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Forgot to mention that i'm off to Mexico for two weeks tomorrow, and so i'll be unable to post in the forums for that time. I'll be back on either the 9th or 10th July.

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Stable, Stable and Stable :D 6th, 3rd and 5th, whilst sitting 8th Overall :D Things are looking pretty good for Hamilton :D

KUTGW You 3 :thup: Top Class Updates as well

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Very Secure, Secure...it's all going off in Sunderland. Pleased to be sitting third, albeit very early on!

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15th isn't great in W27's update.

But I am Stable in all 3 jobs which is good news.

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[quote name='conners']not doing too bad so far. Thats the last of the previously read updates now right?[/QUOTE]

Yes it is. However, Ridleys is going on holiday today for at least two weeks (he doesn't know his exact date of return), so no updates for a little while.

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[quote name='canvey!!']Yes it is. However, Ridleys is going on holiday today for at least two weeks (he doesn't know his exact date of return), so no updates for a little while.[/QUOTE]

Thanks for letting us know :thup:

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[quote name='canvey!!']yes it is. However, ridleys is going on holiday today for at least two weeks (he doesn't know his exact date of return), so no updates for a little while.[/quote]

:(:( 2 weeks!!

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Thanks for the info canvey :) Good timing aas i finish school in 2/3 weeks and i probably won't be posting regularly due to a few more exams and coursework to hand in :(

KUTGW :thup:

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[B]Writer's Notes -[/B] [I]This update is coming today, whilst the other two will appear on Sunday. That's because I'm going away tomorrow.[/I]


[B]Update 5 – weeman27bob
Years: 0, Months: 5, Days:146[/B]

It may be the festive time nearing Christmas, but [B]Brian McGuinness[/B] isn’t full of joy. His Everton sit rock bottom of the Premiership with only ten points from fifteen games. Joining them in the relegation zone are [B]Martin Bojangles[/B]‘s Hull and [B]Ricky Nakano[/B]‘s Middlesbrough who have both scored a disappointing twelve points. McGuinness finds his job status Precarious, and Bojangles doesn’t fare much better with his status set as Very Insecure.

Everton may be doing poorly in the league, but still look like they will make the next round of the UEFA Cup as they sit in second place of their group . [B]Da Hoover Man[/B]’s Sampdoria top the group with two wins out of three after defeating [B]Maz Armley[/B]’s Racing 1-0. All three teams though sit in the top three of the group meaning they are favourites to qualify.

In fact every team controlled by one of the managers are in positions to qualify for the next round. [B]Tyler Burrows[/B]’s Udinese, [B]Neji Hyuuga[/B]’s Deportivo and [B]Lawrence Lazewski[/B]’s Valencia all have a win and a draw. Valencia secured their win with a thumping 4-0 victory over Austria Wien. [B]Liam Ferguson[/B]’s Man City won a tight game against the French side Paris Saint-Germain but lost against the Dutch team Heerenveen 0-2 in a game they really should have won.

[B]Zach Machios[/B] should be very pleased with Portsmouth’s performances so far. His team sit top of their UEFA Cup group, which also contains [B]Will de Mote[/B]’s AC Milan, and sit fourth in the Premiership. His exploits have seen him gain a job status of Very Secure.

Faring even better though are [B]Leo Dodge[/B]’s Tottenham. A victory by four goals over Partizan Belgrade from Serbia sees them in a good position in the UEFA Cup. However in the league they sit an impressive third after winning all but one of their games this month, including a 2-0 defeat of [B]Shazad Ali[/B]’s Newcastle. Tottenham are also in the quarter finals of the League Cup, after defeating Sheffield United in a thumping 5-0 victory.

Also in the quarter finals of the League Cup are West Brom, managed by [B]Brucie Bonus[/B]. Not only that, but they find themselves slap bang in the middle of the league table. An impressive month has seen them defeat Chelsea by two goals to one, draw 1-1 with Jeremy English’s Liverpool, and lose to Man United in a scorching five goal game.

All three of those teams are playing in the Champions League, and all three of them have qualified for the next round, each winning four and losing one of their games so far. [B]Maurice Jobson[/B]’s Man United have been the most impressive, scoring 12 goals.

Similar to in the UEFA Cup, nearly all of the managed teams have, or are in the position to qualify. The only team that aren’t are [B]Tom Smith[/B]’s Arsenal who sit bottom of their group. His fortunes are better in the Premiership though as the Gunners sit top of the table, but with games to come against Chelsea, Liverpool, and Man United next month, things could be set to change.

The best team in the Champions League so far are [B]Ben Cee[/B]’s Inter, who are still unbeaten with four wins and a draw. Not only that but they are also leading Serie A by four points after winning every game this month, including a 2-0 vicotry over [B]dafuge[/B]’s Torino who are struggling in Serie A finding themselves bottom. [B]dafuge[/B] finds his job Very Insecure but is not the only one under pressure in the Italian league.

[B]James Ridley[/B]’s Siena are just above the relegation zone, sitting in 16th, but he finds his job under threat after they only secured three points this month. Atalanta, managed by [B]bermybhoy[/B], sit just one place above Siena, and with the team predicted to do much better, he too finds his job status as Very Insecure. It isn’t just the smaller teams though. [B]Lisa Jeffries[/B]’s Juventus find themselves a disappointing seventh after poor results this month, including a 0-1 loss to [B]Jonte Rhodes[/B]’s tenth places Lazio and a goalless draw against [B]Cardio Vascular[/B]’s Genoa, who sit 13th.

Fiorentina should be happier though as their manager, [B]Ben Taylor[/B], has led them to second in the league after a good month in which they defeated [B]Clark Aitken[/B]’s Roma by three goals to two away. The side from the Italian capital sit lower than expected in 7th, but there is still time to turn things around.

