Tony Hawker

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  1. Can I use claassen's added leagues? Saint Petersburg has a lot of interesting smaller sister cities.
  2. Entente Sportive de Bingerville (ES Bingerville or ESB) is an Ivorian football club based in Bingerville, they are a member of the Fédération Ivoirienne de Football Premiere Division. The club was founded in 1995 as A.S. Transporteurs Bingerville and renamed to Entente Sportive de Bingerville in the year of 1998. They play at the Stade Municipal. The club colours are white, red and yellow. Takeover - History - League Table Squad Key Players: Abdoul Kone - Fernand Kam Olle - Fatawu Safiu
  3. Thanks @oohlala111 It shouldn't be too long before you get international jobs, hopefully your rep will raise a bit now you're playing in the O-League. I have one definite job offer from a club in the Ivory Coast so I'll be off there if nothing else comes up, I would prefer to start off in a lesser African league and work my way up though.
  4. Season 4 - 2019/20 League Table - Fixtures Well we actually made the playoffs, albeit in 4th place but non of that matters in the end with a surprise win over Auckland City in the Semi-Final and then a good win over Canterbury Utd sees us Champions of New Zealand! Club World Cup - Amazing performances here! An extra time win over Montreal Impact and a penalty win over Portland Timbers set us up with a Semi-Final appearance against Arsenal, we lost 4-1 and then lost 2-1 to TP Mazembe in the 3rd place playoff but still, 4th place in the CWC is great for a club from New Zealand! Squad - The squad added some quality, and some Malagasy players were interested! Transfers - We had a better wage budget this season so I was able to add some experience. Key Players: Ben Harris - Highest average rating and top scorer again with 18 in 33. Andrew Bevin - Another good season from him as the 2nd striker. Cole Peverley - A strong season from the midfielder chipping in with 6 assists. I've also been in charge of Uganda since November 2019 and since then we were entered into the 2020 CHAN. Uganda Fixtures - My first piece of international silverware as our only defeat was against Egypt in the Group Stage and 2 late extra time wins saw us lift the trophy! Season | Team | Country | League | Pos | Achievements -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2016/17| AS Aorai | Tahiti | Tahitian 2nd Division | 1st | Promoted as Champions 2017/18| AS Aorai | Tahiti | Tahitian 1st Division | 1st | Qualified for Champions League! 2018/19| Team Wellington | New Zealand | New Zealand Premiership | 5th | O-League Winners! 2019/20| Team Wellington | New Zealand | New Zealand Premiership | 4th | Leage Winners, CWC 4th -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Challenge Progress 2/25 League Titles -Tahiti 2017/18, New Zealand 2019/20 0/25 Domestic Cups 1/9 Continental Club Trophies - O-League 2018/19 0/1 Worldwide Club Trophies International Progress Season | Country | Achievements ---------------------------------------- 2019/20| Uganda | CHAN Winners! ---------------------------------------- 1/10 Continental International Trophies - CHAN Uganda 2020 0/3 Worldwide International Trophies I'll be resigning from my Team Wellington post and now I'll be looking for a job in Africa.
  5. @TurtleNick A good short stint in Sweden, look forward to seeing where you end up now!
  6. Well this is hardly fair... I managed to get Fiji to qualify for the Olympics after a very tense 120 minutes against New Zealand and then it automatically makes me resign due to "No competitive football for the foreseeable future" Despite the fact that I had the Pacific Games Quarter Final against New Caledonia just 2 day later..
