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[FM11] He's Going Home, He Going Home, He's Going... Nobby's Going Home... Version 2

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It's certainly odd that a player with his ability is so poor over so many games and then goes and puts in a performance that no one else in that division could pull off......guess it's the Leon Best effect.

Shh, he's World Class, and Tottenham should definitely buy him and not Carroll :)

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2013/4 - Newcastle Town (Northern Premier League Premier Division)

It's where the celebration is a tense affair

Board: Fight bravely against relegation

Media: 18th

Bookies: 40-1

Season tickets: 94 (up 1)

We have a new kit sponsorship deal for the next four years worth £2000 per season (no change).

We make a poor start to the season and sit in the drop zone after a few games.

Thankfully things improve and at Christmas we have reached midtable with Emilsson finally having started scoring goals.

I sign a one year extension to my contract with a £25 per week pay rise to £275.

But then our form dropped off again and we went into freefall, losing eight straight games and scoring just one in seven before briefly stopping the rot with a 4-2 win at second placed Marine.

My 200th match in charge is the final match of the season at Stafford Rangers. A draw isn't enough and we get relegated.

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FA CUP FIRST QUALIFYING ROUND REPLAY: Malvern Town 2 Newcastle Town 0

FA TROPHY SECOND QUALIFYING ROUND: Marine 3 Newcastle Town 0

NORTHERN PREMIER LEAGUE CHALLENGE CUP THIRD ROUND: Newcastle Town 1 Northwich Victoria 2

Top rating: Sean McHugh 6.92

Top goalscorer: Liam Rushton 13 in 43 games

Top league goalscorer: Kristján Emilsson 12 in 36 games

PLAYER OF THE YEAR

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YOUNG PLAYER OF THE YEAR

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You have the wrong image for the table showing. Unlucky in your relegation. Good luck for next season.

