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Postby Tumbra » Wed Dec 08, 2021 9:56 am

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The Tumbran Football Federation Proudly Presents
The Fifteenth Edition of the RTC Under-18 World Cup





Welcome, one and all, to Tumbra, the site of the fifteenth edition of the Under-18 World Cup.

Participants and Groups

With 28 participants, the tournament will be played with 7 groups of 4, with the winners and runners-up of each of the groups proceeding to the second round, accompanied with the two third-placed teams with the best record. Teams will be seeded according to their record; the group winners will be the first through seventh seeds, the runners-up will be the eighth through fourteenth seeds, and the two best third-placed teams will be the fifteenth and sixteenth seeds. From there, a single-elimination bracket will be played.

Tumbra (hosts)
Commonwealth of Baker Park
United Adaikes
StrayaRoos
Adab
Chromatika
Starblaydia
Abanhfleft
The Cordian Isles
Pemecutan
Indusse
HUElavia
Græntfjall
Hispinas
Qasden
Ardengard
Cassadaigua
Sarzonia
Sharktail
Garbelia
Mertagne (defending champions)
The 14 Stars
Brookstation
Equestrian States
Zeta Reka and Hugeltaldom
Bollonich
Independent Athletes from Quebec
Estorvipa and Estorpiva

Groups

With the exception of Tumbra as the hosts, none of the other countries were seeded. Tumbra will participate in Group A.

Group A
Tumbra
United Adaikes
Garbelia
Ardengard

Group B
Bollonich
Equestrian States
Qasden
Sarzonia

Group C
Hispinas
Zeta Reka and Hugeltaldom
Pemecutan
Commonwealth of Baker Park

Group D
Adab
Indusse
Brookstation
Sharktail

Group E
The 14 Stars
HUElavia
Abanhfleft
Starblaydia

Group F
Estorvipa and Estorpiva
StrayaRoos
Independent Athletes from Quebec
Græntfjall

Group G
Cassadaigua
Mertagne
Chromatika
The Cordian Isles


Tiebreakers

- Points
- H2H Points
- Goal Difference
- H2H Goal Difference
- RP Bonus
- IC coinflip (scorinated match)

Should there be a case where three or more countries are tied the criteria will be applied to all three teams until one wins the tiebreaker. The criteria will then be applied from the top to break the tie between the remaining teams.


Schedule

The cutoff window will be between 22:00 and 23:00, UTC + 8. As the tournament will intersect Christmas, an additional bye day will be given.

Thursday, December 9 - Everything thread opens
Wednesday, December 15 - MD1 (1v4, 2v3)
Friday, December 17 - MD2 (4v3, 1v2)
Sunday, December 19 - MD3 (2v4, 3v1)
Wednesday, December 22 - Round of 16 (Please note the extra day to get your RPs in)
Friday, December 24 - Quarter Finals
Monday, December 27 - Semi-Finals (Please note the extra day for Christmas)
Wednesday, December 29 - Finals and 3PPO



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THE FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF TUMBRA
Tumbra - a sprawling, modern federal democratic republic located in Esportiva. Strong economy, strong civil rights, strong freedoms.
Population: 114 million | TLA: TMB | Capital City: Straton | Largest City: Couno
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THE FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF TUMBRA
cordially welcomes you


LOCATED in central Esportiva, the Federal Republic of Tumbra is a sprawling, modern democratic republic of a hundred and fourteen million people. Comprising twenty-five states, the Under-18 World Cup will be played in fourteen stadiums spread across ten states; allocated as such to minimise the need for travel time. A full map of the country can be found here.


Airports, Getting To and Travelling Within Tumbra

The tournament will be played along the southern coast of the country, with climate there expected to be warmer, owing to the warm ocean currents of the South Tumbra Sea, and the summer weather. Yet, temperatures during the tournament are expected to reach only a high of a breezy 25 degrees Celsius, and warm rains are not out of the possibility, either. The sparkling, white-sanded beaches of the south coast also offer a dazzling tourist spot if you wish to just relax.

Getting to Tumbra would usually entail taking a plane from an airport; the best airports to land at would be Lakewood International Airport, Kingsbury John Powell International Airport and the Bencoolen Airport, all of which can handle international flights and are closest to the venues your teams will be playing in. To get to destinations not provided by airport, high-speed rail that travels up to about 320km/h along the southern coast offers transport to all thirteen cities hosting a match, ensuring comfort, speed and reliability to get your players to their matches on time. Within cities, most cities have at least some form of mass rapid transit or light rail that forms the basis of their transport system.

Should you still wish to travel by car, Tumbra uses left-hand drive, and verifiable international licenses are a prerequisite to hire a car. Expressways to each of the major cities do exist, though...trains also exist...and are faster...

IF your nation comes from Esportiva, Tumbra can be reached within four to six hours' flight; if it comes from the regions of Anaia, Atlantian Oceania or Rushmore, then Tumbra can be reached from anywhere from six to twelve hours' flight; and for countries from outside that area, then flights to Tumbra will take twelve hours or more.

All visitors with a valid ticket will be given a visa; for those attending multiple matches, the visa will be extended accordingly. Tickets will be apportioned fairly; 40% to each team, and 10% will be sold to Tumbrans, with the remaining 10% to others. Ticket scalping is, of course, illegal; should one come across such an act of ticket scalping, then call 999 (the number for the Police in Tumbra).


Culture and Laws
The policing in each state is run by the state governments, though they are all run to a unified federal code, which standardises most equipment and techniques. Federal laws will apply here; some of the more important ones are...

  • The age to buy alcohol and tobacco is set at 18 years.
  • The age of consent is 18 years. Prostitution is legal.
  • The status of marijuana, confusingly for Tumbra, is vague and depends on the state; in Clearmont, Dartmoor, Georgia, Thornton, Lormark and Fremont it is illegal for recreational use; but in Severn, Alexandria and Bencoolen it is legal. The usage of medical marijuana is legalised throughout all states.
  • The importation of alcohol and tobacco is illegal without declaration; and there are strict limits on the amount. Importation of marijuana is illegal; the same goes for other hard drugs.
  • There is a blanket ban on assault weapons in Tumbra, and no importation is allowed.

The currency of Tumbra is the Tumbran Dollar, with the exchange rate being set at 1 NSD to 1.33 TMD. There is a ten per cent consumption tax on all items; usually it is factored into the price of the item.

Should there be any other questions, please contact VisitTumbra.com.


Host Cities And Stadiums

With seven groups, each group will be allocated two stadiums in close vicinity to each other; to minimise the travel time needed. The first listed match of each cutoff will take place at the first listed stadium, while the second match will take place in the second listed stadium.

GROUP A

Cities: Lakewood

Lakewood is well-known for being a football-crazy city; the city can essentially be split into a red zone and a blue zone, pledging allegiances to either big football team. It got its start in the 1800s by being home to the (admittedly belated) industrialisation of Tumbra, with cotton and textiles being the main good being produced here. Make sure to visit the Squornshelan ekranoplane that sits abandoned in the harbour; a monument to the former Imperium which adds a certain something to the atmosphere of the city. We're not sure what, and nobody else seems to know either, given that nobody knows what to do with it.

TRENTON PARK, LAKEWOOD, SEVERN
Capacity: 74,500

Hosting the Final of the competition, Trenton Park is home to Lakewood United, historically the most successful team in Tumbra. A massive colosseum, its differently shaped ends do make it look a bit dated, but gives it a lot of its charm. The acoustics here are also excellent, adding to the atmosphere here at Trenton Park.

LAKEWOOD CITY ARENA, LAKEWOOD, SEVERN
Capacity: 58,000

Home to Lakewood United's rivals Lakewood City, the LCA was a more modern construction; only being completed in 2005. It, therefore, looks nicer than Trenton Park; but the diatribes launched against it say that it's a soulless atmosphere. Supports of City point to their attendance records and recent success. It is equipped with all the comforts of a modern stadium; and will host the third-placed playoff.


GROUP B

Cities: Clyde, Hesham

The two big cities of Clearmont get the nod to host the matches of this group; but they couldn't be any more different. Clyde is a small city that rose to prominence through carving out a niche in the form of sheep; Tumbra's largest sheep shearing station is located here. Hesham, the capital of Clearmont, is a large metropolis on its way to achieving global status; a market town that launched itself into the Industrial Revolution, before branching out into finance.

GEORGE BOWEN STADIUM, HESHAM, CLEARMONT
Capacity: 40,000

Named after Hesham FC's longest-serving captain and later manager, the Ploughmen's arena with its distinctive bright green seats is a more rectangular effort. Distinctive for its bright green pylons that run along the outside of the stadium, it's a bit denser than most stadiums - only having one tier throughout it.

CLYDE PARK, CLYDE, CLEARMONT
Capacity: 38,500

Clyde Park Stadium is located within Clyde's central park, also called Clyde Park. Still with me? The football club that plays here is also called Clyde Park. The stadium itself is largely unremarkable outside of its claret and blue seats; four disconnected stands being one of the rarities in Tumbran stadium architecture.


GROUP C

Cities: Tavistock, Kelder

The cities of Dartmoor will play host to Group C; Tavistock being home to one of Tumbran football's most vicious - if underreported - rivalries, between Tavistock Athletic and Tavistock Park, while Kelder, a more artsy, folksy city in the southern reaches of the state, is home to the uniquely-named Kelder Phoenixes. Largely known for its large moors and chemical industries, the state as a whole tends to fly under the radar.

QUINWELL PARK, TAVISTOCK, DARTMOOR
Capacity: 41,000

Home to the Teddy Bears of Tavistock Athletic, Quinwell was engaged in a somewhat brutal war with the neighbouring Parkhead Stadium for the rights to host Tavistock's games; and somehow, despite a smaller capacity, Quinwell won. Blue is the name of the game here; another rectangular stadium in a land of circular ones, Quinwell is one of the oldest stadiums in Tumbra, and with Tavistock Athletic stuck in the third division of Tumbran football, it shows.

THE ROOST, KELDER, DARTMOOR
Capacity: 25,000

A densely packed, small stadium in Kelder, the Roost serves as the home ground for the Phoenixes; and the ground's black-and-orange theme suits that. But never mind; what people really come here for is the coffee, which ranks as amongst the best in Tumbra. It is, however, visually distinctive; the exterior is just steel criss-crossing, resembling the branches of a bird's nest. Certainly artisanal, but hey - Kelder's a very artisanal city, too.


GROUP D

Cities: Newton, Columbia

The small state of Alexandria is considered one of the most idyllic states in Tumbra; mainly subsisting on maritime industry, like fishing. Newton is the state's capital and largest city, its urban area bleeding into the neighbouring state of Severn. Yet the state's main footballing powerhouse in recent years is the fishing town and university city of Columbia, its teal-attired stars lighting up the Premier Division.

NOVENA PARK, NEWTON, ALEXANDRIA
Capacity: 32,000

Bright yellow and green is the colour of choice here; Novena Park is a modestly-sized, modern arena with all the trappings of a modern stadium. Interestingly, the outside of the stadium is painted in a bright, shiny white; and renovations are underway to give the front of the stadium a glass facade. At night, the park lights up in green and yellow, providing a contrast to the rest of Newton's skyline.

COLUMBUS FIELD, COLUMBIA, ALEXANDRIA
Capacity: 49,000

Quite why the Southerners, in a city of about 300,000, have an ultra-modern, double-deck stadium of nearly 50,000, is a mystery to many; until they pull back the curtain on who actually owns the 49% of Columbia City Football Club; property magnate Charles Goulding. There's no doubt about the impressiveness of this stadium, and its massive capacity; though with the number of people actually in Columbia itself, it plays to about 75% capacity more often than not.


GROUP E

Cities: Kingsbury, Macarthur

Georgia is the home of Group E; with the biggest port city on the southern coast Kingsbury taking one stadium, and inland industrial powerhouse Macarthur taking the other. Kingsbury's fortuitous position in a natural bay, shielding it from natural disasters, lent it well to trading and shipbuilding; though these days the shipbuilding industry has shifted west to Collatia. Yet, it harnessed its natural position into a long-term advantage, making this one of the richest cities on the south coast. Macarthur, on the other hand, had to harness the river flowing through it; its location in the heart of Tumbra's Golden Belt has given it many a strength, and the wine from the general area is renowned for its sweetness.

FLETCHER PARK, KINGSBURY, GEORGIA
Capacity: 39,000

Surprisingly, nine-time Tumbran champions Kingsbury play out of a 39,000 capacity stadium. The stadium itself has been rebuilt multiple times, going from a bowl-shaped stadium in a natural valley to a much smaller, almost entirely white stadium with a curving roof; instantly giving the stadium a recognisable facade. Whether it's too small for Kingsbury remains to be seen, and plans are on the board to expand its capacity to about 45,000.

MACARTHUR ARENA, MACARTHUR, GEORGIA
Capacity: 40,000

Here's a more no-frills, down to earth stadium in Macarthur; though corporation FisherPrice, specialising in semiconductors, has assumed the naming rights for the stadium. For the tournament, though, the stadium will be known as the Macarthur Arena. The arena itself could use a visual update; built and rebuilt several times, it still shows its age, but that only adds to the sense of history felt as people step through here.


GROUP F

Cities: Bencoolen, Sturrey

The full Western experience; while Bencoolen the city-state is a melting pot of cultures, progressivism and thought, often being nicknamed the "City of Colour" for the multicoloured apartment buildings that dot the west side of the city and promenade, while Sturrey is a working-class, less privileged city that has suffered from industry leaving Tumbra for pastures new.

BENCOOLEN CITY STADIUM, BENCOOLEN
Capacity: 55,000

The smallest of all of Tumbra's twenty-five states, Bencoolen's stadium also includes an athletics track; which, unfortunately, puts distance between the supporters and the players on the pitch. There have, however, been plans mooted to install temporary seating for football matches; though with Tumbra's multiversal sporting ambitions, this may come later, rather than sooner, and if at all.

COLDFIELD LANE, STURREY, THORNTON
Capacity: 35,000

Buildings constructed entirely out of brick, different-shaped stands and located in a lower-income neighbourhood; you'd be forgiven for thinking that Sturrey Athletic was a lower-tier side. And they do play like one; but their status in the Premier Division, as plucky, defensive minnows, brings great joy to the occupants of the city. Apart from that, it's a typical Tumbran stadium; loud, in need of a sprucing-up (like the rest of the city, really), but passionate and tightly-packed.


