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It's a dark day in the history of Southampton FC. The once brilliant team who used to grace the Premier League seasons on end have filed bankrupcy and with debts of £7.2m have closed the doors to the St. Marys Stadium for the final time. All the players had their contracts terminated and all staff have been relieved of their duties.

Out of their ashes, FC United of Southampton are formed. Former Saints legend Matt le Tissier set up the club to give the City of Southampton the beautiful game of Football. They will play at the VisitSouthampton.com Arena which holds 25,000 fans after it being built for Southampton to move into for the 2011 season.

Matt le Tissier has made the decision to employ Alan Pardew as the manager of FC United of Southampton, but with the majority of quality players required to compete in nPower League One and the lack of funds available to the club, Chairman Matt le Tissier has been left with no choice but to scout the country for the best young talent required to compete on all fronts.

22 players were discovered.


Monsieur Francaise - cuddlefish

Matthew Cooper - MattieCoopz


Andrew Jackson - Jack Rudd

Igor Kesina - JohnTerry26

João Tchiaka - as260191

Parry Neville - coldkohmew

Dave Williamson - Excelsiour

Jim Bowman - jimbowmanuk

Tardinho - manutdfan4lyf

Danny Callaghan


Ed Lawrence - ejldude

Drake Channon - letissierandhenryaregreat

Hete Slettebak - Time^-

Shaz Ali - UAF_85

Jamie Reynolds - BtahtheZone

Valentin Vasilev - Bilop

Björgvin Radebe - bjoggi33

Aidan Lfc - AidanOfLFC


Darren Russell - degz

Phill Ewles - chimpos

King Tikki-Mann - barry the second

Yakup Barış Kaşıkırık - YBK

All players given 120 CA and a big PA.

Database will be England (League Two and Above) France (Ligue 2 and Above) Spain (Liga Adelante and Above) Scotland (Division 3 and above) and Italy (Serie B and Above) Transfers with acceptable fees bid will be accepted after first season, All players will be monitored in their progress at whichever league or club they are at!

www.fcus-fc.tk - to view photos of all player profiles.

Up the FC.

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09/07 - The first month in the history of FC United of Southampton kicked off with the FA granting the club dispensation to play in the nPower League 1. After a squad of 22 talented youngesters were found, the first big moment for the club was the League Cup 1st Round Draw in which The Saints drew Port Vale, away from home.

12/7 - An international call up also came beckoning to represent Angola U-20's v Ethopia U-20s for Angolan Joao Tchiaka. A fantastic achievement for the club.

14/7 - The first player to fall victim to the injury table was talented youngest Drake Channon who sustained a broken nose after a training ground collision with fellow player Shaz Ali. Channon will be out for 2 weeks.

16/7 - Angola U20's 3-0 Ethopia U20's. Joao Tchiaka put in a debut Man of the Match performance for the Angolan youth side who triumphed over the Ethiopians, despite it being his first professional game. He didn't find the scoresheet but achieved a rating of 8.8 on his debut. A sign of things to come?


The first game in the history of FC United of Southampton led to a convincing victory over Newport County. A Darren Russell brace to go along with a Tardinho strike gave The Saints a comfortable win over a very lacklustre Newport.

XI - Francaise 8, Williamson 7, Bowman 7, Kesina 7, Jackson 7, Reynolds 7, Ali 7, Radebe 7, Lfc 7, Kasikirik 7, Russell 9

Subs - Sawyer 7, Vasilev 7, Burns 7, Tikki-Man 7, Neville 7, Tardinho 7, Slettebak 7, Brady 7, Hallam 7, Brooks 7

Not used - Cooper, Ward


Against a stronger opposition, The Saints came out and proved their worth as they trounced Crewe Alexandra 4-0. A superb hat-trick from striker, King Tikki-Man and a first-minute goal from veteran striker Phill Ewles sealed a very dominant win for The Saints. Tikki-Man has now surely stated his claim for a starting place!

XI - Francaise 7, Neville 8, Bowman 8, Kesina 7, Jackson 7, Reynolds 8, Ali 7, Radebe 7, Slettebak 7, Tikki-Man 10, Ewles 8

Subs - Cooper 6, Callaghan 7, Vasilev 7, Burns 7, Lawrence 7, Kasikirik 7, Tardinho 7, Williamson 7, Channon 7


A respectable draw for FC as they took on Championship title-contenders Cardiff City in the welsh capital and came away with a goal-less after a Man of the Match performance from Angolan U20 International, Joao Tchiaka who kept Cardiff at bay. A positive result for a delightful young side. Dave Jones later complimented Pardew on his style and management of the young side.

