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(08:53) Leixlip Lunatics: Club celebrate first U20 cap

The club celebrated their first full U20 cap on Friday as Rob Grimshaw put on his gloves for the full 90 minutes (498857918). He managed to keep a clean sheet although was largely untested. He had played for 45 minutes a few weeks ago, but this was his first full cap.

The manager was quick to calm the excitement around the club, claiming he is far from the finished article.

"Rob still has a lot of work to do. He is a great shot stopper, but needs to work on his keeping from set pieces as is still fairly vulnerable. That will improve quickly however. We are immensely proud of him, it's a fantastic achievement".

After receiving a reduction of wages from the national setup, the club decided to give it to Rob as a bonus. However, his Mum took it off him as she thought he'd been "up to something dodgy".

Rob still looks remarkably surprised by the achievement (395140169).


(08:01) Gloucester Road Choirboys: More requirements

While the last game the GRC won the Majestic Pedgeys, was the rise of qualifying a big disappointment. The President of Gloucester Road Choirboys announced today the media that head coach Jerry Isakka no longer enjoy the confidence of management. The team needs a new face, a new strategy and new players.

The new coach has been hired Spanish Hurritz Etxenike. The team expects from him especially the development of training, a stronger defense game and individual coaching. The agreement is valid for two years and includes an option.


(13:08) Lusitania Brazil: Chairman Statement

After a few seasons without any comment Lusitania Brazil's Chairman spoke to the press and supporters last night:"The team enters the new season with some confidence and I am sure the team will do its best to maintain their status in Div. IV but as no funds are available to invest on new players promotion is out of the question. The appointment of Hornstrand (our most capped player with a record 341 appearances for the club) as Manager proved to be the right decision with everyone at the club 00% behind him. My only regret is not seeing any real exciting youth player coming from the Academy - something we've always had in the past. Maybe we need to review our approach to the Academy and invest further to improve conditions and improve youth players. Please keep supporting the team as the Club needs YOU. Thank you.” LBFC


(03:21) Park Royal Rangers: We Woz Robbed

Glum faces around W12 this week.

(00:27) BUSH VALLEY: All Change at The Valley.

After a disappointing show in the last few seasons, manager Lardo has made sweeping changes to the staff and playing squad at Bush Valley. A newly designed home kit has also been introduced to mark what many hope will be a new dawn in the clubs fortunes.
The older players who might have hindered the development of the next generation have been moved on as well as some trimming of dead wood. "The fans should not expect miracles right away, we are at the foundation stage of the building of a fresh project. It's about the growth of the youngsters now" Lardo was heard to have sobbed into a soiled tissue moments before spilling his wheat grass daiquiri.

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