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Postby Pasarga » Mon Feb 19, 2018 5:50 pm

Pasarga Domestic Sports

This topic is for posts regarding the various domestic sporting leagues and events throughout Pasarga.

Football
Results since the formation of the SuperLiga
1960: Results
1961: Results
1962: Results
1966: Results
1967: Results
1968: Results
1970: Results
1971: Results
1972: Results
1973: Results
1974: Results
1975: Results
1976: Preview & Results
1977: Preview & Results
1978: Preview & Results
1979: Preview & Results
1982: Preview & Results
1983: Preview & Results
1984: Preview & Results
1985: Preview & Results
1986: Results
1987: Results
1988: Results

Current Title Counts

SuperLiga/Top Division
26 - CA Paulinthal
17 - Tanrısal
10 - Club Stein-los
9 - Baskita FC
7 - Galatica
3 - Lunas FC
3 - Santos Luega
2 - SC Sardin
2 - Stein-los Turkish
1 - Paulinthal FC
1 - SC Troubalose

Copa de la Luna
8 - CA Paulinthal
6 - Stein-los Turkish
4 - Tanrısal
3 - Club Stein-los
2 - Duke of the North
2 - Galatica
2 - Santos Luega
1 - Baskita FC
1 - Peynol-Lunas
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Season 1985 Preview


LM Andrej Reuter, age 27 (Nephara) -> Tanrısal
LB/LW Siri Cattalock, age 25 (Nephara) -> CA Paulinthal
ST Alexander Casierra, age 24 (Valladares) -> Galatica
RW Vojnomir Jovanović, age 29 -> Hellinic Rouge
CB Jake Newton, age 20 (Eura) -> Baskita FC / loan
LM Matt Payne, age 30 (Nephara) -> Galatica
LB Petra Pischer, age 30 (Nephara) -> Duke of the North
LRB Abrrick Faillace, age 19 (Audioslavia) -> Tanrısal
LB Sameuel Iacovelli, age 22 (Audioslavia) -> Baskita FC
RB Estefany Simms, age 18 (Eastfield Lodge) -> Duke of the North
LB Brennan Durrani, age 18 (Eastfield Lodge) -> Baskita FC


The 20th edition of the SuperLiga is upon us and after a season where Baskita unexpectedly pipped CAP and Tani for the title, as well as pulled off the domestic double for their first ever Copa victory, there is a lot of questions being bandied about across the dual islands. Can the young players of Baskita continue to play above all expectation, even when one of their best players was picked off by Euran giants Directus, though the Eagles getting a good prospect in return on loan for compensation? Baskita has quietly over the years developed one of the best youth academies in all of Pasarga and one of the best in the world, as they won the Youth Cup within the last decade to really show off that investment in depth that the club has made. With the title delivered last season as well as several of those players now on the national team radar and getting senior caps, it is no surprise then than the Eagles would go after three more younger players in their offseason dealings, though there are rumors of an attempt to swipe a Nepharim national team left back, though the club has unequivocally denied those rumors.

The Hurricane are not happy to be not feasting on titles and Anaya's position as manager is not as stable as she might have hoped, as the clubs fans are quick to point out that it was under her leadership that the Hurricane suffered their longest ever spell without any form of silverware. With that in mind, she raided the SuperLiga and brought in Siri Cattaloc to sure up the left fullback position, a position that seemed to be a huge weak point for a lot of Pasargan clubs during the transfer window. With the amount of offensive or counter based teams in the SuperLiga, it is easy to see why any club worth their merit would want a quality defender and that Anaya was able to secure one has to make her feel good about herself. The question now is how far can Ragnar Targaryen take the Hurricane, as the striker has had the burden of goalscoring put on his shoulders since that breakout season, but can one striker consistently lead the line when the Hurricane are battling for trophies on three separate fronts?

The rest of the SuperLiga tried to get reinforcements, and though Tani and Galatica both did in some respects, the league as a whole found it rather difficult to attract the caliber and quantity of players that it wanted to. Despite the rise in both ratings and footballing quality, there still seems to be some pockets of both fans and footballers who think of the SuperLiga not as one of the best footballing leagues in the world but just another middling league with one or two decent clubs, not really a place where they can go to achieve lofty ambitions. While this is clearly false, there is that idea out there, and the league will have to do a lot of work in the coming few years to try and shake off that moniker, especially with the number of both foreign and domestic stars in the league reaching at or beyond their thirtieth birthday. The league needs to get younger but also keep up this new standard that it has crafted out for itself, which means that teams like Galatica, Hellinic Rouge, and Stein-los Turkish need to be more competitive, but not just domestically, also in the UICA competitions when they do qualify them.

Looking at the teams coming up and the potential relegation battle, while Riis was the 6th placed team in the SuperLiga 2 and only promoted due to the playoff, I think that they are the team of the three that have come up that have the best chance of staying up, though admittedly it does appear that all three teams are likely on their way back down. Riis has the best chance though as they have enough players in the prime of their careers and who have experience of playing in the top division that there might just be enough quality to stay afloat. Evenfar, Titanderth, and Tyrysier all had pretty miserable seasons last year and will need to do better if they do not want to potentially be overtaken by the would be challengers, though all three clubs should on paper not be struggling as much as they have. Sardin United will try to quickly recover, despite losing half of their team due to the relegation, and find themselves back up into the topflight just like Paulinthal FC did after their own unexpected relegation a few seasons back, as the East River Stadium and its fans sorely belong in the top tier.

Image Baskita FC
Nickname: Eagles
Location: Torgos | Stadium: Taltron Park (66,000) | Manager: Guerin Bourgeau
Kits: Home & Away

Though originally thought just to be the capital's second club, behind Galatica, Baskita emerged early as something more than just another capital club with a popular backing among the working class part of the city. Baskita's ability to adapt to the world around them, being one of the first Pasargan clubs to employ foreigners in their club and then investing in the youth academy when it became clear that domestic clubs needed to do more to help support the national team. The team now is seen as the most promising capital club with a rich following both among the blue and white collar portions of the city, and with the history of success behind them. Without Ralf Bader in the coming season though, some wonder if this youthful lineup has enough steel in the middle to keep up with the more rich megaclubs of CAP and Tani.

Starting XI: Patrik Horčička (33); Image Samuele Iacovelli (22), Image Yeri Ibex (26), Image Jake Newton (20), Linka Polak (21); Orsolya Gere (21), Image John Ferry (27), Image Jean-Marie Bentacur (28), Image Ariadne Shroveday (30); Image Xavier Wingfield (25), Image Destiny Blair (25)
Key Reserves: Image Raphael Bowbury (GK, 26), Smiljan Kovač (CB, 30), Miluše Richterová (MC, 32), Image Syrene Ramsey (MC, 34), Image Joris Zwart (ST, 21)

Image CA Paulinthal
Nickname: The Hurricane, CAP
Location: Paulinthal | Stadium: San Daros (64,000) | Manager: Margot Carbajal Anaya
Kits: Home, Away, & Third

You wouldn't know it now, but CAP has not always been this megaclub that could stand toe to toe with any team in the world and give them a run for their money. CA Paulinthal started as nothing more than a football club founded by a collection of mariners, three years before the PFA would even be formed, in 1896 and would not go on to win their first top division title until 1931. Located on the west side of Paulinthal, CAP built its fanbase around the working class, particular among merchants and mariners, who would carry their tales of the club to the foreign locales that they would frequent for their profession. CAP is recognized as the first formally formed football club in Pasarga and it is perhaps then fitting that it rose through the years to be the best club in the land and one of the best in all of Rushmore, emerging as a power in the early editions of the Copa de Campeones, or Rushmori Champions' League as it was locally known. These days, CAP has enough money and influence to attract even the best players in the world, though their youth academy rivals that of Baskita for producing solid players that can slot into the first team with relative ease.

Starting XI: Thorsten Gerber (26); Image Jospeh Aguas-Lauzirika (25), Image Sloane Kirkland (30), Neci Földessy (25), Image Dave Wehlbeck (24); Image Josephine Clement-Rossiter (30), Image Denton Tapp (28), Image Breta Glibin (25); Image Abel Brücke (27), Jörg Feierabend (24); Image Ragnar Targaryen (26)
Key Reserves: Jürgen Gottschalk (LB, 34), Dejan Jukić (CB, 31), Image Siri Cattalock (LB/LW, 25), Image Arjean Jeremiah-Dockson (MC, 22), Lena Sommer (ST, 25)

Image Tanrısal
Nickname: Tani
Location: Stein-los | Stadium: Kilmonarch (72,000) | Manager: Inas Kawthar Bishara
Kits: Home & Away

Tani is the club that has stood the test of time in Stein-los, having won the second ever top division, and yet still remains a force in the game even now. Tani is a club that has always had money, despite it being the "second club" of Stein-los, and was able to attract quality players from the start. Unlike other teams that prefer to build from within, Tani much prefers to buy already developed players, though their youth academy has had a few stand outs over time. Their ability to consistently get into the UICA has made it so that the squad is often quite large, with managers at the helm of Tani usually adapting a heavy rotation policy, where even players who are their national teams might find themselves just as a rotation player at Tani. Money has made Tani a power and consistency has allowed them to maintain it, with recent history being some of their most successful, yet they still are far off the number of titles that CAP has to their name.

Starting XI: Image Michael Armand (29); Image Mârtín Básá (27), Image Jerry Lee (26), Guðný Ingólfsdóttir (24), Image Tevreness Bale (23); Kati Szöllôsy (22), Image Amitee Abdalla (29), Image Caolan Coveny (29); Image Sander Balliol (27); Émond Harcourt (32), Image Adam Pinto (31)
Key Reserves: Laurent Chandonnet (CB 19), Image Emely Towers (CB, 31), Image Andrej Reuter (LW, 27), Tihamér Szakály (AMC, 21), Image Keller Marsden (ST, 22)

Image Stein-los Turkish
Nickname: Turkish, Eagles
Location: Stein-los | Stadium: Albrecht Road (57,000) | Manager: Kaseem Tamir
Kits: Home & Away

Turkish, the sister team to Albrecht Turkish of renown, and one of the founding members of Pasargan club football. Despite arguably being the most popular of the three major clubs in Stein-los, Turkish are somehow the least successful of them all, though recent Copa victories have bolstered their trophy cabinet to a respectable size for those outside of Tani and CAP. Turkish always seem like they are the precipice of growing from just a traditional good club to one of the bigger clubs in Pasarga and Rushmore, but they always seem to come up just a bit short. Nevertheless, their fans are loyal and they play an attractive brand of football that gets even neutrals rooting for them, as evidenced by the number of foreign fan clubs and watching parties.

Starting XI: Nicole Winkel (33); Michaela Málková (21), Torsten Mueller (19), Image Îstr Gìárdìnâ (27), Image Rona Morgantrau (24); Mile Zagorec (26), Gamal Kadeer Haik (27), Image Jýmë Êrréf (27), Image Molly Thorben (22); Image Azhaar Morales (25), Image Liane Fransson (29)
Key Reserves: Phillipp Hartmann (RB, 33), Maximilian Mueller (MC, 20), Lundy Lafrenière (ST, 33)

Image Galatica
Nickname: The Galacticos
Location: Torgos | Stadium: Stade de Torgos (90,000) | Manager: Michael Mueller
Kits: Home & Away

If there is one club in Pasarga that thinks quite highly of themselves, it is Galatica, having nicknamed their squad The Galacticos, and continiously going on about how they were the original superclub in the dual islands. The truth is, Galatica is a good club but not near as good as either the club or fans would have you believe, and they are currently in one of their poorer stretches. Having sacked their manager and appointed the recently retired Michael Mueller to that position seemed to put some life back into the club, with them managing fifth, but for a club that is supposed to be a superclub on par with the likes of Tani and CAP, it has been quite some time since they have truly challenged for the title. Perhaps new blood is needed and Mueller will be the one to inject it into this proud if not overly egotistical club.

Starting XI: Miodrag Novosel (31); Image Musko Uriel (23), Rudolf Bačić (27), Image Markus Bekant (30), Image Asmar Parkinson (27); Image Matt Payne (30), Image Tony Cassar (27), Image Tory Jeanes (28), Image Jonathan Rait (23); Image Alexander Casierra (24), Image Wizstana Iretziia (26)
Key Reserves: Image Loramendi Ramacha (GK, 23), Jonas Gottlieb (CB, 22), Malika Földy (RW, 21), Image Robert Cuellar (MC, 25), Image Naseem Cross (ST, 21)

Image Lunas FC
Nickname: The Moon Warriors
Location: Lunas | Stadium: Stadium of the Moon (84,000) | Manager: Hasan Urbanček
Kits: Home & Away

One of the oldest clubs in Pasarga and in the second largest stadium in the nation, some might question how this club has not had more success in their history than the three top flight titles that they have to their name. Ideally located in the largest port in Peynol, it would have made a ton of sense for the Moon Warriors to have become one of the better clubs in the nation. However perhaps their clinging to the traditional form of football and such base tactics is what has held them back, completely adhering the idea that the 4-4-2 is the perfect formation, not even willing to put a more attacking or defensive flair on it as some other clubs have. Midtable mediocrity seems to be the only destination that the club knows and unless some fresh ideas are tossed around, that is likely all that they will know for some time.

Starting XI: Imelda Cremonesi (33); Jeannet Backus (19), Felix Metzger (22), Image Stein Curran (32), Image Hyacinth Surman (29); Image Ronaldo Vargas (25), Sophie Nagel (20), Image Matt Joanson (27), Image Mathilda Brooks (25); Image Senn Matthams (22), Image Hamlet Jylland (24)
Key Reserves: Image Rosalind Buchanan (GK, 23), Ljudevit Grgić (CB, 32), Fabrice Laramée (LW, 22), Bohuslav Novák (MC, 33), Mire Dobrinja (ST, 33)

Image Peynol-Lunas
Location: Lunas | Stadium: Crescent Park (50,000) | Manager: Oxana Tošnjak
Kits: Home, Away, & Third

A newer club that a few years ago made a huge splash by actually winning the Copa de La Luna and has steadily built their squad from a bunch of obscure professionals to one of the better upper midtable outfits in the division. Notable for a large fan club in Eura, the Canaries seem to be slowly siphoning off the long standing fans of Lunas FC, with the new team having the most recent success and looking to play more exciting football than their crosstown rivals. With most of the team that is all in their prime, there are quite a few who believe that this might be the season that Peynol takes the leap forward and finishes in the UICA spots.

Starting XI: Image Olvir Barrus-Bari (26); Bushra Ghadir Antar (25), Image Eoin Cascarine (26), Kimberlyn Rose (26), Željko Bašić (28); Image Justine Draper (33), Image Agam Dalit Rose (27), Pete Szabolcs (25), Image Mandy Thompson (26); Ljiljana Stankovic (29), Image Neil Nordegraf (26)
Key Reserves: Kos Srebrenko (GK, 29), Asztalos Koppány (RW, 32), Zsuzsi Pethô (LW, 22), Image Cuartio Storr (ST, 21)

Image Club Stein-los
Nickname: The Old Club, The Dressers
Location: Stein-los | Stadium: Stein-los Stadium (59,000) | Manager: Aslan Karakaya
Kits: Home & Away

The second oldest club in Pasarga, Club Stein-los was the initial powerhouse in Pasarga having won the top division in five of the first six season of domestic football in the dual islands. Although the Dressers do have ten top flight titles to their name, their last one came fifty-five years ago and they have had to suffer the indignity of watching clubs like Tani and CAP become the premier clubs in the nation. However not all is lost for this proud club, with a good record of making the Final of the Copa de La Luna and having three cup titles to their name. A solid squad that could potentially push into the edges of UICA play gives reason for the Old Club faithful to have hope, though the lack of any true star power means that it is more likely for the club to once more finish closer to tenth than fifth.

Starting XI: Evelin Csikós (23); Ciriaco Trevisano (22), Image Maxine Parr (34), Image Lloyd Tokobo (29), Image Tara Hassett (26); Image Adelina Macbeth (24), Borbás Kadosa (25), Ivanka Stipanov (29), Image Dominic Ellis (24); Mücahit Aardenburg (21), Alim Nidal Awad (27)
Key Reserves: Alem Sebhat (LB, 33), Image Samuel Apicella (LRCB, 24), Matthias Maur (MC, 21), Zalán Székely (ST, 21), Cihat Kozen (ST, 33)

Image Hellinic Rouge
Nickname: The Spartans
Location: Evenfar | Stadium: Spartan Stadium (30,000) | Manager: Tobias Möller
Kits: Home & Away

There is perhaps not a better success story for one of the younger clubs in Pasarga than Hellinic, having pulled themselves out of the second tier and into ICC contention on a consistent basis, despite having a relatively small stadium and in one of the less popular destinations in Pasarga. Having earned their nickname from having a very disciplined but aggressive style of play, the Spartans have really flourished under the leadership of Tobias Möller, as the former Wanderers' international turned the team from a team of also rans in the top tier to a team that has to be contested with. However last season saw nagging injuries and inconsistent form drop the side down, so Tobias went and grabbed current Pasarga international Vojnomir Jovanović to sure up the wingplay and give the squad a morale boost heading into what might be a pivotal season for the club and for Tobias' managerial legacy as a whole in the dual islands.

Starting XI: Thor Knutsson (31); Image Leron Fernandes (25), Image Renato Hargreaves (22), Þorvaldur Oddsson (31), Image Eskama Nagi (25); Magdalena Debeljak (19), Franko Ivanović (29), Image Destin Chaplin (28), Vojnomir Jovanović (29); Image Fox Charnwood (24), Image Karena Foran (30)
Key Reserves: Sameh 'Afif Guirguis (CB, 21), Božo Nikolić (LB, 27), Anita Vince (MC, 22), Image Graziana Din (MC, 22), Petar Galić (ST, 20)

Image Duke of the North
Nickname: The Dukes
Location: Isnat'pa | Stadium: Citadel Stadium (25,000) | Manager: Zorislav Ivanec
Kits: Home & Away

If there is a big surprise among the younger clubs who have managed to stay in the top flight, it would have to be Duke of the North, who despite all circumstances that say they should be a second tier side at best but somehow stay a relatively comfortable midtable side despite it all, almost in spite of all the conditions that stand in their way. The Dukes don't have a huge following outside of Pasarga, as their more defensive approach does not win them many fans outside of purists who believe that the matter of victory doesn't mean anything, only that the squad emerges victorious at the end of the ninety minutes. It has worked well for them, even if they do fail to bring in high profile foreign or domestic talent as a result, they are an enigma but their success can not be denied, even managing to win a pair of Copa de La Lunas in the process to fill out the trophy cabinet.

Starting XI: Image Korbin Harvey (29); Image Petra Fischer (30), Doris Bačić (30), Image Grene Sharpe (29), Image Juniper McCallum (28); Image Kimberly Pine (24), Nataša Horvat (29), Image Rebecca Lauder (22), Kazimir Cindrić (30); Eva Tomić (30), Alan Marjanović (27)
Key Reserves: Philipp Zimmer (GK, 29), Nadine Fenstermacher (CB, 19), Anamarija Dujmović (MC, 31), Adne Beckers (RW, 20), Erik Klug (ST, 19)

Image Stilinkeep FC
Nickname: The Guards, The Blues
Location: Stilinkeep | Stadium: Stilinkeep Stadium (64,000) | Manager: Hajdu Vázsony
Kits: Home & Away

A rather fortuitous season last year saw this club in the de facto capital of Peynol finish in a decent position, capitalizing on one of the best defensive units in the SuperLiga, which has been a staple of The Guards for the last decade or so. Defensive tenacity and one of the largest stadiums in Pasarga make any team that travels to Stilinkeep know that they are in for a very difficult encounter. There is a certain air about the team though, with it announced that the manager will be retiring at the end of the seven, with their seventieth birthday to happen during the season. Solid defensive play can build even weakened squads up but seeing as how the Blues were supposed to be relegated last season, it is more apt to think they will be fighting off relegation than trying to crack a top seven finish.

Starting XI: Demeter Agoston (36); Markus Roth (20), Jana Matić (29), Image Jojo Valentine (27), Teha Anić (29); Håkon Gulliksen (27), Godemir Tkalčić (20), Image Carl Hodge-Malone (22), Image Coretta Corcrain (28); Vladimir Filipović (29), Image Luke Heller (30)
Key Reserves: Asztalos Norbert (GK, 33), Ktisztina Vig (RW, 32), Ernesztina Cakó (MC, 33), Safiy al Din Naim Ganim (ST, 22)

Image Fetherdron United
Nickname: The Eagles
Location: Torgos | Stadium: Silverthal (60,000) | Manager: Anđelko Stipanov
Kits: Home & Away

Ah Fetherdron, what was originally billed at the third major club in the capital but instead has been something of a yo-yo club for the last twenty years or so despite having a huge amount of fan support and capital to get the sort of players and facilities needed to compete at the top level. It could be said that the Eagles likely play a little to open and do not have the sort of personnel in the backline to deal with the constant counter attacks their the high tempo play leads themselves to being exposed to. There is talent in the side, with four former U21 internationals for Pasarga on the team, but it fails to come up in the big occasions and with the SuperLiga getting even more competitive, it is likely that if the squad does not show improvement this year that a shake up will be needed going forward as the players have been afforded far too much time to find chemistry if you ask the fans.

Starting XI: Image Hishaam Keating (29); Guðrún Karlsdóttir (30), Maik Köhler (31), Image Annegret Guire (31), Ines Calabresi (30); Marjan Vukelić (31), Image Geri Perrin (28), Image Raladish Khilewinnen (25), Kathrin Drechsler (30); Lea Ivančić (28), Image Jota (30)
Key Reserves: Estelle Verreau (Gk, 29), Bernd Schroder (CB, 29), Kasim Gamal Sayegh (MC, 21), Markus Szôllôs (MC, 22)

Image Santos Luega
Nickname: The Tecos
Location: Paulinthal | Stadium: Tecos Stadium (47,000) | Manager: Conrad Zamora Solís
Kits: Home & Away

Santos Luega, perhaps the most infamous club in all of Pasarga, with their strict stance of only allowing players of hispanic heritage into the club, though they have been a bit more open the last few years allowing players under the age of 18 to be allowed into the club if born in Paulinthal. Despite the rather small player pool to choose from, the Tecos have never been relegated outside of the top flight of Pasargan football and are something of cult heroes to small portions of the Paulinthal population. Right now however, the club is in the straights that quite a few Pasarga clubs are in, their good players are getting too long in the tooth and the youth prospects are not quite up to snuff, having seen the Tecos fall out of the ICC contention the last two seasons. However if the Tecos can make it one more year, their current crop of youth players might just be ready to step up and bring this unique club back into the spotlight.

Starting XI: Image Jayma Pagan Fragas (32); Cripín Montanez Delgado (27), Image Erauso Iburrusteta (23), Darlene Bahena Rubio (20), Margot Carreón Castillo (20); Geraldo Alemán Duarte (20), Perpetuo Jiménez Amador (34), Hadrian Venegas Preciado (23), Egeo Lucio Peres (32); Maiten Matos Galindo (29), Anacleto Paz Briseño (19)
Key Reserves: Image Pablo Mujica (GK, 20), Líbano Menéndez Herrera (CB, 19), Atala Rascón Magana (RW, 19), Lavinia Batista Aranda (MC, 19), Yoko Corrales Noriega (ST, 19)

Image Paulinthal FC
Nickname: The Reds
Location: Paulinthal | Stadium: Seaside Park (27,000) | Manager: Wimke Ausma
Kits: Home & Away

The "other" Paulinthal team, the Reds stand in the shadow of both CAP and Santos Luega when it comes to the amount of fans, success, and capital that they have at their disposal and in their history. Despite all that, the current iteration of the team is quite loaded up with some good foreign talent and a few good domestic products itself, as the team tries to stabalize itself after regaining top flight status two years ago following their surprise relegation. Merely giving a good showing of themselves and staying away from the drop is what the fans are hoping for, as the sinking feeling of having been in SuperLiga 2 has made these usually optimistic fans feel a bit threatened, though they do have a top division title to their name despite being the seldom thought of club when mentioning Paulinthal football.

Starting XI: Image Ciera Carrizo (21); Image Bandar Levy-Sherman (21), Alois Mančík (33), Image Ugaitz Leskerre (23), Image Desaree Crouch (22); Image Lena Scuffett (24), Image Monica Quarten (23), Image Ileanna Solberg (21), Srećko Tadić (29); Svjetlana Varga (21), Image Elis Mitri
Key Reserves: Image Sierra Silverton (LWB, 34), Image Brettany Duggan (CB, 22), Peter Farber (MC, 33), Najib van Meerendonk (LW, 19), Štefica Zagorec (ST, 33)

Image Titanderth
Nickname: The Titans
Location: Dendros | Stadium: Olympus (21,000) | Manager: Dieter Beyer
Kits: Home & Away

Titanderth has seemingly been a middling club since its inception and surprise promotion into the top tier of Pasargan football, with the occasional fight against the drop or to fight forward and into the ICC places. The current iteration of the squad seems to have a good mix of both foreign and domestic, as well as decent to even a few good players, while the age range is quite large. The brightest prospect for the club comes in the way of the young Chromatika winger who might be playing to attract offers from larger clubs both domestic and abroad. The Titans likely need a top half finish to keep the star in Olympus, though with the dynamic force of Schoemaker in the middle starting to show their age, that might be easier said than done.

Starting XI: Bán Rezsx (34); Ralf Koch (27), Daisi Lafond (29), Image Vidar Chaudhuri (22), Jagoda Novosel (24); Image Ga-yeong Han (21), Fletcher Compagnon (29), Image Cory Schoemaker (30), Image Cha Bun Kae (21); Image Kade Limerbauer (27), Tearlach Beaupré (29)
Key Reserves: Image Halley Trapp (RB, 34), Hreinn Tryggvason (LB, 19), Sulisław Olszewski (CB, 19), Natalya Vitko (MC, 33), Sanita Fischione (ST, 32)

Image Tyrysier
Location: Troubalose | Stadium: Apollo Ground (29,000) | Manager: Lucie Valentová
Kits: Home & Away

This is a club that no one likes to play against for a variety of reasons, most of which come in the form of some sort of unique frustration that comes with playing against the club. First of all, most people are not able to properly pronounce the club's name even when it is said several times, with them thinking that the lettering should result in some sort of different combination, then there is the very "loud" crest the team has in its hot pink, which is mirrored on the club's primary kit of marble and pink. Don't let the frustration and low table finish fool you though, this club can ruin any other team's day when they are on their game with Nuemann still having a few good years in them left and Bierlert to direct things in the middle of a competent midfield, though not impressive in any area in particular.

Starting XI: Majer Rez (29); Blagica Pavičić (29), Image Gunther Shawcroft (32), Borna Živković (31), Unnar Ólason (31); Václava Kolářová (29), Filip Novotný (27), Image Carina Bielert (27), Čika Lučić (29); Ladislav Vyvial (29), Image Francesca Neumann (30)
Key Reserves: Pavel Kopecký (GK, 22), Mijo Kolar (LB, 32), Image Sa'd al Din Latif (MC, 22), Luca Schulz (ST, 20)

Image Evenfar FC
Location: Evenfar | Stadium: Woodland Park (22,000) | Manager: Kelemen Demeter
Kits: Home & Away

Evenfar thought that they were going to be the big team to emerge from Evenfar to give those on the mainland a real run for their money and then Hellenic Rouge showed up, stole half their fanbase, and proceeded to have the sort of success that they believed was supposed to be theirs. For the Spartans crosstown rivals, it stings deep into their veins to see Hellenic to have stolen their dream while their own team lingers just barely at mediocrity and having to claw at times to merely avoid relegation as they did last season. This is a club that needs a lot of work and unfortunately it is hard to see where that work is going to come from, as even their pair of Cosumarite wingers seeming to be languishing in the mired spirits that seem to have overtaken the club the last few years.

Starting XI: Silke Theissen (31); Wolfgang Baumgartner (31), Katja Gloeckner (31), Niklas Fuhrmann (31), Dominika Špačková (20); Image Elspeth Wykker (20), Áslaug Sigtryggsdóttir (29), Željka Matković (24), Jaroslav Dolejší (29); Cintia Vöröss (29), Image Brani Saxton (27)
Key Reserves: Miroš Pavić (GK, 24), Patrick Herzog (RB, 32), Thorsten Schreiner (CB, 33), Image Carlo Dellavedova (LW, 33), Image Justice Pearce (ST, 22)

Image Aleine United
Nickname: The Knights
Location: Aleine | Stadium: Xpress Stadium (27,000) | Manager: Betsy Carreón Garay
Kits: Home & Away

Here in Aleine United we have another one of the founding members of the Pasarga football pyramid, but unlike most of the other initial clubs, The Knights have had a very difficult time of keeping themselves in the top tier. However that inability to maintain the top flight status for United has made sure that their trophy cabinet is quite filled out, even if it only comes from second division placings. Despite that, the Knights are one of the more respected clubs across the entirety of the dual islands, though the club has not been able to turn that respect into good youth intakes for their academy and better prospects to put out onto the field to help keep up that top level status. Once more, the Knights will likely put up a valiant effort but there is just an absence of genuine good talent in their roster to have any true hope of their survival.

Starting XI: Joshua Topp (33); Rachel Pelzer (31), Joel Lahtinen (27), Ignace Quinn (27), Valentin Styrman (27); Suzana Horvat (29), Gordan Katić (29), Musette Lafond (27), Natalie Scaddan (33); Miron Vleeshouwers (27), Anamarija Pranjić (29)
Key Reserves: Marót Szölôsy (GK, 22), Alexander Fuerst (RB, 19), Florian Feierabend (LB, 19), Juliska Szôllôs (CB, 20), Jérôme Garnier (ST, 27)

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Nickname: The Citizens
Location: Targas | Stadium: Telathron (72,000) | Manager: Lengyel Ormos
Kits: Home, Away, & Third

Few clubs have seen such different heights of success and the depths of failure as Targas City in the last few years, as within the last decade the Citizens finished as high as a top half finish in the SuperLiga to being in the bottom half of the SuperLiga 3 and very much looking like a club that had utterly and completely lost their way. Famous for their home kit of a brilliant sky blue, the Citizens are something of an enigma with their huge stadium and massive amount of support that they have in the nation's second largest city, but yet have lacked consistency in success or form. This club is as much a contender for finishing in the top half of the table as it is to find itself in the bottom three come seasons end and on the way back down again.

Starting XI: Alexander Kulcsár (30); Marika Erdey (25), Levente Koncz (30), Veress András (34), Ákos Szalai (35); Jolan Thury (31), Kemenes Székely (26), Orkény Kárpáthy (32), Cintia Hofmann (28); Gyula Benkó (28), Zobor Ferenczi (25)
Key Reserves: Snjólaug Einarsdóttir (GK, 24), Noel Szôllôssi (LB, 32), Marlon Melanson (CB, 19), Jakov Janković (LW, 24), Marveille Pichette (MC, 19)

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Location: Targas | Stadium: Majestic Park (21,000) | Manager: Arto Ketterer
Kits: Home & Away

Riis once more finds themselves in the top tier of the pyramid if only just to annoy and pester the bigger and better clubs in the division, much as they every time that they find themselves somehow grace in the top tier, given their insignificant fan size compared to the larger clubs in Targas and the need to compete both domestically and abroad for talent and capital. However that might just be the key, with Riis seemingly quite popular outside of the dual islands, with their away kit constantly one of the best sellers in the division in the seasons that they are present, with their merchandise in the partnered commercial ventures. As a team they do prefer to attack than to defend, which might explain that extra fan support, but this team is not built to sustain their SuperLiga status and though they may score a few goals, in the end they will likely be on the way back down once more.

Starting XI: Georgina Király (34); Dorka Szilágyi (30), Zétény Szôts (30), Ferko Langh (28), Tímea Gera (25); Image Joleigh Wheeldon (28), Image Enzo Rodolpho (28), Marcsa Szánthó (26), Judit Lantos (34) ; Tot Varsàny (28), Image Priesch Koppers (31)
Key Reserves: Becse Benczik (GK, 25), Elizabeta Tkalčić (CB, 20), Image Wajeeha Kaur (RB, 32), Gerbert Mauritz (RW, 19), Mónika Joó (ST, 28)
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Season 1985


The assertion that you can not win anything with kids has to be utterly destroyed after what has transpired over the last two years, with Baskita first securing the unlikely title last season and then to retain the title this year and do it in quite the convincing fashion as well. For the first time in over fifty-five years, there has been consecutive season without Tani nor CAP lifting a piece of silverware and the entire league is entirely stunned by the turn of developments. It all started quite innocuously with the Eagles pipping the Hurricane in the Super Cup on spot kicks, with CAP fielding a mixed squad and not entirely taking the season opener quite seriously. However Baskita took that early victory and drove forward with the momentum and confidence of team of players composed of veterans and not filled with you. Despite their best defender being sold to Directus before the season kicked off, the Eagles were able to turn around and insert their loanee Jake Newton into that same spot and emerge with the best defensive record alongside the title at the end of the day, as the Hurricane drew at Hellinic in the penultimate matchday and fell on the last matchday in Paulinthal against their archrivals Tanrısal when the title was seemingly out of reach.

You could say that Baskita was fortunate that CAP's run of games at the end of the season was so difficult, ending the season with Tani, Hellinic, Turkish, and Club Stein-los, though they did emerge with seven points from those matches. For the Hurricane faithful, this failure to secure the title stings an awful amount, especially after the side fielded a weakened team against Turkish in the Copa in order to rest the stars for the end of season run in and suffered a horrible defeat as a result, only then to see that tactic not work and for Turkish to emerge as the Copa victors. The fans and board are quite upset and with tensions already high before the season, this might be the camel that eventually breaks the back, seeing the end of Margot Carbajal Anaya. Though if this is the end, she will be able to take a little joy in that both of these seasons she still managed to guide CAP into title contention while Tani languished behind, as Hellinic Rouge scooped up third, leaving Tanrısal miserable in fifth. However if any club has to feel hard done by, it is Galatica, who had a magnificent season only to see their Globe Cup snatched from them in the Copa Final, losing the match and spot to Turkish, despite their fifth place finish.

At the other end of the table, only Targas City proved that it was not quite capable of sustaining their top flight standard of the promoted teams, with the Citizens finishing dead last and ten points off the pace needed to survive the season. That Riis survived comes as no huge surprise, though they only did finishing at the seventeenth spot and only four points ahead of the drop, though that Aleine United did is a bit of surprise with their aging squad and lack in the way of ability to attract foreign talent of any note. This fifteenth place finish might just signal a new age for the Knights, though that is a bit presumptuous before we get to see how the SuperLiga squads fare in the transfer market. If Aleine is able to convince even two halfway decent players into their squad, it will be a good sign for one of the oldest clubs in the nation. However if Riis and Aleine survived then it came at the expense of two already well situated SuperLiga teams, with Evenfar and Tyrysier both seeing their luck finally running out, though not to much surprise. The question for the two clubs is can they hold on to their foreign talent for a season or two to get back into the topflight or will they decide to vault from the sinking clubs?

Copa Real
@ Stade de Torgos, Torgos
Baskita FC 1-1(1-1 AET)[3-0 PKs] CA Paulinthal

SuperLiga
Pos Team                    P   W   D   L For  Ag  +/- Pts
1 Baskita FC 38 25 7 6 73 35 +38 82 Champions
2 CA Paulinthal 38 23 9 6 83 39 +44 78 CC
3 Hellinic Rouge 38 22 7 9 68 36 +32 73 GC
4 Tanrısal 38 20 10 8 88 52 +36 70 GC

5 Galatica 38 20 9 9 81 51 +30 69
6 Stein-los Turkish 38 16 11 11 69 58 +11 59 GC
7 Lunas FC 38 16 9 13 50 43 +7 57
8 Santos Luega 38 16 7 15 66 63 +3 55
9 Stilinkeep FC 38 14 12 12 42 37 +5 54
10 Paulinthal FC 38 15 9 14 52 63 -11 54
11 Club Stein-los 38 14 11 13 55 53 +2 53
12 Peynol-Lunas 38 13 11 14 53 57 -4 50
13 Fetherdron United 38 14 4 20 51 59 -8 46
14 Titanderth 38 13 7 18 67 79 -12 46
15 Aleine United 38 11 10 17 52 68 -16 43
16 Duke of the North 38 10 9 19 35 46 -11 39
17 Riis 38 10 5 23 45 87 -42 35
18 Evenfar FC 38 5 16 17 43 74 -31 31 Relegated
19 Tyrysier 38 8 7 23 43 81 -38 31 Relegated
20 Targas City 38 5 10 23 40 75 -35 25 Relegated


SuperLiga 2

Playoff: SC Troubalose 3-1 (3-0, 0-1) RC Sardin, SC Sardin 5-2 (4-1, 1-1) Tulduroc United | SC Troubalose 3-1 SC Sardin

Pos Team                  P   W   D   L For  Ag  +/- Pts
1 Sardin United 42 22 13 7 43 19 +24 79 Champions
2 SC Myrkan 42 23 9 10 51 31 +20 78 Promoted

3 SC Troubalose 42 21 10 11 58 38 +20 73 Playoff
4 SC Sardin 42 21 7 14 76 61 +15 70 Playoff
5 Tulduroc United 42 18 15 9 48 29 +19 69 Playoff
6 RC Sardin 42 17 14 11 52 44 +8 65 Playoff

7 Celesthem FC 42 18 10 14 54 51 +3 64
8 FC Myrkan 42 18 8 16 50 43 +7 62
9 Athletic Sutra 42 16 11 15 46 51 -5 59
10 Myrtha Dalin 42 17 7 18 63 61 +2 58
11 Mytos-Turin 42 14 15 13 34 29 +5 57
12 Avidë 42 14 12 16 50 50 +0 54
13 SC Filwarfin 42 15 7 20 49 53 -4 52
14 Leyton Peynol 42 14 9 19 45 63 -18 51
15 Cilinas FC 42 12 14 16 50 61 -11 50
16 Isnat'pa United 42 12 13 17 34 37 -3 49
17 Stradirù 42 11 16 15 29 39 -10 49
18 Druidists 42 11 15 16 38 50 -12 48
19 Arthiana-bas 42 12 12 18 50 63 -13 48
20 FC Belja 42 11 14 17 52 54 -2 47 Relegated
21 Aratha Metz 42 12 10 20 28 40 -12 46 Relegated
22 Haslief 42 9 7 26 58 91 -33 34 Relegated


SuperLiga 3

Playoff: Renaitiz 2-4 (2-0, 0-4) OS Anax, Targas United 1-0 (1-0, 0-0) | Targas United 1-0 OS Anax

Pos Team                  P   W   D   L For  Ag  +/- Pts
1 FC Felaton 42 29 6 7 83 42 +41 93 Champions
2 Lìjû 42 24 10 8 67 35 +32 82 Promoted

3 Renaitiz 42 21 8 13 59 40 +19 71 Playoff
4 Targas United 42 20 11 11 41 26 +15 71 Playoff
5 Darom United 42 19 12 11 48 44 +4 69 Playoff
6 OS Anax 42 18 8 16 76 68 +8 62 Playoff

7 SC Dendros 42 17 11 14 54 46 +8 62
8 Real Troubalose 42 17 10 15 39 32 +7 61
9 Altanley United 42 17 10 15 40 37 +3 61
10 Pendera 42 16 13 13 31 29 +2 61
11 St. Galaxia 42 18 6 18 47 48 -1 60
12 Aleine FC 42 16 11 15 54 46 +8 59
13 Tarrows 42 16 8 18 47 45 +2 56
14 Tharg-calan 42 15 8 19 51 69 -18 53
15 Torgos City 42 14 10 18 54 61 -7 52
16 Cape Jark 42 14 10 18 30 39 -9 52
17 Peixe 42 14 8 20 60 82 -22 50
18 Hyan FC 42 12 12 18 28 40 -12 48
19 Harklaoff 42 12 11 19 36 56 -20 47
20 Uriz 42 8 15 19 26 37 -11 39
21 Orasul 42 8 14 20 27 50 -23 38
22 Seletal FC 42 6 10 26 21 47 -26 28


Copa de La Luna
Holders ~ Baskita FC
Broadcasts start at the Round of Sixteen due to regional restrictions

Round of Sixteen
Druidists 1-0 St. Galaxia
Stein-los Turkish 1-0 SC Troubalose
Galatica 2-0 FC Myrkan
Fetherdron United 2-0 Tyrysier
Hellinic Rouge 1-2 Baskita FC
Sardin United
3-0 Haslief
Athletic Sutra 0-0(1-0 AET) Titanderth
SC Sardin 1-1(1-2 AET) CA Paulinthal

Quarterfinals
Druidists 0-1 Sardin United
Galatica
1-0 Baskita FC
Athletic Sutra 0-3 Fetherdron United
CA Paulinthal 0-5 Stein-los Turkish

Semifinals
Stein-los Turkish 2-0 Fetherdron United
Galatica 0-0(1-0 AET) Sardin United

Final
@ Stadium of the Moon, Lunas
Stein-los Turkish 2-1 Galatica

Team of the Season
GK: Patrik Horčička, Baskita FC
RB: Linka Polak, Baskita FC
CB: Þorvaldur Oddsson, Hellinic Rouge
CB: Jana Matić, Stilinkeep FC
LB: Image Jospeh Aguas-Lauzirika, CA Paulinthal
RW: Image Caolan Coveny, Tanrısal
MC: Image Jean-Marie Bentacur, Baskita FC
AMC: Image Sander Balliol, Tanrısal
LW: Image Matt Payne, Galatica
ST: Image Karena Foran, Hellinic Rouge
ST: Image Ragnar Targaryen, CA Paulinthal

Player of the Season
1) Image Ariadne Shroveday, Baskita FC (12 goals, 9 assists)
2) Image Ragnar Targaryen, CA Paulinthal (33 goals, 14 assists)
3) Patrik Horčička, Baskita FC (12 clean sheets)

Golden Boot
1) Image Ragnar Targaryen, CA Paulinthal (33 goals)
2) Image Karena Foran, Hellinic Rouge (22 goals)
3) Image Adam Pinto Tanrısal (21 goals)

Foreigner of the Year
1) Image Ariadne Shroveday, Baskita FC (12 goals, 9 assists)
2) Image Ragnar Targaryen, CA Paulinthal (33 goals, 14 assists)
3) Image Adam Pinto Tanrısal (21, 7 assists goals)

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Season 1986


-Summary To Come Later-

Copa Real
@Stade de Torgos, Torgos
Baskita FC 1-1(1-1 AET)[2-3 PKs] Stein-los Turkish

SuperLiga
Pos Team                    P   W   D   L For  Ag  +/- Pts
1 Tanrısal 38 22 7 9 79 56 +23 73 Champions
2 CA Paulinthal 38 20 10 8 72 49 +23 70 CC
3 Lunas FC 38 20 8 10 65 51 +14 68 CC

4 Galatica 38 19 7 12 66 52 +14 64 GC
5 Stein-los Turkish 38 17 12 9 55 39 +16 63 GC
6 Baskita FC 38 17 10 11 70 47 +23 61 GC

7 Paulinthal FC 38 17 5 16 62 61 +1 56
8 Club Stein-los 38 15 10 13 58 51 +7 55
9 Hellinic Rouge 38 12 17 9 54 43 +11 53
10 Santos Luega 38 14 10 14 50 49 +1 52
11 Duke of the North 38 13 13 12 43 46 -3 52
12 Sardin United 38 13 11 14 36 41 -5 50
13 Stilinkeep FC 38 11 13 14 39 39 +0 46
14 Titanderth 38 13 7 18 55 73 -18 46
15 SC Myrkan 38 11 10 17 28 39 -11 43
16 Peynol-Lunas 38 12 6 20 51 64 -13 42
17 Fetherdron United 38 9 14 15 45 55 -10 41
18 Riis 38 9 10 19 49 69 -20 37 Relegated
19 Aleine United 38 9 10 19 46 72 -26 37 Relegated
20 SC Troubalose 38 6 12 20 33 60 -27 30 Relegated


SuperLiga 2

Playoff: Arthiana-bas 4-1 (4-0, 0-1) Isnat'pa United, Mytos Turin 2-0 (1-0, 1-0) Evenfar FC | Arthiana-bas 3-2 Mytos-Turin

Pos Team                  P   W   D   L For  Ag  +/- Pts
1 RC Sardin 42 24 9 9 77 49 +28 81 Champions
2 SC Sardin 42 20 10 12 62 46 +16 70 Promoted

3 Arthiana-bas 42 18 14 10 69 58 +11 68 Playoff
4 Mytos-Turin 42 19 10 13 40 28 +12 67 Playoff
5 Evenfar FC 42 20 7 15 46 42 +4 67 Playoff
6 Isnat'pa United 42 17 15 10 27 22 +5 66 Playoff

7 Myrtha Dalin 42 19 8 15 63 52 +11 65
8 Lìjû 42 17 12 13 56 51 +5 63
9 Celesthem FC 42 17 10 15 55 51 +4 61
10 Targas City 42 17 10 15 53 50 +3 61
11 SC Filwarfin 42 17 10 15 55 53 +2 61
12 Targas United 42 16 11 15 36 32 +4 59
13 Tyrysier 42 16 11 15 58 57 +1 59
14 Druidists 42 15 14 13 44 50 -6 59
15 FC Myrkan 42 16 10 16 51 42 +9 58
16 Tulduroc United 42 15 10 17 38 29 +9 55
17 Athletic Sutra 42 13 15 14 43 48 -5 54
18 Cilinas FC 42 14 7 21 39 55 -16 49
19 FC Felaton 42 10 13 19 44 62 -18 43
20 Avidë 42 9 13 20 36 50 -14 40 Relegated
21 Stradirù 42 7 12 23 28 53 -25 33 Relegated
22 Leyton Peynol 42 6 9 27 35 75 -40 27 Relegated


