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The Identity Shakers
: Smallman aims for Top Ten Goalscorers
Club Legend Theobald Smallman (290538306) celebrates his 34th birthday this Sunday and vowed to "Smash home a hattrick" in the Sky Super Sunday live game against Bishop Auckland.
Smallman who had previously stated to the press that his time as a first team player was over, has managed to continue on an amazing scoring run in both league and cup with 11 goals this season. It brings his tally of goals scored in England to 278.
"It would be an honour to break into the Top Ten All Time goal scorers in England - 10th place currently stands at 298 so I have some way to go but fingers crossed if I can stay free from niggley injuries then the sky is the limit".
: New Coach
Bevvyheads FC have announced that Brady Bains has left his position of head coach with immediate effect.
The club has taken the step of appointing from within and promoted Patrik Östmar to head coach.
Patrik was unavailable for comment but Sam was extremely enthusiastic in the appointment.
"I'm delighted in being able to confirm the change in the coaching staff. Patrik has only been with us for a short time, but he has shown extraordinary commitment and a willing to learn.
"He's liked by all the players and I expect him to carry out his duties as coach, with the same determination as he showed as a player.
"I'd also like to take this opportunity to thank Brady for his hard work and wish him all the best for the future," added Sam
Rumours circulating in the Press that Brady was fired after a massive bust up with the Boss, were dismissed out of hand by Sam.
"Poppycock," retorted Sam when pressed by a reporter.
: Decent start to the new season despite controversies
A lot of fans met the new season with some skepticism.
At the end of last season club management decided to put star player, and homegrown hero, Boris Reginald up for sale. With a healthy economy this sale didn't make any sense to the average supporter.
In adddition to losing Boris the club also sold Danny Vickers, Stuart Pardini and Steven Fiennes in end phase of last season. They were all solid players, but not of Boris' caliber.
To calm the supporters the board of directors promised that funds would be made available to strengthen the squad. This has not been done yet and people are getting impatient.
Boris Reginald - 100 matches
Jorge Sayavera - 100 matches
Both on June 21st as the first Tyting players
Red Berries Forever!!!