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Razen Sports Daily / Razenthuria Sportswire

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| Football | Gridiron | Lacrosse | Quidditch |

Welcome to the home of Razen sporting culture, founded years ago, Razen Sports Daily is the biggest website in Razenthuria devoted to sport within the Kebecois Special-Admin.-Province of Razenthuria. Featuring well-known sports such as Football, it also has more-traditional sports, such as the sport of football, monitored by the Razen Football Authority. Razenthuria is a varied land, situated in Esportiva, it defines itself by its heritage, culture and most importantly, its sports. Looking to tread where none have tread before, sports is much rougher here in Razenthuria, expect the true African way of doing things in honor of the Razen Gods. With three technically four sports represented in the upper-echelons of society, ranging from the low-strung lacrosse to the modern-advent that is football, sports is an everchanging plane within the Razen nation. Devoted to the Gods, the sports within Razenthuria all aim to be glory to the gods, pleasing them by displaying athleticism that will define generations. Here, in these very stadiums, arena, tracks - even playgrounds, legends of tomorrow are born, will it be yours?
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| Capital: Tynedale | Trigram: RZN | Elector Primo: R'Verzaka (M) |
[sub]| Football: 108th, KPB: 5.44 | Gridiron: [ ... ] | Lacrosse: 16th, Pts.: .5 |
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Razen Gridiron Federation | Gridiron

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Quidditch RZN | Quidditch

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For those who don't know too much about the other parts of the Razen government, in the backbooks, unknown from the muggle world lie the large expansion that is better known to the Razen wizards and witches as the Ministry of Magic. The Ministry of Magic is first and foremost a government entity, however on a lower level, it also manages the controller for sporting within the wizarding world. Introduced as the Quidditch RZN organization, Quidditch RZN monitors all forms of quidditch within the nation of Razenthuria and also runs the national league, the aptly-named RZN Premier. The sport which has gained prominence in the wizarding world within Razenthuria has exploded onto the scene in the last few years and the Ministry of Magic builds large stadiums, unseen to the muggle world, it also runs large prestigious academies, Wizards of Azarel, better known as Azarel Academy doubles as a wizarding school, training young pupils on behest of the Ministry of Magic. Quidditch RZN has also been established within the multiverse, slated to stage the eight edition of the Quidditch World Cup, travelling to an African-styled nation for the first time in international history. Quidditch RZN is a well-known name, even within the muggle community, and has been synopsis with magic within Razenthuria, and prides itself on being a premier quidditch-loving group.




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Past Champions:
    R-415: Azarel Academy
    R-414: Grifnoria Blood
    R-413: Otyqejahr Q.C.
    R-412: Kalerra Ridgebacks
    R-411: Northeast Wizards
    R-410: Farmworth Mudbloods
    R-409: Otyqejahr Q.C.
    R-408: Otyqejahr Q.C.
    R-407: Azarel Academy
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| Capital: Tynedale | Trigram: RZN | Elector Primo: R'Verzaka (M) |
[sub]| Football: 108th, KPB: 5.44 | Gridiron: [ ... ] | Lacrosse: 16th, Pts.: .5 |
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| Capital: Tynedale | Trigram: RZN | Elector Primo: R'Verzaka (M) |
[sub]| Football: 108th, KPB: 5.44 | Gridiron: [ ... ] | Lacrosse: 16th, Pts.: .5 |
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Postby Razenthuria » Tue Mar 13, 2018 2:25 pm

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| Capital: Tynedale | Trigram: RZN | Elector Primo: R'Verzaka (M) |
[sub]| Football: 108th, KPB: 5.44 | Gridiron: [ ... ] | Lacrosse: 16th, Pts.: .5 |
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Razen Football Authority | Football

Postby Razenthuria » Tue Mar 13, 2018 3:32 pm

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The Razen Football Authority is the controller and monitor of the sport of football within the Razenthuria, being the oldest of all major four sporting bodies, it was established nearly fifteen years ago and has been the spearhead and driving force behind making football the most-popular sport within Razenthuria. The RFA is notable for pushing and guiding the Razen national team, from a dysal rank in the 300s to a top-150 rank within its first year of international play, it manages Razen participation in the World Cup, CE, Olympic Games, and U-21/18 events - created in RC-399 following the defunct of the Kebec Footballing Association, the RFA was restructure, using leftover parts from the Kebecois football pyramid, re-applied specifically to the region of Razenthuria, the RFA has managed to produce a homegrown pool of future teams, players and a homegrown Razen football culture - that's soccer for you multiversal Western heathens. In the absence of a national circuit, the RFA created the RazenLeague pyramid, comprised of three major leagues - League RZN, RazenLeague 2 and the RazenLeague 3 - combined, they make up the bulk and best of the RazenLeague, below them lie, with each of the major three leagues comprised of 12 teams, the top two in each division are promoted while the bottom two are relegated, below them lie the treacherous paths of the Regional Leagues.

In the now fifteen years since the establishment of the RFA, the association has produced a top-flight that is well-known to the peoples of Razenthuria but remains much of a mystery outside of the country - teams such as Athletic New Victoria have established themselves as the true members of the top-flight, pushing to become members of the upper echelon of international football, after fifteen years, Razenthruia is prepared to make its silence decrease as the official opening of the RazenLeague to the world is upon us. Thirty-six teams vye for supremacy, hoping to one day lift the crown for their team while others gut it out to simply remain within their ranks within the top-flight, under the tutelage of RFA President Munachiso Uchechi, there is much hope for the league to succeed.




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| League RZN |


Past Champions
    R-415: A.C. Stonehenge
    R-414: A.C. Stonehenge
    R-413: Old Birmingham City
    R-412: A.C. 317 Roses
    R-411: A.C. Stonehenge
    R-410: Fullham Rangers
    R-409: Fullham Rangers
    R-408: Athletic New Victoria
    R-407: Fullham Rangers
    R-406: Navy Club
    R-405: Athletic New Victoria
    R-404: Fullham Rangers
    R-403: Athletic New Victoria
    R-402: Athletic New Victoria

Cup of the Raza
    R-415: A.C. Stonehenge
    R-414: Athletic New Victoria
    R-413: A.C. 317 Roses
    R-412: A.C. 317 Roses
    R-411: Old Birmingham City
    R-410: Old Birmingham City
    R-409: A.C. Stonehenge
    R-408: Athletic New Victoria
    R-407: Athletic New Victoria
    R-406: Fullham Rangers
    R-405: Athletic New Victoria
    R-404: Athletic New Victoria
    R-403: Athletic New Victoria
    R-402: Athletic New Victoria

RFA SuperCup
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STATE OF RAZENTHURIA
| Capital: Tynedale | Trigram: RZN | Elector Primo: R'Verzaka (M) |
[sub]| Football: 108th, KPB: 5.44 | Gridiron: [ ... ] | Lacrosse: 16th, Pts.: .5 |
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The Razen Lacrosse Federation is the newly-established governing body for lacrosse in Razenthuria, a nation known more for its footballing. Razenthuria is attempting to become a power nation in terms of lacrosse, investing heavy money into running the league, the inaugural season of the top divison, aptly named 'Starliga' saw tough competition, as an interesting form was determined for the league, becoming one of the first African nations to implement "playoff-styled" leagues, with teams qualifying for a playoffs series to be crowned champion. However, the RLF is an organization up-and-coming, while not the most-popular sport in Razenthuria - its the third behind both League RZN and the G-League, the RLF is investing much money into the league and lacrosse within Razenthuria. Razenthuria is expected to bid to host the World Lacrosse Championships soon with the RLF leading it in hopes of becoming the first African nation to host the cup, and, domestic lacrosse couldn't be doing better than ever, its thriving, with attendances moving higher and higher, reaching as many as 32,000 per game. The Razen Lacrosse Federation has come under the leadership of Martin Goodwake, reasonable man who also was the commissioner of the now-defunct K-League, a semi-pro lacrosse league during the days of Razen colonialization.




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Past Champions

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    R-415: [yrl=https://forum.nationstates.net/viewtopic.php?f=7&t=436897&p=34314076#p34314026]Cumberland Kats[/url]
    R-414: Shallowford Hyenas
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STATE OF RAZENTHURIA
| Capital: Tynedale | Trigram: RZN | Elector Primo: R'Verzaka (M) |
[sub]| Football: 108th, KPB: 5.44 | Gridiron: [ ... ] | Lacrosse: 16th, Pts.: .5 |
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STATE OF RAZENTHURIA
| Capital: Tynedale | Trigram: RZN | Elector Primo: R'Verzaka (M) |
[sub]| Football: 108th, KPB: 5.44 | Gridiron: [ ... ] | Lacrosse: 16th, Pts.: .5 |
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STATE OF RAZENTHURIA
| Capital: Tynedale | Trigram: RZN | Elector Primo: R'Verzaka (M) |
[sub]| Football: 108th, KPB: 5.44 | Gridiron: [ ... ] | Lacrosse: 16th, Pts.: .5 |
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Postby Razenthuria » Tue Mar 27, 2018 3:08 pm

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The Razen Football Authority is the controller and monitor of the sport of football within the Razenthuria, being the oldest of all major four sporting bodies, it was established nearly fifteen years ago and has been the spearhead and driving force behind making football the most-popular sport within Razenthuria. The RFA is notable for pushing and guiding the Razen national team, from a dysal rank in the 300s to a top-150 rank within its first year of international play, it manages Razen participation in the World Cup, CE, Olympic Games, and U-21/18 events - created in RC-399 following the defunct of the Kebec Footballing Association, the RFA was restructure, using leftover parts from the Kebecois football pyramid, re-applied specifically to the region of Razenthuria, the RFA has managed to produce a homegrown pool of future teams, players and a homegrown Razen football culture - that's soccer for you multiversal Western heathens. In the absence of a national circuit, the RFA created the RazenLeague pyramid, comprised of three major leagues - League RZN, RazenLeague 2 and the RazenLeague 3 - combined, they make up the bulk and best of the RazenLeague, below them lie, with each of the major three leagues comprised of 12 teams, the top two in each division are promoted while the bottom two are relegated, below them lie the treacherous paths of the Regional Leagues.

In the now fifteen years since the establishment of the RFA, the association has produced a top-flight that is well-known to the peoples of Razenthuria but remains much of a mystery outside of the country - teams such as Athletic New Victoria have established themselves as the true members of the top-flight, pushing to become members of the upper echelon of international football, after fifteen years, Razenthruia is prepared to make its silence decrease as the official opening of the RazenLeague to the world is upon us. Thirty-six teams vye for supremacy, hoping to one day lift the crown for their team while others gut it out to simply remain within their ranks within the top-flight, under the tutelage of RFA President Munachiso Uchechi, there is much hope for the league to succeed.


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All-time Winners table:
--4 	Athletic New Victoria, Fullham Rangers
1 A.C. 317 Roses, A.C. Stonehenge, Navy Club, Old Birmingham City


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206 Mitche
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Manager: William Grier [ RZN / 54 y.o. ]
League Titles: 0
RFA Cups: 0
RFA Super Cups: 0
Captain: Pinsley Piketon
Arena: The Battlecreek [ 20 400 ]
First XI (3-4-3): Image S. Victrino (32) - Image A. Katlse (24), ImageA. Psikey (18), Image H. Norman (27) - Image U. Igleown (31), Image D. Igloo (32), Image J. Hans (25), Image P. Piketon (32) - Image L. Jackleud (29), Image J. Krenshaw (23), Image P. Falpurn (19)
206 Mitche is the kid on the block in League RZN, far from gaining any extra traction amongst their peers in the league, however, 206 Mitche is undoubtedly headed in the right direction - we're seeing the right people steering the team in the right way, after only sitting in the top division for the past four years, this much was evident when Peter Falpurn - only a nineteen year-old mind you, was selected to the national team squad as a striker, William Grier has brought up his men well in the transfer from RazenLeague 2 second-tier play to the top league, they'll no doubt bee looking to show up and show out and at least get some good traction on their feet as we prepare to get up and running for another league of play, this team is looking to improve on their eighth place finish of last season, while they've no doubt improved, I only see them going up one spot in the rankings, its more or less the same team that'll be on display for all to see. Moving into The Battlecreek, a twenty-thousand-plus brand-new stadium should seem to boos their appeal to all as we now embrace the new squad, looking to make large strides on whatever they did last year. They're going to wreck dreams for the second division teams, aside from that - nothing to see here.
Last Season: 8th Prediction: 7th


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A.C. 317 Roses
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Manager: TBD [ TBD / TBD y.o. ]
League Titles: 1
RFA Cups: 2
RFA Super Cups: 2
Captain: Gabriel Baker
Arena: Paula-upon-Buyer Stadium [ 34 500 ]
First XI (3-3-4): Image X. Willcox (34) - Image P. Gatley (32), Image T. Hammersmith (31), Image K. Machan (32) - Image D. Darris (27), Image G. Baker (26), Image A. Bonaut (33) - Image S. Shawcroft (29), Image C. Oakwood (31), Image P. Fredham (33), Image E. Alex (29)

Its another season for A.C. 317 Roses, the question remains for many how the team from Port Perrington will continue its post-Ike Xavier days as Xavier departs to join the Razen Football Authority, leaving no one at the helm, after a stunning oup of titles in recent years. At present, the squad has received major changes to it, most notably the changes in its defense as Nepharan transfers were introduced in hopes of strenthging the team over the next few months. The board of directors also pitched a proposal to bring in a manager from a yet unknown nation to stabilize a weakened team which has seen itself gutted to its raw self over the past three years. However, there's much hope, simply put, this team can compete, while fifth place left much to be desired, last seaon, they'll regress yet again, however, don't put them out. We'll only need a two more years before we'll see a mighty challenger in the League RZN rise. Simply, the squad is missing to many large holes to fill in, after a 5th-place finish last season, they're pressed for a revival of fortune or risk being gutted - Xavier Willcox is a world-class goal-keeper, brought in to stabilize the squad at a N$6.5-million transfer fee two years ago, now, he has a renewed line which has imported much foreign talent in homes of moving into the top five within the league.
Last Season: 5th. Prediction: 8th.


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A.C. Stonehenge
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Manager: Adam Jeffery [ RZN / 56 y.o. ]
League Titles: 1
RFA Cups: 1
RFA Super Cups: 0
Captain: Constance Temples
Arena: Freeman Turf [ 32 000 ]
First XI (4-2-4): Image L. Pullman (24) - Image J. Durmont (32), Image J. Blackson (24), Image G. Koremen (26), Image G. Pettleton (29) - Image M. White (24), Image A. Keason (26) - Image P. Pearson (23), Image E. Heartland (26), Image K. Fybber (26), Image C. Temples (31),
Aye - a second-place finish from last season will sit in their mouths with an acquired taste, they certainly had the means and ability to take home the league title however the wheels fell off for them some time in between the thirtieth and the final matchday as they simply couldn’t catch up with a surging Old Birmingham City and were thus confined to a silver medal finish as the season came to a close. A rather interesting move with Lord Pullman starting off without the captains armband this season - possibly to test him to see how he'll react or simply a stupid move on part of team manager Adam Jeffrey - however, Constance Temples is certainly deserving of the arm band too as he showed last season, with a new season getting underway soon, we're going to be really interested in how well this side will do we want to see how well Pullman will hold up splitting his time between A.C. Stonehenge and the Razen national team which is set for a long schedule of games inbetween the World Cup '80 qualification, the Esvortipa regional tournament and the possible Global Cup of Soccer directly afterwards - this will be a taxing schedule for both goalie Pullman and the Stonehenge squad who's looking to move forth with growth and trump the other two teams expect to compete for the title - Old Birmingham City and Navy Club, we're going to really want to see how well the team can generate goals, last season's 38 was tied for the second-most in the league, a good move.
Last Season: 2nd. Prediction: 3rd.


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Athletic New Victoria
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Manager: Victor Kingsley [ RZN / 54 y.o. ]
League Titles: 4
RFA Cups: 6
RFA Super Cups: T0
Captain: Tommy Cox-Jean
Arena: The Jewel [ 65 720 ]
First XI (3-6-1): Image E. Thomas (23) - Image K. Kingsley (31), Image C. Williams (25), Image W. Wellington (33) - Image Y. Eugene (29), Image S. Smalee (28), Image E. Recson (26), Image V. Kirkman (24), Image K. Roberston (32), Image J. Macpherson (24) - Image T. Cox-Jean (27)
Even with the brilliance of Tommy Cox-Jean and national team reserve player Charity Williams, the team of the century and by far Razenthuria's best-ever most-notable football club continues to crash down with another failed season soon to happen, triggering the inevityble collapse of the ownership of Ethan Macklewain, Macklewain has done more to hurt the team than to actually increase its value since buying the club five seasons ago - sure, they may have reached the Cup of the Raza finals three years ago, but that was more or less a fluke of the past, this was obviously shown as since Cox-Jean's high-point leadership of fourth-place that year, it has continued to slide back in a record regressive pace, his ownership has yieled in order of years a 9th-place, 7th-place, 4th-place, 9th-place and 11th-place finish last season - if anyone is in a pincht o perform, its Kingsley who has player injuries to blame for the past two seasons, no matter, Kingsley is on the hot-seat as manager of the team, at the end of season, it was common-sight for the "Kingsley we want you sacked" song which became a rallying cry by the supporters of the club after yet another lost season which yielded a terrible finish of ten victories, so, we're forced to just say - flat-out, this is a shell of what it once was or should be - Victor Kingsley may have won Cup of the Raza victories with Fullham Rangers and A.C. Stonehenge and two RazenLeague 2 titles, but, he's clearly not cut out for managing with the big boys. This season will see New Victoria City's squad relegated if Peachtree City can win their third-straight RazenLeague 2 title, this should be worrisome to many fans. Frankly, not just Kingsley but the entire ownership needs to be sacked, this team is a disgrace, playing in a shiny new stadium built five years ago at the behest of the owners with nothing to play for.
Last Season: 11th. Prediction: 12th, relegated to RazenLeague 2.


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Battlebrook United
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Manager: Birmingham Union [ RZN / 73 y.o. ]
League Titles: 0
RFA Cups: 0
RFA Super Cups: 0
Captain: Gabriel Baker
Arena: Ares Moor [ 16 700 ]
First XI: First XI (4-2-3-1): Image V. Thomas (29) - Image S. Alexander (27), Image W. Peabody (25), Image T. Sherman (25), Image E. Ableton (26) - Image D. Cooks (31), Image W. Ormen (29) - Image W. Paulie (28), Image J. Velvet (33), Image P. Asskisserson (23) - Image A. Butt (34)
Battlebrook United has consistently been one of the unknown teams of the RazenLeague since it moved to the top division of League RZN a few years recently, however, it has begun its renaissance for the past four years with the superb leadership of Peter Ingram to guide the club, with two straight sixth-place finishes the past two years and four-straight crash outs at the quarterfinals in the Cup of the Raza tournament, we've seen a new team emerge - Ingram has caught on to be a special leader, at twenty-six, he's also established himself as a perennial goal-scorer as Battlebrook continues their upward climb in the league, constantly shrouded in unknown relative mystery, ownership group BetH.rzn, a development corporation which purchased the club only ten years ago has shown that it was willing to back a smalltown club in order to build it up into an eventual champions-level club, this was shown as Ares Moor was upgraded four years ago, increasing its seats by 6,000 - though partly due to new RazenLeague rules - however, Battlebrook has also announced plans to build a new 25,000-seater stadium southwest of Battlebrook's suburb of Keeington, the squad will very much be more or less the same under Birmingham Union, Union is a good coach, one of the older ones, it remains quite obvious that he'll no doubt have to move on from this squad due to his old age.
Last Season: 6th. Prediction: 4th.


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Burnley Rovers SC
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[b]Manager: Paul Saultom [ RZN / 45 y.o. ]
League Titles: 0
RFA Cups: 0
RFA Super Cups: 0
Captain: Pete Merlot
Arena: Williamton Complex [ 15 000 ]
First XI (4-3-3): Image E. Grier (33) - Image P. Ridgeton (27), Image C. Winston (25), Image G. Renfrigo (23), Image L. Rable (28) - Image C. Peters (27), Image F. Demons (23), Image C. Jeffords (28) - Image P. Merlot (25), Image A. Renfro (26), Image I. Ezekiel (29)
The team, Burnley Rovers SC isn't a good team, a terrible group of conflicting personalities and players will really be a disgrace for the city of Burnleytown which'll have to watch this disgrace as it takes the pitch, the only well-being to know is that Paul Saultom will obviously no longer be the coach by the end of this season, the general manager of Burnley Rovers SC did confirm this much, saying it was contingent on "whether or not Burnley has the means to rise out of the gutter", i.e., a 10th-or-below spells obvious incoming doom for the manager who is known for occasionally doing something good, in R-404, in his biggest claim to fame, he lead FC Aretha Park to their maiden and to date only RazenLeague 3 championship, since then, he's been more or less a burden to have - he's not the key to unlocking team success, the team is loosing money at a rapid pace - unless change happens quickly, they're going to drop down to the second-tier this year unless that is if Athletic New Victoria doesn't beat them. They're only notable player is Pete Merlot, a national team player who's the only decent point in this otherwise disgraceful squad. The question should really be whether or not they can reach double-digits in the win-column, last seasons only 7 wins remains the biggest laughable moment in RazenLeague history.
Last Season: 12th. Prediction: 11th.


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Calix City FC
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[b]Manager: Dominic Saint-Xevaux [ RZN / 41 y.o. ]
League Titles: 0
RFA Cups: 0
RFA Super Cups: 0
Captain: Gabriel Baker
Arena: Old Torchmaine [ 57 000 ]
First XI (3-5-2): Image D. Eardhend (32) - Image A. Appleton (26), Image P. Arngate (25), Image L. Loinston (29) - Image B. Boiltown (33), Image G. Dicker (27), Image A. Jones (23), Image J. Doe (29), Image K. Killdahoi (31) - Image M. Creefai (27), Image D. Crabbleton (26)
No doubt one of the many mid-level teams that are just waiting for that player to help it make its jump for mediocracy to the real top of the top-flight, Calix City FC, representing the minor city of New Calix, this club has continually been one of the most well-liked clubs that has consistently underperformed in the Razen football system, of course, in recent years it has arisen to some point of being alright - thjey surprised everyone, knockout out A.C. Stonehenge from a top-three finish two season ago before falling down to sixth place - of course, they're not the same replica of that largely innocent team, however - pieces that were the cinder-blocks from that unforeseen rise are still in place, no doubt - Dently Eardhend's still there - he's perhaps one of the best goal-keepers to ever wear the Calix uniform, however, at thirty-two he's pressed for time for his side to perform, expect them to fall short of their expectations, they will fall down, but only by a handful of games - a replica of their podium finish of years past is a few years off, but we see players entering the picture that can and will steer them there.
Last Season: 7th. Prediction: 5th.


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Fullham Rangers
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[b]Manager: Peter Fermen [ RZN / 62.o. ]
League Titles: 4
RFA Cups: 1
RFA Super Cups: 1
Captain: A. Hellsgate
Arena: Fullham Dome [ 52 000 ]
First XI (3-3-4): Image E. Sam-Jones (25) - Image S. Aev (29), Image P. Clortman (25), Image G. Locksgate (26) - Image A. Hellsgate (29), Image E. Thirdgray (26), Image E. Fillmore (32) - Image B. Charlie (26), Image C. Goddard (28), Image K. Kyrell (26)
Only one team has the ability or probability of being able to dethrone a squad like Old Birmingham City, and that's going to be the Fullham Rangers, by far one of the most-storied and perennial second-placers in the league, remember, this is the same team that dealt with the first dynasty of Athletic New Victoria's first run of championship success alongside Navy Club and A.C. Stonehenge's brief runs of success, they're a quite useful back-up team to put in your brackets - they were constantly in the run for the championship in the early years of League RZN, as of now, they're a ragtag bunch - not a single one is a bona-fide superstar, but collectively, they represent the second-most complete team i the league, however, alone, they won't have much of a chance of coming up with the league title unless they don't slow down Old Birmingham City - which we really doubt anyone will - however, there is a hope for the Rangers to possibly raise their fifth banner next season if other clubs (precisely Navy Club) flounder in their season campaigns.
Last Season: 3rd. Prediction: 2nd.


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Navy Club
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Manager: Lt. Col. Ethan Parsley [ RZN / 62 y.o. ]
League Titles: 1
RFA Cups: 0
RFA Super Cups: 0
Captain: James Thomastown
Arena: Armed Forces Stadium [ 43 000 ]
First XI (4-5-1): Image F. Preston (26) - Image E. Pennington (28), Image G. Crabshaw (26), Image Q. Betternock (29), Image D. Crabbleton (28) - Image X. Lynchburg (26), Image S. Vradderton (24), Image P. Mimosa (26), Image L. Casleton (29), Image D. Dutta (33) - Image E. Cax (26)
Navy Club is a bit pressed for time to bring a league-title home, and unfortunately, tis going to be another hit-and-miss season for the "Shipyard Hooligans" as they're known as - this team is good, but arguably its biggest window of championship potential has obviously passed (between R-404-and-407), during that era, they had four top-three podium-finishes and also raked in their firsr title in League RZN, a precursor to the Fullham Ranger's eventual dominance of the league. Lieutenant Colonel Parsley has been brought in to shake the club to its core - perhaps mainly due to the fact the Navy of Razenthuria prefers to not field a losing team in football, they've formally begun designing a stadium-ship sort-of-thing, this stadium will be literally plastered on top of a extremely-large ship, supported by pillars of levys - giving the "sea-sick" feeling to visiting teams but still being connected to the mainland, this stadium is supposed to be unveiled in two years time. As for that, Navy Club will see a drop in their rankings, they can't afford to simply be as could as they've been in years past, Fullham will simply overpower them. However, look forward to the 206 Mitche-Navy Club clash, called the "Sefarers Derby" due to both of their city's being located on the coast, 206 Mitche travels to Port Perrington to take on Navy Club in a winner-takes-all bout.
Last Season: 4th. Prediction: 6th.