SuperLiga 3

Playoff: Tarrows 5-3 (4-1, 1-2) Hyan FC, Aratha Metz 2-3 (2-0, 0-3) Torgos City | Tarrows 0-1 Torgos City

Pos Team                  P   W   D   L For  Ag  +/- Pts
1 Aleine FC 42 27 6 9 65 41 +24 87 Champions
2 FC Belja 42 22 12 8 73 43 +30 78 Promoted

3 Tarrows 42 22 11 9 61 36 +25 77 Playoff
4 Aratha Metz 42 22 4 16 46 34 +12 70 Playoff
5 Torgos City 42 20 9 13 63 41 +22 69 Playoff
6 Hyan FC 42 18 14 10 44 36 +8 68 Playoff

7 Pendera 42 20 7 15 37 27 +10 67
8 OS Anax 42 19 9 14 62 55 +7 66
9 Haslief 42 18 7 17 72 67 +5 61
10 St. Galaxia 42 18 7 17 46 50 -4 61
11 Harklaoff 42 15 11 16 53 60 -7 56
12 Real Troubalose 42 14 13 15 35 36 -1 55
13 Peixe 42 15 9 18 52 64 -12 54
14 Renaitiz 42 15 7 20 33 41 -8 52
15 Tharg-calan 42 13 12 17 54 64 -10 51
16 Cape Jark 42 13 11 18 31 38 -7 50
17 Darom United 42 14 8 20 40 51 -11 50
18 SC Dendros 42 14 6 22 49 65 -16 48
19 Uriz 42 12 8 22 30 40 -10 44
20 Orasul 42 10 11 21 36 59 -23 41
21 Seletal FC 42 8 16 18 27 42 -15 40
22 Altanley United 42 11 6 25 27 46 -19 39


Championship Playoff: Tanrısal 4-2 (3-1, 1-1) Lìjû, Lunas FC 2-3 (2-2, 0-1) Baskita FC | Baskita FC 2-0 Tanrısal

Central Pargis
Pos Team                    P   W   D   L For  Ag  +/- Pts
1 Baskita FC 30 21 3 6 46 21 +25 66 Champions
2 Galatica 30 16 9 5 61 29 +32 57
3 Tyrysier 30 17 5 8 43 20 +23 56
4 Riis 30 15 7 8 48 20 +28 52
5 RC Sardin 30 15 6 9 37 29 +8 51
6 Torgos City 30 12 10 8 31 26 +5 46
7 SC Sardin 30 11 12 7 32 29 +3 45
8 Fetherdron United 30 11 9 10 39 35 +4 42
9 Targas City 30 11 9 10 37 37 +0 42
10 Aratha Metz 30 10 7 13 31 39 -8 37
11 Targas United 30 10 6 14 23 35 -12 36
12 Avidë 30 10 5 15 27 34 -7 35
13 FC Felaton 30 9 7 14 28 37 -9 34
14 Peixe 30 10 3 17 32 41 -9 33
15 Tarrows 30 4 5 21 18 61 -43 17
16 St. Galaxia 30 3 7 20 15 55 -40 16


Peynol
Pos Team                    P   W   D   L For  Ag  +/- Pts
1 Lìjû 30 20 5 5 46 20 +26 65 Champions
2 Titanderth 30 18 6 6 53 17 +36 60
3 Myrtha Dalin 30 18 6 6 45 18 +27 60
4 FC Belja 30 15 9 6 44 23 +21 54
5 Duke of the North 30 13 12 5 38 29 +9 51
6 Mytos-Turin 30 13 8 9 32 29 +3 47
7 Leyton Peynol 30 12 9 9 37 37 +0 45
8 Stilinkeep FC 30 11 10 9 30 21 +9 43
9 SC Dendros 30 12 5 13 32 32 +0 41
10 Orasul 30 12 5 13 36 39 -3 41
11 Tulduroc United 30 10 10 10 26 28 -2 40
12 Pendera 30 9 9 12 27 39 -12 36
13 Hyan FC 30 7 10 13 23 38 -15 31
14 Altanley United 30 5 4 21 20 51 -31 19
15 Darom United 30 3 7 20 20 53 -33 16
16 Isnat'pa United 30 3 3 24 26 61 -35 12


Pargis-Peynol
Pos Team                  P   W   D   L For  Ag  +/- Pts
1 Lunas FC 30 21 6 3 54 20 +34 69 Champions
2 Peynol-Lunas 30 20 4 6 66 27 +39 64
3 SC Troubalose 30 19 6 5 51 22 +29 63
4 Evenfar FC 30 17 10 3 57 21 +36 61
5 Celesthem FC 30 17 7 6 45 25 +20 58
6 Hellinic Rouge 30 16 9 5 53 23 +30 57
7 Cilinas FC 30 12 7 11 39 31 +8 43
8 Real Troubalose 30 11 8 11 39 33 +6 41
9 Arthiana-bas 30 9 6 15 36 48 -12 33
10 SC Filwarfin 30 8 8 14 33 43 -10 32
11 Haslief 30 8 7 15 24 42 -18 31
12 Seletal FC 30 7 7 16 27 47 -20 28
13 Tharg-calan 30 7 6 17 17 43 -26 27
14 Uriz 30 7 5 18 22 46 -24 26
15 Renaitiz 30 2 12 16 19 56 -37 18
16 Cape Jark 30 4 2 24 13 68 -55 14


South Pargis
Pos Team                    P   W   D   L For  Ag  +/- Pts
1 Tanrısal 30 21 6 3 49 17 +32 69 Champions
2 CA Paulinthal 30 15 9 6 50 27 +23 54
3 Aleine United 30 14 9 7 40 34 +6 51
4 Club Stein-los 30 13 11 6 42 28 +14 50
5 SC Myrkan 30 13 8 9 42 25 +17 47
6 Stein-los Turkish 30 14 5 11 48 32 +16 47
7 Santos Luega 30 12 9 9 40 30 +10 45
8 Sardin United 30 13 6 11 41 36 +5 45
9 Paulinthal FC 30 10 10 10 35 34 +1 40
10 Stradirù 30 11 5 14 25 30 -5 38
11 Aleine FC 30 10 8 12 29 40 -11 38
12 FC Myrkan 30 9 10 11 36 39 -3 37
13 Druidists 30 9 8 13 32 40 -8 35
14 Athletic Sutra 30 7 6 17 30 50 -20 27
15 Harklaoff 30 5 7 18 21 51 -30 22
16 OS Anax 30 2 7 21 16 63 -47 13


Copa de La Luna
Holders ~ Stein-los Turkish
Broadcasts start at the Round of Sixteen due to regional restrictions

Round of Sixteen
Celesthem FC 3-2 Tanrısal
Lunas FC 2-4 Baskita FC
Cape Jark 1-5 Galatica
Tarrows 2-3 SC Filwarfin
Paulinthal FC
2-1 Sardin United
Arthiana-Bas 1-0 Peixe
Stein-los Turkish 1-1(2-1 AET) CA Paulinthal
Athletic Sutra 0-1 Darom United

Quarterfinals
Celesthem FC 1-1(1-1 AET)[2-1 PKs] Stein-los Turkish
Baskita FC 4-0 Paulinthal FC
Arthiana-Bas 1-1(3-1 AET) Darom United
SC Filwarfin 0-2 Galatica

Semifinals
Baskita FC 0-2 Celesthem FC
Galatica
1-0 Arthiana-Bas

Final
@ Stadium of the Moon, Lunas
Celesthem FC 0-1 Galatica

-Awards To Be Announced Later-
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Season 1987


-Summary To Come Later-

Copa Real
@Stade de Torgos, Torgos
Tanrısal 3-1 Galatica

SuperLiga
Pos Team                    P   W   D   L For  Ag  +/- Pts
1 Tanrısal 38 22 7 9 87 45 +42 73 Champions
2 CA Paulinthal 38 18 14 6 71 41 +30 68 CC
3 Hellinic Rouge 38 18 11 9 56 50 +6 65 CC

4 Baskita FC 38 19 6 13 53 49 +4 63 GC
5 Stein-los Turkish 38 17 9 12 62 44 +18 60 GC
6 Paulinthal FC 38 16 11 11 73 52 +21 59 GC

7 Duke of the North 38 15 13 10 39 33 +6 58
8 Club Stein-los 38 14 12 12 49 47 +2 54
9 Santos Luega 38 14 11 13 61 58 +3 53
10 Sardin United 38 15 8 15 47 48 -1 53
11 Lunas FC 38 15 7 16 69 70 -1 52
12 Galatica 38 13 10 15 51 50 +1 49
13 Peynol-Lunas 38 12 11 15 55 44 +11 47
14 SC Sardin 38 14 5 19 49 70 -21 47
15 Titanderth 38 13 8 17 60 82 -22 47
16 RC Sardin 38 10 13 15 55 70 -15 43
17 Fetherdron United 38 11 10 17 47 68 -21 43
18 SC Myrkan 38 9 12 17 32 40 -8 39 Relegated
19 Stilinkeep FC 38 7 13 18 26 47 -21 34 Relegated
20 Arthiana-bas 38 9 7 22 41 75 -34 34 Relegated


SuperLiga 2

Playoff: Myrtha Dalin 3-1(2-0) Tyrysier, Evenfar FC 4-3(3-1) Aleine United | Myrtha Dalin 2-0 Evenfar FC

Pos Team                  P   W   D   L For  Ag  +/- Pts
1 SC Troubalose 42 22 7 13 54 38 +16 73 Champions
2 Lìjû 42 21 7 14 55 45 +10 70 Promoted

3 Myrtha Dalin 42 19 12 11 56 44 +12 69 Playoff
4 Evenfar FC 42 18 13 11 62 59 +3 67 Playoff
5 Aleine United 42 20 5 17 84 63 +21 65 Playoff
6 Tyrysier 42 18 11 13 70 51 +19 65 Playoff

7 Tulduroc United 42 17 12 13 37 35 +2 63
8 Torgos City 42 17 11 14 60 46 +14 62
9 Riis 42 15 15 12 67 57 +10 60
10 Athletic Sutra 42 17 9 16 67 62 +5 60
11 FC Belja 42 15 14 13 63 54 +9 59
12 Cilinas FC 42 17 8 17 54 47 +7 59
13 Mytos-Turin 42 16 9 17 30 35 -5 57
14 FC Myrkan 42 16 9 17 48 61 -13 57
15 Targas City 42 15 9 18 53 58 -5 54
16 Aleine FC 42 14 11 17 47 57 -10 53
17 Druidists 42 14 8 20 40 52 -12 50
18 Isnat'pa United 42 11 16 15 23 30 -7 49
19 SC Filwarfin 42 11 15 16 43 58 -15 48
20 FC Felaton 42 12 10 20 55 78 -23 46 Relegated
21 Targas United 42 11 10 21 23 42 -19 43 Relegated
22 Celesthem FC 42 10 11 21 45 64 -19 41 Relegated


SuperLiga 3

Playoff: Leyton Peynol 3-1(3-0) Orasul, Renaitiz 1-2(1-1) Stradirù | Leyton Peynol 0-1 Stradirù

Pos Team                  P   W   D   L For  Ag  +/- Pts
1 Haslief 42 24 11 7 77 45 +32 83 Champions
2 OS Anax 42 20 12 10 57 49 +8 72 Promoted

3 Leyton Peynol 42 19 13 10 63 39 +24 70 Playoff
4 Renaitiz 42 18 14 10 45 36 +9 68 Playoff
5 Stradirù 42 18 13 11 47 33 +14 67 Playoff
6 Orasul 42 17 15 10 38 26 +12 66 Playoff

7 Tarrows 42 18 10 14 48 38 +10 64
8 Cape Jark 42 18 10 14 36 34 +2 64
9 Aratha Metz 42 17 11 14 46 34 +12 62
10 Real Troubalose 42 16 11 15 29 36 -7 59
11 Darom United 42 15 11 16 33 34 -1 56
12 Hyan FC 42 15 11 16 28 37 -9 56
13 Tharg-calan 42 15 8 19 52 60 -8 53
14 SC Dendros 42 13 13 16 44 44 +0 52
15 Seletal FC 42 14 10 18 26 36 -10 52
16 Peixe 42 13 13 16 47 61 -14 52
17 Harklaoff 42 11 17 14 45 52 -7 50
18 St. Galaxia 42 12 13 17 34 43 -9 49
19 Pendera 42 12 12 18 26 36 -10 48
20 Avidë 42 10 15 17 46 50 -4 45
21 Altanley United 42 8 12 22 27 46 -19 36
22 Uriz 42 5 13 24 20 45 -25 28


Championship Playoff: Hellinic Rouge 4-1(4-0) Myrtha Dalin, Tyrysier 2-3(1-1) CA Paulinthal | Hellinic Rouge 4-3 CA Paulinthal

Central Pargis
Pos Team                    P   W  D   L For  Ag  +/- Pts
1 Tyrysier 30 21 6 3 48 25 +23 69 Champions
2 SC Sardin 30 20 2 8 50 33 +17 62
3 Galatica 30 16 10 4 52 18 +34 58
4 Baskita FC 30 15 9 6 40 19 +21 54
5 RC Sardin 30 14 10 6 37 22 +15 52
6 Riis 30 14 7 9 41 25 +16 49
7 Torgos City 30 12 9 9 40 35 +5 45
8 Targas City 30 11 9 10 34 31 +3 42
9 Fetherdron United 30 11 6 13 28 34 -6 39
10 Aratha Metz 30 10 9 11 23 33 -10 39
11 Avidë 30 9 10 11 29 32 -3 37
12 Peixe 30 8 5 17 30 46 -16 29
13 Targas United 30 6 9 15 26 37 -11 27
14 FC Felaton 30 5 9 16 25 47 -22 24
15 Tarrows 30 5 5 20 32 55 -23 20
16 St. Galaxia 30 3 5 22 22 65 -43 14


Peynol
Pos Team                    P   W  D   L For  Ag  +/- Pts
1 Myrtha Dalin 30 18 6 6 49 22 +27 60 Champions
2 Titanderth 30 16 9 5 58 25 +33 57
3 Stilinkeep FC 30 17 6 7 49 27 +22 57
4 Duke of the North 30 16 8 6 45 24 +21 56
5 FC Belja 30 14 10 6 43 27 +16 52
6 Mytos-Turin 30 14 9 7 40 27 +13 51
7 Leyton Peynol 30 14 6 10 50 37 +13 48
8 Tulduroc United 30 13 7 10 39 28 +11 46
9 Lìjû 30 12 9 9 45 34 +11 45
10 SC Dendros 30 11 6 13 31 38 -7 39
11 Orasul 30 9 10 11 32 41 -9 37
12 Pendera 30 9 3 18 24 48 -24 30
13 Darom United 30 7 7 16 23 47 -24 28
14 Hyan FC 30 7 5 18 21 44 -23 26
15 Altanley United 30 5 4 21 19 48 -29 19
16 Isnat'pa United 30 2 7 21 16 67 -51 13


Pargis-Peynol
Pos Team                  P   W   D   L For  Ag  +/- Pts
1 Hellinic Rouge 30 23 3 4 73 17 +56 72 Champions
2 Lunas FC 30 23 3 4 70 22 +48 72
3 Evenfar FC 30 19 7 4 47 18 +29 64
4 SC Filwarfin 30 17 5 8 42 23 +19 56
5 Real Troubalose 30 16 8 6 45 32 +13 56
6 SC Troubalose 30 15 8 7 56 29 +27 53
7 Peynol-Lunas 30 14 11 5 52 29 +23 53
8 Celesthem FC 30 15 3 12 39 25 +14 48
9 Cilinas FC 30 14 5 11 42 42 +0 47
10 Seletal FC 30 7 10 13 28 40 -12 31
11 Haslief 30 6 8 16 26 50 -24 26
12 Renaitiz 30 5 6 19 21 53 -32 21
13 Tharg-calan 30 5 5 20 24 60 -36 20
14 Uriz 30 4 8 18 19 58 -39 20
15 Arthiana-bas 30 4 4 22 20 61 -41 16
16 Cape Jark 30 4 4 22 18 63 -45 16


South Pargis
Pos Team                    P   W   D   L For  Ag  +/- Pts
1 CA Paulinthal 30 20 5 5 63 21 +42 65 Champions
2 Santos Luega 30 18 7 5 42 24 +18 61
3 Sardin United 30 16 9 5 42 25 +17 57
4 Tanrısal 30 16 7 7 42 26 +16 55
5 Club Stein-los 30 14 10 6 44 26 +18 52
6 Stein-los Turkish 30 13 11 6 42 28 +14 50
7 Paulinthal FC 30 14 7 9 43 33 +10 49
8 Aleine United 30 12 10 8 37 29 +8 46
9 FC Myrkan 30 11 8 11 37 30 +7 41
10 SC Myrkan 30 12 5 13 37 38 -1 41
11 Druidists 30 11 7 12 39 36 +3 40
12 Aleine FC 30 9 7 14 24 35 -11 34
13 Stradirù 30 5 9 16 24 44 -20 24
14 Harklaoff 30 4 5 21 11 61 -50 17
15 Athletic Sutra 30 3 7 20 15 46 -31 16
16 OS Anax 30 3 4 23 19 59 -40 13


Copa de La Luna
Holders ~ Galatica
Broadcasts start at the Round of Sixteen due to regional restrictions

Round of Sixteen
Sardin United 1-1(2-1 AET) Tyrysier
Aratha Metz 1-0 Riis
Cilinas FC 0-4 Fetherdron United
Peynol-Lunas 2-3 Lunas FC
Stein-los Turkish 0-1 Hellinic Rouge
Club Stein-los
2-2(3-2 AET) Paulinthal FC
Santos Luega 2-1 FC Belja
CA Paulinthal 3-1 Evenfar FC

Quarterfinals
Santos Luega 3-2 Sardin United
Lunas FC 2-2(3-3 AET)[1-3 PKs] Club Stein-los
CA Paulinthal
3-2 Aratha Metz
Hellinic Rouge 2-0 Fetherdron United

Semifinals
Club Stein-los 0-0(0-1 AET) CA Paulinthal
Hellinic Rouge
3-1 Santos Luega

Final
@ Stade de Torgos, Torgos
CA Paulinthal 2-1 Hellinic Rouge

-Awards to be announced later-

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Season 1988


This will be a season to remember for The Hurricane, as CA Paulinthal managed to pull of a domestic double, though the campaign would get off to a very poor start in the Copa Real. In the opening match, they would take the lead against their fierce rivals only to see them storm back with a pair of second half goals to win that season opener. However for Tani, it would be their only real high in a season of major disappointments, as the holders fell all the way fourth with a miserable second half of the season. For CAP though, they seemed to take that loss in the opener as the motivation needed to pull together and have a season that will go down in the history books, if only for the sheer ferocity of their attack. Ragnar lead the way and helped the seaside club hoist their league and cup title, despite some believing that the aging striker had seen their best days come and gone. With CAP at the top and Tani down in fourth, second and third were up for grabs, but it was the unusual suspects of Club Stein-los and Duke of the North who would end up in those respective spots, thanks in large part to singular stand out amazing seasons by their national team caliber players.

The rise of The Dukes and The Dressors though meant that some of the big clubs had to slip further down the table and that is exactly what happened with Baskita, Galatica, Turkish, and Hellinic, all who saw themselves slip far further down the table than what they had been accustomed to. For Hellinic and Turkish, that slide will be quite detrimental, as they both will miss out on UICA football next season, making the already difficult task of attracting the best talent from across the lands into the clubs that much more challenging. The drop was more or less as expected with two of the three Sardin clubs propping up the rest of the table, however the minor surprise comes in that Peynol-Lunas will be hitting the drop, as just a few seasons back they had built a squad that was contesting for Globe Cup spots. However the inability to rebuild the roster once those players had aged beyond good competition sees their unlikely demise to the second tier of the pyramid once more.

Copa Real
@Stade de Torgos, Torgos
Tanrısal 2-1 CA Paulinthal

SuperLiga
Pos Team                    P   W   D   L For  Ag  +/- Pts
1 CA Paulinthal 38 23 4 11 88 56 +32 73 Champions
2 Club Stein-los 38 20 12 6 72 40 +32 72 CC
3 Duke of the North 38 20 9 9 42 28 +14 69 CC

4 Tanrısal 38 20 8 10 80 46 +34 68 GC
5 Baskita FC 38 19 11 8 75 45 +30 68 GC
6 Galatica 38 16 11 11 59 55 +4 59 GC

7 Hellinic Rouge 38 16 10 12 64 46 +18 58
8 Stein-los Turkish 38 15 9 14 56 57 -1 54
9 Lìjû 38 14 11 13 49 56 -7 53
10 Fetherdron United 38 14 9 15 57 63 -6 51
11 Myrtha Dalin 38 13 11 14 55 63 -8 50
12 Lunas FC 38 13 10 15 54 53 +1 49
13 SC Troubalose 38 12 13 13 40 43 -3 49
14 Santos Luega 38 12 12 14 56 54 +2 48
15 Sardin United 38 12 11 15 47 44 +3 47
16 Paulinthal FC 38 11 10 17 50 65 -15 43
17 Titanderth 38 13 4 21 65 88 -23 43
18 Peynol-Lunas 38 10 8 20 42 61 -19 38 Relegated
19 RC Sardin 38 9 6 23 41 80 -39 33 Relegated
20 SC Sardin 38 3 11 24 45 94 -49 20 Relegated


SuperLiga 2

Playoff: Tyrysier 2-0(2-0) Stilinkeep FC, Evenfar FC 5-3(3-0) Arthiana-bas | Tyrysier 2-1 Evenfar FC

Pos Team                  P   W   D   L For  Ag  +/- Pts
1 Aleine United 42 23 10 9 75 42 +33 79 Champions
2 SC Filwarfin 42 22 12 8 63 42 +21 78 Promoted

3 Tyrysier 42 23 7 12 59 47 +12 76 Playoff
4 Evenfar FC 42 21 10 11 65 45 +20 73 Playoff
5 Arthiana-bas 42 20 9 13 69 53 +16 69 Playoff
6 Stilinkeep FC 42 19 10 13 53 40 +13 67 Playoff

7 Tulduroc United 42 17 13 12 44 27 +17 64
8 Mytos-Turin 42 16 14 12 36 31 +5 62
9 Haslief 42 16 12 14 72 67 +5 60
10 FC Myrkan 42 16 11 15 50 49 +1 59
11 FC Belja 42 17 8 17 59 60 -1 59
12 SC Myrkan 42 15 13 14 39 39 +0 58
13 Cilinas FC 42 15 12 15 53 51 +2 57
14 Isnat'pa United 42 14 12 16 30 41 -11 54
15 Riis 42 12 17 13 60 54 +6 53
16 Athletic Sutra 42 13 12 17 58 71 -13 51
17 Targas City 42 11 15 16 51 55 -4 48
18 Torgos City 42 13 9 20 54 63 -9 48
19 Stradirù 42 10 11 21 26 42 -16 41
20 OS Anax 42 10 8 24 52 95 -43 38 Relegated
21 Aleine FC 42 9 10 23 48 69 -21 37 Relegated
22 Druidists 42 7 11 24 36 69 -33 32 Relegated


SuperLiga 3

Playoff: Tarrows 4-2(3-0) Aratha Metz, Avidë 3-0(2-0) St. Galaxia | Tarrows 2-5 Avidë

Pos Team                  P   W   D   L For  Ag  +/- Pts
1 Celesthem FC 42 24 11 7 68 34 +34 83 Champions
2 Targas United 42 23 12 7 42 23 +19 81 Promoted

3 Tarrows 42 17 19 6 60 45 +15 70 Playoff
4 Avidë 42 19 12 11 60 41 +19 69 Playoff
5 St. Galaxia 42 19 12 11 46 38 +8 69 Playoff
6 Aratha Metz 42 20 8 14 49 34 +15 68 Playoff

7 Peixe 42 20 7 15 67 50 +17 67
8 Hyan FC 42 18 12 12 34 29 +5 66
9 Renaitiz 42 19 9 14 35 34 +1 66
10 Real Troubalose 42 17 13 12 33 27 +6 64
11 Leyton Peynol 42 17 11 14 57 48 +9 62
12 Pendera 42 17 7 18 29 31 -2 58
13 FC Felaton 42 17 3 22 45 55 -10 54
14 Tharg-calan 42 14 10 18 44 48 -4 52
15 Cape Jark 42 14 9 19 25 32 -7 51
16 Altanley United 42 15 6 21 31 40 -9 51
17 Darom United 42 14 8 20 31 37 -6 50
18 SC Dendros 42 12 12 18 44 58 -14 48
19 Orasul 42 12 10 20 25 39 -14 46
20 Harklaoff 42 12 9 21 42 69 -27 45
21 Seletal FC 42 4 16 22 15 43 -28 28
22 Uriz 42 7 6 29 12 39 -27 27


Championship Playoff: FC Belja 2-1(1-1) CA Paulinthal, Baskita FC 5-2(4-1) Lunas FC | FC Belja 1-4 Baskita FC

Central Pargis
Pos Team                    P   W   D   L For  Ag  +/- Pts
1 Baskita FC 30 21 4 5 57 21 +36 67 Champions
2 Galatica 30 19 7 4 61 24 +37 64
3 Riis 30 18 3 9 51 33 +18 57
4 Avidë 30 15 7 8 38 39 -1 52
5 RC Sardin 30 13 11 6 49 25 +24 50
6 SC Sardin 30 13 10 7 40 29 +11 49
7 Torgos City 30 13 7 10 36 31 +5 46
8 Tyrysier 30 12 8 10 51 27 +24 44
9 Targas United 30 12 6 12 30 34 -4 42
10 Fetherdron United 30 9 9 12 38 39 -1 36
11 St. Galaxia 30 9 5 16 30 55 -25 32
12 Targas City 30 7 8 15 23 35 -12 29
13 FC Felaton 30 7 8 15 28 41 -13 29
14 Aratha Metz 30 5 10 15 22 43 -21 25
15 Tarrows 30 6 5 19 26 62 -36 23
16 Peixe 30 4 6 20 16 58 -42 18


Peynol
Pos Team                    P   W   D   L For  Ag  +/- Pts
1 FC Belja 30 22 3 5 55 25 +30 69 Champions
2 Titanderth 30 15 9 6 54 33 +21 54
3 Lìjû 30 16 6 8 41 20 +21 54
4 Myrtha Dalin 30 16 6 8 37 23 +14 54
5 Duke of the North 30 14 11 5 40 23 +17 53
6 Stilinkeep FC 30 14 9 7 38 29 +9 51
7 Mytos-Turin 30 13 8 9 50 32 +18 47
8 Tulduroc United 30 12 9 9 41 37 +4 45
9 Leyton Peynol 30 10 12 8 34 28 +6 42
10 SC Dendros 30 10 10 10 35 34 +1 40
11 Orasul 30 10 8 12 24 36 -12 38
12 Hyan FC 30 9 7 14 25 40 -15 34
13 Altanley United 30 6 5 19 15 43 -28 23
14 Pendera 30 7 1 22 16 38 -22 22
15 Darom United 30 3 9 18 24 54 -30 18
16 Isnat'pa United 30 4 5 21 24 58 -34 17


Pargis-Peynol
Pos Team                  P   W  D   L For  Ag  +/- Pts
1 Lunas FC 30 20 6 4 58 25 +33 66 Champions
2 Evenfar FC 30 19 7 4 63 24 +39 64
3 Peynol-Lunas 30 20 2 8 61 31 +30 62
4 Celesthem FC 30 18 5 7 52 27 +25 59
5 Hellinic Rouge 30 17 7 6 64 27 +37 58
6 SC Troubalose 30 18 4 8 53 26 +27 58
7 Real Troubalose 30 16 6 8 52 34 +18 54
8 Cilinas FC 30 14 5 11 32 27 +5 47
9 Arthiana-bas 30 11 3 16 31 56 -25 36
10 SC Filwarfin 30 9 5 16 32 43 -11 32
11 Renaitiz 30 7 7 16 26 49 -23 28
12 Haslief 30 8 4 18 24 50 -26 28
13 Seletal FC 30 7 6 17 25 52 -27 27
14 Tharg-calan 30 7 4 19 20 48 -28 25
15 Uriz 30 6 3 21 22 60 -38 21
16 Cape Jark 30 5 2 23 24 60 -36 17


South Pargis
Pos Team                    P   W   D   L For  Ag  +/- Pts
1 CA Paulinthal 30 17 8 5 51 24 +27 59 Champions
2 Stein-los Turkish 30 16 7 7 51 29 +22 55
3 Tanrısal 30 15 8 7 46 30 +16 53
4 Club Stein-los 30 14 9 7 45 29 +16 51
5 Paulinthal FC 30 13 12 5 43 30 +13 51
6 Sardin United 30 14 9 7 40 29 +11 51
7 Aleine United 30 13 11 6 36 21 +15 50
8 Santos Luega 30 13 8 9 35 29 +6 47
9 FC Myrkan 30 12 9 9 42 30 +12 45
10 SC Myrkan 30 12 7 11 35 32 +3 43
11 Druidists 30 8 10 12 27 34 -7 34
12 Aleine FC 30 7 10 13 30 44 -14 31
13 Stradirù 30 7 7 16 27 40 -13 28
14 Athletic Sutra 30 5 6 19 22 54 -32 21
15 Harklaoff 30 4 8 18 32 67 -35 20
16 OS Anax 30 4 3 23 25 65 -40 15


Copa de La Luna
Holders ~ CA Paulinthal
Broadcasts start at the Round of Sixteen due to regional restrictions

Round of Sixteen
Hellinic Rouge 2-0 Lunas FC
Avidë 0-2 Darom United
Paulinthal FC
1-0 Stilinkeep FC
Riis 1-2 CA Paulinthal
FC Myrkan
1-0 Mytos-Turin
Aleine United 3-1 FC Belja
Peixe 2-2(3-2 AET) Arthiana-Bas
Titanderth 0-1 Tyrysier

Quarterfinals
Paulinthal FC 1-1(1-2 AET) CA Paulinthal
FC Myrkan
1-1(2-1 AET) Darom United
Tyrysier 1-0 Peixe
Hellinic Rouge 1-2 Aleine United

Semifinals
Tyrysier 1-3 CA Paulinthal
Aleine United 1-1(1-4 AET) FC Myrkan

Final
@ Stade de Torgos, Torgos
CA Paulinthal 2-1 FC Myrkan

Team of the Season
GK: Image Korbin Harvey, Duke of the North
RB: Image Tara Hassett, Club Stein-los
CB: Nadine Fenstermacher, Duke of the North
CB: Guðný Ingólfsdóttir, Tanrısal
LB: Image Samuele Iacovelli, Baskita FC
RW: Davorka Čerkez, Hellinic Rouge
MC: Image Jean-Marie Bentacur, Baskita FC
AMC: Image Sander Balliol, Tanrısal
LW: Image Siri Cattalock, CA Paulinthal
ST: Aimée Hétu, Tanrısal
ST: Image Ragnar Targaryen, CA Paulinthal

Player of the Season
1) Image Ragnar Targaryen, CA Paulinthal (28 goals, 11 assists)
2) Image Korbin Harvey, Duke of the North (21 clean sheets)
3) Davorka Čerkez, Hellinic Rouge (8 goals, 14 assists)

Golden Boot
1) Image Ragnar Targaryen, CA Paulinthal (28 goals)
2) Mücahit Aardenburg, Club Stein-los (25 goals)
3) Aimée Hétu, Tanrısal (21 goals)

Foreigner of the Year
1) Image Ragnar Targaryen, CA Paulinthal (28 goals, 11 assists)
2) Image Korbin Harvey, Duke of the North (21 clean sheets)
3) Image Siri Cattalock, CA Paulinthal (7 goals, 12 assists)

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Season 1992 Preview


ST Jonte Bestatter, age 22 (Schottia) -> Tanrısal
LB Matts Pedersen, age 22 (Savojarna) -> Tanrısal
AMC Camila Soria Luna, age 26 (Schottia) -> CA Paulinthal
L/CB Layla Montgomery, age 27 (Cosumar) -> CA Paulinthal
D/MC Evangeline Aschenbach, age 27 (Nephara) -> Baskita FC
A/MC Jakki Montelius, age 22 (Cosumar) -> Hellinic Rouge
MC Riona Parker, age 24 (Brenecia) -> Galatica
LW Sylvie Reynolds, age 23 (Chromatika) -> Galatica
CB Lowen Rosenthal, age 26 (Nephara) -> Galatica
MC Koloman Reaves, age 26 (Nephara) -> Stein-los Turkish
RW/RB Aifric McIver, age 21 (Kita-Hinode) -> Stein-los Turkish
MC Hermaeus Mora, age 23 (Chromatika) -> Club Stein-los
ST Greyson Coulthirst, age 27 (Brenecia) -> Duke of the North
MC Carl Hodge-Malone, age 27 (Eastfield Lodge) -> Duke of the North
CB Odde Aandal, age 26 (Ko-oren) -> Duke of the North
GK Helene Corridan, age 31 (Nephara) -> Duke of the North
RB Tristan Polenz, age 27 (Nephara) -> SC Troubalose
D/MC Katja Christensen, age 27 (Nephara) -> Lìjû
LW Valencia Ashburner, age 29 (Nephara) -> Lìjû
ST Abishai Vestal, age 28 (Nephara) -> Tyrysier
GK Finn Nichols, age 23 (Chromatika) -> Tyrysier
ST Dejan Lindbeck, age 28 (Nephara) -> Aleine United
ST Bruin Goodyouth, age 28 (Nephara) -> SC Filwarfin
MC Jasper Olson, age 29 (Nephara) -> SC Filwarfin


Image Aleine United
Nickname: The Knights
Location: Aleine | Stadium: Xpress Stadium (27,000) | Manager: Kerecsen Szôllôs
Kits: Home & Away

Few remember that Aleine was one of the founding members of the Pasargan footballing pyramid, even if the team seems to bounce back and forth between the first and second tier, which is shown off by their multitude of SuperLiga 2 titles. Despite their status as one of the oldest clubs in the nation, the side finds it difficult to attract top talent to it, having to pick up players that slip through the gaze of the more noteworthy clubs. It's academy has also been historically weak, but the last half decade has seen a bit of revival and that is shown with all but one of the players on their current roster coming through their youth system. Unlike the last time, when they had no genuine threat to scare the opposition with, their pick up of Nepharim striker Dejan Lindbeck has the fans of the club believing that survival might not be out of reach after all. There is still a relegation fight to be had with this club, but they stand a small chance of retaining their top flight status with the strength of their first eleven.

Starting XI: Marót Szölôsy (29); Alexander Fuerst (26), Juliska Szôllôs (27), Márió Szepesy (24), Florian Feierabend (26); Uta Bosch (26), Viva Polgár (25), Dávid Józsa (25), Eric Eberhardt (26); Albert Zarka (23), Image Dejan Lindbeck (28)
Key Reserves: Lukas Kuester (GK, 26), Odön Boross (CB, 25), Vanda Erdélyi (RB, 23), Szevér Bodnár (RW, 22), Zsofia Gyôrfi (ST, 22)

Image Baskita FC
Nickname: Eagles
Location: Torgos | Stadium: Taltron Park (66,000) | Manager: Image John McCormack
Kits: Home & Away

It is clear these days that the idea of Baskita being the second club of the capital are long gone, having surpassed Galatica in all measurable quantities. Add into that mix that Baskita is world renowned for producing some of the best youth products in all of the footballing world, it is clear that the Eagles are in amongst the Pasargan elite. However their overreliance on the youth setup that they have sees the side have periods of title challenges followed by merely fighting for berth into international competition. The hiring of the first foreign manager in Schottia's John McCormack is what the board will be hoping to be a tonic to that inconsistency from year to year and cement the side in the title challenge every year. However he lacks experience and the board are likely going to have to inject some money into the transfer kitty next window if the squad is really going to compete for titles.

Starting XI: Image Raphael Bowbury (31); Image Brennan Durrani (23), Renata Novaković (25), Image Jake Newton (27), Linka Polak (28); Becse Sultés (24), Artus Latourelle (27), Image Evangeline Aschenbach (27), Ádám Berecz (26); Image Xavier Wingfield (32), Image Destiny Blair (30)
Key Reserves: Berto Palerma (GK, 28), Wolfgang Wefel (CB, 34), Kristian Friedmann (LB, 36), Bod Joó (D/MC, 24), Ktisztina Seres (ST, 20)

Image Club Stein-los
Nickname: The Old Club, The Dressers
Location: Stein-los | Stadium: Stein-los Stadium (59,000) | Manager: Image Markus Anderton
Kits: Home & Away

The second oldest club in Pasarga, Club Stein-los was the initial powerhouse in Pasarga having won the top division in five of the first six season of domestic football in the dual islands. Although the Dressers do have ten top flight titles to their name, their last one came six decades ago and they have had to suffer the indignity of watching clubs like Tani and CAP become the premier clubs in the nation. Last season saw a bit of a revival from the squad, with their new Nepharim manager injecting some new ideas into the players and they had a title fight with CAP. The biggest worry for the squad is they lack experience in the backline should any of their starters pick up prolonged injuries or suspensions, with a lot of youthful players there. Overall this squad has been reinforced and in theory should be up among the title contenders once more, especially if their attack can sustain the same pace that they set in the previous season.

Starting XI: Sasa Szatmáry (28); Ciriaco Trevisano (29), Alvisio Pisani (25), Image Eli Al-Cazar (27), Image Tara Hassett (31); Image Adelina Macbeth (31), Matthias Maur (28), Image Hermaeus Mora (23), Image Dominic Ellis (31); Mücahit Aardenburg (28), Zalán Székely (28)
Key Reserves: Edina Szél (GK, 24), Ibolya Takách (LB, 22), Mario Schweitzer (RW, 24), Zizi Lendvai (LW, 24), Borbás Kadosa (MC, 32), Mária Szepes (MC, 26), Ramóna Berta (MC, 24), Éva Mezei (ST, 22)

Image CA Paulinthal
Nickname: The Hurricane, CAP
Location: Paulinthal | Stadium: San Daros (64,000) | Manager: Margot Carbajal Anaya
Kits: Home, Away, & Third

You wouldn't know it now, but CAP has not always been this megaclub that could stand toe to toe with any team in the world and give them a run for their money. CA Paulinthal started as nothing more than a football club founded by a collection of mariners, three years before the PFA would even be formed, in 1896 and would not go on to win their first top division title until 1931. Located on the west side of Paulinthal, CAP built its fanbase around the working class, particular among merchants and mariners, who would carry their tales of the club to the foreign locales that they would frequent for their profession. CAP is recognized as the first formally formed football club in Pasarga and it is perhaps then fitting that it rose through the years to be the best club in the land and one of the best in all of Rushmore, emerging as a power in the early editions of the Copa de Campeones, or Rushmori Champions' League as it was locally known. These days, CAP has enough money and influence to attract even the best players in the world, though their youth academy rivals that of Baskita for producing solid players that can slot into the first team with relative ease.

Last season was a joy to behold for The Hurricane, even if it got off on the wrong foot in the Copa Real against Tani. Margot Anaya showed that despite her age, she still had a few tricks up her sleeve and was able to rally her troops together for a late season surge that saw them rise to the top of the table and be crowned champions once more. However she also managed to juggle the league with the domestic cup, emerging victorious in the Copa de La Luna, and securing the domestic double. Despite her desire to retire, CAP has kept Anaya on for one more season as the board were not able to land a replacement, though the champions did grab some reinforcements to strengthen the spine of the squad. On paper this squad should stroll its way to the title, but matches are not won on paper and who knows if Margot still has the heart to go through another season with the ups and downs that league play can have.

Starting XI: Thorsten Gerber (33); Image Layla Montgomery (27), Image/Image Chadwick Beath (27), Neci Földessy (32), Image Dave Wehlbeck (31); Image/Image Siri Cattalock (27), Kerecsen Benke (28), Image Arjean Jeremiah-Dockson (27), Erik Földessy (24); Jörg Feierabend (31); Image Ragnar Targaryen (33)
Key Reserves: Image Mirijana Zajonic (R/CB, 24), Judit Kádár (CB, 24), Image Atticus Hattingh (LB, 33), Image Breta Glibin (RW, 30), Image Camila Soria Luna (A/MC, 26), Adrián Makai (ST, 25)

Image Duke of the North
Nickname: The Dukes
Location: Isnat'pa | Stadium: Citadel Stadium (25,000) | Manager: Duci Urbán
Kits: Home & Away

If there is a big surprise among the younger clubs who have managed to stay in the top flight, it would have to be Duke of the North, who despite all circumstances that say they should be a second tier side at best but somehow stay a relatively comfortable midtable side despite it all, almost in spite of all the conditions that stand in their way. The Dukes don't have a huge following outside of Pasarga, as their more defensive approach does not win them many fans outside of purists who believe that the matter of victory doesn't mean anything, only that the squad emerges victorious at the end of the ninety minutes. It has worked well for them, even if they do fail to bring in high profile foreign or domestic talent as a result, they are an enigma but their success can not be denied, even managing to win a pair of Copa de La Lunas in the process to fill out the trophy cabinet, in addition to finishing a surprise third last season.

Starting XI: Image Korbin Harvey (33); Rozalia Sebeôk (24), Nadine Fenstermacher (26), Image Odde Aandal (26), Image Sansa Dreyfuss (30); Ursula Möller (27), Image Carl Hodge-Malone (27), Image Keziah Locke (25), Adne Beckers (27); Erik Klug (26), Image Greyson Coulthirst (27)
Key Reserves: Image Helene Corridan (GK, 31), Image Estefany Simms (RB, 22), Juhana Jäntti (LB, 34), Darda Szalai (CB, 22), Image Grene Sharpe (CB, 33), Zsa-zsa Kuncz (LW, 20), Ákos Pálinkás (ST, 24)

Image Fetherdron United
Nickname: The Eagles
Location: Torgos | Stadium: Silverthal (60,000) | Manager: Anđelko Stipanov
Kits: Home & Away

Fetherdron continue to be something of an afterthought in the capital, even if they look to be shaking off the recent decades of being a yo-yo club between the top flight and second tier. Solidifying their position in the top tier might finally get a few more well known names to consider them over the more decorated Galatica or Baskita, as the side continues to play quite an attractive and open style of football. Fans and players want success and assurances that in two years time that the club will not be battling among the second tier once more. Stipanov has done well in their old age to get the club playing well enough to be in the top flight, now he needs to get them to do better and rise up the table. Two twenty year old domestic strikers will help keep options fresh in the attack but the defense looks a bit shallow and could have used some reinforcement in the window.

Starting XI: Image Hishaam Keating (33); Edis Heezen (26), Júlia Kocsis (26), Ulrich Ostermann (27), Anne-Roos van Weert (26); Višeslav Stojanović (25), Image Geri Perrin (32), Markus Szôllôs (29), Đurđa Mihaljević (26); Jana Walter (26), Zoárd Novák (24)
Key Reserves: Leon Poljak (GK, 25), Kasim Gamal Sayegh (MC, 28), Florka Müllner (ST, 20), Angyalka Havasy (ST, 20)

Image Galatica
Nickname: The Galacticos
Location: Torgos | Stadium: Stade de Torgos (90,000) | Manager: Michael Mueller
Kits: Home & Away

If there is one club in Pasarga that thinks quite highly of themselves, it is Galatica, having nicknamed their squad The Galacticos, and continiously going on about how they were the original superclub in the dual islands. The truth is, Galatica is a good club but not near as good as either the club or fans would have you believes. Michael Mueller has turned the squad's fortunes around, taking them from lower mitable stretch to fighting consistently for the ICC places, emphasis on a good attack. Though that is hardly a surprise given his and his cousin both being renowned national team strikers and his aggressive style of play has made the squad more successful but the better sides seem to find the holes in his defenses more often than not. If he could get the players in the back to solidify that, like newly acquired Nepharim Rosenthal, this side could perhaps rise to a title contender.

Starting XI: Liliána Végh (25); Carlo Iadanza (25), Jonas Gottlieb (29), Image Lowen Rosenthal (26), Mihaela Pavlović (25); Image Sylvie Reynolds (23), Image Riona Parker (24), Image Tory Jeanes (32), Malika Földy (28); Brancaleone Arcuri (31), Image Wizstana Iretziia (33)
Key Reserves: Czigany Tolnay (GK, 21), Blanka Gáspár (CB, 22), Image Asmar Parkinson (RB, 34), Anasztaizia Orsós (LB, 21), Dávid Berec (RW, 21), Image Robert Cuellar (MC, 30), Daniek Huijberts (MC, 25), Image Naseem Cross (ST, 26), Kapolcs Deák (ST, 28)

Image Hellinic Rouge
Nickname: The Spartans
Location: Evenfar | Stadium: Spartan Stadium (30,000) | Manager: Tobias Möller
Kits: Home & Away

Despite being one of the younger clubs, Hellinic has made itself quite the force to be reckoned and is routinely finishing among the top six in the league and in the heat of the ICC battles. Having taken on many of the characteristics of its manager, legendary national team striker and manager Tobias Möller, the Spartans use an pressing style of attack to keep their opponents on the wrong foot. There are many in Evenfar who would say that their star man in Fox Charnwood has not been giving a fair shake with their national team, with how productive the striker has been for Hellinic. Some added depth in the middle should keep their midfield fresh and allow for some tactical flexibility from The Spartans, with their young Cosumarite able to play both in the middle of the park and a little further up the pitch as well. There is an air around this team that they have the potential for something great, they just need to string together results and not hit a bad patch as has been their weakness the last few seasons.

