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[FM10] Football Manager Makes Me Curze

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Thanks to Uncle Ron's fine work, levels 7 & 8 now seem to have (close to) realistic regionalisation regarding the teams, and also promotion of teams up to level 8 (side note, Newcastle Town appeared after just one season. :))

So now, it's time for my FM2010 career, hopefully it will be as epic as my Billericay saves on previous versions and who knows... maybe I'll end up there again..?

Version: Football Manager 2010 with patch 1

Extras: Uncle Ron's England levels 7 & 8 file

Leagues Loaded: 26 leagues in 9 nations

England to level 8

Scotland to Third Division

Wales Premier League only

Northern Ireland to Second Division

Ireland to First Division

France to Ligue 2

Germany to Second Division

Italy to Serie B

Spain to Liga adelante

Starting season: 2011/2 (holiday for first two seasons)

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2009/10 Roll of Honour

PREMIER LEAGUE

Champions: Chelsea

Champions League qualifiers: Tottenham Hotspur, Arsenal, Liverpool

Relegated: Wolverhampton Wanderers, Wigan Athletic, Fulham

CHAMPIONSHIP

Champions: Newcastle United

Promoted: West Bromwich Albion, Reading

Relegated: Peterborough United, Plymouth Argyle, Swansea City

LEAGUE ONE

Champions: Leeds United

Promoted: Colchester United, Huddersfield Town

Relegated: Wycombe Wanderers, Yeovil Town, Brentford, Carlisle United

LEAGUE TWO

Champions: Crewe Alexandra

Promoted: Rochdale, Shrewsbury Town, Rotherham United

Relegated: Grimsby Town, Dagenham & Redbridge

CONFERENCE PREMIER

Champions: Oxford United

Promoted: Luton Town

Relegated: Hayes & Yeading United, Tamworth, Eastbourne Borough, Chester City

CONFERENCE NORTH

Champions: Southport

Promoted: Droylsden

Relegated: Gloucester City, Ilkeston Town, Farsley Celtic

CONFERENCE SOUTH

Champions: Hampton & Richmond Borough

Promoted: Chelmsford City

Relegated: Braintree Town, Worcester City, Dorchester Town

ISTHMIAN PREMIER LEAGUE

Champions: Carshalton Athletic

Promoted: Horsham

Relegated: AFC Hornchurch, Aveley, Hendon, Harrow Borough

NORTHERN PREMIER LEAGUE PREMIER DIVISION

Champions: FC United of Manchester

Promoted: King's Lynn

Relegated: Frickley Athletic, Buxton, Hucknall Town, Durham City

SOUTHERN PREMIER LEAGUE

Champions: Truro City

Promoted: Oxford City

Relegated: Clevedon Town, Bedford Town, Hemel Hempstead Town, Stourbridge

ISTHMIAN FIRST DIVISION NORTH

Champions: Harlow Town

Promoted: Enfield Town

Relegated: Ilford, Tilbury

ISTHMIAN FIRST DIVISION SOUTH

Champions: Folkestone Invicta

Promoted: Whyteleafe

Relegated: Mertsham, Horsham YMCA

NORTHERN PREMIER LEAGUE FIRST DIVISION NORTH

Champions: Ossett Albion

Promoted: Wakefield

Relegated: Prescot Cables, Rossendale United

NORTHERN PREMIER LEAGUE FIRST DIVISION SOUTH

Champions: Lincoln United

Promoted: Grantham Town

Relegated: Brigg Town, Willenhall Town

SOUTHERN FIRST DIVISION MIDLANDS

Champions: Bromsgrove Rovers

Promoted: Slough Town

Relegated: Biggleswade Town, Barton Rovers

SOUTHERN FIRST DIVISION SOUTH/WEST

Champions: Cirencester Town

Promoted: Mangotsfield United

Relegated: Thatcham Town, Andover

FA CUP

Chelsea 2 Manchester United 3

LEAGUE CUP

Manchester United 1 Chelsea 0

FA TROPHY

Rushden & Diamonds 1 Stevenage Borough 0

CHAMPIONS LEAGUE

Real Madrid 2 Liverpool 3

Santiago Bernabéu, Madrid

EUROPA LEAGUE

Benfica 1 Inter Milan 0

HSH-Nordbank-Arena, Hamburg

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2010 World Cup

Hosts: South Africa

Holders: Italy

GROUP STAGE

Slovakia, Paraguay, Australia, Greece, Denmark, Costa Rica, Ghana, Japan, Germany, South Korea, United States, South Africa, Russia, North Korea, Saudi Arabia, Mexico

