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Postby Farfadillis » Fri Mar 07, 2014 8:14 am

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Part 1


MATCHDAY 1
Avenida Decepción 0–2 Tifón de la Costa
Gonzalo Moralez 41' Pablo Fuego 43'
Avenida Leal 2–3 Sent 01
Árbol Saucedo 54' Frederik Wallenberg 88' VS Aristides Pío 40' Iellwen Tathmiel 61' and 69'
Avenida Principal 4–5 Mâ Âlâmëómë
Iván Cervántez 7' Abuda 21' André Reneré 66' Milan Ikaró 86' VS Kris Campbell 8', 23' and 73' Txai Zubiri 13' Anna Shrike 28'
Avenida Victoria 2–0 Madorre de Fuego
Vasilije Østergård 23' Roldão D'cruze 84'
Dí Maozöxê 2–3 Libertarian Ferdullaele
Scott Fletcher 21' Brááham Îfrahim 75' VS Ellis Sinclair 27' and 40' Marco Forzza 35'
Feardallis' Wanderers 2–2 La Nueva Avenida
Shin Dollarfatuyi 24' Forre Kikenka 51' VS Luciano Taggliafico 18' Bayarte Pagagartundua 67'
Ferdullaele 2–1 Green Ruland
Faroú Derrazambeta 52' Mihail Areleous 60' VS Dâgsvút Barsí 36'
Flamagua 2–1 Geyinstanles United
Iván Carreón 7' Emilio Fuentes 82' VS Frauxé Di Razambetti 2'
Flying Jellyfish 0–1 Fryi Frêndê
Kaé Arquéan 10'
Foraé 1–1 Friguista Farfa
Tzukân Fîrá 71' VS Fer Strauss 83'

And here we go, the league has kicked off. There were a few pretty good matches here and there, and the show has just begun! We saw Tifón win against the Tears thanks to a stroke of genius from their captain Pablo Fuego when the first half was close to the end. Meanwhile, the Loyals lost a game they had won on paper, as they were beaten by Sent 01, mainly because of their Vanorian player's skills. A great match for him without a doubt. Also worth noting that Árbol Saucedo scored his first goal for the Loyals. However, many will agree the most interesting match was Mâ Âlâmëómë against Avenida Principal. Many had high hopes for the match; everybody believed it would be a high-scoring affair. In the end, Kris Campbell's (who?) unexpected hat trick in his very debút for the team won the Rulandese the match. He scored all three thanks to three superb assists from Einarsson (two of them) and Zubiri (the other). Avenida Victoria defeated Madorre De Fuego rather comfortably, not much to talk about there. Libertarian Ferdullaele also won, and can owe their win to some very good show they put up during the first half. The second half was all Dí Maozöxê's, though, and it's arguable whether Libertarian Ferdullaele deserved to win, tie, or even lose. La Nueva Avenida's aspirations for the never-before-seen third title in a row have been slightly damaged, victim to the Wanderers' not-defensive-but-very-defensive-by-Farf-standards philosophy. They still scored two, but conceded as much. Ferdullaele beat Green Ruland after being one-nil below them after the first half. Fryi Frêndê beat Flying Jellyfish thanks to an early goal by Kaé Arquéan. Foraé and Friguista Farfa tied in a rather boring affair that ended up being nerve-wracking thanks to two somewhat late goals and loads of attacks and counterattacks.

MATCHDAY 2
Tifón de la Costa 1–1 Friguista Farfa
Retizo Delacrúz 84' VS Nicolau Escárcega 71'
Fryi Frêndê 2–1 Foraé
Fer von Heim 28' Basajaun Courtemanche 52' VS Goyo Ronaldé 81'
Geyinstanles United 2–4 Flying Jellyfish
Alessandro Fierrhe 48' Yuni Ruterio 76' VS Xi Mørátüabáterían 2' Mirogod Chernyshov 31' Zinoviy Horn 71' Sjmon d'Kolperiskonjf 73'
Green Ruland 1–1 Flamagua
Toli Toni 37' VS Arturo Ponce 88'
La Nueva Avenida 3–1 Ferdullaele
Tor Hedegaard 6' Café 83' Bayarte Pagagartundua 90+1' VS Toño Baumann 11'
Libertarian Ferdullaele 2–4 Feardallis' Wanderers
Terenzio Marcotti 68' Ellis Sinclair 79' VS Forre Kikenka 49' and 87' Harley Smith 50' Sderigaard Rankuv 78'
Madorre de Fuego 2–2 Dí Maozöxê
Mickey Wright 51' Guhj Elixaeberna 83' VS Ríc Dâí 4' Rübéãn Ôbá-Hän 21'
Mâ Âlâmëómë 0–2 Avenida Victoria
Vasilije Østergård 15' Adeltú Cohújaan 55'
Sent 01 1–1 Avenida Principal
Motke Matías 80' VS Jacques Kemp 83'
Avenida Decepción 2–0 Avenida Leal
Nicolás Jarvís 37' and 41'

Not many unexpected things happened this matchday, but it did show some very nice attacking football, as always. The defenses were dreadful, as always, too. Not a league for the future managers to watch, surely. Anyway, Tifón and Firguista Farfa tied one-all, the Butterflies had opened halfway through the second half, but Delacrúz had other plans in mind as he scored the equalizer from a header very close to the end of the match. Meanwhile, Fryi Frêndê dominated Foraé from beginning to end, but did not managed to make that show in the scoreline. A win's a win, though. Flying Jellyfish managed to score four to comfortably oust Geyinstanles United. Meanwhile, at Ruland, Flamagua's players may have suffered a bit after equalizing as the match was about to end at Green Ruland's stadium. Those Rulandese and their guns... La Nueva Avenida comfortably beat Ferdullaele. Two early goals promised an enjoyable match, but until the end we'd have a surprisingly dull match. In the end, Café scored a header to give the Novans the lead once again and Paggartundua finished the affair with a stunning long-range effort when there was just one minute of injury time left. Also, the Wanderers managed to score four against Libertarian Ferdullaele, which should start some alarms at the capital's only libertarian team. Dí Maozöxê once again dominated their opposition, but they let go an apparently easy win close to the end when Elixaeberna equalized for Madorre. Still, if the Rulandese team that is not named Mâ Âlâmëómë can keep these performances up, they could be surprising more than one person this season. And talking about Rulandese teams, the one that is named Ruland was beaten by Avenida Victoria. Not much to say here, except that the win was deserved. Sent 01 was close to pulling off an upset against Avenida Principal... for three minutes. Their late goal was countered by Kemp's late equalizer. One could say them tying the Knights is in itself an upset, however. Also, Avenida Leal lost again, now thanks to two goals by Jarvís, a Guayabalian you may not have heard of.

MATCHDAY 3
Avenida Leal 3–2 Tifón de la Costa
Ostadar Arambilet 55' and 69' Somuele Cazza 67' VS Leonardo Torero 2' Pablo Fuego 61'
Avenida Principal 3–1 Avenida Decepción
Ross Horn 13' Abuda 43' Kaé Dandofogué 53' VS Mateo Isidoro 70'
Avenida Victoria 2–0 Sent 01
Vasilije Østergård 30' and 63'
Dí Maozöxê 3–3 Mâ Âlâmëómë
Scott Fletcher 21' and 34' Rübéãn Tôr 52' VS Demetrio Alessandri 27' and 85' Kris Campbell 36'
Feardallis' Wanderers 2–4 Madorre de Fuego
Jiáko Aukando 26' Sderigaard Rankuv 77' VS Sergé Nayevsté 2' Augusto Annunzaé 33' Archie Marshall 40' Guhj Elixaeberna 85'
Ferdullaele 5–3 Libertarian Ferdullaele
Fernando Lazzia 25' and 55' Mihail Areleous 26' Toño Baumann 27' and 63' VS Marco Forzza 12' Aranfarrhé Ederé 20' Fendy Guzimá 41'
Flamagua 5–6 La Nueva Avenida
Lorenzo Bueno 16' Emanuel Linares 53' Abraham Cortez 63' Walter Rincón 77' and 82' VS Luciano Taggliafico 2' and 9' Café 20' Tor Hedegaard 28' Manestraal Jansen 52' Zonestraal Jansen 78'
Flying Jellyfish 3–4 Green Ruland
Xi Mørátüabáterían 23' Mirogod Chernyshov 24' and 56' VS Dâgsvút Barsí 37', 54' and 56' Gaspar Sábado 50'
Foraé 1–1 Geyinstanles United
Çis Kâvâlé 77' VS Lounoi Aká 69'
Friguista Farfa 1–2 Fryi Frêndê
Cornisé Halegión 1' VS Martín Greenville 64' Gudjon Infláx 80'

This was a very exciting matchday, many high-scoring games even by Farf standards and so on. Avenida Leal finally managed to win a game, and it may well be thanks to Ostadar Arambilet, who seems to have received the wake-up call, and he answered it perfectly. Two goals from a centre midfielder are nothing to scoff at. However, concerns should be raised over the Loyals' performances, despite the win. One could say Tifón played just as well as them, and it came down to luck. Avenida Leal has way better players, and there's where the fans should be raising concerns. Anyway, the Knights comfortably ousted the Tears three-one, and probably deserved to thrash them. Meanwhile, with one stunning performance by Krysia Bailey as centre back, Avenida Victoria managed to comfortably win against Sent 01 two-nil, thanks to two goals by their star striker, Vasilije Østergård. Dí Maozöxê and Mâ Âlâmëómë faced each other in the Rulandese derby, and oh was it good. The entire game seemed to revolve around Dí Maozöxê dominating, getting to score, and Mâ Âlâmëómë swiftly retaliating. Fletcher scored? Alessandri scored less than ten minutes later. Fletcher again? Campbell two minutes later. Tôr scores? Alessandri scores again, now close to the end. An exciting match that sadly ended in a tie, but neither team will be too sad about the result. It really could've gone either way. A great first half awarded Madorre De Fuego three points that will help them avoid the red zone, but they're likely to avoid it without them anyway. The Ferdullaele derby was, as it always has been, one of the highest-scoring affairs of the matchday. It really looked like the game would end up like ten-nine or something silly like that, but the two teams seemed to have their gunpowder dampened after the first hour. Still, nobody will argue the real deal ended up being Flamagua against La Nueva Avenida. I don't think I can properly describe it. Just look at the handy data above. It speaks by itself. Flying Jellyfish versus Green Ruland may have had four goals less, but it was also pretty exciting. However, the other two games were hardly even close. Also worth noting that Halegión scored a goal in the first minute of the game against Fryi Frêndê.

MATCHDAY 4
Tifón de la Costa 2–6 Fryi Frêndê
Retizo Delacrúz 56' Federico Tajante 90+3' VS Gudjon Infláx 12' Dalca Nurmanov 49' and 64' Martín Greenville 50' Georgie Zuru 62' Orlando Manera 65'
Geyinstanles United 1–0 Friguista Farfa
Frauxé Di Razambetti 35'
Green Ruland 3–3 Foraé
Dâgsvút Barsí 31' Toli Toni 57' Fï Jôpá 65' VS Andârj Gorôvôvô 30' Tzukân Fîrá 50' Horacio Cornelio 86'
La Nueva Avenida 2–3 Flying Jellyfish
Café 16' Manestraal Jansen 75' VS Xi Mørátüabáterían 11' and 47' Sjmon d'Kolperiskonjf 28'
Libertarian Ferdullaele 2–1 Flamagua
Fendy Guzimá 53' Ellis Sinclair 63' VS Noel Valdéz 39'
Madorre de Fuego 2–1 Ferdullaele
Sergé Nayevsté 37' Guhj Elixaeberna 82' VS Faroú Derrazambeta 84'
Mâ Âlâmëómë 3–3 Feardallis' Wanderers
Çis Dragãozý 6' Demetrio Alessandri 15' Svenbjorn Einarsson 82' VS Sderigaard Rankuv 13' Trip Ughausé 55' Ala Stroé 80'
Sent 01 2–2 Dí Maozöxê
Ramón Hevel 71' Jí Istroixirry 85' VS Durýado Bârgan 16' Spencer Fox 33'
Avenida Decepción 2–1 Avenida Victoria
Michael Young 18' Mateo Isidoro 51' VS Fermín Juárez 25'
Avenida Leal 0–2 Avenida Principal
Tobías Cervántez 82' Jacques Kemp 90+2'

Tifón was utterly destroyed. Utterly. Fryi Frêndê had absolutely no mercy as they scored six and conceded only one. Tifón managed to score a second goal in the very last second, but I doubt anyone, anywhere, celebrated it. It was even painful. Geyinstanles United beat Friguista Farfa by the minimum difference, getting some important points to once again avoid the red zone. Green Ruland and Foraé played to a tie during one of the three Rulandese derbies. Nothing worth noting except that the match was pretty entertaining. Flying Jellyfish stunned La Nueva Avenida by defeating them at their home. They went to half time two-one up, and then shortly after the second half started scored again, with Mørátüabáterían being the one to sort of seal their fate for the match. He's been nicknamed the unpronounceable... junior. Let's remember his manager mysteriously has the same weird surname. Let's also remember there were rumours about him being the manager's bastard son before he joined Flying Jellyfish. Anyway, enough of coincidences. Because the Liberdullaelans beating Flamagua certainly wasn't one. Flamagua certainly miss José Torino Fuego. It shows. In other news, Madorre De Fuego fought hard for a deserved win against Ferdullaele, and more than one of their fans must've had a really bad time throughout the match. Just look at the time of the goals. Meanwhile, Mâ Âlâmëómë almost fucked up against Feardallis' Wanderers, but Einarsson was there to save them in a rather unorthodox way coming from him: poaching. All goals count one, however, and the tie was more than welcomed by the fans, seeing as the team failed to act as a cohesive unit and didn't really deserve it. Also, Dí Maozöxê has once again fucked up after some very strong performance early on the match. Someone please tell these guys to get over their trauma. The Tears beat the Victorians, which was unheralded, but certainly deserved it. For those who do not necessarily have to watch teams score loads of goals to be entertained, the match between Avenida Leal and Avenida Principal was fantastic. Both teams fought fiercely every single fifty-fifty ball, and got some good chances. In the end, Avenida Principal managed to win thanks to a lucky rebound caught by Tobías Cervántez, and after that, when Avenida Leal had just hit the post thanks to a long-range effort by Arambilet, scored after a perfectly-executed counterattack, with Kemp chipping the ball over Cristóbal. It was at night, which added a lot to the atmosphere.

MATCHDAY 5
Avenida Principal 3–2 Tifón de la Costa
Ross Horn 33' and 37' Jacques Kemp 47' VS Pablo Fuego 15' Mário Jaurena 55'
Avenida Victoria 0–2 Avenida Leal
Somuele Cazza 25' and 37'
Dí Maozöxê 4–4 Avenida Decepción
Brááham Îfrahim 14' Sândrô Fvý 44' Rübéãn Tôr 55' Rübéãn Ôbá-Hän 73' VS Octavio Alexander 22' Michael Young 47' and 76' Irrigo Alberti 83'
Feardallis' Wanderers 3–0 Sent 01
Forre Kikenka 5' Jiáko Aukando 42' Jonyo Rovic 86'
Ferdullaele 3–4 Mâ Âlâmëómë
Valdo Ragnere 43' Toño Baumann 46' Septimus Johans 60' VS Kühâx 21' and 84' Çis Dragãozý 30' Kaj Aurora 67'
Flamagua 2–2 Madorre de Fuego
Abraham Cortez 25' Emanuel Linares 64' VS Archie Marshall 43' Ríckier Anramoné 85'
Flying Jellyfish 2–1 Libertarian Ferdullaele
Felix Klausen 54' Kilye Penrith 59' VS Ellis Sinclair 84'
Foraé 2–2 La Nueva Avenida
Fârave Grékô 55' and 76' VS Luciano Taggliafico 2' Café 81'
Friguista Farfa 1–2 Green Ruland
Lisandro Lobo 87' VS Huju Millanda 68' and 74'
Fryi Frêndê 3–4 Geyinstanles United
Hriya Mikatevic 26' Georgie Zuru 67' Gudjon Infláx 81' VS Ohmadarlin Clementine 17' Michelangelo Raffello 19' and 36' Mathis Poggi 72'

Avenida Principal managed to get an unexpectedly hard win against Tifón, who had played terribly before going into the pitch. Like, conceding six goals against Fryi Frêndê. Still, a brace by Horn was the only thing Avenida Principal could really rescue from the players' performance. Abuda was uncharacteristically unheard of this particular match. In other news, Avenida Leal has finally managed to play well, comfortably beating Avenida Victoria. Cazza may have scored both goals, but Wallenberg and Arambilet are the ones to be commended for them. Let's remember both of them left Cazza all alone with the entire goal at his will... In other news, Dí Maozöxê has once again failed to get the three points despite playing really well in the beginning. Many Dí Maozöxê fans are blaming Spencer Fox for all this. They're all claiming the guy's not even giving it his twenty percent, and it's really been maddening for them to watch him miss three chances that were easier to score than to miss. Football fans' memories is incredibly short, as this very same player was the star of the team last time around. Feardallis' Wanderers thrashed Sent 01. Boring. Also, Mâ Âlâmëómë narrowly ousted Ferdullaele, thanks to a late goal by Kühâx, as well as Aurora's skill to deliver the perfect ball for him. In the fuego derby (just because both teams have something to do with fire in their names, it's not necessarily a derby, I know, but fuck you, I'll start a forced derby if I damned well please) there was a tie. Nothing else of note to report. Also, Flying Jellyfish ousted the Liberdullaelans at home, as expected. La Nueva Avenida was stunned by Foraé (or, actually, Fârave Grékô) and narrowly managed to get a point thanks to a lucky goal by Café. Green Ruland beat Friguista Farfa away from home, which is not good news at all for the Butterflies. Finally, Fryi Frêndê reacted too late to get even a point from Geyinstanles United, who dominated them for a considerable part of the match.

MATCHDAY 6
Tifón de la Costa 3–2 Geyinstanles United
Retizo Delacrúz 65' Leonardo Torero 69' Sandro Frutos 89' VS Lounoi Aká 4' Frauxé Di Razambetti 74'
Green Ruland 4–3 Fryi Frêndê
Gorri Limandallia 38' and 43' Toli Toni 52' Dâgsvút Barsí 85' VS Kaé Arquéan 10' Ifarmé Ibrahim 59' Hriya Mikatevic 66'
La Nueva Avenida 2–3 Friguista Farfa
Bayarte Pagagartundua 14' Manestraal Jansen 65' VS Fer Strauss 24' Vittore Magro 58' Josh Di Giovanni 90+5'
Libertarian Ferdullaele 3–3 Foraé
Fendy Guzimá 47' Salomón Cayfú 75' Anganá Dilerfy 76' VS Fârave Grékô 26' and 65' Tzukân Fîrá 90+5'
Madorre de Fuego 0–4 Flying Jellyfish
Nathan Powell 2' Alwin Arkes 5' Vojtech Gnesina 73' David Alejandro 76'
Mâ Âlâmëómë 3–0 Flamagua
Txai Zubiri 16' Anna Shrike 38' Kühâx 75'
Sent 01 1–4 Ferdullaele
Kian Mackay 48' VS Septimus Johans 11' Svein Danielsen 64' Valdo Ragnere 66' Mihail Areleous 79'
Avenida Decepción 1–1 Feardallis' Wanderers
Mateo Isidoro 33' VS Jonyo Rovic 87'
Avenida Leal 4–1 Dí Maozöxê
Frederik Wallenberg 9' Ostadar Arambilet 13' and 48' Emiliano González 83' VS Spencer Fox 2'
Avenida Principal 4–3 Avenida Victoria
Tobías Cervántez 21' Milan Ikaró 36' Jacques Kemp 50' Ross Horn 51' VS Adeltú Cohújaan 62', 74' and 82'

Tifón got a very important win against Geyinstanles United in the very last minute, and it must taste very good for them. Sandro Frutos scored the last minute goal as the ball accidentally bounced off his head. He was a bit lucky. Green Ruland beat Fryi Frêndê in a high-scoring affair, with the winning goal also coming close to the end of the game. However, what stunned people the most just has to be La Nueva Avenida's loss. Josh Di Giovanni stole a point from them in the very last second, and gave his team some valuable three points that could easily be the difference between them and the other teams fighting for survival who happen to not be able to beat La Nueva Avenida for reasons beyond obvious. Meanwhile, something similar happened to Libertarian Ferdullaele, as Foraé's Tzukân Fîrá equalized in the very last second of injury time. Flying Jellyfish utterly destroyed Madorre De Fuego. They scored two very early goals and it was all downhill from there for Madorre. Mâ Âlâmëómë comfortably dispatched Flamagua with an unsurprising thrashing. Ferdullaele got somewhat nostalgic and thrashed Sent 01 once again. The Tears and the Wanderers tied in a somewhat boring game, with the only remarkable thing being the Wanderers stealing the win from the Tears three minutes from the end of regular time. After that, Dí Maozöxê was finally outplayed by a team, and as a consequence was thrashed. The Rulandese team could even be atop the table if they hadn't wasted so many opportunities. Funny thing is, contrary to all the other matches, Dí Maozöxê was now carried by Spencer Fox, with him scoring the early goal and doing just about everything. Things change quickly. The fans' memories are terrible, as he's being praised once again, with all his teammates getting shit. Ah well, football in the island. Also, Avenida Principal defeated Avenida Victoria, having at one moment held a four-goal lead, they started playing terribly and conceded thrice, yet they still won. That might actually be kind of sad. Many people were probably cheering for Avenida Victoria to at least equalize after the third goal.

MATCHDAY 7
Avenida Victoria 4–0 Tifón de la Costa
Fermín Juárez 20' and 88' Lione Zarastrusesc 77' Adeltú Cohújaan 84'
Dí Maozöxê 3–3 Avenida Principal
Joan Fer Nonhagatte 11' Spencer Fox 64' Sândrô Fvý 82' VS Jacques Kemp 41' Iván Cervántez 48' Ignacio Vivienda 85'
Feardallis' Wanderers 2–1 Avenida Leal
Jiáko Aukando 61' Ala Stroé 73' VS Árbol Saucedo 75'
Ferdullaele 3–1 Avenida Decepción
Mihail Areleous 6' Valdo Ragnere 19' Fernando Blanco 82' VS Mateo Isidoro 56'
Flamagua 4–3 Sent 01
Abraham Cortez 20' Emanuel Linares 21' Arturo Ponce 36' Carlos Abrigo 90' VS Motke Matías 26' Or Espiridión 34' Jí Istroixirry 64'
Flying Jellyfish 3–1 Mâ Âlâmëómë
Vojtech Gnesina 45' Mirogod Chernyshov 53' Xi Mørátüabáterían 73' VS Kühâx 30'
Foraé 2–3 Madorre de Fuego
Fârave Grékô 10' Custodio Errekochoa 40' VS Vanessa Pfeiffauf 6' Ríckier Anramoné 49' Archie Marshall 89'
Friguista Farfa 1–2 Libertarian Ferdullaele
Raso Du Fauxé 86' VS Ellis Sinclair 5' Terenzio Marcotti 29'
Fryi Frêndê 1–2 La Nueva Avenida
Fer von Heim 67' VS Luciano Taggliafico 66' and 68'
Geyinstanles United 3–1 Green Ruland
Ohmadarlin Clementine 30' and 61' Michelangelo Raffello 83' VS Toli Toni 29'

A match that could've gone either way ended up being a thrashing following three unfortunate red card for Tifón. Ah well, they shouldn't have been so aggressive. Meanwhile, Dí Maozöxê have fucked up a big win again, but it's admittedly better than being thrashed. Spencer Fox and all the others now played at their full capacity. They just need the luck and the lack of cowardice now. Also, the Wanderers outsmarted the Loyals in tactics and managed to get an unexpected win. Ferdullaele beat the Tears thanks to a bit of luck and... well, also thanks to the referee. Ferdullaele has still got a few things left from when they were the one and only team. Also, Flamagua managed to get a vital win against fellow relegation-threatened team Sent 01 with a last minute winner scored by Carlos Abrigo with a very controversial positioning when Rincón passed the ball to him. The goal stands though, and it could've been perfectly valid anyway. No reason to cry over it now. Unless you're a fan of the Dragons. In that case, that must suck. And your team too. Flying Jellyfish managed to comfortably beat Mâ Âlâmëómë, which is no easy feat. Madorre De Fuego won their game with a late winner by Archie Marshall, a free kick that the goalkeeper actually should've stopped. Meanwhile, Friguista Farfa also scored a rather late goal... only difference is they actually lost, with the youngster Taggliafico scoring two in two minutes. Finally, Ohmadarlin Clementie scored two for Geyinstanles United to give them a much-appreciated win. He still has a terrible name though.

MATCHDAY 8
Tifón de la Costa 2–2 Green Ruland
Retizo Delacrúz 55' Mário Jaurena 88' VS Dâgsvút Barsí 39' Gaspar Sábado 65'
La Nueva Avenida 4–2 Geyinstanles United
Café 3' and 70' Espiridión Amarilla 10' Luciano Taggliafico 14' VS Ohmadarlin Clementine 28' Lounoi Aká 88'
Libertarian Ferdullaele 1–1 Fryi Frêndê
Terenzio Marcotti 45' VS Georgie Zuru 66'
Madorre de Fuego 2–3 Friguista Farfa
Jayden Hall 27' Ríckier Anramoné 39' VS Josh Di Giovanni 11' and 43' Turó Trezé 21'
Mâ Âlâmëómë 3–3 Foraé
Climo Coss 38' Kühâx 36' and 39' VS Fârave Grékô 70' Tzukân Fîrá 72' Custodio Errekochoa 76'
Sent 01 2–2 Flying Jellyfish
Or Espiridión 20' Iellwen Tathmiel 35' VS Vojtech Gnesina 29' Xi Mørátüabáterían 40'
Avenida Decepción 4–3 Flamagua
Tommy Maclean 47' and 51' Octavio Alexander 75' Mateo Isidoro 86' VS Emilio Fuentes 11' Emanuel Linares 14' Carlos Abrigo 87'
Avenida Leal 2–2 Ferdullaele
Horacio Cornelio 25' Somuele Cazza 89' VS Fernando Blanco 16' Valdo Ragnere 33'
Avenida Principal 3–3 Feardallis' Wanderers
Milan Ikaró 60' and 67' Abuda 79' VS Ala Stroé 25' Jonyo Rovic 43' Yung Chinsúa 68'
Avenida Victoria 1–2 Dí Maozöxê
Fermín Juárez 47' VS Spencer Fox 5' Joan Fer Nonhagatte 64'

Tifón got a late equalizer against Green Ruland. They tied. La Nueva Avenida scored three early goals against Geyinstanles United and slept through the match, still winning four-two. Café's brace is one everybody should notice: it's not often that centre midfielders get to score unless they fill a role which includes shooting from afar or entering the box for crosses or the like. The Liberdullaelans and the Lions tied in a rather boring match that saw both sides score only once. Madorre De Fuego and Friguista Farfa played in a high-scoring match... or, rather, a high-scoring first half. Those who had to leave before the second half could start missed absolutely nothing. Mâ Âlâmëómë and Foraé faced each other. Oh, and both teams scored three goals in succession. First Mâ Âlâmëómë with Coss and then Kühâx (twice), then in the second half Foraé, getting an unexpected point thanks to a moment of brilliance coming from Tzukân Fîrá, assisting twice and scoring once. Flying Jellyfish and Sent 01 tied in a game similar to Madorre De Fuego against Friguista Farfa, with the only difference being that this match had one goal less. Avenida Decepción and Flamagua looks like it was a pretty exciting match, but I'll be honest: I didn't watch it. Also, Somuele Cazza and Frederik Wallenberg saved Avenida Leal's posterior as both created a goal out of thin air without any space given by the Ferdullaelan defense... with just one minute of regular time to go. Wallenberg got the assist and Cazza the credit, basically. Avenida Principal tied with the Wanderers, who seem to like to play their best against the big teams. No proof of it though. Worth noting that Abuda tore apart the Wanderers' defense, though, getting two assists and a scissor kick goal to equalize. Finally, Dí Maozöxê finally won after dominating a rival, this time thanks to Spencer Fox causing two too many headaches to the Victorian defense. First, he dribbled two players in a square metre, right next to the penalty spot, before shooting to the lower-right corner (needless to say Basurto couldn't stop it). Then, in the second half, he dribbled two Victorian defenders before facing Basurto one-on-one and chipping the ball towards Nonhagatte's head. Nonhagatte is no retard, and he scored. And Dí Maozöxê finally won, even though Fermín Juárez did scare them with a goal early on the second half.

MATCHDAY 9
Dí Maozöxê 4–2 Tifón de la Costa
Rübéãn Ôbá-Hän 49' and 90' Spencer Fox 55' Joan Fer Nonhagatte 61' VS Sandro Frutos 53' Pablo Fuego 82'
Feardallis' Wanderers 1–0 Avenida Victoria
Harley Smith 70'
Ferdullaele 1–2 Avenida Principal
Septimus Johans 3' VS Abuda 1' Kaé Dandofogué 46'
Flamagua 3–3 Avenida Leal
Walter Rincón 13' Abraham Cortez 22' Arturo Ponce 36' VS Somuele Cazza 26' Frederik Wallenberg 69' Ostadar Arambilet 74'
Flying Jellyfish 0–0 Avenida Decepción
No Goalscorers
Foraé 1–2 Sent 01
Çis Kâvâlé 52' VS Barak Jordi 7' Aristides Pío 87'
Friguista Farfa 2–3 Mâ Âlâmëómë
Nicolau Escárcega 70' Cornisé Halegión 80' VS Climo Coss 30' Txai Zubiri 64' Demetrio Alessandri 66'
Fryi Frêndê 2–1 Madorre de Fuego
Dalca Nurmanov 51' Fer von Heim 68' VS Vanessa Pfeiffauf 80'
Geyinstanles United 2–4 Libertarian Ferdullaele
Michelangelo Raffello 10' Mariano Rumbán 47' VS Salomón Cayfú 50' Marco Forzza 53' Ellis Sinclair 58' Leon Johnstone 81'
Green Ruland 3–4 La Nueva Avenida
Gâfúvé Ýúrsêvý 23' Toli Toni 69' Gorri Limandallia 83' VS Tor Hedegaard 8' Ibon Galdo 15' Bayarte Pagagartundua 18' and 25'

And so Dí Maozöxê wins again, and this might just cause a streak of wins if they manage to keep up with the lack of cowardice. Once again, I feel I should talk about Spencer Fox, but enough of that, Rübéãn Ôbá-Hän did really well too, and made the most out of Fox's passes, one of them ending hitting the net (hint: that's a goal). The Wanderers beat Avenida Victoria one-nil thanks to a goal by Harley Smith. It was dull. Very dull. Avenida Principal defeated Ferdullaele. The first three minutes were insane. First, in the very first minute, Abuda surprised the goalkeeper by shooting from afar a ball that had been left bouncing. Boom, a goal. But just two minutes later the ex-Farf-national-team-starting-striker Septimus Johans equalized with a header. Nothing else happened for the rest of the first half. One minute after the second half kicked off, Dandofogué, the guy who was signed from Pezcemá Golden Magikarps (long story), scored from the edge of the box. No more goals would be scored. Flamagua against Avenida Leal was a pretty interesting game, which Flamagua actually sort of dominated. However, in the end, Wallenberg and Arambilet would prove too much for Flamagua. It is still unknown why after scoring the equalizer Carrera decided to substitute Arambilet, Wallenberg and Cornelio. Does not make any sense at all. Also worth noting that Wallenberg has been consistently showing why he was signed, by now getting to be the new member of Avenida Leal's big three, seeing as Aurora left and a spot is open. However, Cazza and Saucedo might both have a decent case for that too, but Cazza is slightly overshadowed by Arambilet and Saucedo is still too green (as in both his name and his surname are related to trees plus he's pretty young). Oh, sorry, I got driven away. Flying Jellyfish and Avenida Decepción tied with nobody scoring. Oh God that was boring. Sent 01 beat Foraé with a late goal by Pío, a dubious penalty kick. And with dubious I mean Toluca fucking dove. Also, Mâ Âlâmëómë won. Not much else to say, I think. Interesting match that had them winning by three goals and then just by one, maybe? Also, Fryi Frêndê took care of Madorre De Fuego quite well, seeing as they deserved the win they got. Libertarian Ferdullaele, meanwhile, went from losing two-nil to winning three-two in eight minutes, and later on scored a fourth goal. Stupid Geyinstanles United. Also, La Nueva Avenida scored four against Green Ruland in the first two thirds of the first half (to those mathematically-impaired: that's within half an hour), and later on struggled to keep the difference, but ended up on top, even if just narrowly.

---Team                     Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Avenida Principal 9 5 3 1 25 19 +6 18
2 Flying Jellyfish 9 5 2 2 21 13 +8 17
3 La Nueva Avenida 9 5 2 2 27 22 +5 17
4 Feardallis' Wanderers 9 4 4 1 21 16 +5 16
Fryi Frêndê 9 5 1 3 21 16 +5 16
6 Mâ Âlâmëómë 9 4 3 2 25 23 +2 15
7 Libertarian Ferdullaele 9 4 2 3 21 21 0 14
8 Ferdullaele 9 4 1 4 22 19 +3 13
9 Avenida Victoria 9 4 0 5 15 11 +4 12
10 Green Ruland 9 3 3 3 21 22 −1 12
11 Avenida Decepción 9 3 3 3 15 17 −2 12
12 Avenida Leal 9 3 2 4 17 17 0 11
13 Dí Maozöxê 9 2 5 2 23 24 −1 11
14 Madorre de Fuego 9 3 2 4 16 20 −4 11
15 Geyinstanles United 9 3 1 5 18 22 −4 10
16 Flamagua 9 2 3 4 21 25 −4 9
17 Sent 01 9 2 3 4 14 21 −7 9
18 Friguista Farfa 9 2 2 5 13 16 −3 8
19 Tifón de la Costa 9 2 2 5 16 25 −9 8
20 Foraé 9 0 6 3 17 20 −3 6
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Part 2


MATCHDAY 10
Tifón de la Costa 4–9 La Nueva Avenida
Leonardo Torero 18' Sandro Frutos 27', 50' and 51' VS Bayarte Pagagartundua 1', 44', 87' and 89' Espiridión Amarilla 8' Ibon Galdo 10' and 82' Manestraal Jansen 80' and 85'
Libertarian Ferdullaele 2–3 Green Ruland
Terenzio Marcotti 11' Ellis Sinclair 20' VS Gorri Limandallia 85' Huju Millanda 57' and 89'
Madorre de Fuego 1–2 Geyinstanles United
Guhj Elixaeberna 44' VS Issama Mbongo-Dongo 26' Mathis Poggi 67'
Mâ Âlâmëómë 2–1 Fryi Frêndê
Kühâx 50' Demetrio Alessandri 88' VS Dalca Nurmanov 66'
Sent 01 3–3 Friguista Farfa
Or Espiridión 34' Daniel Toluca 64' Motke Matías 74' VS Raso Du Fauxé 17' Trevé Rrhoré 68' Nicolau Escárcega 85'
Avenida Decepción 2–1 Foraé
Tommy Maclean 82' Fernaj Britos 84' VS Oslovan Dargabinn 62'
Avenida Leal 1–3 Flying Jellyfish
Horacio Cornelio 80' VS Xi Mørátüabáterían 7' Nathan Powell 77' and 79'
Avenida Principal 2–2 Flamagua
Abuda 42' Kaé Dandofogué 46' VS Raúl Pichardo 7' Emanuel Linares 15'
Avenida Victoria 0–2 Ferdullaele
Toño Baumann 55' and 90+2'
Dí Maozöxê 2–2 Feardallis' Wanderers
Brááham Îfrahim 26' Spencer Fox 76' VS Ala Stroé 20' Jiáko Aukando 22'

Ok, yes, La Nueva Avenida against Tifón was a crazy match. The scoreline makes it pretty obvious. What made the match that much more shocking was the fact that the two teams were tied with four goals each by minute eighty. What happened after that? Tifón collapsed, plain and simple. If I were their manager, I'd be really, really worried about this kind of breakdowns. Conceding five goals in ten minutes is not normal, and conceding a goal in the first minute is not normal either (yeah, that happened too). Oh, and being three-nil down by the tenth minute is also not normal. And conceding a goal in the last minute of the first half is something to avoid. Anyway, another thing that was notable was Pagagartundua's poker, but in a match were your team scores nine, it is kind of expected for someone to score that many goals. Meanwhile, Libertarian Ferdullaele lost against Green Ruland at home in the last minute, which should be a big hit to their performances from now on. Nobody likes to lose like that. Also, Geyinstanles United defeated Madorre De Fuego in a very average match. Worth noting that Issama Mbongo-Dongo is back for them, after an unexpected hiatus while actually playing the matches (which is to say he sucked in all games, except this one, so far). Also, Mâ Âlâmëómë won a tough game against Fryi Frêndê close to the end, just as their fellow Rulandese from Green Ruland. The goal may have been scored by Demetrio Alessandri, but credit must go to Einarsson. The ball basically hit the crossbar off a shot of his, bounced in the line and Alessandri jumped like a berserker towards the ball, completely disregarding any possible physical damage. He scored, obviously. Sent 01 and Friguista Farfa tied in an exciting game, but with nothing worth noting. Foraé will be furstrated about how their first win in the league escaped them and turned into a loss in just two minutes. Credit should go to Nicolás Jarvís for his two assists. Flying Jellyfish comfortably ousted Avenida Leal, who reacted only once they were losing by three goals. However, those ten minutes did show the Loyals completely dominating Flying Jellyfish. Anyone who turned the TV on after that probably thought "How the hell is Flying Jellyfish not losing?" Truth is Flying Jellyfish deserved the win nonetheless. Avenida Principal, meanwhile, rescued themselves from a loss thanks to a stroke of genius from Abuda, who scored the first by dribbling three and assisted the other. The Knights could not materialize their domination of the second half, however, and so they could not win, which would've safely kept them atop the table. Ferdullaele faced Avenida Victoria in a match that around nine or ieght seasons ago would've been the most important of this matchday. Toño Baumann scored two, though one was unnecessary, mainly because it was in the last second. Ferdullaele deserved the win. Meanwhile, Dí Maozöxê started playing terribly and somehow rescued a tie, thanks to their star youngster Spencer Fox, who assisted Îfrahim and scored the equalizer. This is very different from Dí Maozöxê's other matches, considering they used to start dominating the opponent and then screw up. Must feel good to be on the other end. The Wanderers now know how it feels, that's for sure.

MATCHDAY 11
Feardallis' Wanderers 2–1 Tifón de la Costa
Jonyo Rovic 24' Forre Kikenka 27' VS Retizo Delacrúz 39'
Ferdullaele 3–2 Dí Maozöxê
Faroú Derrazambeta 23' Asjut Cuterá 66' Adréjane Borges 84' VS Spencer Fox 28' and 89'
Flamagua 1–1 Avenida Victoria
Andrés Mitigado 50' VS Tom Ertesen 79'
Flying Jellyfish 2–3 Avenida Principal
Nathan Powell 10' Sjmon d'Kolperiskonjf 19' VS Bloody Mary Deschamps 12' Milan Ikaró 44' André Reneré 55'
Foraé 1–0 Avenida Leal
Andârj Gorôvôvô 86'
Friguista Farfa 1–1 Avenida Decepción
Josh Di Giovanni 66' VS Michael Young 81'
Fryi Frêndê 1–1 Sent 01
Dalca Nurmanov 90+2' VS Or Espiridión 17'
Geyinstanles United 2–2 Mâ Âlâmëómë
Mariano Rumbán 19' Arsene Allard 62' VS Svenbjorn Einarsson 49' Kühâx 74'
Green Ruland 2–1 Madorre de Fuego
Gâfúvé Ýúrsêvý 4' Huju Millanda 16' VS Jayden Hall 84'
La Nueva Avenida 1–1 Libertarian Ferdullaele
Ernesto Rago 87' VS Marco Forzza 83'

Now this was a boring matchday. Average of less than two dot nine goals per game? Ugh. Anyway, the Wanderers beat Tifón. Boring. And after that I can actually talk about an interesting match. Ferdullaele beat Dí Maozöxê in a game that could've gone either way, but Ferdullaele worked better as a unit, while Dí Maozöxê seemed to rely on Spencer Fox a bit too much. That probably made the difference. Meanwhile, Avenida Victoria and Flamagua tied one-all in a game that was slightly less boring than it looks it was. Avenida Victoria hit the left post an astonishing three times in the first half. They must hate that piece of metal by now. Avenida Principal won against Flying Jellyfish in a hard-fought game, in which Sjmon d'Kolperiskonjf was certainly the only one who deserved to win. Like, in the pitch. Both defenses played terribly and both attacks failed quite a lot. The win goes to Avenida Principal though, they got to score more times anyway. In other news, Foraé has finally managed to win a game. This surely starts an alarm for Avenida Leal, as losing to the only team that had not won a game, with the only goal of the match being scored close to the end... let the rumours about Arambilet, Cornelio and Wallenberg asking for a transfer begin! Firguista Farfa against Avenida Decepción was probably the least notable match of the matchday. Fryi Frêndê's Nurmanov (who is fucking old) gave them a point out of thin air with a long-range effort in injury time. Poor Dragons, they needed those points. Geyinstanles United and Mâ Âlâmëómë tied. The Rulandese need to realize that they can't just not win this kind of points if they want the title. Green Ruland beat Madorre De Fuego. Boring. La Nueva Avenida rescued a point close to the end when Ernesto Rago, who replaced Taggliafico in the eightieth minute, scored with the entire goal at his will following a fantastic pass by Ibon Galdo. Marco Forzza had scored for the Liberdullaelans before that. What I said about Mâ Âlâmëómë obviously applies for La Nueva Avenida.

MATCHDAY 12
Tifón de la Costa 1–3 Libertarian Ferdullaele
Gonzalo Moralez 45' VS Fendy Guzimá 47' Anganá Dilerfy 80' Leon Johnstone 83'
Madorre de Fuego 3–2 La Nueva Avenida
Sergé Nayevsté 31' Jayden Hall 46' Vanessa Pfeiffauf 81' VS Tor Hedegaard 30' Café 75'
Mâ Âlâmëómë 3–2 Green Ruland
Çis Dragãozý 28' Txai Zubiri 61' Kris Campbell 90+5' VS Gâfúvé Ýúrsêvý 22' Toli Toni 85'
Sent 01 1–2 Geyinstanles United
Fabrifé Le Manga 26' VS Michelangelo Raffello 25' Lounoi Aká 50'
Avenida Decepción 1–1 Fryi Frêndê
Nicolás Jarvís 74' VS Orlando Manera 73'
Avenida Leal 0–2 Friguista Farfa
Josh Di Giovanni 21' Tristán Rojo 87'
Avenida Principal 0–1 Foraé
Goyo Ronaldé 6'
Avenida Victoria 2–1 Flying Jellyfish
Fermín Juárez 12' Vasilije Østergård 78' VS Sjmon d'Kolperiskonjf 42'
Dí Maozöxê 2–5 Flamagua
Rübéãn Tôr 54' Îry Mü 75' VS Emanuel Linares 19' Lorenzo Bueno 29' Carlos Abrigo 30' Iván Carreón 60' Raúl Pichardo 81'
Feardallis' Wanderers 3–4 Ferdullaele
Forre Kikenka 33', 45+2' and 62' VS Svein Danielsen 35' and 81' Septimus Johans 46' Valdo Ragnere 51'

Libertarian Ferdullaele finished off Tifón in three minutes when they could've easily done that throughout the match. What's happening with all these teams dominating the other and often just fucking up? Meanwhile, Madorre De Fuego stunned La Nueva Avenida, winning, even if at their home. Vanessa Pfeiffauf (you know, the Di Bradini Cup winner) scored the winning goal, something which angered many bigots. "How can a girl score against La Nueva Avenida? How can a girl play football? Outrageous!" was one of the phrases I heard. Meanwhile, in an all-Rulandese match without many victims Mâ Âlâmëómë ended up beating Green Ruland with a goal by youngster Kris Campbell when the referee was, like, ready to whistle thrice to indicate the end of the match. Really worth noting is that Çis Dragãozý is having a spectacular season so far, even if he's only scored three goals so far. He was certainly the man of the match this time around. Fryi Frêndê managed to hold the lead against Avenida Decepción... for one minute. Jarvís equalized just sixty seconds after the Lions' goal. That was a one-all tie too. Avenida Leal was dominated by Friguista Farfa. As a consequence, rumours about the manager getting the sack are spreading. It is rumoured that his mobile phone has been turned off. In other news, Foraé surprised Avenida Principal by defeating them with an early goal. Bularte has said it is just a fluke, and that he trust his team. I don't see what's wrong with that, seeing as they've been doing really well, but he's already getting shit from the vociferous minority. Avenida Victoria defeated Flying Jellyfish, whose only player who is apparently doing appropriately well is d'Kolperiskonjf. When your only real attacking threat in a match is a wing-back, things are likely to get nasty. Also, Dí Maozöxê was victim to what was probably Flamagua's best game so far. They utterly destroyed them. I am surprised. Also, the Wanderers' Kikenka scored a hat-trick against Ferdullaele, but he pulled off a Sani Luvo as his team lost regardless. Poor guy. At least it wasn't a World Cup final.

MATCHDAY 13
Ferdullaele 2–2 Tifón de la Costa
Toño Baumann 87' Faroú Derrazambeta 89' VS Ezequiel Granada 3' Retizo Delacrúz 25'
Flamagua 3–5 Feardallis' Wanderers
Raúl Pichardo 17' Abraham Cortez 43' and 50' VS Jiáko Aukando 24' Harley Smith 58' and 60' Shin Dollarfatuyi 59' Forre Kikenka 73'
Flying Jellyfish 3–6 Dí Maozöxê
Mirogod Chernyshov 45' Vojtech Gnesina 47' Xi Mørátüabáterían 59' VS Rübéãn Tôr 4' Spencer Fox 36' Sândrô Fvý 55' Jâv Môllýerí 61' Durýado Bârgan 65' Scott Fletcher 89'
Foraé 2–0 Avenida Victoria
Oslovan Dargabinn 58' Tzukân Fîrá 89'
Friguista Farfa 5–4 Avenida Principal
Nicolau Escárcega 2' Lisandro Lobo 34' and 35' Vittore Magro 59' Raso Du Fauxé 65' VS Jacques Kemp 31' Ross Horn 41' José Tirolargo 56' Kaé Dandofogué 82'
Fryi Frêndê 2–3 Avenida Leal
Dalca Nurmanov 2' Kaé Arquéan 89' VS Mavát Garezque 3' Horacio Cornelio 58' Ostadar Arambilet 88'
Geyinstanles United 2–0 Avenida Decepción
Michelangelo Raffello 1' Lounoi Aká 88'
Green Ruland 0–1 Sent 01
Fabrifé Le Manga 63'
La Nueva Avenida 3–3 Mâ Âlâmëómë
Ibon Galdo 7' Luciano Taggliafico 55' Zonestraal Jansen 61' VS Çis Dragãozý 50' and 86' Rüj Hâgöút 80'
Libertarian Ferdullaele 2–2 Madorre de Fuego
Ellis Sinclair 58' Marco Forzza 85' VS David Damatzo 56' Augusto Annunzaé 75'

Ferdullaele, helped by the referees in the last second, managed to get a point against Tifón. It is outrageous. Meanwhile, Flamagua utterly dominated the Wanderers, but got counterattacked so much that in the end they just couldn't get even close to winning. I'd say they deserved to win, but truth is the Wanderers' played a perfect match tactically-speaking. Meanwhile, Dí Maozöxê utterly destroyed Flying Jellyfish, this time not depending on Spencer Fox. Instead, the team worked as a cohesive unit, with Spencer Fox just spearheading the attack. The results are there for everyone to see. Foraé once again won, surprisingly, this time against Avenida Victoria, even if they certainly deserved to lose. Friguista Farfa won a very exciting game against Avenida Principal, who seem to really suffer when Abuda's not on a good day. Even if they scored four, it was clear that the attack would've won the game if Abuda had played as always, with Horn playing as he played too. Ah, yes, Horn was the man of the match. Also, Avenida Leal remembered how to win. Many owe this simply to a fantastic match by Wallenberg and a very good performance coming from Arambilet. Those many are right. Geyinstanles won by scoring goals at both ends of the match. Sent 01 won. COMFORTABLY. I'm just as surprised as you. Libertarian Ferdullaele and Madorre De Fuego tied in an ok match. But we all know what the big deal was. Mâ Âlâmëómë against La Nueva Avenida, obviously. The two clubs with the most star-studded teams. La Nueva Avenida started winning with an early goal by Ibon Galdo (penalty kick). However, when just five minutes of the second half had passed, Çis Dragãozý chested down a long pass by Einarsson, dribbled Ramos and shot from the edge of the box to the lower-right corner. A surprise for the Novans, as they had been dominating the game. It would take La Nueva Avenida just five minutes to equalize. Taggliafico would head in a corner taken by Zonestraal. Siz minutes later Zonestraal would score a third goal, showing he's still splendid as a footballer despite his age. However, after that, Rüj Hâgöút would score for Mâ Âlâmëómë. Ah, yeah, who is he you ask? Just some random youngster that replaced Kris Campbell. Nothing spectacular though. He did score though, after Ruiseñor gave him a rebound following a long-range effort by Zubiri. And six minutes later after La Nueva Avenida attacking constantly, Dragãozý once again scored from a counterattack. And that was it. Three-three. A very interesting match.

MATCHDAY 14
Tifón de la Costa 3–3 Madorre de Fuego
Sandro Frutos 25' and 37' Leonardo Torero 80' VS Vanessa Pfeiffauf 21' and 54' Guhj Elixaeberna 65'
Mâ Âlâmëómë 4–4 Libertarian Ferdullaele
Demetrio Alessandri 23' and 45+5' Çis Dragãozý 64' and 75' VS Terenzio Marcotti 15' Leon Johnstone 16' Ellis Sinclair 78' Aranfarrhé Ederé 85'
Sent 01 2–0 La Nueva Avenida
Aristides Pío 11' Barak Jordi 82'
Avenida Decepción 3–2 Green Ruland
Irrigo Alberti 17' Michael Young 67' and 87' VS Fï Jôpá 57' Gorri Limandallia 58'
Avenida Leal 1–0 Geyinstanles United
Evaristo Sucre 37'
Avenida Principal 1–1 Fryi Frêndê
André Reneré 18' VS Hriya Mikatevic 8'
Avenida Victoria 2–0 Friguista Farfa
Fermín Juárez 33' Lione Zarastrusesc 67'
Dí Maozöxê 2–1 Foraé
Rübéãn Tôr 22' Spencer Fox 37' VS Oslovan Dargabinn 25'
Feardallis' Wanderers 1–2 Flying Jellyfish
Ander Manta 70' VS Mirogod Chernyshov 26' Carlo Lombardo 46'
Ferdullaele 3–1 Flamagua
Septimus Johans 33' Valdo Ragnere 35' Fernando Lazzia 74' VS Carlos Abrigo 73'

Mâ Âlâmëómë tied, but Dragãozý is blossoming. Alessandri and him scored two, but he assisted Alessandri once, and did not rely on Einarsson as much. He's becoming one of those independent strikers. One of those that can take a team that has absolutely no midfield to play well. Obviously, when aided by two World Cup finalists - one a winner and another one a loser - as centre midfielders Dragãozý does not have much to worry about in that regard. But when things don't work for the Rulandese, Dragãozý seems to always be there. This match was a great example of that. Avenida Leal decided to change their line-up a bit, and Evaristo Sucre, who was replacing González, scored the winning goal, funnily enough. Avenida Principal tied in a game that was exciting for only thirty minutes and then got very dull. Dí Maozöxê controlled their fellow Rulandese team Foraé throughout the match and managed to win too. Tôr and Fox were the scorers, and the latter got the man of the match award. If you leave his first matchdays apart, Fox has been a striker worthy of playing for teams like Mâ Âlâmëómë and La Nueva Avenida. You may notice I've skipped some matches, but the truth is that only a few teams are being interesting enough to warrant some kind of description. Less text, more fun!