Much praise should go to [B]Theo Stigarakis[/B]’s Catania. His team have been predicted to finish dead last, but are in fact ninth after some good wins this month.


In La Liga, [B]Lucas Volman[/B]’s Real Madrid sit top by a solitary point with [B]Haowan Madridstas[/B]’s Barcelona sitting second. Barcelona have had a good month, winning all but one game and scoring nine goals. Madrid also lost one game, a 0-1 defeat to third placed Sevilla, which was a good result in a good month for [B]Jack Browne[/B].

The other end of the table sees managers fighting for their jobs. Things are tight at the bottom of La Liga with [B]Neji Hyuuga[/B]’s Deportivo sitting 15th but only two points above the relegation zone. For a team predicted 7th, this is poor to say the least. Luckily, though, they squeezed through the Spanish Cup, something that cannot be said of [B]Neilio[/B]’s Almería who were not only knocked out by [B]Wobill Luman[/B]’s Real Betis, but are in the relegation zone too, despite winning two games this month. [B]David Machine[/B]’s Athletic find themselves above that drop zone, thanks to their superior goal difference. This means that all three of these managers find themselves in Very Insecure positions.

Much fun has been poked at [B]Phill Ewles[/B] as his Valladolid after they crashed out of the Spanish Cup to lower opposition, something every other manager avoided.

There have been many good performances in Spain, but the standout one comes from [B]Sirus Lannock’[/B]s Málaga who find themselves 11th which is much higher than expected.

[B]Manager of the Update[/B]

A few good candidates this week, but it goes too…

[B]Leo Dodge[/B], Tottenham.

[B]Theo Stigarakis[/B] and [B]Sirus Lannock[/B] have both done very well, guiding their teams to positions way above expectations, but haven’t been truly outstanding. [B]Zach Machios[/B] has also had a good month seeing Portsmouth into fourth place in the Premiership and having good results in Europe. However Dodge just shades him as he sits third in the Premiership above teams such as Liverpool and Man United, and is still unbeaten in the UEFA Cup.


[B]Job Securities [/B]
[CODE] [B]Pos Username Manager Club Security Days[/B]
1th ssestig Theo Stigarakis Catania Very Secure 146
- super_lampard Super Lampard Lecce Very Secure 146
- KiddingChoc Zach Machios Portsmouth Very Secure 146
- conners Sirus Lannock Málaga Very Secure 146
- Walcott’s Wonderkids Brucie Bonus West Brom Very Secure 146
- canvey!! Fréderico Canvey Stoke Very Secure 146
7th Waghlon Lars Tommersen Villarreal Secure 146
- Almondo Arnold J. Rimmer Bolton Secure 146
- weeeman27bob Lord Weeman Napoli Secure 146
- Chimpos Phill Ewles Valladolid Secure 146
- Greasy Chip Butty Andy Morton Sporting Secure 146
- ScottT! Scott Tysoe Sunderland Secure 146
- MikaelS Mikael Schøler Bologna Secure 146
- Blanco Cristobal Blanco Recreativo Secure 146
- jack.browne Jack Browne Sevilla Secure 146
15th m1234566778 Maz Armley Racing Stable 146
- hamilton162 Tom Hamilton Mallorca Stable 146
- Swafe Saul Goode Osasuna Stable 146
- Ben Arsenal Ben Cee Inter Stable 146
- Haowan Haowan Madridstas Barcelona Stable 146
- clrkaitken Clark Aitken Roma Stable 146
- IlikeJellybeans Jellybean Man Numancia Stable 146
- mikeytwigge Mikey Twigge Palermo Stable 146
- AtilasMiserly Will de Mote A.C. Milan Stable 146
- pnefc22 Wobill Luman Betis Stable 146
- spartans5 Lawrence Lazewski Valencia Stable 146
- corinthiano Mathias Brunckhorst Chievo Stable 146
- tomsmith1989 Tom Smith Arsenal Stable 146
- PluckaDuck Tyler Burrows Udinese Stable 146
- Romanista1994 Lucas Volman Real Madrid Stable 146
- DiscoStu94 Da Hoover Man Sampdoria Stable 146
- JSalter James Salter Reggina Stable 146
- ian_1982 Maurice Jobson Man United Stable 146
- markcator3006 Mark Cator Aston Villa Stable 146
- Cardiovascular Cardio Vascular Genoa Stable 146
- Martin_ Martin Bojangles Hull Stable 146
- fergysafc Liam Ferguson Man City Stable 146
- Lower Leagues Rule Jonte Rhodes Lazio Stable 146
- TaylorB Ben Taylor Fiorentina Stable 146
- Robert_296 Robert Boyle Blackburn Stable 146
- JoeLatics Joe Gleeson Espanyol Stable 146
- ScottT! Scott Tysoe Sunderland Stable 146
- Chimpos Phill Ewles Valladolid Stable 146
- brettney1980 Brettney Joven Wigan Stable 146
- el sid Cool Manager At. Madrid Stable 146
- SCIAG Leo Dodge Tottenham Stable 146
- TigerJoe Joe Seddon Getafe Stable 146
- NepentheZ Neppo Monster Cagliari Stable 146
- tadr Andre da Conceiçao Chelsea Stable 146
- PaulHartman71 Jeremy English Liverpool Stable 146
- kashmirshazad Shazad Ali Newcastle Stable 146
- hasdgfas Tim Aubel Fulham Stable 146
52nd Ridleys James Ridley Siena Very Insecure 146
- Jack Rudd Lisa Jeffries Juventus Very Insecure 146
- bermybhoy bermybhoy Atalanta Very Insecure 146
- rancer890 Ricky Nakano Middlesbro Very Insecure 146
- WhoopyD Whoopy Dee West Ham Very Insecure 146
- dafuge dafuge Torino Very Insecure 146
- Neji Neji Hyuuga Deportivo Very Insecure 146
- Neilio Neilio Almería Very Insecure 146
60th ~Ian~ Bryan McGuinness Everton Precarious 146
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Good news - News on McGuinness is in the first line of the update.
Bad news - Everton are bottom of the Prem, and the job status is precarious.

