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  1. Name: Christian Hahn First Nationality(make sure it has a playable league): Swiss (declared) Second Nationality: N/A Day/Month of Birth (all born in 1995): 05/09 1 Personal Attribute: Determination Left, Right or Both footed: Right Position: MC 2nd Position (if not GK): MRL 2 Mental Attributes: Flair, Decisions 1 Physical Attribute: Pace 2 Techinical Attributes (if not GK): Passing, Dribbling 2 Preffered Moves (if not GK): Curls Shots, Tries Killer Balls Often
  2. Saturday 3rd October League: Home vs. UGS Genf League Position: 1st Match Overview 8th place Genf would not have been fancying their chances against a high flying FC Feldschlösschen side that haven’t conceded a goal at home since the first game of the season back in July and seemed content to play out for the draw as they set up shop in front of their own goal with a 5-3-2 formation. To their credit it worked for the first 40 minutes of the match but class shone through and left back Olympio Gilliand’s 50 yard pass found Venezuelan international Fausto who raced into the clear and slotted home to shatter their visitors hopes 5 minutes before half time. Then the flood gates were opened. Luigi Superhans made it 2-0 with arguably the goal of the season so far, chesting a clearance header and volleying it back into the top corner from 25 yards and then the 3rd came when 17 year old youth teamer Marko Fuego, having come onto the pitch to make his 1st team debut 2 minutes prior, picked up a cut back in the box and slammed it home to celebrate his first ever senior goal. Fausto rounded off proceedings with a 4th on 86 minutes and wrapped up an emphatic victory for the home team which saw them pull away even further at the top of the table.
  3. Saturday 27th September League: Away vs. Bavois League Position: 1st Match Overview Bavois were like all teams before them, looking to break FC Feldschlösschen’s perfect start to the season and their hopes of doing that would have taken a massive boost in the 1st minute of the game when Ljubisa Stankovic gave the hosts the lead from the penalty spot. However FCF were the more dangerous of the two sides and managed to rescue all three points in a frantic 5 minute spell. Saxon Durrant bagged his second goal in two games smashing home a close range strike and then 4 minutes later, Liam Ferguson, who’s developing a reputation of being a super-sub, raced through on goal and finished past the Bavois keeper to make it 2-1. The lead was held all the way to the final whistle and FCF went home happy after a display that showed great character. Thursday 1st October The club announced today that it had made a monthly profit of around 21,000 euros. Furthermore, team manager Martin Shokki picked up his second consecutive manager of the month award after leading the team to victories in all four of their September fixtures. Looking ahead to the upcoming game against Genf, Pablo Gonzalez and Tomas Mortimer-Bognar will still be ruled out but a number of players are possibilities, including Ricky Gill who has resumed light training and may make the bench.
  4. Monday 21st September Luke Swinson has come down with the flu and has been given a couple of days off of work and training to ensure he doesn’t spread the illness to the rest of the squad. Injury Update – Luke Swinson and Jerome Taylor are close to a return to full fitness and the match squad but Tomas Mortimer-Bognar’s injury is still quite some way towards healing and setting a return date would be unrealistic at this point in time. Wednesday 23rd September League: Away vs. FC Sursee League Position: 1st Match Overview Second place FC Sursee were a worthy match for FC Feldschlösschen but in the end the class and quality of the Rheinfelden club shone through to ensure that they extended their lead at the top of the table to 10 points whilst keeping their 100% record intact and going for yet another game without conceding a goal. Captain Thiago netted his first goal for the Brewers with 30 minutes gone as he rose highest at a corner kick to head home at the back post. 18 year old Swiss striker Saxon Durrant had been 375 minutes without a goal and the relief on his face when with 20 minutes left, he smashed the ball into the top corner from 15 yards was evident. Durrant had shown sparks of potential but hadn’t really tangibly displayed it before. His goal rapped up what had been a solid performance all round for FC Feldschlösschen and one that saw them go top of the league by 10 points.