MATCHDAY 15
Flamagua 1–2 Tifón de la Costa
Carlos Abrigo 20' VS Sandro Frutos 35' Osvaldo Fernández 55'
Flying Jellyfish 2–2 Ferdullaele
Nathan Powell 8' Kilye Penrith 36' VS Faroú Derrazambeta 48' Toño Baumann 67'
Foraé 0–0 Feardallis' Wanderers
No Goalscorers.
Friguista Farfa 3–3 Dí Maozöxê
Nicolau Escárcega 5' and 44' Josh Di Giovanni 28' VS Rübéãn Tôr 4' Sândrô Fvý 42' Spencer Fox 47'
Fryi Frêndê 2–2 Avenida Victoria
Dalca Nurmanov 23' Hriya Mikatevic 64' VS Lione Zarastrusesc 37' Vasilije Østergård 71'
Geyinstanles United 3–4 Avenida Principal
Frauxé Di Razambetti 22' Issama Mbongo-Dongo 35' Saratay Garefté 59' VS Ross Horn 9' and 36' Iván Cervántez 80' Kaé Dandofogué 90+5'
Green Ruland 4–1 Avenida Leal
Gaspar Sábado 34' Dâgsvút Barsí 61', 76' and 77' VS Árbol Saucedo 83'
La Nueva Avenida 3–2 Avenida Decepción
Zonestraal Jansen 60' Luciano Taggliafico 68' Manestraal Jansen 73' VS Fernaj Britos 22' Irrigo Alberti 29'
Libertarian Ferdullaele 2–1 Sent 01
Terenzio Marcotti 51' Marco Forzza 73' VS Daniel Toluca 54'
Madorre de Fuego 2–2 Mâ Âlâmëómë
Vanessa Pfeiffauf 19' Guhj Elixaeberna 33' VS Çis Dragãozý 18' Txai Zubiri 51'

Some interesting things happened this matchday. First and foremost: What the flying fuck is happening to Avenida Leal? Now Green Ruland thrashed them and comfortably. Saucedo's consolation goal may have been very beautiful, but that was it. Not even Arambilet and not even Wallenberg played a good game this time. Maybe they miss Aurora? Also, La Nueva Avenida turned around a game that looked bleak in a fourteen minutes. Britos and Alberti scored two goals in quick succession in the first half, but Jansen, Taggliafico and the other Jansen in a row turned the tables. Worth noting is Hedegaard's two assists this time around. The Polarian seems to be fitting into the team well, even if he's still the first player one would give up from the line-up (excluding the defenders, obviously). As for Mâ Âlâmëómë, they tied with Madorre De Fuego, which is an unnecessary hit to their chances of winning the title. They just shouldn't be giving up those points. Once again Dragãozý played a fantastic game, though Zubiri played better this time around. Pfeiffauf has now scored against both La Nueva Avenida and Mâ Âlâmëómë. Bigots may start raging. Also, Kaé Dandofogué gave Avenida Principal the win against Geyinstanles United in the last minute of injury time. But he shouldn't be the one getting the spotlight. Instead, it should definitely be Ross Horn. The Sarian man tore apart the opposing defense throughout the game, after all.

MATCHDAY 16
Tifón de la Costa 3–4 Mâ Âlâmëómë
Melchor Bonavista 6' and 67' Gonzalo Moralez 68' VS Svenbjorn Einarsson 13' Timmson Leabiura 52' Rüj Hâgöút 56' Anna Shrike 79'
Sent 01 1–3 Madorre de Fuego
Fabrifé Le Manga 77' VS Archie Marshall 17' and 33' Augusto Annunzaé 69'
Avenida Decepción 2–2 Libertarian Ferdullaele
Drê Roys 50' and 76' VS Marco Forzza 12' and 89'
Avenida Leal 5–3 La Nueva Avenida
Árbol Saucedo 27' Frederik Wallenberg 37' Serafino Ferrhe 41' Horacio Cornelio 45' Mavát Garezque 85' VS Luciano Taggliafico 30' Café 43' Manestraal Jansen 58'
Avenida Principal 3–1 Green Ruland
Milan Ikaró 47' Tobías Cervántez 74' Ross Horn 84' VS Gorri Limandallia 72'
Avenida Victoria 2–3 Geyinstanles United
Vasilije Østergård 86' and 87' VS Frauxé Di Razambetti 35' Mariano Rumbán 55' and 67'
Dí Maozöxê 2–2 Fryi Frêndê
Scott Fletcher 14' Spencer Fox 67' VS Martín Greenville 49' Dalca Nurmanov 53'
Feardallis' Wanderers 1–2 Friguista Farfa
Forre Kikenka 30' VS Trevé Rrhoré 4' Turó Trezé 11'
Ferdullaele 4–4 Foraé
Faroú Derrazambeta 27' Svein Danielsen 42' Mihail Areleous 74' Valdo Ragnere 83' VS Custodio Errekochoa 14' and 16' Horacio Cornelio 76' Tzukân Fîrá 78'
Flamagua 0–3 Flying Jellyfish
Carlo Lombardo 13' Mirogod Chernyshov 70' and 85'

Mâ Âlâmëómë got three points thanks to unlikely goalscorers. Except for Einarsson, all of the other scorers have got less than ten goals scored for Mâ Âlâmëómë. That's pretty weird. But anyway, what was really interesting was another match. Remember how Avenida Leal were playing like shit throughout the season? Remember that? Well, remember how La Nueva Avenida is probably the best team in Farfadillis, though Avenida Principal and Mâ Âlâmëómë have got their claims to that too? Remember how Avenida Leal was thrashed by Green Ruland? Well, Avenida Leal just went all "FUCK YOU ALL" and scored five against the Novans, who could just score three. Saucedo scored after a swift counterattack and Café equalized three minutes later. Wallenberg surprised the Novans by taking the ball close to the box, dribbling two and shooting to the lower-right post in a matter of milliseconds. Serafino Ferrhe would score a few minutes later. Café would pull La Nueva Avenida back into the fight with a long-range effort Cristobal could not reach. Four minutes of the first half left. In the last minute of regular time, Cornelio scored a header. Four-two the first half. Thirteen minutes into the second half, Manestraal got a rebound in a messy box. The Novans came close to equalizing, but Garezque ended up sealing the win in the eighty-fifth minute with thanks to a marvelous counterattack, started by Arambilet. The key to this game, as said by the Loyals' manager, was not relying on Arambilet, Wallenberg and Cornelio to do everything. Thom Hoy, La Nueva Avenida's manager, said the problem was in the defense. Both of them were probably right. Avenida Principal keeps winning points, and they're showing they're one of the top teams nowadays. Finally, Dí Maozöxê once again dominated an opponent, and the match once again escaped their grasp. However, Fox carried the weight of his team towards the end, getting the Rulandese team a valuable point.

MATCHDAY 17
Flying Jellyfish 2–0 Tifón de la Costa
Zinoviy Horn 40' David Alejandro 63'
Foraé 2–2 Flamagua
Custodio Errekochoa 20' Çis Kâvâlé 45+1' VS Arturo Ponce 44' Emilio Fuentes 86'
Friguista Farfa 1–1 Ferdullaele
Trevé Rrhoré 55' VS Mihail Areleous 60'
Fryi Frêndê 2–0 Feardallis' Wanderers
Basajaun Courtemanche 70' and 86'
Geyinstanles United 1–3 Dí Maozöxê
Frauxé Di Razambetti 75' VS Spencer Fox 41' Rübéãn Ôbá-Hän 68' Çôr Jüírílí 80'
Green Ruland 2–2 Avenida Victoria
Toli Toni 9' Gundai Kudekka 23' VS Vasilije Østergård 34' Fermín Juárez 88'
La Nueva Avenida 2–3 Avenida Principal
Café 36' Manestraal Jansen 57' VS Abuda 22' and 32' Milan Ikaró 61'
Libertarian Ferdullaele 2–2 Avenida Leal
Leon Johnstone 2' Fendy Guzimá 63' VS Árbol Saucedo 8' Likko Sendero 39'
Madorre de Fuego 1–3 Avenida Decepción
Vanessa Pfeiffauf 64' VS Michael Young 8' Tommy Maclean 14' Fernaj Britos 74'
Mâ Âlâmëómë 3–3 Sent 01
Timmson Leabiura 37' Kühâx 67' Svenbjorn Einarsson 72' VS Daniel Toluca 2' and 18' Friekder Ellemerrhetí 83'

It is nice to see Di Bradini Cup winner like Basajaun Courtemanche scoring a brace, despite being a defensive midfielder. I think every Farf likes any player from that squad. Except the bigots, who probably hate Vanessa Pfeiffauf. Dí Maozöxê once again utterly dominate an opponent (if these guys could materialize how much they dominate some teams, they'd be in serious contention for the title), and this time they actually won. Close to the end it looked like Geyinstanles could equalize, but a substitute (because the starters just can't seal a match) ended up scoring another goal to prevent any upsets. Çôr Jüírílí's the name of the substitute, if you were wondering and for some reason did not want to see the scorers of the match presented above you. Mâ Âlâmëómë tied with Sent 01. Kühâx was the man of the match, as he constantly complicated the Dragons' defense. Still, this kind of shit is why Mâ Âlâmëómë has not won just as many league titles as La Nueva Avenida. What I said about Courtemanche mostly applies for Kühâx. Also, Avenida Leal went back to dropping points unnecessarily. However, the match that drew the most attention was obviously Avenida Principal against La Nueva Avenida. Going into this match, Avenida Principal was topping the table, Ferdullaele (not commenting anything about them because the referees can't take you far enough to win the title, and I'm talking about contenders and interesting teams) and Mâ Âlâmëómë just one point behind. Two points behind the Knights was Flying Jellyfish. After that came the Novans. Yet they were still the most feared team. Give Avenida Principal the chance to choose between one of those, and the very last choice would either be La Nueva Avenida or Mâ Âlâmëómé. But anyway, it was good match between two fantastic teams boasting world class players. And Farf defenders. But mostly world class players. The Sunrisians surely stole the show, as Abuda scored two goals to give Avenida Principal the lead in the first half. Abuda is impossible to stop when he's on a good day, and this was one of those. However, his teammate for the national team Café scored to pull La Nueva Avenida back into the battle just four minutes after the second goal. Café may not be everyone's favourite because they identify him with a drink, but nobody can deny the Di Bradini Cup-winning Sunrisian Side's star knows how to score from time to time. In the second half, Manestraal managed to equalize heading in a cross from Pagagartundua (yeah, what the hell right?). But, you know, Abuda likes to screw the big teams and, after he was fowled by Amarilla, Avenida Principal got a penalty thanks to him. He would not take it though. There was one man who knew how to stay calm under any situation. The only man in the team who had won the title with Avenida Principal that long time ago. Milan Ikaró. The old player executed it perfectly to the right. Avenida Principal was winning once again. After that, Estebe Bularte ordered his team to play more defensively (Astograthian bastard!), and La Nueva Avenida failed to equalize as a result. Oh, well, that and another Sunrisian doing things correctly. Charmander was a beast in the goal. He even stopped a penalty taken by Galdo, and it was a pretty good shot.

MATCHDAY 18
Tifón de la Costa 3–0 Sent 01
Melchor Bonavista 48' Leonardo Torero 54' Miguel Ferrero 63'
Avenida Decepción 3–2 Mâ Âlâmëómë
Michael Young 8' Drê Roys 55' Irrigo Alberti 57' VS Txai Zubiri 3' Svenbjorn Einarsson 11'
Avenida Leal 3–2 Madorre de Fuego
Árbol Saucedo 17' Mavát Garezque 36' Horacio Cornelio 76' VS Gian Fogo 54' and 82'
Avenida Principal 1–1 Libertarian Ferdullaele
Abuda 56' VS Új Ízitan 64'
Avenida Victoria 1–1 La Nueva Avenida
Fermín Juárez 13' VS Ibon Galdo 58'
Dí Maozöxê 2–0 Green Ruland
Ríc Dâí 66' Sândrô Fvý 86'
Feardallis' Wanderers 1–1 Geyinstanles United
Forre Kikenka 30' VS Ohmadarlin Clementine 59'
Ferdullaele 2–3 Fryi Frêndê
Toño Baumann 7' Faroú Derrazambeta 64' VS Ifarmé Ibrahim 34' Martín Greenville 62' Gudjon Infláx 64'
Flamagua 3–2 Friguista Farfa
Walter Rincón 33' Raúl Pichardo 35' Emanuel Linares 67' VS Fer Strauss 59' Lisandro Lobo 84'
Flying Jellyfish 3–1 Foraé
Xi Mørátüabáterían 40' Sjurd Arthursson 49' Sjmon d'Kolperiskonjf 88' VS Goyo Ronaldé 53'

This was a pretty weird matchday: of the teams in contention for the title, only Flying Jellyfish won. Mâ Âlâmëómë started winning one-nil and then two-one early on against Avenida Decepción, but later on in the second half in a matter of two minutes Avenida Decepción turned things around and managed to hold onto the lead. Worth noting that Avenida Leal did not suck in their match, and also worth noting that neither Arambilet nor Wallenberg played to give them a rest. Plus we all know how dirty the Tears can be, the very last thing the Loyals need is one (or both) of these two players getting injured. Abuda was not enough for Avenida Principal this time around, as they failed to beat Libertarian Ferdullaele. Luckily for them everyone else except Flying Jellyfish also fucked up anyway. Dí Maozöxê won, I hear Syndicatians are celebrating. Ferdullaele lost. I hear the world is celebrating. Also, in the Avenidan derby there was a one-one tie that was not really exciting. Good old Fermín Juárez gave the Novans something to worry about in the thirtieth minute with a goal. Ibon Galdo would equalize from the edge of the box in the second half. La Nueva Avenida failed to connect the midfield with the front after that, and so it was a tie. Nothing really mysterious.

MATCHDAY 19
Foraé 3–4 Tifón de la Costa
Horacio Cornelio 6' Tzukân Fîrá 43' and 58' VS Sandro Frutos 14' Melchor Bonavista 42' Mário Jaurena 47' and 80'
Friguista Farfa 2–2 Flying Jellyfish
Nicolau Escárcega 71' and 80' VS Mirogod Chernyshov 26' and 39'
Fryi Frêndê 3–4 Flamagua
Hriya Mikatevic 31' Gudjon Infláx 53' and 58' VS Arturo Ponce 2 and 40' Abraham Cortez 18' and 68'
Geyinstanles United 3–2 Ferdullaele
Lounoi Aká 1' Issama Mbongo-Dongo 18' Michelangelo Raffello 81' VS Svein Danielsen 28' Mihail Areleous 90+5'
Green Ruland 2–2 Feardallis' Wanderers
Gâfúvé Ýúrsêvý 29' Huju Millanda 87' VS Jiáko Aukando 41' Sderigaard Rankuv 85'
La Nueva Avenida 2–0 Dí Maozöxê
Tor Hedegaard 6' Luciano Taggliafico 53'
Libertarian Ferdullaele 3–0 Avenida Victoria
Leon Johnstone 63' Ellis Sinclair 66' and 78'
Madorre de Fuego 2–3 Avenida Principal
Guhj Elixaeberna 60' Jayden Hall 76' VS Abuda 16' and 81' André Reneré 80'
Mâ Âlâmëómë 3–2 Avenida Leal
Kühâx 4' Çis Dragãozý 21' Kaj Aurora 28' VS Horacio Cornelio 50' Somuele Cazza 57'
Sent 01 2–2 Avenida Decepción
Or Espiridión 24' Daniel Toluca 88' VS Nicolás Jarvís 16' Octavio Alexander 73'

Dí Maozöxê may have some talented youngsters and a carbonic team chemistry (and Spencer Fox!), but La Nueva Avenida is still better, and it showed. What amazed me, personally, was that the two players going into this season as "young and untested, but promising" were the ones scoring. First, Tor Hedegaard in the sixth minute with a long-shot (having said that, I doubt we have an Einarsson in the making here, this player is different to my eyes). Eight minutes into the second half Taggliafico scored the second goal, and the Novan defense stayed surprisingly stoic. Avenida Principal turned around a game that had been turned around by the opposing team (Madorre De Fuego) thanks to André Reneré and Abuda, but mainly Abuda. The two goals came in quick succession, which rendered Madorre unable to respond correctly due to the surprise produced by both goals. Meanwhile, Mâ Âlâmëómë defeated Avenida Leal, though they had to suffer quite a lot. They started winning three-nil. First, Kühâx executed a run down the flank perfectly, before surprising everyone by entering the box instead of crossing and then scoring from close-range. This was in the fourth minute. After that, when twenty-one minutes had gone by, Çis Dragãozý dribbled two inside the box to chip the ball over the goalkeeper. And just seven minutes later, Aurora scored against her previous team, and as a footballer who knows the code did not celebrate. The goal was a lot like the goals she used to score for the Loyals, so it does leave one wondering whether the Loyals' manager is a retard or she is truly unstoppable sometimes. Or maybe Farf defenders suck.

---Team                     Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Avenida Principal 19 10 6 3 49 39 +10 36
2 Flying Jellyfish 19 10 4 5 44 31 +13 34
3 Mâ Âlâmëómë 19 8 8 3 53 48 +5 32
4 La Nueva Avenida 19 8 5 6 53 46 +7 29
5 Ferdullaele 19 8 5 6 47 40 +7 29
6 Libertarian Ferdullaele 19 7 8 4 43 38 +5 29
7 Avenida Decepción 19 7 7 5 34 34 0 28
8 Fryi Frêndê 19 7 6 6 39 34 +5 27
9 Geyinstanles United 19 8 3 8 37 39 −2 27
10 Feardallis' Wanderers 19 6 8 5 38 35 +3 26
11 Dí Maozöxê 19 6 8 5 47 46 +1 26
12 Avenida Leal 19 7 3 9 35 39 −4 24
13 Green Ruland 19 6 5 8 39 42 −3 23
14 Avenida Victoria 19 6 4 9 27 28 −1 22
15 Friguista Farfa 19 5 7 7 34 36 −2 22
16 Flamagua 19 5 6 8 43 50 −7 21
17 Madorre de Fuego 19 5 5 9 36 43 −7 20
18 Sent 01 19 4 7 8 29 40 −11 19
19 Tifón de la Costa 19 5 4 10 39 54 −15 19
20 Foraé 19 3 9 7 33 37 −4 18
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MATCHDAY 20
Tifón de la Costa 4–3 Avenida Decepción
Pablo Fuego 20' Gonzalo Moralez 45+4' and 67' Retizo Delacrúz 71' VS Nicolás Jarvís 6' Irrigo Alberti 73' Nicolás Jarvís 89'
Sent 01 2–3 Avenida Leal
Or Espiridión 22' Iellwen Tathmiel 49' VS Frederik Wallenberg 38' Horacio Cornelio 52' Árbol Saucedo 87'
Mâ Âlâmëómë 3–2 Avenida Principal
Çis Dragãozý 49' and 50' Svenbjorn Einarsson 88' VS Ross Horn 35' Tobías Cervántez 58'
Madorre de Fuego 2–3 Avenida Victoria
Guhj Elixaeberna 9' Archie Marshall 27' VS Roldão D'cruze 13' Vasilije Østergård 42' Fermín Juárez 73'
Libertarian Ferdullaele 1–3 Dí Maozöxê
Leon Johnstone 11' VS Scott Fletcher 19' Sândrô Fvý 36' Rübéãn Ôbá-Hän 88'
La Nueva Avenida 1–0 Feardallis' Wanderers
Luciano Taggliafico 73'
Green Ruland 3–4 Ferdullaele
Gaspar Sábado 45+4' Gâfúvé Ýúrsêvý 54' Fï Jôpá 87' VS Toño Baumann 7' Svein Danielsen 29' Mihail Areleous 47' and 80'
Geyinstanles United 3–3 Flamagua
Alessandro Fierrhe 11' Issama Mbongo-Dongo 21' Frauxé Di Razambetti 55' VS Abraham Cortez 18' and 87' Iván Carreón 24'
Fryi Frêndê 2–2 Flying Jellyfish
Gudjon Infláx 26' and 74' VS Xi Mørátüabáterían 18' Carlo Lombardo 77'
Friguista Farfa 2–2 Foraé
Lisandro Lobo 5' Raso Du Fauxé 44' VS Fârave Grékô 4' and 75'

Árbol Saucedo saved Avenida Leal close to the end. I do wonder what's happened to Avenida Leal. One could say it's because Aurora left, but they seem to have done just fine without her last season. They've even managed to keep Arambilet and Cornelio, which is commendable. They've even brought in Wallenberg as a worthy replacement for Aurora. What has made them go downhill then? Nobody's sure. Funnily enough, they just won, but winning so narrowly against Sent 01 nowadays is alarming, apparently. Dí Maozöxê dominated and deafeated Libertarian Ferdullaele. Very rarely have they combined the two. La Nueva Avenida managed to beat a rival that set out for the nil-nil draw. Taggliafico would score assisted by Hedegaard. But the match this matchday was obvious. Mâ Âlâmëómë was facing Avenida Principal. Why would anyone want to watch any other game? This was the ideal way to re-start the season after the half-season break. The game lived up to the expectations. In the end, Mâ Âlâmëómë managed to beat Avenida Principal for the second time this season. Beating Avenida Principal both times is admirable. Anyway, Ross Horn gave Avenida Principal the lead early on after a fantastic pass by Abuda. That would be the only goal of the game by half time. Shortly after the second half kicked off (exactly five minutes), Çis Dragãozý equalized with a header following a cross by Kaj Aurora. One minute later, the Rulandese striker surprised the Knights with a long-range effort that Charmander failed to catch because of its speed. In just one minute everything had turned around. Now Mâ Âlâmëómë was leading. However, eight minutes later Tobías Cervántez equalized, which left the game up for grabs. However, only one of the two clubs had a world champion in its lines. Two minutes before regular time ended, Einarsson pulled off a shot from the edge of the box following a rebound from a corner that went straight to the upper-left corner. There was nothing to be done. Mâ Âlâmëómë won.

MATCHDAY 21
Friguista Farfa 3–2 Tifón de la Costa
Raso Du Fauxé 15' and 26' Fer Strauss 48' VS Melchor Bonavista 21' Retizo Delacrúz 33'
Foraé 3–4 Fryi Frêndê
Çis Kâvâlé 43' Oslovan Dargabinn 59' Goyo Ronaldé 67' VS Georgie Zuru 4', 21' and 61' Gudjon Infláx 88'
Flying Jellyfish 3–4 Geyinstanles United
Xi Mørátüabáterían 47' Sjurd Arthursson 51' Mirogod Chernyshov 74' VS Issama Mbongo-Dongo 36', 52' and 87' Frauxé Di Razambetti 55'
Flamagua 2–2 Green Ruland
Abraham Cortez 5' Walter Rincón 40' VS Dâgsvút Barsí 19' and 36'
Ferdullaele 3–3 La Nueva Avenida
Mihail Areleous 4' Adréjane Borges 20' Illi Setentriona 78' VS Bayarte Pagagartundua 26' and 90+4' Zonestraal Jansen 44'
Feardallis' Wanderers 2–2 Libertarian Ferdullaele
Jonyo Rovic 5' Jiáko Aukando 55' VS Salomón Cayfú 20' Ellis Sinclair 51'
Dí Maozöxê 2–1 Madorre de Fuego
Spencer Fox 52' and 84' VS Guhj Elixaeberna 77'
Avenida Victoria 2–2 Mâ Âlâmëómë
Vasilije Østergård 17' Adeltú Cohújaan 72' VS Çis Dragãozý 33' Kaj Aurora 85'
Avenida Principal 3–0 Sent 01
Milan Ikaró 45' Abuda 65' Ross Horn 68'
Avenida Leal 3–2 Avenida Decepción
Serafino Ferrhe 32' and 75' Árbol Saucedo 72' VS Irrigo Alberti 28' Michael Young 90+3'

La Nueva Avenida owe Pagagartundua a lot now. A very late goal scored by him - coupled with another goal early on - saved them from the embarrassment of losing against Ferdullaele. Though considering that Ferdullaele is not exactly a bad team nowadays, that wouldn't have been that bad. It just would've started a few jokes over the internet, maybe. I'm not sure. Also, in Fryi Frêndê's match, Apoxian Georgie Zuru scored a hat-trick as a centre midfielder. Tell me if that's not weird. Still, the winning goal was scored by Gudjon Infláx close to the end. Spencer Fox saved Dí Maozöxê by himself. I swear I've never seen a team is irregular as Dí Maozöxê. They truly deserved to lose, but Fox carried their weight once again. The pressure could be getting to him though, and he's pretty young. That cannot be good. Meanwhile, Avenida Victoria caused too many problems to Mâ Âlâmëómë, who had to fight to get the tie. In the end, Aurora managed to equalize after countless attempts by just about every player from Mâ Âlâmëómë. I think I even saw Leabiura going for a long-range shot! Avenida Principal recovered from last matchday's loss by comfortably beating Sent 01, with goals by three of their four most iconic players. Avenida Leal finally managed to beat a team rather comfortably, but they relied on a brace by a defender... Saucedo also scored, so congratulations to the young Guayabalian, he seems to have forged a name for himself.

MATCHDAY 22
Tifón de la Costa 1–1 Avenida Leal
Pablo Fuego 58' VS Ostadar Arambilet 80'
Avenida Decepción 1–3 Avenida Principal
Octavio Alexander 88' VS Ross Horn 6' Jacques Kemp 41' and 77'
Sent 01 3–3 Avenida Victoria
Fabrifé Le Manga 33' Friekder Ellemerrhetí 73' Daniel Toluca 75' VS Vasilije Østergård 19' Nicolás Villalpando 76' Adeltú Cohújaan 80'
Mâ Âlâmëómë 5–2 Dí Maozöxê
Çis Dragãozý 7' Txai Zubiri 25' 38' and 60' Svenbjorn Einarsson 47' VS Rübéãn Ôbá-Hän 42' Joan Fer Nonhagatte 69'
Madorre de Fuego 1–1 Feardallis' Wanderers
Vanessa Pfeiffauf 40' VS Jiáko Aukando 60'
Libertarian Ferdullaele 1–3 Ferdullaele
Salomón Cayfú 88' VS Fernando Lazzia 3' Faroú Derrazambeta 10' Toño Baumann 23'
La Nueva Avenida 2–1 Flamagua
Bayarte Pagagartundua 13' Café 24' VS Walter Rincón 77'
Green Ruland 2–1 Flying Jellyfish
Dâgsvút Barsí 23' Gâfúvé Ýúrsêvý 65' VS Xi Mørátüabáterían 78'
Geyinstanles United 2–0 Foraé
Lounoi Aká 32' Issama Mbongo-Dongo 70'
Fryi Frêndê 1–2 Friguista Farfa
Basajaun Courtemanche 17' VS Josh Di Giovanni 2' Cornisé Halegión 71'

MATCHDAY 23
Fryi Frêndê 3–0 Tifón de la Costa
Hriya Mikatevic 30' Basajaun Courtemanche 37' Gudjon Infláx 45' VS 0
Friguista Farfa 0–2 Geyinstanles United
Mathis Poggi 38' Lounoi Aká 64'
Foraé 1–2 Green Ruland
Goyo Ronaldé 20' VS Gaspar Sábado 1' and 86'
Flying Jellyfish 1–1 La Nueva Avenida
Carlo Lombardo 44' VS Bayarte Pagagartundua 21'
Flamagua 3–3 Libertarian Ferdullaele
Raúl Pichardo 11' Carlos Abrigo 72' Lorenzo Bueno 79' VS Terenzio Marcotti 20' Salomón Cayfú 50' Marco Forzza 61'
Ferdullaele 3–4 Madorre de Fuego
Svein Danielsen 14' and 29' Septimus Johans 89' VS Guhj Elixaeberna 62' Sergé Nayevsté 72' Vanessa Pfeiffauf 85' and 89'
Feardallis' Wanderers 3–5 Mâ Âlâmëómë
Harley Smith 32' Jiáko Aukando 52' Forre Kikenka 57' VS Çis Dragãozý 16' Kühâx 21' and 87' Kaj Aurora 44' Rüj Hâgöút 89'
Dí Maozöxê 2–0 Sent 01
Rübéãn Tôr 26' Spencer Fox 52' VS 0
Avenida Victoria 2–2 Avenida Decepción
Adeltú Cohújaan 34' and 41' VS Drê Roys 54' Michael Young 72'
Avenida Principal 2–3 Avenida Leal
Iván Cervántez 25' Jacques Kemp 72' VS Horacio Cornelio 37' Likko Sendero 84' Ostadar Arambilet 86'

MATCHDAY 24
Tifón de la Costa 1–5 Avenida Principal
Retizo Delacrúz 70' VS José Tirolargo 8' Ross Horn 72' Milan Ikaró 83' Bloody Mary Deschamps 84' Abuda 89'
Avenida Leal 4–3 Avenida Victoria
Horacio Cornelio 30', 43' and 58' Likko Sendero 59' VS Fermín Juárez 34', 53' and 77'
Avenida Decepción 3–1 Dí Maozöxê
Michael Young 28' Nicolás Jarvís 52' Mateo Isidoro 66' VS Ríc Dâí 51'
Sent 01 1–2 Feardallis' Wanderers
Or Espiridión 24' VS Yung Chinsúa 13' Sderigaard Rankuv 78'
Mâ Âlâmëómë 3–3 Ferdullaele
Kaj Aurora 43' and 76' Çis Dragãozý 83' VS Septimus Johans 20' and 87' Toño Baumann 49'
Madorre de Fuego 2–2 Flamagua
Jayden Hall 28' Augusto Annunzaé 40' VS Abraham Cortez 30' Carlos Abrigo 74'
Libertarian Ferdullaele 2–2 Flying Jellyfish
Terenzio Marcotti 27' Marco Forzza 42' VS Xi Mørátüabáterían 57' Nathan Powell 78'
La Nueva Avenida 3–4 Foraé
Tor Hedegaard 11' Ibon Galdo 51' Bayarte Pagagartundua 53' VS Fârave Grékô 3' Oslovan Dargabinn 31' and 74' Andârj Gorôvôvô 79'
Green Ruland 3–3 Friguista Farfa
Ign Gorre 31' Gaspar Sábado 68' Toli Toni 81' VS Nicolau Escárcega 9' and 32' Raso Du Fauxé 15'
Geyinstanles United 2–2 Fryi Frêndê
Alessandro Fierrhe 22' Arsene Allard 66' VS Georgie Zuru 51' Martín Greenville 83'

MATCHDAY 25
Geyinstanles United 1–2 Tifón de la Costa
Lounoi Aká 82' VS Ezequiel Granada 8' Gonzalo Moralez 51'
Fryi Frêndê 3–1 Green Ruland
Hriya Mikatevic 12' and 47' Kaé Arquéan 27' VS Gaspar Sábado 78'
Friguista Farfa 2–3 La Nueva Avenida
Vittore Magro 27' Turó Trezé 52' VS Ibon Galdo 5' Zonestraal Jansen 58' Ernesto Rago 77'
Foraé 3–4 Libertarian Ferdullaele
Çis Kâvâlé 10', 86' and 87' VS Ellis Sinclair 54' Aranfarrhé Ederé 64' Marco Forzza 70' Narhimé Nijan 89'
Flying Jellyfish 1–2 Madorre de Fuego
Mirogod Chernyshov 55' VS Augusto Annunzaé 52' Gerrher Centáleo 76'
Flamagua 2–1 Mâ Âlâmëómë
Emanuel Linares 75' Abraham Cortez 90+3' VS Kaj Aurora 57'
Ferdullaele 3–3 Sent 01
Mihail Areleous 19' and 70' Valdo Ragnere 57' VS Friekder Ellemerrhetí 34' Daniel Toluca 58' Aristides Pío 80'
Feardallis' Wanderers 1–3 Avenida Decepción
Jonyo Rovic 24' VS Octavio Alexander 26' and 68' Mateo Isidoro 78'
Dí Maozöxê 2–3 Avenida Leal
Spencer Fox 39' Brááham Îfrahim 71' VS Likko Sendero 23' Árbol Saucedo 39' Serafino Ferrhe 45'
Avenida Victoria 2–2 Avenida Principal
Adeltú Cohújaan 70' and 86' VS Abuda 19' and 76'

MATCHDAY 26
Tifón de la Costa 1–2 Avenida Victoria
Ezequiel Granada 52' VS Adeltú Cohújaan 30' Tom Ertesen 37'
Avenida Principal 2–4 Dí Maozöxê
Kaé Dandofogué 45+1' Ignacio Vivienda 72' VS Scott Fletcher 14' and 48' Rübéãn Ôbá-Hän 23' Rübéãn Tôr 72'
Avenida Leal 1–2 Feardallis' Wanderers
Evaristo Sucre 57' VS Harley Smith 26' Jiáko Aukando 59'
Avenida Decepción 3–4 Ferdullaele
Octavio Alexander 61' Mateo Isidoro 67' Michael Young 80' VS Svein Danielsen 8' and 61' Septimus Johans 38' Valdo Ragnere 59'
Sent 01 2–2 Flamagua
Iellwen Tathmiel 32' Or Espiridión 47' VS Noel Valdéz 32' Arturo Ponce 85'
Mâ Âlâmëómë 2–0 Flying Jellyfish
Svenbjorn Einarsson 47' and 80'
Madorre de Fuego 3–3 Foraé
Gerrher Centáleo 4' Sergé Nayevsté 25' Vanessa Pfeiffauf 32' VS Andârj Gorôvôvô 14' Tzukân Fîrá 35' and 77'
Libertarian Ferdullaele 1–3 Friguista Farfa
Aranfarrhé Ederé 80' VS Fer Strauss 37' Lisandro Lobo 57' Trevé Rrhoré 79'
La Nueva Avenida 2–1 Fryi Frêndê
Café 27' Bayarte Pagagartundua 47' VS Gudjon Infláx 79'
Green Ruland 1–2 Geyinstanles United
Lorra Lova 79' VS Issama Mbongo-Dongo 45' Arsene Allard 86'

MATCHDAY 27
Green Ruland 2–2 Tifón de la Costa
Gorri Limandallia 80' Fï Jôpá 90' VS Pablo Fuego 37' Sandro Frutos 83'
Geyinstanles United 0–3 La Nueva Avenida
Café 47' Manestraal Jansen 56' Tor Hedegaard 81'
Fryi Frêndê 1–2 Libertarian Ferdullaele
Fer von Heim 56' VS Anganá Dilerfy 19' Terenzio Marcotti 42'
Friguista Farfa 1–2 Madorre de Fuego
Lisandro Lobo 73' VS Gerrher Centáleo 66' and 72'
Foraé 2–2 Mâ Âlâmëómë
Goyo Ronaldé 54' Arturo Yrybary 79' VS Kaj Aurora 61' Çis Dragãozý 83'
Flying Jellyfish 3–1 Sent 01
Nathan Powell 20' Mirogod Chernyshov 42' Kilye Penrith 55' VS Or Espiridión 80'
Flamagua 3–2 Avenida Decepción
Carlos Abrigo 36' Lorenzo Bueno 68' Noel Valdéz 75' VS Octavio Alexander 53' Tommy Maclean 80'
Ferdullaele 1–2 Avenida Leal
Mihail Areleous 20' VS Mavát Garezque 27' Likko Sendero 49'
Feardallis' Wanderers 0–1 Avenida Principal
Abuda 76'
Dí Maozöxê 4–2 Avenida Victoria
Rübéãn Ôbá-Hän 16' and 74' Scott Fletcher 36' Jâv Môllýerí 84' VS Adeltú Cohújaan 43' Vasilije Østergård 84'

MATCHDAY 28
Tifón de la Costa 3–7 Dí Maozöxê
Melchor Bonavista 38' and 74' Ezequiel Granada 82' VS Scott Fletcher 12' Joan Fer Nonhagatte 38' Rübéãn Tôr 63' and 90+3' Rübéãn Ôbá-Hän 66' and 81' Spencer Fox 89'
Avenida Victoria 1–0 Feardallis' Wanderers
Vasilije Østergård 81'
Avenida Principal 3–0 Ferdullaele
Jacques Kemp 2' Abuda 39' Bloody Mary Deschamps 85'
Avenida Leal 3–2 Flamagua
Frederik Wallenberg 41' Likko Sendero 79' Horacio Cornelio 82' VS Carlos Abrigo 40' Emilio Fuentes 87'
Avenida Decepción 3–2 Flying Jellyfish
Drê Roys 1' Irrigo Alberti 25' Octavio Alexander 57' VS Xi Mørátüabáterían 55' Kilye Penrith 75'
Sent 01 2–2 Foraé
Motke Matías 52' Ramón Hevel 89' VS Andârj Gorôvôvô 20' Horacio Cornelio 59'
Mâ Âlâmëómë 2–4 Friguista Farfa
Txai Zubiri 30' Svenbjorn Einarsson 38' VS Lisandro Lobo 10' Turó Trezé 42' Josh Di Giovanni 79' Fer Strauss 87'
Madorre de Fuego 1–2 Fryi Frêndê
Sergé Nayevsté 66' VS Hriya Mikatevic 8' Martín Greenville 39'
Libertarian Ferdullaele 1–2 Geyinstanles United
Anganá Dilerfy 23' VS Issama Mbongo-Dongo 15' Michelangelo Raffello 74'
La Nueva Avenida 1–2 Green Ruland
Luciano Taggliafico 26' VS Ârganno Bôrvát 5' Fï Jôpá 62'
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Part 4


MATCHDAY 29
La Nueva Avenida 2–1 Tifón de la Costa
Café 16' Luciano Taggliafico 49' VS Gonzalo Moralez 8'
Green Ruland 3–2 Libertarian Ferdullaele
Ârganno Bôrvát 48' Dâgsvút Barsí 49' Gâfúvé Ýúrsêvý 86' VS Anganá Dilerfy 29' Fendy Guzimá 61'
Geyinstanles United 2–1 Madorre de Fuego
Mariano Rumbán 76' Michelangelo Raffello 84' VS Gian Fogo 78'
Fryi Frêndê 3–2 Mâ Âlâmëómë
Martín Greenville 54' Fer von Heim 62' Hriya Mikatevic 74' VS Çis Dragãozý 79' Demetrio Alessandri 81'
Friguista Farfa 1–1 Sent 01
Lisandro Lobo 88' VS Daniel Toluca 7'
Foraé 3–5 Avenida Decepción
Fârave Grékô 23' and 30' Çis Kâvâlé 69' VS Irrigo Alberti 17' Octavio Alexander 32' and 37' Michael Young 43' Nicolás Jarvís 70'
Flying Jellyfish 1–2 Avenida Leal
Kilye Penrith 30' VS Mavát Garezque 22' Ostadar Arambilet 47'
Flamagua 2–1 Avenida Principal
Noel Valdéz 18' Walter Rincón 24' VS Tobías Cervántez 54'
Ferdullaele 2–1 Avenida Victoria
Toño Baumann 25' Svein Danielsen 65' VS Fermín Juárez 17'
Feardallis' Wanderers 0–1 Dí Maozöxê
Sândrô Fvý 53'

MATCHDAY 30
Tifón de la Costa 1–0 Feardallis' Wanderers
Retizo Delacrúz 40'
Dí Maozöxê 5–4 Ferdullaele
Sândrô Fvý 23' and 76' Rübéãn Tôr 25' Rübéãn Ôbá-Hän 37' and 87' VS Septimus Johans 7' and 82' Valdo Ragnere 38' Fernando Blanco 46'
Avenida Victoria 1–0 Flamagua
Roldão D'cruze 41'
Avenida Principal 2–1 Flying Jellyfish
Abuda 63' Milan Ikaró 65' VS Mirogod Chernyshov 33'
Avenida Leal 0–3 Foraé
Arturo Yrybary 5' Tzukân Fîrá 61' Horacio Cornelio 88'
Avenida Decepción 3–3 Friguista Farfa
Tommy Maclean 2' Michael Young 47' Nicolás Jarvís 62' VS Josh Di Giovanni 3' Turó Trezé 8' Nicolau Escárcega 76'
Sent 01 2–1 Fryi Frêndê
Daniel Toluca 3' Iellwen Tathmiel 10' VS Gudjon Infláx 30'
Mâ Âlâmëómë 2–1 Geyinstanles United
Txai Zubiri 33' Demetrio Alessandri 62' VS Mariano Rumbán 50'
Madorre de Fuego 0–3 Green Ruland
Gorri Limandallia 28' Huju Millanda 39' Gâfúvé Ýúrsêvý 69'
Libertarian Ferdullaele 4–3 La Nueva Avenida
Fendy Guzimá 24' and 76' Marco Forzza 26' Ellis Sinclair 72' VS Manestraal Jansen 28' and 67' Luciano Taggliafico 84'

MATCHDAY 31
Libertarian Ferdullaele 2–2 Tifón de la Costa
Ellis Sinclair 44' Új Ízitan 89' VS Melchor Bonavista 15' Gonzalo Moralez 52'
La Nueva Avenida 3–2 Madorre de Fuego
Bayarte Pagagartundua 28' Luciano Taggliafico 65' Zonestraal Jansen 70' VS Vanessa Pfeiffauf 2' Gerrher Centáleo 29'
Green Ruland 0–2 Mâ Âlâmëómë
Demetrio Alessandri 79' Climo Coss 84'
Geyinstanles United 2–1 Sent 01
Saratay Garefté 60' Issama Mbongo-Dongo 86' VS Or Espiridión 48'
Fryi Frêndê 5–2 Avenida Decepción
Dalca Nurmanov 14' Gudjon Infláx 28' Georgie Zuru 69' Martín Greenville 87' Fer von Heim 88' VS Octavio Alexander 36' Irrigo Alberti 82'
Friguista Farfa 1–2 Avenida Leal
Vittore Magro 83' VS Árbol Saucedo 2' Evaristo Sucre 56'
Foraé 0–2 Avenida Principal
VS Jacques Kemp 50' Tobías Cervántez 81'
Flying Jellyfish 0–1 Avenida Victoria
VS Txordin Velazquez 3'
Flamagua 2–3 Dí Maozöxê
Noel Valdéz 54' and 64' VS Ríc Dâí 50' Durýado Bârgan 67' Spencer Fox 86'
Ferdullaele 1–1 Feardallis' Wanderers
Toño Baumann 86' VS Forre Kikenka 23'

MATCHDAY 32
Tifón de la Costa 1–2 Ferdullaele
Federico Tajante 82' VS Faroú Derrazambeta 12' Toño Baumann 61'
Feardallis' Wanderers 3–4 Flamagua
Jiáko Aukando 64' and 90+5' Jonyo Rovic 67' VS Walter Rincón 12' Noel Valdéz 16' Raúl Pichardo 44' Carlos Abrigo 67'
Dí Maozöxê 2–0 Flying Jellyfish
Rübéãn Ôbá-Hän 6' Spencer Fox 48'
Avenida Victoria 0–0 Foraé
No Goalscorers.
Avenida Principal 3–0 Friguista Farfa
Jacques Kemp 65' and 78' Milan Ikaró 73'
Avenida Leal 2–0 Fryi Frêndê
Frederik Wallenberg 53' Mavát Garezque 73'
Avenida Decepción 2–2 Geyinstanles United
Drê Roys 8' Fernando Numancia 45+2' VS Mathis Poggi 9' and 55'
Sent 01 2–3 Green Ruland
Or Espiridión 42' Daniel Toluca 57' VS Gaspar Sábado 28' Gorri Limandallia 62' and 67'
Mâ Âlâmëómë 3–3 La Nueva Avenida
Txai Zubiri 70' and 81' Kaj Aurora 86' VS Ibon Galdo 5' Zonestraal Jansen 6' Luciano Taggliafico 87'
Madorre de Fuego 2–2 Libertarian Ferdullaele
Gerrher Centáleo 14' Augusto Annunzaé 19' VS Fendy Guzimá 9' Leon Johnstone 29'

MATCHDAY 33
Madorre de Fuego 0–1 Tifón de la Costa
Melchor Bonavista 7'
Libertarian Ferdullaele 3–5 Mâ Âlâmëómë
Terenzio Marcotti 7' Anganá Dilerfy 22' Marco Forzza 55' VS Çis Dragãozý 27' Svenbjorn Einarsson 38' 57' Demetrio Alessandri 39' Kris Campbell 79'
La Nueva Avenida 2–0 Sent 01
Bayarte Pagagartundua 20' Ibon Galdo 81'
Green Ruland 2–1 Avenida Decepción
Huju Millanda 13' Dâgsvút Barsí 88' VS Irrigo Alberti 61'
Geyinstanles United 1–2 Avenida Leal
Alessandro Fierrhe 11' VS Horacio Cornelio 25' and 57'
Fryi Frêndê 3–5 Avenida Principal
Kaé Arquéan 11' Hriya Mikatevic 25' Ifarmé Ibrahim 88' VS Ross Horn 7' Kaé Dandofogué 23' Iván Cervántez 55' Jacques Kemp 57' André Reneré 83'
Friguista Farfa 1–4 Avenida Victoria
Trevé Rrhoré 13' VS Lione Zarastrusesc 3' Adeltú Cohújaan 49' Vasilije Østergård 61' Roldão D'cruze 65'
Foraé 3–1 Dí Maozöxê
Tzukân Fîrá 21' Arturo Yrybary 28' Custodio Errekochoa 54' VS Rübéãn Tôr 43'
Flying Jellyfish 2–1 Feardallis' Wanderers
Sjmon d'Kolperiskonjf 54' Mirogod Chernyshov 67' VS Ala Stroé 75'
Flamagua 1–2 Ferdullaele
Emanuel Linares 85' VS Septimus Johans 73' and 76'

MATCHDAY 34
Tifón de la Costa 2–4 Flamagua
Retizo Delacrúz 3' Ezequiel Granada 35' VS Emilio Fuentes 15' Carlos Abrigo 25' and 86' Noel Valdéz 33'
Ferdullaele 2–2 Flying Jellyfish
Toño Baumann 65' Fernando Blanco 74' VS Nathan Powell 7' Sjmon d'Kolperiskonjf 35'
Feardallis' Wanderers 1–1 Foraé
Jiáko Aukando 25' VS Fârave Grékô 86'
Dí Maozöxê 2–1 Friguista Farfa
Rübéãn Ôbá-Hän 40' Rübéãn Tôr 45+5' VS Nicolau Escárcega 66'
Avenida Victoria 1–1 Fryi Frêndê
Adeltú Cohújaan 78' VS Martín Greenville 51'
Avenida Principal 0–3 Geyinstanles United
Ohmadarlin Clementine 40' Mariano Rumbán 78' Mathis Poggi 88'
Avenida Leal 4–0 Green Ruland
Árbol Saucedo 11' and 83' Ostadar Arambilet 28' Evaristo Sucre 68'
Avenida Decepción 1–3 La Nueva Avenida
Irrigo Alberti 88' VS Café 12' Fernando Montes 81' Manestraal Jansen 86'
Sent 01 1–1 Libertarian Ferdullaele
Or Espiridión 81' VS Marco Forzza 42'
Mâ Âlâmëómë 3–4 Madorre de Fuego
Svenbjorn Einarsson 10' Kaj Aurora 27' and 40' VS Guhj Elixaeberna 17' and 84' Vanessa Pfeiffauf 80' Ríckier Anramoné 87'

MATCHDAY 35
Mâ Âlâmëómë 2–2 Tifón de la Costa
Kris Campbell 28' Rüj Hâgöút 75' VS Melchor Bonavista 6' and 7'
Madorre de Fuego 2–2 Sent 01
Guhj Elixaeberna 2' and 19' VS Fabrifé Le Manga 55' Aristides Pío 62'
Libertarian Ferdullaele 0–3 Avenida Decepción
Mateo Isidoro 53' Tommy Maclean 70' Bernardo Gedoz 75'
La Nueva Avenida 4–3 Avenida Leal
Ibon Galdo 26' Café 34' Espiridión Amarilla 47' Bayarte Pagagartundua 51' VS Mavát Garezque 26' Horacio Cornelio 60' Frederik Wallenberg 71'
Green Ruland 0–2 Avenida Principal
Abuda 44' André Reneré 63'
Geyinstanles United 2–1 Avenida Victoria
Alessandro Fierrhe 4' Saratay Garefté 26' VS Adeltú Cohújaan 56'
Fryi Frêndê 2–3 Dí Maozöxê
Kaé Arquéan 4' Dalca Nurmanov 31' VS Scott Fletcher 41' and 55' Ríc Dâí 70'
Friguista Farfa 3–2 Feardallis' Wanderers
Raso Du Fauxé 28' Josh Di Giovanni 45+4' Nicolau Escárcega 76' VS Forre Kikenka 18' Jiáko Aukando 58'
Foraé 1–1 Ferdullaele
Tzukân Fîrá 28' VS Fernando Blanco 37'
Flying Jellyfish 4–2 Flamagua
Mirogod Chernyshov 7' Xi Mørátüabáterían 29' David Alejandro 48' Nathan Powell 77' VS Arturo Ponce 37' Raúl Pichardo 68'

MATCHDAY 36
Tifón de la Costa 2–2 Flying Jellyfish
Ezequiel Granada 79' and 80' VS Alwin Arkes 19' Mirogod Chernyshov 39'
Flamagua 1–6 Foraé
Carlos Abrigo 50' VS Oslovan Dargabinn 4' Tzukân Fîrá 6' and 80' Horacio Cornelio 11' Arturo Yrybary 76' Andârj Gorôvôvô 77'
Ferdullaele 1–1 Friguista Farfa
Faroú Derrazambeta 52' VS Nicolau Escárcega 77'
Feardallis' Wanderers 1–2 Fryi Frêndê
Forre Kikenka 32' VS Gudjon Infláx 36' Basajaun Courtemanche 73'
Dí Maozöxê 2–1 Geyinstanles United
Rübéãn Tôr 13' Rübéãn Ôbá-Hän 86' VS Issama Mbongo-Dongo 89'
Avenida Victoria 2–1 Green Ruland
Fermín Juárez 27' and 65' VS Huju Millanda 1'
Avenida Principal 1–3 La Nueva Avenida
Abuda 63' VS Café 40' Bayarte Pagagartundua 72' Fernando Montes 88'
Avenida Leal 3–2 Libertarian Ferdullaele
Ostadar Arambilet 76', 78' and 86' VS Leon Johnstone 8' Narhimé Nijan 26'
Avenida Decepción 3–1 Madorre de Fuego
Octavio Alexander 29' and 84' Tommy Maclean 55' VS Guhj Elixaeberna 62'
Sent 01 1–2 Mâ Âlâmëómë
Iellwen Tathmiel 57' VS Çis Dragãozý 27' and 39'

MATCHDAY 37
Sent 01 2–2 Tifón de la Costa
Daniel Toluca 9' Aristides Pío 88' VS Ezequiel Granada 5' Sandro Frutos 52'
Mâ Âlâmëómë 2–1 Avenida Decepción
Çis Dragãozý 1' and 69' VS Nicolás Jarvís 9'
Madorre de Fuego 2–2 Avenida Leal
Ríckier Anramoné 40' Augusto Annunzaé 64' VS Serafino Ferrhe 42' Somuele Cazza 82'
Libertarian Ferdullaele 2–3 Avenida Principal
Narhimé Nijan 34' Bernardo Gedoz 71' VS Milan Ikaró 13' Abuda 32' Ross Horn 80'
La Nueva Avenida 1–4 Avenida Victoria
Zonestraal Jansen 28' VS Vasilije Østergård 1' Lione Zarastrusesc 25' Nicolás Villalpando 78' Nicolás Villalpando 89'
Green Ruland 3–2 Dí Maozöxê
Gâfúvé Ýúrsêvý 54' and 77' Dâgsvút Barsí 88' VS Sândrô Fvý 20' Joan Fer Nonhagatte 37'
Geyinstanles United 0–1 Feardallis' Wanderers
Mardúj Janguje 11'
Fryi Frêndê 2–3 Ferdullaele
Gudjon Infláx 46' Kaé Arquéan 75' VS Valdo Ragnere 41' Faroú Derrazambeta 51' and 89'
Friguista Farfa 1–0 Flamagua
Mariusz Sondergaard 80'
Foraé 1–0 Flying Jellyfish
Çis Kâvâlé 1'

MATCHDAY 38
Tifón de la Costa 1–0 Foraé
Gonzalo Moralez 81'
Flying Jellyfish 2–2 Friguista Farfa
Xi Mørátüabáterían 16' Mirogod Chernyshov 46' VS Cornisé Halegión 16' Nicolau Escárcega 32'
Flamagua 3–1 Fryi Frêndê
Emanuel Linares 5' Arturo Ponce 80' Emilio Fuentes 83' VS Hriya Mikatevic 88'
Ferdullaele 2–0 Geyinstanles United
Mihail Areleous 61' Faroú Derrazambeta 87'
Feardallis' Wanderers 4–2 Green Ruland
Jiáko Aukando 9' Yung Chinsúa 38' Trip Ughausé 44' and 50' VS Lorra Lova 9' Ign Gorre 27'
Dí Maozöxê 2–5 La Nueva Avenida
Durýado Bârgan 67' Scott Fletcher 69' VS Bayarte Pagagartundua 33' and 73' Luciano Taggliafico 55' and 84' Manestraal Jansen 57'
Avenida Victoria 3–4 Libertarian Ferdullaele
Adeltú Cohújaan 58' Txordin Velazquez 53' and 90+5' VS Aranfarrhé Ederé 1' Ellis Sinclair 14' Aranfarrhé Ederé 41'Bernardo Gedoz 55'
Avenida Principal 0–1 Madorre de Fuego
Jayden Hall 69'
Avenida Leal 3–3 Mâ Âlâmëómë
Ostadar Arambilet 4' and 35' Evaristo Sucre 55' VS Kühâx 59' Txai Zubiri 66' Rüj Hâgöút 83'
Avenida Decepción 3–2 Sent 01
Fernaj Britos 41' Michael Young 53' Nicolás Jarvís 82' VS Friekder Ellemerrhetí 4' Or Espiridión 52'
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---Team                     Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Avenida Principal 38 21 7 10 91 68 +23 70 Champions
2 La Nueva Avenida 38 20 8 10 101 81 +20 68 Champions' Cup
3 Avenida Leal 38 20 6 12 81 73 +8 66 Globe Cup
4 Mâ Âlâmëómë 38 17 14 7 104 89 +15 65 Globe Cup
5 Dí Maozöxê 38 19 8 11 97 87 +10 65 Globe Cup
6 Ferdullaele 38 16 12 10 91 80 +11 60
7 Geyinstanles United 38 17 6 15 69 68 +1 57
8 Avenida Victoria 38 14 10 14 65 60 +5 52
9 Avenida Decepción 38 14 10 14 80 80 0 52
10 Fryi Frêndê 38 14 9 15 78 73 +5 51
11 Green Ruland 38 14 8 16 74 82 −8 50
12 Flying Jellyfish 38 13 10 15 73 67 +6 49
13 Libertarian Ferdullaele 38 11 14 13 82 88 −6 47
14 Friguista Farfa 38 11 13 14 68 74 −6 46
15 Flamagua 38 11 11 16 82 94 −12 44
16 Feardallis' Wanderers 38 10 12 16 63 68 −5 42
17 Madorre de Fuego 38 10 11 17 69 82 −13 41
18 Foraé 38 8 16 14 71 73 −2 40 Relegated
19 Tifón de la Costa 38 10 10 18 70 97 −27 40 Relegated
20 Sent 01 38 5 15 18 57 82 −25 30 Relegated

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---Team                  Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Dor Frío 38 23 4 11 91 80 +11 73 Champions
2 Koloko 38 20 9 9 74 64 +10 69 Promoted
3 Fragardallians 38 19 7 12 91 76 +15 64 Promoted
4 Tympú 38 17 11 10 89 69 +20 62
5 Avenida Natal 38 18 6 14 98 89 +9 60
6 Deportí Agaumi 38 17 8 13 91 79 +12 59
7 Dos Pontes 38 18 5 15 94 89 +5 59
8 Llefraga 38 17 7 14 87 77 +10 58
9 Rivijera 38 15 13 10 85 76 +9 58
10 Mein Dief Honsson 38 15 9 14 75 66 +9 54
11 Torrhe Del Viento 38 16 5 17 90 97 −7 53
12 Punta Del Torde 38 14 10 14 78 75 +3 52
13 Rülândéá Côstä 38 13 11 14 98 94 +4 50 Relegated (FTL)
14 FOMT 38 13 10 15 75 80 −5 49
15 Frion Libertas 38 13 9 16 73 69 +4 48
16 Outsiders 38 11 11 16 87 101 −14 44 Relegated (FNL)
17 Ñandfe 38 10 11 17 88 110 −22 41 Relegated (FNL)
18 DÖÂÉZ 38 8 12 18 67 92 −25 36 Relegated (FTL)
19 Avenida De La Cruz 38 8 8 22 74 93 −19 32 Relegated (FTL)
20 Lasupi 38 7 10 21 71 100 −29 31 Relegated (FNL)

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---Team                        Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Duyrmyta Fau 38 23 8 7 99 59 +40 77 Champions
2 Fragrafagardanialles 38 21 7 10 98 54 +44 70 Promoted
3 Primera, Segunda y Tercera 38 19 7 12 61 62 −1 64 Promoted
4 Ausharmuj Marusi 38 17 10 11 64 49 +15 61
5 Feardallis' Unidos 38 17 8 13 69 63 +6 59
6 Jonder Trains 38 16 9 13 61 46 +15 57
7 Tu Ti 38 16 8 14 70 56 +14 56
8 Mintan Mollomote 38 16 8 14 70 63 +7 56
9 Gre Gran Chacó 38 16 5 17 60 77 −17 53
10 Dus Poté 38 13 11 14 71 63 +8 50
11 Ferdullaele Unidos 38 13 11 14 59 58 +1 50
12 1.FC Ledved Mountain Oxen 38 14 8 16 62 62 0 50
13 Pacifist Federation 38 14 8 16 62 67 −5 50
14 Ondeta 38 15 5 18 50 76 −26 50
15 Desert Titans 38 13 10 15 67 69 −2 49
16 Semota dal Fesé 38 12 13 13 52 74 −22 49
17 Ande 38 12 6 20 43 61 −18 42
18 Guja Guti Milllaro Fita 38 11 8 19 52 67 −15 41
19 Daorho Moro 38 10 9 19 49 68 −19 39
20 Suburban Farfadillis 38 7 11 20 58 83 −25 32 Relegated

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---Team                       Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Prostran I Forzuda 38 22 6 10 94 52 +42 72 Champions
2 Silver And Gold 38 20 7 11 85 64 +21 67 Promoted
3 Upaléi Guerrherés 38 20 4 14 71 42 +29 64 Promoted
4 Shella Minu 38 19 5 14 77 80 −3 62
5 Shotomalpa Blues 38 19 4 15 61 56 +5 61
6 Club de Fútbol Yuba 38 15 13 10 60 56 +4 58
7 Avenida Azulada 38 18 4 16 63 74 −11 58
8 Montesol Grande 38 16 8 14 52 51 +1 56
9 Karuvis Milajonovic 38 15 10 13 58 56 +2 55
10 Setenta y Siete Abejas 38 15 9 14 61 66 −5 54
11 Shotomalpa Drops 38 15 5 18 66 81 −15 50
12 Darfallá Greens 38 14 7 17 71 68 +3 49
13 Shotomalpa Falla 38 13 10 15 73 73 0 49
14 Club de Fútbol Raynor 38 13 9 16 53 76 −23 48
15 Žestoka 38 14 5 19 70 81 −11 47
16 Vetar Trg 38 13 8 17 64 79 −15 47
17 Induja Flamefoxes 38 11 12 15 62 66 −4 45
18 Errekochoa Supernovas 38 13 6 19 43 51 −8 45
19 Fortín de Puerto Farolero 38 12 6 20 63 65 −2 42
20 Jullima Nito Palumba 38 10 8 20 46 56 −10 38 Relegated


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Farf Torde-Norde Coupé

Duyrmyta Fau 4-0 Prostran I Forzuda


Farf Amateur Ligá
---Team                              Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 René Skaé Colonels 38 19 9 10 73 53 +20 66 Champions
2 Gran Faro 70 38 19 7 12 85 63 +22 64 Promoted
3 CA Eterna 38 18 9 11 72 54 +18 63
4 Toimputa 38 19 3 16 73 63 +10 60
5 Gorfalle Town 38 17 9 12 67 61 +6 60
6 Atlético Induja 38 18 6 14 64 61 +3 60
7 Ho 38 16 10 12 60 56 +4 58
8 Fer-Fen FC 38 16 8 14 57 47 +10 56
9 Isky Novara 38 15 9 14 59 61 −2 54
10 Dô Fäéýkô 38 16 5 17 86 74 +12 53
11 Nuanzovic Great Unification 1789 38 15 8 15 65 65 0 53
12 Îrrî Gô Tòmë 38 13 12 13 59 52 +7 51
13 Ezse FC 38 16 3 19 54 54 0 51
14 Yi 38 14 7 17 63 68 −5 49
15 Argonna Diguarâ 38 13 9 16 47 64 −17 48
16 Ní-Rakem Racing Club 38 13 6 19 60 79 −19 45
17 1.FC Illyvich 38 11 11 16 59 62 −3 44
18 Gandu-Garay Young Boys 38 12 8 18 67 79 −12 44
19 Pacifista Racing Club 38 13 5 20 47 74 −27 44
20 Kovic-Ovalski AC 38 9 12 17 49 76 −27 39
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Awards Ceremony


Another awards ceremony! Very exciting huh? Well, sorry for not updating anything from matchday twenty-two onwards. You know, busy life and so on. What? The official site of a national football federation should be more professional or at least have a back-up guy for me? PFFT. PFFFFFT. You clearly sound non-Farf.