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Old Birmingham City
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Manager: Ike Xavier [ RZN / 53 y.o. ]
League Titles: 1
RFA Cups: 2
RFA Super Cups: 1
Captain: A.J. McGreen
Arena: Torchwood Park [ 39 650 ]
First XI (4-2-4): Image A.J. McGreen (30) - Image V. Parks (27), Image W. Akin (26), Image D. Katz (33), Image S. Torgino (29) - Image F. Peaflower (25), Image H. Rivera (28) - Image J. Inglewood (34), Image C. McDavis (36), Image P. Fleetwod (35), ImageO. Billwehl (34)
The good ol' ride of championship success for Old Birmingham City will no-doubt come to a close this season - except one final whelch of a championship push for the team, perhaps they'll reach the pinnacle and get a double crown and win the Cup of the Raza - a possible triple crown is in reach if they can successfully with the Super Cup which was only recently started five seasons ago - one things for sure, they're going to win this season and then collapse. This team while good simply is too old to keep the gears rolling, two successive championship years have a way of weighting down on your body in a quick manner, years of quiet neglect have a way of just wasting on you - their ride of unadultered success is due for a shake-up. While its safe to say as of now that a third championship seems quite likely, we'll have to re-evaluate our position midway thru the season as no-doubt, age is due to catch up with a lot of these players and their bodies, however - A.J. McGreen is a talented lad, once Thunder Rivers resigns at the end of World Cup qualification in which Razenthuria will no doubt embarrass themselves, look for Conley Goddard to quickly plug McGreen into the equation to stabilize an incredibly young national team.
Last Season: 1st. Prediction: 1st


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Saint Derby FC
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Manager: Gordon Howard [ RZN / 59 y.o. ]
League Titles: 0
RFA Cups: 0
RFA Super Cups: 0
Captain: Fillmore Jordan
Arena: The Center at Bagleback Square [ 26 750 ]
First XI (3-5-2): Image K. Sassex (35) - Image D. Prancer (29), Image L. Vixen (36), Image R. Weedleton (40) - Image H, Weasley (33), Image A. Kattlebrook (35), Image V. Dully (31), Image H. Gerry (29), Image G. Hikvon (32) - Image A. Petersin (33), Image K. Kyleout (28)
It should send shockwaves throughout the Saint Derby FC supporter-base upon learning not a single player was invited to the national team selection camp, yet alone was formally added to the qualification squad for this year's World Cup - however, St. Derby has continually shown that it does not care about what its supporters say - the team has one of the worst ratios of attendance in the league and continues to alienate what little fans it has remaining in its fan-base with considerable annoyance. Lets not forget, that there's a major problem when the youngest-aged player on your team is aged at 29 - this should send warnings and red-flags throughout the system, there's no young player on the team coming up the pipelines, every one is old or is in the process of becoming old - very dangerous for team growth and altogether assuring sameness on the pitch. The team that was creative and engineered a two runner-up performances more than four years ago and attached deep runs in the Cup of the Raza a few times is not going to have the same trickery they once possessed during their fun long ago. Gordon Howard, the manager who engineered the surprising runs during that time does not have the charisma to lead the team once again - it would perhaps be more inevitably smarter if they instead chose to vacate and rebuilt the team from the top-down.
Last Season: 10th. Prediction: 10th.


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Tynedale City
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Manager: Aretha Park the Third [ RZN / 65 y.o. ]
League Titles: 0
RFA Cups: 0
RFA Super Cups: TBD
Captain: Aretha Park the Fourth
Arena: South Tynedale Park [ 26 750 ]
First XI (5-3-2): Image A. Park IV (40) - Image A. Park V (20), Image S. Raskerin (26), Image Q. Rasaux (22), Image J. Gildhe (32), Image A. Nottingham (29) - Image. C Paste (31), Image I. Element (26), ImageC. Rosecau (26) - Image T. Willmont (33), Image Ashton Garret (24)
Tynedale City may never fully reach their potential, their teams have consistently been repressed at their times of ascent - most notably during the first five years of League RZN where Tynedale City actively competed for and could've won two-out-of-five league titles if it weren't for the early dominance of Athletic New Victoria, since then, Tynedale has seen worse times, dropped to the second-division in R-403, they'd remain in the bottom-feeders, unknown to the world until R-407, then-under Aretha Park Jr., the team stunningly came from behind to win the RazenLeague 2, promptly afterwards, Aretha Park Jr. resigned as manager, thus bumping her daughter, the third-incarnation of the Park name into the manager spot, this would prove to be a great move as Tynedale City would com so close to a near Cup of the Raza victory in R-408 - leaving an early sign iof euphoria within the nation, a chance! - just missed, surely. She worked tirelessly for six years until in R-412, leaving after the inevitable collapse of the team midway thru Tynedale's campaign. Look forward to them breaking some teams hearts, especially in the Cup of the Raza competition, they're going to stun some people, no doubt - they won't do much in the league however.
Last Season: 9th. Prediction: 9th.



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    Applegate City
    Last Season: 2nd, RazenLeague 3 Prediction: 6th
    Brookhaven FC
    Last Season: 1st, RazenLeague 3 Prediction: 9th
    Capital City Club
    Last Season: 9th Prediction: 10th, relegation to RazenLeague 3
    Everbren A.C.
    Last Season: 5th Prediction: 7th
    FC Manitoba
    Last Season: 4th Prediction: 4th
    Klydetown FC
    Last Season: 6th Prediction: 8th
    Old York FC
    Last Season: 3rd Prediction: 3rd
    Peachtree FC
    Last Season: 1st Prediction: 2nd
    Reading Athletic
    Last Season: 2nd Prediction: 1st
    Welshton Rovers
    Last Season: 7th Prediction: 5th


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    Athletic Manchester
    A.C. Perrington
    Blue Coast 381
    Calix Fire S.C.
    Eagleton Landing
    F.C. Aretha Park
    Kebrai City
    Raidsboro United F.C.
    Petersburg City (favorites)
    Ten Mountains Mountaineers F.C.
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RazenLeague / R-414 / Part 1

Postby Razenthuria » Tue Mar 27, 2018 5:53 pm

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RFA SuperCup
Old Birmingham City 4–1 A.C. 317 Roses
    C. Oakwood 6', P. Fleetwod 24', C. McDavis 29', 37', S. Torgino 64'
    @ Old Torchmaine (67 000), Xuala


League RZN - Matchday 01
    A.C. Stonehenge 7–3 Saint Derby FC
    206 Mitche 3–5 Battlebrook United
    Navy Club 1–0 Burnley Rovers SC
    Calix City FC 2–1 Athletic New Victoria
    Old Birmingham City 4–1 A.C. 317 Roses
    Tynedale City 2–8 Fullham Rangers

Wow! What a start to the thirteenth season of League RZN, we certainly were witness to an amazing show of talent, or lack there-of to start the season, as many teams simply were destroyed, ripped-apart to welcome in the new season, in a hih-scrogin opening-weekeened. More so, the biggest place witness to this utter waseteland was at Freeman Turf as A.C. Stonehenge delivered an unhinged and destructablely painful way to start off the season, for our holy peoples of Saint Derby FC, under the lights a Freeman, Stonehenge was able to deliver a 7-3 wholloping of the Derbyboys, relishing in the victory, Efrom Heartland, the 26 year-old who's slowly hit his stride in the past three years of playing broke through, delivering a stunner for the team. Around the league, the other marquee matchup showed an 8-2 dismantling of Tynedale City by the Fullham Rangers, thanks to goals contributing from the four horseman of Charlie, Goddard, Kyrell and Filmore, all working to rack up a tally of eight scored goals for the team by ehend end of the day. In Port Perrington, 206 Mitche fell in a goalfest to Battlebrook United, unable to keep their high-octane offense moving, Navy Club, a much-touted team derailed Burnley Rover SC, on a penalty i the 83rd minute, Calix City FC would be forced to contend with a 2-1 nearrow victory over Athletic New Victory, a team which is expected to be possibly relegated. Oh, what a day to open the season!

League RZN - Matchday 02
    Saint Derby FC 3–5 Fullham Rangers
    A.C. 317 Roses 2–1 Tynedale City
    Athletic New Victoria 3–5 Old Birmingham City
    Burnley Rovers SC 1–0 Calix City FC
    Battlebrook United 0–2 Navy Club
    A.C. Stonehenge 3–3 206 Mitche

Before we start off, lets just all check out the fact that the Fullham Rangers have scored a stunning amount of goals in two games, leading the league with thirteen as they would wreck the Derbyboys of Saint Derby FC by a score of 5-3, Bagelback Square would be lit-up on the heels of the eight-goal goalfest that stemmed from game, Manager Peter Fermen who has adopted a 3-3-4 scheme was well-advanced, offering all-smiles as the game ended, while the defense needs to improve, that really isn't the main piece of concern for the rising talent that is Kevin Kyrell, despite comments of his short stature, he's rising in stock, leaving rise to a four-goal performanceby himself, really turning heads out there as the team looked on. This team is truly a sign of a cohesive unit, a well-oiled machine, practice is paying off for this group who look to rack up the goals before a tough and concetrating match up next against A.C. 317 Roses, the reigning Cup of the Raza champions. Athletic New Victoria would put up a bold fight against the defending champions in Old Birmingham City, but would be downed as their team was unfortunately unable to overcome the firepower generated by the Birmingham Boys, in Burnley, the Rovers downed Calix City to a finetuned line of 1-0. Battlebrook United fell to the Navy Club, 2-nil, leaving the Midshipmen smiling and all teeth after the victory, given there has been considerable under-achievement in recent years. A.C. Stonehenge and 206 Mitche battled to a 3-3 gridlocked tie, a marquee match-up pitting two vastly-different teams against each other, Stonehenge on the fringe of the mid-major Razen teams, attempting to get into the bluebloods of Razen teams, there is relief as the game dwindled to an end there.

League RZN - Matchday 03
    206 Mitche 2–1 Saint Derby FC
    Navy Club 1–4 A.C. Stonehenge
    Calix City FC 2–2 Battlebrook United
    Old Birmingham City 2–0 Burnley Rovers SC
    Tynedale City 0–0 Athletic New Victoria
    Fullham Rangers 0–1 A.C. 317 Roses

A much-quieter week of matches saw teams settle into the new groove, A.C. Stonehenge would blowout Navy Club, under the likes of a delightful 4-1 victory - putting the finishing touches on a rise that could see an early battle with Old Birmingham City for the top spot in the league as the first half of the season proceeds. Old Birmingham City would move into the top spot, rising with a 2-nil shake-up of the Burnley Rovers, while not a huge loss, it served to do the job, as Birmingham rises to the top early on, their legs seem young into the season, certainly looking to defying the odds on which the season moves forward. The Fullham Rangers, they seriously slowed down, stopped in their tracks by A.C. 317 Roses in a hard, grinding match, there's going to be much to take from this match as they move forward, will they be a fringe team, yet again? They can't expect to win, falling the Roses, the Roses are talented, but they're not on the level of Navy Club-Stonehenge-Birmingham, the Rangers need to step it up in the coming weeks as they look to move forward and claim their first title in four seasons. Over to the north, a battle of equally bad teams would see a nil-nil game between Athletic New Victoria while in New Calix, Calix City FC and Battlebrook United were able to treat themselves to a brace, there's much excitement brimming from 206 Mitche, handing Saint Derby their third loss as gets themselves their first win of the season. Saint Derby will still continually be looking to chase that win, it'll be a tough road ahead of them as they continue the season, look forward to some good luck games in the future!

League RZN - Matchday 04
    Saint Derby FC 5–4 A.C. 317 Roses
    Athletic New Victoria 2–3 Fullham Rangers
    Burnley Rovers SC 0–1 Tynedale City
    Battlebrook United 1–2 Old Birmingham City
    A.C. Stonehenge 3–2 Calix City FC
    206 Mitche 0–0 Navy Club

AND WE HAVE IT! FLEEEEEEETWOOOOOOOOOOOOD. FLEETWOOD! He is a god! He delivers yet again for Old Birmingham City as they retain their top spot, settling in as the last-remaining undefeated team, capitalizing on defensive mistakes in the closing minutes of the game at Ares Moor, settling for a 2-1 victory, after trailing much of the game behind, 1-nil. It all came together in the final minutes of the games, scoring in the 87th minute, to knot the game as 1-a-piece, and then - in the first minute of extra time..., "Fleetwood to the box, he cuts to the left - looks to Billlwehl for the wheel pa- NO! He's deked him, and look my friends, GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOAAAAAAL, GOAL, GOAL, Fleetwood has resuced the Birmingham Boys!", and there, you heard it, Fleetwood, the Ageless Wonder proves yet again he's still at the top of his game, stunning the peoples at Ares Moor as they scrape away with the needed victory to amass themselves into a well-liked top spot for the team. Meanwhile, A.C. 317 Roses survived a near-scare, outlasting Saint Derby FC, on the flurry of set pieces and two penalties in the last-fifteen minutes of the game, serving to rescue the team. Fullham Rangers gets back on track with a 3-2 narrow victory over Athletic New Victoria, a look at the dangerous chances that nearly prevented a victory for the nation. Tynedale City using a lone goal to lead over the likes of Burnley Rovers, keeping out an eye for the likes of them. Progress for A.C. Stonehenge, looking on as a victory neared for them - meanwhile, 206 Mitche was muted, as was Navy Club who kept to themselves, stunned as a nil-nil victory took place, quietly, unable to best each other.

League RZN - Matchday 05
    Navy Club 1–0 Saint Derby FC
    Calix City FC 2–2 206 Mitche
    Old Birmingham City 2–4 A.C. Stonehenge
    Tynedale City 0–1 Battlebrook United
    Fullham Rangers 2–2 Burnley Rovers SC
    A.C. 317 Roses 2–2 Athletic New Victoria

A nice medley of ties, knots and gridlock, there was zero real action from the games, as we saw a bunch of 2-all games, aside from the outlier, a nice 4-2 victory for A.C. Stonehenge, relying on Pearson and his firepower to generate a deuce on his part, looking to futurely move forwards, claiming large victories as Stonhenge would look to celebrate thru the night. While Stonhenge dethroning the Old Birmingham City game rang trhe and well, many simply consider this a fluke, sayin Birmingham is missing key pieces needed for their championship run, there however was a muted feeling at the pitch as Old Birmingham is under lockdown, following riots thru the city. The stadium would be a ghosttown, nothing could be heard as Razen military officers stood, guarding the stadium, as aircraft flew overhead, watching the city, the yells of the players could be hear eerily as the game continued, keeping the game at a strange pace. Afterwards, the teams would mill on the stadium, awaiting police transport to the bus terminals or airports, seemingly quite afraid as the city outside would raze and smell of fires, this comes after the unarmed shooting of a white man within the city, leading to a deployment of the Kebecois national army to the province to stabalize it. Aside from that key match NAvy Club was able to register a good win, over Saint Derby, however, there was a key interest in the Fullham Rangers match up, they'd grind out to a 2-a-piece match, leaving many holes to be answered and filled - what's the future of the team remainss the looking question that will settle over the team for the coming weeks.

League RZN - Matchday 06
    Saint Derby FC 2–3 Athletic New Victoria
    Burnley Rovers SC 2–4 A.C. 317 Roses
    Battlebrook United 0–1 Fullham Rangers
    A.C. Stonehenge 1–0 Tynedale City
    206 Mitche 0–1 Old Birmingham City
    Navy Club 2–5 Calix City FC

Rarely do we turn to Calix City FC for excitement - as aevident by their small rack-up of goals - but, BUT, BUUUUUUT, they've done it my friends, we saw, as we opened up the season a hge victory for the side, en route to a worty 5-2 win over the heavyweights in Navy Club, with the win sliding up into a sixth place spot for this team, looking to stunningly outmaneuver the Navy side who has held onto the fith spot for awhile now. The bold Calix side was able to uncharacteristically score goals - yes, you heard correctly, woah, they can kick things into the net, a newfangled possibility that has stunned the world. However, sarcasm aside, Calix is a tough side, they're truly talented, they're just a team that needs to be refined, and they are getting that - they're veing revitalized, they're suspended in the same spot they were thought to be finishing it, while they won't be able to take the next step, they'll definety be breaking some hearts when the season continues. However, the large part that seems to leave us scratcing our heads is over the fact that they remained able to lower the goals scored of teams upon them, seeminlgly, the large teams have seen their goalfests halted, and boldly too might I add, Fullham, which started off the season with an 8-2 thrashing of Tynedale City was forced to work down and launch a 1-nil victory for their side, over Battlebrook United, another small, minor team. 206 Mitche would fall to Old Birmingham City 1-0, while A.C. Stonhenge got it done, in defensive posture, as they literally "ball-hogged" and dispatched Tynedale City 1-0, A.C. 317 Roses was able to up the ante to 4 goals, besting Burnley 4-2, in a nice victory at Ares Moor, finally, Saint Derby would move to give Athletic New Victoria their first win of the season - 3-2, a saddening result for them.

League RZN - Matchday 07
    Calix City FC 2–2 Saint Derby FC
    Old Birmingham City 1–0 Navy Club
    Tynedale City 0–0 206 Mitche
    Fullham Rangers 0–2 A.C. Stonehenge
    A.C. 317 Roses 2–2 Battlebrook United
    Athletic New Victoria 2–0 Burnley Rovers SC

The gap that exists between Fullham and Old Birmingham City continues to be increased as Fullham was stalled, kept busy on the expense of A.C. Stonehenge who would deliver a 2-nil defeat to the dragon side, leaving many at a loss of words - Fullham had entered as favorites, having pushed forward in bold play, instead, they were left reeling as the match continued, Stonehenge stood to benefit, keeping a narrow gain over Old Birmingaham at expense to that victory, seemingly, euphoria would leave the pitch. The match was a defensive one, as Lord Pullman added for himself another clean sheet to the books, expected to start for Razenthuria during World Cup qualification, there was much of a stir running thru the city, especially considered how well the team meshed as the game moved forward. Pullman might quite possibly be going overseas within the near future as his stock increases, he's surely a rising talent, remaining in a smalltown Stonehenge will not develop himself sufficiently. Meanwhile, we saw Calix City grind out to a 2-all game with Saint Derby - same-old, same-old it seems as the game went on, Tynedale City was also grounded aeronautically, the games have remained quiet, goals scored from headers have left large gaps in the scoring sheets, as demonstrated as A.C. 317 Roses were forced to settle for a brace as they also tied with Battlebrook United, as the game dwindled to an end. Looking forward to the end of the first quarter of the season, Athletic New Victoria also looks to close out on a clean slate, they've stunned people early on - thought to be a clear shoe-in for relegation, they've scraped together and managed to head a bold push for mid-table ranks, remaining quietly at 7th-place, Burnley would fall to the eleventh spot, so, there's concerns over how the future will form for them, though they are expected to be relegated, their start has been degrading, no doubt for their fans - all five of you out there. Old Birmingham meanwhile escaped with a victory.

League RZN - Matchday 08
    Saint Derby FC 0–0 Burnley Rovers SC
    Battlebrook United 0–0 Athletic New Victoria
    A.C. Stonehenge 2–3 A.C. 317 Roses
    206 Mitche 3–2 Fullham Rangers
    Navy Club 1–0 Tynedale City
    Calix City FC 1–2 Old Birmingham City

Suffering the pain from a loss the week before, the Fullham Rangers travelled to Port Perrington, expected to gut out a supreme win for the team, a nice 5-nil win to settle those who are scared by the initial play that has in habited the team, but - obviously, there's other plans on the team's mind as it falters to lowly 206 Mitche. And truly, there's a feeling of scariness settling on the team as it falls to fourth place in the stands following its loss to...MITCHE. And this isn't a diss to 206 Mitche, they're a nice group of people, but, c'mon now, when we consider who 206 Mitche are, they're a team who occupies the lower-rungs of the latter, the lower mid-table guys, not a team that could actively sneak into the top-4 spot this season and win a Globe Cup berth by season end. Of course, theres a lot of kicking left to be kicked, so, there really isn't much to worry about, remember, Fullham did have a midseason collapse a few years back and go on to win the title - which was in....R-410. And if I rememeber correctly, the last Rangers side to life the championship was none other than our lovely boys at Fullham! So, there can't be much to worry about, if its a sinking ship, it would've sunken already - right? Aside from that, Battlebrook United and Athletic New Victoria grounded out to a nice nil-nil draw, garnering a small amount of fans, A.C. Stonehenge and A.C. 317 Roses, a battle of the Englishmen, known as the Englishmen Derby was gutted to the ends of the earth as 317 prevailed, 3-2 in a dirty match, filled with its fair share of PUSHING! SHOVING! And the occasional goal. Navy Club would settle into defensive posture, outlastying Tynedale City 1-nil and Old Birmingam City would come from behind to best Calix City, 2-1.




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Given an early glance of the possibilities contained within the league, its safe to say that the previews for the team is being legitimized - Old Birmingham City has gained the top seed, however, A.C. Stonehenge is hot on their heels - only a draw seperates the two from tangling, of course, the main two teams are separated by a gulf of five points, a gulf that may never be regained as A.C. 317 Roses and Fullham Rangers will struggle to last with the likes of Stonehenge and Old Birmingham, there's a legitimate concern for Fullham right now, having a seven point gulf separating them, Fullham is a team that should be keeping pace with Birmingham, there's absolutely no reason they can't compete, and the nation should be alarmed with the rise of 206 Mitche slowly forming. At this point, there is a possibility we're seeing new teams being granted a Globe Cup birth, most-keenly, Athletic New Victoria is moving forward out an upward slope - for our mathematically-deprived individuals, this points towards a possibility that they could one day achieve the spot needed to compete with the big boys.

---Razen Football Authority - League RZN   Pld     W    D    L     GF    GA    GD    Pts 
1 Old Birmingham City 8 7 0 1 19 10 +9 21
2 A.C. Stonehenge 8 6 1 1 26 14 +12 19
3 A.C. 317 Roses 8 4 2 2 19 18 +1 14
4 Fullham Rangers 8 4 1 3 21 15 +6 13
5 Navy Club 8 4 1 3 8 10 −2 13
6 206 Mitche 8 2 4 2 13 14 −1 10
7 Calix City FC 8 2 3 3 16 15 +1 9
8 Athletic New Victoria 8 2 3 3 13 14 −1 9
9 Battlebrook United 8 2 3 3 11 12 −1 9
10 Burnley Rovers SC 8 1 2 5 5 12 −7 5
11 Saint Derby FC 8 1 2 5 16 24 −8 5
12 Tynedale City 8 1 2 5 4 13 −9 5



    Golden Boot: Image Kevin Kyrell - 9 (Fullham Rangers)


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Looking to take advantage of the lull and given Peachtree FC's slow start to the season, Old York FC has grinded out six wins, intermixed with a few tough draws and one loss as the season gets underway, 1/3rd of the way into the season, we've seen flashes of brilliance, obvious signs that the group is here to stay, Old York dominates at the expense of the failure that has described the early onset of the Peachtree campaign. Meanwhile, Everbren A.C. also rises, however, only one spot receives promotion into the top league - and that ONLY comes after two consecutive championships within the second division, so Peachtree will be the only eligible team if they can reel off a championship campaign, which evidently they can't.

---RazenLeague - RazenLeague 2    Pld      W     D     L      GF     GA     GD     Pts 
1 Old York FC 10 6 3 1 24 15 +9 21
2 Everbran A.C. 10 4 4 2 17 13 +4 16
3 FC Manitoba 10 4 3 3 18 16 +2 15
4 Reading Athletic 10 3 6 1 12 10 +2 15
5 Brookhaven FC 10 3 4 3 10 13 −3 13
6 Applegate City 10 2 6 2 13 14 −1 12
7 Welshton Rovers 10 2 4 4 16 17 −1 10
8 Peachtree FC 10 2 4 4 14 16 −2 10
9 Capital City Club 10 2 3 5 19 23 −4 9
10 Klydetown FC 10 1 5 4 3 9 −6 8


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A bloody bunch of bitches, that's the best way to describe the horrendous campaign we've seen that's taken place in RazenLeague 3, the true outcast of the RazenLeague pyramid, the games we've seen, or rather, our lowly correspondents have watched are truly sickening if there wasn't a sign that change was needed, now surely, here is your call. Petersburg City, the clear favorites enjoy a three-point height advantage over Athletic Manchester, but that's still painfully close, Petersburg was expected to run forward and burst into the opening seen, a 10-0 unbeaten streak had been te much-more expected outcome, not this...monstrosity that has taken place.

