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Eraman
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Postby Eraman » Wed Nov 14, 2018 7:47 am

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CMFA Champions League I


Forty (40) of the best clubs from ten (10) Tanah Melayu nations will be competing to be the best club in the region. The fourth-placed clubs from each nation will start their campaign in the Qualifying Stage. Five (5) clubs will then be eliminated in the Qualifying Stage.

The five (5) clubs that won their matches in the Qualifying Stage will proceed to the Playoff Stage and joined by a third-placed club chosen in a draw. Another three (3) clubs will then be eliminated in the Playoff Stage.

The three (3) clubs that won their matches in the Playoff Stage will proceed to the Group Stage and joined by the top two (2) clubs from each nation and another nine (9) third-placed clubs not drawn in the Playoff Stage. The thirty-two (32) clubs will be drawn into eight (8) groups of four (4) in which the top two of each group will proceed to the knockout stage.

The final match will be played in the 51,200 seaters Grefberg National Stadium in Khantari, the final venue of the second edition of The Malay World Cup.



Qualifying Stage
(GYT)   Alespath United                3-6       Sparta Jocuka         (BRN)   3-2  0-4
(MSM) Mangala 3-3a Vista Union Club (DNS) 3-2 0-1
(PJI) Kiambang Athletic FC a4-4 Seposen Athletic FC (RVR) 1-2 3-2
(ZNY) Dalfspor 0-2 Damaisari (ERM) 0-1 0-1
(SEB) Clearclouds 2-3 South Dogknock (HTR) 2-0 0-3




Playoff Stage
(HTR)   South Dogknock                 3-2       Vista Union Club      (DNS)   2-0  1-2  
(PJI) Kiambang Athletic FC 4-1 Sparta Jocuka (BRN) 2-1 2-0
(SEB) Cape Innersteel Allstar 7-3 Damaisari (ERM) 2-1 5-2




Group Stage
Group A                            Pld   W  D  L   GF  GA  GD  Pts   Ask  AnC  RVi  RPu            
1 Askerispor ZNY 6 4 1 1 8 3 +5 13 — 1–1 2–1 1–0
2 Andadale City GYT 6 2 3 1 8 5 +3 9 1–0 — 1–1 1–1

3 Ragabakri Victory FC PJI 6 2 1 3 8 11 −3 7 0–3 2–1 — 3–1
4 Royal Puncakpura ERM 6 1 1 4 5 10 −5 4 0–1 0–3 3–1 —


Group B                            Pld   W  D  L   GF  GA  GD  Pts   Mit  PBU  EEm  Ana             
1 Mitra MSM 6 5 1 0 13 1 +12 16 — 1–0 2–0 1–1
2 Praise Be United DNS 6 2 1 3 6 11 −5 7 0–3 — 2–1 2–1

3 Elmont Emperor FC RVR 6 1 2 3 7 10 −3 5 0–2 2–2 — 2–2
4 Anara ERM 6 1 2 3 7 11 −4 5 0–4 3–0 0–2 —


Group C                            Pld   W  D  L   GF  GA  GD  Pts   INS  DVo  Mah  SCi             
1 Iron Nest Shores FC HTR 6 4 1 1 11 6 +5 13 — 3–0 2–0 1–1
2 Dynamo Vodvok BRN 6 2 2 2 7 7 0 8 1–2 — 3–1 1–1

3 Mahkamasaray ZNY 6 1 3 2 3 5 −2 6 2–0 0–0 — 0–0
4 Sorrowbrook City FC RVR 6 0 4 2 4 7 −3 4 2–3 0–2 0–0 —


Group D                            Pld   W  D  L   GF  GA  GD  Pts   FSo  Uta  Sha  SDo             
1 Forgiving Souls DNS 6 4 1 1 14 7 +7 13 — 3–1 1–1 3–1
2 Utama FC PJI 6 3 0 3 10 9 +1 9 1–3 — 4–1 2–1

3 Shani MSM 6 2 1 3 8 11 −3 7 3–1 0–2 — 1–0
4 South Dogknock HTR 6 2 0 4 6 11 −5 6 0–3 1–0 3–2 —


Goup E                             Pld   W  D  L   GF  GA  GD  Pts   OCG  Gur  CIA  WLR             
1 Old Cave Grove FC HTR 6 3 1 2 8 7 +1 10 — 0–2 2–0 1–0
2 Guru MSM 6 2 2 2 10 10 0 8 2–4 — 2–2 1–0

3 Cape Innersteel Allstar SEB 6 2 2 2 8 8 0 8 2–0 2–2 — 2–1
4 Wexaston Lake Rover GYT 6 2 1 3 5 6 −1 7 1–1 2–1 1–0 —


Group F                            Pld   W  D  L   GF  GA  GD  Pts   RDa  DCo  NWU  MUn             
1 Royal Daulapura ERM 6 3 3 0 8 4 +4 12 — 1–0 3–1 1–1
2 Defense Corps FC RVR 6 2 1 3 8 8 0 7 1–1 — 3–1 2–0

3 New World United DNS 6 2 1 3 9 11 −2 7 0–1 3–2 — 3–1
4 Marine United SEB 6 1 3 2 6 8 −2 6 1–1 2–0 1–1 —


Group G                            Pld   W  D  L   GF  GA  GD  Pts   SCr  SKu  CSt  KAt             
1 Sickle Creek FC HTR 6 3 1 2 7 7 0 10 — 1–1 1–0 0–1
2 Sparta Kuban BRN 6 2 3 1 8 7 +1 9 1–2 — 1–1 1–1

3 Cape Steelfork SEB 6 2 1 3 7 7 0 7 1–2 2–3 — 2–0
4 Kiambang Athletic FC PJI 6 2 1 3 5 6 −1 7 3–1 0–1 0–1 —


Group H                         Pld   W  D  L   GF  GA  GD  Pts   KPa  UCA  WWa  ADa             
1 Kotaraja Pahlawan FC PJI 6 4 1 1 11 6 +5 13 — 2–0 3–1 1–0
2 UCA BRN 6 2 2 2 9 9 0 8 2–3 — 1–1 2–0

3 Winteracombe Warrior GYT 6 2 1 3 9 12 −3 7 2–1 1–2 — 2–4
4 Al-Dalf ZNY 6 1 2 3 8 10 −2 5 1–1 2–2 1–2 —




Second Round
(HTR)   Sickle Creek                    1-3       UCA                  (BRN)   1-1  0-2  
(HTR) Iron Nest Shores 6-0 Guru (MSM) 4-0 2-0
(ERM) Royal Daulapura 6-1 Defense Corps FC (RVR) 4-1 2-0
(ZNY) Askerispor 1-4 Sparta Kuban (BRN) 1-0 0-4
(PJI) Kotaraja Pahlawan FC 5-2 Dynamo Vodvok (BRN) 3-2 2-0
(MSM) Mitra 8-3 Praise Be United (DNS) 5-1 3-2
(HTR) Old Cave Grove FC 2-5 Utama FC (PJI) 1-1 1-4
(DNS) Forgiving Souls 2-4 Andadale City (GYT) 0-1 2-3




Quarter Final
(GYT)   Andadale City                   3-4       UCA                  (BRN)   0-1  3-3  
(BRN) Sparta Kuban 5-2 Utama FC (PJI) 4-1 1-0
(ERM) Royal Daulapura 1-2 Iron Nest Shores FC (HTR) 1-0 0-2
(PJI) Kotaraja Pahlawan FC 5-4 Mitra (MSM) 2-4 3-0




Semi Final
(PJI)   Kotaraja Pahlawan FC            2-3       UCA                  (BRN)   2-2  0-1  
(BRN) Sparta Kuban 1-4 Iron Nest Shores FC (HTR) 1-1 0-3




Final
at Grefberg National Stadium (51,200), Khantari
(HTR)   Iron Nest Shores                2-1       UCA                  (BRN)

Iron Nest Shores wins the inaugural CMFA Champions League.



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Postby Damukuni » Thu Nov 15, 2018 9:45 am

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The 29th CoCoCo® Campionato Esportivano di Campeones
THE LEAGUE OF ESPORTIVAN CHAMPIONS
Preliminary Round and Round of 16



PRELIMINARY ROUND

[17] (KRV)        Cormyrth Park     5-0     Porzeziny            (SOU) [16]     2-0   3-0
[25] (CCU) Nel Deg Rovers 0-6 Miare CosmoStars (HIN) [ 8] 0-2 0-4
[24] (CCI) Cyborg Cocoabo FC 4-11 Desert Province FC (DKI) [ 9] 2-4 2-7
[20] (DRP) FC Libon 2-1 Yánsè (LOT) [13] 1-1 1-0
[21] (FHU) Palaeiologi 2-2 a Kabanalan SC 004 (FID) [12] 1-0 1-2
[18] (KRV) Kevardhu Palace p 0-0 Makarki (SOU) [15] 0-0 0-0 (4-2 pen.)
[26] (CCU) Ken Deg Utd. 1-3 Kanshiro Lopunnies (HIN) [ 7] 0-0 1-3
[23] (CCI) Coco-mart Select p 0-0 Football Miracle (DKI) [10] 0-0 0-0 (4-1 pen.)
[14] (DRP) Coerefente 0-1 Gǔ Gémìng (LOT) [14] 0-0 0-1
[22] (FHU) FC Aeaea Albion 1-0 Venividicci (FID) [11] 0-0 1-0

ROUND OF 16

[23] (CCI)     Coco-mart Select     0-6     Rozelle              (BRE) [ 1]     0-3   0-3
[ 9] (DKI) Desert Province FC 6-2 Miare CosmoStars (HIN) [ 8] 4-2 2-0
[18] (KRV) Kevardhu Palace 4-1 Wofford Town (APX) [ 4] 2-0 2-1
[17] (KRV) Cormyrth Park 3-4 Letson Town (ETN) [ 5] 3-3 0-1
[22] (FHU) FC Aeaea Albion 0-4 Pikemouth (BRE) [ 2] 0-1 0-3
[12] (FID) Kabanalan SC 004 0-3 Kanshiro Lopunnies (HIN) [ 7] 0-0 0-3
[20] (DRP) FC Libon 3-7 Barbury Town (APX) [ 3] 1-5 2-2
[14] (LOT) Gǔ Gémìng 0-5 Loconstead Utd. (ETN) [ 6] 0-3 0-2

QUARTERFINALS

[ 9] (DKI)   Desert Province FC     1-5     Rozelle              (BRE) [ 1]     0-2   1-3
[18] (KRV) Kevardhu Palace 1-7 Letson Town (ETN) [ 5] 0-4 1-3
[ 7] (HIN) Kanshiro Lopunnies 0-4 Pikemouth (BRE) [ 2] 0-2 0-2
[ 6] (ETN) Loconstead Utd. 5-4 Barbury Town (APX) [ 3] 4-2 1-2



SEMIFINALS

(5) Letson Town (ETN)—(1) Rozelle (BRE)
(6) Loconstead Utd. (ETN)—(2) Pikemouth (BRE)

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(5) Letson Town (ETN) or (1) Rozelle (BRE) — (6) Loconstead Utd. (ETN) or (2) Pikemouth (BRE)
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Postby Liga Starblaydia » Sat Nov 17, 2018 1:46 pm

Season 2239: Preview
New Season, New Deals
Big Money Shakes Up Liga Starblaydia
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Vega is Starblaydia's largest retail bank, now
the main branded partner of
Liga Starblaydia

In the aftermath of the 81st World Cup, and the perpetual shop window of the WCC cycle, there's always the excited chatter of transfer talk and ridiculous rumours rounded up in roving reports across the multiverse. These whisperings, however, only ever rarely involve Starblaydi clubs. Occasionally one or two free agents will make their way to a particularly cosmopolitan Liga Starblaydia side, but it was this Transfer Window where things really began to heat up.

Emboldened by increase revenues from two different sources, Starblaydi clubs set out to splash the cash for a range of players from Audioslavia, Pasarga, Cosumar, Vilita, Mercedini, Equestrian States and others. Mostly Atlantian Oceania players made their way to the regional powerhouse of Starblaydia, with two Under-21s going the other way to Vilita in the form of Kota Sato and Cosmo Leopoldi. But where did the money come from?

The first is increased revenues from TV deals, thanks to Liga Starblaydia returning to the Top 32 of the world's leagues. Led mostly by Jhanna City providing Starblaydia with excellent coefficient points, going back to two Champions Cup entries has really given the top clubs something to fight for. Secondly, a brand new sponsorship in the form of Vega, Starblaydia's largest retail bank, becoming the main brand partner with Liga Starblaydia. All the ediraf-produced kits will now include the Vega logo on their sleeves, with the deal rumoured to be pulling in billions of Credits that will hopefully filter through the SFA to the clubs themselves.

More money, more exposure and better foreign players are some of the best ways to improve the quality of Starblaydi talent at home, and this is one of Tororin Halatyrion's last pieces of the puzzle that he was putting in place before he graduated to World Cup Committee President. It's onwards and upwards for Liga Starblaydia, as its teams take a little more of the spotlight on the world stage than before.


Liga Starblaydia
Featured Team: Jhanna City

They're the defending Champions of Liga Starblaydia. They only just missed the group stage proper of the Champions Cup after a loss to Apoxian champions Banbury Town. They made it to the last sixteen of the Globe Cup, after winning their Group. They've almost single-handedly dragged Liga Starblaydia kicking and screaming into the Top 32 of the world's leagues. Atlantian Oceania Champions League Group Stagers. They're the Praetoran's club. They're not Jhanna-bloody-United. JCFC.

Jhanna City have spent the most money of all Starblaydi clubs, taking a title-winning side and improving it in practically every department. Cosumar's Cosimo Poole joins the front line, and Audioslavian Robdrick Brawn sees two young compatriots join in defence, Linf Canto and Pierre Pereire. Mercedini Under-21 defender Jordan Brindliev and a second Cosumarite, Kubra Babaturk, makes an entirely new back four. The real marquee signing, however, is Equestrian States goalkeeper Marilyn Peterson, signed from Schottian Club King's Park, to displace Nepharan goalie Cardinal Murrough to the bench. Peterson may 'only' be the Ponies' second string goalie, but she's a world-class shot stopper, denied the number 1 shirt purely by the greatness of Gentle Breeze.

The only issue with Jhanna City is that with so many new faces, can this title defence be successful with almost an entirely new side getting to grips with each other's game, under Jessica Garry's instructions?

Also look out for: Iskara Daii, who have added some Vilitan steel in the form of Kwuimekki Hentetii to their defence. Corinthian Spirits, splashing out on several players on the fringe of national squads from a number of nations. Hippion Overdrive's entirely new starting strike force of Audioslavian Fabregas, Pasargan Racicot and Equestrian States' Pelletier. Plus, in the managerial stakes, Althea Chenoweth of Brenecia taking over at Hallad Reavers, Pasargan Viviano Milani at Hecia. And (and!) what on earth will happen to Phraen Palace, as they managed an enormous sixteen draws last season to finish in 7th place - will new creative spark Ors Rátz of Pasarga kick them on to better things? There's so much to keep your eye on this season!


Liga Starblaydia 2
Featured Team: Cedrus Soundgardia

Cedrus Soundgardia were just a point away from safety last season, but despite that single point behind Tabeck FC, they were a massive fifteen goals behind in Goal Difference. They've learned from this, however, relying on their youth to bring through Tupu Alofa and young Theo Sigismund to the back four in order to keep their promotion hopes high. You think they'd sign some Audioslavians at some point, though, surely they want to play in Claret and Green at some point in their lives...

Also look out for: Keira Matranga trying to bring her Sporting Salicus side straight back up despite winning only two matches in thirty, scoring just seventeen goals. Penningworth United will also be trying to go straight back up. Don't count out Tournet Nicks or Tuncastle Rovers, though, as they're both looking to go one better than last season and make it into the promotion spots.


Liga Starblaydia 3
Featured Team: FC Farça

Farça are the team with the largest stadium in the land, but they're still down in the basement. They've got the potential, they've got the structure, but for some reason they just don't have the players and the results on the pitch. They'll have to scratch and claw their way back up, or languish outside of the popular, profitable games for the foreseeable future.

Also look out for: Nidola United only went down on goal difference, while Torpedo Bisarley were just a point below them in Liga 2.


The ones to watch in each division:
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Liga Starblaydia: Jhanna City | Liga 2: Cedrus Soundgardia | Liga 3 FC Farça

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Postby Baranil » Sat Nov 24, 2018 6:18 am

Liga Baranil Season Preview:
Sparta Kuban:
Last Season Finish - 1st (Champions Playoff)
Summary - Overachieving in the Champions/Globe Cup qualification stage by winning 3 out of their 5 ties but underachieving in the CMFA Champions League by being knocked out in the semi finals by Iron Nest Shores FC, Sparta Kuban have shown to be an unpredictable side, and with different pundits predicting them to finish in varying places between 1st and 5th in Liga Baranil this season, they are bound for an exciting season for the neutral fan to feast their eyes upon.

UCA:
Last Season Finish - 2nd (Champions Playoff)
Summary - The image of their title winning side from 5 years ago is still fresh in the minds of many fans, but most of them also still have the image of relegation from four years prior to that after over two years of wait for Liga Baranil to return burnt into their minds. With the side reaching the final of the CMFA Champions League last season many fans are anticipating a successful year, but at the back of every fans mind is that they were playing Liga Nacionale football just 8 years ago, and with an average team having a one in four chance of getting relegated, and with their tiny fanbase not exactly providing the club a river of Gold (mainly due to Coedsburgh only having 689 inhabitants), one slip up could be all it takes to doom this side to possibly multiple relegations.

Dynamo Vodvok:
Last Season Finish - 3rd (Champions Playoff)
Summary - It has been 20 seasons (or 22 years if you prefer to put it that way) since Dynamo Vodvok fans have seen their team lift the Liga Baranil title, having seen their team being relegated down to the third tier since then before climbing their way back up to Liga Baranil two years ago, Dynamo Vodvok fans are dying to see their team lift Liga Baranil's trophy and add it to their aged trophy cabinet since they will not be able to lift the National Cup due to them competing in the CMFA Champions League and the Globe Cup in the offseason, adding a huge focus onto the league for their fans and anything short of the Championship will break the hearts of their fans who have been patiently waiting to lift the Liga Baranil trophy for the past 20 seasons, though it would be funny for everyone else if they were to get relegated and play their reserve team in Liga Nacionale next year.

Sparta Jocuka:
Last Season Finish - 4th (Champions Playoff)
Summary - Winning two out of the four Liga Baranil titles stretching either side of the four year long crisis in the early seventies, Sparta Jocuka are the club who have waited the longest to reclaim the Liga Baranil title, but at least their fans can say that they are actually in Liga Baranil, something that their rival Dynamo Jocuka can no longer say after the pastry of a season they had last time out.

Sparta Saint-Peter:
Last Season Finish - 1st (Pro-Rel Playoff)
Summary - Topping the Pro-Rel Playoff to gain promotion unlike Liga Nacionale Champions UKA last season, Sparta Saint-Peter's performance last year was simply outstanding for their fans to see, their fans have modest hopes of survival but 5/8 pundits we asked said that they expect Sparta Saint-Peter to finish fourth in Liga Baranil, which would make survival definite for the new boys.

USC:
Last Season Finish - 2nd (Pro-Rel Playoff)
Summary - Being the best team in Baranil without ever having won Liga Baranil and failing to qualify for the Globe Cup last time out, winning the title is out of the question for USC. However, with their Owner managing to scrape together enough funds for him to buy several good quality players, mostly from Ruben Oranburg though a few were from abroad, it is not unlikely that USC could qualify for the Globe Cup this season and give their fans some preseason football to watch from around the world.

Mordov Rogak:
Last Season Finish - 3rd (Pro-Rel Playoff)
Summary - Nobody has really high hopes for Mordov Rogak with the best thing that can be said about them is that they could go under the radar of every team and suprise us all by having a good season like CSKA Vodvok did in their title winning season, though not one of our pundits has said that they have a chance of winning the title.

Lokomotiv Kuban:
Last Season Finish - 4th (Pro-Rel Playoff)
Summary - The most successful club in Baranil's history winning 15/47 league titles and being the team making the most revenue out of all of the teams in Baranil, narrowly beating out their rivals of Sparta Kuban, it would be an insult to their massive fanbase if they failed to qualify for back-to-back Champions Playoffs after last season's performance but the good news for their fans is that they likely will qualify for the Globe Cup.

Ruben Oranburg:
Last Season Finish - 5th (Pro-Rel Playoff)
Summary - Beating out CSKA Vodvok by a goal on goal difference to automatically assure their Liga Baranil status for this year, Ruben Oranburg were already in a tough situation with this being made worse by how their previous owner left in the offseason, sneakily taking all of the club's savings with him, along with a loan of 2,500,000 Warajas whcih went straight to his bank account to the expense of the club. A new owner took charge only 10 days before the start of the next season and has said publicly that the club's coffers are dry and that he doesn't have the massive amount of money that he would have to have so that he could pump into the club to buy the players needed to help the challenge for the Champions Playoff, which was made even worse when he saw that the club owed 3,150,000 Warajas including interest to a Loan Shark. Somehow making their situation worse was how the transfer window was nearly shut leaving the club no time for scouting players, Ruben Oranburg were forced to quickly sell their best players who hadn't already retired and call up ten youth players to field an "alright squad with what we had to work with" and "a club capable of obtaining the occasional draw" just so they wouldn't go bankrupt after two games of the season. No one has any hopes for them whatsoever.

CSKA Vodvok:
Last Season Finish - 6th (Pro-Rel Playoff)
Summary - The return of the one-time champs via the Million Waraja Game has left their fans overjoyed with the aim of the first season being survival, which doesn't look too difficult for CSKA to accomplish with the quality of the team that they field, especially since Ruben Oranburg will occupy one of the three automatic Liga Nacionale spaces in the Pro-Rel Playoff.

Predicted table by our pundits:
01 Lokomotiv Kuban
02 Sparta Kuban
03 USC
04 UCA
05 Dynamo Vodvok
06 Sparta Jocuka
07 Sparta Saint-Peter
08 CSKA Vodvok
09 Mordov Rogak (R)
10 Ruben Oranburg (R)

Teams Predicted to be Promoted from Liga Nacionale:
  • CSKA Kuban
  • UFA

(The Baranillian FA told us to say that they are proud to announce the creation of their Youth League, in which Senior schools, youth teams of Baranillian teams and trainees for a certain profession or company will compete for a place in the Youth Cup or promotion to a higher tier of the Baranillian Youth system.)
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(NOTE: The above will also be posted under the 'Season Preview' spoiler so that people who do not see this message will be able to see the above predictions should they be interested in doing so.)
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Postby Valladares » Sun Nov 25, 2018 1:55 pm

Procedural Notes:

  • The entries of Olympic de Crystal (Equestria Magna) and Versatio Giants (Mapletish) were rejected as both nations have reportedly ceased to exist.
  • The entry of Mortinenses (Dreamplanet) was rejected as the aforementioned club did not win a domestic cup competition.
  • The entries of Royal Puncakpura (Eraman) and CSKA Oranburg (Baranil) were rejected as both associations failed to fully submit their cup results.
  • The entry of Kabanalan SC 004 (Filindostan) was accepted on the condition that for next season the Filindostani FA submits its cup results according to Cup Winners' Cup regulations. Failure to comply with this provision will result in the exclusion of its entry for next season.
  • Real Azuris (Cosumar) were entered into the competition as titleholders, despite the Cosumarite FA forgot to include them in the relevant entry papers along with their cup winners.
  • The Valladar Football Association would like to apologize to its counterparts in the Mriin FA for the involuntary exclusion of AFC Hosingr from the preliminary draw. This mistake has been amended, and fortunately only three ties from the initial draw had to be altered in order to accommodate this extra entrant. That said, there was no need for a redraw.