This season had been pretty surprising. Avenida Principal ended up taking the trophy with one matchday to spare thanks to some very consistent performances from all of their players. Kemp, Abuda, Horn, Charmander, you know, all of them. All of this despite losing Fakkotti to Minault United of Valladares. La Nueva Avenida had been good as usual, and Avenida Leal had come out of nowhere to take the third place once again after a terrible first half or so. Behind them Mâ Âlâmëómë and Dí Maozöxê, both surprising people. The former because they're better than fourth and the latter because they're not supposed to be so good. Overall, a great season. In which, it's worth noting, we said goodbye to another team that had been in the top flight for all seasons since the very beginning. Farewell Sent 01. Flying Jellyfish, Fryi Frêndê, Ferdullaele, Feardallis' Wanderers and... uhmm... has any other team never been in the second division or something?

First things first, the top goalscorer award. Nothing mysterious here. Except the fact that the top goalscorer scored not many goals, considering he would've been tenth or so a season ago. What happened? Teams stopped focusing on their strikers. A lot. As a result there were more goals overall but less coming from the strikers. Some teams, like Avenida Leal, went as far as having one of their top goalscorers a midfielder, though he was tied with a striker. Uhmm... anyway, the winner was Çis Dragãozý, the Rulandese striker that played almost every single minute for the highest-scoring team of the league as the main goalscorer. Not entirely a surprise. Twenty-two goals scored. Following him was the main striker of the second highest-scoring team, Bayarte Pagagartundua with twenty-one goals. Not a surprise either. After that, there was a tie for the bronze boot, but the FFFF never kept a record of assists. Both players had gotten twenty goals and loads of assists, so nobody really wanted to watch the videos with the goals either. As a result, Abuda and Spencer Fox both got one trophy each. Following them, leaving empty-handed, was Mirogod Chernyshov, who surprised many by scoring eighteen goals. A Di Bradini Cup winner too!

After that came the young player award. Ostadar Arambilet was disqualified on the basis of making the award not very exciting. As a result, the award was up for grabs. Kaj Aurora, Árbol Saucedo, Nicolás Jarvís, Kilye Penrith, Tor Hedegaard, Basajaun Courtemanche, Mihail Areleous, Luke Charmander, Café, Spencer Fox, Kühâx, Röhj Tzâín and Mirogod Chernyshov plus some other players that escape me all had wonderful seasons. Wow, I would've hated to be a judge for that award. In the end, however, Café took home the award on the basis of having played a wonderful season for one of the most powerful teams of the league, and certainly never disappointed. Following him was Spencer Fox, who guided a team like Dí Maozöxê to glory (it is glory to them). Finally, Luke Charmander was given the bronze young player award because his team won and he was a very good goalkeeper throughout the season.

After that the fair play award. The bureaucracy lost it.

Then the most important award. The best player award. A few names were being considered: Svenbjorn Einarsson, Ostadar Arambilet, Çis Dragãozý, Ross Horn, Sjmon d'Kolperiskonjf and Bayarte Pagagartundua. Oh, and the winner. Abuda. The award was given to Abuda. Because he was the best player this season. Not very surprising considering his team won. Einarsson got the silver award. Pagagartundua the bronze award. What? Am I making this super anti-climatic?

Oh, and we forgot about the best goal award. It went to Ross Horn's scissor kick from the edge of the box against Fryi Frêndê.

No ideal eleven was announced, I believe. I'll find out later.

EDIT: Oh, there was, apparently.

Starters:
Name Rating Goals
GK: Image Image Rôhj Tzâín 7.02 00
LB: Image Image David Alejandro 6.88 03
CB: Image Image Tobías Cervántez 6.86 06
RB: Image Image Sjmon d'Kolperiskonjf 7.89 07
LM: Image Image Frederik Wallenberg 7.75 08
CM: Image Image Ostadar Arambilet 8.02 15
CM: Image Image Svenbjorn Einarsson 8.21 13
RM: Image Image Kaj Aurora 7.86 11
OM: Image Image Abuda 8.42 20
ST: Image Image Bayarte Pagagartundua 8.11 21
ST: Image Image Çis Dragãozý 8.05 22


Substitutes:
Name Rating Goals
GK: Image Image Luke Charmander 6.90 00
LB: Image Image José Tirolargo 6.24 02
CB: Image Image Climo Coss 6.76 03
RB: Image Image Salomón Cayfú 7.02 05
LM: Image Image Zonestraal Jansen 7.22 08
CM: Image Image Café 7.77 16
RM: Image Image Jacques Kemp 7.12 14
OM: Image Image Mirogod Chernyshov 7.60 18
ST: Image Image Ross Horn 7.84 14
ST: Image Image Horacio Cornelio 7.65 15
ST: Image Image Spencer Fox 8.00 20
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Season 13


Another season gone, and we can't say it was exactly exciting this time around. The race for the title was pretty lopsided, and Avenida Principal didn't put up much of a fight defending the title, so we cannot say it was the best season ever. Far from that.

La Nueva Avenida won another title, thirteen points above the second-placed team - as many point as seasons that have been played, funnily enough. Their superiority was easily noticeable, with players like Pagagartundua, Galdo and Café on the attack. However, the key also lied in having a decent defense. After all, Mâ Âlâmëómë scored almost as many goals, but conceded fifteen more, and look at them! A full twenty-six points behind them, though still in a UICA competition (by the slightest of margins, mind you). The Novans were way above everyone else, but they might just be at their peak. It would not be completely surprising if they failed to repeat a season like this. It's one of those that rarely ever come around. When things just click matchday after matchday.

Second, maybe the biggest surprise of the season. Dí Maozöxê (who?) got second place. Even though they were very far away from winning the title, by the end of the season they were five points clear of Avenida Principal for the second Champions' Cup spot. Spencer Fox should be thanked, but the team as a whole worked incredibly well, showing how the key to success can easily be having the whole team playing well together and one or two of the players making a big difference regardless of how the team works.

After that, Avenida Principal, Avenida Leal and Mâ Âlâmëómë qualified for the Globe Cup's preliminary stages. Avenida Principal just couldn't match their performance last season, even with their new signing Terry Hyme - who certainly did not disappoint. He certainly avoided the potential nickname "Terrible Hype". The team itself played a bit too defensively and it eventually backfired, as they failed to score the goals when it was most important. Nonetheless, it was a good season for them. After all, they were not far from a Champions' Cup spot. It's just that having been defending champions leaves a bitter taste in anyone's mouth if the title can't be attained again. Avenida Leal had a good season, having managed to keep Arambilet and Wallenberg to continue building on their success. They barely made the Globe Cup, sure, but they deserved more points than they got. A couple unlucky twists of fate here and there and they were pretty much fucked (say, three goalkeepers getting injured and having to call up someone from the youth team?). Nonetheless, it's obvious that Avenida Leal is slowly becoming one of the most powerful teams of the league. Dí Maozöxê are just following their footsteps. After them, Mâ Âlâmëómë had one disappointing season, despite scoring over a hundred goals, just like their usual title rivals and their local derby. When things clicked, Einarsson and Dragãozý were the ones who led the team, but there wasn't much they could do after twenty or so matches, when it became evident that winning the title was highly unlikely. In the end, a kind of miraculous last matchday allowed them to get a consolation Globe Cup spot. They're unlikely to make anything out of it, though.

Below them, we've got some approximately interesting things. Firstly, Geyinstanles United. They came out of nowhere and came oh so close to getting a UICA spot, falling in the final match, much to their disdain. Some bastards Dí Maozöxê are! Though they did lose five-one, so maybe they didn't deserve the spot after all. Nonetheless, stupidly good season for them. And below them? No other than the back-to-back Series B Champions' Cup finalists, Dor Frío, completing a fantastic season - though it was kind of expected. Wonderful team they are. Friguista Farfa did unusually well for their standards, as well. Flying Jellyfish was once again kind of disappointing, but nothing too worrying. When so many clubs unexpectedly do well, you can afford to do slightly worse than usual. Flying Jellyfish is a club that does not rely on momentum, after all.

Avenida Victoria and Fryi Frêndê tied in points, just like in season four. The only subtle difference is that, instead of tying for first place, they tied for tenth - exactly the middle of the table. Disappointing season for both teams. Not much to be said other than that. How have the mighty fallen, etc.

Oh, and seven points below them, in twelfth place? How have the mighty fallen indeed... none other than Ferdullaele! They were tied in points with Flamagua and Avenida Decepción, incidentally. Not top teams by any stretch of imagination. Though Flamagua was a pretty good team when Tor Fuego was around. Below them, Green Ruland and Fragardallians did similarly well enough to avoid relegation - though that similarly may vary depending on whether you look at the goal difference or not. Below them, Feardallis' Wanderers was four points clear of relegation, but still the worst of the teams that are going to stay.

Libertarian Ferdullaele face relegation again, which is not exactly surprising. Their kamikaze football style was not exactly effective this time around, though they did patch up a few huge holes in their defense. They just weren't up to the challenge anymore. Below them, Koloko's cameo to remind us of the old times is over. Finally, Madorre De Fuego couldn't do anything to avoid a humiliating relegation upon losing their biggest star to a Paradystopi team.

---Image Team                      Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
-1 Image La Nueva Avenida 38 27 4 7 106 73 +33 85 Champions------
-2 Image Dí Maozöxê 38 21 9 8 102 76 +26 72 Champions' Cup-
-3 Image Avenida Principal 38 18 13 7 86 65 +21 67 Globe Cup------
4 Image Avenida Leal 38 17 9 12 87 74 +13 60 Globe Cup------
5 Image Mâ Âlâmëómë 38 18 5 15 102 88 +14 59 Globe Cup------

6 Image Geyinstanles United 38 17 8 13 79 79 0 59
7 Image Dor Frío 38 16 10 12 90 80 +10 58
8 Image Friguista Farfa 38 16 8 14 68 72 -4 56
9 Image Flying Jellyfish 38 15 9 14 66 63 +3 54
10 Image Avenida Victoria 38 12 17 9 76 70 +6 53
11 Image Fryi Frêndê 38 15 8 15 78 83 -5 53
12 Image Ferdullaele 38 12 10 16 81 80 +1 46
13 Image Flamagua 38 12 10 16 95 100 -5 46
14 Image Avenida Decepción 38 12 10 16 77 84 -7 46
15 Image Green Ruland 38 10 13 15 81 81 0 43
16 Image Fragardallians 38 11 9 18 62 89 -27 42
17 Image Feardallis' Wanderers 38 11 8 19 69 83 -14 41
18 Image Libertarian Ferdullaele 38 9 11 18 71 90 -19 38 Relegated------
19 Image Koloko 38 9 11 18 71 91 -20 38 Relegated------
20 Image Madorre de Fuego 38 7 8 23 61 87 -26 29 Relegated------


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Another FFL2 season's gone as well, and Deportí Agaumi have recovered - by winning the second division no less! Below them, Rivijera bounce back up thanks to a very, very solid attack, and a quite eccentric Equestrian manager. And guess who was third? FOMT! FOMT is back! As for relegated teams, the bottom six were the relegated teams for the first time in what seems like forever. I'd list them, but you can easily look at the table below. Plus they're some truly long names - who the hell comes up with these crappy club names anyway?

---Image Team                        Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
-1 Image Deportí Agaumi 38 24 8 6 93 66 +27 80 Champions------
-2 Image Rivijera 38 24 5 9 108 77 +31 77 Promoted-------
3 Image FOMT 38 20 11 7 90 75 +15 71 Promoted-------

4 Image Mein Dief Honsson 38 20 6 12 98 73 +25 66
5 Image Frion Libertas 38 20 5 13 89 79 +10 65
6 Image Dos Pontes 38 18 8 12 89 78 +11 62
7 Image Foraé 38 17 8 13 91 80 +11 59
8 Image Avenida Natal 38 18 5 15 98 100 -2 59
9 Image Tympú 38 15 11 12 89 82 +7 56
10 Image Punta Del Torde 38 15 11 12 77 72 +5 56
11 Image Llefraga 38 16 5 17 104 91 +13 53
12 Image Torrhe Del Viento 38 14 10 14 92 91 +1 52
13 Image Tifón de la Costa 38 14 8 16 82 87 -5 50
14 Image Sent 01 38 11 12 15 83 101 -18 45
15 Image Fragrafagardanialles 38 13 5 20 80 105 -25 44 Relegated (FNL)
16 Image Silver And Gold 38 11 8 19 68 77 -9 41 Relegated (FTL)
17 Image Duyrmyta Fau 38 9 13 16 84 95 -11 40 Relegated (FNL)
18 Image Upaléi Guerrheres 38 12 3 23 80 104 -24 39 Relegated (FTL)
19 Image Prostran I Forzuda 38 5 9 24 80 111 -31 24 Relegated (FTL)
20 Image Primera, Segunda y Tercera 38 5 7 26 66 97 -31 22 Relegated (FNL)


---Image Team                       Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Image René Skaé Colonels 38 24 8 6 99 69 +30 80 Champions
2 Image Dus Poté 38 23 7 8 103 76 +27 76 Promoted
3 Image Desert Titans 38 22 8 8 94 74 +20 74 Promoted
4 Image Mintan Mollomote 38 20 8 10 94 76 +18 68
5 Image Tu Ti 38 15 13 10 78 74 +4 58
6 Image Ferdullaele Unidos 38 16 8 14 85 78 +7 56
7 Image Ñandfe 38 15 11 12 83 78 +5 56
8 Image Outsiders 38 14 13 11 74 74 0 55
9 Image Gre Gran Chacó 38 15 9 14 88 87 +1 54
10 Image Guja Guti Milllaro Fita 38 15 8 15 78 77 +1 53
11 Image Ausharmuj Marusi 38 15 7 16 83 81 +2 52
12 Image Semota dal Fesé 38 15 6 17 76 79 -3 51
13 Image Lasupi 38 12 10 16 72 74 -2 46
14 Image Daorho Moro 38 13 5 20 70 84 -14 44
15 Image 1.FC Ledved Mountain Oxen 38 10 10 18 81 92 -11 40
16 Image Jonder Trains 38 10 10 18 84 104 -20 40
17 Image Ondeta 38 9 11 18 66 78 -12 38
18 Image Ande 38 10 7 21 60 74 -14 37
19 Image Feardallis' Unidos 38 8 12 18 62 80 -18 36
20 Image Pacifist Federation 38 7 13 18 76 97 -21 34 Relegated

Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Gran Faro 70 38 28 5 5 114 53 +61 89 Champions
2 Avenida De La Cruz 38 27 7 4 109 52 +57 88 Promoted
3 Errekochoa Supernovas 38 26 9 3 94 47 +47 87 Promoted
4 Fortín de Puerto Farolero 38 25 10 3 112 63 +49 85
5 Club de Fútbol Yuba 38 25 7 6 102 64 +38 82
6 Induja Flamefoxes 38 23 8 7 118 79 +39 77
7 Darfallá Greens 38 24 5 9 91 52 +39 77
8 Club de Fútbol Raynor 38 22 8 8 106 65 +41 74
9 DÖÂÉZ 38 18 4 16 99 82 +17 58
10 Avenida Azulada 38 12 7 19 79 94 −15 43
11 Shotomalpa Drops 38 11 8 19 84 110 −26 41
12 Rülândéá Côstä 38 10 5 23 63 111 −48 35
13 Upaléi Guerrherés 38 10 4 24 60 99 −39 34
14 Karuvis Milajonovic 38 9 6 23 57 90 −33 33
15 Montesol Grande 38 8 7 23 65 92 −27 31
16 Žestoka 38 6 12 20 68 93 −25 30
17 Shotomalpa Blues 38 8 6 24 55 89 −34 30
18 Shotomalpa Falla 38 6 10 22 62 96 −34 28
19 Setenta y Siete Abejas 38 5 9 24 53 104 −51 24
20 Vetar Trg 38 5 7 26 49 105 −56 22 Relegated


































































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Season 14


And so another season finishes. The government has become fascist, but that never affected football anyway. At least not in a country like Farfadillis, where fascism is just a fancy word even to the government. But enough political things, we're talking about something more important here: football. The one that unites nations, not divide them.

As was expected, Mâ Âlâmëómë nailed the league, mainly thanks to a very important win in the second half of the season against Dí Maozöxê, who once again came in second. The champions had it somewhat easy considering the Astograthian league has become amateur and, as a result, two key national team players came back home. Yurpá Mêndêlöíndçêl and Risko Kâí playing alongside Svenjbjorn Einarsson. Now tell me if that does not sound scary. No wonder they almost scored a hundred this season. They might've had to fight more than they should've had to, but they still got the title, after a considerable number of seasons. They'd not won it since season nine, but they'd been extremely close in ust about every season, save for the season before this one. Now they've done it, and they can thank their world class midfield trio, which is helped by a solid defense by Farf standards and a very efficient attack. Third title for the Rulandese!

Dí Maozöxê came in second, as I said earlier. The Rulandese team was once again the best team in terms of teamwork. They conceded very few goals and scored thanks to three very talented players they've got: Scott Fletcher, starter for the Syndicatian team, Spencer Fox, once an U-15 World Cup champions and Rübéãn Tôr, who is now leaving for the current title-holders of the Apoxian League, Endeavour. Dí Maozöxê could get their first FFL win in a few seasons without surprising many.

La Nueva Avenida let down their fans this season, but they were doomed to fail considering how Pagagartundua, Galdo and Taggliafico no longer play for them following bizarre circumstances including Astograth and fascism. They still did fairly well, though they could've ended ninth if luck hadn't helped them a bit, considering how crowded the positions three through nine were. Meanwhile, Avenida Victoria seems to be slowly returning to their former more glorious state thanks to a hell of a lot of luck. For Frío, meanwhile, showed everyone why they reached the Series B Champions' Cup final twice in a row - well, at least they showed everyone why they sort of deserved it putting silly Farf formats aside.

After that, it's a close but no cigar for Flying Jellyfish, Fryi Frêndê, Avenida Principal and, to a lesser extent, Avenida Leal. The last two were a bit disappointing, but they're bound to recover. They're among the few clubs with a sane administration, after all.

Geyinstanles United was dull. Average. Boring. Four points away from both teams next to them.

Flamagua had a decent season despite not having José Torino Fuego, who some speculated could return to the club that saw him first play. However, Polarian giants Axel Heiburg snatched him up. One point away from Flamagua, Ferdullaele and Feardallis' Wanderers continue collapsing. Nobody really is mourning, though. Following them, Deportí Agaumi looked surprisingly solid this season, as they're not used to not be threatened by relegation. Green Ruland followed them closely, but they won't enjoy their position too much, unlike Deportí.

Six points away, Friguista Farfa stayed relatively safe. With four less points, Fragardallians couldn't say the same thing. They had to eat their nails up until the last matchday. FOMT go straight back to the FFL2 after being thrashed by Flying Jellyfish in the last matchday. Rivijera did even worse than them, though not in the last matchday. Let's not even talk about Avenida Decepción. Que decepción. Jarvís, who was injured for most of the season, of course, will probably be seeking a move out now.

---FFL                      Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Mâ Âlâmëómë 38 20 13 5 97 68 +29 73 Champions
2 Dí Maozöxê 38 20 11 7 83 60 +23 71 Champions' Cup
3 La Nueva Avenida 38 18 12 8 92 72 +20 66 Globe Cup
4 Avenida Victoria 38 19 8 11 84 70 +14 65 Globe Cup
5 Dor Frío 38 18 11 9 83 72 +11 65 Globe Cup
6 Flying Jellyfish 38 17 11 10 90 76 +14 62
7 Fryi Frêndê 38 16 12 10 93 70 +23 60
8 Avenida Principal 38 18 6 14 81 73 +8 60
9 Avenida Leal 38 15 12 11 88 83 +5 57
10 Geyinstanles United 38 15 8 15 89 93 −4 53
11 Flamagua 38 12 13 13 79 80 −1 49
12 Ferdullaele 38 11 15 12 88 91 −3 48
13 Feardallis' Wanderers 38 13 9 16 65 72 −7 48
14 Deportí Agaumi 38 11 14 13 85 77 +8 47
15 Green Ruland 38 12 10 16 66 74 −8 46
16 Friguista Farfa 38 11 7 20 75 99 −24 40
17 Fragardallians 38 8 12 18 73 83 −10 36
18 FOMT 38 8 10 20 62 94 −32 34
19 Rivijera 38 7 12 19 61 83 −22 33
20 Avenida Decepción 38 5 6 27 54 98 −44 21


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No clubs that were in the FFL2 last season were promoted this season. René Skaé Colonels and Gran Faro 70 managed two promotions in a row (or maybe three, but the records of the FAL are sketchy). Madorre de Fuego, meanwhile, had been relegated last season. Uhmm... that's all that's been remotely interesting about this league this season.


---FFL2                     Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 René Skaé Colonels 38 21 11 6 95 63 +32 74 Champions
2 Gran Faro 70 38 20 9 9 87 71 +16 69 Promoted
3 Madorre de Fuego 38 19 9 10 92 70 +22 66 Promoted
4 Llefraga 38 19 7 12 89 80 +9 64
5 Avenida Natal 38 18 10 10 83 76 +7 64
6 Libertarian Ferdullaele 38 16 14 8 84 66 +18 62
7 Koloko 38 18 6 14 102 87 +15 60
8 Frion Libertas 38 17 9 12 87 77 +10 60
9 Tifón de la Costa 38 17 9 12 97 88 +9 60
10 Sent 01 38 16 8 14 96 90 +6 56
11 Tympú 38 14 11 13 77 72 +5 53
12 Mein Dief Honsson 38 14 6 18 92 98 −6 48
13 Dus Poté 38 13 8 17 90 87 +3 47 Relegated (FNL)
14 Avenida de la Cruz 38 12 8 18 73 86 −13 44
15 Dos Pontes 38 10 14 14 62 75 −13 44 Relegated (FNL)
16 Punta Del Torde 38 10 13 15 80 88 −8 43
17 Torrhe Del Viento 38 10 11 17 77 91 −14 41 Relegated (FTL)
18 Foraé 38 10 9 19 78 99 −21 39 Relegated (FTL)
19 Errekochoa Supernovas 38 9 11 18 73 87 −14 38 Relegated (FTL)
20 Desert Titans 38 2 7 29 40 103 −63 13 Relegated (FNL)


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Nothing to see here.


---FNL                         Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Fragrafagadanialles 38 17 9 12 104 95 +9 60 Champions
2 Mintan Mollomote 38 17 8 13 87 75 +12 59 Promoted
3 Guja Guti Milllaro Fita 38 17 8 13 99 88 +11 59 Promoted
4 Primera, Segunda y Tercera 38 17 8 13 90 80 +10 59
5 Outsiders 38 16 11 11 89 83 +6 59
6 Feardallis' Unidos 38 16 10 12 78 78 0 58
7 1.FC Ledved Mountain Oxen 38 14 15 9 85 75 +10 57
8 Lasupi 38 15 11 12 88 78 +10 56
9 Tu Ti 38 14 14 10 77 73 +4 56
10 Ondeta 38 14 10 14 81 90 −9 52
11 Ferdullaele Unidos 38 13 12 13 81 78 +3 51
12 Gre Gran Chacó 38 14 9 15 87 87 0 51
13 Ande 38 14 9 15 86 89 −3 51
14 Duyrmyta Fau 38 12 12 14 80 84 −4 48
15 Semota dal Fesé 38 12 12 14 83 89 −6 48
16 Jonder Trains 38 14 6 18 79 87 −8 48
17 Gorfalle Town 38 11 13 14 77 81 −4 46
18 Ñandfe 38 10 16 12 71 79 −8 46
19 Daorho Moro 38 11 7 20 81 92 −11 40
20 Ausharmuj Marusi 38 8 8 22 75 97 −22 32 Relegated


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Or here.


---FTL                        Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Avenida Azulada 38 17 11 10 85 72 +13 62 Champions
2 Fortín de Puerto Farolero 38 16 13 9 85 73 +12 61 Promoted
3 Prostran I Forzuda 38 17 9 12 82 80 +2 60 Promoted
4 Silver and Gold 38 15 11 12 79 71 +8 56
5 Club de Fútbol Raynor 38 15 10 13 88 79 +9 55
6 DÖÂÉZ 38 15 9 14 96 82 +14 54
7 Induja Flamefoxes 38 13 15 10 92 82 +10 54
8 Montesol Grande 38 15 9 14 78 79 −1 54
9 Club de Fútbol Yuba 38 16 6 16 78 84 −6 54
10 Karuvis Milajonovic 38 14 10 14 94 93 +1 52
11 Rülândéá Côstä 38 12 16 10 79 81 −2 52
12 Shotomalpa Drops 38 12 15 11 80 73 +7 51
13 Žestoka 38 15 5 18 94 92 +2 50
14 Shotomalpa Falla 38 13 11 14 86 92 −6 50
15 Shotomalpa Blues 38 12 14 12 76 82 −6 50
16 Darfallá Greens 38 12 10 16 76 84 −8 46
17 Upaléi Guerrheres 38 11 10 17 76 86 −10 43
18 Setenta y Siete Abejas 38 11 10 17 76 88 −12 43
19 Dô Fäéýkô 38 9 15 14 79 88 −9 42
20 Upaléi Guerrherés 38 11 9 18 84 102 −18 42 Relegated







































































































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Fragrafagardanialles 2–2 Avenida Azulada

(2–4 AET)
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The Outlandish Lands of Farfadillis Ӿ Population: 29,814,000 ± 21,186,000
Capital: Ferdullaele Ӿ Demonym: Farf, plural Farves (Yes, really)
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Season 15


---Team                   Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Mâ Âlâmëómë 38 30 4 4 103 63 +40 94 Champions' Cup
2 Avenida Victoria 38 22 9 7 102 67 +35 75 Champions' Cup
3 Avenida Principal 38 19 10 9 83 64 +19 67 Champions' Cup
4 La Nueva Avenida 38 20 5 13 89 72 +17 65 Globe Cup
5 Dí Maozöxê 38 19 8 11 75 61 +14 65 Globe Cup
6 Fryi Frêndê 38 18 9 11 99 87 +12 63 Globe Cup
7 Dor Frío 38 17 10 11 86 66 +20 61
8 Avenida Leal 38 17 6 15 85 75 +10 57
9 Geyinstanles United 38 16 8 14 83 83 0 56
10 Flying Jellyfish 38 16 7 15 81 79 +2 55
11 Flamagua 38 15 8 15 77 78 −1 53
12 Gran Faro 70 38 13 7 18 97 97 0 46
13 René Skae Colonels 38 13 7 18 76 93 −17 46
14 Deportí Agaumi 38 13 5 20 85 102 −17 44
15 Madorre de Fuego 38 12 5 21 73 94 −21 41
16 Fragardallians 38 10 10 18 79 98 −19 40
17 Feardallis' Wanderers 38 11 5 22 72 89 −17 38
18 Ferdullaele 38 9 10 19 75 99 −24 37 Relegated
19 Green Ruland 38 9 8 21 76 99 −23 35 Relegated
20 Friguista Farfa 38 6 9 23 60 90 −30 27 Relegated

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---Team                       Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Sent 01 38 25 5 8 93 65 +28 80 Champions
2 Tifón de la Costa 38 20 12 6 107 78 +29 72 Promoted
3 Libertarian Ferdullaele 38 20 9 9 96 65 +31 69 Promoted
4 Avenida de la Cruz 38 17 10 11 80 71 +9 61
5 Mein Dief Honsson 38 18 7 13 82 76 +6 61
6 Prostran I Forzuda 38 17 9 12 87 70 +17 60
7 Koloko 38 18 6 14 92 76 +16 60
8 Tympú 38 17 5 16 91 87 +4 56
9 Rivijera 38 16 7 15 74 76 −2 55
10 Frion Libertas 38 15 7 16 80 78 +2 52
11 Fragrafagaradanialles 38 15 6 17 85 94 −9 51
12 Guja Guti Milllaro Fita 38 14 7 17 83 91 −8 49
13 Llefraga 38 12 12 14 85 89 −4 48 Relegated (FNL)
14 Fortín de Puerto Farolero 38 13 9 16 81 90 −9 48
15 Avenida Azulada 38 14 5 19 69 80 −11 47
16 FOMT 38 12 10 16 62 78 −16 46 Relegated (FNL)
17 Avenida Natal 38 11 10 17 83 93 −10 43 Relegated (FTL)
18 Punta Del Torde 38 10 11 17 82 89 −7 41 Relegated (FTL)
19 Mintan Mollomote 38 9 12 17 71 85 −14 39 Relegated (FNL)
20 Avenida Decepción 38 4 7 27 55 107 −52 19 Relegated (FTL)

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---Team                        Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Gorfalle Town 38 19 11 8 96 71 +25 68 Champions
2 1.FC Ledved Mountain Oxen 38 18 10 10 93 83 +10 64 Promoted
3 Ondeta 38 18 9 11 91 83 +8 63 Promoted
4 Isky Novara 38 17 10 11 91 90 +1 61
5 Duyrmyta Fau 38 16 10 12 83 72 +11 58
6 Lasupi 38 16 8 14 87 81 +6 56
7 Dus Poté 38 14 11 13 79 82 −3 53
8 Ñandfe 38 14 10 14 81 76 +5 52
9 Daorho Moro 38 15 7 16 85 81 +4 52
10 Primera, Segunda y Tercera 38 15 7 16 92 95 −3 52
11 Outsiders 38 15 7 16 80 88 −8 52
12 Ande 38 15 6 17 87 84 +3 51
13 Tu Ti 38 12 13 13 79 78 +1 49
14 Ferdullaele Unidos 38 12 13 13 88 92 −4 49
15 Desert Titans 38 12 11 15 68 69 −1 47
16 Gre Gran Chacó 38 11 12 15 75 80 −5 45
17 Feardallis' Unidos 38 13 6 19 78 92 −14 45
18 Jonder Trains 38 11 11 16 96 106 −10 44
19 Semota dal Fesé 38 11 9 18 74 91 −17 42
20 Dos Pontes 38 9 13 16 77 86 −9 40 Relegated

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---Team                    Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Ravasha 38 27 6 5 112 55 +57 87 Champions
2 Karuvis Milajonovic 38 19 12 7 97 83 +14 69 Promoted
3 Errekochoa Supernovas 38 18 11 9 104 86 +18 65 Promoted
4 Setenta y Siete Abejas 38 18 10 10 87 82 +5 64
5 Torrhe del Viento 38 18 8 12 90 81 +9 62
6 Rülândéá Côstä 38 16 12 10 94 82 +12 60
7 Dô Fäéýkô 38 17 9 12 85 78 +7 60
8 Žestoka 38 14 13 11 85 80 +5 55
9 Montesol Grande 38 15 8 15 90 100 −10 53
10 Shotomalpa Falla 38 14 7 17 80 82 −2 49
11 DÖÂÉZ 38 11 15 12 102 107 −5 48
12 Shotomalpa Blues 38 13 8 17 85 92 −7 47
13 Induja Flamefoxes 38 13 8 17 78 85 −7 47
14 Club de Fútbol Raynor 38 10 14 14 78 79 −1 44
15 Shotomalpa Drops 38 12 8 18 79 87 −8 44
16 Argonna Diguarâ 38 12 6 20 78 90 −12 42
17 Silver and Gold 38 10 11 17 72 85 −13 41
18 Club de Fútbol Yuba 38 11 7 20 78 99 −21 40
19 Foraé 38 7 13 18 81 102 −21 34
20 Darfallá Greens 38 7 10 21 67 87 −20 31 Relegated


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Ravasha 2–0 Gorfalle Town
Last edited by Farfadillis on Wed Oct 01, 2014 4:51 pm, edited 2 times in total.
The Outlandish Lands of Farfadillis Ӿ Population: 29,814,000 ± 21,186,000
Capital: Ferdullaele Ӿ Demonym: Farf, plural Farves (Yes, really)
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Champions: AOCAF Cups 43, 48 and 57
Hosts: AOCAF Cup 38, Baptisms of Fire 54 and 68
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Season 16


---Team                     Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Mâ Âlâmëómë 38 24 10 4 92 58 +34 82 Champions
2 Avenida Principal 38 21 7 10 87 71 +16 70 Champions' Cup
3 Flamagua 38 20 7 11 96 81 +15 67 Globe Cup
4 Fryi Frêndê 38 20 6 12 87 69 +18 66 Globe Cup
5 Avenida Leal 38 19 9 10 92 79 +13 66 Globe Cup
6 Avenida Victoria 38 18 10 10 83 62 +21 64
7 Dí Maozöxê 38 19 7 12 87 79 +8 64
8 Geyinstanles United 38 19 6 13 78 65 +13 63
9 Dor Frío 38 18 7 13 85 69 +16 61
10 La Nueva Avenida 38 17 10 11 82 69 +13 61
11 Flying Jellyfish 38 14 10 14 79 79 0 52
12 René Skae Colonels 38 12 11 15 68 77 −9 47
13 Tifón De La Costa 38 13 7 18 72 87 −15 46
14 Gran Faro 70 38 11 11 16 77 83 −6 44
15 Deportí Agaumi 38 11 11 16 77 84 −7 44
16 Fragardallians 38 10 8 20 71 81 −10 38
17 Sent 01 38 9 10 19 69 90 −21 37
18 Feardallis' Wanderers 38 8 11 19 56 76 −20 35 Relegated
19 Libertarian Ferdullaele 38 5 10 23 57 93 −36 25 Relegated
20 Madorre de Fuego 38 5 6 27 65 108 −43 21 Relegated

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---Team                       Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Green Ruland 38 24 8 6 104 67 +37 80 Champions
2 Prostran I Forzuda 38 20 10 8 105 78 +27 70 Promoted
3 Tympú 38 19 7 12 99 77 +22 64 Promoted
4 Ravasha 38 16 12 10 80 71 +9 60
5 Frion Libertas 38 16 10 12 83 74 +9 58
6 Mein Dief Honsson 38 16 8 14 83 73 +10 56
7 Fragrafagaradanialles 38 16 7 15 82 85 −3 55
8 1.FC Ledved Mountain Oxen 38 16 7 15 67 74 −7 55
9 Errekochoa Supernovas 38 14 11 13 85 83 +2 53
10 Gorfalle Town 38 13 14 11 93 92 +1 53
11 Avenida de la Cruz 38 15 7 16 79 83 −4 52
12 Koloko 38 14 9 15 74 79 −5 51
13 Friguista Farfa 38 13 11 14 72 70 +2 50
14 Ferdullaele 38 15 5 18 81 88 −7 50
15 Guja Guti Milllaro Fita 38 12 11 15 84 92 −8 47 Relegated (FNL)
16 Ondeta 38 13 7 18 68 78 −10 46 Relegated (FNL)
17 Avenida Azulada 38 14 4 20 72 94 −22 46 Relegated (FTL)
18 Fortín de Puerto Farolero 38 11 11 16 77 80 −3 44 Relegated (FTL)
19 Rivijera 38 7 10 21 71 98 −27 31 Relegated (FTL)
20 Karuvis Milajonovic 38 7 9 22 66 89 −23 30 Relegated (FNL)

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---Team                        Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Duyrmyta Fau 38 24 5 9 94 73 +21 77 Champions
2 Ñandfe 38 16 15 7 97 77 +20 63 Promoted
3 Outsiders 38 16 10 12 86 86 0 58 Promoted
4 Daorho Moro 38 15 11 12 89 87 +2 56
5 Llefraga 38 15 11 12 85 85 0 56
6 Feardallis' Unidos 38 17 5 16 87 93 −6 56
7 Tu Ti 38 16 7 15 84 82 +2 55
8 Ferdullaele Unidos 38 15 9 14 88 75 +13 54
9 Desert Titans 38 14 11 13 82 81 +1 53
10 Dus Poté 38 13 13 12 71 70 +1 52
11 Lasupi 38 14 9 15 81 84 −3 51
12 Mintan Mollomote 38 12 14 12 76 75 +1 50
13 Jonder Trains 38 14 7 17 78 74 +4 49
14 FOMT 38 14 7 17 87 92 −5 49
15 Ande 38 11 14 13 80 81 −1 47
16 Suburban Farfadillis 38 12 11 15 77 82 −5 47
17 Gre Gran Chacó 38 11 13 14 76 87 −11 46
18 Primera, Segunda y Tercera 38 13 6 19 85 93 −8 45
19 Isky Novara 38 11 9 18 75 83 −8 42
20 Semota dal Fesé 38 7 13 18 62 80 −18 34 Relegated

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---Team                    Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Dô Fäéýkô 38 20 6 12 92 79 +13 66 Champions
2 Punta Del Torde 38 18 8 12 99 90 +9 62 Promoted
3 DÖÂÉZ 38 16 12 10 85 74 +11 60 Promoted
4 Shotomalpa Drops 38 19 3 16 90 93 −3 60
5 Foraé 38 15 14 9 86 77 +9 59
6 Žestoka 38 18 5 15 84 82 +2 59
7 Montesol Grande 38 16 10 12 84 69 +15 58
8 Club de Fútbol Raynor 38 16 9 13 89 93 −4 57
9 Torrhe del Viento 38 13 12 13 83 73 +10 51
10 Shotomalpa Blues 38 14 9 15 86 83 +3 51
11 Avenida Decepción 38 13 11 14 76 79 −3 50
12 Club de Fútbol Yuba 38 12 13 13 76 77 −1 49
13 Setenta y Siete Abejas 38 12 11 15 85 92 −7 47
14 Silver and Gold 38 12 11 15 69 78 −9 47
15 Vetar Trg 38 11 13 14 61 62 −1 46
16 Shotomalpa Falla 38 13 7 18 86 92 −6 46
17 Argonna Diguarâ 38 12 10 16 80 87 −7 46
18 Avenida Natal 38 12 9 17 77 88 −11 45
19 Rülândéá Côstä 38 11 11 16 69 79 −10 44
20 Induja Flamefoxes 38 9 12 17 85 95 −10 39 Relegated


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Farf Torde-Norde Coupé

Dô Fäéýkô 4–3 Duyrmyta Fau
Last edited by Farfadillis on Sun Dec 21, 2014 1:27 pm, edited 2 times in total.
The Outlandish Lands of Farfadillis Ӿ Population: 29,814,000 ± 21,186,000
Capital: Ferdullaele Ӿ Demonym: Farf, plural Farves (Yes, really)
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Hosts: AOCAF Cup 38, Baptisms of Fire 54 and 68
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Season 17


---Team                   Pld   W   D   L    GF   GA   GD    Pts 
1 Mâ Âlâmëómë 38 22 10 6 108 77 +31 76 Champions
2 Avenida Principal 38 19 10 9 94 65 +29 67 Champions' Cup
3 Flamagua 38 21 4 13 95 78 +17 67 Globe Cup
4 Fryi Frêndê 38 19 9 10 103 79 +24 66 Globe Cup
5 Avenida Leal 38 20 6 12 95 77 +18 66 Globe Cup
6 Avenida Victoria 38 16 11 11 88 78 +10 59
7 Tympú 38 16 8 14 93 97 −4 56
8 La Nueva Avenida 38 15 9 14 83 75 +8 54
9 Dí Maozöxê 38 15 9 14 75 70 +5 54
10 Deportí Agaumi 38 15 9 14 78 78 0 54
11 Gran Faro 70 38 15 9 14 70 77 −7 54
12 Flying Jellyfish 38 14 9 15 87 89 −2 51
13 Prostran I Forzuda 38 15 5 18 85 90 −5 50
14 Dor Frío 38 14 7 17 77 75 +2 49
15 René Skae Colonels 38 13 9 16 82 87 −5 48
16 Geyinstanles United 38 11 14 13 82 90 −8 47
17 Fragardallians 38 11 8 19 67 92 −25 41
18 Sent 01 38 9 8 21 61 88 −27 35 Relegated
19 Green Ruland 38 8 8 22 74 100 −26 32 Relegated
20 Tifón De La Costa 38 6 10 22 68 103 −35 28 Relegated

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---                            Pld   W   D   L    GF   GA   GD    Pts 
1 Madorre de Fuego 38 21 8 9 96 78 +18 71 Champions
2 Ravasha 38 18 12 8 91 72 +19 66 Promoted
3 Libertarian Ferdullaele 38 18 7 13 101 91 +10 61 Promoted
4 Ferdullaele 38 17 10 11 94 87 +7 61
5 1.FC Ledved Mountain Oxen 38 16 9 13 84 77 +7 57
6 Duyrmyta Fau 38 16 7 15 97 87 +10 55
7 Mein Dief Honsson 38 15 9 14 82 74 +8 54
8 Ñandfe 38 14 12 12 90 83 +7 54
9 Feardallis' Wanderers 38 14 11 13 88 85 +3 53
10 Dô Fäéýkô 38 13 13 12 89 87 +2 52
11 DÖÂÉZ 38 14 10 14 74 79 −5 52
12 Friguista Farfa 38 12 12 14 73 82 −9 48
13 Outsiders 38 12 11 15 76 83 −7 47
14 Avenida de la Cruz 38 13 8 17 70 77 −7 47 Relegated (FTL)
15 Koloko 38 11 13 14 81 86 −5 46
16 Frion Libertas 38 11 11 16 82 96 −14 44 Relegated (FNL)
17 Punta del Torde 38 11 10 17 74 85 −11 43 Relegated (FTL)
18 Fragrafagaradanialles 38 11 10 17 75 89 −14 43 Relegated (FNL)
19 Gorfalle Town 38 11 9 18 74 76 −2 42 Relagated (FNL)
20 Errekochoa Supernovas 38 10 12 16 75 92 −17 42 Relegated (FTL)

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---                             Pld   W   D   L    GF   GA   GD    Pts 
1 Tu Ti 38 19 8 11 99 80 +19 65
2 Isky Novara 38 19 5 14 89 81 +8 62
3 Daorho Moro 38 19 5 14 69 65 +4 62
4 FOMT 38 17 9 12 85 78 +7 60
5 Desert Titans 38 17 7 14 76 75 +1 58
6 Lasupi 38 16 8 14 83 78 +5 56
7 Ondeta 38 15 10 13 88 77 +11 55
8 Suburban Farfadillis 38 15 10 13 82 78 +4 55
9 Ferdullaele Unidos 38 16 6 16 101 92 +9 54
10 Jonder Trains 38 15 9 14 81 87 −6 54
11 Primera, Segunda y Tercera 38 14 11 13 72 77 −5 53
12 Dus Poté 38 15 7 16 66 71 −5 52
13 Ande 38 13 12 13 84 80 +4 51
14 Guja Guti Milllaro Fita 38 12 13 13 88 92 −4 49
15 Feardallis' Unidos 38 14 7 17 85 91 −6 49
16 Gre Gran Chacó 38 12 10 16 74 78 −4 46
17 Llefraga 38 14 4 20 74 80 −6 46
18 Araujana Dimaraurrhé 38 12 10 16 71 80 −9 46
19 Karuvis Milajonovic 38 12 9 17 76 85 −9 45
20 Mintan Mollomote 38 8 12 18 61 79 −18 36

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---                            Pld   W   D   L    GF   GA   GD    Pts 
1 Rivijera 38 33 3 2 107 33 +74 102
2 Shotomalpa Blues 38 20 9 9 84 67 +17 69
3 Avenida Azulada 38 20 8 10 82 63 +19 68
4 Club de Fútbol Yuba 38 16 12 10 94 88 +6 60
5 Montesol Grande 38 15 14 9 84 78 +6 59
6 Avenida Decepción 38 16 10 12 98 84 +14 58
7 Fortín de Puerto Farolero 38 14 12 12 76 81 −5 54
8 Žestoka 38 13 12 13 76 72 +4 51
9 Shotomalpa Falla 38 14 9 15 79 84 −5 51
10 Torrhe del Viento 38 13 11 14 94 95 −1 50
11 Foraé 38 11 13 14 79 89 −10 46
12 Club de Fútbol Raynor 38 11 12 15 74 77 −3 45
13 Upaléi Guerrheres 38 11 11 16 74 86 −12 44
14 Silver and Gold 38 12 7 19 87 103 −16 43
15 Rülândéá Côstä 38 11 9 18 87 105 −18 42
16 Avenida Natal 38 10 11 17 78 94 −16 41
17 Setenta y Siete Abejas 38 11 8 19 77 96 −19 41
18 Shotomalpa Drops 38 10 10 18 64 78 −14 40
19 Argonna Diguarâ 38 10 9 19 77 84 −7 39
20 Vetar Trg 38 10 8 20 62 76 −14 38


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Rivijera 7–0 Tu Ti
The Outlandish Lands of Farfadillis Ӿ Population: 29,814,000 ± 21,186,000
Capital: Ferdullaele Ӿ Demonym: Farf, plural Farves (Yes, really)
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Champions: AOCAF Cups 43, 48 and 57
Hosts: AOCAF Cup 38, Baptisms of Fire 54 and 68
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Mâ Âlâmëómë

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Manager:   Image Tíbürçíö Çótâvié
Assistant: Image Fjóla Agger

Prediction: Champions
Season 17: Champions
Titles: FFL (7, 9, 14, 15, 16 and 17)
AOCL (16)

GK: Image Rôhj Tzâín
LB: Image Drê Röènôùjýâ
CB: Image Solomon Etezadi
RB: Image Kühâx
CM: Image Jack Hawke
CM: Image Johan Tijgers Landhuis
AL: Image Risko Kâí-------------------------
OM: Image Svenbjorn Einarsson (C)
AR: Image Kaj Aurora
ST: Image Çis Dragãozý
ST: Image Kris Campbell

Tzâín


Kühâx Etezadi Röènôùjýâ



Tijgers Hawke



Aurora Einarsson Kâí



Campbell Dragãozý


Overview
Mâ Âlâmëómë are last season's champions... for the third time in a row. The team is the best in the league in terms of quality, with a big number of international players: Tzâín, Röènôùjýâ, Etezadi, Kühâx, Tijgers, Aurora, Einarsson (formerly), Kâí and Dragõzý. With only Hawke and Campbell uncapped, and all of the players boasting WC experience (one of them WC-winning experience), it isn't hard to see how they've been doing so well the last few seasons. Expect them to terrorize opposing defenses with their excessive box-swarming, incisive passing and insane pace.

Strengths
Without a shadow of a doubt, Mâ Âlâmëómë's versatile offense is their greatest asset. They're proficient in all offensive areas, and consequentially can adapt to the opponent. That said, Risko Kâí and Kaj Aurora have been particularly dangerous when going down the flank and crossing the last few seasons, mainly thanks to Dragãozý being such a great target man with his ruthlessness, above-average height and great heading.