SECOND ROUND

Ivory Coast 0 Italy 3

Brazil 0 Tunisia 2

Netherlands 2 Israel 0

Algeria 1 Spain 3

Chile 1 Ukraine 4

Serbia 0 Gabon 1

Ecuador 1 England 3

Argentina 1 France 0

QUARTER FINALS

Italy 0 Spain 2

Tunisia 1 Netherlands 3

Ukraine 1 Argentina 0

Gabon 0 England 3

SEMI FINALS

Spain 3 England 2

Netherlands 2 Ukraine 2p

THIRD PLACE PLAYOFF

Netherlands 0 England 3

FINAL

Spain 1 Ukraine 2e

Soccer City, Johannesburg

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2010/1 Roll of Honour

PREMIER LEAGUE

Champions: Arsenal

Champions League qualifiers: Manchester City, Manchester United, Liverpool

Relegated: Birmingham City, Reading, Stoke City

CHAMPIONSHIP

Champions: Crystal Palace

Promoted: Bristol City, Nottingham Forest

Relegated: Huddersfield Town, Derby County, Colchester United

LEAGUE ONE

Champions: Plymouth Argyle

Promoted: Southampton, Charlton Athletic

Relegated: Rochdale, Shrewsbury Town, Gillingham, Walsall

LEAGUE TWO

Champions: Port Vale

Promoted: Notts County, Wycombe Wanderers, Carlisle United

Relegated: Aldershot Town, Darlington

CONFERENCE PREMIER

Champions: York City

Promoted: Cambridge United

Relegated: Droylsden, Chelmsford City, Altrincham, Southport

CONFERENCE NORTH

Champions: Chester City

Promoted: Northwich Victoria

Relegated: Workington, Solihull Moors, Redditch United

CONFERENCE SOUTH

Champions: Basingstoke Town

Promoted: Lewes

Relegated: Maidenhead United, Thurrock, Horsham

ISTHMIAN PREMIER LEAGUE

Champions: Braintree Town

Promoted: Tooting & Mitcham United

Relegated: Enfield Town, Cray Wanderers, Hastings United, Whyteleafe

NORTHERN PREMIER LEAGUE PREMIER DIVISION

Champions: Boston United

Promoted: Ilkeston Town

Relegated: Grantham Town, Wakefield, Kendal Town, Ossett Albion

SOUTHERN PREMIER LEAGUE

Champions: Merthyr Tydfil

Promoted: Worcester City

Relegated: Didcot Town, Bashley, Gloucester City, Leamington

ISTHMIAN FIRST DIVISION NORTH

Champions: Hendon

Promoted: Cheshunt

Relegated: Enfield, Leyton

ISTHMIAN FIRST DIVISION SOUTH

Champions: Croydon Athletic

Promoted: Sittingbourne

Relegated: Corinthian-Casuals, Molesey

NORTHERN PREMIER LEAGUE FIRST DIVISION NORTH

Champions: AFC Hornchurch

Promoted: Lancaster City

Relegated: Bishop Auckland, Woodley Sports

NORTHERN PREMIER LEAGUE FIRST DIVISION SOUTH

Champions: Leek Town

Promoted: Market Drayton Town

Relegated: Sheffield, Redbridge

SOUTHERN FIRST DIVISION MIDLANDS

Champions: Dunstable Town

Promoted: Bury Town

Relegated: Leighton Town, Soham Town Rangers

SOUTHERN FIRST DIVISION SOUTH/WEST

Champions: AFC Totton

Promoted: Taunton Town

Relegated: Bedfont Green, Flackwell Heath

FA CUP

Manchester City 0 Everton 2

LEAGUE CUP

Tottenham Hotspur 3 Crystal Palace 1

FA TROPHY

Wrexham 1 Mansfield Town 0

CHAMPIONS LEAGUE

Chelsea 2 Barcelona 1

Wembley, London

EUROPA LEAGUE

Manchester City 2 Genoa 1

Lansdowne Road, Dublin

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Which leads me to the start of my playing. Update to come in due course.