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The Forty-Seventh Cup Winners' Cup


Previous Winners

Cup Winners' Cup History

Association Codes

AFT  Abanhfleft                            MRC  Mercedini
ANC Ancharmunn MRN Mriin
APX Apox NPH Nephara
AUD Audioslavia NWK Northwest Kalactin
BNJ Banija OME Omerica
BPE Beepee PDN Pridnestrovia
BRE Brenecia PJI Pauh Janggi
CBP Commonwealth of Baker Park QUS Qusmo
COS Cosumar RVR Ravenweather
CSA Côte d'Saphir SAL Saltstead
DAR Darmen SEB Steelbaron
DNS Demanams SEM Semarland
EFL Eastfield Lodge STB Starblaydia
EQS Equestrian States STL Siovanija and Teusland
EUR Eura TAE Taeshan
FID Filindostan TIN Tinhampton
GYT Greythrone UAR Union of Socialist Alpine Republics
HTR Khantari ULG Unified Legandia
JSY Jasĭyun VAL Valanora
KOR Ko-oren VIL Vilita
KSK Kelssek VLD Valladares
LOT The Golden Lotus WRL Whirl Islands
LUS New Lusitania


Welcome one and all to the forty-seventh edition of the Cup Winners' Cup, brought to you by the Valladar Football Association. This edition of the competition will see 45 clubs from 44 associations participate, an increase of 3 clubs and 3 associations from the last edition, with Real Azuris entering as Cup Winners' Cup titleholders despite failing to qualify through the Cosumarite domestic cup system. With 45 clubs taking part in this edition, the competition will retain the format used in the last edition: the cup winners from the twenty-six lowest ranked associations in the latest UICA coëfficients will take part in the preliminary round, with the 13 winners joining the remaining 19 clubs in the first round proper, from where the competition will be played in a straight knockout format. Current Cup Winners' Cup titleholders Real Azuris and Vanorian giants Raynor City United start this edition with their aim set on yet another CWC final victory, although Eura's Spartangrad and Cazadores Cathair from Audioslavia look strong enough to claim the cup for themselves. Now, without any further ado, the draws:

Preliminary and First Round Draw

Preliminary Round Draw
Mìngyùn (LOT) vs. Golden Wattle Bay (BPE)
Kawarthas DFA (KSK) vs. Kabanalan SC 004 (FID)
Advance Alara (KOR) vs. MTK Kingsville (DAR)
Utama FC (PJI) vs. Kesselburger Kickers (PDN)
FRI (CSA) vs. Istria City FC (BNJ)
Celtic Linlithgow (UAR) vs. Riuwiee United (AFT)
Sassari Trailblazers (OME) vs. Delton United FC (RVR)
Purple Town (NWK) vs. Andadale City (GYT)
New Lions Club (TIN) vs. Kingsfort AFC (ULG)
SW Stahlberg (STL) vs. Clayton City SC (CBP)
Cloudsdale Flyers (EQS) vs. Cape Innersteel Allstar (SEB)
Académica Coimbra (LUS) vs. Goldcestrians (DNS)
Poldanz (QUS) vs. Oldenhurst FC (HTR)
Catrina Waves (ANC) vs. Eikborg Club (SEM)

First Round Proper Draw
Cazadores Cathair (AUD) vs. Purple Town (NWK) or Andadale City (GYT)
Ōtachi Audfort (SAL) vs. Mìngyùn (LOT) or Golden Wattle Bay (BPE)
Slateport Bulls (VLD) vs. Tabeck Cefn Druids (STB)
Wofford Town (APX) vs. Cloudsdale Flyers (EQS) or Cape Innersteel Allstar (SEB)
Académica Coimbra (LUS) or Goldcestrians (DNS) vs. Spartangrad (EUR)
RFK Ogdenagorv (MRC) vs. AFC Hosingr (MRN)
Utama FC (PJI) or Kesselburger Kickers (PDN) vs. Raynor City United (VAL)
Newrook City (NPH) vs. SW Stahlberg (STL) or Clayton City SC (CBP)
Northern Union (BRE) vs. Advance Alara (KOR) or MTK Kingsville (DAR)
Olympia FC (EFL) vs. Celtic Linlithgow (UAR) or Riuwiee United (AFT)
Sassari Trailblazers (OME) or Delton United FC (RVR) vs. Revanigruud Riversharks (COS)
Catrina Waves (ANC) or Eikborg Club (SEM) vs. Navel FC (WRL)
Real Azuris (COS) vs. Kawarthas DFA (KSK) or Kabanalan SC 004 (FID)
Poldanz (QUS) or Oldenhurst FC (HTR) vs. Lonngeylin Coast (VIL)
New Lions Club (TIN) or Kingsfort AFC (ULG) vs. Yûpo CCK (JSY)
FRI (CSA) or Istria City FC (BNJ) vs. 1093 Club de Atlantea (TAE)

Final Site Election

Only one FA (Kelssek) expressed its interest in hosting this edition's final and sent its bid within the deadline, being accepted by the Organizing Committee. In light of the situation, the members of the Organizing Committee saw no need to think of any absurd or crazy selection processes/challenges and instead decided to choose the venue by acclamation. Thus the stadium that will host the forty-seventh Cup Winners' Cup final will be Exhibition Place in Kirkenes, Kelssek (cap. 38,600).
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Runners-Up: World Cup 75, Cup of Harmony 49, Copa Rushmori 25, Copa Rushmori 27, IBC 10
Third Place: Copa Rushmori 18
Fourth Place: World Cup 67, IBC 8, IBC 9, IBC 12
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The 47th Cup Winners' Cup


Preliminary Round
The first listed team is at home in the first listed score.
(LOT)                      Mìngyùn    2-2 a  Golden Wattle Bay            (BPE)   2-1   0-1
(KSK) Kawarthas DFA 3-5 Kabanalan SC 004 (FID) 2-3 1-2
(KOR) Advance Alara 5-3 MTK Kingsville (DAR) 4-0 1-3
(PJI) Utama FC 2-4 Kesselburger Kickers (PDN) 0-2 2-2
(CSA) FRI 1-2 Istria City FC (BNJ) 1-0 0-2
(UAR) Celtic Linlithgow 2-4 Riuwiee United (AFT) 1-2 1-2
(OME) Sassari Trailblazers 2-1 Delton United FC (RVR) 2-0 0-1
(NWK) Purple Town 2-3 Andadale City (GYT) 1-1 1-2 (aet)
(TIN) New Lions Club 4-1 Kingsfort AFC (ULG) 3-0 1-1
(STL) SW Stahlberg 2-1 Clayton City SC (CBP) 2-0 0-1
(EQS) Cloudsdale Flyers 5-2 Cape Innersteel Allstar (SEB) 2-2 3-0
(LUS) Académica Coimbra 1-2 Goldcestrians (DNS) 1-0 0-2
(QUS) Poldanz 3-0 Oldenhurst FC (HTR) 2-0 1-0
(ANC) Catrina Waves 0-4 Eikborg Club (SEM) 0-3 0-1


First Round Proper
The first listed team is at home in the first listed score.
(AUD)            Cazadores Cathair    7-3    Andadale City                (GYT)   2-1   5-2
(SAL) Ōtachi Audfort 6-4 Golden Wattle Bay (BPE) 2-1 4-3
(VLD) Slateport Bulls 3-1 Tabeck Cefn Druids (STB) 0-1 3-0
(APX) Wofford Town 5-0 Cloudsdale Flyers (EQS) 2-0 3-0
(DNS) Goldcestrians 0-7 Spartangrad (EUR) 0-6 0-1
(MRC) RFK Ogdenagorv 3-1 AFC Hosingr (MRN) 1-1 2-0
(PDN) Kesselburger Kickers 1-4 Raynor City United (VAL) 1-2 0-2
(NPH) Newrook City 2-1 SW Stahlberg (STL) 2-0 0-1
(BRE) Northern Union 3-1 Advance Alara (KOR) 3-0 0-1
(EFL) Olympia FC 5-1 Riuwiee United (AFT) 2-1 3-0
(OME) Sassari Trailblazers 0-1 Revanigruud Riversharks (COS) 0-0 0-1
(SEM) Eikborg Club 3-4 Navel FC (WRL) 3-3 0-1
(COS) Real Azuris 5-2 Kabanalan SC 004 (FID) 3-1 2-1
(QUS) Poldanz 1-4 Lonngeylin Coast (VIL) 0-2 1-2
(TIN) New Lions Club 1-4 Yûpo CCK (JSY) 1-2 0-2
(BNJ) Istria City FC 1-2 1093 Club de Atlantea (TAE) 1-1 0-1


Round of 16
The first listed team is at home in the first listed score.
(AUD)            Cazadores Cathair    5-1    Ōtachi Audfort               (SAL)   2-1   3-0
(VLD) Slateport Bulls 1-0 Wofford Town (APX) 0-0 1-0
(EUR) Spartangrad 7-0 RFK Ogdenagorv (MRC) 5-0 2-0
(VAL) Raynor City United 3-2 Newrook City (NPH) 2-0 1-2
(BRE) Northern Union 1-2 Olympia FC (EFL) 1-0 0-2
(COS) Revanigruud Riversharks 4-1 Navel FC (WRL) 1-1 3-0
(COS) Real Azuris 2-3 Lonngeylin Coast (VIL) 2-1 0-2
(JSY) Yûpo CCK 0-2 1093 Club de Atlantea (TAE) 0-1 0-1


Quarterfinals
The first listed team is at home in the first listed score.
(AUD)            Cazadores Cathair    4-1    Slateport Bulls              (VLD)   2-0   2-1
(EUR) Spartangrad a 2-2 Raynor City United (VAL) 0-1 2-1
(EFL) Olympia FC 0-7 Revanigruud Riversharks (COS) 0-6 0-1
(VIL) Lonngeylin Coast 3-0 1093 Club de Atlantea (TAE) 1-0 2-0


Semifinals
The first listed team is at home in the first listed score.
(AUD)            Cazadores Cathair    2-3    Spartangrad                  (EUR)   1-1   1-2
(COS) Revanigruud Riversharks 1-0 Lonngeylin Coast (VIL) 1-0 0-0


Final
To be played at Exhibition Place in Kirkenes, Kelssek
Spartangrad (EUR) vs. Revanigruud Riversharks (COS)
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Runners-Up: World Cup 75, Cup of Harmony 49, Copa Rushmori 25, Copa Rushmori 27, IBC 10
Third Place: Copa Rushmori 18
Fourth Place: World Cup 67, IBC 8, IBC 9, IBC 12
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The 29th CoCoCo® Campionato Esportivano di Campeones
THE LEAGUE OF ESPORTIVAN CHAMPIONS
Semifinals and Final



SEMIFINALS

[ 5] (ETN)          Letson Town     2-8     Rozelle              (BRE) [ 1]     0-4   2-4
[ 6] (ETN) Loconstead Utd. 3-4 Pikemouth (BRE) [ 2] 0-2 3-2

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[ 2] (BRE)            Pikemouth     0-2     Rozelle              (BRE) [ 1]

Congratulations to the 29th CoCoCo®
Campionato Esportivano di Campeones Champions

Rozelle

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The Damukuni Football Association has selected to renew its partnership with CoCoCo for the 30th and 31st editions of the CEdC.


Campionato Esportivano di Campeones
ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

  1. TWO TEAMS MAY ENTER. Each football association residing in the region of Esportiva is entitled to send two (2) teams from its domestic league into the Campionato Esportivano di Campeones (the "Contest").
    1. The first team must be a league regular-season champion or the winner of a post-season play-off, except as noted in section C of this rule.
    2. The second team must qualify on sporting merit, such as being the second-place team in the final league table, the playoff finals loser, or, if a post-season play-off is held, the regular season winner, except as noted in section C of this rule.
    3. EXCEPTIONS.
      1. APERTURA-CLAUSURA STYLED LEAGUES. Leagues with two distinct halves may, at their association's discretion, submit the two winners of each half, unless the same team wins both halves of the league, in which the football association reserves the right to send a second team on sporting merit using the criteria above.
      2. LEAGUES UTILIZING AN EXTRANEOUS POINT SYSTEM. Leagues using special points systems for determining post-season play should submit the top two teams at the end-of-season special points table. An example of an extraneous point system is the Damukuni Football League's Championship Points System.
  2. ENTRY FORM. Each football association must preface its entrant within a box as follows:
    Samplestan (XYZ) qualifiers
    CEdC:
    Sample United FC, Sample City FC

    If this rule is not followed, the entry form will be voided and your teams will not be able to participate. NOTE: Other competition qualifiers may be listed in the same box.
  3. SUBMISSION CUTOFF. The posting of the UICA Super Cup shall serve as the cutoff point for submissions into the Contest. Late entries that precede the Contest's Access List may be counted at the discretion of the Event Curator.
  4. FINAL SITE BIDS.
    1. Any resident of the region of Esportiva may submit a final site bid for the Contest.
    2. REQUIREMENTS. A final site bid MUST include:
      1. The stadium name and its location (at least a city name, if not also a state, province or territory name or street address).
      2. The stadium capacity. Stadiums must seat at least 55,000 fans.
      3. A picture of the stadium. The picture should blur out any real-life stadium names or national flags, and should be scaled to have a height of approximately 300 to 400 pixels. Stadium pictures MAY be hidden behind spoilers.
    3. RECOMMENDATIONS. The Damukuni Football Association, as Event Curator, recommends, but does not require, a final site bid include a short description of the stadium and any famous football-related happenings there.
    4. DEFAULT SITE. The default site, if no bids are submitted, is Naruto Shinagawa Field, Atarashii-Damushuto International Stadium, Atarashii-Damushuto, United States of Damukuni.
  5. QUESTIONS AND COMMENTS. Questions and comments about the Contest can be posted on the International Domestic Soccer Discussion thread, or telegrammed to Damukuni directly if you wish to keep your matter private.
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League One

   Team                 P   W  D   L For  Ag  +/- Pts
1 Ixion 18 13 1 4 33 15 +18 40 Champion, Champions' Cup
2 Consacres 18 12 3 3 35 20 +15 39 Globe Cup
3 Mont Vincent 18 7 7 4 18 18 +0 28 Globe Cup
4 Aux Arcs 18 8 4 6 32 22 +10 28 Globe Cup
5 Silverwood 18 7 5 6 21 20 +1 26
6 Continuum 18 6 5 7 31 29 +2 23
7 Alcide 18 5 5 8 16 20 -4 20
8 Alcaeus 18 3 7 8 24 43 -19 16 Relegated
9 Repulse Harbor 18 4 3 11 21 28 -7 15 Relegated
10 Lérins 18 4 2 12 21 37 -16 14 Relegated



MATCHDAY 1
Ixion 2-0 Aux Arcs
Silverwood 0-2 Mont Vincent
Repulse Harbor 5-1 Alcaeus
Continuum 1-1 Alcide
Lérins 1-2 Consacres

MATCHDAY 2
Mont Vincent 1-0 Ixion
Alcaeus 1-1 Aux Arcs
Alcide 0-1 Silverwood
Consacres 3-0 Repulse Harbor
Lérins 2-4 Continuum

MATCHDAY 3
Ixion 3-1 Alcaeus
Mont Vincent 0-1 Alcide
Aux Arcs 2-1 Consacres
Silverwood 2-1 Lérins
Repulse Harbor 2-0 Continuum

MATCHDAY 4
Alcide 0-1 Ixion
Consacres 3-0 Alcaeus
Lérins 1-2 Mont Vincent
Continuum 1-0 Aux Arcs
Repulse Harbor 0-2 Silverwood

MATCHDAY 5
Ixion 0-1 Consacres
Alcide 0-1 Lérins
Alcaeus 1-8 Continuum
Mont Vincent 2-1 Repulse Harbor
Aux Arcs 2-0 Silverwood

MATCHDAY 6
Lérins 0-4 Ixion
Continuum 0-3 Consacres
Repulse Harbor 2-0 Alcide
Silverwood 1-1 Alcaeus
Aux Arcs 0-0 Mont Vincent

MATCHDAY 7
Ixion 3-0 Continuum
Lérins 0-1 Repulse Harbor
Consacres 4-2 Silverwood
Alcide 3-1 Aux Arcs
Alcaeus 1-2 Mont Vincent

MATCHDAY 8
Repulse Harbor 2-3 Ixion
Silverwood 1-1 Continuum
Aux Arcs 7-1 Lérins
Mont Vincent 1-1 Consacres
Alcaeus 1-2 Alcide

MATCHDAY 9
Ixion 1-0 Silverwood
Repulse Harbor 0-2 Aux Arcs
Continuum 1-1 Mont Vincent
Lérins 2-2 Alcaeus
Consacres 3-2 Alcide

MATCHDAY 10
Aux Arcs 6-1 Ixion
Mont Vincent 0-0 Silverwood
Alcaeus 2-2 Repulse Harbor
Alcide 1-2 Continuum
Consacres 2-0 Lérins

MATCHDAY 11
Ixion 0-1 Mont Vincent
Aux Arcs 3-2 Alcaeus
Silverwood 1-1 Alcide
Repulse Harbor 2-3 Consacres
Continuum 1-3 Lérins

MATCHDAY 12
Alcaeus 0-3 Ixion
Alcide 1-1 Mont Vincent
Consacres 1-0 Aux Arcs
Lérins 1-2 Silverwood
Continuum 1-0 Repulse Harbor

MATCHDAY 13
Ixion 2-0 Alcide
Alcaeus 3-3 Consacres
Mont Vincent 0-1 Lérins
Aux Arcs 3-1 Continuum
Silverwood 1-0 Repulse Harbor

MATCHDAY 14
Consacres 0-2 Ixion
Lérins 1-2 Alcide
Continuum 1-1 Alcaeus
Repulse Harbor 1-1 Mont Vincent
Silverwood 2-2 Aux Arcs

MATCHDAY 15
Ixion 3-1 Lérins
Consacres 2-1 Continuum
Alcide 1-0 Repulse Harbor
Alcaeus 3-2 Silverwood
Mont Vincent 1-0 Aux Arcs

MATCHDAY 16
Continuum 2-2 Ixion
Repulse Harbor 1-1 Lérins
Silverwood 2-0 Consacres
Aux Arcs 0-0 Alcide
Mont Vincent 1-1 Alcaeus

MATCHDAY 17
Ixion 2-0 Repulse Harbor
Continuum 0-2 Silverwood
Lérins 3-0 Aux Arcs
Consacres 2-1 Mont Vincent
Alcide 0-1 Alcaeus

MATCHDAY 18
Silverwood 0-1 Ixion
Aux Arcs 3-2 Repulse Harbor
Mont Vincent 1-6 Continuum
Alcaeus 2-1 Lérins
Alcide 1-1 Consacres


League Two

   Team                 P   W  D   L For  Ag  +/- Pts
1 Athos 18 11 7 0 38 14 +24 40 Champion, Promoted, Series B Champions' Cup
2 Seleucus 18 10 5 3 16 7 +9 35 Promoted, Series B Champions' Cup
3 La Solitude 18 9 4 5 29 18 +11 31 Promoted, Series B Champions' Cup
4 Éminence Grise 18 9 1 8 17 18 -1 28
5 Vertumne 18 7 5 6 16 15 +1 26
6 Vidémont 18 4 7 7 23 29 -6 19
7 Sénéchal 18 4 6 8 11 14 -3 18
8 Chauvet 18 4 6 8 12 19 -7 18
9 FRI 18 4 5 9 14 21 -7 17
10 Massenet 18 3 4 11 10 31 -21 13



MATCHDAY 1
Seleucus 0-2 Massenet
Sénéchal 2-0 Chauvet
Athos 3-3 La Solitude
Éminence Grise 3-2 Vidémont
FRI 0-1 Vertumne

MATCHDAY 2
Chauvet 0-1 Seleucus
La Solitude 2-0 Massenet
Vidémont 0-0 Sénéchal
Vertumne 1-1 Athos
FRI 0-1 Éminence Grise

MATCHDAY 3
Seleucus 1-0 La Solitude
Chauvet 1-1 Vidémont
Massenet 0-1 Vertumne
Sénéchal 1-1 FRI
Athos 2-0 Éminence Grise

MATCHDAY 4
Vidémont 1-1 Seleucus
Vertumne 0-1 La Solitude
FRI 2-0 Chauvet
Éminence Grise 1-0 Massenet
Athos 0-0 Sénéchal

MATCHDAY 5
Seleucus 2-0 Vertumne
Vidémont 4-1 FRI
La Solitude 2-0 Éminence Grise
Chauvet 1-2 Athos
Massenet 1-0 Sénéchal

MATCHDAY 6
FRI 0-2 Seleucus
Éminence Grise 1-0 Vertumne
Athos 1-1 Vidémont
Sénéchal 1-1 La Solitude
Massenet 1-1 Chauvet

MATCHDAY 7
Seleucus 1-1 Éminence Grise
FRI 1-2 Athos
Vertumne 1-0 Sénéchal
Vidémont 3-0 Massenet
La Solitude 2-0 Chauvet

MATCHDAY 8
Athos 0-0 Seleucus
Sénéchal 0-1 Éminence Grise
Massenet 0-1 FRI
Chauvet 1-1 Vertumne
La Solitude 4-1 Vidémont

MATCHDAY 9
Seleucus 1-0 Sénéchal
Athos 4-0 Massenet
Éminence Grise 1-0 Chauvet
FRI 0-2 La Solitude
Vertumne 3-1 Vidémont

MATCHDAY 10
Massenet 0-0 Seleucus
Chauvet 0-2 Sénéchal
La Solitude 1-3 Athos
Vidémont 2-0 Éminence Grise
Vertumne 0-0 FRI

MATCHDAY 11
Seleucus 1-0 Chauvet
Massenet 0-4 La Solitude
Sénéchal 1-1 Vidémont
Athos 3-0 Vertumne
Éminence Grise 0-2 FRI

MATCHDAY 12
La Solitude 1-0 Seleucus
Vidémont 0-1 Chauvet
Vertumne 3-0 Massenet
FRI 1-0 Sénéchal
Éminence Grise 1-2 Athos

MATCHDAY 13
Seleucus 0-1 Vidémont
La Solitude 0-1 Vertumne
Chauvet 1-0 FRI
Massenet 0-2 Éminence Grise
Sénéchal 1-2 Athos

MATCHDAY 14
Vertumne 0-1 Seleucus
FRI 0-0 Vidémont
Éminence Grise 2-0 La Solitude
Athos 1-1 Chauvet
Sénéchal 1-1 Massenet

MATCHDAY 15
Seleucus 1-0 FRI
Vertumne 2-1 Éminence Grise
Vidémont 1-6 Athos
La Solitude 0-1 Sénéchal
Chauvet 2-0 Massenet

MATCHDAY 16
Éminence Grise 0-2 Seleucus
Athos 2-1 FRI
Sénéchal 1-0 Vertumne
Massenet 2-0 Vidémont
Chauvet 1-1 La Solitude

MATCHDAY 17
Seleucus 1-1 Athos
Éminence Grise 2-0 Sénéchal
FRI 3-3 Massenet
Vertumne 1-1 Chauvet
Vidémont 3-4 La Solitude

MATCHDAY 18
Sénéchal 0-1 Seleucus
Massenet 0-3 Athos
Chauvet 1-0 Éminence Grise
La Solitude 1-1 FRI
Vidémont 1-1 Vertumne


Côte d'Saphir Cup


First Round
La Solitude 0-2 Vidémont
Massenet 0-1 FRI
Éminence Grise 2-0 Vertumne
Sénéchal 0-1 Chauvet

Second Round
Éminence Grise 2-0 Continuum
Seleucus 0-1 Athos
Silverwood 1-0 Lérins
Consacres 5-1 Vidémont
Mont Vincent 2-1 FRI
Alcaeus 1-2 Ixion
Chauvet 2-0 Alcide
Aux Arcs 3-3 Repulse Harbor (3-3 AET, 2-1 PKs)


Quarterfinals
Athos 0-2 Consacres
Aux Arcs 0-0 Silverwood (0-0 AET, 2-3 PKs)
Chauvet 0-1 Ixion
Mont Vincent 1-0 Éminence Grise

Semifinals
Mont Vincent 1-0 Consacres
Ixion 1-0 Silverwood

Finals
Ixion 1-1 Mont Vincent (1-2 AET)

Côte d'Saphir (CSA) qualifiers
Puppet of Oberour Ar Moro

Champions' Cup: Ixion
Globe Cup: Consacres, Mont Vincent, Aux Arcs
Series B Champions' Cup: Athos, Seleucus, La Solitude

Cygnus Cup: Mont Vincent
VCIAPP: Repulse Harbor (CSA)

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The 47th Cup Winners' Cup


Final
Played at Exhibition Place in Kirkenes, Kelssek

(EUR) Spartangrad 1-1 Revanigruud Riversharks (COS) (3-1 AET)


Congratulations to Spartangrad on their first Cup Winners' Cup victory, bringing Revanigruud Riversharks' amazing run to an end at the last hurdle.


Notes for Cup Winners' Cup Entry

  • Each association may enter ONE club into the Cup Winners' Cup, with the exception of Eura which may enter one club in addition to Spartangrad.
  • Should Spartangrad win their qualifying national association or league cup, the spot held over for a second Euran entrant will be vacated.
  • Clubs can only qualify through ONE domestic cup competition.
  • Each user may enter clubs from no more than two associations. Puppet nations must be declared upon entry.
  • With the exception of Spartangrad, all entered teams must have won a national association or league cup; Super Cup winners and winners of play-offs cannot be entered.
  • Entrants must be posted in the International Domestic Soccer NewsWires (i.e. this thread), and at least the last three knockout rounds of the domestic cup tournament (i.e. quarterfinals, semifinals, and final) must have been scorinated and posted (with a link in the IDSN if it is posted elsewhere).
  • The deadline for Cup Winners' Cup entry will expire at the conclusion of the UICA Super Cup.

Stadium bids for the final of the 48th edition of the Cup Winners' Cup are now being invited. Only stadiums with a minimum capacity of 30,000 people will be eligible to bid for the final, and bids should be posted in this thread with relevant details of the stadium and its facilities. In the event that no bids are presented, the selection will default to Alexander I National Stadium in Swangard, Valladares (cap. 95,000).
THE UNITED KINGDOM OF VALLADARES
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Champions: I Coupe Pomme D'Or, Copa Rushmori 26, Copa Rushmori 29
Runners-Up: World Cup 75, Cup of Harmony 49, Copa Rushmori 25, Copa Rushmori 27, IBC 10
Third Place: Copa Rushmori 18
Fourth Place: World Cup 67, IBC 8, IBC 9, IBC 12
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**Denotes Foreign Player
***Loaned Out

1093 Club de Atlantea

Ground:Cattle Ranch (20,000)
Manager:Michael Tromboso
Colors:White and Yellow
Jerseys:
Fan Support:Medium
Expectations:Finish Top 5
Starters:Horst, McMillan, Carpathia, Sellus, Drake, Foster, Heller, Baker, LaPierre**, Olsen, Kahn*
ReservesEverett, Avery, Sanchez, Hornet, Wright
Sponsor:Sound Wave Electronics
Nickname(s):Cardinal
Offseason Moves: Bought Center Forward Gabriel LaPierre (Kelssek) from CF Outineau. Bought Left Back Timothy McMillan from Laketown FC.
Championships: 58
Other Accolades: Benevolence Bowl 22, Fadron Pizza Cup 30
Last Season Finish:3rd
Team Info Another strong performance form the one time Champions’ they were only 2 points out of the title, but failed to qualify for the Champions’ Cup in third. A strong showing in the Globe Cup hasn’t seemed to manage to affect the squad much as the offseason moves don’t inspire much confidence. They did get a strong forward in Gabriel LaPierre who is one of a trio of new Kelssek imports in the nation, and the most highly touted of the lot.

Al Haxire

Ground:Al Haxire Club Stadium 200,000
Manager:Benjamin Rover
Colors:Green and White
Jerseys:
Fan Support:Medium
Expectations:Avoid Relegation
Starters: Stevenson, Carindal, Corsaire, Jessamont, Morgenstern, Melvin, Madison, Flintlock, Covaugh, Clark, Kevin
Reserves Markitson, Porter, Pierre, Kove, Smith
Sponsor:Al Haxire Automotive
Nickname(s):Djinnis
Offseason Moves:None
Last Season Finish:21st
Championships
Team Info Al Haxire managed an impressive performance in hanging on for another season in the premier league. This seemed like the end of one of the players in the team as Shiloh Morgenstern rather sternly asked for a transfer, but nothing really came of it and the National team hopeful seems set for another season in the squad. It seems a touchy subject as Shiloh looks now like Geoffrey Klingenberg who after 5 seasons asking for a transfer finally got out of Knightspurs, and if Al Haxire continues to stay up mostly due to his strong play he may also find himself stuck in a rough place.

Atlantea Hurricanes

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Ground:Atlantea Coliseum 590,000
Manager:Alexandre Giroux
Colors:Blue and Green
Jerseys:
Fan Support:Very High
Expectations:Finish Top Half
Starters:Pacabel, Franz, Foster, Baker, Pern, Drew, Armageddon, Noctus, Helm, Nkitilina, Martin
ReservesMadison, Lightly, Jones, Caracas, Gallagher
Sponsor:Tae-Mart
Nickname(s):Hurricanes, Canes
Offseason Moves: Bought Center Midfielder Enigma Armageddon from Hoventon and Corlington Town FC. Bought Left Forward Wilhelm Nkitilina from MT Ceabring Thunder. Bought Jackson Helm from Yaton United.
Championships: 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 15, 21, 24, 26, 36
Other Accolades: Globe Cup 18 Runners Up, Fadron Pizza Cup Winners 4, 14, Benevolence Bowl Winners 1
Last Season Finish:10th
Team Info It was an interesting offseason for the second team in Atlantea, and the more famous one. They managed an impressive transfer in getting strong forward Wilhelm Nkitilina who seems a big forward prospect for Taeshan, but the rest of the transfers lack much to desire. The team seems rather unlikely to make much headway moving up the table, but we will likely see them stay in a similar spot to where they have been.