Weaknesses
Mâ Âlâmëómë's defense used to be a much bigger problem until Etezadi came around. However, it's true that they still have problems to solve. The problem is that they usually stem from Röènôùjýâ and Kühâx irresponsibly joining the attack. Teams who really want to beat Mâ Âlâmëómë will want to make the most out of this weakness, effectively turning the game into a goal fest half the time. Another weakness many people have been quick to point out is the inexperience of both central midfielders: Jack Hawke was great for Avenida Leal, but he's untested both at an international level and at a Mâ Âlâmëómë level, while Johan Tijgers is very, very young. Also, Einarsson's starting to age and it's easy to notice. Other less important weaknesses include Aurora's termperament and burning hate for 'cheating' (hardly a convenient combination), Dragãozý's tendency to elbow people and Röènôùjýâ's occasionally extremely violent tackles. As good as Mâ Âlâmëómë may be, they're among the worst of the league when playing with ten men (though, technically speaking, they do every time Aurora starts).

Key Player: Risko Kâí
Now in his prime, the Rulandese attacking midfielder is simply unstoppable in a league like the FFL, which he can exploit a lot more easily than other leagues thanks to his attributes. His pace almost unmatched and his dribbling unstoppable, Risko is one of the most feared players in the entire system and rightfully so. Admittedly, Risko is not as key a player to Mâ Âlâmëómë as other key players are to their teams. After all, with presences like Etezadi's, Aurora's and Tzâín's...

Young Prospect: Fôrté Wínrôuge
It's no secret that Mâ Âlâmëómë's youth system is wonderful. Wínrôuge, as a product of said youth system, is therefore unsurprisingly one of the best young players in the league. At the age of seventeen, Gonzalo Mordáz (DBC manager for Farfadillis) has already started heavily scouting him. He's got a knack for entering for dribbling his way into the box and scoring, reminding many of Ichi Tuzzio's early days. Easily one of the hottest Farf prospects nowadays. We're not including Johan Tijgers here cause he's already a starter and doesn't need someone pointing him out to get attention.
Avenida Principal

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Manager:   Image Alexander Mirasol
Assistant: Image Ernesto Ibáñez

Prediction: 2nd
Season 17: 2nd
Titles: FFL (6, 12)
AOCL (13)
FFL2 (4)
GK: Image Luke Charmander
LB: Image Karl Varsteeg
CB: Image Tobías Cervántez
RB: Image Adán Báez
DM: Image Ferdinand Gottlieb------
LM: Image Kaé Dandofogué
CM: Image André Reneré
RM: Image Fer von Heim
OM: Image Abuda (C)
ST: Image Elexhé Nofzaleiné
ST: Image Terry Hyme

Charmander


Báez Cervántez Varsteeg


Gottlieb


von Heim Reneré Dandofogué


Abuda


Hyme Nofzaleiné


Overview
Avenida Principal have been the second most formidable team in the FFL lately. Indeed, they've been playing well enough to deserve a title, but the squad has so far been unlucky enough to coexist with the best Mâ Âlâmëómë squad in history, and most likely the best squad in this league's history. Avenida Principal plays a slightly more balanced game, but they're still very attacking for most countries. They've brought von Heim in from Fryi Frêndê, after using a bit of the money gotten out of a few decent UICA performances.

Strengths
Avenida Principal have the virtue of being at least a bit balanced. They've got top quality players in the defense - like Varsteeg, Charmander and World Cup runner-up Gottlieb - something most clubs can't afford (to care about). Also, Cervántez, let's not forget, partook in a Di Bradini Cup once. Their midfield, while not as top-tier as Mâ Âlâmëómë's or La Nueva Avenida's, is very interesting. von Heim and Reneré are both renowned players in the league, and Dandofogué, despite being inconsistent, can tear apart defenses at his whim on a good day. Abuda, despite not being who he used to be, is still one of those players Farf sides actually try to moderately control. The striker partnership features Yttribian international Terry Hyme. What's more, Elexhé Nofzaleiné, the other striker, is considered one of the most interesting Farf youngsters of the generation. So, no line is astonishingly remarkable, but they're solid everywhere and that gives them a solid advantage.

Weaknesses
The Knights' biggest strength can at time be a weakness. With Abuda no longer in his prime, they lack a player who can get them points when things are just not working out. They've not got a Kâí, a Cloudchaser, an Aurora or an Einarsson. They can only cross their fingers and hope Abuda returns to his former self, or Terry Hyme pulls a goal out of nowhere, completely unassisted. It should also be noted that Báez and Nofzaleiné are young and inexperienced, and that could cost them a few points in the long run.

Key Player: Ferdinand Gottlieb
World Cup runner-up, starter for Felix, though now a bit old, Gottlieb has been instrumental to Avenida Principal's recent success. His ability to cover defensive holes is a rare treasure in the Farf league, and his playmaking, though second to Abuda's, usually catches people off-guard. The Felixian sure deserves a title by now.

Young Prospect: Elexhé Nofzaleiné
At the age of twenty, Nofzaleiné's rise to the starting eleven has been blitzing. Though never called up for a Di Bradini squad, or indeed never considered by the manager, he was always an average striker for the Knights' U-19 squad. However, after a few goals and consequently a confidence boost, he's flying. Flying enough to have earned a spot in the starting eleven and enough media hype to be heralded Fuego's future partner in the Farf national team, no less.
Avenida Leal

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Manager:   Image Mariano Saralegui
Assistant: Image Jorge Silva

Prediction: 3rd
Season 17: 5th
Titles: FFL2 (9)


GK: Image Euforio Cristóbal
LB: Image Serafino Ferrhe
CB: Image Emiliano González
RB: Image Krysia Bailey
LM: Image Dieje Cauraná
CM: Image Itxaso Zuazubiskar
CM: Image Ruy Monrazón
CM: Image Ostadar Arambilet (C)---
RM: Image Björg Spiro
ST: Image Curtcu Fuego
ST: Image Michael Richtie

Cristóbal


Bailey González Ferrhe





Arambilet Monrazón Zuazubiskar

Spiro Cauraná



Richtie Fuego


Overview
Avenida Leal have cemented themselves as one of the best top flight teams after a few seasons economic instability. Having managed to get exceptional players for the cheapest of possible prices was the key. Horacio Cornelio, Ostadar Arambilet, Itxaso Zuazubiskar, Krysia Bailey, all of them top quality for the league. Now they've got a youth academy many say could challenge Dí Maozöxê's, and maybe even La Nueva Avenida's and Mâ Âlâmëómë's. They may have sold Horacio Cornelio, their best striker, to La Nueva Avenida, but they've compensated by bringing in untested Calanian Curtcu Fuego (the decision to sign him was based solely on the assumption that he'd be similar to the Farf players with Fuego for a surname in the league). If their recent signings are anything to go by, he won't disappoint. The Loyals' fans will expect nothing less than Champions' Cup football next season. With how competitive the league has gotten, that might be asking for too much, but they wouldn't surprise anyone with a top two finish, certainly.

Strengths
Avenida Leal's midfield is just quality. Three capped players in the centre and two better-than-above-average players on the side. Arambilet is still the fearsome player that's led the team all the way to where they are now, and Zuazubiskar's easily in the top fifteen players of the league. Funnily enough, the two of them are originally Astograthian. However, Itxaso never really got a chance for the Astograthian team and Arambilet had to find a new nation after his home went full Corvidae. Monrazón, the very first "big product" of the developing youth academy mentioned, is labeled Mêndêlöíndçêl's heir, that speaks for itself. He's a bit below his two centre midfield mates, but he's substantially younger. No team will have an easy time against Avenida Leal's midfield, that's for sure.

Weaknesses
The Loyals' defense leaves something to be desired when compared to their aspirations. Sure, they're ok, but they're not exactly title-winning ok. Cristóbal's already very old even for a goalkeeper, Ferrhe's even slower than usual with his thirty-six years and González has never been good to begin with. Bailey's their saving grace, but she can't compensate for the other three and every Loyal will know that.

Key Player: Ostadar Arambilet
Ostadar's been one of the league's best players for some years now. The Astograthian-born midfielder's vicious long-range efforts are feared far and wide. Great playmaking and tackling make him a very complete midfielder, and one any Farf team would die to have. Now with two fantastic players alongside him, he'll get less focused by the opposing 'defense', which can only make him shine even more.

Young Prospect: Ruy Monrazón
As said, Ruy Monrazón is the first big product of the Loyals' evergrowing youth academy. After receiving considerable funding, it isn't exactly a surprise they've managed to produce such a fine player. Monrazón's an extremely complete midfielder. He's very good both defensively and offensively, and his talent is pretty much boundless. He's already broken though the first squad and the national team (though not the national team's first squad). Sure, it's not that hard in Farfadillis, but it still says quite a lot.
Dí Maozöxê

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Manager:   Image Lütò Nônônô
Assistant: Image Jádson Curitiba

Prediction: 4th
Season 17: 9th
Titles: FFL2 (10)
FTL (6)

GK: Image Xarvý Lôndôn
LB: Image Brááham Îfrahim
CB: Image Jâv Môllýerí
RB: Image Durýado Bârgan
LM: Image Alexis Arrendé
CM: Image Scott Fletcher--------
CM: Image Lüzân Dâ Mírnév
CM: Image Joan Fer Nonhagatte
RM: Image Ríc Dâí
ST: Image Nicolás Jarvis
ST: Image Jacob Pratt (C)

Lôndôn


Bârgan Môllýerí Îfrahim





Nonhagatte Dâ Mírnév Fletcher

Dâí Arrendé



Pratt Jarvis


Overview
Not long ago, Dí Maozôxë was a team absolutely unheard of. However, some years, a bit of Farf madness, and a healthy amount of luck have turned Dí Maozöxê into another team challenging for the title. Boasting one of the best youth set-ups in the country, they mostly use their 'leftovers' to challenge for the title. That means, while players like Mâás Fôx, Rübéãn Tôr and Ivaktör Bârr leave for other, better leagues and later on cement themselves as national team starters, the other, less talented players they produce cement themselves as starters and challenge for the title. They may not be world class, but they're great by this league's standards and their chemistry is absolutely unmatched. It is no surprise, therefore, that they have stayed relevant in the top flight for so long. They are expected to stay this way for some time, though their future success will very heavily rely on how many good players their academy can produce. If they held onto some of their biggest prospects, maybe they'd be able to finally snatch the title away from the biggest two.

Strengths
As mentioned, team chemistry is by far their biggest strength. Most players have been playing with each other for more than five years. Yes, they may not have many big talents, but they understand each other so well that it has barely hindered them. Another of their biggest strengths is their swift counterattacking. Dí Maozöxê's the only Farf team comfortable sitting back and punishing the opponent for carelessness. They do not play defensively, but they do play mostly on the counter. Leaving possession to the opponent is a bit of a gamble, but when you've got one of the best defenses of the league and the deadliest counterattacks, it's not hard to see why they do it.

Weaknesses
None, or at least very few, of Dí Maozöxê's players are born winners. They're not as strong mentally as the players of better teams. They're also not absurdly talented individually. Pratt's very old nowadays, which leaves only Fletcher as a decidedly talented player now that Fox is gone. The Farf players are just those that were above-average but never that good.

Key Player: Scott Fletcher
The Calanian is the most fearsome presence the Rulandese have to offer. Although his fellow Calanian Spencer Fox's move to La Nueva Avenida probably made his game step down a bit as he's not gonna have such an easy time getting assists anymore, he's one of those players the other teams would man-mark if they weren't Farf. Success may just come down to Fletcher's form.

Young Prospect: Lüzân Dâ Mírnév
We don't want to alarm Dí Maozöxê's fans, but the academy has failed to produce another Mâás Fôx for some time now. Lüzân Dâ Mírnév is a very good playmaker with an impressive workrate, and will probably start for the next Farf Di Bradini Cup team, but it's hard to see him tearing apart defenses like Fôx in his early Dí Maozöxê days, or reaching the national team (though he could become a substitute with some luck). Still, Dâ Mírnév looks like one of those players that will lead Dí Maozöxê for years to come.
La Nueva Avenida

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Manager:   Image Grant Pickton
Assistant: Image Kashmir Corbutt

Prediction: 5th
Season 17: 8th
Titles: FFL (5, 8, 10, 11 and 13)
AOCL (11 and 14)

GK: Image Sifé Rigutti
LB: Image Salomón Cayfú
CB: Image Thjorgias Pickton
RB: Image Candazo Sol
LM: Image Dmitri Plovnarov
CM: Image Cristobal Bustos
CM: Image Café
RM: Image Tor Hedegaard
OM: Image Cloudchaser (C)---------------
ST: Image Spencer Fox
ST: Image Horacio Cornelio

Rigutti


Sol Pickton Cayfú



Café Bustos

Hedegaard Plovnarov


Cloudchaser


Cornelio Fox


Overview
It's not a secret that La Nueva Avenida have been very bad by their standards the last few seasons. This has led to Thom Hoy being made to resign. Grant Pickton, Apoxian Farf legend (as in an Apoxian who became a legend in Farfadillis), who was his assistant has become the manager as a result. And yes, Thjorgias Pickton, the starting defender, is his son. La Nueva Avenida has definitely got one of the best squads in the league, but it's not been clicking as of late. If Pickton turns out to be a good manager and has a bit of luck, they could win the thing. If it goes the other way, they could find themselves in lower-mid table. This could be one of Grant's biggest tests in Farf football.

Strengths
La Nueva Avenida plays very good possession football and is great on the offensive. Their strikers are very efficient and Cloudchaser, the one who assists them, is one of the best players in the league. La Nueva Avenida's tendency to create many more chances than their opponents is one of their biggest assets. At the same time, they're particularly good at set pieces (the best team after Avenida Principal), and they've got the players to get them.

Weaknesses
As promising as Pickton may be, he's still inexperienced. However, La Nueva Avenida's weaknesses probably lie on the midfield. Hedegaard and Plovnarov are not that renowned, though they're definitely good, and Bustos is pretty old. Café and Cloudchaser are definitely not a weakness, though. Candazo Sol is a bit of a liability, however, as he's not very good defending, and he definitely does not make up for it with great attacking attributes.

Key Player: Cloudchaser
It's anyone's guess how Cloudchaser has not left La Nueva Avenida yet. After promises of glory, they've done pretty badly since she was signed, and she's not at fault. Cloudchaser will be key to any success to be had by the Novans with both her playmaking and goalscoring. With Cornelio recently signed, she'll have an easier time assisting the strikers.

Young Prospect: Thjorgias Pickton
The only true young prospect the Novans currently have is their starting defender. Pickton's got no need to make a name for himself, but he sure does have some pressure hanging over him. Having been recently called up for the Farf national team, as substitute of course, he's receiving a lot of hype lately.
Fryi Frêndê

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Manager:   Image Germán Manzanero
Assistant: Image Ernesto Rigorales

Prediction: 6th
Season 17: 4th
Titles: None


GK: Image Jvgak Jruosir
LB: Image Illi Setentriona
CB: Image Kaé Arquéan
RB: Image Ifarmé Ibrahim
DM: Image Basajaun Courtemanche (C)
LM: Image Aaliyah Rosa
CM: Image Drê Roys
RM: Image Frauxé Di Razambetti
OM: Image Tzukân Fîrá
ST: Image Vanessa Pfeiffauf
ST: Image Jakobo Tenzari

Jruosir


Ibrahim Arquéan Setentriona


Courtemanche


Di Razambetti Roys Rosa


Fîrá


Tenzari Pfeiffauf


Overview
Out of the original twenty teams of the FFL, Fryi Frêndê are the only ones who have managed to stay relevant after all these years. Their management is one of the best in the country. They're not particularly wealthy, but they always seem to be competing for UICA spots, sometimes the title. How, exactly, if their youth academy very rarely manages to produce good players? Well, they're smart at buying. They get the best players they can at the lowest price they can. This season, their team is almost entirely made of players who made a name for themselves in teams that got relegated. They're definitely not title-winning material, but they'll cause every team problems and do considerably well.

Strengths
Fryi Frêndê's a fairly balanced team. They've not got very big strengths or weaknesses. That said, their defense is probably their biggest asset, specially considering they've got Courtemanche, one of the best players of the league, in their hands. Everyone in the team is very consistent, too, without a doubt one of the biggest reasons Fryi Frêndê's done well the last couple of years.

Weaknesses
Jruosir is young, unproven and, as a result, inexperienced. It is a bit too early to tell, but Fryi Frêndê could have big problems if Jvgak doesn't turn out to be mentally strong. There's also the fact that, while undoubtedly the most experienced player in the squad, Setentriona's pace is laughable at such an old age.

Key Player: Basajaun Courtemanche
Di Bradini Cup champion and substitute for the Farf national team, Courtemanche's one of only two great players Fryi Frêndê's managed to produce in its history, the other being Agundí Frêndê, son of (we're guessing narcissistic) president and founder Fryi Frêndê. Basajaun's pace and workrate are insane and his defensive skills far above the average Farf's. He's also above-average with the ball on his feet by the league's standards. This is the man who will lead Fryi Frêndê for the next five years at the very least, if he so wishes.

Young Prospect: Aaliyah Rosa
Fryi Frêndê will be breaking a record this season by fielding two Farf women (as for foreign women footballers, Mâ Âlâmëómë's Anna Shrike and Kaj Aurora have got that covered) for the first time in the league's history: Vanessa Pfeiffauf and Aaliyah Rosa. Some, very few, may remember Aaliyah from an under-fifteen Farf squad. Aaliyah's got pace and technique, but she's at a disadvantage when it comes to strength and the aerial game, understandably. Still, though she may not be national team material, she's one very exciting youngster who could be tearing up the league if she reaches her full potential.
Flamagua

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Manager:   Image Agustín Tremendo
Assistant: Image Tristán Valija

Prediction: 7th
Season 17: 3rd
Titles: FFL2 (11)
FNL (10)

GK: Image Román Briones
LB: Image Raúl Pichardo
CB: Image Iván Carreón
RB: Image Xandro Valentía
LM: Image Alexio Pirulo
CM: Image Rodrigo Benítez
CM: Image Emilio Fuentes (C)
RM: Image Emanuel Linares
OM: Image Walter Rincón
ST: Image Ramiro Félez
ST: Image Carlos Abrigo----------

Briones


Valentía Carreón Pichardo



Fuentes Benítez

Linares Pirulo


Rincón


Abrigo Félez


Overview
Flamagua have managed to end third for two seasons in a row now, mostly thanks to having team chemistry similar to Dí Maozöxê's and more experienced players, as well as some interesting talents like Carlos Abrigo (not to mention some noteworthy luck). They've become a team that you can no longer write off. However, we are going to do exactly that, as the team's suffered a few retirements and they've got three untested players in the starting eleven (those would be Xandro Valentía, Rodrigo Benítez and Ramiro Félez).

Strengths
Flamagua's got very good team chemistry despite the couple of changes their line-up suffered. There's also the fact that their attack is awfully efficient; Abrigo's maybe the most clinical finisher in the league (which makes up for an unfortunate lack of pace) and also happens to be great at setting up his striker partner. Félez may be inexperienced, but he's well-known for being very fast and not really wasteful. The midfield's pretty good at setting up their strikers, and they play extremely vertical football. Basically, their attack can do a lot with little possession.

Weaknesses
Flamagua's defense is dodgy at best. Pichardo and Carreón are both thirty-five now and, while experienced, their pace is now even more problematic than in the past. The only fast defender they have is Valentía, who happens to also be nineteen years old and therefore not likely to perform very consistently. Briones isn't famous for being a great goalkeeper, either. Overall, they'll probably suffer in defense more than in the past seasons, which considering their counterattacking, fast-paced style could cause huge problems. Once again, the natural Farf apathy towards defense could take a team down.

Key Player: Carlos Abrigo
Not long ago a Di Bradini Cup player, Abrigo's lack of pace is probably the only thing that keeps him from at the very least a place in the national team as a substitute. Still, he more than makes up for this big weakness by being one of the most efficient players in the league. He's the striker with the most goals per shots and the most shots on target per shot in the league and is also top four for most assists. This is partly due to Flamagua's swift counterattacking style, but the stats still show just how important Abrigo is to the team.

Young Prospect: Rodrigo Benítez
Benítez is a very complete ball-winning midfielder. The youngster has got an impressive work rate and great stamina to go with it. He's also very good at setting up his teammates. His dribbling and composure leave something to be desired, but the Faroleran is still developing and nobody can tell him he can't get better in those two.
Avenida Victoria

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Manager:   Image Ramón Juárez
Assistant: Image Franco Fortaleza

Prediction: 8th
Season 17: 6th
Titles: FFL (3 and 4)
FFL2 (1)

GK: Image Ascensión Ekvinter
LB: Image Marcelino Zavala
CB: Image Gonzalo Ibarra
CB: Image Félix Salamanca
RB: Image Nicolás Villalpando
LM: Image Yülàáê Mî
CM: Image Roldão D'cruze
RM: Image Gâyö Mî
OM: Image Ramón Fonseca
ST: Image Vasilije Østergård-----
ST: Image Fermín Juárez (C)

Ekvinter


Villalpando Salamanca Ibarra Zavala





Mî D'cruze Mî


Fonseca


Juárez Østergård


Overview
Avenida Victoria will forever be remembered as the team that put Ferdullaele in its place. Their success in the third and fourth seasons made them a force in the league, but after so many seasons, they have slowly but surely become a mid-table team, only a shadow of what they used to be. Meanwhile, their rivals La Nueva Avenida got themselves a more competitive rival: Mâ Âlâmëómë. But despite the tragic story that is Avenida Victoria's downfall, they're still a decidedly good team, that can give the teams they used to compete with for the title a run for their money. It's just that they're no longer contenders. Still, they've recently overcome huge debt, so maybe we'll se the Victorians rising up to the challenge that is winning the league once again, in a few years? Who knows, but for now, they're just a slightly above-average team with two titles to boast.

Strengths
Avenida Victoria's defensively much better than most teams, as they're a pretty rare occurrence in a Farfadillis: a team that plays most of their matches with a back four. However, their defense is not filled with talented players, just mostly ok products from their youth academy. It's a matter of quantity rather than quality. Their other strength is their offense, which includes Ramón Fonseca, an exciting youngster said to be considered for the Di Bradini squad, Fermín Juárez, veteran poacher with a few caps to brag about and, finally Vasilije Østergård, the star of the team, now getting a bit old, who also happens to have been capped for Farfadillis.

Weaknesses
After some years playing in Kinitaria when the league stopped being professional, the Mî twins have finally come back to Faradillis. Once starters for the national team, there's no doubt that they could make a difference for the team, but the lack of consistent competitive football is one of the biggest worries Avenida Victoria will have to face. This big weakness could, though, become their biggest strength. We could see them battling for a Champions' Cup spot in a case like that, but still, there's huge question marks hanging over the twins' heads.

Key Player: Vasilije Østergård
The striker's getting a bit old, yes, but he was never known for his pace or his strength. Rather, he was known for being great at setting up his teammates, being one of the most vicious dribblers of the league and being a very clinical finisher. He's still the beast that won them the title so many years ago, but the league's gotten stronger with time and he's no longer the superstar he once was. Still, only one or two teams would actually be able to bench this guy, and there's a reason for that.

Young Prospect: Ramón Fonseca
The twenty-year old centre attacking midfielder has got a hawk's eye when it comes to long-range efforts, and his passing and dribbling are definitely at least above-average. It's hard to tell how good he could become, and it is true that he's mostly a starter because Avenida Victoria's going though a bit of a rough patch, but this guy is still good enough to have earned his place in the starting eleven of a mid-table team at the age of eighteen.
Tympú

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Manager:   Image Lausarrhé Mará
Assistant: Image Rovio Zorotí

Prediction: 9th
Season 17: 7th
Titles: None


GK: Image Cesare Ferro
LB: Image Giambattista Mari
CB: Image Bartol Benini
CB: Image Pompeo Hlavač
RB: Image Benito Sebastino
LM: Image Gabrijel Abbatantuono
CM: Image Sotomí Kaukú (C)-----
CM: Image Oliviero Dioli
RM: Image Gino Nieri
ST: Image Ermenegildo María
ST: Image Fausto Bencivenni

Ferro


Sebastino Hlavač Benini Mari





Nieri Dioli Kaukú Abbatantuono





Bencivenni María


Overview
Tympú were once title contenders, very, very long ago. When the league has just started. But they slowly got more and more irrelevant, to the point of getting relegated to the FFL2 and failing to get promoted back to the FFL for a couple of seasons. Indeed, their long-awaited return to the top flight was just last season. They showed they were here to stay, though, as they finished seventh, which is very respectable for a recently promoted team (though not so much by Farf standards considering how well promoted teams do some times, and yes, we're looking at you, all teams who have won the FFL save for Ferdullaele)

Strengths
Tympú is a very balanced team, so they've not got many big strengths. Kaukú's one of the finest leaders the league has to offer. Also, their defense is pretty solid by Farf standards, but mostly because they've got the most defensive formation in the league. Still, not many great strengths.

Weaknesses
They play a good old 4-4-2 (also known as 'bullshit' here in Farfadillis). They're offensively quite incapable, but it's nothing to worry about too much. María and Bencivenni would still be starters for most if not all lower-mid table teams anyway. Not many things to worry about.

Key Player: Sotomí Kaukú
A great leader, and a very good playmaker. He's the only player from the side that was relegated in last place some seasons ago who's still around, and the reasons are quite obvious. He would probably be a starter for any team in the league with his workrate, tackling, tactical awareness and playmaking. Still, he'd rather play for the team he loves, and that can only be a plus for his performance.

Young Prospect: Gino Nieri
The right midfielder is Tympú's first exciting prospect since Kaukú. He's probably not NT-worthy, but one never knows. He's very fast, has got an admirable workrate and is quite defensively capable, but he leaves something to be desired on the attack front. Definitely not your typical Farf winger, but nonetheless a great player by this league's standard, potentially.
Flying Jellyfish

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Manager:   Image Jan Lesauvage
Assistant: Image Gunnar Pajari

Prediction: 10th
Season 17: 12th
Titles: None


GK: Image Nikita Guldbrandsen (C)
LB: Image David Alejandro
CB: Image Zinoviy Horn
RB: Image Sjmon d'Kolperiskonjf
LM: Image Vojtech Gnesina
CM: Image Carlo Lombardo
CM: Image Toomas Assies
RM: Image Kilye Penrith----------
OM: Image Andreas Rask
ST: Image Sebastian Kristoffersen
ST: Image Nathan Powell

Guldbrandsen


d'Kolperiskonjf Horn Alejandro



Assies Lombardo

Penrith Gnesina


Rask


Powell Kristoffersen


Overview
Flying Jellyfish has always been a respected club in the league. Sure, they may not be going through the best of times, but they've always been upper-mid table with a few flukes where they either made it to the Globe Cup or they failed miserably and ended in lower-mid table. Last season was not good, but it seems like Flying Jellyfish have gotten a bit better this season. They've got above-average players for the most part, so at the very least we'd expect them to end up tenth.

Strengths
Flying Jellyfish's strong on the flanks. Alejandro and Gnesina were once Farf under-21s, while d'Kolperiskonjf and Penrith have played for Paradystopia and Nephara respectively. Penrith and Gnesina are two players with a lot of flair, so one can never know what they might pull off to turn the tides in a few seconds. Guldbrandsen's another of Flying Jellyfish's strengths, as the goalkeeper, also once an under-21 for Farfadillis, is one of the most experienced goalkeepers in the division.

Weaknesses
Lombardo and Assies in midfield is kind of a weak combination. Lombardo's always been kind of a weak-link, and Assies, as talented as he may be, just lacks the experience to perform at this level, considering he's just nineteen. Horn's also considerably old now, so he's not exactly hard to outpace. Alejandro and d'Kolperiskonjf will have to double their efforts in order to cover for any holes he leaves in the defense because of that, which in turn should tamper their offensive outputs.

Key Player: Kiley Penrith
Kiley and Gnesina are the only players who can turn games around by themselves in this team. Gnesina lacks the workrate and the pace; Penrith definitely does not. The Nepharan's performances, which at times can admittedly be... inconsistent, will be key to the place in which this team ends up by the end of the season. If she's at her best, they could scrape through and earn a UICA spot. If she's at her worst, then Flying Jellyfish shouldn't expect too much of this season.

Young Prospect: Toomas Assies
Assies, as we mentioned, is inexperienced. That doesn't mean he doesn't ooze talent, however. He's a natural for playmaking and dribbling, and he's clearly dedicated to his cause, seeing as he's got a fantastic workrate. He's not exactly great at timing his tackles, as his record for most yellow and red cards in the Farf youth system suggests, but he's still great by Farf standards, at least potentially. Flying Jellyfish will certainly have to put up with his inexperience for a few seasons, but if they survive... well, they might just have the key to returning to the title race.
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Dor Frío

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Manager:   Image Sander Ottosen
Assistant: Image Rasmus Kjeldsen

Prediction: 11th
Season 17: 14th
Titles: FNL (11)
FFL2 (12)
SBCC (50)
GK: Image Albín Nilsson (C)
LB: Image Urbanó Abrahamsen
CB: Image Gabriel Mikaelsson
RB: Image Jalerrhé Ljungman
CM: Image Roberto Vinter
CM: Image Osvaldó Albertsson
AL: Image Cai Laakkonen
OM: Image Nitenseí Perspicatxa--
AR: Image Kyösti Henningsen
ST: Image Ruv Warkaiser
ST: Image Ravyk Krausen

Nilsson


Ljungman Mikaelsson Abrahamsen



Albertsson Vinter



Henningsen Perspicatxa Laakkonen



Krausen Warkaiser


Overview
Dor Frío are the only Farf team who have won a UICA competition. Granted, it was the SBCC, but anything goes. They also happen to hold the record for most consecutive appearances in the final of said competition... with two. Of course, that's also not that big considering most teams that get to the final in that competition become ineligible for it the following season, but I digress. Dor Frío are a team that have proven time and time again that they're worthy of being here, though they are, at least right now, decidedly average.

Strengths
Dor Frío's three attacking midfielders and two strikers may not be NT-worthy, but they're good enough to challenge for UICA spots. Perspicatxa, Warkaiser and Krausen were under-21s for Farfadillis for a reason. They also mesh well together, considering Henningsen and Laakkonen are two of the fastest wingers in the league, and Perspicatxa's through balls only make them more deadly. Additionally, Warkaiser and Krausen are both very good in the air. You can put two and two together.

Weaknesses
Dor Frío's "spine" is a bit weak for the league. Nilsson may be a commanding presence in the dressing room, but he's not really stellar. Mikaelsson, Albertson and Vinter are not big defensive presences, and they leave something to be desired on the offense too. Sure, they do an ok job, but they're the weakest links this team has, and you shouldn't be surprised if most goals come from the centre of the attack.

Key Player: Nitenseí Perspicatxa
The offensive midfielder has been progressing at a stunning pace. Originally a substitute for a Di Bradini squad a few editions ago, nobody should be very surprised to find him leading a mid-table team. However, it's impressive how he has exceeded all expectations by turning into at the very least a top-25 player in this league. His playmaking is undoubtedly key for this team, and his long-range efforts are very scary.

Young Prospect: Jallerrhé Ljungman
Aged eighteen, Jallerrhé is a typical Farf right wingback with a very attacking mindset, though he's proficient enough defensively to avoid leaving huge holes in the defense. He's got blitzing pace, vicious dribbling and great crossing. If Ottosen's smart enough about him and gets him to fulfill his duties as a defender more often, we'd certainly have one very promising player here.

Deportí Agaumi

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Manager:   Image Wetzel West
Assistant: Image Gian Dries

Prediction: 12th
Season 17: 10th
Titles: None


GK: Image Calogero Metz
LB: Image Pantaleone Venetianer
CB: Image Marcos Rozanello
RB: Image Júsepp Tyraén--------
LM: Image Maximiliano Salvaí
CM: Image Erwin Nepi
CM: Image Roland Alvarado
RM: Image Darío Gabrielli
ST: Image Herbert Lando
ST: Image Régulo van Veen
ST: Image Hamlet Roux (C)

Metz


Tyraén Rozanello Venetianer





Gabrielli Alvarado Nepi Salvaí





Roux van Veen Lando


Overview
Deportí Agaumi are a bit of a no-pain no-glory team. Sure, they've been relegated and promoted a few times, but they're just not a team that gets the spotlight often. They just slip under the radar for the entire season until in the end we either see their name highlighted in red or we just see them comfortable in lower-mid table. Still, as uninspiring as they may be, they're a team that have enjoyed mild success as of late, and we're expecting nothing less than that from them this season.

Strengths
Deportí Agaumi may be so uninspiring, perhaps, due to the fact that their best aspect is unequivocally the defense. Rozanello and Tyraén are hitting their best years, and Venetianer and Metz are probably good enough to play for better teams. Metz may be inexperienced, yes, but he's still very good even by top flight standards.

Weaknesses
On the flip side, their offense is certainly holding them back. Despite dedicating three players to their offensive front, they still don't score nearly as much as you'd expect them to. Roux is getting pretty old, and van Veen and Lando are at best average. They'll have a hard time scoring goals, at least by Farf standards.

Key Player: Júsepp Tyraén
The right back is one of the best defenders in the league, though it comes at the cost of not being as good offensively as most other players in his role in the league. He makes Deportí a particularly weird presence in the league: a team that can't just be attacked from any angle. He's also a big presence in the box.

Young Prospect: Calogero Metz
The goalkeeper, as mentioned, is still very young, but he's showing signs of big potential. For starters, he's already secured a starting spot in a mid-table top flight team at the age of twenty. He's also very good when acting as a sweeper keeper, and his reflexes are top notch. Definitely someone the Di Bradini Cup coach should consider.

Gran Faro 70

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Manager:   Image Ettore Nizzola
Assistant: Image Ximo Viteri

Prediction: 13th
Season 17: 11th
Titles: FTL (13)


GK: Image Gregorio Savona
LB: Image Eliseo Vázquez
CB: Image Matías De Felice
RB: Image Enrique Guarneri
LM: Image Teodosio Ricchetti
CM: Image Blas Aiza
CM: Image Fausto Ambrogi
RM: Image Lucho Abel (C)
OM: Image Valerio Negrini------
ST: Image Vasco Alderisi
ST: Image Quirino D'amore

Savona


Guarneri De Felice Vázquez



Ambrogi Aiza

Abel Ricchetti


Negrini


D'amore Alderisi


Overview
Gran Faro 70 turned professional not very long ago, getting promoted in second place from the Farf Amateur Ligá around half a decade ago. It is very remarkable, therefore, that they're now in the top flight. How remarkable, too, that they've managed to do moderately well for three seasons in a row now. There's got to be a cap for how much they can progress, but they've been doing far too well for being by far the poorest club in the league (poorer than all the teams that have at any point reached the Farf Freitball Ligá 2). Can they continued living the dream? We think the answer is most certainly definitely.

Strengths
Gran Faro 70's players are not individually extremely talented, but even then, their midfield seems pretty good on paper. All five of their midfielders are certainly at least mid-table quality, with Negrini probably able to fit in any teams not in the title race. Sure, it's doesn't make anyone drool, but the midfield's certainly tough to face for any team in the league. They also understand each other very well and understand the intricacies of Farf tactics perfectly. Too bad that doesn't transfer too much into the international scene, but it's unlikely they'll be in it for, at least for a long time to come.

Weaknesses
Gran Faro 70's not got any big weakness, but if one had to be chosen, it would probably be Savona. The goalkeeper's definitely one of the worst in the league, and his inconsistency has cost them points in the past. However, he's not entirely bad, and definitely not too far from Gran Faro's level.

Key Player: Valerio Negrini
Negrini's a player who can do a lot with very little. He's known for pulling off unexpected goals even when underperforming. Yes, he's pretty inconsistent, but even at his worst he'll be an irreplaceable part of Gran Faro's midfield engine. Negrini's acute passing will be vital for the Farolerans this season. The last few seasons, most goals came off of his playmaking, they're probably expecting the same thing to happen this time around.

Young Prospect: Quirino D'amore
Quirino's a pacey striker who, just like his teammate Negrini, has got a knack for the unexpected. He can pull off any kind of goal, ranging from a rebound in a messy box to a scissor kick from the edge of the box. At the age of twenty, and having played around half of last season's games, though most of them coming of the bench, it's finally his chance to shine. He'll certainly be considered for the Di Bradini Cup squad, but can he confirm they'd not be making a mistake?
René Skaé Colonels

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Manager:   Image Eustache Girard
Assistant: Image Eysteinn D'aramitz

Prediction: 14th
Season 17: 12th
Titles: FAL (12)
FNL (13)
FFL2 (14)
GK: Image Haraldur Csorba
LB: Image Lucas Halmi
CB: Image Domonkos Antall
RB: Image Ari Marie
LM: Image Léonard László
CM: Image Gazsi Martel (C)
RM: Image Viking David
OM: Image Dorian Sólyom
OM: Image Hannes Mercier-----------
ST: Image Séraphin Török
ST: Image Aurél Albert

Csorba


Marie Antall Halmi




David Martel László


Mercier Sólyom



Albert Török


Overview
Just like Gran Faro 70, René Skaé Colonels got here after starting out in the FAL. René Skaé, however, differ in the fact that they have won all of the leagues they've been in, consecutively. Anyway, the Colonels have certainly been very good as of late. Impressive enough for us to predict their final placing to be comfortably above the red zone. They don't ooze talent by this division's standards, but they're more than good enough to stay.

Strengths
René Skaé Colonels is very good at passing the ball around and waiting patiently until a space they can exploit opens up. It is no surprise, therefore, that their biggest strength is their midfield. Precise when passing, with a great workrate, decent defensively, and definitely crowded - no team's gonna find the task of facing it 'easy'.

Weaknesses
René Skaé Colonels do play very, very offensively, so it's no surprise they leave huge defensive gaps opponents can exploit. Their defenders aren't very good and their midfield's focused on attacking, so they're definitely gonna struggle to keep even one clean sheet, specially in a league like this one.

Key Player: Hannes Mercier
Mercier's football IQ is very, very high. He detects defensive gaps and exploits them constantly with his acute passing. Defenses will have to be on a very good day to intercept his deadly through passes, but the Colonels' attacks will mostly boil down to that. If Mercier doesn't perform, things will be very tough. Mercier doesn't underperform often, though.

Young Prospect: Séraphin Török
Alright, let's make it very clear: Török is not, in fact, Rulandese. Thank you very much. Anyway, he's a pacey striker with some very clinical finishing and unbelievable composure for his age (he's seventeen). It's true he's not good enough for the league yet, but he's young, let's give him some time. He's definitely lucky the Colonels have got a shortage of strikers, though.
Geyinstanles United

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Manager:   Image Francis Fougué
Assistant: Image Rancisc Frauxalá


Prediction: 15th
Season 17: 16th
Titles: None


GK: Image Garro Irrhemaenen
LB: Image Arsene Allard
CB: Image Saratay Garefté
RB: Image Írvín Örôvánèälãó
LM: Image Leonhard Arambauzá
CM: Image Alessandro Fierrhe (C)
CM: Image Leónidas Echigo
RM: Image Lounoi Aká ------------
OM: Image Suar Molides
ST: Image Jorge Mota
ST: Image Rüj Mülôtý

Irrhemaenen


Örôvánèälãó Garefté Allard



Echigo Fierrhe

Aká Arambauzá


Molides


Mülôtý Mota


Overview
Geyinstanles United has been a club bouncing between the top flight and the second division since the beginning. They've been enjoying mild success lately. Maybe they're here to stay for a long time, after so many seasons of sorrowful division bouncing...

Strengths
United's two wingers, Aká and Arambauzá, are definitely their best player. Aká's very experienced, and would probably fit in most teams in the league with his pace craftiness. He's a nightmare for all teams in the league, particularly when you take into account it's the Farf league we are talking about. Arambauzá, meanwhile, is pretty much the same type of player as Aká, but he's right-footed and pretty young. He's still hard to face, even at the age of twenty, so Geyinstanles' opponents will have their hand kind of full with these two wingers.

Weaknesses
They may have two very good wingers, but their attack is not good. Their two strikers and their centre attacking midfielder are pretty mediocre and they'll suffer from it. There's a reason why Aká's been their top scorer for the last three seasons... Anyway, they're still not eye-destroyingly horrible, so they'll score a few goals here and there - Geyinstanles will have to hope those will suffice.

Key Player: Lounoi Aká
Aká, as we said, is crafty and pacey. No team in the league can claim they can control him perfectly, as you never know when he might pull something out of his behind. Many wonder what, exactly, he's doing still at United, but nobody can deny that despite playing for a bad team, he can still pull his weight even against the best teams. He does beg the question 'What could he have been?' though.

Young Prospect: Leonhard Arambauzá
Arambauzá is Aká 2.0. If he's lucky enough, he'll leave Geyinstanles United in no time (we hope for his own good that he's not a supporter like Aká). Leonhard's definitely talented. Talented enough to be a certain inclusion in the upcoming Di Bradini Cup squad. However, it remains to be seen whether he can perform at top flight level at the age of nineteen. Questions have been asked about his composure.
Prostran I Forzuda

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Manager:   Image Miodrag Aleksic
Assistant: Image Kosta Naumova


Prediction: 16th
Season 17: 13th
Titles: FTL (10 and 12)


GK: Image Danko Copic
LB: Image Momcilo Dukanovic
CB: Image Uros Golemovic (C) ---
RB: Image Vladimir Tomic
LM: Image Bogdan Lukic
CM: Image Gojko Miletic
CM: Image Obrad Dakovic
RM: Image Gavrilo Jelic
OM: Image Ratko Abramovic
ST: Image Slavko Perovic
ST: Image Ljuba Nikic

Copic


Tomic Golemovic Dukanovic



Dakovic Miletic

Jelic Lukic


Abramovic


Nikic Perovic


Overview
Ah, Prostran I Forzuda. They're basically what a Karuvan national team would look like without Cvijetin Santic, the only great player they've ever produced. Karuvis is a pretty secluded state, and it shows in football. They're not as passionate and therefore don't produce as many players, but that doesn't mean they don't produce some good ones. Well, Prostran I Forzuda is basically the only good team from there, and all of the good Karuvans play for them. Seems like the Karuvans are decent players, after all.

Strengths
Karuvis is so secluded as a state that their team excels defensively in this league... sort of. They're ok defensively, which is great in Farfadillis, and they make the most out of it. They may play only three defenders, but they're still Farf after all. They're also very strong on the air, as they've got the highest average height in the league.

Weaknesses
PIF's players are not exceedingly talented. Indeed, their strikers are big and bulky, not really dexterous. Their midfielders have got an admirable workrate, but their passing is lacking. Their defenders may be good, but none of them can dribble like a typical Farf defender can. Their biggest weakness is their lack of skill, and it's so often been their undoing it's anyone's guess why they haven't brought in a talented non-Karuvan into the team. There are loads who'd gladly take up a spot in a top flight team...

Key Player: Uros Golemovic
Golemovic is a rock in defense, one of the most frustrating defenders to face in the league. He may not be top quality. Indeed, he'd struggle in more defensive-minded leagues of the same quality as Farfadillis', but he fulfills his niche in this league, and does it well enough to earn a bit of fame in the dysfunctional land, getting himself the nickname "Heretic". Golemovic is the best player in the league when it comes to the aerial game.

Young Prospect: Ljuba Nikic
Nikic is two metres tall. He's got a great first touch, pretty good finishing, and is great at poaching. Not even close to a flashy, skillful striker, but he's awfully efficient and that's what counts. At the age of twenty, he radiates confidence, and that can't be a bad sign. He scored consistently last season, so there will be eyes all over him. He might be Prostran I Forzuda's second great youth product, at long last.
Fragardallians

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Manager:   Image Hugo Usef-Andradá
Assistant: Image Lance Mishark


Prediction: 17th
Season 17: 17th
Titles: None


GK: Image Mauro Sauno
LB: Image Lur Troya (C)
CB: Image Carlos Coramona
RB: Image Paulo Olmo
LM: Image Pikko Gangan
CM: Image Friekder Monjón
CM: Image Ander Farrhasambe
RM: Image Rancisc Ucrouxtelá------
OM: Image Dalei Maino
ST: Image Trevor van Barnevald
ST: Image Lucazzo Miratorada

Sauno


Olmo Coramona Troya



Farrhasambe Monjón

Ucrouxtelá Gangan


Maino


Miratorada van Bernevald


Overview
Fragardallians have been around since the beginning. They've been through both good and bad times. Right now... well, they could be doing better, but they've done far worse. They've got a very good youth academy by the standards of relegation-threatened teams, and that's a huge advantage when avoiding the red zone, but it's mostly an advantage in the long run. As a team, they're looking pretty bad, but not bad enough to get relegated just yet.

Strengths
Their strength lies in their counterattacking football, but they're nothing stellar at it. They like to sit back (you guessed it, by Farf standards) and strike ruthlessly on the counter with players like Ucrouxtelá and Miratorada, who are very, very fast and clinical when on a good day. They may be a bad team, but no team will just carelessly attack them. Well, at least, no non-Farf team would.

Weaknesses
Fragardallians' is by a very fucking big difference the most frail of defenses in the league. And this is a Farf league. Their players lack pace, football IQ, height, strength and pretty much everything a defender wants when you compare them to the other players of the league. This is particularly harmful for them when you consider their playing style involves counterattacking, which means they'll be on the receiving end of, well, attacks most of the time. How bad their defense is this season will be the difference between ending up in mid-table and conceding something ridiculous like 123 goals.

Key Player: Rancisc Ucrouxtelá
Ucrouxtelá is the typical Farf winger. Unpredictable, fast, extremely skilled, very bad defensively. He's just twenty-two, but he looks as if he were thirty going by his composure. He's very good at crosses and through balls, too, which is exactly what makes Fragardallians' counterattacks deadly. Still, Rancisc is a bit lonely in this team, and he probably knows it. I'd expect a move out from his part by the end of the season. With teams in the title race on the look for wingers, the Sailors should be worrying about getting good money out of him rather than making him stay...

Young Prospect: Trevor van Barnevald
van Barnevald is not outstanding in any area, but not bad in any either. He's kinda fast, kinda skilled, kinda clinical, kinda tall and as a result kinda good. There's not much else to say. He's twenty. Uhmm... yeah, that's just about it.
Madorre De Fuego

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Manager:   Image Friekder Maldí
Assistant: Image Tielhager Maldí


Prediction: 18th
Season 17: Champions (FFL2)
Titles: FFL2 (7 and 17)


GK: Image Alfie Gardiner
LB: Image Illi Juk
CB: Image Mickey Wright
RB: Image David Damatzo
CM: Image Sotomí González
CM: Image Agundí Ramos
AL: Image Jayden Hall
OM: Image Guhj Elixaeberna -----
AR: Image Archie Marshall
ST: Image Augusto Annunzaé (C)
ST: Image Paul Fenchurch

Gardiner


Damatzo Wright Juk



Ramos González



Marshall Elixaeberna Hall



Fenchurch Annunzaé


Overview
Madorre De Fuego are coming off a great season in the FFL2, crowned champions and deservedly so. The team sure looked pretty good, but it was against an FFL2 that seemed to have dipped in level quite a bit, as no teams looked really good. That's why we believe Madorre De Fuego will be edged out on the fight to stay out of the red zone this season, despite the fact that they're evidently at least a bit talented. That said, avoiding relegation would definitely be a realistic objective for them.

Strengths
As they made evident last season, Madorre is very good at passing the ball around and frustrating their opponents. It remains to be seen, however, how good they are at hiding the ball from players like Etezadi and Bailey. It's still their biggest strength, and it's hard seeing them undergoing a complete tactical overhaul.

Weaknesses
Madorre's defense is second only to Fragardallians' in fragility. The only reason why we believe they're going down is their defense. While in the FFL2 their defensive cracks showed at times, the FFL is a whole different monster that can exploit it ten times as much. There's a difference, after all, between Yuri Malanaka, Koloko's left winger, who happens to have a part-time job as a delivery guy to make ends meet, and Risko Kâí, Mâ Âlâmëómë's left winger, who happens to be considered by many the best Farf player out there right now.

Key Player: Guhj Elixaeberna
Elixaeberna is a top-notch playmaker. He may be pretty old, but as he doesn't need to run that much thanks to his role, it doesn't affect him that much. He'll be the key to any aspirations Madorre may have. Their fans will have to cross their fingers and hope his injury proneness is a thing of the past. At his age, the answer is most likely not, though.

Young Prospect: Illi Juk
Madorre's defense is so weak that a player barely seventeen years old like Illi Juk can start for them. He's good, don't get us wrong, but he's not even close to the league's level. The poor guy will suffer, inevitably, but eyes should be on him nonetheless. This will be the time for him to show what he's made of. Maybe he'll catch the attention of some bigger team. He's got a bright future, after all. It's hard to imagine Madorre De Fuego successfully hanging onto him, though.
Libertarian Ferdullaele

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Manager:   Image Gian Luciano
Assistant: Image Gustavo Nipo


Prediction: 19th
Season 17: 3rd (FFL2)
Titles: FFL2 (8)


GK: Image Juan Ruiz
LB: Image Narhimé Nijan
CB: Image Manuel Lomarda
RB: Image Güz Dímâré
CM: Image Gastón Mos
CM: Image Aranfarrhé Ederé
AL: Image Salo Arthursson
OM: Image Mario Andaluzzei
AR: Image Iñaki Ibarra --------
ST: Image Marco Forzza
ST: Image Terenzio Marcotti (C)

Ruiz


Dímâré Lomarda Nijan



Ederé Mos



Ibarra Andaluzzei Arthursson



Marcotti Forzza


Overview
Libertarian Ferdullaele have always been a struggling team. At times they were ok (lower-mid table), at other times they were lurking in the FFL2, not really getting anywhere. Libertarian Ferdullaele does have a knack for producing good players every now and then. Recently, they brought up a player most Farves will know: Salomón Cayfú. He was bought by La Nueva Avenida recently, for what is assumed was a pretty big fee. What did Liberdullaele do? They invested big time on scouting the entire nation, trying to find players who'd be up to the task of keeping the team in the top flight. Güz Dímâré, Gastón Mos and Iñaki Ibarra, from Ruland, Ferdullaele and Puerto Farolero respectively, unsurprisingly, are the results of this decision. We're predicting they'll get relegated because we don't really know how good they'll be, but who knows? They might end up mid-table for all we know.

Strengths
Libertarian Ferdullaele's attack has always been pretty good. The most remarkable thing about it is how flexible it is. They can play with a high tempo if needed be, but they're also fine with a low one. Their counterattacks are deadly, but if they have possession they'll be just as scary. You can't really prepare for them. At least not specifically.

Weaknesses
Their defense might not be an attack on human decency, unlike Fragardallians' and Madorre De Fuego's, but it's not good either. We don't know much about Dímâré, but it's said he's a very offensive wingback, and with partners like Nijan and Lomarda, who are not good enough for the top flight...

Key Player: Iñaki Ibarra
Alright. Yes, we know. We've barely seen this player, and what we know is mostly hear-say. But there's got to be a reason Liberdullaelans look so hopeful ahead of this season. Many claim Ibarra's their saving grace and whatnot. As far as we know, he's pacey and has always got a trick up his sleeve when dribbling, but that's about it. It will sure be interesting to see how this young man develops in the league. Making a professional football debút at the age of twenty-two must be tough, though.

Young Prospect: Mario Andaluzzei
Capped for Farfadillis' u-15s, Andaluzzei is a player Liberdullaelans have been awaiting for some time. The young man's finally a starter, and he'll have everything to prove now that the club's fighting against relegation. He's a great playmaker and dribbler, though definitely not as good as he seemed he'd be at the age of thirteen.
Ravasha

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Manager:   Image Molto Mutatamba
Assistant: Image Nahuel D'ambrosio


Prediction: 20th
Season 17: 2nd (FFL2)
Titles: FTL (15)


GK: Image Miguel Mazuna
LB: Image Rondão Rüjíkán
CB: Image Diego Cervántes
RB: Image Lucián Madrid
CM: Image Sifoné Sukuramata
CM: Image Alfonsé Curutchet
AL: Image Antonio Quintanilla
OM: Image Drý Fâík
AR: Image Drê Nrâgz --------------
ST: Image Rondo Matalonga
ST: Image Kriekser Letallé (C)

Mazuna


Madrid Cervántes Rüjíkán



Curutchet Sukuramata



Nrâgz Fâík Quintanilla



Letallé Matalonga


Overview
Ravasha, a team that was accepted into the league system just a few years ago following the bankruptcy of a couple of teams (one of which was not expelled from the system, because the FFFF forgot), have skyrocketed into the FFL. It seems pretty unreal, until you consider just how many teams in this league share similar stories. Ravasha's not your average team, though. They're pretty weird in a sense: they've got players from all backgrounds. Farolerans, Rulandese, Ferdullaelans, Pacifistans, you name it. Just not Karuvans, those guys are weird. Anyway, Ravasha have been admirable, but they're definitely going down. They're just not up to the challenge here.

Strengths
Two out of three of their attacking midfielders would fit into any above-average team in the league. Quintanilla, the exception, happens to be only nineteen years old, and a great young prospect. Fâík and specially Nrâgz are deadly on the counter, and this team always counterattacks, though that doesn't mean they can't play possession football.

Weaknesses
The team in general is very inexperienced, boasting exactly zero players with top flight experience. Sure, some were impressive last season in the FFL2, but as we've already said, there's a big difference. None of them looked particularly bad, but their inexperience, we believe, will definitely show.

Key Player: Drê Nrâgz
The young winger will certainly be looking to impress and maybe get a transfer to some bigger club. He's definitely got the weapons to achieve exactly that in a crafty right foot that earned him a best player award in the FFL2 last season. He's pacey. Yes, pacey and skilled. Like pretty much every single Farf winger, as you've probably come to notice from reading this preview. What's different about him, though, is that he can actually do defensive shit. He's an average Joe at that, but still, it's much appreciated.