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Roll of Honour

PREMIER LEAGUE

Champions: Manchester City

Champions League qualifiers: Manchester United, Tottenham Hotspur, Liverpool

Relegated: Blackpool, Cardiff City, Bolton Wanderers

CHAMPIONSHIP

Champions: Wigan Athletic

Promoted: Reading, Stoke City

Relegated: Ipswich Town, Portsmouth, Milton Keynes Dons

LEAGUE ONE

Champions: Swindon Town

Promoted: Coventry City, Sheffield Wednesday

Relegated: Notts County, Leyton Orient, Oldham Athletic, Barnet

LEAGUE TWO

Champions: Bradford City

Promoted: Bury, Carlisle United, Northampton Town

Relegated: York City, Burton Albion

CONFERENCE PREMIER

Champions: AFC Wimbledon

Promoted: Crawley Town

Relegated: Forest Green Rovers*, Barrow, Bath City, AFC Telford United

CONFERENCE NORTH

Champions: Corby Town

Promoted: Wrexham

Relegated: Droylsden, AFC Fylde, Colwyn Bay

CONFERENCE SOUTH

Champions: Havant & Waterlooville

Promoted: Woking

Relegated: Ashford Town (Middlesex), Maidenhead United, Tiverton Town

ISTHMIAN PREMIER LEAGUE

Champions: VCD Athletic

Promoted: Kingstonian

Relegated: Dulwich Hamlet, Great Wakering Rovers, Harlow Town, Aveley

NORTHERN PREMIER LEAGUE PREMIER DIVISION

Champions: Chorley

Promoted: Eastwood Town

Relegated: Buxton, Newcastle Town, Bradford Park Avenue, North Ferriby United

SOUTHERN PREMIER LEAGUE

Champions: Eastleigh

Promoted: Gloucester City

Relegated: Andover, Bideford, Almondsbury Town, Rushall Olympic

ISTHMIAN FIRST DIVISION NORTH

Champions: Grays Athletic

Promoted: Brentwood Town

Relegated: Potters Bar Town, Redbridge

ISTHMIAN FIRST DIVISION SOUTH

Champions: Carshalton Athletic

Promoted: Fleet Town

Relegated: Whitehawk, Chatham Town

NORTHERN PREMIER LEAGUE FIRST DIVISION NORTH

Champions: Burscough

Promoted: Woodley Sports

Relegated: Kendal Town, Scarborough Athletic, Trafford

NORTHERN PREMIER LEAGUE FIRST DIVISION SOUTH

Champions: Hucknall Town

Promoted: Belper Town

Relegated: Shepshed Dynamo, Carlton Town

SOUTHERN FIRST DIVISION CENTRAL

Champions: Malvern Town

Promoted: Daventry Town

Relegated: Woodford United, Bedworth United

SOUTHERN FIRST DIVISION SOUTH/WEST

Champions: Biggleswade Town

Promoted: AFC Totton

Relegated: Cinderford Town

* indicates 10 points deducted

FA CUP

Manchester United 2 Tottenham Hotspur 1

LEAGUE CUP

Tottenham Hotspur 0 Sunderland 2e

JOHNSTONE'S PAINT TROPHY

Notts County 0 Coventry City 3

FA TROPHY

Crawley Town 3 AFC Wimbledon 2

CHAMPIONS LEAGUE

Manchester United 3 Manchester City 1

Olympiastadion, Berlin

EUROPA LEAGUE

CSKA Moscow 1 Genoa 2e

Råsunda Stadium

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You have the wrong image for the table showing. Unlucky in your relegation. Good luck for next season.

I noticed and changed it and thanks.

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Ouch. A win over Rangers would have seen you survive on goal difference. Tough Luck Nobby.

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EUROPEAN LEAGUE WINNERS

Austria: Red Bull Salzburg (x6)

Belarus: BATE Borisov (x8)

Belgium: Anderlecht (x5)

Bulgaria: Litex

Croatia: Dinamo Zagreb (x9)

Czech Republic: Teplice

Denmark: FC Copenhagen (x6)

Finland: JJK

France: Paris Saint-Germain (x2)

Germany: Bayern Munich (x5)

Greece: Panathinaikos (x3)

Hungary: Fehérvár

Iceland: Leiknir

Israel: Hapoel Tel-Aviv

Italy: Palermo

Netherlands: FC Twente

Northern Ireland: Linfield (x5)

Norway: Haugesund

Poland: Wisla Krakow (x2)

Portugal: Sporting Lisbon

Republic of Ireland: Bohemians (x2)

Romania: CFR Cluj

Russia: CSKA Moscow (x2)

Scotland: Celtic (x2)

Serbia: Partizan Belgrade (x2)

Slovakia: Slovan Bratislava

Slovenia: Maribor (x2)

Spain: Barcelona

Sweden: AIK Stockholm

Switzerland: FC Zurich (x3)

Turkey: Galatasaray (x4)

Ukraine: Shakhtar Donetsk

Wales: Neath (x2)

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MAJOR ENGLISH CLUBS

1. Manchester United

2. Manchester City

3. Liverpool

4. Chelsea

5. Arsenal

6. Tottenham Hotspur

TOP ENGLISH PLAYERS

1. Wayne Rooney (Manchester United, 94 caps, 43 goals)

2. John Terry (Chelsea, 101 caps, 8 goals)

3. Jack Rodwell (Everton, 14 caps, 1 goal)

4. Joe Hart (Manchester City, 44 caps)

5. James Milner (Manchester City, 42 caps, 4 goals)

6. Ryan Shawcross (Manchester City, 26 caps, 1 goal

TOP EUROPEAN DOMESTIC COMPETITIONS

1. English Premier League - 4.5*

2. Spanish Liga BBVA - 4.5*

3. Italian Serie A - 4*

4. German First Division - 4*

5. French Ligue 1 - 4*

6. English FA Cup - 3.5*

Most improved: Maltese Premier League - 410th to 307th, 0.5*

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New Club Records

Most games lost in a row: 8

Most games without winning: 10

Most games without scoring: 3

Most goals in a match: 5 - Kristján Emilsson v Spalding United (Away, Northern Premier League Premier Division)

Most league appearances: 141 - Lassana Sidibé

Most league goals: 53 - Liam Rushton

Youngest player: 16 years 282 days - Jack Leworthy v Matlock Town (Away, Northern Premier League Premier Division)