Starting XI: Image Dana Hutchins (27); Image Leron Fernandes (29), Image Renato Hargreaves (26), Sameh 'Afif Guirguis (28), Image Eskama Nagi (29); Magdalena Debeljak (26), Image Graziana Din (27), Image Jakki Montelius (22), Davorka Čerkez (27); Image Fox Charnwood (29), Petar Galić (27)
Key Reserves: Szescõ Mezei (GK, 21), Arnþrúður Kristjánsdóttir (RB, 25), Lõrinc Vass (LB, 21), Borsala Máté (CB, 25), Image Martyn Schelzer (CB, 30), Ferike Szôllôssi (LW, 23), Anita Vince (MC, 29), Image LaTimothy Bidaurreta (ST, 33)

Image Lìjû
Nickname: The Blues
Location: Stilinkeep | Stadium: Calabrese Park (29,000) | Manager: Róbert Sághi
Kits: Home & Away

Lìjû is among one of the youngest clubs to make it to the height of the Pasargan pyramid but despite their occasional trips to the top tier, they can never really establish themselves. Like a handful of other sides, there are seasons where they show glimpses of being able to compete at this level, only to completely fall away in the falling season, often getting relegated in the process. Last season was one of the high notes for the Blues, reaching a top half finish and displacing a few of the more traditional powers in the league. There has been a few people brought in to true and strengthen the squad down the spine, but it feels like it might not be enough given how strong the rest of the league has also gotten during the window. While there is talent in the team, there is a big question as to if it is enough to keep them afloat with so much competition to stay up.

Starting XI: Image Bryce Henderson (30); Melanie Ackermann (27), Loránd Erdélyi (25), Image Zilda Beredjiklian (33), Dieter Dresdner (27); Image Valencia Ashburner (29), Mátyás Hegyi (25), Image Katja Christensen (27), Tena Jurić (20); Image Elisabeth Boer (32), René Abend (27)
Key Reserves: Ármin Császár (GK, 25), Image Waseem Biskara (CB, 32), Marton Fábián (RB, 25), Mária Torma (LB, 20), Vicuska Thury (LW, 25), Håkon Gulliksen (MLRC, 34), Dorottya Gaál (MC, 25), Kata Bakó (ST, 25), Juro Marušić (ST, 20)

Image Lunas FC
Nickname: The Moon Warriors
Location: Lunas | Stadium: Stadium of the Moon (84,000) | Manager: Alex Saári
Kits: Home & Away

Lunas is a bit of an enigma, having been one of the oldest clubs with one of the biggest stadiums and in one of the best places in the dual islands to attract top talent to their side. However for all that they have going right for them, the side seems to struggle out of the grip that the midtable has on them, barring the very impressive third place finish that they had a few seasons prior. Some question the tactics, adhering to what many believe to be a completely outdated version of football, in a very rigid 4-4-2 that does not even have a bit of attacking flair or defensive steel put in place to separate it from the tactics of old. It is no surprise then that they missed out on their targets during the summer and are expected once more to be around tenth or so once the season comes to its conclusion.

Starting XI: Image Rosalind Buchanan (28); Jeannet Backus (26), Felix Metzger (29), Rikke Nilsson (26), Boban Groenink (26); Image Ronaldo Vargas (30), Sophie Nagel (27), Image Matt Joanson (31), Image Mathilda Brooks (30); Image Senn Matthams (27), Image Hamlet Jylland (29)
Key Reserves: Eric Kaufmann (GK, 25), Image Hyacinth Surma (RB, 34), Mozes Szôts (LB, 24), Henri Rocheleau (CB, 21), Grégoire Grimard (CB, 31), Lorant Kontz (RW, 24), Jakub Malý (LW, 20), Arnold Jósa (MC, 22), David Schweizer (MC, 25), Gergo Sáry (ST, 22), Zvonimir Čerkez (ST, 25)

Image Myrtha Dalin
Nickname: The Miners, The Silvermen
Location: Stilinkeep | Stadium: Silverton (31,000) | Manager: Natálie Vaňkátová
Kits: Home & Away

Founded by a miner's union, Myrtha Dalin have never been one of the more fanciful sides in Pasargan football, usually seen grinding out results rather than putting on something of a show for the fans. However their supporters usually are drawn from the more blue collar working class of Peynol's second city and they can appreciate the club's approach to getting the job done regardless of how well dressed up it may or may not be. This brand of football seems particularly popular in Nephara and Brenecia, as that is where the Miners get a lot of their foreign players from, which they have a surprising amount of. There is a bit of thrust combined in the steel in the side, who did well to finish just around midtable last season. As with most of the bottom half of the table though, there is very little separating the clubs and they will need to get better defensively from last season if they wish to stay in the SuperLiga for another season.

Starting XI: Image Jasmine Rondel (32); Image Shillelagh Morton (28), Alphonse Bilodeau (25), Donatien Briard (26), Image Eloan Cotton (33); Alco van den Herik (26), Image Beck Pruttan (28), Image Chell Mederow (29), Image Dane Challinor (29); Marie Smetanová (27), Image Bardolph Miller (29)
Key Reserves: Adrián Söröss (GK, 25), Marcelle Pellerin (RB, 26), Regõ Szôllösi (LB, 20), Sabine Rouze (CB, 20), Deco Balázs (RW, 26), Ica Ilka Sebôk (ST, 33)

Image Paulinthal FC
Nickname: The Reds
Location: Paulinthal | Stadium: Seaside Park (27,000) | Manager: Image Jenny McDonald
Kits: Home & Away

When the other two top flight teams in your city are the oldest and most decorated club in the nation and one of the more infamous ones, it's easy to forget that Paulinthal FC exists and has a top flight title to their name as well. After a tumble into the SuperLiga 2, the Reds managed to claw their way back into the topflight and spent last season concentrating on merely surviving the gauntlet that is the SuperLiga fixture list. While never in any real danger of the drop, they were just two spots off of it and knew they needed to make a change to try and breathe some life into the club and maybe draw away some of the eyes that are cast towards The Hurricane or Tecos, so they brought in a young Schottia manager to thrust in some new ideas into the club. At only thirty eight, they are not far from their playing days and not much in the way of experience, but a bit of a shake up could be exactly what the club needs to pull themselves further up the title and attempt to get back into ICC contention.

Starting XI: Image Ciera Carrizo (26); Image Bandar Levy-Sherman (26), Karole Szôllösi (25), Image Brettany Duggan (27), Image Desaree Crouch (27); Image Lena Scuffett (29), Image Monica Quarten (28), Image Ileanna Solberg (26), Nanou Cuppen (26); Katharina Schwarz (27), Image Elis Mitri (26)
Key Reserves: Bod Ferenci (GK, 25), Sandor Kuntz (LB, 22), Irenke Maier (RB, 25), Image Eliana Yotirmoy (CB, 33), Kartal Gál (CB, 22), Roméo van't Veer (AMLR, 34), Najib van Meerendonk (LW, 26), Istvan Szücs (MC, 22), Lenci Szathmáry (MC, 22), Stephan Maier (ST, 23), Melinda Fazekas (ST, 22)

Image Santos Luega
Nickname: The Tecos
Location: Paulinthal | Stadium: Tecos Stadium (47,000) | Manager: Conrad Zamora Solís
Kits: Home & Away

Santos Luega, perhaps the most infamous club in all of Pasarga, with their strict stance of only allowing players of hispanic heritage into the club, though they have been a bit more open the last few years allowing players under the age of 18 to be allowed into the club if born in Paulinthal. Despite the rather small player pool to choose from, the Tecos have never been relegated outside of the top flight of Pasargan football and are something of cult heroes to small portions of the Paulinthal population. The club has been something of a decline this last half decade, sliding further and further away from ICC contention and into the midtable mediocrity, teetering dangerously close to a relegation battle. The outlook is bleak with their national team caliber striker hanging up her boots, yet Solís might have one more trick up his sleeve in his last season in the dugout, announcing that he will be retiring at the end of the season. A top half finish and some promise for this proud if controversial club would definitely be a nice way to see out their long term manager, while playing some beautiful football if they can manage it.

Starting XI: Gillen Cortés Marín (27); Elisandro Franco Alonzo (25), Image Erauso Iburrusteta (27), Darlene Bahena Rubio (27), Margot Carreón Castillo (27); Geraldo Alemán Duarte (27), Lavinia Batista Aranda (26), Hadrian Venegas Preciado (30), Atala Rascón Magana (26); Yoko Corrales Noriega (26), Anacleto Paz Briseño (26)
Key Reserves: Dafna Godoy Sosa (GK, 22), Raynaldo Puga Burgos (RB, 24), Cripín Montanez Delgado (LB, 34), Anelisa Armijo Díaz (CB, 26), Fortuna Alemán Alaniz (RW, 21), Juanma Urías Zarate (LW, 22), Georges Cervántez Guardado (MC, 25), Giulianna Cuellar Montalvo (MC, 22), Oriel Villagómez Acuna (ST, 24)

Image Sardin United
Nickname: Riversiders, Gold-Blues
Location: Sardin | Stadium: East River Stadium (27,000) | Manager: Kelemen Takáts
Kits: Home & Away

Despite a bit of a small stature, Sardin United seems to becoming a mainstay in the top flight,and playing some very solid football in the process. Being the club that produced Juhana Jäntti, there is obviously some potential in the academy and the greater Sardin area, proven by the fact that the cities' three biggest clubs were all in the SuperLiga last season. However the Riversiders have been the side to emerge as the side with the most steel in the gut to withstand the tenacity of the league, having a solid defensive line that keeps the side in most matches. However in all their years in the SuperLiga, it has been finding a striker with consistent form that has kept them from pushing into consistent top half finishers. That appears to be the case still and the outlook is not good for the Gold-Blues to stay up, not without some standout performances from unexpected sources.

Starting XI: Image Kirk Mohsin (27); Kristof Lakatos (24), Alvisio Mancini (25), Schmit Zétény (27), Anita Szarka (22); Izsak Ujváry (29), Edelberto Menéndez Trejo (28), Alan Bošnjak (31), Image Corbett Maroun (27); Image Harman Norris (27), Alcide Pirozzi (25)
Key Reserves:Miranda Longo (GK, 25), Kinga Zsinkó (LB, 22), Vince Meyer (CB, 21), Ivett Sörös (RW, 22), Dániel Bencsik (LW, 22), Vanessza Harsányi (MC, 22), Kemenes Dobos (MC, 24), Barbara Kántor (ST, 24), Aranka Szigethy (ST, 22), Eszter Bakos (ST, 21)

Image SC Filwarfin
Nickname: Sporting, The Dreamers
Location: Celesthem | Stadium: Majistar Park (27,000) | Manager: Birgit Waechter
Kits: Home & Away

It is a bit fitting that one of Filwarfin's nicknames is that of The Dreamers as it has been something of a hopeful dream of their supporters that one day they might make it back to the topflight, after forty years upon years of lingering in the lower divisions despite being one of the founding thirty-two clubs of the football league. Their iconic red, gold, and orange color scheme makes the team stick out, which is more to be said than they play of the team itself. There are teams that are better off building themselves up in the SuperLiga 2 before promotion and then coming up and others that look to build after coming up, unfortunately Filwarfin wanted to do the latter but was unable to grab any standout players that make their survival look likely. Worse teams have managed to survive but there is a suspicion that their backline is simply not up to snuff when it comes to dealing with the level of attacking talent that they will have to face week in and week out here in the SuperLiga.

Starting XI: Nina Vlasáková (25); Jan Žíla (25), Anke Weiss (26), Birgit Lowe (26), Eliška Hauptová (25); Silke Goldschmidt (26), Miroslav Januš (25), Image Jasper Olson (29), Manuela Pfeffer (26); Image Bruin Goodyouth (28), Medárd Ács (30)
Key Reserves: Donát Szöke (GK, 24), Megyer Majer (RB, 23), Kitti Vagner (CB, 23), Nándor Orbán (RW, 22), Denes Harsányi (MC, 24), Zsuzsanna Szathmár (ST, 23)

Image SC Troubalose
Nickname: Sporting, The Metropolitans
Location: Troubalose | Stadium: Fire Park (62,000) | Manager: Julcsa Biró
Kits: Home & Away

Here we have an example of one of the older clubs of the nation that had fallen on some bad times and even spent a decent amount of time in the second division but has found its way back into being a solid midtable or thereabouts club. However the Metropolitans had a number of retirements in key positions over the offseason and are looking substantially weaker than they have in the last few seasons. The backline still looks fairly solid, anchored with three out of the four starting positions by Nepharim, yet they alone can not keep the club afloat. Julsca is likely in for her first real challenge since taking over the reigns and if she manages not just to keep the club up but also comfortably, she would no doubt be considered quite the manager for that feat. With as much competition as there appears to be in that bottom half of the table this upcoming season, survival is going to be the fight that they will be in and there should be just enough talent in the squad to do so, one would think.

Starting XI: David Junek (25); Image Ash Reisman (31), Image Glenn Baumann (29), Kateřina Hrnčířová (25), Image Tristan Polenz (27); Domagoj Marušić (27), Jiří Konrád (25), Daniel Měrka (25), Amadeus Riegl (23); Réka Ujváry (24), Varsàny Kovács (24)
Key Reserves: Orzsebet Vajda (GK, 22), František Novotný (LB, 25), Borislav Miletić (CB, 31), Zsuska Ferenczy (A/ML, 34), Želimir Poljak (MC, 23), Silva Vrdjuka (21, MC), Zoltán Szatmáry (ST, 22)

Image Stein-los Turkish
Nickname: Turkish, Eagles
Location: Stein-los | Stadium: Albrecht Road (57,000) | Manager: Image Genova Conrad
Kits: Home & Away

Turkish, the sister team to Albrecht Turkish of renown, and one of the founding members of Pasargan club football. Despite arguably being the most popular of the three major clubs in Stein-los, Turkish are somehow the least successful of them all, even though recent Copa victories have bolstered their trophy cabinet to quite a respectable size for those outside of Tani and CAP. Turkish always seem like they are the precipice of growing from just a traditional good club to one of the bigger clubs in Pasarga and Rushmore, but they always seem to come up just a bit short. Nevertheless, their fans are loyal and they play an attractive brand of football that gets even neutrals rooting for them, as evidenced by the number of foreign fan clubs and watching parties. Brenecia manager Genova Conrad has the side playing some good football but last season saw a defensive collapse that she likely cared little for, likely costing them as spot in ICC football. If she can correct that collapse, this side has enough talent in it to finish top 6 and perhaps even be a darkhorse title contender.

Starting XI: Ambrus Galambos (29); Florian Kuefer (31), Torsten Mueller (26), Benci Szôllôs (25), Image Rona Morgantrau (29); Zsombor Halász (28), Maximilian Mueller (27), Image Koloman Reaves (26), Image Tudan Povarnin (32); Image Azhaar Morales (30), Réka Szôllôssi (25)
Key Reserves: Patrícia Szalay (GK, 27), Michaela Málková (LB, 28), Image Aifric McIver (RW/RB, 21), Qubilah Tuba Guirguis (RB, 21), Oszkar Berec (CB, 24), Juliska Müller (RW, 22), Teodor Nygård (34, MC), Gamal Kadeer Haik (34, MC), Image Boleslav Gurkin (MC, 33), Najiyah Lubanah Mifsud (ST, 20)

Image Tanrısal
Nickname: Tani
Location: Stein-los | Stadium: Kilmonarch (72,000) | Manager: Srđan Jakšić
Kits: Home & Away

Tani is the club that has stood the test of time in Stein-los, having won the second ever top division, and yet still remains a force in the game even now. Tani is a club that has always had money, despite it being the "second club" of Stein-los, and was able to attract quality players from the start. Unlike other teams that prefer to build from within, Tani much prefers to buy already developed players, though their youth academy has had a few stand outs over time. Their ability to consistently get into the UICA has made it so that the squad is often quite large, with managers at the helm of Tani usually adapting a heavy rotation policy, where even players who are their national teams might find themselves just as a rotation player at Tani. Money has made Tani a power and consistency has allowed them to maintain it, which allowed the team to sell off players that had fallen off the pace and buy in replacements that have them near joint favorites with CAP for the SuperLiga title, as they attempt to close the gap between the trophy hauls of the two major clubs in Pasarga.

Starting XI: Aswad Munif Shalhoub (34); Image Matts Pedersen (22), Laurent Chandonnet (26), Guðný Ingólfsdóttir (31), Image Tevreness Bale (30); Kati Szöllôsy (29), Poldi Szigety (24), Irena Đurić (26); Image Sander Balliol (32); Image Keller Marsden (27), Image Jonte Bestatter (22)
Key Reserves: Image Dian McKeown-Collet (GK 26), Mojmira Jović (RB, 22), Image Emely Towers (CB, 33), Borbála Szôcs (CB, 21), Image Andrej Reuter (LW, 32), Image Caolan Coveny (RW, 34), Image Amitee Abdalla (MC, 33), Doreen Schröder (MC, 32), Stéphane Couturier (AMC, 34), Aimée Hétu (ST, 34), Bratislav Rukavina (ST, 25), Image Angharad Northstead (ST, 30)

Image Titanderth
Nickname: The Titans
Location: Dendros | Stadium: Olympus (21,000) | Manager: Image Erica Karling
Kits: Home & Away

Titanderth has seemingly been a middling club since its inception and surprise promotion into the top tier of Pasargan football, with the occasional fight against the drop or to fight forward and into the ICC places. Barely escaping relegation at the last time of asking, the Titans have brought in Erica Karling from Nephara to try and right the ship. The aging defense was the biggest culprit last season and a few players have been jettisoned away but this is still a defensive unit that is in need of some better, younger pieces if the side is to move upwards in the table. Luckily the attacking unit is quite competent, lead by the versatile Ross Huorn who can play either up front or out on the wing. Can Karling manage to keep her star players content as she looks the shape up the side in her image and work within the smaller budget of Titanderth, when compared to the other clubs in the SuperLiga? If the answer is yes, then she has the chance to get this club at the very least back into the midtable conversation and work from there.

Starting XI: Mladen Kralj (31); Hreinn Tryggvason (26), Sulisław Olszewski (26), Image Vidar Chaudhuri (27), Image Scott Whitewoods (33); Image Ross Huorn (28), Bartosz Wiśniewski (26), Predrag Filipović (24), Image Cha Bun Kae (28); Luka Martin Putiš (26), Anci Szathmár (22)
Key Reserves: Anton Lind (GK, 26), Višeslav Šarić (LB, 20), Endre Totth (CB, 22), Megyer Kállai (RW, 22), Denes Zsinka (MC, 22), Anci Szathmár (ST, 22)

Image Tyrysier
Location: Troubalose | Stadium: Apollo Ground (29,000) | Manager: Lucie Valentová
Kits: Home & Away

This is a club that no one likes to play against for a variety of reasons, most of which come in the form of some sort of unique frustration that comes with playing against the club. First of all, most people are not able to properly pronounce the club's name even when it is said several times, with them thinking that the lettering should result in some sort of different combination, then there is the very "loud" crest the team has in its hot pink, which is mirrored on the club's primary kit of marble and pink. Survival in the top flight is not something that the club nor its supporters particularly think is very likely, having had to get into the SuperLiga via the playoff last season, yet this team can ruin any other's day. Get enough of those sort of results, and well, survival may be on the cards but the side is bracing for a long, relegation fight of the season and content to enjoy the television revenue while in the top flight.

Starting XI: Image Finn Nichols (23); Prvan Bašić (25), Medoro Guay (25), Charles Simard (25), Jaroslav Palička (25); Durandana Lemieux (25), Ranka Bosanac (25), Grégoire Benjamin (25), Gabriel Picard (25); Anđa Jovanović (31), Image Abishai Vestal (28)
Key Reserves: Pavel Kopecký (GK, 29), Ana Pavičić (RB, 21), Srećko Stanković (CB, 24), Iva Delić (RW, 22), Lidija Vidaković (MC, 25), Luca Schulz (ST, 27), Jeannine Pelletier (ST, 25)
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Season 1992


The season got off to a good start for The Hurricane, as they were able to dress down The Dressers in the opening match at the Copa Real and earn the first piece of silverware up for grabs. Then the league came and for long portions of it, it looked like CAP would be able to retain the title. Then the last third of the season happen and their form completely fell out from underneath them and not even a final matchday thrashing of Tani in San Daros was enough to grab the title for the Hurricane. That's because Tani was an absolute beast for the the entirety of the season, never losing two games in a row all season and winning games that CAP only managed to draw. With a blistering attack that notched over a hundred goals during league play, there was hardly a defense that was able to contain the Tani attack and they were able to secure the title with three matches to go, meaning that losing two of their last three games was of little consequence. The league victory will taste very sweet for the Tani board who handed out a large amount of money to improve the squad after their failure to finish top three last season and were duely rewarded with a league title.

Galatica made good on their own moniker and rode their own prolific attack into a third place finish, but were never able to keep pace with the two giants of Pasargan football who were battling it out for the title. They had their own fight for that last slot in the major international tournament, with Turkish having a very good year and nearly sneaking their way into the top three, but a loss on matchday 36 ended their hopes of taking that last spot and will instead have to be content with the second tier international tournament. All that being said, for Turkish it is a return to form that will be welcomed and they have to think they can build on this and start to try and push the big two starting next season. Lunas surprised several people with their fifth place finish and Hellinic Rouge faced a very difficult task if they wanted to take the last ICC slot, despite finishing sixth in the table. Fortunately they were in the Copa de La Luna Final, but were facing a Club Stein-los side that wanted that slot as much as they did. A Fox Charnwood brace saw the Spartans lift the Copa and secure their spot in the ICCs.

Down at the bottom, Aleine United proved all the doubters right as their defense was one of the worst ones in SuperLiga history, with a hundred goals conceded over the season. Filwarfin and Myrtha Dalin both fought bravely, yet as we described in the preview, the competition in the bottom half of the table was going to be very fierce and they were the odd two out of the four clubs that ended up in a relegation dog battle, with Aleine looking relegated after the first month. Surprisingly Tyrysier were not only attractive in their football but also finished comfortably above the drop. The biggest disappointments of the season have to be Baskita and Duke of the North, who both finished outside the top half of the table after their impressive efforts in seasons past, with Baskita then suffering further humiliation in the Youth League Final when CAP's team pulled out a massive upset to lift the Youth League title and secure their position in the Youth League Champions League.

Peynol-Lunas, despite the firesale that they had during the transfer window, proved that they should have never been in the second division with the club blitzing their way to an easy title in the SuperLiga 2 and brought back up into the top flight. They are joined in automatic promotion by the surprise contenders of Targas City, who were expected to be midtable but finished just three points off of the league winners and in the automatic promotion spot. Unlike Peynol-Lunas, Targas is likely going to find life in the SuperLiga quite difficult, unless they manage to pull in some surprising transfers during the window. In the promotion playoff, it was a battle of steel and grit, as two of the defensive minded clubs were in the playoff and grounded out results to bring it to Stilinkeep and Mytos-Turin for the right to advance upwards. Unsurprisingly the match ended scoreless in ninety minutes before being brought to a stunning conclusion with Mytos-Turin's Sien den Hoed wonderful strike from outside the box with just two minutes before penalties to send her club to the SuperLiga.

Copa Real
@Stade de Torgos, Torgos
CA Paulinthal 2-1 Club Stein-los

SuperLiga
Pos Team                    P   W   D   L  For  Ag  +/- Pts
1 Tanrısal 38 26 4 8 101 55 +46 82 Champions
2 CA Paulinthal 38 24 7 7 74 36 +38 79 IFCL
3 Galatica 38 20 10 8 80 49 +31 70 IFCL

4 Stein-los Turkish 38 19 11 8 76 50 +26 68 IFCC
5 Lunas FC 38 19 7 12 61 53 +8 64 IFCC
6 Hellinic Rouge 38 16 13 9 65 40 +25 61 IFCC

7 Paulinthal FC 38 16 10 12 59 47 +12 58
8 Club Stein-los 38 16 10 12 56 49 +7 58
9 Santos Luega 38 17 7 14 53 52 +1 58
10 Baskita FC 38 15 12 11 62 48 +14 57
11 Fetherdron United 38 14 10 14 60 60 +0 52
12 Duke of the North 38 14 10 14 36 39 -3 52
13 Titanderth 38 15 6 17 54 64 -10 51
14 Lìjû 38 13 5 20 46 57 -11 44
15 Tyrysier 38 11 10 17 43 59 -16 43
16 SC Troubalose 38 9 8 21 35 57 -22 35
17 Sardin United 38 6 15 17 32 49 -17 33
18 Myrtha Dalin 38 7 12 19 41 70 -29 33 Relegated
19 SC Filwarfin 38 10 2 26 34 80 -46 32 Relegated
20 Aleine United 38 2 13 23 46 100 -54 19 Relegated


SuperLiga 2

Playoff: Mytos-Turin 3-1(2-0) Haslief, Stilinkeep FC 2-0(1-0) Tulduroc | Mytos-Turin 0-0(1-0 AET) Stilinkeep FC

Pos Team                  P   W   D   L For  Ag  +/- Pts
1 Peynol-Lunas 42 24 7 11 84 41 +43 79 Champions
2 Targas City 42 21 13 8 64 37 +27 76 Promoted

3 Mytos-Turin 42 21 10 11 39 26 +13 73 Playoff
4 Stilinkeep FC 42 19 14 9 48 37 +11 71 Playoff
5 Tulduroc United 42 19 13 10 41 30 +11 70 Playoff
6 Haslief 42 19 9 14 73 60 +13 66 Playoff

7 FC Belja 42 19 8 15 56 53 +3 65
8 Torgos City 42 18 10 14 63 49 +14 64
9 SC Sardin 42 18 10 14 63 56 +7 64
10 SC Myrkan 42 17 11 14 51 48 +3 62
11 RC Sardin 42 17 10 15 64 48 +16 61
12 Riis 42 17 10 15 59 61 -2 61
13 Athletic Sutra 42 18 7 17 71 75 -4 61
14 Evenfar FC 42 15 12 15 54 62 -8 57
15 Celesthem FC 42 15 10 17 47 52 -5 55
16 Arthiana-bas 42 16 7 19 44 65 -21 55
17 FC Myrkan 42 14 7 21 47 53 -6 49
18 Cilinas FC 42 11 9 22 41 63 -22 42
19 Avidë 42 8 15 19 42 69 -27 39
20 Targas United 42 9 9 24 28 48 -20 36 Relegated
21 Isnat'pa United 42 8 10 24 24 46 -22 34 Relegated
22 Stradirù 42 7 13 22 23 47 -24 34 Relegated


SuperLiga 3

Playoff: Aratha Metz 4-1(3-0) OS Anax, Peixe 4-3(3-2) SC Dendros | Aratha Metz 2-4 Peixe

Pos Team                  P   W   D   L For  Ag  +/- Pts
1 Aleine FC 42 31 5 6 99 37 +62 98 Champions
2 Druidists 42 27 8 7 78 30 +48 89 Promoted

3 Aratha Metz 42 21 14 7 53 25 +28 77 Playoff
4 Peixe 42 20 14 8 66 44 +22 74 Playoff
5 SC Dendros 42 21 10 11 62 43 +19 73 Playoff
6 OS Anax 42 19 10 13 59 61 -2 67 Playoff

7 FC Felaton 42 19 8 15 58 53 +5 65
8 St. Galaxia 42 17 12 13 41 36 +5 63
9 Leyton Peynol 42 18 9 15 44 44 +0 63
10 Orasul 42 16 13 13 44 32 +12 61
11 Darom United 42 16 9 17 33 45 -12 57
12 Tarrows 42 17 4 21 43 44 -1 55
13 Harklaoff 42 15 10 17 52 68 -16 55
14 Hyan FC 42 14 11 17 34 40 -6 53
15 Cape Jark 42 13 13 16 32 32 +0 52
16 Pendera 42 12 12 18 26 33 -7 48
17 Renaitiz 42 11 12 19 28 42 -14 45
18 Uriz 42 9 14 19 16 33 -17 41
19 Altanley United 42 11 8 23 24 54 -30 41
20 Real Troubalose 42 9 11 22 25 47 -22 38
21 Seletal FC 42 7 14 21 21 39 -18 35
22 Tharg-calan 42 3 11 28 32 88 -56 20


Championship Playoff: Celesethem FC 2-5(2-1) CA Paulinthal, Baskita FC 4-0(3-0) Myrtha Dalin | Baskita FC 1-3 ]CA Paulinthal

Central Pargis
Pos Team                    P   W   D   L For  Ag  +/- Pts
1 Baskita FC 30 21 5 4 60 20 +40 68 Champions
2 Tyrysier 30 18 7 5 43 25 +18 61
3 Galatica 30 17 5 8 51 29 +22 56
4 Fetherdron United 30 15 8 7 53 32 +21 53
5 Riis 30 12 11 7 43 36 +7 47
6 Torgos City 30 13 8 9 36 33 +3 47
7 RC Sardin 30 12 10 8 35 30 +5 46
8 SC Sardin 30 12 9 9 43 32 +11 45
9 Targas City 30 12 8 10 36 34 +2 44
10 Avidë 30 11 5 14 35 32 +3 38
11 Targas United 30 10 7 13 32 40 -8 37
12 FC Felaton 30 7 11 12 24 38 -14 32
13 Peixe 30 6 8 16 21 36 -15 26
14 Aratha Metz 30 4 12 14 16 36 -20 24
15 Tarrows 30 4 6 20 26 59 -33 18
16 St. Galaxia 30 4 4 22 20 62 -42 16


Peynol
Pos Team                    P   W  D   L For  Ag  +/- Pts
1 Myrtha Dalin 30 21 5 4 54 25 +29 68 Champions
2 Duke of the North 30 16 8 6 41 22 +19 56
3 Titanderth 30 17 5 8 41 22 +19 56
4 Lìjû 30 16 5 9 40 26 +14 53
5 Stilinkeep FC 30 15 5 10 49 32 +17 50
6 Mytos-Turin 30 15 5 10 44 28 +16 50
7 FC Belja 30 14 6 10 36 26 +10 48
8 Leyton Peynol 30 13 9 8 36 27 +9 48
9 SC Dendros 30 13 5 12 43 35 +8 44
10 Tulduroc United 30 11 10 9 33 37 -4 43
11 Orasul 30 10 8 12 37 37 +0 38
12 Hyan FC 30 10 8 12 34 44 -10 38
13 Darom United 30 5 8 17 26 52 -26 23
14 Isnat'pa United 30 5 7 18 20 55 -35 22
15 Pendera 30 4 4 22 21 52 -31 16
16 Altanley United 30 3 6 21 25 60 -35 15


Pargis-Peynol
Pos Team                  P   W  D   L For  Ag  +/- Pts
1 Celesthem FC 30 23 3 4 57 22 +35 72 Champions
2 Peynol-Lunas 30 18 9 3 57 19 +38 63
3 Hellinic Rouge 30 19 4 7 53 23 +30 61
4 Lunas FC 30 18 5 7 65 31 +34 59
5 SC Troubalose 30 14 9 7 37 23 +14 51
6 Evenfar FC 30 15 4 11 44 22 +22 49
7 Real Troubalose 30 14 7 9 39 30 +9 49
8 SC Filwarfin 30 13 9 8 41 31 +10 48
9 Cilinas FC 30 13 9 8 44 34 +10 48
10 Haslief 30 8 10 12 36 45 -9 34
11 Cape Jark 30 7 6 17 24 47 -23 27
12 Seletal FC 30 7 4 19 24 60 -36 25
13 Tharg-calan 30 7 3 20 15 42 -27 24
14 Renaitiz 30 5 9 16 24 57 -33 24
15 Arthiana-bas 30 3 8 19 17 53 -36 17
16 Uriz 30 4 5 21 21 59 -38 17


South Pargis
Pos Team                    P   W  D   L For  Ag  +/- Pts
1 CA Paulinthal 30 20 3 7 54 26 +28 63 Champions
2 Tanrısal 30 19 4 7 67 23 +44 61
3 Stein-los Turkish 30 16 6 8 42 24 +18 54
4 Club Stein-los 30 15 9 6 36 20 +16 54
5 Aleine United 30 16 6 8 36 30 +6 54
6 SC Myrkan 30 16 3 11 41 29 +12 51
7 Santos Luega 30 14 4 12 34 29 +5 46
8 FC Myrkan 30 13 6 11 35 27 +8 45
9 Stradirù 30 11 9 10 31 30 +1 42
10 Sardin United 30 11 9 10 35 35 +0 42
11 Druidists 30 11 7 12 26 32 -6 40
12 Paulinthal FC 30 9 6 15 28 39 -11 33
13 Aleine FC 30 7 10 13 29 37 -8 31
14 Harklaoff 30 6 8 16 26 51 -25 26
15 Athletic Sutra 30 5 6 19 22 59 -37 21
16 OS Anax 30 2 2 26 16 67 -51 8

Copa de La Luna
Holders ~ CA Paulinthal
Broadcasts start at the Round of Sixteen due to regional restrictions

Round of Sixteen
CA Paulinthal 1-2 Club Stein-los
SC Myrkan
0-0(0-0 AET)[2-1 PKs] Celesthem FC
Lunas FC 2-1 Arthiana-Bas
Athletic Sutra 1-1(1-2 AET) SC Filwarfin
Leyton Peynol 1-2 SC Sardin
Sardin United
1-0 Targas United
Mytos-Turin 0-2 Stein-los Turkish
Santos Luega 1-5 Hellinic Rouge

Quarterfinals
Lunas FC 0-3 Stein-los Turkish
Hellinic Rouge
5-1 SC Sardin
Sardin United 0-0(0-0 AET)[1-2 PKs] SC Filwarfin
Club Stein-los
2-1 SC Myrkan

Semifinals
Stein-los Turkish 1-2 Club Stein-los
Hellinic Rouge
1-0 SC Filwarfin

Final
@ Stade de Torgos, Torgos
Club Stein-los 1-2 Hellinic Rouge

Team of the Season
GK: Thorsten Gerber, CA Paulinthal
RB: Image Sansa Dreyfuss, Duke of the North
CB: Nadine Fenstermacher, Duke of the North
CB: Neci Földessy, CA Paulinthal
LB: Image Leron Fernandes, Hellinic Rouge
RW: Ádám Berecz, Baskita FC
MC: Poldi Szigety, Tanrısal
AMC: Image Sander Balliol, Tanrısal
LW: Image Sylvie Reynolds, Galatica
ST: Brancaleone Arcuri, Galatica
ST: Image Keller Marsden, Tanrısal

Player of the Season
1) Image Sander Balliol, Tanrısal (11 goals, 21 assists)
2) Brancaleone Arcuri, Galatica (20 goals, 6 assists)
3) Thorsten Gerber, CA Paulinthal (18 clean sheets)

Golden Boot
1) Brancaleone Arcuri, Galatica (20 goals)
2) Image Keller Marsden, Tanrısal (18 goals)
3) Image Azhaar Morales, Stein-los Turkish (17 goals)

Foreigner of the Year
1) Image Sander Balliol, Tanrısal (11 goals, 21 assists)
2) Image Keller Marsden, Tanrısal (18 goals, 4 assists)
3) Image Azhaar Morales, Stein-los Turkish (17 goals, 3 assists)

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Season 1993


It will be a season to remember for some time, as a team from outside the big three clubs of the last two decades has gone and usurped the title. In perhaps his last season at the helm of the Spartans, former national team hero and manager Tobias Möller lead his squad on one of the most memorable seasons in the history of domestic football in the dual islands. It did not start off all that great though, taking on the giants of Tani in the domestic season opener of the Copa Real in the capital, where the league title holders showed their mettle in completely holding the Spartans at bay and winning quite comfortably two to nil. From there on though, perhaps as a result of how easily Tani dominated them, the Spartans went on a rampage, losing only thrice in the league campaign as they notched victory after victory after victory. It was not always the most complete or pretty of victories, but by the time came at the end of the season, there was only ten matches in which the squad had lost points and had been crowned champions with four matches left in the season, eclipsing the ninety point mark en route to that title. There have been few seasons where a team has been so dominant and for the side to have bested CAP, Tani, and Baskita makes the feat all that much more impressive.

Tani suffered after that Copa Real victory, never really coming together as a squad, letting far too many victories turn into draws and draws turn into defeats and had to struggle to finish fifth in the table, only ahead of Santos on goal difference. Luckily their campaign in the cup was far better, as a Stein-los derby against Turkish in the Final ensured their passage into the IFCC regardless of the result with both sides in the top five. Tani would easily defeat their crosstown rivals to make sure that the season was not seen as a complete waste, though Turkish might have the last laugh, with their third place finish in the league meaning they will get a better seeding in the IFCC despite their unfortunate loss in the cup. For CAP, it was a season where it seemed to be theirs for the taking and yet because of how amazing of a season that Hellinic had, they were consigned to a second place finish in the league with a point tally that more often than not is enough to take the SuperLiga title. It will no doubt make the seaside club quite bitter to have done so well but have nothing to show for their efforts, perhaps an energy they will be able to channel going into the international competition and next season's push for the title.

Baskita languishing again in midtable as well as Lunas pipping up into fourth are the other major surprises of the season and one has to think that the Schottia manager's time with the Eagles might be at an end, after failing to procure silverware or finish in international competition spots for two years on the running. It will be interesting to see if the Eagles afford their first ever foreign manager a third bite at the cherry or if they have had enough and part ways. Duke of the North was once again the defensive giant that many fans have come to know and appreciate, yet the goals to secure their victories dried up a tad this season and they once again fell into midtable medocrity as a result. Theirs seems to be an ever going struggle in trying to maintain that just enough goals form to keep them in among the top tier places in the league. No real surprises in the drop, beyond maybe Mytos-Turin being able to survive and Troubalose finding their way down again, but with the competition in the SuperLiga at one of the high points, it is not that unreasonable to see what used to be top tier stalwarts turning into yo-yo clubs.

Copa Real
@Stade de Torgos, Torgos
Tanrısal 2-0 Hellinic Rouge

SuperLiga
Pos Team                    P   W   D   L For  Ag  +/- Pts
1 Hellinic Rouge 38 28 7 3 76 33 +43 91 Champions
2 CA Paulinthal 38 23 8 7 80 52 +28 77 IFCL
3 Stein-los Turkish 38 23 6 9 75 50 +25 75 IFCC
4 Lunas FC 38 21 10 7 66 43 +23 73 IFCC
5 Tanrısal 38 17 10 11 63 43 +20 61 IFCC

6 Santos Luega 38 18 7 13 61 57 +4 61
7 Club Stein-los 38 16 11 11 66 50 +16 59
8 Galatica 38 15 13 10 57 54 +3 58
9 Tyrysier 38 16 6 16 56 62 -6 54
10 Baskita FC 38 14 9 15 53 53 +0 51
11 Titanderth 38 13 11 14 66 60 +6 50
12 Peynol-Lunas 38 11 12 15 47 54 -7 45
13 Duke of the North 38 12 9 17 33 41 -8 45
14 Paulinthal FC 38 13 4 21 58 76 -18 43
15 Fetherdron United 38 11 8 19 53 57 -4 41
16 Mytos-Turin 38 9 12 17 26 39 -13 39
17 Sardin United 38 9 9 20 30 52 -22 36
18 SC Troubalose 38 10 5 23 34 58 -24 35 Relegated
19 Targas City 38 7 10 21 34 60 -26 31 Relegated
20 Lìjû 38 9 3 26 43 83 -40 30 Relegated


SuperLiga 2

Playoff: Riis 5-3(4-2) Evenfar FC, Stilinkeep FC 2-2A(0-0) RC Sardin | Riis 3-1 RC Sardin

Pos Team                  P   W   D   L For   Ag  +/- Pts
1 SC Myrkan 42 26 8 8 61 25 +36 86 Champions
2 SC Sardin 42 23 7 12 80 55 +25 76 Promoted

3 Riis 42 21 10 11 85 63 +22 73 Playoff
4 Stilinkeep FC 42 20 12 10 58 37 +21 72 Playoff
5 RC Sardin 42 21 9 12 59 53 +6 72 Playoff
6 Evenfar FC 42 19 14 9 83 49 +34 71 Playoff

7 Aleine United 42 20 9 13 85 54 +31 69
8 Torgos City 42 16 16 10 66 54 +12 64
9 Avidë 42 17 12 13 62 63 -1 63
10 Myrtha Dalin 42 17 11 14 72 56 +16 62
11 FC Belja 42 18 8 16 77 66 +11 62
12 FC Myrkan 42 17 9 16 55 45 +10 60
13 Arthiana-bas 42 16 10 16 65 69 -4 58
14 Tulduroc United 42 14 12 16 41 41 +0 54
15 Aleine FC 42 16 5 21 54 65 -11 53
16 Cilinas FC 42 15 8 19 53 70 -17 53
17 SC Filwarfin 42 13 13 16 54 61 -7 52
18 Celesthem FC 42 13 10 19 50 59 -9 49
19 Druidists 42 13 9 20 56 64 -8 48
20 Athletic Sutra 42 11 5 26 53 85 -32 38 Relegated
21 Haslief 42 8 9 25 59 108 -49 33 Relegated
22 Peixe 42 3 4 35 39 125 -86 13 Relegated


SuperLiga 3

Playoff: St. Galaxia 4-0(3-0) OS Anax, FC Felaton 2-1(2-0) Targas United | St. Galaxia 3-1 FC Felaton

Pos Team                  P   W   D   L For  Ag  +/-  Pts
1 Stradirù 42 32 8 2 64 14 +50 104 Champions
2 Aratha Metz 42 24 10 8 58 26 +32 82 Promoted

3 St. Galaxia 42 23 9 10 59 34 +25 78 Playoff
4 FC Felaton 42 20 11 11 55 39 +16 71 Playoff
5 Targas United 42 19 10 13 35 24 +11 67 Playoff
6 OS Anax 42 17 14 11 69 50 +19 65 Playoff

7 Orasul 42 18 11 13 37 32 +5 65
8 Tarrows 42 17 13 12 44 39 +5 64
9 Cape Jark 42 16 9 17 40 37 +3 57
10 SC Dendros 42 16 9 17 50 51 -1 57
11 Isnat'pa United 42 15 11 16 28 27 +1 56
12 Seletal FC 42 14 14 14 29 37 -8 56
13 Leyton Peynol 42 14 10 18 33 55 -22 52
14 Hyan FC 42 13 12 17 31 37 -6 51
15 Harklaoff 42 12 11 19 54 62 -8 47
16 Uriz 42 11 14 17 21 31 -10 47
17 Pendera 42 11 13 18 26 37 -11 46
18 Altanley United 42 11 13 18 32 46 -14 46
19 Real Troubalose 42 12 9 21 31 44 -13 45
20 Darom United 42 10 11 21 29 48 -19 41
21 Renaitiz 42 8 16 18 24 36 -12 40
22 Tharg-calan 42 4 12 26 43 86 -43 24

Championship Playoff: Baskita FC 2-0(2-0) Duke of the North, SC Troubalose 2-4(1-1) Club Stein-los | Baskita FC 1-0 Club Stein-los

Central Pargis
Pos Team                    P   W   D   L For  Ag  +/- Pts
1 Baskita FC 30 24 6 0 57 16 +41 78 Champions
2 Galatica 30 15 11 4 51 26 +25 56
3 SC Sardin 30 13 10 7 34 28 +6 49
4 Tyrysier 30 12 12 6 44 26 +18 48
5 RC Sardin 30 12 9 9 38 27 +11 45
6 Targas City 30 11 11 8 35 25 +10 44
7 Torgos City 30 12 8 10 43 37 +6 44
8 Avidë 30 11 7 12 30 30 +0 40
9 Fetherdron United 30 11 6 13 34 33 +1 39
10 Targas United 30 9 11 10 37 38 -1 38
11 FC Felaton 30 9 10 11 26 35 -9 37
12 Riis 30 8 10 12 30 34 -4 34
13 Aratha Metz 30 6 9 15 25 46 -21 27
14 St. Galaxia 30 6 7 17 26 54 -28 25
15 Tarrows 30 5 8 17 20 47 -27 23
16 Peixe 30 5 7 18 17 45 -28 22


Peynol
Pos Team                    P   W   D   L For  Ag  +/- Pts
1 Duke of the North 30 19 5 6 47 20 +27 62 Champions
2 Titanderth 30 17 6 7 48 24 +24 57
3 FC Belja 30 15 9 6 42 25 +17 54
4 Leyton Peynol 30 15 7 8 40 28 +12 52
5 Stilinkeep FC 30 13 12 5 46 19 +27 51
6 Myrtha Dalin 30 13 9 8 37 31 +6 48
7 Mytos-Turin 30 13 7 10 50 39 +11 46
8 Lìjû 30 12 10 8 40 33 +7 46
9 Tulduroc United 30 12 6 12 37 30 +7 42
10 SC Dendros 30 11 6 13 37 42 -5 39
11 Hyan FC 30 9 10 11 32 42 -10 37
12 Pendera 30 9 9 12 31 43 -12 36
13 Orasul 30 9 6 15 33 46 -13 33
14 Darom United 30 6 5 19 25 45 -20 23
15 Isnat'pa United 30 5 3 22 17 56 -39 18
16 Altanley United 30 3 8 19 25 64 -39 17


Pargis-Peynol
Pos Team                  P   W  D   L For  Ag  +/- Pts
1 SC Troubalose 30 22 4 4 54 20 +34 70 Champions
2 Hellinic Rouge 30 21 5 4 67 22 +45 68
3 Lunas FC 30 20 4 6 52 12 +40 64
4 Peynol-Lunas 30 17 5 8 61 30 +31 56
5 Real Troubalose 30 17 4 9 40 28 +12 55
6 Evenfar FC 30 15 9 6 43 28 +15 54
7 Cilinas FC 30 15 6 9 39 28 +11 51
8 SC Filwarfin 30 15 4 11 37 31 +6 49
9 Celesthem FC 30 13 6 11 37 28 +9 45
10 Seletal FC 30 10 3 17 34 49 -15 33
11 Uriz 30 8 5 17 22 50 -28 29
12 Renaitiz 30 7 7 16 26 53 -27 28
13 Haslief 30 5 10 15 22 48 -26 25
14 Cape Jark 30 5 4 21 17 52 -35 19
15 Arthiana-bas 30 3 7 20 17 52 -35 16
16 Tharg-calan 30 2 7 21 19 56 -37 13


South Pargis
Pos Team                    P   W  D   L For  Ag  +/- Pts
1 Club Stein-los 30 20 3 7 56 25 +31 63 Champions
2 Tanrısal 30 20 2 8 48 19 +29 62
3 Santos Luega 30 17 8 5 40 20 +20 59
4 CA Paulinthal 30 17 7 6 44 25 +19 58
5 Stein-los Turkish 30 17 4 9 42 21 +21 55
6 Paulinthal FC 30 14 6 10 30 29 +1 48
7 Sardin United 30 14 4 12 37 28 +9 46
8 SC Myrkan 30 13 6 11 39 27 +12 45
9 FC Myrkan 30 13 5 12 36 32 +4 44
10 Stradirù 30 12 7 11 37 32 +5 43
11 Aleine United 30 12 5 13 29 38 -9 41
12 Aleine FC 30 9 7 14 25 38 -13 34
13 Druidists 30 9 7 14 31 44 -13 34
14 Athletic Sutra 30 5 6 19 19 56 -37 21
15 Harklaoff 30 2 6 22 16 53 -37 12
16 OS Anax 30 0 9 21 21 63 -42 9

Copa de La Luna
Holders ~ Hellinic Rouge
Broadcasts start at the Round of Sixteen due to regional restrictions

Round of Sixteen
Druidists 1-1(1-2 AET) FC Myrkan
Targas United
2-1 Baskita FC
Tulduroc United 0-1 CA Paulinthal
Aratha Metz 0-2 Fetherdron United
Tyrysier 0-2 Lunas FC
Uriz 1-1(1-1 AET)[2-3 PKs] SC Myrkan
Tanrısal
1-0 Targas City
Club Stein-los 1-2 Stein-los Turkish

Quarterfinals
Tanrısal 6-1 Lunas FC
Targas United 1-5 Stein-los Turkish
SC Myrkan 0-2 FC Myrkan
CA Paulinthal 0-1 Fetherdron United

Semifinals
FC Myrkan 2-5 Tanrısal
Stein-los Turkish
2-1 Fetherdron United

Final
@ Stade de Torgos, Torgos
Tanrısal 3-0 Stein-los Turkish

Team of the Season (Voted on by the media)
GK: Image Korbin Harvey - Duke of the North
RB: Image Tevreness Bale - Tanrısal
CB: Lubomír Bláha - Mytos-Turin
CB: Nadine Fenstermacher - Duke of the North
LB: Mozes Szôts - Lunas FC
RW: Erik Földessy - CA Paulinthal
MC: Image Graziana Din - Hellinic Rouge
AMC: Image Jakki Montelius - Hellinic Rouge
LW: Zsombor Halász - Stein-los Turkish
ST: Petar Galić - Hellinic Rouge
ST: Image Stanimir Ilev - CA Paulinthal

Player of the Season (Voted on by the Managers of the SuperLiga)
1) Image Azhaar Morales, Stein-los Turkish (17 goals, 8 assists)
2) Image Stanimir Ilev - CA Paulinthal (19 goals, 6 assists)
3) Image Jakki Montelius - Hellinic Rouge (3 goals, 14 assists)

Golden Boot
1) Image Stanimir Ilev CA Paulinthal (19 goals)
2) Petar Galić - Hellinic Rouge (18 goals)
3) Image Azhaar Morales, Stein-los Turkish (17 goals)

Foreigner of the Year (Voted on by the PFA)
1) Image Stanimir Ilev - CA Paulinthal (19 goals, 6 assists)
2) Image Jakki Montelius - Hellinic Rouge (3 goals, 14 assists)
3) Image Korbin Harvey - Duke of the North (13 clean sheets)
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Postby Pasarga » Thu May 21, 2020 10:43 pm

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Season 1994


For the second straight year, the season kicked off with the Spartans taking on Tani in the Stade de Torgos, but this time it was with the Spartans as the crowned champions of the league and Tani who had lifted the domestic cup. The Spartans would get on the board early with a strike from club icon Fox Charnwood, but it was not enough as a pair of second half goals from Jonte Bestatter and Christian O'Brien had the Stein-los club once again lift the season opener. It was a victory that Tani hoped to lift them through the season and back into championship contention. However that was not the case and to add insult to injury, Tani would go on to lose in the final match of the season in Paulinthal to their dreaded rivals to fall from third to fourth, missing out on the IFCL and having to make do with the Challengers' Cup for a second straight season. Who pipped them on that final matchday? Well it was none other than one of their Stein-los rivals, as Club Stein-los waited till the last kick of the ball to snatch their victory over already relegated Tyrysier with Hermaeus Mora hitting a volley to earn The Old Club their spot into the Champions' League.

