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(16:36) Paul Hunter Memorial FC: Journalist strike over. A lot to report!

The journalists that are responsible for the press releases has reluctantly returned to their desks after getting the long overdue raise, and as a result of this PHM FC can now release the teams first report from season 57.

And what a start it has been! One disappointing performance created a small, dark cloud on the otherwise clear, sunny sky that is PHM FC first month in V.175:

2014-11-25 pandaboys – PHM FC 0 - 11
2014-11-30 PHM FC - Marlpit Mercenaries 1 - 0
2014-12-02 KillerPolarBears – PHM FC 0 - 5

2014-12-07 Jossies Giants – PHM FC 4 - 4

2014-12-09 PHM FC - Huey FC 3 - 0
2014-12-14 PHM FC - Wilds Wonders 6 - 0
2014-12-16 PHM FC - Helme Hoppers FC 3 - 1

As everyone understands it’s the underlined match against Jossies Giants that makes us sigh and curse the HT-Gods, but on the other hand, we managed to bounce back from 0-2 and 1-3 down and with this in mind the boys did well.


(13:03) Rochdale United: Out with the Old, In with the new



(20:46) Rusty Penguins: VICTORY!

A victory against our rivals and homies from Saksager FC. Words can't describe how happy The Penguins are.

Two injuries and a red card for some key players, will probably be punished agaist Bombers next week, but The Rusty Penguins will fight as we are known for.

Nice start with 3 points. Only 6 points away from our expectations before the season. GO PENGUINS


(19:47) Rochdale United: New season, new division

United begin the new season in a bit of a transition period. As the manager looks to start bringing a sprinkling of youth to the side as the old dogs start to take a step back as they reach the twilight of their careers. Notable players are Scott sands who is touted for an england u20 future, and the Guv'nor Dean Yates who is entering his final season for the club.
As for league opposition this season, United get to renew old rivalry with Mendip Rangers, and also get to face Politzias good friend Enzoferrari when his side recaro storm come to town.
Despite finishing second last season before transferring to series 46, this season looks like a battle for mid table. Again however, Survival in IV is the target, anything more is a bonus.

(12:18) Recaro Storm: Calm Before The Storm.

The board have asked the supporters to remain calm after last seasons relegation from Series III.

"Other results went against us last year which we could do nothing about. We need to stay positive about this season as despite the relegation, the future is bright for Storm followers. Although there will be some big name departures in the coming weeks we have some great prospects coming through in the youth team who will be blended into the first team over the coming seasons"

With the new season looming, there were reasons to be cheerful,

"IV.46 couldn't be a better Series to drop into given the Series number :)
We are happy to be here, in what on paper looks like it could be a competitive season. Personal friend and Fed Member Politzia are in here with us with Rochdale United, which is sure to ramp up the rivalry between the two teams given we are both also flying high in Rochdale Youth League."

May the season be a good one, good luck to all the teams in IV.46.


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