New League Records

Lowest attendance: 33 - Spalding United v Marine

Biggest win: Stafford Rangers 6 Wakefield 1

Highest scoring game: Eastwood Town 4 Ilkeston Town 5

Most games lost in a row: 8 - Newcastle Town

Most games without winning: 19 - North Ferriby United

Most goals conceded: 75 - North Ferriby United

Top goalscorer: 30 - Kevin Smith (Ilkeston Town)

Most goals in a match: 5 - Kristján Emilsson for Newcastle Town v Spalding United (A)

All Time Best Eleven

New inductees in italics

DR - Joe Selby (137, 2, 6.86)

DL - John Sheldon (94, 0, 6.85) - released

DC - Robert Hughes (107, 2, 6.89)

MR - Lassana Sidibé (161, 22, 6.84)

ML - Jake Jones (106, 10, 6.74)

MC - Luke Bottomer (62, 4, 6.84)

ST - Liam Rushton (151, 61, 7.00)

SB - Josh James (70, 0, 6.69)

SB - David Morley (97, 2, 6.89)

SB - Dan Skelton (96, 29, 6.85) - released

SB - Andy Nicholls (62, 3, 6.79) - sold to Market Drayton Town

SB - Jordan Johnson (125, 10, 6.67)

SB - Kamran Abassi (168, 2, 6.86)

SB - Josh Wright (53, 12, 6.69)

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Bad luck with the relegation. Whats your job status like?

It's stable, so no chance of being sacked over the close season.

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Season Summary

[b]Season[/b]   [b]Team[/b]             [b]Division[/b]                          [b]Pos[/b]   [b]FA Cup[/b]                    [b]Other[/b]
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2010/11  Newcastle Town   Northern First Division South     7th   Second Qualifying Round   FA Trophy Second Qualifying Round
2011/12  Newcastle Town   Northern First Division South     [b]1st[/b]   Preliminary Round         FA Trophy Second Qualifying Round
2012/13  Newcastle Town   Northern Premier                 13th   First Qualifying Round    FA Trophy Second Qualifying Round
2013/14  Newcastle Town   Northern Premier                 [i]20th[/i]   First Qualifying Round    FA Trophy Second Qualifying Round

Note: Bold indicates promotion, italics relegation.

The Trophy Cabinet

LEAGUES

Northern Premier League First Division South - 2011/2

CUPS

None

AWARDS

Northern Premier League First Division South Manager of the Season - 2011/2

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Good good, confident of a swift return next season Nobby?

Reasonably confident. Depends how we start.

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2014 World Cup

Hosts: Brazil

Holders: Spain

GROUP STAGE

Oman, Republic of Ireland, Ivory Coast, Saudi Arabia, Japan, Denmark, Italy, Sweden, Costa Rica, South Korea, Chile, Egypt, Nigeria, Peru, Paraguay, United States

SECOND ROUND

Hungary 3 Algeria 0

Brazil 2 Spain 0

Colombia 0 England 1

Australia 2 Cameroon 1

Switzerland 1 Argentina 0

Portugal 0 France 0p

Mexico 2 Croatia 0

Netherlands 2 Germany 2p

QUARTER FINALS

Hungary 1 Australia 2

Brazil 0 England 0p

Switzerland 1 Germany 0

France 2 Mexico 1

SEMI FINALS

Australia 2 France 1

England 2 Switzerland 0

THIRD PLACE PLAYOFF

Switzerland 1 France 2

FINAL

Australia 1 England 3

Maracanã, Rio de Janeiro

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Bob Bradley has been appointed as the new manager of Manchester United following the retirement of Martin O'Neill.

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whos bob bradley lol...Its okay Avram Grant took over from Tony Mowbray on my save as Utd manager.

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Tony Mowbray's managing Real Madrid on my save lol, anyway these updates are keeping me entertained so keep them up!

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Bob Bradley has been appointed as the new manager of Manchester United following the retirement of Martin O'Neill.