Young Prospect: Antonio Quintanilla
Quintanilla is also a typical Farf winger. If you were to ask us, we'd say that he can be just as good as his teammate Nrâgz can turn out to be. If Ravasha magically hold onto them for a few seasons, we could see them challenging for a UICA spot with a few tweaks to the squad. Yes, yes, we might be going a bit overboard, but it's not as crazy to us as it might seem to you.
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Postby Farfadillis » Thu May 14, 2015 2:54 pm

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Season 18


Season's over. Some have cried tears of joy, others of sorrow, but it's sure been a blast. Let's recap exactly how things went this year!

La Nueva Avenida are perhaps the ones that will have the happiest set of supporters. Though we had predicted them to end up fifth, they managed to stun us and pretty much everyone by showing some of the best football the league had to offer and being absolutely fantastic in the first half of the season. They had an unbeaten run of twenty-four matchdays before Mâ Âlâmëómë ended it at their stadium. Though their second half was not as tremendous, they managed to coast on the points just fine to tie Mâ Âlâmëómë on league titles.

The key to the Novans' success was first and foremost, as we predicted, Cloudchaser. The Equestrian midfielder was rightfully named best player of the year, and would've received an award for most assists had one existed. However, the pony was not the only relevant player for the Novans this season. Far from it, the whole team played at above-average form in comparison to previous seasons. Rigutti showed up in almost every game, and the defense was second only to Mâ Âlâmëómë's for least goals conceded. Pickton definitely shut up the mouths of those who claimed he was too young and on the starting team exclusively because his father was the manager. On that, Pickton's now the only person to have won the FFL both as player and as manager. He's also the only person to have an FFL title and a son with an FFL title. Talk about success running in the family. However, as great as LNA's defense was, their attack was by far what shone the most. Scoring more than a hundred goals, there was no way they weren't taking the title this season. Cornelio and Fox were extremely clinical. The Calanian edged out the Faroleran by virtue of assists for the golden boot, but Cornelio probably doesn't mind. Plovnarov, Bustos and Hedegaard all had a very good season, too. What must've been the key difference between ending up in a bad position and winning the title, however, is the fact that Café returned to his former glorious form, Cloudchaser may have been the best this season, but Café going from bad form to excellent form was probably a bigger difference. Cloudchaser had us kind of used to this level of play anyway.

Mâ Âlâmëómë shouldn't be too disappointed about this season. Sure, not getting the quinqueño's pretty bad news, but they did really well nonetheless. It's unlikely that heads will roll. The entire team had an ok season. There weren't any big dips in form, and most players were actually playing at their best most of the time. However, the team didn't enjoy runs of absolute brilliance, unlike La Nueva Avenida, and that ended up marking a difference. The Rulandese had by far the best defense of the season. Etezadi was rock solid, earning second-best player of the season. However, not all credit should go to the Apoxian, as brilliant as he was through the season. Credit has to go to pretty much the entire team. Their tactical approach this season was a bit different from what they had us used to: they played mostly possession football, looking for deep runs by Aurora and Kâí, and most of the time just tried to edge out their opponents with small margins by hiding the ball away. On the subject of Aurora and Kâí, both enjoyed a pretty good season, though not as good as it could've been considering their skill. Campbell and Dragãozý did very well, too, though not as well as they had us used to. They were still pretty clinical, it's just that Mâ Âlâmëómë didn't play as offensively. Wínrôuge, the touted young midfielder, showed class when replacing an Einarsson who had a pretty quiet season.

Dí Maozöxê were spectacular this season. Yes, they were a bit far from the title, but they were still definitely better than all the teams which are not a part of the big two. Their chemistry was unparalleled. This was helped by the fact that Fletcher dominated the midfield throughout the season, and further helped by the fact that Jarvis and Pratt were on a fly. They stayed relatively injury-free, too, which helped them a lot. In the end, they can look back on this season and find many, many positives, despite not getting a Champions' Cup spot.

Avenida Leal had a pretty good season, though they didn't challenger for the title as they probably hoped to. Nonetheless, they were definitely one of the best teams in the league. Arambilet and Monrazón proved to be a deadly combination despite the latter's relative inexperience. Fuego, Zuazubiskar and Bailey proved their worth throughout the season, too. The Loyals' attack was second to the Novans' for most deadly, and each of these players was in a way responsible for that.

Flamagua snatched the last Globe Cup spot, something that was not entirely out of question, but certainly not expected. The Farolerans were extremely consistent throughout the season, giving each and every team something ranging from a run for their money to a thrashing. Abrigo, Fuentes, Benítez and Linares were great, but what was most important was the fact that veteran Carlos Abrigo had the season of his life. His playmaking and sheer skills were what made Flamagua the most threatening. Maybe he can get his team to the Champions' Cup before retiring.

Flying Jellyfish enjoyed a fairly good season, despite missing out on a Globe Cup spot by just one point. Penrith and Powell proved instrumental, though Guldbrandsen's performances as goalkeeper can't receive enough praise. She carried the teama round at times when things didn't work out. Still, the Nepharan winger was probably the most important player of the team.

Avenida Victoria may have missed a UICA spot by a point, just as Flying Jellyfish, but they can't really complain. They may not have done wonderfully, but they didn't do badly, and right now that seems to be their objective. They've got to wait for a better generation of players to come, and stalling out like this is probably best for them. Still, props should go to Fermín Juárez. Despite being extremely old, he still seems to bag them in regularly, and that's just vital for a team that traditionally struggles to score a bit more than others, though it didn't show as much this season. But then again, thank Fermín for that.

Oh, Avenida Principal. They can be disappointed. Yes, it's true, they didn't have the luckiest of season injury-wise, but that doesn't mean they couldn't have done better. Yes, they were close to a Globe Cup spot, but they should've been challenging for the title. Overall, a season to forget for the Knights, who had pretty much every player either underperforming or getting injured. Still, some positives can be drawn from this season, such as Elexhé Nofzaleiné. The young striker proved his worth throughout the tournament, scoring a few more than expected.

Dor Frío did well; not terribly well, but better than they expected. They can be happy with their performance. They worked pretty cohesively as a unit, and that showed. Ljungman, their right back, particularly impressed. Probably earned himself a place in the Di Bradini squad.

Fryi Frêndê definitely underperformed, but it's probably just a fluke. They'll bounce back in no time, as usual. Still, they'll probably be looking to snatch some new players from relegated teams in their everlasting search for the most cost-efficient performance of the league.

The lower half of the table was extremely tight. Fryi Frêndê at forty-nine points was actually tied with two other teams: René Skaé Colonels, who did really well all things considered, and Ravasha, who surprised absolutely everyone. We had predicted them to end up dead-last. To have reached twelfth place and have been so close from the upper half of the table is certainly impressive. Nrâgz proved to be a player worthy of a starting spot in most UICA contenders of this league. Hard to see Ravasha hanging onto him.

Below these three teams were Geyinstanles United, Tympú and Deportí Agaumi. Nothing very interesting here. Pretty much expected if you ask us, though Tympú did underperform a bit.

Libertarian Ferdullaele avoided relegation by a small difference. Remember when we said their unproven players could prove to be either their saving grace or an absolute liability? Well, Dímâré proved to be a liability. Mos, however, will probably be sold to a better team after the terrific season he had. The one who stole the cake, however, was Iñaki Ibarra. The winger can certainly aspire for big things in this league if he keeps performing like this. Also, Libertarian Ferdullaele are likely to see big money for him, specially considering Avenida Principal's wingers underperformed, and Ibarra's a self-professed supporter of the Faroleran team... Libertarian Ferdullaele will have to rebuild, but for now they can enjoy the taste of another season in the top flight.

The worst team to stay in the league is Gran Faro 70, who avoided relegation by a difference of just one match. Negrini's injuries meant he played only half the matches, and Gran Faro definitely suffered as a result. Nonetheless, he played really well when he was fully fit, and that ended up saving the Farolerans. Young prospect Quirino D'amore probably earned a spot in the Di Bradini squad by scoring the most goals in his team.

Finally, we'll have to say goodbye to Prostran I Forzuda, Madorre De Fuego and Fragardallians. We absolutely called it on the last two. We said their defenses were absolute crud. Now look at how many goals they conceded.

---Image Team                     Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Image La Nueva Avenida 38 25 7 6 102 59 +43 82 Champions-----
2 Image Mâ Âlâmëómë 38 23 7 8 83 53 +30 76 Champions' Cup
3 Image Dí Maozöxê 38 22 5 11 93 73 +20 71 Globe Cup-----
4 Image Avenida Leal 38 17 13 8 97 77 +20 64 Globe Cup-----
5 Image Flamagua 38 18 7 13 86 75 +11 61 Globe Cup-----

6 Image Flying Jellyfish 38 16 12 10 78 65 +13 60
7 Image Avenida Victoria 38 16 12 10 83 79 +4 60
8 Image Avenida Principal 38 18 4 16 91 75 +16 58
9 Image Dor Frío 38 14 10 14 71 73 −2 52
10 Image Fryi Frêndê 38 13 10 15 79 82 −3 49
11 Image René Skae Colonels 38 13 10 15 69 73 −4 49
12 Image Ravasha 38 14 7 17 76 85 −9 49
13 Image Geyinstanles United 38 11 13 14 66 72 −6 46
14 Image Tympú 38 13 7 18 82 90 −8 46
15 Image Deportí Agaumi 38 13 7 18 81 89 −8 46
16 Image Libertarian Ferdullaele 38 12 8 18 76 92 −16 44
17 Image Gran Faro 70 38 11 8 19 71 86 −15 41
18 Image Prostran I Forzuda 38 10 8 20 61 77 −16 38 Relegated-----
19 Image Madorre De Fuego 38 10 4 24 72 101 −29 34 Relegated-----
20 Image Fragardallians 38 8 7 23 82 123 −41 31 Relegated-----


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---Image Team                       Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Image Duyrmyta Fau 38 18 9 11 83 72 +11 63 Champions
2 Image Tifón De La Costa 38 18 8 12 92 79 +13 62 Promoted
3 Image Sent 01 38 18 8 12 87 76 +11 62 Promoted

4 Image Rivijera 38 19 5 14 81 71 +10 62
5 Image Feardallis' Wanderers 38 18 8 12 64 55 +9 62
6 Image Tu Ti 38 18 8 12 84 76 +8 62
7 Image Ferdullaele 38 17 10 11 96 87 +9 61
8 Image DÖÂÉZ 38 17 7 14 86 75 +11 58
9 Image Dô Fäéýkô 38 14 14 10 86 88 −2 56
10 Image Ñandfe 38 14 13 11 82 78 +4 55
11 Image Mein Dief Honsson 38 14 12 12 72 73 −1 54
12 Image Green Ruland 38 13 10 15 79 81 −2 49 Relegated (FTL)
13 Image Friguista Farfa 38 11 14 13 66 69 −3 47
14 Image 1.FC Ledved Mountain Oxen 38 13 8 17 49 54 −5 47
15 Image Koloko 38 12 10 16 88 87 +1 46
16 Image Outsiders 38 11 12 15 85 90 −5 45 Relegated (FNL)
17 Image Isky Novara 38 13 6 19 49 72 −23 45 Relegated (FNL)
18 Image Avenida Azulada 38 11 10 17 83 92 −9 43 Relegated (FTL)
19 Image Daorho Moro 38 10 6 22 67 81 −14 36 Relegated (FNL)
20 Image Shotomalpa Blues 38 7 10 21 69 92 −23 31 Relegated (FTL)


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---Image Team                        Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Image Gorfalle Town 38 20 7 11 79 70 +9 67 Champions
2 Image Dus Poté 38 18 11 9 81 74 +7 65 Promoted
3 Image Araujana Dimaraurrhé 38 17 12 9 82 67 +15 63 Promoted

4 Image Fragrafagardanialles 38 17 12 9 92 80 +12 63
5 Image Karuvis Milajonovic 38 17 12 9 92 82 +10 63
6 Image Guja Guti Milllaro Fita 38 16 12 10 77 75 +2 60
7 Image Gre Gran Chacó 38 16 10 12 101 95 +6 58
8 Image Desert Titans 38 16 8 14 75 71 +4 56
9 Image Ondeta 38 14 13 11 82 77 +5 55
10 Image Primera, Segunda y Tercera 38 14 11 13 76 71 +5 53
11 Image Jonder Trains 38 13 9 16 77 86 −9 48
12 Image Feardallis' Unidos 38 13 8 17 77 85 −8 47
13 Image Llefraga 38 13 7 18 83 84 −1 46
14 Image Ausharmuj Marusi 38 12 9 17 94 95 −1 45
15 Image Ferdullaele Unidos 38 12 8 18 82 88 −6 44
16 Image Frion Libertas 38 11 11 16 83 95 −12 44
17 Image FOMT 38 11 10 17 77 84 −7 43
18 Image Lasupi 38 12 7 19 67 77 −10 43
19 Image Ande 38 11 7 20 80 94 −14 40
20 Image Suburban Farfadillis 38 8 14 16 72 79 −7 38 Relegated


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---Image Team                           Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Image Rülândéá Côstä 38 27 7 4 109 62 +47 88 Champions
2 Image Silver and Gold 38 27 4 7 91 46 +45 85 Promoted
3 Image Foraé 38 26 4 8 108 68 +40 82 Promoted

4 Image Club de Fútbol Raynor 38 24 6 8 104 73 +31 78
5 Image Montesol Grande 38 23 8 7 103 60 +43 77
6 Image Avenida Decepción 38 21 9 8 100 60 +40 72
7 Image Setenta y Siete Abejas 38 14 9 15 87 87 0 51
8 Image Fortín de Puerto Farolero 38 14 7 17 86 92 −6 49
9 Image Upaléi Guerrheres 38 12 12 14 77 88 −11 48
10 Image Club de Fútbol Yuba 38 12 11 15 59 73 −14 47
11 Image Shotomalpa Drops 38 13 6 19 85 103 −18 45
12 Image Argonna Diguarâ 38 12 9 17 67 87 −20 45
13 Image Eterna 38 8 14 16 75 90 −15 38
14 Image Avenida Natal 38 10 8 20 73 98 −25 38
15 Image Shotomalpa Falla 38 9 10 19 81 97 −16 37
16 Image Errekochoa Supernovas 38 10 7 21 73 97 −24 37
17 Image Avenida de la Cruz 38 8 12 18 69 89 −20 36
18 Image Torrhe del Viento 38 7 14 17 75 98 −23 35
19 Image Punta del Torde 38 9 7 22 75 102 −27 34
20 Image Žestoka 38 9 6 23 65 92 −27 33 Relegated


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La Nueva Avenida

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Manager:   Image Grant Pickton
Assistant: Image Kashmir Corbutt

Prediction: 2nd
Season 18: Champions
Titles: FFL (5, 8, 10, 11, 13 and 18)
AOCL (11 and 14)

GK: Image Sifé Rigutti
LB: Image Salomón Cayfú
CB: Image Thjorgias Pickton
RB: Image Candazo Sol
LM: Image Toli Sottosanti
CM: Image Cristobal Bustos
CM: Image Café
RM: Image Tor Hedegaard
OM: Image Cloudchaser (C)-------------------
ST: Image Spencer Fox
ST: Image Horacio Cornelio

Rigutti


Sol Pickton Cayfú



Café Bustos

Hedegaard Sottosanti


Cloudchaser


Cornelio Fox


Overview
La Nueva Avenida have bounced back from their dry spell by winning the league, and a bit comfortably. They've stopped underperforming and now can be considered very serious title contenders, unlike last season, the first one we lost hope in them, and funnily enough the one they won. That said, despite the Novans' scarily talented team and their status as title-holders, most people will agree Mâ Âlâmëómë's team looks a bit better. The league will almost definitely go to one of these two, though.

Strengths
La Nueva Avenida's most important strength last season was the chemistry between the strikers and Cloudchaser. The midfielder set up the two clinical strikers often, and they made the most out of it, scoring just over one hundred goals. Another thing they've got going for them is their ability to keep possession. After all, their midfield's very technically-gifted, only beaten by Avenida Leal's and Mâ Âlâmëómë's.

Weaknesses
Candazo Sol's a player Pickton definitely should consider replacing, as his subpar pace and overall defensive skillset are just not on the level you'd expect from a player who starts for a title contender. Teams like Mâ Âlâmëómë, Avenida Leal and Avenida Principal, who've got talented wingers, will probably exploit this weak link as much as they can.

Key Player: Cloudchaser
Cloudchaser was without a doubt the best player of the league last season. If the pony can keep up those performances, there's no reason La Nueva Avenida can't win the league, or at least get close to that. Linking up Cornelio and Fox has proven a very easy task for the Equestrian midfielder, so there's no reason to think we won't see more of the same this season.

Young Prospect: Toli Sottosanti
Following Dimitri Plovnarov's transfer to Avenida Leal, the young Faroleran has made the step up to the first team with apparent ease. He's a pacey and skilled winger, just like every other Farf winger out there. He's pretty one-dimensional, as he almost exclusively goes for runs down the flank and finally crosses. As one-footed as players come, basically. However, his talent is undeniable, and who knows, he might just end up in the national team one day, if Grant Pickton can make him more versatile.

Mâ Âlâmëómë

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Manager:   Image Tíbürçíö Çótâvié
Assistant: Image Fjóla Agger

Prediction: Champions
Season 18: 2nd
Titles: FFL (7, 9, 14, 15, 16 and 17)
AOCL (16)

GK: Image Rôhj Tzâín
LB: Image Drê Röènôùjýâ
CB: Image Solomon Etezadi-------------------
RB: Image Kühâx
CM: Image Jack Hawke
CM: Image Johan Tijgers Landhuis
AL: Image Risko Kâí
OM: Image Svenbjorn Einarsson (C)
AR: Image Kaj Aurora
ST: Image Çis Dragãozý
ST: Image Kris Campbell

Tzâín


Kühâx Etezadi Röènôùjýâ



Landhuis Hawke



Aurora Einarsson Kâí



Campbell Dragãozý


Overview
Mâ Âlâmëómë's four-title long era of dominance is over, as the Novans finally managed to end their title drought. But is it really over? One quick look at the line-up is enough to be able to argue that it very well may not be over. Indeed, it probably is not, as with players who are actually too good for the league like Etezadi and Kâí, this team is looking just as scary as in the last few years, if not more. Einarsson's aging is worrying, but they have Wínrôuge lined up as a replacement.

Strengths
Mâ Âlâmëómë's offensive versatility is still their biggest strength. Their two strikers are very dangerous in their own rights, but they're helped by the two best wingers in the league: Risko Kâí and Kaj Aurora, in that order. The two wingers will definitely destroy defenses throughout the season. To what degree they do that will probably determine the Rulandese team's final position. Another big strength of Mâ Âlâmëómë is their vice-captain, Solomon Etezadi, who is probably twice as good as his closest competitor for best defender in the league. Finally, they've got a pillar of experience in the captain Svenbjorn Einarsson.

Weaknesses
Mâ Âlâmëómë's style is still a bit too attacking for their own good at times. Their two wingbacks attack more than they defend, and sometimes not even Etezadi's enough to hold the defense together, specially against the more offensively-inclined teams in the league.

Key Player: Solomon Etezadi
The Apoxian defender's at the top of his game. It's hard to choose him as a key player over Risko Kâí, and indeed there's very little difference between the two players but, just like the Farf winger, there's a reason the Apoxian's considered by most the best player of his national team. He's just above everyone else in the league in every area. Most fans are worrying he might want to leave them in favour of a more challenging league, and it's not hard to see why.

Young Prospect: Fôrté Wínrôuge
Yes, yes. It's him. The player nobody in Farfadillis can stop talking about (apart from Ruy Monrazón). The hype around him has now surpassed Kâí's back in the day, and that says a lot. Ambidextrous, very tactically-aware, exquisite technique, he's got everything a player in his position could wish for. However, he's terrible defensively and his can be accused of laziness inside the pitch. Still, definitely the most important young prospect to pay attention to in the league right now. The fact that he's expected to bench Einarsson in a season or two is testament enough to just how good he can be.

Dí Maozöxê

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Manager:   Image Lütò Nônônô
Assistant: Image Jádson Curitiba

Prediction: 5th
Season 18: 3rd
Titles: FFL2 (10)
FTL (6)

GK: Image Xarvý Lôndôn
LB: Image Brááham Îfrahim
CB: Image Jâv Môllýerí
RB: Image Durýado Bârgan
LM: Image Pinsent Benzari
CM: Image Scott Fletcher---------
CM: Image Lüzân Dâ Mírnév
CM: Image Joan Fer Nonhagatte (C)
RM: Image Jïnbawín Ohfânâ
TQ: Image Tájö Çíânflöné
ST: Image Nicolás Jarvís

Lôndôn


Bârgan Môllýerí Îfrahim





Nonhagatte Dâ Mírnév Fletcher

Ohfânâ Benzari

Çíânflöné

Jarvís


Overview
Dí Maozöxê's a team hard to not like. They prely far too much in their academy to be constantly challenging for UICA spots. They even produce a very talented player for the national team every once in a while (think Mâás Fôx, Ivaktör Bârr and Rübéãn Tôr). They finished third last time around, but it's hard to see them performing like that this year, specially now that Pratt's gone. Fifth-place would still be a very reasonable objective, and they colud very well end up in a better position than that.

Strengths
Dí Maozöxê's chemistry has always been their most notable strength by quite some distance. The majority of this team has played together since their time in the youth academy, and those who have not ease into the team very easily thanks to the pleasant atmosphere in the dressing room. This translate very well into the pitch, as the players seem to be far more coordinated than any others. They're also a very experienced side, with most players having played at the very least over seven seasons of Farf football.

Weaknesses
Extended periods of being almost-winners have made Dí Maozöxê a side not very well prepared for title races. Pressure gets to them more than to other teams. They also lack a player that can decide a game by himself, with the exception of Fletcher and perhaps the exciting youngsters Çíânflöné, who despite having the skillset is still untested and Benzari, who we know very little about.

Key Player: Scott Fletcher
The Calanian is the leader of this team along with Joan Fer Nonhagatte, but unlike his teammate he is much more talented. Despite not playing in the centre of Nônônô's three-centre midfielder formation due to Dâ Mírnév's preference to play there, he's still the central part of Dí Maozöxê's build-up play, as well as the most important player defensively, at least as far as the midfield is concerned.

Young Prospects: Tájö Çíânflöné and Pinsent Benzari
The young trequartista's the cousin of Fôrté Wínrôuge who, funnily enough, plays for bitter rivals Mâ Âlâmëómë. Täjó plays as a trequartista, which means he's got an eye for defensive holes, as well as technique comparable to his cousin's. However, Çíânflöné's a player much more focused on scoring, and makes up for his not-so-exciting playmaking abilities with the lethality of a centreforward. Meanwhile, little do we know about Pinsent Benzari, but the surname says it all.

Avenida Leal

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Manager:   Image Mariano Saralegui
Assistant: Image Jorge Silva

Prediction: 4th
Season 18: 4th
Titles: FFL2 (9)


GK: Image Euforio Cristóbal
LB: Image Matías De Toro
CB: Image Emilio Leiva
RB: Image Krysia Bailey
LM: Image Dimitri Plovnarov
CM: Image Itxaso Zuazubiskar
CM: Image Ruy Monrazón
CM: Image Ostadar Arambilet (C)---
RM: Image Björg Spiro
ST: Image Curtcu Fuego
ST: Image Michael Richtie

Cristóbal


Bailey Leiva De Toro





Arambilet Monrazón Zuazubiskar

Spiro Plovnarov



Richtie Fuego


Overview
Avenida Leal could very well be the team with the best board in the league. The owner's a wealthy businessman who's not as whacky as the typical Farf, and he makes mostly sound decisions. Their squad's composed of bargains and academy products. They pick up players who've not succeeded as much as they would've wanted to in better teams (the most recent case being Buyanese midfielder Dimitri Plovnarov), they find the exciting youngsters before everyone else, sometimes abroad (think Ostadar Arambilet, born Astograthian), they bring up the next big things (Ruy Monrazón, for example). They do everything right, but they're not quite as wealthy as the two top teams of the league, at least not yet. This means they'll have to settle for Globe Cup spots for a while, at least until their sound management gets them to the very top.

Strengths
The Loyals' midfield is one of the best in the league, second only to Mâ Âlâmëómë's. It's worth noting all of them have been capped for their national teams. Spiro and Plovnarov are very talented wingers, but the three centre midfielders are the scariest. There's the Astograthian-Farf duo of Itxaso Zuazubiskar and Ostadar Arambilet (the latter actually played for Astograth), both very talented for the league, any then there's the exciting young prospect Ruy Monrazón, who has become a mainstay of the starting eleven due to having performed well above expectactions last season. Zuazubiskar's got the creative flair, Monrazón the defensive stability and Arambilet's got both things.

Weaknesses
Sadly, despite the presence of Krysia Bailey, who's by all means one of the best defenders in the league, the Loyal defense is not solid at all. Following the retirement of Serafino Ferrhe and Emiliano González last season, Matías De Toro and Emilio Leiva have made the step-up to the first team, but they're neither experienced nor have got evident greatness ahead of them. To make matters worse, Euforio Cristóbals' age is catching up to him.

Key Player: Ostadar Arambilet
Ostadar's been one of the league's best players for quite some time. Ever since he arrived from Astograth, the naturalized Farf has been making teams fear his long shots and playmaking. However, he's also great at tackling and intercepting, which makes him a very complete midfielder, and one any Farf team would die to have. He's now surrounded by more talented players than back when he arrived, which relieves him of the stress of being constantly focused on by opposing defenders and midfielders.

Young Prospect: Ruy Monrazón
Monrazón's by all means ahead of the curve. By quiet a lot. He's already capped for the national team at en extremely young age, and is already touted as Mêndêlöíndçêl's successor. It's not hard to see why, with the Faroleran's relentlessness and impressive defensive skillset, as well as acceptable offensive qualities making him eerily similar to his Rulandese 'predecessor'.

Flamagua

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Manager:   Image Agustín Tremendo
Assistant: Image Tristán Valija

Prediction: 9th
Season 18: 5th
Titles: FFL2 (11)
FNL (10)

GK: Image Román Briones
LB: Image Raúl Pichardo
CB: Image Iván Carreón
RB: Image Xandro Valentía
LM: Image Dieje Cauraná
CM: Image Rodrigo Benítez
CM: Image Emilio Fuentes (C)
RM: Image Emanuel Linares
OM: Image Walter Rincón
ST: Image Ramiro Félez
ST: Image Carlos Abrigo----------

Briones


Valentía Carreón Pichardo



Fuentes Benítez

Linares Cauraná


Rincón


Abrigo Félez


Overview
Flamagua's case is pretty similar to Dí Maozöxê's: a bunch of good but not great players with a lot of chemistry performing consistently above expectations. The team is as homegrown as they come: ten players from Puerto Farolero, and Dieje Cauraná from Ferdullaele. They've not got any kind of weird restrictions, but they've simply not got enough cash to make big signings or invest much in their academy. They've bene getting by just fine with the money José Torino Fuego left after moving to Mytannion. The money must be running out by now, though, so the future remains very much uncertain for the Flames.

Strengths
Abrigo's one of the best strikers in the league with his almost unmatched clinical finishing, while the chemistry the team has helps him get set up. They play a very offensive and fast-paced brand of football, and they've gotten to the point of perfecting it. The overall pace of their players, except their star, shouldn't be underestimated. Xandro Valentía, still on loan from Avenida Principal, is particularly pacey.

Weaknesses
Flamagua only has one currently-notable player, and if he's not on a good day the team will definitely suffer. It's true that Abrigo can change a game in a few seconds by getting just one chance, but they've not got any other players that can win a match for them. What's more, their defense hasn't been getting any better.

Key Player: Carlos Abrigo
One of the most efficient players of the league, his finishing makes any goalkeeper tremble. He's slow, yes, but he's still tremendously efficient. His lack of pace is what prevented him from being an all-time great - he's frequently dubbed "the slow Dandalleion". As you can imagine, a slow Friekder Dandalleion would still be a stunning player. That is Carlos.

Young Prospect: Taurino Fernández
The centreback's not broken through just yet, but he's shown he's very talented defensively - something Flamagua desperately needs - as well as pacey. His positioning is shaky, but there's nothing stopping him from fixing that part of his game.

Flying Jellyfish

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Manager:   Image Jan Lesauvage
Assistant: Image Gunnar Pajari

Prediction: 10th
Season 18: 6th
Titles: None


GK: Image Martín Porrhas
LB: Image David Alejandro
CB: Image Zinoviy Horn
RB: Image Deryck Kukharchuk
LM: Image Vojtech Gnesina
CM: Image Carlo Lombardo
CM: Image Toomas Assies
RM: Image Kilye Penrith----------
OM: Image Andreas Rask
ST: Image Sebastian Kristoffersen
ST: Image Zacharias Ituarte

Porrhas


Kukharchuk Horn Alejandro



Assies Lombardo

Penrith Gnesina


Rask


Ituarte Kristoffersen


Overview
Ah, the above-average guys. They've got a funny yet kickass name, a pretty nice logo and some cool kits. Sometimes it seems these things correlate with results for some mysterious reason. This is not really the case, however, as this team is a bit hard to notice at times. Always above mid-table. Sometimes below it, sometimes barely getting to the Globe Cup, but never too notable.

Strengths
The flanks are Flying Jellyfish's biggest asset by far. Penrith, Gnesina and Alejandro are their best players, in that order. Kukharchuk is also evidently talented, though a bit inexperienced. Ituarte is a very tall player, too, so you can expect him to be banging in a good number of goals from crosses.

Weaknesses
Horn's maybe the slowest player in the league at the age of thirty-nine, so he can't be expected to perform too well. Meanwhile, while Assies has been getting better and better, he's still not quite as good as he should be to compensate for Lombardo's lack of technical ability. The Sameban's probably as much of a weak link as Horn with his inconsistency. Also, Guldbrandsen's now retired, so they've lost quite a lot of experience.

Key Player: Kiley Penrith
Penrith may be inconsistent, but she can change games on her own if she's in-form. Her pace is great, even by Farf standards, while her workrate is impressive. She also helps out defensively, which is a bit of a rarity. Her crossing will be vital for Flying Jellyfish this time around, as there's finally a player that can make the most out of it with Zacharias up front.

Young Prospect: Deryck Kukharchuk
The young right back is pacey, has got great technique and can defend decently. He's small and gets tired a bit too easily, but if the team can fix that, they've got quite the academy product here. He took a bit more than most exciting prospects to break through, as he's now twenty one, but that just means he's more mentally-prepared for the challenges he'll face in the top flight.

Avenida Victoria

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Manager:   Image Eliseo Todora
Assistant: Image Felipe Pispauca

Prediction: 7th
Season 18: 7th
Titles: FFL (3 and 4)
FFL2 (1)

GK: Image Ascensión Ekvinter
LB: Image Marcelino Zavala
CB: Image Gonzalo Ibarra
CB: Image Félix Salamanca
RB: Image Spiridon Greig
LM: Image Yülàáê Mî
CM: Image Roldão D'cruze
RM: Image Gâyö Mî
OM: Image Ramón Fonseca
ST: Image Vasilije Østergård (C)
ST: Image Ronnie van Rijn--------

Ekvinter


Greig Salamanca Ibarra Zavala





Mî D'cruze Mî


Fonseca


van Rijn Østergård


Overview
Avenida Victoria were powerhouses not that long ago. They have fallen out of grace, however, and are now looking like a newer version of Flying Jellyfish with what some time ago would've been considered mediocre upper-midtable finishes year after year. They've been mostly sticking to the players that performed so well ten to fifteen years ago (some of them are still around), and that's probably been their downfall. They've now gone back to investing in foreign talent in a quest to regain their former glory. Who did they buy? Ronnie van Rijn, of Avenida Victoria.


Strengths
Their two strikers. Vasilije's got international experience, and despite his age can certainly make the difference on a good day. And then there's, of course, van Rijn, who plays for them. If he can keep up his NT form, the Victorians might just remember what it feels like to challenge for Champions' Cup spots.

Weaknesses
Their management. It's been pretty shitty for some years, with dodgy decisions everywhere. Best decision they've taken so far was probably signing Ronnie van Rijn. Second best? Probably officially renaming the team 'Avenida Victoria of Ronnie van Rijn'.

Key Player: Ronnie van Rijn
The Avenida Victoria player is a great player who can make the difference.

Young Prospect: Diego Arzate-Arteaga
The young rightback is likely to get considerable playing time replacing the Apoxian Spiridon Greig. He's as Farf a defender as they come: not a defender at all. He's got exquisite technique and great pace, but his defensive qualities do not make him stand out at all. He's very young though, and this can be remedied. Most likely, though, the Victorians will try to remedy it by essentially turning him into a right winger officially playing as a right back.

Avenida Principal

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Manager:   Image Alexander Mirasol
Assistant: Image Ernesto Ibáñez

Prediction: 3rd
Season 18: 8th
Titles: FFL (6 and 12)
AOCL (13)
FFL2 (4)
GK: Image Luke Charmander
LB: Image Karl Varsteeg-----------
CB: Image Kirum Mortonsson
RB: Image Adán Báez
DM: Image Aberdeen Salt
DM: Image Vareza Na'Noni
LM: Image Iñaki Ibarra
CM: Image Ferdinand Gottlieb
RM: Image Renato Capion
OM: Image Abuda (C)
ST: Image Elexhé Nofzaleiné

Charmander


Báez Mortonsson Varsteeg


Salt Na'Noni


Capion Gottlieb Ibarra


Abuda


Nofzaleiné


Overview
Avenida Principal are the third best team in Farfadillis. Historically, it's arguable. Recently, despite last season? Not so much. They're pretty rich, as their mostly foreign line-up shows. A nice youth academy, which has recently produced capped youngster Elexhé Nofzaleiné, and profits year after year seem to suggest they're here to stay. Last season sucked balls for them, but it was probably just a fluke.

Strengths
The Knights are solid everywhere. They're probably the most complete team in the league. They've not got a shaky defense kept together exclusively by one player, like Mâ Âlâmëómë and La Nueva Avenida, or bad offenses like the mediocre teams. Funny fact? Save for Adán Báez, all of their players have been capped. All of them. That statistic is only matched by Mâ Âlâmëómë.

Weaknesses
Unlike the big two, they don't have a player who can turn a game around by himself. If they did, they would probably have won a league or two in the last five seasons. Maybe if the board wasn't so tightfisted at times with signings... That said, if Iñaki Ibarra's form last season is anything to go by, they might've found the solution to the problem. But no guarantees.

Key Player: Karl Varsteeg
The Quebecois defender has been consistently one of the best in the league for some time now, but his injuries have been cause of concern. If he can stay fit, though, Avenida Principal are gonna have one truly tough defense. If they want to contend for the title, they're gonna have to cross their fingers.

Young Prospect: Elexhé Nofzaleiné
Elexhé's very well-known by now, but he's still the Kinght's most exciting young prospect. The striker's slower than average, yes, but his ball control, first touch, dribbling, passing, shooting, off-the-ball and just overall technique make up for it. He's just overall an extremely talented goalscorer, and a very resourceful one, which makes him just that much more unpredictable.


Fryi Frêndê

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Manager:   Image Germán Manzanero
Assistant: Image Ernesto Rigorales

Prediction: 6th
Season 18: 9th
Titles: None


GK: Image Jvgak Jruosir
LB: Image Josalvadoré Serrato
CB: Image Kaé Arquéan
RB: Image Ifarmé Ibrahim
DM: Image Basajaun Courtemanche (C)
LM: Image Aaliyah Rosa
CM: Image Drê Roys
RM: Image Frauxé Di Razambetti
OM: Image Tzukân Fîrá
ST: Image Vanessa Pfeiffauf
ST: Image Terry Hyme

Jruosir


Ibrahim Arquéan Serrato


Courtemanche


Di Razambetti Roys Rosa


Fîrá


Hyme Pfeiffauf


Overview
Fryi Frêndê is among the few teams that have played every professional season in the top flight. They've always been better than most teams, but very cautious in their spending. They do far too well for how little they spend, but they could be so much better if they combined their efficiency with a bigger budget. Overall, it's just hard to see them dropping too low, but it's frustrating seeing them refusing to become title contenders once again in favour of avoiding the risk of bankruptcy. A lot of credit should go to Manzanero, though, what he's done with this team is commendable.

Strengths
The Lions have got solid player in all areas, and tremendous players in none. Jack of all trades, master of none, often times better than a master of one.

Weaknesses
Besides their goalkeeper's unreliability, the Lions have got no weaknesses except their very same strength. They're not particularly good at anything, and that often punishes them when they're facing teams with weaknesses they could've exploited otherwise. i.e. a team with a slow fullback will suffer against a great winger.

Key Player: Basajaun Courtemanche
The defensive midfielder's a rock in defense, and not too shabby when it comes to offense. He's not the one pulling the strings, but he's the one who lets Fîrá and Roys do it with the backbone he provides. He's currently at the top of his game and, if his form last season is anything to go by, as a result he'll probably be among the best players of the league. A tier two player, though, as he's still not on the same level as some others like Risko Kâí, Cloudchaser and Solomon Etezadi.

Young Prospect: Jaudusé Valay
The right midfielder's a rare breed of footballer: a defensive one. Sort of defensive. Still, a rare breed for Farves. He's tactically-aware and is good at tackling, as well as covering the holes more offensive-minded players leave in the defense. He's not bad at crossing, dribbling and all the other things he should be good at, but his defensive abilities are what catch the eye.

Dor Frío

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Manager:   Image Sander Ottosen
Assistant: Image Rasmus Kjeldsen

Prediction: 8th
Season 18: 10th
Titles: FNL (11)
FFL2 (12)
SBCC (50)
GK: Image Albín Nilsson (C)
LB: Image Urbanó Abrahamsen
CB: Image Chris Hewitt
RB: Image Jalerrhé Ljungman
CM: Image Roberto Vinter
CM: Image Osvaldó Albertsson
AL: Image Cai Laakkonen
OM: Image Nitenseí Perspicatxa--
AR: Image Kyösti Henningsen
ST: Image Ruv Warkaiser
ST: Image Ravyk Krausen

Nilsson


Ljungman Hewitt Abrahamsen



Albertsson Vinter



Henningsen Perspicatxa Laakkonen



Krausen Warkaiser


Overview
Dor Frío are the only Farf team that have won a UICA competition. Also, they're the only Farf team to have reached consecutive finals of a UICA competition. And the only team to do it in that competition (SBCC). That's mostly the FFFF's stupid league system's fault than anything else, though. Dor Frío are still on the rise after being catapulted by their international success, though that happened some time ago.

Strengths
Their five most offensive players are very, very good. None of them NT-worthy, it's true, but they're above the league's average for sure. Perspicatxa's a very good playmaker, while Henningsen and Laakkonen are very fast, as well as good at crossing. Krausen and Warkaiser are tall guys. It all meshes together nicely, doesn't it? They're unlikely to hold onto Laakkonen (and Ljungman) for much longer, but they'll be taking the pitch this season and it'll be scary, at least for the teams not challenging for the title.

Weaknesses
Perspicatxa aside, the Dor Frío players who hold a more central role are not particularly good. Some, one could argue, are probably not even good enough for the FFL, as is the case with Nilsson and Albertsson. Nonetheless, not many teams try to exploit weaknesses in the centre in this league.

Key Player: Nitenseí Perspicatxa
Great long shooting and playmaking make every team at least slightly worried about how to deal with Nitenseí, who's probably not that far from being the best player in the league. As is the case with Courtemanche, he's not quite top tier, but he's close enough, and that makes him dangerous enough to lead a mid-table team like Dor Frío.

Young Prospect: Jallerrhé Ljungman
Pace, dribbling and crossing. The three most characteristic traits of a Farf fullback, who are actually more like wingbacks to the rest of the world. Ljungman's very good at all three, but he's also not terribly irresponsible defensively, unlike many promising fullbacks in the league (like, say, Drê Röènôùjýâ). If the manager can make him even better at defending, we have a future NTer right here, possibly Santos Alaminos' replacement.
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René Skaé Colonels

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Manager:   Image Eustache Girard
Assistant: Image Eysteinn D'aramitz

Prediction: 11th
Season 18: 11th
Titles: FAL (12)
FNL (13)
FFL2 (14)
GK: Image Haraldur Csorba
LB: Image Lucas Halmi
CB: Image Domonkos Antall
RB: Image Ari Marie
LM: Image Léonard László
CM: Image Gazsi Martel (C)
RM: Image Cristina Kowalczyk
OM: Image Dorian Sólyom
OM: Image Hannes Mercier-----------
ST: Image Séraphin Török
ST: Image Aurél Albert

Csorba


Marie Antall Halmi



Kowalczyk Martel László


Mercier Sólyom



Albert Török


Overview
If you'd mentioned René Skaé Colonels in a casual conversation around ten years ago, you'd most likely have been met with confusion. Not now, though, as the team has skyrocketed from amateur status to top flight mid-tableness. And the future looks bright. They've got a player that can only spring up once in a generation in a team like René Skaé. If Séraphin Török performs as many expect him to, he'll most likely be shipped off to some foreign country for considerable money. With that money, they could definitely start challenging for UICA spots if they invest it right. So, basically, this season will make or break the Colonels, and it will most likely all depend on one player, who is not even the best one in their team (at the moment of course, he's just eighteen).

Strengths
The Colonels are well-known for their ability to keep possession. They've got a fantastic playmaker in Mercier, and a great partner for him in Sólyom. The two offensive midfielders are great at splitting defenses apart, and as long as the strikers make something out of the chances they'll get, the Colonels will look scary to any team that can neither fight for possession better than them (like La Nueva Avenida) nor the lethal verticality to outscore them (like Mâ Âlâmëómë).

Weaknesses
René Skaé's offensive style usually leaves their defense completely open, which makes them likely to lose badly to the best teams, which consequently lowers the team's morale. You'll notice that they'll start a brief bad run whenever they play Mâ Âlâmëómë, for example. Their defenders are not very good, either, so this weakness is actually huge despite them being Farf.

Key Player: Hannes Mercier
A highly-intelligent player, Mercier has a pretty respectable claim for best playmaker in the league. Not as respectable as some others', but he's still top five in the league by all accounts. With Sólyom relieving him of heavy focusing from opposing defenses, Hannes will probably once again be carrying this team around. If Séraphin has the breakout season he's expected to have, it will be because of this guy.

Young Prospect: Séraphin Török
We can't stress this enough: Séraphin's not Rulandese, even if he's pretty diacritic-ridden. He's Shojercian, just like everybody on this team Kowalczyk notwithstanding. Török's a well-rounded striker with clinical finishing and stunning composure for a striker his age. He's eighteen. Farfadillis have traditionally produced many strikers that could wind up in the national team; some make it, many do not. Séraphin is most likely one of the earlier ones, but only time can tell.
Libertarian Ferdullaele

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Manager:   Image Gian Luciano
Assistant: Image Gustavo Nipo


Prediction: 12th
Season 18: 16th
Titles: FFL2 (8)


GK: Image Juan Ruiz
LB: Image Paranawê
CB: Image Manuel Lomarda
RB: Image Güz Dímâré
CM: Image Gastón Mos
CM: Image Aranfarrhé Ederé --------
AL: Image Salo Arthursson
OM: Image Mario Andaluzzei
AR: Image Johannes Handel
ST: Image Marco Forzza
ST: Image Terenzio Marcotti (C)

Ruiz


Dímâré Lomarda Paranawê



Ederé Mos



Handel Andaluzzei Arthursson



Marcotti Forzza


Overview
After last year's success, Libertarian Ferdullaele will be looking to cement their position back in the FFL once again. Their nation-wide scouting last season made them discover a bunch of players that ended up being worthy of this playing level. It does make one wonder if there's more Kâís and Dandalleions out there waiting to be discovered though... But anyway, their best player, Iñaki Ibarra, has left them to join Avenida Principal, but not without leaving a healthy amount of money behind. They've signed an Apoxian and a Sunrisian, that's all we know they've done with the money so far.

Strengths
The Liberdullaelans' versatile offense has always been their main asset. They can play high and low tempo, and they can attack through any part of the pitch. So basically, they can exploit the opponent's weaknesses much better than other teams. Of course, their attack is not as good as some others, but its versatility is still scary, specially to teams that have few but huge weaknesses.

Weaknesses
Defense is just not this team's department. Never has been, is not and never will be. Even their defenders are better at attacking than defending. Wouldn't be surprising if their goalkeeper was better at taking penalties than stopping them.

Key Player: Aranfarrhé Ederé
Ederé's one of the most experienced players in the league. A legend for the Ferdullaelan team's supporters. He might be looking slightly shabby on the pitch nowadays, but his presence in the dressing room is known to be vital to this team. He also has a tendency to turn up in more important games, so if they're battling relegation or facing an important team, expect Aranfarrhé to perform well above expectations.

Young Prospect: Paranawê
The Sunrisian's rumoured to be a very talented wingback. He's a pretty balanced one, but at such a young age, you'd have to be an idiot to believe he'll stay that way for long in a league like this. Expect Paranawê to possibly, just possibly, reach the Sunrisian NT some day. Maybe not, who knows? He's far too young and untested to know. He does have an awesome name, though.
Tympú

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Manager:   Image Lausarrhé Mará
Assistant: Image Rovio Zorotí

Prediction: 13th
Season 18: 14th
Titles: None


GK: Image Cesare Ferro
LB: Image Giambattista Mari
CB: Image Bartol Benini
CB: Image Pompeo Hlavac
RB: Image Benito Sebastino
LM: Image Kaé Dandofogué
CM: Image Sotomí Kaukú (C)-----
CM: Image Oliviero Dioli
RM: Image Gino Nieri
ST: Image Ermenegildo María
ST: Image Fausto Bencivenni

Ferro


Sebastino Hlavac Benini Mari





Nieri Dioli Kaukú Dandofogué





Bencivenni María


Overview
Tympú have been rising from the ashes lately, but it's hard to see them ever returning to contending for the title. They've been looking pretty solid the last few years, though, so at least they don't have to worry about relegation for now. At least not while Sotomí Kaukú still plays for them. Something that might worry Tympú fans, however, is that they've failed to produce any interesting young prospects. Gino Nieri's the closest they've gotten to that, and he won't set the league alight any time soon.

Strengths
Tympú's pretty balanced, but they worry opposing teams the most from set pieces. Last season, Kaukú showed that he could really take a free kick, and María and Bencivenni showed they could really head a ball. Expect a fair share of their goals to come from corner kicks and free kicks.

Weaknesses
They're not very good offensively. At least not when you leave set pieces out of the equation. They'll find it harder to score than any other team, probably, but that's just a sacrifice they've chosen to make by basically parking the bus with a 4-4-2.

Key Player: Sotomí Kaukú
A tremendous leader, a great playmaker, and more-than-decent set piece taker. A legend for Tympú fans, as he's been around for ages, and he stayed around when Tympú got relegated, in spite of the fact that he could've moved to almost literally any other Farf team. A man who truly loves the shirt.

Young Prospect: Urujan Mandillo
The centre midfielder is definitely not a very exciting prospect, but he's got the defensive and offensive skills to become a starter for Tympú someday. He's just nineteen, though, so he'll have to wait for that considering he's not the greatest thing since sliced bread.

Deportí Agaumi

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Manager:   Image Wetzel West
Assistant: Image Gian Dries

Prediction: 14th
Season 18: 15th
Titles: FFL2 (13)


GK: Image Calogero Metz--------
LB: Image Pantaleone Venetianer
CB: Image Marcos Rozanello
RB: Image Júsepp Tyraén
LM: Image Maximiliano Salvaí
CM: Image Erwin Nepi
CM: Image Roland Alvarado
RM: Image Darío Gabrielli
ST: Image Herbert Lando
ST: Image Régulo van Veen
ST: Image Hamlet Roux (C)

Metz


Tyraén Rozanello Venetianer





Gabrielli Alvarado Nepi Salvaí





Roux van Veen Lando


Overview
Deportí Agaumi have traditionally been easy to forget. That is still the case. They're mid-tableish but should worry about relegation if they have an off-season. They'll get relegated at some point in the next five seasons, probably, and then spring back up in a season or two. Then the process will repeat itself. That said, maybe they can change their luck with their new academy product Calogero Metz, who's already been called up to the senior national team. They won't be able to hold onto him for long, as they would probably prefer, but with a healthy sum of money, if they utilize it right, who knows what they might become?

Strengths
Agaumi's defense is definitely very boringly good. Rozanello, Venetanier and specially Tyraén are all very capable defenders, while Metz showed last season that he's one of the best goalkeeper in the league, even at such a young age. In fact, Rôhj Tzâín is probably the only goalkeeper better than him, but you knew that as he's the national team's starter. So yeah, Deportí's defense is good.

Weaknesses
Their offense, however? Tactically, they evidently dedicate an interesting number of players to it. They even play three out-and-out strikers. What's the problem, then? Well, they score far too little to really justify it. Not like they have too many other options, they just don't have a very thick squad. Yeah, that's also a weakness, they don't have many players to rotate.

Key Player: Calogero Metz
Metz is just too good for this team. Rumours have it he's already arranged a move out to a Cosumarite team. It's not known what team, but it is believed it's a pretty good one. He's a commanding presence in the dressing rooms, even at such a young age, and his positioning is just great. His diving is not as good as one would like, but his handling is, and that's a godsend for a Farf goalkeeper.

Young Prospect: Doras Nuite
The twenty-year old striker is likely to break into the starting eleven at some point this season. As we mentioned, Deportí lack any substance in that area, and Doras might be the answer for that. He's far too untested to immediately be thrown onto the pitch, but do expect him to get considerable playing time. This season will make or break him.

Gran Faro 70

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Manager:   Image Ettore Nizzola
Assistant: Image Ximo Viteri

Prediction: 15th
Season 18: 17th
Titles: FTL (13)


GK: Image Gregorio Savona
LB: Image Eliseo Vázquez
CB: Image Diego Boizão
RB: Image Enrique Guarneri
LM: Image Teodosio Ricchetti
CM: Image Blas Aiza
CM: Image Eloy Norrayola
RM: Image Lucho Abel (C)
OM: Image Valerio Negrini------
ST: Image Tom Oglethrop
ST: Image Quirino D'amore

Savona


Guarneri Boizão Vázquez



Norrayola Aiza

Abel Ricchetti


Negrini


D'amore Oglethrop


Overview
Gran Faro 70 is yet another team that skyrocketed into the top flight relatively recently. They've got the advantage of being a Faroleran team, like the countless Avenidas, which allows them to have fresh talent in their academy at all times. All Farf players in their starting line-up are academy products, while the other two are absolute unknowns that they snapped up with some uncreative scouting project set in Esportiva. They've been producing particularly interesting players lately - like Quirino D'amore and Eloy Norrayola - so we should probably expect them to sell them at some point and build a more sustainable business model after that. They're piss poor when compared to any team from the FFL, after all. Pretty poor by FFL2 standards, in fact.

Strengths
Despite their lack of evident individual talent, with Negrini a bit of an exception, Gran Faro 70's shown a very acute understanding of Farf tactics. The players know each other well, too, though they don't reach Dí Maozöxê levels of team chemistry.

Weaknesses
Their big weakness hasn't changed since last season: the best thing you could say about Gregorio Savona as a goalkeeper is that he must be a great person.

Key Player: Valerio Negrini
Inconsistent, yes, but he'll turn games around on his own on a good day. Whenever he's having an off-day, though, Gran Faro can bear it. He's a great playmaker with a knack for the unexpected, but he's not an indispensable part of the Farolerans' hopes this season. Many fans hope he takes Norrayola under his wing, but to be honest that sounds more problematic than not, as Valerio doesn't have the most professional of attitudes...

Young Prospect: Eloy Norrayola
Part of the U18WC squad, Eloy will be a starter this upcoming season, as Gran Faro will be looking to develop him as much as possible. He plays as a centre midfielder. He's more an Alex Terán-type of centre midfielder than a Yurpá Mêndêlöíndçêl-type. So, yeah, basically, he's very good offensively, but defensively not so much. Still, one very exciting prospect for the Farolerans.
Ravasha

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Manager:   Image Molto Mutatamba
Assistant: Image Nahuel D'ambrosio


Prediction: 16th
Season 18: 12th
Titles: FTL (15)


GK: Image Ezkidi Goyaolarte
LB: Image Rondão Rüjíkán
CB: Image Aliser Riktor
RB: Image Lucián Madrid
CM: Image Sifoné Sukuramata
CM: Image André Reneré
AL: Image Antonio Quintanilla
OM: Image Drý Fâík
AR: Image Drê Nrâgz --------------
ST: Image Masha Romanov
ST: Image Kriekser Letallé (C)

Goyaolarte


Madrid Riktor Rüjíkán



Reneré Sukuramata



Nrâgz Fâík Quintanilla



Letallé Romanov


Overview
The potpourri team of the league. They've got Farf players frome every background. Poverty-stricken Rulandese, upper-middle class Ferdullaelans, and players from pretty much every state except Karuvis because who cares about them so fuck them. Ravasha are newcomers to the entire system when compared to the other teams, but it looks like they'll settle down just fine. They've also got a pretty avant-garde crest, and that can't hurt their chances.

Strengths
Their midfield is pretty stacked for a midtable team. They've recently signed André Reneré on a free. Once a DBC winner (as a substitute, mind), the Farf-Valladar midfielder just couldn't reach an agreement with Avenida Principal and set his sights on Ravasha. Why, exactly? No idea, he could've aimed for something better, but he's here, and along with Fâík and Nrâgz, he's gonna be part of a midfield that will inspire respect from any team. So yeah their midfield is strong.