---RazenLeague - RazenLeague 3    Pld      W     D     L      GF     GA     GD     Pts 
1 Petersburg City 10 6 3 1 17 8 +9 21
2 Athletic Manchester 10 5 3 2 18 13 +5 18
3 Blue Coast 381 10 5 2 3 12 7 +5 17
4 Eagleton Landing 10 5 2 3 6 8 −2 17
5 Raidsboro United F.C. 10 4 4 2 16 11 +5 16
6 A.C. Perrington 10 4 4 2 13 10 +3 16
7 Kebrai City 10 3 2 5 11 16 −5 11
8 Ten Mountains Mountaineers 10 2 2 6 4 10 −6 8
9 F.C. Aretha Park 10 0 5 5 9 16 −7 5
10 Calix Fire S.C. 10 0 5 5 7 14 −7 5







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The Cup of the Raza, known officially as All-Razenthuria National Football Invitational, is an annual knockout football competition in intersex domestic Razen football. First played during the R-402 season, it is the oldest association football competition in Razenthuria and one of the most storied It is organized by the Razen Football Authority, Razenthruia'a highest governing body of association football.
      *Upsets in bold
    Raidsboro United F.C. (RL3) 4–3 Fullham Rangers (RZN)
    Calix City FC (RZN) 0–1 Tynedale City (RZN)
    Everbran A.C. (RL2) 1–0 Ten Mountains Mountaineers (RL3)
    A.C. Perrington (RL3) 3–4 Peachtree FC (RL2)
    Klydetown FC (RL2) 1–0 F.C. Aretha Park (RL3)
    Old York FC (RL2) 1–1 Petersburg City (RL2) (1–1 AET) (2–4 pen.)
    Saint Derby FC (RZN) 1–1 Applegate City (RL2) (2–1 AET)
    Kebrai City (RL3) 2–5 Athletic New Victoria (RZN)
    Burnley Rovers SC (RZN) 0–0 Eagleton Landing (RL3) (1–0 AET)
    A.C. 317 Roses (RZN) 4–2 Navy Club (RZN)
    Battlebrook United (RZN) 2–1 Capital City Club (RL2)
    Reading Athletic (RL2) 1–0 Athletic Manchester (RL3)
    Brookhaven FC (RL2) 1–0 Blue Coast 381 (RL3)
    206 Mitche (RZN) 4–4 A.C. Stonehenge (RZN) (5–6 AET)
    FC Manitoba (RL2) 1–3 Welshton Rovers (RL2)
    Old Birmingham City (RZN) 1–0 Calix Fire S.C. (RL3)

Yet again, the Fullham Rangers have fallen flat on their face, disappointong many who were under the impression that Fullham was truly ready to take the next step in their footballing. However, that was the only upset - and that's what made the news, as the question remains who is Raidsboro? They're obviously not any good team, I mean, it should be pointed out we're talking about a mid-level team here that pulled a mighty good upset of a well-ranked team, a triple-crown chance has expired for the Rangers, who are also sorely lacking early-on in play, there's a sea of depression for the Rangers as they'll be the only League RZN team to crash out of play. This will be a moment of honor for Raidsboro, they're going to wear this badge forever.
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RazenLeague / R-414 / Part 2

Postby Razenthuria » Thu Apr 05, 2018 3:00 pm

League RZN - Matchday 09
    Old Birmingham City 2–3 Saint Derby FC
    Tynedale City 1–0 Calix City FC
    Fullham Rangers 2–0 Navy Club
    A.C. 317 Roses 3–3 206 Mitche
    Athletic New Victoria 0–2 A.C. Stonehenge
    Burnley Rovers SC 0–1 Battlebrook United

And we're back as the season continues, we ushered in the second quarter of games as we were able to see the complete dismantling of Navy Club on the hands of superior play from the Fullham Rangers, who seem to have a surefire star in Kyrell lining at in the wing position, the team was precise in their attack, able to deal a heavy amount of damage to Navy Club, who was strange - known usually for their stout defense, the Midshipmen gave up goals early on in the first five minutes - however, one was called back, due to an offsides, that saved Navy Club from a 3-nil demolition. Fullham looks to get back on the right track, they've suffered some terrible losses in recent weeks, including the most-notable one being their complete failure in the first round of the Cup of the Raza, I don't know about you, but its safe to say that we'll be looking at some changes this offseason, given the apparent mishaps that are stemming from the tea, another failure that was like their catastrophic annihilation we saw last week cannot simply be repeated. Meanwhile, Kevin Kyrell is amassing himself as a perennial player, we could very well be staring at the player of the season, he's really reinvented and retooled himself, expect maybe he'll receive a call-up following Razenthuria's disastrous play in the South Toronto Invitational. Meanwhile, Saint Derby trumped Old Birmingham City, in a close 3-2 battle, Tynedale City lifted themselves over Calix City FC, fine-tuning a 1-nil victory, A.C. 317 Roses were forced to settle with a tie with 206 Mitche - Mitche has risen in recent weeks, certainly goading the opposition as they continue to improve on the pitch. Athletic New Victoria tangled on the pitch, and were reduced to a 2-nil loss to A.C. Stonehenge, who seem hell-bent on getting the top spot, bouncing back into the number-one spot, following last week's loss. Meanwhile, the worst-place team, Burnley Rovers SC lost a heart-wrenching game against Battlebrook United.

League RZN - Matchday 10
    Saint Derby FC 1–1 Battlebrook United
    A.C. Stonehenge 5–0 Burnley Rovers SC
    206 Mitche 1–1 Athletic New Victoria
    Navy Club 1–2 A.C. 317 Roses
    Calix City FC 1–0 Fullham Rangers
    Old Birmingham City 1–2 Tynedale City

And here we are, we saw aa great game, as such A.C. Stonehenge will be featured in the match-of-the-week, delivering well in a 5-nil demolition of Burnley Rovers SC, which saw a might few shots, including a well-deserved a hat-trick from this game, this game proved to be an utter destruction - a resolute annihilation of the last-place team in Burnley Rovers SC, with Stonehenge looking to separate themselves from the likes of Old Birmingham City, the side laid waste in a heavy fashion to the Rovers, leaving the Rovers side all but assured that Paul Saultom who has lead two previous last-place campaigns with the Burnley side will no doubt not be returning. Pete Merlot, the national team player was held in gridlock - so far the only man responsible for any of their goals, all five of them, was held handicap, Stonehenge seems to be running away with goals this season, having amassed an unhealthy amount of thirty-three goals scored, littered amongst a mainly offensive-driven team. There were some flashes from the Burnley side that indicated they did have talent, amazing crosses into the box that were snuffed out by the excellent goalkeeping that was Lord Pullman - Pullman, Navy Club's Edward Pennington, and most-surprisingly, Tynedale City's Aretha Park the Fourth are all tied for second place in goals given-up, sitting at fourteen - notably, Vermont Thomas of Battlebrook United has only allowed a small amount of 13. Looking forward towards the rest of the games we saw in action, Saint Derby and the aforementioned Battlebrook side settled for a 1-a-piece draw in Xuala, 205 Mitche and Athletic New Victoria also were gutted down to a 1-1 draw, A.C. 317 Roses, on the heels of a good win in the Cup of the Raza stormed forth with a 2-1 victory, while Calix City bested the Fullham Rangers 2-1. Aside from that, Old Birmingham City continues to freefall, being downed 2-1 by Tynedale City.

League RZN - Matchday 11
    Tynedale City 0–0 Saint Derby FC
    Fullham Rangers 2–0 Old Birmingham City
    A.C. 317 Roses 0–2 Calix City FC
    Athletic New Victoria 0–1 Navy Club
    Burnley Rovers SC 1–0 206 Mitche
    Battlebrook United 3–3 A.C. Stonehenge

Burnleytown is a sight of jubilation, upsetting 206 Mitche 1-nil, Pete Merlot is yet again the unquestioned star of the team, in the forty-sixth minutes, after a cross from Landon Rable, he'd see Renfro to the wings - deking pass a defender as he'd bury it into the net, past Victrino's flailing arms, that was all that was needed as the Burnley side settled for a 1-nil victory, moving forward to notch their second victory of the season, a bittersweet moment given how they are in the standings. Lets all put forth the following information - Victrino will be gone by next season - he has much to much talent for a team will little aspirations like Burnely, he could no-doubt receive a big money offer from one of Razenthuria's big three clubs - Athletic New Victoria - if they can avoid relegation, Fullham Rangers - who no doubt have their fair share of firepower, adding him would brew a monstrosity of offensive genius, finally, Old Birmingham City, who's looking to establish their dynasty early on could find much use for him in their program. The game was Burnley's from the get-go, seemingly coming out in a much-prepared state, no one has cared much for the Burnleytown side, and given their failed ventures - its not too much of a surprise they get no love, however, this win will be a happy smudge for the team. Aside from that, a nil-nil draw from the capita as Tynedale City and Saint Derby hold their ground. Calix City FC would successfully dissect the Roses, winning 2-nil, while Navy Club was able to best Athletic New Victoria. In a high-scoring match-up, Battlebrook United and A.C. Stonehenge would see nothing go their way as a tough 3-3 game would settle the scoreline.

League RZN - Matchday 12
    Saint Derby FC 1–2 A.C. Stonehenge
    Battlebrook United 0–0 206 Mitche
    Burnley Rovers SC 1–0 Navy Club
    Athletic New Victoria 3–3 Calix City FC
    A.C. 317 Roses 2–1 Old Birmingham City
    Fullham Rangers 6–3 Tynedale City

Fullham was here to stay, in their second meeting with Tynedale City, it proved as explosive as the first match-up, if anyone can remember, that game saw an 8-1 blasting of Tynedale City, leaving the city in much of a shock as the game wore on - this game saw one less goal as before, but was just as exciting as Fullham got back on track, moving into second place upon a 6-3 victory, thru another recorded hat-trick, on the heralds of the majestic sporting that came to be from Kevin Kyrell, who continues to amaze us in his quest to become a young member on the national team. Honestly, what we've been able to witness out of Kyrell has astounded us, simply a player with the guts for the big leagues, he could be a transcendent star in the World Cup - with EqueStar 80 coming up, there's a lot of hope for the national side if Kyrell is chosen to reperesent us this year. Right now, the question truly remains who's going to be able to stop his goal dominance as Fullham, who choked earlier now looks to recover and same some face with a quick turnaround and key victory to putting their season back on the right track. Meanwhile, A.C. Stonehenge was able to handle a busy Saint Derby FC, finetuning them to a 2-1 victory, a quiet one for Stonehenge has they continue to establish themselves in the top spot, seven points above Fullham, and also having already amassed nearly 40 goals, only twelve games in, expcect the incoming Cosumarite coach in Conley Goddard to chose some of these players to represent the team in the World Cup. Battlebrook United and 206 Mitche battled a nil-nil draw in Battlebrook while in Burnleytown, the Burnley Rovers got a good start and manged to keep it, besting Navy Club 1-nil. In New Victoria, ANV drew in a titantic battle, 3-a-piece with Calic City F.C. as A.C. 317 Roses reminded Old Birmingham City they truly to are also a top-notch team, settling a draw with a feasible victory.

League RZN - Matchday 13
    Fullham Rangers 2–3 Saint Derby FC
    Tynedale City 0–1 A.C. 317 Roses
    Old Birmingham City 2–3 Athletic New Victoria
    Calix City FC 0–1 Burnley Rovers SC
    Navy Club 0–1 Battlebrook United
    206 Mitche 2–1 A.C. Stonehenge

A quiet matchday that didn't see any real stunners that stood out on the pitch - the game of the week featured 206 Mitche, who battled top-placed A.C. Stonehenge, edging out the top-seeded team 2-1 at The Battlecreek in one of the most memorable games this season, Shane Victrino, who was hampered with injuries last season was able to stop nine shots-on-goal, only allowing one as 206 Mitche continue to hold the mid-table rankings, sitting at 7th in the league, quietly creating a small buzz as they handled the top team to a tune of 2-1, certinaly turning some heads thru the league. The lead-up to the game featured much overt displays from 206 Mitche, rumored to be considering an expansion of the current stadium, The Battlecreek, it was a packed house as all 20,000+ people turned up to the stadium, which was a mud field, reveling in the expanse of the rains of the previous days, a mud-soaked clay made for a rough game, in which players became children in the mud, the football, barely-visible yielded a game in which we saw a quiet match stormed up until the end, in which moving forward in a fleeting motion, Jared Krenshaw was able to score the game-winner for 206 Mitche, giving them a vital victory and the needed euphoria to move forward following a key victory. In other games, the Fullham Rangers fell down to third place, following a nasty 3-2 loss to Saint Derby FC, settling scores, A.C. 317 Roses then moved into second place, outlasting Tynedale City - the last-place team - 1-nil. In quiet fashion, Athletic New Victoria disposed of Old Birmingham City - our pick to finish first in 3-2 fashion - many wonder what has happened to the Birmingham Boys who hae reveled in depression, what has happened to their run of previous? They have mired in mediocracy, their bold start of 7-1 has yielded to a 7-6 failure since then. Calix City FC was unable to outlast a surging Burnley Rovers side who registered a 1-nil victory in a quiet match while Navy Club fell to Battlebrook United in one of the most-watched matches of the season, some now wonder what will happen to the rest of the league as we continue the games played thus far, will we see a new team emerge now remains the question.

League RZN - Matchday 14
    Saint Derby FC 1–3 206 Mitche
    A.C. Stonehenge 1–0 Navy Club
    Battlebrook United 1–0 Calix City FC
    Burnley Rovers SC 1–2 Old Birmingham City
    Athletic New Victoria 4–1 Tynedale City
    A.C. 317 Roses 3–4 Fullham Rangers

We had some damn-good games this week, that's right folks, we had y'all a goddamned treat with the games we saw this week - we'll tune in to Athletic New Victoria's thrashing of Tynedale City, 4-1 - we're broadcasting live from The Jewel, home of ANV's side, here we saw a test of two teams picked to finish in the bottom, most-likely one of the two were to be relegated - Athletic New Victoria is our pick to be relegated, instead they're riding high in seventh place, following a true demolition of the Tynedale City squad - 4-1. Thomas Cox-Jean and Joe Macpherson each recorded a healthy brace of goals, as Tynedale City was limited to an own-goal supplied by a blunder in the net by Ethan Thomas - a young player, only twnethy-three who'll have a lot to learn before he's ready to deply himself to use better. This year has been a true surprise for ANV, they've been anything but bad - while mediocrity is a better description of their play, many would say we're close to witnessing a true resurgence in the ANV side, while, we hesitate to affirm to this, we've seen much-better play from this side, once a side who finished 11th - need we remininsce to last year? I think not, aside from that, we've seen some might good play from them, we're expecting for them to actively resurge following our obviously unfound error in judgement, its been quite a run for this team. Meanwhile, we watched 206 Mitche thrash Saint Derby FC 3-1 at the Bagelback - which might I say, a terrible name for a stadium, A.C. Stonehenge beat Navy Club who seem to be stringing together 1-nil losses by the dozen - next, Battlebrook United lifted the W over Calix City FC, surprising many with their antics. Old Birmingham City finally got their first win in the second quarter of the season, under a spell of such, notching a surprising 2-1 victory over Burnley Rovers SC, Fullham Rangers finally finished-off a busy week of play, thru a 4-3 win over A.C. 317 Roses.

League RZN - Matchday 15
    A.C. 317 Roses 3–1 Saint Derby FC
    Fullham Rangers 0–0 Athletic New Victoria
    Tynedale City 2–1 Burnley Rovers SC
    Old Birmingham City 3–4 Battlebrook United
    Calix City FC 0–2 A.C. Stonehenge
    Navy Club 2–4 206 Mitche

Battlebrook United played their cards juuuuust right as they were able to escape with a 4-3 victory over Old Birmingham City, derailing Birmingham Boys attempt to reclaim and re-climb the table and accede into the second spot following a failure of gross lavish appearances in the past six weeks, however, Battlebrook was able to stomp out and snuff what could've been a thriller as they would score two unanswered goals in extra time - might we say disputed extratime, using this as it helped the team in jumping forth in their bid, churning the wheels forth as they maneuvered into the 5th-place spot. Battlebrook aims to be a quiet contender, not even a mid-major, they've dwindled as an occasional fourth-place team for much of their time within Njiko RZN, we were a bit surprised when we saw the ability that they were able to accede at so far, while the season is young, we could defnietly see a surprise or two from them late in the season as they bid to hurt others in their respective candidacies for the championship title. Now, we look on thru the season, we're defnietly closing in on witnessing a rise from Battlebrook, now, it remains off to be seen - it could be a this year thing, or we might see it in the future as they battle to move forth. Moving on, the Roses took a 3-1 victory over Saint Derby FC, that was a real-quiet game, not much to see, however, the real tumbleweed of the pack was Fullham Rangers-Athletic New Victoria who's might attacks put up a valiant number of 0 goals on both sides. Tynedale City stunned Burnley Rovers SC, notching a 2-1 victory over the heavily-favored side. Meanwhile, A.C. Stonehenge took apart Calix City FC, in 2-nil fashion while Navy Clb continues in their quagmire, this time faulting in a 4-2 loss to 206 Mitche.

League RZN - Matchday 16
    Saint Derby FC 0–1 Navy Club
    206 Mitche 1–0 Calix City FC
    A.C. Stonehenge 1–1 Old Birmingham City
    Battlebrook United 1–1 Tynedale City
    Burnley Rovers SC 0–3 Fullham Rangers
    Athletic New Victoria 2–1 A.C. 317 Roses

My friends! We are half-way thru a very interesting season - we've reached it and stunningly, we've seen teams with no business in the top-6 somehow clawing their ways into the top-6, we've seen battle-after-battle as we've acclaimed a rather quiet round of games. Saint Derby was downed, and they were downed quickly as they suffered a *stunning* loss to Navy Club, who's been rather off in the past few weeks, as Navy Club moved forth, looking to rebound ground following consecutively losing week-after-week, leading us to determine that Navy Club is no longer the talenet they once were in the past. Now, we saw a quiet game, as to why this was the choice for game of the week remains to be seen, I must no doubt talk to my manager about his poor choices, but, I will say, this game was testament of battles, these two teams did not have it easy as they were forced to engage for every tackle, every pass, kick. This game was tightly contested, built on the pillars of defense and we can all say it was well-rewarded in the end for Navy Club who'll be looking to build off this, registering only their second win in the second quarter of the season. However, these games were very exciting, that wasn't the only one on feature as 206 Mitche tangled with Calix City, walking off with temporary scratches as they move forth with a 1-nil victory. A.C. Stonehenge, our current top team bowed to the world, as they unceremoniously tied 1-a-piece with Old Birmingham City, who continually is getting derailed in their battle to move forth. Battlebrook United saw a tense draw with...Tynedale City of all people, and Burnley was unable to answer to Fullham Ranger's large push, falling 3-nil. Finally, Athletic NEw Victoria saw off a mighty battle from A.C. 317 Roses, beating them 2-1.



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Looking at the standings from last time we were arounf, it was safe to say we were going to see a battle between A.C. Stonehenge and Old Birmingham City for the crown, however, that hasn't appeared as Old Birmingam City has been downed since their great start, only managing to win one game and gain four total points in the second quarter of the season. As we now have entered the half-way mark, A.C. Stonehenge has emerged as the leader of the pack, and now Fullham and possibly A.C. 317 are hot on their trial, however, they're lagging behind a mighty few number of losses will be neede to make up ground.

---Razen Football Authority - League RZN   Pld     W    D    L     GF    GA    GD    Pts 
1 A.C. Stonehenge 16 11 3 2 43 21 +22 36
2 Fullham Rangers 16 9 2 5 40 25 +15 29
3 A.C. 317 Roses 16 8 3 5 34 32 +2 27
4 206 Mitche 16 6 7 3 27 23 +4 25
5 Old Birmingham City 16 8 1 7 31 28 +3 25
6 Battlebrook United 16 6 7 3 23 20 +3 25
7 Athletic New Victoria 16 5 6 5 26 25 +1 21
8 Navy Club 16 6 1 9 13 21 −8 19
9 Calix City FC 16 4 4 8 22 24 −2 16
10 Tynedale City 16 4 4 8 14 27 −13 16
11 Burnley Rovers SC 16 4 2 10 10 25 −15 14
12 Saint Derby FC 16 3 4 9 26 38 −12 13


    Golden Boot: Image Kevin Kyrell - 16 (Fullham Rangers)


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Old York hasn't necessarily lost touched, its just been the fact that FC Manitoba is just better and possibly more built to win the long-haul as they were able to match Old York's 6 wins of the first third of the season, now nicking their good bud, with themselves gaining ground into the first sport. Now, this season is far from over, because, the top five teams only have seven points separating them, we're in for a true test of wills and a might battle of proportions when we return, with the two bottom leagues going on break during most of the World Cup, we're going to come back to see tested and battle-hardened squads.

---RazenLeague - RazenLeague 2    Pld      W     D     L      GF     GA     GD     Pts 
1 FC Manitoba 20 10 5 5 40 31 +9 35
2 Old York FC 20 9 5 6 42 36 +6 32
3 Everbran A.C. 20 8 6 6 34 29 +5 30
4 Reading Athletic 20 7 8 5 31 29 +2 29
5 Brookhaven FC 20 7 7 6 19 22 −3 28
6 Klydetown FC 20 6 8 6 14 15 −1 26
7 Peachtree FC 20 6 7 7 30 28 +2 25
8 Applegate City 20 6 7 7 31 32 −1 25
9 Welshton Rovers 20 4 7 9 25 32 −7 19
10 Capital City Club 20 5 4 11 35 47 −12 19


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Blue Coast 381 have usurped whatever lead Peterburg City had earlier on, as they moved forth, settling into the conquering spirit, and its more of a surprise, as Blue Coast has not lost a single game in the second third of the season, perhaps this was obtained thru the blessing of the team by the Razen Panthenon or there was more to it, because, honestly? They're not that good.
At all.

---RazenLeague - RazenLeague 3    Pld      W     D     L      GF     GA     GD     Pts 
1 Blue Coast 381 20 13 4 3 25 9 +16 43
2 Petersburg City 20 11 6 3 32 14 +18 39
3 A.C. Perrington 20 9 6 5 27 21 +6 33
4 Eagleton Landing 20 9 5 6 19 20 −1 32
5 Raidsboro United F.C. 20 7 8 5 28 24 +4 29
6 Kebrai City 20 8 4 8 34 31 +3 28
7 Athletic Manchester 20 7 6 7 31 31 0 27
8 Ten Mountains Mountaineers 20 3 5 12 8 24 −16 14
9 F.C. Aretha Park 20 2 7 11 21 36 −15 13
10 Calix Fire S.C. 20 1 9 10 17 32 −15 12







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The Cup of the Raza, known officially as All-Razenthuria National Football Invitational, is an annual knockout football competition in intersex domestic Razen football. First played during the R-402 season, it is the oldest association football competition in Razenthuria and one of the most storied It is organized by the Razen Football Authority, Razenthruia'a highest governing body of association football.
      *Upsets in bold
    Athletic New Victoria (RZN) 1–0 Burnley Rovers SC (RZN)
    Battlebrook United (RZN) 1–0 Tynedale City (RZN)
    Peachtree FC (RL2) 1–2 Everbran A.C. (RL2)
    Reading Athletic (RL2) 1–4 A.C. Stonehenge (RZN)
    Brookhaven FC (RL2) 0–1 Old Birmingham City (RZN)
    Klydetown FC (RL2) 0–1 Saint Derby FC (RZN)
    Petersburg City (RL2) 0–4 A.C. 317 Roses (RZN)
    Welshton Rovers (RL2) 1–2 Raidsboro United F.C. (RL3)

Its obvious for lowly Raidsboro that wins in the third divison do not transform to the Cup of the Raza as they continue their march, this time defeating the Welshton Rovers in quiet fashion, perhaps, thru their goal-scoring antics that seem to come to motion in the final stages of the game, there was no doubt a feeling of victory, and the sweet, sweet feeling of not having to challenge anybody as they walked out feeling revitalized, It was quite a game, no doubt, there was much to admire as we saw the game come to an ende. Aside from that, business as usual.
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Razen Sports Daily / SN Magazine - Analysis: Christcastle

Postby Razenthuria » Sat Apr 07, 2018 4:10 pm

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Christcastle emerges as strong candidate for League RZN expansion


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Christcastle supporters who made the journey to nearby New Victoria to support the Swans at The Jewel. (Gaston North/Razen Sports Daily)


CHRISTCASTLE - While much of the bustling city had seen Atlehtic New Victoria supporters bussed into The Jewel in the nearby city of New Victoria, Christcastle scored a key goal in their own bid to bring an expansion League RZN team to the city - with only four slots available, ten cities, including Christcastle have bid in hopes of seeing the top league of Razen football, Njiko RZN - in English being League RZN see expansion to a total of sixteen teams in plans for the Razen Football Authority's grand plan to eventually have 22 teams operating and playing in the top league by R-420. Christcastle, a known hot bed for sporting talent has been on the radar of any good support for years, developing known players such as Lord Pullman and Kevin Kyrell amongst others, showing hope to the fact that Christcastle, a city more known for its development of the sport of lacrosse in Razenthuria can truly produce a footballing atmosphere in a traditionally non-football area. While of course a large number of attendance does not signal the idea that League RZN officials are prepared toa ward expansion rights to Christcastle - that will be determined by planned financing and a stadium - League RZN seemed prepared to look into the city as RFA officials were on hand for many smaller tournament that took place, ranging from kids to amateur football in the region.

But earlier, with plans approved for a Razenthuria bid for the twenty-first edition of the Campinato Esportiva and the city approving the financing of a 40,000+-seater arena in downtown Christcastle, it seemed that they were on track, even as Razen Football Authority President, Abraham Ingleton visited the city, speaking earlier this week with representatives from gridiron's Christcastle Knights and lacrosse's Christcastle Barons, both sides of which seemed welcoming to the future proposals for the team, with the Barons even suggesting that the proposed Christcastle team play at the Baron's Galactic Tech. Stadium while the new stadium is being built - while the lacrosse stadium, seating only 12,000 will not be up to league standards, this goes to show the League RZN and also the multiverse that the region is serious about footballing, Razenthuria, despire its miniscule rank has poured millionts into creating and growing this league, this League RZN which has risen to multiversal prominence, even gaining some prying eyes from Cosumarite coaches who look to move into this league. "In the past four months", said Ingleton, "Christcastle's prominence has increased greatly, with both the Barons and the Knights seeing their stock rise - the Barons lifted their sport's title, at the highest level and look how well the community gathed around that, they had a 300,000+ parade thru the city, for a sport which rarely draws more than 25,000 for a match, if not anything, this must be a sign that the city of Christcastle is truly ready and made for large things, sports especially".

As League RZN begins its first expansion wave, its been greeted by secondary pro cities, areas thaty many have overlooked into expanding the league, that is precisely why the RFA and League RZN by extension have looked there - included, many hotbeds have been found thru there, with announcements that Xuala, a more-traditional city that was constantly overlooked due to its "barbaric" nature of past was awarded the rights to a thirteenth league team this season, funded by NS-billionaire, Thomas Appleton, the man has invested N$670 into builfing a new stadium for the city, included has courted Cosumarites and Kalctines about coming to play in League RZN, which is expected to draw many foreign players on the lower rungs in time for the next cycle of UICA, possibly being traced to the common sense that League RZN stock is on the rise, with a new national team also being assembled from the former dust that was Razenthuria's WC79 qualifying failure. Another city, Brandon Lake is making a lot of noise as to be an expansion site, dazzling us in their amateur play, they already have the stadium ready - 18,900-seater Brandon Park, albeit a small one, the culture surrounding the club is certainly there, and its growing - Ares Valley is also another region, with a rich footballing history who can have the intended impact on the league if they receive the invite, it would be good on 'em for the league to reward their waiting.

In edition to the pending edition in Xuala next season and three others, the League RZN also has another four spots open for after next year for a second wave of induction, looking for a second capital club for Tynedale, as many struggle to associate with the currently capital representatives in Tynedale City - a team stuck with an ownership which looks to spend as little as possible on outfitting the club for proper play - if anytinhg, Aretha Park Holdings bought the team simply to pass the coaching along generations, they simply have ruined what once was a bright team and diminished would it should be, and its fans have been alienated towards supporting the rise of another team, a football movement that has come forth as A.C. 415, in reference to their hope to bring the team forth within the first expansion wave. Aside from the aforementioned cities that have spoken, there also remained New Angeles, Firestar City, Eagleclaw, Blackmond, Fernchester, a second uniform for New Angeles, Tigerstorm, Star City and also the upstart city of South Marietta who have expressed interest at a bid for the League RZN team slots that are currently available.