GROUP G

Cities: Southport, Hoxford

And now, the forgotten cities of Tumbra. The southwest is quite economically deprived comparatively to the rest of the city in general; Lormark has the lowest GDP per capita of all the states, and while Southport chugs along, it's failed to really re-invent itself, pivoting to tourism to try and keep itself afloat. Look to the giant 18th century ship in the harbour that also serves as the centerpiece of the Tumbran Maritime Museum. Hoxford is another university town, and a stark contrast to the rest of the state; where it's progressive, Fremont is steadfastly conservative. Where it's fast-paced, the rest of Fremont is also...slow.

HEART OF THE SOUTH, SOUTHPORT, LORMARK
Capacity: 35,000

One of the more poetically-named stadiums in Tumbra, the Heart of the South provides an action-packed, seaside experience; in fact, it's located right next to the sea. It's also very modern; one of the newest football stadiums in Tumbra, only being completed in 2014. It was built on the ruins of the old one, so there is that sense of location, still; and on the outskirts of the city, it's the largest thing for a long way around.

HOXFORD COMMUNITY STADIUM, HOXFORD, FREMONT
Capacity: 31,000

Redeveloped in the 1990s as a mixed-use ground, the Hoxford Community Stadium is a full complex; there's an exhibition complex located right next to it, though the mountains of grey parking space near it have attracted criticism. Yet, the stadium itself is architecturally unique in the sense that the roof is retractable; a novel invention that hasn't really caught on in Tumbra. It may be a stick-in-the-mud philosophy from the rest of the architecture community. All matches that take place here, as a result, will be dry.
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THE FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF TUMBRA
Tumbra - a sprawling, modern federal democratic republic located in Esportiva. Strong economy, strong civil rights, strong freedoms.
Population: 114 million | TLA: TMB | Capital City: Straton | Largest City: Couno
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Postby Sarzonia » Wed Dec 08, 2021 10:33 am

Sarzonia Baby Stars

Manager: Tim Lankford (48)
Steps into the role as manager after Diogo Avarel resigned when he was ruled out for managing the Sarzonian national football team. Lankford brings a defensive sensibility to the Baby Stars and the team will take on that approach moving forward.
Assistant Manager: Joe Carson (44)
Carson was a midfielder in the Sarzonian Football Confederation prior to its relegation to the second level of the Sarzonian football pyramid behind the Cyanea Joint League. He will work with the midfielders.
Assistant Manager: Matt Lynch (37)
The longtime Stars striker is in his first role as an assistant manager. He will work with the forwards.
Goalkeepers Coach: Horace Sandt (40)
Sandt was the goalkeeper who backstopped the Stars lone World Cup championship. He'll work formally with this team in the unofficial capacity he has with his brother Carlton Sandt on the senior national team.

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If my opponent RP's first, they have permission to do the following:
Style: -1.75 (slightly defensive-oriented)
Formation: 4-4-2
Choose My Goalscorers: Y
Godmod Goalscoring Events: Y (stuff like deciding who scores a PK, who passes to whom and how the goal's scored is cool. Weird shit is not.)
Injure Players: Y (let me determine severity)
Godmod Injury Events: N
Red Card Players: Y (check with me first)
Yellow Card Players: Y (no more than one or two players. check with me first)
Godmod Other Events: N (only stuff like inclement weather or crowd reactions, please. nothing crazy)
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ROSTER (starters in BOLD)

GOALKEEPERS
30 Joey Lang, 18 (5-foot-10, 170 pounds)
18 Finley Jansen, 17 (5-foot-7, 145 pounds). Non binary.

DEFENDERS
19 Alyssa Raven, 18 (5-foot-4, 115 pounds), left back. Niece of former Stars women's player Jenna Raven.
4 Cam Vargas, 18 (5-foot-8, 135 pounds), sweeper
22 Von Page, 18 (5-foot-7, 137 pounds), centre back. Gender non-conforming.
25 Ben DiSoto, 18 (5-foot-10, 168 pounds), right back. Rugged player. Page's best friend on the team and often sticks up for them.
13 Coy Bradlee, 18 (6-foot, 195 pounds), reserve halfback
17 Joy Oates, 17 (5-foot-9, 170 pounds), reserve fullback

MIDFIELDERS
14 Ty Frank, 18 (5-foot-8, 162 pounds), defensive midfielder
8 Coy Reynolds, 18 (5-foot-10, 170 pounds), left wing. Little brother of Brady Reynolds; plays more defensively than Brady does.
10 Sheila Carson, 18 (5-foot-10, 166 pounds), playmaking midfielder.
12 Johnny Danvers, 18 (5-foot-11, 172 pounds), right wing. Fastest player on the Baby Stars.
15 Timmy Durant, 18 (6-foot, 180 pounds), reserve winger. Primarily right wing, but can play left in an emergency.
20 Michael Johns, 18 (5-foot-11, 158 pounds), reserve playmaking midfielder
23 Carter Yancey, 18 (5-foot-10, 170 pounds), reserve jack-of-all-trades midfielder

FORWARDS
6 Ian Clarke 18 (6-foot-3, 205 pounds. Big, burly striker with surprising speed and agility. He takes over the righty corner kicks from the departed Kristine Lynam (aged out)
13 Tommy Marcus, 18 (6-foot-2, 188 pounds), Starts at withdrawn forward after Lynam departed following her 19th birthday. He takes the lefty corner kicks and some of the free kicks.
16 Larry Swann, 17 (5-foot-10, 160 pounds), has some skill, though not to the same extent as Lynam had.
24 Zane Sakata, 18 (6-foot-2, 200 pounds). He's the reserve striker and usually only gets sent on if the Baby Stars trail and need a goal late.
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Postby HUElavia » Wed Dec 08, 2021 5:39 pm

HUElavia National U18 Football Team




Squad:
Goalkeepers-
#1: Eva Petit
(17 Years Old) (1.82 m) (AS Singelles)
#12: Izabel Machado
(16 Years Old) (1.78 m) (SL Miras)
#23: Carlos Villa
(17 Years Old) (1.85 m) (FC Portimao)


Defenders-
#2: Mazzi Uzochukwu
(17 Years Old) (1.83 m) (CB) (SC Gikoji)
#3: Llanke Pillpe Amaru
(17 Years Old) (1.72 m) (CB) (Real Curumba CF)
#4: Gabriela Rosado
(16 Years Old) (1.67 m) (LB-RB) (FC Santiago)
#5: Bruno Cervino
(18 Years Old) (1.79 m) (RB-LB) (RCD Corona)
#12: Roman Victorovich
(17 Years Old) (1.76 m) (LB-RB) (Locomotiv Chetka)
#15: Jin Lian
(16 Years Old) (1.75 m) (CB) (Bagnano FC)
#16: Irna Valentinovna
(17 Years Old) (1.70 m) (RB-LB) (Dynamo Bolovets)
#18: Saif el-Taha
(18 Years Old) (1.81 m) (CB) (Al-Hamar)

Midfielders-
#6: Elena Bellerose
(16 Years Old) (1.70 m) (CM-AM) (Olympique de Lourdes)
#8: Samin Sulca Orccosupa
(17 Years Old) (1.66 m) (DM-CM) (FC Santos)
#10: Lucas Noffke
(18 Years Old) (1.82 m) (DM-CM-AM) (FC Bish)
#14: Feng Song
(16 Years Old) (1.78 m) (DM-CM) (Yeugsaiwai FC)
#19: Xiomarys Simangan-Bayona
(17 Years Old) (1.68 m) (DM-CM-AM) (San Franco CF)
#22: Emmanuel Theodores
(17 Years Old) (1.70 m) (CM-AM) (FC Ourao)


Attackers-
#7: Sayarumi Quichca Motocanchi
(16 Years Old) (1.60 m) (LW-RW) (FC Fronde)
#9: David Lehmbruck
(17 Years Old) (1.78 m) (CF-ST) (SL Rigente)
#11: Joana Caetano de Salles
(17 Years Old) (1.69 m) (RW-LW) (CD Valla)
#17: Tae-Hyun Yom
(18 Years Old) (1.77 m) (LW-RW) (FC Geongan)
#20: Samantha Quesada
(17 Years Old) (1.70 m) (ST-CF) (Inernational Curumba)
#21: Jakov Matas
(16 Years Old) (1.83 m) (RW-LW) (Dynamo Bolovets)

Head Coach:
Cristiano Aveiro Lima (46 Years Old)

Assistant Coaches:
Malena Gutierrez (30 Years Old), Makoto Fukui (31 Years Old)



Starting XI:
1 Petit
5 Cervino, 2 Uzochukwu, 3 Pillpe Amaru, 4 Rosado
6 Bellerose, 8 Sulca
10 Noffke
11 Caetano, 7 Quichca
9 Lehmbruck


Roles-
Captain: Caetano
Vice-Captain: Uzochukwu, Bellerose
Free-Kicks: Noffke, Quichca
Penalties: Lehmbruck, Caetano
Corners: Bellerose, Sulca


RP Permissions
Choose my goal scorers: Yes
Godmod scoring events: Yes
RP injuries to my players: Yes, but nothing severe
Godmod Injuries to my players: Yes, but nothing severe
Suspend my players: Yes, but be reasonable
Godmod suspension events: Yes, but be reasonable
Godmod other events: Yes
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DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF ABANHFLEFT
NATIONAL UNDER-18 ASSOCIATION FOOTBALL TEAM - MIXED


This is the fifteenth time that Abanhfleft will be participating in an international under-18 football competition. Surely this time it will finally happen, right? It should be, or else this truly is just the textbook definition of insanity: doing the same thing every time yet expecting a different outcome each and every single time.

BASIC INFORMATION
Name of nation: Democratic Republic of Abanhfleft
Demonym: Fleftic
Team colors: Blue, orange, and green
Style modifier: +2.5
Formation: 4-2-3-1 (This will be standard unless I change it through RPs)
Head coach: Levi Baak (62 y/o, Abanhfleft)

STARTERS (All players are members of their league team's youth squads unless noted otherwise in their bios)
GK: Celina YUN YOUNG-JA 18 y/o, Porcusces Tsunamis Women Image, female

RB: Fidel EVANGELISTA IV 18 y/o, All-Inclusive Haranguer Image, male

RCB: Vidar SOLHEIM 18 y/o, Uranium City Radiation Image, male

LCB: Christel AVELAR 18 y/o, Riuwiee United Women Image, female

LB: Kevon RILLO 17 y/o, Nou Constantinopoli Image, male

RM: Ignacio VIRAY 17 y/o, Real Mikkaleth Image, male

LM: Theo MONTENEGRO 18 y/o, Kimmirut Panhandle Image, male

RW: Mary Jane HARRINGTON 18 y/o, Rosenpfelblatz City Women Image, female

CAM: Finn TORTAL 18 y/o, Oxyrhynchus United Image (Fhulghamous Peninsula), male

LW: Sacit KÖZALMAZ 18 y/o, Sarvusdalamoive Image, male

ST: Deshaun MENCION 18 y/o, West Releinthi City Image, male

RESERVES
GK: Giancarlo SALZANO
18 y/o, Athletic Dorfdifving Image, male

GK: Mattias ARUSTE 18 y/o, Kimmirut Panhandle Image, male

DEF: Dawn WHEELER 16 y/o, All-Inclusive Haranguer Image, female

DEF: Chris BELLINGHAM 18 y/o, Arsenal de Releinthi Image, male

DEF: Sara BRYANT 15 y/o, Arsenal de Releinthi Women Image, female

MID: Iraklis BABALIOUTAS 17 y/o, Nou Philippopolis Image (Fhulghamous Peninsula), male

MID: Kim CLARK 16 y/o, Tentenaraya Rovers Women Image, female

MID: Opal OWENS 15 y/o, Tentenaraya Rovers Women Image, female

MID: Sven FAHRNI 17 y/o, Airbus Fhulghamous Besanza Image (Fhulghamous Peninsula), male

FW: Jameson DULAY 18 y/o, Wanda Island Wanderers Image, male

FW: Sebastian WILCZKOWSKI 18 y/o, Wanda Island Wanderers Image, male

FW: Roberto CARLOS LADO 18 y/o, Nuevo Guadix CF Image (Fhulghamous Peninsula), male

KITS (by Adidulas)
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RECORDS (extra-time wins or losses are counted as such, penalty shootouts are counted as draws)
Overall win-loss record: 42-9-26
SWC 1: 5-1-1 (runners-up, beaten by Semarland in final 5-2)
SWC 2: 6-0-1 (runners-up, beaten by Anglatia in final 1-0)
SWC 3: 5-1-1 (runners-up, beaten by Anglatia in final 4-3)
SWC 4: 4-0-1 (eliminated in quarterfinals by Mercedini 3-1)
SWC 5: 4-1-2 (runners-up, beaten by Baker Park in final 5-2)
SWC 6: 1-0-2 (eliminated in the group stage)
SWC 7: 3-0-2 (eliminated in quarterfinals by Starblaydia 2-1)
SWC 8: 1-1-1 (eliminated in the group stage)
SWC 9: 2-0-2 (eliminated in Round of 16 by Terre Septentrionale 1-0 AET)
SWC 10: 1-0-2 (eliminated in the group stage)
SWC 11: 1-2-3 (eliminated in the group stage)
SWC 12: 5-2-3 (third place winners, beating HUElavia 2-1 AET)
SWC 13: 2-0-2 (eliminated in the group stage)
SWC 14: 2-1-3 (eliminated in the group stage)
SWC 15: ?????

