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Postby Squornshelan Remnant States » Mon Sep 24, 2018 2:48 pm

OOC: This will begin as a hub for domestic football leagues in the Squornshelan Remnant States. Future results and updates will be posted here. In time I hope to expand it to include other things as well (an ice hockey league is a rather distant second on my to do list after I tackle the massive task of creating and uploading 96 jerseys). The only posts in this thread should be made by me or by mods.

Squornshelan Confederate Football Association Competitions:
Leagues:
Super League16 Teams
League 116 Teams
League 216 Teams
League 316 Teams


Confederacy Cup
Format: Using the previous year's standings, a qualifying round consisting of the eight lowest finishers in League 3 (for Season 3, a random draw was held) is played. The winners advance to the first round, where the all remaining teams except the top four finishers in the Super League enter the tournament. A seeded draw is held, with Super League and League 1 teams drawn against League 2 and League 3 teams. In the second round, the last four teams enter, and a random draw is held, with the exception that the top four may not be drawn against each other. Another random draw is held prior to the Round of Sixteen, at which point the tournament bracket is fixed. All round with the exception of the Final consist of a two-legged home-and-home series, with the team drawn first hosting the first leg.

History:
Superleague:
ChampionRunner-Up2nd Runner-Up3rd Runner-Up
Year 1N/AN/AN/AN/A
Year 2N/AN/AN/AN/A
Year 3Brantisvogan FCMegabrantid SCAlgolia ACTraal Athletics
Year 4Syneca ACChalesm FCTraal AthleticsAlgolia AC
Year 5Megabrantid SCYassacaSyneca ACAlgolia AC
Year 6Chalesm FCSyneca ACMegabrantid SCFC Yassaca

League 1:
ChampionRunner-Up2nd Runner-Up3rd Runner-Up
Year 1Traal AthleticsLublova RedsInterblag FCAlgolia AC
Year 2Algolia ACBrantisvogan FCTraal AthleticsDamogran FC
Year 3FC HenshaSyneca ACSporting JaglanFC Sjerezo
Year 4Viltvodle CityBrasta FCHan Dold CitySivolvia Central
Year 5Interblag FCArkintoofle UnitedFC HenshaWavel AC
Year 6Olympia ArkintoofleAC DamogranUFC FlamarionWavel AC

League 2:
ChampionRunner-Up2nd Runner-Up3rd Runner-Up
Year 1AC DamogranSivoliva CACDynamo BardjovArkintoofle United
Year 2Golgafrincham CityTraktor GryrorikSporting JaglanCanyons AC
Year 3Lokomotiv DzreboUFC FlamarionRudlit MinersFlania Traal
Year 4Traktor GryrorikFlamarion CityZarss PortersFlania Traal
Year 5Flania ZarssFlania TraalVassilian CityCanyons AC
Year 6Rudlit RoversRudlit MinersGolgafrincham CityCanyons AC

League 3:
ChampionRunner-Up2nd Runner-Up3rd Runner-Up
Year 1N/AN/AN/AN/A
Year 2N/AN/AN/AN/A
Year 3Szlachta LutenblagAvangard SlagvecGIM BearsOrenfeld AC
Year 4Revolution ChalesmOrenfeldHrund ACLizelia
Year 5Hrund ACRennerby TownAvangard SlagvecGachikovo FC
Year 6Halfarian FCAvangrad SlagvecGranant RoversMukjus Power FC

Cups:
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Confederacy Cup ChampionConfederacy Cup Runner-UpSuper Cup ChampionSuper Cup Runner Up
Year 1Traal AthleticsLublova RedsN/AN/A
Year 2Megabrantid SCJaglan RoyalsN/AN/A
Year 3Traal AthleticsAlgolia ACAlgolia ACMegabrantid SC
Year 4Viltvodle UnitedSyneca ACTraal AthleticsBrantisvogan
Year 5Wavel RangersSjerezo FCSyneca ACViltvodle United
Year 6Jaglan RoyalsDamogran FCMegabrantid SCWavel Rangers



SCFA Member Clubs:

