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A Trillionaire's Playground 2012 - It Begins

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SOUTH AMERICAN REPUBLIC OF FRIEDRICH MANNGELD

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2011/12 SEASON

Petrobras South American Premier Division - FC Pelé (BRA)

SQM South American Cup - Group Stage | Latter Stages | Final - Sporting Maradona (ARG)

No league and cup double here, with a large number of teams ready to give it their all and challenge for honours. FC Pelé, of Brazil, are arguably the strongest side, winning the league, but they couldn't even qualify from their group in the cup. South America's may well prove to be one of the more interesting leagues to watch over the coming seasons.

TOP 5 SOUTH AMERICAN LEAGUE PLAYERS BY CA

POS   NAME               AGE  REGISTERED NATION   CLUB		CA   PA   Change  
1     Sime Vrsaljko      20   Croatia             Indios Val.   138  160  new
2     Taison             24   Brazil              Quito         137  145  new
3     Sammir             25   Croatia/Brazil      San Lorenzo   137  144  new
4     Diego Ifrán        25   Uruguay             Los Golfos    136  145  new
5     F Amorebieta       27   Venezuela/Basque    Indios Val.   135  146  new

TOP 5 SOUTH AMERICAN LEAGUE YOUNG PLAYERS BY PA

POS   NAME               AGE  REGISTERED NATION   CLUB	  	CA   PA   Development
1     Felipe Anderson    19   Brazil              FC Pelé       120  177  new
2     Gonzalo Barroso    17   Argentina           S Maradona    95   172  new
3     Pablo Yocca        16   Argentina           S Maradona    90   172  new
4     Cristián Orgeta    15   Peru		  Machu Picchu  86   168  new
5     Sime Vrsaljko      20   Croatia             Indios Val.   138  160  new

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Sime Vrsaljko, Fernando Amorebieta, Semi-finals of cup, and 2nd place in a league. Not bad. :D

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I better hope that slow and steady wins me the race! Middle table finish with what seems to be a tight defence. Not too bad!!

VAMOS GOLFOS

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Glad to see Ochaneffing Thistle avoiding relegation, hopefully Spalletti will get us moving in the right direction next season, onwards and upwards!

Great work Dave!

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Yes, the league is mine! Muhahaha! But what happened in the cup :O ok and I have one real talent, the best in the league, but Mardona has 2 great ones. Hmm, I don't know who won the rivalry this time round!

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POS   NAME               AGE  REGISTERED NATION   CLUB		CA   PA   Change  
1     Marco Piras	 18   Italy		 Viola Diavoli	169  190  new

Wow, I'm so glad that I guessed correctly in the sponsorship quiz, Piras is a beast and will only get better. Excellent start for the violet devils too.

The Quetzal's, on the other hand, just barely avoided relegation, bleh.

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well i hoped for havana but oh well never mind

Awesome updates Dave

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GOOGLE WORLD CLUB CUP

2011/12 SEASON

The format of this competitions is a 208-team straight knockout. The top 8 sides from each continent (actually 8 random sides from each top division) get a bye in the first round. Due to the huge number of teams in the first few rounds, which would mean a huge number of screenshots, I'm only going to focus on the fourth round and onward in this updates.

It was a very poor showing from the South American and Oceanic sides, and not exactly stellar from the North Americans or Asians either. There were five non-top flight teams in the quarter finals, and one of them, Helsinki Highlanders of Finland made it through to the semis, and then the final, following some excellent battling performances. They were to meet the Italian giants Il Viola Diavoli to fight for the honour of being the first World Club Cup champions, and setting up a glamour tie against the FIFA Club World Championship winners of 2012. Nobody gave the Finns a chance, but then, extraordinarily, this happened:

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That's a shock. An absolutely huge win for the Finns, and caps off a sensational year for them, which also saw them promoted to the BP European First Division. In early 2013, they could play Flamengo or Chelsea, the two favourites for the FIFA CWC. What an occasion that will be!