XI - Cooper 7, Williamson 7, Tardinho 7, Tchiaka 8, Kesina 7, Reynolds 7, Radabe 7, Lfc 7, Ali 7, Russell 7, Ewles 6

Subs - Francaise 7, Neville 7, Vasilev 7, Callaghan 7, Kasikirik 7, Tikki-Man 7, Channon 7, Lawrence 7

25/7 - Angola U20's manager Laurent Bonadei has decided to call up Joao Tchiaka to the squad again to yet again face the Ethopian U20 side, could this be international burnout? Or good for the African young starlet?


An out-of-sorts performance from FC led to them being defeated 2-1 on a sunny evening at Ashton Gate. The only consolation came at 2-0 down in the 55th minute when striker Darren Russell scored but FC could not capitalise and find a second.

XI - Cooper 7, Neville 6, Tardinho 6, Callaghan 6, Jackson 7, Reynolds 7, Channon 7, Ali 7, Slettebak 8, Kasikirik 6, Russell 7

Subs - Williamson 7, Vasilev 7, Lawrence 6, Kesina 7, Tikki-Man 7

Not used - Francais, Radebe

30/7 The African press could not heap enough praise on Angolan prodigy Joao Tchiaka as he achieved another man of the match performance after Angola U20's beat Ethopia U20's in the second leg 2-0. Joao Tchiaka recieved a rating of 9 and speculation is surrounding the team as to whether he will soon make his bow in the senior side.

So as July ends and we head into August its fair to say it has been a slightly positive start to FCUoS. However, can they take this form into the season and can the first youth international of the squad Joao Tchiaka impress at club level? Find out in the August Update.

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2/8 - FC Manager Alan Pardew has announced Joao Tchiaka as his captain for the forthcoming season along with Jim Bowman as his vice-captain. It has been a highly promising start for the Angolan U20 International and now surely this will only boost his confidence.


The first game of the season ended in happiness as FC defeated fellow promotion candidates Sheffield Wednesday at Hillsborough, Goal's from Darren Russell and Tardinho were enough to see The Saints go 5th in the nPower League 1. A man of the match performance from the rock-solid New Zealander Tardinho, greatly helped the Saints to victory.

XI - Francaise 8, Williamson 8, Tardinho 9, Tchiaka© 7, Jackson 7, Reynolds 7, Radebe 7 (Bowman 7), Channon 7, Lfc 8, Russell 7, Ewles 7 (Tikki-Man 6)

Subs not used - Cooper, Callaghan, Lawrence, Slettebak, Kasikirik

8/8 - Drake Channon yesterday entered his names into the record books as the youngest ever player to participate in a League One game at the tender age of 15 years and 126 days. Aswell as this Tardinho became the youngest ever League One goalscorer at the young age of 16 years and 211 days after his strike against Sheffield Wednesday. In other news the club confirmed it has sold 13800 season tickets for the upcoming season.

9/8 - Monsieur Francaise, Dave Williamson and Tardinho were all named in the nPower League 1 Team of the Week, a fantastic achievement for the young players.

10/8 - League Cup 1st Round - PORT VALE 0-3 FC UNITED OF SOUTHAMPTON

In the first cup game in FC's history, they breezed past League Two side Port Vale at Vale Park thanks to goals from Darren Russell, King Tikki-Man and Ed Lawrence. A man of the match performance from Valentin Vasilev contributed to putting FC in the hat for the Second Round Draw.

XI - Francaise 7, Williamson 8, Tardinho 7, Bowman © 8, Jackson 7, Vasilev 8, Radebe 7 (Lawrence 7), Ali 8, Slettebak 7 (Callaghan 7), Ewles 7 (Tikki-Man 8), Russell 8

Subs not used - Cooper, Lfc, Reynolds, Kesina

Joao Tchiaka couldn't take part in the game due to his international duty to lead Angola U20's to a 4-2 defeat of Morocco U20's

11/8 - FC United of Southampton have been paired away to Championship promotion contenders Nottingham Forrest in the 2nd Round of the League Cup. The match will be played at The City Ground.

14/8 - FC have been paired at home to Aldershot Town in the Johnstones Paint Trophy South 1st Round.