Bayern Phoenix

Ground:Old Club Stadium 77,000
Manager:
Colors:Red and Blue
Jerseys:
Fan Support:Very High
Expectations:Finish top half
Starters:Bender, Halifax, Bowler**, Carpenter, Parker, Evans, Williams, Grose, Vanderweil, Talbot, Kepler
ReservesKarlton, Bruiser, Hardaway, Barnes, Yelnats
Sponsor:Glendale Pharmacy
Nickname(s):Phoenix
Offseason Moves: Bought Center Back Tim Bowler (Kelssek) from Kirkenes FC.
Championships:20, 25, 27, 28, 29
Other Accolades: Fadron Pizza Cup Winners 1, 20, Youth Cup 6 Winners
Last Season Finish:7th
Team Info Bayern finished just outside of the Globe Cup places and that seems rather easy to understand when you look at the roster. Nothing really special for the five times champions which doesn’t really say much about the skill of the team but is a direct result of a youth team that hasn’t added much to the squad moving forward. That said they brought in defender Tim Bowler from Kelssek, and maybe the added defense can help them move up the table a little and get some more international games in.

Bayern-Algaer

Ground:Bayern Stadium 24,000
Manager:Aaron Opare
Colors:Red and Black
Jerseys:
Fan Support:High
Expectations:Top 5
Starters:Smith, Smith, O’Malley**, Tina, Stevenson, Potter, McCoy, Valspar, Petersheim, Johnson, Jacks
Reserves McDavid, Kopp, Jamison, Noble, Michael
Sponsor:Weaver, Smith and Wrangler
Nickname(s):Weavers
Offseason Moves:
Championships:17, 22, 23, 32, 51
Other Accolades: Fadron Pizza Cup Winners 17
Last Season Finish:5th
Team Info On the other side of Bayern the Weavers find themselves in an eerily similar situation to their rivals. No real signings in the offseason and not a lot of players that would excite many around the world, but they did manage to finish in fifth place in the last season and continue to be a very strong side. They are not exciting but they do a very good job at getting the work done and that has led to a lot of success for the side.


Blacklake Blues

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Ground:Blacklake Blues Ballpark 79,000
Manager:Everett Anderson
Colors:Blue and Green
Jerseys:
Fan Support:Medium
Expectations:Compete for a Title
Starters:Jingleheimer-Smitt, Fasnacht*, Trueblood, Pryce, Minter, Cantove, Carnes, Hébert**, Good, Johnson, Cotteril
Reserves:Carleton, Angelou, Dietrich, Vogue, Tedeschi
Sponsor:Blacklake Brewery
Nickname(s):Blues
Offseason Moves: Promoted youth squad striker Alejandro Tedeschi.
Championships:
Other Accolades:
Last Season Finish:11th
Team Info While other teams in Taeshan have finally broke their ducks and managed to win the Premier League Blacklake is one of the few that is likely kicking themselves after continued success in recent seasons that has not led to them lifting the trophy. They have slowly regressed to the mean their fans expect and it seems unlikely that anytime soon this team is able to do much of anything in the way of finally winning the title.

Capetown Crocs

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Ground:Capetown Stadium 34,000
Manager:
Colors:Black and Green
Jerseys:
Fan Support:Medium
Expectations:Finish Mid Table
Starters:Dufailloy**, Grey, Baker, Drew, Smitt, Beans, Carlisle, Gordon, Carlson, Arrendale, Barnes
ReservesSummit, Wright, Irving, Jeffrey, Kline
Sponsor:TMI Lighting
Nickname(s):Crocs, The Ancients
Offseason Moves: Bought Center Back Karl Drew from Williams Isle.
Last Season Finish:19th
Team Info It was an interesting season for Capetown as they have continued to fall down the league table in the past few years. They made a mighty climb, but they don’t have a lot to really show in their squad. A strong youth side has not led to strong play in the Premier League but they never seem close to falling out. The big thing may be the impending departure of long-term goalie George Dufailloy. That might mark the end of a long stretch of top division play for the northern outfit.


Fadrön Flight

Ground:Fadrön University Field 89,000
Manager:
Colors:Green and Red
Jerseys:
Fan Support:Medium
Expectations:Compete for a title
Starters:Calvin, Cortez, Pryce, Stevenson*, Bentley, Kiln, Farnsworth, Figeuroa, Glavine Connoly, Martin
Reserves:Ben, Cartwright, Jacobs, Prince, Jiminez
Sponsor:Fadron Pizza
Nickname(s):Flight, Flyers
Offseason Moves:
Championships:
Other Accolades: Fadron Pizza Cup Winners 19, Youth Cup 1 Winners
Last Season Finish:12th
Team Info The squad that most knows what it is like to be like Blacklake. So many periods of sustained success but while many others have managed to win the league, Fadron still has little to show for their levels of success. A Cup from decades ago and one triump in their youth side has many looking at a young squad with not much strength. The biggest weapon Alson Figeuroa, starts now for the national team, but will likely look to earn a big paycheck in a foreign market sooner, somewhere his creativity may actually be used instead of the physical play Fadron is known for.

Hannah

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Ground:The Field (23,000)
Manager:Carter Salazar
Colors:Red and White
Jerseys:
Fan Support:Low
Expectations:Avoid Relegation
Starters:Gardener, Gochenauer, Carlson, Mueller, Marks, Kennedy, Smart, Martinez, Pantalimon, Brubaker, Robertson
Reserves Carter, Price, Vanguard, Montoya, James
Sponsor:
Nickname(s):Hoppers
Offseason Moves:
Other Accolades:
Last Season Finish:3rd Erste Liga
Team Info Hannah managed to do what teams hardly ever do in Taeshan, win a promotion playoff. Their defeat of Mt Ceabring was the first time a Premier League side lost one of those playoff games in over two decades. The strength of their youth side has seen Hannah have some strong seasons, but their most recent Premier League team was too young to compete. This team now has some strength, a Premier League season behind them, a promotion fight, and most of the roster is together. But we will see what happens, will they be better at the second time of calling?

Knightspurs

Ground:The Dome 92,300
Manager:Barry Conrad
Colors:Purple and Powder Blue
Jerseys:
Fan Support:High
Expectations:Avoid Relegation
Starters: Harnell, Green, Cloven, Elvis, Martin, Everett, Miles, Urt, Ace, Wanner, Smith
Reserves Swann, Black, Grant, Cartwright, Quan
Sponsor:Tae-Mart
Nickname(s):Spurs, Knights
Offseason Moves: Sold Right Midfielder Geoffrey Klingenberg to FC Brimstone. Bought Right Midfielder Ben Miles from Yaton United.
Other Accolades:
Last Season Finish:19th
Team Info Geoffrey Klingenberg’s long drawn out transfer saga has finally ended and the man is no longer playing in Taeshan. That move gained a lot of money for the Knightspurs side, but their replacement has left fans with a worried taste in their mouth. One of the longest serving premier league sides in their current stint, that have spent seasons in lower divisions, it looks like the fans think that this could be the season the once internationally competing side falls to the second division.


Laketown Rangers

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Ground:Stadium on the Lake 90,000
Manager:Matteus Sigurdsson
Colors:Blue, Blue and More Blue
Jerseys:
Fan Support:Very High
Expectations:Championship
Starters:Alison, Clark, Sale**, Martin, Coshan, Jewsbury, George, Applesby, Ford, Snavely*, Smith
Reserves: Yago**, Cox, Prewitt, Carter, Fish
Sponsor:Laketown Police Academy
Nickname(s):Rangers
Offseason Moves: Bought Left Back Matt Clark from Williams Isle. Bought Right Back Max Martin from Laketown FC. Bought Center Forward Kyle Smith from Mt Ceabring Thunder.
Championships:31, 33, 34, 35, 53, 60
Other Accolades: Fadron Pizza Cup 6, 10, 14, 17, 27, 28, Benevolence Bowl 17, 23
Last Season Finish:2nd
Team Info The embarrassment of riches in Laketown has still managed to fail to lead to a 7th title for the side. With former Taeshan captain Miles Snavely, current Taeshan Captain Janson Jewsbury, and national team starter Daigo Coshan many would expect the side to dominate the league but Snavely keeps getting injured. The old talismanic striker would surely like to add a second Premier League title to his cabinet but if he cannot, this may be his swan song in Taeshan.


Los Riosa Monstas

Ground:Gangsters Park 99,000
Manager:Desmond Salvateria
Colors:Blue and Yellow
Jerseys:
Fan Support:High
Expectations: Avoid Relegation
Starters:Breaker, Colton, Gordon, Smyth, Peters, Fitzgerald, Bones, Shelby, Kline, Montevideo**, Alabastor
ReservesJacobs, Jones, Stevenson, Clark, Grace
Sponsor:Mattress Excelsior
Nickname(s):Monstas, Gangstas
Offseason Moves:
Championships:16
Other Accolades:
Last Season Finish:17th
Team Info Los Riosa managed a slight uptake in the last season with a strong new sense of style. They are not exactly winning games in the best ways but they do win games, and they get the points you would expect of a battle tested side. That said whether or not there is much to see beyond the middle of the pack to lower pack is yet to be seen. And if their continued inability to use any funds is an indication they are not going much of anywhere anytime soon.

Mierton Manatees

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Ground:Mierton Area Park
Manager:
Colors:Blue and White
Jerseys:
Fan Support:Medium
Expectations:Fight for Championship
Starters:Baker, Falj, Alex , Reinhold, Desmond, Marstons, Mathieu, Canada, Cantebury, Elliot, Tennyson
ReservesJackson, Karlson, Kibly, Flute, Larson
Sponsor:No Doubt Apparel
Nickname(s):Manatees
Offseason Moves:
Championships: 59
Other Accolades: Fadron Pizza Cup Winners 23 and 24
Last Season Finish:4th
Team Info Mierton has a strong young side which you would expect of a team who won a title only a few years ago. They don’t exactly have a lot of players who will spend the rest of their lives getting lots of national team caps, but they have a bunch of young Under 21 players which could earn them a lot of money selling on, and if a few pan out more than expected they could definitely make another push at a title, especially if their end of the year form from last year holds up.


New Capetown Falcons

Ground:New Capetown Memorial Park 100,111
Manager:Jason Vandersmitt
Colors:Pink, Red and Grey
Jerseys:
Fan Support:Medium
Expectations:Mid Pack
Starters:Avery, Barnes, Herlne, Prichards, Comet, Janson, Kyle, Petersheim, Cope, Greenshire, Coswalt
Reserves Platant, Cardinal, Goshen, Eevily, Adams
Sponsor:Falcon Brewery
Nickname(s):Falcons
Offseason Moves:
Championships:39
Other Accolades: Fadron Pizza Cup Winners 15, 22, 23 , Benevolence Bowl Winners 3, 4, 14, 18
Last Season Finish:13th
Team Info New Capetown has continued to be one of the teams suffering in relative mediocrity at the middle of the table and honestly it is probably more interesting that they haven’t fallen off more than they have. With a few former national teamers whom all have since been pushed out by younger players they don’t exactly have the sexiest of lineups. The continued ability to finish in the middle of the pack is commendable, but the fact is they are not exactly a team many expect much of anything from.

New Capetown Nordiques

Ground:New Capetown Arena (22,000)
Manager:Heinrich Muller
Colors:Green, White and Purple
Jerseys:
Fan Support:Low
Expectations:Avoid Relegation
Starters: Drew, Tennabaum, Glover, Bolivar, Cansius, Lichtsteinter, Bradley, Ace, Collins, Lilac, Carson
ReservesLeyton, Carter, Kelly, Bradley, Clarke
Sponsor:
Nickname(s): Nordiques
Offseason Moves: Promoted Youth Goalkeeper Isaac Leyton. Bought Center Forward Mackenzie Lilac from Williams Isle.
Last Season Finish:20th
Team Info Having had the better of their rivals for the past few seasons the Nordiques have slowly drifted back down to their usual spot near the bottom of the table. They managed to avoid a playoff but they don’t exactly have the greatest of rosters. Two good young defenders can’t keep a team in every game and with little attacking flair, and a relative lack of experience it might not be awhile until they find themselves back in the second division.

Ojian Orangemen

Ground: Ojian Principality Field (99,000)
Manager:Avon Brewer
Colors:Orange and White
Fan Support: High
Jerseys: Orange and Blue
Expectations: Avoid relegation
Starters: Jackson, Fantasia, Workman, Roy, Carlton, Moore, Smith, Kyle, Friday, Markus, Lafayette
Reserves Erickson, Jacoby, Hewitt, McCarthy, Samson
Sponsor: Ojian Glass
Nickname(s):Orangemen
Offseason Moves:
Last Season Finish: 1st Erste Liga
Championships:
Team Info To say that the title winning season from Ojian was surprising would be an insult to surprises. The whole Erste Liga season was a surprise. Three teams promoted, the Orangemen battling hardship after hardship on their attempt to return to the top flight seemingly had nothing to look forward to. And then Shannon Lafayette rolled onto the field a month into the season and the 15 year old just blew up. Leading the team in goals, leading the league in goals and now getting a chance to play on the biggest stage in Taeshan. The coaching has improved around the young forward, and if the defense can mesh they could have a chance to be competitive if Lafayette continues bagging the goals.


Real Atlantea

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Ground:The Wheelhouse 69,069
Manager: Jackson Kelly
Colors:Aqua and Red
Jerseys:
Fan Support:High
Expectations:Win
Starters:Montague, Svenson, Entwhistle**, Cratos, Jurado**, Kaiba*, Daniels, Moon, Vanderbilt, Karl, Newberry
ReservesCarp, Benvolio, Kyle, Michael, Starlight
Sponsor:Poplaberg
Nickname(s):The Shepherds
Offseason Moves: Promoted Youth squad striker Ashton Starlight. Bought Left Wing Back Jacob Svenson from Laketown FC.
Championships:40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 45, 46, 47, 48, 49, 50, 52
Other Accolades: Copa de Campeones 29 Champions, 59th Champions’ Cup Semi-Finalists, Benevolence Bowl Winners 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 15, Youth Cup 13
Last Season Finish:9th
Team Info A less than stellar outing from the second highest champions. Not much should be expected of the team improving this season as they blood a new starting striker in Under 21 international, Jamison Newberry. The rest of the team around him has some strong midfield play especially with Sahler Moon and Orson Vanderbilt, but many fans see this likely as another attempt to just be in the top 10 and try to get through a few more seasons before they finally attempt to tie their rivals in total championships.

Real Chinchinhua

Ground:Real Stadium on the Lake 99,001
Manager:Grant Holsum
Colors:Red and Purple
Jerseys:
Fan Support:Very High
Expectations:Compete for Championship
Starters:Madison, Gomez, Parsons, Cancun, Marksman, Simpson, Carnes, Fuegahita*, Green , Galludet, Smith
Reserves Parker, Denver, Faulkner, Grey, Karbovanets**
Sponsor:Water Solutions of Lake Minor
Nickname(s):Chihuahuas
Offseason Moves:
Championships:18, 19
Other Accolades:
Last Season Finish:15th
Team Info The northern side has managed a rather rough season and had many calling for the managers head, but in the end with an aging list of players he was kept on and it seems likely in the next year or so some of the older players will be finally phased out. Enrique Fuegahita still has a strong attacking flair, but around him he doesn’t seem to have as much strong play as he had before.

Sleepy Hollow

Ground:Mort Field (69,000)
Manager:Joseph Anderson
Colors:Black, White and Gray
Jerseys:
Fan Support:Low
Expectations:Middle Pack
Starters:Carnes, Patterson, Ogletree, Gomez, Parsons, Séverin, Cortez**, Tagawa**, Freud**, Taleb**, McMaster
ReservesCarlton, Chandler, Saunders, Backer, Kline
Sponsor:Ogilvy Real Estate
Nickname(s):Wranglers
Offseason Moves: Bought Left Wing Shaheen Taleb (Kelssek) from Shearwater FC. Bought Left Back Juliette Séverin (Equestrain States) from Equestrian Outcasts HC. Bought Right Back Frederick Parsons from Williams Isle. Bought Right Wing Kevin McMaster from Mt Ceabring Thunder.
Championships: 62
Other Accolades: Fadron Pizza Cup Winners 25, Youth Cup 2 Winners
Last Season Finish:1st
Team Info Very few times has the Premier League been conquered by a team that had not been predicted to do so. In the past decade or so Sleepy Hollow has been a really good team, but the chances of them ever putting it all together and winning the league were a pipe dream. Sure Taeshan City came out of nowhere to win their title, but the seeds had been planted. And then a half decade of dominance showed the strength of that side. Sleepy Hollow kept in the race throughout the season and winning a title on Goal Differential over the giants in Laketown. The fact remains that this title race was a battle of the have nots and the team that should have had it all. In the end a little luck went the way of the smaller side, and now they have used this windfall to buy some interesting pieces that could make them a contender in perpetuity.


Taeshan City Miners

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Ground:Taeshan Educators Park 56,000
Manager:Evander Peters
Colors:Red and Orange
Jerseys:
Fan Support:Medium
Expectations:Win the Championship
Starters:Okposo, Janson, Laranas**, al-Alma**, Selis, McCain, Champlain, Jackson, Barker, Salazar, Cortez
Reserves Belvedere**, Kensington, Wright, Miller, Carson
Sponsor:Taeshan Educators Association
Nickname(s):Miners
Offseason Moves: Bought Right Wing Mandy Barker from Laketown FC.
Championships: 54, 55, 56, 57, 61
Other Accolades: Youth Cup 5 , 8, 9 Champs, Benevolence Bowl 19, 20, 21, Fadron Pizza Cup 25 Champions
Last Season Finish:8th
Team Info Unlike three of the previous four title defenses, this time Taeshan City did not manage to repeat, and that makes sense. Three years of relative inability and a stunning return to the top was followed by a fall back to the lower parts of the top teams. The Taeshan City side has a lot of strong players but no single player that makes anyone have much of a fear of the side. While they can compete and get wins, they don’t have that X Factor, and it doesn’t appear to be walking through the door anytime soon.

Tintown Terrapins

Ground:Tintown Stadium 23,000
Manager:Everett Swann
Colors:White and Jade
Jerseys:
Fan Support:Low
Expectations:Avoid Relegation
Starters:Miller, Irwin, Abigail, Byrde, Baker, Veiga, Abl Bakr, Kepler, Green, Falst, Zephyr
ReservesOustin, Clint, Suarez, Baylor, Martin
Sponsor:Tintown Ironworks
Nickname(s):Terrapins
Offseason Moves:
Championships:30
Other Accolades: Fadron Pizza Cup Winners 26
Last Season Finish:14th
Team Info Perhaps the only thing keeping Tintown from the lower part of the table is that they have perhaps the best midfield duo in the league with Randall Abl Bakr, a national team starter, and Wallace Kepler a national team regular. They have managed to run basically every game the team is in, but they lack a real attacking flair. When the final product lacks you can’t score the goals all the time. For his part Abl Bakr is also a more defensive player, and while has scored here and there he doesn’t have the playmaking ability some of the more talented players in the league do. He wins the ball.


X Island Marauders

Ground:X Island Metropark 200,000
Manager:Jacob Early
Colors:Black and White
Jerseys:
Fan Support:High
Expectations:Middle Table
Starters:Slater, Turniquette, Jay, Cavanaugh, Matteo, Daigo, Smith, Creider, Drice, Kent, Karlsbad
ReservesFoh, Mackson, Carn, Farnsworth, Price
Sponsor:Globo Fitness
Nickname(s):Marauders
Offseason Moves: Bought Center Back Desmond Cavanaugh from Yaton United.
Championships:14
Other Accolades:
Last Season Finish:16th
Team Info It was quite a big buy in the offseason has Desmond Cavanugh came over to X Island from Yaton United in the second division. The strong young center back is starting for the Under 21’s and could be a piece moving forward for the Marauders and for the national team. His talents on the ball are unmatched by any young centerback, and if he can help realign the defense in X Island, the northern side could compete for its second ever title. That’s a big if however.

Yaton FC

Ground:Yaton Insurance Park 88,000
Manager:Anderson Jamison
Colors:Blue and Yellow
Jerseys:
Fan Support:Medium
Expectations:Mid Pack
Starters: Maxwell, Peterson, Gorner, McKenzie, Oliver, Moriarty, Quinones, Kiln, Cooper, Grandhouse, Vegas
Reserves Paisley, Felix, Martin, Smith, Park
Sponsor:Yaton Insurance
Nickname(s):SeaMonsters
Offseason Moves: Bought Center Back Liam McKenzie from Mt Ceabring Thunder. Bought Left Midfielder Benjamin Moriarty from Yaton United.
Championships:2
Other Accolades: Youth Cup 3, 4, 7 Winners
Last Season Finish:6th
Team Info If Sleepy Hollow’s offseason was boosted by their title win, Yaton FC’s offseason was boosted by the owner suddenly remembering that his fathers side hasn’t been competitive in over a half century. This led to the buying of two promising youngsters, both not old enough to vote in elections let alone drink, and they now add to a team that finished just outside of international play and have many in Yaton thinking this may be the beginning of a beautiful timeline for their team.

Yenvil Town FC

Ground: The Railway (11,000)
Manager: Kyle Grant
Colors: Green and White
Fan Support: Low
Jerseys: Green and White
Expectations: This is all Gravy
Starters: Jacobsen, Drew, Williams, Upson, Thomson, Karlton, Valiant, Sneijder, Jackson, Markain, Pewter
Reserves Allsion, Forster, Campbell, James, Quaith
Sponsor: Johnson Paint
Nickname(s): Glovers
Offseason Moves:
Last Season Finish: 2nd Erste Liga
Championships:
Team Info Hannah and Ojian have both felt the glory of being in the Premier League but the real starlet on this season is newcomers Yenvil Town. Perhaps the most shocking team to ever arrive they have been close before, and the smallest stadium and smallest team by membership to ever grace the top level will have a lot of work ahead of them to stay in the top flight. They finally managed to get the job done, and now they await their first taste of the top flight.
Champions - Copa Rushmori 22, Di Bradini Cup 19, World Baseball Classic 13, Cup of Harmony 35, World Lacrosse Championship 2, Gridiron World Championships (World Bowl 0), World Bowl 34

World Cup Qualifications-41, 44, 46, 59, 61(RoS), 62(Quarterfinals), 63 (RoS), 64 (Quarterfinals)

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Baranillian Football League Season 2019/2020

Season Preview:
Sparta Kuban:
Last Season Finish - 1st (Champions Playoff)
Summary - Overachieving in the Champions/Globe Cup qualification stage by winning 3 out of their 5 ties but underachieving in the CMFA Champions League by being knocked out in the semi finals by Iron Nest Shores FC, Sparta Kuban have shown to be an unpredictable side, and with different pundits predicting them to finish in varying places between 1st and 5th in Liga Baranil this season, they are bound for an exciting season for the neutral fan to feast their eyes upon.

UCA:
Last Season Finish - 2nd (Champions Playoff)
Summary - The image of their title winning side from 5 years ago is still fresh in the minds of many fans, but most of them also still have the image of relegation from four years prior to that after over two years of wait for Liga Baranil to return burnt into their minds. With the side reaching the final of the CMFA Champions League last season many fans are anticipating a successful year, but at the back of every fans mind is that they were playing Liga Nacionale football just 8 years ago, and with an average team having a one in four chance of getting relegated, and with their tiny fanbase not exactly providing the club a river of Gold (mainly due to Coedsburgh only having 689 inhabitants), one slip up could be all it takes to doom this side to possibly multiple relegations.

Dynamo Vodvok:
Last Season Finish - 3rd (Champions Playoff)
Summary - It has been 20 seasons (or 22 years if you prefer to put it that way) since Dynamo Vodvok fans have seen their team lift the Liga Baranil title, having seen their team being relegated down to the third tier since then before climbing their way back up to Liga Baranil two years ago, Dynamo Vodvok fans are dying to see their team lift Liga Baranil's trophy and add it to their aged trophy cabinet since they will not be able to lift the National Cup due to them competing in the CMFA Champions League and the Globe Cup in the offseason, adding a huge focus onto the league for their fans and anything short of the Championship will break the hearts of their fans who have been patiently waiting to lift the Liga Baranil trophy for the past 20 seasons, though it would be funny for everyone else if they were to get relegated and play their reserve team in Liga Nacionale next year.

Sparta Jocuka:
Last Season Finish - 4th (Champions Playoff)
Summary - Winning two out of the four Liga Baranil titles stretching either side of the four year long crisis in the early seventies, Sparta Jocuka are the club who have waited the longest to reclaim the Liga Baranil title, but at least their fans can say that they are actually in Liga Baranil, something that their rival Dynamo Jocuka can no longer say after the pastry of a season they had last time out.

Sparta Saint-Peter:
Last Season Finish - 1st (Pro-Rel Playoff)
Summary - Topping the Pro-Rel Playoff to gain promotion unlike Liga Nacionale Champions UKA last season, Sparta Saint-Peter's performance last year was simply outstanding for their fans to see, their fans have modest hopes of survival but 5/8 pundits we asked said that they expect Sparta Saint-Peter to finish fourth in Liga Baranil, which would make survival definite for the new boys.

USC:
Last Season Finish - 2nd (Pro-Rel Playoff)
Summary - Being the best team in Baranil without ever having won Liga Baranil and failing to qualify for the Globe Cup last time out, winning the title is out of the question for USC. However, with their Owner managing to scrape together enough funds for him to buy several good quality players, mostly from Ruben Oranburg though a few were from abroad, it is not unlikely that USC could qualify for the Globe Cup this season and give their fans some preseason football to watch from around the world.

Mordov Rogak:
Last Season Finish - 3rd (Pro-Rel Playoff)
Summary - Nobody has really high hopes for Mordov Rogak with the best thing that can be said about them is that they could go under the radar of every team and suprise us all by having a good season like CSKA Vodvok did in their title winning season, though not one of our pundits has said that they have a chance of winning the title.

Lokomotiv Kuban:
Last Season Finish - 4th (Pro-Rel Playoff)
Summary - The most successful club in Baranil's history winning 15/47 league titles and being the team making the most revenue out of all of the teams in Baranil, narrowly beating out their rivals of Sparta Kuban, it would be an insult to their massive fanbase if they failed to qualify for back-to-back Champions Playoffs after last season's performance but the good news for their fans is that they likely will qualify for the Globe Cup.

Ruben Oranburg:
Last Season Finish - 5th (Pro-Rel Playoff)
Summary - Beating out CSKA Vodvok by a goal on goal difference to automatically assure their Liga Baranil status for this year, Ruben Oranburg were already in a tough situation with this being made worse by how their previous owner left in the offseason, sneakily taking all of the club's savings with him, along with a loan of 2,500,000 Warajas whcih went straight to his bank account to the expense of the club. A new owner took charge only 10 days before the start of the next season and has said publicly that the club's coffers are dry and that he doesn't have the massive amount of money that he would have to have so that he could pump into the club to buy the players needed to help the challenge for the Champions Playoff, which was made even worse when he saw that the club owed 3,150,000 Warajas including interest to a Loan Shark. Somehow making their situation worse was how the transfer window was nearly shut leaving the club no time for scouting players, Ruben Oranburg were forced to quickly sell their best players who hadn't already retired and call up ten youth players to field an "alright squad with what we had to work with" and "a club capable of obtaining the occasional draw" just so they wouldn't go bankrupt after two games of the season. No one has any hopes for them whatsoever.