If Tani was in fourth and Club Stein-los in third, for whom was their a title race that was being fought for the majority of the season? Why it was in fact surprise champions of last season in Hellinic that were having to deal with a CA Paulinthal side that seemed very intent on pushing down the upstarts back into their midtable mediocrity. The two teams could not find a difference between them on the eighteenth matchday in Paulinthal, with Nya Murray having given the guests a lead that was countered by a lethal volley from Arista Tzorvas as the teams shared the points. However during the last three games of the season, the Spartans had shown their team and took down Tani by a six to one scoreline in Evenfar to set up a title decider against the Hurricane in Evenfar the following week in the penultimate matchday. Murray once again opened the scoring in the match just ten minutes in, but on the half hour mark Stanimir Ilev chested down a cross and easily slotted home an equalizer. A draw was going to be enough for the Spartans but in the second minute of injury time Petar Galić showed his former national team form with a screamer from just outside the box and lifted the Spartans ahead and able to retain their impossible title from last season while CAP was left frustrated for a second straight season.

Lunas continued their good form of the last few season, maintaining a top five finish and securing their spot in the IFCC with three games to go, while Turkish once again had to work for it. Finding incredible form in the Copa, including a five to one thrashing of Fetherdron in the capital, Turkish would once again find Tani as their foes in the Final, as the national stadium played host once more. Last season Tani showcased their dominance of Stein-los in an utter demolish job of Turkish in the Final and the Eagles were not about to let that transpire again. It got off poorly for them though, as a fourth minute strike from Namakula Kawesa made it seem like it would be a repeat from twelve months before. Yet Turkish pushed on and persisted, not folding under the pressure that Tani put on them in the first half and were clearly the better side in the second half. That better performance came through with Réka Szôllôssi calmly beating her defender and then rounding the keeper for an easy equalizer. The two sides went into extra time and Turkish continued to push their advantage before a long throw deep in Tani's half by Florian Kuefer found the head of Brae Yboor and rattled under the crossbar to give Turkish the lead and the Copa title, securing their spot in the IFCC and Cup Winners' Cup.

For those at the bottom, it is surprising to find fan favorites Titanderth as well as the pesky Tyrysier among the three who will be jettisoned to the SuperLiga 2 for the following season. SC Sardin was something of an expected relegation, as the promoted side clearly did not add enough depth or talent to keep the team afloat. All of the relegated teams will be looking at their lack of transfers over last summer and wondering if sitting on their laurels was the right move. However it is no big surprise that Stilinkeep has emerged as champions of the SuperLiga 2 and will be joined by another fan favorite in SC Troubalose who had only barely gotten relegated last season. FC Myrkan had a very successful league and Copa campaign, defeating both CAP and Galatica to get to the Copa Semifinals before being defeated by Turkish. That same unfortunate slip up at the last legs happened in the league as well, wining the Playoff semifinal only to be bested by Evenfar FC, who at long last rejoins the top flight.

It will be a tough battle for the Pasargan clubs come the IFCF next season, even if the association managed to raise its coefficient to get a third Champions' League spot. The IFCF has become a very competitive place and the SuperLiga was very quiet in the transfer window this last summer and looks like they might be quiet again in the one coming up this summer. As it is clear based on national team results that the skill level of Pasargans is on a slight downturn, that little bit of an edge could be the difference in this extremely competitive affairs. The sheer number of matches that teams have to play is also quite a toll and the PSL sides are in need of more depth and of quality if the teams truly want to compete with the rest of the world's best clubs. Major investment needs to happen over the summer and more than just one club needs to make a good run into the knockout rounds of the Champions' League and/or the Challengers' Cup to prove that the SuperLiga is still among the best destinations for some of the elite footballing talent for the world. This summer and upcoming season are pivotal in maintaining that level of competitiveness that has been something of the norm the last decade.

Copa Real
@Stade de Torgos, Torgos
Hellinic Rouge 1-2 Tanrısal

SuperLiga
Pos Team                    P   W   D   L For  Ag  +/- Pts
1 Hellinic Rouge 38 26 8 4 87 38 +49 86 Champions
2 CA Paulinthal 38 24 8 6 86 42 +44 80 IFCL
3 Club Stein-los 38 21 8 9 71 44 +27 71 IFCL

4 Tanrısal 38 20 10 8 65 47 +18 70 IFCC
5 Lunas FC 38 17 14 7 62 51 +11 65 IFCC
6 Stein-los Turkish 38 17 10 11 62 48 +14 61 IFCC

7 Galatica 38 13 13 12 60 45 +15 52
8 Paulinthal FC 38 15 7 16 59 64 -5 52
9 Baskita FC 38 13 10 15 54 49 +5 49
10 Fetherdron United 38 13 10 15 44 43 +1 49
11 Santos Luega 38 12 11 15 52 52 +0 47
12 Sardin United 38 12 11 15 29 39 -10 47
13 Peynol-Lunas 38 11 11 16 52 54 -2 44
14 Duke of the North 38 10 12 16 40 47 -7 42
15 SC Myrkan 38 9 12 17 31 60 -29 39
16 Riis 38 9 11 18 47 75 -28 38
17 Mytos-Turin 38 7 16 15 33 41 -8 37
18 Titanderth 38 7 14 17 46 68 -22 35 Relegated
19 SC Sardin 38 8 11 19 46 82 -36 35 Relegated
20 Tyrysier 38 8 9 21 40 77 -37 33 Relegated


SuperLiga 2

Playoff: Myrtha Dalin 2-6(0-4) Evenfar FC, Aleine United 1-3(1-1) FC Myrkan | FC Myrkan 1-4 Evenfar FC

Pos Team                  P   W   D   L For  Ag  +/- Pts
1 Stilinkeep FC 42 24 13 5 69 27 +42 85 Champions
2 SC Troubalose 42 24 12 6 61 32 +29 84 Promoted

3 Myrtha Dalin 42 24 7 11 68 44 +24 79 Playoff
4 Aleine United 42 23 6 13 88 52 +36 75 Playoff
5 FC Myrkan 42 22 7 13 60 45 +15 73 Playoff
6 Evenfar FC 42 21 8 13 72 51 +21 71 Playoff

7 Lìjû 42 19 10 13 69 48 +21 67
8 Torgos City 42 19 8 15 71 68 +3 65
9 Targas City 42 18 7 17 55 56 -1 61
10 RC Sardin 42 17 7 18 66 75 -9 58
11 Aratha Metz 42 14 13 15 39 39 +0 55
12 Avidë 42 16 6 20 54 74 -20 54
13 Stradirù 42 13 14 15 32 33 -1 53
14 FC Belja 42 13 13 16 55 63 -8 52
15 Aleine FC 42 14 9 19 54 71 -17 51
16 SC Filwarfin 42 13 10 19 49 67 -18 49
17 Arthiana-bas 42 11 15 16 55 63 -8 48
18 St. Galaxia 42 13 8 21 42 56 -14 47
19 Druidists 42 10 8 24 43 67 -24 38
20 Celesthem FC 42 9 11 22 34 62 -28 38 Relegated
21 Tulduroc United 42 7 16 19 21 37 -16 37 Relegated
22 Cilinas FC 42 9 10 23 44 71 -27 37 Relegated


SuperLiga 3

Playoff: Athletic Sutra 4-0(3-0) OS Anax, SC Dendros 2-3(1-3) Peixe | Athletic Sutra 1-0 Peixe

Pos Team                  P   W   D   L For  Ag  +/- Pts
1 Haslief 42 27 5 10 94 51 +43 86 Champions
2 FC Felaton 42 24 10 8 68 38 +30 82 Promoted

3 Athletic Sutra 42 22 12 8 63 36 +27 78 Playoff
4 SC Dendros 42 21 8 13 64 46 +18 71 Playoff
5 Peixe 42 18 13 11 60 40 +20 67 Playoff
6 OS Anax 42 19 8 15 65 51 +14 65 Playoff

7 Harklaoff 42 17 13 12 50 47 +3 64
8 Orasul 42 16 14 12 37 28 +9 62
9 Isnat'pa United 42 16 13 13 28 28 +0 61
10 Targas United 42 17 10 15 44 44 +0 61
11 Hyan FC 42 17 9 16 31 32 -1 60
12 Leyton Peynol 42 16 12 14 50 57 -7 60
13 Darom United 42 14 12 16 40 43 -3 54
14 Pendera 42 13 14 15 35 45 -10 53
15 Tarrows 42 15 8 19 35 49 -14 53
16 Altanley United 42 13 12 17 31 42 -11 51
17 Uriz 42 12 11 19 26 32 -6 47
18 Renaitiz 42 9 15 18 36 51 -15 42
19 Real Troubalose 42 12 5 25 25 39 -14 41
20 Cape Jark 42 9 13 20 27 40 -13 40
21 Seletal FC 42 9 12 21 19 41 -22 39
22 Tharg-calan 42 7 9 26 34 82 -48 30


Championship Playoff: Hellinic Rouge 6-2(3-2) Titanderth, CA Paulinthal 6-5(2-4) Baskita FC | Hellinic Rouge 3-4 CA Paulinthal

Central Pargis
Pos Team                    P   W   D   L For  Ag  +/- Pts
1 Baskita FC 30 21 6 3 65 21 +44 69 Champions
2 Galatica 30 20 3 7 49 21 +28 63
3 SC Sardin 30 18 6 6 51 27 +24 60
4 RC Sardin 30 15 5 10 42 38 +4 50
5 Tyrysier 30 13 10 7 47 31 +16 49
6 Fetherdron United 30 12 8 10 45 35 +10 44
7 Targas United 30 11 11 8 35 30 +5 44
8 Riis 30 12 5 13 28 35 -7 41
9 Avidë 30 10 9 11 34 35 -1 39
10 Targas City 30 11 6 13 35 41 -6 39
11 FC Felaton 30 11 6 13 34 43 -9 39
12 Torgos City 30 7 11 12 33 34 -1 32
13 Peixe 30 7 8 15 32 45 -13 29
14 Aratha Metz 30 7 7 16 28 44 -16 28
15 St. Galaxia 30 5 9 16 25 56 -31 24
16 Tarrows 30 2 6 22 13 60 -47 12


Peynol
Pos Team                    P   W   D   L For  Ag  +/- Pts
1 Titanderth 30 19 11 0 65 16 +49 68 Champions
2 Mytos-Turin 30 20 2 8 52 31 +21 62
3 Stilinkeep FC 30 18 6 6 51 24 +27 60
4 Duke of the North 30 15 11 4 50 22 +28 56
5 Tulduroc United 30 16 6 8 41 25 +16 54
6 FC Belja 30 15 8 7 43 31 +12 53
7 Lìjû 30 16 4 10 43 31 +12 52
8 Myrtha Dalin 30 14 9 7 50 25 +25 51
9 Leyton Peynol 30 11 5 14 32 32 +0 38
10 SC Dendros 30 9 6 15 30 36 -6 33
11 Orasul 30 7 8 15 23 42 -19 29
12 Hyan FC 30 8 5 17 20 47 -27 29
13 Darom United 30 5 7 18 29 55 -26 22
14 Altanley United 30 4 9 17 22 57 -35 21
15 Pendera 30 5 5 20 19 47 -28 20
16 Isnat'pa United 30 5 4 21 19 68 -49 19


Pargis-Peynol
Pos Team                  P   W   D   L For  Ag  +/- Pts
1 Hellinic Rouge 30 22 7 1 69 13 +56 73 Champions
2 Peynol-Lunas 30 16 11 3 55 24 +31 59
3 Lunas FC 30 17 8 5 51 23 +28 59
4 Celesthem FC 30 18 4 8 57 30 +27 58
5 Cilinas FC 30 17 6 7 44 28 +16 57
6 Evenfar FC 30 16 8 6 57 30 +27 56
7 Real Troubalose 30 16 6 8 60 36 +24 54
8 SC Troubalose 30 14 7 9 46 24 +22 49
9 SC Filwarfin 30 12 7 11 48 35 +13 43
10 Haslief 30 10 6 14 29 37 -8 36
11 Tharg-calan 30 6 10 14 29 54 -25 28
12 Arthiana-bas 30 5 7 18 26 60 -34 22
13 Seletal FC 30 5 6 19 23 58 -35 21
14 Renaitiz 30 3 9 18 16 57 -41 18
15 Cape Jark 30 4 5 21 21 79 -58 17
16 Uriz 30 4 3 23 19 62 -43 15


South Pargis
Pos Team                    P   W   D   L For  Ag  +/- Pts
1 CA Paulinthal 30 23 4 3 69 21 +48 73 Champions
2 Tanrısal 30 19 4 7 56 28 +28 61
3 Stein-los Turkish 30 18 6 6 48 24 +24 60
4 Club Stein-los 30 14 12 4 44 17 +27 54
5 SC Myrkan 30 16 6 8 41 30 +11 54
6 Sardin United 30 12 8 10 36 28 +8 44
7 Aleine United 30 12 7 11 34 29 +5 43
8 Santos Luega 30 12 7 11 37 37 +0 43
9 Stradirù 30 13 1 16 36 34 +2 40
10 Paulinthal FC 30 11 6 13 33 45 -12 39
11 FC Myrkan 30 7 13 10 26 38 -12 34
12 Druidists 30 9 5 16 33 43 -10 32
13 Harklaoff 30 7 6 17 26 55 -29 27
14 Aleine FC 30 4 13 13 35 36 -1 25
15 Athletic Sutra 30 5 7 18 22 57 -35 22
16 OS Anax 30 4 3 23 27 81 -54 15


Copa de La Luna
Holders ~ Tanrısal
Broadcasts start at the Round of Sixteen due to regional restrictions

Round of Sixteen
FC Myrkan 4-2 CA Paulinthal
Titanderth 1-1(1-1 AET)[3-0 PKs] Isnat'pa United
Club Stein-los 1-1(2-1 AET) Aratha Metz
Fetherdron United 1-5 Stein-los Turkish
St. Galaxia
0-0(1-0 AET) Myrtha Dalin
Tanrısal 3-0 Peynol-Lunas
Lìjû 3-1 Darom United
Druidists 2-3 Galatica

Quarterfinals
Club Stein-los 3-3(8-3 AET) Lìjû
FC Myrkan 2-1 Galatica
Tanrısal 2-0 St. Galaxia
Titanderth 0-3 Stein-los Turkish

Semifinals
Stein-los Turkish 3-2 FC Myrkan
Tanrısal 0-0(1-0 AET) Club Stein-los

Final
@ Stade de Torgos, Torgos
Stein-los Turkish 1-1(2-1 AET) Tanrısal

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Image Baskita FC
Nickname: Eagles
Location: Torgos | Stadium: Taltron Park (66,000) | Manager: Image John McCormack
Kits: Home & Away

This has to be the last season for McCormack, as the results that the Schottia manager has produced have been far from satisfying the last three years, with the Eagles having fallen out of IFCF contention. In addition to that, the fabulous youth academy that the club has has been surpassed by their rivals and can no longer claim to be the very best in the nation. This comes at the same time that Galatica has seen a bit of a revival, meaning that the capital is once again a battleground for the clubs vying for dominance. McCormack is likely going to have to secure a spot in the IFCF to even try to keep his job, with a Champions' League place the only sure fire way he has the position next summer. The side is a mixed bag and getting them to perform as a unit will be the test to see if the club can climb out of this midtable funk that they have encountered over the past few seasons.

Starting XI: Image Raphael Bowbury (34); Image Brennan Durrani (26), Renata Novaković (28), Image Jake Newton (30), Kinga Kállai (27); Becse Sultés (27), Bod Joó (27), Image Evangeline Aschenbach (30), Ádám Berecz (29); Image Damaris Nebojsic (26), Ktisztina Seres (23)
Key Reserves: Berto Palerma (GK, 31), Linka Polak (RB, 31), Bars Keresztes (CB, 24), Mátyás Soltész (LW, 23), Artus Latourelle (MC, 30), Image Ilqar Isgandarov (ST, 19)

Image Club Stein-los
Nickname: The Old Club, The Dressers
Location: Stein-los | Stadium: Stein-los Stadium (59,000) | Manager: Image Markus Anderton
Kits: Home & Away

The second oldest club in Pasarga, Club Stein-los was the initial powerhouse in Pasarga having won the top division in five of the first six seasons of domestic football in the dual islands. Although the Dressers do have ten top flight titles to their name, their last one came six decades ago and they have had to suffer the indignity of watching clubs like Tani and CAP become the premier clubs in the nation. A successful season last year in which the club was able to sneak their way into the IFCL, the Dressers now have to show that they can keep up the challenge. That has been the problem the last few decades, is keeping the team together and performing at a top five level. The Nepharim manager has solved the first problem of not having a success, can they now solve the second in sustaining it?

Starting XI: Sasa Szatmáry (32); Ibolya Takách (25), Alvisio Pisani (28), Image Eli Al-Cazar (30), Barbara Nagy (21); Zizi Lendvai (27), Matthias Maur (32), Image Hermaeus Mora (26), Image Harrison Burns (32); Mücahit Aardenburg (32), Éva Mezei (25)
Key Reserves: Edina Szél (GK, 27), Ompoly Erôss (CB, 20), Mario Schweitzer (RW, 27), Mária Szepes (MC, 29), Ramóna Berta (MC, 27), Image Sakura Nishizawa (ST, 23)

Image CA Paulinthal
Nickname: The Hurricane, CAP
Location: Paulinthal | Stadium: San Daros (64,000) | Manager: Image Andrea Betancourt
Kits: Home, Away, & Third

You wouldn't know it now, but CAP has not always been this megaclub that could stand toe to toe with any team in the world and give them a run for their money. CA Paulinthal started as nothing more than a football club founded by a collection of mariners, three years before the PFA would even be formed, in 1896 and would not go on to win their first top division title until 1931. Located on the west side of Paulinthal, CAP built its fanbase around the working class, particular among merchants and mariners, who would carry their tales of the club to the foreign locales that they would frequent for their profession. CAP is recognized as the first formally formed football club in Pasarga and it is perhaps then fitting that it rose through the years to be the best club in the land and one of the best in all of Rushmore, emerging as a power in the early editions of the Copa de Campeones, or Rushmori Champions' League as it was locally known. These days, CAP has enough money and influence to attract even the best players in the world, though their youth academy rivals that of Baskita for producing solid players that can slot into the first team with relative ease.

Since the retirement of Margot, CAP has had a bit of a tough time going of it, being completely flabergasted to see the Spartans of Hellinic Rouge usurp the title not once but twice from underneath them. The squad has decided to get significantly younger to try and get back to the top of the Pasargan league and from there to challenge once more for the international competitions.

Starting XI: Borka Szekeres (26); Image Layla Montgomery (30), Image/Image Chadwick Beath (30), Judit Kádár (27), Image Hadrian Pazos (20); Vojmil Topić (20), Kerecsen Benke (31), Image Arjean Jeremiah-Dockson (30), Erik Földessy (27); Image Camila Soria Luna (29); Image Stanimir Ilev (27)
Key Reserves: Ozsvát Orosz (GK, 24), Image Mirijana Zajonic (R/CB, 25), Fruzsina Budai (CB, 24), Image Angelo Castaldo (LB, 20), Image Breta Glibin (RW, 33), Ors Rátz (A/MC, 29), Image Arista Tzorvas (ST, 27)

Image Duke of the North
Nickname: The Dukes
Location: Isnat'pa | Stadium: Citadel Stadium (25,000) | Manager: Duci Urbán
Kits: Home & Away

If there is a big surprise among the younger clubs who have managed to stay in the top flight, it would have to be Duke of the North, who despite all circumstances that say they should be a second tier side at best but somehow stay a relatively comfortable midtable side despite it all, almost in spite of all the conditions that stand in their way. The Dukes don't have a huge following outside of Pasarga, as their more defensive approach does not win them many fans outside of purists who believe that the matter of victory doesn't mean anything, only that the squad emerges victorious at the end of the ninety minutes. It has worked well for them, even if they do fail to bring in high profile foreign or domestic talent as a result, they are an enigma but their success can not be denied, even managing to win a pair of Copa de La Lunas in the process to fill out the trophy cabinet. However Korbin Harvey is no longer in his prime and that could spell disaster for this defensive juggernaut who built their success upon him.

Starting XI: Image Korbin Harvey (36); Rozalia Sebeôk (27), Nadine Fenstermacher (29), Image Odde Aandal (29), Image Estefany Simms (25); Ursula Möller (30), Image Carl Hodge-Malone (30), Image Keziah Locke (28), Adne Beckers (30); Erik Klug (29), Image Greyson Coulthirst (30)
Key Reserves: Marina Drescher (GK, 29), Image Sansa Dreyfuss (RB, 33), Darda Szalai (CB, 25), Zsa-zsa Kuncz (LW, 23), Vitéz Takácz (MC, 23), Tihamér Szakály (A/MC 32), Ákos Pálinkás (ST, 27)

Image Evenfar FC
Nickname: The Pegasii, The Greens
Location: Evenfar | Stadium: Woodland Park (22,000) | Manager: Kelemen Demeter
Kits: Home & Away

Long ago are the days when the Greens were the champions of Evenfar and the rulers of the city, with Hellinic Rouge being the small fry. Not only have they had to suffer the indignity of seeing their crosstown rivals become the bigger club and win a pair of SuperLiga titles, but they had to do so from the second tier as they have indeed fallen on some hard times. The squad is at a decent spot age wise but there is a huge question on whether they have enough talent to stay in the topflight, having finished sixth in the SuperLiga 2 but hit its form during the playoff to win promotion.

Starting XI: Miroš Pavić (34); Phillipp Saenger (30), Miklós Kállay (27), Stefan Polášek (25), Dominika Špačková (30); Helena Píchová (27), Ines Frankfurter (28), Irena Šebestová (20), Farah Epskamp (29); Márió Schulteisz (29), Lucia Kocábová (27)
Key Reserves: Kornél Virág (GK, 27), Martin Dusík (RB, 20), Zdeňka Ramešová (LB, 21), Kateřina Stašová (CB, 20), Željka Matković (MC, 34), Kristýna Riedlová (ST, 21)

Image Fetherdron United
Nickname: The Eagles
Location: Torgos | Stadium: Silverthal (60,000) | Manager: Marko Gerste
Kits: Home & Away

Fetherdron continue to be something of an afterthought in the capital, even if they look to be shaking off the recent decades of being a yo-yo club between the top flight and second tier. Solidifying their position in the top tier might finally get a few more well known names to consider them over the more decorated Galatica or Baskita, as the side continues to play quite an attractive and open style of football. The Eagles have solidified their spot in the top flight well enough over the last few seasons but their position still feels a bit tenuous and with very little in the way of foreign reinforcement or good youth products the last season or two, it may be touch and go if they can stay up.

Starting XI: Leon Poljak (28); Edis Heezen (29), Júlia Kocsis (29), Ulrich Ostermann (30), Anne-Roos van Weert (29); Višeslav Stojanović (28), Image Shanna Oakstone (26), Markus Szôllôs (32), Đurđa Mihaljević (29); Jana Walter (29), Zoárd Novák (27)
Key Reserves: Krisztina Gelencsér (GK, 23), Erik Kortig (CB, 23), Kasim Gamal Sayegh (MC, 31), Florka Müllner (ST, 23), Angyalka Havasy (ST, 23)

Image Galatica
Nickname: The Galacticos
Location: Torgos | Stadium: Stade de Torgos (90,000) | Manager: Michael Mueller
Kits: Home & Away

If there is one club in Pasarga that thinks quite highly of themselves, it is Galatica, having nicknamed their squad The Galacticos, and continiously going on about how they were the original superclub in the dual islands. The truth is, Galatica is a good club but not near as good as either the club or fans would have you believes. Michael Mueller has turned the squad's fortunes around, taking them from lower mitable stretch to fighting consistently for the ICC places, emphasis on a good attack. Though that is hardly a surprise given his and his cousin both being renowned national team strikers and his aggressive style of play has made the squad more successful but the better sides seem to find the holes in his defenses more often than not. It feels like the side is just on the cusp of being among the elite but is missing perhaps that one key player to get them into the IFCF places.

Starting XI: Liliána Végh (28); Carlo Iadanza (28), Blanka Gáspár (25), Image Lowen Rosenthal (29), Mihaela Pavlović (28); Image Sylvie Reynolds (26), Image Riona Parker (27), Daniek Huijberts (28), Malika Földy (31); Image Naseem Cross (29), Image Cristian Bogarín (25)
Key Reserves: Anasztaizia Orsós (LB, 21), Dávid Berec (RW, 21), Image Robert Cuellar (MC, 33), Daniek Huijberts (MC, 25), Brancaleone Arcuri (ST, 34), Kapolcs Deák (ST, 31)

Image Hellinic Rouge
Nickname: The Spartans
Location: Evenfar | Stadium: Spartan Stadium (30,000) | Manager: Image Chris Granger
Kits: Home & Away

Having become the youngest club to win the SuperLiga and then managed to do it again, the Spartans have truly entrenched themselves among Pasargan footballing lore and elite. However the club is now in a bit of transition, with Tobias Möller deciding to retire at the top with the back to back SuperLiga titles and feeling like he finally got the vindication that he had been looking for. Enter young Euran Chris Granger who has a large task ahead of him of trying to keep the squad together and convince the fans that he is the right man for the job. The first order of business is to keep the Spartans in among the IFCF places, preferably in the Champions' League but even the Challengers' Cup would be a sign to the fans and board that Granger was the correct person to put their support behind.

Starting XI: Image Dana Hutchins (30); Image Leron Fernandes (32), Image Renato Hargreaves (29), Borsala Máté (28), Arnþrúður Kristjánsdóttir (28); Magdalena Debeljak (29), Image Graziana Din (30), Image Jakki Montelius (25), Davorka Čerkez (30); Image Nya Murray (30), Petar Galić (30)
Key Reserves: Szescõ Mezei (GK, 24), Image Eskama Nagi (RB, 32), Lõrinc Vass (LB, 24), Sameh 'Afif Guirguis (CB, 31), Image Martyn Schelzer (CB, 33), Ferike Szôllôssi (LW, 26), Anita Vince (MC, 32), Domokos Biró (MC, 23) Image Fox Charnwood (ST, 32)

Image Lunas FC
Nickname: The Moon Warriors
Location: Lunas | Stadium: Stadium of the Moon (84,000) | Manager: Alex Saári
Kits: Home & Away

Lunas is a bit of an enigma, having been one of the oldest clubs with one of the biggest stadiums and in one of the best places in the dual islands to attract top talent to their side. However for all that they have going right for them, the side seems to struggle out of the grip that the midtable has on them, though they have had a few ventures into the top five including last season. Some question the tactics, adhering to what many believe to be a completely outdated version of football, in a very rigid 4-4-2 that does not even have a bit of attacking flair or defensive steel put in place to separate it from the tactics of old. Without a bit of flair or steel, the squad is more than likely to be among the middle of the pack once more or at least on the outside of the IFCF places with the fixture congestion that the Challengers' Cup will bring.

Starting XI: Image Rosalind Buchanan (31); Jeannet Backus (29), Felix Metzger (32), Rikke Nilsson (29), Boban Groenink (29); Jakub Malý (23), Sophie Nagel (30), David Schweizer (28), Lorant Kontz (27); Image Senn Matthams (30), Zvonimir Čerkez (28)
Key Reserves: Eliot LaGrande (GK, 24), Mozes Szôts (LB, 27), Henri Rocheleau (CB, 24), Grégoire Grimard (CB, 24), Image Mathilda Brooks (RW, 33), Image Ronaldo Vargas (LW, 33), Arnold Jósa (MC, 25), Gergo Sáry (ST, 22), Image Hamlet Jylland (ST, 32)

Image Mytos-Turin
Nickname: The Crew, Yellowjackets
Location: Belja | Stadium: Titanos (19,000) | Manager: Ivana Lacková
Kits: Home & Away

This is one of those teams who do not have much of a following outside of their own local region, as they play a style of footballing in what a lot of people would call a very boring matter. One of the few clubs in the dual islands who really like to get stuck in a play defensively and is going to make sure that even if you beat them, you will have paid for the experience. They just barely scrapped by last season and are good contenders for the drop once more. The squad just lacks a true threat going forward and for their style to get results, they need at least one player who can score goals when their precious chances come across, nor much depth outside the starting eleven to pick up the slack for injuries, suspensions, or bad run of form.

Starting XI: Image Leonidas Barrett (29); Lonne Honsbeek (29), Lubomír Bláha (22), Yveta Šťastná (20), Image Iqra Gibbs (20); Milan Svoboda (20), Image Jill Torgeson (24), Stéfanie Wijngaard (29), Andro Luijben (29); Sien den Hoed (29), Image Athena Kagioglou (31)
Key Reserves: Viola Man (GK, 29), Image Arlene Kosciusko (LB, 34), Image Piper Tarrant-Mitchell (LW, 20)

Image Paulinthal FC
Nickname: The Reds
Location: Paulinthal | Stadium: Seaside Park (27,000) | Manager: Image Jenny McDonald
Kits: Home & Away

When the other two top flight teams in your city are the oldest and most decorated club in the nation and one of the more infamous ones, it's easy to forget that Paulinthal FC exists and has a top flight title to their name as well. The gamble to bring in the young Schottia manager has seemingly worked out decently for them, with the Reds challenging for IFCF football last season. It is always a bit of touch and go with the side however and there is an uneasy complanency feeling that one gets with the team, as if they have become a bit too comfortable with solid midtable to IFCF challenging finishes. While not likely to be in a relegation fight, there is too much talent on the squad for that, it feels like this could be a season where they fall back towards the lower end of the midtable with an aging squad.

Starting XI: Image Ciera Carrizo (29); Image Bandar Levy-Sherman (29), Karole Szôllösi (28), Image Brettany Duggan (30), Image Desaree Crouch (30); Image Lena Scuffett (32), Image Monica Quarten (31), Image Ileanna Solberg (29), Nanou Cuppen (29); Katharina Schwarz (30), Image Elis Mitri (29
Key Reserves: Kamilla Vig (GK, 25), Sandor Kuntz (LB, 25), Irenke Maier (RB, 28), Kartal Gál (CB, 25), Najib van Meerendonk (LW, 29), Istvan Szücs (MC, 25), Lenci Szathmáry (MC, 25), Stephan Maier (ST, 26), Melinda Fazekas (ST, 25)

Image Peynol-Lunas
Location: Lunas | Stadium: Crescent Park (50,000) | Manager: Oxana Tošnjak
Kits: Home, Away, & Third

On the surface, Peynol looks to be the more formidable of the major clubs in Lunas, but their inability lay down a secure claim to a top half finish every year makes it where they are still somewhat in the shadow of Lunas FC. The memory of their unexpected relegation a few seasons ago also makes it a bit of an uneasy period for Peynol as they look to now solidify their position in the SuperLiga more than trying to crack the top ten with regularity. Last season was a modest campaign but one where they will believe they had a few too many wins turn into draws and draws turn into losses. A handful of those results going the other way and Peynol could be back among the top or they could falter and drop closer to the relegation fights once more.

Starting XI: Olivér Gyarmaty (25); Katinka Szöllôsy (27), Buga Radić (28), Michiel Dijkhuis (28), Joëlle Levering (24); Zsuzsi Pethô (32), Image Ruth Mulberry (31), Ceylan Versteege (28), Birthe Rinkel (24); Image Kurbis Garipzanov (29), Zajzon Erdôs (27)
Key Reserves: Vilbergur Héðinsson (GK, 20), Image Thibaut Peñarito (CB, 23), Image Eusebio Warburton (RW, 20), Mónika Csordás (LW, 25), Image Terrance Lymaria (ST, 23), Image Samson Greanaia (ST, 20)

Image Riis
Location: Targas | Stadium: Majestic Park (21,000) | Manager: Zajzon Sultisz
Kits: Home & Away

There are seasons where this young club look like they have finally figured everything out and are ready to contend, then there are years where they show their naivety a bit and look good for a drop back to the second tier. Lacking the same sort of financial power or name recognition as many of their top flight competitors certainly hampers the growth that they are looking for, despite that they have had a few good seasons in the top half. Last season though was one to forget, barely managing enough to keep from falling into the second tier, looking nearly helpless whenever they ventured out from Targas. The goal for the season is to try and turn five of those defeats they suffered into wins or draws and see if they can build from there or if the squad needs a thorough gutting and rebuild.

Starting XI: Barbara Furst (28); Benjamin Ziegler (28), Elizabeta Tkalčić (30), Evelina Versteijnen (29), Rozalia Szôcs(29); Milenko Klarić (30), Biserka Vuković (30), Mert Pisters (29), Gerbert Mauritz (29); Gerzson Kasza (26), Neo van Geelen (29)
Key Reserves: Jázmin Szölôsy (GK, 25), Bence Lantos (CB, 20), Szescõ Makkai (CB, 20), Levente Kun (RB, 21), Mozes Rigó (RW, 25), Image Dominic Miller (LW, 34), Elek Vég (MC, 20), Keleman Saári (ST, 21)

Image Santos Luega
Nickname: The Tecos
Location: Paulinthal | Stadium: Tecos Stadium (47,000) | Manager: Takara Lemus Escobar
Kits: Home & Away

Santos Luega, perhaps the most infamous club in all of Pasarga, with their strict stance of only allowing players of hispanic heritage into the club, though they have been a bit more open the last few years allowing players under the age of 18 to be allowed into the club if born in Paulinthal. Despite the rather small player pool to choose from, the Tecos have never been relegated outside of the top flight of Pasargan football and are something of cult heroes to small portions of the Paulinthal population. Thew new manager of Escobar seems to be trying to right the ship from its slide down the pecking order over the last decade and managed to get the squad to a reasonable midtable finish last season. There is potential in the squad but there is also the potential for it to not blossom, as key members of the squad are leaving the prime of their careers and heading towards retirement sooner than later. Can the older players put in another good shift or two as the younger generation gains their footing or will the midtable be the Tecos' new home?

Starting XI: Gillen Cortés Marín (30); Elisandro Franco Alonzo (28), Image Erauso Iburrusteta (30), Darlene Bahena Rubio (30), Margot Carreón Castillo (30); Geraldo Alemán Duarte (30), Lavinia Batista Aranda (29), Georges Cervántez Guardado (28), Atala Rascón Magana (29); Yoko Corrales Noriega (29), Oriel Villagómez Acuna (27)
Key Reserves: Raynaldo Puga Burgos (RB, 27), Rocco Rael Aranda (CB, 23), Anelisa Armijo Díaz (CB, 29), Fortuna Alemán Alaniz (RW, 24), Juanma Urías Zarate (LW, 25), Hadrian Venegas Preciado (MC, 33), Giulianna Cuellar Montalvo (MC, 25), Olivia Garza Rosales (ST, 21), Anacleto Paz Briseño (ST, 29)

Image Sardin United
Nickname: Riversiders, Gold-Blues
Location: Sardin | Stadium: East River Stadium (27,000) | Manager: Kelemen Takáts
Kits: Home & Away

Despite a bit of a small stature, Sardin United seems to becoming a mainstay in the top flight,and playing some very solid football in the process. Being the club that produced Juhana Jäntti, there is obviously some potential in the academy and the greater Sardin area, proven by the fact that the cities' three biggest clubs have all been in the topflight in the last four season. However the Riversiders have been the side to emerge as the side with the most steel in the gut to withstand the tenacity of the league, having a solid defensive line that keeps the side in most matches. However in all their years in the SuperLiga, it has been finding a striker with consistent form that has kept them from pushing into consistent top half finishers. Their defensive prowess should be enough to keep them up but until good attacking options make themselves known, it is unlikely they will achieve more than just being a really hard match in the SuperLiga.

Starting XI: Image Kirk Mohsin (30); Kristof Lakatos (27), Alvisio Mancini (28), Schmit Zétény (30), Anita Szarka (25); Dániel Bencsik (25), Egyed Váradi (31), Edelberto Menéndez Trejo (31), Image Corbett Maroun (30); Image Harman Norris (30), Alcide Pirozzi (28)
Key Reserves:András Gerô (GK, 25), Kinga Zsinkó (LB, 25), Vince Meyer (CB, 24), Ivett Sörös (RW, 25), Izsak Ujváry (LW, 32), Vanessza Harsányi (MC, 25), Kemenes Dobos (MC, 27), Barbara Kántor (ST, 27), Aranka Szigethy (ST, 25), Eszter Bakos (ST, 24)

Image SC Myrkan
Nickname: Sporting
Location: Myrkan | Stadium: Albion Stadium (24,000) | Manager: Mihaela Šimunović
Kits: Home & Away

One of the two big clubs in Myrkan, Sporting currently is getting the laugh over on FC Myrkan, though both are routine yo-yo clubs becomes the topflight and second division. This likely the last season that Mihaela Šimunović will be in charge, with many rumors circulating that the manager is set to retire at season's end. Last season saw a end of campaign run of form that allowed Sporting to slip out of the relegation spots and into fifteenth, keeping their streak of being in the top division alive. However the rumors of the retirement may be something of a distraction rather than a rallying cry for the squad, as they usually perform best under the radar rather than the spotlight on them.

Starting XI: Nikša Babić (28); Tabor Vagner (25), Szemere Lôrincz (25), Ozséb Földesi (25), Sven Popović (28); Milivoj Lovrić (28), Matilda Crnić (28), Szabolcs Gáspár (25), Godemir Stojanović (31); Joško Mađar (31), Odon Lázár (25)
Key Reserves: András Kecskés (RB, 25), Veronika Pavlasová (CB, 31), Jan Valíček (MC, 23)

Image SC Troubalose
Nickname: Sporting, The Metropolitans
Location: Troubalose | Stadium: Fire Park (62,000) | Manager: Julcsa Biró
Kits: Home & Away

There was once a time when The Metropolitans were among the best clubs in the dual islands, challenging for silverware and even actually winning the top division once. However in the modern era, they have seen nothing but setbacks and have been relegated to the numerous amount of clubs that seem to bounce back and forth between the SuperLiga and SuperLiga 2. To her credit, Julcsa has done her best to not let the team wallow in the second tier, usually finding their way back into the top division on the occasions that they do falter and end up in the drop. However for a club with such a long history and with some success, it has to be super frustrating. With the squad coming up once more, having finished second in the SuperLiga 2 last season, the test is to see if they can indeed stay up or if the drop will beckon them forth once more.

Starting XI: David Junek (28); František Novotný (28), Image Glenn Baumann (32), Kateřina Hrnčířová (28), Image Tristan Polenz (30); Image Imre Chase (27), Jiří Konrád (28), Daniel Měrka (28), Amadeus Riegl (26); Réka Ujváry (27), Varsàny Kovács (27)
Key Reserves: Jarmila Gradišar (GK, 22), Image Ash Reisman (LB, 34), Borislav Miletić (CB, 34), Domagoj Marušić (LW, 30), Želimir Poljak (MC, 26), Silva Vrdjuka (24, MC), Miroslav Dokoupil (RW, 23), Kateřina Valešová (ST, 23), Zoltán Szatmáry (ST, 25)

Image Stein-los Turkish
Nickname: Turkish, Eagles
Location: Stein-los | Stadium: Albrecht Road (57,000) | Manager: Image Genova Conrad
Kits: Home & Away

Turkish, the sister team to Albrecht Turkish of renown, and one of the founding members of Pasargan club football. Despite arguably being the most popular of the three major clubs in Stein-los, Turkish are somehow the least successful of them all, even though recent Copa victories have bolstered their trophy cabinet to quite a respectable size for those outside of Tani and CAP. Turkish always seem like they are the precipice of growing from just a traditional good club to one of the bigger clubs in Pasarga and Rushmore, but they always seem to come up just a bit short. Nevertheless, their fans are loyal and they play an attractive brand of football that gets even neutrals rooting for them, as evidenced by the number of foreign fan clubs and watching parties. Since taking over, Conrad has had Turkish always in contention for ICC football, either through the league position or cup run. This season looks to be much of the same if she can keep the team well rested while vying on three fronts.