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Any chance of a screenshot of that Marco Piras? would like to kick myself after seeing what i missed out on!!

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Promotion to European Premier League, missed out on winning league by GD, its all good.

Knocked out google world cup by penalties in fourth round :(

Good start lets keep it going and get a nice youth intake as well.

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Any chance of a screenshot of that Marco Piras? would like to kick myself after seeing what i missed out on!!

Of course! He's pretty special, by far the best player in the sign-up. I wonder if Il Viola Diavoli will be able to keep him long - he's not attracted any interest yet!

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Wow, thats some defender, big, very fast and strong. Thats some piece you got there.

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Wow, Pelé may win the league, but they have been dicked by Maradona everywhere else. Didn't even make the 4th round!

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MANAGER WATCH

2011/12 SEASON

CLUB				OUTGOING		REASON		INCOMING		DATE
Spartak Bratislava (SVK)	Mirko Slomka		sacked		Javier Aguirre		26.10.2011
Chamakh Attack (MAR)		Dennis Bergkamp		sacked		Lahcen El Kaddouri	29.10.2011
Al-Khalifa FC (UAE)		Jean Tigana		sacked		Sven-Goran Eriksson	19.11.2011
Bogotá Cartel (COL)		José Pekerman		sacked		Carlo Ancelotti		19.11.2011
Quetzal Serpents (HON)		Anatoly Byshovets	sacked		José Antonio Camacho	19.11.2011
Swedish House Mafia (SWE)	Carlo Ancelotti		sacked		Carlos Bianchi		19.11.2011
Durres Dragons (ALB)		Sulejman Demollari	sacked		Ameérico Gallego	22.11.2011
Bird of Paradise FC (PNG)	Frank Farina		sacked		Jean Tigana		22.11.2011	
Chamakh Attack (MAR)		Lahcen El Kaddouri	caretaker	Jens Mustermann		26.11.2011
FC Zombia (HAI)			Zdenek Zeman		sacked		Dunga			26.11.2011
Bally NF (NIR)			Josep Guardiola		sacked		Miguel Angel Russo	7.12.2011
Cholivar (BOL)			Mauricio Pochettino	sacked		Gabriel Sánchez		14.12.2011
Papiss Cissé FC (SEN)		Alan Pardew		sacked		Christian Sané		31.12.2011
SA of Striterax (BAH)		Martin Rennie		resigned	Phil Wallace		8.1.2012
Cholivar (BOL)			Gabriel Sánchez		sacked		André Villas-Boas	17.3.2012
Bogazici SK (TUR)		André Villas-Boas	resigned	Kenneth Jensen		23.3.2012
Papiss Cissé FC (SEN)		Christian Sané		sacked		Mauricio Pochettino	11.5.2012
Las Vegas Aces (USA)		Jason Kreis		resigned	Edas Pavón		17.6.2012

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Yas! Riga United get promoted :D King Julien FC almost the same finishing 3rd both in division 3 in their respective continents. Bring on Div 2 for Riga

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So close to an inaugural win on the World Cup! Glad to see my first team doing so well though. Fun, and what a beast Piras is. I guess I can see why the devils got through on penalties for the two matches prior to the final.

Also glad to see Quetzal sacked their manager. Hope José Antonio Camacho can manage better.

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Terrible season for Kemang City, relegated :( and also not good for bellavista, decent cup run but would have given that up for a better position in the league.