*crosses fingers*. Please don't be first fired.

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Great start for me. 9th when predicted last :thup:

Enjoy your time away w27.

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All wins. :D

Beating dafuge. I'm afraid that he would ban me...:o

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Middlesbrough in relegation. My job is very insecure. :(

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Secure :) And a win over Madrid, excellent. KUTGW mate! :thup:

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Second in the league and I'm only stable? Should be very secure tbh :(

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Not mentioned in the updates but happy with 'Stable' tbh.

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Not mentioned and stable job status :) Good news so far for me :D

KUTGW Weee :thup: Looking forward to the other 2 updates!

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I'm back.

Not great news regarding the fact that my Arsenal team sit bottom of their Champions League group, but being top of the Premiership is some conselation.

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Very insecure :(

Looks like I might be down to 2/3 before long.

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Not looking good for me, I was always up against it playing as West Ham though ;)

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4th in the league and top of my UEFA group, going pretty good.just hope i dont get sacked in the other two...

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[B][FONT=Verdana]Update 5 – canvey!![/FONT][/B]
[B][FONT=Verdana]Years: 0, Months: 5, Days: 146[/FONT][/B]

[FONT=Verdana]There have been a number of sackings this month. Sadly, they were all in the second tiers of the relevant countries. However, [B]Maz Armley[/B] and [B]David Machine[/B] were two of many managers edging their way towards that, while Liverpool boss [B]Jeremy English[/B] has fought his way away with an unbeaten month including a 2-0 away victory at Rangers and a 1-0 victory in the League Cup, usurping their rivals in a visit to Goodison Park. Armley’s Racing produced two spectacular victories this month, including a 5-0 win over Czechs Slovan Liberec in the UEFA Cup. However, a couple of losses in his league campaign leaves the Englishman stuck in 15th position.[/FONT]

[B][FONT=Verdana]David Machine[/FONT][/B][FONT=Verdana]’s Athletic, meanwhile won only one league game this month, although they followed up a 1-1 draw at home to Espanyol with a 2-0 cup victory at home to Espanyol. However, this was little saving grace and the Australian finds himself out of that tournament on a 2-3 aggregate.[/FONT]

[FONT=Verdana]All of the English Big Four had troubles this month, although it was arguably Manchester United who had the least amount of them. [B]Maurice Jobson[/B] guided his Red Devils team to a 3-0 victory over Celtic in the Champions League, a 4-0 victory over Watford in the League Cup and a 5-0 victory over lowly Wigan in the league. However, the Rwandan was unable to successfully leave the Emirates, where [B]Tom Smith[/B]’s Arsenal won 2-1 with an Edwin van der Sar dismissal. A saving grace for Jobson may be that in tomorrow’s League Cup Quarter Final, they are at home to the London club. Smith, however, was not without his own problems. He promptly dismissed Steve McClaren’s FC Twente when they visited in the Champions League, but were pegged back 2-2 by a resilient Everton, and a trip to Craven Cottage didn’t go to plan, where they were handed a 0-2 defeat.[/FONT]

[FONT=Verdana]Yet not even [B]Tim Aubel[/B], manager of Fulham, had a perfect month, as Portsmouth, with their flagging manager [B]Zach Machios[/B], visited London, and triumphed with a 3-1 victory, scoring in the 22nd, 26th and 28th minute. Fulham were also knocked out of the League Cup on penalties after a 2-2 draw at Molineux. However, the victory over Arsenal as well as wins over West Ham and Blackburn put Aubel in a Secure position. And despite his win over Fulham, Machios is still Very Insecure with his club sitting in 18th place. They were on the other side of that Fulham scoreline against Blackburn while Pompey lost 1-2 to Manchester United and [B]Brucie Bonus[/B]’s West Brom.[/FONT]

[B][FONT=Verdana]Clark Aitken[/FONT][/B][FONT=Verdana]’s Roma were finally trumped this month, leaving Juventus, and their female manager [B]Lisa Jeffries[/B], the only side without a loss in Serie A. In fact, it was a trip to the Old Lady’s (that’s not Jeffries I’m talking about) ground that terminated the sixteen-game winning streak. Yet Roma continue their success, remaining first, and Canadian Aitken is masterminding 3-0 wins in the Champions League, over Rangers and over [B]Cool Manager[/B]’s Atlético Madrid. Juventus, meanwhile, sitting five points behind, fell to a strong display in Lyon, and were held to a draw by [B]dafuge[/B]’s Torino. Despite this, dafuge’s side lie 17th in Serie A, as the Juventus game was the only one they didn’t lose this month.[/FONT]

[FONT=Verdana]In the Spanish Cup this month, Barcelona, managed by [B]Haowan Madridstas[/B], won 7-0 over opponents Real Unión to progress on a 9-0 aggregate. They also beat [B]Jellybean Man[/B]’s Numancia 4-0 while losing 0-1 to Real Madrid. However, Man is said to be Very Secure after preserving his team in the top half of the table, bringing some good results such as a 4-1 triumph over [B]Saul Goode[/B]’s Osasuna, yet losing in the Cup to Second Division Zaragoza. Despite being 19th in the League, Goode is said to be Stable, but he won only one game this month, over [B]Cristobal Blanco[/B]’s Recreativo, although he squeaked through the cup on penalties. Blanco’s side are in 16th, and the Peruvian shipped eight goals in three games yet has progressed in the cup where he will face bottom-placed Getafe, managed by Englishman [B]Joe Seddon[/B].[/FONT]