Weaknesses
Riktor, Goyaolarte and Quintanilla are all exciting prospects, but they're too young to be worth starting them, surely? A case could be made for Quintanilla, a starter last DBC (how did that one go for us, anyway?), but the Apoxian and the Sunrisian are very much untested. Their inexperience will most likely show.

Key Player: Drê Nrâgz
A typical Farf winger with the added bonus of actually being decent defensively. A rare breed indeed. He could've moved to a better team last transfer window, but he opted to stay at the club that's given him everything for just one more season. After that, he's expected to move to Avenida Principal, Avenida Leal, Dí Maozöxê or maybe some foreign club. Definitely one of the best wingers the league has to offer.

Young Prospect: Aliser Riktor
We'll be honest, we know little about the Apoxian. We just know the age, the position, and the fact that Mutatamba will be starting his new signing. Notice how we've written all that while staying gender-neutral? That's because we don't even know whether we're talking about a he or a she. But oh well, surely the board know what they're doing?
Duyrmyta Fau

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Manager:   Image Leroy Nomato
Assistant: Image Resurgido Renato


Prediction: 17th
Season 18: Champions (FFL2)
Titles: FFL2 (18)
FNL (12 and 16)

GK: Image Dîègô D’Âmätö
LB: Image Alexis Faransa
CB: Image Gabriel Sanmorales
RB: Image Fêlìx Gálló
DM: Image Branquinho
LM: Image Lúcio Srrhegüené (C)
CM: Image Alfonsé Curutchet
RM: Image Ômâr Tlâhu------------
OM: Image Waldirio Instinti
ST: Image Sátúrnìn Vélâ
ST: Image Nevada Tarantola

D’Âmätö


Gálló Sanmorales Faransa



Branquinho

Srrhegüené Curutchet Tlâhu

Instinti



Tarantola Vélâ


Overview
Duyrmyta Fau have been performing far above expectations as of late, and it's mostly because they've done what other teams apparently haven't dared to yet: they've looked for talent in Ruland. D’Âmätö, Gálló Vélâ and Tlâhu were all snapped up by them before the big Rulandese teams, and that has allowed them to build a squad superior to their equals'. Now they're in the FFL, though, so don't expect them to set the world alight. They're expected to barely avoid relegation, but they might not manage even that.

Strengths
Duyrmyta Fau's wingers are pretty good. Srrhegüené is at the top of his game, so expect him to torture opposing defenses with pace and mad skillz. Tlâhu, meanwhile, has a much higher workrate and is much more well-rounded, helping out both the defense and the offense. He's got that youthful drive expected from twenty four-year old, too.

Weaknesses
Duyrmyta Fau's defense is quite inexperienced, and frankly not really good. There has to be a reason why they're fielding a sixteen-year old like Branquinho, after all. Expect them to concede a good bit.

Key Player: Ômâr Tlâhu
As said, Ômâr is a very complete midfielder-winger sort of thing. Farf positions sure are difficult to name... Anyway, he's got a fantastic workrate and great skills both offensively and defensively. So expect him to help out the team scoring goals, while at the time alleviating the team from the opposing offense to varying results cause, I repeat, Duyrmyta Fau's defense sucks.

Young Prospect: Branquinho
He's sixteen and he'll be starting this season. We're not quite sure what Duyrmyta Fau's manager's idea is, but we're willing to bet it's not a good one. Either way, he's got the ball control and vision to make Fau fans hopeful, but his defending leaves something to be desired. Not to mention he's behind the curve physically, and there's nothing to be done about it for at least a few years.
Geyinstanles United

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Manager:   Image Francis Fougué
Assistant: Image Rancisc Frauxalá


Prediction: 18th
Season 18: 13th
Titles: None


GK: Image Garro Irrhemaenen
LB: Image Arsene Allard
CB: Image Saratay Garefté
RB: Image Írvín Örôvánèälãó
LM: Image Leonhard Arambauzá
CM: Image Alessandro Fierrhe (C)
CM: Image Leónidas Echigo
RM: Image Lounoi Aká ------------
OM: Image Manhosa
ST: Image Juan Alsa
ST: Image Rüj Mülôtý

Irrhemaenen


Örôvánèälãó Garefté Allard



Echigo Fierrhe

Aká Arambauzá


Manhosa


Mülôtý Alsa


Overview
Geyinstanles United's recent 'success' - that is avoiding being a yo-yo team - may or may not come to an end soon. Nobody's sure. They've got players that could keep them afloat, but they've also got players that could sink them like an iceberg. They also have one player, Leonhard Arambauzá, that could make them rise faster than a diver's fart.

Strengths
Aká and Arambauzá, just like last season, are United's two best players. Aká's by far their oldest player and, though he now lacks pace, he's still heads and shoulders above all other players in the team that do not share the first and last letter of his surname, accent included. Arambauzá, meanwhile, is just not very experienced but he's definitely got a lot of talent and pace. Expect them to make things hard for opposing kamikaze wingbacks.

Weaknesses
Aká's been their top scorer for the last four seasons. What does that tell you about their strikers and offensive midfielder? That said, Juan Alsa might be a step up from Jorge Mota, so maybe their biggest weakness will be mitigated a bit this season. They've also got a tendency to rely a bit too much on their wingers, so they'll suffer against teams with defensively-good fullbacks, like Avenida Principal and La Nueva Avenida.

Key Player: Lounoi Aká
If life were totally fair, Aká would've probably gotten a cap or two at the top of his game. He coincided with Risko Kâí, who is undeniably top three for best Farf player in history, and Mâás Fôx, who's probably at least top six, unfortunately for him, so he's got no caps to show for his talent. That doesn't make him any less dangerous, even at his age, however. He's well above United's level, but he's stayed loyal throughout his career. Sure says a lot about him.

Young Prospect: Leonhard Arambauzá
Arambauzá will probably end up being roughly as good as Aká. They're eerily similar: same first letter for their name and surname, same last letter, accent included, for their last name. What's more, Leonhard's parents allegedly almost named him 'Leonardi'. And, more importantly, he's got almost exactly the same playing style: he's crafty and pacey, and not totally irrelevant defensively. He may or may not end up starting for the senior team some day, it's hard to tell. Maybe he's bound to suffer Lounoi's fate and coincide with some of the best players in Farf history. With wingers like Jê Çìró, Monuele Ribaurésilion and Navarro Lo Squadro coming up, that may very well be the case.
Sent 01

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Manager:   Image Illi Massa
Assistant: Image Djemaimí Nouclú


Prediction: 19th
Season 18: 3rd (FFL2)
Titles: FFL2 (15)


GK: Image Yundini Fa (C)
LB: Image Cristian Catuso
CB: Image Karla Pirolet
RB: Image Traché Russo
LM: Image Alexis Arrendé
CM: Image Rid Manquis
CM: Image Walter Surpassa
RM: Image Ská Twéré
OM: Image Iellwen Tathmiel ------------
ST: Image Daniel Toluca
ST: Image Cobolé Martesa

Fa


Russo Pirolet Catuso



Surpassa Manquis

Twéré Arrendé


Tathmiel


Martesa Toluca


Overview
Sent 01 are finally back! Though they are still shit, they're not as shit as in the past few years, so that's good for them. Maybe, just maybe, they'll avoid relegation this time around. There is one sign that points towards that: Ská Twéré, a Rulandese winger owned by Avenida Principal, has been loaned to them. This will probably remind fans of the time when Çis Dragãozý came on loan and almost single-handedly saved them from relegation. Can Twéré help the Vanorian Tathmiel in saving Sent 01 from relegation? He sure can help, but actually saving this team will be hard.

Strengths
Sent 01 were a pretty good offensively back when they constantly avoided relegation by the skin of their teeth. They are still reasonably good. Yes, their biggest strength is being 'reasonably good' offensively. Tathmiel and Twéré can cause problems to other defenses, plus Arrendé and Toluca are probably good enough for a team that can safely avoid relegation.

Weaknesses
Their defense is so laughable they bought a seventeen-year old Apoxian and are definitely gonna be starting her. What's worse, she'll probably be their best defender. It's just sad, really.

Key Player: Iellwen Tathmiel
The only Vanorian to ever play in the FFL, Iellwen is probably the best player Sent 01 has ever had, after Dragãozý, who they didn't actually own. Pretty good playmaking, surprisingly good dribbling skills, and basically being good enough for a mid-table team is enough to be a key player for this mediocre team.

Young Prospect: Karla Pirolet
The Apoxian is actually pretty good, at least for her age. But that's it. Expect her to suffer the overwhelming wrath of Farf offense from all teams with little to no support from the offensive wingbacks. This season will make or break her. Most likely absolutely break her.
Tifón De La Costa

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Manager:   Image Ernesto Malogros
Assistant: Image Gustavo Perea


Prediction: 20th
Season 18: 2nd (FFL2)
Titles: FFL (6)
FNL (5)

GK: Image Inocente Stano
LB: Image Delmar Nardelli
CB: Image Adán Bomba
RB: Image Federico Tajante ------------
LM: Image Retizo Delacrúz
CM: Image Pablo Fuego (C)
CM: Image Cornelio Nová
RM: Image Leonardo Torero
OM: Image Ezequiel Granada
ST: Image Lucas Pappa
ST: Image Felipe Gurulo

Stano


Tajante Bomba Nardelli



Nová Fuego

Torero Delacrúz


Granada


Gurulo Pappa


Overview
Tifón De La Costa have (briefly) been in the top flight before. And now they're back. They were pretty bad back then, but a team chemistry twice as good as Dí Maozöxê's, owed to the fact that all players were part of the same group of friends, made them suck less than expected. They're slightly different nowadays, but still mostly the same. A bunch of friends lucky enough to be actually pretty good at kicking a ball around, who are sadly not good enough at that to avoid relegation. As a sidenote, they've got Pablo Fuego, brother of Lorenzo and José Torino, capped Farf players.

Strengths
As mentioned, their biggest and pretty much only strength is their chemistry. They've got a few decent players here and there, but they'd probably be a third-tier team without the shocking understanding their players have.

Weaknesses
Everything else.

Key Player: Federico Tajante
Tajante was an exciting youngster last time Tifón De La Costa were in the league. Now he's by far their best player. He's great with the ball, without it, and he actually defends very well. He could probably move to an upper-mid-table team if he so desired. But friendship is worth staying in Tifón. Ah... how sickening.

Young Prospect: Cornelio Nová
Son of a Farf man and an Apoxian woman, Cornelio is a very exciting youngster. He's got great vision and dribbling, as well as a commendable workrate. Right now, it's very hard to tell just how far he'll get. But it's safe to bet that he'll get reasonably far if he decides to let go of friendship.
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Season 19


Well, the season's over and it's been exciting even if unsurprising. There were surprises (think Flying Jellyfish 9-0 La Nueva Avenida), there were goal fests (Mâ Âlâmëómë 6-5 Dí Maozöxê anyone?), there were scheduling problems (FFFF!) and, of course, shot referees.

The winners were, very shockingly, Mâ Âlâmëómë. Their squad's basically got the best player of the league in every position save for the fullbacks and arguably a few midfielders, so no surprises there. Solomon Etezadi had a fantastic season, showing everyone else how you should play in a Farf high line (if only the Apoxian manager learned how defense should be played...). Most successful tackles, most interceptions, most headers... you name it! Etezadi was not the only one who helped the Greens win their record seventh title, however, as Risko Kâí scored a twenty-seven goals from the winger-striker-whatever position Tíbürçíö Çótâvié makes him play in. But Kris Campbell's performance was also very much key. Scoring twenty-five goals, he was way ahead of the competition for the ideal XI centreforward spot. Kaj Aurora's more supporting role saw her score a lot less than her left flank counterpart, but her goals+assist tally was still very much impressive; her contribution shouldn't be taken lightly. Svenbjorn Einarsson, despite his age, managed to remind us of his prime self a few times, scoring and assisting at important times, while keeping more than decent stats. Johan Tijgers Landhuis had a very consistent season, showing class playmaking and defending throughout. Rôhj Tzâín was very solid in goal, as you'd come to expect from the best goalkeeper in the league. Jack Hawke, Kühâx and Drê Röènôùjýâ had very respectable seasons as well. Finally, Fôrté Wínrôuge hasn't quite managed to displace Einarsson just yet, but his sub appearances must've left lasting impressions to everyone watching.

La Nueva Avenida may not have managed to hold onto the title, but it probably wasn't a very realistic goal with Mâ Âlâmëómë's form. Cloudchaser must be getting pretty tired by now. Second-best player of the season means that's two silver medals to show for the effort. Top of the assists chart, as expected, while maintaining an interesting goal tally for a playmaking-focused midfielder. Horacio Cornelio also had a pretty good season, though getting assists from the best playmaker in the league it shouldn't be too hard. Spencer Fox was also pretty good, though his aging has started to detriment his performances. Café and Cristobal Bustos, who's now hung his boots, did a great job at controlling the midfield, though neither of them ended up making it into the ideal XI. Tor Hedegaard had another of his good-but-not-great seasons, even though he was played out on the wing as Grant Pickton started feeling Farfly creative. Toli Sottosanti had a rather disappointing season, though at his age that was expected, and he did show flashes of brilliance. The Novans will be looking to buy a replacement for him, as well as a club to loan him to.

Avenida Leal very nearly made it into the Champions' Cup, but it was not meant to be. They displayed great football almost every game, but losing a few key matches, as well as dropping a few points under inexplicable circumstances, rendered them unable to one-up their usual performances. Nonetheless, the Loyals will be satisfied with how the season went. Fan-favourite Ostadar Arambilet was tremendous for them, scoring and assisting even more than we expected, as well as contributing sizably defensively. Krysia Bailey's performances were very much rock solid, too. She's cemented herself as one of the best defenders in the league. Exciting Farf youngster Ruy Monrazón got the young player of the season award, surprising absolutely nobody at all. His defensive contribution was fantastic, and his offensive contribution was acceptable by Farf standards. He's got a commanding presence inside the pitch, even at his age.

Avenida Principal probably expected to do better, but after last season they'll be more than happy with fourth place. Quebecois NTer Karl Varsteeg's performances ensured their defense would look solid. Solid enough for him to be nominated for best player of the season, in fact. One of the Knights' favourite players, Abuda, also had a fairly good season, though not one on Varsteeg's level. Iñaki Ibarra definitely adapted seamlessly to his new team, and probably ensured a spot in the up coming AOCAF Cup's Farf squad. Elexhé Nofzaleiné scored quite a lot, and probably ensure a spot for himself as well. Finally, Vareza Na'Noni performed very well, but fans believe he can give the team even more once he adapts to Farf football.

Dí Maozöxê barely made it to the Globe Cup, but that's enough for a team that's undergoing a bit of a transition. Scott Fletcher's experience definitely helped the team; his performances did likewise. He sure doesn't look his age when playing. Pinsent Benzari, yes, that guy's son (also, no, not Jakobo Tenzari's relative), was fantastic for his age, looking like he's been a part of the football scene his entire life. In a way, that's true, but it was still surprising how poise he looked on the pitch. Tájö Çíânflöné, Fôrté Wínrôuge's cousin, also had an unexpectedly good season. Rumours have it he'll be leaving for Vanorian giants Raynor City United. Lüzân Dâ Mírnév also looked far too good for his age. Finally, Joan Fer Nonhagatte's shown that age is maybe not as important as we thought. When this man retires, we'll look at the fact that he never earned a single cap for our NT with shock.

Libertarian Ferdullaele's performances this season were probably a fluke, but it can't be denied that Aranfarrhé Ederé, Johannes Handel and, finally, the exciting Sunrisian youngster Paranawê showed class. The entire team looked far more solid than expected, though. René Skaé Colonels also had a season their fans will remember, as Cristina Kowalczyk proved to be the signing of the season, leading them alongside Hannes Mercier and Séraphin Török, who was nominated for best young player. Flamagua also had a nice season, though it was much more expected in their case. Carlos Abrigo, Walter Rincón and Xandro Valentía, loaned out by Avenida Principal, has great seasons.

Ravasha did fairly well. Drê Nrâgz's performances probably singal he's destined for a move elsewhere. Also, André Reneré's probably making Avenida Principal regret the decision of letting him go. The Avenida Victoria of Ronnie van Rijn had a fairly average season, but the Krytenian did not. His overhead kick against Fryi Frêndê almost won best goal of the season, and he scored and assisted a whole fucking lot, even if he didn't end up featuring in the top five for goalscorers. Ascensión Ekvinter had a very good season in goal. Gran Faro 70 had a season in which they were comfortably far from relegation pretty much all of the time, mostly thanks to Valerio Negrini's playmaking and Quirino D'amore's clinical finishing. Eloy Norrayola looked like a very interesting prospect, but it's still to early to tell how good he may end up being.

Tympú and Geyinstanles United did pretty much as expected. Sotomí Kaukú was the only notable player Tympú had, while Lounoi Aká and Leonhard Arambauzá carried United out of the red zone. Fryi Frêndê had a season to forget, as Basajaun Courtemanche's constant injuries left them without their most important player. Tzukân Fîrá and Terry Hyme were fairly good, though.

Tifón De La Costa were definitely the biggest surprise this season. Not only did they avoid relegation (betting odds were 1000 Feardallis for every 1 Feardallis), but they did it by four whole points. Federico Tajante was tremendous, while Cornelio Nová proved to be, at the very least, someone everyone should watch out for in the future.

Flying Jellyfish had an awfully inconsistent season. Like, stunningly inconsistent. Bizzarre. By Farf standards. They dropped points under inexplicable circumstances (being 3-0 down against them by the eightieth minute didn't mean it was over in two occasions). Yet, at the same time, they thrashed the Novans twice, in one case (that we mentioned at the beginning) 9-0. Nine. Fucking. Nil. Kilye Penrith did pretty well, though not as expected. Toomas Assies looked pretty good, too, though there's rumours he's leaving after this season, as Flying Jellyfish need to make a bit of money to pay off debt. Dor Frío were unexpectedly bad, but thankfully for them they didn't go down, even if only by the skin of their teeth. Still a close shave, though, so they shouldn't keep their guard down next season just because they have a fairly talented squad. Nitenseí Perspicatxa had a good season, but definitely not one that will earn him a call up to the Farf national team as some believed. Cai Laakkonen and his youthful vigour were among the better things the Frionite team had to offer, as well as an exciting prospect in Jallerrhé Ljungman, who is rumoured to be leaving at pretty much any time now.

Finally, in the red zone, Duyrmyta Fau just couldn't avoid yo-yoing back into FFL2, even though Ômâr Tlâhu and Lúcio Srrhegüené had very good seasons. Sent 01 couldn't be kept afloat by Ská Twéré, who nonetheless probably earned some respect from Alexander Mirasol, and that's all that matters to him as he'll go back to Avenida Principal next season. Iellwen Tathmiel showed that capped Vanorians are not the only talented ones, though he didn't really set the world alight. Finally, Deportí Agaumi ended up rock-bottom. The only salvageable performances were those of Júsepp Tyraén and Calogero Metz, who played pretty well in spite of having the worst defense of the league in front of him. He did end up one goal shy from a hundred, though, so he didn't impress too much. Enough for a move out, though? Definitely. He's still likely to end up starting for the NT at some point, after all.

The Boom! Best Player award went to Solomon Etezadi, surprising perhaps one or two people in the nation. Second place went to Cloudchaser, though it was pretty much a toss-up between her and Risko Kâí. Maybe people were sick of Mâ Âlâmëómë getting all of the awards, though maybe Risko was at an advantage because he's national hero and it's Farves voting. Karl Varsteeg was some way off the top three, but he was definitely the fourth best player of the season. Finally, Ostadar Arambilet ended up fifth, though his nomination was definitely controversial, as many argued it should've gone to Kris Campbell.

The Boom! Golden Boot went to Risko Kâí. The original idea was to decide the winner with voting, but after a half-hour long conversation between a mathematician and the FFFF's president, it was decided that the player with the most goals would automatically be awarded the award.

The Boom! Young Player award went to Ruy Monrazón. As in Etezadi's case, perhaps a person or two were not completely expecting it. Nofzaleiné got second place, as he did score eighteen goals after all. Benzari got third place, and there wasn't much to complain about. Finally, Török beat Çíânflöné rather narrowly. This is probably heralding the fact that they'll be fighting for starting spot in the national team at some point soon.

The Boom! Best Goal award went to Fôrté Wínrôuge's wondergoal against Dí Maozöxê. With the match tied five-all and only two minutes to spare, the Rulandese midfielder decided to play super sub by dribbling five players and chipping the ball over Dí Maozöxê goalkeeper Xarvý Lôndôn. Ronnie van Rijn's overhead kick against Fryi Frêndê came in second, as we mentioned earlier, while Cloudchaser's goal against Deportí Agaumi got third place for being an inferior version of Wínrôuge's goal. Einarsson's goal against Flamagua came in fourth for being the best screamer of the season, while Risko Kâí's goal against La Nueva Avenida got fifth, as it was a fantastic display of how counterattacking should be done, and it was an important goal.

There have been worries over the health of the award winners, as Boom! decided to make the trophies out of Uranium, what with being a Uranium mining company. Stay tuned.

---Image Team                     Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts ---------------
-1 Image Mâ Âlâmëómë 38 23 8 7 111 61 +50 77 Champions------
2 Image La Nueva Avenida 38 22 6 10 85 60 +25 72 Champions' Cup-
-3 Image Avenida Leal 38 21 8 9 83 53 +30 71 Globe Cup------
4 Image Avenida Principal 38 22 3 13 82 65 +17 69 Globe Cup------
5 Image Dí Maozöxê 38 20 4 14 79 67 +12 64 Globe Cup------

6 Image Libertarian Ferdullaele 38 18 8 12 83 61 +22 62----------------
7 Image René Skaé Colonels 38 18 8 12 81 69 +12 62----------------
8 Image Flamagua 38 15 11 12 66 62 +4 56----------------
9 Image Ravasha 38 16 6 16 77 76 +1 54----------------
10 Image Avenida Victoria 38 15 7 16 63 69 −6 52----------------
11 Image Gran Faro 70 38 14 7 17 77 76 +1 49----------------
12 Image Tympú 38 13 10 15 64 64 0 49----------------
13 Image Geyinstanles United 38 14 6 18 58 75 −17 48----------------
14 Image Fryi Frêndê 38 12 8 18 62 79 −17 44----------------
15 Image Tifón De La Costa 38 13 5 20 58 97 −39 44----------------
16 Image Flying Jellyfish 38 13 4 21 75 66 +9 43----------------
17 Image Dor Frío 38 10 11 17 68 87 −19 41----------------
18 Image Duyrmyta Fau 38 12 4 22 48 75 −27 40 Relegated------
19 Image Sent 01 38 11 5 22 62 85 −23 38 Relegated------
20 Image Deportí Agaumi 38 10 7 21 64 99 −35 37 Relegated------

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Image Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Round 4
Image Image Solomon Etezadi 298 326 408 689--
Image Image Cloudchaser 250 281 297 311--
Image Image Risko Kâí 224 267 295 -----
Image Image Karl Varsteeg 116 126 --- -----
Image Image Ostadar Arambilet 112 --- --- -----

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Image Goals
Image Image Risko Kâí 27--
Image Image Kris Campbell 25--
Image Image Horacio Cornelio 20--
Image Image Çis Dragãozý 19--
Image Image Elexhé Nofzaleiné 18--

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Image Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Round 4
Image Image Ruy Monrazón 335 386 447 564--
Image Image Elexhé Nofzaleiné 263 293 343 436--
Image Image Pinsent Benzari 176 190 210 -----
Image Image Séraphin Török 122 131 --- -----
Image Image Tájö Çíânflöné 104 --- --- -----

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Image Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Round 4
Image Image Fôrté Wínrôuge 478 489 499 584--
Image Image Ronnie van Rijn 262 265 285 416--
Image Image Cloudchaser 209 214 216 -----
Image Image Svenbjorn Einarsson 031 032 --- -----
Image Image Risko Kâí 020 --- --- -----

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---Image Team                       Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts----------------
-1 Image Gorfalle Town 38 19 9 10 91 72 +19 66 Champions------
-2 Image Fragardallians 38 19 8 11 86 69 +17 65 Promoted-------
3 Image Prostran I Forzuda 38 18 11 9 81 70 +11 65 Promoted-------

4 Image Rivijera 38 19 7 12 90 75 +15 64----------------
5 Image DÖÂÉZ 38 17 11 10 74 68 +6 62----------------
6 Image 1.FC Ledved Mountain Oxen 38 16 11 11 74 66 +8 59----------------
7 Image Koloko 38 18 4 16 84 82 +2 58----------------
8 Image Feardallis' Wanderers 38 17 7 14 64 71 −7 58----------------
9 Image Friguista Farfa 38 15 8 15 82 78 +4 53----------------
10 Image Silver and Gold 38 15 6 17 71 76 −5 51----------------
11 Image Ferdullaele 38 13 11 14 83 89 −6 50----------------
12 Image Tu Ti 38 12 13 13 71 75 −4 49----------------
13 Image Dô Fäéýkô 38 14 7 17 81 88 −7 49 Relegated (FTL)
14 Image Rülândéá Côstä 38 14 5 19 61 69 −8 47 Relegated (FTL)

15 Image Araujana Dimaraurrhé 38 13 8 17 80 90 −10 47----------------
16 Image Ñandfe 38 11 13 14 69 71 −2 46----------------
17 Image Madorre De Fuego 38 13 6 19 70 74 −4 45 Relegated (FNL)
18 Image Foraé 38 11 11 16 70 68 +2 44 Relegated (FTL)
19 Image Dus Poté 38 12 5 21 70 87 −17 41 Relegated (FNL)
20 Image Mein Dief Honsson 38 9 9 20 67 81 −14 36 Relegated (FNL)


Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Jonder Trains 38 20 12 6 91 63 +28 72 Champions
2 Desert Titans 38 19 10 9 97 82 +15 67 Promoted
3 Ausharmuj Marusi 38 15 13 10 87 79 +8 58 Promoted
4 Fragrafagardanialles 38 15 12 11 88 82 +6 57
5 Outsiders 38 16 7 15 76 76 0 55
6 Lasupi 38 15 8 15 80 69 +11 53
7 Isky Novara 38 14 11 13 86 84 +2 53
8 Gre Gran Chacó 38 16 5 17 81 83 −2 53
9 Primera, Segunda y Tercera 38 14 11 13 84 87 −3 53
10 Karuvis Milajonovic 38 16 5 17 66 73 −7 53
11 Feardallis' Unidos 38 14 10 14 73 68 +5 52
12 Guja Guti Milllaro Fita 38 14 10 14 84 83 +1 52
13 Ferdullaele Unidos 38 13 12 13 80 85 −5 51
14 Llefraga 38 13 11 14 79 72 +7 50
15 Darfallá Greens 38 13 10 15 76 86 −10 49
16 Ande 38 12 10 16 67 76 −9 46
17 Ondeta 38 10 13 15 85 97 −12 43
18 FOMT 38 10 12 16 74 79 −5 42
19 Frion Libertas 38 11 9 18 77 96 −19 42
20 Daorho Moro 38 10 9 19 65 76 −11 39 Relegated


Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Vetar Trg 38 24 7 7 88 64 +24 79 Champions
2 Avenida Decepción 38 24 6 8 108 61 +47 78 Promoted
3 Green Ruland 38 23 9 6 117 75 +42 78 Promoted
4 Montesol Grande 38 23 7 8 87 56 +31 76
5 Club de Fútbol Raynor 38 23 7 8 113 84 +29 76
6 Avenida Azulada 38 22 6 10 82 59 +23 72
7 Upaléi Guerrheres 38 17 6 15 78 81 −3 57
8 Argonna Diguarâ 38 14 9 15 70 78 −8 51
9 Avenida Natal 38 14 7 17 88 90 −2 49
10 Avenida de la Cruz 38 11 13 14 87 88 −1 46
11 Eterna 38 12 10 16 71 86 −15 46
12 Fortín de Puerto Farolero 38 13 6 19 79 90 −11 45
13 Shotomalpa Falla 38 13 6 19 80 106 −26 45
14 Errekochoa Supernovas 38 14 2 22 81 101 −20 44
15 Setenta y Siete Abejas 38 12 7 19 70 90 −20 43
16 Club de Fútbol Yuba 38 12 4 22 68 81 −13 40
17 Torrhe del Viento 38 10 10 18 81 97 −16 40
18 Shotomalpa Drops 38 11 4 23 77 89 −12 37
19 Shotomalpa Blues 38 7 12 19 65 85 −20 33
20 Punta del Torde 38 8 8 22 59 88 −29 32 Relegated


Farf Torde-Norde Coupé
Jonder Trains 0–2 Vetar Trg

Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Mâ Âlâmëómë 38 24 11 3 106 50 +56 83 Champions
2 Gran Faro 70 38 23 7 8 115 58 +57 76
3 La Nueva Avenida 38 24 3 11 125 65 +60 75
4 Avenida Leal 38 19 9 10 119 63 +56 66
5 Dí Maozöxê 38 18 9 11 87 73 +14 63
6 Libertarian Ferdullaele 38 17 11 10 98 77 +21 62
7 Avenida Victoria 38 18 8 12 79 59 +20 62
8 Deportí Agaumi 38 16 11 11 81 83 −2 59
9 Flamagua 38 15 7 16 89 92 −3 52
10 Avenida Principal 38 13 11 14 102 102 0 50
11 Ravasha 38 14 6 18 83 97 −14 48
12 Flying Jellyfish 38 14 5 19 86 81 +5 47
13 René Skae Colonels 38 12 10 16 77 91 −14 46
14 Tifón De La Costa 38 11 12 15 86 107 −21 45
15 Sent 01 38 11 11 16 65 90 −25 44
16 Fryi Frêndê 38 13 4 21 66 74 −8 43
17 Dor Frío 38 9 11 18 75 111 −36 38
18 Duyrmyta Fau 38 9 8 21 59 100 −41 35
19 Tympú 38 8 10 20 59 119 −60 34
20 Geyinstanles United 38 6 8 24 55 120 −65 26
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Mâ Âlâmëómë

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Manager:   Image Tíbürçíö Çótâvié 
Assistant: Image Fjóla Agger

Prediction: Champions
Season 19: Champions
Titles: FFL (7, 9, 14-17, 19)
AOCL (16)


GK: Image Rôhj Tzâín
LB: Image Mütó Náándéz
CB: Image Solomon Etezadi-----------
RB: Image Kühâx
CM: Image Tanith Rainsford
CM: Image Svenbjorn Einarsson (C)
CM: Image Johan Tijgers Landhuis
LW: Image Risko Kâí-----------------
OM: Image Fôrté Wínrôuge
RW: Image Kaj Aurora
ST: Image Kris Campbell-------------

Fan Support: Numerous and violent
Nickname: the Felonies/the Greens
Stadium: Rülândéá Çölíséá (50,000)
City: Ruland, Ruland
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Transfers
Image Tanith Rainsford signed from Image AFC Treason
Image Drê Röènôùjýâ sold to Image Violence Chariots
Image Jack Hawke sold to Image Avenida Leal
Image Tüjürdr Vhêrdê loaned to Image Tachi Federal


Overview
It is no secret that Mâ Âlâmëómë are an unstoppable force at the moment. Having won five of the last six league titles, they'll naturally be aiming for six out of seven. They were not awfully active during the transfer window, but they didn't need to anyway. Drê Röènôùjýâ leaves for Nepharim club Violence Chariots looking to aid his development as a player, as he believes staying in the Farf league would hinder his development. Youngster Mütó Náándéz makes the step up to the first team as a result, probably because the Greens failed to find a suitable and affordable fullback. Though money might not actually have been a concern, since they've signed Tanith Rainsford from AFC Treason. Mâ Âlâmëómë are filled with young talent, but many of their players are pretty old - only Kris Campbell's age is a bit of a middle ground at 26. It's anyone's guess for how long they might be able to extend their domination, but it's safe to say that this season will be theirs.

Strengths
The Greens' offense is just too much for almost any team. They've got a vertiginous, versatile style of football that makes the most out of a line-up featuring players like Risko and Aurora on the wings, as well as Campbell up front. This front three, so to speak, is one of the strongest any club in the world features at the moment. Youngster Wínrôuge is the hottest Farf talent since Risko Kâí, and he will be feeding those three many assists. Einarsson, Rainsford and Tijgers Landhuis all possess acute passing, too, and Kühâx and Náándéz are dangerous when bombing forward. And Etezadi's one hell of an aerial threat. The thing with Mâ Âlâmëómë is scoring four goals against them can mean getting thrashed.

Weaknesses
With so much focus on offense, the Rulandese teams leaks like any other Farf team on defense. However, with a player like Solomon Etezadi leading the defense, this weakness is mitigated considerably. The biggest problem they will face is that Náándéz's inexperience could cost them; many doubt he's good enough for the starting berth, and it's not hard to see why.

Key Players: Solomon Etezadi, Risko Kâí and Kris Campbell
If you argued Mâ Âlâmëómë's three best players are the FFL's three best players, you could be right. It's definitely debatable, but you could be right. Solomon Etezadi was the best player last season, and there's no reason to believe his form will drop. Risko Kâí has not shown signs of stopping his growth, which is a bit unbelievable considering his age. And, finally, Kris Campbell's only been getting better and better. The defense will be safe with Solomon, and no defense will be safe against Risko and Kris.

Young Prospects: Fôrté Wínrôuge and Çrûz Zâçârdí
Anyone who follows the league semi-regularly will know Fôrté Wínrôuge is the most exciting Farf prospect at the moment. Offensively, he's amazingly complete, and his ambidexterity makes him a nightmare for even the most experienced defenders. Defensively, he flat out sucks, but that should be expected anyway. Çrûz Zâçârdí, meanwhile, sucks offensively, but is a very solid centre back. He's tall, he's strong and he's not slow. Many find him to be extremely similar to current NT starter Ivaktör Bârr.
La Nueva Avenida

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Manager:   Image Grant Pickton 
Assistant: Image Kashmir Corbutt

Prediction: 2nd
Season 19: 2nd
Titles: FFL (5, 8, 10-11, 13, 18)
AOCL (11 and 14)


GK: Image Sifé Rigutti
LB: Image Salomón Cayfú
CB: Image Thjorgias Pickton
RB: Image Francesco Di Nolfo
LM: Image Zorio Etxezuniyiga------------
CM: Image Thajan Jaros
CM: Image Café--------------------------
RM: Image Diego Snow
OM: Image Cloudchaser (C)---------------
ST: Image Yannick Simeone
ST: Image Eleazar Espeleta

Fan Support: Excellent
Nickname: the Novans
Stadium: La Gran Avenida (60,000)
City: Victoria Lago, Puerto Farolero
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Transfers
Image Yannick Simeone signed from Image Molsbik Arkjet
Image Zorio Etxezuniyiga signed from Image 1830 Cathair
Image Eleazar Espeleta signed from Image Alianza
Image Francesco Di Nolfo signed from Image Club Ithinia
Image Diego Snow signed from Image Krsthaven
Image Thajan Jaros signed from Image Phalanx AF
Image Horacio Cornelio sold to Image Molsbik Arkjet
Image Toli Sottosanti sold to Image Flamagua
Image Tor Hedegaard sold to Image Fryi Frêndê
Image Cristobal Bustos retired


Overview
In stark contrast with Mâ Âlâmëómë's 'If it ain't broken, don't fix it' approach, La Nueva Avenida have been very active during the transfer window. Their line-up now features only three Farf players. All of their signings look very solid, which means they might be able to challenge for the title even with Cloudchaser now showing signs of aging. The Novans want to fight their way back to the top, but it's an uphill battle, and they know it. The dearth of talented youngsters they've been facing has been particularly damaging; they've failed to produce any player like Alex Terán and Matías Delafuente lately, and that inevitably limits their growth.

Strengths
La Nueva Avenida's filled with great individualities, most of them capable of turning a game around single-handedly. Also, Pickton's brand of possession-based football will be particularly frustrating for the smaller teams that aren't even close to matching them in quality. That is all the teams outside last season's top five, probably.

Weaknesses
Their chemistry is bound to be shaky as six of their players have just been signed. Grant's biggest worry will be the dressing room, as egos could clash and make the team's performance spiral down, which would ultimately cost him the job. LNA's desperate attempt at catching up with Mâ Âlâmëómë could make or break them. However, none of the signings are known for being particularly unprofessional, and Grant Pickton's the manager with the biggest dressing room presence in the league because of his times as a player.

Key Players: Zorio Etxezuniyiga, Café and Cloudchaser
Audioslavian Zorio Etxezuniyiga is the Novans' most important signing this window. He's a spark of hope for a future in which they can win a title or two. The winger's very young, but he's already shown sign of being a world beater - LNA fans will certainly be reminded of a certain Zonnestraal Jansen. Café and Cloudchaser are established players that do not need particularly lengthy introductions. LNA's possession game will be extremely reliant on both of them.

Young Prospects: Gaspard Oquendo and Rubén Cuervo
As I mentioned, LNA have failed to produce particularly exciting prospects as of late. Gaspard's a talented offensive midfielder with a tactical eye that's difficult to match, but he's decidedly lacking in most other areas. Essentially a poor man's Matías Delafuente. Meanwhile, Rubén's a pacey and unpredictable striker who could definitely work on his finishing. An interesting pair, but, at first glance, not cut out for stardom.
Avenida Leal

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Manager:   Image Mariano Saralegui 
Assistant: Image Jorge Silva

Prediction: 4th
Season 19: 3rd
Titles: FFL2 (9)



GK: Image Eryndion Nardragonel
LB: Image Matías De Toro
CB: Image Torsten Navarro-------------
RB: Image Krysia Bailey---------------
LM: Image Dimitri Plovnarov
CM: Image Itxaso Zuazubiskar
CM: Image Jack Hawke
CM: Image Ostadar Arambilet (C)-------
RM: Image Björg Spiro
ST: Image Curtcu Fuego
ST: Image Michael Richtie

Fan Support: Excellent
Nickname: the Loyals
Stadium: Lealtad y Fuerza (40,000)
City: Victoria Lago, Puerto Farolero
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Transfers
Image Jack Hawke signed from Image Mâ Âlâmëómë
Image Torster Navarro signed from Image FC1. Surtsey Island Gulls
Image Oliver Rydderchstein signed from Image Juggernaut Athletic on a free
Image Eryndion Nardragonel signed from Image Club ESF on a free
Image Ruy Monrazón sold to Image Gwinevra Barbarians
Image Emilio Leiva sold to Image Fryi Frêndê
Image Navarro Lo Squadro loaned to Image Oljestaden IF
Image Euforio Cristóbal retired


Overview
They may have no league titles to show for it, but the Loyals are definitely giving Avenida Principal a run for their money when it comes to being the third best team in the league. With unusualy professional management and an enviable budget, which they spend carefully, they have managed to cement themselves as a big fish in this small pond. They've been producing very talented players, which has only made them more stable, so it's hard to see them collapsing soon. However, there is one and only one thing they desire at the moment, and it's unlikely they'll get it: a trophy. They've made some good signings, but they're second-rate compared to Mâ Âlâmëómë's squad. They actually signed Jack Hawke from them, in fact.

Strengths
Avenida Leal's midfield is one of the toughest challenges other teams will have to face. Except for Hawke, all players have been capped for their national teams. Sure, none of them are starters at the moment, but it can't be denied that they're all a few tiers above the midfielders of most other teams. With Arambilet and Zuazbiskar hitting their primes, this midfield will be the best it's ever been, so long as Hawke proves a good enough signing. Replacing Monrazón can't be easy, but it's certainly not impossible for someone who's got more medals than everyone else in his team together.

Weaknesses
Up until last season, Avenida Leal's biggest weakness was, by far, their defense. Now, after having signed capped Polarian Torsten Navarro, things look much brighter for them. Sadly, though, Curtcu Fuego and Michael Richtie could definitely step up their game. They're a relatively ineffective team considering their midfield prowess.

Key Players: Torsten Navarro, Krysia Bailey and Ostadar Arambilet
Torsten will probably be one of the best defenders the league will have to offer. That's not saying too much, but he's definitely a talented individual. Krysia, meanwhile, will continue to help the team from relative obscurity before once again winning an award or two at the end of the season, in all likelihood. Arambilet's gonna be the team's most important player once again. Hell, he could be their top goalscorer if the front two underperform and Saralegui decides to rotate heavily.

Young Prospects: Trejo Maes and Fabián Rubalcava
As mentioned, Avenida Leal have been producing talented players lately. Trejo and Fabián are no exception. Trejo is a full-back with great speed and great positioning. He could learn to dribble a bit better, but he's an exciting prospect all things considered. Fabián, meanwhile, will probably be in contention for a starting spot in the national team in a few years if everything goes well. He's a centre-back in the mold of Ivaktör Bârr, just like Çrûz Zâçârdí of Mâ Âlâmëómë and, in a way, Thjorgias Pickton of La Nueva Avenida. So, yeah, competition will be fierce.
Avenida Principal

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Manager:   Image Alexander Mirasol 
Assistant: Image Ernesto Ibáñez

Prediction: 3rd
Season 19: 4th
Titles: FFL (6 and 12)
AOCL (13)
FFL2 (4)

GK: Image Luke Charmander
LB: Image Karl Varsteeg---------------
CB: Image Kirum Mortonsson
RB: Image Thomas Hancock
DM: Image Aberdeen Salt
DM: Image Vareza Na'Noni--------------
LM: Image Iñaki Ibarra----------------
CM: Image André Reneré
RM: Image Renato Capion
OM: Image Abuda (C)
ST: Image Elexhé Nofzaleiné

Fan Support: Big and nonfervent
Nickname: the Knights
Stadium: La Gran Avenida (60,000)
City: Victoria Lago, Puerto Farolero
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Transfers
Image André Reneré signed from Image Ravasha
Image Thomas Hancock signed from Image Old Boys Club
Image Ferdinand Gottlieb retired


Overview
Avenida Principal have hit a bit of a rough patch lately. With Mâ Âlâmëómë dominating the league and La Nueva Avenida fighting aggressively for the scraps, the Knights have understandably found it difficult to keep up, specially with their business model: buying a lot of good players. Mâ Âlâmëómë and LNA have them outdone there, as the earlier's focus on homegrown talent with sprinkles of exceptional foreign talent and the latter's bigger budget mean Avenida Principal have to rely on good old luck to get anything done, in relation to those two, at least. They may not have been very active this transfer window, but they still rely on a lot of foreign talent, only occasionally producing the exciting prospect.

Strengths
It is very hard picking one particular strength, as the Knights are very solid in all aspects. This could be, in itself, their biggest strength: they'll cause any opposing manager a headache. You can't just exploit any of their weaknesses. If you're not Mâ Âlâmëómë, who can just outdo them in all areas, you just can't make some kind of genius plan to nick a win against them or something. You'll just have to simply outperform them, which is definitely not an easy task with the players they can field.

Weaknesses
Yet, their strength is also, in its own way, a weakness. They can't really make the most out of some game-changing player because they just don't have any player of that calibre. Varsteeg and Na'Noni are probably on that level, yeah, but their positions greatly limit their ability to win games on their own. Ibarra can sometimes be that kind of player, but not nearly often enough to mitigate their... roundedness? This is definitely one of the strongest biggest weaknesses in the league, that's for sure. I actually had to sit down and think this one through to find the least idiotic I could.

Key Players: Karl Varsteeg, Vareza Na'Noni and Iñaki Ibarra
Speaking of Varsteeg, Na'Noni and Ibarra, they are Avenida Principal's key players. Varsteeg's one of the league's best, though his position hinders his exposure. He helps make a solid defense even more solid, and his offensive runs often give opponents headaches. A well-rounded player, fittingly the Knights' best player. Na'Noni's a close second, a player with amazing consistency, for club and country, whose exposure is also hindered by his position. This is mitigated by his blue skin colour, though. That gets him lots of exposure. Iñaki, meanwhile, is Avenida Principal's main offensive threat. His performances will be absolutely key for a side that could struggle in front of goal if Abuda doesn't return to his old self and Nofzaleiné stagnates his development.

Young Prospects: Lázaro Trinidad and Iván Velarde
It is true that Avenida Principal sometimes produce interesting players. Leo Fakkotti and Elexhé Nofzaleiné are cases of NTers that started their careers playing for the Knights. Lázaro Trinidad could follow their footsteps. The centre midfielder's got a talented eye, but he's physically lacking. It's anyone's guess how far he will get. Iván Velarde, meanwhile, has been a substitute for Farfadillis' U-18 NT, but he's unlikely to do much better than that. He might end up being a decent starter for the Knights. He's a fast winger, but Avenida Principal certainly do not direly need one of those.
Dí Maozöxê

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Manager:   Image Lütò Nônônô 
Assistant: Image Jádson Curitiba

Prediction: 5th
Season 19: 5th
Titles: FFL2 (10)
FTL (6)


GK: Image Xarvý Lôndôn
LB: Image Brááham Îfrahim
CB: Image Dionysus Túrvërrõ
RB: Image Durýado Bârgan
LM: Image Pinsent Benzari
CM: Image Scott Fletcher------------
CM: Image Lüzân Dâ Mírnév-----------
CM: Image Joan Fer Nonhagatte (C)---
RM: Image Jïnbawín Ohfânâ
OM: Image Tímô Êxís
ST: Image Arto Holkeri

Fan Support: Numerous and violent
Nickname: the Rebels
Stadium: Rülândéá Çölíséá (50,000)
City: Ruland, Ruland
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Transfers
Image Dionysus Túrvërrõ signed from Image Gorintschach United
Image Arto Holkeri signed from Image FC Valinkova
Image Alisa Redmond signed from Image Mandon United
Image Davorin Mijatović signed from Image Tanrısal
Image Täjó Çíânflöné sold to Image Raynor City United


Overview
Ruland is not home to just one important Farf team. Dí Maozöxê may not be as successful as Mâ Âlâmëómë, but they've still been a force to be reckoned with for a long time now. With marvelous infrastructure and a youth academy that consistently produces top talent, it's not hard to see why they've managed to establish themselves as a top five team of this league. Yet, the bigger teams have grabbed the top spots so firmly it will be an extremely uphill battle for them. They're gonna need to stop selling their most talented players as soon as someone with a nice rock to offer comes knocking. Fun fact: they've sold Täjó Çíânflöné.

Strengths
Dí Maozöxê's biggest strength used to be their team chemistry. With the arrival of two new key signings in Dionysus and Arto, I'm not sure that's still the case. They've still probably got an extremely fluid style thanks to how well the players know each other, but now their biggest strength is their centre midfield. Packed with very versatile talent, as well as considerable experience, the centre of the park will be impossible to get a hold of for other teams.

Weaknesses
They've always been chokers, and that hasn't changed. Failure breeds failure, and this is a club set on almost winning. Their selling their best players and their choking are correlated for a reason. They've also got slow fullbacks all things considered, so they should watch out for teams with pacey, crafty wingers... unfortunately for them, they're a common ocurrence in this league nowadays. The best example is their local rivals, Mâ Âlâmëómë. These weaknesses can and probably will be their undoing this season.

Key Players: Scott Fletcher, Lüzân Dâ Mírnév and Joan Fer Nonhagatte
The trio of central midfielders mentioned. Fletcher and Nonhagatte are both extremely experienced, as well as defensively capable, something that is often ignored in this country but definitely shouldn't be. Dâ Mírnév offers the offensive flair required for any respectable Farf midfield. He may lack the experience the other two have, but he's got youthful vitality to compensate.

Young Prospect: Pinsent Benzari and Tímô Êxís
Son of Olim Benzari, Pinsent shouldn't really need an introduction. He was third for best young player last season. A talented winger with evident mental strength, it's unbelievable Dí Maozöxê have such a talented player without producing him themselves. And speaking of Dí Maozöxê-original players, Tímô is yet another example of their scouting talent. A cheeky offensive midfielder with an eye for scoring, he could really be something. It's too early to tell, but he's already broken into the starting eleven at the age of seventeen. Admittedly, there was a dearth of advanced midfielders, but still, he's no slouch.
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Libertarian Ferdullaele

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Manager:   Image Gian Luciano 
Assistant: Image Gustavo Nipo

Prediction: 9th
Season 19: 6th
Titles: FFL2 (8)



GK: Image Juan Ruiz
LB: Image Paranawê---------------
CB: Image Manuel Lomarda
RB: Image Güz Dímâré
CM: Image Gastón Mos
CM: Image Aranfarrhé Ederé (C)---
LW: Image Salo Arthursson
OM: Image Mario Andaluzzei-------
RW: Image Johannes Handel
ST: Image Réwdorz Ltánavé
ST: Image Terenzio Marcotti

Fan Support: Medium-sized
Nickname: Liberdullaelans
Stadium: Libertastadio (30,000)
City: Ferdullaele, Ferdullaele
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Transfers
Image Lafayette Tifoxé sold to Image FC Jansberg
Image Marco Forzza retired


Overview
Saying the Liberdullaelans overachieved last season would be an understatement. Not even the most optimistic fans expected to finish sixth. Specially not after selling their best player, Iñaki Ibarra, to Avenida Principal. However, they managed just that, and now they'll want to keep that kind of performance up. It is unlikely they will, but now fans can dream. Marco Forzza's retirement was long overdue, and after being one of their weak links last season, fans won't be too worried about how it will affect the team's performance. In fact, his retirement allows Ltánáve to get a starting spot, which will enhance his development.

Strengths
Last season, we found out centre midfield is definitely Libertarian Ferdullaele's strongest area. Ederé and Mos are actually decent defensively, and they've got the creativity and technique to make the game flow, while Andaluzzei is useless defensively but has got amplified offensive skills. An, overall, very solid centre midfield that no team will have an easy time facing, provided they perform the same way they did last season.

Weaknesses
Despite Paranawê being a part of it, I still don't think their defense is good enough for this league. Lomarda and Dímâré are not good defenders and they can't possibly keep playing like they did for a surprisingly long time last season. I expect them to be the Liberdullaelans' undoing this season. The problem with determining Libertarian Ferdullaele's strengths and weaknesses is that everyone was in-form last season, and it's hard to tell which players will remain that way and which will not.

Key Players: Paranawê, Aranfarrhé Ederé and Mario Andaluzzei
Sunrisian wonderkid Paranawê has shown that Libertarian Ferdullaele's scouts have still got it. Capped for his national team, it's hard to imagine him staying on the team for much longer, but he mentioned in an interview he's not thinking of leaving for the time being. Until that time comes, this team has got one of the best fullbacks of the league, and one that could turn out world class if he doesn't develop like all other Sunrisians, who seem to peak at an astonishingly young age. Ederé and Andaluzzei, meanwhile, are not as good, but they control the midfield really well, and they play in positions that make a greater impact.

Young Prospects: Johannes Handel and Réwdorz Ltánavé
The Apoxian Johannes Handel is an exciting prospect, no doubt, but questions remain over how good he will be. If Paranawê's signing is anything to go by, Libertarian Ferdullaele have also struck gold with him, just not gold-gold, but rather simple gold. Réwdorz Ltánáve is a lightning-fast striker with solid finishing, but he'll have to work on his mental strength.
René Skaé Colonels

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Manager:   Image Josolísmaro Santeralta 
Assistant: Image Norszo Morales

Prediction: 12th
Season 19: 7th
Titles: FAL (12)
FNL (13)
FFL2 (14)

GK: Image Haraldur Csorba
LB: Image Lucas Halmi
CB: Image Domonkos Antall
RB: Image Ari Marie
LM: Image Léonard László------------------
CM: Image Gazsi Martel (C)
RM: Image Cristina Kowalczyk--------------
OM: Image Dorian Sólyom
OM: Image Hannes Mercier------------------
ST: Image Archard Rigozsoldos
ST: Image Aurél Albert

Fan Support: Big and fanatical
Nickname: the Colonels
Stadium: Estadio Gran René Skaé (20,000)
City: René Skaé, Shojercia
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Transfers
Image Séraphin Török sold to Image Utica United
Image Lázár Eleonóra sold to Image Holdenberg


Overview
Ah, René Skaé Colonels. The team that has inexplicably gone from fifth-tier to top flight in a pretty short time. They've no (sort of) become a upper-mid table team. I don't see them progressing any further in the near future, but one never knows what the future holds. In any case, though, they should be aiming to stay where they are for some time until something lets them make another step. It could be a millionaire taking over, discovering the next Risko Kâí, making smart transfers, or plain old luck, but they'll need something to overperform even more.

Strengths
They sure can hog the ball. They can bore spectators with their style, but it is effective. All of their players have got the passing skills needed for such a playstyle, and when they're in a good day they're hard to beat even for Mâ Âlâmëómë. This makes them rely a bit too much on their offensive midfield duo, but they're quality players, so they can make the Colonels' game flow against even the toughest opponents.

Weaknesses
Last season, despite what I predicted, they weren't vertical enough. They don't produce that many chances and they're not great at making the most out of them, either. Rigozsoldos could turn out to be another Séraphin Török, that's true, but the wonderkid has been sold, and around a quarter of the Colonels' goals have left with him.

Key Players: Léonard Lászlo, Cristina Kowalczyk and Hannes Mercier
Lászlo and Kowalczyk provide the team with a bit of verticality, thanks to their dribbling skills and great pace. Most of their goals will probably involve one of the two. Léonard and Cristina will be fed balls by either Dorian Sólyom or this team's third key player, Hannes Mercier. The offensive midfielder was fantastic last season, and if he stays sharp, who says there can't be a Shojercian team in the Globe Cup for the first time?