In the close season, Fabio Capello retired and has been replaced by Stuart Pearce.

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I've holidayed two seasons and the regional allocation of teams in levels 6 to 8 are much better thanks to Uncle Ron's work, and a spread of teams get promoted to level 8 each season rather than just Northern ones.

I also don't have my cock up of goal difference doesn't count. :D

After two seasons of holidaying, my intention was to take over a team in the lowest level in one of the British leagues, preferably in England. When the season update ran for the third season, it left me a choice of 1 team.

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I've holidayed two seasons and the regional allocation of teams in levels 6 to 8 are much better thanks to Uncle Ron's work, and a spread of teams get promoted to level 8 each season rather than just Northern ones.

By the way, the regional leagues work fine in 2020 as that is as far as I have tested the file :cool:

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That sounds great Aaron. :)

I've had a good long session today, my second at my starting club and I've reached mid January. Should have completed the first season by the end of the week, though a certain PS3 shooting game that is coming out tomorrow might have something to say about that...

In the mean time, here is something for Sam... ;)

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I've holidayed two seasons and the regional allocation of teams in levels 6 to 8 are much better thanks to Uncle Ron's work, and a spread of teams get promoted to level 8 each season rather than just Northern ones.

I also don't have my cock up of goal difference doesn't count. :D

After two seasons of holidaying, my intention was to take over a team in the lowest level in one of the British leagues, preferably in England. When the season update ran for the third season, it left me a choice of 1 team.

It hasn't worked that well if AFC Hornchurch win the Northern Premier League Northern division.

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I did notice that but they've moved back to the Isthmian after one season in the Northern.

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I did notice that but they've moved back to the Isthmian after one season in the Northern.

Utterly bizaare!

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Cheers Giz.

Only four games left to play now, so should have my first played season up over the weekend.

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Curzon Ashton

Curzon Ashton play at The Tameside Stadium, Ashton-under-Lyne which has a capacity of 4000 with 500 seats. Being a new stadium, built in 2004, it has top corporate facilities with adequate training facilities and basic youth facilities.

The club has kit sponsors on a 4 year deal until 2015 who pay the club £1400 per year.

Their rivals are Ashton United, FC United of Manchester and Mossley.

The club was formed in 1963 but has no history of any real note. Their highest finish in the league came in 1995/6 when they finished 4th in the Northern Premier League First Division, before the restructuring of the non league pyramid and 4th again in the new North Division in 2007/8. The club became more well known in the 2008/9 season where they reached the FA Cup First Round for the first ever time and defeated Exeter City of League Two before being knocked out at Kidderminster Harriers.

The home kit is all blue while the away kit is all red.

The board have given me a 2 year contract on £275 per week.

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2011/2 - Curzon Ashton (Northern Premier League First Division North)

Board: Mid table

Media: 14th

Bookies: 14-1

Season tickets: 96 (down 3)

We make a flying start, winning our opening four games before the wheels come off, and once we fix them back on, we've put them on backwards as we are as consistant as gravity on the moon. We settle into mid table mediocrity.

Northern Premier League First Division North: 11th, 56 points

FA Cup Second Qualifying Round: FC United of Manchester 3 Curzon Ashton 0

FA Trophy Second Qualifying Round: Hucknall Town 2 Curzon Ashton 0

Northern Premier League Challenge Cup Third Round: Curzon Ashton 1 Burscough 2

Northern Premier League President's Cup Second Round: Curzon Ashton 1 Quorn 1p

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Roll of Honour

PREMIER LEAGUE

Champions: Manchester United

Champions League qualifiers: Arsenal, Chelsea, Manchester City

Relegated: Crystal Palace, Nottingham Forest, Bristol City

CHAMPIONSHIP

Champions: Wigan Athletic

Promoted: Wolverhampton Wanderers, Birmingham City

Relegated: Coventry City, Plymouth Argyle, Cardiff City

LEAGUE ONE

Champions: Swansea City

Promoted: Derby County, Peterborough United

Relegated: Rotherham United, Port Vale, Wycombe Wanderers, Milton Keynes Dons

LEAGUE TWO

Champions: Gillingham

Promoted: Walsall, Luton Town, Rochdale

Relegated: Cheltenham Town, Accrington Stanley

CONFERENCE PREMIER

Champions: Wrexham

Promoted: Rushden & Diamonds

Relegated: Crawley Town, Salisbury City, Ebbsfleet United, Hampton & Richmond Borough