Starting XI: Ambrus Galambos (32); Michaela Málková (31), Torsten Mueller (29), Benci Szôllôs (28), Image Rona Morgantrau (32); Zsombor Halász (31), Maximilian Mueller (30), Image Koloman Reaves (29), Juliska Müller (25); Image Azhaar Morales (33), Réka Szôllôssi (28)
Key Reserves: PRashida Adeela Almasi (GK, 23), Florian Kuefer (LB, 34), Image Aifric McIver (RW/RB, 24), Qubilah Tuba Guirguis (RB, 24), Oszkar Berec (CB, 27), Image Brae Yboor (27, MC), Najiyah Lubanah Mifsud (ST, 23), Gordan Jurić (ST, 20)

Image Stilinkeep FC
Nickname: The Knights
Location: Stilinkeep | Stadium: Stilinkeep Stadium (64,000) | Manager: Natália Szölösi
Kits: Home & Away

With one of the largest stadiums in the dual islands and in one of the most important cities as well, you would think that Stilinkeep would have little trouble keeping themselves in the topflight, having the sort of money to sure up any weaknesses in the squad. However for all of their wealth through their prime location, they have fallen into the SuperLiga 2 a time or two, having had to win their way back into the topflight last season but did so as champions and looking quite comfortable for the promotion throughout the season. The squad blends a good mixture of young players and veterans who have seen a few seasons in the top division, so it gives good hope that not only should they have enough strength about them to survive but they might even go on to push for a top half finish if they can take advantage of their intimidating stadium against some of the more inconsistent sides.

Starting XI: Munif Mansur Handal (32); Markus Roth (30), Zorica Horvat (28), Hrvoja Bošnjak (28), Mór Szöllôs (25); Andrija Kovačević (28), Laborc Sinka (27), Miro Švorc (22), Gazsi Lackó (25); Markos Kovách (25), Safiy al Din Naim Ganim (32)
Key Reserves: Adél Deák (GK, 25), Vjekoslav Tomić (LB, 28), Huanita Gombar (CB, 20), Sandi Sinković (LW, 21), Godemir Tkalčić (MC, 30), Tanja Marija Tul (ST, 21)

Image Tanrısal
Nickname: Tani
Location: Stein-los | Stadium: Kilmonarch (72,000) | Manager: Srđan Jakšić
Kits: Home & Away

Tani is the club that has stood the test of time in Stein-los, having won the second ever top division, and yet still remains a force in the game even now. Tani is a club that has always had money, despite it being the "second club" of Stein-los, and was able to attract quality players from the start. Unlike other teams that prefer to build from within, Tani much prefers to buy already developed players, though their youth academy has had a few stand outs over time. Money made Tani a power and allowed them to close the power gap between them and CAP but the last two seasons has seen them fall from Champions' League football to the Challengers' Cup. This is not enough for a team like Tani and they have done a sweeping change of much of the playing staff to try and get some fresh faces and players hungry for success in. The team does not look as good as Hellinic or CAP but they should not be too far off the pace from the rest of the best clubs in the country.

Starting XI: Image Dian McKeown-Collet (29); Image Matts Pedersen (25), Laurent Chandonnet (29, Image Gerik Morlock (28), Mojmira Jović (25); Kati Szöllôsy (32), Image Christian O'Brien (26), Irena Đurić (29); Image Namakula Kawesa (30); Image Keller Marsden (30), Image Jonte Bestatter (25)
Key Reserves: Andrija Hrvatin (RB, 20), Borbála Szôcs (CB, 24), Poldi Szigety (MC, 27), Benci Gölöncsér (AMC, 27), Bratislav Rukavina (ST, 25)
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Season 1995


For a third straight season, it was the Spartans of Hellinic Rouge against a team from Stein-los in the curtain raiser of the season at the Copa Real in the capital. And like the last two seasons before, it would be the Stein-los club that would emerge victorious, as Turkish showed their pedigree in a thorough victory over the league holders, with a pair of goals from Réka Szôllôssi on either side of the half and a late goal from Brae Yboor that sealed the match, meaning Chris Granger had to endure defeat on their managerial debut with Hellinic. There was glimpses of that title winning form from Hellinic during the match, but only a solitary goal from Čerkez was able to beat the Turkish defense. However having lost the season opener against Tani each of the last two seasons means that the Spartans did not have much to worry about, especially going up against one of the best teams in the country. Turkish gets a boost to morale and momentum that they hope will keep up in the league.

However what neither could account for was a CA Paulinthal side that took the league by storm and decided that no prisoners would be taken as they waltzed to the league title, eventually ending with a ten point gap between themselves and the rest of the league. The CAP attack was a force to be reckoned with, having two national team strikers at their disposal, meaning that if one was coming off the pitch, another one was coming right back on. Ilev and Tzorvas combined for forty-seven goals in league play as the two seemed to alternate starts while the midfield and defense chipped in as well with nearly thirty goals themselves. Turning many of their usual defeats into draws, while the Hurricane might not have been a completely dominant team, they were very difficult to beat and that was enough this season to see them severely better than the rest of the league and win their first league title in six seasons. For fans of CAP, this will be a league campaign they are not like to forget and will celebrate it for quite awhile, but they will have to know that the squad is in need of some help if they are to reach the knockouts in the IFCF again.

The top of the table resembled more of a traditional powerhouse as Tani climbed out of their funk and were that team in second that was ten points back of CAP. While Tani will likely be very annoyed that they unable to get all the way back to the top and that CAP had to be the team who took the title, further adding to the gap between the two league titles tally, they have to be happy with how the side did manage to once again qualify for the Champions' League. With so many of their reserves being under twenty players after selling of quite a bit of their squad during the window, it is a feat to the players who remained to be able to finish second despite having very little in tested depth. Baskita also seemed to right itself and finish third but it is unclear if the third placed finish will be enough to save John McCormack's job, as the club's youth team has seen it slip from the top of not just the nation but the whole world to now not even winning their regional league. There will be some questions over the summer in the capital about his tenure and if it should continue.

Rounding out the rest of the IFCF places is Hellinic, who finished in fourth, which might be disappointing to the fans of the team after back to back titles, but this is a transitional period for the club with its new manager. It is likely that there will be quite a bit of turnover for the Spartans in the window, with Granger likely to move on the older and fringe players of the squad and tried to find players who fit his vision. Turkish were able to keep that momentum from the Copa Real and once again finish in the IFCF places, though they needed a bit of help in that the two Finalists in the Copa de La Luna were both already in IFCF places. Like many of the top teams in the division, the upcoming window is likely going to be one where there is the possibility for a good amount of turnover, with quite a few of the club's starters into their thirties. Such is the cycle of clubs, at a certain point, they have to get younger to get better and there is several clubs in the top flight who will be looking to do so, particularly the big clubs with the funds to procure foreign talent of note.

The rest of the league played out more or less like the experts predicted except for Stilinkeep coming out of the SuperLiga 2 and straight into sixth place. Had they done this last season, they would be into the Challengers' Cup themselves with the bursting back into the SuperLiga that they had, unfortunately the league has performed poorly the last few IFCF cycles and lost one of its Champions' League spots, meaning sixth place was no longer good enough for IFCF placing. However it has to be a season to remember for Stilinkeep and perhaps one that might finally see their transition from a yo-yo club to that of a real power, given their location and that marvelous stadium of theirs. On the way up is SC Filwarfin and FC Myrkan, who will feel a bit haughty as they will be switching places with SC Myrkan who were not good enough in the end, as they were relegated along with Evenfar and Mytos-Turin. All three clubs will be odds on favorites to get promoted back next season, but the SuperLiga 2 can sometimes be a difficult journey for those not used to its forty-two game marathon of a season, without the added fixtures of the Copa.

In the Copa Final, it was a battle of two teams looking to get their fortunes turned around as Baskita was taking on Tani. Baskita was the favorite to emerge as the winners, having bested Evenfar six to nil in the semifinals to get to the FInal, on top of it being played in the capital, even if it was in Galatica's stadium. Tani on the otherhand had to have endured a marathon defensive battle in the semis against CAP, eventually besting their rivals in penalties as neither side was able to put a goal past the other in a hundred and twenty minutes. Baskita opened the scoring early, as Ádám Berecz found Evangeline Aschenbach on the outside of the area and the midfielder made no mistake with her shot placement. It would take until the second half for Tani to respond to that goal but respond they did, with Keller Marsden running down the touchline and crossing it in to Bestatter who chested it down for Kawesa to run onto and put their laces through to equalize the game just before the hour mark. Six minutes later Christian O'Brien had a freekick from twenty-five yards out that was perfectly weighted and curled into the upper right corner, giving Tani a lead they would not relinquish and adding to their Copa victory tally.

Copa Real
@Stade de Torgos, Torgos
Hellinic Rouge 1-3 Stein-los Turkish

SuperLiga
Pos Team                    P   W   D   L For  Ag  +/- Pts
1 CA Paulinthal 38 22 10 6 86 41 +45 76 Champions
2 Tanrısal 38 18 12 8 85 64 +21 66 IFCL
3 Baskita FC 38 17 13 8 47 35 +12 64 IFCC
4 Hellinic Rouge 38 18 9 11 62 45 +17 63 IFCC
5 Stein-los Turkish 38 17 11 10 71 53 +18 62 IFCC

6 Stilinkeep FC 38 16 13 9 40 38 +2 61
7 Galatica 38 15 9 14 52 44 +8 54
8 Santos Luega 38 15 8 15 38 45 -7 53
9 Peynol-Lunas 38 15 8 15 45 65 -20 53
10 Club Stein-los 38 14 10 14 59 54 +5 52
11 Lunas FC 38 15 7 16 56 54 +2 52
12 Duke of the North 38 11 18 9 38 36 +2 51
13 Sardin United 38 13 12 13 40 43 -3 51
14 Paulinthal FC 38 13 10 15 64 65 -1 49
15 Riis 38 12 8 18 48 63 -15 44
16 Fetherdron United 38 11 10 17 41 49 -8 43
17 SC Troubalose 38 10 9 19 36 53 -17 39
18 Evenfar FC 38 9 11 18 39 53 -14 38 Relegated
19 SC Myrkan 38 7 15 16 24 43 -19 36 Relegated
20 Mytos-Turin 38 6 9 23 19 47 -28 27 Relegated


SuperLiga 2

Playoff: Titanderth 6-3(5-1) Lìjû, Torgos City 4-3(3-0) Tyrysier | Titanderth 3-0 Torgos City

Pos Team                 P   W   D   L For  Ag  +/- Pts
1 FC Myrkan 42 24 11 7 73 44 +29 83 Champions
2 SC Filwarfin 42 22 9 11 60 45 +15 75 Promoted

3 Titanderth 42 21 9 12 100 65 +35 72 Playoff
4 Torgos City 42 19 13 10 63 45 +18 70 Playoff
5 Tyrysier 42 19 12 11 66 52 +14 69 Playoff
6 Lìjû 42 18 12 12 60 49 +11 66 Playoff

7 Aleine United 42 19 8 15 76 61 +15 65
8 Arthiana-bas 42 19 8 15 64 55 +9 65
9 SC Sardin 42 17 13 12 66 59 +7 64
10 Myrtha Dalin 42 18 9 15 72 60 +12 63
11 FC Belja 42 17 9 16 61 57 +4 60
12 Stradirù 42 17 9 16 41 41 +0 60
13 Targas City 42 16 9 17 62 60 +2 57
14 RC Sardin 42 17 6 19 71 71 +0 57
15 Aleine FC 42 15 10 17 58 61 -3 55
16 Avidë 42 15 10 17 60 70 -10 55
17 Haslief 42 16 7 19 63 80 -17 55
18 Druidists 42 15 8 19 56 70 -14 53
19 St. Galaxia 42 10 12 20 41 60 -19 42
20 Aratha Metz 42 10 11 21 45 66 -21 41 Relegated
21 Athletic Sutra 42 7 9 26 47 83 -36 30 Relegated
22 FC Felaton 42 5 8 29 49 100 -51 23 Relegated


SuperLiga 3

Playoff: Cilinas FC 5-2(4-1) Cape Jark, Targas United 2-3(2-0) Orasul | Cilinas FC 2-4 Orasul

Pos Team                  P   W   D   L For  Ag  +/-  Pts
1 Celesthem FC 42 32 7 3 65 17 +48 103 Champions
2 Tulduroc United 42 26 12 4 58 21 +37 90 Promoted

3 Cilinas FC 42 22 9 11 58 34 +24 75 Playoff
4 Targas United 42 20 9 13 42 30 +12 69 Playoff
5 Orasul 42 18 13 11 36 29 +7 67 Playoff
6 Cape Jark 42 19 10 13 37 32 +5 67 Playoff

7 Peixe 42 16 13 13 39 43 -4 61
8 Hyan FC 42 16 12 14 35 31 +4 60
9 Tarrows 42 17 9 16 51 48 +3 60
10 Leyton Peynol 42 16 9 17 38 44 -6 57
11 SC Dendros 42 14 14 14 59 48 +11 56
12 Pendera 42 14 11 17 29 33 -4 53
13 Harklaoff 42 13 12 17 46 52 -6 51
14 Real Troubalose 42 13 11 18 29 35 -6 50
15 Uriz 42 12 13 17 28 33 -5 49
16 Renaitiz 42 12 13 17 29 42 -13 49
17 Isnat'pa United 42 13 9 20 26 37 -11 48
18 OS Anax 42 10 15 17 44 57 -13 45
19 Darom United 42 9 14 19 34 57 -23 41
20 Altanley United 42 10 9 23 27 42 -15 39
21 Tharg-calan 42 10 7 25 41 63 -22 37
22 Seletal FC 42 4 21 17 20 43 -23 33


Championship Playoff: Tanrısal 3-0(2-0) Galatica, Duke of the North 1-3(1-0) Celesthem FC | Tanrısal 5-2 Celesthem FC

Central Pargis
Pos Team                    P   W   D   L For  Ag  +/- Pts
1 Galatica 30 20 5 5 50 20 +30 65 Champions
2 Baskita FC 30 19 6 5 60 20 +40 63
3 Tyrysier 30 14 12 4 44 21 +23 54
4 Fetherdron United 30 16 4 10 53 36 +17 52
5 RC Sardin 30 15 7 8 40 31 +9 52
6 SC Sardin 30 15 6 9 45 31 +14 51
7 Riis 30 13 9 8 37 25 +12 48
8 Targas United 30 11 9 10 28 29 -1 42
9 Avidë 30 13 3 14 33 35 -2 42
10 Targas City 30 11 6 13 31 34 -3 39
11 Aratha Metz 30 10 4 16 25 42 -17 34
12 Torgos City 30 8 8 14 33 39 -6 32
13 St. Galaxia 30 7 6 17 33 56 -23 27
14 Peixe 30 7 3 20 30 53 -23 24
15 Tarrows 30 6 6 18 21 54 -33 24
16 FC Felaton 30 5 6 19 20 57 -37 21


Peynol
Pos Team                    P   W   D   L For  Ag  +/- Pts
1 Duke of the North 30 21 3 6 48 18 +30 66 Champions
2 Lìjû 30 17 7 6 40 25 +15 58
3 Titanderth 30 16 8 6 59 27 +32 56
4 Stilinkeep FC 30 15 10 5 46 20 +26 55
5 Myrtha Dalin 30 15 9 6 46 25 +21 54
6 FC Belja 30 14 12 4 42 21 +21 54
7 Mytos-Turin 30 15 9 6 42 23 +19 54
8 Tulduroc United 30 13 9 8 40 29 +11 48
9 Leyton Peynol 30 10 8 12 32 32 +0 38
10 Pendera 30 7 13 10 26 44 -18 34
11 SC Dendros 30 9 4 17 29 50 -21 31
12 Orasul 30 5 12 13 22 36 -14 27
13 Hyan FC 30 6 8 16 23 40 -17 26
14 Darom United 30 4 8 18 27 60 -33 20
15 Altanley United 30 3 10 17 21 51 -30 19
16 Isnat'pa United 30 3 4 23 16 58 -42 13


Pargis-Peynol
Pos Team                  P   W  D   L For  Ag  +/- Pts
1 Celesthem FC 30 21 6 3 59 24 +35 69 Champions
2 Lunas FC 30 22 2 6 49 18 +31 68
3 Hellinic Rouge 30 21 4 5 58 18 +40 67
4 Evenfar FC 30 17 5 8 56 23 +33 56
5 Peynol-Lunas 30 15 10 5 40 22 +18 55
6 SC Troubalose 30 16 4 10 49 32 +17 52
7 SC Filwarfin 30 15 5 10 40 26 +14 50
8 Real Troubalose 30 15 4 11 50 33 +17 49
9 Cilinas FC 30 15 3 12 38 40 -2 48
10 Seletal FC 30 9 5 16 27 48 -21 32
11 Renaitiz 30 7 10 13 23 36 -13 31
12 Haslief 30 8 6 16 23 42 -19 30
13 Tharg-calan 30 5 6 19 21 58 -37 21
14 Uriz 30 5 4 21 15 60 -45 19
15 Arthiana-bas 30 3 7 20 14 44 -30 16
16 Cape Jark 30 2 7 21 15 53 -38 13


South Pargis
Pos Team                    P   W   D   L For  Ag  +/- Pts
1 Tanrısal 30 21 7 2 57 17 +40 70 Champions
2 CA Paulinthal 30 13 12 5 42 28 +14 51
3 Club Stein-los 30 14 9 7 42 29 +13 51
4 Santos Luega 30 15 6 9 40 29 +11 51
5 SC Myrkan 30 15 5 10 43 27 +16 50
6 Paulinthal FC 30 13 10 7 34 32 +2 49
7 Sardin United 30 14 6 10 55 33 +22 48
8 Stein-los Turkish 30 13 8 9 39 30 +9 47
9 FC Myrkan 30 12 9 9 34 26 +8 45
10 Stradirù 30 12 6 12 33 34 -1 42
11 Aleine FC 30 11 8 11 39 34 +5 41
12 Aleine United 30 11 4 15 26 34 -8 37
13 Druidists 30 7 4 19 26 43 -17 25
14 Athletic Sutra 30 5 9 16 25 48 -23 24
15 Harklaoff 30 6 2 22 18 61 -43 20
16 OS Anax 30 4 3 23 22 70 -48 15


Copa de La Luna
Holders ~ Stein-los Turkish
Broadcasts start at the Round of Sixteen due to regional restrictions

Round of Sixteen
Baskita FC 3-1 Isnat'pa United
Tharg-calan 1-3 Titanderth
SC Dendros 1-1(1-2 AET) Galatica
Mytos-Turin 0-2 Uriz
SC Troubalose
2-0 Real Troubalose
FC Belja 3-4 Tanrısal
Athletic Sutra 0-3 CA Paulinthal
Evenfar FC
2-0 Stilinkeep FC

Quarterfinals
Galatica 1-1(2-2 AET)[1-3 PKs] CA Paulinthal
Evenfar FC
2-1 SC Troubalose
Tanrısal 5-1 Titanderth
Uriz 0-0(0-1 AET) Baskita FC

Semifinals
Baskita FC 6-0 Evenfar FC
CA Paulinthal 0-0(0-0 AET)[2-4 PKs] Tanrısal

Final
@ Stade de Torgos, Torgos
Baskita FC 1-2 Tanrısal

Awards
Team of the Season (Voted on by the media)
GK: Munif Mansur Handal - Stilinkeep FC
RB: Image Hadrian Pazos - CA Paulinthal
CB: Renata Novaković - Baskita FC
CB: Image Jake Newton - Baskita FC
LB: Rozalia Sebeôk - Duke of the North
RW: Erik Földessy - CA Paulinthal
MC: Image Graziana Din - Hellinic Rouge
AMC: Image Namakula Kawesa - Tanrısal
LW: Zsombor Halász - Stein-los Turkish
ST: Réka Szôllôssi, Stein-los Turkish
ST: Image Stanimir Ilev - CA Paulinthal

Player of the Season (Voted on by the Managers of the SuperLiga)
1) Image Stanimir Ilev, CA Paulinthal (27 goals, 4 assists)
2) Réka Szôllôssi, Stein-los Turkish (21 goals, 7 assists)
3) Munif Mansur Handal, Stilinkeep FC (11 clean sheets)

Golden Boot
1) Image Stanimir Ilev, CA Paulinthal (27 goals)
2) Image Keller Marsden, Tanrısal (22 goals)
3) Réka Szôllôssi, Stein-los Turkish (21 goals)

Foreigner of the Year (Voted on by the PFA)
1) Image Stanimir Ilev, CA Paulinthal (27 goals, 4 assists)
2) Image Keller Marsden, Tanrısal (22, 5 assists)
3) Image Namakula Kawesa - Tanrısal (5 goals, 12 assists)
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Postby Pasarga » Sun Dec 06, 2020 4:02 pm

Torgos Tribune ~ Changes Forthcoming

The Pasargan Footballing Association has announced that this years' domestic cycle will be the last cycle that will be competed under the current format that has been used for the last few decades. Citing financial hardships by the amount of travel for SuperLiga 3 sides, whom are for the most part semi-professional clubs, the PFA has voted unanimously last week to modify the existing league structure. There was a suggestion that the third tier be split into two conferences that are regional based to cut down the travel costs that are producing such financial turmoil for the third tier clubs, however that suggestion was voted down by thirty clubs in favor and thirty-four clubs against. Surprisingly it was the majority of the third tier clubs themselves who voted against such a change, along with ten clubs from the second tier, and four clubs from the SuperLiga itself. With the first suggestion having been voted down by the very clubs who were seeking benefit from the change in structure, the club presidents debated once more for what the preferred new league system will be following the 1996 season that is forthcoming.

Finally it came down to a long rumored suggestion that has been circulating for nearly a decade now, transitioning to a four tier system with the top two tiers remaining professional, while a mixture of semi-professional and professional clubs compete in the third tier, and the fourth tier being completely semi-pro. The suggestion was accompanied by having all four tiers consist of a uniform amount of teams, as the sixty-four clubs could easily be divided into four tiers of sixteen teams each, much like the reserve and youth league structures have, providing the very blueprint for the idea in the first place. As the time for the approval vote came, it was approved by forty-two votes for and twenty-two votes against, with the majority of the dissent coming from the lower end clubs of both the SuperLiga and SuperLiga 2. However there was enough support from the majority of the clubs that the motion has been passed and the league will prepare to transition into the new league structure following the upcoming season.

As part of the transition, six clubs will be relegated from the SuperLiga this season, while only the top two teams from the SuperLiga 2 will be promoted into the topflight next season. As you move down the pyramid, the bloodbath for survival will be brutal, as the lowest sixteen finishers from the SuperLiga 3 will be jettisoned to begin the new fourth tier. A name for the fourth tier is currently not settled on, while many believe simply calling it the SuperLiga 4 will be apt, though a few others are suggesting a different name as it will be a purely semi-pro level and not worthy of the professional name associated with the other tiers.

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Season 1996 Preview


Image Baskita FC
Nickname: Eagles
Location: Torgos | Stadium: Taltron Park (66,000) | Manager: Image Mario Ventura (56)
Kits: Home & Away

No Champions' League means the manager got the axe and enter a new one from Valladares. Ventura was a bit of a late hire and unfortunately was not able to really dig into the transfer market, meaning that this side is likely going to see a bit of a drop back. If Ventura can keep the side in the top ten without having managed to get a few of his own transfers in, it will be a neat feat and will tell of his manager prowess. The loss of Bowbury at the back does mean that the good defensive unit of last season might be in a bit of tizzy but Palerma will hopefully be capable.

Starting XI: Berto Palerma (32); Image Brennan Durrani (27), Renata Novaković (29), Image Jake Newton (31), Kinga Kállai (28); Becse Sultés (28), Bod Joó (28), Image Evangeline Aschenbach (31), Ádám Berecz (30); Image Damaris Nebojsic (27), Ktisztina Seres (24)
Key Reserves: Zsombor Szôlôsi (GK, 25), Linka Polak (RB, 32), Bars Keresztes (CB, 25), Mátyás Soltész (LW, 24), Artus Latourelle (MC, 31), Image Ilqar Isgandarov (ST, 20)

Image Club Stein-los
Nickname: The Old Club, The Dressers
Location: Stein-los | Stadium: Stein-los Stadium (59,000) | Manager: Image Markus Anderton (47)
Kits: Home & Away

Anderton may be feeling the pressure after failing to maintain a top six finish and spot in the IFCF places, with the Dressers finishing tenth last season. In a move to shore up a rather leaky defense, Anderton has brought in two defenders, with the experienced Jakob Silas from Brenecia while a young fullback from Baker Park that can play on either side of the pitch. That being said, the squad is a bit too old in areas where it matters and they could find it difficult to keep up with the rest of the league, which could be problematic for Anderton's continued employment.

Starting XI: Sasa Szatmáry (33); Ibolya Takách (26), Alvisio Pisani (29), Image Jakob Silas (29), Image Suzie Knight (23); Zizi Lendvai (28), Image Daniel Lachlant (25), Image Hermaeus Mora (26), Mario Schweitzer (28); Mücahit Aardenburg (33), Éva Mezei (26)
Key Reserves: Edina Szél (GK, 28), Ompoly Erôss (CB, 21), Image Harrison Burns (RW, 33), Mária Szepes (MC, 30), Ramóna Berta (MC, 28), Image Sakura Nishizawa (ST, 24)

Image CA Paulinthal
Nickname: The Hurricane, CAP
Location: Paulinthal | Stadium: San Daros (64,000) | Manager: Image Andrea Betancourt (55)
Kits: Home, Away, & Third

To say that the Hurricane felt like the Spartans had stolen the title from them not once but twice would be an understatement and they went on a rampage last season with only failing to pick up points in six of their matches en route to another title. Those first two years under Bentancourt had made the seaside fanbase worried that perhaps they had put their faith in the wrong person but last season's dominance erased those doubts. There was no major moves during the window but CAP did add in an experienced Nepharim leftback, with Montgomery having left the club. With two national team strikers in their prime, it is hard to see where CAP might falter, giving the side a luxury of quality in depth at the striker position.

Starting XI: Borka Szekeres (27); Image Sander Katarec (29), Image/Image Chadwick Beath (31), Judit Kádár (28), Image Hadrian Pazos (21); Vojmil Topić (21), Image Arjean Jeremiah-Dockson (31), Erik Földessy (28); Ors Rátz (30); Image Stanimir Ilev (28), Image Arista Tzorvas (28)
Key Reserves: Ozsvát Orosz (GK, 25), Fruzsina Budai (CB, 25), Image Angelo Castaldo (LB, 22), Image Breta Glibin (RW, 34), Gillen Madrigal López (A/ML, 19), Kerecsen Benke (MC, 32), Eustacio Corral Magana (ST, 19)

Image Duke of the North
Nickname: The Dukes
Location: Isnat'pa | Stadium: Citadel Stadium (25,000) | Manager: Duci Urbán (47)
Kits: Home & Away

The young club from Isnat'pa had a bit of a disappointing go of it last season, not quite having the sort of send off season one might have wanted for their legendary keeper of Korbin Harvey. The disappointment was not on his shoulders, as he had another magnificent season as a keeper, but the attack definitely faltered when it mattered and the squad had far too many draws. Surprisingly the two big additions to the squad during the transfer window was on the defensive unit, where a Brenecian rightback came in to give Simms a challenge and perhaps even take the position, and another Brenician to try and take up Harvey's mantle. An older Astrograth midfielder was added to the mix to try and add some creativity to the squad. This is definitely a squad in transition now, however if the Dukes have proved anything in their time in the top flight, it is that they can pull out a great season out of nowhere with their unorthodox style. Can Duci get her charges to get those extra goals to turn a few of those draws into wins and get the side in the right part of the table or will the departure of Harvey spell their undoing?

Starting XI: Image Leonidas Barrett (30); Rozalia Sebeôk (28), Nadine Fenstermacher (30), Image Odde Aandal (30), Image Estefany Simms (26); Ursula Möller (31), Image Carl Hodge-Malone (31), Image Keziah Locke (29), Adne Beckers (31); Erik Klug (30), Image Greyson Coulthirst (31)
Key Reserves: Marina Drescher (GK, 30), Image Chorus Wilhelm (RB, 25), Darda Szalai (CB, 26), Zsa-zsa Kuncz (LW, 24), Vitéz Takácz (MC, 24), Image Emenon Ulibarri (A/MC 32), Ákos Pálinkás (ST, 28)

Image FC Myrkan
Nickname: Seasiders
Location: Myrkan | Stadium: Myrkan Stadium (58,000) | Manager: Image Anith Kehrt (46)
Kits: Home & Away

One Myrkan club departs the SuperLiga only for another to take its place, though the Seasiders would tell you that they are the true club of Myrkan and that they have one of the largest stadiums in all of the dual islands is perhaps a sign of that. However much like Targas City with Telathron, Myrkan Stadium was built when the Seasiders were a dominant power in Pasargan footballer. That time has been quite awhile ago and now they have lingered in the second tier with the occasional bounce back up to the SuperLiga. The board has brought in a foreign manager to try and put a spark in the team and so that they avoid Sporting's fate, but with the SuperLiga shrinking to sixteen teams this season, their job got that much more difficult. Honestly, the Seasiders are likely out of their depth but at least the league will get a view of their beautiful stadium for at least a single season.

Starting XI: Charlot Gauvin (29); Francis DuLin (30), Constance Melanson (30), Image Clark Baker (33), Alexandre Quessy (29); Julie Course (29), Sophie Huber (30), Image Erin Forster (30), Image Erica Manson (29); Jérôme Labbé (29), Image Aristomenios Karnezis (30)
Key Reserves: Ádám György (CB, 20), Pál Sebestyén (CB, 18), Anna Hajnal (LB, 18), Oguz Benkö (MC, 18), Felicienne Panetier (ST, 29)

Image Fetherdron United
Nickname: The Eagles
Location: Torgos | Stadium: Silverthal (60,000) | Manager: Marko Gerste (43)
Kits: Home & Away

At this point, it would normally be quite safe to say that the Eagles had secured their place in the top tier and have shed away the moniker of being a yo-yo club, however they would have been relegated to the second tier last season had the PFA had decided to implement the changes just a year prior. It is difficult to place where the problem is, as they were not horrendously bad at defending and they had a decent goal output, but it did not seem to be enough for the side. Faizan Yakam has been brought in to try and sure up the middle of the park. If the Eagles are going to maintain their presence moving forward, they are going to have to turn a few of those close losses into draws or wins, otherwise they might revert to that yo-yo status.

Starting XI: Leon Poljak (29); Edis Heezen (30), Júlia Kocsis (30), Ulrich Ostermann (31), Anne-Roos van Weert (30); Višeslav Stojanović (29), Image Shanna Oakstone (27), Image Faizan Yakam (27), Đurđa Mihaljević (30); Jana Walter (30), Zoárd Novák (28)
Key Reserves: Krisztina Gelencsér (GK, 24), Erik Kortig (CB, 24), Kasim Gamal Sayegh (MC, 32), Markus Szôllôs (MC, 33), Florka Müllner (ST, 24), Angyalka Havasy (ST, 24)

Image Galatica
Nickname: The Galacticos
Location: Torgos | Stadium: Stade de Torgos (90,000) | Manager: Michael Mueller (51)
Kits: Home & Away

If there is one club in Pasarga that thinks quite highly of themselves, it is Galatica, having nicknamed their squad The Galacticos, and continiously going on about how they were the original superclub in the dual islands. The truth is, Galatica is a good club but not near as good as either the club or fans would have you believes. Michael Mueller has turned the squad's fortunes around, taking them from lower mitable stretch to fighting consistently for the ICC places, emphasis on a good attack. Though that is hardly a surprise given his and his cousin both being renowned national team strikers and his aggressive style of play has made the squad more successful but the better sides seem to find the holes in his defenses more often than not. It feels like the side is just on the cusp of being among the elite but is missing perhaps that one key player to get them into the IFCF places.

Starting XI: Liliána Végh (29); Carlo Iadanza (29), Blanka Gáspár (26), Image Lowen Rosenthal (30), Mihaela Pavlović (29); Image Sylvie Reynolds (27), Image Riona Parker (28), Daniek Huijberts (29), Dávid Berec (25)); Image Naseem Cross (30), Image Cristian Bogarín (26)
Key Reserves: Dominik Fenyves (GK, 20), Image Jirar Malgos (RB, 23), Anasztaizia Orsós (LB, 22), Zajzon Kádár (CB, 24), Malika Földy (RW, 32), Image Robert Cuellar (MC, 34), Kapolcs Deák (ST, 32)

Image Hellinic Rouge
Nickname: The Spartans
Location: Evenfar | Stadium: Spartan Stadium (30,000) | Manager: Image Chris Granger (43)
Kits: Home & Away

Having become the youngest club to win the SuperLiga and then managed to do it again, the Spartans have truly entrenched themselves among Pasargan footballing lore and elite. It was a bit of a rough season for Granger, but he was always up against when replacing a manager who had just managed to win the title back to back from CAP. A fourth place finish was respectable and showed that the Euran could bring the squad together and get results, just not enough to get them back among the Champions' League places. Dipping into the transfer market, three new signings will be coming into Evenfar to hopefully get the side back into title winning contention, though Granger did not get all the work done during the window he wanted to. A measure of success for the season would be maintaining at least fourth place if not pushing for the Champions' League or even a surprise title run, though the latter seems unlikely till some strikers more in their prime arrive at Spartan Stadium.

Starting XI: Szescõ Mezei (GK, 25); Lõrinc Vass (LB, 25), Image Renato Hargreaves (30), Borsala Máté (29), Arnþrúður Kristjánsdóttir (29); Magdalena Debeljak (30), Image Evander Bush-Sprenger (27), Image Exene Fletcher (22), Davorka Čerkez (31); Image Nya Murray (31), Petar Galić (31)
Key Reserves: Image Dana Hutchins (31), Image Eskama Nagi (RB, 33), Image Leron Fernandes (33), Sameh 'Afif Guirguis (CB, 32), Image Tom Wellington (CB, 23), Ferike Szôllôssi (LW, 27), Image Graziana Din (MC, 31), Domokos Biró (MC, 24) Image Fox Charnwood (ST, 33)

Image Lunas FC
Nickname: The Moon Warriors
Location: Lunas | Stadium: Stadium of the Moon (84,000) | Manager: Alex Saári (52)
Kits: Home & Away

Lunas is a bit of an enigma, having been one of the oldest clubs with one of the biggest stadiums and in one of the best places in the dual islands to attract top talent to their side. However for all that they have going right for them, the side seems to struggle out of the grip that the midtable has on them, though they have had a few ventures into the top five including two seasons ago. Some question the tactics, adhering to what many believe to be a completely outdated version of football, in a very rigid 4-4-2 that does not even have a bit of attacking flair or defensive steel put in place to separate it from the tactics of old. Without a bit of flair or steel, the squad is more than likely to be among the middle of the pack once more or at least on the outside of the IFCF places.

Starting XI: Image Rosalind Buchanan (32); Jeannet Backus (30), Henri Rocheleau (25), Rikke Nilsson (30), Boban Groenink (30); Jakub Malý (24), Sophie Nagel (31), David Schweizer (29), Lorant Kontz (28); Image Senn Matthams (31), Zvonimir Čerkez (29)
Key Reserves: Eliot LaGrande (GK, 25), Mozes Szôts (LB, 28), Felix Metzger (CB, 33), Grégoire Grimard (CB, 25), Arnold Jósa (MC, 26), Gergo Sáry (ST, 26), Image Hamlet Jylland (ST, 33)

Image Paulinthal FC
Nickname: The Reds
Location: Paulinthal | Stadium: Seaside Park (27,000) | Manager: Image Jenny McDonald (42)
Kits: Home & Away

When the other two top flight teams in your city are the oldest and most decorated club in the nation and one of the more infamous ones, it's easy to forget that Paulinthal FC exists and has a top flight title to their name as well. It seemed like the tricks that McDonald was able to pull in their first season at the helm of the Reds did not have the same impact in the second season, particularly on the defensive side of the ball. However the side was not able to land any targets during the window and had no good prospects to promote out of the youth team. The writing is clear, McDonald has to finish top ten in the season or very much will be liable to be out of the job next season. Without any signings though, that defense may be exposed quite a bit, or perhaps they will have a good bounce back year, you never quite know with the Reds.

Starting XI: Image Ciera Carrizo (30); Image Bandar Levy-Sherman (30), Karole Szôllösi (29), Image Brettany Duggan (31), Image Desaree Crouch (31); Najib van Meerendonk (30), Image Monica Quarten (32), Image Ileanna Solberg (30), Nanou Cuppen (30); Katharina Schwarz (31), Image Elis Mitri (30)
Key Reserves: Kamilla Vig (GK, 26), Sandor Kuntz (LB, 26), Irenke Maier (RB, 29), Kartal Gál (CB, 26), Image Lena Scuffett (LW, 33), Istvan Szücs (MC, 26), Lenci Szathmáry (MC, 26), Stephan Maier (ST, 27), Melinda Fazekas (ST, 26)

Image Peynol-Lunas
Location: Lunas | Stadium: Crescent Park (50,000) | Manager: Image Gobind Srygler (64)
Kits: Home, Away, & Third

On the surface, Peynol looks to be the more formidable of the major clubs in Lunas, but their inability lay down a secure claim to a top half finish every year makes it where they are still somewhat in the shadow of Lunas FC. The memory of their unexpected relegation a few seasons ago also makes it a bit of an uneasy period for Peynol as they look to now solidify their position in the SuperLiga more than trying to crack the top ten with regularity. A top half finish was good but not quite the season some were hoping. A new manager comes into the fray and may bring some new ideas but they will have to do it with the same squad as last year, failing to secure any signatures as well, an uninspiring trend among many of the SuperLiga clubs.

Starting XI: Olivér Gyarmaty (26); Katinka Szöllôsy (28), Buga Radić (29), Michiel Dijkhuis (29), Joëlle Levering (25); Zsuzsi Pethô (33), Image Ruth Mulberry (32), Ceylan Versteege (29), Birthe Rinkel (25); Image Kurbis Garipzanov (30), Zajzon Erdôs (28)
Key Reserves: Vilbergur Héðinsson (GK, 21), Image Thibaut Peñarito (CB, 24), Image Eusebio Warburton (RW, 21), Mónika Csordás (LW, 26), Image Terrance Lymaria (ST, 24), Image Samson Greanaia (ST, 21)

Image Riis
Location: Targas | Stadium: Majestic Park (21,000) | Manager: Zajzon Sultisz (50)
Kits: Home & Away

There are seasons where this young club look like they have finally figured everything out and are ready to contend, then there are years where they show their naivety a bit and look good for a drop back to the second tier. Lacking the same sort of financial power or name recognition as many of their top flight competitors certainly hampers the growth that they are looking for, despite that they have had a few good seasons in the top half. Back to back seasons where they have only managed to keep their heads above water definitely produces some causes for concern, especially with the contraction of the league next season. This does not bode well and it seems likely that unless they can produce a bit of unexpected magic, they are going to be one of the clubs that are going to be in the SuperLiga 2 next season.

Starting XI: Barbara Furst (29); Benjamin Ziegler (29), Elizabeta Tkalčić (31), Evelina Versteijnen (30), Rozalia Szôcs(30); Milenko Klarić (31), Biserka Vuković (31), Mert Pisters (30), Gerbert Mauritz (30); Gerzson Kasza (27), Neo van Geelen (30)
Key Reserves: Jázmin Szölôsy (GK, 26), Bence Lantos (CB, 21), Szescõ Makkai (CB, 21), Levente Kun (RB, 22), Mozes Rigó (RW, 26), Image Kereshaspa Igras (LW, 21), Elek Vég (MC, 21), Keleman Saári (ST, 22)

Image Santos Luega
Nickname: The Tecos
Location: Paulinthal | Stadium: Tecos Stadium (47,000) | Manager: Takara Lemus Escobar (46)
Kits: Home & Away

Santos Luega, perhaps the most infamous club in all of Pasarga, with their strict stance of only allowing players of hispanic heritage into the club, though they have been a bit more open the last few years allowing players under the age of 18 to be allowed into the club if born in Paulinthal. Despite the rather small player pool to choose from, the Tecos have never been relegated outside of the top flight of Pasargan football and are something of cult heroes to small portions of the Paulinthal population. Escobar has lifted the Tecos from the lower end of the midtable and seems to be having the young players of the team performing beyond their years, though primarily relying on the veterans in the usual starting eleven. Another year like that and they might even be enough to see an IFCF spot, though a top ten finish is what the board will ultimately be happy with.

Starting XI: Gillen Cortés Marín (31); Elisandro Franco Alonzo (29), Image Erauso Iburrusteta (31), Darlene Bahena Rubio (31), Margot Carreón Castillo (31); Geraldo Alemán Duarte (31), Lavinia Batista Aranda (30), Georges Cervántez Guardado (29), Atala Rascón Magana (30); Yoko Corrales Noriega (30), Oriel Villagómez Acuna (28)
Key Reserves: Raynaldo Puga Burgos (RB, 28), Rocco Rael Aranda (CB, 24), Anelisa Armijo Díaz (CB, 30), Fortuna Alemán Alaniz (RW, 25), Juanma Urías Zarate (LW, 26), Giulianna Cuellar Montalvo (MC, 26), Olivia Garza Rosales (ST, 22), Anacleto Paz Briseño (ST, 30)

Image Sardin United
Nickname: Riversiders, Gold-Blues
Location: Sardin | Stadium: East River Stadium (27,000) | Manager: Image Lara Winter (48)
Kits: Home & Away

Despite a bit of a small stature, Sardin United seems to becoming a mainstay in the top flight, and playing some very solid football in the process. Being the club that produced Juhana Jäntti, there is obviously some potential in the academy and the greater Sardin area, proven by the fact that the cities' three biggest clubs have all been in the topflight in the last five seasons. However the Riversiders have been the side to emerge as the side with the most steel in the gut to withstand the tenacity of the league, having a solid defensive line that keeps the side in most matches. However in all their years in the SuperLiga, it has been finding a striker with consistent form that has kept them from pushing into consistent top half finishers. Their defensive prowess should be enough to keep them up but until good attacking options make themselves known, it is unlikely they will achieve more than just being a really hard match in the SuperLiga.

Starting XI: Image Kirk Mohsin (31); Kristof Lakatos (28), Alvisio Mancini (29), Schmit Zétény (31), Anita Szarka (26); Image Leonard Sharpe (31), Egyed Váradi (28), Edelberto Menéndez Trejo (32), Image Corbett Maroun (31); Image Harman Norris (31), Alcide Pirozzi (29)
Key Reserves:András Gerô (GK, 26), Kinga Zsinkó (LB, 26), Vince Meyer (CB, 25), Ivett Sörös (RW, 26), Dániel Bencsik (LW, 26), Vanessza Harsányi (MC, 26), Kemenes Dobos (MC, 28), Barbara Kántor (ST, 28), Aranka Szigethy (ST, 26), Eszter Bakos (ST, 25)

Image SC Filwarfin
Nickname: Sporting, The Dreamers
Location: Celesthem | Stadium: Majistar Park (27,000) | Manager: Image Brandon Laithstrider (50)
Kits: Home & Away

A few seasons removed from their last stint in the SuperLiga and there is a lot to like about this team if this was a normal year, but as we all know by now, this is far from a normal year. If this was a normal season with just the usual three clubs going down, you might reckon the Dreamers have what it takes to keep themselves up with a nice mix of young players and a few experienced heads. A new managerial braintrust would hopefully have the sort of ideas to keep the team from going down, to energize the team and give them a new sense of purpose and identity. However with twice the amount of clubs going down as would normally be the case, there is probably not enough depth in talent to keep them going down, though Laithstrider will no doubt pull out all the tricks to try and make that a reality rather than a pipedream.

Starting XI: Nina Vlasáková (29); Jan Žíla (29), Birgit Lowe (30), Anke Weiss (30), Eliška Hauptová (29); Silke Goldschmidt (30), Miroslav Januš (29), Denes Harsányi (28), Nándor Orbán (26); Zsuzsanna Szathmár (27), Image Bruin Goodyouth (32)
Key Reserves: Donát Szöke (GK, 28), Megyer Majer (RB, 27), Kitti Vagner (CB, 27), Ambrus Nemes (CB, 25), Manuela Pfeffer (RW, 30), Soma Cakó (MC, 24), Image Jasper Olson (MC, 33), Regõ Veres (ST, 23)

Image SC Troubalose
Nickname: Sporting, The Metropolitans
Location: Troubalose | Stadium: Fire Park (62,000) | Manager: Julcsa Biró (53)
Kits: Home & Away

There was once a time when The Metropolitans were among the best clubs in the dual islands, challenging for silverware and even actually winning the top division once. However in the modern era, they have seen nothing but setbacks and have been relegated to the numerous amount of clubs that seem to bounce back and forth between the SuperLiga and SuperLiga 2. To her credit, Julcsa has done her best to not let the team wallow in the second tier, usually finding their way back into the top division on the occasions that they do falter and end up in the drop. However for a club with such a long history and with some success, it has to be super frustrating. Having just barely avoided being relegated back at the first time of asking last season, the Metropolitans have to be sweating nervously at the outlook of this season, especially with a backline that was awfully pouros.

Starting XI: David Junek (29); František Novotný (29), Blanka Kubátová (24), Kateřina Hrnčířová (29), Image Tristan Polenz (31); Image Imre Chase (28), Jiří Konrád (29), Daniel Měrka (29), Amadeus Riegl (27); Réka Ujváry (28), Varsàny Kovács (28)
Key Reserves: Jarmila Gradišar (GK, 23), Image Glenn Baumann (CB, 33), Borislav Miletić (CB, 35), Domagoj Marušić (LW, 31), Želimir Poljak (MC, 27), Silva Vrdjuka (MC, 25), Miroslav Dokoupil (RW, 24), Kateřina Valešová (ST, 24), Zoltán Szatmáry (ST, 26)

Image Stein-los Turkish
Nickname: Turkish, Eagles
Location: Stein-los | Stadium: Albrecht Road (57,000) | Manager: Image Genova Conrad (59)
Kits: Home & Away

Turkish, the sister team to Albrecht Turkish of renown, and one of the founding members of Pasargan club football. Despite arguably being the most popular of the three major clubs in Stein-los, Turkish are somehow the least successful of them all, even though recent Copa victories have bolstered their trophy cabinet to quite a respectable size for those outside of Tani and CAP. Turkish always seem like they are the precipice of growing from just a traditional good club to one of the bigger clubs in Pasarga and Rushmore, but they always seem to come up just a bit short. Nevertheless, their fans are loyal and they play an attractive brand of football that gets even neutrals rooting for them, as evidenced by the number of foreign fan clubs and watching parties. Since taking over, Conrad has had Turkish always in contention for ICC football, either through the league position or cup run. This season looks to be much of the same if she can keep the team well rested while vying on three fronts, as well as the addition of Nepharim national team winger Atalanta Skapetis.