Algolia Athletic Club
One of the oldest clubs in the confederacy, Algolia has been around since well before the war. In the old days, it was seen more as the team of the upper class of Damogran, and in the years following the war, its supporters were often seen as sympathetic to the Imperium. Algolia supporters are more likely to be from the eastern and northern suburbs of Damogran, and a slight income disparity between them and supporters of the other big Damogran clubs remains, fueling resentment.
City: Damogran, Algolia
Colors: Green (#43BA1B), Grey (#727238)
Abbreviation: AAC
League Titles: 1
Cup Titles: 0
Best Finish: Champions, League 1
Major Rivals: Damogran FC, AC Damogran
Minor Rivals: Jaglan Royals, Emerald Coast, FC Hunian

Olympia Arkintoofle
Olympia were founded not long before the war by the Imperial mayor. Accordingly, they were hated by most of the Confederacy, and have not been wholly able to shake off the association with far-right groups and authoritarianism, especially since some of their ultras groups are known for chants and banners that are politically incorrect to say the least (the club has banned several of these groups from matches but they often find ways to sneak in). Despite all this, their support is strong in and around Arkintoofle.
City: Arkintoofle, Megabrantis
Colors: Navy (#000040), Orange (#FF8040)
Abbreviation: OA
League Titles: 0
Cup Titles: 0
Best Finish: 5th, League 1
Major Rivals: Arkintoofle United, Megabrantid SC
Minor Rivals: UFC Flamarion, Golgafrincham City, Chalesm FC, Brantisvogan FC

Arkintoofle United Football Club
The original Arkintoofle United fell apart during the chaos of the war. They were never a particularly good club, but had a fair amount of history. The current incarnation was refounded by a prominent group of Arkintoofle citizens, and has enjoyed some modest success, but has yet to break into to the top level of SCFA football. Ark U are usually fairly popular among neutrals, many of whom would like to see them supplant Olympia as the city's best team.
City: Arkintoofle, Megabrantis
Colors: Teal (#008080), Black
Abbreviation: ARK U
League Titles: 0
Cup Titles: 0
Best Finish: 4th, League 2
Major Rivals: Olympia Arkintoofle, Golgafrincham City
Minor Rivals: FC Hensha, Hensha Rockets, UFC Flamarion, Flamarion City

Dynamo Bardjov
Located in the capital of Molvania's Eastern province, Dynamo Bardjov are a quintessential Molvanian club. Overshadowed by their provincial neighbors, Lublova Reds, they are a team that will often enjoy a few good years based on homegrown talent before inevitably receding as those players are bought up by richer clubs. They contest a spirited three way rivalry known as the Steppe Cup with Dynamo Lublova and Lokomotiv Dzrebo.
City: Bardjov, Molvania
Colors: Navy (#000064), Mauve-Taupe (#915F6D)
Abbreviation: BARD
League Titles:
Cup Titles:
Best Finish: 3rd, League 2
Major Rivals: Dynamo Lublova, Lokomotiv Dzrebo
Minor Rivals: Lublova Reds, Interblag FC

Brantid Railways Athletic Club
Originally founded by rail workers, little remains of that time at Railways except the name and imagery. That and a train horn that blares loudly whenever they score goals at home. They have carved out a niche fanbase in Brantisvogan, and retain a lot of their old blue-color image, despite the fact that most of their fanbase these days could be described as hipsters and yuppies.
City: Brantisvogan, Megabrantis
Colors: Red (#AA0000), Orange (#FF8040)
Abbreviation: RAILS
League Titles:
Cup Titles:
Best Finish: 10th, League 2
Major Rivals: Megabrantid SC, Brantisvogan FC
Minor Rivals: Revolution Chalesm, Chalesm FC

Brantisvogan Football Club
BFC are a very wealthy and well-supported club with a long history. Their original association was with the upper class, particularly the ruling elite in the days when Brantisvogan was the capital of West Squornshelous. In fact, until the war, the Imperial Viceroy held an honorary position as club president by tradition. While this old association is often brought up by opposing fans, the modern fanbase spans a broad cross-section of Brantids, and the real reason for resentment is more likely the club's consistent success.
City: Brantisvogan, Megabrantis
Colors: Red (#E80000), Black, White
Abbreviation: BRANT
League Titles: 0
Cup Titles: 0
Best Finish: 2nd, League 1
Major Rivals: Megabrantid SC, Chalesm FC
Minor Rivals: Railways AC, Revolution Chalesm

