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Wolves 6 - 2 Chaos

Around 200 brave souls made it to the wet and mud of K-4 to see the game. Some joker suggested a snorkel and flippers might be more appropriate, given the conditions. The pitch was a disaster, due to all the rain. This spelled problems for the more sophisticated players, who usually could rely on speed or technique. For those relying on grit and strength, it actually meant an edge. The boys who got to play today were: Rogozharski - Bogatinov, Kojzekliski, Llazi - Markoski, Zhivkov, Kirjazov, Nestorovski, Frchkoski - Varfi, Agushev.

The lucky starting players: Prankerhelm - Habel, Kerhard, Kobler, Katzhammer, Daene - Flensungen, Egan-Krieger - Kumantsov, Herrgott, Seerieder.

MLADI VOLCI started the game in a 3-5-2 formation, whereas Chaos Teufel lined up in a 5-2-3 formation. After 12 minutes of play, Nikola Zhivkov changed the face of the game, directing a low pass from the right past both defender and keeper. Good stuff, your mum is proud of you, boy! 1 - 0 and they're in the lead. Following a nasty collision in the 17, Wolves's Trendafil Kojzekliski complained of a damaged shoulder. He was advised against continuing the game. Wolves had no available replacements, leaving the team a man short. Gorjan Nestorovski eagerly took over as the new captain of Wolves. Chaos got a chance to level the score as Friedrich Herrgott suddenly found himself free with the goalkeeper but the finishing shot hit the bar. Advancing up the left wing proved worthwhile for Wolves, who increased their lead to 2 - 0 when Venko Agushev broke away from his marker and finished from an acute angle. It was group hug time yet again, when Wolves pushed ahead to 3 - 0. Venko Agushev was the center of attention, having moved deftly through the middle to find his angle, not hesitating when he did. Gorjan Nestorovski had a solid opportunity to put Wolves up another goal after 34 minutes, but he sent it wide. Lacking experience with the current tactics, the players of Chaos kept running into each other on the pitch. They only managed a inadequate level of organisation. The referee confirmed the score as 3 - 0 when he signalled for the halftime break. This half the Wolves boys hung on to the ball, with 53 percent of possession.

After handing out some oranges, Chaos's coach repeated his tactical instructions to the team. The boys finally got it, and were back at solid organisation when the whistle blew again. Chaos brought the score to 3 - 1, as the header of Rolf Kerhard redirected a corner kick to Jannes Flensungen. All he had to do was bounce the ball off his chest into the net. 53 minutes into the game, Wolves scored again. Venko Markoski had picked up a stray ball, entered the box from the left, and then coolly rounded the goalkeeper for the 4 - 1 goal. Chaos did not seem very confident about what to do on the pitch, the organisation level having broken down to weak. Wolves extended their lead to 5 - 1. The boy of the moment was Vojdan Frchkoski, who protected the ball well as he jinked in from the left side to find space for the finish. Given a free kick in a difficult position after 81 minutes, Chaos did not go for a direct shot but instead aimed for the area just in front of the keeper. The attacking players made several runs as the ball was played and made it hard for the defenders to protect their goal. After a short tussle with the defender, Friedrich Herrgott could finally lay the ball to rest behind the keeper. 5 - 2, real proof that it can pay off to come prepared. Wolves's Danko Bogatinov was the happiest boy in town after the 6 - 2 goal, having seen his shot go between the legs of the advancing goalkeeper and into the net. The assist had come in from a mate out on the right wing. The match ends with a 6 - 2 score. In this half Wolves were the most energetic, keeping the ball to themselves for 57 percent of the time.

The coach of Wolves was especially pleased with Gojart Varfi after the game. On the other hand, Jakov Rogozharski's performance hadn't been very good at all. Friedrich Herrgott performed especially well for Chaos - this one could be a candidate for the senior squad one day. The coach took René Prankerhelm aside after the game, telling him it is okay to have a bad day on the pitch as long as you keep trying.

Rating details

Midfield weak (low) poor (high) 14 11 4/20 3/20
Right defence passable (very low) inadequate (very low) 21 17 6/20 5/20
Central defence inadequate (low) passable (low) 18 22 5/20 6/20
Left defence passable (very low) inadequate (low) 21 18 6/20 5/20
Right attack inadequate (very low) poor (very high) 17 12 5/20 3/20
Central attack inadequate (very high) inadequate (low) 20 18 5/20 5/20
Left attack inadequate (very high) poor (low) 20 10 5/20 3/20
Indirect set pieces
Defence inadequate (very high) passable (low) 20 22 5/20 6/20
Attack inadequate (low) solid (very low) 18 25 5/20 7/20
Team attitude (Hidden) (Hidden)
Tactic Normal Normal
Tactic skill (no tactic) (no tactic) (no tactic) (no tactic)


1 - 0  Nikola Zhivkov 12'
2 - 0  Venko Agushev 24'
3 - 0  Venko Agushev 33'
3 - 1  Jannes Flensungen 50'
4 - 1  Venko Markoski 53'
5 - 1  Vojdan Frchkoski 60'
5 - 2  Friedrich Herrgott 81'
6 - 2  Danko Bogatinov 82'
Trendafil Kojzekliski 17'
Substitution Out Trendafil Kojzekliski
In No substitute



Chance distribution

Home Away
8 3

3 Left attack 0
3 Central attack 1
2 Right attack 0
0 Other 1
0 Special events 1

Rating details

Please note that the percentages above are meant to guide you, but they do not equate to the exact probabilities (to score for example) used in the match engine.

Indirect set pieces

Defence inadequate (very high) passable (low) 20 22 5/20 6/20
Attack inadequate (low) solid (very low) 18 25 5/20 7/20


Team attitude (Hidden) (Hidden)
Tactic Normal Normal
Tactic skill (no tactic) (no tactic) (no tactic) (no tactic)

Average ratings

Total player experience disastrous (very high) disastrous (low) 4 2 1/20 1/20
Average midfield weak (low) poor (high) 14 11 4/20 3/20
Average defence inadequate (very high) inadequate (high) 20 19 5/20 5/20
Average attack inadequate (high) weak (very low) 19 13 5/20 4/20
Total average inadequate (low) weak (low) 18 14 5/20 4/20
The youth player ratings presented here show ratings as they were at the end of the match.


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