it. On the 64th minute we retook the lead as R.Firmino beat the offside trap and slotted in past the diving keeper. Six minutes later though D.Costa levelled with his second of the game with a great effort which rattled in off the crossbar. On the 73rd minute Chelsea took the lead for the first time in the game with a wonderful strike from Oscar which would have beaten any keeper in the world. With two minutes remaining in the game the final goal was scored as R.Firmino headed in from a corner. What an opening game to the season Chelsea 4-4 Liverpool D.Costa 25, 70, Pedro 38, Oscar 73 / S.Mane 6, D.Sturridge 19, R.Firmino 64, 88 August 18th: Injury news sees L.Karius back to full training after recovering from his broken hand
  9. July 4th: Today I made my first signing as I brought in Stoke City 28yr old defender Ryan Shawcross for £15,250,000. The fee could eventually rise to £18,250,000 July 9th: My first friendly saw us facing Tampine and we easily beat them 4-0 with D.Sturridge, D.Ings, P.Coutinho and A.Lallana grabbing the goals July 19th: My next signing sees Aleksandar Mitrovic joining from Newcastle for a fee of £25,000,000. He is a 21yr old Serbian striker July 23rd: Our next friendly sees us facing Waasland-Beveren and we made it hard work to beat them 3-2. P.Coutinho, E.Can and D.Origi all grabbed the goals July 29th: The odds for the Premier Division title sees us priced at 19/1 with the favourites being Man.Utd at 3-1. We have also been priced a 70/1 to go down July 30th: The final friendly of the month sees us facing Stade Rennais FC. We were by far the better side and beat the 2-1 with E.Can and P.Coutinho grabbing the goals. In truth though we should have scored about seven or eight.
  10. Played on FM17 Touch. Only English Database loaded July 1st 2016: In a shock move Liverpool has signed former Man.Utd player Mark Wilson on a one year contract. The fans are far from happy but the board believe he is the man to bring the Premier League trophy to Anfield for the first time since the 1989/90 season. Yes it has been THAT long.... The squad he has inherited is as follows:- Players highlighted in Italics are injured Goalkeepers: A.Manninger (39), S.Mignolet (28), L.Karius (23) Defence: R.Klavan (30), D.Lovren (26), M.Sakho (26), T.Ilori (23), J.Matip (24), N.Clyne (25), A.Moreno (23) Midfield: L.Leiva (29), K.Stewart (22), J.Henderson (26), M.Grujic (20), E.Can (22), J.Milner (30), A.Lallana (28), S.Mane (24), G.Wiljnaldum (25), P.Coutinho (24), R.Firmino (24) Attackers: D.Sturridge (26), D.Origi (21), D.Ings (23) The physio has given me an injury update and the first team injuries are as follows:- J.Matip will be out for 3-6 weeks with a sprained ankle M.Grujic will be out for 3-7 weeks with concussion M.Sakho will be out for 4-7 weeks with a damaged heels L.Karius will be out for around 1-2 months with a broken hand L.Leiva will be out for around 5-8 weeks with a pulled hamstring
  11. Not a great start to the season Gav. Lets hope the chairman has some patience and gives you chance to turn things around. It's always hard to have an injury crisis with a lower league squad
  12. Ukraine v Ireland (NSC Olympiyskyi, Kyiv) World Cup Play-off 1st Leg Ireland started the game poorly and on the 15th minute R.Stearman conceded a penalty with a poorly timed challenge, from the resulting penalty E.Seleznyov fired in low past A.McCarthy. Ukraine carried on the forward pressure and on the 34th minute they had another chance with a great team move which was ended with a brave smothering save by A.McCarthy. The second half was a bit better for the Irish and on the 57th minute they pulled level as D.McGoldrick slotted in from ten yards after running through a sloppy Ukrainian defence. However five minutes later O.Gladkyi restored the lead for he home side with a low curling effort. Ukraine were upping the gears some more and on the 77th minute E.Seleznyov grabbed his second with a well timed lob from 20 yards. With five minutes remaining Ireland pulled a goal back as S.Long slotted in from close range after beating the offside trap with ease. On the 87th minute though Ireland were reduced to ten men after R.Stearman was given his second yellow card and will miss the second leg. Ukraine 3-2 Ireland E.Seleznyov 15 pen, 77, O.Gladkyi 62 / D.McGoldrick 57, S.Long 85 A.McCarthy, R.Stearman (capt), S.Duffy, D.Williams, K.Naughton, J.Grealish, J.Hendrick, C.McCann (J.Mason), J.McClean(J.McCarthy), D.McGoldrick (S.Cox), S.Long Booked: C.McCann, J.Hendrick Sent Off: R.Stearman