Brasta Football Club
City: Brasta, Sivolvia
Colors: Gold (#A4A41C), Black, Grey (#505050)
Abbreviation: BRAST
League 1 Titles: 0
League 2 Titles: 0
Cup Titles: 0
Best Finish: 17th, League 1
Major Rivals: Syneca AC
Minor Rivals: FC Syneca, Sivolvia CAC, FC Yassaca

Canyons Athletic Club
Canyons has a reputation as a club for hippies and hyperenvironmental nutjobs which is not entirely undeserved. It's a fashionable jersey to be seen wearing if you're a conservation-minded celebrity, but their real fanbase is rather smallish, vastly outnumbered by HDC FC supporters. Canyons have neither long tradition nor great riches, but are usually a decent lower league team.
City: Han Dold City, Han Dold
Colors: Rust (#B7410E), Green (#00912C)
Abbreviation: CNYN
League Titles: 0
Cup Titles: 0
Best Finish: 4th, League 2
Major Rivals: HD City FC
Minor Rivals: Wavel AC, Wavel Rangers, Porters FC

Chalesm Football Club
Chalesm is another very, very old club with a long tradition of excellence. As the biggest club in the new capital, they are natural rivals of Brantisvogan, and the Capital Derby is one of the highlights of the SCFA season.
City: Chalesm, Megabrantis
Colors: Blue (#2424FF), White
Abbreviation: CHAL
League Titles: 0
Cup Titles: 0
Best Finish: 6th, League 1
Major Rivals: Brantisvogan FC, Megabrantid SC
Minor Rivals: Revolution Chalesm, Railways AC,

Revolution Chalesm
Revolution, founded by socially minded war veterans, have a reputation more than any other team for being the club of the far left. The Sky and Navy in the stands are often augmented by rainbow flags, and banners bearing the colors of other socially progressive movements. On the field, the Revs have a reputation as an upset minded club that teeters on the brink of breaking into the top flight, but never quite makes it.
City: Chalesm, Megabrantis
Colors: Sky Blue (#80FFFF), Navy Blue (#000040)
Abbreviation: REV
League Titles: 0
Cup Titles: 0
Best Finish: 7th, League 2
Major Rivals: Chalesm FC, Railways AC
Minor Rivals: Brantisvogan FC, Megabrantid AC

Athletic Club of Damogran
The smallest of the three big Damogran clubs, Athletic are nearly as old as the other two, but nowhere near as wealthy. They were founded by a former owner and manager of Damogran FC, and so have a strong rivalry with that team. Their fanbase is mostly to be found in metropolitan Damogran, and they retain the image of a blue-collar team supported mostly by left-wing urban workers. This leads to fairly vicious matches against Algolia AC, though their fans probably care more about beating Damo FC.
City: Damogran, Algolia
Colors: Purple (#4B004B), Orange (#FF8000)
Abbreviation: ACD
League Titles: 1
Cup Titles: 0
Best Finish: 13th, League 1
Major Rivals: Damogran FC, Algolia AC
Minor RIvals: Jaglan Royals, Sporting Jaglan, Vassilian City

Damogran Football Club
The other of the big Damogran clubs, Damo FC as they are often called are rich in tradition and in currency. While in their old days they were more of a lower-class club, greatly improved income equality since the war has lessened that distinction. Damo FC are the best-supported club in Damogran, and in Algolia as a whole, and their fanbase today comes from all walks of life.
City: Damogran, Algolia
Colors: Black, White
Abbreviation: DFC
League Titles: 0
Cup Titles: 0
Best Finish: 4th, League 1
Major Rivals: Algolia AC, AC Damogran, Jaglan Royals
Minor Rivals: Emerald Coast, FC Hunian

Lokomotiv Dzrebo
Lokomotiv are another fairly typical Molvanian club.
City: Dzrebo, Molvania
Colors: Blue (#0040A0), Black
Abbreviation: DZRB
League Titles: 0
Cup Titles: 0
Best Finish: 22nd, League 2
Major Rivals: Dynamo Bardjov, Dynamo Lublova
Minor Rivals: Lublova Reds, Molvania Lutenblag