CONFERENCE NORTH

Champions: Worcester City

Promoted: Fleetwood Town

Relegated: AFC Telford United, King's Lynn, Harrogate Town

CONFERENCE SOUTH

Champions: Carshalton Athletic

Promoted: Woking

Relegated: Weston-super-Mare, Tooting & Mitcham United, Staines Town

ISTHMIAN PREMIER LEAGUE

Champions: AFC Hornchurch

Promoted: Tonbridge Angels

Relegated: Billericay Town, Sittingbourne, Ashford Town (Middlesex), Horsham

NORTHERN PREMIER LEAGUE PREMIER DIVISION

Champions: Leek Town

Promoted: Guiseley

Relegated: Ashton United, Lancaster City, Stocksbridge Park Steels, Ossett Town

SOUTHERN PREMIER LEAGUE

Champions: Hednesford Town

Promoted: Cambridge City

Relegated: Swindon Supermarine, Tiverton Town, Chippenham Town, Banbury United

ISTHMIAN FIRST DIVISION NORTH

Champions: Aveley

Promoted: Northwood

Relegated: VCD Athletic, Hillingdon Borough

ISTHMIAN FIRST DIVISION SOUTH

Champions: Leatherhead

Promoted: Metropolitan Police

Relegated: East Thurrock, Chipstead

NORTHERN PREMIER LEAGUE FIRST DIVISION NORTH

Champions: Whitley Bay

Promoted: Skelmersdale United

Relegated: Clitheroe, Rossendale United

NORTHERN PREMIER LEAGUE FIRST DIVISION SOUTH

Champions: Witton Albion

Promoted: Hucknall Town

Relegated: Mickleover Sports, Brigg Town

SOUTHERN FIRST DIVISION MIDLANDS

Champions: Hemel Hempstead Town

Promoted: Sutton Coldfield Town

Relegated: Wingate & Finchley, Marlow

SOUTHERN FIRST DIVISION SOUTH/WEST

Champions: Gloucester City

Promoted: Bridgwater Town

Relegated: Andover, North Leigh

FA CUP

Crystal Palace 2e Arsenal 1

LEAGUE CUP

Sunderland 3 Liverpool 2

FA TROPHY

Grimsby Town 3 Weymouth 0

CHAMPIONS LEAGUE

Arsenal 2 Genoa 1

Allianz-Arena, München

EUROPA LEAGUE

Palermo 1 Napoli 0

Municipal, Braşov

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New Club Records

Highest attendance: 194 v Radcliffe Borough, league

Average attendance: 123

Highest scoring game: 5-2 v Harrogate Railway Athletic, home, league

Won in a row: 4

Lost in a row: 5

Games without winning: 9

Goals in a match: 3 - Nick Wellecomme v Harrogate Railway Athletic, home, league

Assists: 13 - Mark Smith

Average rating: 7.10 - Mark Smith (45 appearances)

Worst discipline: 17 yellows, 1 red - Hasim Deen

League appearances: 111 - Hasim Deen

Youngest player: 16 years 10 days - Paul Murphy v Wakefield, home, league

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2012 European Championship

Hosts: Poland and Ukraine

Holders: Spain

GROUP STAGE

Croatia, Poland, France, Sweden, Russia, Hungary, Switzerland, Serbia

QUARTER FINALS

Ukraine 3 Romania 1

Norway 0 Portugal 3

Germany 3 Italy 0

Spain 1p England 1

SEMI FINALS

Ukraine 0 Spain 2

Portugal 1 Germany 2

FINAL

Spain 1e Germany 0

Stadion Slaski, Chorzow

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Solid first season in mid table there Simon.

Good to see Hornchurch finally finding their correct league :o

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You might not quite think that had you seen me top with four wins from four!