RP PERMISSIONS
Choose my goalscorers: Yes
Godmod scoring events: Yes
RP injuries to my players: Yes, but I decide the severity and length of time out
Godmod injuries to my players: No
Hand out yellow cards to my players: Yes (maximum of 6 per game)
Hand out red cards to my players: Yes, but only 1 per 2 games
Godmod other events: Contact me via TG or Discord first before proceeding
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Postby Zeta Reka and Hugeltaldom » Thu Dec 09, 2021 12:40 am

National Football Team of Zeta Reka and Hügeltaldom
Fudbalska reprezentacija Zeta Reka i Hugeltaldom do 18 godine/Rekadom-hügeltaldom Fussballnationalmannschaft (U-18-Junioren)
RTC U18 World Cup 15
Team Information

Roster
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Num/Name                     Pos     Age[*] Ht.       Club[*]
01 Max Dunst GK 18 2.02m DD Porto Nowi Jrs

12 Berto Klinker GK 17 1.73m Gauners FK (loaned from Youth Club Stassengrade)
23 Antonio Bačić GK 18 1.82m VZRH Matov-Uri U-18
02 Benno “Fleischer” Rüde CB 18 1.76m VZRH Matov-Uri
03 Iwi Šasawić CB 18 1.82m Ogroven Omladina
04 Bart “B.M” Milosawljewić CB 18 1.74m FKP Ottowić Okrug

13 Slobomir Wladmirowić C/LB 18 1.65m DD Porto Nowi Jrs/U-18
14 Belarbi Bartowić CB 16 1.98m DD Porto Nowi U-18/U-16
15 Djoko Josipić CB/DM 17 1.72m Aleiusia Capital U-18
05 Iwan Wuk Lukawić LB 18 1.60m Aleiusia Capital U-18

16 Mark Wieck LB 18 1.74m Klub 20
06 Erik Goff (c) RB/FW 18 1.73m Politethnika

17 Septembar Drpić RR/CB 18 1.73m DD Porto Nowi Jrs
07 Želmiro Djordjewić DM 17 1.71m AK Stanimir

19 Marko Zoranić D/CM 17 1.57m Sanford Der Breg PREMIER FK
08 Zdrawko Markowić CM 18 1.62m Ogroven Omladina
10 Šime Margetić-Šišić CM 18 1.66m Ogroven Vanguardi FK

18 Sulaiman Danić CM 18 1.70m Aleiusia Capital Jrs
21 Petar Radmanowić CM 17 1.63m Djurowac Athletik (loaned from AK Stanimir)
09 Stjepan Vlaović FW 18 1.71m FKP Matov-Uri
11 Wlad Stojanowić FW 18 1.81m FK Ovrâd (loaned from Aleiusia Capital)

20 Waltor Koschnick FW/AM 16 1.60m KWW (loaned from DD Porto Nowi)
22 Tomi Djokowić FW 18 1.76m Ruzhan Stassengrade
[*]As of transfer window 33
Staff
Head Coach: Ralfie Fischer (age 50)
Assistant: Mato Julisić (age 40)
GK Coach: Camilla Muller (age 45)
Trainer: Andrijana Protić (age 52)

Formation
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Tactics
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On Ball
  • Pass short
  • Limit time wasting
  • Avoid dribbles
  • Play from defense
  • Play wide
  • Focus on flanks
  • Distribute to wide center backs
Off Ball
  • Stay solid
  • Defend the center
  • Get stuck in
  • Counter directly
Set piece depth chart
  • Free Kicks: Vlaović, Margetić-Šišić, Djordjewić
  • Corners: Margetić-Šišić (L), Zoranić (R/L), Goff (R)
  • Penalties: Vlaović, Margetić-Šišić, Goff, Lukawić, Stojanowić, Djordjewić, Markowić, Rüde, Milosawljewić, Šasawić, Dunst

After an action packed RTC U-18 world cup, the national team at a youth level has shifted. Topli-Potok-Wlaktowac Okrug head coach Ralfie Fischer moved his senior side back into long shot contention for the top flight after other pressured managers faltered. Fischer is a known counter attacking manager in the lower levels of the Rekan game, but it is not someone who manages risk free. The youth team's system has a counter attacking edge and is somewhat defensive. The formation and tactics are mostly in line with the vision of the current senior national team coach Lu Jialan. One key difference is a limitation of asymmetric play. Neither forward is a low lying forward, though Stojanowić will clearly be a target.

Stojanowić isn't the only notable player. Stjepan Vlaović had a strong run of form the second tier of Rekan football. Margetić-Šišić is a rising star for Vanguardi and a solid creator with bursts of youthful energy. Erik Goff, team captain, is a multifaceted talent with some captaining at the youth level. Benno “Fleischer” Rüde is the center back to watch, already fighting for starts at an IFCF qualified club. The nickname is no joke, as Fleischer's challenges have gotten cards at times. Having an ultra tall youth goalie doesn't hurt either, though a lot of goals whizzed past Max Dunst last time.
Kits
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With some controversy, a bid by Senior NT kit provider Početak: 19.11 was rejected and former NT kit maker Čast was given a new contract for the Women's and Youth teams. Početak: 19.11, owned by people connected to the Preobrazhensky family fortune, which funds the Preo Team football club, had its offices raided. The investigation into Početak’s status as a money laundering front has also implicated a former vice president of the Football Federation, Jurgen Caffier, who was reportedly interrogated according to leaks published by RekanSport. In more fashion related terms, Čast made kits adapted from an Olympic event years ago, using newer fibers developed by Zeta Reka’s largest sportswear manufacturer.
OOC
Style Modifier: -1.833
Opponents, if they RP first may…
Choose Scorers: Y
Godmod Scoring Events: Y
Award Cards: Y
RP Injuries to my Players: Y (I can handle severity, but you can remove someone from/before a game)
Godmod Injuries to my Players: Y (see above)
Godmod Other Events: Y

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The 14 Stars
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Postby The 14 Stars » Thu Dec 09, 2021 3:54 am

The Starsian Juniors Team, ''The Young Storm Wolves''

Team Management
Coach: Horus Mordov (61 years)
Assistant Coach: Troy Rockwell (37 years)
Coach Attack: Rose Daley (33 years)
Coach Defense: Gordon Borov (48 years)
Coach Goalkeepers: Dave Carlsson (38 years)

Team Medic: Belinda Strazzo (27 years)
Physio: Rowan Carrick (39 years)
Scout: Julian Saturn (37 years)

The team

Goalkeepers
GK - Daniel O'keith (18) Amazona United Youth
GK - Nicolas Valverde (16) Red Bison Youth
GK - Niah Jennings (16) Port Vale Youth

Defenders
LB - Maddie Saturn (17) Universal FC
LB - Jake Hessington (16) Port Vale Youth
LB - Lisa Ortega (17) Red Bison Youth
CB - Daniel Burnham (18) Amazona United
CB - Vitaly Akirov (16) Blizzard Youth
CB - Ali Mostafa (17) Desert Lions Youth
CB - Jordan Glendyss (16) Port Vale Youth
CB - Grace Kayden (16) Greenville Youth
CB - Brenda Demora (18) Orion Youth
RB - Samir Arash (17) Desert Lions Youth
RB - Nelly Berishan (17) Phoenix United Youth
RB - Stephanie Delarosa (17) Mount Olympus Youth

Midfielders
LM - Effrael Sanchez (16) Phoenix United Youth
LM - Louise Vendetta (16) Omega Youth
LM - Numidiya Malice (16) Haunted FC Youth
CM - Joy Sol (18) Mirage United
CM - Athena Love (17) Overseas
CM - Christian Kurz (18) Phoenix United Youth
RM - Diego Ortega (17) Phoenix United Youth
RM - David Hunt (17) Amazona United Youth
RM - Layla Raharinaivo (18) Orion Youth

Strikers
LW - Clara Beor (17) Overseas
LW - Ilona Frey (18) Phoenix United Youth
LW - Viper Von Liseburg (17) Orion Youth
ST - Jessica Nolan (18) Almighty Faith
ST - Alain Germain (17) Black Rose Youth
ST - Horus Houdini (16) Mirage United Youth
RW - Victoria Tolisso (18) Red Bison Youth
RW - Rasmus Berg (18) Omega Youth
RW - Karina Crow (18) Haunted FC Youth

Team Information

Player Noted here below are regular starters, if under any cirucumstances they can't play any name can be filled in as long as its the same postion as the player who is missing.
If you are unsure on what to do you can always TG me.
Standard Line-up: (expected starters) if there is any diffrence in the line up i will let you know beforehand either through DM on discord or by TG on Nationstates.

GK - Daniel O'keith
LB - Maddie Saturn (Vice-Captain)
CB - Daniel Burnham
CB - Brenda Demora
RB - Stephanie Delarosa
LM - Louise Vendetta
CM - Athena Love (Captain)
RM - Diego Ortega
LW - Clara Beor
ST - Jessica Nolan
RW - Karina Crow

Tactical Set-Up

The young Starsian side is a very skilled team with a very high team chemistry and morale combining it with their quick paced game they are an opponent for all teams to watch out for.
They play in a 4-3-3 which through the match can be changed to various other formations suiting the game that they play however they are an offensive team loving to have possesion of the ball.
This Starsian side is known to play great but very fair soccer respecting every opponent and with their disciplined training they are most likely to make the game rather then reacting to their opponents.


Left Corner Taker: Diego Ortega
Right Corner Taker: Maddie Saturn
Penalties: Jessica Nolan
Direct FK Taker: Athena Love
Indirect FK Taker: Athena Love
Most likely to foul/be booked: Daniel Burnham
Most likely to shoot: Jessica Nolan
Most likely to score from close-range: Jessica Nolan
Most likely to score from long-range: Louise Vendetta
Most likely to be fouled: Clara Beor
Most likely to attempt the spectacular: Clara Beor

Star players

Maddie Saturn
As the Daughter of team-scout Julian Saturn there is quite a high expectation of this young female, she is a strong left back and also the ace defender of this team.
Her physical strenght may be not as huge as her counterparts but her technical skill and great endurance make up for that giving her opponents often a good run for their money.
Her style is very technical, she loves team plays and wants to bring the team to a whole new level yet at the same time she at times loses eye for her own success too.


Athena Love
The sister of NT player christiana love has been chosen as the captain, compared to her sister she is a more social and energetic personality with a strong mindset and willing to learn.
Also she is a very hard worker unlike her sister by keeping the team's morale high and being a true leader on the field with skill in both offense and defense making her a vert strong player in all sides.
Her style is based on her incredible speed that she uses to get past her opponents while supplying the attack with creative plays and chances to score and on the other hand also assisting the defence when needed.
She is without a doubt the biggest star in this team and one of the very few Starsian to play abroad in the country of Baker Park where she develops her skill rapidly.


Clara Beor
This player is a shy but very tricky and quick girl that has without a doubt the strongest individual skill even surpassing her own captain on individual game here.
However due to that incredible gift she often gets marked very well or fouled easily which is where she often is used more as bait to get a free kick or a penalty then scoring with her own individual plays.
This does not mean she is a bad player, she covers the entire wing and rivals the speed of her captain making her very dangerous from the side by cutting the ball inside often to give great assists, some also call her the silent power of this team which is a title she wears with pride.

Jessica Nolan
Another female striker on the Starsian fields, this young woman already plays in our domestic league and scored some good goals this season for her team Almighty Faith.
Jessica is deadly from close range with her controlled and accurate shots which a lot of goalkeepers that played against her have tremendously underestimated during their matches.
Lastly it also is so that she is very with her passing which she often uses to set up alot of her own scoring chances using her wingers to help her with the final assists after which she can score many goals for her team, although experts predict that Jessica will have a hard time competing with the bigger names so this opportunity will be very important for her to show herself as a candidate for the national team soon.

Permissions

My opponent, if they RP first, may do the following:
Choose My Scorers: Yes
Choose Scoring Events: Yes
Godmod Scoring Events: Yes
RP Injuries to my Players: Yes (notify me before you do)
Godmod Injuries to my Players: no
Godmod Other Events: Yes (but no killing/harm/extreme bullshit unless you you have my approval use a bit of common sense)

Style Modifier: +2



OOC - Due to technical issues my KITS and STADIUM pictures are not available please follow this link to see them.

https://www.nationstates.net/page=dispatch/id=1626832

The 14 Stars:

Jenna Raven Cup II - Round of 16

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Postby United Adaikes » Thu Dec 09, 2021 11:13 pm

For youth international tournaments just like the RTC Under-18, the United Adaikes Football Association (UAFA) sends a mixed team of footballers from the Adaikes Premier Football (APF) league system and the UAAUA Football. The only difference for these players is that when a player decides to play for the APF, it loses its right to play in UAAUA Football, especially when a player returns to the university to finish their baccalaureate degree. A player in the APF below 19 years old is also ineligible to sign contracts but can still receive monetarily, and other rewards deemed fit by the club.

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Head Coach	Vianne Ventura		F	47	Wrarnerbadshot Watchers		
Asst Head Coach Dionisio Kidd M 38 Mountain Oak Pumas*
Asst Coach Jodie Parrish F 39 Perthdoches Hyenas
Chanel Roy F 40 North Shil Silent Vipers
Walt Michael M 39 Laguna Bay Grand*
GK Coach Sosimo Hamilton M 47 Laguna Bay Grand*
Position Name Sex Age Team Nr Remarks
GK Moncho Nigel M 18 Laguna Bay Grand* 1
DF Madalyn Abarca F 16 Laguna Bay Grand* 2
DF Mimi Yoxall F 18 Perthdoches Hyena 3 Vice-captain
DF Arin Scriven F 17 Mountain Oak Pumas* 4
DF Nayara Madison F 17 Laguna Bay Grand* 5
MF Fabricio Webster M 17 Steskia Kings 6
MF Dave Ridge M 17 East Fairdesshields Eagles 7
MF Raphael Fenn M 18 Bridlo Riddles 8
MF Christi Lamb F 17 Laguna Bay Grand* 9
FW Aaron Perry M 17 Fort Bloom Crocodiles 10 Captain
FW Everlee Small F 18 Golden Sierra Griffins* 11
GK Howie Devin M 17 Seacoast Pit Bulls* 12
FW Shantel Magro F 17 Perthdoches Hyenas 19
DF Emmie Spearing F 17 Mountain Oak Pumas* 15
MF Tito Elmer M 16 Gasple Dynamic 17
DF Peggy Hunt F 16 Wrarnerbadshot Watchers 14
FW Sidony Cole F 16 Laguna Bay Grand* 20
DF Hattie Tipton F 16 Bridlo Riddles 13
MF Evelyn Symons F 15 Wrarnerbadshot Watchers 16
FW Everard Tyrell M 17 Seacoast Pit Bulls* 21
MF Liv Torres F 18 East Fairdesshields Eagles 18
FW Kiefer Peyton M 15 Seacoast Pit Bulls* 22
GK Rocio Pantoja F 16 Wrarnerbadshot Watchers 23
*UAAUA member university

Style Modifier: +1.7

RP Permissions:
If my opponent RPs our match first, they may:
Choose my scorers: Yes.
RP injuries to my players: TG me here in NS/DM me in Discord first.
Suspend my players: TG me here in NS/DM me in Discord first.
Godmod scoring events: No.
Godmod injuries to my players: No.
Godmod suspension events: No.
Godmod other events: Yes, but TG me here in NS/DM me in Discord first.

