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(11:57) Allerton: Season 60: harsh lessons learnt

Well that was a tough season. Predictably out gunned at div III relegation seemed a certainty after only a few games. Still we played better as the season went on and training in passing has given us a more rounded team. Always the most hopefull of clubs Allerton will be aiming to compete next season again and with a bit of luck we may just bounce straight back up. A more attacking approach brought more goals culminating in Tomatis being joint top scorer which is no mean feat leading the line of the bottom club.
So plenty of good and plenty of bad, but the biggest learning experience was the levels of midfield ratings in the top divisions. We shall need to boost these if we are to compete.


(23:34) Cowberries: Disappointing season. What to do?

Cowberries had ambitions to fight for the league title this season, but a mid season run of 6 matches without a win put a stop to that.
Just before this terrible period the club sold 2 of the best players without reinvesting the money in the squad. understandably this was not well taken by the fans and it also lead to some unrest in the squad.

To regain the fan's confidence it is obvious that some measures needs to be taken. We feel that coach Lanz still is trusted, so buying some new players will be the natural thing to do.
We hope the fan's won't be disappointed and we can go into next season with renewed confidence.

The first change is that midfielder Norberto Kleck has been asked to retire.
He was an important part when the club first promoted from V.

Norberto Kleck
77 matches
25 goals
2 yellows

Our qualification match is a against bot team next season will also be spent in V.50.

Recent achievements:
Ian Ashley - 100 matches

Red Berries Forever!!!


(20:11) The Identity Shakers: The end of an era

Funny old game football innit? My season hinged on game after game of unlucky results or ME farts as I have heard them called

Week 1
Identity 3 - 4 Hornbeam -- HTEV odds 76 / 11 / 12

Week 2
Dodgers 3 - 3 Identity -- HTEV odds 26 / 19 / 53

Week 6
Identity 1 - 1 Bluebirds -- HTEV odds 65 / 19 / 14

Week 8
Identity 1 - 1 Nedsnutters -- HTEV odds 76 / 12 / 11

Week 10
Identity 1 - 3 Poole -- HTEV odds 68 / 13 / 17

Week 11
Liverpool 5 - 4 Identity -- HTEV odds 19 / 19 / 60

Week 13
Identity 5 - 6 Dodgers -- HTEV odds 52 / 15 / 31

And the goal that to me in to an automatic relegation position?
My Utopian very high attack (71%) vs excellent high defence (29%) - no goal - WTF??

Hattrick - I thank you and bid you goodnight


(15:30) The Identity Shakers: New Kit Deal

News has just broken that the Identity Shakers have just signed a new kit deal that will run for the next 3 seasons.

The maker - TheincredibleMulk Company - has also produced the Bahrain NT kits for Mr Shaker which has seen Bahrain collect more points than England in this current World Cup qualifying campaign.

"We reached an agreement and these new kits give us an extra boost to our Midfield and Attacking ratings during the game - but thats between me and you - don't go telling FIFA"

The Shakers will be wearing their new kits in this weekends crunch game against DG's Dodgers! where they must win in order to avoid an automatic relegation place.

"The next two games are very important especially with Dodgers amazing win last week - puts us right in the shit .... erm mix. A drop to III wouldn't be the end of the world but with an aging squad it would be impossible to fight our way up again"

"I'd like to wish Dodgers best of luck ... but I'd be lying me friggin tits off"


(22:36) Bevvyheads FC: Stadium Rebuild

It's with great pleasure that The Board of Bevvyheads FC can announce that the stadium rebuild has been completed ahead of schedule.

ConCon Construction carried out the work which included a new terrace, roofing, fan facilities and exterior building work.

The new stadium now holds 24,000, which is still the smallest in the league but it was a step in the right direction, as quoted by a senior board member.

Sam Scouse was on hand to witness the initial handover of the paper work and hopes that the fans will be impressed with the new facilities.

The clubs in the league will be invited to an official opening ceremony which will be held next week.

The Board has also decided the stadium to have Park dropped from the name, and instead to be called "Edge Hill".

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