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I thought it was going to be much easier than expected. :D

I'll be having a good session tomorrow and a two to three hour one on Wednesday. That will be it for a week as I'll be in Egypt. Hopefully I'll get most of a season done in that time.

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At least you finished higher than the media predicted even if the wheels came off after a great start.

Time to strengthen and hit the ground running next season.

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£275 p/w, Simon? Is that not a bit on the high side?

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£275 p/w, Simon? Is that not a bit on the high side?

It is, but it's what the board offered. I didn't ask for any more.

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And Psycho is first to get it with a Curze curse pun. :D

The others are Curzing their luck because I beat them to it :D *runs away*

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Taxi!

Mini half season update as I will be away for a week. Currently disputing the lead with Colwyn Bay, a 13 game unbeaten run (still going) has put me there.

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Egypt is fabulous. Shisha pipes :cool:

The unbeaten run didn't last much longer on my return, but a 4-0 drubbing in the local derby against Ashton United eased the stresses. :)

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Egypt is fabulous. Shisha pipes :cool:

I was there myself this summer, loved it :thup:

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I couldn't believe how cheap the shisha bars are. Two lots of tobacco and two drinks each for ten of us was 270 Egyptian Pounds, or about £30.

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2012/3 - Curzon Ashton (Northern Premier League First Division North)

Board: Safe mid table

Media: 14th

Bookies: 14-1

Season tickets: 98 (up 2)

I sign a two year contract extension on the same money.

Again we make a good start, despite in September. Then a long unbeaten run takes us to the top. Things fall apart in Spring where suddenly my players made Castel di Sangro look like they scored a lot of goals during the 'Secondo Miracolo'. We lose out on everything on the final day of the season. A frustrating end to a good season.

Northern Premier League First Division North: 6th, 70 points

FA Cup First Qualifying Round: Knocked out

FA Trophy Third Qualifying Round replay: Canvey Island 1p Curzon Ashton 1

Northern Premier League Challenge Cup Third Round: Belper Town 2 Curzon Ashton 0

Northern Premier League President's Cup Final: Curzon Ashton 2 Woodley Sports 0

At least I won a silver pot.