FC United impressed home fans in their first game at The visitsouthampton.com Arena with a 2-0 win over a 10 man Oldham. Oldham had a man sent off after just 18 minutes for commiting a professional foul which seemed to look like there was another man ahead of the ball. A header on the brink of half time from highly-rated youngster, Drake Channon gave The Saints the lead and Darren Russell finally put the game to bed with 13 minutes left on the clock with a fine strike from the edge of the area. The win puts FC 4th in League One after making it 2 out of 2.

XI - Francaise 7, Williamson 8, Bowman © 7, Kesina 8, Jackson 8, Reynolds 7 (Slettebak 7), Ali 6 (Tchiaka 7), Channon 8, Lfc 8, Ewles 7 (Tikki-Man 7), Russell 8

Subs not used - Cooper, Kasikirik, Lawrence, Tardinho


FC United sealed a third straight league victory after seeing off a highly-competitive Yeovil side who at times threatened the FC defence with their attacking power. A 19th minute header from defender Igor Kesina gave the Reds the lead until 9 minutes later Yeovils Andy Welsh cancelled out the header with a cool finish from the edge of the area. Yeovil were then denied a penalty after Andy Welsh was hauled down however Mike Dean turned down the appeals and play went on. On the 57th minute, striker Darren Russell took the ball past two defenders and cooly converted past the oncoming Yeovil keeper to prove a worthy winner for the reds. Late on, young striker King Tikki-Man was turned down appeals for what seamed a stone-wall penalty. Nevertheless FC move up the 3rd in League One.

XI - Francaise 7, Williamson 7, Bowman © 7, Kesina 8 (Tardinho 7), Jackson 7, Reynolds 7 (Slettebak 6), Channon 7, Ali 7, Lfc 7, Ewles 7 (Tikki-Man 7), Russell 9

Subs not used - Cooper, Lawrence, Kasikirik, Burns


A brilliant display all-round from FC gave the League One title contenders a shock 2nd Round win over Championship leaders Nottingham Forest. King Tikki-Man who was handed a shock start gave FC the lead after 13 minutes with a close range tap in. Robert Earnshaw levelled the tie with a 29th minute thunderbolt from 25 yards out. The game was tense until the 53rd minute when highly rated young midfield Drake Channon rifled in an absolute peach from 30 yards out to send the 4000 travelling fans into pandemonium. In the 89th minute, Vice-Captain Jim Bowman sealed the game with a leaping header from a corner to send FC through to the 3rd Round of the League Cup.

XI - Francaise 6, Williamson 7, Tardinho 7, Tchiaka © 7, Jackson 7, Reynolds 7 (Vasilev 7), Radebe 7 (Bowman 8), Channon 8, Slettebak 7 (Lawrence 7), Tikki-Man 8, Russell 8

Subs not used - Cooper, Kesina, Lfc, Ali

27/8 - FC United of Southampton have been drawn away to Swansea City in the League Cup Third Round Draw


A Darren Russell hat-trick gave FC their 4th straight league triumph by defeating a vastly experienced Leyton Orient side. Russell got his first after bending an exquisite finish in the 53rd minute past the helpless goalkeeper. Alex Nimely, on loan from Manchester City cancelled out the goal with a delightful finish just 7 minutes later. Russell then put FC ahead in the 76th minute after rounding the goalkeeper and converting the ball home to get his second goal of the day. Russell then was fouled inside the area in the 86th minute and then had no trouble converting the spot-kick. FC stay in 2nd.

XI - Francaise 7, Williamson 7, Tardinho 6 (Kesina 7), Bowman © 7, Jackson 7, Vasilev 7, Radebe 7 (Tchiaka 7), Ali 7, Lfc 7 (Lawrence 6), Ewles 8, Russell 10

29/8 - A massive total of 18 FC players have been called up for international duty for their respective nations. The list below shows who has been called up for which nation and age group

France U19's - Monsieur Francaise

Belgium U19's - Hete Slettebak

Iceland U19's - Bjorgvin Radebe

Croatia U19's - Igor Kesina

England U19's - Jamie Reynolds, Parry Neville, Shaz Ali, King Tikki-Man

Scotland U19's - Tardinho and Jim Bowman

Papua New Guinea U21's - Drake Channon

Trinidad and Tobago U21's - Andrew Jackson

England U21's - Darren Russell, Daniel Callaghan and Matthew Cooper

Bulgaria U21's - Valentin Basilev

Turkey U21's - Yakup Kasikirik

Angola - Joao Tchiaka

So 10 U19 call-ups, 7 U21 call-ups and a long awaited senior callup for FC captain Joao Tchiaka. Brilliant news.