Has he signed his son yet? :)

(actually he is a pretty decent player)

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Tough season Nobby. I'm expecting you to bounce straight back up! ;)

...And as for England winning the World Cup...well, I don't know what's more surprising. Winning it or beating Brazil on pens!

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I wonder when people type lol if they are actually laughing out loud. The reason being is that a lot of people have a strange sense of humour with some of the things that are "lol'd" at.

I'm more hoping that expecting Raware!

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This kid's a bit good... 18 years old, already my vice captain and banging in goals like this.

[video=youtube;VPYCC8T0bZQ]

Shame we lost 2-1.

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Packed stands too I see.

Lovely song on the first page btw :thup: And I don't mean the guy that was screaming some gibberish.

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What a strike! He a youth lad or did you bring him in from elsewhere?

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Packed stands too I see.

What are the attendances like Nobby? Looks like one man and his dog in that match.

Cracking goal though. :thup:

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Packed stands too I see.

Lovely song on the first page btw :thup: And I don't mean the guy that was screaming some gibberish.

Our ground is less than 10% full every match. :D

Florence Welch has a great voice and really makes that song. For once, a cover is better than the original.

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What a strike! He a youth lad or did you bring him in from elsewhere?

He is young but I got him on a free (unattached). I think he was at Wigan and got released without playing a match, but I'll have to check next time I play if I remember to do so.

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What are the attendances like Nobby? Looks like one man and his dog in that match.

Cracking goal though. :thup:

Usually get in the high 200s but have got over 400 this season, still in October.

[video=youtube;j0anIVqYYyM]

Interesting choice of You Tube for the preview shot.

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That goal from Lacey was something special.

He had already scored one not quite as good. He's going to be too good for us in a couple of years unless he propels us upwards as fast.

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Florence Welch has a great voice and really makes that song. For once, a cover is better than the original.

Happens a fair bit, but it is quite rare. I didn't know it was a cover, doy!

Jimi Hendrix's All Along the Watchtower is far superior to Bob Dylan's original, and Dylan himself plays a slight variation of the Hendrix version now.

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He is young but I got him on a free (unattached). I think he was at Wigan and got released without playing a match, but I'll have to check next time I play if I remember to do so.

I was wrong about Lacey, he has only had one club, Newcastle Town. He did come through the youth ranks.

His central midfield partner, Paul Gallagher was the one released by Wigan.

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Local boy done good then!

Jimi was something else alright, there's a few recordings/performances that give me tingles up by back, but noone does it half as often as he does. Funnily enough, another "cover better than original" scenario is - I believe - Stevie Ray Vaughan's cover of Hendrix's Little Wing.

[video=youtube;48m2gdjX47o]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=48m2gdjX47o

Certainly when I learned it on guitar, that's the one I learned.

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Incredible seeing Hendrix playing in front of a few hundred people in a field. :)

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To be fair... Hendrix had probably taken some 'leisurely substances' and thought it was a few thousand. :D

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Happens a fair bit, but it is quite rare. I didn't know it was a cover, doy!

You Got The Love was originally done by Candy Staton.

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good work, nobby. enjoyed reading this so far.

also, noticed the greydog forums in your task bar. :cool:

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Thanks Bob.

Yes, I do have a game of TEW 2010 on the go. There is a thread following my game in the dynasty section of the forum if you're interested.

Just wished I could free up Sunday nights to race in the F1 league full time, but alas, I have to earn the pennies to enable me to live.

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2014/5 - Newcastle Town (Northern Premier League First Division South)

It's where we rub it in the noses of our local rivals

Board: Safe mid table

Media: 12th

Bookies: 33-1

Season tickets: 90 (down 4)

We start well, being unbeaten in the first seven league games.

Things get even better as we go on a great run and haul ourselves top.

We maintain our strong form as we build a small but significant lead.

In the penultimate game we beat King's Lynn 4-0 to seal the title and promotion.

The celebration party is the home derby versus Kidsgrove Athletic. We win 2-1. All Town fans are jubilant.

I'm ****ing delighted.

