dj clark boy

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    Working for lidil at moment as a store assistant.

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    Newcastle United Fc

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  1. Vanarama National League South 2019/20 End of Season Review / Start of Season Preview Again predicted by the media to have yet another relegation battle, we started off well but our end season form was shocking and we got dragged into the relegation battle as predicted. Also i rejected two job offers from Accrington Stanley and Bristol Rovers who were in higher divisions. League Table Past Positions Ghrap - As you can see this was a bit poor season compared to the last two season i was wanting to be more tight at the back but that did not happen. FA Cup- Knocked out by lower league team in the first qualifying round. FA Trophy- Got to the second round this year played Dover and got beat 2-1 in a decent game. Transfer History- I went for experience this season to try help the younger players in the team develop. Squad- I thought the team did well apart from the end of season form due to injuries. Key Player Profiles: Marcin Brzozowski- Only came in for cover and ended up being first choice goalkeeper later in the season. Thanasis Labernakis- A Right wing back for his age he was decent player glad i bought him in. Harry Smith-Top Scorer this season was joy watching him play hope i can keep a hold of him. Reise Allassani- Managed to sign a contract with the team for two years, And was pleased because he had good partnership with Harry Smith. Jose Mourinho-Decided to give him a run in the first team after impressing in the under 23 team did well. Career Overview: season Division Position Achievements ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2017/18 Vanarama National League South 11th 2018/19 Vanarama National League South 9th 2019/20 Vanarama National League South 18th
  2. Vanarama National League South 2018/19 end of season review / Start of Season Preview We were predicted by the media to have yet another relegation battle, i was looking to try squad rotate this season as i never did it last year. League Table Past Positions Ghraph -We had decent season again, just wish we were bit more tighter at the back. Fa Cup -A 3-1 defeat to Welling seen us go out the competition in the qualifying rounds. FA Trophy- Took St. Albans to a reply after a 2-2 draw in the first game, in the reply had to make few changes and we got beat 3-1 . Squad- Try to rotate the team in order keep players fresh and fit. Transfer History-This Season i wanted to get rid few players to reduce wage bill. Finances Summary- Still in the red but players due to leave will hopefully help increase the wage budget a bit at the club we are spending way to much on players. Key Player Profiles: Alex Bass - One Of two players i bought in on loan was good season too. Kwame Asamoah- The young midfielder was joy to watch will be try get him in on loan again or permit deal. Reise Allassani-Top scorer again his contract is up at the end season wanting more than what the club can offer him so going to be big miss if he go's. Lee Ndlovu -Still not allowed to play him yet due to work permit issues. Shane Franklin- Good Back up player got some goals too will be looking to start him more next season. season Division Position Achievements ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2017/18 Vanarama National League South 11th 2018/19 Vanarama National League South 9th Next Season: I've signed a one year contract extension,so I'm looking forward to rebuilding the squad and try and maybe have a cup run this season too.
  3. Vanarama National League South 2017/18 Start Of Season End Of Season Report We were predicted by the media to have a relegation battle so I knew I had a lot of work to do to try stop that from come true. League Table League Positions Graph We made a decent start but hit form once we found our feet and got a settled team. We slumped around the turn of the new year. FA Cup we got beat of Bromley after we drew the first game 1-1 we went to there stadium and got beat 5-2. FA Trophy We Got beat in the first round by Maidenhead United 2-1. Transfer History I was looking for players on free transfer as we do not have much cash to spend on players, i also let few deadwood to go as well. Squad With an average age of 25 i was looking to try and get some players that had good knowledge of this standard football to help the younger players. Key Player Profiles: Kenzer Lee-Club captain of the team was played well all season. Reise Allassani -Top Scorer with 20 goals. Lee Ndlovu -Bought in as back up player original but then his work permit got rejected so i cant play him in first team. Danny Racchi-One of the better players at the at the club can play in few places too. Nat Jarvis-Bought in later in the season to help with the forwards crisis i had was ok but will be looking to get more from him next season. Career Overview season Division Position Achievements ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2017/18 Vanarama National League South 11 Next Season I believe the team has a good bond to avoid relegation next season, So a bit more squad depth needed.
  4. this just been bought to my inbox in the game we due to have Stadium Expansion hopefully get more fans and more turnover when its finished.
  5. Vanarama National League South 2018/19 end of season review / Start of Season Preview We were predicted by the media to have yet another relegation battle, i was looking to try squad rotate this season as i never did it last year. League Table Past Positions Ghraph -We had decent season again, just wish we were bit more tighter at the back. Fa Cup -A 3-1 defeat to Welling seen us go out the competition in the qualifying rounds. FA Trophy- Took St. Albans to a reply after a 2-2 draw in the first game, in the reply had to make few changes and we got beat 3-1 . Squad- Try to rotate the team in order keep players fresh and fit. Transfer History-This Season i wanted to get rid few players to reduce wage bill. Finances Summary- Still in the red but players due to leave will hopefully help increase the wage budget a bit at the club we are spending way to much on players. Key Player Profiles: Alex Bass - One Of two players i bought in on loan was good season too. Kwame Asamoah- The young midfielder was joy to watch will be try get him in on loan again or permit deal. Reise Allassani-Top scorer again his contract is up at the end season wanting more than what the club can offer him so going to be big miss if he go's. Lee Ndlovu -Still not allowed to play him yet due to work permit issues. Shane Franklin- Good Back up player got some goals too will be looking to start him more next season. Career Overview: season Division Position Achievements ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2017/18 Vanarama National League South 11th 2018/19 Vanarama National League South 9th Next Season: I've signed a one year contract extension,so I'm looking forward to rebuilding the squad and try and maybe have a cup run this season too.
  6. hi sorry to bother you, you know at the end of threads like when your  try to put career overview how do i do it like how you set it up, just ive try loads to try get the codes but can not rember ways to do it thanks 