Young Prospects: Archard Rigozsoldos and Denis Kardos
Archard is certainly an exciting prospect. Not quiet what Séraphin was, but it's surprising they have managed to replace him with another promising striker. If René Skaé continue to produce players like those two and Lázár Eleonóra, who has been shipped off to Eura at the age of sixteen, Shojercians will probably help break the Faroleran-Rulandese national team hegemony. Denis Kardos is a tall centre back that can run considerably fast and is very talented at tackling, but he's no Séraphin, Archard or Lázar.
Flamagua

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Manager:   Image Agustín Tremendo 
Assistant: Image Tristán Valija

Prediction: 10th
Season 19: 8th
Titles: FFL2 (11)
FNL (10)



GK: Image Román Briones
LB: Image Raúl Pichardo
CB: Image Iván Carreón
RB: Image Xandro Valentía
LM: Image Toli Sottosanti
CM: Image Eloy Norrayola
CM: Image Emilio Fuentes
RM: Image Drê Nrâgz-------------------------
OM: Image Walter Rincón (C)-----------------
ST: Image Ramiro Félez
ST: Image Carlos Abrigo---------------------

Fan Support: Huge and violently passionate
Nickname: the Flames
Stadium: La Fogata Mojada (35,000)
City: Gran Farol, Puerto Farolero
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Transfers
Image Eloy Norrayola signed from Image Gran Faro 70
Image Drê Nrâgz signed from Image Ravasha
Image Toli Sottosanti signed from Image La Nueva Avenida
Image Emanuel Linares sold to Image Deportí Agaumi
Image Dieje Caurana sold to Image Tympú
Image Rodrigo Benítez sold to Image Haman


Overview
After finishing third twice in a row, Flamagua seem to have fallen from grace slightly. There are no signs that they will be changing their downward direction, though, as they have not produced any exciting players recently and they've not got too much money to splash around. What's more, they seem hell-bent on not signing foreigners. There's no official policy, but one does begin to wonder why they don't feature so much as one non-Farf player in their squad. They were active during the transfer window, but only signed Farf players. Good ones, but questions remain over the team's future, as none of them will set the world alight any time soon.

Strengths
Their right flank. With Rincón often drifting towards the right, Abrigo always ready to be assisted there and, most importantly, Nrâgz ready to wreak havoc, the left full backs of opposing teams will have to be on their toes. Thankfully for them, Abrigo is not fast. Unfortunately, give him half a chance and you'll have to fetch the ball inside the goal.

Weaknesses
Román Briones is not a very good goalkeeper. He never was, is not, and never will be. He's also old. Sadly, Flamagua have got nobody as not-bad as him, and that means they'll have to make do with a leaky goalkeeper for one more season. There're no better Farf goalkeeper available for a transfer, and there won't be for the foreseeable future. Maybe they'll finally sign a foreigner?

Key Players: Drê Nrâgz, Walter Rincón and Carlos Abrigo
Drê Nrâgz, who was Ravasha's best player last season, will be one of the toughest wingers teams will have to face this season. He could reach the Farf NT if he has an outstanding season. Walter Rincón will be responsible for the team's fluidity. He's got the passing and the vision, even if not the legs. Carlos Abrigo, recently capped for the NT, is a well-known presence in this league. He's not got the pace, but only Kris Campbell can challenge his claim for most clinical striker in this league.

Young Prospects: Eloy Norrayola and Blas Quinteiro
Flamagua have signed Eloy Norrayola, Gran Faro 70's most exciting prospect. The centre midfielder looks like he could use a change of positions, though. He's great offensively, but lacking defensively. If he were an offensive midfielder, Flamagua's fans wouldn't have to worry over whom will replace Rincón. Blas Quinteiro's also an exciting midfielder. He's more balanced than Eloy, but not as talented. Eloy's got NT potential, Blas will be a solid starter for Flamagua if they don't outgrow him.
Ravasha

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Manager:   Image Molto Mutatamba 
Assistant: Image Nahuel D'ambrosio

Prediction: 13th
Season 19: 9th
Titles: FTL (15)



GK: Image Ezkidi Goyaolarte
LB: Image Rondão Rüjíkán
CB: Image Aliser Riktor
RB: Image Arandil Larenmirlhûn
CM: Image Sifoné Sukuramata (C)
CM: Image Lúcio Srrhegüené------------
LW: Image Antonio Quintanilla---------
OM: Image Drý Fâík--------------------
RW: Image Frauxé Di Razambetti
ST: Image Masha Romanov
ST: Image Kriekser Letallé

Fan Support: Small but growing
Nickname: the Warriors
Stadium: Rurí Monseñaurrhes (20,000)
City: Induja, Induja
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Transfers
Image Frauxé Di Razambetti signed from Image Fryi Frêndê
Image Lúcio Srrhegüené signed from Image Duyrmyta Fau
Image Arandil Larenmirlhûn signed from Image Raynor City United on a free
Image André Reneré sold to Image Avenida Principal
Image Drê Nrâgz sold to Image Flamagua
Image Lucián Madrid retired



Overview
Six seasons ago, Ravasha were an amateur team. René Skaé and them show very clearly that below the top five teams, the Farf league system is inexplicably volatile. Which somehow makes a lot of sense. Unlike René Skaé, though, Ravasha don't seem to be on the rise anymore. They have failed to hang onto their two best players, Reneré and Nrâgz. Reneré had been signed after he was let go by Avenida Principal because of a dip in form. So, when he regained it with them, he just re-joined the team that treated him like a dog. He can't be blamed, though, because the Knights contend for UICA spots, while Ravasha are just decent. Nrâgz leaving was a foregone conclusion, though. He was just too big for them. They should try to rebuild, but it will be hard. Srrhegüené and Di Razambetti are definitely interesting signings, but they've still taken a hit.

Strengths
All of Ravasha's midfielders are quality players. They will be difficult to face for every single team. Some teams may have the better midfield, but none of them will steamroll this midfield. In fact, it's so obvious that their midfield is their biggest strength that their five best players are all part of it. And there's a clear difference between fifth-best and sixth-best. It should surprise noone, therefore, that they play a possession-based brand of football, showing clear intentions of minimizing the impact of their defenders and strikers.

Weaknesses
Their defense may not be very good, but it's hard to see them scoring many of their chances with Romanov and Letallé up front. They're not awfully talented if we judge them by how they performed last season. The team still managed to score a lot of goals, but most of them came from the midfielders. Their tendency to get injured definitely won't help, either.

Key Players: Lúcio Srrhegüené, Antonio Quintanilla and Drý Fâík
Srrhegüené is a quick-thinker proficient in splitting defenses apart with incisive passes. Quintanilla complements him with his youthful energy, great pace and unpredictable dribbling. Drý Fâík, meanwhile, provides the team with a lot more offensive presence playing as a striker of sorts. He's not quite a striker, but he's a bit too offensive for an advanced midfielder. I wonder how one of those players is called..

Young Prospects: Rogan Elduayen and Aliser Riktor
Rogan was called up for a Farf youth squad not long ago. He's a centre midfielder with a commendable workrate and a balanced skillset, but he's too raw to be starting, and probably won't amount to too much. Aliser is still very inexperienced, and probably one of Ravasha's weakest links. However, it's anyone's guess how this player will develop. Maybe Ravasha have struck gold, maybe they should sell as soon as they can.
Avenida Victoria

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Manager:   Image Eliseo Todora 
Assistant: Image Felipe Pispauca

Prediction: 8th
Season 19: 10th
Titles: FFL (3 and 4)
FFL2 (1)


GK: Image Ascensión Ekvinter----------
LB: Image Marcelino Zavala
CB: Image Gonzalo Ibarra
CB: Image Félix Salamanca
RB: Image Spiridon Greig
LM: Image Yülàáê Mî
CM: Image Ramón Fonseca
RM: Image Gâyö Mî
OM: Image Valerio Negrini-------------
ST: Image Vasilije Østergård (C)
ST: Image Ronnie van Rijn-------------

Fan Support: Huge and dangerous
Nickname: the Victorians
Stadium: La Gran Avenida (60,000)
City: Victoria Lago, Puerto Farolero
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Transfers
Image Valerio Negrini signed from Image Gran Faro 70
Image Roldão D'cruze retired



Overview
Avenida Victoria (Ronnie van Rijn plays there) can take solace in Ferdullaele's recent luck. Of the past champions, the Victorians would be the worst if the Ferdullelans weren't fighting for promotion to the top flight. They haven't been that bad, just decidedly outside of title contention for God knows how long. Definitely not what the fans expected all those years ago when they won back-to-back titles. La Nueva Avenida, Avenida Principal and Mâ Âlâmëómë all sprung up soon after, and the Victorians just couldn't compete with them. A sad story. But hey, at least they've got Ronnie van Rijn of Avenida Victoria.

Strengths
Definitely Ronnie van Rijn. The Krytenian striker, who plays for Avenida Victoria, is deadly in front of goal. He will be fed balls by his playmaking striker partner, Vasilije Østergård, as well as by Avenida Victoria of Ronnie van Rijn's shiniest new signing Valerio Negrini. He may be old, and he may age inexplicably fast (but let's not delve too much into that, it can get confusing and controversial), but he's still Ronnie. And probably will be for another season... at best. Avenida Victoria could very well become relegation fodder after his retirement. Or not. Probably not.

Weaknesses
They play with a back four. Thus, they suck offensively even though they've got Ronnie van Rijn up front. None of their defenders are very good, to make matters worse. So not only are they impotent, it's also not really worth it for them. And they are very boring, so they're less likely to be televised, so they get less money. With the current state of the game, this kind of financial hit they can take is definitely a weakness and not me trying to fill space.

Key Players: Ascensión Ekvinter, Valerio Negrini and Ronnie van Rijn
If there's one thing one can't deny about Avenida Victoria, it's that their three best players are really damn good. There's Ronnie van Rijn of... you know, who is a good striker. Then there's Valerio Negrini, Gran Faro 70's star last season, a very creative offensive midfielder with an astonishingly precise right foot. And a left foot he can use to move around. There's also Ascensión Ekvinter, the one-club man that's never been capped for Farfadillis despite being part of the set-up for around a decade. He's a solid goalkeeper.

Young Prospects: Eusébio Torrecillas and Enrique Lauricella
After Ronnie and Vasilije retire, which should happen sooner rather than later, Avenida Victoria won't have any good strikers. These two exciting prospects are midfielders, and their young strikers all suck. That's bad for them. But at least Torrecillas and Lauricella are both very talented with the ball, and kinda balanced as well. They probably won't ever reach the NT, as competition for their position will be extremely fierce with Ruy Monrazón likely to occupy the only spot for many years to come, but they'll be great for the Victorians. It's just, the fans wish they could be redesigned into strikers.
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Gran Faro 70

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Manager:   Image Ettore Nizzola 
Assistant: Image Ximo Viteri

Prediction: 11th
Season 19: 11th
Titles: FTL (13)



GK: Image Ceresidhil Celeésial
LB: Image Eliseo Vázquez
CB: Image Diego Boizão
RB: Image Aaqeq Yleqtiik---------------
LM: Image Teodosio Ricchetti
CM: Image Blas Aiza
CM: Image Mateo Distabile
RM: Image Lucho Abel
OM: Image Ômâr Tlâhu-------------------
ST: Image Penumbra Amokachi------------
ST: Image Quirino D'amore

Fan Support: Medium and fanatical
Nickname: the Bluebirds
Stadium: Estadio Cincuenteno (20,000)
City: Gran Farol, Puerto Farolero
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Transfers
Image Ceresidhil Celeésial signed from Image Raynor City United
Image Aaqeq Yleqtiik signed from Image FC Kolberg
Image Penumbra Amokachi loaned out by Image Brinemouth
Image Eloy Norrayola sold to Image Flamagua
Image Valerio Negrini sold to Image Avenida Victoria
Image Enrique Guarneri sold to Image Avenida Decepción



Overview
Gran Faro 70 are a notable team for two reasons: they skyrocketed into the league (how notable that is now with so many teams having done exactly that is debatable, though) and they are a Faroleran team that does not have 'Avenida' in its name. Though the founders have admitted that 'Avenida 70' was a name they considered, but it narrowly lost the vote. Anyway, Gran Faro 70 are a team on the rise, but they're still very small. They seem to be acutely aware of it, though, and that can only be a good thing.

Strengths
Their three foremost players. Tlâhu and Quirino are both players that can feed Nepharim wonderkid Penumbra Amokachi assists. The Farf youngster's a particularly generous brand of striker, so Penumbra will probably find him to be a bit of a godsend. The two may be a bit young, but that doesn't have to be a disadvantage. They've also got that youthful passion for the game the more experienced players don't. I'm looking at you, Horacio Cornelio.

Weaknesses
Fielding a teenage Sunrisian centre back for no apparent reason won't make your defense rock solid, as Ettore found out last season. Vázquez is also not particularly good, though new signing Aaqeq Yleqtiik will hopefully help turn Gran Faro's defense into something a bit less... leaky. In any case, the Bluebirds may be commended for being very Farf.

Key Players: Aaqeq Yleqtiik, Ômâr Tlâhu and Penumbra Amokachi
All of Gran Faro's key players are new signings. There's Aaqeq Yleqtiik, the right back mentioned. He's young and inexperienced, but he's still an incredible signing for a lowly team like this. Then there's Ômâr Tlâhu, who was tremendous for Duyrmyta Fau last season. Obviously, their relegation played a big part in his signing for Gran Faro. And, finally, there's the young woman Penumbra Amokachi, reinforcing the widely-held belief in Farfadillis that only women play football in Nephara.

Young Prospects: Elías Ruiseñor and Juan Carlos Machado
Elías is a talented striker with surprising pace and reflexes. Both of them inherited from his father, Sebastián Ruiseñor, La Nueva Avenida legend, who was once part of the Farf set up. He's just as good at scoring goal as his father was at stopping them. Barely aged sixteen, breaking through is not one of his objectives yet, but the kid certainly has a bright future. Jaun Carlos Machado is a talented offensive midfielder... and that's about it, really. Definitely not on Elías' level.
Tympú

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Manager:   Image Lausarrhé Mará 
Assistant: Image Rovio Zorotí

Prediction: 16th
Season 19: 12th
Titles: None



GK: Image Cesare Ferro
LB: Image Giambattista Mari
CB: Image Bartol Benini
CB: Image Pompeo Hlavac
RB: Image Benito Sebastino
LM: Image Dieje Cauraná---------------
CM: Image Sotomí Kaukú (C)------------
CM: Image Oliviero Dioli
RM: Image Gino Nieri------------------
ST: Image Ermenegildo María
ST: Image Fausto Bencivenni

Fan Support: Small and disillusioned
Nickname: the Oaks
Stadium: Estadio d'Onor (100,000)
City: Nirtarrhe, Ferdullaele
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Transfers
Image Dieje Cauraná signed from Image Flamagua
Image Kaé Dandofogué retired



Overview
One of the few originals left in the top flight, Tympú were, believe it not, title contenders a long time ago. It's not that they've gotten worse, really, but they've never gotten better. They can take solace in Ferdullaele's terrible fate, but it's undeniable that if they don't turn things around quickly they won't be very different. They have been looking ok lately, but with rumours of bankruptcy lying around and their best players about to retire, what does the future hold for Tympú? Bad things. Bad things is the answer.

Strengths
An astonishing percentage of Tympú's goals come from set pieces. It's not hard to see why. Most of their players are very tall and exceptional jumpers. Farves are not exactly tall either, so in this league the advantage is more noticeable. Kaukú's a reliable set piece taker, so they won't be struggling to score headers.

Weaknesses
Outside of set pieces, they suck offensively. María and Bencivenni are lucky to be plying their trade in the top flight. They're not fast, their positioning could be better, they miss sitters. How are they here, you ask? Well, Tympú's board hasn't been particularly bright lately. You know what makes things worse? Tympú are part of the heretics that use a back four, so the offense will miss out on one player as well.

Key Players: Dieje Cauraná, Sotomí Kaukú and Gino Nieri
Dieje Cauraná's a quality signing for a team like Tympú. His fight with Flamagua's manager made him get transfer listed, and many better teams didn't wish to sign him because of his corrupting presence in the dressing room. Beggars can't be choosers, though, and the winger provides edge to the blunt sword that is this team's offense. Sotomí Kaukú's Tympú's only player that could definitely sign for a team competing for UICA spots, yet here he is, defending the team he loves. He's an extremely complete midfielder, even if he's a bit old. When he retires, Tympú will probably skydive. Finally, Gino Nieri's a talented youngster that might just prevent said skydive, considering he's extremely similar, only worse. I don't think so, but the fans can be hopeful.

Young Prospects: Maes Hausen and Gian Raskarra
Maes Hausen is a young striker that could break into the starting eleven this season, despite being just over seventeen and not that good. Gian Raskarra's a talented full back that will have a bit more trouble, but is probably a bit more talented as well. Tympú definitely haven't got their saviour in their youth system, though; that much I can tell you.
Geyinstanles United

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Manager:   Image Francis Fougué 
Assistant: Image Rancisc Frauxalá

Prediction: 17th
Season 19: 13th
Titles: None



GK: Image Garro Irrhemaenen (C)
LB: Image Arsene Allard
CB: Image Saratay Garefté
RB: Image Írvín Örôvánèälãó
LM: Image Leonhard Arambauzá-----
CM: Image Alessandro Fierrhe
CM: Image Leónidas Echigo--------
RM: Image Akin Lev---------------
OM: Image Manhosa
ST: Image Jorge Mota
ST: Image Rüj Mülôtý

Fan Support: Cold and distant
Nickname: the Fat Bulls
Stadium: Stadistattis (20,000)
City: Follem, Induja
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Transfers
Image Lounoi Aká retired



Overview
Another of the originals. Geyinstanles were a bit of a yo-yo team for the longest time, but the last few seasons they've actually looked pretty decent. With club legend Lounoi Aká now retired, things look a bit bleak for them now, though. They've got Leonhard Arambauzá, who's shaping up to be a worthy replacement, but they're still one of those teams that could do badly in the future years.

Strengths
Save for Manhosa, Geyinstanles United have got a pretty talented midfield. On a good day, they might even be able to challenge the likes of Mâ Âlâmëómë. They're all relatively inconsistent, and the loss of their captain can't have helped that, but they're still talented and, regardless of consistency, that will show.

Weaknesses
Well, Juan Alsa sucked last season, so Jorge Mota is back. But their front three still suck. Manhosa's much too young to be playing at this level, Mota's, to be fair, slightly faster than a snail and Mülôtý, while admittedly a lot better than the other two, would do well to start for relegation fodder. Lounoi Aká used to be their main source of goals, but what are they gonna do now?

Key Players: Leonhard Arambauzá, Leónidas Echigo and Akin Lev
Arambauzá's an extremely talented, young winger. He could even reach the NT with a bit of luck. So, yeah, he's very good for a team like United. Lev is similarly skilled, but two years older. If United manage to hold onto the two of them, they won't have to worry about relegation. Holding onto Akin is unlikely, and holding onto Leonhard is pretty much impossible, though. Finally, Echigo's an experienced midfielder who really knows how to split defenses apart, at least on a good day.

Young Prospects: Manhosa and Leonhard Jirka
Manhosa may be terrible at the moment, but he's still got a relatively bright future. Let's not forget he's only eighteen. He's shown some sparks of talent, but starting so early in his career might actually hinder his development as the fans grow impatient. Meanwhile, Leonhard will have a more adept development. The centre back can't even hope to break through with Saratay Garfeté in the team (Saratay is actually pretty good), but he's roughly as good, potentially, as Manhosa. Not even close to an NT prospect, though.
Fryi Frêndê

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Manager:   Image Loís Oíso 
Assistant: Image Nemens Lojorra

Prediction: 6th
Season 19: 14th
Titles: None



GK: Image Jvgak Jruosir
LB: Image Josalvadoré Serrato
CB: Image Emilio Leiva
RB: Image Ifarmé Ibrahim
DM: Image Basajaun Courtemanche----
LM: Image Aaliyah Rosa
CM: Image Drê Roys
RM: Image Tor Hedegaard------------
OM: Image Tzukân Fîrá--------------
ST: Image Vanessa Pfeiffauf
ST: Image Terry Hyme

Fan Support: Huge but quiet
Nickname: the Lions
Stadium: Casa del Lleion (40,000)
City: Eferrhe, Ferdullaele
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Transfers
Image Tor Hedegaard signed from Image La Nueva Avenida
Image Nicklas Church signed from Image Eikborg Club
Image Ritintin signed from Image Lagoinha Wave
Image Emilio Leiva signed from Image Avenida Leal
Image Frauxé Di Razambetti sold to Image Ravasha
Image Kaé Arquéan retired



Overview
Yet another of the originals. Fryi Frêndê are the ones that have had the most successful run from season one to here. Yet, last season was not exactly... ideal for them. Still, they're a financially well-off team with a decent enough board, and thus they should have absolutely no problem bouncing back to the upper part of the middle of the table, and maybe look into challenging for a Globe Cup spot once again in a few years. They've definitely got the talent in the squad to bounce back immediately.

Strengths
Their central players are all quality. Leiva may be prone to patches of bad form, hence Avenida Leal selling him, but he's still an above-average player for this league. Courtemanche is just great all-around, mostly defensively. A rare kind of Farf player. Roys, meanwhile, is an extremely dangerous centre midfielder, lacking as he may be on the defensive department. Fîrá is Roys' enhanced.

Weaknesses
Jruosir was bad last season, and he's only aged one year since then (I still don't know why this is a necessary distinction to make, ask the Sunrisians and the Audioslavians). He's an unreliable goalkeeper who, while evidently talented, just doesn't deliver nearly as much as he should when playing for a team like the Lions. Still, there were no better options on the market, and they'll have to make-do with a raw product like Jvgak.

Key Players: Basajaun Courtemanche, Tor Hedegaard and Tzukân Fîrá
Courtemanche, as mentioned, is definitely one of the best defense-oriented players in this league. His tackling and his tactical awareness are only outdone by the likes of Etezadi, Varsteeg, Navarro and Pickton. Meanwhile, the Polarian Tor Hedegaard may very well have been pretty bad for La Nueva Avenida last year, but he's still got considerable experience playing for a title-contending team, and he even has a title under his belt. His speed and crossing will definitely help Hyme score headers. Finally, Fîrá is a great playmaker and an even better dribbler. He's sometimes a bit selfish for a playmaker, but it pays off occasionally.

Young Prospects: Nicklas Church and Mousquetaire Ieu
Semar Nicklas Church is probably the most important signing the team made during the transfer window. The young striker may not have broken into the starting eleven yet, but he should do it in no time with Terry's legs slower than ever. Fryi Frêndê fans can be hopeful with this man in their bench. Meanwhile, Mousquetaire Ieu is an extremely unpredictable winger with an incredible knack for the unexpected. According to my sources, he's very fun to watch. It's anyone's guess how far he will get, but he's only seventeen.
Tifón De La Costa

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Manager:   Image Ernesto Malogros 
Assistant: Image Gustavo Perea

Prediction: 15th
Season 19: 15th
Titles: FFL (6)
FNL (5)


GK: Image Inocente Stano
LB: Image Delmar Nardelli
CB: Image Adán Bomba
RB: Image Federico Tajante------------
LM: Image Retizo Delacrúz (C)---------
CM: Image Tiburcio Anglada------------
CM: Image Cornelio Nová
RM: Image Leonardo Torero
OM: Image Ezequiel Granada
ST: Image Lucas Pappa
ST: Image Felipe Gurulo

Fan Support: Minuscule but fervent
Nickname: the Lions
Stadium: Ojo de la Tormenta (15,000)
City: Eterna, Puerto Farolero
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Transfers
Image Jere Villaverde joins as a free agent
Image Lucie Suarez signed on a free from Image Capital Academy
Image Pablo Fuego retired



Overview
Ah, Tifón De La Costa. The 'How the fuck did you even get here?' team to end all the 'How the fuck did you even get here?' teams. A bunch of friends who were talented at football and created team. They've been yo-yoing divisions for some time now, but it's impressive how they've managed to stay relevant despite being such an incredibly poor team. They're not Gran Faro 70-poor, mainly because a few of their players were pretty well-off to begin with, but they're a poor team nonetheless. They've made a few signings lately to help the team stay afloat when the original batch retire (and that has already begun with Pablo Fuego, brother of Lorenzo and, more notably, José Torino, retiring last season).

Strengths
Team chemistry, naturally. Nobody can possibly match the team chemistry of Tifón. Even players who are not part of the original batch seem to blend in seamlessly. They're definitely the worst team in the league as far as the sum of the parts is concerned. But the whole is a lot, lot greater than that.

Weaknesses
The sum of the parts still sucks all things considered, though.

Key Players: Federico Tajante, Retizo Delacrúz and Tiburcio Anglada
Tajante, also known as 'the one Tifón player who could play for a top five team', is a full back with a creative flair and actually decent defensive skills. If he played in a position with a greater impact, the fans probably wouldn't have to worry about relegation. Delacrúz, meanwhile, is a fairly good player for the league, as well as the leader of the group of friends that have taken the league by storm (or not, but the club name says they have). Finally, Tiburcio Anglada's a reasonably complete centre midfielder that would probably be able to sign for another top flight team if Tifón get relegated. Not like he would, though.

Young Prospects: Cornelio Nová and Edmundo Delnodal
Cornelio Nová showed last season that he was actually pretty good. The Apoxian-Farf always seems to have a trick up his sleeve when dribbling, though his vision and passing could probably be improved. His defensive input is surprisingly good. Blame his Apoxian blood. There's also Edmundo Delnodal, who'll likely become a horrible midfielder once he hits his prime.
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Flying Jellyfish

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Manager:   Image Mirko Moravic 
Assistant: Image Volland Polón

Prediction: 7th
Season 19: 16th
Titles: None



GK: Image Martín Porrhas
LB: Image David Alejandro------------------
CB: Image Zinoviy Horn
RB: Image Deryck Kukharchuk
LM: Image Vojtech Gnesina------------------
CM: Image Carlo Lombardo
CM: Image Mark Kjaer
RM: Image Kilye Penrith--------------------
OM: Image Andreas Rask
ST: Image Sebastian Kristoffersen
ST: Image Zacharias Ituarte

Fan Support: Left-wing and aggressive
Nickname: the Flying Jellyfish
Stadium: Gra Aguaviva Mitológica (50,000)
City: Frion, Frion
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Transfers
Image Toomas Assies sold to Image Luzzafrabad


Overview
Ah. Flying Jellyfish. Allegedly popular overseas because of their apparently outlandish name. Little do foreigners know that flying jellyfish do exist, and they're actually Farfadillis' national animal. But I digress, they were dreadful last season, going by their standards, but they shouldn't have too much trouble bouncing back up. I, for one, believe they are perfectly capable. Not only that, but I believe they can finish comfortably upper-mid table.

Strengths
Last season, I predicted the players on the flanks would be their biggest asset. They turned out to be their only asset, and their salvation. So yeah, their three key players are adept wingers/full backs, and Kukharchuk is a fairly exciting young talent. Expect them to play an extremely wide brand of football, as well as meter or two of extra width in their ground.

Weaknesses
Horn may be a club legend and whatnot. But he's forty. You can't run fast at forty. More importantly, you can't possibly hope to do well against big teams with a player his age in the line-up (though they did 9-0 La Nueva Avenida, proving Farf football can be a tad unpredictable). Still, Zinoviy's not that big a weakness. In all honesty, despite their terrible dip in form last season, this is a team with few weak links, and no noticeable possible undoings. Other than terrible dips in form.

Key Players: David Alejandro, Vojtech Gnesina and Kilye Penrith
David Alejandro hasn't quite turned out to be the unstoppable wing back some thought he would be back when he got called up for the NT, but he's still an extremely talented player in this league. Gnesina's an unpredictable winger with huge inconsistency problems. Yet on a good day he might as well be able to play for Mâ Âlâmëómë. Finally, the Nepharim Kilye Penrith may have fallen from grace when it comes to her national team, but she's still an extremely important part of Flying Jellyfish's set-up with her pace, her crossing and her defensive input.

Young Prospects: Mark Kjaer and Jan-Joost Tiemersma
Mark Kjaer's a midfielder in the Farf mold. He could easily play as a striker if Moravic needed him to. He's a talented playmaker who just sucks at tackling, basically. And he's good at dribbling and finishing, too. Meanwhile, Jan-Joost Timersma's a very talented winger who's gonna have trouble breaking into the starting eleven for some time. But he's got time, he's only eighteen.
Dor Frío

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Manager:   Image Kjartan Maartijn 
Assistant: Image Franz van Vis

Prediction: 14th
Season 19: 17th
Titles: FNL (11)
FFL2 (12)
SBCC (50)

GK: Image Tauré Linna
LB: Image Urbanó Abrahamsen
CB: Image Chris Hewitt
RB: Image Urbanó Vanhanen
CM: Image Roberto Vinter
CM: Image Osvaldó Albertsson
LW: Image Cai Laakkonen-----------
OM: Image Nitenseí Perspicatxa----
RW: Image Kyösti Henningsen
ST: Image Ruv Warkaiser-----------
ST: Image Ravyk Krausen

Fan Support: Extremely dangerous
Nickname: the Hikers
Stadium: La Fortaleza (10,000)
City: Frion, Frion
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Transfers
Image Denzel Falk signed from Image Aarhus Flames
Image Jallerrhé Ljungman sold to Image Firewood City
Image Albín Nilsson retired


Overview
Ah, Dor Frío. Flying Jellyfish's slightly more friendly neighbours. It's anyone's guess how their fan bases are not at each other's throats, but we appreciate the lower death toll. They're famous for reaching the SBCC's final twice in a row, losing the first final and winning the second. It's been a long time since that, though, and now they've grown into a mid-table team, and their growth hasn't really been halted. Well, not entirely. Last season was kinda disastrous, but they'll likely turn it around. They've got the means.

Strengths
They've got an extremely offensive style, and it's mostly a result of their best players being their three offensive midfielders and their two strikers. As with Tifón De La Costa, the whole is greater than the sum of its parts. But the sum of its parts is impressive nonetheless, so expect them to be banging in goals regularly.

Weaknesses
Well, their defense is probably going to leak tremendously. Their two centre midfielders don't provide the defensive backbone their three-men defense need to avoid breakdown against the better teams. What's more, none of their defensive players are particularly good after the departure of Jallerrhé Ljungman.

Key Players: Cai Laakkonen, Nitenseí Perspicatxa and Ruv Warkaiser
Cai Laakkonen's a winger with pace, vicious dribbling and the ability to pinpoint when crossing. At the young age of twenty-one, it's anyone's guess how far he might get. Maybe he'll grow into an NT-worthy player? Hard to tell, but he's been very solid playing for the Hikers. Nitenseí Perspicatxa's the best player of the team. He's a playmaker unlike any other in this league, except Cloudchaser. He's hitting his prime at the age of twenty-nine, and many Farves are pressing for Pekarik to call him up to the NT. Ruv Warkaiser, who was Nitenseí's teammate in a Di Bradini squad, is an extremely tall and strong player; he blends perfectly with Lakkonen's precise crosses.

Young Prospects: Denzel Falk and Íí Sverigausen
Denzel Falk is Dor Frío's first big signing. He is a talented centre midfielder with many years ahead of him. Maartijn has already announced his intentions of easing him into the squad via rotation and whatnot, but I think even Vinter and Albertsson know the time has come for one of them. Íí Sverigausen, meanwhile, is a less promising player, but that does not mean he won't break into the starting eleven relatively soon. He's an extremely talented wing back, after all, and the Hikers are lacking in that department following Ljungman's departure. Also, no, we don't know what their parents were thinking when they gave him that name.
Gorfalle Town

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Manager:   Image Doró Munisipio 
Assistant: Image Lernt Fromé

Prediction: 18th
Season 19: 1st (FFL2)
Titles: FNL (15 and 18)
FFL2 (19)


GK: Image Loisé Dandeluneí
LB: Image Casimiro Forrheje
CB: Image Toby Toste
RB: Image Elip Guerra
LM: Image Ichi Arqueán
CM: Image Flaé Amípeu
CM: Image Friekder Mergosé
RM: Image Gundai Joneätaon----------------
OM: Image Amarinho------------------------
ST: Image Fabrifé Justo
ST: Image Reimoundé Jajemy----------------

Fan Support: Extremely dangerous
Nickname: the Canaries
Stadium: Parque Erfaon Lisdiren (10,000)
City: Gorfalle, Ferdullaele
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Transfers
Image Toby Toste joins as a free agent
Image Amarinho signed from Image União Mpulo


Overview
Gorfalle Town may not be very well-known to many people. It's their first season in the top flight. However, some stats geeks may remember one particular thing about this team: Erfaon Lisdiren, Farfadillis' first and best goalkeeper, played for their youth academy before being snapped up by Ferdullaele. More than twenty years later, the Canaries are now a team capable of avoiding relegation from the FFL, and they'll want to do just that. They seem to have smart management. They've made some cheap deals that look promising, and they've been investing heavily in their youth academy.

Strengths
Their offensive midfield. Arquéan, Joneätaon and Amarinho are all very talented players. The first two were particularly impressive last season in the second division, and the latter is a sub for his NT. They're all pretty young and inexperienced, but also very passionate. Naturally, many questions remain over how good they will be in the FFL, but their talent is undeniable, and results usually follow talent.

Weaknesses
Their defense is really subpar for this league. The players just can't defend, and, perhaps more importantly, they can't compensate for that with offensive presence. Toby Toste, their shiny new Audioslavian, is actually quite good, or so I was told, but he won't be able to make up for Forrheje and Guerra's inexperience, lack of pace and tactical obliviousness.

Key Players: Gundai Joneätaon, Amarinho and Reimoundé Jajemy
Gundai and Amarinho are young players with a bright future ahead of them. They're not expected to challenge for awards, but they should carry this team by themselves. Joneätaon's pacey and crafty, and can turn games around by his own, while Amarinho can, too, but in a different way. He's talented in most aspects that concern an offensive midfieder, but many say he's short and lacking in stamina. Now that he's playing for a professional team, maybe he'll turn that around?

Young Prospects: Marz Rossinare and Fletcher Trottier
Marz was part of the last Di Bradini squad, which shows just how much Gorfalle have been focusing on their academy. He's not a particularly exciting prospect as far as the NT is concerned, but you should expect him to break into the starting eleven this season. He's just too good for Gorfalle Town to bench him. Meanwhile, Fletcher Trottier's a pretty talented winger that will have a comparatively harder time getting his place in this team, but he could challenge Ichi for it in a year or two.
Fragardallians

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Manager:   Image Afirio Grogan 
Assistant: Image Jaín Aloway

Prediction: 19th
Season 19: 2nd (FFL2)
Titles: FTL (10 and 12)



GK: Image Mauro Sauno
LB: Image Lur Troya-------------
CB: Image Erin Del Río
RB: Image Ramíriz Repé
LM: Image Paulo Olmo
CM: Image Êrásmo Dí
CM: Image Ander Farrhasambe
RM: Image Rancisc Ucrouxtelá----
OM: Image Dalei Maino (C)
ST: Image Trevor van Barnevald
ST: Image Horat Ígfeyo----------

Fan Support: Small and loyal
Nickname: the Sailors
Stadium: La Cañería (20,000)
City: Ferdullaele, Ferdullaele
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Transfers
Image Erin Del Río joins as a free agent

Overview
Well, look who's back. The Sailors have returned to the FFL for what seems like the hundredth time. To be completely honest, they don't look like they're here to stay. They did well last season in the FFL2, but this squad doesn't look much better than it did when they were last relegated. If things click, they could manage to avoid relegation rather comfortably, but I would never bet on it.

Strengths
They're still quite lethal on the counter thanks to how fast their players are, particularly Ucrouxtelá. They like to sit back (read: play less suicidal football) and utilize long passes and fast legs to earn a few points. It works just fine, but it's probably not going to be enough to stay in the top flight. Still, who knows. They might strike out, they might succeed.

Weaknesses
Ramíriz Repé's a player they should've gotten rid of a long time ago. He's not fast, he's not capable offensively... or defensively, for that matter and, well, he's not good at all. Their defense is looking a lot more solid than it did a few years ago back when they still fielded Carlos Coramona (dark times for the Sailors), but it's still got Repé, so it's still their biggest weakness, regardless of how much Audioslavia they throw into it.

Key Players: Lur Troya, Rancisc Ucrouxtelá and Horat Ígfeyo
Lur Troya's a wonderful full back as far as defending goes. He's not very technically-gifted and he's just flat out blunt when bombing forward, incapable of really threatening the opposing team. However, he adds solidity to a defense that needs it direly, and he's overall a player most teams in this league would like to have. Ucrouxtelá and Igfeyo will be the ones most responsible for the success of Grogan's counterattack tactics. The first's got inordinate speed and great crossing, while the latter's pretty fast and a superb finisher. The manager can feel a bit relieved when it comes to those two.

Young Prospects: Jasmino Marios and Lac-Amédée Lâche
Fragardallians' youth academy is kind of in shambles. They used to produce the occasional good player, like Likko Sendero. Not anymore, though. Jasmino Marios is a young winger who could... uhh... become decent someday. Same goes for Lac-Amédée, though he's a striker. He's certainly got a silly name, though. That seems to help many footballers...
Prostran I Forzuda

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Manager:   Image Nikolina Herceg 
Assistant: Image Svjetlana Markovic

Prediction: 20th
Season 19: 3rd (FFL2)
Titles:



GK: Image Danko Copic
LB: Image Momcilo Dukanovic
CB: Image Uros Golemovic (C)-------
RB: Image Vladimir Tomic
LM: Image Bogdan Lukic
CM: Image Gojko Miletic
CM: Image Obrad Dakovic
RM: Image Gavrilo Jelic
OM: Image Ror Jevdjevic-Hadsic-----
ST: Image Slavko Perovic
ST: Image Ljuba Nikic--------------

Fan Support: Big and wild
Nickname: the Savages
Stadium: Bojno Polje (40,000)
City: Prostran, Karuvis
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Transfers
Nope. No transfers. Bunch of tightwads.

Overview
Farfadillis is an extremely diverse nation. States almost seem like countries. And some of them are a lot better at football than others. Puerto Farolero and Ruland dominate, while Ferdullaele is not too far behind. After them, Frion is actually kinda decent. All of the others kinda suck, generally speaking. However, Shojercia (with René Skaé Colonels) and Karuvis have been getting better over the years. Prostran I Forzuda is a perfect example of this. The biggest team in Karuvis is now a relatively decent team, and they feature an exclusively Karuvan team. You can tell cause all of the players' surnames end in 'ic'. Some years ago, they got into the FFL after the advent of the best Karuvan player in history, Cvijetin Santic, who even got capped for the NT. History seems to repeat itself, as Prostran I Forzuda's best player is now Ror Jevdjevic-Hadsic, and he actually looks like he could outdo his predecessor.

Strengths
They're the roughest team of the league. The Karuvans are not so technically-gifted (with the exception of Jevdjevic-Hadsic, of course), so they make up for it with tough tackling and crude fouls. It's a big advantage, as not all teams know how to properly respond to it, and the same goes for the referees. However, this does make them prone to getting players sent off, so it can easily turn into a weakness. But when you've got a team that's evidently worse than all the others, their tactic provides you with a way to fight, often quite literally. There's a reason their nickname is 'the Savages'.

Weaknesses
As said, only Jevdjevic-Hadsic is technically-gifted. All the other players suck at football. As a a result, they're not good at winning. And that will hurt their chances of avoiding the red zone. It's a pretty simple weakness, really. And a big one.

Key Players: Uros Golemovic, Ror Jevdjevic-Hadsic and Ljuba Nikic
Uros Golemovic is a tall, strong defender that's just rock solid in defense. He was great the season the Savages last played in the top flight, so expect him to be just as good this season. Ljuba Nikic was part of a Di Bradini squad not long ago, though how they did escapes me. He's Golemovic but in striker form. Tall and strong, a huge aerial threat. Finally, there's Ror Jevdjevic-Hadsic. The black sheep of the family. The one that can actually dribble more than two players if given the opportunity.

Young Prospects: Skov Bujkanovic and Petru Ilijanic
Skov Bujkanovic may not be as much of an exciting prospect as Cvijetin was back when he burst into the scene, or as Ror is, but he's still a wing back with an interesting future. Watch him closely, he could develop into quite something. Petru Ilijanic is a tall, muscular striker in the mold of Ljuba Nikic, because the Karuvans seem to like that kind of striker. He could turn out to be quite alright.
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FFL
---Image Team                     Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
-1 Image Mâ Âlâmëómë 38 25 4 9 129 64 +65 79 Champions------
-2 Image Avenida Leal 38 23 7 8 97 66 +31 76 Champions' Cup-
-3 Image La Nueva Avenida 38 21 9 8 108 65 +43 72 Globe Cup------
4 Image Dí Maozöxê 38 22 5 11 90 67 +23 71 Globe Cup------
5 Image Avenida Principal 38 21 7 10 89 64 +25 70 Globe Cup------

6 Image Avenida Victoria 38 20 9 9 94 56 +38 69----------------
7 Image Fryi Frêndê 38 18 10 10 82 54 +28 64----------------
8 Image Ravasha 38 16 9 13 76 69 +7 57----------------
9 Image Dor Frío 38 17 4 17 71 76 −5 55----------------
10 Image René Skaé Colonels 38 15 6 17 80 78 +2 51----------------
11 Image Flamagua 38 15 6 17 60 75 −15 51----------------
12 Image Gran Faro 70 38 12 9 17 63 66 −3 45----------------
13 Image Flying Jellyfish 38 11 12 15 80 95 −15 45----------------
14 Image Geyinstanles United 38 10 10 18 68 90 −22 40----------------
15 Image Fragardallians 38 9 12 17 64 90 −26 39----------------
16 Image Gorfalle Town 38 11 5 22 76 99 −23 38----------------
17 Image Libertarian Ferdullaele 38 9 10 19 68 94 −26 37----------------
18 Image Tympú 38 9 10 19 52 96 −44 37 Relegated------
19 Image Tifón De La Costa 38 9 9 20 60 93 −33 36 Relegated------
20 Image Prostran I Forzuda 38 6 9 23 44 94 −50 27 Relegated------

Image
Image Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Round 4
Image Image Kris Campbell 230 283 342 520--
Image Image Solomon Etezadi 206 255 323 480--
Image Image Ostadar Arambilet 196 239 316 -----
Image Image Fôrté Wínrôuge 193 223 --- -----
Image Image Zorio Etxezuniyiga 175 --- --- -----

Image
Image Goals
Image Image Kris Campbell 35--
Image Image Elexhé Nofzaleiné 26--
Image Image Eleazar Espeleta 24--
Image Image Kaj Aurora 22--
Image Image Risko Kâí 20--

Image
Image Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Round 4
Image Image Fôrté Wínrôuge 296 330 397 550--
Image Image Zorio Etxezuniyiga 244 274 329 450--
Image Image Ror Jevdjevic-Hadsic 201 226 274 -----
Image Image Paranawê 145 170 --- -----
Image Image Cai Laakkonen 114 --- --- -----

FFL2
-                             Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Duyrmyta Fau 38 22 7 9 81 58 +23 73
2 Sent 01 38 21 5 12 79 63 +16 68
3 Friguista Farfa 38 20 6 12 90 73 +17 66
4 Ñandfe 38 17 9 12 66 58 +8 60
5 Feardallis' Wanderers 38 17 9 12 76 73 +3 60
6 Tu Ti 38 17 8 13 98 89 +9 59
7 Rivijera 38 17 6 15 83 78 +5 57
8 Deporti Agaumi 38 16 9 13 78 76 +2 57
9 Ferdullaele 38 15 11 12 84 83 +1 56
10 Green Ruland 38 16 8 14 64 70 −6 56
11 Avenida Decepción 38 16 7 15 71 67 +4 55
12 Koloko 38 13 10 15 75 76 −1 49
13 DÖÂÉZ 38 14 7 17 70 77 −7 49
14 Jonder Trains 38 14 6 18 80 86 −6 48
15 Vetar Trg 38 13 8 17 73 83 −10 47
16 Ausharmuj Marusi 38 13 7 18 96 99 −3 46
17 1.FC Ledved Mountain Oxen 38 12 8 18 70 73 −3 44
18 Araujana Dimaraurrhé 38 12 8 18 68 77 −9 44
19 Silver and Gold 38 11 8 19 66 77 −11 41
20 Desert Titans 38 5 11 22 61 93 −32 26

FNL
-                              Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Madorre De Fuego 38 28 8 2 110 46 +64 92
2 Rosímar 38 28 5 5 110 56 +54 89
3 Feardallis' Unidos 38 16 13 9 83 70 +13 61
4 Karuvis Milajonovic 38 17 10 11 89 88 +1 61
5 Isky Novara 38 15 9 14 92 100 −8 54
6 Gre Gran Chacó 38 13 14 11 83 84 −1 53
7 Fragrafagardanialles 38 13 13 12 79 83 −4 52
8 Outsiders 38 14 10 14 74 80 −6 52
9 Ferdullaele Unidos 38 13 11 14 92 93 −1 50
10 Frion Libertas 38 12 13 13 94 97 −3 49
11 Mein Dief Honsson 38 13 10 15 88 94 −6 49
12 Darfallá Greens 38 12 11 15 74 77 −3 47
13 Ondeta 38 13 8 17 71 79 −8 47
14 Dus Poté 38 12 10 16 65 67 −2 46
15 Guja Guti Milllaro Fita 38 11 10 17 75 77 −2 43
16 Primera, Segunda y Tercera 38 11 9 18 77 92 −15 42
17 Llefraga 38 11 8 19 80 92 −12 41
18 Lasupi 38 11 8 19 76 89 −13 41
19 FOMT 38 10 10 18 69 85 −16 40
20 Ande 38 5 14 19 76 108 −32 29

FTL
-                            Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Avenida Azulada 38 24 11 3 85 48 +37 83
2 Rülândéá Côstä 38 21 8 9 101 71 +30 71
3 Dô Fäéýkô 38 21 8 9 96 67 +29 71
4 Club de Fútbol Raynor 38 20 9 9 93 68 +25 69
5 Foraé 38 19 11 8 80 56 +24 68
6 Avenida Marina 38 20 8 10 91 70 +21 68
7 Montesol Grande 38 19 10 9 103 76 +27 67
8 Errekochoa Supernovas 38 16 10 12 82 85 −3 58
9 Upaléi Guerrheres 38 12 13 13 82 83 −1 49
10 Club de Fútbol Yuba 38 12 12 14 77 84 −7 48
11 Avenida Natal 38 12 11 15 80 84 −4 47
12 Shotomalpa Blues 38 13 8 17 81 91 −10 47
13 Shotomalpa Drops 38 12 7 19 72 88 −16 43
14 Argonna Diguarâ 38 11 8 19 76 94 −18 41
15 Avenida de la Cruz 38 10 9 19 75 97 −22 39
16 Setenta y Siete Abejas 38 9 11 18 74 81 −7 38
17 Fortín de Puerto Farolero 38 11 5 22 73 104 −31 38
18 Shotomalpa Falla 38 7 14 17 71 90 −19 35
19 Torrhe del Viento 38 6 14 18 67 96 −29 32
20 Eterna 38 6 11 21 60 86 −26 29