[FONT=Verdana]There were five relevant casualties in the English League Cup Fourth Round, and three Championship sides have made it to the Quarter Final, with one guaranteed to reach the Final Four. [B]Whoopy Dee[/B]’s West Ham lost 1-3 to [B]Liam Ferguson[/B]’s Manchester City, perhaps a contributing factor in the second-nationality New Zealander’s Very Insecure position, accompanied with his occupation of 19th place in the Premier League. [B]Andre da Conceiçao[/B]’s Chelsea outclassed Bolton in a 5-1 victory, which leads to [B]Arnold[/B][B] J. Rimmer’[/B]s description as ‘Insecure’. Wanderers struggled this month, losing also 1-3 to bottom-placed Wigan, yet they pulled back some form at the end of the month to beat Manchester City 2-1. Chelsea, meanwhile, lie in 8th place after defeats to Tottenham and Newcastle, although the Portuguese manager’s side beat both PSV and CJR Cluj 2-1 in the Champions League.[/FONT]

[B][FONT=Verdana]James Salter[/FONT][/B][FONT=Verdana]’s Reggina saw an unbeaten month this November in Serie A, a welcome turnabout that puts them into 15th spot. While their results were far from sensational, in amongst them were 2-1 victories over Napoli, Torino and [B]Da Hoover Man[/B]’s Sampdoria, who sit in 8th despite three loses this month: one to Reggina, of course, but also one to [B]Cardio[/B][B] Vascular[/B]’s Genoa and to [B]Ben Cee[/B]’s Inter. Inter lie in 3rd place, but not even they were free from imperfections. Despite a 4-0 Champions League triumph over Galatasaray, they lost in the same competition to Portugal’s Sporting CP, and also in a league trip to [B]Theo St[/B][B]igarakis[/B]’s Catania. Genoa lie in 7th but have had an indifferent month, and face a trip to Juventus in the Italian Cup for their very next match.[/FONT]

[FONT=Verdana]Back to sunny Spain now and [B]Lawrence[/B][B] Lazewski[/B]’s Valencia top the form charts without a loss this month. This includes a 4-0 home victory over Murcia in the Spanish Cup and a trip to Austria where a 3-0 win was upsetting for Salzburg. A 4-0 win over Recreativo was another highlight. Real Madrid, managed by [B]Lucas Volman[/B], were also unbeaten, including a 2-0 demolition of their opponents in Donetsk, a 5-0 Cup win over Fuerteventura, resulting in an 8-0 aggregate, and a 3-0 win over [B]Maz Armley[/B]’s Racing. Two Spanish teams found themselves unable to win, but [B]Sirus Lannock[/B]’s Málaga accumulated four draws whereas Getafe saw themselves to only two.[/FONT]

[FONT=Verdana]In terms of other sides without wins, in England there weren’t any, but [B]Leo Dodge’[/B]s Tottenham came close to not losing, yet fell 0-2 in a difficult game at Anfield. Some highlights for the Englishman this month include wins over Chelsea and a 4-1 conquest of Manchester City, yet they were held 1-1 by sc Heerenveen in the UEFA Cup. Regardless, the 46-year-old came third in the Manager of the Month award and is coming third in the league too. Like Tottenham, [B]Mark Cator[/B]’s Aston Villa only lost the one game this month, yet theirs was to Hull and they also found difficulty in a trip to the home ground of [B]Jack Browne[/B], leaving disappointed after Sevilla won 2-0. Cator is currently Very Insecure.[/FONT]

[FONT=Verdana]In the UEFA Cup, [B]Neji Hyuuga[/B]’s Deportivo are the first relevant side to qualify for the next round, completing their qualification just two games in after a 2-1 win over Austria Wien this month. [B]Will de Mote[/B]’s A.C. Milan have also won both European games after winning 3-1 over [B]Liam Ferguson[/B]’s Manchester City at the City of Manchester Stadium, and [B]Lawrence Lazewski[/B]’s Valencia also have six points, while Udinese, under the reins of [B]Tyler Burrows[/B], sit just inside the qualification spots by virtue of their goal difference.[/FONT]

[FONT=Verdana]In the Champions League, however, all English sides have qualified for the knockout round with one game to play, but Villarreal, managed by [B]Lars Tommersen[/B], are fighting it out with Bordeaux for their qualification, while [B]Ben Taylor[/B]’s Fiorentina are trying to overcome Celtic. Juventus need to overtake Spartak Moscow while only one team is definitely out, with [B]Cool Manager[/B]’s Atlético Madrid in contention with Rangers for third place and a UEFA Cup spot.[/FONT]

[FONT=Verdana]Next month brings a number of things for our managers. There’s always the promise of more league action, while European group stages reach their conclusion. For those in Italy there is the First Round of the Cup whereas there is, of course, Christmas, Natale or Navidad. However, will the gifts of any of the managers be a P45? We’ll see.[/FONT]

[B][FONT=Verdana]Manager of the Update[/FONT][/B]
[FONT=Verdana]There were a number of strong candidates for Manager of the Update this month, not least because of the defeats handed to the Big Four. However the winner is;[/FONT]

[B][FONT=Verdana]Leo Dodge[/FONT][/B][FONT=Verdana], Tottenham[/FONT]

[FONT=Verdana]By virtue of the fact that he’s not won it yet. [B]Lawrence[/B][B] Lazewski[/B] at Valencia came close, and would have won it if not for a 2-2 draw against Numancia. However, I felt it unfair to punish Leo Dodge for losing a difficult game to Liverpool, and also looked at their performances in relation to their league expectations, with Lazewski four places above the prediction and Dodge six. Other claimants were [B]Lisa Jeffries[/B] at Juventus who had an unbeaten league month yet lost in Lyon, and [B]Lucas Volman[/B] at Real Madrid, with [B]Jeremy English[/B] also a top contender.[/FONT]