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Postby The Cordian Isles » Fri Dec 10, 2021 3:02 am

CORDIAN NATIONAL U18s

THE JR. NORTH STARS


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It'll be another international tournament for Cordian football, and it could be a very interesting tournament for those wanting to witness the future of the Cordian national team, with some very skilled players and potential stars on the team, not to mention plenty of future CIFA players. Most of these players are on domestic U19 club teams participating in the YCFA. Of these, Lakeside U19 is dominant, winning the league by 19 points, and consequentially they are well-represented here.

STAFF
Manager | Einar Hult | 46 |
Asst. Manager | Clara Tracy | 40 |
Video Coach | Nikki Deering | 47 |
Team Doctor | Matteus Stanton | 53 |


STARTERS
GK | Rigmor Johnson | Mountaineers U19 | 16 |
LB | Bill Bristol | Lakeside U19 | 18 |
LCB | Katrina Heath | White River Combined U19 | 16 |
RCB | Janne Norris | Jutland Combined U19 | 17 |
RB | Ida Everill | Fjords Combined U19 | 17 |
LM | Augusta Stack | Kersson College | 18 | Vice-Captain
LCM | Bernhard Belmont | Skalton U19 | 16 |
RCM | Hazel Sudworth | Mountaineers U19 | 17 |
RM | Loren Ford | Danvirk U19 | 16 |
S | Emilia Larsson | Lakeside U19 | 17 |
S | Kristina Carver | Lakeside U19 | 17 | Captain


SUBSTITUTES
GK | Bella Rogers | Lakeside U19 | 17 |
LB | Erik Eriksen | South Bay U19 | 17 |
LCB | Krista Madison | Icewatch U19 | 18 |
RCB | Weston Shine | Vik Combined U19 | 17 |
RB | Snorre Morison | University of Jutland | 18 |
LM | Olle Devin | Meadow Ridge Combined U19 | 16 |
LCM | Brande Kitchen | Fjords Combined U19 | 16 |
RCM | Marit Isaacson | South Bay U19 | 18 |
RM | Jeffery Ivers | West Cordia College | 18 |
S | Aira Leonard | Brenville U19 | 17 |
S | Maggie Bishop | Skalton U19 | 17 |


Players to Watch:
The striker pairing of Kristina Carver and Emilia Larsson is deadly, as many teams found out to their detriment in the YCFA. The two just have some sort of synergy and always seem to be in the right place at the right time to catch a pass in an open area.

Rigmor Johnson is an exceptional keeper who always seems to be in the right place to make the first save. At only sixteen, he's got plenty of room left to grow as a player, which is a bit of a scary thought, especially for those strikers who will end up facing him.

Janne Norris is a shutdown back who excels at winning headers and 50/50 balls with a lot of speed and a bit of a physical touch.

RP Permissions
Choose my scorers: Y
Choose my scoring events: Y
Godmod scoring events: Y
RP injuries to my players: Y, but I decide severity
Godmod Injuries to my players: N
Give Yellow Cards to my players: Y
Give Red Cards to my players: Y, up to once per match.
Godmod other events: Y, but TG me first.
Style Modifier(-5 to +5): 0

Suggestions
Top Scorers: Larsson, Carver
Most Physical: Norris, Stack
Set Piece Takers: Ford, Sudworth
Formation: 4-4-2
Last edited by The Cordian Isles on Fri Dec 10, 2021 3:03 am, edited 2 times in total.
Ro16: WLC 38
QFs: BoF 77, WCoH 44
SFs: Mike Sarzo Memorial Trophy

Referred to either as the Cordian Isles or Cordia depending on a complex mathematical formula for confusion which sounds better.
THE CORDIAN ISLES ARE COLD.

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Postby Sharktail » Fri Dec 10, 2021 4:40 am

Sharktail U18 RTC 15 Roster

Manager: Max Zahari			
Sharktail HoYD: LuisPhilip
Tactic: 4 - 2 - 3 - 1
Style: +2
Captain: Syukran Suhairi
Vice Captain: Nik Faizin
Penalty Kick: Wan Zafuan
Free Kick:
S:Nik Faizin / L: Hakimi Erfan
Corner:
L: Syukran / R: Faizin



No. Name Age Pos
GK
1 Megat Naqib 17 GK
12 Izran Omar 18 GK
22 Izzat Qhairi 17 GK

2 Syukran Suhairi 18 LB
13 Fandi Gazali 18 LB
3 Borhan Ismir 17 CB
4 Zikri Rusdi 18 CB
14 Taufiq Kamal 16 CB
15 Hanif Mustafa 17 CB
5 Afiq Azman 17 RB
16 Asyraf Safii 18 RB

6 Hakimi Erfan 18 CM
7 Aqil Hamidi 18 CM
17 Fattah Razlan 17 CM
18 Tuan Ezrul 18 CM/AM
8 Nik Faizin 16 LW
9 Syah Badrul 18 AM/W
19 Nazarudin Yusuf 17 AM
11 Fikri Noor 16 W
20 Matlan Mamat 17 W

10 Wan Zafuan 17 ST
21 Azmer Fiqri 18 ST
23 Tajul Saari 18 ST/W


1st kit: Blue with white shirt
2nd kit: White with blue shirt.
GK kit: Black
2nd GK Kit: Grey

RP Permissions - I will allow the person who RPs my match before I can to:
Choose my goalscorers - Yes
Godmod scoring events - Go on
RP injuries to my players - Yes, but not will miss all match.
Godmod injuries to my players - Yes, no career ending,
Hand out yellow cards to my players - Yes
Hand out red cards to my players - Yes,
Godmod other events - No
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Postby Tumbra » Sat Dec 11, 2021 11:07 am

THE TUMBRAN NATIONAL FOOTBALL TEAM (U18 side)
The Black Egrets


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IMPORTANT OOC NOTE: For all intents and purposes, this Tumbra that began contesting in WCQ87 is an entirely new nation. They have no recollection of their earlier exploits from WC70-80, because that simply didn't exist for this Tumbra. Any and all similarities to the nation of the similar name can and should be construed as glitches in the Multiverse. You may, however, make muted references to "having done this before" or something. For a detailed explanation of how this came to be, read these RPs.

Record in U18 World Cups
RTC U18 World Cup 13: 6-1-1, 14GF, 14GA, Champions
RTC U18 World Cup 14: 5-3-1, 23GF, 7GA, Third
RTC U18 World Cup 15: ?-?-?


Four years on from winning the Under-18 World Cup, the trophy once again arrives in Tumbra; but this time, as hosts of the tournament. Manager Toby Barton has done his scouting, his due dilligence in research and has come up with twenty-three names that he thinks are able to bring home the Under-18 World Cup. They are all free agents; they have not signed any professional contracts yet, even if they are currently training at clubs all over Tumbra. Each of them have their own stories to tell; each of them are looking forward to carving out their own story. And for some of them, this is where it begins. They look at the stories of Trudy Harrison and the Nine, of Stephen Kerr and his move to Chromatik, to the Woodhouse siblings being signed by Wirr Tsi.

Twenty-three names. Twelve girls, eleven boys; by the end of this tournament hopefully they'll come out as women and men. They'll have to; unlike last time out in Xanneria and in the one before that in Zeta Reka, there are expectant eyes watching. Not just in Tumbra, but from all over the world as people watch and see if the rumours of a Tumbran Golden Generation are true. Expectations are high, but manager Toby Barton, as usual, has told the kids to go out, have some fun, and see where their careers bring them.

Style Modifier: +1

Coaching Staff
Pos Staff Member Gender Age Prev.Club
Manager Toby Barton Male 43 Hesham FC
Asst. Manager Zachary Syles Male 38 Kirkby Railwaymen
Coach (Atk) Lucille Creighton Female 47 Lakewood City (F)
Coach (Def) Stephanie Staunton Female 43 Lakewood City (F)
Coach (GK) Phil Gretton Male 63 Collett Park United
Head Physio Gordon Wilson Male 70 --
Physio Victoria Ponsoby Female 57 --
Scout Jon Zelmerlow Male 51 Caldecott 93


It'll be head physio Gordon Wilson's last tournament. For the rest, however, Barton has kept his coaching squad remarkably stable, saying that "if it isn't broken, why fix it?"

The Roster

Goalkeepers
No Pos Player Sex Age Caps Goals (Current Estimated) Potential

1 GK Rose Robinson F 17 0 0 ★★★★★★★★
12 GK Jack Bishop M 17 0 0 ★★★★
19 GK Colin Kirby M 18 0 0 ★★★★★

Defenders
No Pos Player Sex Age Caps Goals (Current Estimated) Potential

2 LB Scott Evans M 17 0 0 ★★★★★★★
18 LB Christopher Morgan M 18 0 0 ★★★★★

4 CB Yvonne Lawson F 17 0 0 ★★★★★★
5 CB Christine Whitfield F 18 0 0 ★★★★★★★★
14 CB Duncan Freeman M 17 0 0 ★★★★
20 CB Jack Denham M 18 0 0 ★★★★★

3 RB Nicole Fisher F 18 0 0 ★★★★★★★
13 RB Jennifer Murray F 17 0 0 ★★★★

Midfielders
No Pos Player Sex Age Caps Goals (Current Estimated) Potential

6 CDM Henry Morgan M 18 0 0 ★★★★★★★★★
8 CM Wendy Thomas F 17 0 0 ★★★★★★
10 CM Petra Hall F 18 0 0 ★★★★★★★
15 CAM Ron Stark M 18 0 0 ★★★★★★★★★★
16 CM Hazel Hills F 17 0 0 ★★★★★
23 CDM Hanah Harwood F 18 0 0 ★★★★★★★

Wingers
No Pos Player Sex Age Caps Goals (Current Estimated) Potential

7 LW Michelle Ferris F 18 0 0 ★★★★★★
17 LW Paul Tucker M 17 0 0 ★★★★

9 RW Audrey Pearson F 17 0 0 ★★★★★★★★★★
21 RW Penny Wilson F 18 0 0 ★★★★★

Strikers
No Pos Player Sex Age Caps Goals (Current Estimated) Potential

11 ST Charlie Ross M 18 0 0 ★★★★★★★
22 ST Duncan Hall M 17 0 0 ★★★★★★


Players from 1-11 can safely be assumed to be starters, but pre-match XIs will be posted before every cutoff. Please check my RPs for pre-match lineups. If none are posted, feel free to pick and choose from this side.

Tumbra will name eleven starters and twelve names on the bench, with up to three substitutes. In the unlikely event that they make it to extra time, a fourth substitute will be taken. Tumbra will not play for penalties and will try as often as possible to finish a match in ninety or a hundred and twenty minutes.


The Players

tbc

Kits, courtesy of Kirola of Audioslavia

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Tactical Set-Up

4-2-3-1.

RP Permissions

My opponent, if they RP first, may do the following:
Choose my goalscorers: Yes
Godmod scoring events: No.
RP injuries to my players: Yes. Maximum of 2 per match. I will decide length.
Godmod injuries to my players: No.
Hand out yellow cards to my players: Yes. Maximum of 3. Any more must be matched.
Hand out red cards to my players: Yes*. Maximum of 1. Any more must be matched.
Godmod other events: No.

Do not use pictures of RL players and claim they are my players.

COVID-19 does not exist in Tumbra.

*As a general rule, just let me know before doing something egregious. Don't know what egregious means, or unsure that what you want to do breaks
this line? Telegram me or message me on Discord. I'm on the NSS server.


TEAM RECORDS
Number of Players to have earned at least 1 Cap: 45
Most Caps: Natalie Coleman (9)
Most Goals: Charlotte Henshaw (6)
THE FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF TUMBRA
Tumbra - a sprawling, modern federal democratic republic located in Esportiva. Strong economy, strong civil rights, strong freedoms.
Population: 114 million | TLA: TMB | Capital City: Straton | Largest City: Couno
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President: James D. Clark (Green/Independent) | Prime Minister: Michael Kirkland (Labour)
U-18 World Cup 13 Champions/Di Bradini Cup 51 Champions

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StrayaRoos U18WC Squad (WIP)

Postby StrayaRoos » Sat Dec 11, 2021 3:37 pm

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Volleyball:19th
Test Cricket:28th
Football:135th!
Baseball:39th!
Hockey:TBC
Handball:38th
Basketball:52nd
Lacrosse:TBC
Rugby (Union):41st
Rugby (League):TBC

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Postby Estorvipa and Estorpiva » Sun Dec 12, 2021 12:15 am

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THE FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF ESTORVIPA AND ESTORPIVA
MEN'S NATIONAL UNDER-18 FOOTBALL TEAM


The Federal Republic of Estorvipa and Estorpiva is a federal union between two states, the Federation of Estorvipa and the Republic of Estorpiva, created on 22 November 2019 after the two states agreed to unite together and present a combined front against the other rebel sides in the Estorian Civil War. The Federal Republic is backed by the Democratic People's Republic of the United Socialist States of Pridnestrovia (or just Pridnestrovia for short), which was an ally of the old Estorvipan People's Republic before it collapsed into numerous competing factions and states, and Pridnestrovia decided that the Federal Republic was the most stable nation-state that they could support in this war. But despite being backed by a "socialist" nation and adopting some socialist imagery, the Federal Republic is a democratic republic with free and fair elections for the 27 million people under its governance, and its ultimate aim is to reunite the Vipan and Pivan lands peacefully, but if the Federal Republic must use force to restore peace and order in the land then it will certainly do so.

BASIC INFORMATION
Name of nation: Federal Republic of Estorvipa and Estorpiva
Demonym: Estorian
Team colors: Yellow. blue, and red
Style modifier: -1.50
Formation: 4-3-3
Head coach: Codruţ Bochinsky (48 y/o, Estorvipa and Estorpiva)

STARTERS
GK: Gleb PAROV 18 y/o, FK Traktor St. Paulsburg
An excellent keeper for his age and has loads of pace which allows him to charge out of his box to intimidate opposing strikers, but has poor stamina which means that he might start sticking around his area as the game goes on.