Starting XI: Ambrus Galambos (33); Image Tamrie Munarring (25) , Torsten Mueller (30), Benci Szôllôs (29), Image Rona Morgantrau (33); Zsombor Halász (32), Maximilian Mueller (31), Image Koloman Reaves (30), Image Atalanta Skapetis (31); Najiyah Lubanah Mifsud (24), Réka Szôllôssi (29)
Key Reserves: Rashida Adeela Almasi (GK, 24), Michaela Málková (LB, 32), Image Aifric McIver (RW/RB, 25), Qubilah Tuba Guirguis (RB, 25), Oszkar Berec (CB, 28), Image Brae Yboor (MC, 28), Juliska Müller (RW, 26), Gordan Jurić (ST, 21)

Image Stilinkeep FC
Nickname: The Knights
Location: Stilinkeep | Stadium: Stilinkeep Stadium (64,000) | Manager: Natália Szölösi (58)
Kits: Home & Away

After a sixth place finish last season, you would hardly have believed that they had just been promoted from SuperLiga 2 and have had a history of being a bit of a yo-yo club despite their prime location and wealth from a large stadium. The side relied on their defense and opportunistic if somewhat streaky scoring to get that prime position. Looking to have a more consistent scoring presence, the team brought in a veteran striker, one who will hopefully have that more consistent touch and veteran leadership that the squad will need in the upcoming season. There will be no surprising teams this season with their unit and the team will have the same frets as any team in the division who has been recently relegated will have, do they have enough to survive what looks to be a very tension filled season? Without much depth, there is a worry that that answer will be in the negatory.

Starting XI: Munif Mansur Handal (33); Markus Roth (31), Zorica Horvat (29, Hrvoja Bošnjak (29), Mór Szöllôs (26); Andrija Kovačević (29), Laborc Sinka (28), Miro Švorc (23), Gazsi Lackó (26); Markos Kovách (26), Image Radu Mardersteig (32)
Key Reserves: Adél Deák (GK, 26), Vjekoslav Tomić (LB, 29), Huanita Gombar (CB, 21), Sandi Sinković (LW, 22), Godemir Tkalčić (MC, 31), Tanja Marija Tul (ST, 22)

Image Tanrısal
Nickname: Tani
Location: Stein-los | Stadium: Kilmonarch (72,000) | Manager: Srđan Jakšić (51)
Kits: Home & Away

Tani is the club that has stood the test of time in Stein-los, having won the second ever top division, and yet still remains a force in the game even now. Tani is a club that has always had money, despite it being the "second club" of Stein-los, and was able to attract quality players from the start. Unlike other teams that prefer to build from within, Tani much prefers to buy already developed players, though their youth academy has had a few stand outs over time. A lot of changes helped bring Tani back into the Champions' League but they were still ten points off first and a single result from missing out. There is mounting concerns that without some innovation, Tani might be dragged back into the group of chasing clubs for the IFCF spots, with the SuperLiga being down back to just five slots from six. Money might give them the edge in the transfer market but the squad still has to go win the matches on the field and not paper, something that has been a difficult task for them over the last three seasons, despite having the best team in the division on paper.

Starting XI: Image Dian McKeown-Collet (30); Image Matts Pedersen (26), Laurent Chandonnet (30), Image Gerik Morlock (29), Mojmira Jović (26); Image Kolbeinn Ingvarsson (23), Image Christian O'Brien (27), Irena Đurić (30); Image Namakula Kawesa (32); Image Keller Marsden (31), Image Gabriel Petrasso (25)
Key Reserves: Andrija Hrvatin (RB, 21), Borbála Szôcs (CB, 25), Poldi Szigety (MC, 28), Kati Szöllôsy (AM/LW, 33), Benci Gölöncsér (AMC, 28), Bratislav Rukavina (ST, 26)

Image Titanderth
Nickname: The Titans
Location: Dendros | Stadium: Olympus (21,000) | Manager: Image Erica Karling (50)
Kits: Home & Away

Titanderth is another one of these handful of clubs that likes to bounce back and forth, having some modicum of success when they do enter into the top flight. There is no mistake about it, Erica Karling is a good manager, however the team that she has at her disposal is very much not ready for a normal season in the SuperLiga, much less one that looks to be a pressure cooker of a season. Even last season when they were promoted, the backline was horrendous and there was no improvements done to this team in the defense or midfield to try and rectify that situation. That being said, I am fully expecting Titanderth to be at the foot of the table and if they are not, it will be a prime example of how good a manager Karling actually is. If she can keep this group from being relegated, she should be considered by any national team needing a manager. For the time being, she has to do what she can to try and get this under skilled squad ready for one heck of a trying season, if the projections of under thirty points by the pundits are to be believed.

Starting XI: Anton Lind (30); Hreinn Tryggvason (30), Sulisław Olszewski (30), Image Vidar Chaudhuri (31), Ognjen Kolar (23); Csombor Horvát (28), Bartosz Wiśniewski (30), Predrag Filipović (28), Megyer Kállai (26); Luka Martin Putiš (30), Anci Szathmár (26)
Key Reserves: Martin Vágner (GK, 24), Image Noel Floret (RB, 21), Višeslav Šarić (LB, 24), Mato Kuprešak (CB, 24), Endre Totth (CB, 26), Erika Mičková (MC, 24), Denes Zsinka (MC, 26), Image Ross Huorn (LW/ST, 32), Nadica Perković (ST, 25), Klaus Frankfurter (ST, 24)
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Season 1996
Part I


Copa Real
@ Stade de Torgos, Torgos
CA Paulinthal 2-2(3-3 AET)[3-4 PKs] Tanrısal

And here we go, the annual kickoff to the season and it is no big surprise that both CAP and Tani come out swinging at one another and look fairly evenly matched against each other. The sides have to settle the match with a penalty shootout and Dian McKeown-Collet makes one more save than Borka Szekeres in the shootout to give Tani the first trophy of the domestic season. The initial concerns about Tani's cohesion and ability to stick with CAP are at least put to rest through this opening weekend. If CAP is going to retain their title, there are some issues in the backend that they will need to sort out, though they look pretty strong going forward, as one might expect with their attacking talent.

However as the first quarter of the season comes to an end, it is neither Tani nor CAP that is sitting at the top of the table, but it is the resurgent Spartans lead by Granger in his second season in charge. They have completely ran over the rest of the league so far, with only having lost to Sardin United in the third match of the season and drawing with Duke of the North. Both of them are teams that are very much against normal Pasargan clubs outlook of attack or possession style, having a noted more defensive style than most other clubs. Also troubling is both of those results were at home, where the Spartans are supposed to be at their very best but have so far being just decent. They are not alone at the top though and are there with Turkish, whom some might say have actually looked the better side in the first quarter of the season, allowing just three goals so far. They to were undone by Sardin United, while it was instead Baskita who held them to a draw, but elsewhere Turkish has looked absolutely unstoppable and a tough team to even get a goal against much less defeat. They have to be the favorites for the title through the first nine games.

Surprisingly CAP sits six points adrift of the top two and if the season ended today, the Hurricane would be completely missing out on ICC football with a trio of losses in their first nine games. It started off well with two wins from two but then on the third matchday the side got flipped by a Riis side that had given up twelve goals in their first two, but looked like world beaters against the Hurricane and in Paulinthal no less. The following week they traveled to Sardin and were the third of the title challengers to have been defeated by the Seasiders, as Sardin currently sits in fourth with nineteen points and looking very strong. CAP seemed to be righting the ship, despite a draw with Duke of the North, until the second to last match of the quarter they were upset but a Baskita FC side that have been really struggling themselves. That victory took CAP out of the top four and breathed a bit of life into Baskita who needed it with four losses already. Both them and Galatica have been dreadful, leaving uninspiring Fetherdron with the best record in the capital through the first quarter of the season.

As expected, FC Myrkan is completely outmatched at this level, five points adrift of nineteenth placed Titanderth. I think that it is safe to say that Myrkan is likely going to be at the foot of the table the whole season, but to see five usual strong clubs as the rest of the lot that would be getting relegated if the season ended today in that grouping as well is quite alarming. SC Filwarfin has taken advantage of the troubles of the more prominent clubs and are above the relegation ratio of a point from every game on average, which is probably the biggest surprise of the first quarter of the season if we are being honest. The first round of the cup was fairly straightforward with only two or three upsets, but with both Belja and Mytos-Turin being undone, as well as Galatica's woes being added on to by Evenfar coming into the capital and toppling the Galacticos, a few eyes were turned. None of the big clubs had a real trouble with their first round ties however, though it is usually in the second round where we start to see some of the big names fall and it will be interesting to see if the league form of the big clubs continues into the Copa or if they can use the Copa to springlaunch a turn of momentum for their league campaigns.

MATCHDAY 1
Tanrısal 6-1 Titanderth
CA Paulinthal 1-0 SC Filwarfin
Galatica 4-0 FC Myrkan
Hellinic Rouge 2-1 Stilinkeep FC
Baskita FC 1-2 SC Troubalose
Stein-los Turkish 6-0 Riis
Santos Luega 1-1 Peynol-Lunas
Club Stein-los 0-1 Sardin United
Duke of the North 2-1 Paulinthal FC
Fetherdron United 1-3 Lunas FC

MATCHDAY 2
SC Filwarfin 1-1 Tanrısal
FC Myrkan 1-1 Titanderth
Stilinkeep FC 0-1 CA Paulinthal
SC Troubalose 1-1 Galatica
Riis 1-6 Hellinic Rouge
Peynol-Lunas 1-2 Baskita FC
Sardin United 2-1 Stein-los Turkish
Paulinthal FC 1-2 Santos Luega
Lunas FC 1-1 Club Stein-los
Fetherdron United 0-1 Duke of the North

MATCHDAY 3
Tanrısal 4-1 FC Myrkan
SC Filwarfin 2-0 Stilinkeep FC
Titanderth 2-3 SC Troubalose
CA Paulinthal 1-3 Riis
Galatica 2-0 Peynol-Lunas
Hellinic Rouge 1-2 Sardin United
Baskita FC 2-1 Paulinthal FC
Stein-los Turkish 2-0 Lunas FC
Santos Luega 2-1 Fetherdron United
Club Stein-los 1-0 Duke of the North

MATCHDAY 4
Stilinkeep FC 0-2 Tanrısal
SC Troubalose 1-1 FC Myrkan
Riis 0-1 SC Filwarfin
Peynol-Lunas 1-2 Titanderth
Sardin United 2-1 CA Paulinthal
Paulinthal FC 2-1 Galatica
Lunas FC 0-2 Hellinic Rouge
Fetherdron United 2-0 Baskita FC
Duke of the North 0-1 Stein-los Turkish
Club Stein-los 2-1 Santos Luega

MATCHDAY 5
Tanrısal 2-0 SC Troubalose
Stilinkeep FC 1-1 Riis
FC Myrkan 1-2 Peynol-Lunas
SC Filwarfin 1-0 Sardin United
Titanderth 1-0 Paulinthal FC
CA Paulinthal 3-1 Lunas FC
Galatica 1-1 Fetherdron United
Hellinic Rouge 1-1 Duke of the North
Baskita FC 0-3 Club Stein-los
Stein-los Turkish 1-0 Santos Luega

MATCHDAY 6
Riis 4-4 Tanrısal
Peynol-Lunas 2-0 SC Troubalose
Sardin United 0-1 Stilinkeep FC
Paulinthal FC 3-1 FC Myrkan
Lunas FC 9-1 SC Filwarfin
Fetherdron United 1-0 Titanderth
Duke of the North 0-0 CA Paulinthal
Club Stein-los 1-1 Galatica
Santos Luega 1-2 Hellinic Rouge
Stein-los Turkish 1-1 Baskita FC

MATCHDAY 7
Tanrısal 5-0 Peynol-Lunas
Riis 0-2 Sardin United
SC Troubalose 1-5 Paulinthal FC
Stilinkeep FC 2-0 Lunas FC
FC Myrkan 3-4 Fetherdron United
SC Filwarfin 0-2 Duke of the North
Titanderth 0-5 Club Stein-los
CA Paulinthal 3-1 Santos Luega
Galatica 0-2 Stein-los Turkish
Hellinic Rouge 3-0 Baskita FC

MATCHDAY 8
Sardin United 3-2 Tanrısal
Paulinthal FC 5-1 Peynol-Lunas
Lunas FC 1-2 Riis
Fetherdron United 2-0 SC Troubalose
Duke of the North 1-0 Stilinkeep FC
Club Stein-los 2-1 FC Myrkan
Santos Luega 3-1 SC Filwarfin
Stein-los Turkish 4-0 Titanderth
Baskita FC 2-1 CA Paulinthal
Hellinic Rouge 7-1 Galatica

MATCHDAY 9
Tanrısal 1-0 Paulinthal FC
Sardin United 1-1 Lunas FC
Peynol-Lunas 1-1 Fetherdron United
Riis 1-1 Duke of the North
SC Troubalose 1-0 Club Stein-los
Stilinkeep FC 1-1 Santos Luega
FC Myrkan 0-2 Stein-los Turkish
SC Filwarfin 2-2 Baskita FC
Titanderth 0-1 Hellinic Rouge
CA Paulinthal 3-1 Galatica

Aleine FC 1-1(1-1 AET)[4-1 PKs] Peynol-Lunas
Celesthem FC 0-0(1-3 AET) Duke of the North
Lunas FC 1-3 Fetherdron United
RC Sardin 1-0 Leyton Peynol
Baskita FC 6-1 OS Anax
SC Filwarfin 1-0 St. Galaxia
Tyrysier 1-2 SC Troubalose
Harklaoff 1-3 Targas City
Cilinas FC 1-0 SC Dendros
Tharg-calan 1-1(1-2 AET) Tulduroc United
Mytos-Turin 0-1 FC Felaton
Torgos City 1-0 Stilinkeep FC
Arthiana-Bas 0-0(2-0 AET) Pendera
Uriz 0-2 Targas United
Haslief 1-1(1-2 AET) SC Myrkan
Myrtha Dalin 1-0 Altanley United
Athletic Sutra 1-4 Stein-los Turkish
Seletal FC 0-1 Orasul
Cape Jark 1-1(1-1 AET)[2-1 PKs] SC Sardin
Santos Luega 2-3 Paulinthal FC
Riis 0-2 Club Stein-los
Real Troubalose 2-0 Tarrows
Isnat'pa United 0-5 Lìjû
Aleine United 1-1(1-1 AET)[4-5 PKs] Avidë
Darom United 0-5 FC Myrkan
Aratha Metz 1-1(1-2 AET) Sardin United
Hellinic Rouge 2-0 Stradirù
Druidists 0-3 CA Paulinthal
FC Belja 4-4(4-5 AET) Renaitiz
Galatica 2-2(2-2 AET)[4-5 PKs] Evenfar FC
Tanrısal 4-2 Titanderth
Hyan FC 1-2 Peixe


Ps                       Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Hellinic Rouge 9 7 1 1 25 7 +18 22
2 Stein-los Turkish 9 7 1 1 20 3 +17 22
3 Tanrısal 9 6 2 1 27 10 +17 20
4 Sardin United 9 6 1 2 13 8 +5 19
5 Club Stein-los 9 5 2 2 15 6 +9 17
6 CA Paulinthal 9 5 1 3 14 10 +4 16
7 Duke of the North 9 4 3 2 8 5 +3 15
8 Fetherdron United 9 4 2 3 13 11 +2 14
9 Paulinthal FC 9 4 0 5 18 12 +6 12
10 Santos Luega 9 3 2 4 12 13 −1 11
11 Baskita FC 9 3 2 4 10 16 −6 11
12 SC Troubalose 9 3 2 4 9 16 −7 11
13 SC Filwarfin 9 3 2 4 9 18 −9 11
14 Galatica 9 2 3 4 12 17 −5 9
15 Riis 9 2 3 4 12 23 −11 9
16 Lunas FC 9 2 2 5 16 15 +1 8
17 Stilinkeep FC 9 2 2 5 6 10 −4 8
18 Peynol-Lunas 9 2 2 5 9 19 −10 8
19 Titanderth 9 2 1 6 7 22 −15 7
20 FC Myrkan 9 0 2 7 9 23 −14 2
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Season 1996
Part II


So, you know how we thought CAP was in trouble through the first quarter of the season, with their star strikers having misfired a bit? Yeah, we do not remember that either after nine games of total and utter domination on the offensive end and not a single defeat in nine. It started with the very next game in Paulinthal where the Hurricane were the victors in a fourteen goal thriller that saw both Ilev and Tzorvas get hattricks. There was no room for any sort of defending and the side did its best just to keep putting goals into the Titanderth net until the final whistle blew and they had emerged with eight goals for and six conceded. While far from a convincing effort, it did seem to fire something into the Hurricane as they began to tear their way through the league like a hot knife through butter, with nearly forty goals scored in the last nine matches. The side might have used that first round victory in the Copa to fuel their rampage, then getting a bit of revenge on Baskita in the second round as they when into capital and blanked the Eagles while putting four up themselves. Deciding to rest some of the usual stars in the Round of Sixteen with a comfortable tie away to Cilinas, they had to escape in extra time thanks to an Erik Földessy goal, but they are through nonetheless and sitting at the top of the table at the halfway mark.

They are not putting much distance between them and the chasing pair of Turkish and Hellinic though, who continue to look very good through the first half of the season, with both teams on thirty-nine points, meaning they are only three points adrift from CAP at this stage. Interestingly enough, both teams are also on a positive twenty-two goal differential, with having been quite dominant in the matches they do win, though Hellinic has had a few more draws, but also a few more goals to the good. Turkish's highlight of the first half has to come on matchday fifteen as they traveled across Stein-los to take on Tani. Coming out as three to one victors in one of the Stein-los derbies and to put Tani into a tailspin really emphasizes what Turkish is capable of this season, even without much in the way of stardom on the team. As for the Spartans, they just keep doing what they do, making themselves difficult to be beaten, even if they have been far from great at home, including an inexcusable loss to FC Myrkan at Spartan stadium. However as we have seen from CAP, you can have a few off days at the office and still be a title challenger, but the Spartans would be at the top of the table if not for that result.

Speaking of Tani, oh my how their fortunes have turned in the last ten matches, with only picking up points in four of those matches, the biggest of which comes at the end of the first half when CAP visited their would be title challengers and stomped them into the earth with a six to two drubbing. The loss was the fifth straight match where Tani has been winless, their last victory coming on matchday fourteen when they escaped Paulinthal with a two to one victory over Santos, whom they are currently level on points with at the halfway mark, sitting sixth and seventh respectively. When Tani had defeated Club Stein-los in Kilmonarch on Matchday 13, a big victory in one of the Stein-los derbies, it looked like the side was getting their act together after losses to Lunas and Duke of the North sandwhiched a win against Fetherdron. However their run in has been poor, so poor in fact that they needed extra time at home against Tulduroc United to advance to the Copa de la Luna Quarterfinals. If the season ended today, Tani would not be getting IFCF football, with Sardin United and Duke of the North sitting in front of them but behind the three clubs chasing the title.

Surprisingly at the other end of the table, FC Myrkan has had a bit of a revival and are actually not at the foot of the table at the halfway mark, instead that is Riis who are at fifteen points, one behind both Myrkan and Filwarfin. Galatica and Baskita have both found a bit of form to raise themselves out of the relegation risk zone, but yet Stilinkeep and Peynol-Lunas are both currently in it. As expected, the second round of the Copa saw a few scares and upsets, with Myrtha Dalin going into Troubalose and winning on penalties, while Club Stein-los needed extra time at home against SC Myrkan, and FC Myrkan were done in by Cilinas, which enabled their scare of CAP in the Round of Sixteen. In the third round, Turkish might have gotten a mental advantage of the Dukes in the league chase, having won in extra time in Isnat'pa, while Fetherdron were undone by Myrtha as well and the SuperLiga 2 side keeps their outside hopes of IFCF football alive with that cup victory. All the usual Copa names are left in the Quarterfinals and some juicy ties are likely going to be served up with so many big clubs still alive in the latter rounds, with all the clubs knowing that a Copa victory wil ensure at least a berth into the Challengers' Cup. With the league looking like a top three and chasing pack, that IFCF berth looms large for all those still left in the competition.

MATCHDAY 10
Lunas FC 2-1 Tanrısal
Fetherdron United 0-3 Paulinthal FC
Duke of the North 1-0 Sardin United
Club Stein-los 2-0 Peynol-Lunas
Santos Luega 5-3 Riis
Stein-los Turkish 0-1 SC Troubalose
Baskita FC 3-1 Stilinkeep FC
Hellinic Rouge 0-3 FC Myrkan
Galatica 1-0 SC Filwarfin
CA Paulinthal 8-6 Titanderth

MATCHDAY 11
Tanrısal 4-1 Fetherdron United
Lunas FC 2-0 Duke of the North
Paulinthal FC 1-1 Club Stein-los
Sardin United 2-2 Santos Luega
Peynol-Lunas 1-0 Stein-los Turkish
Riis 1-1 Baskita FC
SC Troubalose 0-2 Hellinic Rouge
Stilinkeep FC 2-0 Galatica
FC Myrkan 2-5 CA Paulinthal
SC Filwarfin 1-3 Titanderth

MATCHDAY 12
Duke of the North 1-0 Tanrısal
Club Stein-los 2-1 Fetherdron United
Santos Luega 3-0 Lunas FC
Stein-los Turkish 4-2 Paulinthal FC
Baskita FC 2-0 Sardin United
Hellinic Rouge 1-0 Peynol-Lunas
Galatica 1-1 Riis
CA Paulinthal 2-1 SC Troubalose
Titanderth 2-0 Stilinkeep FC
SC Filwarfin 0-1 FC Myrkan

MATCHDAY 13
Tanrısal 2-1 Club Stein-los
Duke of the North 0-1 Santos Luega
Fetherdron United 1-2 Stein-los Turkish
Lunas FC 1-1 Baskita FC
Paulinthal FC 1-1 Hellinic Rouge
Sardin United 3-0 Galatica
Peynol-Lunas 1-3 CA Paulinthal
Riis 2-3 Titanderth
SC Troubalose 4-1 SC Filwarfin
Stilinkeep FC 1-0 FC Myrkan

MATCHDAY 14
Santos Luega 1-2 Tanrısal
Stein-los Turkish 2-0 Club Stein-los
Baskita FC 0-1 Duke of the North
Hellinic Rouge 3-3 Fetherdron United
Galatica 1-0 Lunas FC
CA Paulinthal 3-3 Paulinthal FC
Titanderth 0-1 Sardin United
SC Filwarfin 1-1 Peynol-Lunas
FC Myrkan 2-1 Riis
Stilinkeep FC 0-1 SC Troubalose

MATCHDAY 15
Tanrısal 1-3 Stein-los Turkish
Santos Luega 1-2 Baskita FC
Club Stein-los 0-3 Hellinic Rouge
Duke of the North 1-2 Galatica
Fetherdron United 1-2 CA Paulinthal
Lunas FC 6-1 Titanderth
Paulinthal FC 0-1 SC Filwarfin
Sardin United 1-1 FC Myrkan
Peynol-Lunas 1-0 Stilinkeep FC
Riis 1-3 SC Troubalose

MATCHDAY 16
Baskita FC 1-0 Tanrısal
Hellinic Rouge 3-3 Stein-los Turkish
Galatica 0-1 Santos Luega
CA Paulinthal 4-3 Club Stein-los
Titanderth 1-1 Duke of the North
SC Filwarfin 0-2 Fetherdron United
FC Myrkan 1-0 Lunas FC
Stilinkeep FC 1-0 Paulinthal FC
SC Troubalose 1-1 Sardin United
Riis 1-6 Peynol-Lunas

MATCHDAY 17
Tanrısal 0-1 Hellinic Rouge
Baskita FC 0-1 Galatica
Stein-los Turkish 1-2 CA Paulinthal
Santos Luega 5-2 Titanderth
Club Stein-los 5-2 SC Filwarfin
Duke of the North 0-0 FC Myrkan
Fetherdron United 1-0 Stilinkeep FC
Lunas FC 3-1 SC Troubalose
Paulinthal FC 8-3 Riis
Sardin United 2-0 Peynol-Lunas

MATCHDAY 18
Galatica 0-0 Tanrısal
CA Paulinthal 3-3 Hellinic Rouge
Titanderth 1-1 Baskita FC
SC Filwarfin 0-1 Stein-los Turkish
FC Myrkan 1-2 Santos Luega
Stilinkeep FC 2-2 Club Stein-los
SC Troubalose 0-1 Duke of the North
Riis 1-1 Fetherdron United
Peynol-Lunas 0-1 Lunas FC
Sardin United 0-5 Paulinthal FC

MATCHDAY 19
Tanrısal 2-6 CA Paulinthal
Galatica 3-3 Titanderth
Hellinic Rouge 1-1 SC Filwarfin
Baskita FC 2-0 FC Myrkan
Stein-los Turkish 0-0 Stilinkeep FC
Santos Luega 1-3 SC Troubalose
Club Stein-los 0-1 Riis
Duke of the North 1-0 Peynol-Lunas
Fetherdron United 0-1 Sardin United
Lunas FC 3-0 Paulinthal FC

Hellinic Rouge 3-1 Cape Jark
Club Stein-los 0-0(2-1 AET) SC Myrkan
FC Felaton 6-1 Lìjû
Targas United 1-6 Duke of the North
Evenfar FC 5-1 Aleine FC
Sardin United 1-2 Torgos City
FC Myrkan 2-2(3-4 AET) Cilinas FC
Avidë 1-2 Paulinthal FC
Stein-los Turkish 5-1 SC Filwarfin
Orasul 2-2(2-3 AET) Fetherdron United
Renaitiz 1-0 Real Troubalose
SC Troubalose 1-1(2-2 AET)[3-5 PKs] Myrtha Dalin
Peixe 1-3 Tanrısal
Targas City 2-1 RC Sardin
Arthiana-Bas 0-1 Tulduroc United
Baskita FC 0-4 CA Paulinthal

Tanrısal 0-0(1-0 AET) Tulduroc United
Evenfar FC 3-0 Torgos City
Cilinas FC 1-1(1-2 AET) CA Paulinthal
FC Felaton 2-1 Targas City
Paulinthal FC 1-2 Club Stein-los
Duke of the North 1-1(1-2 AET) Stein-los Turkish
Renaitiz 1-3 Hellinic Rouge
Myrtha Dalin 1-1(1-1 AET,)[5-4 PKs] Fetherdron United

Ps                       Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 CA Paulinthal 19 13 3 3 52 33 +19 42
2 Hellinic Rouge 19 11 6 2 43 21 +22 39
3 Stein-los Turkish 19 12 3 4 36 14 +22 39
4 Sardin United 19 10 4 5 24 20 +4 34
5 Duke of the North 19 9 5 5 15 11 +4 32
6 Tanrısal 19 9 3 7 39 27 +12 30
7 Santos Luega 19 9 3 7 34 28 +6 30
8 Baskita FC 19 8 5 6 23 23 0 29
9 Club Stein-los 19 8 4 7 31 24 +7 28
10 Lunas FC 19 8 3 8 34 24 +10 27
11 SC Troubalose 19 8 3 8 24 28 −4 27
12 Paulinthal FC 19 7 3 9 41 29 +12 24
13 Galatica 19 6 6 7 21 28 −7 24
14 Fetherdron United 19 6 4 9 24 29 −5 22
15 Stilinkeep FC 19 5 4 10 13 20 −7 19
16 Titanderth 19 5 4 10 29 50 −21 19
17 Peynol-Lunas 19 5 3 11 19 31 −12 18
18 FC Myrkan 19 4 4 11 20 35 −15 16
19 SC Filwarfin 19 4 4 11 16 37 −21 16
20 Riis 19 3 6 10 27 53 −26 15
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Part III


CAP pick up where they left off, putting another six goals past someone and that change to a two striker formation really seems to have paid off for them after the initial figuring out how to use it properly stage. Ilev and Tzorvas have been on absolute tear over the last twenty matchdays, with even young Magana getting a few to their tallies in spot appearances and starts. Despite this, Riis was able to hold CAP in Targas in a six goal thriller, meaning the relegation threatened side will not have suffered defeat against the title favorites. That did not keep the Hurricane down too much though, having bested Sardin in San Daros before going to Lunas and throwing another six goals around. Six seems to be one of their favorite number of goals to score this campaign. The only thing keeping the Hurricane from completely running away from the rest of the league is what happened next, with CAP losing at home to Duke of the North before the humilation of losing to Santos at the Tecos Stadium. Galatica managed to beat them after CAP bounced back against Baskita, before escaping Titanderth with a victory there, establishing a five point gap at the top over Hellinic. The Copa had the interesting result, with CAP drawing Tani at the San Daros and the two sides were level as Namakula Kawesa first half strike was matched by Hadrian Pazos getting a goal in the second half for the hosts, before Szekeres dominated the extra time and shootout, letting CAP advance into the semifinals.

Speaking of Hellinic, they were also pushed into a penalty shootout in the Copa quarterfinals, against Evenfar of the SuperLiga 2 who are pushing for a promotion right back into the top tier, but were ultimately able to showcase the difference in skill at the penalty spot. The Spartans have had a few woes, including opening up the second half with a shock loss in Stilinkeep, before going on a three game winning streak until those pesky Dukes showed up for another title challenger scalp. Following that up with a scoreless draw against Santos surely had the supporters worrying about their team actually having a shot at the title, especially with the team losing in the capital against Baskita and then drawing with Galatica in the capital the following week. However the side did right itself with wins against Titanderth and FC Myrkan to keep themselves in touching distance of the Hurricane. Unfortunately for Turkish, despite only losing twice in the run in, they also only won thrice, and instead had a myriad of draws that have seen them even fall off of Hellinic's pace. It has to be maddening for the Eagles' supporters, though they are through once more into the Copa semifinals after a hattrick from Réka Szôllôssi.

The last team to advance to the Copa semifinals is Club Stein-los, who somewhat complacently dispatched FC Felaton at home, though it has been a run in of good form for the Dressers, having won five of the last ten and drawn another two, only losing thrice in the quarter. However Duke of the North with their six wins and an inconsistent Tani with their five mean that Stein-los can crack the top six. Most of the chasing clubs have experienced a weird run of mixed form, with Santos getting five wins and three draws moving from seventh to fifth and in front of Tani after trailing them. Galatica had the same record and have finally entered into the top ten, while Baskita only won twice to slip back to just tenth. There is a lot of shuffling going on in the midtable as teams try to get into IFCF contention or to avoid the escalated relegation grouping. With only eight points separating tenth from relegation bound fifteenth and then six points from fifth, the shuffle is constant with every matchday. With only a quarter of the season left, it is all there to play for now for those group of clubs and hitting a rich vein of form now would be quite advantageous as the midtable cannabalized itself and anyone in the top twelves still has a realistic chance of finishing in the IFCF places, while even Santos in fifth might have to still worry about being relegated.

MATCHDAY 20
Titanderth 1-2 Tanrısal
SC Filwarfin 1-6 CA Paulinthal
FC Myrkan 0-1 Galatica
Stilinkeep FC 1-0 Hellinic Rouge
SC Troubalose 1-1 Baskita FC
Riis 2-2 Stein-los Turkish
Peynol-Lunas 4-4 Santos Luega
Sardin United 1-1 Club Stein-los
Paulinthal FC 2-4 Duke of the North
Lunas FC 4-0 Fetherdron United

MATCHDAY 21
Tanrısal 3-3 SC Filwarfin
Titanderth 0-1 FC Myrkan
CA Paulinthal 2-0 Stilinkeep FC
Galatica 5-1 SC Troubalose
Hellinic Rouge 2-1 Riis
Baskita FC 3-3 Peynol-Lunas
Stein-los Turkish 1-1 Sardin United
Santos Luega 0-4 Paulinthal FC
Club Stein-los 1-2 Lunas FC
Duke of the North 1-0 Fetherdron United

MATCHDAY 22
FC Myrkan 0-2 Tanrısal
Stilinkeep FC 3-0 SC Filwarfin
SC Troubalose 1-0 Titanderth
Riis 3-3 CA Paulinthal
Peynol-Lunas 2-1 Galatica
Sardin United 0-1 Hellinic Rouge
Paulinthal FC 0-3 Baskita FC
Lunas FC 1-2 Stein-los Turkish
Fetherdron United 1-2 Santos Luega
Duke of the North 0-1 Club Stein-los

MATCHDAY 23
Tanrısal 1-0 Stilinkeep FC
FC Myrkan 1-2 SC Troubalose
SC Filwarfin 2-1 Riis
Titanderth 1-6 Peynol-Lunas
CA Paulinthal 1-0 Sardin United
Galatica 4-1 Paulinthal FC
Hellinic Rouge 5-0 Lunas FC
Baskita FC 1-1 Fetherdron United
Stein-los Turkish 0-0 Duke of the North
Santos Luega 1-0 Club Stein-los

MATCHDAY 24
SC Troubalose 1-3 Tanrısal
Riis 2-1 Stilinkeep FC
Peynol-Lunas 2-0 FC Myrkan
Sardin United 0-2 SC Filwarfin
Paulinthal FC 1-1 Titanderth
Lunas FC 1-6 CA Paulinthal
Fetherdron United 3-1 Galatica
Duke of the North 1-0 Hellinic Rouge
Club Stein-los 0-1 Baskita FC
Santos Luega 3-3 Stein-los Turkish

MATCHDAY 25
Tanrısal 0-2 Riis
SC Troubalose 1-3 Peynol-Lunas
Stilinkeep FC 0-0 Sardin United
FC Myrkan 1-4 Paulinthal FC
SC Filwarfin 0-1 Lunas FC
Titanderth 0-2 Fetherdron United
CA Paulinthal 0-2 Duke of the North
Galatica 1-1 Club Stein-los
Hellinic Rouge 0-0 Santos Luega
Baskita FC 1-1 Stein-los Turkish

MATCHDAY 26
Peynol-Lunas 2-1 Tanrısal
Sardin United 1-1 Riis
Paulinthal FC 4-3 SC Troubalose
Lunas FC 1-1 Stilinkeep FC
Fetherdron United 2-1 FC Myrkan
Duke of the North 2-0 SC Filwarfin
Club Stein-los 3-0 Titanderth
Santos Luega 3-0 CA Paulinthal
Stein-los Turkish 1-1 Galatica
Baskita FC 1-0 Hellinic Rouge

MATCHDAY 27
Tanrısal 4-4 Sardin United
Peynol-Lunas 0-0 Paulinthal FC
Riis 0-1 Lunas FC
SC Troubalose 0-2 Fetherdron United
Stilinkeep FC 1-1 Duke of the North
FC Myrkan 1-4 Club Stein-los
SC Filwarfin 1-3 Santos Luega
Titanderth 4-1 Stein-los Turkish
CA Paulinthal 3-0 Baskita FC
Galatica 2-2 Hellinic Rouge

MATCHDAY 28
Paulinthal FC 1-0 Tanrısal
Lunas FC 1-1 Sardin United
Fetherdron United 2-3 Peynol-Lunas
Duke of the North 2-1 Riis
Club Stein-los 2-0 SC Troubalose
Santos Luega 1-2 Stilinkeep FC
Stein-los Turkish 3-1 FC Myrkan
Baskita FC 0-1 SC Filwarfin
Hellinic Rouge 4-0 Titanderth
Galatica 2-0 CA Paulinthal

MATCHDAY 29
Tanrısal 1-0 Lunas FC
Paulinthal FC 3-2 Fetherdron United
Sardin United 1-0 Duke of the North
Peynol-Lunas 0-2 Club Stein-los
Riis 0-5 Santos Luega
SC Troubalose 1-2 Stein-los Turkish
Stilinkeep FC 1-0 Baskita FC
FC Myrkan 1-2 Hellinic Rouge
SC Filwarfin 2-3 Galatica
Titanderth 1-2 CA Paulinthal

Club Stein-los 2-0 FC Felaton
Hellinic Rouge 0-0(0-0 AET)[5-3 PKs] Evenfar FC
CA Paulinthal 1-1(1-1 AET)[5-2 PKs] Tanrısal
Stein-los Turkish 3-0 Myrtha Dalin

Ps                       Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 CA Paulinthal 29 19 4 6 75 46 +29 61
2 Hellinic Rouge 29 16 8 5 59 28 +31 56
3 Stein-los Turkish 29 15 9 5 52 29 +23 54
4 Duke of the North 29 15 7 7 28 17 +11 52
5 Santos Luega 29 14 6 9 56 43 +13 48
6 Tanrısal 29 14 5 10 56 41 +15 47
7 Club Stein-los 29 13 6 10 46 31 +15 45
8 Sardin United 29 11 10 8 33 32 +1 43
9 Galatica 29 11 9 9 42 41 +1 42
10 Baskita FC 29 11 9 9 34 34 0 42
11 Paulinthal FC 29 12 5 12 61 47 +14 41
12 Lunas FC 29 12 5 12 46 41 +5 41
13 Peynol-Lunas 29 11 6 12 44 46 −2 39
14 Fetherdron United 29 10 5 14 39 45 −6 35
15 Stilinkeep FC 29 9 7 13 23 28 −5 34
16 SC Troubalose 29 10 4 15 35 51 −16 34
17 SC Filwarfin 29 7 5 17 28 59 −31 26
18 Riis 29 5 9 15 40 72 −32 24
19 Titanderth 29 6 5 18 37 73 −36 23
20 FC Myrkan 29 5 4 20 27 57 −30 19

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Part IV


Let us start at the bottom and work our way up shall we? Five of the six relegated sides have been confirmed with a single matchday left to go, as the expected clubs of Myrkan and Filwarfin are already confirmed to their fates, but they are joined by the surprise inclusions of Riis, Troubalose, and most surprising of all is Titanderth at the very bottom of the table. Level on points with FC Myrkan, Titanderth instead have been absolutely terrible in the back this season with nearly a hundred goals conceded for an outrageous negative forty-eight in their goal difference, fifteen worse than second worst Myrkan, who at least knew before the season that they were well and truly up against it compared to the rest of the teams in the division with the differing amount of talents. Erica has done what she could but the squad was truly not ready for the rigors of the SuperLiga and will finish double digits away from safety. Meanwhile Stilinkeep and Fetherdron are battling to be the last team to secure their safety entering the final day. Fetherdron travels to Sardin knowing that a single point secures their spot in next seasons' SuperLiga, while Stilinkeep is at home against Turkish. Any dropped points for Stilinkeep means they are relegated, yet a victory will give them a small glimmer of hope.

After a good first half of the season that saw Sardin United in the top five, they have had a pretty dreadful second half and have fallen into the lower midtable thanks to not being able to turn their draws into victories and getting timely goals. Club Stein-los would have loved to taken a few of those draws for themselves after coming up short of an IFCF challenging campaign despite fourteen win, seventeen losses however means their campaign will be bitterly disappointing regardless of how the last matchday turns out. For Lunas, Peynol, and Paulinthal, the season was about what they expected, finishing in the midtable but outside any real challenge for the IFCF. Given that Paulinthal is the third club in the city for which they get their name, it is not unreasonable to understand why they could not quite crack the top eight, yet for the two Lunas clubs, it has to be very frustrating to have some of the best talent at their disposal in all of Peynol but always seem to fall short of consistently reaching into that upper echeleon of clubs in the SuperLiga, as their forays into the top five always end up short lived.

Baskita will feel a bit weird when they reflect on their season, knowing that they are going to miss out on ICC football completely, unless their youth team manages to win the youth league playoff after edging out Fetherdron to take the Central Pargis youth league. Considering that Baskita was in the bottom half of the table after the first quarter of the season, moved into the top eight by the halfway point, only to slump back to tenth after the third quarter, finishing at eighth seems like just desserts. Their season never really took off and they struggled to find a rich vein of form, unlike their fellow capital club in Galatica. The Galacticos had a rough start to the second and were looking a bit rubbish even at the third quarter mark, yet six wins and a draw in the last nine has the capital club just a point off of IFCF football next season. Cristian Bogarín has come alive in the last nine games, netting five times as Galatica has positioned themselves for a last day chance at finishing in those prized money spots with IFCF places within reach.

The reason fifth place is assured a spot in the Challengers' is because of who is in the Final of the Copa de la Luna. The draw brought forward a Stein-los derby, where Club Stein-los was playing host to Turkish while Hellinic would be playing hosts to CAP. In Stein-los, the two old giants of Pasarga were locked in a midfield battle for the ages, with neither side willing to give an inch to the other. Atalanta Skapetis turned out to be the difference maker, as she fired in a shot from just outside the penalty area with eight minutes to go and Turkish vaulted themselves into the Final at the expense of their cross city rivals. In Evenfar, there was goals galore as it was an eight goal thriller through normal time, with Ilev having a brace and Rátz and Beath also having goals for the away side. Yet they were matched by a pair of braces from Murray and Galić from the hosts and both sides looked exhausted from their normal time efforts and could not conjure up the effort to grab a winner in extra time. It was Galić who would score the decisive penalty after Mezei stopped Földessy's effort for the visitors. That means Turkish will take on Hellinic in the Copa Final and all the teams fighting for fifth know their IFCF dreams are alive.

That includes Tani, the same Tani side that was fourth and looking to give chase to the top three but then have gone on a three game losing skid and now have to find a way to beat CAP in their final game in Paulinthal and hope that both Duke of the North and Galatica lose. Duke of the North travels to Lunas to take on Peynol. Given that Peynol has nothing to play for, besides the pride of trying to finish above Lunas in the table and getting the extra prize money one high spot provides, you would have to favor Duke of the North to at least get a point, though that would not be enough to keep Tani from leapfrogging them should Tani find a way to beat the Hurricane. Galatica has the easiest tie though, traveling to the already Titanderth, a side that has been known to concede a lot of goals this season. With the Galacticos in such a good run of form, you have to expect that they will defeat Titanderth and get the three points, which would mean Duke of the North would need to defeat Peynol to retain their position. In fourth place, Santos knows a single point from their match with Troubalose in Troubalose will secure them a top four position, but a loss would risk them missing out on IFCF completely.

Now we come to the top where the same three clubs have been perched since the first quarter has come and gone by, with CAP, Turkish, and Hellinic there looking down at the rest of the league. However CAP has secured their title already, sitting eight points clear and with a hundred goals scored, having run completely rampant in the middle part of the season. Although the last few weeks has seen some minor slippage, the side has already secured their title and will likely be playing a heavily rotated side when they host Tani on the final day, giving some of the youngsters a chance to show what they can do. Hellinic will be riding high after their thumping of CAP's second team and thinking they can hold on to second, but with only a point lead over Turkish, it is not very secure. The Spartans will travel to Filwarfin, which on paper is a fairly easy tie, but these lower end clubs have had a few upsets, so they have to go in with that momentum they got from the defeat of CAP to make sure they get the three points to secure second place. Turkish will go to Stilinkeep as we earlier mentioned and is also in a good run of form, coming off a five to one win over Filwarfin and having defeated the Dressers in the Copa semis. The battle for second will have a second round of course, when the same two clubs will meet a week later in Torgos in the Copa Final, and for whoever loses that battle for second, their will be motivation aplenty for that occasion.

