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(16:15) Melwood Athletic: Building for the future

Newly appointed manager Jay has made a press announcement ahead of the signings he is about to make by stating that there will be no massive transfers into the club as he is monitoring a number of youthful prospects as Melwood Athletic look to build for the future.

Melwood have just confirmed the signing of youngster "Augusto Cavaco" who may get a chance to play in this weekends league clash. Jay commented saying "The scouting staff here at the club alerted me of this prospect they have been looking at him for a number of months, and have advised me to sign him"

Melwood are looking to sign another 5 players this week so the rebuild of the club can get going.

Rumors have been lingering around Melwood Park that more signings could be on the way this evening, and some may leave the club. This team is one to watch for the future.

(11:14) Melwood Athletic: New manager!

Melwood Athletic have appointed Jay as a manager on a long term contract.

Jay has commented on his appointment and said he will do everything possible to take this club to a higher level and achieve glory. furthermore he would like all staff and players at the club to be patient as he looks for new ways in which his team can play the beautiful game. He would like to also thank all current staff and players for his warm welcome.

A team meeting will be held early hours of Thursday morning in regards to training ahead of Jays first home game in charge against Tiger Rovers.

Jay has also made a statement in which reads "I am very pleased to become the manager of such a glorious football club and I am looking forward to the challanges ahead. It wont be easy, but if we all work together, we can achieve great things at this football club."


(19:14) The Identity Shakers: Identity splash out on a German!

The Identity Shaker's held a Press Conference today to welcome new signing Paul-Andre Vettinger in to the Shaker squad.

The German Superstar came in and is eligible to play in this Sundays game against London Fluminese. The player cost The Shakers side £3,000,000 and became the most expensive signing in their history.

Mr Shaker said "I am tired of carrying several millions around in my wallet and hell, it is Christmas and I thought the side could do with an early Christmas present".

"This is our first non English player to join our team but his first name sounds English - Paul - so thats good enough for me. I mean come on, Germany won the World Cup in Brazil so he's got to have a bit of class somewhere".

"Vettinger will become a better player as time goes on and he has room for some top quality training time too - he WILL be a legend here for Seasons to come".


(18:35) Cowberries: Another season in VI.705

Cowberries has now started the 6th season in VI.706.
The manager's original club, Tyting FK, also was stuck in it's first league for 6 seasons before promoting. Hopefully that is a sign that Cowberries will succeed this season.
As last season Amersham Town is the only competitor.

Alexander Andrews
Last week Alexander Andrews was sold. He had been with the club for about season since being promoted for the youth academy.
He was never able to grab a regular first team spot and was sacrificed when the team failed in the promotion fight and decided to cut costs.
He got his farewell match in the preseason friendly against Azad from United Arab Emirates. This was also Alexander's 50th match for Cowberries.

50 matches - 0 goals

Recent achievements:
Montague Swinford - 50 matches
Naor Dego - 50 matches
Alexander Andrews - 50 matches

Red Berries Forever!!!


(11:06) Running Bootlegs United: Eiskalt abserviert

Erstes Spiel, erste Klatsche. Bootlegs-Neu-Coach Roberto Santirocchi war bedient. 1:7 aus dem Pokal vernichtet. Und das liest sich englisch wie deutsch deutlich: Holy Shit, Heilige Scheiße! Und kam dem Argentinier spanisch vor: Santo mierda! Und das 5 Tage vor dem 40. Alles schwieg betreten. Nur von drüben, vom Würstelstand, waberten Töne herüber. Der Hot-Dog-Grillmeister hatte offenbar blendende Laune.

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