  13. salkster - It hurt alittle but I was good to see him playing so well Ben - I'm always happy with a good thrashing (behave lads) October 19th: Forest Green (H) (12/46) After the previous result this game was a real let down with us dominating but without the forward pressure we showed against Stalybridge. In the first half we only had the single effort on goal as Terk headed wide from a Salkster cross when it was easier to score. The second half was just as bad with the play being centred in the middle third of the pitch. It wasn't a great spectacle for the fans who were hoping for a goal fest like the previous game FMS Rejects 0-0 Forest Green Kernunos, Edtheguy (Copperhorse), JDoyle, Celtic_1967, Balthazars, CFuller, Neilhoskins (capt), Mark Wilson, Salkster, BenArsenal (WLKRAS), Terk The physio has informed me that Edtheguy will be out for around a fortnight after bruising his thigh during the game October 20th: The draw for the FA Cup 4th Qualifying Round has taken place and we have been draw at home against Blue Square Bet Premier side Grimsby October 22nd: Wrexham (H) (13/46) Two minutes into the game we took the lead as BenArsenal ran onto a CFuller through-ball and dinked the ball over the onrushing keeper. Soon after we had another chance with Salkster trying his luck from outside the area but the Wrexham keeper was on hand to tip the ball over the crossbar. On the 23rd minute it was two nil as BenArsenal fired in another goal from just inside the area after running onto a loose ball. We were all over the Welsh side and with six minutes remaining in the half it was three nil with CFuller doing the honours from the corner of the area. The second half was six minutes old when the next goal was scored as A.Asante showed my defence a clean pair of heels and fired past Kernunos. On the hour mark we should have grabbed another goal but Mark Wilson somehow managed to miss from close range after running onto a BenArsenal pass. On the 67th minute Wrexham pulled another goal back with A.Asante heading past Kernunos after some poor defending saw him rise above the defence. Wrexham were starting to get back into the game but luckily for us they couldn't string enough passes together to punish us. A great first half but a real poor second half. FMS Rejects 3-2 Wrexham BenArsenal 2, 23, CFuller 39 / A.Asante 51, 67 Kernunos, Copperhorse, JDoyle, Celtic_1967, Balthazars, CFuller, Neilhoskins (capt), Mark Wilson (Tenthreeleader), Salkster, BenArsenal, Terk October 25th: After refusing the previous contract BenArsenal has finally agreed a new contract. Hopefully this means he will carry on with his recent scoring form. Other news sees Manxie_Ash returning to full training following his recent knee injury
  14. Archive has been updated CFuller.
  15. October 5th Stalybridge (H) (11/46) Fourteen minutes into the game Stalybridge were reduced to ten men after C.Ward was sent off for a professional foul in the area, CFuller stepped up for the resulting penalty and fired with pace past the keeper. On the 24th minute it was two nil with Salkster running in from the wing and curling the ball past the stand in keeper. We were all over ten man Stalybridge but failed to add to our tally in the first half. The second half was much the same as we continued to press forward and just before the hour mark we added another goal as Mark Wilson hit a thunderous effort past the keeper. On the 68th minute goal number four was scored as BenArsenal beat the offside trap and slotted the ball under the onrushing keeper much to the delight of The Cess Pool fans. Stalybridge weren't getting anything from the ball and on the 81st minute we added another goal with Celtic_1967 doing the honours with a great header from Mark Wilson's cross. Seven minutes later BenArsenal grabbed his second of the game with a low effort which gave the keeper little chance of saving. It was all too easy and with a minute remaining in the game CFuller added goal number seven with a long range effort which beat the keeper into the top corner. A great performance lads!!! FMS Rejects 7-0 Stalybridge CFuller 15 pen, 89, Salkster 24, Mark Wilson 59, BenArsenal 68, 88, Celtic_1967 81 Kernunos, Edtheguy, JDoyle, Celtic_1967, Balthazars, CFuller, Neilhoskins (capt), Mark Wilson (Gavrenwick), Salkster, BenArsenal, Terk (WLKRAS) October 13th: Injury news sees Gavrenwick out for around a month after fracturing his arm whilst playing for England U19's October 18th: More injury news sees Copperhorse returning to full training after spending three weeks out with a gashed leg