MATCHDAY 30
Fetherdron United 1-1 Tanrısal
Duke of the North 0-0 Lunas FC
Club Stein-los 4-2 Paulinthal FC
Santos Luega 1-0 Sardin United
Stein-los Turkish 2-1 Peynol-Lunas
Baskita FC 2-1 Riis
Hellinic Rouge 2-0 SC Troubalose
Galatica 1-1 Stilinkeep FC
CA Paulinthal 3-1 FC Myrkan
Titanderth 1-0 SC Filwarfin

MATCHDAY 31
Tanrısal 3-0 Duke of the North
Fetherdron United 2-1 Club Stein-los
Lunas FC 2-3 Santos Luega
Paulinthal FC 1-1 Stein-los Turkish
Sardin United 0-2 Baskita FC
Peynol-Lunas 0-0 Hellinic Rouge
Riis 0-1 Galatica
SC Troubalose 1-3 CA Paulinthal
Stilinkeep FC 2-0 Titanderth
FC Myrkan 2-1 SC Filwarfin

MATCHDAY 32
Club Stein-los 1-3 Tanrısal
Santos Luega 0-2 Duke of the North
Stein-los Turkish 2-1 Fetherdron United
Baskita FC 1-4 Lunas FC
Hellinic Rouge 1-1 Paulinthal FC
Galatica 1-0 Sardin United
CA Paulinthal 2-0 Peynol-Lunas
Titanderth 3-3 Riis
SC Filwarfin 2-1 SC Troubalose
FC Myrkan 2-1 Stilinkeep FC

MATCHDAY 33
Tanrısal 5-1 Santos Luega
Club Stein-los 1-4 Stein-los Turkish
Duke of the North 2-0 Baskita FC
Fetherdron United 1-1 Hellinic Rouge
Lunas FC 1-2 Galatica
Paulinthal FC 1-3 CA Paulinthal
Sardin United 2-1 Titanderth
Peynol-Lunas 1-2 SC Filwarfin
Riis 2-1 FC Myrkan
SC Troubalose 1-0 Stilinkeep FC

MATCHDAY 34
Stein-los Turkish 2-5 Tanrısal
Baskita FC 1-2 Santos Luega
Hellinic Rouge 3-1 Club Stein-los
Galatica 1-0 Duke of the North
CA Paulinthal 2-3 Fetherdron United
Titanderth 0-3 Lunas FC
SC Filwarfin 1-0 Paulinthal FC
FC Myrkan 0-0 Sardin United
Stilinkeep FC 0-1 Peynol-Lunas
SC Troubalose 0-2 Riis

MATCHDAY 35
Tanrısal 1-2 Baskita FC
Stein-los Turkish 2-0 Hellinic Rouge
Santos Luega 0-1 Galatica
Club Stein-los 1-4 CA Paulinthal
Duke of the North 2-2 Titanderth
Fetherdron United 0-4 SC Filwarfin
Lunas FC 2-2 FC Myrkan
Paulinthal FC 2-1 Stilinkeep FC
Sardin United 0-0 SC Troubalose
Peynol-Lunas 1-0 Riis

MATCHDAY 36
Hellinic Rouge 4-2 Tanrısal
Galatica 0-4 Baskita FC
CA Paulinthal 7-1 Stein-los Turkish
Titanderth 1-6 Santos Luega
SC Filwarfin 5-1 Club Stein-los
FC Myrkan 0-0 Duke of the North
Stilinkeep FC 1-1 Fetherdron United
SC Troubalose 1-1 Lunas FC
Riis 5-1 Paulinthal FC
Peynol-Lunas 0-0 Sardin United

MATCHDAY 37
Tanrısal 2-4 Galatica
Hellinic Rouge 5-1 CA Paulinthal
Baskita FC 3-1 Titanderth
Stein-los Turkish 5-1 SC Filwarfin
Santos Luega 2-0 FC Myrkan
Club Stein-los 0-2 Stilinkeep FC
Duke of the North 0-0 SC Troubalose
Fetherdron United 2-2 Riis
Lunas FC 1-2 Peynol-Lunas
Paulinthal FC 2-1 Sardin United

Club Stein-los 0-1 Stein-los Turkish
Hellinic Rouge 4-4 CA Paulinthal (4-4 AET)[4-3 PKs]

Ps                       Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 CA Paulinthal 37 25 4 8 100 59 +41 79 Champions
2 Hellinic Rouge 37 20 11 6 75 36 +39 71
3 Stein-los Turkish 37 20 10 7 71 46 +25 70
4 Santos Luega 37 19 6 12 71 55 +16 63
5 Duke of the North 37 17 11 9 34 23 +11 62
6 Galatica 37 17 10 10 53 49 +4 61
7 Tanrısal 37 18 6 13 78 56 +22 60
8 Baskita FC 37 16 9 12 49 45 +4 57
9 Lunas FC 37 14 8 15 60 52 +8 50
10 Peynol-Lunas 37 14 8 15 50 53 −3 50
11 Paulinthal FC 37 14 7 16 71 64 +7 49
12 Sardin United 37 12 13 12 36 39 −3 49
13 Club Stein-los 37 14 6 17 56 56 0 48
14 Fetherdron United 37 12 9 16 50 59 −9 45
15 Stilinkeep FC 37 11 9 17 31 36 −5 42
16 SC Filwarfin 37 12 5 20 44 70 −26 41 Relegated
17 SC Troubalose 37 11 7 19 39 61 −22 40 Relegated
18 Riis 37 8 11 18 55 83 −28 35 Relegated
19 FC Myrkan 37 7 7 23 35 68 −33 28 Relegated
20 Titanderth 37 7 7 23 46 94 −48 28 Relegated

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Final


And the final day of the season is upon us! Though CAP might have the title already secure, there is still plenty to play for as Fetherdron and Stilinkeep play to keep their survival in the SuperLiga alive, Turkish and Hellinic playing for the second spot and a berth into the profitable Champions' League, while Santos, Duke of the North, Galatica, and Tani are all playing for two Challengers' spots, meaning two of the four are going to be missing out on ICC football next season. For a few others, there is some pride to play for, as well as jockeying for a better finishing spot and the extra reward money that comes with finishing higher in the table, money that they can then in turn reinvest into the clubs over the summer if they get lucky in the transfer window. A full slate of matches is set to begin in Paulinthal though, with CAP sending out a young squad to face Tani, although all the matches should begin within a few seconds of one another across the entirety of the dual islands on this last matchday of the season.

Looking to keep their crosstown rivals below them in the league, Lunas is also in Paulinthal but is able to outdo Paulinthal FC to ensure they finish ninth and give no room for Peynol to move past them. Which is was a good thing to but as Peynol was in Lunas and looking strong on the home front, goals from Mulberry and Levering enough to see them over the Dukes. It is not good news for Duke of the North who needed a victory to make sure that they finished in the top five and the IFCF places. This loss could be very bad for them, as they entered the day in fifth and could finish as low as seventh if the other results go against them. In Sardin, the Seasiders are taking on Fetherdron and you can see the desperation form the Eagles trying to cling to a point and even pushing for a goal to get the victory. However Sardin has built their place in the SuperLiga off the back of a very tough defense to break down and there is no goal forthcoming, however a point was all that they needed to ensure their place in the SuperLiga next year, dooming Stilinkeep to the drop.

Speaking of Stilinkeep, their hopes for survival were dashed as Turkish came into their home and were on the course for a victory from the opening whistle. Four goals from four different players had Turkish rolling as they are pushing hard to finish second and into their first berth into the Champions' League. It is a push that will be rewarded as Hellinic's up and down for struck at the worst time, not finding a single goal in their trip against Filwarfin, as the already relegated club held out for an impossible draw that means that the Spartans are going to finish third and miss out on that coveted Champions' League place. It is a better showing for Granger in his second season, but a few more pieces need to be added if the Spartans are going to able to fully contend for a title throughout the season. As for the title winners, their youth team looked outmatched by a Tani squad that was grasping for its last chance to make the IFCF, cruising to a three to nil win against the Hurricane's youth. However it would not be enough, as Galatica went to Titanderth and emphatically stamped their way into fifth place with an eight to two drubbing, Cristian Bogarín adding another four goals to their tally finishing off the season with nine goals in the last ten as Galatica marches all the way into fifth and the Challengers' spot. Elsewhere Riis holds Club Stein-losand Myrkan does the same to Baskita, making both of the bigger clubs seasons sputter out, while Santos gets the needed point in Troubalose to get their fourth placed finish and the unexpected return to the top tier of the table for the Tecos.

Matchday 38
CA Paulinthal 0-3 Tanrısal
Titanderth 2-8 Galatica
SC Filwarfin 0-0 Hellinic Rouge
FC Myrkan 1-1 Baskita FC
Stilinkeep FC 1-4 Stein-los Turkish
SC Troubalose 1-1 Santos Luega
Riis 1-1 Club Stein-los
Peynol-Lunas 2-1 Duke of the North
Sardin United 0-0 Fetherdron United
Paulinthal FC 1-2 Lunas FC

Pos Team                    P   W   D   L For   Ag  +/- Pts
1 CA Paulinthal 38 25 4 9 100 62 +38 79 Champions
2 Stein-los Turkish 38 21 10 7 75 47 +28 73 IFCL
3 Hellinic Rouge 38 20 12 6 75 36 +39 72 IFCC
4 Santos Luega 38 19 7 12 72 56 +16 64 IFCC
5 Galatica 38 18 10 10 61 51 +10 64 IFCC

6 Tanrısal 38 19 6 13 81 56 +25 63
7 Duke of the North 38 17 11 10 35 25 +10 62
8 Baskita FC 38 16 10 12 50 46 +4 58
9 Lunas FC 38 15 8 15 62 53 +9 53
10 Peynol-Lunas 38 15 8 15 52 54 -2 53
11 Sardin United 38 12 14 12 36 39 -3 50
12 Paulinthal FC 38 14 7 17 72 66 +6 49
13 Club Stein-los 38 14 7 17 57 57 +0 49
14 Fetherdron United 38 12 10 16 50 59 -9 46
15 Stilinkeep FC 38 11 9 18 32 40 -8 42 Relegated
16 SC Filwarfin 38 12 6 20 44 70 -26 42 Relegated
17 SC Troubalose 38 11 8 19 40 62 -22 41 Relegated
18 Riis 38 8 12 18 56 84 -28 36 Relegated
19 FC Myrkan 38 7 8 23 36 69 -33 29 Relegated
20 Titanderth 38 7 7 24 48 102 -54 28 Relegated


Copa de la Luna Final
@ Stade de Torgos, Torgos

At the Stade de Torgos, Hellinic and Turkish stand across from one another, with Turkish having gotten the second place finish that Hellinic thought was theirs for the majority of the season. For the Spartans, the Final is a chance to set the record straight and say that they were the second best team in the dual islands this season, while for Turkish it looks to cement their spectacular season, one that looks to get even better in the summer with a large transfer kitty. Hellinic is the first to strike, with Exene Fletcher chesting down a cross from Debeljak and hitting it past Galambos on the volley just a quarter hour in. Turkish push hard on the Spartans the rest of the half but their best chance by Mifsud is fired directly at Mezei. Maximilian Mueller would equalize things in the fifty-fourth minute from a great freekick from twenty yards out that could not be stopped by Mezei. Réka Szôllôssi thought she had won the game in the eighty-first minute with a close range shot from inside the six, but VAR showed that the striker had been half a foot offside when the cross came in, and the match moves to extra time.

The Spartans and Turkish both try to outwit each other in the extra period, but neither is able to overcome two of the best keepers in the SuperLiga, and so the sides move to a penalty shootout, with Turkish electing to kick first. Mifsud makes up for his attempt in regulation with an easy conversion for Turkish, yet Murray calmly slots hers in as well. Second half substitute Brae Yboor neatly chips Mezei to give Turkish the advantage, but is matched by power from Hellinic's Fletcher and the sides deadlocked after two rounds. Reaves steps up for Turkish and though his chip beats Mezei, it hits the crossbar and goes out instead of in, Bush-Sprenger then puts a low effort to the right side that Galambos guesses right on but can't keep it from going in and the Spartans have the advantage. Maximilian Mueller shows no emotion as he places the ball on the spot and then clinically puts it into the top right corner, keeping Turkish alive, however Borsala Máté puts a hesitation move in his run up and makes Galambos dive before sending it through the middle to reaffirm Hellinic's advantage. Réka Szôllôssi knows she has to score to keep Turkish alive and puts in a neatly placed shot to the left when Mezei had dived right, giving Turkish a lifeline. Homegrown Petar Galić however is no stranger to the big occasion and converts his penalty without a look of caution and gives the Spartans the win in the Copa!

Stein-los Turkish 1-1(1-1 AET)[4-5 PKs] Hellinic Rouge
Fletcher (15') 0-1
M. Mueller (54') 1-1

Shootout
YYXYY - Stein-los Turkish
YYYYY - Hellinic Rouge

SuperLiga 2
Pos Team                  P   W   D   L For  Ag  +/- Pts
1 Myrtha Dalin 42 23 13 6 63 31 +32 82 Champions
2 Aleine United 42 23 7 12 77 58 +19 76 Promoted

3 Evenfar FC 42 18 15 9 61 42 +19 69
4 Avidë 42 19 11 12 60 44 +16 68
5 Stradirù 42 19 11 12 41 28 +13 68
6 Tulduroc United 42 20 8 14 43 39 +4 68
7 Lìjû 42 20 6 16 60 48 +12 66
8 Tyrysier 42 17 12 13 48 37 +11 63
9 RC Sardin 42 18 9 15 57 56 +1 63
10 Celesthem FC 42 18 8 16 50 45 +5 62
11 SC Sardin 42 16 13 13 62 51 +11 61 Relegated
12 Targas City 42 14 10 18 53 55 -2 52 Relegated
13 Aleine FC 42 13 13 16 64 69 -5 52 Relegated
14 Torgos City 42 13 12 17 53 67 -14 51 Relegated
15 Mytos-Turin 42 11 17 14 32 35 -3 50 Relegated
16 SC Myrkan 42 13 11 18 41 47 -6 50 Relegated
17 Arthiana-bas 42 14 7 21 49 65 -16 49 Relegated
18 FC Belja 42 13 9 20 36 55 -19 48 Relegated
19 Haslief 42 14 6 22 66 89 -23 48 Relegated
20 Orasul 42 11 12 19 32 51 -19 45 Relegated
21 St. Galaxia 42 11 10 21 41 62 -21 43 Relegated
22 Druidists 42 8 12 22 43 58 -15 36 Relegated


SuperLiga 3
Pos Team                  P   W   D   L For  Ag  +/- Pts
1 Athletic Sutra 42 28 7 7 68 28 +40 91 Champions
2 Aratha Metz 42 25 5 12 50 28 +22 80 Promoted

3 Cilinas FC 42 23 10 9 49 28 +21 79
4 SC Dendros 42 22 10 10 64 42 +22 76
5 FC Felaton 42 20 12 10 69 45 +24 72
6 OS Anax 42 16 16 10 57 49 +8 64
7 Peixe 42 17 12 13 57 45 +12 63 Relegated
8 Targas United 42 16 11 15 35 30 +5 59 Relegated
9 Altanley United 42 16 11 15 39 36 +3 59 Relegated
10 Hyan FC 42 16 10 16 36 36 +0 58 Relegated
11 Harklaoff 42 17 7 18 44 48 -4 58 Relegated
12 Cape Jark 42 13 17 12 33 35 -2 56 Relegated
13 Uriz 42 14 12 16 32 35 -3 54 Relegated
14 Isnat'pa United 42 14 10 18 26 34 -8 52 Relegated
15 Tarrows 42 11 17 14 39 47 -8 50 Relegated
16 Leyton Peynol 42 11 16 15 36 49 -13 49 Relegated
17 Pendera 42 11 14 17 28 35 -7 47 Relegated
18 Tharg-calan 42 10 12 20 51 80 -29 42 Relegated
19 Seletal FC 42 8 15 19 22 40 -18 39 Relegated
20 Darom United 42 10 8 24 27 45 -18 38 Relegated
21 Real Troubalose 42 9 11 22 26 46 -20 38 Relegated
22 Renaitiz 42 9 9 24 26 53 -27 36 Relegated

Championship Playoff: Peynol-Lunas 3-5(1-4) Tanrısal, Baskita FC 4-2(2-1) FC Belja | Baskita FC 5-3 Tanrısal

Central Pargis
Pos Team                    P   W  D   L For  Ag  +/- Pts
1 Baskita FC 30 22 2 6 61 25 +36 68 Champions
2 Fetherdron United 30 21 3 6 48 21 +27 66
3 Tyrysier 30 20 2 8 42 25 +17 62
4 Galatica 30 17 6 7 47 28 +19 57
5 Riis 30 17 4 9 50 29 +21 55
6 RC Sardin 30 16 4 10 46 35 +11 52
7 Targas City 30 15 4 11 38 34 +4 49
8 SC Sardin 30 14 5 11 48 33 +15 47
9 Avidë 30 13 7 10 38 35 +3 46
10 Targas United 30 12 4 14 36 33 +3 40
11 FC Felaton 30 9 8 13 29 43 -14 35
12 Torgos City 30 9 4 17 32 48 -16 31
13 Peixe 30 6 4 20 27 55 -28 22
14 Aratha Metz 30 5 5 20 20 45 -25 20
15 Tarrows 30 5 3 22 18 54 -36 18
16 St. Galaxia 30 3 7 20 19 56 -37 16


Peynol
Pos Team                    P   W   D   L For  Ag  +/- Pts
1 FC Belja 30 18 8 4 56 27 +29 62 Champions
2 Stilinkeep FC 30 18 6 6 50 24 +26 60
3 Duke of the North 30 19 3 8 50 25 +25 60
4 Lìjû 30 18 5 7 53 26 +27 59
5 Myrtha Dalin 30 17 8 5 42 16 +26 59
6 Leyton Peynol 30 17 5 8 40 27 +13 56
7 Mytos-Turin 30 12 8 10 42 40 +2 44
8 Orasul 30 10 11 9 39 38 +1 41
9 Tulduroc United 30 11 6 13 34 31 +3 39
10 SC Dendros 30 11 5 14 43 37 +6 38
11 Titanderth 30 10 7 13 39 34 +5 37
12 Hyan FC 30 7 10 13 31 40 -9 31
13 Altanley United 30 7 5 18 28 54 -26 26
14 Darom United 30 5 11 14 27 61 -34 26
15 Pendera 30 6 6 18 29 55 -26 24
16 Isnat'pa United 30 0 4 26 14 82 -68 4


Pargis-Peynol[
Pos Team                  P   W   D   L For  Ag  +/- Pts
1 Peynol-Lunas 30 21 7 2 59 17 +42 70 Champions
2 SC Troubalose 30 20 6 4 56 19 +37 66
3 Lunas FC 30 20 6 4 55 21 +34 66
4 Hellinic Rouge 30 18 8 4 64 24 +40 62
5 Evenfar FC 30 19 5 6 67 28 +39 62
6 SC Filwarfin 30 14 7 9 39 34 +5 49
7 Celesthem FC 30 14 6 10 54 35 +19 48
8 Real Troubalose 30 11 12 7 41 26 +15 45
9 Cilinas FC 30 13 5 12 32 27 +5 44
10 Haslief 30 7 8 15 28 44 -16 29
11 Renaitiz 30 7 4 19 25 55 -30 25
12 Seletal FC 30 4 10 16 25 52 -27 22
13 Uriz 30 5 7 18 14 65 -51 22
14 Tharg-calan 30 5 6 19 18 49 -31 21
15 Cape Jark 30 5 5 20 18 61 -43 20
16 Arthiana-bas 30 3 6 21 12 50 -38 15


South Pargis
Pos Team                    P   W   D   L For  Ag  +/- Pts
1 Tanrısal 30 19 7 4 53 19 +34 64 Champions
2 CA Paulinthal 30 17 7 6 50 23 +27 58
3 Santos Luega 30 17 7 6 48 30 +18 58
4 Stein-los Turkish 30 15 11 4 51 29 +22 56
5 Club Stein-los 30 14 10 6 40 22 +18 52
6 SC Myrkan 30 15 6 9 34 25 +9 51
7 FC Myrkan 30 14 8 8 35 27 +8 50
8 Sardin United 30 10 9 11 44 36 +8 39
9 Stradirù 30 11 6 13 38 36 +2 39
10 Aleine United 30 8 13 9 36 32 +4 37
11 Paulinthal FC 30 8 8 14 32 41 -9 32
12 Druidists 30 9 5 16 26 38 -12 32
13 Aleine FC 30 7 8 15 25 41 -16 29
14 Harklaoff 30 6 8 16 28 61 -33 26
15 Athletic Sutra 30 3 10 17 22 54 -32 19
16 OS Anax 30 3 5 22 20 68 -48 14

Awards
Team of the Season (Voted on by the media)
GK: Image Leonidas Barrett - Duke of the North
RB: Arnþrúður Kristjánsdóttir - Hellinic Rouge
CB: Alvisio Mancini - Sardin United
CB: Nadine Fenstermacher - Duke of the North
LB: Rozalia Sebeôk - Duke of the North
RW: Erik Földessy - CA Paulinthal
MC: Image Christian O'Brien - Tanrısal
AMC: Ors Rátz - CA Paulinthal
LW: Vojmil Topić - CA Paulinthal
ST: Réka Szôllôssi - Stein-los Turkish
ST: Image Stanimir Ilev - CA Paulinthal

Player of the Season (Voted on by the Managers of the SuperLiga)
1) Image Stanimir Ilev - CA Paulinthal (29 goals, 8 assists)
2) Réka Szôllôssi - Stein-los Turkish (22 goals, 7 assists)
3) Image Leonidas Barrett - Duke of the North (12 clean sheets)

Golden Boot
1) Image Stanimir Ilev - CA Paulinthal (29 goals)
2) Réka Szôllôssi - Stein-los Turkish (22 goals)
3) Image Arista Tzorvas - CA Paulinthal (22 goals)

Foreigner of the Year (Voted on by the PFA)
1) Image Stanimir Ilev - CA Paulinthal (29 goals, 8 assists)
2) Image Leonidas Barrett - Duke of the North (12 clean sheets)
3) Image Cristian Bogarín - Galatica (18 goals, 6 assists)
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Image Aleine United
Nickname: The Knights
Location: Aleine | Stadium: Xpress Stadium (27,000) | Manager: Kerecsen Szôllôs (53)
Kits: Home & Away

The Knights are one of the founding members of the Pasargan footballing pyramid but unlike most of those teams, they had not spent the majority of their seasons in the top division of the country. That bouncing back and forth however has filled out their cabinet with plenty of second division titles, but when you compare them to the likes of Tani, Turkish, CAP, and Club Stein-los, other founding members with large trophy cabinets, it really is no comparison. The Knights would likely trade all their second division titles for just one SuperLiga or Copa title to be in their cabinet. Survival however is the more pressing issue and with clearly the weakest roster in the top flight by some measure, it is hard to see any scenario where Aleine survives, especially as they did not even pick up any free agents in the transfer window. It is a shame for Kerecsen Szôllôs, as he is a decent manager, but until the board gives him the money to improve the squad when they do promote, the Knights will only ever be a yo-yo team at the best of times.

Starting XI: Lukas Kuester (31); Florian Feierabend (31), Odön Boross (30), Márió Szepesy (29), Alexander Fuerst (31); Eric Eberhardt (31), Dávid Józsa (30), Viva Polgár (30), Szevér Bodnár (27); Albert Zarka (28), Zsofia Gyôrfi (27)
Key Reserves: Dominika Szôllôssi (GK, 26), Vanda Erdélyi (RB, 28), Barna Polak (LB, 21), Juliska Szôllôs (CB, 32), Kat Asztalos (MC, 24), Agoston Fazakas (LW, 21), Image Dejan Lindbeck (ST, 33)

Image Baskita FC
Nickname: Eagles
Location: Torgos | Stadium: Taltron Park (66,000) | Manager: Image Mario Ventura (57)
Kits: Home & Away

It was not as if Ventura did not try to improve the squad in the summer to build off an eighth place finish last season, it was that the side simply does not have the same pulling power it did a decade ago when it hit the height of its prowess. However, Ventura did manage to get a fellow Valladares national to sign on to the Eagles, with Sebastián Ferreira to provide a bit of a spark up front. The team lacked quality finishing, resulting in double digit draws and losses last season, something that Ventura will hope his countryman will be able to remedy with their arrival.

Starting XI: Berto Palerma (33); Image Brennan Durrani (28), Renata Novaković (30), Image Jake Newton (32), Kinga Kállai (29); Becse Sultés (29), Bod Joó (29), Image Evangeline Aschenbach (32), Ádám Berecz (31); Image Damaris Nebojsic (28), Image Sebastián Ferreira (25)
Key Reserves: Zsombor Szôlôsi (GK, 26), Linka Polak (RB, 33), Bars Keresztes (CB, 26), Mátyás Soltész (LW, 25), Mara Máthé (MC, 26), Artus Latourelle (MC, 32), Ktisztina Seres (ST, 25)

Image Club Stein-los
Nickname: The Old Club, The Dressers
Location: Stein-los | Stadium: Stein-los Stadium (59,000) | Manager: Image Markus Anderton (48)
Kits: Home & Away

After dropping out of the top half last season, a season where they were already pressure for dropping out of IFCF places, Anderton is officially on the hot seat, with The Old Club's board giving the manager an ultimatum of ICC football of some sort of face the sack at the end of the season. With the threat of being out of the job, Anderton has been at work in reworking the squad, bringing in three players and promoting another two from the youth team to the first team. While the side struggled to keep out goals, Anderton is going with the best defense is a good attack, with the highlight of the ins being Brenecia born striker Leticia Palmer. There is plenty of talent in this squad and they should definitely be in the top half and threatening to be in the IFCF, and it will be interesting to see how Anderton will be able to handle the looming danger of the sack throghout the season.

Starting XI: Edina Szél (29); Ibolya Takách (27), Alvisio Pisani (30), Image Jakob Silas (30), Image Suzie Knight (24); Zizi Lendvai (29), Image Daniel Lachlant (26), Image Hermaeus Mora (27), Mario Schweitzer (29); Leticia Palmer (26), Éva Mezei (27)
Key Reserves: Gyala Sáry (GK, 25), Ompoly Erôss (CB, 22), Barbara Nagy (RB, 23), Mária Szepes (MC, 31), Ramóna Berta (MC, 29), Image Yadira Ziegler (RW, 22), Image Sakura Nishizawa (ST, 25)

Image CA Paulinthal
Nickname: The Hurricane, CAP
Location: Paulinthal | Stadium: San Daros (64,000) | Manager: Image Andrea Betancourt (56)
Kits: Home, Away, & Third

The Hurricane had another successful season, with Ilev leading the line magnificently, as well as Tzorvas, giving CAP a strike force that was second to none. However for all their goals, it was only a six point gap between second and first, as Turkish narrowed the gulf in talent significantly and Hellinic was not far behind either. Knowing that they are going to get the best shots from all of the league, Betancourt tried to strengthen the squad but missed out on most of the high profile targets, leading some to wonder if with the truncation of the league that CAP might be able to be caught out. With fewer "poor" teams to beat up on, CAP will have to battle their way to another title and without quality in depth after a mediocre transfer window, could be easier said than done, especially with the side having four competitions to battle in.

Starting XI: Borka Szekeres (28); Image Sander Katarec (30), Image/Image Chadwick Beath (32), Judit Kádár (29), Image Hadrian Pazos (22); Vojmil Topić (22), Milan Grubišić (30), Erik Földessy (29); Ors Rátz (31); Image Stanimir Ilev (29), Image Arista Tzorvas (29)
Key Reserves: Ozsvát Orosz (GK, 26), Fruzsina Budai (CB, 26), Image Angelo Castaldo (LB, 24), Gillen Madrigal López (A/ML, 20), Kerecsen Benke (MC, 33), Evangelino Pulido Castaneda (ST, 20), Eustacio Corral Magana (ST, 20)

Image Duke of the North
Nickname: The Dukes
Location: Isnat'pa | Stadium: Citadel Stadium (25,000) | Manager: Duci Urbán (48)
Kits: Home & Away

This young club from Isnat'pa continues to be something of an enigma of Pasargan footballing, being one of the few sides that has dedicated itself to the antithesis of the normal Pasargan footballing culture in being an ultra defensive clubs. While there are a few other defensive minded sides in the dual islands, none are as dedicated to being difficult to be scored on as Duke of the North, which does not win them many fans from the rest of the dual islands nor around the region. However with the side finishing seventh last season, a typical placement for them, they know their craft and how to grind out the results to climb the table. Unable to attract talent to the side during the transfer window definitely makes that task harder than normal this season but this ultra disciplined side is one of the few teams that could be able to cope with these circumstances.

Starting XI: Image Leonidas Barrett (31); Rozalia Sebeôk (29), Nadine Fenstermacher (31), Image Odde Aandal (31), Image Estefany Simms (27); Ursula Möller (32), Image Carl Hodge-Malone (32), Image Keziah Locke (30), Adne Beckers (32); Erik Klug (31), Image Greyson Coulthirst (32)
Key Reserves: Marina Drescher (GK, 31), Image Chorus Wilhelm (RB, 26), Darda Szalai (CB, 27), Zsa-zsa Kuncz (LW, 25), Vitéz Takácz (MC, 25), Image Emenon Ulibarri (A/MC 33), Ákos Pálinkás (ST, 29)

Image Fetherdron United
Nickname: The Eagles
Location: Torgos | Stadium: Silverthal (60,000) | Manager: Marko Gerste (44)
Kits: Home & Away

Fetherdron survived by the hair of their chinny chin chin last season, just a single spot above the relegation spots in the reform transitional season, though four points above Stilinkeep and Filwarfin who were relegated in their stead. When the SuperLiga was a twenty team league, their status as a topflight contender was assured, as they had seemingly shaken off the moniker of a yo-yo club. However with the league now truncated two just sixteen teams and being the least popular of the three major capital clubs, to the tune of not bringing even a free agent during the summer transfer window, they are going to have their hands full with trying to survive what will be an even more competitive league than it was before.

Starting XI: Leon Poljak (30); Edis Heezen (31), Júlia Kocsis (31), Ulrich Ostermann (32), Anne-Roos van Weert (31); Višeslav Stojanović (30), Image Shanna Oakstone (28), Image Faizan Yakam (28), Đurđa Mihaljević (31); Jana Walter (31), Zoárd Novák (29)
Key Reserves: Krisztina Gelencsér (GK, 25), Erik Kortig (CB, 25), Vincze Sánta (RB, 22), Erika Csontos (LB, 22), Zizi Danko (RW, 22), Florka Müllner (ST, 25), Angyalka Havasy (ST, 25)

Image Galatica
Nickname: The Galacticos
Location: Torgos | Stadium: Stade de Torgos (90,000) | Manager: Michael Mueller (52)
Kits: Home & Away

Muerllar continues to rebuild Galatica into an actual power in the SuperLiga, taking the side into the Challengers' Cup places last season, piping their rivals of Tani in the process. With money to burn and an owner who pushes the manager to go out and get the talent to make the squad better, it is easy to see how Mueller has been able to turn their fortunes around. While there was not much activity during the window for the Galacticos, they did land their top target as Lovisa Tedenby comes in from Savojarna to add some quality in depth in the midfield that got overrun at times last season. It will be interesting to see how Galatica handles the smaller league, as they were one of the clubs that found it easy to beat bottom dwellers but had trouble against top half teams, which may see the team slip from their top 5 status they achieved last year if those struggles against the big clubs continue and without smaller clubs to accumulate points off of.

Starting XI: Liliána Végh (30); Carlo Iadanza (30), Blanka Gáspár (27), Image Lowen Rosenthal (31), Mihaela Pavlović (30); Image Sylvie Reynolds (28), Image Riona Parker (29), Image Lovisa Tedenby (22), Dávid Berec (26); Image Naseem Cross (31), Image Cristian Bogarín (27)
Key Reserves: Dominik Fenyves (GK, 21), Image Jirar Malgos (RB, 24), Anasztaizia Orsós (LB, 23), Zajzon Kádár (CB, 25), Malika Földy (RW, 33), Daniek Huijberts (30), Kapolcs Deák (ST, 33)

Image Hellinic Rouge
Nickname: The Spartans
Location: Evenfar | Stadium: Spartan Stadium (30,000) | Manager: Image Chris Granger (44)
Kits: Home & Away

Granger showed his credentials in his second season, getting the Spartans back in the title hunt and then bringing in the Copa de la Luna title. This summer was a busy one for the Euran manager, as he released and sold quite a bit of his roster, looking to bring in players that fit his mold of playing and he was able to use that Euran connection to bring in a full Euran national team winger in the form of Freddie Wright. While Wright is thirty, all the other signings for Granger have been under twenty-three, with the Euran looking to build for the future so that the Spartans are not only a force now but for years to come. With one of the best keepers in Pasarga right now and a plethora of talent in the midfield, it is only the question mark of striker that will determine if the Spartans are title worthy or just a top six team.

Starting XI: Szescõ Mezei (GK, 26); Lõrinc Vass (LB, 26), Image Renato Hargreaves (31), Borsala Máté (30), Image Paö (22); Magdalena Debeljak (31), Image Evander Bush-Sprenger (28), Image Exene Fletcher (23), Image Freddie Wright (30); Joska Sághy (21), Petar Galić (32)
Key Reserves: Ábel Virág (GK, 23), Arnþrúður Kristjánsdóttir (RB, 30), Sameh 'Afif Guirguis (CB, 33), Image Tom Wellington (CB, 24), Ferike Szôllôssi (LW, 28), Domokos Biró (MC, 25) Image Fox Charnwood (ST, 34)

Image Lunas FC
Nickname: The Moon Warriors
Location: Lunas | Stadium: Stadium of the Moon (84,000) | Manager: Alex Saári (53)
Kits: Home & Away

While the Moon Warriors might have opened up a bit last season and scored quite a few more goals, they also conceded quite a few more than normal and ended up right back where they started, solidly midtable but quite some distance off of the IFCF places. Unfortunately despite a good amount of money to their name, a nice stadium, and an alluring city to live in, Lunas was not able to secure any reinforcements over the summer and instead will have to settle with just promoting one person from the youth team. They benefit from being a team that is difficult to beat, particular in the Stadium of the Moon, which likely will see them be comfortably safe but trying to rise into the IFCF places again looks to be outside their reach currently.

Starting XI: Image Rosalind Buchanan (33); Jeannet Backus (31), Henri Rocheleau (26), Grégoire Grimard (26), Boban Groenink (31); Jakub Malý (25), Arnold Jósa (27), David Schweizer (30), Lorant Kontz (28); Image Senn Matthams (32), Zvonimir Čerkez (30)
Key Reserves: Eliot LaGrande (GK, 26), Mozes Szôts (LB, 29), Rikke Nilsson (CB, 31), Ásmundur Jónatansson (MC, 20), Sophie Nagel (MC, 32), Gergo Sáry (ST, 27), Image Hamlet Jylland (ST, 34)

Image Myrtha Dalin
Nickname: The Miners, The Silvermen
Location: Stilinkeep | Stadium: Silverton (31,000) | Manager: Natálie Vaňkátová (48)
Kits: Home & Away

Founded by a miner's union, Myrtha Dalin have never been one of the more fanciful sides in Pasargan football, usually seen grinding out results rather than putting on something of a show for the fans. However their supporters usually are drawn from the more blue collar working class of Peynol's second city and they can appreciate the club's approach to getting the job done regardless of how well dressed up it may or may not be. This brand of football seems particularly popular in Nephara and Brenecia, as that is where the Miners get a lot of their foreign players from, which they have a surprising amount of. Coming up from the SuperLiga 2 during this transition period is no easy task and their steely defense paved the way. The problem is their best players are truthfully too old or not good enough for this even more competitive SuperLiga and they should expect to be going down once more come the season end.

Starting XI: Adrián Söröss (30); Image Shillelagh Morton (33), Alphonse Bilodeau (30), Donatien Briard (31), Marcelle Pellerin (31); Alco van den Herik (31), Image Claretta Fenwick (28), Image Chell Mederow (34), Image Dane Challinor (34); Marie Smetanová (30), Image Bardolph Miller (34)
Key Reserves: Bálint Gyenis (GK, 25), Regõ Szôllösi (LB, 25), Sabine Rouze (CB, 25), Rajmund Donko (CB, 24), Deco Balázs (RW, 31), Jan Štěpaník (MC, 25), Ferenc Polak (MC, 25), Jindřich Navrátil (ST, 25)

Image Paulinthal FC
Nickname: The Reds
Location: Paulinthal | Stadium: Seaside Park (27,000) | Manager: Image Catheline Harper (58)
Kits: Home & Away

When the other two top flight teams in your city are the oldest and most decorated club in the nation and one of the more infamous ones, it's easy to forget that Paulinthal FC exists and has a top flight title to their name as well. A particularly woeful season from the Reds saw McDonald sacked and Paulinthal go into Nephara for their new manager, bringing in the veteran Catheline Harper to try and right the ship. A young Nepharim winger as well as veteran Wanderer goalkeeper Lisístrato Ramírez Alvardo were brought in as reinforcements, the latter looking to be a stop gap after a rather poor effort defensively last season with Alvardo likely only having a year or two left in them. Survival is the goal while a top half finish would be quite the achievement for what looks to be a squad in transition.

Starting XI: Lisístrato Ramírez Alvardo (34); Image Bandar Levy-Sherman (31), Karole Szôllösi (30), Image Brettany Duggan (32), Image Desaree Crouch (32); Image Alysia Moyer (25), Image Monica Quarten (33), Image Ileanna Solberg (31), Nanou Cuppen (31); Katharina Schwarz (32), Image Elis Mitri (31)
Key Reserves: Image Ciera Carrizo (GK, 31), Sandor Kuntz (LB, 28), Irenke Maier (RB, 30), Kartal Gál (CB, 27), Najib van Meerendonk (LW, 31), Istvan Szücs (MC, 27), Lenci Szathmáry (MC, 27), Stephan Maier (ST, 28), Melinda Fazekas (ST, 27)

Image Peynol-Lunas
Location: Lunas | Stadium: Crescent Park (50,000) | Manager: Image Gobind Srygler (65)
Kits: Home, Away, & Third

On the surface, Peynol looks to be the more formidable of the major clubs in Lunas, but their inability lay down a secure claim to a top half finish every year makes it where they are still somewhat in the shadow of Lunas FC. The memory of their unexpected relegation a few seasons ago also makes it a bit of an uneasy period for Peynol as they look to now solidify their position in the SuperLiga more than trying to crack the top ten with regularity. The side does not have the depth of the top tier of clubs in the division and may suffer like a few other middling clubs without as many lower tier clubs to pad their points tally with. That being the case, the goal is clear for Srygler, keep Peynol out of the drop and it will have been a successful season.

Starting XI: Olivér Gyarmaty (27); Katinka Szöllôsy (29), Buga Radić (30), Image Thibaut Peñarito (CB, 25), Joëlle Levering (26); Image Fabio Bozzo (26), Image Ruth Mulberry (33), Ceylan Versteege (30), Birthe Rinkel (26); Image Kurbis Garipzanov (31), Image Terrance Lymaria (ST, 25)
Key Reserves: Vilbergur Héðinsson (GK, 22), Michiel Dijkhuis (CB, 30), Image Eusebio Warburton (RW, 22), Mónika Csordás (LW, 27), Zajzon Erdôs (ST, 29), Image Samson Greanaia (ST, 22)

Image Santos Luega
Nickname: The Tecos
Location: Paulinthal | Stadium: Tecos Stadium (47,000) | Manager: Takara Lemus Escobar (47)
Kits: Home & Away

Santos Luega, perhaps the most infamous club in all of Pasarga, with their strict stance of only allowing players of hispanic heritage into the club, though they have been a bit more open the last few years allowing players under the age of 18 to be allowed into the club if born in Paulinthal. Despite the rather small player pool to choose from, the Tecos have never been relegated outside of the top flight of Pasargan football and are something of cult heroes to small portions of the Paulinthal population. Escobar has lifted the Tecos from the lower end of the midtable and seems to be having the young players of the team performing beyond their years, though primarily relying on the veterans in the usual starting eleven. While the board would have been happy with a top ten finish, Escobar managed to snag a Challengers' Cup spot, a spot that will provide some much needed capital for Escobar to hopefully keep the Tecos in the top 5 for seasons to come if he keeps the project on this trajectory.

Starting XI: Gillen Cortés Marín (32); Elisandro Franco Alonzo (30), Image Erauso Iburrusteta (32), Darlene Bahena Rubio (32), Margot Carreón Castillo (32); Geraldo Alemán Duarte (32), Lavinia Batista Aranda (31), Georges Cervántez Guardado (30), Atala Rascón Magana (31); Yoko Corrales Noriega (31), Oriel Villagómez Acuna (29)
Key Reserves: Illed Chávez Sedillo (GK, 21), Raynaldo Puga Burgos (RB, 29), Rocco Rael Aranda (CB, 25), Anelisa Armijo Díaz (CB, 31), Fortuna Alemán Alaniz (RW, 26), Juanma Urías Zarate (LW, 27), Giulianna Cuellar Montalvo (MC, 27), Olivia Garza Rosales (ST, 23), Anacleto Paz Briseño (ST, 31)

Image Sardin United
Nickname: Riversiders, Gold-Blues
Location: Sardin | Stadium: East River Stadium (27,000) | Manager: Image Lara Winter (49)
Kits: Home & Away

Despite a bit of a small stature, Sardin United seems to becoming a mainstay in the top flight, and playing some very solid football in the process. Being the club that produced Juhana Jäntti, there is obviously some potential in the academy and the greater Sardin area, proven by the fact that the cities' three biggest clubs have all been in the topflight in the last five seasons. However the Riversiders have been the side to emerge as the side with the most steel in the gut to withstand the tenacity of the league, having a solid defensive line that keeps the side in most matches. However in all their years in the SuperLiga, it has been finding a striker with consistent form that has kept them from pushing into consistent top half finishers. Their defensive prowess should be enough to keep them up but until good attacking options make themselves known, it is unlikely they will achieve more than just being a really hard match in the SuperLiga.

Starting XI: Image Kirk Mohsin (32); Kristof Lakatos (29), Alvisio Mancini (30), Schmit Zétény (32), Anita Szarka (27); Image Leonard Sharpe (32), Egyed Váradi (29), Edelberto Menéndez Trejo (33), Image Corbett Maroun (32); Image Harman Norris (32), Alcide Pirozzi (30)
Key Reserves:András Gerô (GK, 27), Kinga Zsinkó (LB, 27), Vince Meyer (CB, 26), Ivett Sörös (RW, 27), Dániel Bencsik (LW, 27), Vanessza Harsányi (MC, 27), Kemenes Dobos (MC, 29), Barbara Kántor (ST, 29), Aranka Szigethy (ST, 27), Eszter Bakos (ST, 26)

Image Stein-los Turkish
Nickname: Turkish, Eagles
Location: Stein-los | Stadium: Albrecht Road (57,000) | Manager: Image Genova Conrad (60)
Kits: Home & Away

Turkish, the sister team to Albrecht Turkish of renown, and one of the founding members of Pasargan club football. Despite arguably being the most popular of the three major clubs in Stein-los, Turkish are somehow the least successful of them all, even though recent Copa victories have bolstered their trophy cabinet to quite a respectable size for those outside of Tani and CAP. Turkish always seem like they are the precipice of growing from just a traditional good club to one of the bigger clubs in Pasarga and Rushmore, but they always seem to come up just a bit short. Nevertheless, their fans are loyal and they play an attractive brand of football that gets even neutrals rooting for them, as evidenced by the number of foreign fan clubs and watching parties. Since taking over, Conrad has had Turkish always in contention for ICC football, either through the league position or cup run. Finishing second last season and being a real threat to CAP for the duration, as well as being in the Copa Final, has a lot of people believing that Turkish may be able to contend for the title in earnest this season. It all depends on how the handle the added pressure of being in the Champions' League.

Starting XI: Ambrus Galambos (34); Image Tamrie Munarring (26) , Torsten Mueller (31), Benci Szôllôs (30), Image Pristina Soeringer (23); Zsombor Halász (33), Image Brae Yboor (29), Image Koloman Reaves (31), Image Atalanta Skapetis (32); Najiyah Lubanah Mifsud (25), Réka Szôllôssi (30)
Key Reserves: Rashida Adeela Almasi (GK, 25), Michaela Málková (LB, 33), Image Aifric McIver (RW/RB, 26), Image Rona Morgantrau (RB, 34) , Oszkar Berec (CB, 29), Maximilian Mueller (MC, 32) Juliska Müller (RW, 27), Gordan Jurić (ST, 22)

Image Tanrısal
Nickname: Tani
Location: Stein-los | Stadium: Kilmonarch (72,000) | Manager: Srđan Jakšić (52)
Kits: Home & Away

Tani is the club that has stood the test of time in Stein-los, having won the second ever top division, and yet still remains a force in the game even now. Tani is a club that has always had money, despite it being the "second club" of Stein-los, and was able to attract quality players from the start. Unlike other teams that prefer to build from within, Tani much prefers to buy already developed players, though their youth academy has had a few stand outs over time. Due to that history, Srđan Jakšić is in a trouble after Tani missed out on IFCF by a point last season and were sixteen points off the top of the table. For a club with the pedigree of Tani, that is not good enough for the board and Tani needs a top 5 finish this season or Srđan Jakšić is likely going to be looking for another job come this summer. Luckily there have been some reinforcements, though it was needed in the back and not the midfield, meaning the trouble area for the side could still spell doom for the manager if he does not address it with a tactical or personnel shift.

Starting XI: Image Dian McKeown-Collet (31); Image Matts Pedersen (27), Laurent Chandonnet (31), Borbála Szôcs (26), Mojmira Jović (27); Image Kolbeinn Ingvarsson (24), Image Christian O'Brien (28), Irena Đurić (31); Image Adrien Trolli (22); Image Keller Marsden (32), Image Gabriel Petrasso (26)
Key Reserves: Dalma Kollár (GK, 20), Andrija Hrvatin (RB, 22), Nidal Thamer (CB/DMC 21), Poldi Szigety (MC, 29), Katinka Pálffy (RW, 20), Benci Gölöncsér (AMC, 29), Bratislav Rukavina (ST, 27)

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Season 1997
Part I


Copa Real
@ Stade de Torgos, Torgos
CA Paulinthal 3-2 Hellinic Rouge

In the annual kickoff to the season, the Hurricane were able to outwit the Spartans with Arista Tzorvas scoring the winner in the eighty-first minute, after an Ilev brace in the first half had given CAP the advantage. The Spartans battled back in the second half with goals from new boy Freddie Wright and Exene Fletcher, but it was ultimately not enough. It already looks like CAP's two star strikers are in midseason form and only a fool would be betting against Ilev not winning his third straight Golden Boot with the sort of form that he has been in over the last few seasons. The Spartans will need to shore up their defensive duties a bit if they want to truly compete for the title but it was very encouraging to see the new signing getting a goal on their debut.

Going into the first quarter of the season, we can already see the increased competitiveness in action with the shrinking of the league from twenty teams to sixteen, as not a single team has gone through the first quarter without picking up a loss along the way. There is also two surprising leaders at the top of the table, with two of the three big Stein-los clubs tied with nineteen points each, sharing an identical record and only goal difference able to differentiate Turkish and Tani. It would have taken a major soothsayer to believe Tani could be with a shout of the top of the table at the quarter mark after they opened up their campaign with a two to three defeat in Stein-los to relegation favorites Myrtha Dalin and then needing an injury time goal from Christian O'Brien to escape from Aleine with three points, another one of the clubs believed to be destined for the drop. However the squad started to pick up a bit of momentum with a four to two victory over Peynol back in Stein-los, before picking up confident wins away at Sardin United and then at home to Paulinthal. It would be Lunas who would give Tani their most stern test since the opening day but a late winner from veteran Keller Marsden kept the spoils for Tani. A hattrick from Petrasso kept Fetherdron from being able to attempt an upset before the Dukes stood Isnat'pa, holding Tani to a draw.