  5. Saturday 19th September League: Home vs. Vevey-Sports League Position: 1st Match Overview Again FC Feldschlösschen left it late to protect their 100% record as a football club and again the saviour came in the form of a later second half substitute. This time it was the turn of 22 year old English striker Liam Ferguson to be the hero as he headed home Ryan Andrews’ chip cross at the near post to send the 1008 strong crowd into raptures on what was a horrendously rainy day. Ferguson slid through the mud in celebrations and the kit man will no doubt have a bit of trouble cleaning the players’ shirts after the encounter which was not the best footballing spectacle due to the weather conditions. However, FC Feldschlösschen showed battling spirit and determination to ensure that they got the all important breakthrough against their mid-table opponents. FC Feldschlösschen are now 7 points clear at the top of the table with a game in hand on most of their opponents, except 2nd place Sursee. Loanees Marcus van der Cook played fairly well on his FC Schlieren debut but it was Jordan Longman who again stole the show with a brilliant defensive performance that earnt him the Man of the Match award. Longman was simply unbeatable all game, even setting up his side’s equaliser in their 1-1 draw away against Wipkingen (Zürich) and has arguably been Schlieren’s player of the season so far. Tobi le Ronn, Joe Tompkins and Magnus Vestergaard all had quiet games as Pratteln, Rheinfelden and Lodrino were all beaten.
  6. "Please pick me! Please pick me!"
  7. There was bad news in the medical room after the Lille fixture as it was revealed that promising midfielder Liam McCarthy will be out for four weeks out for 4 weeks with fractured arm injury that he had sustained during the match. It will severely hinder McCarthy’s seasonal preparation and means that he will most likely have to start out his season with the reserves as he looks to build match fitness. Tuesday 13th July Friendly: Away vs. Calais FC Harchester of Rocheville teamed up with Eurostar, P&O Ferries and Eurotunnel to offer UK based FC Harchester fans deals on travel to their teams’ pre-season game against RUFC Calais. It’s as close to England as the Dragons will be for sometime but the number of FC Harchester fans descending on the ground was in the hundreds as the stadium was full of violet and sky blue shirts. The team could not have put on a greater performance either. Three players bagged two goals and Halo von Stronburg rounded off the rout in a performance that was as close to perfect as is possible to get in football. The final result spoke for itself. Match Summary At the airport on the way back to Nice, the players found out that Damian Waymouth had been playing and put in a solid performance for the England U19’s as they beat France 2-1 in Marseille. Wednesday 21st July Damian Waymouth put in an outstanding performance for England as they coasted to victory in the European U19 semi-finals in a 4-0 win against Scotland at the Stade Velodrome in Marseille. Waymouth made some brilliant first half saves to keep England level before they pulled away with the game in the second half. He’ll be hoping he gets the nod to play in the final against Thursday 22nd July There was huge news at the club on Thursday as it was announced that Bristol City had made a formal approach for FC Harchester of Rocheville star striker Tyler Burrows. The bid totalled 130,000 pounds and was swiftly rejected by the board who believed that the offer was nowhere near the valuation that the club felt Burrows met. It is not quite sure what this valuation is but estimates around the club seem to say that any bids of £500,000 plus would be considered but even so, with the club holding Burrows in such high regard and vice-versa, even an “astronomical” offer may not tempt Burrows away as the young Andorran wants to fire FC Harchester up the leagues.