RB: Arandjel ANDJELKIĆ 17 y/o, FK Traktor St. Paulsburg
An average defender by most if not all metrics, but makes up for it by his excellent pace, allowing him to close down his side of the pitch by chasing after anyone trying to go down his flank. Also gets easily tired so could be a liability later into games.

RCB: Luka URŠIĆ 18 y/o, FC Foc Feuerstadt
Here's a solid defender who's an aerial threat both in defense and attack. An absolute asset in the air who can defend from an opponent's corner kick and then head the ball once it's time for Estorvipa and Estorpiva to take a corner of their own. Will start the Under-18 World Cup in place of Fedot Bogomolov due to the latter getting a stomach bug upon arrival in Tumbra.

LCB: Bogdan CHIŢULESCU 18 y/o, FC Cavaleri Urodorasul
Solid defender with good technique and average passing skills, meaning that he can shut down opposing chances before they get too dangerous and both dance and pass his way out of danger. Better suited for building out of the back rather than punting it forward to the forwards.

LB: Ruslan ESAULOV 18 y/o, FK Spartak Rybolovlev
Another average defender but has solid pace and adequate technique and passing skills. Sometimes he might go forward to assist the wingers and forwards, leaving his flank exposed for the opposition to exploit, but he does have the pace to burn to make up for it sometimes.

RM: Maxym TARAN 17 y/o, FK Chornyy Volodymyrovka
His passing and defending are his best skills, meaning that his main job is to protect his side of the pitch and move the ball forward if it comes to him. Sometimes he will take a pot shot at goal if he has the chance and the space, but don't expect him to score many screamers or bangers or golazos or whatever.

CM: Alex Claudiu GAVRILĂ 18, FK Spartak Rybolovlev
There's a reason why he was placed in the center of the pitch for this team, and that is because he is good both defensively and going forward. He has both the sharp eyes to find the assist or key pass to the forwards and the strength to stop almost anybody from getting past him, but can't score a penalty or a tap-in to save his life.

LM: Ashot RAZINSKIJ 18 y/o, CSK Armiya Supskij
The jack-of-all-trades had been placed on the left side because of his wicked good left foot. With that left foot he could pick out any player he wanted, dribble his way out of trouble, or even nick the ball off of anyone trying to get through to the Estorian goal on the left side, and even score the occasional goal.

RW: Arkadiy BORISENKO 18 y/o, FK Spartak Rybolovlev
He can swing in the ball from almost anywhere on the pitch, but he prefers sticking to the right wing because he prefers his right foot to do the work for him. Despite having a wicked good right peg in him, he never seems to be able to get a goal for whatever reason. Not for lack of trying, but no matter what he does, the ball just wouldn't go into the back of the net when he hits it.

CF: Petru-Iustin UDEANU 18 y/o, FK Dinamo Durdenville
An average striker whose main job is to just be there to receive the ball and shoot at goal when it gets passed to him. He can dribble his way out of trouble if need be, but if he needs to spend more than a few seconds thinking about where to shoot then it's a guaranteed miss or save from the keeper once he finally pulls the trigger.

LW: Gheorgiţă VĂRZARU 17 y/o, FK Traktor St. Paulsburg
He can run across the pitch as quick as you like, can cross and Inshallah all day long and even score some goals. His only problem is that he can't do it across ninety minutes since his stamina is all but hopeless.

RESERVES
GK: Zarko IORDANOV 17 y/o, FK Traktor St. Paulsburg
Another sweeper keeper with bags of pace to burn. The only reason why he's on the bench as opposed to starting is that compared to Gleb Parov, he is only a good keeper as opposed to Parov's excellence.

GK: Kiril PARISHEV 17 y/o, FK Mamai Ihorovtsi
Talk about a literal bench warmer. He's only here to fulfill three three goalkeeper minimum quota, and as far as young Estorian sweeper keepers go, he's downright average. He's literally a warm body in a seat, a passenger in this team.

DF: Puiu DASCĂLU 18 y/o, FC Foc Feuerstadt
He's similar in almost all aspects to Arandjel Andjelkic except for one thing, which makes him an almost no-brainer substitution in the back line if Andjelkic needs to go off. The one thing keeping him on the bench is his lack of pace, but it shouldn't matter if he's coming in to go up against wingers with tired legs.

DF: Fedot BOGOMOLOV 16 y/o, FK Spartak Rybolovlev
Nobody knows how or why he was able to make it into this team despite his not being a player of note, but rumors are that his father, the Minister of Sport for the Federal Republic, had something to do with his inclusion not just in the final 23 but also the starting eleven. But however he got into this team, he won't be able to start due to getting a stomach virus upon arriving in Tumbra.

DF: Vadym KONSHIN 17 y/o, FK Chornyy Volodymyrovka
An average all-rounder defender who can tackle the ball or head it away but doesn't really stand out in any other way apart from those. He can pass the ball and dribble his way out of trouble, but like everything else about him, they're all par for the course for a defender such as him.

DF: Ilia BAGNYUK 18 y/o, FK Velikiy Varadino
Another pseudo-wingback in the roster whose main assets are the ability to go forward and assist the wingers and forwards in attacking the opponents' goal and the speed to get back to the defensive line and protect his side of the pitch. But like many other bench players in this team, the only thing keeping him out of the starting eleven is his poor stamina.

MF: Marcian ROGOVEANU 17 y/o, FC Foc Feuerstadt
He can pass, and he can sometimes put the ball on target and score the very occasional goal sometimes, maybe once in a thousand attempts, but his defensive sense is so tragic that even a stone column could get past him if it wanted. He is quick-footed though, and may be an asset to a team looking to chase a goal. Maybe.

MF: Serafim ARSHINKOV 18 y/o, FK Chornyy Volodymyrovka
He can pass, he can assist, he can dribble, he can maybe take the occasional shot at goal. The only thing keeping him on the bench is the fact that for a central midfielder, his defending seems to be poor, poorer than the other available midfielders on this team. Still, once again he could be a good option for a team chasing after a goal or two.

MF: Vsevolod SKISH 18 y/o, CSK Armiya Supskij
His problems are the exact opposite of Serafim Arshinkov's. He can pass, he can assist, he can dribble his way out of trouble, but he just couldn't hit the woodwork even if he tried. Most if not all of his shots are liable to pose more a danger to spectators than the opposing team, so spectators beware if he comes on to the pitch.

FW: Miro NANCHEV 18 y/o, FK Spartak Rybolovlev
He's an average striker, end of story. He can sometimes hold up the ball and act as a support striker, but if he really has to be used from the bench, he's better off just being planted in the middle of the penalty area as the recipient of crosses and corner kicks.

FW: Vuk TRIŠOVIĆ 17 y/o, CSK Armiya Supskij
This lad has absolute loads of pace and can dribble his way out of a broom closet, but the one thing holding him back from inclusion into the starting eleven is the fact that he whiffs his shots and hits the woodwork more times than he actually finds the back of the net. But that's the only thing he really needs to improve, his accuracy. Once he hits the target more and more he can become a contender for a starting spot.

FW: Vasyl SANDUL 17 y/o, FK Mamai Ihorovtsi
For a striker, he's actually much better off defending against corner kicks than actually scoring from them. At least he knows where the target actually is, and he can actually run at the defense and goalkeeper to put them off. Unfortunately for him, there's no place where he could actually fit in so off to the bench he has to go for the meantime.

STARTING FORMATION
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KITS (provided by Adidulas)
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RP PERMISSIONS
Choose my goalscorers: Yes
Godmod scoring events: No
RP injuries to my players: Yes, but I decide the severity and length of time out
Godmod injuries to my players: No
Hand out yellow cards to my players: Yes (maximum of 6 per game)
Hand out red cards to my players: Yes, but only 1 per 2 games
Godmod other events: Contact me via TG or Discord first before proceeding
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THE FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF ESTORVIPA AND ESTORPIVA
President: Kirill Fedorchuk || Prime Minister: Victor Traianescu
Capital: Feuerstadt || Population: 27,806,560 (+14,274,641 under rebel occupation)

Never mind the name; we're actually located in Anaia!

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Postby Adab » Sun Dec 12, 2021 2:11 am

Note: In the Adabian timeline, the U18 World Cup takes place around June-July 2036. Age is as of June 1, 2036.

The Adabian Under-18 National Football Team

The more difficult the victory, the greater the happiness in winning.
-Pelé


Demonym: Adabian (plural Adabians)
Association: Adab Football Association (AFA)

BACKGROUND
The Adabian under-18 team stunned many by reaching the final of the 14th Under-18 World Cup, their debut appearance in the tournament, losing only to Mertagne in extra time. Under-18 manager Faisal al-Ali found himself touted in some quarters as a potential successor to Saad Kaykali when the latter retires as senior team manager, but he barely acknowledged all the talk about his future prospects, insisting that he was fully committed to the under-18 team and looking forward to the next tournament.

And now the time had come for the 15th Under-18 World Cup, and al-Ali and his young prospects flew to Tumbra aware of the increased expectations for them. Could they equal their achievement at the previous U-18 World Cup and reach the final once again? Or, God willing, could they even win it all? In public al-Ali put on a calm front, calling on his countrymen not to put too much pressure on his players. “Yes, we want to win, we want to win it all, but you must also remember that these are young players who are seeking experience in international tournaments,” al-Ali said. “They are taking their baby steps in international football. I don’t want this to become too much of a burden to them.”

KIT
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The national team's kits, designed by Ahmad Enlil (the first President of the Football Association) in 1907, are currently manufactured by Shining Sun Company, owned by Rahman Ashurbanipal, businessman and grandson of Emperor Tizqar III.

STAFF
Manager: Faisal AL-ALI - Male – born April 14, 1975 (age 61)
A friend and former teammate of senior team manager Saad Kaykali at Baghdad City, al-Ali shocked the Adabian football community by taking the under-18 team all the way to the final of the 14th Under-18 World Cup. His success has made al-Ali a dark horse candidate to eventually succeed Kaykali in the senior team, but he insists that he has no greater ambitions and is fully focused on managing the under-18 team.

STARTING LINEUP
GK: 1 – Adamu ASHUR – Male – born January 20, 2019 (age 17) – Baghdad City U18
LB: 2 – Joseph SASSOON – Male – born February 19, 2018 (age 18) – Adab United U18
CB: 3 – Assurnasirapli NINUA – Male – born March 27, 2019 (age 17) – Baghdad United U18
CB: 4 – Esther REUBEN – Female – born July 4, 2018 (age 17) – Baghdad City U18
RB: 5 – Emmanuel SLIWA – Male – born September 27, 2019 (age 16) – Damascus Steelers U18
LM: 6 – Jane EMERSON – Female – born August 15, 2019 (age 16) – Damascus Steelers U18
CM: 7 – Naram-Sin SAMANU – Male – born March 29, 2018 (age 18) – Baghdad United U18 (C)
RM: 8 – Mesannepada SIMBARSIPAK – Male – born November 4, 2017 (age 18) – Damascus Steelers U18
LAM/LW: 9 – Dasia KHOURY – Female – born September 15, 2017 (age 18) – Baghdad City U18 (VC)
RAM/RW: 10 – Omar ABBAS – Male – born January 15, 2018 (age 18) – Mosul U18
CF: 11 – Istar ZABALA – Female – born March 7, 2019 (age 17) – Adab United U18

STADIUM
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Adab City Stadium, the pride and joy of Adabian football, was completed in 1940. Located in the northern part of Adab City, the stadium was able to accommodate 40,000 people at the time of its opening. Renovations in 1978 made it an all-seater stadium and expanded its capacity to 55,350. Later it increased to 75,000 following upgrades in 2009-10 and then 76,500 after another upgrade in 2019. It is currently home to the Adabian national football team and Adab City FC.

TACTICS AND FORMATION
The team will use 4-3-2-1, the "Christmas tree" formation, with an emphasis on attacking play and taking advantage of their opponents' mistakes to launch a quick counterattack, marked by rapid passing from the back four - and, if deemed safe enough, long balls - through the midfield and to the front.

RP PERMISSIONS
My opponent, if they RP first, may do the following:
Choose my goalscorers Yes
Choose scoring events: Yes
Godmod scoring events: Yes
RP injuries to my players: No, and I won’t injure your players either
Godmod injuries to my players: No
Hand out yellow cards to my players: Yes
Hand out red cards to my players: No, and I won’t give red cards to your players either
Godmod other events: Yes, just don't injure or kill my players or staff or prevent them from being present in the next match

Style mod: +4.