Turkish on the other hand have had an easy go of it, looking rather comfortable in all their matches apart from a six goal thriller against Santos that left both teams with a point and likely neither very happy with the outcome and then that pesky Myrtha Dalin being the culprit over another savage smash and grab performance away from Stilinkeep against two of the SuperLiga contenders. Given that the only other team Myrtha has taken points from is Fetherdron, again away from home, these are two results that no one could have predicted and perhaps the Miners merely like Stein-los as a location. Not to be outdone, CAP is sitting just a single point behind to two giants from Stein-los, having lost twice, against Sardin United in Sardin on the second matchday, which is oddly the Riversiders only victory in the first eight, and against Lunas in the San Daros the following week. It felt like the shock defeat to Sardin lingered for the week and Lunas was able to hold on against the Hurricane unlike when they had been beating Tani to get all three points against one of the big five club.

The Spartans have had a decent start to the season but they are three points off the pace and looking like they are struggling for goals at the moment with only eleven from their first eight games. Luckily Mezei has stood absolutely tall in net and only conceded four times in those same matches, but it's been enough for Hellinic to have dropped points in three matches. A counterpoint for that would be Club Stein-los being in fifth and on the same record, who will be feeling absolutely ecstatic with themselves after such a strong start to the season and wondering if they might finally have a chance once more to be in an IFCF spot come the end of the season, with it also meaning that all three of the major Stein-los clubs would be in the IFCF if the season ended righty now. Stein-los likes to claim that it is the footballing capital of the nation and with results like this, it is hard to argue that claim even if it is CA Paulinthal that has the most amount of domestic trophies to their name. Paulinthal might have CAP but Stein-los has three very storied and strong teams with some amazing stadiums as well, making their claim quite strong.

For clubs struggling, Galatica, Baskita, Sardin, and even Peynol all fit the bill, with the latter two being in the relegation spots right now, which would be a major shock to anyone who follows the Pasargan domestic game. For Sardin, it is the same old story, a complete lack of offensive power with only three goals to their name through eight games. When the defensive powerhouse of Duke of the North and then relegation candidates Aleine being the only other sides averaging less than a goal a game, you know there is a problem. Sardin, if they survive this season, have got to find a way to get out of their own way and finally get a striker that has a proven track record in scoring goals, or their time in the top flight are numbered. While the other three teams are having scoring problems themselves, while Peynol also has been absolutely atrocious in defense, they are in nowhere near the sort of hole that the Riversiders are in. It is only a quarter into the season, plenty of games for the early struggles to be forgotten but all these teams will need to really focus to get back in their more expected places in the table.

MATCHDAY 1
Tanrısal 2-3 Myrtha Dalin
CA Paulinthal 2-0 Aleine United
Galatica 3-1 Peynol-Lunas
Hellinic Rouge 1-0 Sardin United
Baskita FC 2-2 Paulinthal FC
Stein-los Turkish 2-0 Lunas FC
Santos Luega 2-0 Fetherdron United
Club Stein-los 0-2 Duke of the North

MATCHDAY 2
Aleine United 2-3 Tanrısal
Peynol-Lunas 2-0 Myrtha Dalin
Sardin United 3-1 CA Paulinthal
Paulinthal FC 3-1 Galatica
Lunas FC 1-0 Hellinic Rouge
Fetherdron United 0-2 Baskita FC
Duke of the North 0-2 Stein-los Turkish
Club Stein-los 1-0 Santos Luega

MATCHDAY 3
Tanrısal 4-2 Peynol-Lunas
Aleine United 1-0 Sardin United
Myrtha Dalin 0-3 Paulinthal FC
CA Paulinthal 1-3 Lunas FC
Galatica 1-1 Fetherdron United
Hellinic Rouge 2-0 Duke of the North
Baskita FC 2-2 Club Stein-los
Stein-los Turkish 3-3 Santos Luega

MATCHDAY 4
Sardin United 0-3 Tanrısal
Paulinthal FC 4-2 Peynol-Lunas
Lunas FC 0-0 Aleine United
Fetherdron United 1-2 Myrtha Dalin
Duke of the North 1-2 CA Paulinthal
Club Stein-los 1-0 Galatica
Santos Luega 1-1 Hellinic Rouge
Stein-los Turkish 3-1 Baskita FC

MATCHDAY 5
Tanrısal 4-1 Paulinthal FC
Sardin United 0-2 Lunas FC
Peynol-Lunas 2-3 Fetherdron United
Aleine United 1-1 Duke of the North
Myrtha Dalin 2-3 Club Stein-los
CA Paulinthal 2-1 Santos Luega
Galatica 2-4 Stein-los Turkish
Hellinic Rouge 2-1 Baskita FC

MATCHDAY 6
Lunas FC 3-4 Tanrısal
Fetherdron United 1-1 Paulinthal FC
Duke of the North 1-0 Sardin United
Club Stein-los 2-0 Peynol-Lunas
Santos Luega 1-1 Aleine United
Stein-los Turkish 1-2 Myrtha Dalin
Baskita FC 0-5 CA Paulinthal
Hellinic Rouge 0-1 Galatica

MATCHDAY 7
Tanrısal 3-1 Fetherdron United
Lunas FC 0-0 Duke of the North
Paulinthal FC 2-3 Club Stein-los
Sardin United 0-2 Santos Luega
Peynol-Lunas 0-1 Stein-los Turkish
Aleine United 0-3 Baskita FC
Myrtha Dalin 0-2 Hellinic Rouge
CA Paulinthal 1-0 Galatica

MATCHDAY 8
Duke of the North 1-1 Tanrısal
Club Stein-los 2-3 Fetherdron United
Santos Luega 3-4 Lunas FC
Stein-los Turkish 6-0 Paulinthal FC
Baskita FC 0-0 Sardin United
Hellinic Rouge 3-0 Peynol-Lunas
Galatica 1-0 Aleine United
CA Paulinthal 4-1 Myrtha Dalin

Stilinkeep FC 0-0(0-0 AET)[2-4 PKs] Orasul
CA Paulinthal 2-0 SC Filwarfin
Cilinas FC 0-1 Celesthem FC
Targas United 1-2 Aratha Metz
Hyan FC 1-2 Tyrysier
Aleine United 3-0 Seletal FC
Torgos City 1-1(3-1 AET) Isnat'pa United
OS Anax 0-0(1-1 AET)[3-4 PKs] Tharg-calan
SC Myrkan 0-0(0-1 AET) Mytos-Turin
Targas City 3-0 Real Troubalose
Lunas FC 3-1 Myrtha Dalin
Avidë 1-1(2-1 AET) FC Belja
Lìjû 1-0 Haslief
Tanrısal 1-0 St. Galaxia
Uriz 1-3 Duke of the North
Hellinic Rouge 2-0 Tulduroc United
Baskita FC 2-0 Aleine FC
Pendera 0-3 RC Sardin
Club Stein-los 0-0(1-0 AET) Renaitiz
Altanley United 0-2 Cape Jark
Darom United 0-1 Harklaoff
SC Dendros 1-0 Leyton Peynol
Stein-los Turkish 2-1 Titanderth
Riis 0-0(0-2 AET) Galatica
Sardin United 1-3 Arthiana-bas
Evenfar FC 1-1(2-1 AET) SC Sardin
FC Myrkan 1-1(1-1 AET)[1-4 PKs] Tarrows
Druidists 2-3 Fetherdron United
Peixe 1-0 Paulinthal FC
FC Felaton 1-0 Athletic Sutra
Santos Luega 2-1 Peynol-Lunas
SC Troubalose 0-1 Stradirù


Ps                       Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Stein-los Turkish 8 6 1 1 22 8 +14 19
2 Tanrısal 8 6 1 1 24 13 +11 19
3 CA Paulinthal 8 6 0 2 18 9 +9 18
4 Hellinic Rouge 8 5 1 2 11 4 +7 16
5 Club Stein-los 8 5 1 2 14 11 +3 16
6 Lunas FC 8 4 2 2 13 10 +3 14
7 Paulinthal FC 8 3 2 3 16 19 −3 11
8 Galatica 8 3 1 4 9 11 −2 10
9 Santos Luega 8 2 3 3 13 12 +1 9
10 Duke of the North 8 2 3 3 6 8 −2 9
11 Baskita FC 8 2 3 3 11 14 −3 9
12 Myrtha Dalin 8 3 0 5 10 18 −8 9
13 Fetherdron United 8 2 2 4 10 15 −5 8
14 Aleine United 8 1 3 4 5 11 −6 6
15 Sardin United 8 1 1 6 3 11 −8 4
16 Peynol-Lunas 8 1 0 7 9 20 −11 3

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Season 1997
Part II


At the halfway point, there is definitely a top two starting to form as both Turkish and CAP have put some distance between themselves and Tani who is in third place. However it is not CAP that sits atop the table halfway through the season, nor are they at the top of the goalscoring charts either, both of those honors are Turkish as they have had a memorable start to their season with just a single loss through the first fifteen games of the season, that unexplainable capitulation to Myrtha Dalin in the first few weeks. Turkish has been riding high off of their second place finish and Copa runners' up efforts of last season and at long last look like they are finally going to be able to push CAP the whole season in a title race. Winning both of the Stein-los derbies, three to one at home against Club Stein-los and then three to two away to Tani, also has the morale and support for the team at an all time high in the city and they are threatening to topple Club Stein-los' place as the second biggest club in the city. Réka Szôllôssi is showing no signs of slowing down the goal scoring despite being on the wrong side of thirty and that has definitely lifted Turkish up, the question is can she keep up her scoring record through the second half and keep Turkish at the top?

CAP started the second quarter with a mammoth seven to one defeat of Peynol in Lunas, with Ilev getting a hattrick and three others getting on the scoresheet with Erik Földessy also adding a brace. A home victory over Paulinthal was expected, if only a mere two to nil showing, before going to the capital and needing Hadrian Pazos to head in a corner in the eighty-seventh to escape Fetherdron with a two to one victory. A methodical home victory over Club Stein-los was a tune up for the game away to Turkish, where Arista Tzorvas gave CAP the lead in the first half but Najiyah Lubanah Mifsud earned Turkish a share of the spoils in the fifty-fourth. The Hurricane then turned in their best performance of the season in a three to nil victory over the Spartans, Ilev, Tazorvas, and Magana all scoring from the striker role, before losing to Tani one to nil to end the first half of the season. Yet they would get their own back in the midweek fixture for the Copa, beating Tani by the same scoreline in Stein-los with Vojmil Topić getting the lone goal.

Tani has had a relatively good run of form in the second quarter, winning against city rivals Club Stein-los three to nil at home but then they were absolutely dominated in Paulinthal by Santos, losing five to two. They are nine points off the pace and it is clear that the defense needs a bit of work in the second half if they are not going to continue to fall away or even be overcome by the tightly chasing pack of six teams all within nine points of them. The Spartans are in the same situation, though their defense has been up to standard as the best and allowing just under a goal a game with one of the best keepers in the SuperLiga in goal for them, while Santos currently occupies the final IFCF spot as things stand, keeping both Galatica and Club Stein-los on the outside of those very lucrative spots for the time being. With their home grown side, the Tecos are always a bit of an enigma to see if it is going to be one of the seasons where they can keep up with the imported talent of the rest of the league or if they have fallen behind a step, so far they look to be keeping the pace.

Down at the bottom we now see the expected face of Aleine propping up the rest of the table, as the Knights lost every single game that they played in the second quarter of the season and only scored four goals in that time, making them the only club that still is in single digits for goals scored. While Myrtha Dalin, Sardin, and Duke of the North all have struggled for goals as well, they play a particular defensive brand of football that is not known for creating many opportunities, the same is not true for Aleine and it seems they are truly out of their depth, already eight points away from safety. Peynol is still struggling a bit for form and goals but did manage to pick up a few wins and a draw in the second quarter and now stand a small chance of turning it around if they can string a few wins together, though the outlook is still bleak. The relegation fight goes all the way to tenth position where Baskita currently sits, with only eight points separating tenth from fifteen, while they are twenty off the top of the table. The competition is real and we can see how difficult it has become for clubs used to smashing the weaker teams. We might even see one of the major teams relegated, as Baskita needs to keep on the lookout as we roll into the second half.

MATCHDAY 9
Tanrısal 3-0 Club Stein-los
Duke of the North 2-2 Santos Luega
Fetherdron United 1-3 Stein-los Turkish
Lunas FC 0-1 Baskita FC
Paulinthal FC 0-2 Hellinic Rouge
Sardin United 2-1 Galatica
Peynol-Lunas 1-7 CA Paulinthal
Aleine United 0-1 Myrtha Dalin

MATCHDAY 10
Santos Luega 5-2 Tanrısal
Stein-los Turkish 3-1 Club Stein-los
Baskita FC 1-1 Duke of the North
Hellinic Rouge 4-1 Fetherdron United
Galatica 2-0 Lunas FC
CA Paulinthal 2-0 Paulinthal FC
Myrtha Dalin 0-0 Sardin United
Aleine United 1-2 Peynol-Lunas

MATCHDAY 11
Tanrısal 2-3 Stein-los Turkish
Santos Luega 3-0 Baskita FC
Club Stein-los 0-4 Hellinic Rouge
Duke of the North 1-4 Galatica
Fetherdron United 1-2 CA Paulinthal
Lunas FC 4-1 Myrtha Dalin
Paulinthal FC 5-0 Aleine United
Sardin United 1-3 Peynol-Lunas

MATCHDAY 12
Baskita FC 1-1 Tanrısal
Hellinic Rouge 0-1 Stein-los Turkish
Galatica 1-1 Santos Luega
CA Paulinthal 2-0 Club Stein-los
Myrtha Dalin 1-2 Duke of the North
Aleine United 0-1 Fetherdron United
Peynol-Lunas 1-1 Lunas FC
Sardin United 2-1 Paulinthal FC

MATCHDAY 13
Tanrısal 3-2 Hellinic Rouge
Baskita FC 1-1 Galatica
Stein-los Turkish 1-1 CA Paulinthal
Santos Luega 2-0 Myrtha Dalin
Club Stein-los 1-0 Aleine United
Duke of the North 2-0 Peynol-Lunas
Fetherdron United 0-2 Sardin United
Lunas FC 6-1 Paulinthal FC

MATCHDAY 14
Galatica 2-0 Tanrısal
CA Paulinthal 3-0 Hellinic Rouge
Myrtha Dalin 1-0 Baskita FC
Aleine United 2-3 Stein-los Turkish
Peynol-Lunas 0-2 Santos Luega
Sardin United 3-0 Club Stein-los
Paulinthal FC 1-2 Duke of the North
Lunas FC 0-1 Fetherdron United

MATCHDAY 15
Tanrısal 1-0 CA Paulinthal
Galatica 3-1 Myrtha Dalin
Hellinic Rouge 4-1 Aleine United
Baskita FC 2-1 Peynol-Lunas
Stein-los Turkish 2-1 Sardin United
Santos Luega 6-3 Paulinthal FC
Club Stein-los 6-3 Lunas FC
Duke of the North 0-1 Fetherdron United

Tanrısal 2-1 Lìjû
Avidë 1-3 Stein-los Turkish
Aratha Metz 2-1 Cape Jark
Evenfar FC 2-2(2-3 AET) Santos Luega
Arthiana-bas 0-2 Stradirù
Club Stein-los 2-0 Mytos-Turin
Targas City 0-1 Tyrysier
Lunas FC 2-0 Tharg-calan
Harklaoff 1-2 Galatica
Fetherdron United 3-1 RC Sardin
Aleine United 2-1 Peixe
Tarrows 0-4 Baskita FC
SC Dendros 1-2 FC Felaton
Hellinic Rouge 8-1 Torgos City
Celesthem FC 0-1 CA Paulinthal
Duke of the North 4-0 Orasul

Stein-los Turkish 2-0 Baskita FC
FC Felaton 0-1 Fetherdron United
Hellinic Rouge 0-1 Aleine United
Tyrysier 0-1 Club Stein-los
Stradirù 1-4 Galatica
Aratha Metz 1-3 Santos Luega
Tanrısal 0-1 CA Paulinthal
Lunas FC 0-2 Duke of the North

Ps                       Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Stein-los Turkish 15 12 2 1 38 16 +22 38
2 CA Paulinthal 15 11 1 3 35 13 +22 34
3 Tanrısal 15 9 2 4 36 26 +10 29
4 Hellinic Rouge 15 9 1 5 27 13 +14 28
5 Santos Luega 15 7 5 3 34 20 +14 26
6 Galatica 15 7 3 5 23 17 +6 24
7 Club Stein-los 15 7 1 7 22 29 −7 22
8 Lunas FC 15 6 3 6 27 23 +4 21
9 Duke of the North 15 5 5 5 16 18 −2 20
10 Baskita FC 15 4 6 5 17 22 −5 18
11 Sardin United 15 5 2 8 14 18 −4 17
12 Fetherdron United 15 5 2 8 16 26 −10 17
13 Myrtha Dalin 15 5 1 9 15 29 −14 16
14 Paulinthal FC 15 4 2 9 27 39 −12 14
15 Peynol-Lunas 15 3 1 11 17 36 −19 10
16 Aleine United 15 1 3 11 9 28 −19 6
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Season 1997
Part III


We wondered if Turkish could keep up the scoring pace and winning ways at the halfway mark and they responded with a resounding yes, going undefeated in the third quarter of the season as well as defeating Duke of the North in the Quarterfinals of the Copa, meaning that they are currently on for a domestic double, something that Turkish has not ever accomplished in their history. Turkish have not won a top division title in sixty-three years and yet with eight games to go, they have a seven point lead over second place CAP and only have a single defeat the entire season. Only a goalless draw against Duke of the North at home and then a six goal thriller in which they shared points with Peynol kept Turkish from having a perfect record during the third quarter of the season. Now is the stretch run, can they see it out and avoid the upsets that could end six decades of suffering at Albrecht Road and deny CAP their third straight title or will the all too familar scene of a late run by the Hurricane derail those celebrations in Stein-los, keeping the SuperLiga trophy in Paulinthal?

CAP has not had a bad season, they are currently tied for the most goals in the league with Turkish but having a loss and two draws in the last seven games has created that gap at the top that looks like it will be very difficult to try and run down. They smashed Santos in the league and then were able to edge them out in the Copa quarterfinals as well, but it looks like it is likely going to be too little too for the title holders. If there is any solace for the Hurricane is that they have a seven point lead on third place Tani, meaning their spot in the Champions' League looks quite secure at the moment even if it would mean they would have to go through the qualifying rounds. Everyone expected that this new season would see a lot more competition and for the league to be closer, I am not sure anyone would have believed that there be a bigger gap between first and fifth than fifth and the relegation spots and yet here we are.

While Turkish and CAP might have the Champions' League spots all but wrapped up for themselves, the battle for the Challengers' spots continues to be entertaining even if the spots themselves are not shuffling all too often. Tani leads the way at third with forty-one points, yet only winning three of the last seven you wonder if they are in the right frame of mind and form to keep their spot, though the Spartans in fourth matched that record with only three wins in the last seven, missing Szescõ Mezei for a month in goal after the keeper sprained their wrist stopping a shot against Lunas. Santos in fifth only won twice and drew twice but managed to keep on to fifth thanks to a better goal differential, that is because Club Stein-los tends to lose very heavily in the games that they do lose and do not win by large margins when they get the three points. Galatica, Duke of the North, Lunas, and Baskita all have turned into draw specialists as it stands, which is good enough for the first three but keeps Baskita only five points above the drop.

Speaking of the drop, Peynol finally seems to have found their form and lost only once in the last seven games, getting three wins and three draws as they finally have figured out how to score goals, meaning they leapfrogged Myrtha Dalin and the expected relegation candidates found victory only once in the last seven games and that brings their survival into peril. Yet there is hope as Sardin's form has also completely collapsed beneath them and they sit only two points above relegation as it stands, with their poor goal scoring record coming back to bite them once more. Despite massive struggles in the league, Aleine had made it to the quarterfinals of the Copa and took Galatica to extra time, but the Galacticos were able to find the winner in the extra half hour, as they will join Turkish, CAP, and Club Stein-los in the semifinals. The draw has Galatica hosting CAP, whom the Galacticos have had some success against this season, while we get a Stein-los derby in the other tie with Club Stein-los being drawn as the home side, which may be the advantage they need to overcome the avalanche that Turkish has been this season.

MATCHDAY 16
Myrtha Dalin 1-4 Tanrısal
Aleine United 1-4 CA Paulinthal
Peynol-Lunas 3-3 Galatica
Sardin United 1-2 Hellinic Rouge
Paulinthal FC 2-1 Baskita FC
Lunas FC 2-3 Stein-los Turkish
Fetherdron United 2-0 Santos Luega
Duke of the North 2-0 Club Stein-los

MATCHDAY 17
Tanrısal 1-0 Aleine United
Myrtha Dalin 2-3 Peynol-Lunas
CA Paulinthal 6-1 Sardin United
Galatica 1-2 Paulinthal FC
Hellinic Rouge 3-1 Lunas FC
Baskita FC 1-2 Fetherdron United
Stein-los Turkish 0-0 Duke of the North
Santos Luega 1-1 Club Stein-los

MATCHDAY 18
Peynol-Lunas 2-1 Tanrısal
Sardin United 3-1 Aleine United
Paulinthal FC 1-1 Myrtha Dalin
Lunas FC 2-1 CA Paulinthal
Fetherdron United 3-0 Galatica
Duke of the North 1-1 Hellinic Rouge
Club Stein-los 1-0 Baskita FC
Santos Luega 0-2 Stein-los Turkish

MATCHDAY 19
Tanrısal 2-2 Sardin United
Peynol-Lunas 2-0 Paulinthal FC
Aleine United 4-1 Lunas FC
Myrtha Dalin 2-1 Fetherdron United
CA Paulinthal 2-1 Duke of the North
Galatica 0-0 Club Stein-los
Hellinic Rouge 2-2 Santos Luega
Baskita FC 2-5 Stein-los Turkish

MATCHDAY 20
Paulinthal FC 1-1 Tanrısal
Lunas FC 1-0 Sardin United
Fetherdron United 0-2 Peynol-Lunas
Duke of the North 5-2 Aleine United
Club Stein-los 4-0 Myrtha Dalin
Santos Luega 0-5 CA Paulinthal
Stein-los Turkish 2-1 Galatica
Baskita FC 7-3 Hellinic Rouge

MATCHDAY 21
Tanrısal 3-3 Lunas FC
Paulinthal FC 2-1 Fetherdron United
Sardin United 1-1 Duke of the North
Peynol-Lunas 1-1 Club Stein-los
Aleine United 0-6 Santos Luega
Myrtha Dalin 0-3 Stein-los Turkish
CA Paulinthal 2-2 Baskita FC
Galatica 2-1 Hellinic Rouge

MATCHDAY 22
Fetherdron United 3-5 Tanrısal
Duke of the North 0-0 Lunas FC
Club Stein-los 2-0 Paulinthal FC
Santos Luega 1-0 Sardin United
Stein-los Turkish 3-3 Peynol-Lunas
Baskita FC 6-1 Aleine United
Hellinic Rouge 3-1 Myrtha Dalin
Galatica 1-1 CA Paulinthal

Copa de la Luna Quarterfinals
Galatica 1-1(2-1 AET) Aleine United
Duke of the North 0-2 Stein-los Turkish
Fetherdron United 0-3 Club Stein-los
CA Paulinthal 1-0 Santos Luega

Ps                       Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Stein-los Turkish 22 17 4 1 56 24 +32 55
2 CA Paulinthal 22 15 3 4 56 21 +35 48
3 Tanrısal 22 12 5 5 53 38 +15 41
4 Hellinic Rouge 22 12 3 7 42 28 +14 39
5 Santos Luega 22 9 7 6 44 32 +12 34
6 Club Stein-los 22 10 4 8 31 33 −2 34
7 Galatica 22 8 6 8 31 29 +2 30
8 Duke of the North 22 7 9 6 26 24 +2 30
9 Lunas FC 22 8 5 9 37 37 0 29
10 Fetherdron United 22 8 2 12 28 38 −10 26
11 Baskita FC 22 6 7 9 36 38 −2 25
12 Paulinthal FC 22 7 4 11 35 48 −13 25
13 Peynol-Lunas 22 7 4 11 33 46 −13 25
14 Sardin United 22 6 4 12 22 32 −10 22
15 Myrtha Dalin 22 6 2 14 22 48 −26 20
16 Aleine United 22 2 3 17 18 54 −36 9

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Season 1997
Part IV


Despite losses to both CAP and Tani, Turkish has at long last finally lifted another top division title, making it the third time in their history that they have lifted the title, finally ending the suffering at Albrecht Road. This entire squad will go down as heroes and Genova Conrad will be lauded for quite some time for bringing the trophy to Turkish and probably at exactly the right time. With a side that is likely going to be seeing a lot of turnover in the next year of two, Conrad has capitalized on their team's talent at the right moment and earned a title that no one believed was possible, quite like Hellenic a few years ago. However if there is a bit of a sour taste in Turkish's mouth, it is that they went out to Club Stein-los on the Copa semifinals in a penalty shootout, which could be the only black mark on a campaign that has otherwise been out of this world for Turkish. CAP will be disappointed that they could not hold the title for another year running but only losing twice in the last seven matches has been enough for the Hurricane to secure their spot in the Champions' League. The sour taste of not winning the league followed into the Copa where Galatica found them flat and demolished them, meaning there will be no domestic trophies for CAP this season.

It is the Challengers' spots that are up for grabs, however with Club Stein-los and Galatica in the Copa Final, it means only fourth place is up for grabs and that will be a battle between Tani and Santos. The Spartans have already secured at least a top four spot and will go into the final day looking to hold onto third place, so that they enter the Challengers' at the group stage rather than one of the preliminary rounds. The Spartans will travel to already relegated Aleine United and will need to win to secure at third, as a draw will allow Tani to leapfrog them with a victory due to a better goal difference. However Tani will be playing CAP in Paulinthal to end the season, a game that normally would have title implications but is just a battle for IFCF positioning. Santos will also be in Paulinthal but not at home as they will go to Paulinthal FC and will not only need to win but to win by at least four goals to even have a chance of finishing in fourth. It seems quite unlikely for the goal difference to swing their way, but in a season that has seen Turkish win the title, anything will be possible in the final day.

What is not possible is for Myrtha Dalin and Aleine United surviving the season as the two expected relegation candidates did finally get found out hard in the second half of the season and will be heading back down to the SuperLiga 2, meaning the last day is just a battle of pride for them. With three teams tied on thirty-two points in eleventh to thirteenth with Sardin United, Peynol-Lunas, and Paulinthal, it will be interesting to see who can emerge at the top there and finish in that more favorable midtable position. We already know that Paulinthal will be hosting city rivals Santos Luega, Peynol will be hosting a red hot Baskita in Lunas, and Sardin will be hosting the crowned champions of Turkish. None of the three have an easy game and we could see all three remain tied at the end of the season, which would be quite a sight to behold.

MATCHDAY 23
Tanr?sal 2-1 Duke of the North
Fetherdron United 2-3 Club Stein-los
Lunas FC 0-1 Santos Luega
Paulinthal FC 2-4 Stein-los Turkish
Sardin United 1-0 Baskita FC
Peynol-Lunas 0-1 Hellinic Rouge
Aleine United 1-4 Galatica
Myrtha Dalin 0-2 CA Paulinthal
MATCHDAY 24
Club Stein-los 2-1 Tanr?sal
Santos Luega 1-0 Duke of the North
Stein-los Turkish 1-1 Fetherdron United
Baskita FC 2-0 Lunas FC
Hellinic Rouge 5-3 Paulinthal FC
Galatica 3-1 Sardin United
CA Paulinthal 0-1 Peynol-Lunas
Myrtha Dalin 1-1 Aleine United
MATCHDAY 25
Tanr?sal 5-1 Santos Luega
Club Stein-los 1-0 Stein-los Turkish
Duke of the North 1-1 Baskita FC
Fetherdron United 1-2 Hellinic Rouge
Lunas FC 2-2 Galatica
Paulinthal FC 1-1 CA Paulinthal
Sardin United 2-0 Myrtha Dalin
Peynol-Lunas 5-1 Aleine United
MATCHDAY 26
Stein-los Turkish 3-5 Tanr?sal
Baskita FC 2-2 Santos Luega
Hellinic Rouge 3-1 Club Stein-los
Galatica 0-1 Duke of the North
CA Paulinthal 3-1 Fetherdron United
Myrtha Dalin 1-1 Lunas FC
Aleine United 2-1 Paulinthal FC
Peynol-Lunas 0-0 Sardin United
MATCHDAY 27
Tanr?sal 1-2 Baskita FC
Stein-los Turkish 3-1 Hellinic Rouge
Santos Luega 6-0 Galatica
Club Stein-los 1-0 CA Paulinthal
Duke of the North 4-1 Myrtha Dalin
Fetherdron United 1-2 Aleine United
Lunas FC 4-0 Peynol-Lunas
Paulinthal FC 2-1 Sardin United
MATCHDAY 28
Hellinic Rouge 3-1 Tanr?sal
Galatica 2-0 Baskita FC
CA Paulinthal 2-1 Stein-los Turkish
Myrtha Dalin 2-3 Santos Luega
Aleine United 3-0 Club Stein-los
Peynol-Lunas 1-2 Duke of the North
Sardin United 1-0 Fetherdron United
Paulinthal FC 1-0 Lunas FC
MATCHDAY 29
Tanr?sal 4-0 Galatica
Hellinic Rouge 0-0 CA Paulinthal
Baskita FC 2-1 Myrtha Dalin
Stein-los Turkish 2-1 Aleine United
Santos Luega 1-0 Peynol-Lunas
Club Stein-los 3-0 Sardin United
Duke of the North 1-0 Paulinthal FC
Fetherdron United 0-0 Lunas FC

Copa de la Luna Semifinals
Galatica 4-0 CA Paulinthal
Club Stein-los 1-1(1-1 AET)[5-4 PKs] Stein-los Turkish

Ps                       Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Stein-los Turkish 29 20 5 4 70 37 +33 65
2 CA Paulinthal 29 18 5 6 64 26 +38 59
3 Hellinic Rouge 29 17 4 8 57 37 +20 55
4 Tanrısal 29 16 5 8 72 50 +22 53
5 Santos Luega 29 14 8 7 59 41 +18 50
6 Club Stein-los 29 15 4 10 42 42 0 49
7 Duke of the North 29 11 10 8 36 30 +6 43
8 Galatica 29 11 7 11 42 44 −2 40
9 Baskita FC 29 9 9 11 45 46 −1 36
10 Lunas FC 29 9 8 12 44 44 0 35
11 Sardin United 29 9 5 15 28 40 −12 32
12 Peynol-Lunas 29 9 5 15 40 55 −15 32
13 Paulinthal FC 29 9 5 15 45 62 −17 32
14 Fetherdron United 29 8 4 17 34 50 −16 28
15 Myrtha Dalin 29 6 4 19 28 63 −35 22
16 Aleine United 29 5 4 20 29 68 −39 19

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Season 1997
Finale


In the final day, CAP sent out a heavily rotated side to take on Tani, looking to see which players should be pushing for more playing time next season and what players might need to get moved on during the summer transfer window, with the game being more important to Tani than the Hurricane. Magana would give the hosts a lead in the nineteenth minute but with Tani needing at least a point in the game to secure their place in the Challengers' next season, they pushed hard in the second half eventually getting a goal from Christian O'Brien in the fifty-seventh. That would be all the scoring but it'd be enough for Tani to secure fourth place and their spot in the IFCF, keeping the pressure off of Srđan Jakšić at least for one more season. Galatica used their game against Myrtha Dalin as a tune up for the Copa Final, putting four past the already relegated side and securing a top half finish for the capital club.

Hellinic also played a slightly rotated side when they traveled to Aleine and the two teams combined for ten goals in what was a very entertaining game of football for the neutrals but a major headache for both managers. However the Spartans would get the full three points and victory to secure third with six goals, with club legend Fox Charnwood getting a hattrick in what was likely his last game for the club, getting a standing ovation when he was brought off in the eighty-fifth minute when the game was finally in hand. It was a classy move from Granger to allow a club hero one last ovation even among the madness of such a game. It was a bit of a listless game in Luas as Peynol and Baskita did not have much to gain from the game and it ended in a one all draw, which is fitting for Baskita given them being draw specialists this season. Turkish lost another game as they traveled to Sardin and the Riversiders showed their usual steely might while cheesing out a goal in a scramble in the box, Alvisio Mancini being the one who eventually poked the ball into the net to give Sardin the victory and securing their midtable finish.

In the all Paulinthal affair, the Reds and Tecos were surprisingly battling each other quite hard, with both teams needing a win for different reasons. However the Tecos knew that Tani was not losing their game and that loss in concentration let the Reds get a late equalizer from Alysia Moyer that ended any dreams the Tecos had of finishing fifth, which means Santos will miss out on IFCF football. Likewise Club Stein-los fell in Lunas against The Moon Warriors, Lorant Kontz getting the only goal of the game and putting Lunas squarely in the middle of the table, a spot they seem to be living in the last few years. In a defensive bore, the Dukes did what they are known to do and smashed and grabbed Fetherdron in the capital, Odde Aandal heading home a freekick for the Dukes in the seventy-third minute to be the difference between the two sides.

Matchday 30
CA Paulinthal 1-1 Tanrısal
Myrtha Dalin 2-4 Galatica
Aleine United 4-6 Hellinic Rouge
Peynol-Lunas 1-1 Baskita FC
Sardin United 1-0 Stein-los Turkish
Paulinthal FC 1-1 Santos Luega
Lunas FC 1-0 Club Stein-los
Fetherdron United 0-1 Duke of the North

Pos Team                    P   W  D   L For  Ag  +/- Pts
1 Stein-los Turkish 30 20 5 5 70 38 +32 65 Champions
2 CA Paulinthal 30 18 6 6 65 27 +38 60 IFCL
3 Hellinic Rouge 30 18 4 8 63 41 +22 58 IFCC
4 Tanrısal 30 16 6 8 73 51 +22 54 IFCC

5 Santos Luega 30 14 9 7 60 42 +18 51
6 Club Stein-los 30 15 4 11 42 43 -1 49 IFCC
7 Duke of the North 30 12 10 8 37 30 +7 46
8 Galatica 30 12 7 11 46 46 +0 43
9 Lunas FC 30 10 8 12 45 44 +1 38
10 Baskita FC 30 9 10 11 46 47 -1 37
11 Sardin United 30 10 5 15 29 40 -11 35
12 Peynol-Lunas 30 9 6 15 41 56 -15 33
13 Paulinthal FC 30 9 6 15 46 63 -17 33
14 Fetherdron United 30 8 4 18 34 51 -17 28
15 Myrtha Dalin 30 6 4 20 30 67 -37 22 Relegated
16 Aleine United 30 5 4 21 33 74 -41 19 Relegated


Copa de la Luna Final
@ Stade de Torgos, Torgos

It might seem unfair that Galatica gets to play the Copa Final in their home stadium, but with half the tickets allocated to Club Stein-los, it was not an overtly pro Galatica crowd, even if their were more teal kits in the stands than the green or black of The Old Club. Regular time was a stalemate of two teams looking like they did not want to commit the mistake that would let the other find good scoring chances. It was hard watching and it came as no surprise when the game was heading to extra time. Deciding to open up in the second half, the Dressers started to push hard on the Galatica backline and eventually former U21 national team striker Éva Mezei found her way into the box and slotted home a clinical strike. Now needing a goal to make the game go to penalties, the Galacticos tried to attack the Old Club but were picked apart and hit on the counter, with Hermaeus Mora putting a clean strike past Liliána Végh, giving the Dressers the Copa victory and sending them into the Challengers' next season.

Galatica 0-0(0-2 AET) Club Stein-los
Éva Mezei (101'), Hermaeus Mora (114')

SuperLiga 2
Pos Team                  P   W   D   L For  Ag  +/- Pts
1 Evenfar FC 30 17 8 5 58 33 +25 59 Champions
2 Avidë 30 17 6 7 54 34 +20 57 Promoted

3 Stradirù 30 15 7 8 29 20 +9 52
4 Lìjû 30 14 8 8 57 42 +15 50
5 Titanderth 30 15 4 11 63 46 +17 49
6 Riis 30 13 8 9 46 44 +2 47
7 FC Myrkan 30 14 5 11 32 32 +0 47
8 Celesthem FC 30 11 12 7 37 32 +5 45
9 Stilinkeep FC 30 11 12 7 29 26 +3 45
10 SC Troubalose 30 12 6 12 34 30 +4 42
11 Tyrysier 30 10 7 13 40 48 -8 37
12 SC Filwarfin 30 7 8 15 35 43 -8 29
13 Tulduroc United 30 7 8 15 19 34 -15 29
14 Aratha Metz 30 5 10 15 21 42 -21 25
15 RC Sardin 30 5 9 16 40 61 -21 24 Relegated
16 Athletic Sutra 30 5 6 19 35 62 -27 21 Relegated


SuperLiga 3
Pos Team               P   W  D   L For  Ag  +/- Pts
1 FC Belja 30 17 7 6 59 39 +20 58 Champions
2 Aleine FC 30 17 6 7 62 34 +28 57 Promoted

3 Targas City 30 16 7 7 45 29 +16 55
4 Arthiana-bas 30 15 8 7 63 40 +23 53
5 Druidists 30 14 4 12 45 38 +7 46
6 SC Sardin 30 12 8 10 34 33 +1 44
7 St. Galaxia 30 12 7 11 34 28 +6 43
8 SC Myrkan 30 11 9 10 30 26 +4 42
9 Haslief 30 12 4 14 56 52 +4 40
10 Mytos-Turin 30 10 9 11 23 23 +0 39
11 Torgos City 30 10 9 11 34 40 -6 39
12 FC Felaton 30 10 8 12 36 47 -11 38
13 Orasul 30 9 4 17 28 38 -10 31
14 OS Anax 30 8 5 17 28 56 -28 29
15 Cilinas FC 30 5 10 15 32 49 -17 25 Relegated
16 SC Dendros 30 5 9 16 24 61 -37 24 Relegated


SuperLiga 4
Pos Team                  P   W   D   L For  Ag  +/- Pts
1 Peixe 30 23 3 4 58 19 +39 72 Champions
2 Targas United 30 17 7 6 42 17 +25 58 Promoted

3 Leyton Peynol 30 16 8 6 36 14 +22 56
4 Altanley United 30 14 9 7 30 17 +13 51
5 Harklaoff 30 14 6 10 31 24 +7 48
6 Hyan FC 30 13 8 9 24 12 +12 47
7 Tarrows 30 14 5 11 29 32 -3 47
8 Isnat'pa United 30 10 12 8 24 23 +1 42
9 Tharg-calan 30 13 2 15 27 46 -19 41
10 Cape Jark 30 8 13 9 24 28 -4 37
11 Real Troubalose 30 10 7 13 24 29 -5 37
12 Uriz 30 8 7 15 15 26 -11 31
13 Pendera 30 7 9 14 16 25 -9 30
14 Renaitiz 30 7 7 16 20 32 -12 28
15 Seletal FC 30 6 7 17 15 33 -18 25
16 Darom United 30 4 2 24 11 49 -38 14

Championship Playoff: Stilinkeep FC 4-2(4-1) Tanrısal, Baskita FC 5-3(3-1) SC Troubalose | Stilinkeep FC 1-2 Baskita FC

Central Pargis
Pos Team                    P   W   D   L For  Ag  +/- Pts
1 Baskita FC 30 21 4 5 61 28 +33 67 Champions
2 Fetherdron United 30 19 5 6 54 31 +23 62
3 Galatica 30 18 5 7 54 30 +24 59
4 Riis 30 12 8 10 38 32 +6 44
5 Targas United 30 10 13 7 38 33 +5 43
6 Torgos City 30 11 10 9 32 34 -2 43
7 St. Galaxia 30 12 6 12 32 39 -7 42
8 Tyrysier 30 11 8 11 32 27 +5 41
9 Targas City 30 11 8 11 32 36 -4 41
10 RC Sardin 30 12 4 14 34 35 -1 40
11 Aratha Metz 30 9 9 12 28 36 -8 36
12 Avidë 30 7 10 13 30 37 -7 31
13 SC Sardin 30 5 14 11 30 39 -9 29
14 FC Felaton 30 8 5 17 26 46 -20 29
15 Peixe 30 6 7 17 27 48 -21 25
16 Tarrows 30 4 12 14 19 36 -17 24


Peynol
Pos Team                    P   W   D   L For  Ag  +/- Pts
1 Stilinkeep FC 30 20 8 2 61 15 +46 68 Champions
2 Duke of the North 30 22 1 7 65 24 +41 67
3 FC Belja 30 17 8 5 45 22 +23 59
4 Titanderth 30 14 10 6 36 26 +10 52
5 Mytos-Turin 30 15 6 9 45 30 +15 51
6 Myrtha Dalin 30 14 5 11 39 28 +11 47
7 Leyton-Peynol 30 12 6 12 33 34 -1 42
8 Orasul 30 11 5 14 31 42 -11 38
9 Lìjû 30 8 11 11 25 29 -4 35
10 SC Dendros 30 7 12 11 30 37 -7 33
11 Hyan FC 30 8 6 16 23 38 -15 30
12 Pendera 30 6 12 12 23 44 -21 30
13 Tulduroc United 30 8 6 16 23 53 -30 30
14 Isnat'pa United 30 7 7 16 23 45 -22 28
15 Altanley United 30 6 9 15 21 38 -17 27
16 Darom United 30 5 8 17 14 32 -18 23


Pargis-Peynol
Pos Team                  P   W  D   L For  Ag  +/- Pts
1 SC Troubalose 30 18 8 4 51 23 +28 62 Champions
2 Lunas FC 30 19 4 7 42 24 +18 61
3 Peynol-Lunas 30 19 3 8 51 26 +25 60
4 Evenfar FC 30 16 10 4 38 16 +22 58
5 Celesthem FC 30 16 5 9 45 31 +14 53
6 Hellinic Rouge 30 15 5 10 43 27 +16 50
7 SC Filwarfin 30 14 4 12 45 37 +8 46
8 Haslief 30 13 7 10 34 30 +4 46
9 Real Troubalose 30 9 10 11 33 37 -4 37
10 Uriz 30 10 6 14 29 40 -11 36
11 Arthian-bas 30 8 10 12 30 38 -8 34
12 Cape Jark 30 11 0 19 34 47 -13 33
13 Cilinas FC 30 7 8 15 31 49 -18 29
14 Thag-Calan 30 8 3 19 27 43 -16 27
15 Renaitiz 30 4 9 17 25 47 -22 21
16 Seletal FC 30 6 2 22 18 61 -43 20


South Pargis
Pos Team                    P   W   D   L For  Ag  +/- Pts
1 Tanrısal 30 18 3 9 54 24 +30 57 Champions
2 Club Stein-los 30 16 5 9 43 27 +16 53
3 Paulinthal FC 30 14 10 6 43 24 +19 52
4 CA Paulinthal 30 14 9 7 35 13 +22 51
5 Stradirù 30 13 9 8 35 24 +11 48
6 Stein-los Turkish 30 12 10 8 31 26 +5 46
7 Aleine United 30 12 8 10 35 34 +1 44
8 Aleine FC 30 11 10 9 36 35 +1 43
9 FC Myrkan 30 10 10 10 25 24 +1 40
10 Sardin United 30 9 10 11 42 38 +4 37
11 Santos Luega 30 9 9 12 35 39 -4 36
12 SC Myrkan 30 8 11 11 33 39 -6 35
13 Druidists 30 9 7 14 32 44 -12 34
14 OS Anax 30 8 6 16 26 59 -33 30
15 Harklaoff 30 6 7 17 23 49 -26 25
16 Athletic Sutra 30 3 12 15 22 51 -29 21

Awards
Team of the Season (Voted on by the media)
GK: Image Leonidas Barrett - Duke of the North
RB: Image Hadrian Pazos - CA Paulinthal
CB: Judit Kádár - CA Paulinthal
CB: Image Odde Aandal - Duke of the North
LB: Image Tamrie Munarring - Stein-los Turkish
RW: Image Atalanta Skapetis - Stein-los Turkish
MC: Image Christian O'Brien - Tanrısal
MC: Image Exene Fletcher - Hellinic Rouge
LW: Vojmil Topić - CA Paulinthal
ST: Réka Szôllôssi - Stein-los Turkish
ST: Image Stanimir Ilev - CA Paulinthal

Player of the Season (Voted on by the Managers of the SuperLiga)
1) Réka Szôllôssi - Stein-los Turkish (19 goals, 5 assists)
2) Image Stanimir Ilev - CA Paulinthal (18 goals, 4 assists)
3) Image Leonidas Barrett - Duke of the North (10 clean sheets)

Golden Boot
1) Réka Szôllôssi - Stein-los Turkish (19 goals)
2) Image Stanimir Ilev - CA Paulinthal (18 goals)
3) Image Gabriel Petrasso - Tanrısal (18 goals)

Foreigner of the Year (Voted on by the PFA)
1) Image Stanimir Ilev - CA Paulinthal (18 goals, 4 assists)
2) Image Gabriel Petrasso - Tanrısal (18 goals, 7 assists)
3) Image Leonidas Barrett - Duke of the North (10 clean sheets)
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