Stunningly for the rest of the world, Christcastle had previous been without much of a chance for an expansion, retailed as trailing far behind in the pack, their stock has risen as others have fallen - Blackmond had many municipal issues and are facing ongoing concerns of corruption within the ranks of the organization attempting to secure the team, and Firestar City and Tigerstorm, despite how interesting the names are both seem like literal long shots, both are on cities far away from the rest of the League RZN puzzle, so, the question would be how to possibly link those teams with the rest of the world - something that we doubt they'd be interested in doing. If League RZN is truly committed to sticking small, they'll want to go with either New Angeles or those we've already spoken on, but many offer their benefits. Fernchester offers in-tune discussion with White Razenthuria, many whites live in this city, this could be a vital town to secure and is no-doubt going to be much of a shoe-in for future team, Fernchester's bid has been basically secured, with push-after-push by League RZN and the Razen Football Authority as they try to get more White participation in the sport. However, Fernchester has no proven record of footballing, no team in any of the lower leagues to show of their impressive records, they were not featured at all on WC79 qualifying, however, we'll expect something to come out of that eventually.

We'll just have to see.
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RazenLeague / R-414 / Part 3

Postby Razenthuria » Mon Apr 09, 2018 4:20 pm

League RZN - Matchday 17
    Athletic New Victoria 0–0 Saint Derby FC
    A.C. 317 Roses 1–0 Burnley Rovers SC
    Fullham Rangers 2–2 Battlebrook United
    Tynedale City 0–2 A.C. Stonehenge
    Old Birmingham City 1–0 206 Mitche
    Calix City FC 0–1 Navy Club

206 Mitche missed a good chance to move up into the 5th place spot, leaping Battlebrook United as they fell in a quiet match to Old Birmingham City who looks to get their game back on track after a miserable second quarter of the season yielded a catastrophic fall down into fourth place. Fleetwood's goal in the 41st minute put the only dent into 206 Mitche's armour, despite a strong defensive showing, they were unable to respond, with an offense that has been described by many as incredibly slow-paced, Manager William Grier has been attacked for his philosophy, which incorporated a more slow-paced, smallscale attack which focused on counterattacks. However, this has continually failed for 206 Mitche, who look to step forward into this season - as the season's second half gets underway, you can be sure that Razen scouts will be looking for young talents in foreign leagues to incoproate into League RZN next season, especially 206 Mitche who'll be looking to burn a nice sumof N$18.70 million dollars by the end of the year. Shane Victrino is getting old, and his age is starting to show, he was unable to stop what many describe as an easily-preventable goal, for a man who's trying to make Razenthuri'a WC80 qualification squad, he's going to have to do better in the long-haul if he thinks he has much of a chance of taking over for Lord Pullman who has failed in his attempt to be the savior of the Razen program. Aside from that, we had an incredibly quiet week, Athletic New Victoria and Saint Derby FC grinded to a nil-nil game, despite having plenty of shots - ANV had 8 shots on target, the Roses got 'er done, dispatching Burnley Robers SC 1-nil, the Fullham Ranget and Battlebrook United settled for a deaw, 2 on each. A.C. Stonehenge retained their top form, as Tynedale City keeled to Stonehenge 2-nil, and Navy Club looks to right their season, as they took out Calix City FC 1-nil in a rather surprising match.

League RZN - Matchday 18
    Saint Derby FC 1–1 Calix City FC
    Navy Club 1–1 Old Birmingham City
    206 Mitche 1–1 Tynedale City
    A.C. Stonehenge 2–2 Fullham Rangers
    Battlebrook United 2–1 A.C. 317 Roses
    Burnley Rovers SC 0–3 Athletic New Victoria

This man-child in Easton Thomas - the 23 year-old goal-keeper for Athletic New Victoria, he's been the key to a season in which Atheltic New Victoria's acceded over the current situation, expectations for the team was for relegation, perhaps this team is two years ahead of schedule as they've managed to hold a seventh place footing in the league, Thmoas, who was acquired last season for N$2.7 million from A.C. 317 Roses has surprised us - actually, no - he's re-written our thoughts on describing the ANV side, perhaps they're not going to be competing for a Globe Cup berth right now, however, they're certainly rising above expectations, their skill has been pointed out, they're usurping our previous thoughts on this team, I was discussed the issue that stemmed from ANV - a new ownership group that had no wish tos pend any sort of money on refitting and retooling te gropu, however, it seems I may be wrong, as they look to be committed to bringing in a new form of players. And, with the offseason approaching, some high-profile footballing nations have already spoken to the RFA of bringing in foreign coaches and talent to maneuver the League RZN in new direction, ANV has money to spend - by far the riches club in the country aside from A.C. 317 Roses, they've got more than N$30 million to burn on attracting foreign talent to this side, this offseason's going to be a blast for ANV. ANV good very well be a sneak-up team this season, if they can keep the gears intact, they might stun us and secretly slide into a fourth place finish and grab that Globe Cup berth, it'll take a lot - sure, but with the way these wheels are running, anything should be possible - on paper for them. Saint Derby FC and Calix City FC grounded out - finishing knot at 1-a-piece, Navy Club also held of the Birmingham Boys as they drew 1-1, 206 Mitche was no good today, as Tynedale City was able to rise out of the gutter, knotting themselves their own personal victory, moving forth with a big tie. The leaders in A.C. Stonehenge and the second-place team of Fullham Rangers battled to a draw, 2-2, as Kevin Kyrell continues to make us wonder why he wasn't on the national team earlier, Battlebrook downed the Roses - finally!

League RZN - Matchday 19
    Burnley Rovers SC 0–3 Saint Derby FC
    Athletic New Victoria 4–3 Battlebrook United
    A.C. 317 Roses 3–4 A.C. Stonehenge
    Fullham Rangers 3–1 206 Mitche
    Tynedale City 2–2 Navy Club
    Old Birmingham City 3–0 Calix City FC

Lord Pullman was bought for an exorbitant fee last season - A.C. Stonehenge dealt out a gods=awful N$9.5 million to acquire rights to him from previous holders in Old Birmingham City, while he was good to start off, cracks are now starting to show for the young former national team goal-keeper, the national team coach, Cosumarite, Conley Goddard who was brought in to head the national team following a terrible showing at the South Toronto Invitiational Cup and a generally displeasing run at World Cup 79 Credrawk qualification has announced that Pullman will not be invited to the 50-person footballing clinic, which will take place this week - perhaps in reference to a poor season of showing from Pullman, this time they escaped, with a 4-3 goalfest victory over A.C. 317 Roses, with two goals a piece coming in from Keith Fybber and Corin Temples, Temples has remained a player who constantly receives no congratulations for her incredible addition to a generally stellar attack, she's to be credited with 13 assists on the season and will remain our personal favorite for the right to Silver Boot. Now, of course, she can't will the ball into the net, but, A.C. Stonehenge has amassed 51 goals in only 19 matched, that's basically averaging 2.7 goals per match, almost three goals - the Gods have shown to be rather lenient on the scoresheet for Stonehenge who currently sit nine points over the second-closest team in the Fullham Rangers. I think its safe to assure the rest of the world that we will most-likely be seeing the Stonehenge side lift their second league title and first in three years - Old Birmingham City is simply lacking, their old age has finally caught up with them as they look to grind it out and hopefully for them gain a Globe Cup berth. A.C. Stonehenge's current display of a team is so complete, there's no chinks in this well-oiled machine, Adam Jeffrey is no doubt going to gain an award or two at the end of the season as quite a successful manager, he could possibly be going overseas if his season continues to be as successful as it has been, thus far. Aside from that, Saint Bery FC register a 3-nil victory over Burnley Rovers SC, Athletic New Victora outlasts Battlebrook United, in a thrilling 4-3 victory, Fullham Rangers dispatch of 206 Mitche - taking them apart in a 3-1 thrashing, could Fullham be looking to make a late-season run for the crown? Tynedale and Navy Club clash, resulting in a draw that elaves fans disappointed at a lackluster performance by Navy Club, who's money is used to assist the Razen National Navy, finally, Old Birmingham City crushes Calix City FC in 3-nil fashion.

League RZN - Matchday 20
    Saint Derby FC 2–1 Old Birmingham City
    Calix City FC 2–0 Tynedale City
    Navy Club 4–4 Fullham Rangers
    206 Mitche 2–1 A.C. 317 Roses
    A.C. Stonehenge 0–2 Athletic New Victoria
    Battlebrook United 5–4 Burnley Rovers SC

Hey, hey, hey - the last time we visited the Double-B Derby, Battlebrook United escaped with a 1-nil victory, on Matchday 12, helping them hold their mid-table ranking, on the way to locking-up a 6th-place mid-table rank midway thru the season, now, we're back, for MAtchday 20, and more-or-less, we've seen the same thing, as tis time, Burnley Rovers SC continues to regress, and they must be real-pleased that Peachtree FC has regressed in the RazenLeague 2 as it looks as though Burnley despite an expected 12th-place finish will be able to remain in the League RZN for next season - that is unless Peachtree FC mounts a stunning run to wipe out any chance of error for Burnley Rovers SC, of course - that's not our main point of discussion, Battlebrook's defense, once labeled as being stellar was terrible, terrible - it was atrocious, giving up a large amount of goals to the unknowns of Burnley, who were able to score goals from three different players. I assume that the training room was frustrated, a sense of demoralizing anger must have loomed within the room following such a spirited attempt to usurp the serby leadership. Right now, Burnley simply needs to be more concerned about getting better for next season, this team has not been cohesive in any form nor manner, they've been terribly inefficient at working together, and while Paul Saulton may need his time to get adjusted to the new team he has to head, I'm sure that the ownership's going to expect more next season. There's a lot to work out for this side, they're most-likely ehaded for a back-to-back last-placed finish, next year, a lot of emphasis needs to be placed on just surviving, that's if they're back. Aside from that frustration we saw there, Saint Derby FC downed Old Birmingham City, moving ito 9th-place, coming off a decent 2-1 victory that'll serve to be a moralizing booster for the team. Calix City FC got back on the right track, with picking up a 2-nil victory over Tynedale City, as the two switched places, Navy Club surprised everyone with a high-octane game, saving themselves from a loss with a last-second goal during extra time to leave the game with an ambitious point, they'll need to build off that successful showcase. UPSET ALERT - Athletic New Victoria downed the leaders in A.C. Stonehenge, 2-nil at Freeman Turf, so they're a lot of excitement stemming from that.

League RZN - Matchday 21
    Battlebrook United 3–3 Saint Derby FC
    Burnley Rovers SC 2–1 A.C. Stonehenge
    Athletic New Victoria 0–0 206 Mitche
    A.C. 317 Roses 3–2 Navy Club
    Fullham Rangers 1–0 Calix City FC
    Tynedale City 1–0 Old Birmingham City

Old Birmingham's fading and they're fading fast, its going by so incredibly quickly, a drop from first-to-third, then they stunningly dropped to fourth, holding ground until just now, with a stunner - a complete shocker as they fall to Tynedale City to a score of 1-nil, keep in mind that this is the defending League RZN champions, a team that last year won 27 games and only lost three times en route to a routing of a season, sweeping the awards table and surely reminding the nation that they were the cream of the crop - well, they just unceremoniously drooped a dud to Tynedale City, who took advantage of the capsizing boat and sunk their talons into the fading lights the are Old Birmingham City, the Birmingham Boys have fallen from a sure second championship to possible Globe Cup berth to now simply competing I hopes of finishing mid-table, this has been the complete and total collapse of the side. Old Birmingham is a team that was running on a time clock, and perhaps their window has passed-on, but - but, they're a worrisome trend, they are spiraling out of control, now, they'll be looking to rebound and regroup, but the damage is done - the injuries are starting to pile-up as Fleetwood went crashing out for the season with a torn ACL, goalie, A.J. McGreen won't be back until Matchday 28 and the interim in William Paxton is atrocious, perhaps the offense will bare the brunt of surviving the league for the next few weeks as the toughest part of the schedule begins for this team, formerly at the top of the pillar, their leverage is crumbling, if not done so already, they're no longer looking to reaffirm to the world that they are the best Razen team but rather "we survived the collapse", making it to Matchday 24 will be a relief enough for the team, they're no looking to celebrate but to sigh. Meanwhile, Battlebrook United ascended into third place upon the blunders of Old Birmingham City, they're looking to maintain their place as A.C. 317 Roses chases, one ranking behind on goal-differences, they downed Navy Club, 3-2, Burnley Rovers took out the leaders, A.C. Stonehenge who also seem to be in a conundrum, is the championship possibilities getting to their heads? Athletic New Victoria and 206 Mitche both bowed out, drawing nil-nil at The Jewel, Fullham Rangers unceremoniously axed Calix City FC, 1-nil.

League RZN - Matchday 22
    Saint Derby FC 1–0 Tynedale City
    Old Birmingham City 1–4 Fullham Rangers
    Calix City FC 1–3 A.C. 317 Roses
    Navy Club 1–0 Athletic New Victoria
    206 Mitche 1–1 Burnley Rovers SC
    A.C. Stonehenge 1–2 Battlebrook United

Fullham Rangers make a strong case for usurping the top spot from A.C. Stonehenge by thrashing Old Birmingham City 4-1, as Kevin Kyrell once again reigns as king, now reaching a plateau of 24 goals on the season, he easily recorded a fifth hat trick as they ran away with a victory over Old Birmingham City, a horrendous attacking pattern for Old Birmnigham City, and a defense that has seen many cracks exposed as the season wears on - perhaps their current goal should not be to look forward and rebound their points but to heal the injuries and just remain dormant for next season, their run has been truly frightening, as obvious in the demoralizing play we saw on the pitch today from an otherwise championship-caliber team. I believe, personally, the Fullham Rangers do have the power - they MUST have the power to make a case and might be able to edge out A.C. Stonehenge for the title, and Battlebrook United and A.C. 317 Roses are both making moves no the outside-looking-in to maneuver into place and possibly stun the top seed sides, they're looking o pick up wins against small sides and slide into a firm top place to be crowned league champions, I can affirm that if A.C. Stonehenge continus to give up these easy games, and especially loses to the top table teams, they're in high danger of risking losing the regional title. They're going to need to shape-up their defensive end real quick, because, A.C. Stonehenge has an incredible chance at not being lackluster and successfully gaining the rise to the top and lifting a title, after a second-place finish, they're looking to rebound, and plus, its only been three years since they were last in the position of becoming national champions - last seasn they never had much of a chance against a once-in-alifetime stellar team that was put together for the Birmingham Boys. Right now, in other games, Saint Derby FC continually approves, a 1-nil victory over lowly Tynedale City, A.C. 317 Roses continues to gun for a chance at the championship as Calix City was unable to dampen their chances, wrecking havoc on Calix 3-1, Navy Club knocked of ANV's surprising run 1-nil. 206 Mitche drew surprisingly with Burnley Rovers SC and A.C. Stonehenge suffered a loss that could've been avoided to Battlebrook United.

League RZN - Matchday 23
    A.C. Stonehenge 2–3 Saint Derby FC
    206 Mitche 2–2 Battlebrook United
    Navy Club 1–0 Burnley Rovers SC
    Calix City FC 0–0 Athletic New Victoria
    Old Birmingham City 0–1 A.C. 317 Roses
    Tynedale City 3–3 Fullham Rangers

A.C. Stonehenge retains their top spot, however much changed from last time around, they now cling-on to the top spot as they suffered an embarrassing loss to Saint Derby FC, there wasn't much to tahke away from this game as A.C. Stonehenge may have tried to purposefully lose this game as starters were mostly rested for this game, we saw a lot of academy players grace the covers for this team this week. Moreso than ever, perhaps A.C. Stonehenge looks to reaffirm themselves later this season as sub-ins for the regulars resulted in both goals coming from A.C. Stonehenge, as if to prove that the regulars will be too much for the teams of League RZN to handle, we could very well be looking on a quick resurgence to capitalize in the final quarter of the season when teams look to capitalize and glorify themselves as the games come to end. A.C. Stonehenge looked rather to be wanting a better-defended team, there was no explosive moves from them during much of the match, settling for low-paced attack and more of a gleaming wishfullness as they played high with the young academy players, testing the future in the game. Saint Derby of course was able to rack up the goals, all in the first half, by the second, the team has settled-in with the subs in for Stonehenge. Stonehenge is down, but unlike the Birmingham Boys, thy certainly are not out - in fact, far from it. The fleeting thought of Saint Derby serves to remind us taht they are a team of nobodies, certainly, they could develop but they're a side that'll be dispersed within a few years, RazenLeague 2 teams will be quick to pick them up for future use or such, its really quite doubtful that any talent or lack therof that is amssing right now si going to be able to maintain their slow rise, in fact, in a way, they're a much smaller, less-fortunate version of Athletic New Victoria. 206 Mitche was forced to settle with a 2-a-piece draw with Battlebrook United, while Navy Club downed Burnley Rovers in typical defensive fashion, Calix City and Athletic New Victoria each had themselves a nil-nil draw. A.C. 317 Roses dispatched in a nice victory, looking to move forward in the rankings whill Fullham saw their chances derailed slightly, coming of a 3-3 draw with Tynedale City.

League RZN - Matchday 24
    Saint Derby FC 5–3 Fullham Rangers
    A.C. 317 Roses 3–3 Tynedale City
    Athletic New Victoria 2–0 Old Birmingham City
    Burnley Rovers SC 1–1 Calix City FC
    Battlebrook United 2–2 Navy Club
    A.C. Stonehenge 3–2 206 Mitche

Battlebrook United has no reason to be in the top-4, they're not even supposed to be competing right now, yet, they've amassed a mighty-good ranking, they've stunned the nation as they compete actively for a Globe Cup berth, they're a team that we earlier thought we wouldn't seen being able to compete,a nd yet -here they are, they're a resilient squad, and they managed to draw a tie with notoriously-stout Navy Club, 2-2 in a nice draw. Right now, Battlebrook United fans will be able to hoist the Eagle patch loud and proud, Perry Asskisserson jerseys are selling thru the roof, perhaps the most-popular jersey in a while, perhaps this is due to his 16 goals himself, he's not an established product to the point of Kevin Kyrell, but given time, he can develop into a world-class striker, he has the talent, he's a masterpiece when in open space, a bumbling piece of raw talent - or more-likely raw meat for any team looking to grab at him and build their team up. There really wasn't much to discuss, Battlebrook will need oto keep up this meteoric rise if they want to get up, right now, we don't think they've got the goods needed to keep supremacy, a nice third-place outlier will be nice, but inevitably, unless they don't make moves to acquire better talent, they'll have to return to the hell they operated in prior to their weird but beautiful summit-run. Fullham Rangers fell in stunning fashion toe Saint Derby FC, 5-4, behind Saint Derby's now apparent wishes to upset other teams, they've been looking quite well, that alone posed as our upset of the week. Not much else, as Tynedale City and the Roses blundered to a 3-a-piece draw, Athletic New Victoria lid waste to the grave that is Old Birmingham City, 2-nil, Burnley Rovers SC drew with Calix City , and A.C. Stonehenge drew with 206 Mitc



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Your daily reminder that A.C. Stonehenge is by far the most-complete team right now, despite their lacdaisical play in the past four games, they're going to go on to thrash other teams in the final quarter of the season, right now, teams should simply be aiming for a future in which they'll win nicely next year, Stonehenge is at the top of their game, 58 goals that can be traced to seven different players serves as a damaging factor for other teams, right now, Stonehenge is destined for a championship unless the fates interefere. Don't let Fullham's points number fool you - Fullham will not usurp Stonehenge, they're not as talented, sure, they have the goal-scoring unitavailable in the form of Kevin Kyrell, but - yes the major but - Stonehenge is the more complete team.

---Razen Football Authority - League RZN   Pld     W    D    L     GF    GA    GD    Pts 
1 A.C. Stonehenge 24 14 4 6 58 37 +21 46
2 Fullham Rangers 24 12 6 6 62 43 +19 42
3 A.C. 317 Roses 24 12 4 8 50 46 +4 40
4 Battlebrook United 24 9 11 4 44 39 +5 38
5 Athletic New Victoria 24 9 9 6 37 29 +8 36
6 206 Mitche 24 7 11 6 36 35 +1 32
7 Old Birmingham City 24 10 2 12 38 39 −1 32
8 Navy Club 24 9 5 10 27 33 −6 32
9 Saint Derby FC 24 8 7 9 44 48 −4 31
10 Tynedale City 24 5 8 11 24 41 −17 23
11 Calix City FC 24 5 7 12 27 34 −7 22
12 Burnley Rovers SC 24 5 4 15 18 41 −23 19



    Golden Boot: Image Kevin Kyrell - 26 (Fullham Rangers)


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Reading Athletic is in the top spot with five matches left to go on the RazenLeague 3 calender, so we're already sure to know that most-likely Burnely Rovers SC will suffer automatic-relegation unless FC Manitoba mounts a mighty campaign to stop their rise and successfully allows for Burnely to breath easy for another year. Burnley's suffered thru a lot on expense of this season, so right now, we're hoping for a surprise from challengers. Included, Peachtree F.C. quietly making a challenge, just a spot away from a relegation-promotion play-off.

---RazenLeague - RazenLeague 2    Pld      W     D     L      GF     GA     GD     Pts 
RazenLeague - RazenLeague 2 Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 Reading Athletic 25 11 9 5 45 33 +12 42
2 FC Manitoba 25 12 5 8 45 40 +5 41
3 Peachtree FC 25 10 8 7 38 28 +10 38
4 Everbran A.C. 25 10 7 8 42 35 +7 37
5 Old York FC 25 10 6 9 50 48 +2 36
6 Applegate City 25 9 7 9 40 42 −2 34
7 Brookhaven FC 25 8 9 8 23 29 −6 33
8 Klydetown FC 25 6 10 9 16 21 −5 28
9 Welshton Rovers 25 6 7 12 34 42 −8 25
10 Capital City Club 25 7 4 14 42 57 −15 25


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...
Eh.
Edgy.
Raidsboro ftw?

[u]---   RazenLeague - RazenLeague 3     Pld     W    D    L     GF    GA    GD    Pts 
1 Blue Coast 381 25 18 4 3 35 10 +25 58
2 Petersburg City 25 15 7 3 41 15 +26 52
3 A.C. Perrington 25 12 6 7 36 29 +7 42
4 Raidsboro United F.C. 25 9 9 7 36 33 +3 36
5 Kebrai City 25 10 5 10 43 42 +1 35
6 Eagleton Landing 25 10 5 10 21 24 −3 35
7 Athletic Manchester 25 8 6 11 37 41 −4 30
8 Calix Fire S.C. 25 4 10 11 25 38 −13 22
9 Ten Mountains Mountaineers 25 4 5 16 10 31 −21 17
10 F.C. Aretha Park 25 3 7 15 29 50 −21 16







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The Cup of the Raza, known officially as All-Razenthuria National Football Invitational, is an annual knockout football competition in intersex domestic Razen football. First played during the R-402 season, it is the oldest association football competition in Razenthuria and one of the most storied It is organized by the Razen Football Authority, Razenthruia'a highest governing body of association football.
      *Upsets in bold
    Raidsboro United F.C. (RL3) 2–6 A.C. 317 Roses (RZN)
    Saint Derby FC (RZN) 2–0 Battlebrook United (RZN)
    Old Birmingham City (RZN) 1–3 [b]Everbran A.C. (RL2)
    A.C. Stonehenge (RZN) 5–2 Athletic New Victoria (RZN)

A real treat, we sae Raidsboro finally fall, and it wasn't pretty - the Roses utterly demolished them, 6-2, however, their Cinderella story was long past due as the Roses lay waste to whatever that had going for them, Raidsboro now looks to contend for the RazenLeague 3 crown after crashing out in the anticlimatic semifinals, now as we head into the semis, we're going to see a creative bunch of teams let their presence be felt as Saint Derby FC took out Battlebrook United surprisingly in a 2-nil fashion, Everbran A.C., the unknown side in the RazenLeague 2 surprised Old Birmingham City, beating them 3-1 and A.C. Stonehenge sealed the deal into the semifinals, coming off a high-scoring fest, in a 5-2 victory.
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Razen Sports Daily / SN Magazine - Fullham Rangers and Kyrel

Postby Razenthuria » Thu Apr 12, 2018 2:45 pm

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With or without Kevin Kyrell, Fullham Rangers looks like a League RZN powerhouse


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Christcastle supporters who made the journey to nearby New Victoria to support the Swans at The Jewel. (Gaston North/Razen Sports Daily)


FULLHAM - There's no doubt that technically Old Birmingham City holds the corwn as the best team in League RZN - coming off its dream season last year, en route to a foregone conclusion of a championship for the team, the first of what had once been deemed to be the start of an era. That said, the Birmingham Boys have collapsed this season, after a bold start to their season, they have ran out, falling to seventh place and only winning three more games since their 7-0-1 start to the League RZN campaign, now, it appears that two teams have arisen in hopes of lifting the League RZN title - split between A.C. Stonehenge to the far north and the Fullham Rangers, situated in the midpoint of Fullham - a city of multi-purpose resourcefulness, and the only team aside from Athletic New Victoria to hoist four league titles in League RZN - in the early years of the league, a constant second-place finisher that impeded on the dominance of Athletic New Victoria. The team has come together under the banner of the Rangers - and with a rising star in the Kevin Kyrell, who's nearing twenty-seven years in age, they have a bona fide national team starter and they have the future that's built central around a mixture of sporting and firepower that will continue to be a dominant aspect to Fullham. Peter Fermen has risen as a star manager, that's not to say he was previously a bad coach - last season's third-place finish and the previous fifth-place finish in R-412, he was brought in to manage the team after Xavier Williams retired as a manager, and Fermen is a worthy alternative. Fullham really has a chance to become a true star team - they are a talented bunch, and given the stumbles we've seen out of A.C. Stonehenge, they're a true, battle-tested squad that can become a champion and provide Fullham with a championship three years after the last.