[B][FONT=Verdana]Job Securities[/FONT][/B][code]
[FONT=Courier New] [B]Po[/B][B]s Username Manager Club Security Days [/B]
[/FONT][FONT=Courier New] 1st canvey!! Fréderico Canvey Stoke Very Secure 146
[/FONT][FONT=Courier New] - ScottT! Scott Tysoe Sunderland Very Secure 146
[/FONT][FONT=Courier New] - Walcott’s Wonderkids Brucie Bonus West Brom Very Secure 146
[/FONT][FONT=Courier New] - IlikeJellybeans Jellybean Man Numancia Very Secure 146
[/FONT][FONT=Courier New] - Greasy Chip Butty Andy Morton Sporting Very Secure 146
[/FONT][FONT=Courier New] - Chimpos Phill Ewles Valladolid Very Secure 146
[/FONT][FONT=Courier New] 7th clrkaitken Clark Aitken Roma Secure 146
[/FONT][FONT=Courier New] - spartans5 Lawrence Lazewski Valencia Secure 146
[/FONT][FONT=Courier New] - ssestig Theo Stigarakis Catania Secure 146
[/FONT][FONT=Courier New] - JSalter James Salter Reggina Secure 146
[/FONT][FONT=Courier New] - Martin_ Martin Bojangles Hull Secure 146
[/FONT][FONT=Courier New] - hasdgfas Tim Aubel Fulham Secure 146
[/FONT][FONT=Courier New]13th kashmirshazad Shazad Ali Newcastle Stable 146
[/FONT][FONT=Courier New] - dafuge dafuge Torino Stable 146
[/FONT][FONT=Courier New] - hamilton162 Tom Hamilton Mallorca Stable 146
[/FONT][FONT=Courier New] - Swafe Saul Goode Osasuna Stable 146
[/FONT][FONT=Courier New] - Ben Arsenal Ben Cee Inter Stable 146
[/FONT][FONT=Courier New] - Haowan Haowan Madridstas Barcelona Stable 146
[/FONT][FONT=Courier New] - conners Sirus Lannock Málaga Stable 146
[/FONT][FONT=Courier New] - mikeytwigge Mikey Twigge Palermo Stable 146
[/FONT][FONT=Courier New] - AtilasMiserly Will de Mote A.C. Milan Stable 146
[/FONT][FONT=Courier New] - pnefc22 Wobill Luman Betis Stable 146
[/FONT][FONT=Courier New] - Jack Rudd Lisa Jeffries Juventus Stable 146
[/FONT][FONT=Courier New] - Neji Neji Hyuuga Deportivo Stable 146
[/FONT][FONT=Courier New] - rancer890 Ricky Nakano Middlesbro Stable 146
[/FONT][FONT=Courier New] - corinthiano Mathias Brunckhorst Chievo Stable 146
[/FONT][FONT=Courier New] - super_lampard Super Lampard Lecce Stable 146
[/FONT][FONT=Courier New] - tomsmith1989 Tom Smith Arsenal Stable 146
[/FONT][FONT=Courier New] - PluckaDuck Tyler Burrows Udinese Stable 146
[/FONT][FONT=Courier New] - weeeman27bob Lord Weeman Napoli Stable 146
[/FONT][FONT=Courier New] - Romanista1994 Lucas Volman Real Madrid Stable 146
[/FONT][FONT=Courier New] - ~Ian~ Bryan McGuinness Everton Stable 146
[/FONT][FONT=Courier New] - DiscoStu94 Da Hoover Man Sampdoria Stable 146
[/FONT][FONT=Courier New] - ian_1982 Maurice Jobson Man United Stable 146
[/FONT][FONT=Courier New] - Neilio Neilio Almería Stable 146
[/FONT][FONT=Courier New] - Cardiovascular Cardio Vascular Genoa Stable 146
[/FONT][FONT=Courier New] - fergysafc Liam Ferguson Man City Stable 146
[/FONT][FONT=Courier New] - Lower Leagues Rule Jonte Rhodes Lazio Stable 146
[/FONT][FONT=Courier New] - bermybhoy bermybhoy Atalanta Stable 146
[/FONT][FONT=Courier New] - TaylorB Ben Taylor Fiorentina Stable 146
[/FONT][FONT=Courier New] - MikaelS Mikael Schøler Bologna Stable 146
[/FONT][FONT=Courier New] - Robert_296 Robert Boyle Blackburn Stable 146
[/FONT][FONT=Courier New] - Waghlon Lars Tommersen Villarreal Stable 146
[/FONT][FONT=Courier New] - JoeLatics Joe Gleeson Espanyol Stable 146
[/FONT][FONT=Courier New] - Blanco Cristobal Blanco Recreativo Stable 146
[/FONT][FONT=Courier New] - brettney1980 Brettney Joven Wigan Stable 146
[/FONT][FONT=Courier New] - el sid Cool Manager At. Madrid Stable 146
[/FONT][FONT=Courier New] - jack.browne Jack Browne Sevilla Stable 146
[/FONT][FONT=Courier New] - SCIAG Leo Dodge Tottenham Stable 146
[/FONT][FONT=Courier New] - TigerJoe Joe Seddon Getafe Stable 146
[/FONT][FONT=Courier New] - NepentheZ Neppo Monster Cagliari Stable 146
[/FONT][FONT=Courier New] - tadr Andre da Conceiçao Chelsea Stable 146
[/FONT][FONT=Courier New] - PaulHartman71 Jeremy English Liverpool Stable 146
[/FONT][FONT=Courier New]54th Almondo Arnold J. Rimmer Bolton Insecure 146
[/FONT][FONT=Courier New]55th m1234566778 Maz Armley Racing Very Insecure 146
[/FONT][FONT=Courier New] - Ridleys James Ridley Siena Very Insecure 146
[/FONT][FONT=Courier New] - d-machine David Machine Athletic Very Insecure 146
[/FONT][FONT=Courier New] - KiddingChoc Zach Machios Portsmouth Very Insecure 146
[/FONT][FONT=Courier New] - markcator3006 Mark Cator Aston Villa Very Insecure 146
[/FONT][FONT=Courier New] - Whoopy D Whoopy D West Ham Very Insecure 146[/FONT][/code]