  7. Season 3 - 2018/19 League Table - Fixtures That was a terrible domestic campaign, we won 4 of the last 5 games and still missed out on the playoffs! Terrible! O-League - Oh, well, the other New Zealand team, Waitakere United didn't make it past the Group Stage so we basically had an easy ride and beat Tahitians AS Manu Ura 5-2 on aggregate in the Final! Squad - The squad is small, a few injuries really cost us but the job that was needed has been done. Transfers - We didn't have much wiggle room in wages so it was largely the same squad. Key Players: Ben Harris - Highest average rating and top scorer with 17 in 25. Andrew Bevin - A solid season from him as the 2nd striker. Promising Youngsters: Will Milne (YP3a) - Came through this seasons intake and has 5* potential. Season | Team | Country | League | Pos | Achievements -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2016/17| AS Aorai | Tahiti | Tahitian 2nd Division | 1st | Promoted as Champions 2017/18| AS Aorai | Tahiti | Tahitian 1st Division | 1st | Qualified for Champions League! 2018/19| Team Wellington | New Zealand | New Zealand Premiership | 5th | O-League Winners! -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Challenge Progress 1/25 League Titles -Tahiti 2017/18 0/25 Domestic Cups 1/9 Continental Club Trophies - O-League 2018/19 0/1 Worldwide Club Trophies 0/7 Continental International Trophies 0/3 Worldwide International Trophies I've also taken charge of the Fiji U23 team for the upcoming Pacific Games and I'm now removing all the Oceanic Leagues other than New Zealand and I'm adding the leagues of Algeria, Angola, Cameroon, Congo, Egypt, Ghana, Liberia, Mali, Morocco, Nigeria, South Africa, Sudan, Tunisia, Uganda and Zambia.
  8. Thanks @oohlala111 Fingers crossed! I think what I'm going to do is win the Champions League with Team Wellington (or get Auckland's manager sacked and win it with them) then load all the African leagues, spend another season with whichever New Zealand team I'm managing then remove all the Oceanic leagues other than New Zealand and move on to management in Africa but leaving New Zealand loaded so I can manage the NT in the future.
  9. Headhunted! Team Wellington FC was formed in 2004 by a consortium of Wellington clubs to compete in the New Zealand Football Championship. The uniform was yellow with black shorts, utilising the primary sporting colours of the Wellington region. In the inaugural season (2004/2005) of the NZFC, Team Wellington FC performed below expectations, finishing sixth. They improved in the next season, ending the season in fourth place. In 2007 the Australian A-League placed a franchise in Wellington, knowns as the Wellington Phoenix. The Phoenix quickly entered a strategic alliance with Team Wellington FC. The new head coach for Wellington FC, Stu Jacobs, was hired as an assistant coach for the Phoenix while retaining his NZFC role. Wellington FC also changed their kit to a predominantly black strip similar to that of the Phoenix, using yellow as a highlight colour. Team Wellington FC started the 2007/08 season with a five-game winning streak, a record for the competition. This was ended by a 1–1 draw against Auckland City FC on December the 15th. Wellington FC finished the season in third place, qualifying for the Preliminary Final against second-placed Auckland City. Wellington FC defeated Auckland 4–3 in overtime. Wellington FC thus went on to the Grand Final, in which they were defeated by Waitakere United 2–0 at Trusts Stadium. Attendances at Newtown Park remain healthy by NZFC standards, averaging about 1,000 spectators a game. Crowd numbers have been helped by the central location allowing for traveling away fans, as well as an increase of interest due to the Phoenix and the efforts of Wellington Phoenix fan club "Yellow Fever". On 21 April 2015, Team Wellington FC reached the final of the 2014–15 OFC Champions League in their first appearance in the competition. They were beaten on penalties by the defending champions Auckland City in the final on 26 April, having drawn 1–1 after extra time. In March 2016, Team Wellington FC won their first ever ASB Premiership title. Having finished in 3rd in the regular season, they beat Hawke's Bay United in the semi-final, before beating Auckland City 4-2 in an enthralling final at QBE Stadium. David Farrington Park As I've seen in some other threads people use google maps to show where they're going, so I shall do the same. Accepted Job News - History Right, now here's the funny thing. I had applied for the Auckland City job which became available, I was even offered an interview but I didn't get the job, instead they hired Team Wellington's manager since well...Team Wellington actually won the league this season! League Table Squad Key Players: Ben Harris - Mario Barcia - Joel Stevens - Andrew Bevin - Cole Peverley - Cameron Howieson - Guillermo Moretti - Jacob Cahill-Fleury