Player Comparisons

Monsieur Francaise dubbed the new Steve Mandanda

Jim Bowman tipped to be the new Alex McLeish

Hete Slettebak could be the next Robbie Rensenbrink

Shaz Ali labelled the next Paul Ince

Darren Russell labelled the new Gary Linaker

That's it for the August Update. Join us tomorrow for the September update.

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im enjoying it very much! any more feedback, have you checked the website to look at profiles!? i will update all of them at the start of the season!

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Yep checked the profiles, any chance of a start in the league or cup matches, reports suggest I'm the better keeper strangely, have I been struggling with an injury by any chance?

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i just go on holiday mate you see, i'm sure your time will come especially as you got the callup for the U21's baffles me!

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Suprised to have started all the matches when nevilles apparently the better player! Where are my free kick goals? :p

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Yep checked the profiles, any chance of a start in the league or cup matches, reports suggest I'm the better keeper strangely, have I been struggling with an injury by any chance?

Better keeper? Pfft, you wish :D

But I agree, you should rotate the keepers :)

Great updates by the way, very detailed.

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I try my best will update tomorrow night for September as I have had one too many Snakebites watching United! Up the FC, rotation of keepers I will address. I may update tonight, depending on how i am, Will rotate as often as I can, thanks for feedbacks

Up the FC

and Up the MUFC

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Happy with the way its going too, is a fair reflection of all players and gives everyone a chance..

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I got a call-up from u21 team, but did not make a single appearance for the club, even as a substitute. Hope the manager give me a chance to show my abilities.

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Great sign up so far,really enjoying the reviews.

Could you let me know two things about Phill Ewles.

1. How many assists have I got, I've started all the games up front with no goals, I must be doing something right!.

2. How old am I, you called me a vetran!

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I am in the England Under 19's squad yippeeee

and not bad season for me so far looking good


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Good start, winning MOM once, seems like Im consistent performer. Reynolds seems to be starting most of the games tho. Positive thing is I've been called for the Bulgaria U21's team :)

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All player profiles are on fcus-fc.tk

Update is on its way now just completing finishing touches, I will update all players profiles every 3 months and post pictures of progress...

Hope i'm doing a good job!

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1/9 – After a great start to the domestic campaign, FC were rewarded after Darren Russell picked up the League One Player of the Month award for August after scoring an incredible 6 goals in just 4 games. Russell also came 3rd in the Goal of the Month award for his solo effort against Yeovil. Also manager, Alan Pardew won the Manager of the Month award. Two great successes for the club.


After a goalless first half it was Aldershot who took a shock lead through Tim Sills to send their travelling fans into disbelief. However 3 goals in 9 minutes including a double from King-Tikki Man and a fine effort from Hete Slettebak sealed the tie for FC as they headed into the next round. Another win for The Saints.

XI - Francaise 7, Williamson 7, Tardinho 5, Kesina 7, Jackson 7 ©, Reynolds 7 (Lawrence 7) Channon 7, Ali 7 (Tciaka 7) Slettebak 8, Tikki-Man 9, Ewles 7 (Kasikirik 7)

Subs not used - Cooper, Callaghan


England U19's 3-0 Bulgaria U19's

Shaz Ali started and managed to find the back of the net with a lovely strike achieving a match rating of 9.

Parry Neville was phenomemal at right-back sealing a very respectable rating of 9.

Jamie Reynolds had a fairly average game at right midfield after achieving a match rating of 7.

King Tikki-Man came off the bench with 10 minutes to go and managed to find the back of the net to achieve a rating of 8.

Belgium U19's 1-1 Germany U19's

Hete Slettebak put in a good performace with a match rating of 7 against a very highly rated German side, however Slettebak took a slight knock and came off after 55 minutes.

Lithuania U19's 0-5 Scotland U19's

Jim Bowman recieved a strangely low match rating of 7 despite helping Scotland trounce Lithuania. He was booked and subbed off in the 77th minute.

Tardinho came off the bench for the final 4 minutes and achieved a 7 rating.

Iceland U19's 2-1 Norway U19's

Bjorgvin Radebe put in a good shift for Iceland achieving an 8 rating and also claiming an assist.