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[B][FONT=Verdana]Update 5 - Ridleys[/FONT][/B]
[B][FONT=Verdana]Years: 0, Months: 5, Days: 146[/FONT][/B]

[FONT=Verdana]Things are heating up in the competition this month, with some managers exceeding expectations like [/FONT][FONT=Verdana]Bolton[/FONT][FONT=Verdana]’s [/FONT][B][FONT=Verdana]Arnold J. Rimmer [/FONT][/B][FONT=Verdana]for example, who is now regarded as Very Secure as he has guided his club in to a European position for the time being in 7th place. There are also managers performing below par, especially Liverpool boss [/FONT][B][FONT=Verdana]Jeremy English[/FONT][/B][FONT=Verdana] who has now gone 9 games in all competitions without a win, and fans of the club were embarrassed by [/FONT][B][FONT=Verdana]Maurice Jobson’s [/FONT][/B][FONT=Verdana]Manchester United after a 6-1 win for the Red Devils. Things are also going badly for [/FONT][B][FONT=Verdana]Joe Gleeson[/FONT][/B][FONT=Verdana] at Espanyol, who was expecting a mid-table position at the very least at the beginning of the season. His side sit at the bottom of La Liga and remain the only team to not reach double figures in points so far. Unsurprisingly both Jeremy English and Joe Gleeson are Precarious at their respective clubs.[/FONT]

[FONT=Verdana]In [/FONT][FONT=Verdana]Italy[/FONT][FONT=Verdana] things aren’t going quite to plan for Chievo and their Brazilian manager [/FONT][B][FONT=Verdana]Mathias Brunckhorst[/FONT][/B][FONT=Verdana]. Despite having won only one of their 14 games so far and picking up only four points I was surprised to see that that the Chievo boss is still labelled as Stable by his team. The same applies for Stoke manager [/FONT][B][FONT=Verdana]Fréderico Canvey [/FONT][/B][FONT=Verdana]who is also regarded as Stable by his club despite being the only team in the Premiership to still be in single figures and are five points adrift at the bottom of the league. On the other hand things are going very well for [B]Arnold J. Rimmer[/B] of [/FONT][FONT=Verdana]Bolton[/FONT][FONT=Verdana] who has led his team to a very respectable 7th position for the time being.[/FONT]

[FONT=Verdana]Last month's Manager of the Update winner (and two time winner overall) [B]Bryan McGuinness[/B], manager of Everton, has had another solid month and still sit in a Champions League position. Tottenham and their manager [B]Leo Dodge[/B] join Everton in a Champions League position. Everton are in 3rd place and Tottenham are in 2nd, joint on points with [B]Andre da Conceiçao[/B] at [/FONT][FONT=Verdana]Chelsea[/FONT][FONT=Verdana]. Both teams also top their groups in the UEFA Cup. Osasuna’s [B]Saul Goode[/B] is surprising everyone in La Liga as his team are exceeding all expectations and find themselves in the top half of the table. If they keep their form going they may sneak a European place for next season! Mr Goode is Very Secure at his club.[/FONT]

[FONT=Verdana]Catania[/FONT][FONT=Verdana] are the surprise team in this years Serie A. Their manager [B]Theo Stigarakis[/B] has surprised everybody so far by taking his team in to 8th position with only one defeat in their last seven league games, including wins against [B]Lord Weeman’s[/B] Napoli, [B]Mikey Twigge’s [/B]Palermo and [B]Da Hoover Man’s [/B]Sampdoria who are all performing below par and find themselves below Catania in the league. [B]Ben Cee’s [/B]Inter are the only team in the competition still unbeaten.Over in [/FONT][FONT=Verdana]Spain[/FONT][FONT=Verdana] the top two teams are [/FONT][B][FONT=Verdana]Lucas Volman’s [/FONT][/B][FONT=Verdana]Real Madrid and [/FONT][B][FONT=Verdana]Haowan Madridstas’s [/FONT][/B][FONT=Verdana]Barcelona[/FONT][FONT=Verdana] who are already six points clear of 3rd place Atlético [/FONT][FONT=Verdana]Madrid,[/FONT][FONT=Verdana] managed by [/FONT][B][FONT=Verdana]Cool Manager[/FONT][/B][FONT=Verdana]. [/FONT][FONT=Verdana]Barcelona[/FONT][FONT=Verdana] are top of the table on 33 points with Real Madrid on 32 points, followed by Atlético [/FONT][FONT=Verdana]Madrid[/FONT][FONT=Verdana] on 26 points and [/FONT][B][FONT=Verdana]Jack Browne’s [/FONT][/B][FONT=Verdana]Sevilla on 25 points.[/FONT]