    1. dafuge

      dafuge

      Click the code button (looks like this: <>), make sure it is set to HTML and then just type in whatever you want. Then just click 'insert into post'.

       

    2. dj clark boy
  7. thank you buddy
  8. yea going to try and bring them up again
  9. thanks for taking time to read this
  10. Vanarama National League South 2017/18 Start Of Season End Of Season Report We were predicted by the media to have a relegation battle so I knew I had a lot of work to do to try stop that from come true. League Table League Positions Graph We made a decent start but hit form once we found our feet and got a settled team. We slumped around the turn of the new year. FA Cup we got beat of Bromley after we drew the first game 1-1 we went to there stadium and got beat 5-2. FA Trophy We Got beat in the first round by Maidenhead United 2-1. Transfer History I was looking for players on free transfer as we do not have much cash to spend on players, i also let few deadwood to go as well. Squad With an average age of 25 i was looking to try and get some players that had good knowledge of this standard football to help the younger players. Key Player Profiles: Kenzer Lee-Club captain of the team was played well all season. Reise Allassani -Top Scorer with 20 goals. Lee Ndlovu -Bought in as back up player original but then his work permit got rejected so i cant play him in first team. Danny Racchi-One of the better players at the at the club can play in few places too. Nat Jarvis-Bought in later in the season to help with the forwards crisis i had was ok but will be looking to get more from him next season. Career Overview season Division Position Achievements ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2017/18 Vanarama National League South 11 Next Season I believe the team has a good bond to avoid relegation next season, So a bit more squad depth needed.
  11. History Bognor F.C. were founded in 1883 and the club became founding members of the West Sussex Football League in 1896, joining the Senior Division.[2] They won the championship of this league for five successive years in the early 1920s, after which they joined the Brighton & Hove District League in 1926. Just one year later, however, they joined the Sussex County League where they were to remain until 1972. The club became Bognor Regis F.C. in 1929 after King George V added the suffix 'Regis' to the seaside resort. The club won the Sussex County Division One championship in the 1948–49 season. At the end of that season, they added "Town" to their name so as not to be confused with the local rugby club. At the end of the 1969–70 season they were relegated, but won Division Two at the first attempt. The club won the Division One championship title the following season and were promoted to Division One South of the Southern League. In 1972–73 they reached the first round of the FA Cup for the first time, losing 6–0 at Colchester United. In 1976 Jack Pearce became manager at the age of just 26, and went on to hold the position until 2007. In 1981 the club were transferred to Division One of the Isthmian League, and were promoted at the end of the 1981–82 season after finishing second. In 1984–85 they reached the first round of the FA Cup again, beating Swansea City 3–1 in a replay after a 1–1 draw at the Vetch Field. In the second round they lost 5–2 at Reading. They reached the second round again the following season, beating Enfield in the first round, before losing 6–1 at Gillingham. They went on to reach the first round again in 1986–87 (losing 1–0 in a replay to Slough Town) and 1987–88 (losing 3–0 at home to Torquay United). In 1988–89 they beat Football League opposition again, defeating Exeter City 2–1, before losing to Cambridge United. In 1991–92 Bognor finished in the relegation zone, but were reprieved after Dagenham and Redbridge Forest merged. However, the following season they finished bottom of the Premier Division, and were relegated to Division One. In 1995–96 they reached the second round of the FA Cup for a fourth time, before losing 4–0 at Peterborough United. In 2002–03 they finished second in Division One South, and were promoted back to the Premier Division. After finishing tenth the following year, the club were placed in the newly established Conference South. They were relegated back to the Isthmian League Premier Division at the end of the 2008–09 season, and were relegated again the following season. Season 2010–11 saw the club compete