Peter Fermen's men thoroughly dismantled the defending champions in Old Birmingham City with four different players scoring goals in a comprehensive 4-1 victory that eventually moved Fullham into a coveted second spot by the end of the third quarter of League RZN , sitting them just a win-and-a-tie below league leaders, A.C. Stonehenge. Their star, Kevin Kyrell, who's been displaced with injuries over the past few games wasn't a factor much during this game, he came in in the 57th minute and largely increased the Ranger's passing percentage. The Fullham Rangers striker and Razen international suffered an apparent arm injury in training ahead of Matchday 20, according to multiple reports out of Fullham. Kyrell suffered the injury after colliding with a teammate toward the end of that day'ss training session, a team spokesman confirmed to SN Magazine. Kyrell has been a mainstay for this team, emerging as a true goal-scoring talent and moving forth to assure the team that a high-octane goal-scorer was within reach, ahead of next season, in which many Banijan and Cosumarite players are expected to brace the league, there is a hope that Kyrell can be kept, he could very well be in danger of leaving the team after this season if he continues with his goal-scoring antics, international teams are no doubt paying attention to how he's performed. While he is injury prone, he's sustained four major injuries in his three seasons here, he's been sensational, a key supporting piece to last season's third-place run, he's established himself this year as a premier striker, of international caliber - he may not have been the best player to come from the academy, but Fullham was willing to pay Calix City FC for N$1.7 million - and his production has increased every time being here - 9 goals his first season, last season, he accounted for 14 - now, he's already racked up 16, he's on pace for netting 25 goals by the end of the season!

Matchday 22's win was spearheaded once again by the attacking duo of Berri Charles and Chris Goddard who have thrived together in Kyrell's absence - in the fames after, a lost and a tie, the combined for an ungodsly number of six goals, a 5-3 loss and a 3-3 draw. They, along with back-up forward Marc Washington, overwhelmed Tynedale City's defense with sharp passing and well-timed runs, displaying a chemistry made all the more impressive by the fact Charles, Goddard and by extension, Washington all joined Fullham this past season. While, of course - this was in fact a worn-down Old Birmingam City squad, who is by far one of the worst teams in League RZN in recent weeks, this game was a telling point for the Fullham Rangers, who have seen increasedly-slow goal-scoring productions in the times in which we would not see Kyrell start on the pitch. The game saw many well-timed runs, it saw the three leading the game well - mistakes were extremely limited for the team, and of course, there's the concerns that Edward Sam-Jones is not the answer at goalie. He managed a decent game behind the pipes, he was able to quietly only concede one goal - granted a ridiculous penalty was called by an equally-ridiculous referee in Patrik Martin, more-known for his advertisements for GreenGrass Lawn Co., in which he makes N$250,000.99 for mowing a patch of artificial grass on their comercials - Martin's disputed penalty lead to a small riot in the visitors section, as the Rangers fans threw malt bottles and anything that had the power to induce pain down on the ref, who was forced to leave the match temporarily as the police had to come in to settle the fans. Now, that's not to matter, as the Rangers went on to thrash Old Birmingham - this is a rather odd pairing, at the front, and with Kyrell settled to return by Matchday 28, how the team will be refashioned by Fermen is going to be interesting, shifting the formation might be the key to retaining Washington, who at 19 seems to be an interesting talent.

"We know how important Kevin is, but at the same time we've played several games without him and we've earned some big results, and the players who have stepped in have shown a good level," Charles said. "Obviously, having Kevin back means a lot, but I think we're seeing with the new players who have played that they're very good.", with Kyrell still facing pains, it was decided that despite his late-game appearance he will need until Matchday 28 to heal-up and prepare to enter back into the game, now, despite that - Charles went on to say, ""I think there is a roster that is very complete, that will make it very tough for the coach to select an 11." - and this is true, the Fullham Rangers, despite their less-than-successful start to the season have gotten into a common edge, and they're built for long-time success, Evan Fillmore is their oldest player at thirty-two, and we could see him out by the end of the season, he hasn't been exactly...productive much on the season, and given the production that has stemmed from scoring goals at the front, there isn't much concern as to touching much on the team. Matchday 23 was a perfect showcase for the Rangers, a goal-a-piece for the front line, and a strike from distance for Samantha Aev, she herself also notched an assist as the Rangers went on to terrorize the Birmingham Boys, and in such, she has a rising chance for herself. Now, the team will look to compete for the final quarter of the season, hopefully, the Rangers can keep the team together, they're rather young, and all for low money, Kevin Kyrell, their superstar was signed for N$3.1 million over the past three seasons, now given, if they intent to keep him, they'll pay a hefty price (initial UICA projections have a price tag of a minimum of N$4.2 million a season), and keeping the rest of the squad would be rather costly.

Its tough to think up what the Fullham Rangers will be faced to do next season, they have N$24.5 million to spend at the end of the season, and Kevin Kyrell, Chris Goddard, Alan Hellsgate and Samantha Aev are all up for contract - granted many of those players will be resigned for the lowest-available contracts, but Kevin Kyrell and Chris Goddard both demand hefty contracts - it could cost up to N$18 million to retain Kyrell for another three seasons and up to N$8 million to keep Goddard around a key supporting piece. Of course, the Fullham Rangers Academy is flooded with talent, a U19 player could come forth - Wilt Fromshore has emerged as a good talent that could become a replacement piece for Goddard if Goddard decides to leave - there are many teams who could turn Goddard into a supporting piece or prize him into being a star, Navy Club needs a rejuvenation, and with no clear "star" on their side, Goddard seems to be the most clear piece to add to the mix, given they run a very-defensive style of play, he shift to a small amount of goals - he himself has hoisted 9 goals thus far in the season, expected to finish with 15 - which would be his biggest haul ever. But the question remains for two thing - if Goddard remains, Kyrell will no doubt have to be cut, they don't have enough money to retain both players, but, Kyrell is the more-developed player. And, foreign teams in Cosumar have teased paying a hefty transfer fee - at least N$18 million which would leave the team with N$34 million to go bring talent into Fullham.
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RazenLeague / R-414 / Part 4 (Season Finale, Awards)

Postby Razenthuria » Mon Apr 16, 2018 3:50 pm

League RZN - Matchday 25
    206 Mitche 2–4 Saint Derby FC
    Navy Club 2–3 A.C. Stonehenge
    Calix City FC 0–0 Battlebrook United
    Old Birmingham City 0–1 Burnley Rovers SC
    Tynedale City 1–1 Athletic New Victoria
    Fullham Rangers 3–4 A.C. 317 Roses

The melee fight for a Globe Cup berth has begun, as the Roses behind their supporter group, Thorns Ultras travelled to Fullham, and got the win - with a tough, emotional 4-3 victory over a well-rounded Fullham Rangers side lead by Kevin Kyrell. Kyrell, who was announced for the national team - two days ago had a dazzling day, putting up a brace and assisted by the likes of Derek Dutta and Dennis Crabblton who himself was able to score a goal and contribute with an assist to Kyrell. However, the Roses proved to be a better team - with four foreigners on the team, all Nepharans, acquired as free transfers last season, Charmin Oakwood of Nephara was able to score a goal, from far out - at midfield as it flew over Lord Pullman's head, followed in the thirty-sixth minute by Fredham, who himself headed in a goal in the box, putting the Roses up 2-nil. Of course, Stonehenge would respond, but as the game wore out, it was obvious the damage had been done, the team was out of the game by the 70th minute, as the Roses rose to a fourth goal, as the Nepharan, Shawcroft put the ball away, easily netting it in a hard ground kick, that Pullman was unable to put his hand on. It was real sloppy play from much of the game, the Razen side in the Roses were not a very defensive team during this season, hell, they've given up nearly as many goals as they've scored - defense has ben an issue for interim manager William Paulson, and the Roses willnow have to turn to hiring a permanent manager, which they've been rumored to be in talks with Baijan teams concerning fetching a new team manager. Of course, that's not all we saw on display, the melee continued as Saint Derby FC continues to crawl themselves out of the relegation spot - perhaps in a showcase of strength, or maybe simply annoyance with the current status of their ranking, they easily ran over 206 Mitche - taking a 4-2 victory, A.C. Stonehenge won out in a good fashion, 3-2 over Navy Club - a strange game, especially concerning the Midshipmen who had an offensive-tailored game, which sadly for them was unable to overtake the leading team. Calix and Battlebrook grounded out to a quiet tie, nil-nil a-piece, its sure to say Dominic Saint-Xevaux isn't returning to manage Calix next season, he was deplorable as a manager this season. Burnely Rovers SC, the worst team managed a win over the Birmingham Boys, relying on a 1-nil victory, in stunning fashion, and Tynedale and ANV both shared a goal a piece as the Purple Swans had a defensive game, gaining points but not the amount they wanted.

League RZN - Matchday 26
    Saint Derby FC 1–2 A.C. 317 Roses
    Athletic New Victoria 2–2 Fullham Rangers
    Burnley Rovers SC 1–0 Tynedale City
    Battlebrook United 4–3 Old Birmingham City
    A.C. Stonehenge 2–1 Calix City FC
    206 Mitche 2–0 Navy Club

Speaking to his team before the match, Birmingham Union, the seventy-three manager of Battlebrook United, exactly nobody's pick to possibly win a Globe Cup berth, Union tells his team, "This is anyone's game, and we're nobodies! They said we wouldn't even come close to us, they've discounted anything we've done previously - but now, look at us! We're on the cusp of a Globe Cup berth, our first my friends - we've been discounted, but we're not out. We're playing a team that blew us out 8-1 last season, and this time, we're going to go in there and shut them down!" And, shut them down they did - Battlebrook United was able to shut down the Birmingham Boys with a 4-3 victory, that was easily sloppy play from Battlebrook, suffering thru three penalties that assisted Old Birmingham City to all their points they scored during the game, but - it was a horrendous game for the Birmingham Boys who have already resigned themselves to a middle-of-the-pack finish - they were utterly destroyed under the Battlebrook side, Perry Asskisserson was a true star for Battlebrook, and the White Hawks were on their way to a victory by the 61st minute, taking a decisive lead, they wouldn't look back, going up 3-1 then - it would also assist a few minutes later, in the 68th minute when Battlebrook scored another, with Butts contributing another goal - simply ending the quest that had been undertaken by the Birmingham Boys. And, the Birmingham Boys have had a terrible season, and now, at this point, the season should consider blowing it all up, at this point, their teetering periliously towards the road of relegation, and continued playing like this would see the team to be relegated, there's not much of a point of keeping this aging line-up together, which has continually disappointed. There's not much to do to save this team, Ike Xavier is an excellent manager - hell, he won three titles with the Fullham Rangers before arriving in Old Birmingham, but, he's not the manager that'll answer the team's issues, expect him to be shipped out by the end of the season as they try to find a new identity and reinvent the team. The Roses rose over Saint Derby, taking a 2-1 victory over the Derby side, Shawcroft proved he's the best foreigner on feature, notching his fourteenth goal in the game, while the Purple Swans battled to a great draw with the Fullham Rangers - Yellis Eugene outclassed the rest of the players during the game, what a monstrosity we saw on display. Burnley put together a second game won, with a 1-nil victory over Tynedale City, at this point, they possibly could be getting out of this season without relegation. A.C. Stonehenge with another win, defeating Calix with a 2-1 victory, and 206 Mitche rounded at the matchday, beating Navy Club at home, with a convincing 2-nil victory.

League RZN - Matchday 27
    Navy Club 2–5 Saint Derby FC
    Calix City FC 3–3 206 Mitche
    Old Birmingham City 0–1 A.C. Stonehenge
    Tynedale City 0–0 Battlebrook United
    Fullham Rangers 1–1 Burnley Rovers SC
    A.C. 317 Roses 0–1 Athletic New Victoria

Gerry Hikvon went absolutely mental in Saint Derby's complete thrashing of Navy Club, behind his four goal performance, Hikvon proved to the nation that he was worthy of his surprise selection for the Razenthuria national team, he's one of the best players Saint Derby's ever had, and due to him, its quite possible he saved Gordon Heyward from sure firing as the manager of the Saints, it was a great game for them - they took apart the Midshipmen, with crisp passing, quick runs and well-timed things that are not related to goal-scoring. Hikvon has scored nine goals on the season, and four of them come today, and he's going to go down in history as Saint Derby's best-ever player, despite the fact their kits are complexly ugly and in-motivating. It was a good sign for the Saint Derby team who's clawed themselves up from twelfth place to a mid-table ranking as of today, and it was great play from Hikvon that has lead to the performance that has inspired the Saints to where they are now. Gordon should be shining Hikvon's shoes, for man who was booed off the pitch midway thru the season at the Bagelback, now, the supporters wave signs in support of Hikvon and even Hayward, who've both done well in attributing to the surprising rise of the formerly worst team in League RZN. Saint Derby was obvsiusly entering the game infatuated with the ida of somehow crawling their way into the top-four teams, which we all know will never happen, but the seemingly strong pushes and newfound urgency that we've seen displayed from team could highlight their will to do anything to quietly - or silently climb into the coveted fourth spot. That would indeed result in a battle with the Purple awns, another surprise team which find themselves in fourth place, on the outside-looking-in towards Battlebrook United - but its obvious, whoever gets in - two surprise teams are going to be heartbroken by season's end, and we're sure Saint Derby is going to be one of them. Calix City simply can't revive their season - a 3-3 draw with 206 Mitche did little to improve the situation or the side, A.C. Stonehenge managed a quiet win over Old Birmingham City - a 1-nil win with a few goals attributed to Efrom Heartland. Tynedale and Battlebrook both settled for a tie - the White Hawks need to be careful with all theses ties they're accumulating, of course, the Rangers and Burnley both settled for a tie, included. Athletic New Victoria dispatched the Roses on the road as renovations begin on Paula-upon-Buyer Stadium for the Roses, opting to increase tits size to 45,000 in time for next season.

League RZN - Matchday 28
    Saint Derby FC 2–3 Athletic New Victoria
    Burnley Rovers SC 1–2 A.C. 317 Roses
    Battlebrook United 2–1 Fullham Rangers
    A.C. Stonehenge 1–0 Tynedale City
    206 Mitche 1–0 Old Birmingham City
    Navy Club 0–4 Calix City FC

Calix City absolutely drowned anything they had going for themselves, and it was an embarrassing story from the side of Navy, who was forced to fall to...Calix? Of all teams, Davis Crabbleton -yes, Dennis's brother scored a brace of goals, Marge Creefai scored a goal and Donald Eardhend became only the fourth goalie in history to score a goal - brought into the box in injury time, he put the header down for Calix - if only they could've played like this during the rest of the season, we would've seen a much-different side in this game - and it was a painful one for Navy Club who's suffered thru a season thay ahs felt much depreciated, they had a lot going for them and they've simply blown it, this play we've seen out of the Midshipmen has been enough to leave us saddened, they were such an exciting team early on and we had picked them to be much better than they finished out going, shoeing that things can change quickly for any side. The Navy Club side at this point must cut ties with Ethan Parsely - he's much better as a commander in war than he is as a manager, and while you can bring in all the top assistants you want - as shown by the Razen Navy's spending spree to bring in assistants at the beginning of the season, they're not going to be the factor that wins them the games. At the end of the day - parting ways with palyers will be the answer - and remaining an all-Razen team may have worked well nine seasons ago, its not going to work now. The government, particularly the Ministry of Sport who manages this team is going to have to make some important decisions this offseason, namingly finding a new coach who can head the noble task of actually peforming to or above expectations and not continually diving below what has been expected out of the club. And new players will need to find their way onto the club, we'll hope to see a new focus for the next season - Pierce Preston will no doubt have to be the first player to depart -he's been an abomination for the team, and despite all the hype he had surrounding him entering the season, he can't be the face of the team - his banners at Armed Forces Stadium need to be taken down. And those who bought his jerseys need to be burned at stake. Athletic New Victoria is back to winning ways, with a narrow 3-2 victory over Saint Derby, Hikvon was nonfactor for Saint Derby during this game, and that can't happen at World Cup 80 qualification, no doubt. The Roses got a key win over the Burnley Rovers, at this point very win counts for the Roses, who are trying to get a Globe Cup berth, I think they've given up on attempting to win the title, they're more concerned with the Globe Cup at this point. Battlebrook dispatched the Fullham Rangers - who fell into fourth place, Kyrell's last minute heroics weren't enough for the Rangers, while Stonehenge got 'er done, with a 1-nil win over Tynedale City. 206 Mitche dispatched Old Birmingham City, with a 1-nil victory, the warning bells are ringing for the Birmingham Boys.

League RZN - Matchday 29
    Calix City FC 1–3 Saint Derby FC
    Old Birmingham City 0–1 Navy Club
    Tynedale City 6–2 206 Mitche
    Fullham Rangers 3–4 A.C. Stonehenge
    A.C. 317 Roses 1–1 Battlebrook United
    Athletic New Victoria 0–0 Burnley Rovers SC

A.C. Stonehenge have officially clinched the title with three games remaining - reaching the magic number of sixty-one points on the season with three games to go, this will be Stonehenge's second title within three years and officially anoints manager Adam Jeffrey with his second title as manager, now officially confirming they'll be playing in next year's RFA SuperCup - this has officially eliminated them automatically from Cup of the Raza play, meaning that Athletic New Victoria is back in it. For those who were hoping we'd see a tough match - you got one, as Fullham and Stonehenge gutted it out on the pitch - however, that's not the talking point of the season right now, as the Fullham Rangers, on account for their fall from second place to a quieter, less steam-roll-y fifth place, Peter Fermen's side is depressed, and this is an underserved side, anything less than a fourth-place finish will be considered a disaster for Fermen and Co., and while the management of billionaire Olugsan Ekesakada wouldn't dare sack him from leading the club, he is in danger of seeing his presidency of the club being stripped away, Fermen's been a great manager - he took over two season a ago - he's produced a seventh and last-season's third-place finish and now, he dwindles at a failed campaign. This would be a step back in the wrong direction, Fermen's going to need to get his shit together, right now, they're not aiming for a top-2 finish which many had predicted early on, but simply, right now the goal is to move their asses up into a Globe Cup berth. I'm sure Ferman is looking forward to the eventual league expansion to twenty teams, which will introduce a new system of qualification into the Globe Cup berths which have been heavily promoted by him. Right now, the team is hoping that they can manage a fourth place finish, there's hope that Ferman can right the flailing ship, but burnout is setting in for the side. Saint Derby clawed themselves back from oblivion en route to a 3-1 victory over Calix, while Navy Club resounded to normal fashion, with a 1-nil victory over a falling Old Birmingham City squad. Tyynedale City upset - and really upset - like seriously, they destroyed 206 Mitche, 6-2 in a surprising game, the Purple Swans settled for a tie with Burnely Rovers and the Roses and Battlebrook also got a tie. Fun Fact - if the Roses had won, they'd still be in the race for the title - alas, they won't be!

League RZN - Matchday 30
    Saint Derby FC 1–0 Tynedale City
    Old Birmingham City 1–4 Fullham Rangers
    Calix City FC 1–3 A.C. 317 Roses
    Navy Club 1–0 Athletic New Victoria
    206 Mitche 1–1 Burnley Rovers SC
    A.C. Stonehenge 1–2 Battlebrook United

[strike]There's not much to talk about except Fullham's demolition of Old Birmingham City 4-1[/strike[
4-1.
Never forget.
Please.

League RZN - Matchday 31
    Old Birmingham City 1–3 Saint Derby FC
    Tynedale City 0–1 Calix City FC
    Fullham Rangers 2–1 Navy Club
    A.C. 317 Roses 4–2 206 Mitche
    Athletic New Victoria 0–0 A.C. Stonehenge
    Burnley Rovers SC 2–2 Battlebrook United

Two games to go in the season, as Athletic New Victoria doesn't look the part, and the frustration shows on their faces as we can now confirm the Purple Swans will not, that's right folks - they will not be performing in the Globe Cup as they suffered an unfortunate draw, which will prevent them from getting the fourth seed - as usual, it was down to the final two days as the top-five teams jostle for spots, especially the fourth-and-fifth teams, right onw, ANV needs to be celebrating the fact they essentially did the impossible - picked to be relegated, they've somehow avoided the gulf of relegation, and now, instead are poised to make a good run - they're going to make some big changes this offseasn, Cox-Jean will be being transferred to Navy Club, apparently, a N$700,400 transfer fee sees him headed to the shipyard to play ball now. ANV will need to focus next season on rebuilding their side - they're going to have to make large changes to the front and the midfield if they want to strive further than what they achieved this year. And now, look at this - they're back in the Cup of the Raza, sooo - it can't be that for the side as they aim to make it into the finals and play in the Momoa. ANV will be having a rivalry next season as Christcastle is getting a team for their city, only five miles apart, t he two cities will have an extensive derby-filled time as part of the aptly-named Diamond Derby - the two cities are homes to the largest mines in Razenthuria. The side is now looking forward to next seaons, after an incredibly stifling season we saw from them, right now, the game we've seen from ANV has given ise to the idea that the Purple Swans will be more improved next season. Victor Kingsley is assured to remain as manager, possibly winning manager of the year after an inspiring performance from ANV this season, especially considering how they started off this season, we'll be sure to discuss with him, considering their stunning rise of a season. Its going to be harsh on fans having to wait for another season for a chance at lifting the trophy, it'll be a happy sort of offseason, right?
No.
But aside from that, Saint Derby with a convincing win - Calix City over Tynedale with a 1-nil victory - it'll be good for Calix City, who's trying to get out of a hole right now; Fullham is assured a spot in the Globe Cup, it'll be better - 2-1 is the assured victory that has made them a Globe Cup berth. The Roses downed 206 Mitche - 4-2, and the DOulbe-B Derby ended in a 2-2 draw.

League RZN - Matchday 32
    Saint Derby FC 5–3 Fullham Rangers
    A.C. 317 Roses 3–3 Tynedale City
    Athletic New Victoria 2–0 Old Birmingham City
    Burnley Rovers SC 1–1 Calix City FC
    Battlebrook United 2–2 Navy Club
    A.C. Stonehenge 3–2 206 Mitche

Fans rush onto the pitch, throwing confetti and tacking players in a maxed-out Freeman Turf, home field of A.C. Stonehenge as thirty-two thousand plus people attempt to stampede the fields - Stonehenge charges back into the game - A.C. Stonehenge are our R-414 League RZN champions! Their second championship in three years, Adam Jeffrey is a glorious man who's going to go down in history as Stonehenge's best-ever manager, right now - the team should be celebrating their victory right now, champagne si all over the locker room and Freeman Turf will now have another championship banner come next season. Roaring back in the sixthieth minute, the equalized the game on a cross from Efrom Heartland who sealed the deal with a pass to Chris Temples, who buried it in the back of the net, giving them the draw at minimum. Chris Temples put the game way in the 87th minute, a quick pass to the left flank, he goes down. Setting up a free kick, Temples takes it from thirty-two yards out - burying it over the outstretched arms of Grier - and absolute pandemonium struck, the stadium erupts as the game comes.
And well.
Well done, Stonehenge.



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---Razen Football Authority - League RZN   Pld     W    D    L     GF    GA    GD    Pts 
1 A.C. Stonehenge 32 20 6 6 72 45 +27 66 Champions, CC, CedC
2 A.C. 317 Roses 32 16 7 9 64 56 +8 55 GC, CedC
3 Battlebrook United 32 13 15 4 59 47 +12 54 GC
4 Fullham Rangers 32 14 9 9 78 60 +18 51 GC
5 Athletic New Victoria 32 11 14 7 47 41 +6 47
6 Saint Derby FC 32 12 8 12 63 61 +2 44
7 206 Mitche 32 9 13 10 52 57 −5 40
8 Navy Club 32 10 6 16 34 52 −18 36
9 Calix City FC 32 8 10 14 41 43 −2 34
10 Tynedale City 32 8 10 14 35 48 −13 34
11 Old Birmingham City 32 10 2 20 42 54 −12 32 Playoff
12 Burnley Rovers SC 32 7 8 17 26 49 −23 29 Relegated

League RZN Season. 15 Champions - A.C. Stonehenge

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    Golden Boot: Image Kevin Kyrell - 34 (Fullham Rangers)
    Silver Boot: Image Yellis Eugene - 25 (Athletic New Victoria)
    Player of the Year: Image Kevin Kyrell (Fullham Rangers)
    Foreigner of the Year: Image S. Shawcroft (A.C. 317 Roses)
    Manager of the Year - Image Victor Kingsley (Athletic New Victoria)





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The Cup of the Raza, known officially as All-Razenthuria National Football Invitational, is an annual knockout football competition in intersex domestic Razen football. First played during the R-402 season, it is the oldest association football competition in Razenthuria and one of the most storied It is organized by the Razen Football Authority, Razenthruia'a highest governing body of association football.

A.C. 317 Roses (RZN) 4–2 Saint Derby FC (RZN)
@The Jewel, New Victoria, Victoria Province

The Roses get the win in a climatic 4-2 victory, Shawcroft proves to be one of the prepare players, scoring a hat-trick en route to a victory.

Everbran A.C. (RL2) 1–4 Athletic New Victoria (RZN)
@Memorial Stadium, Edmond, Everbran Province

Yellis Eugene demolishes Everbran A.C., contributing a brace as Athletic New Victoria moves on tot he Cup of the Raza - with a chance to win the tiele for the first time since R-408.
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RazenLeague / R-414 / Part 5 (Lower Leagues, CotR, Pro/Reg)

Postby Razenthuria » Sun Apr 22, 2018 3:09 pm

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F.C. Manitoba came through with an enthusiastic victory for the final five games as the go thru, lifting the trophy for the first time - unfortunately for them, they will not be playing in League RZN next season due to their play, this will be a disappointing offseason for Manitoba, given how well they had done this season, perhaps we'll be seing them around in a few seasons; with a new set-up, the league - being League RZN will supposedly feature sixteen teams rather than twelve beginning next season. However, Manitoba was to be the team in question, who are they, what are they like? Peachtree FC, last season's second place team came in *gasp* second again, given the requirements of the league, for promotion, you are required to have finished in the top three spots two consecutive times in a row, which means, Peachtree will get automatic promotion into the top tier, replacing Burnely Rovers SC for season 16, meanwhile, the unexcitingly-named Reading Athletic will be confined into a promotion play-off with Old Birmingham City, who themselves are fighting to remain in the top divison after a stunning fall from grace.

---RazenLeague - RazenLeague 2    Pld      W     D     L      GF     GA     GD     Pts 
1 FC Manitoba 30 16 5 9 57 51 +6 53---Champions, SBCC
2 Peachtree FC 30 14 9 7 51 33 +18 51 ---Promoted
3 Reading Athletic 30 13 11 6 59 43 +16 50 ---Playoff
4 Everbran A.C. 30 12 7 11 50 45 +5 43
5 Brookhaven FC 30 11 9 10 28 36 −8 42
6 Old York FC 30 11 8 11 57 54 +3 41
7 Applegate City 30 10 9 11 47 50 −3 39
8 Capital City Club 30 10 4 16 54 69 −15 34
9 Welshton Rovers 30 7 8 15 41 51 −10 29---Relegated
10 Klydetown FC 30 6 10 14 18 30 −12 28---Relegated


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Blue Coast 981 and Petersburg City were both head and shoulders above everyone else, despite a late-season surge from Raidsboro United F.C., who also had a surprisingly-long run in the Cup of the Raza befor being downed in the quarterfinals, however, they'll be back to were they came from next season, as the separation between RazenLeague 2 and 3 begins to show. Blue Coast at best will finish in 8th place, however, they're going to be gone, no doubt; they will not be able to keep pace with a highly-offensive, fast-paced second league, Petersburg City will fear better, known for their highly-defensive policy, they might be able to keep pace with the second league, only because they score a lot of goals - but, their midfield is atrocious and could be their downfall for the season. Right now, the teams should focus on just skirting pass relegation, and with some large changes soon to be announced by both League RZN and the RFA, we'll be interested as there have been some suggestions that expanding the lower-leagues will be done.