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FA CUP FIRST QUALIFYING ROUND: Kidsgrove Athletic 2 Newcastle Town 1

FA TROPHY PRELIMINARY ROUND: Newcastle Town 1 Cheshunt 2

NORTHERN PREMIER LEAGUE CHALLENGE CUP FIRST ROUND: Newcastle Town 0 Cammall Laird 1

NORTHERN PREMIER LEAGUE PRESIDENT'S CUP QUARTER FINAL: Clitheroe 0p Newcastle Town 0

Top rating: Kristján Emilsson 7.27

Top goalscorer: Liam Rushton 23 in 48 games

Top league goalscorer: Liam Rushton 23 in 41 games

PLAYER OF THE YEAR

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YOUNG PLAYER OF THE YEAR

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Roll of Honour

PREMIER LEAGUE

Champions: Manchester City

Champions League qualifiers: Manchester United, Liverpool, Tottenham Hotspur

Relegated: Wigan Athletic, Southampton, West Bromwich Albion

CHAMPIONSHIP

Champions: Burnley

Promoted: Swansea City, Cardiff City

Relegated: Sheffield United, Derby County, Preston North End

LEAGUE ONE

Champions: Colchester United

Promoted: Ipswich Town, Milton Keynes Dons

Relegated: Bristol Rovers, Carlisle United, Crewe Alexandra, Wycombe Wanderers

LEAGUE TWO

Champions: Oldham Athletic

Promoted: Leyton Orient, Morecambe, Grimsby Town

Relegated: AFC Wimbledon, Yeovil Town

CONFERENCE PREMIER

Champions: Gateshead

Promoted: Mansfield Town

Relegated: Kidderminster Harriers, Nuneaton Town, Woking, Chelmsford City

CONFERENCE NORTH

Champions: FC United of Manchester

Promoted: Worcester City

Relegated: Altrincham, Eastwood Town, Blyth Spartans

CONFERENCE SOUTH

Champions: Sutton United

Promoted: Bromley

Relegated: Boreham Wood, Basingstoke Town, Eastleigh

ISTHMIAN PREMIER LEAGUE

Champions: Tonbridge Angels

Promoted: Grays Athletic

Relegated: Soham Town Rangers, Hitchin Town, Arlesey Town, Brentwood Town

NORTHERN PREMIER LEAGUE PREMIER DIVISION

Champions: Droylsden

Promoted: AFC Fylde

Relegated: Wakefield, Matlock Town, Belper Town, Ilkeston Town

SOUTHERN PREMIER LEAGUE

Champions: Tiverton Town

Promoted: Weymouth

Relegated: Bognor Regis Town, AFC Totton, Yate Town, Fleet Town

ISTHMIAN FIRST DIVISION NORTH

Champions: Harlow Town

Promoted: Dartford

Relegated: Waltham Abbey, Ilford

ISTHMIAN FIRST DIVISION SOUTH

Champions: Dulwich Hamlet

Promoted: Metropolitan Police

Relegated: Horsham, Mertsham

NORTHERN PREMIER LEAGUE FIRST DIVISION NORTH

Champions: Stocksbridge Park Steels

Promoted: Brigg Town

Relegated: Ossett Town, Durham City, Salford City

NORTHERN PREMIER LEAGUE FIRST DIVISION SOUTH

Champions: Newcastle Town

Promoted: Leek Town

Relegated: Lincoln United, Market Drayton Town

SOUTHERN FIRST DIVISION CENTRAL

Champions: Dunstable Town

Promoted: Hemel Hempstead Town

Relegated: Rugby Town, Aylesbury

SOUTHERN FIRST DIVISION SOUTH/WEST

Champions: Didcot Town

Promoted: Taunton Town

Relegated: Gosport Borough

* indicates 10 points deducted

FA CUP

Manchester United 2 Burnley 0

LEAGUE CUP

Chelsea 3 Norwich City 0

JOHNSTONE'S PAINT TROPHY

Oldham Athletic 2 Colchester United 0

FA TROPHY

Dagenham & Redbridge 1 Welling United 3

CHAMPIONS LEAGUE

Lyon 0 CSKA Moscow 1

Estádio do Dragão

EUROPA LEAGUE

Valencia 0 Bayer Leverkusen 1

Georgios Karaiskakis, Piraeus

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EUROPEAN LEAGUE WINNERS

Austria: Red Bull Salzburg (x7)