CSKA Vodvok:
Last Season Finish - 6th (Pro-Rel Playoff)
Summary - The return of the one-time champs via the Million Waraja Game has left their fans overjoyed with the aim of the first season being survival, which doesn't look too difficult for CSKA to accomplish with the quality of the team that they field, especially since Ruben Oranburg will occupy one of the three automatic Liga Nacionale spaces in the Pro-Rel Playoff.

Predicted table by our pundits:
01 Lokomotiv Kuban
02 Sparta Kuban
03 USC
04 UCA
05 Dynamo Vodvok
06 Sparta Jocuka
07 Sparta Saint-Peter
08 CSKA Vodvok
09 Mordov Rogak (R)
10 Ruben Oranburg (R)

Teams Predicted to be Promoted from Liga Nacionale:
  • CSKA Kuban
  • UFA

(The Baranillian FA told us to say that they are proud to announce the creation of their Youth League, in which Senior schools, youth teams of Baranillian teams and trainees for a certain profession or company will compete for a place in the Youth Cup or promotion to a higher tier of the Baranillian Youth system.)

Liga Baranil:
# Team Name                Pld   W   D   L    GF   GA     Avg   GD    Pts 
1 Mordov Rogak 27 19 5 3 63 29 2.172 +34 62 - Champions Playoff
2 USC 27 15 9 3 42 30 1.400 +12 54 - Champions Playoff
3 Sparta Kuban 27 14 8 5 45 27 1.667 +18 50 - Champions Playoff
4 Sparta Saint-Peter 27 15 3 9 55 45 1.222 +10 48 - Champions Playoff
5 UCA 27 12 4 11 32 24 1.333 +8 40 - Pro-Rel Playoffs
6 CSKA Vodvok 27 9 7 11 46 45 1.022 +1 34 - Pro-Rel Playoffs
7 Dynamo Vodvok 27 8 10 9 33 33 1.000 0 34 - Pro-Rel Playoffs
8 Lokomotiv Kuban 27 9 7 11 26 37 0.703 −11 34 - Pro-Rel Playoffs
9 Sparta Jocuka 27 4 3 20 21 47 0.447 −26 15 - Pro-Rel Playoffs
10 Ruben Oranburg 27 0 4 23 11 57 0.193 −46 4 - Pro-Rel Playoffs


Liga Nacionale:
# Team Name               Pld   W   D   L    GF   GA     Avg   GD    Pts 
1 Zenit Kuban 26 21 4 1 63 25 2.520 +38 67 - Pro-Rel Playoffs
2 CSKA Kuban 26 20 4 2 65 28 2.321 +37 64 - Pro-Rel Playoffs
3 UFA 26 18 3 5 50 26 1.923 +24 57 - Pro-Rel Playoffs
4 UKA 26 14 4 8 68 40 1.700 +28 46 - Pro-Rel Playoffs
5 Torpedo Kuban 26 13 7 6 59 40 1.475 +19 46 - Liga Nacionale Playoffs
6 Dynamo Jocuka 26 13 6 7 40 24 1.667 +16 45 - Liga Nacionale Playoffs
7 CSKA Jocuka 26 9 7 10 27 25 1.080 +2 34 - Liga Nacionale Playoffs
8 CSKA Nodagan 26 9 6 11 35 42 0.833 −7 33 - Liga Nacionale Playoffs
9 SKA Saint-Peter 26 7 8 11 42 51 0.824 −9 29 - Liga Nacionale Playoffs
10 USK 26 8 5 13 30 56 0.536 −26 29 - Liga Nacionale Playoffs
11 Dynamo Crothula 26 7 5 14 33 56 0.589 −23 26 - Liga Nacionale Playoffs
12 Dynamo Vodvok-2 26 5 4 17 47 78 0.603 −31 19 - Liga Nacionale Playoffs
13 Lokomotiv Jocuka 26 3 0 23 17 51 0.333 −34 9 - Liga Nacionale Playoffs
14 Zenit Crothula 26 1 5 20 2 36 0.056 −34 8 - Liga Nacionale Playoffs


Liga Oest:
# Team Name                  Pld   W   D   L    GF   GA     Avg   GD   Pts 
1 Sparta Oranburg 30 21 7 2 73 34 2.147 +39 70 - Liga Oest Promotion Playoff
2 SKA Kuban Oblast 30 21 3 6 62 35 1.771 +27 66 - Liga Oest Promotion Playoff
3 CSKA Oranburg 30 19 7 4 72 38 1.895 +34 64 - Liga Oest Promotion Playoff
4 Kuban-1973 30 19 6 5 78 41 1.902 +37 63 - Liga Oest Promotion Playoff
5 BKS 30 19 6 5 73 42 1.738 +31 63 - Liga Oest Promotion Playoff
6 Dynamo Oranburg 30 15 9 6 54 39 1.385 +15 54 - Liga Oest Promotion Playoff
7 CSKA Saint-Peter 30 16 5 9 49 33 1.485 +16 53 - Liga Oest Promotion Playoff
8 USC-Kuban 30 14 6 10 57 57 1.000 0 48 - Liga Oest Promotion Playoff
9 Sparta Kuban-2 30 13 5 12 49 49 1.000 0 44 - Liga Oest Relegation Playoff
10 Arsenal Torpedo 30 7 10 13 39 54 0.722 −15 31 - Liga Oest Relegation Playoff
11 SKA Saint-Peter-2 30 7 6 17 24 39 0.615 −15 27 - Liga Oest Relegation Playoff
12 UCA-2 30 6 4 20 20 50 0.400 −30 22 - Liga Oest Relegation Playoff
13 SKA Cormena 30 5 6 19 43 73 0.589 −30 21 - Liga Oest Relegation Playoff
14 Lokomotiv Kuban-2 30 4 5 21 14 39 0.359 −25 17 - Liga Oest Relegation Playoff
15 Sparta Saint-Peter-2 30 3 8 19 12 44 0.273 −32 17 - Liga Oest Relegation Playoff
16 Torpedo Crothula 30 2 5 23 23 75 0.307 −52 11 - Liga Oest Relegation Playoff

(CSKA Oranburg recieved 800,000 Warajas from the Baranillian Football Association due to the BFA failing to fill out the correct details to enter CSKA Oranburg in the Cygnus Cup after their cup winning season last year.)

Liga Est:
# Team Name               Pld   W   D   L    GF   GA     Avg   GD    Pts 
1 CSKA Sobirok 30 23 4 3 79 38 2.079 +41 73 - Liga Est Promotion Playoff
2 Dynamo Rogak 30 23 4 3 80 39 2.051 +41 73 - Liga Est Promotion Playoff
3 Barena-1993 30 21 5 4 106 56 1.893 +50 68 - Liga Est Promotion Playoff
4 Sparta Barena 30 20 5 5 62 38 1.632 +24 65 - Liga Est Promotion Playoff
5 SKA Vodvok 30 19 2 9 60 49 1.224 +11 59 - Liga Est Promotion Playoff
6 USK-2 30 16 3 11 51 33 1.545 +18 51 - Liga Est Promotion Playoff
7 UFK 30 14 8 8 57 41 1.390 +16 50 - Liga Est Promotion Playoff
8 UCAK 30 14 5 11 51 43 1.186 +8 47 - Liga Est Promotion Playoff
9 UKSA 30 13 7 10 51 51 1.000 0 46 - Liga Est Relegation Playoff
10 Arsenal Jocuka 30 9 5 16 38 48 0.792 −10 32 - Liga Est Relegation Playoff
11 Mordov Jocuka 30 8 5 17 28 44 0.636 −16 29 - Liga Est Relegation Playoff
12 Dynamo Roslow 30 7 5 18 19 40 0.475 −21 26 - Liga Est Relegation Playoff
13 Sparta Jocuka-2 30 5 5 20 33 67 0.493 −34 20 - Liga Est Relegation Playoff
14 SKA Jocuka-1988 30 4 6 20 29 65 0.446 −36 18 - Liga Est Relegation Playoff
15 SKA-Jocuka 30 4 5 21 13 51 0.255 −38 17 - Liga Est Relegation Playoff
16 Sadaman 30 0 6 24 17 71 0.239 −54 6 - Liga Est Relegation Playoff

(CSKA Sobirok were renamed from CSKA Sadaman during the offseason to represent the district of Sadaman that their fans come from as it is the only district of Sadaman that isn't used as a ahem transit zone.)

Champions Playoff:
# Team Name               Pld  W  D  L   Pts 
1 Mordov Rogak 6 4 0 2 12+64 - Final
2 USC 6 2 1 3 7+54 - Final
3 Sparta Kuban 6 3 1 2 10+50 - Third Place Playoff
4 Sparta Saint-Peter 6 1 2 3 5+48 - Third Place Playoff


Pro-Rel Playoff:
# Team Name               Pld W  D  L   GF  GA   Avg    GD  Pts 
1 CSKA Vodvok 9 7 1 1 15 7 2.143 +8 22 - Liga Baranil
2 Dynamo Vodvok 9 6 1 2 17 12 1.417 +5 19 - Liga Baranil
3 CSKA Kuban 9 5 2 2 12 7 1.714 +5 17 - Liga Baranil
4 UFA 9 4 1 4 16 14 1.143 +2 13 - Liga Baranil
5 Lokomotiv Kuban 9 3 4 2 11 9 1.222 +2 13 - Liga Baranil
6 Zenit Kuban 9 4 1 4 14 15 0.933 −1 13 - Million Waraja Game
7 UKA 9 3 2 4 13 14 0.929 −1 11 - Million Waraja Game
8 UCA 9 3 1 5 10 12 0.833 −2 10 - Liga Nacionale
9 Sparta Jocuka 9 1 2 6 6 17 0.353 −11 5 - Liga Nacionale
10 Ruben Oranburg 9 0 3 6 3 10 0.300 −7 3 - Liga Nacionale


Liga Nacionale Playoff:
# Team Name               Pld W  D  L   GF  GA    Avg   GD   Pts 
1 Dynamo Jocuka 9 7 0 2 19 10 1.900 +9 21
2 CSKA Nodagan 9 6 2 1 10 6 1.667 +4 20
3 Torpedo Kuban 9 6 1 2 18 8 2.250 +10 19
4 CSKA Jocuka 9 6 1 2 18 10 1.800 +8 19
5 USK 9 5 1 3 16 13 1.231 +3 16
6 SKA Saint-Peter 9 4 0 5 14 12 1.167 +2 12
7 Dynamo Crothula 9 3 2 4 6 10 0.600 −4 11 - Relegation Playoff
8 Dynamo Vodvok-2 9 3 1 5 10 9 1.111 +1 10 - Relegation Playoff
9 Lokomotiv Jocuka 9 1 0 8 3 18 0.167 −15 3 - Relegation
10 Zenit Crothula 9 0 0 9 4 22 0.182 −18 0 - Relegation


Liga Oest Promotion Playoff:
# Team Name              Pld W  D  L   GF  GA    Avg   GD   Pts 
1 BKS 7 6 0 1 19 5 3.800 +14 18 - Promotion
2 Kuban-1973 7 4 1 2 14 10 1.400 +4 13 - Promotion Playoff
3 CSKA Oranburg 7 3 2 2 13 8 1.625 +5 11
4 CSKA Saint-Peter 7 3 1 3 14 14 1.000 0 10
5 Sparta Oranburg 7 3 1 3 11 11 1.000 0 10
6 SKA Kuban Oblast 7 2 1 4 8 14 0.571 −6 7
7 Dynamo Oranburg 7 2 1 4 5 13 0.385 −8 7
8 USC-Kuban 7 1 1 5 4 13 0.308 −9 4


Liga Oest Relegation Playoff:
# Team Name                 Pld W  D  L   GF  GA    Avg   GD  Pts
1 Sparta Saint-Peter-2 7 6 1 0 15 7 2.143 +8 19
2 Sparta Kuban-2 7 3 2 2 15 12 1.250 +3 11
3 Arsenal Torpedo 7 3 2 2 10 10 1.000 0 11
4 SKA Saint-Peter-2 7 3 0 4 12 10 1.200 +2 9
5 Lokomotiv Kuban-2 7 2 2 3 9 12 0.750 −3 8
6 Torpedo Crothula 7 2 1 4 7 9 0.778 −2 7
7 UCA-2 7 2 1 4 7 11 0.636 −4 7 - Liga Oest-Centrale
8 SKA Cormena 7 1 3 3 2 6 0.333 −4 6 - Liga Oest-2


Liga Est Promotion Playoff:
# Team Name              Pld W  D  L   GF  GA    Avg   GD   Pts 
1 Dynamo Rogak 7 5 1 1 13 8 1.625 +5 16 - Promotion
2 CSKA Sobirok 7 4 1 2 14 8 1.750 +6 13 - Promotion Playoff
3 Sparta Barena 7 3 3 1 11 5 2.200 +6 12
4 Barena-1993 7 3 3 1 15 10 1.500 +5 12
5 SKA Vodvok 7 3 1 3 13 14 0.929 −1 10
6 USK-2 7 3 1 3 4 6 0.667 −2 10
7 UFK 7 2 0 5 4 9 0.444 −5 6
8 UCAK 7 0 0 7 0 14 0.000 −14 0


Liga Est Relegation Playoff:
# Team Name              Pld W  D  L   GF  GA    Avg   GD   Pts
1 Arsenal Jocuka 7 7 0 0 21 4 5.250 +17 21
2 Mordov Jocuka 7 4 1 2 13 11 1.182 +2 13
3 UKSA 7 4 0 3 17 12 1.417 +5 12
4 SKA Jocuka 7 3 1 3 9 12 0.750 −3 10
5 Sparta Jocuka-2 7 2 3 2 11 10 1.100 +1 9
6 Dynamo Rosclow 7 2 2 3 12 11 1.091 +1 8
7 SKA Jocuka-1988 7 1 2 4 2 10 0.200 −8 5 - Liga Est-Centrale
8 Sadaman 7 0 1 6 5 20 0.250 −15 -4* - Liga Est-2

*Sadaman were deducted 6 points due to thousands of fans invading the pitch and attempting to attack SKA Jocuka-1988 players with knives and other weapons before attacking several stewards with said weapons when they prevented the Sadaman fans from attacking the players, this happened immediately after they conceded the only goal of the game during their home 1-0 defeat to SKA Jocuka-1988, causing home fans to be banned from the remaining 38 minutes of the game which was played 70 minutes after the original stoppage. (Though the 811/976 away fans who returned to their seat after the stoppage were allowed to watch the rest of the match.) Even though the incident was resolved after 70 minutes, it wrecked havoc to the coaches that brought the fans home as two and a half coachloads of SKA Jocuka-1988 fans got onto their coaches during the 70 minute stoppage and were unwilling to wait what was at the time at least an hour for the rest of the fans to return.

38 Stewards died in the incident and a further 84 were hospitalised along with 4 SKA Jocuka-1988 fans, leading to 292 of Sadaman's fans to be either sentenced to death or shot dead on sight by the police and a further 1,129 of their massive fanbase to be either deported, imprisoned or imprisoned due to be deported upon their release.

Universisi Liga 1:
# Team Name                            Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA     Avg   GD   Pts                                            
1 Universisi de Jocuka-Akademik 16 9 3 4 48 31 1.548 +17 30 - Youth Cup
2 Universisi de Jocuka-Centrale 16 8 3 5 35 30 1.167 +5 27
3 Universisi de Kuban 16 6 7 3 42 41 1.024 +1 25
4 Universisi de Baranil-Nacionale 16 6 6 4 31 32 0.969 −1 24
5 Nacionale Ekademikol 16 5 5 6 39 40 0.975 −1 20
6 USC Ekademikol 16 5 4 7 42 41 1.024 +1 19
7 Seterenenses 16 4 5 7 32 39 0.821 −7 17
8 Universisi de Oranburg 16 3 7 6 37 46 0.804 −9 16
9 Sparta Kuban Ekademikol 16 3 6 7 42 48 0.875 −6 15 - Relegation

Qualifying Round:
Zenit Kuban 2–3 Dynamo Jocuka
SKA Vodvok 3–3 TVT (3–4 AET)
BKS 2–2 Mordov Jocuka (2–2 AET) (5–4 pen.)
UCAK 2–1 UCA-2
USK-2 1–2 SKA Saint-Peter
Dynamo Crothula 1–1 Kuban-1973 (1–2 AET)
CSKA Saint-Peter 3–2 UFAK/UAFA
Torpedo Kuban 3–0 Sadaman
Dynamo Jocuka-2 5–2 UFK
Sparta Jocuka-2 2–1 Barena-1993
Sparta Kuban-2 1–1 CSKA Jocuka (1–2 AET)
SKA Jocuka-1988 1–4 CSKA Sobirok
UFA 1–0 CSKA Nodagan
Sparta Oranburg 1–1 SKA Cormena (3–2 AET)
Sparta Barena 3–2 USK
UKSA 1–0 USC-Kuban
Dynamo Rogak 0–1 UKA
Lokomotiv Jocuka-2 0–4 SKA-Jocuka
Arsenal Torpedo 0–0 Lokomotiv Kuban-2 (1–1 AET) (4–5 pen.)
Dynamo Oranburg 1–5 Dynamo Vodvok-2
CSKA Kuban 5–2 Sparta Saint-Peter-2
SKA Kuban Oblast 2–2 SKA Saint-Peter-2 (3–3 AET) (3–4 pen.)
USC-2 1–0 Lokomotiv Melayu
Arsenal Jocuka 3–3 Dynamo Roslow (3–4 AET)

Round of 32:
Dynamo Roslow 3–3 CSKA Sobirok (3–5 AET)
SKA Cormena 0–2 Lokomotiv Kuban-2
CSKA Kuban 0–0 CSKA Vodvok (1–0 AET)
Ruben Oranburg 0–1 USC
SKA Saint-Peter 5–3 Zenit Kuban
UFA 2–1 CSKA Jocuka
USC-2 0–1 CSKA Oranburg
Kuban-1973 2–1 BKS
Dynamo Jocuka-2 4–2 Dynamo Vodvok-2
TVT 4–2 SKA-Jocuka
Lokomotiv Jocuka 2–1 Sparta Barena
UKA 0–1 UCAK
Sparta Saint-Peter 2–2 Lokomotiv Kuban (2–2 AET) (4–2 pen.)
Zenit Crothula 2–6 Mordov Rogak
Torpedo Kuban 2–2 UKSA (2–2 AET) (3–4 pen.)
CSKA Saint-Peter 1–0 SKA Saint-Peter-2

Round of 16:
Lokomotiv Kuban-2 3–3 TVT (4–5 AET)
Mordov Rogak 5–3 Kuban-1973
Dynamo Jocuka-2 1–0 UFA
Sparta Saint-Peter 3–1 SKA Saint-Peter
USC 1–0 UKSA
CSKA Oranburg 3–1 Lokomotiv Jocuka
CSKA Kuban 3–3 CSKA Saint-Peter (4–3 AET)
UCAK 3–3 CSKA Sobirok (3–3 AET) (4–2 pen.)

Quater Finals:
Mordov Rogak 0–2 Dynamo Jocuka-2
UCAK 0–2 TVT
CSKA Oranburg 3–1 USC
Sparta Saint-Peter 4–1 CSKA Kuban

Semi Finals:
Dynamo Jocuka-2 0–0 Sparta Saint-Peter (3–0 AET)
TVT 0–2 CSKA Oranburg

Finals Week:
Wednesday
Universisi Liga 2 Playoff Final:
Universisi de Vodvok 2–2 Posisia (2–4 AET)
Venue: Vodvok Universisi Arena
Attendance: 12,582 - 10,564 (Home), 2,018 (Away)

Thursday
Cup Final:
CSKA Oranburg 1–0 Dynamo Jocuka-2
Venue: Baranil National Stadium (Neutral)
Attendance: 29,341 - 19,382 (CSKA), 9,959 (Dynamo)

Friday
Oest Playoff:
Dynamo Crothula 4–1 Kuban-1973
Venue: CBC Stadium
Attendance: 6,183 - 4,923 (Home), 1,260 (Away)

Saturday
Million Waraja Game:
Zenit Kuban 5–2 UKA
Venue: De Zen
Attendance: 15,231 - 13,985 (Home), 1,246 (Away)

Est Playoff:
CSKA Sobirok 0–0 Dynamo Vodvok-2 (0–1 AET)
Venue: CSKA Stadium, Sobirok
Attendance: 9,283 - 7,866 (Home), 1,416 (Away)

Fourth Division Playoffs:
UFAK/UAFA 7–2 Lokomotiv Jocuka-2
SIBS Jocuka 1–0 USC-2
Crothula-1968 1–2 Rogak-2001
Ribeka Nopor 2–4 TVT

Sunday
League Final:
Mordov Rogak 3–3 USC (3–3 AET) (4–3 pen.)
Venue: Rogak Park
Attendance: 9,023 - 7,997 (Home), 1,026 (Away)

Third Place Playoff:
Sparta Kuban 0–0 Sparta Saint-Peter (2–0 AET)
Venue: Sparta Stadium
Attendance: 27,689 - 24,311 (Home), 3,378 (Away)

Promoted teams:
  • UFAK/UAFA
  • SIBS Jocuka
  • Rogak-2001
  • TVT

This season has been called the most suprising season yet, and with rumours spreading that Ruben Oranburg's former owner drained that club dry so that he could secretly donate it to Mordov Rogak, helping them win the league, there could still be more entertainment to come.

Baranil (BRN) Qualifiers:
Champions Cup: Mordov Rogak
Globe Cup: USC, Sparta Kuban and Sparta Saint-Peter
Series B Champions Cup: Zenit Kuban, CSKA Kuban and UFA
Cygnus Cup: CSKA Oranburg
Youth Cup: Universisi de Jocuka-Akademik
CMFA Champions League: Mordov Rogak, USC, Sparta Kuban and Sparta Saint-Peter
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____ARIS__________________________Ordnance, Heresian_
Previous Season: Fifth Place, Premier Division
Stadium: Heresian Stadium (50,925)
Manager: Brivel de Ker Massonnet, age 48 (26-20-28 career record)
Assistants: Jaques de Carvile, age 42; Cerialtanus de Fournai, age 39

Regular Starting 11:
GK Guillemot De Carneillon, age 25
LB Beuno Montrosier, age 32
RB Morgad Gillain, age 30
SW Gurgy Measureeur, age 35
SW Olivier Coutela, age 28
LM Rieg Augier, age 30
RM Unolaus Archier, age 30
CM Polig de Montfault, age 25
LW Jakou Chirot, age 27
RW Brior d'Estrui, age 28
ST Avel Baillargeon, age 29

Bench:
GK Brewen Rassent, age 24
LB Albin Vivien, age 21
RB Iusti de Forez, age 25
SW Tual Roufosse, age 32
SW Govran Cousteix, age 20
LM Devrig Seretani, age 28
RM Abriel Lavergne, age 19
CM Ceraunus Duthuit, age 21
LW Sulio Houssaye, age 27
LW Alinoé Bouvard, age 18
RW Gennovevs de la Riviere, age 31
ST Tremeur Tournebulle, age 21


____CYRENE BAY_____________________Ships, Cyrene_
Previous Season: Champions, Premier Division
Stadium: La Charpentiere Stadium (45,500)
Manager: Kouig Belhumeur, age 46 (43-18-25 career record)
Assistants: Orrent Tourneeur, age 41; Tanguy de Beaufort, age 34

Regular Starting 11:
GK Sanson de Dreux, age 24
LB Iahan de Doay, age 33
RB Meyson Salume, age 30 (Eura)
SW Astav Matton, age 30
SW Huon Tosannus, age 30
LM Thommas du Contant de la Mollette, age 23
RM Garret Spycer, age 32 (Nephara)
CM Geoffroy Dlajoenie deyt Fijac, age 25
LW Yves Tricassin, age 29
RW Annaeg le Mestre, age 27
ST Kerrian Odierne, age 28

Bench:
GK Mewen Bautain, age 29
GK Josset Allaro, age 31
LB Andre de Breye, age 17
RB Anthonine Tregorrais, age 27
SW Gwennec le Treffilier, age 18
SW Mathieux Helleu, age 21
LM Geon Nestoret, age 22
RM Gueroch Bottanet, age 26
CM Kadec Ronet, age 27
LW Kaour Severand, age 32
RW Urio de Bonere, age 31
ST David le Cuisinnier, age 21


____DE LA CHARITE_______________Energy, Calchedon_
Previous Season: Second Place, Premier Division
Stadium: Serrigond Stadium (48,810)
Manager: Perresson Coffriere, age 42 (33-17-24 career record)
Assistants: Celestin d'Auneeul, age 37; Bleiz Taillerresse, age 40

Regular Starting 11:
GK Typhenon Laisne, age 23
LB Gwion du Bourc-la-Reyne, age 26
RB Gwilleu du Four, age 29
SW Audren d'Auray, age 28
SW Annaeg Chaumeeur, age 26
LM Guénael Frarin, age 26
RM Elliston Gilpin, age 23 (Bonesea)
CM Venig de Bondyes, age 26
LW Tonan Gabriel, age 24
RW Ifig Qui Vent Les Porees, age 31
ST Mordiern de Vaisseau, age 29

Bench:
GK Seo Duval, age 36
LB Meriadec de Horres, age 21
RB Herveig Fruquest, age 28
SW Job Leydier, age 30
SW Aurelius Rouxel, age 29
RM Aler Blanc, age 32
RM Kentigern Mariadec, age 29
CM Theoren le Notaire age 26
LW Gurval la Liniere, age 17
RW Eleiran de Hanivel, age 31
ST Benjamin Eaglefoot, age 19 (Khantari)
ST Judicael Gillenormand, age 29


____HIBERNUS_____________________-Banking, Regium_
Previous Season: Sixth Place, Premier Division
Stadium: Hibernus Bank Stadium (44,860)
Manager: Iahan Alphand, age 48 (29-18-27 career record)
Assistants: Toel Brucy, age 40; Joncis de Carville, age 38

Regular Starting 11:
GK Vladislav Yudin, age 25 (Pridnestrovia)
LB Peterne Bigod, age 27
RB Pius A' l'Espee, age 29
SW Theophraste Leclerc du Tremblau, age 29
SW Ioen Aye, age 30
LM Awen de Coetmer, age 32
RM Bailey Watermill, age 29 (Brenecia)
CM Jerian Pellier, age 27
LW Devi le Gois, age 25
RW Laurens Grantmorceau, age 29
ST Kemo Levienaise, age 25