---RazenLeague - RazenLeague 3     Pld     W    D    L     GF    GA    GD    Pts 
1 Blue Coast 381 30 21 6 3 39 11 +28 69---Champions, Promoted
2 Petersburg City 30 17 8 5 43 17 +26 59---Promoted
3 A.C. Perrington 30 15 7 8 41 32 +9 52
4 Raidsboro United F.C. 30 12 10 8 43 36 +7 46
5 Kebrai City 30 12 6 12 53 53 0 42
6 Eagleton Landing 30 12 6 12 25 28 −3 42
7 Athletic Manchester 30 9 6 15 44 52 −8 33
8 Calix Fire S.C. 30 7 11 12 33 44 −11 32
9 Ten Mountains Mountaineers 30 5 6 19 11 34 −23 21
10 F.C. Aretha Park 30 3 8 19 32 57 −25 17


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The Cup of the Raza, known officially as All-Razenthuria National Football Invitational, is an annual knockout football competition in intersex domestic Razen football. First played during the R-402 season, it is the oldest association football competition in Razenthuria and one of the most storied It is organized by the Razen Football Authority, Razenthruia'a highest governing body of association football.

Cup of the Raza
Athletic New Victoria 3–2 A.C. 317 Roses
    C. Oakwood 19', V. Kirkman 24', S. Shawcroft P-44', T. Cox-Jean 57', T. Cox-Jean 90+2',
    @ Paula-upon-Buyer Stadium (34 500), Port Perrington


And we've reached the end of a busy season as the Cup of the Raza wrapped up in one helluva' finale, as the Purple Swans travelled to Port Perrington to take on A.C. 317 Roses, who themselves finished second in the league this season and also were able to qualify for a slew of UICA tournament; the Roses were to play an intense match, characterize by high-pressing from the beginning, taking an early lead of Oakwood's header in the 19th minute, which sent Port Perrington into a frenzy, a haze of burgundy hung over the stadium for four minutes after. However, it was all settled in the 24th minute, Vance Kirkman came streaking across for the Purple Swans, on a corner kick set-up by Yellis Eugene, the ball hurled towards the post, with a solid ehader from Kirkman, giving the Purple Swans the equalizing goal as the game enter the 25th minute. Soon after, the game settled into a dire motion, as Yellis Eugene would be downed with an injury in the forty-second minute, as he was taken off the game in a stretcher - currently, he is also penciled in to play in WC80 qualification for Razenthuria, we hope his injury won't be a downfall for the national team - he was certainly a large factor during domestic play. However, Shawcroft of Nephara scored off a penalty, a tackle by Kingsley in an attempt to stop Cox-Jean from shooting on target lead to the penalty, which was converted as the Roses took a 2-1 lead at the half. However, Cox-Jean responded well in the rest of the game, in the 57th minute, he headed into a 1v2 situation, able to curl it into the left corner for the Purple Swans, giving them a stunning tie for the game, the game was uncharacteristically a show of offensive firepower from ANV as the game continued. in the 90+2 minute, Cox-Jean also once again got himself a brace, as he was able to score against an unmotivated Roses side who had mainly fielded their B-Team, as the Roses look to concentrate on UICA play.

Cup of the Raza Cycle 12 Champions - Athletic New Victoria

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Promotion Play-off

Old Birmingham City (RZN) 5–2 Reading Athletic (RL2)
@Torchwood Park, Old Birmingham, Xuala Province

And, it looks like Old Birmingham City will be remaining around for anotehr seaon as they lay waste to those who think that the RazenLeague 2 is slowly-improving, as Reading Athletic was shell-shackled by a full-charged Birmingham Boys A-team; that doesn't change the fact that most of the team is going to be gone next season, as they look to move on from managers and bring in some foreign talent to shore-up the team. Birmingham's going to make a lot of noise this offseason, looking make changes to the side.
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RazenLeague / R-414 / Synopsis

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Razenthuria (RZN) Qualifiers:


Champions Cup: A.C. Stonehenge
Globe Cup: A.C. 317 Roses, Battlebrook United, Fullham Rangers
SBCC: FC Manitoba
CdC: A.C. Stonehenge, A.C. 317 Roses
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Starliga / R-414 / Season 1

Postby Razenthuria » Sun Apr 22, 2018 3:24 pm

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---Razen Lacrosse Federation - Starliga   Pld     W    D    L     GF    GA    GD    Win % 
1 Shallowford Hyenas 32 19 5 8 369 284 +85 0.704---Playoffs, CC
2 Burnley Bandits 32 18 4 10 349 284 +65 0.643 ---Playoffs, UC
3 Port Perrington Sailors 32 18 2 12 348 310 +38 0.600---Playoffs, UC
4 Cumberland Kats 32 16 4 12 336 307 +29 0.571---Playoffs, UC
5 Green Torch Farmshore 32 16 4 12 328 303 +25 0.571---Playoffs
6 Mallox CRR 32 17 2 13 330 309 +21 0.567---Playoffs
7 New Victoria Thunder 32 15 2 15 348 332 +16 0.500
8 Old Birmingham Stars 32 15 4 13 309 297 +12 0.536
9 New Victoria Reign 32 13 3 16 317 319 −2 0.448
10 Fullham Renegades 32 12 2 18 341 359 −18 0.400
11 A.C. Stonehenge Lacrosse 32 13 5 14 330 355 −25 0.481
12 Marietta Coyotes 32 13 3 16 327 355 −28 0.448
13 Tynedale Wizards 32 12 1 19 324 370 −46 0.387
14 Parthenos Owls 32 11 3 18 304 351 −47 0.379
15 Chriscastle Eskimos 32 11 4 17 258 318 −60 0.393
16 White Hawks L.C. 32 11 4 17 315 380 −65 0.393

Starliga Season 1 Supporters Shield - Shallowford Hyenas

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The Paul le Verne Classic qualifies as the playoffs for the Razen Lacrosse Federation's premier league, Starliga - composed of a staggered playoffs, the winners of the Paul le Verne Classic by extension are crowned as season champions of the Starliga professional lacrosse league and are also granted the other allocated spot in the IDLO's Champion Cup. The Paul le Verne Classic is a newly-introduced system for the RLF, in hopes of creating more excitement for all fans within the league and producing a proud league for Razens to be proud of.


    Wild Card Round
Port Perrington Sailors (3) 16–15 Mallox CRR (6)
Cumberland Kats (4) 10–17 Green Torch Farmshore (5)


    Semifinals Round
Shallowford Hyena (1) 7–4 Mallox CRR (6)
Burnely Bandits (2) 10–12 Green Torch Farmshore (5)

    Finals
Shallowford Hyena (1) 4–13 Green Torch Farmshore (5)

Starliga Season 1 Champions - Green Torch Farmshore
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G-League / R-414 / Regular Season

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---G-League / Gladiator Conference     Pld     W    L    Win % 
1 A.C. 317 Roses Gridiron 16 11 5 0.688---Conference Champions, National Championship Game
2 Philistine Iron 16 10 6 0.625
3 Querjiban Snakes 16 10 6 0.625
4 Navy Club G.C. 16 9 7 0.562
5 New Victoria Storm 16 9 7 0.562
6 Old Birmingham Lions 16 9 7 0.562
7 SIlverton Aces 16 9 7 0.562
8 Fullham Gunners 16 7 9 0.438
9 Battlebrook Revolution 16 6 10 0.375
10 Marietta Cove Narwhals 16 6 10 0.375
11 Amepsiara Ambrosia 16 5 11 0.312
12 New Victoria Hawks 16 5 11 0.312

---G-League / Warrior Conference       Pld     W    L    Win % 
1 Ten Mountains Legion 16 10 6 0.625---Conference Champions, National Championship Game
2 Mallox Nova 16 9 7 0.562
3 New Victoria Devils of Beverly 16 9 7 0.562
4 Xuala Howlers 16 9 7 0.562
5 A.C. Stonehenge Gridiron 16 8 8 0.500
6 New Victoria Islanders 16 8 8 0.500
7 Trukorth Knights 16 8 8 0.500
8 Burnley Rovers SC 16 7 9 0.438
9 Port Perrington Inferno 16 7 9 0.438
10 Selva Sabres 16 7 9 0.438
11 Tynedale Blackskins 16 7 9 0.438
12 Wizards of Azarel 16 7 9 0.438


National Championship Game

Ten Mountains Legion 31-48 A.C. 317 Roses Gridiron
@Kings Den, Tynedale, First District
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RZN Premier / R-414 / Season 7

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----RZN Premier / R-414        Pld     W    L   F     A 
1 Grifnoria Blood 20 15 5 6200 5400---Champions
2 Azarel Academy 20 13 7 6130 5330
3 Doxiara Snakes 20 13 7 5570 5440
4 Otyqejahr Q.C. 20 12 8 6320 5690
5 Tynedale Capital Q.C. 20 12 8 5340 5240
6 Northeast Wizards 20 8 12 5080 5110
7 Kaleera Ridgebacks 20 8 12 5690 5730
8 Farmworth Mudbloods 20 7 13 4980 5850
9 Zaketh 20 6 14 5580 5830
10 Q.C. Ekreterra 20 6 14 5010 6280
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Sporting Updates in Razenthuria



Razen Footballing Leagues



The Razen Football Authority has announced new formative plan of action for Njiko RZN and by extension the entirety of the RazenLeague pyramid, in an attempt to assist the growth of and maturity of football within Razenthuria. Notable changes are to take affect for the upcoming R-415 season, notably with the increase of sporting teams within the pyramid.

  • The RazenLeague pyramid will gain massive extensions to the size of the leagues - Njiko RZN, the title league of the pyramid is to increase to sixteen teams for the start of R-415 and by R-418, have 18; meanwhile, the size of RazenLeague 2 and ReazenLeague 3 respectively will both increase to twenty team slots. Included, the creation of another tier, under the titular national leagues will be added, as the professional level, composed of the newly-created four footballing leagues, each titled by the placeholder names of the North, South, East and West leagues; all will promote one team each into RazenLeague 3; meaning the 3rd national league will increase in relegation spots.
  • The creation of the city-state of Yanghoon will now formerly allow for the RazenLeague pyramid to allow Yanghoonese players to play within Razenthuria and for Razenthuria thru the likes of dual-citizenship which will be granted.
  • Facing the question of anti-Asian sentiment within the RFA, the RFA has decried allegations, instead decreeing that Razenthuria's footballing scene's final two slots for the top side Njiko RZN will be adding Asian-preferenced cities within Razenthuria.

We hope to see you soon again; within four months for the start of Njiko RZN previews, with the sadness we've seen from the Razen national team, the domestic scene can't come soon enough!
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The Razen Football Authority is the controller and monitor of the sport of football within the Razenthuria, being the oldest of all major four sporting bodies, it was established nearly fifteen years ago and has been the spearhead and driving force behind making football the most-popular sport within Razenthuria. The RFA is notable for pushing and guiding the Razen national team, from a dysal rank in the 300s to a top-150 rank within its first year of international play, it manages Razen participation in the World Cup, CE, Olympic Games, and U-21/18 events - created in RC-399 following the defunct of the Kebec Footballing Association, the RFA was restructure, using leftover parts from the Kebecois football pyramid, re-applied specifically to the region of Razenthuria, the RFA has managed to produce a homegrown pool of future teams, players and a homegrown Razen football culture - that's soccer for you multiversal Western heathens. In the absence of a national circuit, the RFA created the RazenLeague pyramid, comprised of three major leagues - Njiko RZN - which composes of the best players and teams to ever play within Raenthuria, just below that lie the realm of the RazenLeague 2, and RazenLeague 3, which both by their own merits keep the leagues with fresh new teams to take the plunge each year after promotion.

The RazenLeague pyramid is now entering the second seasn of UICA play, after the first was heralded for high-scoring match and generally-decent play, the return to domestic football for another four years is quickly-awaited, given the poor performance that Razenthuria's national team has had during qualification, the nation needs football that is sure to captivate some fans throughout the nation. Last year, A.C. Stonehenge stunningly won the trophy, with a huge leap, as they seemingly leapt over everyone else to do it, this offseason has been one of the biggest stunners of ever, as hundreds of players took their leave, establishing new players in each team - the new superstar of the league must arise, in the wake of the exit of Kevin Kyrell to Farfadilis, by far one of the biggest stunners anywhere. Right now, the question will be who emerges - and who seeks. Expect heavy combat as we get our first heavy doses fo foreigners to flood into this league, the out shape will look vastly different, and we expect to see a new challenger rise, teams that were medicore last season are prepared to put much better feet forward as a league strides to revamp itself, heading into a sixteenth season. After a historic first season in UICA competition, more is to be obtained.



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All-time Winners table:
--4 	Athletic New Victoria, Fullham Rangers
2 A.C. Stonehenge
1 A.C. 317 Roses, Navy Club, Old Birmingham City


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206 Mitche
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Manager: William Grier [ RZN / 58 y.o. ] (2nd year)
League Titles: 0
RFA Cups: 0
RFA Super Cups: 0
Captain: Peter Falpurn
Arena: Perrington Sports Complex [ 34 200 ] (new)
First XI (3-4-3): Image R. Purvoche (19)* - Image A. Katlse (28), ImageA. Psikey (22), Image H. Norman (31) - Image Nicolas Fulton (18)*, Image Robin Seuss (24)*, Image J. Hans (29), Image C. Wardyworth (21)* - Image Salomon Bundy (24)*, Image J. Krenshaw (27), Image P. Falpurn (23)
    * - indicates new acq.
206 Mitche’s last season was a perfect perdition of where they would end up finishing – seventh place as we predicted, and it showed much improvement over their previous year, as they had a solid finish in the league – as they went on to go with well-placed finishes after a stumble midway thru the season. Returning manager William Grier now has weapons – Peter Falpurn has flourished into a bona fide striker, after a miserable season last season – he came alive during the latter portion of the season and older players have finally been removed from the picture, as shown with the spending spree that 206 Mitche’s ownership went on, nearly N$20 million has been pumped into the team this season – with the biggest acquisition being Salomon Bundy, who enters from the United States of Devonta from Danza F.C., 206 Mitche poured out a big bonus of N$9 million to chase after the star player who’s expected to have effect in the big leagues, battling up top as a key man who’ll split the goals with Falpurn this season. A solid substitute for the national team for the Devontans, the Devontan will try to make a place here in the team, he has assistance too, as fellow Devontan Nicolas Fulton presents himself to assist the team. They’ve got a bit of added spark, we can see them going up a spot and definetly, they’ll be in contention for the Cup of the Raza this season.
Last Season: 7th. Prediction: 2nd.


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414 Christcastle
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Manager: Gordon Heyward [ RZN / 63 y.o. ] (new)
League Titles: 0
RFA Cups: 0
RFA Super Cups: 0
Captain: Lilian Guimauve
Arena: Baron's Galactic Tech. Stadium [ 12 000 ] (temporary venue)
First XI (3-3-4): Image K. Austrih (23)* - Image T. Borgan (21)*, Image P. Bogman (20)*, Image A. Sylvester (19)* - Image D. Felix (19)*, Image C. Forest (22)*, Image L. Guimave (23)*, Image K. Venderton (31)* - Image G. Ha’Kaen (26)*, Image Y. Fa’Zenke (23)*, Image H. Deerhaven (19)*
414 Christcastle begins their play as the team for the supposedly endangered white community of Razenthuria – and of course; that wasn’t even the part that has the people concerned the most; as 414 Christcastle takes to the field for the first time after so much hype surrounding this team for the past two seasons, being awarded the expansion rights only a season ago, there’s already so much interest for the team, despite the fact its incredibly bad – the build-up for the squad will take at least four more season before its competitive. We already mostly think that the team will be going straight down to the second division – there’s no substitute for experience; but obviously, they seem to think that with one bona fide talent on the roster; in the form of Guimave, they will somehow be able to compete with limited talent. I’m not here to be the downer for 414 Christcastle, obviousy, a lot of money has gone into creating this team, but they’re not; yes, that’s right, not going to be competitive enough to sustain this growth. The team will have a steep learning curve over the next few years, we can really expect them to begin a huge rebuild next season, when money becomes available; over N$45 million will be available for the team to go after, due to a special loop hole they’ve achieved. This team, which is supposed to represent the underrepresented white community has seen a huge following; not only from whites, but from blacks, Asians and all alike, 414 Christcastle will be a very interesting team to watch this season.
Last Season: -- Prediction: 14th, automatic relegation.


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A.C. 317 Roses
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Manager: Cuthbert Chanceler [ RZN / TBD y.o. ] (2nd year)
League Titles: 1
RFA Cups: 2
RFA Super Cups: 2
Captain: Gabriel Baker
Arena: Paula-upon-Buyer Stadium [ 34 500 ]
First XI (3-3-4): Image Nicolas Painchaud (31)* - Image M. Mason (19)*, Image A. Dering (22)*, Image R. Follywolle (21)* - Image D. Darris (31), Image G. Baker (30), Image V. Lestrange (20)* - Image S. Shawcroft (33), Image P. Burghe (20)*, Image S. Cordham (23)*, Image M. Harris (20)*
    * - indicates new acq.
A.C. 317 Roses somehow avoidewd the plunge last season, in fact they did so well, they found themselves headed to a wonderful second-place finish, however, they haplessly were destroyed thanks to the efforts of A.C. Stonehenge during the regular season and in the offseason by none other than than Athletic New Victoria who seem(ed) to be making a return of their own last season. However, A.C. 317 Roses is finally headed for their deep plunge we talked about – the curse has arrived, sporting seven new players in the starting eleven, the destruction is imminent that great season we saw them sport last season will not be replicated, in fact, the Roses will be struggling to avoid the relegation zone, of course, Cuthbert Chenceler is an exceptional manager; he was expected to have the team drop to eighth place but instead guided them to runners-up in the Njiko RZN, Chenceler and the Roses should be looking forward to the next season, a new transfer window is set to open and Shawcroft’s contract finally expires – the man who was brought in has lead to hefty expenses being thrown upon the Roses shoulders, feeling a N$20 million contract to keep in here; he’s been here for the past two seasons, he has another two before he’ll walk out – most-likely retiring due to his age. He will be kept to guide and mold this young roster, Gabriel Baker is stilla round and will most-likely not be heading anywhere, at 30; he’s still exceptional, but, the Roses will regress badly this season.
Last Season: 2nd. Prediction: 6th.


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A.C. Stonehenge
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Manager: Christopher Tajo Mendez [ USD / 42 y.o. ] (new)
League Titles: 2
RFA Cups: 1
RFA Super Cups: 0
Captain: Erfom Heartland
Arena: Freeman Turf [ 32 000 ]
First XI (4-2-4): Image Gianluc de Oca (19)* - Image P. Borell (22)*, Image J. Blackson (28), Image G. Koremen (30), Image G. Pettleton (33) - Image M. White (28), Image/ Image F. Utamara (19)*, Image P. Pearson (27), Image P. Butler (22)* - Image E. Heartland (30), Image K. Fybber (30)
    * - indicates new acq.
Most of this team is still in tact from their championship run – the new pieces are the parts that were considered to dirty to touch to remain on the team, and the front office for A.C. Stonehenge had went out and splurged – Ginaluc de Oca is brought in as a free transfer and was handed a lengthy contract, guaranteeing he’ll be around for the next five-ish years, de Oca’s a product of the Centre of Excellence from Apox and is expected to easily handle and fill in the spot of Lord Pullman who despite his antics as one of the worst goal-keepers in Njiko RZN, the Stonehenge side still managed to win Njiko RZN, ten points clear of the closest competitor. Now, the team is looking o move even further; while keeping the core pieces together, they’re looking to avoid the complete combustion that happened with the Birmingham Boys at Old Birmingham City, skinning away the too old and bringing in the young, Adam Jeffreys, the manager who lead them to greatness has went to a team somewhere in Banija, leading A.C. Stonehenge to grab their hands on Christoepr Tajo Mendez; a forty-two year-old national team star, both as player and as manager; of the United States of Devonta, he comes to A.C. Stonehenge looking to continue the great run of last season, head-over-shoulders, he’ll be the best manager in the league and it looks as if Stonehenge is once again looking forward to another league title. Its fair to say that if Tajo Mendez alters tactics slightly, this will produce even better results, included, a Tajo Mendez-lead squad could perhaps get a bit farther in UICA competitions.
Last Season: 1st. Prediction: 1st.


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Athletic New Victoria
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Manager: Victor Kingsley [ RZN / 58 y.o. ]
League Titles: 4
RFA Cups: 7
RFA Super Cups: 0
Captain: Tommy Cox-Jean
Arena: The Jewel [ 65 720 ]
First XI (3-6-1): Image E. Thomas (27) - Image F. Tyndall (19)* Image C. Williams (29), Image R. Norwood (20)* - Image Toré Na'Verii (20)*, Image S. Smalee (32), Image E. Recson (30), Image V. Kirkman (28), Image I. Hornley (21)*, Image J. Macpherson (28) - Image T. Cox-Jean (31)
    * - indicates new acq.
“Kingsley we want you sacked” for Athletic New Victoria last season became “Kingsley is our king” after Athletic New Victoria’s stunning rise, with Victor Kingsley, the manager of the Purple Swans proving to the nation and by extension the multiverse that Njiko RZN’s richest team and most-crowned is still relavent, going from what was expected to be a relegation season to a very surprisingly fifth-place finish and by extension capturing their sixth RFA Cup, leaving the world notably intrigued as to what was the planned future of the team, given the stupid ownership which nearly saw the team relegated the season before – Victor Kingsley is certainly a King – and he reigns supreme after what all he did for the city, he saved them from a relegation in what many had expected to be a relegation battle between them and – Tynedale of all people. For now, New Victoria rejoices, as their side – ANV remains the most-potent of all teams, entering this season, they’ve parted ways with Yellis Eugene who goes to Acronius to compete, Eugene was and is one of the best centerfielders out of Razenthuria and Acronius’s teams know it, they snapped him up in a heartbeat, leaving a large gap to be replaced. Of course; Toré Na'Verii, the Cosumarite fresh out of school comes in to fill this role, Na’Verii is a Vloo species, so it will not be a human sight and will very well cause a stir at The Jewel, but, Athletic New Victoria can very well compete this season. Of course; we’re not say that this means that ANV will capture the league title, but it would be nice for a Globe Cup berth.
Last Season: 5th. Prediction: 4th.


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Battlebrook United
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Manager: Birmingham Union [ RZN / 73 y.o. ] (2nd year)
League Titles: 0
RFA Cups: 0
RFA Super Cups: 0
Captain: Vernon Thomas
Arena: Ares Moor [ 23 000 + 8 500 ] (undergoing renovation)
First XI: First XI (4-2-3-1): Image V. Thomas (33) - Image S. Alexander (31), Image W. Peabody (29), Image T. Sherman (29), Image P. Butterworth (??)* - Image J. Chase (23)* Image B. Merstun (20)* - Image W. Paulie (32), Image D. Lochteth (??)*, Image B. Rotherly (20)* - Image A. Durdent (25)*
    * - indicates new acq.
Battlebrook United followed up a soid sixth place finish two seasons ago as they jumped up to third place and found their way into a very rewarding third-place finish, which ended with a well-received Globe Cup berth, this side will travel into the enw season battling against the multiverse’s best. There’s a new picture out on the field – Vernon Thomas gets paid as he’ll stick around for four more years; until he’s thirty-seven, perhaps given how reliable he was last seaons; he’ll be a big piece to Battlebrook if they’re trying to stap amongst the best of the league; he’s going to want to return and do even better given how well he did last season. However, he’s far from the only piece that Battlebrook will have to play – Jared Chase comes in at 23, from the Raza National Academy, he’s one of the first batches of the new generation to flood the market, and he’s been picked yp – he and also Bennon Merstun and Ben Rotherly have shoes to fill, especially the latter wo takes over for Pete Asskisserson who moves on to Old Birmingham City, Rotherly was rated exceptional coming out of the academy, given a four star rating with chance for improvement, he’ll now be plugged into a side that’ll need to solve known for their defensive set-up, Birmingham Union will try to move towards a more goal-penetrating side. There’s much excitement coming from Ares Moor this season; they’ll be hosting som exciting match-ups with UICA, and we’re going to be really excited to see how far Razenthuria’s younger side can go in competition. With newer players, they’re going to regress a bit – but, we’ll see them around sticking around with the big boys.
Last Season: 3rd. Prediction: 5th.


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Calix City F.C.
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[b]Manager: Pierre Denton [ RZN / 55 y.o. ] (new)
League Titles: 0
RFA Cups: 0
RFA Super Cups: 0
Captain: Eric Henriksen
Arena: Old Torchmaine [ 57 000 ]
First XI (4-4-1-1): Image E. Henriksen (18)* - Image J. Audley (22)*, Image K. Reven (23)*, Image A. Dermen (19)*, Image S. Kelly (22)* -Image L Sa’kiera (20)*, Image A. Jones (27), Image X. Williams (20)*, Image T. Teriva (19)* - Image A. Felix (20)*, -Image D. Crabbleton (30)
    * - indicates new acq.
Blow it up. That’s the goal in Calix City, as the entirety of the teaqm has been rebuilt – Calix City F.C.’s headquarters has pulled-off the largest rebuild in history of the Njiko RZN, which has assured that the team will further crash out; however, there’s not much further to go except into the relegation zone, Calix City will no t be nearly as competitive, but the new Audioslavian goal-keeper, this Henriksen kid could be a real saver for the team, coming in to replace Dennis Eardhend; who has honestly panned out as a complete disaster for the Calix City who somehow kept him around for eight years. Pierre Denton comes in as the new coach for the side; as Calix City finally moves on from Dominic Saint-Xevaux, the former Kebec international, it seems the Denton brings with him a new form of competitiveness and opts for a more-defensive play from the usual Calix techniques, as Calix will now bleed defensive- moving from a 3-5-2 to a 4-4-1-1, mainly due to Henriksen’s introduction as the new goal-keeper for the side. The high turnover for the side has lead some to say that Calix’s ownership isn’t too concerned about dropping; however, this is actually the exact opposite, of course the learning curve is going to be steep for all these young players, however, the influx of cash and the expected quick development fo these payers assures that Calix City will have boatloads of cash within three years and have exceptional talents within the team if Denton can develop the team correctly. Pierre Denton enters as a decent coach; he’s only managed on the amateur – i.e. academy circuit; he’ll be coming in with an ambitious philosophy, however, he can get it done.
Last Season: 9th. Prediction: 7th.


