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The Rise of The Dragons

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The Rise of The Dragons

The Aims


  • To improve the Welsh League to be one the best in the world.
  • To take a Welsh League team to European Glory.
  • To take the Welsh NT to major tournaments and win them.

The Set-up

  • Every UK and Ireland leagues from the box loaded.
  • Large DB

Meet the Man to attempt it

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The Intial Team

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Bala Town F.C.

Founded: (approx. 1880's) 1921 as Current form.

Status: Semi-Pro

Repuation:Regional

Nickname: The Lakesiders

Chairman Status: Loves the Club

Finances: Okay

Estimated Value: 120k

Stadium: Maes Tegid (3000 capacity, 504 seated)

Training Facilities: Fairly Basic

Youth Facilities: Minimal

Junior Coaching: Minimal

Youth Recruitment: Limited

Media Prediction: 9th

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Bala 2011/12 End of Season Report

League Table | Graph | Player Stats

Great season building to take the lead after playing each team then pushed on to have a decent gap before the break and then push on to win the league.

League Cup Results | League Cup Final

Coasted through the 2 legs in every round.

Welsh Cup Results | Welsh Cup Final

The big boys Wrexham and Newport were knocked out by Neath in the 3rd and 4th before we dealt with them in the QF. SF we should of put away a lot earlier but just edged it on Pens before Airbus suffered as we took more of our chances.

Squad | Finances | Transfers

Loads of ins and outs as the team was changed with the influx of released players in the UK. Finances in the Red but hopefully euro money will improve them.

Wales

As of 19th of June

The WPL Ranking in Euro :- 170 (Up 10 from 180) 1*

WPL UEFA coefficient and Qualification ranking:- 48th 1st Round

Bala Ranking:- N/A

Wales Ranking :- 102

Welsh Footballer of The Year:- Gareth Bale

Welsh Young Player of The Year:- Aaron Ramsey

WPL Footballer of The Year:- Fergus Bell

WPL Young Player of The Year:- James Cronesberry

Manager of the Year:- Me

Team of the Year:- Link

Welsh Clubs Watch

Cardiff - 9th in Championship

Swansea - 18th in PL

Wrexham - 5th in BSP and Promoted to L2

Newport County - 16th in BSP

Colwyn Bay - 6th in BSN

Will keep a save at this point for a bit so if anyone wants anymore images just let me know :thup:

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Bala 2012/13 End of Season Report

League Table | Graph | Player Stats

Similar to last season we won the league by 20 points but with more of a gap between others as Aberystwyth tried to follow us.

Champions League Results | Champions League Group

Getting to the groups was made easier with how we played at home and getting in the seeded teams at the right(thanks to our opponent) in time to miss some of the bigger teams. In the Group just happy to keep the scores down and very happy to get our first point with a very hard fought 2-2 vs Zenit with a equaliser in the 87th min.

League Cup Results | League Cup Final

Coasted through the 2 legs in every round before beating Aberystwyth quite comfortably.

Welsh Cup Results | Welsh Cup Final

Wrexham and Newport were knocked out quite early again. Wrexham in the 3rd round and Newport in the 4th. Quite a easy run to the final where we faced shock finalists Llandudno who beat TNS in the SF.

Squad | Finances | Transfers

Finances are looking very good with the run in Euro. Players released UK were again the players in and the the last of the original players left the club. Kevin Phillips was a big coup and shame he is retiring as could still offer a lot but will make a very good coach as has 4 1/2 star rating in ball control.

Wales

As of 19th of June

The WPL Ranking in Euro :- 198 Down 28 from 170 1*

WPL UEFA coefficient and Qualification ranking:- 44th 2nd Round (Up 4 from 48 and a gain in qualification to the 2nd round)

Bala Ranking:- 234

Wales Ranking :- 81 (Up 21 from 102)

Welsh Footballer of The Year:- Aaron Ramsey

Welsh Young Player of The Year:- Adam Matthews

WPL Footballer of The Year:- Lewis Codling

WPL Young Player of The Year:- Elliott Whitehouse

Manager of the Year:- Alan Morgan (Aberystwyth)

Team of the Year:- Link

Welsh Clubs Watch

Cardiff - 13th in Championship

Swansea - 11th in Championship

Wrexham - 24th in L2 and Relegated to BSP

Newport County - 14th in BSP

Colwyn Bay - 15th in BSN

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We have turned Pro and training and youth facilities are getting improved.

Season Tickets have been 80, 81 and now.......... 82 :lol:.

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Good luck with this, its not easy! youve had a good start though.

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Good luck with this, its not easy! youve had a good start though.

Thanks. Great start but have seemed to have hit a wall. Doing well again this season again but only one player in but still early on. Can scout the World now but not finding anything which would improve the team so may have to stick it out and do the best with what we have got untill we are able to produce good enough players ourself. Might load a few more leagues up to boost numbers of players which will also make lesser Euro teams slightly harder.

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Thanks. Great start but have seemed to have hit a wall. Doing well again this season again but only one player in but still early on. Can scout the World now but not finding anything which would improve the team so may have to stick it out and do the best with what we have got untill we are able to produce good enough players ourself. Might load a few more leagues up to boost numbers of players which will also make lesser Euro teams slightly harder.

I found its best to scout countries like Croatia for good young players. It might be obvious but players in south america with dual european nationality are very useful.

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Welsh, Welsh, and more Welsh :) Seems as though that's the nation of choice to manage in this year. Looking good so far.

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I found its best to scout countries like Croatia for good young players. It might be obvious but players in south america with dual european nationality are very useful.

How many of these Croats and South Americans would want to sign part time for a Welsh club?

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How many of these Croats and South Americans would want to sign part time for a Welsh club?

You'd be surprised, i signed one Croatian guy as a part time Welsh club and he went on the have about 60 caps and play for Anzhi.

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