Bench:
GK Patern de Cornoaille, age 33
LB Modez Peseeur, age 30
LB Ewen de Marle, age 18
RB Daniel l’Estuve, age 21
SW Tujen Louppe, age 28
SW Aaron Trecassin, age 30
LM Euzen Braelier, age 18
RM Bose Waldron, age 33 (Bonesea)
CM Maeg Derame, age 26
LW Laouic Breton, age 29
RW Kast le Bufetier, age 21
ST Kleden Lalande, age 24


____INVICTA_______________________-Weaponry, Airzis_
Previous Season: Fourth Place, Premier Division
Stadium: St. Sebastian Stadium (52,288)
Manager: Jan Durjardin, age 44 (32-16-30 career record)
Assistants: Turien de Laingne-Vile, age 47; Hernin de Dors, age 50

Regular Starting 11:
GK Raphael Friquan, age 32
LB Peio de Chanier, age 26
RB Craig Mallman (Schottia), age 29
SW Gwinian L'Esperance, age 27
SW Melaine d'Aubenton, age 30
LM Austen Armours (Eastfield Lodge), age 23
RM Soa Saunier, age 30
CM Francois Delacave, age 28
LW Frañcez l’Empoleeur, age 27
RW Jaoven le Cavetier, age 28
ST Taran Bele, age 21

Bench:
GK Kolaz de Chesay, age 29
LB Donasien la Roinne, age 21
RB Briagenn Seydoux, age 26
RB Brendan Borain, age 20
SW Bili Helleu, age 31
SW Servan de Gaucourt, age 19
LM Christien Duclesieux, age 29
LM Von Taillez, age 29
RM Laou le Boutonnier, age 18
CM Evarzheg Tesserant, age 36
RW Urien la Parcheminiere, age 31
ST Kaourant Baudrillart, age 35


____OCCIDENT______________________Airline, Genulca_
Previous Season: Champion, A-Divison
Stadium: Occident Stadium (40,000)
Manager: Kireg de Charromme, age 46 (41-15-16)
Assistants: Jaoua de Chartres, age 41; Derrien de Clamart, age 54

Regular Starting 11:
GK Kolaz Seydoux, age 34
LB Kaour Trepanier, age 31
RB Lunen Margas, age 22
SW Melenig Laporte, age 23
SW Louenn le Ber, age 32
LM Melen Becdelièvre, age 25
RM Nikolaz de Chartres, age 33
CM Ivi Donnadieu, age 35
LW Maudan Fienseur, age 33
RW Melaine Saaciere, age 29
ST Aodren Anelier, age 30

Bench:
GK Lerig de Laingne-Vile, age 24
LB Koulm Fontang, age 25
RB Reynald Eriq, age 21
SW Briac Roche, age 28
SW Aurelius Eder de la Fontenelle, age 22
LM Jegu Brehaut, age 33
RM Ninn Harnoncourt, age 23
CM Riagad de Chailloel, age 30
LW Brieg Cuvier, age 35
LW Tudeg la Bien-Fete, age 18
RW Likael Hobe, age 29
ST Nicandreo Le Lionnais, age 21


____PATRONS________________Ministry of Culture, Regium_
Previous Season: Third Place, Premier Division
Stadium: Parade Grounds (49,670)
Manager: Gilduin Roux, age 50 (33-23-24 career record)
Assistants: Nouel Verdoux, age 39; Pereg Couvreeur, age 36

Regular Starting 11:
GK Mazen Delorm, age 29
LB Guilhem Darragon, age 30
RB Ceraunus Vesgoignon, age 33
SW Briunal Althape, age 26
SW Josselyn Pessiere, age 31
LM Verick d'Erblay, age 27
RM Peterne de Courbueil, age 21
CM Pierres Branon, age 25
LW Eneour Pique-Pain, age 22
RW Helouri le Courraier, age 27
ST Malor de Cornouaille, age 31

Bench:
GK Gervaise de Maromme, age 24
LB Donatien Calenge age 19
RB Winog Jusserand, age 31
SW Briec Musset, age 30
SW Mandes Marie-Benoit, age 22
LM Mewen Gatteaux, age 17
RM Gudwal Revel, age 31
CM Soa Bodart age 29
LW Machutus le Grant Augustin, age 24
RW Raoul le Serreurier, age 21
RW Dic'hil Planche, age 35
ST Tutuual Eschaudeeur, age 30





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____ALTAIR_________________________Aircraft, Cyrene_
Previous Season: Seventh Place, Premier Division
Stadium: Altair Stadium (57,152)
Manager: Celestin aus Chiens, age 37 (Occident Assistant)
Assistants: Andriet Guillaut, age 43; Lery de Caours, age 43

Regular Starting 11:
GK Farrin Poissonnier, age 24
LB Damien Sijalbo, age 19 (Abanhfleft)
RB Gurvant Nivel, age 30
SW Phelippon de Gentilli, age 27
SW Vincenne Mandeville, age 23
LM Morvan Saurine, age 26
RM Bertran Grosbelhomme age 31
CM Yaroslav Sivakov, age 27 (Pridnestrovia)
LW Jegu le Vanier, age 26
RW Paul Boute-Gales, age 24
ST Ronan Senneschault, age 25

Bench:
GK Levan Marot, age 28
LB John Andrieux, age 24
LB Sulien Ecrivain, age 33
RB Gallig Lecossin, age 19
SW John Cristaliere, age 31
SW Bradon Eschaufaudeeur, age 21
LM Ewan le Paveeur, age 23
RM Loizig de Charni, age 27
CM Carantec Brévedent, age 29
LW Armael Voiturier d'Yaue, age 28
RW Ruvon Chatellain, age 20
ST Laouic de l'Amie, age 18


____CONFESSOR____________________Banking, Alalia_
Previous Season: Second Place, A-Division
Stadium: Alalia Coliseum (43,040)
Manager: Eo Angout, age 57 (35-10-29 career record)
Assistants: Elvan de Seguzzo, age 49; Congard Gamelin, age 42

Regular Starting 11:
GK Andoche Desailly, age 32
LB Tanick l'Extrac, age 34
RB Tinidor Richard, age 31
SW Jaoven Signoret, age 27
SW Bili Helleu, age 31
LM Celestin de Houlande, age 32
RM Theffaine De Saulcy, age 26
CM Collas Boutier la Reyne, age 30
LW Thurien de Bufes, age 26
RW Geruaise d'Anevers, age 20
ST Lee Borncock, age 19 (Khantari)

Bench:
GK Meriadoc Garaudy, age 29
LB Barnand Chailly, age 22
RB Kunwal la Gueinniere, age 20
RB Flammig Houliere, age 36
SW Malo Chateaubriand, age 23
SW Gwengalon Broussard, age 27
LM Gaultier Bondoufle, age 21
RM Helier Moquet l'Aisné, age 24
CM Peter Serviset, age 28
LW Iwen Pavot, age 17
RW Louen Hucaille, age 35
ST Briag des Blans-Mantiax, age 25


____ESTIPEN______________________-Investing, Estipen_
Previous Season: Sixth Place, A-Division
Stadium: ‘t Serclaes Stadium (36,710)
Manager: Merard Mouschard, age 43 (de la Charite Assistant)
Assistants: Deniel de Coulombes, age 48; Piere Auric, age 31

Regular Starting 11:
GK Kola de Bufes, age 27
LB Deniel aus Pois, age 29
RB Herui de Baubingne, age 24
SW Mollien de l'Amie, age 34
SW Benedig de Croiseus, age 27
LM Denoel Lempereur, age 31
RM Edernig Vandenbroc, age 33
CM Loic Flechier, age 30
LW Judikael la Salemonde, age 25
RW Brior Labre, age 28
ST Tenenan Moirin, age 27

Bench:
GK Jagu Foray, age 32
LB Hoiernin La Chatois, age 19
RB Guinal Champion, age 24
SW Johannot de l'Espoisse, age 22
SW Denic Aufort, age 18
LM Meriadoc d'Aigue-morte, age 19
RM Josselyn le Courtois, age 28
RM Treveur de l'Eglyse, age 19
CM Elid de Housay, age 21
LW Jaoven des Estuves, age 30
RW Rivold Regratiere, age 26
ST Luner le Chartrier, age 31


____FLEURIOT______________________-Shoes, Cerasus_
Previous Season: Second Place, B-Division
Stadium: Cerasus Stadium (24,430)
Manager: Iltud le Templier, age 58 (35-15-22 career record)
Assistants: Guirec Lecadre, age 53; Govrian de Montchrestien, age 31

Regular Starting 11:
GK Riwan Gucerard, age 31
LB Mathieu Allaro, age 26
RB Acacius Thibault, age 26
SW Marzhin Petit, age 24
SW Jezekael Dumas, age 29
LM Paol Paty, age 34
RM Kristian de Boilli-Pot, age 26
CM Allore Boc, age 21
LW Gobrien Destatte, age 32
RW Fieg de Fresnes, age 26
ST Expeditus Le Deist de Kerivalent, age 28

Bench:
GK Guireg Chastagnol, age 24
LB Preden la Tartarine, age 21
RB Thommas Mosse, age 21
SW Youn Mattier, age 34
SW Alar de Colommiers, age 21
LM Peregrine d'Areinnes, age 21
RM Annaeg La Luzerne, age 26
CM Bereditte Girardin, age 32
LW Kolazig Tistounet, age 30
LW Guéric Lizarazu, age 18
RW Beran de Guiri, age 21
ST Tremeur Bourassa, age 37


____MERIDIAN____________________Electronics, Miletus_
Previous Season: Third Place, A-Division
Stadium: Le Normant Field (34,100)
Manager: Milio Gabriel, age 38 (24-10-20 career record)
Assistants: Brewalan Auvray, age 56; Bieuzi Ballanger, age 34

Regular Starting 11:
GK Per Rodin, age 29
LB Primel Soulette, age 33
RB Vougay Leconig, age 28
SW Drev Brébeuf, age 26
SW Iltud de Montfault, age 28
LM Gurguy Rantaine, age 31
RM Jacme Maillard, age 29
CM Sebastian von Rustberg, age 22 (Khantari)
LW Lanie Habig, age 30
RW Gurloes aus Truies, age 30
ST Jocien Bisaillon, age 26

Bench:
GK Juzel Auquetonnier, age 23
LB Bleiz le Mareglier, age 19
RB Maze de la Fontainne, age 30
SW Adiun Doumer, age 24
SW Charlig de Chastiau-Tierri, age 31
LM Jozeb la Fauconniere, age 18
RM Gurval Althape, age 26
CM Donald d'Espinueil, age 32
CM Typhenon Camelot, age 28
LW Viau de Biauvez, age 20
RW Christopher de Baubingni, age 21
ST Francois Grandjean, age 29


____METEOR____________________-Aerospace, Astration_
Previous Season: Seventh Place, A-Division
Stadium: MeteorPark (49,310)
Manager: Julien Verdier, age 51 (30-19-23 career record)
Assistants: Loïk Ambre, age 42; Berach Ratelle, age 39

Regular Starting 11:
GK Luan de Forez, age 26
LB Vincenne d'Orbellis, age 28
RB Herve Baudet, age 30
SW Louan Gleyre, age 24
SW Viau Le Gras, age 27
LM Loeiz Bretel, age 33
RM Brevalan Gaspard, age 26
CM Judok d'Anjou, age 31
LW Keriane Cheniaguine, age 26
RW Avelig Tournemaine, age 24
ST Socucius A-la-Main, age 34

Bench:
GK Olliuier le Harier, age 31
LB Eugal Auneil, age 30
RB Yeun Othon, age 29
SW Nedeleg Lamiel, age 29
SW Nikolazig Saaciere, age 17
LM Gwilhermou d'Issy, age 27
RM Avielour le Sale, age 26
CM Lanig Freschet, age 23
LW Eudon Broderesse, age 20
RW Cadou Lesaché, age 21
ST Jestin Chambellence, age 29
ST Johannot Guillot, age 21


____MYRRH-STREAMER______________R&D, Marisca_
Previous Season: Fifth Place, A-Division
Stadium: Ar Moro Stadium (30,750)
Manager: Thoumas Rigaudiere, age 54 (31-17-25 career record)
Assistants: Haskill Evigan, age 48; Roland d'Istrevele, age 40

Regular Starting 11:
GK Laurens Desainctvictori, age 26
LB Gabriel Houellebecq, age 22 (Audioslavia)
RB Dinan de Boissi, age 29
SW Phane Tiolier, age 30
SW Lery le Paintre, age 28
LM Geon Cassel, age 29
RM Tin au Bois, age 34
CM Ou de Bourgueville, age 33
LW Budog de Vymont, age 28
RW Selyf Broderesse, age 25
ST Cado Marcheant de Chevax, age 33

Bench:
GK Olliuier le Duc, age 22
LB Loizig Balancier, age 32
LB Nouel Jacquemin, age 27
RB Nig Dausegarra, age 35
SW Treveur de l'Eschequie, age 19
LM Kerrian Picotin, age 28
RM Elerig Barquaresse, age 21
CM Privel de Creon, age 31
LW Meloir l’Escrivain d’Estuves, age 23
RW Tonan Porteeur de Plastre, age 21
ST Brior Coustier, age 19
ST Disideri Mollaret, age 35


____NAUCRATIS_____________-Heavy Machinery, Naucratis_
Previous Season: Eighth Place, A-Division
Stadium: Orlant Stadium (38,550)
Manager: Germen Chartier, age 57 (10-11-15 career record)
Assistants: Karenteg Decaux, age 44; Brevalan Baleeur, age 53

Regular Starting 11:
GK Jacut de Bellièvre, age 26
LB Felix de Vouges l'Aisné, age 24
RB Yugonvarch de Clamency, age 29
SW Alberic Deguerrans, age 27
SW Andriet Dautane, age 27
LM Kieran Aucagne, age 25
RM Milomir Savelievich, age 33 (Polkopia)
CM Loïc Pouzade, age 39
LW Ewenn Mallen, age 22
RW Reunan Romé, age 21
ST Sebastian Collbras, age 33

Bench:
GK Reunan Vezelize, age 18
LB Gallmau Kert, age 35
RB Budig Fevre, age 32
SW Aube des Droiz, age 23
SW Mikael Magliorie, age 26
LM Iunuual Thorel, age 35
RM Ninn Taie, age 27
CM Benedig Poularne, age 22
LW Brieug de Grant-Moulin, age 26
RW Alban Pertuiset, age 36
ST Per Farner, age 33
ST Kavan Boursiere, age 18


____REGIUM IMMORTAL__________Television, Regium_
Previous Season: Fourth Place, A-Division
Stadium: La Regratiere Stadium (41,000)
Manager: Kadvael Heault, age 62 (26-20-26 career record)
Assistants: Guenole Boudin, age 60; Matthieu Augier, age 33

Regular Starting 11:
GK Ivon d'Erblay, age 31
LB Efflamm Garaudy, age 34
RB Raymond Gatrell, age 34 (Blaneu)
SW Briac de Fromonville, age 33
SW Doenerth Deylaud, age 30
LM Roparzh Ricouart, age 23
RM Aelig de Chiele, age 34
CM Flammenig Sueur, age 28
LW Denig Regnault, age 24
RW Ruran l’Ermite, age 24
ST Benvenuto de Chypre, age 27

Bench:
GK Mel de Bondies, age 28
LB Meven Chuillier, age 36
RB Ivonig Duclesieux, age 31
SW Dinan du Colombie, age 37
SW Jan le Vavassour, age 19
LM Gonery Renaudot, age 38
RM Ivo Foucault, age 31
RM Morvred Poreeresse, age 19
CM Ernand Grillon, age 19
LW Paul Geffroy, age 34
RW Jildazig la Lohorrainne, age 33
ST Uriou Jobert, age 20


____REGIUM UNITED______________Theaters, Regium_
Previous Season: Champion, B-Division (as Spartan)
Stadium: Regium Stadium (60,006)
Manager: Tristanig Desalines, age 59 (49-14-17 career record)
Assistants: Uriou Amelotte, age 50; Charlig Leger, age 43

Regular Starting 11:
GK Gerard Brehonet, age 24
LB Gilduin Sireu, age 25
RB Avel Arconneeur age 29
SW Soa Thiers, age 23
SW Philipes de Basscelinne, age 27
LM Johannes de Cerisi, age 31
RM Bran Hamoncourt, age 27
CM Fransezig Roumet, age 29
LW Mathéo de Bausse, age 30
RW Gwinal de Chaillo, age 31
ST Nycollas Mauranghas, age 21

Bench:
GK Yann de Branvillier, age 20
LB Guirec Piroth, age 22
RB Iwen la Converte, age 26
SW Perrot Bontin, age 30
SW Claude du Faut, age 18
LM Matilin de Boissi, age 20
RM Derrien Tartriere, age 24
CM John de l'Ille-Adam, age 23
LW Jos Delalande l'Aisneé, age 32
LW Cadoc la Boudinniere, age 18
RW Albinig d'Auvergne, age 30
ST Claudes Waigon, age 32




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____ANCEAUME___________________Petroleum, Tirista_
Previous Season: Sixth Place, B-Division
Stadium: Tirista Stadium (36,999)
Manager: Koulm Laquer, age 58 (22-19-31 career record)
Assistants: Gireg Thuram, age 42; Kenerin Arbalastrier, age 38

Regular Starting 11:
GK Youenn Pouchet, age 34
LB Konwal Merrien, age 31
RB Kristan Jaugeeur, age 32
SW Paul Aguilliere, age 23
SW Meven de Braieres, age 30
LM Uuinmael de la Charite, age 33
RM Elouen de Gonnesse, age 24
CM Tanguy Chaigneau, age 27
LW Telo d'Auquanz, age 26
RW Moeni de Leuse, age 31
ST Marrec Le Masson, age 29

Bench:
GK Brieu Houllier, age 32
LB Helori Porteeur de Busches, age 21
RB Gudwal Leplat, age 34
RB Youenn Petit, age 22
SW Koulm Lorraine, age 23
SW Daniel Mordelaix, age 33
LM Evon Charrieres, age 19
RM Guntiern Foreville, age 20
CM Laurens Balleroy, age 24
LW Koulman de la Riviere, age 22
RW Meloar Géromé, age 27
ST Follan la Brieche, age 19


____ARSENAL JUSTINIANA______Weaponry, Justiniana_
Previous Season: Fourth Place, B-Division
Stadium: Arsenal Park (28,940)
Manager: Christopher le Galochier, age 46 (28-15-29 career record)
Assistants: Finnian de Ceulle, age 61; Loan Pingaud, age 36

Regular Starting 11:
GK Seva Saint-Andre, age 28
LB Maudez d'Annet, age 22
RB Kaour Feroulet, age 27
SW Herbod Diole, age 27
SW Nevenig Rouilhard l'Aine, age 26
LM Gurguy du Bray, age 31
RM Arzhel Giraud, age 21
CM Pierre De Masse, age 35
LW Gwinier Dufrene, age 27
RW Varnis Bordieu, age 29
ST Leri de Cambrai, age 33

Bench:
GK Guinai Dhinnin, age 22
LB Gurvan Decoteau, age 33
RB Neven Amiraude, age 31
SW Jaouen Thorel, age 24
SW Mazheav Bourlet, age 19
LM Elar de Cornouaille, age 28
LM Laurens la Berrniere, age 19
RM Perrot le Taneeur, age 18
CM Laurens de Charronne, age 33
LW Pêr le Gueinnier, age 21
RW Finnian Bariani, age 22
ST Ewan Roquentin, age 22


____CORINTHIAN___________Athletic Equipment, Pelendava_
Previous Season: Third Place, C-Division
Stadium: Venelle Stadium (30,900)
Manager: Theophraste Chasublier, age 47 (42-17-29 career record)
Assistants: Gouenou Tourneur, age 55; Clement Noirault, age 39

Regular Starting 11:
GK Gildes Souvestre, age 24
LB Lazare Marnet, age 33
RB Riwal Pescheeur, age 25
SW Guntiern Dealavallade, age 32
SW Awen Aubuchon, age 23
LM Oudoceus Renan, age 30
RM Albinig Oudinot, age 35
CM Louarn de Bois-Megre, age 29
LW Riowen Vint-Soulz, age 33
RW Ernin de Damas, age 27
ST Elouen Ferttet, age 21

Bench:
GK Arzhaelig Maçonne, age 28
LB Fanch du Chemin, age 28
RB Tivio de Malhortye, age 21
SW Nevenou Juillet, age 32
SW Loudiern Debusse, age 18
LM Morice Camelot, age 31
RM Lohann Trencheeur, age 28
CM Jaoven Lanctot, age 35
LW Sezig la Pingnie, age 22
RW Titouan de Ceranz, age 26
RW Remi Courratier de Vins, age 22
ST Mikêl Rose, age 21


____DIT DE COMPIENGNE________-Beverages, Corcyra_
Previous Season: Fifth Place, B-Division
Stadium: de Vitery Stadium (33,315)
Manager: Ewan Auneeur de Toiles, age 57 (27-16-29 career record)
Assistants: Uuel Charretier, age 57; Judikael Mouligne, age 37

Regular Starting 11:
GK Guenou Chaufe-l’Eaue, age 22
LB Avielour Lavicq, age 31
RB Helier de Chielle, age 29
SW Enna Flambeau, age 32
SW Gurvan de la Croiz, age 27
LM Gurguy Durerie, age 23
RM Ildut Godeffroy, age 20
CM Riwallan Guerin, age 23
LW Christopher de Nemours, age 30
RW Myn Chardonniere, age 33
ST Klaoda Maxse, age 27

Bench:
GK Roparzh Bastide, age 32
LB Daniel de Bailleul, age 22
RB Tinig de Garges, age 22
SW Gunevel Vial, age 30
SW Herve de Gaargne, age 21
LM Aignan Tounelier, age 25
RM Teffaine le Vilotier, age 19
CM Guillaume l’Escrivain, age 19
LW Elar Porte-l’Eaue, age 35
LW Koulman Tavernier, age 17
RW Berthel Breault, age 24
ST Iunabui de la Fosse, age 24


____DU MONT SAINT ELOY_________Brewery, Terina_
Previous Season: Seventh Place, B-Division
Stadium: du Mont Saint Eloy Stadium (37,788)
Manager: Thoumas d'Herbigny, age 52 (18-11-25 career record)
Assistants: Henri Rapnouil, age 44; Elar Denis, age 39

Regular Starting 11:
GK Alban Loria, age 33
LB Ewin Vanetier, age 32
RB Budoc Chasublier, age 27
SW Tudeg Meillet, age 21
SW Keverne Marc, age 30
LM Brieuc des Bordes, age 28
RM Arzhul de Caudebec, age 31
CM Lohann Ferron, age 27
LW Iust de Bonere, age 21
RW Houardon Serrurier, age 28
ST Arzhul d'Arques, age 33

Bench:
GK Gobrien Charnisseur, age 27
LB Jezekael Rigault, age 21
RB Drenig Petit, age 22
SW Ivon de Caubret, age 19
SW Golven Angout, age 21
LM Perez Althape, age 24
RM Beuno du Chastel, age 31
RM Brevaler du Bufet-Heloyn, age 18
CM Guennolé Primeau, age 25
LW Kerrian le Lotisseeur, age 29
RW Bennigan la Courte, age 22
ST Peregrine Cézanne, age 23


____INDUSTRIAL___________-_______Engineers, Estipen_
Previous Season: Second Place, C-Division
Stadium: Industrial Park (21,100)
Manager: Ganael Rochefort, age 65 (39-21-28 career record)
Assistants: Nan Visse, age 52; Dominic Bossoire, age 37

Regular Starting 11:
GK Neven Amiraude, age 24
LB Rivoare le Frepier, age 25
RB Alèthe Puchot, age 29
SW Nevenou Isaac-Sibille, age 26
SW Melaine Belgraver, age 25
LM Uuel Bon-Ami, age 25
RM Hoel Bouvard, age 27
CM Gerard Lalande, age 32
LW Arzhurig au Leu, age 30
RW Aurelius Bassiere, age 24
ST Alberz Daumier, age 25

Bench:
GK Iuntiern Chevrier, age 29
GK Houarnon Bele-Assez, age 18
LB Ogier Fleuteeur, age 32
RB Mikelig de la Harpe, age 17
SW Jezekael d'Espinueil, age 32
SW Mazheven Caillou, age 22
LM Alanig Burguet, age 32
RM Yan de Cernay, age 28
CM Goulven Aurenche, age 25
LW Ronan Salles, age 28
RW Leontius Cabal, age 26
ST Matilin Viguereus, age 19


____POLITORIA LIONS_________Semiconductors, Politoria_
Previous Season: Eighth Place, B-Division
Stadium: Lions Field (23,444)
Manager: John Antheaume, age 42 (34-23-23 career record)
Assistants: Ewann d'Estrui, age 54; Geon de Cens, age 36

Regular Starting 11:
GK Jaume Ballou, age 33
LB Laou Amoudry, age 28
RB Kaour Desainctvictori, age 32
SW Lunaire de Combiaus, age 36
SW Celestin Poive d'Arvor, age 33
LM Uriou Navarre, age 28
RM Kongar Retel, age 31
CM Fransoues l'Escureul, age 24
LW Finian de Goan, age 33
RW Tuno de Viuepont, age 23
ST Barnand Debracau de Saint-Maixent, age 27

Bench:
GK Annaeg Mollaret, age 33
LB Karenteg d'Audicourt, age 26
RB Raphael au Cinge, age 25
SW Arzhael de Guinefort, age 27
SW Nevenoe Amélineau, age 18
LM Brieu le Maçon, age 27
RM Maulde Brissaud, age 21
CM Edernig Crasson, age 22
LW Kristian Regratiere, age 27
LW Thurial de la Haie, age 18
RW Gurval Largillière, age 26
ST Maelig d'Anisi, age 23


____SAINT CHARLES_____________Capital Goods, Tirista_
Previous Season: Champion, C-Division
Stadium: Mercier Stadium (23,581)
Manager: Jehan au Blanc-Tabar, age 60 (38-22-28 career record)
Assistants: Audren Rassent, age 43; Brandan Ygou, age 37

Regular Starting 11:
GK Jezekelig Surin, age 23
LB Budeaux Nazon, age 25
RB Bozel Rault, age 27
SW Aethelhelm DeLuca, age 32
SW Méen du Guet, age 27
LM Daniel Bordelon, age 32
RM Iocilin Margas, age 24
CM Guillaume Amiez, age 32
LW Gurvan Prieur, age 21
RW Helori Cloutiere, age 30
ST Matthias de Cyauz, age 28

Bench:
GK Ogier Prevost, age 27
LB Maeldoi Chardonniere, age 27
RB Fransezig de Corbie, age 27
SW Houarvian l’Escuiere, age 21
SW Peranig de Bonneville, age 18
LM Gorun la Pourcelete, age 18
RM Jak Pitre, age 31
CM Marcel des Blans-Mantiax, age 22
LW Deklan de la Beuriere, age 19
RW Bleizou Changeeur, age 24
ST Ruvon de l'Estoile, age 37
ST Alor Ducoton, age 26