Emerald Coast Athletic Club
City: Vassilian, Algolia
Colors: Green (#00BF00), Orange (#FF80000)
Abbreviation: COAST
League Titles: 0
Cup Titles: 0
Best Finish: 14th, League 1
Major Rivals: Algolia AC, Vassilian City, FC Hunian
Minor Rivals: Jaglan Royals, AC Damogran, Damogran FC

Flamarion City Football Club
City: Flamarion, Megabrantis
Colors: Purple (#400060), Purple (#8000FF)
Abbreviation: FCFC
League Titles: 0
Cup Titles: 0
Best Finish: 15th, League 2
Major Rivals: UFC Flamarion
Minor Rivals: Arkintoofle United, Hensha Rockets, FC Syneca

United Football Club of Flamarion
City: Flamarion, Megabrantis
Colors: Red (#D50000), Teal (#008080)
Abbreviation: UFCF
League Titles: 0
Cup Titles: 0
Best Finish: 24th, League 1
Major Rivals: Flamarion City
Minor Rivals: Golgafrincham City, FC Hensha, Hensha Rockets

Golgafrincham City Football Club
City: Golgafrincham, Megabrantis
Colors: Sea Green (#00FF80), Purple (#8000FF)
Abbreviation: GOLG
League Titles: 1
Cup Titles: 0
Best Finish: 23rd, League 1
Major Rivals: Arkintoofle United, UFC Flamarion, Flamarion City
Minor Rivals: Hensha Rockets, FC Hensha, Olympia Arkintoofle

Traktor Gryrorik
Located in the lake country of central Molvania, Gryrorik is a relatively small city driven by an odd mixture of agriculture and heavy industry. Their club colors evoke green grass and blue water, but grey is the prevailing color through most of the city, which remained enamored with concrete brutalism far longer than was probably advisable.
City: Gryrorik, Molvania
Colors: Blue (#0073CF), Green (#004000)
Abbreviation: GRY
League Titles: 0
Cup Titles: 0
Best Finish: 2nd, League 2
Major Rivals: Molvania Lutenblag, Interblag FC
Minor Rivals: Svetranj United, Olympia Sasava

Han Dold City FC
Han Dold City are a middle of the pack type team renowned for the outrageous behavior of their fans, who are known for impossibly loud chants, and outrageous stunts at tailgate and match-watching parties. A match without at least a dozen folding-table related hospitalizations is a dull affair in Han Dold City.
City: Han Dold City, Han Dold
Colors: Blue (#1E20FF), Black
Abbreviation: HDC
League Titles: 0
Cup Titles: 0
Best Finish: 15th, League 1
Major Rivals: Wavel Rangers
Minor Rivals: Canyons FC, Wavel FC, FC Hensha

Football Club of Hensha
City: Hensha, Megabrantis
Colors: Blue (#3D3DCC), Navy (#000040)
Abbreviation: HENSH
League Titles: 0
Cup Titles: 0
Best Finish: 21st, League 1
Major Rivals: UFC Flamarion, Golgafrincham City
Minor Rivals: Hensha Rockets, Han Dold City FC, Arkintoofle United, Flamarion City

Hensha Rockets
City: Hensha, Megabrantis
Colors: Red (#800000), Dark Red (#400000), White
Abbreviation: ROCK
League Titles: 0
Cup Titles: 0
Best Finish: 13th, League 2
Major Rivals: FC Hensha, Golgafrincham City
Minor Rivals: UFC Flamarion, Flamarion City, Arkintoofle United,

Hrund Athletic Club
City: Hrund, West Flania
Colors: Green (#006A35), Black
Abbreviation: HRUND
League Titles: 0
Cup Titles: 0
Best Finish: 17th, League 2
Major Rivals: Porters FC
Minor Rivals: Flania Zarss, Flania Traal, Rudlit Miners, Rudlit Rovers

Football Club of Hunian
City: Hunian, Algolia
Colors: Lime(#80FF00), Black
Abbreviation: HUN
League Titles: 0
Cup Titles: 0
Best Finish: 15th, League 1
Major Rivals: Damogran FC, Emerald Coast, Vassilian City
Minor Rivals: Jaglan Royals, AC Damogran