  8. Wednesday 16th September FC Feldschlösschen’s six games without conceding a goal is a new league record. The last time Feldschlösschen conceded in the league was against Bassecourt in a 3-1 win at home on Saturday 8th of August. Today also saw the boys drawn away to FC Etoile-Carouge in the Novartis Cup 3rd Round. Etoile-Carouge are a 1. Liga (3rd division) club from the suburbs of Geneva and are currently 10th in their league. FC Feldschlösschen will fancy their chances especially with the form they’ve been in lately. Thursday 17th September A number of youth players were in action in the Swisscom Cup Third Qualifying Round: Jordan Longman had another fine game for FC Schlieren in their 4-0 win against FC Trimbach Marcus Vestergaard continued his good form with an excellent performance in Pratteln’s 3-2 extra time defeat away to Cortalloid scoring a goal and setting up another. Goalkeeper Marcus van der Cook was officially recalled from his loan spell at Savigny after both teams agreed he had become surplus to requirements. Van der Cook made five appearances, conceding 5 goals with 2 clean sheets and an overall rating of 6.8. Friday 18th September FC Feldschlösschen picked up yet another away cup draw to 1.Liga opposition, this time it was FC Kreuzlingen who sit in 2nd place in their league. The draw was for the Swisscom Cup First Round (The Swiss FA Cup). They will play their opponents on Wednesday the 7th of October. No sooner had Marcus van der Cook arrived back in Rheinfelden that he was off on yet another work experience placement. The Dutch goalkeeper had put down FC Schlieren as his 2nd year placement choice and so requested if he could join Jordan Longman in attempting to sure up the defence of the struggling side. Schlieren were grateful for the gift and can only hope that he can play as well as Longman has been playing for the Claret and Blue side from Zurich.
  9. Tuesday 15th September Novartis Cup: Home vs. Echallens Match Overview FC Echallens were missing 5 key first teamers from their squad and it showed as they only managed 1 shot on goal during their encounter with FCF in the Novartis Cup Second Round. Only 800 fans turned up on what was a wet and windy Tuesday evening in North-West Switzerland and it proved to be even more miserable for the visitors who were outclassed for the majority of the game but were undone in the space of five second half minutes as midfielder Jerome Taylor bagged himself two well taken goals from inside the box to send Feldschlösschen through into the 3rd Round of the cup. Unfortunately the Man of the Match, Taylor was diagnosed with a sprained wrist after the game which means that he will be out of work and off of the pitch for around about two weeks.
  10. Evian qualified for the Champions League in my old French League game, in only the 2nd season in Ligue 1, Cannes also seemed to do really well along with another team that started out in the lower reaches of French Football, might just crack this one up for old time's sake.
  11. Saturday 12th September League: Home vs. Malcantone League Position: 1st place Match Overview You can’t always win pretty and sometimes a result has to be really ground out. FCF had all the possession as usual but just couldn’t find a way through the Malcantone defence until the 85th minute when substitute Ricky Gill fresh from a trip to Canada on international duty found himself in the box unmarked and finished perfectly considering the pressure he was under. The result kept FC Feldschlösschen’s perfect streak alive but it was definitely a close one. Sunday 13th September Since Joe Tompkins’ arrival on the 1st of September, Lodrino have propelled themselves from 16th to 9th place and are playing with a lot more confidence. Tompkins didn’t get on the score sheet today but played fairly well as Lodrino picked up another win in a 1-0 victory against 6th placed Balerna. Jordan Longman was playing fairly well before being substituted in the 47th minute in Schlieren’s 1-1 draw at home to Volketswil. It stops their losing slide but they’ll need to start recording wins to pull away from the bottom of the league. Magnus Vestergaard’s 32nd minute free-kick was enough to provide Pratteln with a 2-1 win away to Villmergen. Vestergaard’s form has been on an upturn of late and he’ll be looking to string together a series of good performances in light of his first international appearance. His performance against Villmergen will definitely help his cause. FC Rheinfelden picked up their first league win in 7 games and Tobi le Ronn will be super relieved to have been on the score sheet. His 84th minute strike ensured Rheinfelden would pick up the 3 points in a 3-1 win over Muotathal taking them out of the dropzone.
  12. Well done Ashford - I knew this season was gonna be tough and going into administration could have been catastrophic if it wasn't for that excellent run of games you had just before. As I said previously with a year in League 1 under your belts I hope you can consolidate but going into administration will make that task much harder. Surely your aim for this season must be survival whilst you wait for your finances to sort themselves out?