____SAINT LOUIS______________Household Items, Selinus_
Previous Season: Third Place, B-Division
Stadium: Geoffroy le Doulx Stadium (35,020)
Manager: Karanteg Calandreeur, age 47 (19-5-12 career record)
Assistants: Senour de Chanbaudour, age 42; Fransezig Mallarmé, age 44

Regular Starting 11:
GK Kaour Lefou, age 27
LB Soa Giroux, age 29
RB Frostien Body, age 30
SW Guen Ghil, age 26
SW Sulien le Mire, age 21
LM Marzin du Chesne, age 21
RM Laou de Sablonneieres, age 20
CM Lohann Labouré, age 29
LW David d'Ambray, age 27
RW Andoche De Berthellemy, age 33
ST Verick d'Infer, age 28

Bench:
GK Sklaer Bontoux, age 23
LB Lorete Guichard, age 26
LB Ewen dit Vesie, age 24
RB Kola Desbiens, age 34
SW Renald Poilblan, age 33
SW Yves des Cordiers, age 33
LM Klaoda Simonet, age 31
RM Elouan Brochet, age 19
CM Deklan Madalle, age 33
LW Petrus des Blans-Mantiax, age 27
RW Andrev Liegeois, age 35
ST Konvael Duclesieux, age 32


____SESAMOS______________________Tobacco, Sesamos_
Previous Season: Ninth Place, A-Division
Stadium: Iocilin Field (29,015)
Manager: Padarn Alexandre, age 58 (31-13-28 career record)
Assistants: Olliuier de Hedym, age 42; Oudoceus de Creel, age 45

Regular Starting 11:
GK Thomas Grosbelhomme, age 19
LB Guiomarch Borot, age 29
RB David d'Esquan, age 32
SW Alerig d'Auceurre, age 32
SW Guihen de Breye, age 26
LM Laurens Cheniaguine, age 34
RM Houarn Demy, age 29
CM Iuna Bretiau, age 24
LW Nouelig Pronovost, age 28
RW David Lellouche, age 24
ST Gaultier Métraux, age 28

Bench:
GK Viau de Gambois, age 27
LB Uuican Poujade, age 23
RB Arzhurig Bordelon, age 30
RB Samson Jourdonnais, age 19
SW Ruvon Talemeliere, age 22
SW Francois le Rous, age 22
LM Gwilhermou de Commune, age 28
RM Phelippe Foucault, age 26
CM Turiau Escriturier, age 21
LW Ruvon le Doreeur, age 31
RW Herve Mesgeiciere, age 35
ST Konstantin de la Grant-Table, age 19






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____ASTRAION RAILWAY_________Railways, Astration_
Previous Season: Seventh Place, C-Division
Stadium: De Laucelergue Stadium (25,650)
Manager: Sieg Laussacq, age 62 (37-23-28 career record)
Assistants: Maheu Rousset, age 50; Riwal Pelletier, age 43

Regular Starting 11:
GK Gobrian d'Argis, age 29
LB Ernand Giroux, age 28
RB Louenn De La Brosse, age 33
SW Christien de Montfort, age 29
SW Gilduin De Merode, age 22
LM Lazare Norrice, age 32
RM Onen Taconneeur, age 29
CM Theranis Bougre-Dieu, age 24
LW Perick Merleau, age 24
RW Nycollas LeMercier, age 29
ST Mychael Grignion, age 26

Bench:
GK Marchan Bréton, age 22
LB Morvred Panis, age 35
RB Roparzh de la Clef, age 25
SW Christopher de Beuse-Vile, age 27
SW Mateo Lanctot, age 17
LM Seve Huet, age 29
RM John Porchier, age 23
CM Saig Bachelin, age 23
LW Girec de la Garenne, age 30
RW Molv Conseil, age 26
RW Pierre de Cerisi, age 25
ST Ernin Fileeur de Saie, age 22


____ATLAS MASSALIA_____________-Engines, Massalia_
Previous Season: Ninth Place, C-Division
Stadium: Atlas Massalia Stadium (25,010)
Manager: Derrien Roumet, age 36 (16-11-17 career record)
Assistants: Abriel Verbist, age 34; Judoc Tregorrais, age 52

Regular Starting 11:
GK Guyomard Lortie, age 30
LB Goulvenaig Dorsile, age 24
RB Yeltazig de Boi-Martin, age 28
SW Auxanus de Brunai, age 33
SW Kare au Leu, age 23
LM Gouenou de Choisi, age 32
RM Pereg de Dordan, age 28
CM Steonig aus Canivez, age 28
LW Bastian de l'Esclat, age 25
RW Petrissons de Cornoaille, age 34
ST Arzhurig Vandenbroc, age 21

Bench:
GK Gwenvred la Pingnie, age 18
LB Herbod de Dordan, age 25
RB Frizkav Mazas, age 22
SW Iunhael Isaac-Sibille, age 37
SW Kannig Boulot-Tolle, age 21
LM Ferarilie de Creel, age 28
RM Houarn de Chiele, age 22
CM Loïg Bourassa, age 30
LW Elid Fabre, age 21
RW Milian Nautin, age 32
RW Soaic Richard, age 27
ST Brigal Carpentier, age 31


____CONCORD___________________Accomodations, Regia_
Previous Season: Twelfth Place, C-Division
Stadium: Regia Stadium (28,882)
Manager: Alinoé Orenge, age 39 (retired Industrial Center Midfielder)
Assistants: Moeni Labbé, age 48; Samuel Dessain, age 35

Regular Starting 11:
GK Bartholomew le Sage, age 24
LB Maho le Marie, age 29
RB Perick Decastilhon, age 23
SW Samzun le Descharcheur, age 25
SW Filiz Clairmonte, age 22
LM Jalm de Biau-Veoir, age 20
RM Salaun de Braieres, age 22
CM Valentin Collopy, age 30
LW Fransez Cardin, age 26
RW Nicholas Renaudas, age 26
ST Goulchennig Dacier, age 28

Bench:
GK Ninn Grimoult, age 32
LB Maelan Aubert, age 27
RB Milio Fenestrier, age 24
SW Glaudre de Landermiau, age 19
SW Tadeg du Fruit, age 25
LM Riwan Sausier, age 31
RM Tomaz Muscat, age 29
CM Koulmig le Pataier, age 18
LW Privel Castagnary, age 21
RW Benead Senneschault, age 29
ST Kieran de Bison, age 28
ST Deklan Mallen, age 17


____DACIA TEXTILE_________________Clothier, Dacia_
Previous Season: Eighth Place, C-Division
Stadium: Dacia Stadium (20,000)
Manager: Peterne Cheville, age 44 (26-21-41 career record)
Assistants: Riwanig des Halles, age 57; Dominic Chanteur, age 42

Regular Starting 11:
GK Peterne la Lacerresse, age 24
LB Samzun d'Anet, age 29
RB Mautith Fonteyre, age 28
SW Merin Defanaria de Saint-Eloi, age 21
SW Maonirn Marnet, age 24
LM Clement Landry, age 31
RM Tryphene le Tailleeur des Estuves, age 32
CM Caio de Celli, age 32
LW Gurloes d'Auquanz, age 34
RW Tristan Maupassant, age 27
ST Jildaz Oiseleeur, age 30

Bench:
GK Jekel Boudinniere, age 25
LB Kolaig Lastex, age 30
RB Arzhur Foletier, age 22
SW Tanguy Rigaudiere, age 28
SW Iusti Chante-Leu, age 21
LM Privel Taneeur, age 23
RM Gwenael Guerrier, age 27
RM Jobig Frechette, age 35
CM Riowen de la Heuse, age 29
LW Herblon Lastex, age 24
RW Urlo Carnot, age 22
ST Sklaer du Bois-d'Arsi, age 25


____DYNAMO______________________Ulitity, Taucherira_
Previous Season: Fourth Place, C-Division
Stadium: Dynamo Stadium (30,300)
Manager: Budoc de Blandain, age 46 (29-14-37 career record)
Assistants: Olwen Prevot, age 64; Melan Tuilier, age 27

Regular Starting 11:
GK Thomas Demilly, age 27
LB Bieuzi du Boure-l'Abbe, age 29
RB Drev de Houlande, age 33
SW Millian Conil, age 31
SW Melaine d'Aubenton, age 30
LM Kristen de Billi, age 26
RM Moran Caussinade, age 21
CM Visant du Biau-Fou, age 33
LW Emeri Espinguiere, age 31
RW Charlou des Arqueus, age 27
ST Nouel du Jardin, age 22

Bench:
GK Arneg de l'Espee, age 20
LB Herue Quenneville, age 22
RB Tujen Le Sueur, age 29
RB Ewann Establier, age 25
SW Derrien Houssaye, age 30
SW Thephaine de la Haute-Meson, age 26
LM Alan Racine, age 32
RM Jak Feu-l’arde, age 22
CM Hugo Cousturier, age 32
LW Andriet Mordelaix, age 24
RW Stevan Lorcy, age 26
ST Gwenael de Cocingni, age 31


____ESPERANCE____________________Glass, Naucratis_
Previous Season: None (Football System expansion)
Stadium: Orlant Stadium (38,550)
Manager: Brieuc d'Espinueil, age 45 (Altair Manager, 8-11-17 career record)
Assistants: Goueznou Regratiere, age 31; Izikel des ij Mesons, age 48

Regular Starting 11:
GK Per Bon Secours, age 31
LB Brieux Grébaut, age 31
RB Brevalaer des Barres, age 20
SW Suliac la Torquetrue, age 25
SW Mordiern Emmancheeur, age 28
LM Gonery Oier, age 20
RM Juvad de Lombelon, age 30
CM Judicael Bouchier, age 27
LW Meogon Velines, age 25
RW Elarig Montet, age 33
ST Socucius Laceeur, age 23

Bench:
GK Aube Meystrell, age 39
GK Gregori Hallé, age 20
LB Guilhem Millot, age 21
RB Grantham Carpentier, age 31
SW Jezekael le Porchier, age 21
SW Brewen Poujouly, age 29
LM Steon Benichou, age 34
RM Tugdual Crieresse, age 29
CM Brioc de la Rochelle, age 20
LW Mazhe Degas, age 38
RW Eccliseus Moulleren, age 21
ST Nicholas de la Charmoie, age 34


____GENULCA_______________Telecommunication, Genulca_
Previous Season: Eleventh Place, C-Division
Stadium: Charles d'Aragon Stadium (26,015)
Manager: Armel d'Abbevile, age 45 (Anceaume Assistant)
Assistants: Kieran Piquereau, age 43; Aleaume Deslannes, age 32

Regular Starting 11:
GK Christopher Cevaer, age 29
LB Konan Madrelle, age 32
RB Melen de Joogni, age 25
SW Peterne Lichet, age 20
SW Deklan Charpentier, age 24
LM Peran Boutiette, age 31
RM Istirus Muniere, age 32
CM Kavan Blanc, age 27
LW Nicodeme Dufrene, age 33
RW Sulian Brunet, age 29
ST Corentin Baquelaire, age 35

Bench:
GK Glen Binoche, age 23
LB John Ravel, age 24
RB Brendanig Jolves, age 20
SW David Solari, age 33
SW Budig de Viuepont, age 33
LM Padrig Foray, age 18
RM Joran Defauxs, age 33
RM Per Angloma, age 21
CM Bleizig de Boyeus, age 21
LW Lomig Du Plat, age 23
RW Ruvonig Fraseeur, age 26
ST Josselin Perotin dit Chastellaraude, age 27


____MASSALIA CITY______________Chemicals, Massalia_
Previous Season: Sixth Place, C-Division
Stadium: Randaynes Stadium (22,310)
Manager: Jestin Baudroyer, age 59 (Pescium Manager, 25-14-33 career record)
Assistants: Gwenegan Vesoignon, age 51; Ronan Deceltuches, age 38

Regular Starting 11:
GK Taran Sorel, age 29
LB Yves Moushine, age 29
RB Iusti de Forez, age 25
SW Hélaury Hurtevant, age 23
SW Christpofle a l'Escurel, age 34
LM Treveur d'Arenci, age 30
RM Valentin Richir, age 27
CM Tugen Niquet, age 21
LW Melar Turelure, age 21
RW Gavin des Chanz, age 32
ST Tinidor Retondeeur, age 28

Bench:
GK Maoran Commandeur, age 34
LB Binig Vannetais, age 21
RB Maodez Baillieu, age 32
SW Meloir la Bedele, age 22
SW Melaine le Bastier, age 21
LM Theoren de La Champagne, age 21
RM Goulchan Gareau, age 30
CM Tei la Graveliere, age 22
CM Joran Mendy, age 32
LW Ilan Derame, age 34
RW Gilduin Anciaux, age 23
ST Pever Hédiart, age 26


____PESCIUM________________________Retail, Pescium_
Previous Season: Ninth Place, B-Division
Stadium: de Peyrasmortas Stadium (31,190)
Manager: Dic'hil de Grant-Pre, age 40 (retired April 7 Goalkeeper)
Assistants: Soig Lumet, age 51; Guinoux Roulhenau, age 35

Regular Starting 11:
GK Tangi Mouleeur, age 29
LB Kavanig Le Cordier, age 32
RB Senour Quesnel, age 30
SW Gweltaz Deneriaz, age 31
SW Iltud LaCombe, age 25
LM Riog de Cleve, age 29
RM Azaf d'Aties, age 24
CM Herveig de France-Bourc, age 36
LW Rieg Gauthier, age 32
RW Ancus Javert, age 24
ST Kou Decastaichede, age 30

Bench:
GK Colledoc Changeeur, age 32
LB Briagenn des Aloz, age 20
RB Herue Richard, age 26
SW Noel l’Aulogier, age 21
SW Gildas de Fresnay, age 22
LM Gralon Renier, age 20
RM Meloar Larrouse, age 32
CM Maclou Join, age 28
LW Brieg Tanlay, age 24
RW Vinog Tapicier, age 31
RW Yannig de Montfort, age 22
ST Claude Boudouani, age 26


____SAIDA HOLLY__________________Medicines, Saida_
Previous Season: Tenth Place, B-Division
Stadium: Holly Park (26,820)
Manager: Ronan Hougier, age 68 (19-19-34 career record)
Assistants: Segal Martineaud, age 41; Gefroy Charretier, age 43

Regular Starting 11:
GK Ivi de Besons, age 25
LB Dogmael Rouget, age 27
RB Ildut Boudouani, age 26
SW Elar de Saintraille, age 22
SW Noel Cottins, age 28
LM Kendiern Amenconneeur, age 32
RM Arzhvael Halley, age 35
CM Karneg Delecoeur, age 30
LW Tudal Villars, age 31
RW Debentien du Franc-Chastel, age 22
ST Titouan de Conches, age 24

Bench:
GK Alor Le Nain, age 29
LB Alar Eparvier, age 26
RB Donald Guepy, age 28
RB Alunoc Deniau, age 22
SW Ferarilie Deiciere, age 22
SW Pergad de Chastenay, age 36
LM Didier Aillier, age 22
RM Beran Pinon, age 23
CM Prevel Arnaud, age 18
LW Guinoux de Chanqueulle, age 21
RW Pergad Suchet, age 29
ST Titouan de Conches, age 24


____VICTORY BRINGER________________Paper, Siris_
Previous Season: Fifth Place, C-Division
Stadium: Saint George Stadium (26,015)
Manager: Devi Rouleau, age 54 (18-10-16 career record)
Assistants: Konan Vezelize, age 49; Toran Clergesse, age 38

Regular Starting 11:
GK Kelig de Coustances, age 33
LB Likael la Goulee, age 31
RB Darry Arrau, age 26
SW David de Langures, age 28
SW Eginer Boscardin, age 21
LM Goulchan Gascheeur, age 27
RM Hoel Marinnier, age 24
CM Youn du Bois-d'Arsi, age 29
LW Pêr Goulancourt, age 34
RW Briagenn Pochier, age 25
ST Bogdu de Cocingni, age 32

Bench:
GK Blez Mignot, age 24
GK Ewan le Gay, age 26
LB Guiomarch Cupidon, age 31
RB Melar Anciaux, age 21
SW Tugal Cali, age 27
LM Iust Notaire, age 22
RM Hern Fruitiere, age 29
CM Jezekael Arbalastrier, age 34
CM Konhouarn d'Arcueill, age 26
LW Kadeg des Arqueus, age 22
ST Bleiz Pourchet, age 20
ST Laurent De Fry, age 26


____VITORIA______________________-Weaponry, Vitoria_
Previous Season: Tenth Place, C-Division
Stadium: Ventre-Saint-Gris Stadium (24,400)
Manager: Jhared de Brie, age 54 (30-20-38 career record)
Assistants: Efflamm de Bucy, age 58; Stevan Ollivier, age 36

Regular Starting 11:
GK Jacme Lejosne, age 32
LB Evarzheg Labaye, age 20
RB Kieran Perie, age 30
SW Ado de Champ-Rose, age 34
SW Riwal Bigeard, age 21
LM David Métraux, age 25
RM Ronan Simonet, age 31
CM Brivel Belcour, age 24
LW Adventor Sastre, age 27
RW Jonas Cristaliere, age 23
ST Meogon Longeserre, age 33

Bench:
GK Gireg d'Avalon, age 24
LB Balae Lathuile, age 27
RB Keriane de Breelle, age 31
SW Yeltazig Bergevin, age 26
SW Judoc de Dueil, age 20
LM Mélard l’Ermite, age 34
RM Audren Loti, age 30
RM Konogan Chambellenc, age 19
CM Audren Beylier, age 34
LW Kireg Lizerand, age 31
RW Jadier Poulailler, age 32
ST Sulian Berger, age 31


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Postby Oberour Ar Moro » Fri Dec 14, 2018 10:35 pm

Teams and Rosters

Sezig le Marinier came with a proposition.

April 7, as a football club, had the largest stadium in Oberour Ar Moro. It also had the largest budget of any team. And it had dropped from the Premier Division all the way to B-Division in two single seasons.

While other teams in the Football System are owned by companies that produce alcohol or guns or cutting oils, April 7 was owned by the city of Regium, Oberour Ar Moro's capital. So tax dollars, water bills, property taxes, and parking tolls were helping pay for striker Expeditus Le Deist de Kerivalent and midfielder Ivo Foucault. And paying for a 8-13-15 record in the A-Division.

Regium's leadership wanted out. Out of the Football System and out of their spiraling, embarrassing losses. And Sezig le Marinier wanted in to the 60,006 seat Regium Stadium.

Sezig le Marinier was the flamboyant theater owner and impresario, the "King of Ruladen", who had snatched the very last club available in the Football System two years prior. He built up the smallest stadium in the system, and saw his club Spartan become champion of the C-Division, and then the B-Division immediately after. Spartan and their exciting, aggressive playing style were now one step away from the Premier Division. And his 19,970-seat Spartan Park (fondly, and accurately, known as "The Forlorn Hope") was clearly not the proper home for an A-Division team.

So when the word started filtering through the grapevine that Regium wanted to offload Regium Stadium, le Marinier was interested in making a deal. But once he sat down with April 7 management and Regium municipal leaders, he convinced the men across the table of him that there was an even greater opportunity.

The whole meeting took three-quarters of an hour, and by the end of it, Spartan and April 7 were no more. Officially they had merged, but in reality le Marinier had bought a whole other team lock, stock, and barrel, and created a whole new entity. In their place, was a new club: Regium United.




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There are major changes coming to the Football System.

With the merger of April 7 and Spartan, there is an open place in the System for a football club. To fill this place, the Football Management Committee (FMC) accepted a bid for Esperance, which will share Orlant Stadium with Naucratis while they build their own stadium.

In addition, the FMC announced the Football System will be expanding for the 1754-1755 season. The Premier Division will grow from 7 to 10 teams, and both A-Division and B-Division will expand from 10 to 12 teams.

With this, the Football System will be growing by seven teams. Clubs from Ampuria, Appuli, Breiero, Caelina, Perseis, Salmudos, and Tylis will join C-Division.

These clubs will look to see how Esperance handles their first season. Esperance hired former Altair manager Brieuc d'Espinueil to lead them in their first season. And d'Espinueil has made bold signings, spending argenteus to bring Premier Division and A-Division players in for their inaugural season.

Additionally, the FMC announced they were seeking title sponsors for all four division of the Football System. The search for title sponsorship corresponds with the new division branding introduced for this season. A rumor said that the FMC was making multiversal inquiries for sponsors, but in response to questions by Vainqueur Magazine, the FMC said "we will not accept non-Oberour sponsors."




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The Oberour Ar Moro Football System is not entirely Oberour anymore. Sixteen foreign players will be joining the Football System, and the debate has not stopped raging. Not just fans, bloggers, and ultras are discussing this, but the teams themselves.

The Ministry of Culture allowed Oberour teams to sign multiversal players for the first time, and Invicta was the first to take advantage. Jan Durjardin was quick to sign Schottian Craig Mallman and Eastfielder Austen Armours, and also later attempted to add Cody Graszeszak of Mercedini from Ceni's Longtails. Hibernus added Brenecian Bailey Watermill, Boney Bose Waldron, and Pridnestrovian Vladislav Yudin. Controversally, de la Charite signed Khantarian Striker Benjamin Eaglefoot, along with Boney Elliston Gilpin. On social media, Perresson Coffriere was criticized for signing a non-Oberour forward, even if Eaglefoot is starting as a reserve. Cyrene Bay signed Nepharim Garrett Spycer, and then paid 3 million for Meyson Salume, a Guayabal Right Back who played for Euran club Revolutionaries. In the remainder of the Premier Division, Aris, Occident, and Patrons did not go for a foreign transfer, though Patrons owners the Ministry of Culture were the ones to permit the openings.

A-Division teams also brought in multiversal players. Pridnestrovian Yaroslav Sivakov and Fleftic Damien Sijalbo joined Altair, Khantarian striker Lee Borncock will be a starter for Confessor, fellow Khantarian Sebastian von Rustberg joined Meridian, Audioslavian Gabriel Houellebecq went to Myrrh-Streamer, Polkopian Milomir Savelievich was signed by Naucratis, and Blaneuan Raymond Gatrell was signed to help Regium Immortal in their battle for promotion.




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On Antenne Sports' Football Night, Football Management Committee (FMC) spokeswoman Lisig de Grant-Tens debuted the new branding for the Football System. Of note is the new Premier Division logo featuring an albatross. The albatross logo will appear on the right sleeve of all Premier Division teams.

Lisig de Grant-Tens also announced that the FMC is seeking title sponsors for all four division of the Football System. de Grant-Tens was explicitly clear that they were seeking only domestic sponsors. "We will not accept non-Oberour title sponsors. An Oberour league will have an Oberour sponsor."
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Postby Blaneu » Wed Dec 19, 2018 3:08 pm

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Sides From the Cape Roar Into Action


Week One

Bay Road FC 0–2 West Cape Wanderers
Bedha English 3–1 Riverside SC
Bedha Rangers 2–3 Pwhelli FC
Defi Rovers 1–0 Portside FC
East Cape FC 1–0 Old Regisonians
Island Blaze FC 0–1 Mawford United

The Bayside Ground played host to the start of the season with a Saturday crunch match between Bay Road and West Cape. Bay Road initially looked like they had plenty of good intent, Shanahan showed his quality, putting Jenkins and Evans through at various points in the first half, but Sketty and Jones were too effective for MacDaffyd and Pottinger to make a clear chance. Wanderer's seemed to pull themselves together just before the break, Bard and Flahavan seemed to co-ordinate well, and in the 44th minute Bard put Christiansson through clear on goal to take a one-nil lead. After the break Wanderers moved up through the gears, having over 60% of the possession, but it took until the 82nd minute to convert this into a goal, as a swung in free-kick from Cuf met the head of Davis to secure the result.

Elsewhere and the rest of Saturday produced two very exciting matches. Bedha English's new strengthened squad faced off against Riverside, and whilst they got their result, they didn't half make hard work out of it. A two goal lead going into the last twenty minutes seemed fairly safe, but Riverside pulled one back as Hartson held up the ball for Lagadec, who then fired home from distance. Riverside pressed hard for the next 20 minutes, and Hartson almost leveled affairs from a scrap in the box, but having pressed so far forward English got back in behind and Cautcher received the ball in space and proceeded to secure the win. Later on and English's rivals faced off against Pwhelli. Pwhelli's teenager Cadwgawn Blaney demonstrated his quality netting a brace to help his team to a narrow win.

Sunday, by comparison, saw three tight, mucky fixtures as the rain came driving down all across the island. Defi opened up their season with their new side against Portside, two teams tipped to have a truly awful season. Both sides struggled as the pitch at the Cauldron was reduced to churned mud, the ball skipped and splatted all over the pitch and neither side had much fluency. Eventually Defi managed to edge it, free agent acquisition Konstantin showed some initiative, taking a quick free-kick to put Eira Own through on goal, she then proceeded to make history by becoming the first woman to ever net in the Blaneuan Top Division. East Cape, meanwhile, faced off against the much weakened Old Regisonians. The pitch at the Community Ground held up, but it hardly needed to as East Cape's brand of take-no-prisoners route one, slightly dirty, football doesn't exactly require a smooth pitch to play on. East Cape eventually took the win as Rhodri Apnest netted from a free-kick. Finally the firefighters of the Island Blaze looked to shake off their fatigue from the Globe Cup as they went face to face with Mawford United. Whilst they didn't look too sluggish, Mawford looked the better side with free agent Toni Bliss aiding them to dictate the pace of play as they came away from Wendell Lane with all three points.

Matchday Two

West Cape Wanderers 2–2 Mawford United
Old Regisonians 2–2 Island Blaze FC
Portside FC 0–1 East Cape FC
Pwhelli FC 0–2 Defi Rovers
Riverside SC 4–2 Bedha Rangers
Bay Road FC 4–4 Bedha English

Whoever set up East Cape against Portside as the opening Saturday fixture is either an idiot or evil. After the boggy pitch of the week before, the pitch instead looked dry and cratered. East Cape prevented this becoming much of an issue by keeping the ball a long way in the air for most of the match, their play was particularly rough as 7 players picked up a yellow and Jowan Foote was sent off for a studs up challenge on Andy Bricks; eventually Pomeroy bagged the winner, heading the ball home in the 72nd minute.

Meanwhile, the other three Saturday fixtures provided a greater degree of excitement. Pwhelli, after last weeks heroics against Rangers seemed to be out of steam, Defi saw Owens net again, as well as Tim Simpson putting one away to secure back to back wins. Old Regisonians, meanwhile, seemed unfazed by the lack of a home atmosphere, with only 255 in attendance at the Regis Stadium both they and the Island Blaze toiled away quietly, coming away with a point a piece. Finally, the tea time fixture was a tasty encounter between West Cape and Mawford. Mawford looked like they might provoke a shock at the Isthmus Arena, as Driscoll and Lowe both netted in the first 10 minutes. West Cape looked shell shocked, but eventually came back into the game as Christiansson buried a penalty, eventually Yirix-Ucyxi Cuf pulled back a vital point, taking a free-kick from West Cape's half he looped Bard onto the ball, who then smashed it into the net with ease.