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Emerald Cove F.C.
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Manager: Obine Morgan [ RZN / 59 y.o. ] (new)
League Titles: 0
RFA Cups: 0
RFA Super Cups: 0
Captain: Derrik Curt
Arena: Trechmont Downs [ 20 550 ] (new)
First XI (4-4-2): Image K. Peabody (20)* - Image Q. Lohan (19)*, Image S. Deveol (22)*, Image R. Everton (22)*, Image F Garvon (30)* - Image C. Fores (27)*, Image J. Midwid (25)*, Image D. Muggle (20)*, Image W. Heardy (23)* - Image C. Ridley (19)*, Image D. Curt (27)*
Emerald Cove enters as the other new expansion team for this new season; and unlike their counterparts in the 414 Christcastle; and they couldn’t be polar opposites, its clear from how the front office built this roster, they’re building for early success, bringing in the right mix of gurus, with both veterans and newbies entering the mix, and lead by Peachtree F.C.’s former manager, Obine Morgan; yes, the same one who managed Peachtree to that promotion is also once again attempting to beat the same team as as the “Bicyclists”, the nickname Emerald Cove’s adopted in homage to their logo has stayed true, expected to save up their money for a big splash; and its showed, they’ve opted for a smaller stadium to compete in, as part of their bid to keep as much money within their pockets as possible, the N$350 million dollar Trechmont Downs stadium, situated in northern Tynedale has been considered a work of wonder; but built in an older style, the ornate steel beams are at home within the complex, as the stadium seeks to pay homage to stadiums of past – including the old Trechmont Downs, home of Tynedale’s other club that closed down years ago, A.C. Querjiban; which has been dissapparated for many years now. Now, what are the expectations for the club – given they’re an expansion team, its not going to be pretty for their first splurge, however, the team can easily rise themselves out of the gutter and get on track given the way the team’s built.
Last Season: -- Prediction: 11th.


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Fullham Rangers
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[b]Manager: Peter Fermen [ RZN / 62 y.o. ] (4th year)
League Titles: 4
RFA Cups: 1
RFA Super Cups: 1
Captain: Thorn Cronin
Arena: Fullham Dome [ 52 000 ]
First XI (3-3-4): Image Lisa Sumersteen (33)* - Image U. Horthall (22)* Image P. Barber (22)*, Image K. Fedborne (26)* - Image H. Kelly (21)*, Image E. Thirdgray (30), Image L. Valstrom (21)* - Image B. Charlie (30), Image T. Cronin (31)*, Image P. Davis (19)*
    * - indicates new acq.
The real question is who replaces Kevin Kyrell at the from – the generational talent who’s gone on to play in the Farf elite league; enter Piedmony Davis, a young nineteen year-old progidee who will come in as one of the most-touted strikers in five years – or – wow, since Kyrell first showed his flashes of greatness. Davis is a true talent, his capabilities are raw, and Peter Fermen is one of the best coaches in all of Razenthuria; under Fermen’s guide, Davis should stick around for four good seasons before being snapped up for N$20 on the transfer market eventually, with the likes of leadership that is offered included, the potent front line returns, albeit a bit older as Berry Charlie comes back, however, Chris Goddard is gone from the front line, he went to Palame of Acronius, taking himself and 6.3 million with him, in his place, the Brenician Thorn Cronin comes from Rosbank Town, described as an energetic older player, she’s coming to the end of her career, but will enter as a more-leadership role, tutoring the new player in Piedmont Davis until he eventually moves into her position, as the CF – Cronin’s introductions have been described as big and bold affairs, she was all-smiles when she got off the plane for her introductory press-releases, the first Brenician player to play in Razenthuria, and certainly, she won’t be the last. She’ll be taking the brunt of goalscoring, however, this team has kept much of its offense intact from last season, instead rebuilding its terrible defense as Lisa Sumersteen looks to takeover as goal-keeper where Edwards Sam-Jones was simply not cut out for. A stumble will be noticeable, and frankly, this team won’t be really making the big step yet, however with Fermen’s leadership – its coming.
Last Season: 4th. Prediction: 8th.


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Navy Club
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Manager: Fst. Adm. Ezekiel Bowett [ RZN / 48 y.o. ] (interim)
League Titles: 1
RFA Cups: 0
RFA Super Cups: 0
Captain: Rueben Lewis
Arena: Armed Forces Stadium [ 43 000 ]
First XI (3-5-2): Image W. Breadton (19)* - Image S. Pennywise (20)*, Image R. Lewis (26)*, Image V. Rashrock (23)* - Image P. Morgan (23)*, Image Q. Ravenburg (19)*, Image T. Pepperbridge (23)*, Image M. Doolittle (21)*, Image I. Revelton (22)* - Image M. Gerry (22)* - Image T. Meno (19)*
    * - indicates new acq.
The Shipyard Hooligans are no doubt going down – they’re our top pick to be relegated, given an entirely new line-up, of course, the young players that are rumored to be future talents won’t be enough to stay down, they’ll most-likely bounce back from the brink next season, but they’re going to neeed a whole season which they don’t have to gel together as a talented squad. The entirety of the team is very good – super good even, but the team isn’t ready to make the jump, and the pieces are in building – all new palyers will be sported this season, and all that waste from the government to go after all these players might be a waste as they won’t be enough to stop the haul that other teams bring to the league. There’s always the discussion of whether or not Tysdy Meno will work out, its very possible he’ll be transferred before the season’s over; it would be a rare occasion, but his explosive firepower could fit right into other schemes, Athletic New Victoria seems to be the most probable choice to line-up as Tommy Cox-Jean needs to begin training a heir to the empire that has been amassed for the Purple Swans. Navy Club will have to put on one helluva show to remain where they are, we actually cannot find a single person from R-414’s roster, its an entirely new starting XI and substitutes and reserves, of course, Navy Club’s academy has some talent, but in all honesty, its going to be a bit of time for this team to come together.
Last Season: 8th. Prediction: 12th.


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Old Birmingham City
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Manager: Ike Xavier [ RZN / 53 y.o. ] (3rd year)
League Titles: 1
RFA Cups: 2
RFA Super Cups: 2
Captain: Victor Parks
Arena: Torchwood Park [ 39 650 ]
First XI (4-2-4): Image R. Fuster (19)* - Image V. Parks (31), Image D. Brett (21)*, Image S. Lawnder (19)*, Image H. Beaver (22)* - Image F. Peaflower (29), Image A. Bawlex (23)* - Image F. Bradley (19)* Image Q. Durmont (22)*, Image I. Eugene (19)* Image T. Borough (22)*
    * - indicates new acq.
Finally, Ike Xavier hands the reigns to Victor Parks – a man who was once a very good manager but has seen his power stripped away after last seasons’ utter disaster, such a one that nearly saw Old Birmingham City relegated, after finishing first the season before; the greatest sign of first-to-worst in the history of Njiko RZN. Of course, the rebuild has begun – and rather than blow it all up as that was expected, Ike Xavier has put pieces forth to rebuild the squad without entirely obliverating the entire thing – a new form of offense has been crated, which will be expected to create a high new form of offensive octane and firepower, there’s a lot of expectations riding on Roger Fuster, the Audioslavian who comes in as the new goal-keeper, replacing A.J. McGreen, who really himself should not be entirely ridiculed – he couldn’t help that his backline aside from Victor Parks was absolutely terrible. However, in his place, Parks also is serve with the new Devon Brett, a twenty-one year-old who is expected to have a high impact on the backline, a well-known player at the academy, he could really explode onto the scene if given ample time to deliver. Sean Lander is the other man; at nineteen, he’ll be expected to help the left flank, there’s some excitement around him, he’s done well in the glimpses we’ve seen from him and we’ll expect him to fix the defense slowly. The rest of the team is a work in progress, a lot of young players up front, the offense will be slowed more, but with Xavier managing this train wreck of a side, there’s no way but up.
Last Season: 11th. Prediction: 9th.


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Saint Derby F.C.
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Manager: Dominic Saint-Xevaux [ RZN / 45 y.o. ] (new)
League Titles: 0
RFA Cups: 0
RFA Super Cups: 0
Captain: George Hikvon
Arena: The Center at Bagleback Square [ 26 750 + 12 500 ] (undergoing renovation)
First XI (4-4-2): Image C. Mylonas (25)* - Image M. Faulchuk (26)* Image T. Gergard (21)*, Image G. Felton (19)*, Image V. Na'Tokeho (32)* - Image P. Denver (19)*, Image V. Dully (35), Image Y. Putters (22)*, Image G. Hikvon (36) - Image A. Paulton (19)*, Image J. Illewald (23)*
    * - indicates new acq.
Dominic Saint-Xevaux came from Calix City F.C. to inherit the mess-ish thing in place over at Bagelback Square, Saint Derby F.C. can technically be turnt over quickly – they’re a squad who have a mixture of old and new which can be remade at a rapid pace and possibly build a winner, but there’s also the concern that the rock of the team – George Hikvon is also getting older. Hikvon is a national team starter who’s probably made his last national team, its very doubtful we’ll be seeing him rushing around in two years, there’s a lot fo questions on why Saint-Xevaux, who also holds the position of club president – didn’t chase after a left centerback to hold down the fort in preparation for the post-Hikvon years, however, he loaded up on talent all over the place, two players from Nephara come to guide the defense, with Mylonas and Faulchuk traveling from Diamondqueen and both coming to southern Razenthuria to compete in the Njiko RZN, there’s a lot of questions if Saint-Xevaux – who had an entirely failed campaign in his one year at Calix City; can right the program at Saint Derby, and that’s not to say that Gordon Heyward was bad – he’s found a job managing for 414 Christcastle, one of the two new expansion teams entering Njiko RZN this season. There’s going to be a lot that the side’s going to need to fix, and Saint-Xevaux can make or break the future of the side, expect a lot of concerns to be expresses early on, but if he gets past the first ten games, he’ll stick around.
Last Season: 6th. Prediction: 3rd.


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Tynedale City
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Manager: Harry Illvermorny [ RZN / 53 y.o. ] (new)
League Titles: 0
RFA Cups: 0
RFA Super Cups: 0
Captain: Saki Felles
Arena: South Tynedale Park [ 26 750 ]
First XI (3-3-1-3): Image K. Lancett (26)* - Image S. Felles (21)*, Image S. Raskerin (30), Image Q. Rasaux (26) - Image A. GIlderoy (19)*, Image A. Nottingham (29) Image. C. Thomas (21)* - Image I. Element (30) - Image H. Gerald (19)* Image G. Foreman (22)*, Image Ashton Garret (28)
    * - indicates new acq.
Tynedale City has finally realized that budgeting rather than buying is really not the solution for creating a winnig club – finally moving on from the hegemony that the Aretha Park matriarchy placed on the program, as the ownership of cheapskates has finally come together in realization that competiting in the league should be the top goal for the team representing most of the capital. However, Emerald Cove arises from the northern part of the capital as a viable challenger to the supremacy that has reigned for so long for throughout the city, Emerald Cove comes forth as a bold challenger to the past that Tynedale City has; collectively one of the worst teams that the league has been forced to reckon with. As it goes forth, the future of the club will rest in the leadership of Harry Illvermorny, who comes forth as a brave leader, he’s not new to football, but this will be his first job in competitive football, he’s mainly been a midfielders’ coach, he came from A.C. Stonehenge, which had a four horsemen-type thing going for them with their midline for years before, now headed to the capital, he’ll have quite an interesting job to do with the team; there’s a lot of people who think that he won’t last long enough – but, will he be the push that gets the ball rolling? They bring in new player; Felles is their best player, an Ashkamite who playes for the Ashkam national team, the twenty-one year-old should be able to be a key piece in preventing goals from being – well –scored for the side. In his first season, don’t be expecting much – it’ll be nice if they can avoid the relegation zone.
Last Season: 10th. Prediction: 13th, relegation play-off.


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Peachtree F.C.
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Manager: Pudwig Tonks [ RZN / 54 y.o. ] (new)
League Titles: 0
RFA Cups: 0
RFA Super Cups: 0
Captain: Aretha Park the Fourth
Arena: City of Peachtree Stadium [ 19 300 + 12 500 ] (undergoing renovation)
First XI (4-3-3): Image K. Banker (27) - Image G. Gonei (26), Image A. Camball (25), Image R. Palace (31), Image P. Deveon (28) - Image G. Singleson (26), Image D. Kaiser (28) Image H. Geonfel (31), - Image M. Sunshield (19)*, Image C. Aonen (29), Image M. Kalbum (34)
It is clear to all who’ve seen the team that Peachtree F.C. plans to remain in the top flight for a few year, given their ambitious building scheme – they’re expanding their stadium to seat over 31,000 people within two more years, and its clear that Peachtree’s ownership doesn’t plan on going down any time soon; that’s precisely why we see them finishing in eleventh place in their start of the Njiko RZN top divison, they won’t be the relegated side because it took them three years with this same roster to get here; they’re not looking to revisit the gutter. Built around veterans, Peachtree F.C. has the right mentality to rise.
We’ll have to see.
Last Season: 2nd, RazenLeague 2. Prediction: 10th.



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    Applegate City
    Last Season: 7th. Prediction: 4th.
    Astoriya Park Celtics
    Last Season: -- Prediction: 16th, automatic relegation.
    Brookhaven Town
    Last Season: 5th. Prediction: 6th.
    Blue Coast 381
    Last Season: 1st, RazenLeague 3. Prediction: 14th, relegation play-off.
    Burnley Rovers S.C.
    Last Season: 16th, relegated from Njiko RZN. Prediction: 5th.
    Capital City Club
    Last Season: 8th. Prediction: 12th.
    Club Everbren
    Last Season: 4th. Prediction: 1st.
    F.C. Wllingwood
    Last Season: -- Prediction: 3rd.
    Haverpool Dons
    Last Season: 2nd, RazenLeague 3 Prediction: 13th, relegation play-off.
    Dragonpool
    Last Season: -- Prediction: 10th.
    North Hathmond
    Last Season: -- Prediction: 11th.
    Old York FC
    Last Season: 6th. Prediction: 9th.
    Rasen Remus
    Last Season: -- Prediction: 15th, automatic relegation.
    Reading Athletic
    Last Season: 3rd. Prediction: 2nd, promotion play-off.
    Sporting Elcmester
    F.C. Wllingwood
    Last Season: -- Prediction: 7th.
    Triton Valley
    Last Season: -- Prediction: 8th.



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    Athletic Manchester
    A.C. Buckingstone
    AFC Querjiban
    Brentbury Port
    Club Calix
    Ellingway Town
    F.C. Grandmore
    F.C. WIlmark Falls
    Foxbridge Wonderers
    Illvermorny Pudwugees
    Islingwood City
    North Hampton
    Oakham City
    Ten Mountains Mountaineers F.C.
    Warshire United F.C. (favorites)




    First Division (north)
      Allerminister
      AFC Yorkcaster
      Angels of Rockdover
      City of Hampdover
      Clube de Calix S.C.
      East Roding F.C.
      Eventry
      Freston F.C.
      F.C. Ellingvern
      Horsbrook Patties
      Islingwood United
      Limingshire Fire
      Ravencourt Pillagers
      Rivernest City
      Sanbrook City F.C.

First Division (south)
      A.C. Gloucaster
      Athletic Calix
      Everdeen Tynedale
      F.C. Dolverhampton
      F.C. Durlsey
      Firewall
      Greengate F.C.
      Harstead South End
      Litchmont Road
      Maywell Councty
      Qurengard City
      Readsent City
      Stamlo City
      S.C. Richwood
      Trenchmont Landing
      Wicklow County Parishers
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RazenLeague / R-415 / Part 1

Postby Razenthuria » Sat May 19, 2018 10:19 am

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RFA SuperCup
A.C. Stonehenge 5–0 Athletic New Victoria
    E. Heartland - 6', 14', F. Utamara - 29', G. - Koremen 62', K. Fybber - 75'
    @ Freeman Turf (29 460 atten.), New Stonehenge


Njiko RZN - Matchday 01
    A.C. 317 Roses 2–3 Athletic New Victoria
    414 Christcastle 2–5 Fullham Rangers
    Navy Club 2–3 Peachtree F.C.
    Tynedale City 2–4 Emerald Cove
    Old Birmingham City 6–3 Saint Derby F.C.
    Calix City FC 2–1 206 Mitche
    A.C. Stonehenge 4–1 Battlebrook United

The season opened up and the goals were flying in as the fourteenth season of action and the second full season of UICA participation got underway - a well-expected crowd came out to witness this game - the game of the week situated in New Stonehenge as A.C. Stonehenge, under the new manager of the Devontan Christopher Tajo Mendez comes in to manage the Stonehenge side - sporting new faces, new coaches and new players, the new look of A.C. Stonehenge seems to be building for the future, with two new cultivating players who could emerge as starts in a few years - with Giainluc de Oca - that's the Cosumarite goal-keeper, he allowed only one goal in his first appearance - in the midfield, Utamara, the Yanghoonese-Razen dual-international, the one who's expected to make it on to the Razen squad at the upcoming Campianto Esportiva has a lot of star power riding on him, he came in and he dazzled, with three shots on goal and a goal for himself. Meanwhile, Efrom Heartland still proves to be the defender of the faith for the team, he scored two goals and Patrick Pearson added another in the 84th minute, giving a sure 4-1 victory to A.C. Stonehenge. Meanwhile, on the other side of the pitch, Birmingham Union has a lot to fix for his side, especially given how much BetH.rzn has invested in the team in the past two years, Ares More is due to be around 31,000 capacity in time for next season and the team is certainly bringing in some youth into the program, yes - there's going to be a steep learning curve for the team, and Union's perhaps the greatest manager to take care of that, he's going to have to do a lot over the next few months to push this team up towards excellence - he's not the greatest coach, but he can launch talent. Vernon Thomas however - he's getting older, at best, I expect he'll not be the best to take over, there's concerns over how he'll pan out - he could be fired by the end of the season if this failures at the front are not fixed. Alexis Durdent looks like a bright, young player - he comes from Club Everbren of RazenLeague 2 - last season they finished a respectable fourth place in a very-defensive formation, he will fit in well given Union's preference of the defensive formation of the 4-2-3-1. In other matches, Athletic New Victoria - who had been demolished in the RFA SuperCup, 5-nil to Stonehenge got a win over the Roses, Tommy Cox-Jean, an early frontrunner to lead in the chase for the Golden Boot put up all three of their goals - will he be forced to carry them this season? The Fullham Rangers split 414 Christcastle, yep the expansion team in a 5-2 drubbing, Gordon Heyward has a lot to do, now, he's an expert manager, but he'll want to avoid this catastrophic start. Peachtree F.C. won against Navy Club, and a tense 3-2 victory was quite interesting, as Navy Club looks to forge a new identity, Navy Club are considered to be one of the worst teams on the field, so it'll be interesting how they finish. Emerald Cove marched south in Tynedale City as the Capital Derby got its first draw on - *gasp* - the first ever game, and boy it was good as a 4-2 Emerald Cove win was engineered from Obine Morgan - this is going to be one helluva' season for both sides, and hopefully more interesting games to follow. George Hikvon must realize he is no longer the player he once was, and this might be the year he'll hang-up the cleats, at thirty-six carrying a team that is just bad without him in the form of Saint Derby F.C. is not good, he's not going to make it onto the Cup of Harmony roster, we really doubt that - who ever is going to manage the Razen team will confirm as much soon, hopefully. Calix City and 206 Mitche a 2-1 game and finally, a great opening week for Njiko RZN.

Njiko RZN - Matchday 02
    Athletic New Victoria 2–2 Battlebrook United
    206 Mitche 0–1 A.C. Stonehenge
    Saint Derby F.C. 4–4 Calix City FC
    Emerald Cove 1–1 Old Birmingham City
    Peachtree F.C. 2–2 Tynedale City
    Fullham Rangers 3–3 Navy Club
    A.C. 317 Roses 3–2 414 Christcastle

The Roses, who finished second place last season - a far second place - no one was to even come close to touching the run that A.C. Stonehenge had going, came in at home, playing at the historical Paula-upon-Buyer Stadium in front of a sold out crowd and managed to scrape away with a narrow 3-2 win over league newcomers, 414 Christcastle - Cuthbert Chanceler, the manager who engineered a surprising second-place finish in his first season at the helm last season is expected to do this year capture a Cup of the Raza and a Globe Cup berth, a failure to do both would be considered a tragic event for the team and would spell the and of Chanceler, the leadership at the Roses have been notable for their cutthroat policies when it comes to building a winner, but, of course, that was far from the main attraction on the field - Shawcroft returned, yes the best foreign player in the league is back and he was - well - a star, racking up two goals, we'll be sure to give him an early nod for foreigner of the year - its kind of a surprise he wasn't given the nod as captain this season after a well-inspired performance from him, there's a lot of youth on this team, and Chanceler brought in a middle-aged goalie in Nicolas Painchaud - Painchaud's season is going to be interesting. On the other hand, 414 Christcastle has got to get shit in order if they plan to stay in the top flight, we expect them to finish last - but also, Gordon Heyward happens to be a top coach and could easily create a resurgence back into the top flight next season, Christcastle's problem happens to be its youth - they're all too young and have been jumbled onto a team and have been ordered to "produce", Christcastle's our biggest bet as a cellar-dweller. And given the contrasting personalities in the dressing rooms, how Heyward plans to keep the difference races - prone to going off on one-another - from damaging the team will be quite interesting. 414 Christcastle was advertised to be a team representing all cultures in the predominantly-white city of Christcastle - hell - they play in a lacrosse stadium as their temporary home, so, how the team does plan to get bigger and better is of course where we're truly interested. A large weak of draws in the league as teams seemed stuck, the Purple Swans and Battlebrook United drew 2-2 at The Jewel, the Fullham Rangers and Navy Club drew in a 3-3 high-scoring affair - perhaps this Navy Club team is halfway decent? Gianluc de Orca put up his first clean sheet in league pay in his second game - titling a stunning 1-nil game over the offensive juggernaut in 206 Mitche, Mitche's expected to surge upwards this season too. Saint Derby and Calix put up an ungods-ly 4-a-piece, lead by George Hikvon's hat trick, honestly, where does Saint Derby go after Hikvon leaves the side; Emerald Cove also ties its game with the Birmingham Boys. And, in the last game of the week, Peachtree F.C. and Tynedale leave it out on the field, 2-2.

Njiko RZN - Matchday 03
    414 Christcastle 3–2 Athletic New Victoria
    Navy Club 1–1 A.C. 317 Roses
    Tynedale City 1–4 Fullham Rangers
    Old Birmingham City 0–1 Peachtree F.C.
    Calix City FC 0–0 Emerald Cove
    A.C. Stonehenge 3–2 Saint Derby F.C.
    Battlebrook United 3–1 206 Mitche

The rebuild seems to be underway - or well - completed for the Fullham Rangers, who seem to have put together an offensive-styled team in Peter Fermen's fourth year on the job, and of course, Fermen hasn't been around - he's been temporarily managing the national team until the RFA announces a new manager for the side - Fermen's been allowing assistant coach, Evans Azinikwe to manage the side, and Azinikwe is expected to be in the drivers seat until the midway part of the season, as Fermen is still to be away for half of the season, with both the Cup of Harmony, but also the regional tournament and the Global Cup of Soccer to co-run the national team for. Even thru this, the Rangers have been remarkably well, with Thorn Cronin entering the team as a well-aspiring goal-scorer up front, he's been a revival player for the side, he captain well so far and has helped Fullham in racking up a league best of 12 goals, with seven on behalf of the Brenician talent. The thirty-one year-old who was signed along the team for three years is expected to have a heavy place on the team, he'll be the biggest rebuilding marker for any side - and will be a positive addition to the Rangers, as a sort of player-coach, able to communicate the philosophies of superior football to the ranks of the Razen leagues. Saki Felles is unfit for where she's been placed - she's been thrust in as the vocal rebuild point for Tynedale City and has just underperformed, completely, so its no surprise the Ashkamite has been assigned to the reserves for the foreseeable future - still using an interim manager in the form of Ezekiel Bowett, Bowett is not the future for this team, he doesn't seem to grasp how to manage one of the big name clubs in Razenthuria - together with ANV, the Roses, A.C. Stonehenge and the Rangers, they represent the big five cubs who've managed to be in the top five and win every title except for when Old Birmingham City crashed the party two years ago en route to a title of their own - something which won't be repeated likely. Ashton Garret scored the lone goal for the side, and it shows that there's hope for the team, however, not too much - since Garret's likely to leave next season, this entire team is too young, and on top of this, tacked above everything else is the fact these are all new players being thrust onto the team. This begs the question - was the team simply that bad last season that it was time to blow everything up? If so, is it time to blow up the blow up? Because, this team can't possibly survive at the trajectory its headed, honestly. The Purple Swans stunningly lost to 414 Christcastle, 3-2 - Navy Club and the Roses both drew - 1-a-piece for the two sides, Peachtree F.C. dug out a key win against the Birmingham Boys, Calix and Emerald Cove settled for a nil-nil draw at Old Torchmaine, Stonehenge escaped with a narrow victory, 3-2 over Saint Derby and Battlebrook with a similar victory, 3-1 over 206 Mitche. Mitche's simply floundering early on.