[FONT=Verdana]There have been no real surprises in the Champions League, with all but one of the English, Italian and Spanish teams on track for qualification to the knockout stages. Roma’s [/FONT][B][FONT=Verdana]Clark Aitken[/FONT][/B][FONT=Verdana] has drawn all five of his Champions League matches so far and are in 3rd in their group, behind Zenit. [/FONT][FONT=Verdana]Real Madrid have already qualified from that group. Villarreal, managed by [/FONT][B][FONT=Verdana]Lars Tommersen[/FONT][/B][FONT=Verdana], have not had the best of form in the league recently, but their form has been magnificent in [/FONT][FONT=Verdana]Europe[/FONT][FONT=Verdana], playing five games in their group and winning all five, including two wins against [/FONT][FONT=Verdana]Liverpool[/FONT][FONT=Verdana]. Female manager [/FONT][B][FONT=Verdana]Lisa Jeffries [/FONT][/B][FONT=Verdana]has also been celebrating good form in the Champions League, remaining unbeaten with her club Juventus and qualifying along with [/FONT][B][FONT=Verdana]Tom Smith’s[/FONT][/B][FONT=Verdana] Arsenal.[/FONT]

[FONT=Verdana]In the UEFA Cup it has been very smooth for the five English teams in the competition, as four of them top their respective groups. One of these teams is [/FONT][B][FONT=Verdana]Zach Machios’s [/FONT][/B][FONT=Verdana]Portsmouth[/FONT][FONT=Verdana] who won their group comfortably. [/FONT][B][FONT=Verdana]Mark Cator’s [/FONT][/B][FONT=Verdana]Aston Villa also won their group with relative ease. [/FONT][B][FONT=Verdana]Maz Armley[/FONT][/B][FONT=Verdana] is struggling in [/FONT][FONT=Verdana]Europe[/FONT][FONT=Verdana] and is not doing well in the league either. 19th in the league and on the brink of being knocked out of [/FONT][FONT=Verdana]Europe[/FONT][FONT=Verdana] will not go down well with the Racing supporters.[/FONT]

[B][FONT=Verdana]Shazad Ali’s [/FONT][/B][FONT=Verdana]Newcastle[/FONT][FONT=Verdana] pulled off a shock 2-0 win against [/FONT][FONT=Verdana]Liverpool[/FONT][FONT=Verdana]’s under-pressure manager Jeremy English in the League Cup. There were also wins for Aston Villa who beat Manchester United, [/FONT][FONT=Verdana]Bolton[/FONT][FONT=Verdana] who beat Tottenham on penalties and Arsenal who beat [/FONT][B][FONT=Verdana]Liam Ferguson’s [/FONT][/B][FONT=Verdana]Manchester[/FONT][FONT=Verdana]City[/FONT][FONT=Verdana] 1-0. [/FONT][FONT=Verdana]Portsmouth[/FONT][FONT=Verdana] overcame their Championship opponents [/FONT][FONT=Verdana]Burnley[/FONT][FONT=Verdana] after extra time, Everton who thrashed [/FONT][B][FONT=Verdana]Brucie Bonus’s [/FONT][/B][FONT=Verdana]West Brom[/FONT][FONT=Verdana] 4-1 and [/FONT][B][FONT=Verdana]Robert Boyle’s [/FONT][/B][FONT=Verdana]Blackburn[/FONT][FONT=Verdana] were lucky to come out with a 1-0 win against Sheffield United. The draw for the FA Cup 3rd Round has also been drawn with three all-premiership clashes. [/FONT][B][FONT=Verdana]Martin Bojangles’s [/FONT][/B][FONT=Verdana]Hull[/FONT][FONT=Verdana] play away at Arsenal, Aston Villa are at home to [/FONT][FONT=Verdana]Middlesbrough[/FONT][FONT=Verdana] managed by [/FONT][B][FONT=Verdana]Ricky Nakano [/FONT][/B][FONT=Verdana]and [/FONT][FONT=Verdana]West Brom[/FONT][FONT=Verdana] will be playing Tottenham at home.[/FONT]

[FONT=Verdana]In [/FONT][FONT=Verdana]Spain[/FONT][FONT=Verdana],[/FONT][B][FONT=Verdana] Jellybean Man’s [/FONT][/B][FONT=Verdana]Numancia were the only La Liga team not to progress through to the next round of the Spanish Cup. They were defeated 1-0 on aggregate by [/FONT][FONT=Verdana]Las Palmas[/FONT][FONT=Verdana]. Las Palmas have been drawn against [/FONT][B][FONT=Verdana]Joe Seddon’s [/FONT][/B][FONT=Verdana]Getafe[/FONT][FONT=Verdana] for the next round.[/FONT]

[B][FONT=Verdana]Manager of the Update[/FONT][/B]
[FONT=Verdana]My manager of the update has to go to;

[/FONT][B][FONT=Verdana]Theo Stigarakis[/FONT][/B][FONT=Verdana], [/FONT][FONT=Verdana]Catania[/FONT]