Sunday saw some big games, as Bay Road and Bedha English faced off early, and Riverside squared up against Bedha Rangers in Longborth. Bay Road - English was an attacking feast, with both sides pressing hard and leaving far too much space at the back. MacDaffyd re-kindled some of his form from last year, bagging a hat-trick to bring an end to a prolonged dry spell, whilst Cautcher also netted three, with further goals from Jenkins and Smith these two fought it to a draw. Riverside, meanwhile, undid their first day disappointment as Lagadec, Hartson and Tew all netting as Rangers were dispatched in front a raucous Longborth crowd.

Matchday Three

Bedha English 2–3 West Cape Wanderers
Bedha Rangers 2–1 Bay Road FC
Defi Rovers 0–2 Riverside SC
East Cape FC 1–0 Pwhelli FC
Island Blaze FC 0–0 Portside FC
Mawford United 1–1 Old Regisonians

Mawford United were the first of the big clubs into action this week, and they were in for a disappointment. Whilst Lloyd Jackson poked them into the league early on they were wasteful over most of the match, David Barclay, veteran attacking midfielder, made them pay for this as he buried a shot from just outside the box after a corner was spilled out. Saturday afternoon then was a bit of a wash, Island blaze and Portside played out to a tense, terse draw under grey skies in Merion, meanwhile East Cape took on their stadium sharing rivals Pwhelli, where a late goal bundled in by Caradog Gwent proved the difference between the two.

Sunday saw three far tastier fixtures. Defi hosted Riverside at the Cauldron, a fixture that thoroughly derailed them the previous year. Defi's run of two wins came to an end as Riverside took their second on the bounce, and in a turn up for Riverside neither goal came from John Hartson, showing the clear progress they've made since last year. Dovey Lane then played host to the two biggest fixtures of the week, with Rangers playing the early game and English taking the later game. Rangers faced Bay Road, and provided a bit of a shock as Harry Norbitt netted two goals either side of half-time. Bay Road got one back from Bryn Jenkins, but they failed to come back and go bottom of the table as the transition in tactics clearly continue to take its toll.

In the evening Bedha English came in for a big clash with West Cape Wanderers, and whilst it is too early in the season to be a title decider it was clearly a game that could set the trajectory for the season. West Cape started brightly, with Cuf and Ludlow providing a lot of initiative down the wings, and Flahavan, Bard and Davis swarming English's defense. The industry paid off as a great team maneuver led to Flahavan slotting the ball home, and a second came just before the break as Sketty netted from a corner. Gofdha looked a bit shaken before half-time, but he brought in some changes, Miles Rees looked knackered and was subbed off for teenager Mevenig Ollo and Full-Backs Laursen and Williams were instructed to drop back slightly. This seemed to limit Wanderers down the wings and English came back strong after the break, moving more through the middle and Strand and Cautcher proved their worth, combining for a goal and assist each tying affairs up going into the last 15 minutes. West Cape made their own change, bringing water carrier MacDai off for Riley, more of a central midfielder. At this point they pressed further forward, and eventually it paid off, Christiansson had the ball looped over him into the box and he managed to get his foot on him to put the ball in the net.

Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 East Cape FC 3 3 0 0 3 0 +3 9
2 West Cape Wanderers 3 2 1 0 7 4 +3 7
3 Riverside SC 3 2 0 1 7 5 +2 6
4 Defi Rovers 3 2 0 1 3 2 +1 6
5 Mawford United 3 1 2 0 4 3 +1 5
6 Bedha English 3 1 1 1 9 8 +1 4
7 Bedha Rangers 3 1 0 2 6 8 −2 3
8 Pwhelli FC 3 1 0 2 3 5 −2 3
9 Old Regisonians 3 0 2 1 3 4 −1 2
10 Island Blaze FC 3 0 2 1 2 3 −1 2
11 Portside FC 3 0 1 2 0 2 −2 1
12 Bay Road FC 3 0 1 2 5 8 −3 1


With three games gone the two sides from the cape are coming off the best so far. West Cape look even stronger than last season, having faced off against three of their top rivals for the title (Mawford, English and Bay Road) they've come off with 7 points out of 9, and have outplayed each side they've played so far. East Cape have won three on the bounce, but each one has come against fairly weak opponents, time will tell whether their smash and grab approach works against the bigger sides. Otherwise the biggest story is just how poorly Bay Road season has started, the defeat to West Cape was perhaps expected, and the draw with English was a fine result, but the defeat to Rangers was clearly a shock. Clearly the adjustment to a more attacking style of play has had its problems, they've conceded more or as many goals as any other side in the league and the loss of James Jones has made them leaky.

A further important point to note is just how much of an impact foreign players have had thus far, and not just the big signings made by West Cape and English. East Cape's free agency acquisitions have looked good thus far, with them having conceded no goals and Defi's purchase of Detlef Konstantin looks inspired as they've done well so far despite the squad reboot.

  1. Claudia Cautcher - 5
  2. Paul MacDaffyd, Harry Norbitt, Fred Christiansson & Cadou Lagadec - 3
  3. Eira Owens, Bryn Jenkins, Liam Smith, Gareth Lowe, Cadwgawn Blaney & John Hartson - 2


Week 4 and 5 Preview


Week 4 presents one vast fixture in the shape of Bedha English against Bedha Rangers. Dovey Lane will sees Gofdha's side looking to come back from losing a massive six-pointer against West Cape Wanderers, whilst Rangers look to build on a solid win against Bay Road. English were undone in their last fixture by the free-passing football of West Cape, with their midfield block completely by-passed. Rangers may prove a similar challenge, although the quality of their passing is no doubt of a lower quality. Ultimately English's chances are down to both the ability of Marc Strand to win the battle in the middle, and also their ability to exploit Ranger's lack of width, with Edwards and Delaney the full-backs being the only wide players. This may leave Rangers in a bind, if their full-backs push on there is space on the wings to exploit, and if they stay back they can do little to prevent English moving the ball through them using Strand and the wingers.

Elsewhere and the struggling, but talented, Bay Road side face the thriving but untalented Defi Rovers. Bay Road sit bottom of the table after deflating defeats to Bedha Rangers and West Cape Wanderers, whilst Defi have two wins so far. Bay Road have struggled, as whilst they have plenty of attacking intent Shanahan has been left somewhat stranded in the middle of the field, whilst MacDaffyd and Pottinger have looked flat up-front. Defi, meanwhile, seem to have their tactics nailed down already, pivoting around Konstantin as a deep-lying playmaker and Eira Owens' explosive pace up the front. Bay Road's ability to get a result will hinge on whether Jenkins and Evans cutting in provides more ballast to their midfield when on the back-foot, or leaves them exposed on the wings.

Week 5 and East Cape against Bay Road looks to be the biggest philosophical clash in Blaneuan footballing history. Whilst Erin Gowan has put the focus on free-flowing, fast-moving combinations going forward, John Bolter's philosophy seems to hinge on physically imposing his side, sometimes violently, on the game. East Cape will be seeking to exploit the vast gaps in Bay Road's formation between their back-line and Shanahan and Shanahan and their front-line. Deep-lying playmaker Gwent will be key to this plan. Whilst the back-four sit as a block ahead of him, one of the wingers and Foote and May sit ahead and he seeks to pick up loose balls and launch rapid counter-attacks with pin-point long passing out to one of the wingers, or Ron Lemon. Bay Road, meanwhile, will seek to use their front-load formation to dominate possession deep into the opposition third, the success of which depends on both their patience in working through the defensive block, and their ability to withstand crunching tackles.
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Pioneered by Boldsport of Bonesea, picked up by SBCSport, and now under new management, the Galacticos are back! The Galacticos label exists to honour the best players in world sport, though it uses club football (specifically, UICA season 71) as its primary indicator of success, skill and proven results. As is traditional, a long-list (of 75) will be announced before the primary ceremony later on dictates the Galacticos Shortlist, the actual Galacticos, and rates 3 through 1 the finest Managers, Young (U21) Players and, finally, Players themselves, of the Season. In the time-honoured tradition of the ceremony, most around the world will ignore the list, and its results will be argued relentlessly. The judicial committee expects myriad threats to its collective well-being, perhaps on the NSSport Discord. And we would have it no other way.

Without further ado; the Galacticos Long-list! Your favourite player not on this list came 76th.

Goalkeepers (8)
Rostyn Calhoun - BRE - Wexax United (VAL)
Robert Griffin - EUR - Sabrefell Moths (NPH)
Calogero Metz - FFD - Cassandra City (COS)
Tregatta Spitfire - APX - FC Endeavour (APX)
Gordana Stanic - EFL - Royal Jam FC (EFL)
Lafayette Tifoxe - FFD - Strike (VIL)
Apostolos Tsattalios - NPH - Falourr (EUR)
Mathis Woodgate - BRE - Spartangrad (EUR)

Rightbacks (6)
Tevreness Bale - COS - Tanrisal (PAS)
Scott Coles - EUR - Ulsa (EUR)
Lachlan Faulkner - AUD - Shamrock Cathair (AUD) - U21
Ambrose Karigomu - COS - Pikemouth (BRE)
Ville Pakkanen - COS - Newrook City (NPH)
Leona Rafford - NPH - Crisisbless (NPH)

Centre-halves (12)
Kosa Bajnok - FFD - Crisisbless (NPH)
Diedrich Frostmarris - NPH/APX - Cassandra City (COS)
Artem Giord - SMB* - Northern Stallions (BRE)
Darrion Moffat - EFL - Royal Jam FC (EFL)
Imhotep Jekyll - APX - FC Endeavour (APX)
Torbjorn Jorgensen - COS - Raynor City United (VAL)
Steven Paul - SCT - Falourr (EUR)
Niko Szubanski - BRE - 1830 Cathair (AUD)
Peter Svensson - COS - AFC Treason (NPH)
Emely Towers - EFL - Tanrisal (PAS)
Jirak Trikala - VIL - Strike (VIL) - U21
Seve Vasquez - VAL - Mar Sara FC (VAL)

Leftbacks (5)
Martin Basa - FFD - Tanrisal (PAS)
Saskia Holden - SCT - Northern Union (BRE)
Cynthia Peck - DRK - Gwinevra Barbarians (APX)
Gethin Quill - BRE - Revolutionaries (EUR)
Aliser Redmond - APX - Exton FC (APX)

Right Midfield (5)
Ishtar Fanaiyan - NPH - Eastweald (COS)
Adnan Szalai - NPH - Ulsa (EUR)
Bryger Tidesson - COS - Real Azuris (COS)
Imriel Townsend - APX - Sabrefell Moths (NPH)
Abraham Yellowbill - APX - Barbury Town (APX)

Central Midfield (17)
Liam Armstrong - EUR - Starling (NPH)
Jean-Marie Bentacur - ESH - Baskita FC (PAS)
Maeve Bronte - SCT - Crisisbless (NPH)
Oscar Coltrane - EUR - Sabrefell Athletic (NPH)
Kim Coultan - SCT - Crawford City FC (COS)
Lazar Eleonora - FFD - Holdenberg (EUR)
Jorg Feierabend - PAS - CA Paulinthal (PAS)
Laborious Hawk - VAL - AC Izotz Zubia (AUD)
Alora Heher - COS - Rozelle (BRE)
Storm Holsen - AUD - AC Izotz Zubia (AUD) - U21
Rusalka Klein - NPH - Crawford City FC (COS)
Karisto Monafog - VIL - Lonngeylin Coast (VIL)
Boskenna Penhallow - EQS - Kingsgrove (BRE)
Sverre Solheim - VAL - Hondo FC (VAL)
Olvir Texstrom - COS - Falourr (EUR)
Viablaine - COS - Rozelle (BRE)
Moira Woakes - EUR - Carsby (EUR) - U21

Left Midfield (5)
Ilglerdiriel Lithvathar - VAL - Raynor City United (VAL)
Scheherazade Meier - FFD/NPH - Sabrefell Moths (NPH)
Rowena Strongbow - NPH - Directus (EUR)
Bellerophon Serafino - COS - Cassandra City (COS)
Espy va Drake - VAL - 1830 Cathair (AUD)

Strikers (17)
Ingthor Audbjornsson - PAS - AC Izotz Zubia (AUD)
Brian Bond - EUR - Oakstone (EUR)
Jackie Crawford - DRK - Rozelle (BRE)
Alexandra Crewe - APX - Shamrock Cathair (AUD)
Xixi Ens - FFD - Sabrefell Athletic (NPH)
Estrella Hawke - NPH - Sabrefell Athletic (NPH)
Natasa Horvat - PAS - Olympia FC (EFL) - U21
Mathea Indrebo - VAL - Hondo FC (VAL)
Alexander Jager - PAS - Revolutionaries (EUR) - U21
Alexander Karpaty - PAS - Mallox (COS)
Desya Kuznetsov - AUD - Cazadores Cathair (AUD)
Lucan Palmisano - APX - Spartangrad (EUR)
Airik Ruhl - COS - Crisisbless (NPH)
Pristina Shine - EQS - 1830 Cathair (AUD)
Sipke Tarala - VIL - Lonngeylin Coast (VIL)
Romikk Valgard - COS - Ulsa (EUR)
Vega Zeale-Riddick - COS - Cassandra City (COS)

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The Galacticos short-list is here! Here is where the relative chaff of the 24th-through-75th-best players in the world get separated from the wheat. Players who were inactive for their nations, or who did not achieve strong results in a high-ranked league, were pruned away; there are no even faintly weak links of those that remain.

There is an official distinction to be made between Galacticos Shortlisters and the the Galacticos themselves, who are the Starting XI presented here. And there remains one final piece of the puzzle; the individual awards themselves. All will be revealed, tomorrow...

Goalkeepers
Robert Griffin - EUR - Sabrefell Moths (NPH)
Progressive GK of successful assertive side, impeccable with ball at feet

Mathis Woodgate - BRE - Spartangrad (EUR)
Long-serving veteran known for shot-stopping; kept clean sheet in CC Final

Calogero Metz - FFD - Cassandra City (COS)
A colossus for club and country. One of many Cassandra City players to dominate TOTS

Rightbacks
Leona Rafford - NPH - Crisisbless (NPH)
Difficult personality who got herself together; age has made her a stronger defender

Scott Coles - EUR - Ulsa (EUR)
Fearless attack-minded fullback whose partnership with Szalai terrorised Goldleague

Centre-halves
Niko Szubanski - BRE - 1830 Cathair (AUD)
Very understated, intelligent and calm defender, fits effortlessly into a marquee side

Peter Svensson - COS - AFC Treason (NPH)
Unnervingly consistent defender gluing together an inconsistent club. Model captain

Kosa Bajnok - FFD - Crisisbless (NPH)
Has successfully overcome being Farfish to become a rock-solid defender, with style and substance

Emely Towers - EFL - Tanrisal (PAS)
Nothing gets past Towers; a centre-half of unparalleled calm

Leftbacks
Gethin Quill - BRE - Revolutionaries (EUR)
Plucked from obscurity to become a fixture at a top club; a sturdy, determined figure

Martin Basa - FFD - Tanrisal (PAS)
Late-blooming, relatively defensive-minded fullback, steady and consistent

Right Midfield
Bryger Tidesson - COS - Real Azuris (COS)
Held off big money move to stay with his family; it paid off with CWC triumph

Imriel Townsend - APX - Sabrefell Moths (NPH)
Fearless, direct and impetuous winger, with a goalscoring touch and serious flair

Central Midfield
Liam Armstrong - EUR - Starling (NPH)
Among the most complete players in the game; Armstrong can do anything, anywhere on the pitch

Jorg Feierabend - PAS - CA Paulinthal (PAS)
Accusations of a 'fool's gold' career have stung, but remains an impeccable playmaker perhaps underrated for staying at home

Oscar Coltrane - EUR - Sabrefell Athletic (NPH)
Has evolved from an all-action dominator to a more refined, technical figure, and no less effective for it

Rusalka Klein - NPH - Crawford City FC (COS)
A fearless competitor, all grace and fluidity on the ball; Crawford refused to let her go for 30m, rightly

Left Midfield
Rowena Strongbow - NPH - Directus (EUR)
First woman in Goldleague; has more than rewarded the faith. Direct and energetic

Bellerophon Serafino - COS - Cassandra City (COS)
Can't dribble, doesn't shoot, shouldn't sing; but always in the right place at the right time to play the right ball

Strikers
Romikk Valgard - COS - Ulsa (EUR)
Recovered from gruelling injury to dominate Euraleague as top scorer by five-goal margin

Desya Kuznetsov - AUD - Cazadores Cathair (AUD)
Exceptionally angry man very, very nearly as good as he thinks he is

Vega Zeale-Riddick - COS - Cassandra City (COS)
Calls for 'VZR' to test herself abroad fell on deaf ears; instead, fired City to title. At one point had 16 league goals in 8 games

Ingthor Audbjornsson - PAS - AC Izotz Zubia (AUD)
'Thor' nickname appropriate; a powerful, thunderous force of nature, unbeatable in the air

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GALACTICOS MANAGER OF THE SEASON
3. Arturo Mancini - RKQ - Cassandra City (COS)
Utterly dominated the HL, winning 24 out of 34 matches with a side that was, while strong, not considered to be favourites before the league's outset. Helped players such as Zeale-Riddick to career breakthroughs.

2. Andreu Bartolnicci - COS - Newrook City (NPH)
An... intense figure, who dragged small-market Newrook City kicking and screaming into the upper echelons of the Nepharim league. And he did it with obscure, carefully-targeted signings, who he consistently brought the best from. Could they be the new Starling, hauled there by Bartolnicci's force of will alone?

1. Rohan Cammers - APX - Shamrock Cathair (AUD)
Boldsport hates making this call as much as anyone, but it has to be admitted - can any manager in the multiverse equal the feat of turning Shamrock Cathair, traditionally the smallest and weakest of Cathair's clubs, into becoming the champions of the nation? This despite a relatively small budget, a long history of failure and the mentality instilled at the club to match. It appears that Cammers has found a productive use, at last, for his unique talent for breaking things.

YOUNG PLAYER OF THE SEASON
3. Alexander Jager - PAS - Revolutionaries (EUR)
Award-winning Jager stormed into contention from the off, signed from Dwile Warriors and making an immediate impact on the Goldleague. A workaholic on the training ground, Jager had to bide his time and win a starting place through exceptional impact off the bench. He ended up usurping the seasoned Andy Navarro to become Revolutionaries' second-top goalscorer, with 16.

2. Storm Holsen - AUD - AC Izotz Zubia (AUD)
While Holsen was unable to drag Zozi to the title, it means a lot to be pressed into a key midfield role at just 20 years of age. That says a lot not only about his physicality and work ethic, but his intelligence, too. Holsen was born to snuff out attacks before they could start, showing all that traditional Audioslavian spirit in spades.

1. Moira Woakes - EUR - Carsby (EUR)
The first Euran female goalscorer in the league pyramid, with a debut goal for Carsby in the Silverleague, and now in the DBC, Woakes is surely on course to become the first female Euran international. Goldleague was always going to be the biggest test, and she undeniably stepped up to the mark to help Carsby out of the relegation battle with 13 goals and 13 assists. She's only going to get better, with a good head on her shoulders.

PLAYER OF THE SEASON
3. Robert Griffin - EUR - Sabrefell Moths (NPH)
Top goalkeepers are in an odd position. Normally, goalkeepers at strong sides don't get too many chances to make flashy saves, and indeed Griffin isn't really a flashy goalkeeper. What he does is enable his clubs to play high-pressing, assertive football, confident Griffin's there to sweep behind their lines and clear out any danger before it arises. Oh, yeah, and he can most definitely make the saves when he has to; and he's no pushover aerially, and his distribution is without compare. Without a doubt, one of the best in history.

2. Rowena Strongbow - NPH - Directus (EUR)
First a Euran in Nephara, now a Nepharim in Eura; not just any, though. Strongbow is the first female player in the Goldleague, Directus breaking with decades of tradition to flex on their rivals, Bastion. But she never likes to dwell on things like 'records' - she's all about what she is on the pitch. Which is; terrifyingly fast, unpredictable, deceptively strong and with one of the sweetest left boots in the game. She's already an icon for club and country, with a friendly, approachable manner.

1. Romikk Valgard - COS - Ulsa (EUR)
It has to be, doesn't it? Even in a vacuum, Valgard's season is right up there with the greats, smashing home 30 goals in a 38-game season for his club and with an enviable strike-rate for his country, as well. But it's not in a vacuum. It's in the context of it being a comeback year after a brutal challenge from Callodown bruiser Tom Miah brought him low for what was projected to be a full year, though he came back earlier than expected. God forbid, some people have even suggested the affair taught him humility. He's well and truly back now, though, and surely nobody could argue that he's the world's most lethal marksman.


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____ARIS______________________-Ordnance, Heresian_
Key Player: Rieg Augier
Point to Prove: Gurgy Measureeur
Biggest Strength: Squad Depth
Biggest Weakness: Lack of Offense
Projected Result: Fifth

Aris fans spent the entirety of 1753-1754 complaining about Sweepers Gurgy Measureeur and Olivier Coutela
The sweepers opening up the season for Aris? Gurgy Measureeur and Olivier Coutela, just one year older. Even their back-ups, Tual Roufosse and Govran Cousteix, have returned. Brivel de Ker Massonnet has faith in his players, and if their troubles were just a one-season swoon, his experienced players will reward in him spades. If not, a key part of the typical Oberour footballing machine will be jammed for a second straight year.

____CYRENE BAY_____________________Ships, Cyrene_
Key Player: Meyson Salume
Point to Prove: Geoffroy Dlajoenie deyt Fijac
Biggest Strength: Wealth of Attacking Options
Biggest Weakness: Complacency
Projected Result: First

Two seasons, two championships. It's hard to argue with Cyrene Bay's success. But two successful seasons has Kouig Belhumeur thinking about bigger things. Cyrene Bay added Meyson Salume to bring some resiliancy to his defense, promoted Thommas du Contant de la Mollette to he starting 11, and brought in Meyson Salume from Eura's Revolutionaries to refresh the midfield. Cyrene Bay in the past two seasons started slow but finished strong to pull away from their competitors. Dreadnought fans would probably prefer if they could storm out to lead the table from the word go. A third-straight championship and an extended UICA run would keep them satisfied. But if Cyrene Bay take their eyes of the ball, they could fall down the standings.

____DE LA CHARITE_______________Energy, Calchedon_
Key Player: Mordiern de Vaisseau
Point to Prove: Annaeg Chaumeeur
Biggest Strength: Perresson Coffriere
Biggest Weakness: Inconsistency
Projected Result: Fourth

Cyrene Bay may have the championships, but de la Charite has the best manager. Everyone agrees that Perresson Coffriere gives the best combination of leadership and creativity in the Premier Division. An example of this would be with the change in the sweeper position for this season. Chaumeeur sent Suliac la Torquetrue to become the highest-paid player in the C-Division for expansion side Esperance. In his place he brought in Invicta's back-up sweeper Annaeg Chaumeeur to start. Coffriere has big plans for Chaumeeur, hoping to use his clever placement and ability to get open to add to the already potent de la Charite attack. De la Charite are hoping that small change will help them close the gap with Cyrene Bay. Other teams have made major changes though, and if those changes pay off, the Hornets' goals could go unfulfilled again.

____HIBERNUS_____________________-Banking, Regium_
Key Player: Jerian Pellier
Point to Prove: Ioen Aye
Biggest Strength: New Attacking Signings
Biggest Weakness: Board Expectations
Projected Result: Sixth

In their first season in the Premier Division, Hibernus finished only one point away from being sent back down to A-Division. The tight lipped Hibernus management haven't betrayed any doubts in Iahan Alphand's leadership, but one cannot imagine the ownership being satisfied with barely surviving. Seemingly in response, manager Alphand spent big to make-over his roster. From domestic football, Hibernus added Midfielder Awen de Coetmer from Confessor and Striker Kemo Levienaise from Meridian. Hibernus also took advantage of the opening of transfers, to add three multiversal players. Acrobatic Pridnestrovian goalkeeper Vladislav Yudin will be between the sticks in 1754, and midfielders Brenecian Bailey Watermill, and Boney Bose Waldron will be splitting time on the right. Alphand will need his new look team to gel and propel Hibernus to the top half of the division.

____INVICTA_______________________-Weaponry, Airzis_
Key Player: Austen Armours
Point to Prove: Taran Bele
Biggest Strength: New Signings
Biggest Weakness: Leaky Defense
Projected Result: Third

When the Ministry of Culture announced that Football System teams could sign multiversal players, Invicta was quick to take advantage. But what may be more interesting is who they didn't sign. Manager Jan Durjardin let striker Klaoda Maxse walk and attempted to bring in Mercedinian Cody Graszeszak. Graszeszak ended up going to KF Qastyr, and Durjardin promoted Taran Bele to starting striker. If Taran Bele is the goal scoring solution Durjardin has been seeking, he might pair with new signing Austen Armours to lift Invicta.

____OCCIDENT______________________Airline, Genulca_
Key Player: Lunen Margas
Point to Prove: Maudan Fienseur
Biggest Strength: Team Cohesion
Biggest Weakness: Upper Level Experience
Projected Result: Seventh

Occident has flown fast and far to climb from B-Division to the Premier Division in two seasons. They've made it through swarming defense and a team that is always on the same page. But can a team that looked so strong in B-Division then A-Division succeed in the Premier Division? Kireg de Charromme is betting on it. Beyond adding winger Maudan Fienseur from Patrons, the starting eleven is 1573's Occident starting eleven. If this roster isn't suited for Premier League football, this will be a long year in Genulca.

____PATRONS________________Ministry of Culture, Regium_
Key Player: Josselyn Pessiere
Point to Prove: Eneour Pique-Pain
Biggest Strength: Best Attacking Midfield
Biggest Weakness: Lack of Creativity
Projected Result: Second

Patrons did not make many changes to their starting 11, but the change they did make was a big one. Patrons paid a domestic transfer record to bring in Eneour Pique-Pain to upgrade their offense. Pique-Pain was a revelation on the Oberour Ar Moro National Team, and he'll be joining fellow Dragoons Donatien Calenge, Pierres Branon and Josselyn Pessiere. When one plays Patrons, one knows what they'll be getting. No team plays a more straight-forward style, and no team does that better. But will the Ministry of Culture be satisfied with just another UICA attempt? Would they be satisfied sitting on the multiversal sidelines? It's hard to tell.


A-Division
Big Fixtures: Regium United v Myrrh-Streamer, Regium Immortal v Meridian, Confessor v Altair
Talking Points: With the upcoming expansion, the top four team in the A-Divison will be promoted to the Premier Division for 1754-1755. And if look around the sports media, it's hard to find a consensus on who those four teams will be. One team on the fringe of most prognostications is Regium Immortal. Kadvael Heault turned down the national team managerial job to lead Immortal to the Premier Division. Can his team of newly-signed older players use their mental fortitude to keep them in the top half and into promotion?