Latvia U19's 0-1 Croatia U19's

Igor Kesina put in an average shift with a rating of 7 before being subbed off in the 52nd minute.

Vanatu U21's 1-1 Papua New Guinea U21's

Drake Channon captained the U21 side to a poor draw against lowly Vanatu. The 15 year-old prodigy was delighted to recieve the armband and responded with a team-best rating of 8.

Ecuador U20's 5-0 Trinidad and Tobago U20's

Andrew Jackson captained the Trinidad side to a trouncing by Ecuador but still managed to pull out of the game with a 7 rating. He was delighted to captain the side.

England U21's 2-0 Bulgaria U21's

Matthew Cooper started in between the stick's for England despite being the number 2 at The Saints. He achieved a healthy rating of 8 and surely this will help him press on in his quest to challenge Monsieur Francaise's position.

Danny Callaghan started for England U21's despite failing to cement down a first team place at FC. He put in a solid performance with a rating of 7 before coming off with 10 minutes to go.

Darren Russell was not selected in the squad.

Valentin Vasilev put in an OK performance for Bulgaria and came off with an in no way degrading 7.

Other news - FC have been drawn at home to Yeovil in the JPT South 2nd Round.

Angola 2-0 Uganda

Joao Tchiaka became the first FC player to make his international debut with a commanding performace at centre midfield for Angola as they defeated Uganda in their African Cup of Nations qualifier. He finished with a rating of 8 and declared himself 'in dreamland' after making his international bow.

Spain Under 21's 0-2 Turkey U21's

Yakup Kasikirik scored in his first competiitive start in a very shock result as Turkey Under 21's triumphed over Spain. Kasikirik scored a lovely goal and achieved an 8 rating.

International Round Up - Game 2

Igor Kesina played well as Croatia U19's defeated Greece Under 19's gaining a 8 rating before being substituted.

Hete Slettebak was involved in a goal-less stalemate between Belgium U19's and Turkey U19's achieving a 7 rating.

Bjorgvin Radebe put in a good performance for Iceland U19's as they were defeated 1-0 by Denmark U19's. Radebe achieved a 7 rating.

Jamie Reynolds and King Tikki-Man both scored as England U19's trounced Switzerland U19's 3-0. Tikki-Man getting his 2nd goal in as many games. Parry Neville and Shaz Ali also started for England as 4 FC players appeared for the youth side.

Jim Bowman and Tardinho were the centre back partnership as Scotland U19's defeated Liechenstein U19's 4-1. Tardinho was carried off injured and reports later confirmed he had pulled his hamstring and will be out for 3-4 weeks.

Drake Channon again captained Papua New Guinea U21's as they drew against Tahiti U21's. He finished with a 7 rating.

Andrew Jackson again captained Trinidad and Tobago U20's as they lost poorly to Netherland Antilles U20's. He finished with a 7 rating.

Joao Tchiaka put in a solid performance in a midfield role for Angola finishing with an assist and a rating of 8 to mark his 2nd international cap.

Valentin Vasilev grabbed an assist as the Bulgarian U21 side gained a creditable draw against Portugal U21's. He achieved a match rating of 8.

Yakup Kasikirik performed poorly for Turkey U21's as they lost 2-0 to Belgium U21's he achieved a shocking match-rating of 5.

Danny Callaghan and Matthew Cooper both started and performed well for England U21's as they triumphed 4-1 away to Latvia. Both players achieved a 7 rating.



FC's unbeaten record came to a very sour end as they were well beaten by the MK Dons. Goals from Lewis Guy, Angelo Balanta and Sam Baldock aswell as a Jim Bowman own goal led to a thrashing in Milton Keynes. Can FC pick themselves up from this?

XI: Francaise 6, Williamson 5, Bowman © 6, Kesina 6, Jackson 5, Reynolds 6 (Vasilev 6), Channon 6, Ali 7 (Ewles 6), Lfc 7 (Slettebak 7), Russell 7, Tikki-Man 6

Subs not used: Cooper, Tchiaka, Lawrence, Kasikirik


The Saints got their promotion trail back on track by thumping 5 past a hapless Hartlepool side with a double from club captain and Angolan international Joao Tchiaka aswell as individual strikes from Aidan Lfc, Darren Russell, and Jim Bowman. The result leaves FC 4 points behind leaders Bristol Rovers with a game in hand. Interesting to see that all 5 goals scored today were headers. Some kind of record?