If you have any questions feel free to reach out to me via TG or Discord!
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Postby Chromatika » Sun Dec 12, 2021 8:03 pm

Chromatik U-18 Team

Manager: Han Myung, 33
Style Mod: +2
Formation: 4-3-1-2

Goalkeepers
GK Raoul Carpathia, 18 - Tikariot City FC Academy (TKT)
GK Hailee Sourtois, 16 - Chromatik U-18s

Defenders
RB Ami Coulibaly, 17 - Chromatik U-18s Banijan ancestry
RB Odwin Muir, 17 - Central Heights High School
CB Eileen Jackson-Jones, 17 - Wirr Tsi U-18s
CB Ramata Colley, 17 - Mt. Baker High School
Banijan ancestry
CB Henry Marionne, 17, Chromatik U-18s
CB Liam Parks, 17 - Crossroads U-18s
LB Jan-Jaap Menneken, 17 - Myana Northwestern High School Audioslavian ancestry
LB Edward Freeney, 17 - Franscesca Larriet-Cortes High School

Midfielders
RM Briareo Asaguirreiturri, 17 - Chromatik U-18s Audioslavian ancestry
RM Manlafi Jammeh, 17 - Myana U-18s Banijan ancestry
DM Francine Wellington, 17 - Alnio U-18s
DM Haradin Moss, 18 - Myana U-18s
LM Edith Fillar, 17 - Shamrock Cathair (AUD) - CAPTAIN
LM Moreno Keel, 18 - Myana Northwestern High School

Attacking Midfielder
AM Marion Goo, 17 - Myana Northwestern High School Quebecois ancestry
AM Omelyan Kostyuk, 18 - Franscesca Larriet-Cortes High School

Strikers
ST Sandra Park, 17 - Chromatik U-18s
ST Bradley Ottawa, 17 - Franscesca Larriet-Cortes High School

ST Bala Kabba, 17 - Franscesca Larriet-Cortes High School Banijan ancestry
ST Kim Sang-Wook, 17 - Myana U-18s Quebecois ancestry

Starting XI:
CARPATHIA
COULIBALY - JACKSON-JONES - COLLEY - MENNEKEN
ASAGUIRREITURRI - WELLINGTON - FILLAR, E. (C)
GOO
PARK - OTTAWA


If my opponent role-plays first they may:
Choose my goalscorers: Y
Godmod scoring events: N
RP injuries to my players: Y/Minor
Godmod injuries to my players: N
Hand out yellow cards to my players: Y - Max: 4
Hand out red cards to my players: Y - Max: 2
Godmod other events: N
Former User of the Nations of Yesopalitha and Falconfar

Champion: WBC 52, NSCF 24, CoH 82
Regional Tournaments: AOCAF 55 Champions, 52 & 63 Runners-Up
WC Proper Appearances: 75 (Ro16), 76 (SF), 77, 78 (QF), 79, 80 (Ro16), 81, 83, 84, 86, 89 (Group Stage), 87, 88 (Ro16)
CoH Appearances: 77 (Ro16), 85 (Ro16), 90 (Champions)
KPB Ranking: 26 (Post 90)
RP Population: 20 million

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Postby Pemecutan » Mon Dec 13, 2021 4:56 am

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PEMECUTAN U-18 NATIONAL TEAM

Management Team
Manager: Sapta Wiraguna
Head Coach: Bayu Darmaja
Assistant Coach: Ignasius Kopela
Goalkeeper Coach: Made Dwipayana
Medic Head: Fachrul Rahmansyah
Style Modifier: +3.71
Formation: 4-4-2


Team LineUp
Starting Line Up in Blue

Goalkeeper
1 - GK - Adi Achmad Dirja (17) - Satria Muda Celagigendong
12 - GK - Irfan Hadi Prayoga (15) - Yowana Campuhan
23 - GK - Irham Syafi (18) - Teruna Titih

Defender
2 - LB - Putra Chandra Agung (17) - Yowana Campuhan
3 - CB - Putu Satria Wibawa (16) - Teruna Titih
4 - CB - Arya Putra Pratama (15) - Jematang Alit
5 - RB - Jaya Hadi Gunawan (15) - Pemuda Balun

13 - LB - Wayan Rai Mantra (16) - Teruna Titih
14 - CB - Wisnu Wardana (16) - Gading Muda Pohgading
19 - CB - Yusuf Sofyan (18) - Tunas Petilan
16 - RB - Komang Trisna Kurniawan (17) - Putra Satria

Midfielder
7 - LM - Agus Partha (16) - Yowana Campuhan
6 - CM - Satya Permadi (18) - Sedana Merta Ubung
9 - CM - Rahmat Indrajaya (17) - Putra Satria
8 - RM - Ketut Adi Jaya (18) - Teruna Titih

15 - LM - Gede Purnama (18) - Pemuda Balun
18 - CM - Satria Laksmana (15) - Angkeb Canging Mengwi
20 - CM - Jandibala Janabansa (16) - Nilayam United Youth Club
22 - RM - Bayu Anggara (17) - Tunas Petilan

Forward
10 - ST - Rai Anom (16) - Sedana Merta Ubung
11 - AT - Jaya Hadi Lesmana (17) - Satria Muda Celagigendong

21 - ST - Pande Suryapraja (16) - Teruna Titih
17 - AT - Putra Aryaweda (15) - Gading Muda Pohgading

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The Jersey
Home Jersey
Away Jersey
Goalkeeper Jersey
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RP Permission
Opponent may do the following if they RP first
Choose my scorer: Y
Choose Scoring Events: Y
Godmod Scoring Events: Y
RP Injuries to My Players: Y (No career-ending)
Yellow Card My Player: Y (max. 3 players per match)
Red Card My Player: Y (max. 1 player per match)
Godmod Other Events: N

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Postby Sharktail » Mon Dec 13, 2021 4:55 pm

RTC 15 (U18 WC)
Pre Match 1 vs Adab

Newton, Columbia: The Sharktail U18 squad has begun training sessions in Tumbra. Ahead of the Group D kick -off against Adab in a few days, the players are actively preparing to make sure they are ready.

In this edition, Sharktail has been voted alongside Adab, Indusse and Brookstation. All teams have an equal chance of qualifying for the next round. Sharktail will open the curtain against Adab, followed by Brookstation and end the group action against Indusse.

Team manager, Max Zahari is confident that the selection of the squad this time will meet his tactical criteria. For him, he wants a player who exactly he feels will be able to adapt tactically.

"I want players who can play with my tactics. If they can't, it will cause problems for the whole team."

When asked if the players are in positions like dm, ml, mr where their position is not in their tactics, this is Max's answer.

"If they are good, I will still pick them. And how they will play in the team, this one I will try to adjust in terms of the role they will play. Ofcourse most importantly, I have to make sure they can go all out."

The next question posed to him was the chance of each player in this team to play.

"I am more concerned with teamwork, but discipline and hard work is merit. If I see a player's performance during training better than the main starting squad, I will make a change. Everyone deserves something of their hard work. That's what I believe."

The last question asked of him was the target for this team.

"My goal is to win with this team, of course everyone will set that as a target. But for now, my main priority target is to pass the group stage with a solid performance and get a spot in the next round. What is important, solid performance . "

Squad selection, done. Medical, done. Training, done. All that remains is the match that will take place. Let's all stand behind the team. Official RTC 15 report in Tumbra, it me Nazri. Let go, #TheRiseOfBlue. See you next time.

vs Adab : 
Megat (GK) • Syukran (c)• Borhan • Taufiq • Afiq •
Hakimi • Fattah• Faizin • Syah • Fikri • Zafuan
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Postby Brookstation » Tue Dec 14, 2021 12:48 am

BROOKSTATION UNDER 18 FOOTBALL TEAM


TEAM INFORMATION
Nickname: Dreamers
Demonym: Brook
Style Modifier: +4
Association: Football Brookstation
Captain: Bruce Hoogewarf
Vice Captain: Roy-Allan Butterfield
Most caps: Bruce Hoogewarf (9)
Top scorer: Bruce Hoogewarf (6)
Trigrame: BRO


JERSEYS

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Jersey inspired by Pink Floyd's album - The Wall

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Jersey inspired by Pink Floyd's album - The Dark Side of the Moon


SQUAD

GOALKEEPERS

NAME AGE CLUB
Lance Logan (18 Y/O) Essidise Titans, Image
Mark Pera (18 Y/O) Scroton FC, Image
Jose Pena (17 Y/O) Waffen, Image

DEFENDERS

NAME AGE CLUB
Katrien Saive (18 Y/O) Rottenham United, Image
Dan Mortensen (18 Y/O) Artiana Galaxy, Image
Youssef Taher (17 Y/O) Shkotan FC, Image
Jose del Rosario (18 Y/O) Neverwinter, Image
Edy Madero (16 Y/O) Regiis Dreamland Academy, Image
Gamal Mostafa (17 Y/O) Kars Club, Image
Herbert Vargas (18 Y/O) Morioh Town, Image

MIDFIELDERS

NAME AGE CLUB
Roy-Allan Butterfield (17 Y/O) Rottenham United, Image
Juan Vicente Ansue (16 Y/O) Saint Attjames Chillers, Image
Jean-Francois Ducheix (16 Y/O) FC Hacienda, Image
Igor Sei (17 Y/O) Neverwinter, Image
Addis Gitaw (18 Y/O) Drublin, Image
Davendra Prasad (18 Y/O) North Shey Swells, Image

FORWARDS

NAME AGE CLUB
Bruce Hoogewarf (17 Y/O) Coolville United FC, Image
Markus Lekas (18 Y/O) AFC Richmond, Image
Klaus Kirchmann (18 Y/O) FC Hacienda, Image
Antero Essayah (17 Y/O) Brancar Hill Panthers, Image
Charles Bouka (18 Y/O) Nnem Suns, Image
Lamin Jallow (17 Y/O) Essidise Titans Academy, Image


STARTING LINEUP
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MANAGEMENT STAFF
Manager: Soham Misra (69)
Assistant manager: Julian Warner (35)
Goalkeeping Coach – Starc Johnston, (43)
Defensive Coach – Narayan Das, (38)
Offensive Coach – Bighnesh Mullick, (50)
Physiotherapist – Sharon Bumberbatch, (47)


My opponent, if they RP first, may do the following:
Choose My Scorers: Yes
Choose Scoring Events: Yes
Godmod Scoring Events: Yes but make sure to let me know beforehand
RP Injuries to my Players: Yes but not career ending
Godmod Injuries to my Players: No
Godmod Other Events: Yes but make sure to let me know beforehand

Style Modifier:+4
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Postby Commonwealth of Baker Park » Tue Dec 14, 2021 10:05 pm

Football Association of the Commonwealth

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Major Honors

Winners
5th Under 18 World Championship
9th Under 18 World Championship
62nd AOCAF Cup
Runner-up
67th Baptism of Fire
Third Place
58th AOCAF Cup
60th AOCAF Cup
Fourth Place
World Cup 85
63rd AOCAF Cup
Women's World Cup 15/Jenna Raven Cup 2


Established in 1901, the FAC is the governing body of the sport in Baker Park, maintaining a registry of over 24,000 players between the ages of 11 and 80; 3,500 officials; 128 full member clubs and 350 associate member clubs; sponsoring 12 National Championships for men & women across all levels. in addition to 6 domestic cup competitions; and offering training programs for coaches and physiotherapists covering youth to professional certification.

Under 18 WC all time record: 37 wins, 13 defeats, 7 draws

style--+2.8
Formation--3-4-1-2


National Anthem--"Hear Our Voices Commonwealth"

Nickname--since the end of the 1960's the National Team has been known as "The Bees", a period when the team's uniforms consisted of alternating black and gold hoops. While the bee is an element on the coat of arms of the Commonwealth—a long accepted heraldic symbol of industriousness--the association was actually a reference made in an Italian newspaper game story when the senior team was wearing the hooped shirts, referring to the BP team as il Bombi (the bumblebees) for their perseverance and swarming tactical play.

Colors--Black & Gold (while they are just 2 of the 5 main colors on the flag of Baker Park--Blue, Red and White are the others--black & gold have been closely associated in the nation's consciousness as representative of the country since its founding.)

The Commonwealth of Baker Park takes great pride in participating in the Under-18 World Championship for the significance it holds in the history of the FAC--as the first competition that saw young men and women playing together in the same side, the first significant trophy won in that same debut appearance, and the honor of being only the second nation to have won the title on two different occasions.
This edition of the BP U18 squad sees the return of 17 players that helped the Junior Bees to the knockout round in Xanneria. Co-Captain Stefani Martini looks to build upon her talismanic performance in that run, as she netted five times and assisted on 4 other scores, nearly 50% of the team's output in 7 matches.


Manager—Danielle Harper
Assistant Manager—Steven Tseng
Coaches—Fredrica Baptiste, Max Littlejohn
Physio—April Powell


GK
1 Meg Gottfried 17 St George's Prep HS, Hannover, BP
23 Andrew Rowlands 17 Learfield FC
DEF
5 Renee McKenzie 18 Ellesmere Woods FC
18 Davis Murphy 17 Westwood Sprites FC
3 Jenna Sizemore 17 Lima City United FC
19 Heather Womack 16 Tyler Central HS, Friendly, SL
2 Roberta Andrews 18 Mansfield City Central HS, Mansfield, BP
17 Jack Rothman 17 West Orange HS, Ezriquay, EZ
4 Jabril Holmes 17 Clayton City FC
MID
14 Eve Wennestrum 17 Great Northern RR FC
16 Jake Ludwig 16 Southend AC
8 Anthony Romero 18 North Royalton Town FC co-captain
20 Cornelius Boyle 16 Ross HS, E Riverside HS, BP
11 Paul Rose 17 West HS, Lindenwood, EZ
7 Stefanie Martini 18 Broadview AFC co-captain
6 Carlton Morgan 18 Victoria & Albert SC
13 Camille Prince 18 Westwood Sprites FC
21 Allison Falcone 17 Ravens FC
FWD
22 Becky Shock 16 Lucas HS, Ezriquay, EZ
15 Maria Wu 17 University Park HS, Ezriquay, EZ
9 Cedric Brown 17 Forest Park SC
12 Jeremy Sueleman 16 South Bank HS, Belle Haven, BP
10 Sandra Ikedieze 18 Llewellyn Turnpike FC
24 Patti Rubinstein 17 Westwood Sprites FC



The team will kit out in the most familiar NT uniforms: the gold with black shoulders and shorts and the legendary "ghost whites" change strip

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In the event my opponent RPs first, they may...
Choose my goalscorers: YES
Godmod scoring events: YES
RP injuries to my players: YES, but those that would be for just the duration of the match (TG in advance would be appreciated as well)
Godmod injuries to my players: See Above
Hand out yellow cards to my players: YES
Hand out red cards to my players: YES, but again, a heads up in advance is appreciated, as I would do for you.
Godmod other events: TG what you have in mind, I'm easy to come to an understanding with
AOCAF 62 & 66 Champions
2x Under-18 World Cup (SWC 5&9) Champions
Baptism of Fire 67 Runner-Up
AOCAF LVIII (co-hosts), LX Third Place
World Cup 85, AOCAF LXIII, Women's World Cup 15 Fourth Place
World Cup 84 & 90 Co-hosts
World Cup 81/82/83/84/86/87/88 Round of 16
World Cup 80, 89 Group Stage
Basketball
AOBC 5 Champions
Football
NSCF 5x Mineral Conference Champions (18/19/20/21/23)
1x playoff semi-final
1x playoff quarterfinal

Lacrosse
WLC Vice President
WLC 38 Third Place
WLC 34 Fourth Place
WLC 30/31(host)/32/33/35/36/37 (host)/39 Quarterfinal
WLC 29 Playoff Round

Rugby
Rugby 7's AORC 1&2 Champions

Cricket
AO Twenty20 Runner-up

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Mertagne
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Postby Mertagne » Wed Dec 15, 2021 4:38 am

The Federation of Mertagnian Football Presents...
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The Mertagnian National U-18 Football Team
for the RTC U18 World Cup 15


Our History:

Mertagne shocked the multiverse by smashing the opponents in the last U-18 World Cup, taking home the trophy after defeating teams such as Chromatika, Tumbra, and Adab, the latter a thrilling game that saw the Mertagnians cinch victory in extra time. Mertagne's footballing body, the FMF, has ramped up the pressure for the young squad, and is sincerely hoping that the money that it and the government has spent on youth academy programs has paid off. Fielding a fresh squad to the U18 World Cup 15 that consists primarily of home-grown talent, it is hopeful that this generation will work hard with the same lofty ambitions that the previous cycle's team managed to get to. Many members of the team are excited to head to Tumbra to take part in the tournament, a large, genial nation that appears to share a lot in common with the Mertagnian heartland.