Belarus: BATE Borisov (x9)

Belgium: Anderlecht (x6)

Bulgaria: Litex (x2)

Croatia: Hajduk Split

Czech Republic: Viktoria Plzen

Denmark: FC Copenhagen (x7)

Finland: Haka

France: Lyon

Germany: Bayer Leverkusen

Greece: Panathinaikos (x4)

Hungary: Újpest

Iceland: ÍBV

Israel: Maccabil Tel-Aviv

Italy: Palermo (x2)

Netherlands: FC Twente (x2)

Northern Ireland: Linfield (x6)

Norway: Rosenborg

Poland: Wisla Krakow (x3)

Portugal: Braga

Republic of Ireland: Bohemians (x3)

Romania: FC Timișoara

Russia: CSKA Moscow (x3)

Scotland: Rangers

Serbia: Partizan Belgrade (x3)

Slovakia: Zilina

Slovenia: Celje

Spain: Real Madrid

Sweden: AIK Stockholm (x2)

Switzerland: Basel

Turkey: Besiktas

Ukraine: Dynamo Kiev

Wales: Llanelli

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MAJOR ENGLISH CLUBS

1. Manchester United

2. Manchester City

3. Liverpool

4. Chelsea

5. Arsenal

6. Tottenham Hotspur

TOP ENGLISH PLAYERS

1. Wayne Rooney (Manchester United, 99 caps, 43 goals)

2. Jack Rodwell (Everton, 29 caps, 5 goals)

3. Joe Hart (Manchester City, 58 caps)

4. Ryan Shawcross (Manchester City, 38 caps, 1 goal)

5. James Milner (Manchester City, 55 caps, 6 goals)

6. Aaron Lennon (Tottenham Hotspur, 44 caps, 2 goals)

TOP EUROPEAN DOMESTIC COMPETITIONS

1. English Premier League - 4.5*

2. Spanish Liga BBVA - 4.5*

3. Italian Serie A - 4*

4. German First Division - 4*

5. French Ligue 1 - 4*

6. English FA Cup - 3.5*

Most improved: Andorran Premier League - 811th to 581st, 0.5*

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Nice to see United the top club and Rooney top player :)

And I suppose you did ok in your league as well Nobby....... ;)

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New Club Records

Average attendance: 299

Top goalscorer: 23 - Liam Rushton

Top league goalscorer: 23 - Liam Rushton

Most man of the match: 10 - Kristján Emilsson

Most league appearances: 179 - Lassana Sidibé

Most league goals: 76 - Liam Rushton

Oldest goalscorer: 30 years 2 days - George Lay v Leek Town (Away, Northern Premier League First Division South)

New League Records

Biggest win: Market Drayton Town 0 Curzon Ashton 8

Most games lost in a row: 9 - Vauxhall Motors

Most goals in a match: 5 - Tom Hollis for Curzon Ashton at Market Drayton Town

All Time Best Eleven

New inductees in italics

GK - Josh James (120, 0, 6.76)

DR - Joe Selby (174, 2, 6.86)

DC - David Morley (145, 3, 6.92)

DC - Robert Hughes (152, 2, 6.89)

MR - Lassana Sidibé (205, 33, 6.86)

ML - Jake Jones (106, 10, 6.74) - stats not updated

MC - Luke Bottomer (82, 5, 6.85)

ST - Kristján Emilsson (85, 33, 7.09)

ST - Liam Rushton (199, 84, 7.03)

SB - Kamran Abassi (168, 2, 6.86) - stats not updated

SB - George Walters (73, 3, 6.74)

SB - Jordan Thewlis (76, 11, 6.74)

Legends

None

Icons

None

Favoured Personnel

Liam Rushton

Kamran Abassi

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Nice to see United the top club and Rooney top player :)

And I suppose you did ok in your league as well Nobby....... ;)

Hopefully he'll retire with a horrific leg injury in pre season and manure will get relegated as a consequence. ;)

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