Njiko RZN - Matchday 04
    Athletic New Victoria 0–0 206 Mitche
    Saint Derby F.C. 2–2 Battlebrook United
    Emerald Cove 1–3 A.C. Stonehenge
    Peachtree F.C. 3–0 Calix City FC
    Fullham Rangers 0–2 Old Birmingham City
    A.C. 317 Roses 0–1 Tynedale City
    414 Christcastle 3–1 Navy Club

If anyone want sot talk about this insane start out of Peachtree F.C., please direct all talk to RFAForums.rzn, because Peachtree is the hot team to watch, since their promotion into Njiko RZN, they've picked up where they left off in RazenLeague 2 - and this game was no different Ravleon Palace, the captain is enjoying extraordinary success leading this side, and its bound to increase - of course, they aren't going to sustain this surge, its only the fourth game of the season, they'll come back down to earth sooner or later, but this start has the stuff of legends, only A.C. Stonehenge has been able to sustain a run like this - and over a season, only Old Birmingham City was able to nearly run the table - losing twice and drawing four games - that's to say, Peachtree fans better be happy they'll be seeing product out of this side, its for so long been in RazenLeague 2 and dwelling in the rougher regional leagues, under new ownership four seasons ago, the climb up began, and its gone well thus far. We'll be expecting much from the frontlines teams, Mariam Sunshield put up a goal - she's expected to ride the bench at either the Cup of Harmony or even the Campianto Esprotiva, more-importantly, however - she's going to be a main piece in the DBC later for U21 players for Razenthuria, when the time comes around, that'll be quite interesting to see how she's evolved. On the other end of the spectrum, there's no alarm bells to raise at Old Torchmaine, there's nothing to worry about, this team is simply going thru growing pains - you can't count on a clean sheet every week from your goalie. The team needs to figure out a way to score more goals, although Pierre Denton is coming forth, building his team around a defensive posture - if so, giving up three goals doesn't really scream absolutely defensive to me - it screams stupid, so, changes will need to be made to both the front and back lines, I think Denton as a manager is an exciting prospect, given the time and tools, he can build a creative thing here at Calix City, and don't discount the works behind the scenes, they'll be working in the transfer market next season, most definitely. 206 Mitche gets its first points on the board as they get a nil-nil drawa t The Jewel against the well-prepped Purple Swans. BBU and Saint Derby settle for a 2-2 draw, as Stonehenge visits Emerald Cove and lays waist in the capital, taking a 3-1 game and a victory for the Stonehenge side. The Birmingham Boys down the Fullham Rangers, 2-nil - as the Roses also loses and 414 Christcastle operates and shifts to a new gear.

Njiko RZN - Matchday 05
    Navy Club 0–1 Athletic New Victoria
    Tynedale City 2–2 414 Christcastle
    Old Birmingham City 2–0 A.C. 317 Roses
    Calix City FC 1–3 Fullham Rangers
    A.C. Stonehenge 3–1 Peachtree F.C.
    Battlebrook United 2–2 Emerald Cove
    206 Mitche 1–0 Saint Derby F.C.

206 Mitche has finally got their first win, five games into the season - a big sigh for all players as they can breathe easy having finally found their way to a win, after a dirty start to season, suffering incredible injuries to their starting eleven, when you have star players on their team – some who even play for other nations’ national teams, going out with a loss like this certainly doesn’t look good on your side. 206 Mitche has been riddled with high amounts of injuries in their early parts of this season – their prize player, being the Devontan – Bundy, that twenty-four year-old – has been forced into the shadows, as the team attempts to quietly rebuild the side in vincity of the others. 206 Mitche had been our early pick to sell out the league, lift the wins, get some gains amongst other things, however, this season early on has been tough. A goal from Peter Falpurn put some ease on the shoulders of 206 Mitche, who have successfully risen out of the cellar. What’s the plan for the team looking on the season – there’s going to be some growing pains for the team moving forward if things aren’t settled in an orderly fashion.On the other side of the floor – its clear that George Hikvon will be incapable of creating the same meteoric rise out of Saint Derby F.C. that he managed to do in the second half of the season recently, of course, there’s a concern that Hikvon is reaching the end of his career toot hat adds to the sudden drop in production. He’s prospectively not going to be making the Cup of Harmony roster, as it has been announced that Christopher Tajo Mendez, the Devontan manager comes in to lead the national team – and Hikvon’s team looks completely different than that of Cosumarite Conley Goddard’s departure, Tajo Mendez will look to build the team around the new identity and its clear that Hikvon doesn’t cater into that. George Hikvon deserves props, he’s done a lot for this team – and last year he truly emerged as a good manager, it won’t end well for him this season – honestly, he’ll be moving on within two years, there’s no way that the new ownership will be keeping him along with the contract he has, Hikvon’s been a notable player, perhaps we’ll see him managing soon.That wasn’t all that we witnessed – the Cosumarite, Toré Na'Verii performed quite well, he scored the lone goal as the Purple Swans escaped the clutches of Navy Club en route to a 1-nil victory over Navy Club – will he emerge as a favorite for the face of the franchise when Tommy Cox-Jean moves on? 414 Christcastle and Tynedale City met in south Tynedale for a clash of gigantic proportions, and the game proved that perhaps they are getting better, but aren’t at the pinnacle yet, falling due to mistimed defense in the latter parts of the match. The Birmingham Boys escape with a 2-nil win over the Roses, Quintin Durmont and Travis Burough scored both goals for the Birmingham Boys, if only they were a bit younger, we’d be seeing them at the junior level. The Rangers behind Efrom Heartland put together a damn good match – outplaying the likes of Calix City in a 3-1 victory, Heartland with a hat trick. A.C. Stonehenge continues to show they’re the most complete side, dancing around Peachtree F.C., the former second-place team as Utamara, the dual international for both Yanghoon and Razenthuria hit the pitch. Battlebrook United and Emerald Cove settle for a draw alongside this as the week comes to an end.

Njiko RZN - Matchday 06
    Athletic New Victoria 0–1 Saint Derby F.C.
    Emerald Cove 1–0 206 Mitche
    Peachtree F.C. 3–0 Battlebrook United
    Fullham Rangers 2–4 A.C. Stonehenge
    A.C. 317 Roses 0–0 Calix City FC
    414 Christcastle 0–3 Old Birmingham City
    Navy Club 1–2 Tynedale City

Crown the King(s). Christoper Tajo Mendez and A.C. Stonehenge are seven points clear of their closest opponent, and Tajo Mendez has been named manager of the Razenthuria national team, signing a two cycle contract – he’ll be leading from Cup of Harmony 72 until the 74th edition – he’s got a lot to do of course, he’s got to restructure the national team and he’ll also be in charge of redirecting the future of the national football development, Mendez’s leadership on the domestic level thus far however has us believing that he’ll be far from scared when he takes his first game at helm – in Rogue 72, from Vilitia. His side rose over the Rangers and a 4-2 victory over them leaves his assistant coach at the Rangers fuming that he can’t beat the one ahead of him – Tajo Mendez will be away from the Stonehenge side until matchday sixteen starting on matchday seven, so, we’ll be interested to see how the team can respond without him. Goals came flying in from Efrom Heartland and Utamara – this Yanghoonese dual citizen, Utamara is a decent player, actually really good and his other nation he plays for, Yanghoon is a heavy favourite to win the Cup Missers’ Cup, in which he’s scored seven of their goals. Do you transfer the leadership and the ranking to Efrom and Utamara? Heartland is a proven goal-scorer, and he’s been titled as the secondary player of the attack that Peter Fermen unleashed in the second half of qualification – he and the Razen player, Kevin Kyrell – who now plays in the Farf league – were by far the best players on the team. Of course, the new team will be rebuilt in the coming weeks and we’ll be quite interested.On the other hand, Peter Fermen and the Fullham Rangers have been slouching – and that’s no excuse to their loss, but they’re far from bad – this is only their second loss of the season and I don’t think that their too worried about this. Fermen isn’t even with the team right now, he’s been prepping the team for the arrival of Tajo Mendez – and Stonehenge is looking like the dominant side, so it was likely that a Fermen-less Ranger side that doesn’t have the former stars it once had will likely lose. However, the new side that has emerged out of the Rangers practice facilities is quite interesting, Thorn Cronin is the talking point of this Starting XI, he’s been given the keys to guide this offense, and he seems to know what he’s doing – while the team has scars that aren’t quite equal – i.e. losing the greater player of our current Razen generation in Kevin Kyrell to the Farf footballing side in Rene Skai or something like that – but, Fermen’s men can certainly learn the few curves they’ve got to master soon – Fermen is one of the best managers in Razenthuria and has won praises in the international scene too – he was even looked ab by teams in the Banijan league as a possible manager before settling on Adam Jeffreys, the former Stonehenge manager who went to manage in Banija. Fermen has taken over and has really given his team an identity, Ike Xavier was formerly the manager who everyone recognized as the man who put Fullham on the map – however, with the continued rise of Fermen at the front, it seems that Fermen will soon be the man everyone remembers as the all-time great. However, when will he lift the league championship? That’s a concern for any team supporter – he needs to life a title soon. Easton Thomas is not getting enough help in the back as Athletic New Victoria succumbed to a mishap in the backline, falling to George Hikvon’s Saint Derby F.C. in a 1-nil loss at The Jewel, speaking after the game, manager Victor Kingsely was not short of rage; “our team was absolutely despicable in this game, I expected a much-better performance and we squandered many opportunities”, he remarked after the game. Emerald Cove took out 206 Mitche in a 1-nil victory, a quite surprising scoreline, as Peachtree F.C. took a 3-nil victory over Battlebrook United. The Roses and Calix City settled for a nil-nil draw, 414 Christcastle was walloped badly, losing 3-nil to the Birmingham Bots and Tynedale City outlasted Navy Club 2-1.

Njiko RZN - Matchday 07
    Tynedale City 3–1 Athletic New Victoria
    Old Birmingham City 0–1 Navy Club
    Calix City FC 0–4 414 Christcastle
    A.C. Stonehenge 2–3 A.C. 317 Roses
    Battlebrook United 4–2 Fullham Rangers
    206 Mitche 5–3 Peachtree F.C.
    Saint Derby F.C. 2–2 Emerald Cove

Goals from all sides in Port Perrington as 206 Mitche outlasts a might attack from Peachtree F.C. as Peachtree scrambles to put forth a heavy attack late in the match - 206 Mitche goes on to win the game in a tense 5-3 match-up, giving two goals in the final ten minutes of the match – there’s still a steep learning curve for Ryan Purvoche, the nineteen year-old goalie who’s in charge of guarding between the bars, he’s been battered this season, and this game was no different, conceding three goals – the team will look to address some of these issues as soon as possible, he looks like he could be a great player if he solves some issues, it was quite a match for his team – they proved to be a great shining piece for him early on. Salomon Bundy is going to be a star in this league – he scored a brace, with a coal in the fourteenth and then another to ice the game in the 88th minute, giving the win to 206 Mitche – did you expect him to make such a hard impact so early in the season? We certainly didn’t, although it’s not too well perturbed, given what a good side he seems to have looked to mold himself out of – he’s been a one man wrecking machine, and its likely we see this Devontan as a schooling machine later into the season – sure you know 206 Mitche as the team that gets closer –and-closer but never cracks the top four, this could be the season, the ownership when off and brought in some internationals in hopes of bringing in the goals. Who will do it? We’ll only have to see, this could be the season fans have been waiting for. Are you jumping the bandwagon? On the other side of the scoreline lay a weakened side in Peachtree F.C., they seem to still be riding high – they’ve only fallen by one spot – down to third place, and as an expansion team, they’ve don stunningly well – we’re certainly not to down on their early run this season. This team could make a run this season, and of course, they were stomped on by A.C. Stonehenge, we’d be stunned if they challenge for the league crown – with the amount of money that has been pitched for the team – um, none. Peachtree F.C.’s players are mainly members they’ve brought in and kept since their academy days – it should serve to be a reminder, five seasons ago Peachtree F.C. was nearly relegated to the regional leagues and barely stayed afloat in RazenLeague 3, since selling the team to Office SuppliesPlus, the team has been able to rise up and simply turn the fortunes around. Now, it seems that Peachtree F.C. will be looking to fly high and gain much traction in the coming seasons, there was a time that Peachtree as a power was a laughingstock, so now, and it will be an even better future for the rest of the team and its looks. Now, as the season continues, how do you sustain this success that has fallen upon their laps? That’s the top question entering the minds of the team. Tynedale City doesn’t get enough credit for a mismatched destruction of Athletic New Victoria – bringing the curtains down as they fall apart. Old Birmingham City is unable to stop a quiet resurgences, as a 1-nil win for Navy Club gives reassurances to the government club. 414 Christcastle utterly destroys and blows up the entirety of Calix City, in a 4-nil drubbing, the Roses outlast and stunningly beat A.C. Stonehenge, not to the surprise of us however. Battlebrook fallows up and hits the Rangers with anota’ 4-2 loss, while Saint Derby and Emerald Cove each settle for a 2-2 draw.

Njiko RZN - Matchday 08
    Athletic New Victoria 1–0 Emerald Cove
    Peachtree F.C. 1–0 Saint Derby F.C.
    Fullham Rangers 2–1 206 Mitche
    A.C. 317 Roses 0–2 Battlebrook United
    414 Christcastle 1–4 A.C. Stonehenge
    Navy Club 0–0 Calix City FC
    Tynedale City 1–0 Old Birmingham City

The first fourth of the season ends up with the A.C. Stonehenge operating out of the first place chair with three points afloat above the other thirteen sides, the nods go to Christopher Tajo Mendez, one of the best managers in the business who easily has the team afloat – do we see him emerging and eventually winning a national title with the likes of the team that has been assembled? Of course, the Tajo Mendez-lead A.C. Stonehenge side is twice as good as last season’s assembled squad, even with the departure of the four great players that occupied the Stonehenge line-up, and they completed the first part of the season with a 4-1 whipping go 414 Christcastle, headed to Christaste’s Baron Galactic’s [blah-blah-blah] stadium, they were here on a mission, and the boosted their goal-scoring antics, as Raenthuria’s top squad went off on a rampage with stunning goals from Efrom Heartland, Kevin Fybber; it was quite a scoring show for the side. The overall feeling out of Stonehenge must be exciting, and there’s a lot of questions concerning if the side can really be kept down, they only upgraded from last season – the expanding gulf will only get bigger with the attacking skill and prowess they contain. There’s a lot of excitement coming out of this side, they’re written off as by far the most-complete team out of Njiko RZN, out this point cancel the season and crown A.C. Stonehenge as the national champions. Tajo Mendez will be dancing on teams as he prepares to lead the national team too, there’s a lot of footballing left, but it’s clear that a pre-determined league champion has been established. “It’s going to require a lot of hard work, but the process is just starting for us”, Gordon Heyward speaking to the crowd after the team’s tough loss, Heyward ends up with a side that is scrambling towards the relegation zone in a hurry – after a decent start, the team has hit a wall and is seemingly collapsing real quick now – there’s not too much to be surprised about coming out of Christcastle, this side was never the cream of the crop and its further highlighted now that they won’t be for a long time. After Guimave scored their lone goal in the 23rd minute, the game was just completely wasted for the side, they go down 4-1, leaving much roam for improvement in the future. As of now, Heyward’s side will enter in ninth place, still four places above the relegation zone, but, the end looks like it’s quickly coming towards the side – the bad play is starting to mount for the side who can’t keep managing on like this. There’s a splitting amongst the players, who seem to be a bit annoyed with the bad management that Heyward has done in the past two games. Don’t write them off yet, but they’re not headed in the right direction. Meanwhile, Athletic New Victoria back to winning ways, holding Emerald Cove scoreless with a 1-nil victory, similarly, Peachtree F.C. took a 1-nil win over Saint Derby. Fullham finally got their scoring on par, and took out 206 Mitche 2-1. Battlebrook United took out the Roses, 2-nil and Navy Club and Calix drew quietly. Tynedale City got their own win, with a 1-nil victory over Old Birmingham City.




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A.C. Stonehenge is by far and away the most-complete team out there, and that’s not going to change ever right now it seems. With Tajo Mendez leading from the bench, Stonehenge is poised to win the league likely, with their above and beyond manager and players who are going to craft t a winner over time. How do you right off the other teams without evaluating them you ask? Well, first – the roster that has been crafted by A.C. Stonehenge has packed with talent, the amount of power generated at the front leaves us stunned with the future of other teams.

---Njiko RZN  / R-415         Pld     W    D    L     GF    GA    GD    Pts 
1 A.C. Stonehenge 8 7 0 1 24 11 +13 21
2 Peachtree F.C. 8 5 1 2 17 12 +5 16
3 Tynedale City 8 4 2 2 14 14 0 14
4 Old Birmingham City 8 4 1 3 14 7 +7 13
5 Fullham Rangers 8 4 1 3 21 18 +3 13
6 Battlebrook United 8 3 3 2 16 16 0 12
7 Athletic New Victoria 8 3 2 3 10 11 −1 11
8 Emerald Cove 8 2 4 2 11 11 0 10
9 414 Christcastle 8 3 1 4 17 20 −3 10
10 A.C. 317 Roses 8 2 2 4 9 13 −4 8
11 206 Mitche 8 2 1 5 9 12 −3 7
12 Calix City FC 8 1 4 3 7 15 −8 7
13 Navy Club 8 1 3 4 9 13 −4 6
14 Saint Derby F.C. 8 1 3 4 14 19 −5 6


    Golden Boot: Image Tommy Cox-Jean - 11 (Athletic New Victoria)


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In the wake of Peachtree’s absence and their promotion to Njiko RZN, RazenLeague 2 has been very quiet in their new teams making their presence known, of course, early on it looks like its going to be a very busy season, and with twenty-four games still left to play, this season is far from over, but looking on right now, this season looks to be anyone’s game. There’s only two spots for promotion, so, Appelgate, Reading and Evberbran are competing heavily. Will FC Manitoba re-rise or not? That’s going to be an important question.

---RazenLeague 2 / R-415        Pld       W      D      L       GF      GA      GD      Pts 
1 Applegate City 8 5 2 1 22 17 +5 17
2 Reading Athletic 8 5 2 1 14 9 +5 17
3 Club Everbren 8 4 3 1 16 10 +6 15
4 Blue Coast 381 8 4 3 1 11 7 +4 15
5 North Hathmond 8 4 2 2 11 10 +1 14
6 Brookhaven Town 8 4 1 3 5 4 +1 13
7 Dragonpool 8 3 3 2 15 15 0 12
8 Astoriya Park Celtics 8 2 4 2 11 12 −1 10
9 Burnley Rovers S.C. 8 2 3 3 13 14 −1 9
10 Haverpool Dons 8 2 2 4 15 16 −1 8
11 Old York FC 8 2 2 4 14 16 −2 8
12 Sporting Elcmester 8 2 2 4 17 20 −3 8
13 FC Manitoba 8 2 2 4 16 19 −3 8
14 Triton Valley 8 2 1 5 9 13 −4 7
15 Rasen Remus 8 1 3 4 4 7 −3 6
16 F.C. Willingwood 8 0 5 3 8 12 −4 5


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An interesting start to the season – coming from the favorites in Warshire United – that’s Raidsboro United for those who forgot – there seems to be a bit of a stumbling and building block with all these new teams showing themselves after years of quietness. However, early on, this season looks really exciting and is quite open for any side, there’s going to be a big fight for the top position and we’re going to see a great season. Will Ten Mountains emerge as the victors? Look forward to some upsets before the regional leagues are below. In the end, six teams go down, who will they be.

---RazenLeague 3 / R-415                       Pld     W    D    L     GF    GA    GD    Pts 
1 Ten Mountains Mountaineers United F.C. 8 6 1 1 10 3 +7 19
2 Athletic Manchester 8 6 0 2 22 11 +11 18
3 A.C. Buckingstone 8 5 1 2 18 10 +8 16
4 F.C. Grandmore 8 5 0 3 11 8 +3 15
5 Brentbury Port 8 3 4 1 20 11 +9 13
6 F.C. Willmak Falls 8 4 1 3 11 7 +4 13
7 Illvermotny Pudwugees 8 4 1 3 8 10 −2 13
8 Warshire United F.C. 8 3 3 2 12 9 +3 12
9 AFC Querjiban 8 3 3 2 16 14 +2 12
10 Islingwood City 8 3 1 4 21 19 +2 10
11 Club Calix 8 3 1 4 14 19 −5 10
12 Ellingway Town 8 2 3 3 7 9 −2 9
13 Petersburg City 8 2 2 4 10 14 −4 8
14 Oakham City 8 2 1 5 14 18 −4 7
15 Foxbridge Wonderers 8 0 2 6 3 18 −15 2
16 North Hampton 8 0 2 6 5 22 −17 2





First Division (North)

---RaznLeague -1DN / R-415    Pld     W    D    L     GF    GA    GD    Pts 
1 Limingshire Fire 14 10 4 0 36 23 +13 34
2 Freston F.C. 14 7 6 1 33 18 +15 27
3 Eventry 14 7 5 2 41 28 +13 26
4 F.C. Ellingvern 14 8 2 4 27 18 +9 26
5 AFC Yorkcaster 14 7 5 2 30 23 +7 26
6 Clube de Calix S.C. 14 6 6 2 33 23 +10 24
7 Rivernest City 14 7 3 4 27 22 +5 24
8 Ravencourt Pillagers 14 7 2 5 30 21 +9 23
9 East Roding F.C. 14 6 2 6 24 27 −3 20
10 Sabrook City F.C. 14 3 5 6 21 30 −9 14
11 Angels of Rockdover 14 4 2 8 24 34 −10 14
12 Allerminister 14 3 3 8 28 33 −5 12
13 City of Hampdover 14 1 5 8 15 28 −13 8
14 Islingwood United 14 1 5 8 13 32 −19 8
15 Horsbrook Patties 14 0 1 13 8 30 −22 1


First Division (South)

---RazenLeague -1DS / R-415   Pld     W    D    L     GF    GA    GD    Pts 
1 F.C. Dursley 14 9 3 2 37 23 +14 30
2 A.C. Gloucaster 14 7 3 4 31 29 +2 24
3 Readsent City 14 7 2 5 26 23 +3 23
4 Firewall 14 6 4 4 32 26 +6 22
5 Harstead South End 14 6 4 4 24 22 +2 22
6 Maywell County 14 6 4 4 25 24 +1 22
7 Athletic Calix 14 5 5 4 33 31 +2 20
8 Trenchmont Landing 14 5 5 4 26 26 0 20
9 Stamlo City 14 4 7 3 24 22 +2 19
10 Litchmont Road 14 5 3 6 23 26 −3 18
11 Everdeen Tynedale 14 4 4 6 24 28 −4 16
12 S.C. Richwood 14 3 5 6 30 39 −9 14
13 Greengate F.C. 14 3 4 7 25 27 −2 13
14 F.C. Dolverhampton 14 2 6 6 29 34 −5 12
15 Qurengard City 14 3 1 10 27 36 −9 10


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The Cup of the Raza, known officially as All-Razenthuria National Football Invitational, is an annual knockout football competition in intersex domestic Razen football. First played during the R-402 season, it is the oldest association football competition in Razenthuria and one of the most storied It is organized by the Razen Football Authority, Razenthruia'a highest governing body of association football.
    Cup of the Raza / R-415
    Upsets in bold
    Wicklow County Parishers (1FDS) 0–1 Brookhaven FC (RL2)
    Fullham Rangers (RZN) 0–0 Islingwood City (RL3) (0–0 AET) (1–3 pen.)
    A.C. Stonehenge (RZN) 1–1 Qurengard City (1FDS) (1–1 AET) (6–5 pen.)
    Greengate F.C. (1FDS) 4–4 Everdeen Tynedale (1FDS) (5–4 AET)
    206 Mitche (RZN) 1–3 A.C. 317 Roses (RZN)
    Tynedale City (RZN) 0–0 Saint Derby F.C. (RZN) (1–1 AET) (10–11 pen.)
    Capital City Club (RL2) 0–0 Old Birmingham City (RZN) (0–0 AET) (6–7 pen.)
    F.C. Ellingvern (1FDN) 0–1 Blue Coast 381 (RL2)
    Emerald Cove (RZN) 0–0 Burnley Rovers SC (RL2) (0–1 AET)
    Stamlow Abbey (1FDS) 0–0 Ten Mountains Mountaineers (RL3) (0–1 AET)
    Astoriya Park Celtics (RL2) 3–3 North Hampton (RL3) (3–3 AET) (4–3 pen.)
    Peachtree F.C. (RZN) 1–0 AFC Yorkcaster (1FDN)
    Ravencourt Pillagers (1FDN) 0–1 F.C. Grandmore (RL3)
    Applegate City (RL2) 3–0 Trenchmont Landing (1FDS)
    Angels of Rockdover (1FDN) 0–0 Limingshire Fire (1FDN) (1–0 AET)
    Maywell County (1FDS) 0–1 City of Hampdover (1FDN)
    Triton Valley (RL2) 5–3 F.C. Aretha Park (RL3)
    Rasen Remus (RL2) 0–3 Haverpool Dons (RL2)
    Sporting Elcmester (RL2) 4–2 Islingwood United (1FDN)
    Illvermorny Pudwugees (RL3) 2–0 Athletic Calix (1FDS)
    Oakham City (RL3) 3–2 F.C. Dursley (1FDS)
    East Roding F.C. (1FDN) 0–3 Navy Club (RZN)
    414 Christcastle (RZN) 0–1 North Hathmond (RL2)
    Litchmont Road (1FDS) 0–2 Sanbrook City F.C. (1FDN)
    Club Calix (RL3) 7–3 Freston F.C. (1FDN)
    Warshire United F.C. (RL3) 2–5 Battlebrook United (RZN)
    Athletic Manchester (RL3) 2–2 Club Everbren (RL2) (2–2 AET) (3–2 pen.)
    Athletic New Victoria (RZN) 2–0 Thornstern Institute (RPO-1)
    F.C. Willingwood (RL2) 1–0 Firewall (1FDS)
    A.C. Buckingstone (RL3) 2–2 AFC Querjiban (RL3) (2–2 AET) (4–5 pen.)
    Reading Athletic (RL2) 3–2 Foxbridge Wonderers (RL3)
    Calix City FC (RZN) 2–1 FC Manitoba (RL2)
    Brentbury Port (RL2) 1–0 Harstead South End (1FDS)
    Allerminister (1FDN) 2–3 A.C. Perrington (RL3)
    S.C. RIchwood (1FDS) 1–0 Horsbrook Patties (1FDN)
    Ellingway Town (RL3) 2–4 Old York FC (RL2)
    Clube de Calix F.C. (1FDN) 2–0 Readsent City (1FDS)
    A.C. Gloucaster (1FDS) 0–3 Welshton Rovers (RL2)
    Rivernest City (1FDN) 0–4 Dragoonpool (RL2)
    F.C. Dolverhampton (1FDS) 1–2 Eventry (1FDN)
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