Our Key Staff:

Manager: Kylian Forsyth, 29 Image
Kylian Forsyth has not let his chronic condition get in the way of a successful career. Catapuling the Mertagnian U18 team to success in the last edition has thrust him into the limelight among the top brass of Mertagnian football, drawing the attention of names such as Michelle Romanage over at the FMF. With the footballing federation under stange circumstance surrounding corruption and the sale of news stories to journalists, Forsyth has tried very hard to stay out of any issues and focus on honing his tactical mind on developing and molding a successful squad to challenge for the trophy once again this cycle.

His style on paper is a conservative -2, and the team will be playing a 4-5-1 formation with a slight over-reliance on the counter attack, using their single striker on pitch, to steal some goals. Don't be fooled by the defensive leaning, however, as Forsyth has often instructed the two midfielders at the edges to take matters into their own hands and run an attack if they have the opportunity. This is sure to expand the critical thinking skills of these juvenile players, and hopefully set them up for a long an interesting footballing career under Kylian's tutelage.

These team tactics worked well last time, and Kylian is hoping to continue nuturing a defensive leaning into the team that he hopes will be carried forward into the more senior squads. It seems there is a soft power from being involved in these youth squads that Kylian is looking to wield.

Assistant Manager: Souveraine Riddle, 37 Image
Souveraine Riddle is a woman of few words, but many expressions. Her harsh style of coaching stems from her tenure at Audsley Academy, a hotbed for Mertagnian Youth on Horsehead Island, located in the province of Dannmarsh. It's been said she's not as strict as she used to be, with the previous generation of U18 players discovering that she had a more fun side, but it seems that her fun demeanour is something that has to be earned.

Our Players:

Pos.	Number	Name			Age	Squad
Goalkeepers
GK 1 Beltzane Dufour 17 New Fligsive's Memory Image
GK 12 Connor Hunt 15 Scharfwick Flames Image
GK 13 Cedric Millard 15 Papillio Mertagne FMFC Image

Defenders
LB 2 Mahault Wheeldon 16 Kurtz Herritik Image
LB 14 Santso Escarate 18 Six Star Cyanaes Image
LB 15 Bleiz Denham [c] 17 Lehen Neorudo Image
CB 3 Alana Raymond 17 Blackave University Image
CB 4 Lawrie Nicolson 17 Dudevani Electric Company Image
CB 16 Amy Windsor 18 Neorudo Ferrymen Image
CB 17 Gentian Tinkler 16 Basterra Bulls Image
CB 18 Matthew Guiffart 18 Signal Dannin Image
CB 19 Honorio Menez 17 Scharfwick Flames Image
RB 5 Helori Martin 15 Vixceinion Image
RB 20 Phillip Wormald 17 Strillinger Valley Image
RB 21 Rhianna Bartolome 18 Blades de Bretsaar Image

Midfielders
LM 6 Leigh Eyre 17 The Inner Circle of Ist Image
LM 22 Karen Diamond 15 Neorudo Ferrymen Image
LM 23 Irutxeta Benito 15 Blackave University Image
LM 24 Caitlin Middleton 18 Century Mertagne FMFC Image
CM 7 Siobhan Davison 18 Octosaide Image
CM 8 Jamie Lagueruela 18 New Fligsive Defenders Image
CM 9 Genevote Fearns 17 Vixceinion Image
CM 25 Agnes Devon 16 Kurtz Herritik Image
CM 26 Diane Thomas 16 Kurtz Herritik Image
RM 10 Niall Robbins 16 Keers Kannoneers Image
RM 27 Cheryl Mac 17 Papillio Mertagne FMFC Image
RM 28 Sophie Chelmy 16 Papillio Mertagne FMFC Image
RM 29 Robin Darr 15 Sallenhass Hangmen Image

Attackers
CF 11 Tevenete Kings [vc] 17 Blades de Bretsaar Image
CF 30 Kerrie Rush 18 Mondragons Image
CF 31 Iain Aldea 18 New Fligsive's Memory Image
CF 32 Kerr Coll 15 Graith Foresters Image
CF 33 Hollie Reeve 16 Neorudo Ferrymen Image


Our Kits:

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Kits lovingly provided by Kirola Sportswear of Audioslavia.
Eskerrik asko, Anaia. Maite zaitugu.


Our Permissions:

My opponent, if they RP first, may do the following:
Choose my goalscorers: Yes
Godmod scoring events: Yes
RP injuries to my players: Yes
Godmod injuries to my players: Yes, but no outright killing or career ending injuries. Let these kids grow!
Hand out yellow cards to my players: Yes
Hand out red cards to my players: Yes
Godmod other events: Sometimes. Send me a TG with what you're planning and I'll approve it if I like it.
Mertagnians wouldn't know the meaning of the word 'pandemic' if it sneezed in their face.
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The Nation of Mertagne - Two-Time U18 World Cup Champions!
Capital: Dannin ¤ Trigramme: MRT ¤ Demonym: Mertagnian ¤ Factbook: Here!
¤ ANAIA NATION - BECAUSE IT COULD HAVE BEEN 'BATIOB' ¤

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Postby Independent Athletes from Quebec » Wed Dec 15, 2021 4:53 am

My opponent, if they RP first, may do the following:
Choose my goalscorers: Yes/No
Godmod scoring events: Yes/No
RP injuries to my players: Yes/No
Godmod injuries to my players: Yes/No
Hand out yellow cards to my players: Yes/No
Hand out red cards to my players: Yes/No
Godmod other events: Yes (Please TG or contact me on Discord if you have questions)


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Quebec and Shingoryeo National Football Team - Under-18 World Cup 15





Basic Facts

Nation Name: Kingdom of Quebec and Shingoryeo
Short Names: Quebec, Q&S
Trigramme: QUE (Q&S will be fine, but please don't use RKQ. Thank you)
Demonyms: Quebecois (I'll be fine with use of Quebecers, but please don't use Quebecians. Thank you)
Colours: Red, Black and Blue
National Anthem: 'Ode to Thee, My Quebec'
Royal Anthem: 'Hymn to the Shingoryeo'
Capital City: Quebec City
Other Major Cities: Montreal, Halifax, Kingston, Chicoutimi, Winnipeg, Val d'Or

FA: Royal Quebecois Football Association
Highest Domestic League: Q-League
Nickname: The Grim Reapers
Home Stadium: The Reneegrad, Quebec City, Capitale-Nationale, is the usual home stadium with top preference. That said, however, the Grim Reapers does have a tradition of hosting World Cup qualifying matches in a set of rotations.
Ultras Group: The Bubonic Plague
Style Modifier: +5
Predicted First XI : 4-2-4 Up to you; Joo - Friesen - McKinley - Miller; Dykeson - Wawanolett; Hertel - Pizzolitto - Hwang - Bouck
Manager: Tahmid James, 63 (PFA)
Captain: Kingsley-Roger Hertel, CSKA Quebec
Vice Captain: Rebecca-Anne Wawanolett, Zenit Attawapiskat
Third Captain: Joo Pil-Seung, Zvezda Vlaikograd




JERSEYS

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NATIONAL TEAM COACHING STAFF

Manager: Tahmid James, 63 (PFA)
Assistant Manager: Jean-Michel Banos, 40
First-Team Coach: Chae Yeong-Rahn, 25
Midfields Coach: Hector Mirembe, 33




GOALKEEPERS - 3

Unlike in past editions, the current edition of Grim Reapers' does not possess a clear-cut starting goalkeeper. This means that there is a likelihood Tahmid James, the Under-18 and the Under-21 national team manager, could go with a rotation of three goalkeepers and let a starter emerge from this group.

##    POS   Player                   Age  TRI Club
01 GK Joh Seung-Mook 17 QUE Perce Town
31 GK Kaniehtiio Yeom 16 QUE Trojana Condommakers FC
45 GK Kang Sang-Gook 18 CBP Sherwood Forest FC (On loan from St. John's Arsenal)


DEFENDERS - 8

Defence? What defence?

On a more serious note, this is a solid group of defenders compiled for the Quebecois national team. With a solid mix of players plying their trades abroad, and the rest playing significant minutes on their domestic clubs, there is no doubt that this team does have significant potential to carry around. Still, football is a team game and if there's one thing the Under-18s or even Under-21s are known for, is their teamwork. The patchy teamwork, love of going out of position during scoring opportunities, tendency to commit to fouls in order to 'own opposing players', is to be expected with this talented group of players led by major prospects Joo Pil-Seung, Pierre-Karl Miller and Laurent Friesen.

##    POS   Player                   Age  TRI Club
02 LB Joo Pil-Seung 18 STL Zvezda Vlaikograd
17 LB/RB Brian Wilson-Didh 16 QUE PLI Islanders
04 CB Noel-Hercule McKinley 18 TMB Columbia City
03 CB/LB Laurent Friesen 16 QUE Cornwall Clippers

05 CB Anne-Marie Morse 18 QUE Club Racing de Sept-Iles (Quebecois Championship)
20 CB Yim Dong-Heui 18 QUE Kingston FC
69 RB Pierre-Karl Miller 18 QUE Olympique de Rimouski
16 RB/LB Klara Verlaan 17 TMB FC Inter Nantwich


MIDFIELDERS - 5

The Grim Reapers' use of the 4-2-4 formation on the junior level has more or less meant that there would be a bit of challenge selecting who would be the best midfielders at this level to select. Fortunately and unfortunately, the talent depth up middle's one that this class of Quebecois national team isn't known for, so it is expected all five of these players to see significant playing time, perhaps to their detriment. Rebecca-Anne Wawanolett has already seen playing time on the senior level, and is expected to be the main ball controller of this team with absolute liberties given. Joelinton Dykeson, a gigantic piece of pylon, and fast food-loving ball of talent in Pengsoo Brown are expected to split minutes on the other half of the midfield starters. Jordyn Mah and Maude Kalicho-Qaqqaq, however, are just as technically proficient and if neither turn out to be good options, they can replace either with relative ease. Among two of them, Mah's been viewed as the player with higher potential due to her superiority on transition games, but MKQ may be more useful if she's to be substituted for late second half minutes to lock down a victorious outcome.

##    POS   Player                   Age  TRI Club
55 AM Rebecca-Anne Wawanolett 18 QUE Zenit Attawapiskat
06 CM Joelinton Dykeson 18 SRS Jaglan Royals
88 CM Pengsoo Brown 16 QUE Daedonggang 3.26

14 CM Jordyn Mah 17 QUE Sherbrooke Noksaekjeonsa
12 CM Maude Kalicho-Qaqqaq 16 QUE Nunavut North Stars


FORWARDS - 7

Fairly talented group of players who are positionally versatile. As with their senior equivalent, this group of Under-18 prospects are known for their flashiness, love of physical play and tendencies to get carded more often than not. Among them, the most notable ones are Kingsley-Roger Hertel, the CSKA Quebec starlet whose older brother is Fontvielle Impact midfielder Marco Hertel, Hwang Byeong-Wook who's viewed by many as the number one reason why Swanguard Athletic should be having a good Q-League season on their return to the top-tier football, and Ignacio Pizzolitto with fantastic footwork. Connor Bouck is probably the most stable of the bunch, however, and the team may use his services to stabilise what's a fairly explosive group as whole.

##    POS   Player                   Age  TRI Club
08 LW Kingsley-Roger Hertel 17 QUE CSKA Quebec
15 LW Moon Il 17 BNJ Busukuma Force
10 ST Ignacio Pizzolitto 17 GRF Mühlrich
09 ST Hwang Byeong-Wook 17 QUE Swanguard Athletic

19 ST Otis Tekaronhonte 18 QUE St. John's Arsenal
11 RW Connor Bouck 17 QUE Montreal Koreana
07 RW Ruby Vanderley 15 QUE Daedonggang 3.26
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Postby Tumbra » Wed Dec 15, 2021 5:20 am

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With More Eyes On Him Than Ever Before, Can Toby Barton Bring the Under-18 World Cup Back Home?


LAKEWOOD — IT'S a weird tournament to get hung up over, to say the least. The Under-18 World Cup is the smallest of football's three World Cups, certainly not held in as much esteem as its older cousin, the Di Bradini Cup, or even the longest-running sporting event in the world, the World Cup itself. Yet the Tumbran enthusiasm for it most certainly stems from its debut victory four years ago; when the tournament was held in Zeta Reka and Hugeltaldom.

The victory of the unfancied team in the cup — overcoming a Græntfjaller, then Tequila side, has long since been elevated into the Tumbran sporting pantheon; and re-telling its story for the umpteenth time would simply be a waste of print space at this point. So, too, would be recounting the fates of its players; everyone knows where the Nine ply their trade now.

Yet the story remains told simply because it's a good story. And the win — Tumbra's first in any kind of international competition — would go on to set the foundations for three of Tumbra's other sporting successes. Who was in the squad for Tumbra's win in the Di Bradini Cup? None other than Kerr and Harrison. Who was on the pitch when Tumbra put down Quebec and Shingoryeo? Kerr and Harrison. And who would go on to bring the Campionato Esportiva trophy home for the Black Eagles on the third time of asking, one edition after they crashed out at the very bottom of the group stage?

Kerr and Harrison.

