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(16:12) Super Frankie's XI: Premiership here we come

After just 12 seasons Super Frankie's find themselves at the pinnacle of the league. It is going to be a huge challenge for such a young team to survive in the Prem amongst far more experienced Managers. The Frankie's team hasn't existed even half as long as the next youngest team in the league.
Even 7th place might be considered a success this season, with promotion having come one season too early.


(07:19) FC Shambles: Recap

Having lost the qualifier last Sunday, the spirit in FC Shambles dressing room was not quite depressed. It has been a magnificent season for us, and even getting to the promotion qualifier is an achievement for such a FC (not to mention the new shiny silverware, with ribbons!). The last game of the season was much closer affair than expected - justified by the fact that the manager was not even bothered to provide a list of penalty shootout takers - a dubious penalty, a red-carded MF and we still managed to hang on till very late in overtime. But alas, it will be another season for us in V.216.

Happy hattricking, and good luck to all other teams, especially the ones debuting in V.!


(18:26) London Coyotes FC: Rolf Fjeldheim: new coach of London Coyotes

Rolf Fjeldheim (224616275) is the new coach of London Coyotes (61212). The Coyotes revealed the appointment at a press conference held at the Coyotes Arena on Monday. Former coach's Anton Laflin-Barker (400872473) conctract has ended at January 31, but he reamains at the club for unkown time. The club wish to underline that he is a great professional and a magnificent person, and would like to take this opportunity to place on record our gratitude to him for his hard work and dedication during his years as coach of London Coyotes. We would also like to announce that the London Coyotes Board of Directors have decided to name Rolf Fjeldheim as the new coach of the first team.

"I am absolutely thrilled to be given this opportunity with London Coyotes. I am really looking forward to working with the club's talented group of players and am excited about the challenge ahead", said new head coach.

(17:30) London Coyotes FC: London Coyotes legend Neville Lovecraft ends career

Neville Lovecraft (400872482), the 35-year-old, who won two 6th league titles with London Coyotes (61212) ends his professional football career. "It was my last game in my career," the former captain of the team said after the last home match (551709426) of the season.

"It was a nice way to go out - in front of my own fans. I'm very proud of everything I did. For me now, I start a new life with another chapter. I'm happy, but I'm also very sad. Now, we'll see what happens. I'm going to take a few months off to relax with my family. I would like to thank all the fans, coaches, team-mates, my family and individuals involved with London Coyotes that have made my time in the game so special. See you on the other side..." said Neville Lovecraft in his statement.

London Coyotes would like to thanks to Neville Lovecraft for the significant contribution he has made to the club and express our gratitude for his hard work.

(09:25) Devonshire Rangers: Some voices after the Promotion Party

“Congratulations to everyone at the club!! – the manager, the players, all the backroom staff. And the Fans, for moving the club forward. It is in the best shape ever.”
Chairman Glenn Leysen (44868482), who took Watford into the top flight twice, hailed Freeman’s (317018120) contribution after he became second best league scorer to score 15 goals.
“Like the other players, next year he will face better centre-backs than he has in League V,” warned Leysen. “But for what he’s done so far for the club, he’s been an extremely valuable player as well as manager. He’s been ­ absolutely first class.”
And Freeman itself? What’s his comment?
“We had a good night,” he said. “You’ve got to have a party when you go up. We wanted to share it with the fans. We wouldn’t have wanted it any other way.”

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