[FONT=Verdana]An Impressive month for [B]Theo Stigarakis[/B], with wins against [/FONT][FONT=Verdana]Napoli[/FONT][FONT=Verdana] and [/FONT][FONT=Verdana]Palermo[/FONT][FONT=Verdana] along the way. It’s also been another good month for [B]Ben Cee[/B] at Inter who tops Serie A after another unbeaten month. [B]Zach Machios [/B]was also a contender after qualifying with ease from the UEFA Cup Group Stages.[/FONT]
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[B]Pos Username Manager Club Security Days[/B]
1 Almondo Arnold J. Rimmer Bolton Very Secure 146
- pnefc22 Wobill Luman Betis Very Secure 146
- ssestig Theo Stigarakis Catania Very Secure 146
- Lower Leagues Rule Jonte Rhodes Lazio Very Secure 146
- conners Sirus Lannock Málaga Very Secure 146
- IlikeJellybeans Jellybean Man Numancia Very Secure 146
- Swafe Saul Goode Osasuna Very Secure 146
- Greasy Chip Butty Andy Morton Sporting Very Secure 146
- dafuge dafuge Torino Very Secure 146
- Chimpos Phill Ewles Valladolid Very Secure 146
11 ~Ian~ Bryan McGuinness Everton Secure 146
- TigerJoe Joe Seddon Getafe Secure 146
- kashmirshazad Shazad Ali Newcastle Secure 146
- KiddingChoc Zach Machios Portsmouth Secure 146
15 hasdgfas Tim Aubel Fulham Stable 146
- hamilton162 Tom Hamilton Mallorca Stable 146
- Ben Arsenal Ben Cee Inter Stable 146
- canvey!! Fréderico Canvey Stoke Stable 146
- Haowan Haowan Madridstas Barcelona Stable 146
- clrkaitken Clark Aitken Roma Stable 146
- mikeytwigge Mikey Twigge Palermo Stable 146
- AtilasMiserly Will de Mote A.C. Milan Stable 146
- spartans5 Lawrence Lazewski Valencia Stable 146
- Jack Rudd Lisa Jeffries Juventus Stable 146
- rancer890 Ricky Nakano Middlesbrough Stable 146
- corinthiano Mathias Brunckhorst Chievo Stable 146
- super_lampard Super Lampard Lecce Stable 146
- tomsmith1989 Tom Smith Arsenal Stable 146
- PluckaDuck Tyler Burrows Udinese Stable 146
- weeeman27bob Lord Weeman Napoli Stable 146
- Robert_296 Robert Boyle Blackburn Stable 146
- Ridleys James Ridley Siena Stable 146
- Romanista1994 Lucas Volman Real Madrid Stable 146
- JSalter James Salter Reggina Stable 146
- ian_1982 Maurice Jobson Man United Stable 146
- markcator3006 Mark Cator Aston Villa Stable 146
- Neilio Neilio Almería Stable 146
- Cardiovascular Cardio Vascular Genoa Stable 146
- Martin_ Martin Bojangles Hull Stable 146
- fergysafc Liam Ferguson Man City Stable 146
- TaylorB Ben Taylor Fiorentina Stable 146
- MikaelS Mikael Schøler Bologna Stable 146
- Waghlon Lars Tommersen Villarreal Stable 146
- Blanco Cristobal Blanco Recreativo Stable 146
- Whoopy D Whoopy D West Ham Stable 146
- ScottT! Scott Tysoe Sunderland Stable 146
- brettney1980 Brettney Joven Wigan Stable 146
- Walcott’s Wonderkids Brucie Bonus West Brom Stable 146
- el sid Cool Manager At. Madrid Stable 146
- jack.browne Jack Browne Sevilla Stable 146
- SCIAG Leo Dodge Tottenham Stable 146
- NepentheZ Neppo Monster Cagliari Stable 146
- tadr Andre da Conceiçao Chelsea Stable 146
54 DiscoStu94 Da Hoover Man Sampdoria Insecure 146
55 bermybhoy bermybhoy Atalanta Very Insecure 146
- d-machine David Machine Athletic Very Insecure 146
- Neji Neji Hyuuga Deportivo Very Insecure 146
- m1234566778 Maz Armley Racing Very Insecure 146
59 JoeLatics Joe Gleeson Espanyol Precarious 146
- PaulHartman71 Jeremy English Liverpool Precarious 146
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Stable in all 3 still. Hopefully i won't get sacked anytime soon!

KUTGW canvey, Ridleys and Weeeman :thup:

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That's what i thought :D Until i remembered that there is no way he could fix the job status in FMRTE :D

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Stable in two with no mention in weemans but not looking good in canveys

Exceeding expectations in Ridleys and Very secure looking good, just hope this success doenst lure other clubs for my signature

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stable in all 3 but not a single mention of mighty Bologna :(

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[B]Lives Table
Years: 0, Months: 5, Days: 146

[/B][IMG]http://i486.photobucket.com/albums/rr222/canvey-/Football%20Manager%202009/60%20to%20One/table0146.png?t=1247343509[/IMG]

[B]Manager of the Update - Previous Winners[/B][code][FONT=Courier New]
[B]Update canvey!! Ridleys weeeman27bob[/B]
Jul 08 James Salter, Reggina Liam Ferguson, Man City Whoopy Dee, West Ham
Aug 08 Lawrence Lazewski, Valencia Bryan McGuinness, Everton Tom Smith, Arsenal
Sep 08 Clark Aitken, Roma Ben Taylor, Fiorentina Tom Hamilton, Mallorca
Oct 08 Clark Aitken, Roma Bryan McGuinness, Everton Ben Taylor, Fiorentina
Nov 08 Leo Dodge, Tottenham Theo Stigarakis, Catania Leo Dodge, Tottenham
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stable in 2/3 now, but looking like I could be fired any day in Ridley's game :(

kutgw guys :thup:

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Stable, Secure, Stable, Top of La Liga in one, kutgw guys

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2x Very Insecure for me. It's not looking good - I'm tempted to start a new game managing Valencia now :D

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[quote name='Neji']2x Very Insecure for me. It's not looking good - I'm tempted to start a new game managing Valencia now :D[/QUOTE]

Ditto. Except the Valencia part. Grim :thdn:

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Joint top :thup: + motm in Ridley's save. KUTGW guys.

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This is a good read guys and a great project, bit gutted I missed it now :thdn:

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Very insecure in 2 of them.... But where am I in weeeman's table? By the sounds of it I'm very insecure anyway so I don't think I'll be around much longer :D

It seems on closer inspection that you have out Chimpos twice and left me out :(

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Unbeaten in two out of three.

Lookign good. :thup:

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Joint 27th Overall :) Looking good for me. Not brilliant so i am lured away to other clubs, but not rubbish either so i don't get sacked :D

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