in the Isthmian League Division One South and they missed out on promotion back to the Premier Division by the tightest of margins. Having finished with a club record total of 96 points, they lost out in the title race to Metropolitan Police on goal difference by just one goal, having led the table by two points, going in to the last fixture. As a result, they found themselves having to participate in the end-of-season play-offs, where they lost at home to Dulwich Hamlet who had finished 31 points behind. In 2011–12 they again finished second in Division One South. They won the end-of-season play-offs, defeating Godalming Town in a thrilling semi-final, before beating Dulwich Hamlet 1–0 in the final, and thus gaining promotion to the Premier Division. The 2012-13 season saw them finish in 14th place in the Ryman Premier. The 2013-14 season started slowly with just one point from the opening four matches. However they soon rose up the table, eventually finishing in third place and qualified for the end of season play-offs, although this ended in defeat in the semi-final at home to Lowestoft Town. Season 2015-16 saw them miss out on the Ryman Premier title by one point and then lost in the play-offs to Dulwich Hamlet. They did however, also enjoy their best ever run in the FA Trophy by reaching the semi-finals. They beat a number of teams from higher divisions along the way, including Bath City, Maidstone United, Altrincham, Sutton United and Torquay United. But hopes of an appearance at Wembley Stadium were dashed when they were defeated in the semi-final by Grimsby Town, losing 1-0 in the first leg at Nyewood Lane, before also losing the second leg 2-1 at Blundell Park (3-1 on aggregate), despite putting up spirited displays in both legs. (background information from Wikipedia). Manager Profile The club was picked from the lowest playable league in England with the intention of creating a world beating giant hopeful. started with the latest update with players loaded from each continent and also based in the united kingdom. The club currently has a poor squad depth so i will be looking to rebuild the team threw the season. We need to add some scouts and medical team too so hopefully wont blow the finances straight away. With 6 thousand fans and 243 able to seat. hopefully depending on how well team plays we will sell all our season tickets to generate more funds to the club. Club Information General Team Information Domestic League History Initial Squad Finances
  12. Potenza S.C. 2017/18 Season Lega Pro Girone C Season Preview This season we shocking and were in a relegation battle all season we did not pick up any wins untill the turn of the year we started to draw most of our games and with eight or seven games to go we managed to win a whole five games all season. League Table -As you can see we had to have play off to stay in the division with a tough first game vs Melfi were we won 7-4 on agg, then we had won and managed to avoid relegation. Players - it is still very weak for this division needs improvement. Transfers- As you can see was try rebuild the squad to try add more depth in places i thought needed improvement. Finances -in the red at the moment hopefully that well change as i have to make free transfers again. Key Player Profiles: Bruno Sutalo-First choice keeper as my other keeper was too young to bring in at the moment i felt, this guy was terrible. Giorgio Di Vicino- Probably the best player at the club was outstanding when he was fit. Antonio Riccio- New player did well when was asked to play out of position. Davide Tinterri - Bought in to improve my midfield and he id well. Mohamed Mbow-Was bought in as back up player but played most season. Career Overview: Season League Position Achievements ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2017/18 Lega Pro Girone C 19th Next Season: Staying up was a huge relief as it means I get to continue with the job I have started.'ve already signed a one year contract extension, so I'm looking forward to see were this save takes me
  13. hi going to try this on my lower league save
  14. Overview (Club) Squad Domestic leagues History (Club) Manager Profile so after my try in turkey failed i decided i wanted to try again but this time in Italy.
  15. dave carrer hi i need this deleted as my save keeps come up corrupted file sorry for the amount of times ive asked thank you i will be starting new one when i have done few season on save when i know it not going to be faulty