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Who Are Ya? [FM2011] Vauxhall/San Marino Edition - Game Thread (again).

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July 2010

A good 5 game unbeaten pre-season for the Vauxhall team with the boys from San Marino being at the head of it. 13 goals scored and 1 against saw the team win 4 and draw 1 of the 5 games.

(A) Osset Town (English Non-League) 4-0 Win: Willy Wonka, Nathan Walker, Martyn James and Leonardo Lombardo the goalscorers.

(H) Altrincham (English Blue Square Prem) 3-0 Win: Long Tym Toon and Willy Wonka (2) the goalscorers.

(H) Airbus (Welsh Principality Prem) 1-1 Draw: Willy Wonka the goalscorer.

(A) Witton (English Non-League) 4-0 Win: Willy Wonka (2) and Ya Pierre-Dolle (2) the goalscorers.

(H) Tranmere Reserves (English npower League 1) 1-0 Win: Ya Pierre-Dolle the goalscorer.

Player Profile for July is goalkeeper Galen Zantk:

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Galen played in all 5 of Vauxhall's pre-season matches conceding just 1 goal and keeping 4 clean sheets, indispensable to the club and is currently on an £8 per week youth contract which expires on the 30.06.2012. The young man is seen as a fairly professional young goalkeeper who is media-friendly, 31 out of 80 passes were completed during pre-season, just 38% success rate. Galen turned down an offer of a 1st team contract this month stating he should see a significant pay rise after completing a set amount of first team games.

Other News:

David Ginsberg, Mike Nevo and Leonardo Lombardo refused to sign contracts given to them by the club for the same reason as Galen.

Leonardo Lombardo was injured during the match against Altrincham - strained knee ligaments, as we stand he has been out of action for 3 weeks and is not expected to be back for another 6 to 8 weeks.

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International's 09/10/11th of August 2010

Sitting in 207th position, the country with a population of 31,794 had an International date away from home at world ranked 36th Israel.

U19's lost 4-0 in front of 4,666 fans - none of our players played in the game.

First Team lost 5-0 in front of 25,105 - none of our players played in the game.

U21's lost 2-0 in front of 2-0 in front of 10,905 fans.

Lining up in a 4-4-1-1 formation the boys did themselves proud and many of our players gained their 1st caps.

Y.Pierre-Dolle

M.Battistini

B.Smith - M.James - L.Tym Toon - J.Turner

M.Nevo © - L.Lazzarini - D.Ginsberg - O.Brown

G.Zantk

On the bench were S.Cali, N.Walker, W.Wonka, J.Harkness, and B.Wilkinsonio of which N.Walker, W.Wonka, and J.Harkness were brought on.

The U21's put up a great fight, but went down to 2 goals in 2 minutes by S.Azulay (54) and O.Dagani (55) and will have learnt from the experience, D.Ginsberg was booked in the 5th minute.

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I'm goin on a holiday for 6 days guys. Not sure if I'll have a reliable connection, just fyi :thup:

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July 2010

. Galen turned down an offer of a 1st team contract this month stating he should a significant pay rise after completing a set amount of first team games.

I hate when I do that :)

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Wow, not just my 1st cap, but i'm the captain too! Nastymiller, your updates are brilliant so you don't need to change anything :)

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looking forward to Wonka getting some games after his preseason goalscoring exploits :)

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August 2010

All our players are still with Vauxhall and as such a brief run over the months results - 5 wins in 5 games - get in!

(H) AFC Telford 5-0 Win: Willy Wonka, David Ginsberg, Ya Pierre-Dolle(2) and Nathan Walker the goalscorers.

(H) Worcester 3-1 Win: John Harkness, Long Tym Toon and Leighton McGiven the goalscorers.

(A) Stalybridge 2-1 Win: Willy Wonka and David Ginsberg the goalscorers.

(H) Guiseley 2-0 Win: Ya Pierre-Dolle and Willy Wonka the goalscorers.

(A) Workington 3-0 Win: Willy Wonka, Mike Nevo and Joey Turner the goalscorers.

Player Profile for August is Sweeper, Defender (Centre) David Ginsberg:

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David has had a great start to his season starting all 5 of Vauxhall's opening Blue Square Bet North League games, £8 per week until 30.06.2012 for this indispensable player. A young centre-back who is very professional and feels he will learn a lot whilst at his current club. Media-friendly, he has already gained his first U21 cap for his country - has gained 2 man of the match awards from 5 games, 40% of the time shows he is a very good player.

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Other News:

John Harkness, Willy Wonka and Ya Pierre-Dolle have turned down new contracts from the club as they feel they should get a decent pay rise after a certain amount of games. Long Tym Toon and Steve Duffy have also turned down new deals stating a poor basic wage and poor first team bonus as the reason.