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Roll of Honour

PREMIER LEAGUE

Champions: Manchester United

Champions League qualifiers: Aston Villa, Manchester City, Chelsea

Relegated: Hull City, Bolton Wanderers, Birmingham City

CHAMPIONSHIP

Champions: Crystal Palace

Promoted: Nottingham Forest, Southampton

Relegated: Scunthorpe United, Oldham Athletic, Sheffield Wednesday

LEAGUE ONE

Champions: Norwich City

Promoted: Southend United, Plymouth Argyle

Relegated: Walsall, Carlisle United, Rochdale, Crewe Alexandra

LEAGUE TWO

Champions: Shrewsbury Town

Promoted: Bournemouth, Milton Keynes Dons, Bradford City

Relegated: Burton Albion, Yeovil Town

CONFERENCE PREMIER

Champions: Chester City

Promoted: Grimsby Town

Relegated: Kidderminster Harriers, Forest Green Rovers, Lewes, Basingstoke Town

CONFERENCE NORTH

Champions: Stafford Rangers

Promoted: Droylsden

Relegated: Stalybridge Celtic, Guiseley, Eastwood Town

CONFERENCE SOUTH

Champions: Crawley Town

Promoted: Weymouth

Relegated: Truro City, Braintree Town, Heybridge Swifts

ISTHMIAN PREMIER LEAGUE

Champions: Sutton United

Promoted: Wealdstone

Relegated: Hendon, Waltham Abbey, Northwood, Maidstone United

NORTHERN PREMIER LEAGUE PREMIER DIVISION

Champions: Nantwich Town

Promoted: Nuneaton Town

Relegated: Workington, Retford United, Worksop Town, Skelmersdale United

SOUTHERN PREMIER LEAGUE

Champions: Fanrborough

Promoted: Bromsgrove Rovers

Relegated: Maidenhead United, Taunton Town, Rugby Town, Cirencester Town

ISTHMIAN FIRST DIVISION NORTH

Champions: Heybridge Swifts

Promoted: Billericay Town

Relegated: Spalding United, Concord Rangers

ISTHMIAN FIRST DIVISION SOUTH

Champions: Horsham

Promoted: Dulwich Hamlet

Relegated: Corinthian-Casuals, Mertsham

NORTHERN PREMIER LEAGUE FIRST DIVISION NORTH

Champions: Garforth Town

Promoted: Kendal Town

Relegated: Durham City, Bishop Auckland

NORTHERN PREMIER LEAGUE FIRST DIVISION SOUTH

Champions: Chasetown

Promoted: Belper Town

Relegated: Redbridge, Rushall Olympic

SOUTHERN FIRST DIVISION MIDLANDS

Champions: Burnham

Promoted: Bedford Town

Relegated: Stourbridge, Leighton Town

SOUTHERN FIRST DIVISION SOUTH/WEST

Champions: Frome Town

Promoted: Tiverton Town

Relegated: Hungerford Town, Flackwell Heath

FA CUP

Aston Villa 1 Manchester City 3

LEAGUE CUP

Arsenal 2 Hull City 0

FA TROPHY

Droylsden 0 Chester City 2

CHAMPIONS LEAGUE

Real Madrid 1 Barcelona 0

Emirates Stadium, London

EUROPA LEAGUE

Genoa 0 AC Milan 1

St Jakobspark, Basel

OTHER LEAGUES

Scotland: Celtic

Northern Ireland: Crusaders

Ireland: St Patrick's Athletic

Wales: Llanelli

France: Lyon

Germany: Werder Bremen

Italy: Inter Milan

Spain: Barcelona

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New Club Records

Highest attendance: 810 v Woodley Sports, Northern League President's Cup Final

Highest gate: £4500 v Woodley Sports, Northern League President's Cup Final

Average attendance: 186

Biggest defeat: 0-4 v Bamber Bridge, league (away)

Won in a row: 5

Games without losing: 16

Games without scoring: 4

Average rating: 7.15 - Mark Smith (51 appearances)

Man of the match: 7 - Nick Wellecomme

League appearances: 134 - Byron Littlefair

Oldest player: 36 years 300 days - Denny Ingram v Woodley Sports, Northern League President's Cup Final

Oldest scorer: 36 years 147 days - Denny Ingram v Durham City, league (home)

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It's akin to winning a poor man's version of the Eidos Suck Arse Shield, but thanks anyway.

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2013/4 - Curzon Ashton (Northern Premier League First Division North)

Board: Respectable position

Media: 6th

Bookies: 3-1

Season tickets: 99 (up 1)

A very good start sees us unbeaten in our first 8 games. Our ultra solid defence cements our position at the top end of the table, indeed it's shortly into the second half of the season before our conceded column reaches double figures. Our strong form continues despite only having 16 fit players for a time, and we win the league with one game to spare.

Northern Premier League First Division North: 1st, 83 points

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FA Cup First Qualifying Round: Knocked out

FA Trophy Third Qualifying Round replay: Curzon Ashton 1 Newcastle Town 1p

Northern Premier League Challenge Cup First Round: Buxton 2 Curzon Ashton 1

Northern Premier League President's Cup Quarter Final: Curzon Ashton 1 Prescot Cables 2