  13. Thursday 8th July Friendly: Home vs. La Berrichonne de Chateauroux Coming off the back of an excellent performance against Racing CF, the players were tired and it told in their next game against recently relegated Chateauroux. The hosts tried their hardest but Chateauroux had players of excellent quality and where able to tame a tired Dragons squad with Antonio de Ezio grabbing a late consolation goal in their 2-1 loss. Match Overview Saturday 10th July There was more excellent news on the international front as young goalkeeper Damian Waymouth received an international call up into the England U19 squad for the European U19 Championship in France. England have a strong squad and will be looking to go far in the tournament and if Waymouth can beat out 18 year old Portsmouth keeper Liam O’Brian and 17 year old Blackpool prospect James Gregory for the goalkeeper’s jersey at any point during the tournament then it will be an excellent achievement but we’re sure that Waymouth will enjoy his tournament and will be have the support of his FC Harchester team mates for England’s second group game against Belgium which will be just down the motorway in Marseille. Monday 11th July Friendly: Home vs. LOSC Lille The Dragons put in a brave and battling performance against their Ligue 1 counterparts Lille but were unable to come up with a late equaliser in their 3-2 loss. There were some solid individual performances that will please team boss Luis Minanda particularly those of Tyler Burrows, Jerome Desmarais and second half substitute, Adam Martin who is quickly maturing into an excellent young midfielder. Apart from those three, the rest of the team played fairly well considering the calibre of opponent they were up against and should take great encouragement from their solid all-round performance. Match Overview
  14. Friday 4th September International Round-Up: Steveldinho played the whole match for the Finland U21’s against Kazakhstan and created a goal in their 2-1 win. The win sees Finland go into third in their Under 21’s European Championship qualifying group. Ryan Andrews was sensational for the Canadian U20’s scoring a hat-trick against Montserrat in their friendly in Toronto. Ricky Gill did not feature although he was on the bench. Pablo Gonzalez capped an excellent performance for the Mexico U20’s with an assist in their 3-0 win over Costa Rica. Saturday 5th September Echellens missed their opportunity to close the gap at the top of the table after losing 1-0 to Bavois International Round-Up: Jerome Taylor had a very poor performance for Trinidad & Tobago as they were hammered 5-0 by Honduras in their World Cup qualifier. Andorra were well beaten 4-0 by Ukraine and Jack Smithstonson put in a decent performance but wasn’t able to get anything going Sunday 6th September Joe Tompkins made an instant impact in his Lodrino debut, scoring two goals to help lift Lodrino out of the drop zone into 12th position. Tobi le Ronn had a quiet game for Rheinfelden as he was substituted in the 72nd minute. Rheinfelden managed to draw 1-1 against rivals Gelterkinden. FC Schlieren haven’t won a league game since the 2nd of August and that run continued as they lost 2-1 at home to Schwamendingen with Jordan Longman putting in a decent but non-spectacular performance Monday 7th September Matt Ferguson and Marko Fuego both had strong games as the reserves picked up another win at home. The reserves are currently 3rd in their reserve league group. Tuesday 8th September International Round-Up: Magnus Vestergaard got his first international cap for Sweden as he played well in their comfortable 3-0 win over Scotland’s U21’s. Vestergaard also got to have a chat with fellow teammate Haggis McMuncher who was on the bench for Scotland and did not play. Vestergaard even managed to get an assist as he set up Sweden’s third in Eskilstuna. Pablo Gonzalez’s fledging international career with Mexico continued as he grabbed himself another assist in their 4-0 win over Honduras U20’s Wednesday 9th September Jerome Taylor put in a fairly average performance for Trinidad as they were brushed aside 4-1 by the United States. Jack Smithstonson came on as a half time substitute and did well as Andorra bagged their first win and first points of their World Cup qualifying campaign, beating Kazakhstan 2-1 with a 94th minute winner. It was a great experience for Smithstonson as Andorran victories are pretty rare to come by. Smithstonson will be looking to change that.
  15. i knew it! What a season in League 1. Don't expect much of the same this time around im afraid but i hope you have a good go at the league and manage to consolidate, gain a few more rep. points and begin to build a squad that could seriously challenge.