Galen Zantk damaged a heel during a league game and has been out of action for 11 days, maybe out for another 3 days, meanwhile Leonardo Lombardo should be back in 6 days having missed the last 7 weeks due to strained knee ligaments.

Steve Duffy, Sercan Cali and Nathan Walker have all played for the reserve team on 2 occasions, Steve Duffy scoring once, non of the lad's have played for the U18 team.

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weh hey toon scoring and playing couple of games but W***a for turning down a new deal

KUTGW Nasty :thup:

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John harknes is doing well, playing regularly. 7.78 avg rating!

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Extremely happy with Mike Nevo, although he seems to have a bit of a temper! Looks like the team is doing brilliant too :D

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International's 01/03 of September 2010

Sitting in 207th position, the country with a population of 31,794 had an International home game in the European Championship Qualifying Group E, the U21 were to play away in Bulgaria whilst the U19 team would play Holland at home.

U21's lost 5-0 in front of 11,361 fans - none of our players played in the game.

First Team lost 3-1 in front of 4,500 fans - none of our players played in the game.

U19's drew 1-1 at home to the dutch in front of 151 fans!

Lining up in a 4-4-1-1 formation the boys pulled a massive result out of the bag and many of our players gained their 1st caps.

Y.Pierre-Dolle

L.Tym Toon

B.Smith - G.Carpinelli - M.James - J.Turner

M.Nevo © - L.Lazzarini - D.Ginsberg - O.Brown

M.Francioni

On the bench were N.Walker, J.Harkness, and B.Wilkinsonio of which N.Walker was brought on.

The U19's hit a late 83rd minute equaliser through Long Tym Toon to pull a draw out of the bag after the dutch had lead through a 38th minute goal by Arsenio Valpoort, this after going down to 10 men in the 23rd minute. Ben Smith set the goal up and Martyn James got the man of the match award.

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Yes, first cap and highest avergae rating so far. Go Go Turner!!

Incorrect ;) David Ginsberg is highest.

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What does wonka have to do to get international honours! 4 goals in 5 league games plus all his goals from the friendlies and it still isnt enough to get him into the San Marino side.

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4 assists in 5 games and MOM in the International game is a nice start for Martyn James.

Looks great.

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I seem to be first choice right back whenever i play. Looking good omar looking good

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International's 05/07 of September 2010

Sitting in 207th position, the country with a population of 31,794 had an International away game in the European Championship Qualifying Group E, the U21 were to play at home against Australia and the U19's away in Sweden.

U21's lost 4-0 in front of 1,269 fans - Steve Duffy played all 90 minutes.

First Team lost 6-0 in front of 34,255 fans - none of our players played in the game.

U19's were stuffed 3-0 in front of 179 fans.

Lining up in a 4-4-1-1 formation the boys could not follow on from a great previous result.

Y.Pierre-Dolle

L.Tym Toon

J.Harkness - M.James - N.Walker - J.Turner

M.Nevo © - L.Lazzarini - D.Ginsberg - O.Brown

M.Francioni

W.Wonka and B.Smith were on the bench, neither of which came on as subs.

Nothing much to mention as the young team went down to an Alex Nilsson hat-trick (21,25 and 90), Nathan Walker was injured and subbed after 14 minutes with what looks like a thigh strain and 4 to 5 weeks on the sidelines, Omar Brown was booked.

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nastymiller, is the formation for the U-19 match or the senior match?

U19's mate - at the moment no-one is playing for the 1st team, and in the last game only 1 person played for the U21's.

When a number of players play for each team, I will have three formations and summaries mate, thanks for the question.

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Galen Zantk damaged a heel during a league game and has been out of action for 11 days, maybe out for another 3 days.

Bad timing---missed the internationals :(

At least, it isn't serious---should be right back in action soon.

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September 2010

2 league wins a draw and an F.A.Cup qualifying win for the lads as the impressive start continues.

(A) Alfreton 2-2 Draw: Josh Wilson and Craig Mahon are the goalscorers.

(H) Harrogate 5-0 Win: John Harkness, Martyn James, David Ginsberg, Willy Wonka and Ya Pierre-Dolle the goalscorers.

(A) Blyth 1-0 Win: Leighton McGiven the goalscorer.

(H) Northwich (FA Cup) 4-0 Win: Ya Pierre-Dolle (2) and Martyn James (2) the goalscorers.

Player Profile for September is Midfield (Centre) Martyn James:

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A solid start to the season and the career for Martyn who has got his head down and is responding to the coaching he is receiving by already improving 3 CA points. What has impressed me most about the player so far is his ability to unlock defences and creat chances for his team-mates, and has already set 10 league and cup goals up this season in just 8 games. Another player on a youth contract of £8 per week he is enthusiastic about his future, a professional level-headed player he has already made his non-senior International debut. In the 8 games he has played this season he has seen 79% of his passes find a team mate, a whopping 307 out of 388! And is close to 40 miles of running with 39.2 clocked up so far.