Fans' Player of the Season: Ian Cadwallader

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Roll of Honour

PREMIER LEAGUE

Champions: Arsenal

Champions League qualifiers: Manchester United, Aston Villa, Tottenham Hotspur

Relegated: West Ham United, Nottingham Forest, Wigan Athletic

CHAMPIONSHIP

Champions: Birmingham City

Promoted: Fulham, Leicester City

Relegated: Southend United, Preston North End, Plymouth Argyle

LEAGUE ONE

Champions: Millwall

Promoted: Sheffield Wednesday, Coventry City

Relegated: Hartlepool United, Tranmere Rovers, Shrewsbury Town, Bournemouth

LEAGUE TWO

Champions: Port Vale

Promoted: York City, Rotherham United, Wycombe Wanderers

Relegated: Hereford United, Morecambe

CONFERENCE PREMIER

Champions: Mansfield Town

Promoted: Accrington Stanley

Relegated: Carshalton Athletic, Dagenham & Redbridge, Worcester City, Droylsden

CONFERENCE NORTH

Champions: Oxford City

Promoted: Kidderminster Harriers

Relegated: FC United of Manchester, Leek Town, Nuneaton Town

CONFERENCE SOUTH

Champions: Sutton United

Promoted: Dover Athletic

Relegated: Eastleigh, Bath City, Eastbourne Borough

ISTHMIAN PREMIER LEAGUE

Champions: Tooting & Mitcham United

Promoted: Dartford

Relegated: Metropolitan Police, Braintree Town, Cheshunt, Kingstonian

NORTHERN PREMIER LEAGUE PREMIER DIVISION

Champions: Hucknall Town

Promoted: Witton Albion

Relegated: Guiseley, Whitley Bay, Stalybridge Celtic, Market Drayton Town

SOUTHERN PREMIER LEAGUE

Champions: Thurrock

Promoted: Truro City

Relegated: Redditch United, Mangotsfield United, Evesham, Bury Town

ISTHMIAN FIRST DIVISION NORTH

Champions: Northwood

Promoted: Maldon Town

Relegated: Enfield, Hillingdon Borough

ISTHMIAN FIRST DIVISION SOUTH

Champions: Ashford Town (Middlesex)

Promoted: Whyteleafe

Relegated: Chipstead, Molesey

NORTHERN PREMIER LEAGUE FIRST DIVISION NORTH

Champions: Curzon Ashton

Promoted: Rossendale United

Relegated: Clitheroe, Ossett Albion

NORTHERN PREMIER LEAGUE FIRST DIVISION SOUTH

Champions: Newcastle Town

Promoted: Leigh Genesis

Relegated: Shepshed Dynamo, Waltham Forest

SOUTHERN FIRST DIVISION MIDLANDS

Champions: Banbury United

Promoted: Stourport Swifts

Relegated: Ilford, Enfield Town

SOUTHERN FIRST DIVISION SOUTH/WEST

Champions: Chippenham Town

Promoted: Maidenhead United

Relegated: Bedfont Green, Bishop's Cleeve

FA CUP

Chelsea 3 Crystal Palace 2

LEAGUE CUP

Burnley 3 Manchester United 1

FA TROPHY

Weymouth 1 Forest Green Rovers 2

CHAMPIONS LEAGUE

Lyon 1 Juventus 2

Ali Sami Yen Sports Complex, Istanbul

EUROPA LEAGUE

Liverpool 2 Benfica 0

Estádio do Dragão, Porto

OTHER LEAGUES

Scotland: Celtic

Northern Ireland: Linfield

Ireland: Bohemians

Wales: Llanelli

France: Bordeaux

Germany: Werder Bremen

Italy: Juventus

Spain: Real Madrid

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New Club Records

Highest league position: 1st in Northern Premier League First Division North

Games without conceding: 7

League appearances: 164 - Byron Littlefair

Oldest player: 37 years 303 days - Denny Ingram v Workington, Northern Premier League First Division North (away)

Oldest scorer: 37 years 163 days - Denny Ingram v Ossett Town, Northern Premier League First Division North (home)

New League Records

Games without winning: 23 - Ossett Albion

Games without scoring: 9 - Trafford

Goals scored: 73 - Chorley

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2014 World Cup

Hosts - Brazil

Holders - Ukraine

GROUP STAGE

Colombia, South Korea, Ivory Coast, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Mali, Slovakia, Romania, Canada, Jamaica, Finland, Iceland, Togo, Nigeria, Serbia, France, Uzbekistan

SECOND ROUNDS

Spain 0 Chile 2

Belgium 3 Australia 1

Peru 1 Italy 5

United States 1 Germany 0

England 2 Saudi Arabia 0

Uruguay 2 Argentina 4

Scotland 2 Brazil 3

Iran 2 Senegal 1

QUARTER FINALS

Chile 1 United States 0

Belgium 0 Italy 3

England 2 Iran 0

Argentina 2 Brazil 3e

SEMI FINALS

Chile 3 Brazil 2

Italy 2 England 1

THIRD PLACE PLAYOFF

Brazil 3 England 4

FINAL

Chile 1 Italy 3

Maracanã, Rio de Janeiro

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