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: Long hard season
A late season rally took Allerton to the brink of a relegation playoff. But alas it was not to be. Allerton were held off by the deserving MK Sharks and Allerton will be directly relegated after two seasons in div IV. The young squad continues to improve and evolve. Some old hands have left either to join the hall of fame or to another club altogether. The defense training is finished and the midfield is becoming a powerful force. hopes will be high of an immediate push for promotion.
The Identity Shakers
The Identity Shakers got the call early on Saturday morning that this weeks opponents have gone into liquidation and filed for bankruptcy.
This means the Shakers lift the Series IV.64 Championship Title for a second consecutive season without even kicking a ball on the last day.
"It's not the way we wanted to win it as we would rather be on the field with our fans cheering from the stands. On a positive note you have to win the title over a whole season so it was a fair result overall".
As the match has been certified as a walkover, the boss has ordered the players to take an all expenses trip to Asda to get measured up for their 'open top bus' suits for the Championship Title tour of the city.
"Things look positive for the next few seasons and we have a talented homegrown squad for the future, complimented by a couple of world class individuals who can set the match alight when needed".
Mr Shaker has confirmed there will be no new signings for next season too.
The Identity Shakers
: Lifting the title barring a catastrophe ...
The Identity Shakers are looking forward to lifting their 2nd successive title in IV.64 after beating second place side, Shooters Hill Mob 1-0 in a closely fought match.
Identity legend Theobald Smallman scored the only goal and was named Shaker Player of the Season after the game despite having one game left.
"We must avoid losing against Afros in our last game to win the title but Afros have had their fair share of luck over us recently so I think the lads will be 'pumped' for the game".
: New staff
The manager finally realised he was struggling when he went to check on the staff and found there weren't any. Having advertised and carrying out interviews the manager finally feels he has the right team and the team form has returned and we are now playing well.
Shamrock United F.C.
: Time to rise up!
Last Sunday Shamrock lost the game against Cupid Stunts by 2-0. This is, by far, not what we expected, but the Greens never got to find back of the net. Tonight we are playing against Esp Atlétic from Spain. As we said some days ago, it's time to show once again what a Tuesday Football Night at Shamrock Park is. It is time to say it clearer and louder!
Come on Green men!! GO GREENS!