B-Division
Big Fixtures: Anceaume v Saint Charles, Saint Louis v Sesamos, Politoria Lions v Corinthian
Talking Points: Don't get too comfortable with the make-up of this Division. This time next season, only a single team from this season will remain, and will be surrounded by 11 new teams in the division. With seven teams seeking to be promoted, the real competition will to stay out of the bottom two spots and free-fall into C-Division. Though if you're excited to see a preview of next season's A-Division, watch this space.

C-Division
Big Fixtures: Dynamo v Victory Bringer, Atlas Massalia v Massalia City, Genulca v Saida Holly
Talking Points: As stadiums appear across the landscape from Tylis to Ampuria, first we have to look at the single-season tenant at Orlant Stadium. Esperance is spending big and striving to not just survive their first season, but succeed. Considering that the top nine in C-Division are being promoted, Esperance is looking to create a team that could compete in B-Division. Is Esperance making the mould for how an expansion team should be formed, or are they wasting their time trying to bite off more than they can chew?
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Postby Blaneu » Wed Jan 02, 2019 7:36 am

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Week 4

West Cape Wanderers 3–1 Old Regisonians
Portside FC 0–0 Mawford United
Pwhelli FC 1–2 Island Blaze FC
Riverside SC 0–1 East Cape FC
Bay Road FC 2–1 Defi Rovers
Bedha English 1–1 Bedha Rangers

The first fixture this weekend was a softball for West Cape, facing off against Old Regisonians. The lack of an away support made this game feel more like a rally, and the front four of Flahavan, Davis, Bard and Christiansson ran circles around a weak back-four, a consolation goal from Barclay in the dying embers of added time was the only consolation for Old Regisonians. Elsewhere and East Cape went four wins for four playing under John Bolter. Bolter's side are thought to be set up well to spring surprises against bigger sides, locking them out through sturdy defense and surprisingly effective with the long-ball. However, they proved they can poke their way through smaller teams as well, with Caradog Gwent and Rhodri Apnest they have both pace and intelligence in the midfield, so their hoofball strategy is executed with a far greater degree of intelligence and precision. Elsewhere and Bay Road finally posted some points on the board up against Defi Rovers. Eira Owens continued her excellent run with a goal poached in the box, but the tireless work of Shanahan for Bay Road allowed them to pull back for a victory through goals from Jenkins, and a penalty for MacDaffyd.

Week 5

Bedha Rangers 1–5 West Cape Wanderers
Defi Rovers 0–1 Bedha English
East Cape FC 1–2 Bay Road FC
Island Blaze FC 0–2 Riverside SC
Mawford United 4–2 Pwhelli FC
Old Regisonians 2–0 Portside FC

One of the great joys of the Blaneuan league is that the uncluttered schedule allows teams to play at full-pelt every week. If it was one of 38 fixtures, then West Cape might have shut up shop at 2-0 ahead, instead they buzzed tirelessly around Ranger's defense, as Bard completed a hat-trick. Meanwhile, East Cape faced a major test of their strategy of using physical intimidation against the big sides. Up against Bay Road it failed to pay off, with fouls against Shanahan and Jenkins on the way forward conceded free-kicks, allowing Pottinger to tap in a header for the winner. Elsewhere and Mawford played out an eye-catching fixture against Pwhelli. With red cards for both Mawford's Battselaw and Pwhelli's Edwards in the first half things opened up. Pwhelli looked like stealing a march as young talent Cadwgawn Blaney scored an absolute worldie on 55 minutes, Mawford pulled back as Toni Bliss combined well with the front three to pull it back 4-2, with Pwhelli's lack of cover on the wings exposed.

Week 6

West Cape Wanderers 2–2 Portside FC
Pwhelli FC 3–2 Old Regisonians
Riverside SC 3–2 Mawford United
Bay Road FC 3–3 Island Blaze FC
Bedha English 1–0 East Cape FC
Bedha Rangers 2–1 Defi Rovers

The week opened up with a corker of a match, as Mawford and Riversides, two clubs thus far keeping pace with the bigger teams, faced off in Longborth. Riverside have managed a smooth transition from Sunday league to the big leagues, and here their home grown squad looked impervious. Mawford are another side slowly but surely acquiring talent and this fixture showed the quality of both sides. Mawford play a 3-5-2 formation, up against Riverside's 5-4-1, a lot was resting on Toni Bliss' ability to dominate the midfield for Mawford, but hard-work from Tew and Lagadec allowed Riverside to battle in the centre, whilst using their four wide players to dominate down the wings, a late tap-in from John Hartson secured them a well-deserved 3 points.

Elsewhere and West Cape faced the prospect of losing their unbeaten record in unlikely circumstances. Portside traveled to the Isthmus Arena in dead last, having not yet scored this season. They took what could be described as a budget East Cape approach, playing physically, and keeping the ball up in the air as much as possible to make use of their height advantage. On the defense Portside played what could be described as a 5-5-0, with the two strikers falling back to the midfield block, and a central midfielder dropping between the centre-backs. To the surprise of many, they also pursued aggressively on the attack, usually through sticking the ball into West Cape's final third and then using an aggressive press. A scrappy header from Andy Bricks had Portside in the lead, it took until the 92nd minute for a free-kick from Yivix-Ucyxi Cuf to spare West Cape some blushes.

Elsewhere and Bedha English's fast-direct football met East Cape's aggressive longball. Both sides looked incredibly sturdy in defense, but English managed to secure a vital win over East Cape as Claudia Cautcher once again demonstrated her quality as compared to the rest of Blaneu. Marc Strand looped a ball, which she controlled over her shoulder before curling the ball neatly past a nervous looking Treeve Kestle. English, thus far this season, have not looked too strong, but back to back one-nil wins have come after shifting to a flat back-four, which whilst it means they look less attractive going forwards, they have managed to look like they won't concede. If Cautcher remains fit, they could well be putting on a not-very-attractive run at the title.

Week 7

Defi Rovers 2–5 West Cape Wanderers
East Cape FC 1–0 Bedha Rangers
Island Blaze FC 0–2 Bedha English
Mawford United 1–0 Bay Road FC
Old Regisonians 0–0 Riverside SC
Portside FC 2–3 Pwhelli FC

Mawford United vs. Bay Road was the Friday night fixture, and given both teams attacking intent and promising squads many were hoping it would prove an entertaining contest. Instead, both managers seemed keen to keep things tight at the back, with Mawford keeping their midfield flat as a bloc, and Bay Road keeping their midfield sat deep. Eventually Mawford ran out as Bliss in the middle and Driscoll on the wing were given more license to make things happen, Shanahan was similarly given more scope to roam, but this seemed to leave Bay Road exposed at the back. The winner came through Evans grafting in the penalty box, with the help of a meaty deflection off of Young.

Whilst Friday was somewhat of a damp squib, Saturday was anything but. West Cape traveled to the Cauldron against the promising, yet unpolished, Defi Rovers. Defi came into this fixture somewhat off the pace, having suffered four narrow defeats on the bounce. Manager Gail Stephenson had managed to inject some confidence into the side before the fixture as they matched West Cape step for step in the first 60 minutes. Their flat back four managed to disrupt West Cape's fearsome frontline, whilst the industry of Konstantin, the pace of Owens and the graft of Walters and Price offered hope going forwards. 2-1 down at half-time they decided to press harder, but space was left at the back and Bard exploited this to widen the lead. An impressive fightback was mounted and a free-kick from Walters met the head of Simpson to narrow the gap. Eventually, chasing the game left West Cape with space behind the backline, and Christiansson took full advantage, netting on the break with ten minutes left, and again sticking one in from close range in the 90th minute as Defi looked deflated.

The Table

Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 West Cape Wanderers 7 5 2 0 22 10 +12 17
2 East Cape FC 7 5 0 2 6 3 +3 15
3 Bedha English 7 4 2 1 14 9 +5 14
4 Riverside SC 7 4 1 2 12 8 +4 13
5 Mawford United 7 3 3 1 11 8 +3 12
6 Pwhelli FC 7 3 0 4 12 15 −3 9
7 Bay Road FC 7 2 2 3 12 14 −2 8
8 Bedha Rangers 7 2 1 4 10 16 −6 7
9 Old Regisonians 7 1 3 3 8 10 −2 6
10 Island Blaze FC 7 1 3 3 7 11 −4 6
11 Defi Rovers 7 2 0 5 7 12 −5 6
12 Portside FC 7 0 3 4 4 9 −5 3


Just 7 games in and already some seem worried that West Cape might run away with it. Already two points clear, the only side left unbeaten and with by far the best goal difference, they look about as impervious as they do last year. However, the draw with Portside proves there is a way to get at them, even if it isn't particularly pleasing to the eye. Elsewhere and East Cape and Bedha English are keeping pace, however English still look by far the better prospect, having had a much tougher fixture list thus far, and the league's best goal-scorer in the form of Claudia Cautcher. Riverside SC and Mawford, meanwhile, look like they might meaningfully be competing for UICA spots, Riverside have particularly impressed, with their central midfield pairing of Tew and Lagadec looking very sturdy. Mawford, meanwhile, have a setup that teams find difficult to deal with, and have had a lot of joy finding space in other sides back lines. Down the table and Bay Road have the players to succeed, but seem to have a hole in their midfield. Whilst Shanahan is, no doubt, on the best central midfielders in the league, Dashiell can't dominate the midfield alone and often looks stranded. It is rumoured that gaffer Erin Gowan is looking to replace one of MacDaffyd or Pottinger with an attacking midfielder to balance their formation more. Both MacDaffyd and Pottinger are reasonable goal scorers, but they seem to struggle to drop back and retrieve the ball, neither seems particularly adept at creating space either, or at laying the ball off to other strikers. Rhodri Apnest has potentially been linked with a move to the Bayside, and he does look out of place at East Cape.
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Postby Zwangzug » Sun Jan 06, 2019 2:27 pm

What's this? A preview? Yes, even Zwangzug has been immersed enough in the doings of the outside world--and some nonsensical internal operations--to justify this exploration. (Source: my editor, who doesn't believe in the notion of Christmas winter breaks.)

The more mundane news is that Bronwyn Sadler, once of AFC Serpentine in Nephara, has become the new manager of Rovers United. According to that team's disorganized semblance of a boardroom, Sadler's commitment to conditioning felt like a natural fit for a team that prides itself on its readiness to play in many climates, even the high-altitude Rackham Range. She, in turn, is believed to be appreciative of the Rovers' attacking-oriented lineup. The league's less-than-modern approaches to formations may, however, be more of a culture shock. Midfielder Corianne Rogawski downplayed this concern, saying "if this was a league where everyone knew everyone else's starting lineups and how many of them were nominally fowards, that would be one thing, but this isn't the [Nepharim] Premiership and I know Sadler realizes that. She'll do what she thinks is best, if that includes fine-tuning some of our setups, I look forward to it."

More surprising, to most spectators, was the news from Namiri Independent. The Sharag side have at times dallied with the idea of being everyone's second team, or at least the darling of youngsters who aren't enthused by Forest's all-out defense and/or environmentalism. Their latest defensive tactic/publicity stunt is the signing of Suhail Gallop-Brother, center defender and zebra.

The discovery of a community of sentient zebras in the Namiri region was national news two years ago; since then, many have chosen isolationism, but others have worked with the government to find an equivalent minimum age for voting and participating in civic life (the same hurdles apply as with AI citizenship, one supposes). Though the zebras enjoy footracing (hoofracing?) among their own people, they had yet to participate in human-centric team sports, thanks in part to having, well, two left feet.

Gallop-Brother, however, seems to genuinely care about football. "The skills I display here--running tirelessly, working with my teammates to keep our goal safe, planning ahead for a long year--are all things our species can take pride in," he said through an interpreter. "I think I'm like any other adult who gets to make a living playing a child's game; it's a little silly but mostly I am very honored." He then assured his new teammates that he would refrain from eating the grass on the pitch during games.

[For the benefit of foreign readers: most of the zebras who've integrated into human society go by a very rough translation of their personal name from their matrilineal language, and many also take a human name, usually Namirite. Gallop-Brother plans to display a "frozen" glyph of his signed name on his uniform, which has yet to be designed in full.]

This left most of the league scratching their heads, some of the league quietly admitting that their clubs have no grounds to complain about absurdity (or, in some cases, no grounds, period), and Trebuchet Cham, boisterously attack-minded and mediocre as ever, sporting a case of jealousy. A few days later, they announced the signing of midfielder Lolicia from the Freeport national team. Lolicia is also a sentient zebra, who appears to be slightly more anthropomorphic than her cousins here; she has scored two goals for her country as a reserve.

Whether she can rejuvenate Cham, or even fill the stadium, remains to be seen, but it's certainly been an off-season to talk about.

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Togonistani Football Season 2018 - full results


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Togonistan Premier League  Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Incendia United 22 12 4 6 42 28 +14 40
2 Tushlark Superstars 22 10 5 7 34 25 +9 35
3 FC Chemistry 22 9 8 5 31 31 0 35
4 FC Tushlark Elks 22 9 7 6 39 30 +9 34
5 FC Pegasus 22 8 7 7 33 31 +2 31
6 FC Hawkston 22 8 7 7 30 29 +1 31
7 FC Power 22 7 9 6 32 28 +4 30
8 Drekaria FC 22 7 7 8 25 28 −3 28
9 Corona Centaurs 22 7 6 9 32 36 −4 27
10 Hwoarang Shoguns 22 6 5 11 26 33 −7 23
11 FC Leprechaun 22 5 8 9 28 36 −8 23
12 Helterburg 22 3 9 10 23 40 −17 18


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Togonistan Emerald League  Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 FC Spartans 14 8 3 3 26 17 +9 27
2 TAF FT 14 7 2 5 23 26 −3 23
3 Togreaque Warriors 14 6 4 4 21 17 +4 22
4 Hwoarang Steelers 14 6 1 7 18 16 +2 19
5 FC Red Armada 14 5 3 6 20 25 −5 18
6 FC Buccaneer 14 5 2 7 23 20 +3 17
7 FC Brigadiers 14 5 1 8 15 19 −4 16
8 Valentina City 14 4 4 6 21 27 −6 16


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Togonistan League 1      Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Tribu FC 14 9 3 2 37 14 +23 30
2 Incendia University 14 6 4 4 21 15 +6 22
3 Drekaria Warlords 14 7 1 6 20 20 0 22
4 FC Forca 14 6 4 4 19 20 −1 22
5 FC Elmo 14 3 6 5 13 20 −7 15
6 FC Castovanni Eagles 14 2 8 4 18 22 −4 14
7 FC Fury 14 3 5 6 13 23 −10 14
8 Mobsters FC 14 3 3 8 19 26 −7 12


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Togonistan League 2       Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Cambria City 14 8 3 3 24 16 +8 27
2 FCI Tashan 14 8 0 6 22 18 +4 24
3 Ramona Reptiles 14 6 3 5 20 16 +4 21
4 JK's Football Academy 14 5 6 3 22 21 +1 21
5 FC Preston Storm 14 4 5 5 16 18 −2 17
6 Tushlark Diamonds 14 5 1 8 20 23 −3 16
7 FC Necromancers 14 4 3 7 14 19 −5 15
8 Kalzan City 14 3 5 6 14 21 −7 14


Promotion/relegation Play-off stage

FC Leprechaun 2–1 TAF FT
Helterburg 0–4 FC Spartans
Valentina City 0–4 Tribu FC
FC Brigadiers 2–2 Incendia University (3–2 AET)
Mobsters FC 2–3 Cambria City
FC Fury 0–1 FCI Tashan
Ascendia 98 3–1 Kalzan City
FC Necromancers 3–0 Aprox Sports Club

Promoted to Premier League
FC Spartans

Relegated to Emerald League
Helterburg

Promoted to Emerald League
Tribu FC

Relegated to League 1
Valentina City

Promoted to League 1
Cambria City
FCI Tashan

Relegated to League 2
Mobsters FC
FC Fury

Promoted to League 2
Ascendia 98

Relegated to Divisional League
Kalzan City

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DREAMPLANET SUPERCUP - SUPERTAÇA DREAMPLANET SEASON 5 (2004-2005)

Coerefente 0-0 (3-1 pens) FC Libon

Coerefente and FC Libon were very evenly matched at the recently opened Apex Arena, despite the 0-0, there were many opportunities for each team to take the trophy home, most notably being Coerefente's youth star, Miguel Benedito missing an open goal as he twisted his foot and needed to be substituted, heading into extra time there wasn't much football to see, a contrast from the intense 90 minutes, and both teams telepathically agreed on a penalty shootout.

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FC Libon took advantage of a missed Coerefente penalty to take the lead, however Coerefente were able to put that aside with 2 saves from novice goalkeeper Toni Geraldes, Coerefente eventually won the Supercup after Jorge Cardozo blasted his penalty over the bar, this would give Coerefente the morale advantage coming into the season, the match was criticised on all fronts for being "anti-football", specially the extra time period in which there were only 3 goalscoring chances.

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DREAMPLANET LEAGUE - LIGA DREAMPLANET SEASON 5 (2004-2005) - CONCLUSION

Coerefente showed the nation that they were here to stay as Real Island CD showed an immense recovery to finish second, they were Coerefente's biggest opponents all season long and the title was only won by Coerefente when they defeated Real Island at home with a matchday to go.

This was the first time that Sporting CD did not finish in the top 3, however they won't mind as their win in the Taça Dreamplanet against Real Island CD gave them a much cherished Cygnus Cup Winners' Cup spot, although the fans will be disappointed at their fall from second place.

   Liga Dreamplanet             
Team P W D L For Ag +/- Pts
1 Coerefente 34 21 4 9 87 41 +46 67 Campionato Esportivano di Campeones (DRP)
2 Real Island CD 34 18 8 8 77 48 +29 62 Campionato Esportivano di Campeones (DRP)
3 Adina CF 34 16 9 9 63 50 +13 57 Globe Cup (DRP)
4 Sporting CD 34 16 5 13 68 58 +10 53 Cygnus Cup Winners' Cup (DRP)
5 FC Libon 34 15 8 11 59 58 +1 53 Globe Cup (DRP)
6 Barta 34 13 12 9 56 45 +11 51 Globe Cup (DRP)
7 Linderton FC 34 14 8 12 42 39 +3 50
8 Ashter Atletico 34 15 4 15 66 55 +11 49
9 Staritan CF 34 13 10 11 68 63 +5 49
10 Libon United 34 14 6 14 61 56 +5 48
11 União da Ilha 34 13 9 12 57 53 +4 48
12 Mortinenses 34 12 10 12 48 47 +1 46
13 CF Belrem 34 13 6 15 45 58 -13 45
14 Matigenses FC 34 13 3 18 69 94 -25 42
15 SC Navegadores 34 11 8 15 45 48 -3 41
16 Aurora FC 34 9 6 19 46 81 -35 33
17 Marriot SC 34 9 6 19 46 80 -34 33
18 Desportivo Oriental 34 7 6 21 44 73 -29 27
Qualified for Campionato Esportivano di Campeones
Qualified for Globe Cup
Qualified for Cygnus Cup Winners' Cup


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DREAMPLANET CUP - TAÇA DREAMPLANET SEASON 5 (2004-2005)


Round of 32
Staritan CF 1-1 Estrela da Ilha (1-1 agg)
Estrela da Ilha 1-6 Staritan CF (2-7 agg)

Varzim FC 4-2 Coerefente (4-2 agg)
Coerefente 4-4 Varzim FC (6-8 agg)

FC Fieldade 6-3 Matgenses FC (6-3 agg)
Matgenses FC 1-3 FC Fieldade (4-9 agg)

Atlético CD 3-0 Mortinenses (3-0 agg)
Mortinenses 0-0 Atlético CD (0-3 agg)

Libon United 2-1 União da Ilha (2-1 agg)
União da Ilha 1-1 Libon United (2-3 agg)

Vitória de Bondade 3-1 Academica de Aurora (3-1 agg)
Academica de Aurora 2-0 Vitória de Bondade (3-1 AET, 4-4 agg, 3-4 PKs)

Navio SC 1-6 Linderton FC (1-6 agg)
Linderton FC 1-3 Navio SC (7-4 agg)

Naval de Adina 2-4 FC Libon (2-4 agg)
FC Libon 8-0 Naval de Adina (12-2 agg)

Barta 1-4 Real Island CD (1-4 agg)
Real Island CD 2-3 Barta (6-4 agg)

Avendomar 1-1 SC Navegadores (1-1 agg)
SC Navegadores 3-0 Avendomar (4-1 agg)

Marriot SC 4-2 Rio Nacional (4-2 agg)
Rio Nacional 1-1 Marriot SC (3-5 agg)

Cova da Força 1-1 Lusitano FC (1-1 agg)
Lusitano FC 6-0 Cova da Força (7-1 agg)

Ashter Atletico 1-5 Matre Praia (1-5 agg)
Matre Praia 0-2 Ashter Atletico (5-3 agg)

Aurora FC 1-0 CF Belrem (1-0 agg)
CF Belrem 1-4 Aurora FC (1-5 agg)

Adina CF 1-6 Sporting CD (1-6 agg)
Sporting CD 1-1 Adina CF (7-2 agg)

Desportivo Oriental 1-1 SC Brendia (1-1 agg)
SC Brendia 4-3 Desportivo Oriental (5-4 agg)


Round of 16
Marriot SC 1-1 Sporting CD (1-1 agg)
Sporting CD 8-3 Marriot SC (9-4 agg)

Matre Praia 0-3 FC Fieldade (0-3 agg)
FC Fieldade 0-2 Matre Praia (3-2 agg)

FC Libon 3-7 SC Navegadores (3-7 agg)
SC Navegadores 1-2 FC Libon (8-5 agg)

Staritan CF 3-2 Varzim FC (3-2 agg)
Varzim FC 1-3 Staritan CF (3-6 agg)

Linderton FC 3-1 Atlético CD (3-1 agg)
Atlético CD 1-8 Linderton FC (2-11 agg)

SC Brendia 6-1 Libon United (6-1 agg)
Libon United 6-1 SC Brendia (6-1 AET, 7-7 agg, 2-3 PKs)

Lusitano FC 4-4 Aurora FC (4-4 agg)
Aurora FC 5-0 Lusitano FC (9-4 agg)

Real Island CD 0-0 Vitória de Bondade (0-0 agg)
Vitória de Bondade 1-3 Real Island CD (1-3 agg)


Quarter-Finals
FC Fieldade 6-0 Staritan CF (6-0 agg)
Staritan CF 0-1 FC Fieldade (0-7 agg)

Aurora FC 3-4 Real Island CD (3-4 agg)
Real Island CD 2-1 Aurora FC (6-4 agg)

Sporting CD 11-3 SC Brendia (11-3 agg)
SC Brendia 2-6 Sporting CD (5-17 agg)

SC Navegadores 2-2 Linderton FC (2-2 agg)
Linderton FC 1-1 SC Navegadores (1-1 AET, 3-3 agg, 3-2 PKs)


Semi-Finals
FC Fieldade 1-1 Real Island CD (1-1 agg)
Real Island CD 2-1 FC Fieldade (3-2 agg)

Sporting CD 4-0 Linderton FC (4-0 agg)
Linderton FC 1-6 Sporting CD (1-10 agg)


Final
Real Island CD 3-5 Sporting CD


Final
Real Island CD 3-5 Sporting CD
Real Island CD were already qualified for the CEdC, Sporting CD took their CCWC spot.


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DREAMPLANET CUP - TAÇA DREAMPLANET SEASON 5 FINAL REVIEW (2004-2005)
Real Island CD 3-5 SPORTING CD

Coming into the final, Sporting CD already knew they were in the Cygnus' Cup Winners Cup as Real Island CD was already confirmed for the CEdC place, however no team was about to take this final sitting down as there was 8 goals to be had in the final. Real Island CD opened the scoring from a free kick scored by the disgraced former Dreamplanetian captain, João Souza. Real Island CD doubled their lead following a great passing play from João Souza to Paulo Oliveira put the tie firmly in Real Island CD’s hands. Just when Real Island thought they were destined for the title, Luis Silva scored a brace before half time to save Sporting CD from fighting an uphill battle.



The second half would see a very close fight between the two teams but João Souza got his brace after winning a penalty, Real Island CD fans were already celebrating their win but got silenced by a stunning volley from Paulo Figueiredo to make it 3-all. Real Island kept pushing forwards to kill the game but that move would backfire as Luis Silva completed his hattrick by running past the few remaining Real Island defenders and chipping it over the goalkeeper, probably the best goal he has scored yet. To add insult to injury, the Real Island defender, Costinha Matos, headed the ball into his own net following a corner, Sporting CD had won their 6th Taça Dreamplanet following a hard fought game.

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Dreamplanet (DRP) qualifiers
Primary Association
CEdC 30:Coerefente, Real Island CD
Globe Cup:Adina CF, FC Libon, Barta
Cygnus Cup Winner's Cup: Sporting CD


Dreamplanet (DRP) venue bids
CEdC Final: Apex Arena, Libon, Dreamplanet (capacity 75,000)

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The newly-opened Apex Arena, the home stadium of the Dreamplanetian National Team


Built near the coast of Libon, the Apex Arena is the new home stadium of the Dreamplanetian Football Association as of 2004, hosting the Dreamplanetian Supercup and Cup finals. Originally the stadium was thought of a new stadium for Sporting CD, however Sporting refused the move and the Dreamplanetian FA made it the new national stadium as Dreamplanet didn't have a national stadium before, it is a multi-purpose stadium and will be used more in the future according to plans.

As a newly built stadium for use in international competition, the Apex Arena is cutting edge, it was the best option to take Dreamplanet forward into a new age footballing wise, it is also the biggest stadium in Dreamplanet and the only stadium that fit the 55k seater minimum of the CEdC Final bids. It has enough seating for 75,000 people and 45 VIP boxes and lounges where those who can afford it have great luxury while watching the game. Places like bathrooms and food bars are conveniently placed near entrances, allowing fans to be as close to everything they need. The stadium is also only 12 minutes walk from the nearest beach, giving a nice view of the sea from the stadium, the stadium is also easy to get to, the Apex metro stop is the most common way for fans to get to the stadium, although the bus also stops nearby the stadium, it has quickly become a tradition for fans to spend the whole afternoon in the city ahead of the match, relaxing on the beach, eating at a restaurant or just chanting at the other team's fans, the Apex Arena has become a vital part of the Dreamplanetian footballing world.

With the stadium being brand new, it has become the pride of Dreamplanet, the stadium is built to give the fans the best experience during the match, at last the capital has a stadium they can call their own.
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Postby Lisander » Sat Jan 19, 2019 7:30 am

Based on this mess:

Lisander (LIS) qualifiers
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Globe Cup: Solaris Sirenia, CF Thiéry sur-le-mer, Liath Cuain CP
Series B Champions’ Cup: Racing Club de Soria, Soria Union
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