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Season 21


MATCHDAY 1
Mâ Âlâmëómë 8-0 Friguista Farfa
La Nueva Avenida 3-4 Duyrmyta Fau
Avenida Principal 4-1 Sent 01
Avenida Leal 4-1 Gorfalle Town
Dí Maozöxê 0-2 Fragardallians
Fryi Frêndê 6-1 Geyinstanles United
Flamagua 0-0 René Skaé Colonels
Flying Jellyfish 1-0 Libertarian Ferdullaele
Avenida Victoria 1-0 Ravasha
Dor Frío 2-3 Gran Faro 70
MATCHDAY 2
Duyrmyta Fau 1-3 Mâ Âlâmëómë
Sent 01 5-2 Friguista Farfa
Gorfalle Town 1-4 La Nueva Avenida
Fragardallians 1-1 Avenida Principal
Geyinstanles United 3-4 Avenida Leal
René Skaé Colonels 1-3 Dí Maozöxê
Libertarian Ferdullaele 1-1 Fryi Frêndê
Ravasha 3-2 Flamagua
Gran Faro 70 1-0 Flying Jellyfish
Dor Frío 3-1 Avenida Victoria
MATCHDAY 3
Mâ Âlâmëómë 6-0 Sent 01
Duyrmyta Fau 5-1 Gorfalle Town
Friguista Farfa 0-0 Fragardallians
La Nueva Avenida 10-0 Geyinstanles United
Avenida Principal 1-3 René Skaé Colonels
Avenida Leal 9-2 Libertarian Ferdullaele
Dí Maozöxê 9-7 Ravasha
Fryi Frêndê 4-1 Gran Faro 70
Flamagua 8-4 Dor Frío
Flying Jellyfish 4-2 Avenida Victoria
MATCHDAY 4
Gorfalle Town 0-6 Mâ Âlâmëómë
Fragardallians 0-0 Sent 01
Geyinstanles United 1-3 Duyrmyta Fau
René Skaé Colonels 3-4 Friguista Farfa
Libertarian Ferdullaele 1-3 La Nueva Avenida
Ravasha 0-0 Avenida Principal
Gran Faro 70 1-0 Avenida Leal
Dor Frío 1-0 Dí Maozöxê
Avenida Victoria 0-1 Fryi Frêndê
Flying Jellyfish 4-1 Flamagua
MATCHDAY 5
Mâ Âlâmëómë 8-1 Fragardallians
Gorfalle Town 1-1 Geyinstanles United
Sent 01 0-1 René Skaé Colonels
Duyrmyta Fau 4-4 Libertarian Ferdullaele
Friguista Farfa 0-0 Ravasha
La Nueva Avenida 3-2 Gran Faro 70
Avenida Principal 5-1 Dor Frío
Avenida Leal 2-1 Avenida Victoria
Dí Maozöxê 1-1 Flying Jellyfish
Fryi Frêndê 4-4 Flamagua
MATCHDAY 6
Geyinstanles United 1-3 Mâ Âlâmëómë
René Skaé Colonels 5-3 Fragardallians
Libertarian Ferdullaele 0-2 Gorfalle Town
Ravasha 2-3 Sent 01
Gran Faro 70 4-1 Duyrmyta Fau
Dor Frío 1-2 Friguista Farfa
Avenida Victoria 0-1 La Nueva Avenida
Flying Jellyfish 4-1 Avenida Principal
Flamagua 1-3 Avenida Leal
Fryi Frêndê 1-3 Dí Maozöxê
MATCHDAY 7
Mâ Âlâmëómë 1-0 René Skaé Colonels
Geyinstanles United 1-5 Libertarian Ferdullaele
Fragardallians 8-5 Ravasha
Gorfalle Town 1-1 Gran Faro 70
Sent 01 3-3 Dor Frío
Duyrmyta Fau 1-1 Avenida Victoria
Friguista Farfa 3-2 Flying Jellyfish
La Nueva Avenida 0-1 Flamagua
Avenida Principal 3-1 Fryi Frêndê
Avenida Leal 4-1 Dí Maozöxê
MATCHDAY 8
Libertarian Ferdullaele 6-3 Mâ Âlâmëómë
Ravasha 0-3 René Skaé Colonels
Gran Faro 70 1-1 Geyinstanles United
Dor Frío 0-0 Fragardallians
Avenida Victoria 1-1 Gorfalle Town
Flying Jellyfish 1-3 Sent 01
Flamagua 12-4 Duyrmyta Fau
Fryi Frêndê 2-1 Friguista Farfa
Dí Maozöxê 2-5 La Nueva Avenida
Avenida Leal 4-1 Avenida Principal
MATCHDAY 9
Mâ Âlâmëómë 5-4 Ravasha
Libertarian Ferdullaele 5-1 Gran Faro 70
René Skaé Colonels 3-0 Dor Frío
Geyinstanles United 1-4 Avenida Victoria
Fragardallians 3-1 Flying Jellyfish
Gorfalle Town 1-1 Flamagua
Sent 01 1-1 Fryi Frêndê
Duyrmyta Fau 1-1 Dí Maozöxê
Friguista Farfa 2-12 Avenida Leal
La Nueva Avenida 4-0 Avenida Principal
MATCHDAY 10
Gran Faro 70 1-3 Mâ Âlâmëómë
Dor Frío 3-0 Ravasha
Avenida Victoria 1-2 Libertarian Ferdullaele
Flying Jellyfish 1-2 René Skaé Colonels
Flamagua 4-1 Geyinstanles United
Fryi Frêndê 2-0 Fragardallians
Dí Maozöxê 0-1 Gorfalle Town
Avenida Leal 4-1 Sent 01
Avenida Principal 3-0 Duyrmyta Fau
La Nueva Avenida 1-1 Friguista Farfa
MATCHDAY 11
Mâ Âlâmëómë 3-1 Dor Frío
Gran Faro 70 0-0 Avenida Victoria
Ravasha 1-1 Flying Jellyfish
Libertarian Ferdullaele 4-2 Flamagua
René Skaé Colonels 0-2 Fryi Frêndê
Geyinstanles United 1-5 Dí Maozöxê
Fragardallians 0-0 Avenida Leal
Gorfalle Town 3-3 Avenida Principal
Sent 01 1-1 La Nueva Avenida
Duyrmyta Fau 4-0 Friguista Farfa
MATCHDAY 12
Avenida Victoria 1-3 Mâ Âlâmëómë
Flying Jellyfish 4-1 Dor Frío
Flamagua 0-5 Gran Faro 70
Fryi Frêndê 7-2 Ravasha
Dí Maozöxê 3-2 Libertarian Ferdullaele
Avenida Leal 0-0 René Skaé Colonels
Avenida Principal 1-0 Geyinstanles United
La Nueva Avenida 3-0 Fragardallians
Friguista Farfa 2-4 Gorfalle Town
Duyrmyta Fau 0-0 Sent 01
MATCHDAY 13
Mâ Âlâmëómë 6-0 Flying Jellyfish
Avenida Victoria 3-1 Flamagua
Dor Frío 4-0 Fryi Frêndê
Gran Faro 70 1-2 Dí Maozöxê
Ravasha 3-4 Avenida Leal
Libertarian Ferdullaele 1-4 Avenida Principal
René Skaé Colonels 4-2 La Nueva Avenida
Geyinstanles United 2-2 Friguista Farfa
Fragardallians 1-0 Duyrmyta Fau
Gorfalle Town 5-3 Sent 01
MATCHDAY 14
Flamagua 6-2 Mâ Âlâmëómë
Fryi Frêndê 7-0 Flying Jellyfish
Dí Maozöxê 0-0 Avenida Victoria
Avenida Leal 2-0 Dor Frío
Avenida Principal 1-2 Gran Faro 70
La Nueva Avenida 2-0 Ravasha
Friguista Farfa 1-2 Libertarian Ferdullaele
Duyrmyta Fau 2-4 René Skaé Colonels
Sent 01 3-0 Geyinstanles United
Gorfalle Town 4-0 Fragardallians
MATCHDAY 15
Mâ Âlâmëómë 1-1 Fryi Frêndê
Flamagua 4-2 Dí Maozöxê
Flying Jellyfish 0-0 Avenida Leal
Avenida Victoria 0-5 Avenida Principal
Dor Frío 1-4 La Nueva Avenida
Gran Faro 70 5-3 Friguista Farfa
Ravasha 5-1 Duyrmyta Fau
Libertarian Ferdullaele 1-4 Sent 01
René Skaé Colonels 1-3 Gorfalle Town
Geyinstanles United 2-2 Fragardallians
MATCHDAY 16
Dí Maozöxê 2-1 Mâ Âlâmëómë
Avenida Leal 1-1 Fryi Frêndê
Avenida Principal 1-1 Flamagua
La Nueva Avenida 3-2 Flying Jellyfish
Friguista Farfa 1-6 Avenida Victoria
Duyrmyta Fau 0-1 Dor Frío
Sent 01 4-1 Gran Faro 70
Gorfalle Town 1-4 Ravasha
Fragardallians 2-4 Libertarian Ferdullaele
Geyinstanles United 1-0 René Skaé Colonels
MATCHDAY 17
Mâ Âlâmëómë 1-0 Avenida Leal
Dí Maozöxê 0-3 Avenida Principal
Fryi Frêndê 1-1 La Nueva Avenida
Flamagua 5-2 Friguista Farfa
Flying Jellyfish 3-3 Duyrmyta Fau
Avenida Victoria 5-0 Sent 01
Dor Frío 3-1 Gorfalle Town
Gran Faro 70 3-1 Fragardallians
Ravasha 7-7 Geyinstanles United
Libertarian Ferdullaele 0-3 René Skaé Colonels
MATCHDAY 18
Avenida Principal 1-1 Mâ Âlâmëómë
La Nueva Avenida 3-0 Avenida Leal
Friguista Farfa 6-5 Dí Maozöxê
Duyrmyta Fau 2-7 Fryi Frêndê
Sent 01 1-0 Flamagua
Gorfalle Town 1-4 Flying Jellyfish
Fragardallians 1-1 Avenida Victoria
Geyinstanles United 1-1 Dor Frío
René Skaé Colonels 3-0 Gran Faro 70
Libertarian Ferdullaele 3-0 Ravasha
MATCHDAY 19
Mâ Âlâmëómë 2-3 La Nueva Avenida
Avenida Principal 6-1 Friguista Farfa
Avenida Leal 3-1 Duyrmyta Fau
Dí Maozöxê 6-6 Sent 01
Fryi Frêndê 2-1 Gorfalle Town
Flamagua 2-0 Fragardallians
Flying Jellyfish 2-1 Geyinstanles United
Avenida Victoria 3-3 René Skaé Colonels
Dor Frío 3-0 Libertarian Ferdullaele
Gran Faro 70 0-5 Ravasha
MATCHDAY 20
Friguista Farfa 2-2 Mâ Âlâmëómë
Duyrmyta Fau 0-4 La Nueva Avenida
Sent 01 0-6 Avenida Principal
Gorfalle Town 0-1 Avenida Leal
Fragardallians 3-6 Dí Maozöxê
Geyinstanles United 1-4 Fryi Frêndê
René Skaé Colonels 7-1 Flamagua
Libertarian Ferdullaele 2-0 Flying Jellyfish
Ravasha 1-4 Avenida Victoria
Gran Faro 70 4-1 Dor Frío
MATCHDAY 21
Mâ Âlâmëómë 4-0 Duyrmyta Fau
Friguista Farfa 8-4 Sent 01
La Nueva Avenida 8-0 Gorfalle Town
Avenida Principal 4-1 Fragardallians
Avenida Leal 5-2 Geyinstanles United
Dí Maozöxê 2-4 René Skaé Colonels
Fryi Frêndê 1-2 Libertarian Ferdullaele
Flamagua 1-2 Ravasha
Flying Jellyfish 1-1 Gran Faro 70
Avenida Victoria 1-2 Dor Frío
MATCHDAY 22
Sent 01 2-4 Mâ Âlâmëómë
Gorfalle Town 4-3 Duyrmyta Fau
Fragardallians 1-1 Friguista Farfa
Geyinstanles United 0-6 La Nueva Avenida
René Skaé Colonels 1-4 Avenida Principal
Libertarian Ferdullaele 1-2 Avenida Leal
Ravasha 2-1 Dí Maozöxê
Gran Faro 70 1-7 Fryi Frêndê
Dor Frío 1-2 Flamagua
Avenida Victoria 1-0 Flying Jellyfish
MATCHDAY 23
Mâ Âlâmëómë 4-2 Gorfalle Town
Sent 01 1-1 Fragardallians
Duyrmyta Fau 4-2 Geyinstanles United
Friguista Farfa 3-2 René Skaé Colonels
La Nueva Avenida 6-1 Libertarian Ferdullaele
Avenida Principal 2-1 Ravasha
Avenida Leal 3-2 Gran Faro 70
Dí Maozöxê 0-1 Dor Frío
Fryi Frêndê 2-1 Avenida Victoria
Flamagua 1-1 Flying Jellyfish
MATCHDAY 24
Fragardallians 4-3 Mâ Âlâmëómë
Geyinstanles United 1-4 Gorfalle Town
René Skaé Colonels 3-1 Sent 01
Libertarian Ferdullaele 1-1 Duyrmyta Fau
Ravasha 2-3 Friguista Farfa
Gran Faro 70 4-3 La Nueva Avenida
Dor Frío 2-3 Avenida Principal
Avenida Victoria 1-3 Avenida Leal
Flying Jellyfish 1-2 Dí Maozöxê
Flamagua 1-1 Fryi Frêndê
MATCHDAY 25
Mâ Âlâmëómë 1-0 Geyinstanles United
Fragardallians 1-2 René Skaé Colonels
Gorfalle Town 4-3 Libertarian Ferdullaele
Sent 01 2-5 Ravasha
Duyrmyta Fau 0-4 Gran Faro 70
Friguista Farfa 3-2 Dor Frío
La Nueva Avenida 6-0 Avenida Victoria
Avenida Principal 5-4 Flying Jellyfish
Avenida Leal 6-1 Flamagua
Dí Maozöxê 1-1 Fryi Frêndê
MATCHDAY 26
René Skaé Colonels 4-1 Mâ Âlâmëómë
Libertarian Ferdullaele 3-6 Geyinstanles United
Ravasha 3-0 Fragardallians
Gran Faro 70 2-0 Gorfalle Town
Dor Frío 1-2 Sent 01
Avenida Victoria 1-4 Duyrmyta Fau
Flying Jellyfish 1-1 Friguista Farfa
Flamagua 7-1 La Nueva Avenida
Fryi Frêndê 2-5 Avenida Principal
Dí Maozöxê 2-5 Avenida Leal
MATCHDAY 27
Mâ Âlâmëómë 5-1 Libertarian Ferdullaele
René Skaé Colonels 4-1 Ravasha
Geyinstanles United 1-1 Gran Faro 70
Fragardallians 4-0 Dor Frío
Gorfalle Town 2-4 Avenida Victoria
Sent 01 2-4 Flying Jellyfish
Duyrmyta Fau 1-6 Flamagua
Friguista Farfa 2-2 Fryi Frêndê
La Nueva Avenida 3-6 Dí Maozöxê
Avenida Principal 1-1 Avenida Leal
MATCHDAY 28
Ravasha 1-1 Mâ Âlâmëómë
Gran Faro 70 0-3 Libertarian Ferdullaele
Dor Frío 1-0 René Skaé Colonels
Avenida Victoria 1-1 Geyinstanles United
Flying Jellyfish 0-1 Fragardallians
Flamagua 3-2 Gorfalle Town
Fryi Frêndê 3-0 Sent 01
Dí Maozöxê 1-2 Duyrmyta Fau
Avenida Leal 7-0 Friguista Farfa
Avenida Principal 2-1 La Nueva Avenida
MATCHDAY 29
Mâ Âlâmëómë 5-3 Gran Faro 70
Ravasha 1-8 Dor Frío
Libertarian Ferdullaele 1-1 Avenida Victoria
René Skaé Colonels 1-0 Flying Jellyfish
Geyinstanles United 0-2 Flamagua
Fragardallians 1-1 Fryi Frêndê
Gorfalle Town 4-3 Dí Maozöxê
Sent 01 4-1 Avenida Leal
Duyrmyta Fau 1-3 Avenida Principal
Friguista Farfa 1-5 La Nueva Avenida
MATCHDAY 30
Dor Frío 4-5 Mâ Âlâmëómë
Avenida Victoria 2-2 Gran Faro 70
Flying Jellyfish 1-3 Ravasha
Flamagua 4-1 Libertarian Ferdullaele
Fryi Frêndê 1-2 René Skaé Colonels
Dí Maozöxê 1-1 Geyinstanles United
Avenida Leal 1-0 Fragardallians
Avenida Principal 0-5 Gorfalle Town
La Nueva Avenida 5-2 Sent 01
Friguista Farfa 1-3 Duyrmyta Fau
MATCHDAY 31
Mâ Âlâmëómë 0-1 Avenida Victoria
Dor Frío 1-5 Flying Jellyfish
Gran Faro 70 2-1 Flamagua
Ravasha 1-1 Fryi Frêndê
Libertarian Ferdullaele 3-0 Dí Maozöxê
René Skaé Colonels 0-3 Avenida Leal
Geyinstanles United 1-4 Avenida Principal
Fragardallians 3-1 La Nueva Avenida
Gorfalle Town 4-0 Friguista Farfa
Sent 01 0-1 Duyrmyta Fau
MATCHDAY 32
Flying Jellyfish 3-4 Mâ Âlâmëómë
Flamagua 0-0 Avenida Victoria
Fryi Frêndê 0-0 Dor Frío
Dí Maozöxê 1-3 Gran Faro 70
Avenida Leal 9-0 Ravasha
Avenida Principal 1-1 Libertarian Ferdullaele
La Nueva Avenida 0-1 René Skaé Colonels
Friguista Farfa 0-0 Geyinstanles United
Duyrmyta Fau 1-0 Fragardallians
Sent 01 4-3 Gorfalle Town
MATCHDAY 33
Mâ Âlâmëómë 1-0 Flamagua
Flying Jellyfish 0-0 Fryi Frêndê
Avenida Victoria 1-2 Dí Maozöxê
Dor Frío 1-2 Avenida Leal
Gran Faro 70 1-0 Avenida Principal
Ravasha 0-3 La Nueva Avenida
Libertarian Ferdullaele 3-2 Friguista Farfa
René Skaé Colonels 4-1 Duyrmyta Fau
Geyinstanles United 3-2 Sent 01
Fragardallians 2-1 Gorfalle Town
MATCHDAY 34
Fryi Frêndê 1-1 Mâ Âlâmëómë
Dí Maozöxê 4-0 Flamagua
Avenida Leal 1-1 Flying Jellyfish
Avenida Principal 2-2 Avenida Victoria
La Nueva Avenida 2-0 Dor Frío
Friguista Farfa 0-5 Gran Faro 70
Duyrmyta Fau 4-4 Ravasha
Sent 01 1-4 Libertarian Ferdullaele
Gorfalle Town 2-1 René Skaé Colonels
Fragardallians 1-3 Geyinstanles United
MATCHDAY 35
Mâ Âlâmëómë 3-0 Dí Maozöxê
Fryi Frêndê 3-0 Avenida Leal
Flamagua 2-1 Avenida Principal
Flying Jellyfish 1-3 La Nueva Avenida
Avenida Victoria 0-0 Friguista Farfa
Dor Frío 2-0 Duyrmyta Fau
Gran Faro 70 4-1 Sent 01
Ravasha 1-6 Gorfalle Town
Libertarian Ferdullaele 4-0 Fragardallians
René Skaé Colonels 0-1 Geyinstanles United
MATCHDAY 36
Avenida Leal 1-2 Mâ Âlâmëómë
Avenida Principal 0-1 Dí Maozöxê
La Nueva Avenida 6-2 Fryi Frêndê
Friguista Farfa 2-12 Flamagua
Duyrmyta Fau 0-2 Flying Jellyfish
Sent 01 5-3 Avenida Victoria
Gorfalle Town 0-4 Dor Frío
Fragardallians 1-3 Gran Faro 70
Geyinstanles United 1-2 Ravasha
René Skaé Colonels 0-3 Libertarian Ferdullaele
MATCHDAY 37
Mâ Âlâmëómë 4-1 Avenida Principal
Avenida Leal 3-0 La Nueva Avenida
Dí Maozöxê 1-2 Friguista Farfa
Fryi Frêndê 3-1 Duyrmyta Fau
Flamagua 0-0 Sent 01
Flying Jellyfish 1-2 Gorfalle Town
Avenida Victoria 1-1 Fragardallians
Dor Frío 1-1 Geyinstanles United
Gran Faro 70 4-2 René Skaé Colonels
Ravasha 1-2 Libertarian Ferdullaele


As one of the most competitive and exciting seasons of the league is about to draw to an end, there's something to play for in almost every match left. Despite success in recent seasons, Avenida Leal have stunned everyone by arriving at the last matchday atop the table, and with a relatively easy game against Duyrmyta Fau left. Beating them won't be as easy as it first appears, though. They'll be fighting tooth and nail to avoid the drop. Meanwhile, Mâ Âlâmëómë have to face their sworn enemies the Novans. They have just been knocked out of title contention by an extremely solid performance from the Loyals, ousting them three-nil. Even though they have nothing to play for, nobody wants the Greens to win the league yet again, and their joint-biggest rivals are no exception. The game will be played at La Gran Avenida, so it's safe to say things look bleak for the Greens, even considering they are in-form, having just thrashed the Knights.

Speaking of the Knights, the fight for Globe Cup qualification will also be fierce. La Nueva Avenida have their spot secured, but places fourth through seventh can still make it. The Knights may have the advantage (a draw pretty much secures the spot for them), but they'll want to finish fourth to avoid a couple of preliminary rounds. They'll be facing Friguista Farfa away from home, so they're going to be facing an opponent as tough as Avenida Leal's. René Skaé Colonels, who have surprised everyone this season, will be looking to see off the season with the Globe Cup spot by beating Avenida Victoria at home, but not even a heartbreaking loss would make this season a disappointment for the fans. Speaking of teams that have overachieved, Gran Faro 70 also arrive at the last matchday with solid chances of making the Globe Cup. They'll be facing relegation-threatened Ravasha away from home, but their last seven games have all been wins for them, the last one of which was particularly vital - a win against the Colonels. Fryi Frêndê have to face a Gorfalle Town side that has nothing to play for, but they are a bit behind in points, so things do look the hardest for them.

And then there's the red zone. Geyinstanles United have been pathetic this season. They failed to avoid the drop a couple of matchdays ago. But moving away from them, things look pretty interesting. Three teams on thirty-seven points, one on thirty-eight and one on thirty-nine. The bookmarkers currently predict Ravasha and Duyrmyta Fau to ply their trade in the second division next season, mostly because their fixtures are slightly tougher than Friguista Farfa's. With a couple of upsets, though, we could have Fragardallians relegated. With a lot of them, we could see Flying Jellyfish, one of only two teams that have been in the top flight since day one (the other one being Fryi Frêndê), going down. They definitely haven't impressed, but one can't help but feel them going down would be a bit unfortunate, since they have been a cut above the other relegation-threatened teams.

-  Image                          Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Image Avenida Leal 37 25 6 6 110 44 +66 81
2 Image Mâ Âlâmëómë 37 25 5 7 116 59 +57 80
3 Image La Nueva Avenida 37 24 3 10 119 56 +63 75
4 Image Avenida Principal 37 19 8 10 88 59 +29 65
5 Image René Skaé Colonels 37 20 3 14 77 56 +21 63
6 Image Gran Faro 70 37 19 6 12 79 71 +8 63
7 Image Fryi Frêndê 37 16 14 7 86 53 +33 62
8 Image Flamagua 37 16 8 13 99 77 +22 56
9 Image Libertarian Ferdullaele 37 17 5 15 82 83 −1 56
10 Image Gorfalle Town 37 15 5 17 78 90 −12 50
11 Image Dí Maozöxê 37 13 6 18 79 87 −8 45
12 Image Dor Frío 37 13 5 19 65 75 −10 44
13 Image Sent 01 37 11 8 18 72 102 −30 41
14 Image Avenida Victoria 37 9 13 15 56 64 −8 40
15 Image Flying Jellyfish 37 10 9 18 61 71 −10 39
16 Image Fragardallians 37 9 11 17 50 77 −27 38
17 Image Ravasha 37 10 7 20 79 113 −34 37
18 Image Duyrmyta Fau 37 10 7 20 64 103 −39 37
19 Image Friguista Farfa 37 9 10 18 64 129 −65 37
20 Image Geyinstanles United 37 5 11 21 51 106 −55 26
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Season 21

Matchday 38


Welcome to ffffofficial.com.fa's official live feed for the last matchday of the season. We're entering one of the most exciting in recent memory, with Avenida Leal looking to secure their first ever title to cap off their incredible run and, provided they screw up, a fight between the Novans and the Greens to determine whether the latter's hegemony is cut short of extended. Most of the other matches have something important on the line, too, so things are bound to get exciting!

We'll be focusing on the La Nueva Avenida versus Mâ Âlâmëómë game at La Gran Avenida, but we'll be keeping you updated about every match being played. Without further ado, here are the line-ups for today:

Image Mâ Âlâmëómë: Tzâín - Náándéz, Etezadi, Kühâx - Rainsford, Einarsson (C), Tijgers Landhuis - Kâí, Wínrôuge, Aurora - Campbell

Image La Nueva Avenida: Rigutti - Cayfú, Pickton, Di Nolfo - Etxezuniyiga, Jaros, Café, Snow - Cloudchaser (C) - Simeone, Espeleta

On paper, Mâ Âlâmëómë look more threatening. But they looked like they were going to run away with the league on paper, and look where they are now. Kâí's had an uncharacteristically low-key season, while Einarsson's defensive input has been close to naught due to his age. Etezadi, Rainsford, Wínrôuge and Campbell have been carrying the team pretty hard, but the team just hasn't quite clicked like in previous seasons. Still, nobody can deny they could very reasonably be the champions come the final whistle.

La Nueva Avenida, however, are, on paper, the toughest opponent they could have been put up against. Etxezuniyiga has been the best winger in the league this season, while Jaros and Café have proved an immensely solid midfield partnership, and Cloudchaser's been pretty good considering her age. The other players could've honestly performed a little better throughout the season, but none of them have been bad by any means. With home advantage, the Novans have actually got the bookmarkers' backing.

1': And that's the kick-off. Ten games at the same time, and this is the FFL. Expect frequent updates.

2': GOAL! Friguista Farfa 0-1 Flamagua. Norrayola sets the tone for the rest of the matchday with a beautiful long shot which shifted trajectory unrealistically, mid-air.

3': And the Novans get the first shot on target! Great link-up play between Zorio and Salomón leads to Simeone going one-on-one against Tzâín, but the Farf international's speed off the mark is as remarkable as ever. Corner Kick for LNA.

4': IT GRAZES THE CROSSBAR! A great cross from Etxezuniyiga meets Pickton's head, but it's simply not enough.

5': GOAL! Gorfalle Town 1-0 Fryi Frêndê. Amarinho dribbles past two and chips it over the keeper in a matter of seconds. A fine way to cap off a fantastic season, and there's still a long way to go.

6': THE POST DENIES KÂÍ! A fantastic long-range attempt leaves Risko ultimately unsatisfied.

7': GOAL! Gorfalle Town 2-0 Fryi Frêndê. Amarinho again! Joneätaon's fantastic pass is met with a powerful shot to the corner.

8': GOAL! Gorfalle Town 3-0 Fryi Frêndê. Unbelievable! Amarinho scores what must be the fastest hat-trick in the league's history. This goal came from a frankly hilarious defensive mistake from Leiva.

9': PENALTY. Etxezuniyiga speeds past Kühâx before getting clattered by the Rulandese. That's a yellow card for the right back, and it's quite the lenient one.

9': GOAL! La Nueva Avenida 1-0 Mâ Âlâmëómë. Etxezuniyiga himself takes the penalty and buries it. Tzâín dove the wrong way. Things looking bleak for the Greens.

10': GOAL! Duyrmyta Fau 0-1 Avenida Leal. Arambilet helps make things bleaker for Mâ Âlâmëómë by scoring from a rebound that followed a powerful long-range shot from Zuazubiskar. Truly a Farf-Astograthian goal. The Loyals' fans, who have filled half the stadium despite the game being in a different state, are overjoyed. The atmosphere's electrifying.

11': GOAL! Sent 01 1-0 Dí Maozöxê. Tathmiel scores off a dubiously-awarded free kick. Solid goal, though.

11': And Mâ Âlâmëómë almost equalize! A delicious play by Wínrôuge, in which he dribbled three before sending Campbell through, ends in the Greens' main man shocking everyone by skying it. Pretty much the last player you'd expect to do that.

12': GOAL! René Skaé Colonels 0-1 Avenida Victoria. Negrini combines perfectly with the one and only Ronnie van Rijn of Avenida Victoria to put his team ahead.

15': FANTASTIC SAVE! Wínrôuge continues dazzling everyone, this time blitzing past the defense seamlessly before Rigutti denies him with one of the saves of the season. That's a corner kick for Mâ Âlâmëómë.

17': Despite being one goal behind, Mâ Âlâmëómë are clearly dominating this game. Wínrôuge's been picking apart the Novan defense since minunte one, and Risko and Kaj have been looking very dangerous. As things stand, they only need Kris to hit his stride and they'll be turning this game around in no time.

19': GOAL! Friguista Farfa 1-0 Avenida Principal. Categui gets to the ball first after Charmander gives up a rebound he really shouldn't have. A mistake that could cost the club UICA football.

20': GOAL! Ravasha 0-1 Gran Faro 70. Yleqtiik scores off a corner with a well-placed header. With this, Gran Faro have pulled ahead of the Knights. If the Colonels turn things around at Shojercia, there will be no international football for one of the most important Avenidas.

21': La Nueva Avenida's defense looks likely to break apart at any given moment. This time, it was a feminine combination that almost tied the game, with Rainsford pulling off an acutely precise long ball to Aurora, who dribbled Cayfú and Pickton before barely missing the target.

22': GOAL! Sent 01 2-0 Dí Maozöxê. Martesa scores the second goal for the Dragons as Dí Maozöxê continue to look as unconvincing as they have all season.

24': GOAL! René Skaé Colonels 0-2 Avenida Victoria. Negrini once again scores after combining perfectly with van Rijn, this time with a very classy chip over Csorba, the Farf way. Avenida Principal can breather easy for now.

25': GOAL! Ravasha 1-1 Gran Faro 70. Srrhegüené makes the most out of a tumultous set piece by being the one who finally punts the ball in. More good news for the Knights.

26' Now it's been La Nueva Avenida's turn! Café sets up Etxezuniyiga nicely on the left flank, who goes for whipped cross that Espeleta fails to convert into a goal.

27': GOAL! Friguista Farfa 1-1 Avenida Principal. Reneré ventures into the box and manages to score off a lucky rebound. Avenida Principal are now more comfortable than ever, though pulling ahead would do them no harm.

30': GOAL! Sent 01 3-0 Dí Maozöxê. Tathmiel gets the brace with a well-placed shot from the edge of the box to finish a lethal counterattack. Dí Maozöxê are crying for help at this point.

32': And Einarsson reminds us why he once was undisputably the best in the league! A wonderful attempt from afar is saved by an evidently in-form Sifé. Corner kick for Mâ Âlâmëómë.

33': Etezadi, always the aerial threat, barely misses the target.

34': GOAL! Ravasha 2-1 Gran Faro 70. Sukuramata exposes Gran Faro's defense with a brilliant display of technique to nutmeg Vázquez before smashing it into the roof of the net. As things stand, Gran Faro are missing out on international football. Truly a shame after their inspired performances and consequent enormous turnaround in the final stretch of the season.

36': GOAL! Fragardallians 1-1 Flamagua. Ucrouxtelá with the inspired run down the flank and his trademark traitorous cross. Fantastic goal, even if it relied on goalkeeper incompetence. The Sailors fighting tooth and nail to stay in the division.

37': It's really anyone's guess how Mâ Âlâmëómë have not managed to score yet. This time it was Tijgers Landhuis missing a fairly easy chance after Rigutti finally gave up a rebound following a powerful shot from Fôrté.

39': Simeone smashes the crossbar! Etxezuniyiga places a cross right into his head before the Semar striker narrowly fails to extend his team's lead.

40': GOAL! Fragardallians 1-2 Flamagua. Abrigo, one of the most clinical finishers in the league, was not about to miss a one-on-one just like that.

41': GOAL! René Skaé Colonels 0-3 Avenida Victoria. van Rijn gets his own goal with a very nice finish from the edge of the box. The Colonels have been appaling so far. They shouldn't get a Globe Cup spot if they're going to perform like this.

42': GOAL! Ravasha 2-2 Gran Faro 70. D'amore equalizes for the Bluebirds with a stunning scissor kick! This is what the Colonels get for playing so dreadfully. A marvellous effort from the youngster to put his team in a Globe Cup spot.

44': GOAL! Sent 01 4-0 Dí Maozöxê. Surpassa punishes the Rebels even further. For a defense featuring Ivaktör Bârr, I have to say their performance this season has been underwhelming at best.

45': There will be five minutes of injury time.

46': GOAL! Fragardallians 1-3 Flamagua. Sottosanti scores after being set up by Fuego, another Farf international who's failed to impress after moving back to his boyhood club.

HALF TIME

45': And the football's back!

47': Snow almost scores after a fantastic counterattack.

49': GOAL! Ravasha 2-3 Gran Faro 70. Distabile turns it around for the Bluebirds! Fantastic demonstration of teamwork from a team that has delighted football fans across the country as Distabile slots the ball in after twenty-two passes.

50': GOAL! Sent 01 5-0 Dí Maozöxê. Surpassa beating a dead horse with a well-placed shot to the lower corner.

51': GOAL! René Skaé Colonels 0-4 Avenida Victoria. van Rijn gets his brace as the Colonels continue to disappoint. A very powerful short from Avenida Victoria's Krytenian. Had Csorba successfully stopp that one, an injury wouldn't have been surprising.

52': Rainford sets Kâí up, but the Rulandese winger fails to score after touching the ball a bit too heavily to dribble Rigutti and thus missing the target.

52': GOAL! Ravasha 3-3 Gran Faro 70. Fâík leaves Gran Faro fans nervous with an honestly subpar finish that Celeésial should've stopped. Fryi Frêndê and René Skaé Colonels are most definitely not turning their games around any time soon, so the Bluebirds now need only worry about not losing the game.

53': GOAL! Friguista Farfa 2-1 Avenida Principal. Demetrio with a well-timed header. With this result, Gran Faro will now want to win their game to pull ahead of the Knights and skip a round or two of the Globe Cup.

54': Etxezuniyiga looking as dangerous as ever as he dribbled two and crosses to Espeleta, who heads it powerfully before being denied by Tzâín.

55': GOAL! Duyrmyta Fau 1-1 Avenida Leal. Tarantola equalizes against the run of play! While the Loyals looked dead set on winning their first title, Tarantola surprises everyone with a ridiculous long-range attempt that has somehow gone in! Probable contender for goal of the season. If Mâ Âlâmëómë equalize at La Gran Avenida and Avenida Leal concede another goal, we'll be looking at a final between the two to determine the league's champion.

59': GOAL! Geyinstanles United 0-1 Flying Jellyfish. Kjaer dribbles past the keeper and slots it in to smash the hopes of all of the devil-may-care people who bet on them going down.

60': Wínrôuge almost equalizes! A nice combination with Campbell to leave Pickton behind, then a swift move to get rid of Cayfú and the young Rulandese sends it just wide.

62': GOAL! Fragardallians 2-3 Flamagua. van Barnevald shortens distances with a nice volley after a precise cross from Ucrouxtelá.

64': PENALTY! Wínrôuge dribbles Café with a fantastic feint and then sets up Campbell with a beautiful pass. The Euran dribbled Pickton and, just as he's about to score, gets clattered by the manager's son.

65': GOAL! La Nueva Avenida 1-1 Mâ Âlâmëómë. Campbell does not miss penalties. With another goal, the Greens will bring the trophy home provided things remain as they are in Duyrmyta.

66': GOAL! Friguista Farfa 2-2 Avenida Principal. Ibarra equalizes for the Knights after a successful cross from Capion. Unusual for a winger to score from a centreforward's position, but that's Avenida Principal's fluid football for you.

68': GOAL! Libertarian Ferdullaele 0-1 Dor Frío. Perspicatxa puts his team ahead with a graceful, precise shot. With this goal, no game this matchday will end nil-nil.

70': GOAL! Friguista Farfa 3-2 Avenida Principal. Categui with the brace thanks to once again being in the right place at the right time. Avenida Principal still hang onto third place, though.

71': GOAL! René Skaé Colonels 0-5 Avenida Victoria. van Rijn joins Amarinho in scoring a hat-trick! A very powerful free kick the Colonels' keeper couldn't have saved.

72': After what's been a bit of a standstill (relative standstill, that is), we once again have something to report from the La Nueva Avenida-Mâ Âlâmëómë game! Risko with a superb run down the flank and a cross to Campbell, who has his missile of a header saved by Rigutti, who by now will probably be named man of the match regardless of result.

75': GOAL! Libertarian Ferdullaele 1-1 Dor Frío. Siorrha'Asione the sixteen-year-old wonderkid does not stop impressing! Showing glimpses of Dandalleion's early years, Stiin's astonishing pace allowed him to equalize with a lethal finish after a long pass from Paranawê. Great counterattack. The talent of these two kids has got no ceiling.

76': Mâ Âlâmëómë has been attacking very recklessly, looking for the goal that will allow them to lift the title for the third consecutive time, but so far to no avail. This time it was Aurora who came close to putting her team again, but her shot was off-target.

77': GOAL!!! Duyrmyta Fau 2-1 Avenida Leal. SANMORALES TURNS IT AROUND! Once again Duyrmyta scores against the run of play, this time with a ridiculous volley from their profoundly untalented centre back. Crazy. As things stand, this will not be the last Sunday of the season after all.

78': GOAL! Sent 01 6-0 Dí Maozöxê. Martesa scores the sixth for his team and Nônônô is said to have already been fired. It's all rumours, though.

79': GOAL! Friguista Farfa 3-3 Avenida Principal. Na'Noni pretty much secures fourth place for the Knights! The Bloo scored off a corner. With this goal, Friguista Farfa slide back into the relegation zone, and there's not much time left!

80': The game just couldn't be more exciting right now, with Mâ Âlâmëómë's defense likely to become a simple afterthought and La Nueva Avenida looking to punish their rivals on the counter. This time, Wínrôuge had a shot saved by Rigutti before Pickton picked up the rebound and punted it up to Etxezuniyiga, who sent Espeleta through on goal with just one touch. The Astograthian-Guayabalense tried to dribble Rôhj, but the Farf keeper was not having any of it.

82': GOAL! Ravasha 3-4 Gran Faro 70. Ricchetti puts the Bluebirds back ahead, but with Na'Noni's goal this will not be enough to get fourth place. They'll need to up their goal difference by twenty, and they haven't got much time left. Their only hope now is Friguista Farfa who, fortunately for them, must score to avoid relegation.

84': GOAL! Libertarian Ferdullaele 2-1 Dor Frío. Siorrha'Asione again! The Ferdullaelan striker won't be putting the Dandalleion comparisons to rest by rounding the keeper just like him! A fantastic way to cap off his fantastic season.

85': Mâ Âlâmëómë more desperate than ever! A nine-men attacking effort ends with Campbell missiling Rigutti but the Ferdullaelan is not about to start underperforming. Corner kick for the Greens.

86': IT HITS THE UPRIGHT! UNBELIEVABLE! Etezadi once again comes extremely close to scoring, but the post denies him. Avenida Leal fans sigh with relief.

87': Mâ Âlâmëómë continue to utterly dominate by quickly dispossessing Jaros and continuing their attacking play, with Rainsford attempting a very optimistic long pass, but Kâí's aging legs do not allow him to get to the ball in time to put it past Rigutti.

88': GOOOOOOOOAL! La Nueva Avenida 2-1 Mâ Âlâmëómë. JAROS WITH A BRILLIANT CHIP! Fantastic counterattack from the Novans. This is what Mâ Âlâmëómë get for being far too ambitious and attempting to avoid the final with the Loyals. It's not over, though. With a few minutes still on the clock, the Rulandese could still equalize!

90': Loud vilification of the referee as Mâ Âlâmëómë fans make their feelings about the measly three minutes of injury time public.

91':GOAL! Gorfalle Town 4-0 Fryi Frêndê. Amarinho gets a poker! Fantastic way to cap off a fantastic season. He took his sweet time to score the fourth, though.

92': GOOOOOOOOAL! La Nueva Avenida 3-1 Mâ Âlâmëómë. JAROS AGAIN! After desperate but inconsequential efforts from their rivals, La Nueva Avenida finally deal the killing blow with a fantastic counterattack orchestrated by Etxezuniyiga which Thajan gracefully ending the move with a chip over Tzâín.

93': AND THAT'S THE FINAL WHISTLE! AVENIDA LEAL ARE CROWNED CHAMPIONS FOR THE FIRST TIME IN THEIR HISTORY!

97': With Ravasha-Gran Faro 70 over, that's full time in all games!



MATCHDAY 38
La Nueva Avenida 3-1 Mâ Âlâmëómë
Friguista Farfa 3-3 Avenida Principal
Duyrmyta Fau 2-1 Avenida Leal
Sent 01 6-0 Dí Maozöxê
Gorfalle Town 4-0 Fryi Frêndê
Fragardallians 2-3 Flamagua
Geyinstanles United 0-1 Flying Jellyfish
René Skaé Colonels 0-5 Avenida Victoria
Libertarian Ferdullaele 2-1 Dor Frío
Ravasha 3-4 Gran Faro 70


--- Image Team                        Pld   W   D   L   GF   GA   GD Pts 
- 1 Image Avenida Leal 38 25 6 7 111 46 +65 81 Champions------
- 2 Image Mâ Âlâmëómë 38 25 5 8 117 62 +55 80 Champions' Cup-
- 3 Image La Nueva Avenida 38 25 3 10 122 57 +65 78 Globe Cup------
4 Image Avenida Principal 38 19 9 10 91 62 +29 66 Globe Cup------
5 Image Gran Faro 70 38 20 6 12 83 74 +9 66 Globe Cup------

6 Image René Skaé Colonels 38 20 3 15 77 61 +16 63
7 Image Fryi Frêndê 38 16 14 8 86 57 +29 62
8 Image Libertarian Ferdullaele 38 18 5 15 84 84 +0 59
9 Image Flamagua 38 17 8 13 102 79 +23 59
10 Image Gorfalle Town 38 16 5 17 82 90 -8 53
11 Image Dí Maozöxê 38 13 6 19 79 93 -14 45
12 Image Sent 01 38 12 8 18 78 102 -24 44
13 Image Dor Frío 38 13 5 20 66 77 -11 44
14 Image Avenida Victoria 38 10 13 15 61 64 -3 43
15 Image Flying Jellyfish 38 11 9 18 62 71 -9 42
16 Image Duyrmyta Fau 38 11 7 20 66 104 -38 40
17 Image Fragardallians 38 9 11 18 52 80 -28 38
-18 Image Friguista Farfa 38 9 11 18 67 132 -65 38 Relegated------
19 Image Ravasha 38 10 7 21 82 117 -35 37 Relegated------
20 Image Geyinstanles United 38 5 11 22 51 107 -56 26 Relegated------
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Season 21

Season Roundup


Victoria Lago did not sleep yesterday, as Avenida Leal's fans celebrated till sunrise their team's unexpected success. The Loyals had been one of the best teams in the league for a pretty long time, but the truth is, they'd only managed to finish second once (last season, though), and their squad was decidedly behind Mâ Âlâmëómë's and La Nueva Avenida's. However, with the Greens growing complacent and the Novans still trying to make their team cohesive, the Loyals managed to barely pull ahead of everyone else. With quality, desire and team chemistry at their disposal, it's not entirely surprising they've done it. Ostadar Arambilet was once again Avenida Leal's main man, winning the team a few points on his own, which ended up proving vital. Krysia Bailey and Torsten Navarro were very impressive, and most certainly had something to do with the Loyals' defense conceding the least. Dimitri Plovnarov's contributions on the left flank should not be overlooked, either, as he racked up many assists and a couple of important goals. The Acronian strike partnership up front, featuring Titus Blackett and Max Fawden, proved very lethal. Even though Arambilet and Bailey would be the only ones in this team that would start for Mâ Âlâmëómë, football is much more than individual talent, and this Avenida Leal squad has shown everyone in Farfadillis just that.

Speaking of Mâ Âlâmëómë, one cannot deny they have not lived up to expectations. However, when expectations are always at their highest season after season, it's not surprising such a thing happens. Besides, they were left trailing Avenida Leal by just one point. Just one goal could've made us sing a completely different tune. What was worrying for the fans, though, was the overall performance of some players. The team was carried, first and foremost, by Kris Campbell, nowadays the best player in the league, and Fôrté Wínrôuge, who lived up to expectations as the Next Big Thing of Farf football. Tanith Rainsford had a very good season, too, racking up a lot of assists. Solomon Etezadi had a bit of a quiet season considering what he had us used to, but he was still undeniably key for the team. Yurpá Mêndêlöíndçêl and Risko Kâí did fairly well, too, but nowhere near expectations. Neither of them were helped by age catching up to them and causing a few unfortunate injuries. Johan Tijgers Landhuis and Kaj Aurora were also relatively important for the team, but they've definitely had better seasons. With rumours of a possible Campbell departure looming and Kâí and Etezadi aging, one can't help but wonder what the future has in store for the Greens. The meteoric rise of Fôrté Wínrôuge and the indisputable quality of Tanith Rainsford lead us to believe it's nothing too bad, but sheer dominance will be hard to achieve.

La Nueva Avenida will not be excessively happy about having failed to qualify for the Champions' Cup, but the truth is they did well to keep fighting for the title until the last couple of matchdays. The season will be much sweeter than bitter with that finale, as well. Zorio Etxezuniyiga was undeniably their best player. He terrorized defenses consistently throughout the season. Thajan Jaros and Café's partnership in midfield proved vital more than once, while Cloudchaser despite evident physical decline, did not fail to feed balls to Yannick Simeone and Eleazar Espeleta, who both did well enough to avoid criticism for now, but Novan fans will probably expect them to step up if they are to win the league. Diego Snow did very well on the flank, but he was a bit overshadowed by his Audioslavian partner. Francesco Di Nolfo and Thjorgias Pickton were pretty solid, Francesco offensively and Thjorgias defensively, but some accuse them of inconsistency. They're young, though, so it's only natural. Sifé Rigutti was not particularly good, but he played an enormous part in breaking Mâ Âlâmëómë's hegemony, so the fans will be pleased with him. Salomón Cayfú, on the other hand, had a terrible season and nothing to cover it up with.

Avenida Principal did just as expected. However, they were way behind the first three, and were not really a part of the title race at any important point, plus they could've very well failed to qualify for the Globe Cup without luck smiling upon them in key moments. Still, Karl Varsteeg and Vareza Na'Noni were massive as usual, helping compensate for other players with defensive duties disappointing slightly, like Adán Báez. Iñaki Ibarra was the team's main offensive threat as he continues showing no signs of stopping his development. Renato Capion, Abuda and André Reneré were important parts of the team at various points of the season, but they seemed to take turns. Luke Charmander certainly didn't do very well this season.

Gran Faro 70 may have had the spotlight taken away from them by Avenida Leal, but they were still an enormous surprise. A team used to languishing on the lower half of the table, relying often on loanees to stay competitive and selling young talent to avoid deficit. The key to their success? That's really anyone's guess. Their squad was most certainly, in terms of quality, destined for mediocrity. However, with astonishing performances from Aaqeq Yleqtiik, Quirino D'amore and Elías Ruiseñor, mainly, as well as overall above-averageness from every single player, they stunned everyone by ending the season on an eight-game winning streak and securing a place in the Globe Cup. Ômâr Tlâhu and captain Blas Aiza were also integral parts of the team, though many argue they were actually the most important parts of the campaign because of their influence off the pitch. The Bluebirds will now be looking to build on this success to achieve financial stability and, who knows, maybe consistent UICA qualification in the future?

Just three points shy of UICA participation were René Skaé Colonels, which was also a surprise. Though they did terribly in the last matchday, they were still a formidable team throughout the season, mostly thanks to inspired performances from Apoxian Cristina Kowalczyk and youngster Archard Rigozsoldos. Hannes Mercier and Dorian Sólyom were responsible for making the football flow, and they carried that out brilliantly. Captain Léonard László put in some very impressive performances, too.

Another team that challenged for UICA participation until the very end were Fryi Frêndê, who were actually arguably better than the Colonels. Basajaun Courtemanche was the defensive stalwart we've come to know him to be, while Vanessa Pfeiffauf had her best season so far. Tor Hedegaard and Drê Roys were very dangerous on the flanks. Tzukân Fîrá did really well as a playmaker, but the same cannot be said about his goal tally.

Below them, Flamagua. They did relatively well. They probably deserved a few more points than they got, but certainly not UICA football. Eloy Norrayola was tremendous for them, and has now become one of the most hyped youngsters of Farf football. He's probably regretting moving away from Gran Faro 70, though. Drê Nrâgz and Toli Sottosanti made the team considerably dangerous when they played wide, while Carlos Abrigo put in the consistently good performances we're used to.

Tied on points with Flamagua are Libertarian Ferdullaele, but honestly, they played a lot worse than their position in the table might make you believe. However, it was an overall fantastic season for the Liberdullaelans, even if only because of the sudden appearance of Stiin Siorrha'Asione, now dubbed the new Friekder Dandalleion. A sixteen-year-old with pace reminiscent of the Farf legend, very clinical finishing and beautiful dribbling skills. The kid's got it all, by the looks of it. However, he was not the Libertdullealans' only good player. Mario Andaluzzei and Réwdorz Ltánavé provided him with great support. The defense and centre midfield were a bit shaky, though.

Comfortably sitting on tenth place are Gorfalle Town, who were touted as likely bottom-placers when the season started. Gundai Joneätaon and Amarinho formed a seemingly telepathic partnership. The right winger and the offensive midfielder were the nightmare of almost every defense in every single game. Aged twenty-three and twenty-four, it's hard seeing them not choosing to move to a bigger club. Rumours have it La Nueva Avenida are already looking at Amarinho closely as a replacement for Cloudchaser, while Avenida Principal are said to be interested in Gundai as a replacement for Iñaki Ibarra should he choose to move to another league. Other players who deserve credit for the mid-table finish are Toby Toste and Reimoundé Jajemy.

While Gorfalle Town's fans will certainly be ecstatic, Dí Maozöxê's fans will be the most disappointed. Every season, they're almost a certainty for UICA football, yet, this season, they didn't even manage a top-half finish. Lütò Nônônô certainly has his reputation to thank for avoiding the sack. Lüzân Dâ Mírnév was the only player who actually put in great performances. Pinsent Benzari, Dionysus Túrvërrõ and Alisa Redmond also did decidedly well, while a case could be made for Joan Fer Nonhagatte too, but that's about it. No other player was even decent relative to the club's expectations, in all honesty.

Dor Frío have been spiraling down lately, but, in a way, this season was an improvement to last season, when they barely avoided relegation. Twelfth place is still nowhere near the club's aspirations, however. Cai Laakkonen was the team's best player. He could be trying to force a move soon, though, as he's evidently outgrown his team. Nitenseí Perspicatxa was the one responsible for the team's best games, but he failed to turn up for a few. Denzel Falk broke into the first team rather aggressively with impressive performances for a player his age. Finally, Ruv Warkaiser scored pretty consistently.

In thirteenth place are Sent 01. The Dragons can't really complain about their final placing. They certainly could've been relegated with how they played. Still, the fans will be delighted to have avoided the drop. And they have club legend Iellwen Tathmiel to thank. The timeless Vanorian had a very good season once again, performing well when it was most needed. Cobolé Martesa impressed up front; considering his age, he's likely to stay in the FFL even if the team is relegated. Experienced central midfielder Walter Surpassa was also an important part of the team's success.

Avenida Victoria's fans have had to watch their team go from back-to-back champions to lower-mid table languishers, and one can't help but feel bad for them for that. Tremendous performances from Valerio Negrini, club legend Ronnie van Rijn of Avenida Victoria and also-club-legend Vasilije Østergård, the latter two now pushing the worse part of thirty, kept them afloat. The other players really cannot be excused for their frankly terrible performances, except maybe for Ramón Fonseca, who's been thrust into the starting eleven at a young age and still managed to perform a cut above most of his teammates.

Below them are another team with a set of supporters who've had to endure their team slowly but surely falling from grace. We're talking, naturally, about Flying Jellyfish. At times, it looked like they could actually be relegated. However, they played better than the Victorians, so one could argue their final placing was a bit unfair to them. Still, there're no excuses for avoiding relegation by just four points when you're a team with the money and fanbase of Flying Jellyfish, much like in Avenida Victoria's case. Kiley Penrith and Mark Kjaer were the only players who were quality throughout the season. Deryck Kukharchuk and Vojtech Gnesina were also fairly good.

Some of Duymyta Fau's more optimistic fans might've expected a bit more from the team, but avoiding the drop will certainly do for now. Though, Vareza Na'Noni is now probably a club legend, and he's never had to wear the shirt. That's not very good news. Nevada Tarantola scored quite a lot, often thanks to Slobia Malomba. Waldirio Instinti also looked fairly solid on the right flank. Sátúrnìn Vélâ may not have performed as most expected - indeed, Tarantola was supposed to learn from him - but he still scored when it mattered the most.

Friguista Farfa will be very disappointed to have gone down in such a heartbreaking manner, but in the end it was only fair. The Butterflies just weren't up to the task of staying in the league, and although a bit of luck and a fine performance against Avenida Principal could've turned things around, it didn't. Expect Vareza Na'Noni to get death threats from Friguista Farfa's fans in much the same way Thajan Jaros will get them from Mâ Âlâmëómë's. It's hard to pinpoint one player who did particularly well, as the team was considerably below average in all areas. Maybe Laysín Demetrio's performances will invite a few mid-table clubs to bid for him, but that's pretty much it.

Ravasha, who in their four previous seasons had never finished below twelfth, played dreadfully. Their fans will be inconsolable. It was a huge shock to the entire league, though, as they looked set to rise instead of dropping a tier. But maybe not all is bad. A season in the FFL2 might help them rebuild and... who am I kidding, this is huge for them. This could condemn them to eternal mediocrity. Their quality players, who actually performed rather well this season all things considered, Lúcio Srrhegüené, Antonio Quintanilla and Drý Fâík will most likely leave them. They'll miss out on a lot of television money. Gate receipts will be at an all-time low. Bleak panorama for the Warriors.

And, finally, Geyinstanles United were dreadful. Only the performances of Leonhard Arambauzá could be salvaged, and he will most definitely leave. They're definitely missing Lounoi Aká.

--- Image Team                        Pld   W   D   L   GF   GA   GD Pts  
- 1 Image Avenida Leal 38 25 6 7 111 46 +65 81 Champions-------
- 2 Image Mâ Âlâmëómë 38 25 5 8 117 62 +55 80 Champions' Cup--
- 3 Image La Nueva Avenida 38 25 3 10 122 57 +65 78 Globe Cup-------
4 Image Avenida Principal 38 19 9 10 91 62 +29 66 Globe Cup-------
5 Image Gran Faro 70 38 20 6 12 83 74 +9 66 Globe Cup-------

6 Image René Skaé Colonels 38 20 3 15 77 61 +16 63-----------------
7 Image Fryi Frêndê 38 16 14 8 86 57 +29 62-----------------
8 Image Flamagua 38 17 8 13 102 79 +23 59-----------------
9 Image Libertarian Ferdullaele 38 18 5 15 84 84 +0 59-----------------
10 Image Gorfalle Town 38 16 5 17 82 90 -8 53-----------------
11 Image Dí Maozöxê 38 13 6 19 79 93 -14 45-----------------
12 Image Dor Frío 38 13 5 20 66 77 -11 44-----------------
13 Image Sent 01 38 12 8 18 78 102 -24 44-----------------
14 Image Avenida Victoria 38 10 13 15 61 64 -3 43-----------------
15 Image Flying Jellyfish 38 11 9 18 62 71 -9 42-----------------
16 Image Duyrmyta Fau 38 11 7 20 66 104 -38 40-----------------
17 Image Fragardallians 38 9 11 18 52 80 -28 38-----------------
-18 Image Friguista Farfa 38 9 11 18 67 132 -65 38 Relegated-------
19 Image Ravasha 38 10 7 21 82 117 -35 37 Relegated-------
20 Image Geyinstanles United 38 5 11 22 51 107 -56 26 Relegated-------

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Image Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Round 4
Image Image Kris Campbell 334 364 429 559--
Image Image Ostadar Arambilet 211 243 363 441--
Image Image Fôrté Wínrôuge 191 197 208 -----
Image Image Zorio Etxezuniyiga 190 196 --- -----
Image Image Krysia Bailey 074 --- --- -----

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Image Goals
Image Image Kris Campbell 38--
Image Image Carlos Abrigo 28--
Image Image Yannick Simeone 26--
Image Image Max Fawden 25--
Image Image Fôrté Wínrôuge 20--

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Image Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Round 4
Image Image Aaqeq Yleqtiik 292 314 419 533--
Image Image Eloy Norrayola 220 254 316 467--
Image Image Stiin Siorrha'Asione 211 225 265 -----
Image Image Archard Rigozsoldos 197 207 --- -----
Image Image Mark Kjaer 080 --- --- -----

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FFL2
-                             Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Tifon De La Costa 38 24 4 10 92 74 +18 76 Champions
2 Ñandfe 38 20 10 8 94 76 +18 70 Promoted
3 Ausharmuj Marusi 38 20 8 10 82 61 +21 68 Promoted
4 Avenida Azulada 38 17 13 8 101 84 +17 64
5 Tympú 38 15 13 10 82 68 +14 58
6 Tu Ti 38 17 7 14 78 71 +7 58
7 Rivijera 38 15 9 14 89 77 +12 54
8 Rülândéá Kôstä 38 14 12 12 78 72 +6 54
9 Rosímar 38 14 10 14 75 78 −3 52
10 Ferdullaele 38 14 9 15 83 81 +2 51
11 Prostran I Forzuda 38 13 12 13 78 77 +1 51 Relegated (FTL)
12 Jonder Trains 38 15 5 18 81 91 −10 50
13 Madorre De Fuego 38 13 10 15 82 89 −7 49
14 Koloko 38 14 7 17 80 92 −12 49
15 Deportí Agaumi 38 13 9 16 90 89 +1 48
16 1.FC Ledved Mountain Oxen 38 11 9 18 75 80 −5 42 Relegated (FNL)
17 Dô Fäéýkô 38 12 6 20 79 105 −26 42 Relegated (FTL)
18 Green Ruland 38 9 12 17 82 94 −12 39 Relegated (FTL)
19 Feardallis' Wanderers 38 9 11 18 70 83 −13 38 Relegated (FNL)
20 Feardallis' Unidos 38 8 10 20 61 90 −29 34 Relegated (FNL)
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The Outlandish Lands of Farfadillis Ӿ Population: 29,814,000 ± 21,186,000
Capital: Ferdullaele Ӿ Demonym: Farf, plural Farves (Yes, really)
ffffofficial.com.fa Ӿ FFL Results by Season Ӿ How to get any WA Category Ӿ IIwiki Article

Champions: AOCAF Cups 43, 48 and 57
Hosts: AOCAF Cup 38, Baptisms of Fire 54 and 68
For: Good things Ӿ Against: Bad things

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