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Relegated to European Division 3 hopefully bouncing straight back next season

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TROPHIES + POINTS

2011/12 SEASON

[b]AFRICA[/b]
SEASON		League				Cup				Super Cup
2011/12		Espérance Sousse (TUN)		Lagos Eagles (NGR)		-

[b]ASIA[/b]
SEASON		League				Cup				Super Cup
2011/12		Arabian Knights (KSA)		Xeng Xauow (CHN)		-

[b]EUROPE[/b]
SEASON		League				Cup				Super Cup
2011/12		Les Aigles (FRA)		CSKA Dubrovnik (CRO)		-

[b]NORTH AMERICA[/b]
SEASON		League				Cup				Super Cup
2011/12		Mundial de Mazas (MEX)		Mundial de Mazas (MEX)		-

[b]OCEANIA[/b]
SEASON		League				Cup				Super Cup
2011/12		Auckland Albatrosses (NZL)	Auckland Albatrosses (NZL)	-

[b]NORTH AMERICA[/b]
SEASON		League				Cup				Super Cup
2011/12		FC Pelé (BRA)			Sporting Maradona (ARG)		-

[b]REPUBLIC OF FRIEDRICH MANNGELD[/b]
SEASON		World Club Cup			Champions' Cup			Manngeld Trophy
2011/12		Helsinki Highlanders (FIN)	-				-

POSITION	CLUB				POINTS
1		Mundial de Mazas (MEX)		7
=		Auckland Albatrosses (NZL)	7
3		Helsinki Highlanders (FIN)	6
4		Lagos Eagles (NGR)		5
=		Xeng Xauow (CHN)		5
6		Arabian Knights (KSA)		4
=		Espérance Sousse (TUN)		4
=		Les Aigles (FRA)		4
=		CSKA Dubrovnik (CRO)		4
=		Il Viola Diavoli (ITA)		4
=		FC Pelé (BRA)			4
=		Sporting Maradona (ARG)		4
13		Baxt Cosmos (UZB)		2
=		Gandhi United (IND)		2
=		Xianghoang Thim (LAO)		2
=		Fennec Alger (ALG)		2
=		Mediterranean Knights (LBA)	2
=		Ecureils (BEN)			2
=		AFC Seychelles Athletic	(SEY)	2
=		FC Nedved (CZE)			2
=		FC Unbeseigbaren (AUT)		2
=		Sjendinjene (BIH)		2
=		Tórshavn Sheep (FRO)		2
=		Arima Otters (TRN)		2
=		Three Little Birds Utd (JAM)	2
=		Bridgetown Tridents (BAR)	2
=		Anguilla Corsairs (AIA)		2
=		Tiku Warriors (SAM)		2
=		Konica United (ASA)		2
=		Indios Valiente (VEN)		2
31		Samurai Warriors (JPN)		1
=		Koneurgenc (TUR)		1
=		Red Sea Lions FC (YEM)		1
=		Dinamo Bishkek (KGZ)		1
=		Sol Nascente Dili (TLS)		1
=		Thunder Dragons (BHU)		1
=		Alipolis (IRI)			1
=		Les Eperviers (TOG)		1
=		Amaglug FC (RSA)		1
=		Taifa Stars (TAN)		1
=		Lions of Judah SC (ETH)		1
=		Les Sao (CHA)			1
=		Syli Nationale (GUI)		1
=               Purple Pigs (ENG)               1
=		Eklektous FC (GRE)		1
=		Riga United (LAT)		1
=		Leeds United (CYP)		1
=		CVC Zebras (CUW)		1
=		Albiazules (NCA)		1
=		US Boys (ISV)			1
=		Sporting de Quito (ECU)		1

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Purple Pigs should have one point. They were domestic trophy runners up in Europe.

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Purple Pigs should have one point. They were domestic trophy runners up in Europe.

Yep, thank you! Sorry for that, I'm bound to make the odd mistake here and there.

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Yep, thank you! Sorry for that, I'm bound to make the odd mistake here and there.

It's to be expected with a huge database like this!

If everyone checks their own teams, then any small mistakes that make it through should get picked up.

Thanks again for running this :D

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Disappointing start for the Tahiti Titans. Hopng for a bit of progress next season!

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It's to be expected with a huge database like this!

If everyone checks their own teams, then any small mistakes that make it through should get picked up.