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Other News:

Galen Zantk, David Ginsberg, Leonardo Lombardo, Mike Nevo, Marytn James, Joey Turner and Barrio Wilikinsonio have turned down new contracts from the club as they feel they should get a decent pay rise after a certain amount of games. Omar Brown has turned down a new deal stating a poor basic wage and poor first team bonus as the reason, whilst Nathan Walker and Ben Smith have turned their contract offers down saying they wanted a larger salary and bonus payments payments to be higher. Sercan Cali is the first to sign up, and starts a 3 year contract when he turns 17.

Joey Turner strainer his knee ligements during a match and has been out for 13 days, anything up to another 2 months of missed action ahead! Leonardo Lombardo got match fit and then twisted his ankle in his return match, 13 days out so far on the back of the 8 weeks he missed with his previous injury - looking at 5 more weeks out. No other injury problems at the moment.

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Nathan Walker was injured and subbed after 14 minutes with what looks like a thigh strain and 4 to 5 weeks on the sidelines[/Quote]

I always seem to pick up injuries on these kind of things and on my first international start :(

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Nice to see my mans attributes and very very pleased with his performances. A quick and creative CM is just what I would have wanted.

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October 2010

Another unbeaten month for the Vauxhall boys with a draw and two league wins and 2 F.A.Cup wins meaning the boys will face North Leigh in the 1st round proper.

(H) Boston Utd 1-1 Draw: Steve Duffy the goalscorer.

(H) Ashton Utd (FA Cup) 4-1 Win: Ya Pierre-Dolle, Nathan Walker and Willy Wonka (2) the goalscorers.

(H) Hinckley 4-1 Win: Ya Pierre-Dolle (2), Chris Stringer and John Harkness the goalscorers.

(A) Southport (FA Cup) 2-1 Win: Ya Pierre-Dolle and Willy Wonka the goalscorers.

(H) Hyde 4-1 Win: Nathan Walker, Willy Wonka, John Harkness and Omar Brown the goalscorers

Player Profile for September is Striker Ya Pierre-Dolle:

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10 goals in his first 13 games has shown what a handfull this young man is, 4 goals in 3 FA Cup games and 6 in 10 league games is the split. Currently on £8 a week, but has agreed to sign a £140 a week contract when he turns 17 for Vauxhall. I do however feel, this outspoken striker will be on the move shortly if he continues to bang the goals in as he is doing so. Fairly loyal, but with an outspoken media style, a long and colourful career is what is in store. 52% of all his shorts hit the target with 43% of these ending in goals.

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Other News:

Great news for the club as Long Tym Toon, John Harkness, Willy Wonka and Ya Pierre-Dolle agree to sign 3 year contracts when they turn 17, this is great news for the club as I am sure the players will be moving on shortly and as such, the club should see some decent profit for them. On the flip side Steve Duffy said no to his contract offer stating a poor pay rise after an agreed number of games being the reason.

Joey Turner is still out with strained knee ligements and should be back within 2 weeks, has missed 6 weeks of action so far, whilst the rest of the team are injury free.

San Marino did play International games last month, but not one of our players were involved in any of the action!!!!

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I'm slipping..our, together, my defence and I are slipping....conceded a goal in each match :(

Need to tighten up guys (including myself in this lot!) No more goals allowed!!!!!

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Singned a new contract! Great stuff Harkness.... Take this team to the top!

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International's 15/16/17 of November 2010

To start with the country has moved up 30 places in world football to 177th position and are no longer the worst country in Europe, that now goes to Andorra. All three sides had away games in Finland

First team lost 4-0 in front of 10,770 fans - none of our players played in the game

U19's team lost 3-0 in front of 140 fans - none of our players played in the game.

U21's grabbed a 1-1 draw in front of 377 fans.

Lining up in a 4-4-1-1 formation the boys will be happy to get to avoiding defeat.

W.Wonka

L.Tym Toon

B.Smith - N.Walker - M.Battistini - J.Turner

R.Ragini- L.Lombardo - D.Ginsberg - M.Nevo

G.Zantk

Just John Harkness was on the bench, and he did in fact come on as sub.

Steady away draw for the U21 side with the boys coming back from a 68th minute goal scored by Johannes Westo, Ben Smith scoring for the away side on in the 78th minute. Ben Smith did also get booked, whilst Long Tym Toon will see around 3weeks out due to a gashed leg.

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Very happy so far, but confused as to why I got played in right back?

Indeed u took ma right back spot :mad:

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