Senior team manager Yuan Zilai has spoken at length at his faith in the Tumbran youth system; and has also gleefully remarked on the sheer amount of talent available with it, so much so that he's lifted previous manager Marco Hemmings' philosophy that junior teams should mirror the senior teams' tactics and playing mentality, giving them unrestrained freedom. This has allowed the coaching nous of Edmund Finnegan and Toby Barton, the two junior team coaches, to flourish; both of them are now able to manage their junior teams as they wish. And while Finnegan has stuck closer to Yuan's defence-first, counterattacking style, Barton instead has opted for a more balanced style; citing the need for "players to experience a wide range of playing styles and not be pigeonholed into a particular style of playing" at youth level.

Barton's never really been a manager that has shied away from going against the grain; it was his choice to bring the Nine to Zeta Reka in the first place that saw the floodgates come down to women playing in the Premier Division. The idea may have been his, or it may have been Marco Hemmings'; the key was that the Tumbran Football Federation did not like it, and they wished to kill it.

They didn't manage to. Barton's victory meant that media attention was unavoidable; and we all know what happens next.

Two years later, Barton went to an ill-fated tournament in Xanneria and Starcom, marked by organisational mess-ups which saw the tournament finish, but the country's reputation permanently tarnished; and finished third in the tournament, another excellent result considering he'd brought a fresh crop of players to the tournament. He was keen to ease expectations, especially in the wake of the victory; so as to not pile on too much stress onto the young players.

This time, at home, Barton's gone for the same tactic. Plucking twenty-three footballers who haven't yet signed professional contracts with football teams — from academies, youth squads or otherwise — and coaching them to play football in his image. It's worked twice before; and he's hoping it'll work again. But this time, he'll have to pull off his trick at home; where expectations will be even higher. No matter how much he's eased expectations — a constant theme of his press conferences, from the announcement of the squad up to the announcement of the fixtures — the sense of expectation will still be there. To win a tournament on home soil, to or at the very least return to the Semi-Finals; that is the unspoken aim for fans around Tumbra, even if nobody really knows what Barton himself wants from this tournament.

The respect Tumbran fans have for the Under-18 World Cup, and the desire to make Tumbra its home once more, may be too much for Barton and his new crew of 23; but if he alone doesn't crack under the pressure, then he knows that he can soak up the pressure for the rest of the team.

And that in itself might be a recipe for success.


Starting Lineup for Tumbra vs Ardengard - Matchday 1, U18WC 15

1 - Robinson; 2 - Evans, 4 - Lawson, 5 - Whitfield, 3 - Fisher; 6 - Morgan, 8 - Thomas, 15 - Stark; 7 - Ferris, 9 - Pearson; 11 - Ross
THE FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF TUMBRA
Tumbra - a sprawling, modern federal democratic republic located in Esportiva. Strong economy, strong civil rights, strong freedoms.
Population: 114 million | TLA: TMB | Capital City: Straton | Largest City: Couno
Constitution | Domestic News | Domestic Sports | Wiki Article | A Timely Reminder
President: James D. Clark (Green/Independent) | Prime Minister: Michael Kirkland (Labour)
U-18 World Cup 13 Champions/Di Bradini Cup 51 Champions

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Postby Independent Athletes from Quebec » Wed Dec 15, 2021 6:06 am

OOC: Of course, if you wish to enter a sports film to be reviewed, send me a TG or PM with basic premises, ideas, etc, and we'll talk further. If you've done something before, of course, we can pick it up from there as well. There is only one condition - that it must be a foreign film covering Québécois sports scene/plot, or a film covering foreign sports/plot content but directed/produced by a Québécois.

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'100 Years of Sporting Films': 'Suicides of a Wallflower Cauliflower' Review

★★★★★


Baek Mong-Ryong

Cinematic adaptations of teen novels, especially those that aim to highlight social or personal issues, can be a peculiar landmine for many filmographers. We've seen a few dozen successes and a tenth of those also being masterpieces, but hundreds more have failed in addressing them while being considered aesthetically decent or even appropriate. But the issues may have been in that the public, at the same time, is not so willing to accept it - the Quebecois public has tendencies to either overreact to moral degeneracies or just accept the unacceptable as 'alright'.

Perhaps that was why I felt particularly anxious when asked to review Suicides of a Wallflower Cauliflower by Pascal Woo, of a long-aged teenage novel from the century long bygone of same name. Fortunately though, as I went further and further into this film, the more amazed I felt about rewatching the film with bold formatting choices and powerful deliveries, making it very much worthy to join the list of films to be re-screened at the 2052 Halifax International Film Festival next October.

Pascal Woo's Suicides of a Wallflower Cauliflower is one of those classics that initially became legendary due to the infamies brought. The story, told via depressing letters written by an alias of online troll by its antisocial footballer prospect, Jarome 'Lil Freak' Noh, twists around boring teenage novel stereotypes brought by a Wallflower-styled stories. Instead of finding his own clan of like-minded edgelords, a shy, antisocial kid with athletic gifts entering high school and academy ball who quickly spirals in the communities of normal people and is left without a peace. In that case, those who aid and amuse him is made up of older teenagers, who finds Jarome an amusing project to be corrupted like John from 'Brave New World'.

Premiered at the 2024 Kingston International Film Festival to shocked audience, who booed Woo off the stage, it's a reverse coming-of-age material at its finest. It breaks down into every single aspect of what's considered more hallow of this concept that's known as adolescence- to Woo, there is no point being touchy-touchy and warm feelings about serious issues that haunt the lives of prospects in the circle of collegiate sports and brutal chase that is high school social circles. By turning Jarome from a lovable giant with disarming earnestness to a true fiend with a remarkable winning streak, but also pieces of a destroyed yet unregretful soul, Woo gets to the point without being fake about it.

The film, which in itself is a film adaptation of the 1978 novel 'Cauliflower Suicides', is particularly strong on narrative aspect of it. As always with cinematic adaptations of novels, there is always a risk of staying too true to the course by even c+ping the format or staying too far by redesigning it. And this film, being the 2020s-era adaptation of a 1970s novel, automatically carried that risk as Jarome's letters, written in sonnets, is all that the original novel's consisted of. Thus the additional shoutout has to go to Woo in finding his own path to it by avoiding the repetition of awkward, creepy sonnets, and instead replacing the lines with montages of his writing process, and aggressive use of mise-en-scene to imply the level of grime underneath the high life. By not being direct with some of the descriptions, but just letting the audience figure out from the intuition and implied meanings of those objects (the shadows of those windows, in particular, are useful), he allows the narrative to creep up into the audience's heads and the two-year nightmare to submerge and submerge into poor Jarome.

Being a film that does not intend to fake it and pretend Jarome enjoying his lowly status, this film aggressively debones the sentimentality and the nostalgia out through consistent discord of his mind and acts, and the intimacy of sound and image for those around poor Jarome. While the the soundtrack choice by Woo, a rough mix of the latest EDM and trap hits at the time, are not the best in terms of elevating the film quality, it does do the bare minimum of providing an ample atmosphere. Each track, from Emerson Kah's 'Syntaxes' to a 2013 Cho-Brown remix of Charles Merton Regimbault's 7th Symphony (I. Allegro), has a clear purpose and is placed well.

Pascal Woo, at that point in his career, was a fairly seasoned director and producer with 6 moderate hits to his roster of films at age 43. His strong background in film and in particular television, where he worked for a half-decade with the QBC (!), helped him to question how the media can be manipulated to generate certain images. That may have ben why Suicides of a Wallflower Caulifower was executed very well, providing truthful portrayals of youth academy football and high school life, while providing enough theatricity and tension to it all.

Still, we all know just as much of it was possible because of its talented cast. The quartet of leading actors and actresses were flawless. The laudation starts off with Jean-Jacques Demers (who later plays the father Deutscher in 'The Virgin Sacrifices'), whose explosive debut as transformative Jarome drew critical acclaimed and started off a wonderful career that continues to this day. He is complemented nicely by Julie Melancon, who successfully evolves beyond her child actor days with a solid run as chainsmoking midfielder Sarah-Samara. Her ability to control Jarome through all means, which certainly lifts the film up by a couple of classification grades, is a top-notch act at play.

Pierce Ayling also succeeds in shedding his goody-two-shoe child actor days with the film, where he plays a weightlifting, high-on-roids-and-weed goalkeeper Evan, though we don't get to see his infectious sins until the very end of the film. Donheil A. Akongo, best known these days as a middle-aged actor portraying white collared sidekicks, deviates as Levi, the teenagers' all-controlling coach who is immediately likeable to the players but is perhaps too effective with controlling them through fear.

It's in the combination of various sufferings imposed on Demers's Jarome that Woo succeeds in turning this into a mini-thriller as well, with the images of some of the abusive practices known in the youth football world all pieced together with painful memories of high school he's stated on media interviews as 'nuisances'. The deterioration of his mind and soul, where he suffers for the people's sins in exchange of their joys when watching football live and on television, makes it the very opposite of what's comfortable for the viewers, but make them respect the format.

For decades, Pascal Woo's image on the public has been a controversial one due to this film, and he, with commercial pathways more or less limited, has taken an even deeper entry into the independent films. Still, the fans of this film and the related genres, who have come to appreciate the later years' watered down, politically correct films like 'Giant Penguin' (2034) or 'Darling, Are You Going To Leave Me?' (2050), have come to appreciate the director's work more and more. Now, he can rest in peace knowing that the film's back to where it belongs - a deserving spot on the echelons of sports films.

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Postby Graintfjall » Wed Dec 15, 2021 6:56 am

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Team name: Græntfjall
Trigram: GRÆ [GRF when not available]
Demonym/adjective: Græntfjaller
Team nickname: [Junior] Snow Wolves

Coach: Trine Kakalisdóttir
Assistant coach: Saxi Dómaldsson

Trine is known for her disciplinarian streak, which is helpful when it comes to shepherding around a group of overpaid teenagers, but not as an especially bold tactical thinker. At the last Cup she was willing to let her players take the lead, with some big mistakes, but also some exciting highlights. Her assignment is, as much as anything, not to be boring. The squad is based on the U-17 team that competed at the Copa Rushmori Juvenil 1 year ago [Græntfjaller time].

Goalkeepers

1. Ásólfur Nilsson
12. Bjarnhéðinn Nónason
23. Ína Diðriksdóttir

Defenders

2. Jan Játmundsson
3. Arngunnur Heiðlindsdóttir
4. Jorge Øysteinsson
5. Asle Gunnþórsson
6. Sigurbergur Geirröðursson
15. Friðjón Manfreðsson
18. Indrajit Randhirsson Sinjali
20. Sæmund Aaronsson

Midfielders

8. Charlotte Leonardsdóttir – Captain
13. Stefan Ingemarsson
14. Petra Sævarsdóttir
16. Thorvald Linusson
17. Jostein Bjarkisson
19. Kormákur Brynþórsson
22. Romy Maxsdóttir

Forwards

7. Gheorghe Ionsson
9. Amandara Navinsdóttir Thakur
10. Elvira Markusardóttir
11. Ísidór Seifursson
21. Tindra Thorvaldsdóttir

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Solo: IBC30, WCoH42, HWC25
Co-host: CR36, BoF74, CoH80, BoF77
Champions: BoF73, CoH80, U18WC15, DBC52
Co-champions of the first and second Elephant Chess Cups with Bollonich
Runners-up: DBC49, EC10, HWC25
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Postby Tumbra » Wed Dec 15, 2021 7:08 am

And here's your MD1 cutoff for the RTC U-18 World Cup!
Results to come shortly.


Group A
Tumbra 4–0 Ardengard (scorinated by Quebec & Shingoryeo)
United Adaikes 2–1 Garbelia

. Group A               	      Pld   W  D  L   GF  GA  GD  Pts  
1 Tumbra 1 1 0 0 4 0 +4 3
2 United Adaikes 1 1 0 0 2 1 +1 3
3 Garbelia 1 0 0 1 1 2 −1 0
4 Ardengard 1 0 0 1 0 4 −4 0


Group B
Bollonich 0–4 Sarzonia
Equestrian States 1–1 Qasden

. Group B                             Pld   W  D  L   GF  GA  GD  Pts 
1 Sarzonia 1 1 0 0 4 0 +4 3
2 Equestrian States 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 1
Qasden 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 1
4 Bollonich 1 0 0 1 0 4 −4 0


Group C
Hispinas 0–1 Commonwealth of Baker Park
Zeta Reka and Hugeltaldom 2–3 Pemecutan

. Group C                             Pld   W  D  L   GF  GA  GD  Pts 
1 Commonwealth of Baker Park 1 1 0 0 1 0 +1 3
Pemecutan 1 1 0 0 3 2 +1 3
3 Hispinas 1 0 0 1 0 1 −1 0
Zeta Reka and Hugeltaldom 1 0 0 1 2 3 −1 0


Group D
Adab 0–0 Sharktail
Indusse 2–5 Brookstation

. Group D                             Pld   W  D  L   GF  GA  GD  Pts 
1 Brookstation 1 1 0 0 5 2 +3 3
2 Adab 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1
Sharktail 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1
4 Indusse 1 0 0 1 2 5 −3 0


Group E
The 14 Stars 2–1 Starblaydia
HUElavia 3–3 Abanhfleft

. Group E                             Pld   W  D  L   GF  GA  GD  Pts 
1 The 14 Stars 1 1 0 0 2 1 +1 3
2 Abanhfleft 1 0 1 0 3 3 0 1
HUElavia 1 0 1 0 3 3 0 1
4 Starblaydia 1 0 0 1 1 2 −1 0


Group F
Estorvipa and Estorpiva 2–0 Græntfjall
StrayaRoos 2–4 Independent Athletes from Quebec

. Group F                             Pld   W  D  L   GF  GA  GD  Pts 
1 Estorvipa and Estorpiva 1 1 0 0 2 0 +2 3
Independent Athletes from Quebec 1 1 0 0 4 2 +2 3
3 Græntfjall 1 0 0 1 0 2 −2 0
StrayaRoos 1 0 0 1 2 4 −2 0


Group G
Cassadaigua 0–3 The Cordian Isles
Mertagne 0–2 Chromatika

. Group G                             Pld   W  D  L   GF  GA  GD  Pts 
1 The Cordian Isles 1 1 0 0 3 0 +3 3
2 Chromatika 1 1 0 0 2 0 +2 3
3 Mertagne 1 0 0 1 0 2 −2 0
4 Cassadaigua 1 0 0 1 0 3 −3 0
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