  10. Season 2 - 2017/18 League Table - Playoff - Fixtures 1 - Fixtures 2 I knew we'd have a good squad, but I didn't think we'd do this well! Just the 3 league losses all season and a GD of +55 saw us finish the season 15 points clear of 2nd place AS Tefana and since we won the playoffs as well I think that means Champions League football next season but I would really rather a job in New Zealand popped up as that's the best shot of getting Oceania completed, Auckland City's manager in listed as Very Insecure after they didn't win the league so hopefully that could lead to something. Squad - I didn't notice we had that many striker although it was good to see that the main front three got into double figures! Formation - Just in case anyone wanted to see our general lineup this season. Transfers -Most of the signings were brought in before the season update, which is why it says we only signed 2 players. Key Players: Teremoana Flores - 19 goals in 29 appearances is less than last season in terms of goals per game but still a decent amount. Christian Taiarui - 30 goals and 11 assists in 28 appearances show that Christian has been a force to be reckoned with! Soren Jakobson - 5 goals and 9 assists from DR? Yes please. Promising Youth: Stephane Faure (YP1a) - Was backup striker but still helped out when he was on the pitch. Joshua Olivier (YP2a) - Came through this years intake, looks very good. Teva Legayic - Got on a free from Tahiti U17's, probably already the best Tahitian goalkeeper! Season | Team | Country | League | Pos | Achievements -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2016/17| AS Aorai | Tahiti | Tahitian 2nd Division | 1st | Promoted as Champions 2017/18| AS Aorai | Tahiti | Tahitian 1st Division | 1st | Qualified for Champions League! -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Challenge Progress 1/25 League Titles - (AS Aorai-Tahiti 2017/18) 0/25 Domestic Cups 0/9 Continental Club Trophies 0/1 Worldwide Club Trophies 0/7 Continental International Trophies 0/3 Worldwide International Trophies
  11. I haven't even seen any of those types of jobs come available yet and I've just finished the 2nd season! Just wondering, but have any of the New Zealand Premiership sides had managers sacked yet in your game?
  12. Season 1 - 2016/17 The perks of having a fast computer as well as an instant result skin! League Table - Fixtures We started with a quick exit in the cup but our form was really good throughout the season and it sees us get promoted to the top tier of Tahitian football! Squad - Next season we have some good youth coming in so hopefully they'll phase out the older players. Transfers - We signed anyone with a pulse, and then I sorted through them and got rid of the no hopers. Key Players: Teremoana Flores - 14 goals in 22 appearances for our pacey striker. Farahia Teuira - He scored a goal per game at the start of the season before being ruled out with a cruciate ligament injury. Jacques Ilengo - Very reliable rock in defence. Promising Youth: Stephane Faure (YP1a) - Bagged a brace on debut, could be key next season. Pierre Mathieu (YP1b) - Not made an appearance yet but scored a goal per game in youth competition. Season | Team | Country | League | Pos | Achievements ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2016/17| AS Aorai | Tahiti | Tahitian 2nd Division | 1st | Promoted as Champions ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Challenge Progress 0/25 League Titles 0/25 Domestic Cups 0/9 Continental Club Trophies 0/1 Worldwide Club Trophies 0/7 Continental International Trophies 0/3 Worldwide International Trophies
  13. Thanks! It looks like I've landed in a lovely looking place as well! Stadium
  14. A.S. AoraI Manager Profile - My accepted job offer - Club History - Squad - Our only player! Well this is going to be tough, we have one player on the books and we play in the Tahitian Second Division where we're predicted to finish 4th out of 8. You may ask why I chose to make my manager from Madagascar? Well, that's a little side project to see if we get any Malagasy regens come through (I'm intrigued by the really long names!)