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    A small hole outside Dublin called Blessington


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    Bass Guitar, Soccer, Karate, FM

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    Everton & Shamrock Ro

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  1. Glenn Fitzpatrick - Ashton United, Season 2. (2012/13) Blue Square North Media Prediction: 22nd Finished: 1st A wonderful season all around. I made sure not to make sweeping changes to the side, the back four basically stayed the same with Lee McArdle leading a sturdy defence. In the middle, I made a couple of quality additions. In particular, Sam Sheridan on a freebie, he's an Irish youngster who didn't make it at Bolton. Up front I acquired Nadir Ciftci who chipped in with 14 league goals. The real gem for me though was Claude Gnapka who was available on a free transfer after leaving Luton Town. His sheer pace terrorized defences and he was immense for me. We had a great run in the FA Cup including a 4-1 victory over Burton Albion at home in a replay. We made it to the 4th round where West Ham beat us 4-0. Still though, the gate receipts from that game secured our finances and hopefully there's a nice wage budget for me to utilize in the Blue Square Premier. The league went down to the last day. Harrogate, Stafford and Tamworth all had a chance to steal it from us but we did a professional job and beat Hinckley 2-0 to claim our place among the elite in non-league football.
  2. Glenn Fitzpatrick - Ashton United, Season 1. (2011/12) Blue Square North Media Prediction: 22nd Finished: 16th We struggled at the start of the year, I couldn't attract any players in on loan which caused a lot of difficulty. We made it to the 1st round of the FA Cup where we lost in a replay to Mansfield Town AET. Things picked up when I reverted to a tight 4-4-2 and we hit a run of 5 straight wins at the turn of the year. The addition of a few welsh and Irish youngsters helped to boost our slim squad and we survived relegation reasonably comfortably. Hopefully next season I can clear away all of the deadwood and build something special at Hurst Cross!
  3. Disheartening start to life in FM11. Struggling near the bottom of BSN with Ashton, clueless tactically.
  4. Finally got a game of this going. I've gone with Ashton United. I've managed to bring in some decent players including experienced set piece magician Darren Barnard. Should have enough to stay around mid-table and build for a bright future at Hurst Cross
  5. Really struggling so far with Lower Maze in N.I. 2 losses from 2 games and out of the league cup. So many new players though it's going to take time for them to gel, patience I guess
  6. Thanks again for running this Gundo I'm jumping straight into it up in Northern Ireland. Holidaying the season now
  7. Likewise. Will probably avoid Chippenham this year, broke my heart when they didn't name the stadium after me.
  8. 2010/11 Glenn Fitzpatrick - Chippenham Town Media Prediction: 22nd Finished: 18th League Table It was always going to be difficult I was well aware, we started quite well but had a Hull-like slip mid-season, just managing to keep our heads above water. Performances in the last few games showed signs I was coming to terms with the defensive difficulties, it really is different to FM09 where I performed great with Worksop. The fun was taken out of the season early days losing 2-0 to Weston Supermere in my first crack at the FA Cup. I'm gradually building towards next season when hopefully we can make a good attempt and get a playoff place. I've decided to play a very defensive, basic style that can hopefully eradicate some silly goals and overall improve my league position, this combined with stronger midfielders and maybe a look at some help from my parent club Swindon can do me some good.# I'm not too excited by any of my players thus far, I've be closely looking at released players from BSP sides as there's no money available. Onwards and upwards next season, hopefully.
  9. Delighted that my copy has FINALLY arrived in the post. I'm jumping straight into this with Chippenham Town. Hopefully this is the start of something beautiful for this small town of just 28,000 people. By playing phsyically and rough I will aim to outrun and outmuscle teams while looking for a finisher to add to that.
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