Thanks again for running this :D

Yeah that will definitely be helpful - hopefully I won't be making many, but it's definitely good to know everyone's happy with what I'm doing and I haven't gone wrong somewhere.

You're more than welcome! :)

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Wow, a tale of 2 teams for me.

Seoul Tigers finished a respectable 5th in the top Asian league (didn't look to do very well in the cups though), however my Bahama's team finished 2nd bottom in the NA league 2 & I lost my manager when he resigned, sigh. Oh well, I have high hopes for next year! Well maybe not high, but I have umm, hopes :p

Congrats to the winners, especially that Finnish team, nice work.

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Is that all of the clubs in that code? Might just be blind but i cant see Golfos..

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Terrible season for the boys from Beirut, but my Armenian boys were solidly mid-table ready to pounce next season.

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Yes come on Mundial, League and cup! That's what Fergie brings to our team.

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wow Ancelotti set to become Bogata Cartel's new manager :lol: Excellent set up this Dave, well played.

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AFRICA CUP OF NATIONS

EQUATORIAL GUINEA/GABON 2012

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Group Stage (Bold indicates qualification, number in brackets indicates number of finals appearances)

Group A - Angola (6), Egypt (22), South Africa (8), Zambia(15).

Group B - Equatorial Guinea (1), Ghana (18), Senegal (12), Togo (7).

Group C - Cameroon (17), Gabon (5), Gambia (1), Nigeria (17).

Group D - Ivory Coast (19), Mali (7), Morocco (14), Tunisia (15).

NOTES: Two sides make their debut in the tournament; co-hosts Equatorial Guinea and fellow Western African side Gambia. The only points either picked up at the tournament was a win for the Nzalang Nacional over Togo, which delighted the home support. No real shocks in the group stage, although Mali's qualification from the Group of Death at the expense of Morocco and Tunisia may surprise one or two.

Quarter Final

Egypt 0-1 Nigeria

Ivory Coast 3-3p Mali

South Africa 1-2e Ghana

Cameroon 3-2 Senegal

Semi Final

Nigeria p2-2 Cameroon

Ghana 0-3 Mali

Third Place Playoff

Cameroon 0-3 Ghana

AFRICA NATIONS CUP FINAL

Nigeria e2-1 Mali

Two massive giantkillings for Mali in the shape of Ivory Coast and Ghana, but despite a last-minute equaliser, they were unable to capitalise on their momentum, and ultimately went home empty handed.

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Is that all of the clubs in that code? Might just be blind but i cant see Golfos..

No, no, less than a quarter I think! Just those which earned points dictated by the points system I posted somewhere near the beginning of this thread.

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wow Ancelotti set to become Bogata Cartel's new manager :lol: Excellent set up this Dave, well played.

wonder what hes getting paid in ;):lol:

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I cant wait for this to get about 10 years in just to see what effect the new leagues and teams have on the world

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wonder what hes getting paid in ;):lol:

I can tell you. £20k per week - much less than you'd expect! A steal for the Colombians perhaps.

So there's probably some other forms of payment passing hands...

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yeah i was meaning the illegal drug trade El Chapo Ancelotti

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hmm... a certain white stuff me thinks :lol:

what Flour :confused:

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I can tell you. £20k per week - much less than you'd expect! A steal for the Colombians perhaps.

So there's probably some other forms of payment passing hands...

20k is insane for a manager like him and to think the team is complete pony (deliberatley i add) it makes it all the stranger

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Self raising ofc :)

i am sure thats what that stuff does aswell :)

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Self raising ofc :)

Yes, for 'baking'

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sacked Bergkamp, another guy and ended up with fake Oliver Kahn as manager :lol:

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Really happy with that first season. 3rd place in the Premier Division for Three Little Birds United and promotion for Lions of Judah SC. Perfect! :)

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Fourth place, and having a player second in the PA list for young Oceanic players? I'll take that :D

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