XI - Francaise 7, Williamson 8, Tchiaka © 9, Bowman 9, Jackson 9, Reynolds 8 (Lawrence 8), Channon 7, Ali 7, Lfc 9 (Slettebak 7), Russell 8, Ewles 7 (Tikki-Man 7)

Subs not used - Cooper, Callaghan, Kesina, Kasikirik

15/9 - Hete Slettebak made it clear to manager Alan Pardew that he is having problems settling into the area. Pardew told Slettebak to forget it and get on with his game, in which Hete apologised and deemed himself as being 'out of line'


A 44th minute penalty from Darren Russell could not prevent FC from conceding an 88th minute Marc Pugh equaliser as The Saints slipped to a home draw infront of a sell out visitsouthampton.com Arena. Another slip up for FC, but still performing well in League One.

XI - Francase 7, Neville 8, Bowman 7, Kesina 7 (Lawrence 7), Jackson 7, Reynolds 7 (Slettebak 6), Tchiaka © 7, Ali 7, Lfc 7, Russell 7, Ewles 7 (Tikki-Man 7)

Subs not used - Cooper, Sawyer, Callaghan, Williamson

21/9 - League Cup 3rd Round - SWANSEA 1-2 FC UNITED OF SOUTHAMPTON

FC celebrated possibly their greatest result so far after killing off another Championship side in the League Cup. FC went ahead through a King Tikki-Man strike after 28 minutes, Darren Russell then doubled the lead from the penalty spot in the 67th minute. A Luke Moore strike was the only consolation for the Swans who crash out. Pardew declared himself ecstatic over the result.

XI - Francaise 7, Williamson 7, Tchiaka © 8, Callaghan 7, Jackson 7, Vasilev 7, Radebe 7 (Bowman 6), Channon 7, Slettebak 7 (Lfc 7), Russell 7, Tikki-Man 8 (Ewles 6)

Subs not used: Cooper Kesina Lawrence Kasikirik

25/9 - FC will take on Premier League side Birmingham City in the League Cup 4th Round on the 27th October 2010, The game will be played at St. Andrews and will be FC's biggest game in their short history.


FC proved they are a side who can clinically take their chances as they managed to score 2 out of the 4 shots on target to seal the points against Walsall. Goals coming from in-form striker King Tikki-Man aswell as a goal from defender Igor Kesina. Surely Tikki-Man is staking a claim to start after making it 6 goals in 5 starts!.

XI: Francaise 8, Williamson 8, Bowman © 8, Kesina 8, Jackson 7, Reynolds 7 (Callaghan 7), Radebe 7 (Lawrence 7), Ali 7, Lfc 7 (Vasilev), Tikki-Man 8, Ewles 7

Subs not used - Cooper Kasikirik Sawyer Neville.

At the end of the month, FC lay 2nd in League One, just a point behind leaders Peterborough.


Darren Russell - 10 Goals (11 Starts)

King Tikki-Man - 6 Goals (5 Starts, 7 Subs)

Igor Kesina - 2 Goals (6 Starts, 1 Sub)


Darren Russell - 7.65

Aidan Lfc - 7.34

Jim Bowman - 7.26


Aidan Lfc - 6 Assists (9 Starts, 1 Sub)

Phill Ewles - 5 Assists (10 Starts, 2 Subs)

Ed Lawrence - 3 Assists (0 Starts, 7 Subs)

With the month finishing the fans reflected on the month and at the fan's trust meeting they voted in favour of Aidan Lfc as their player of the month! With 2 goals and 4 assists in the last 5 games! Its hard to disagree!

FC.TV will be back next month.

In the mean time see www.fcus-fc.tk

Updated profiles will be uploaded tomorrow!

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Capped twice for the Under 21's, whose lauging now Monsieur? :D

That's just because France haven't played yet, just you wait :D

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Capped twice for Turkey u21 and scored a goal for them against great Spain, yet my manager played me just in one match, bringing me as a substitute. I want a regular first team football :)

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As I say I'm leaving it down to Mr Pardew at the moment ;) shock win against Spain!

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3 assists from 0 starts. What do I need to do to break into the 1st team?!

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In the process of doing profiles as of end of september.. octobers update will be done tomorrow!

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Can someone upload Yakup Baris Kasikirik's profile somewhere else. I cannot open some links from imageshack, and my profile picture is one of them.

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