Interblag Football Club
Molvania's oldest and best-supported club is frequently in the news for non-footballing reasons. It's ownership and management is frequently a quagmire of corruption, nepotism, and ties to organized crime, and the club's financial records always seem to be of great interest to the CPB. On the field it's feast and famine, as the club's murky finances mean a lack of roster stability, wild swings in quality from year to year, and frequent transfer window fire sales. They contest the Molvanian Derby with Lublova Reds.
City: Lutenblag, Molvania
Colors: Blue (#004080), White
Abbreviation: INTER
League Titles:
Cup Titles:
Best Finish: 3rd, League 1
Major Rivals: Lublova Reds
Minor Rivals: Molvania Lutenblag, Dynamo Bardjov, FC Sjerezo

Jaglan Royal Football Club
Founded well before the war, Royals original patron was the king of Algolia, who was briefly allowed to keep a ceremonial title after Imperial annexation of his kingdom. They are perhaps the only old, upper-class club in the Confederacy that has little to no association in the minds of fans with the old Imperial regime. Given how rich Algolia is in football tradition, Royals have a number of high profile rivalries, including the Royal Derby against Algolia AC, and the Algolian Derby against Damogran FC. Their cross-town clash against Sporting is slightly lower profile due to the difference in class between the clubs.
City: Jaglan, Algolia
Colors: Navy (#000040), Gold (#808000)
Abbreviation: JAG
League Titles: 0
Cup Titles: 0
Best Finish: 6th, League 1
Major Rival: Algolia AC, Damogran FC
Minor Rivals: Sporting Jaglan, AC Damogran, Vassilian City

Sporting Club of Jaglan
City: Jaglan, Algolia
Colors: Green (#004000), Red (#FF0000)
Abbreviation: SCJ
League Titles: 0
Cup Titles: 0
Best Finish: 3rd, League 2
Major Rivals: Vassilian City, Jaglan Royals, AC Damogran
Minor Rivals: FC Hunian, Emerald Coast

Dynamo Lublova
By far the smaller of Lublova's two clubs, Dynamo care much more about beating Reds than the other way around, but their main rivals are Dzrebo and Bardjov, since Dynamo and Reds are rarely at the same level of competition.
City: Lublova, Molvania
Colors: Gold (#808000), Black
Abbreviation: DL
League Titles: 0
Cup Titles: 0
Best Finish: 13th, League 2
Major Rivals: Lokomotiv Dzrebo, Dynamo Bardjov
Minor Rivals: Lublova Reds

Lublova Reds Football Club
Molvania's second team, the Reds are a more consistent, less complicated club than Interblag, their biggest rival. Their supporters are known as heavy drinkers, but generally hooliganism is minimal. If any club can break free of the unfortunate Molvanian cycle of raising talent and the selling it off due to financial troubles, it will be Reds.
City: Lublova, Molvania
Colors: Red (#FF1A1A), White
Abbreviation: REDS
League Titles: 0
Cup Titles: 0
Best Finish: 2nd, League 1
Major Rivals: Interblag FC, Dynamo Lublova, Dynamo Bardjov
Minor Rivals: FC Sjerezo

Molvania Lutenblag
Molvania Lutenblag are fucking terrible.
City: Lutenblag, Molvania
Colors: Red (#D50000), Yellow (#D5D500)
Abbreviation: LUT
League Titles: 0
Cup Titles: 0
Best Finish: 24th, League 2
Major Rivals: Traktro Gryrorik, Interblag FC
Minor Rivals: Olympia Sasava

Megabrantid Sports Club
MSC lack the long history of their biggest rivals, Chalesm and Brantisvogan, but make up for it with massive amounts of money. Bankrolled by the Confederacy's biggest financial conglomerate, Megabrantid United Financial, they have bought their way into the top flight of the SCFA, and look to be there to stay, as when the chips are down, they can out-spend any other club in the Confederacy.
Abbreviation: MSC
City: Brantisvogan, Megabrantis
Colors: Grey (#808080 & #555555), Blue (#000080), Red (#9F0000)
League Titles: 0
Cup Titles: 1
Best Finish: 8th, League 1
Major Rivals: Brantisvogan FC, Chalesm FC
Minor Rivals: Railways AC, Revolution Chalesm

Rudlit Miners
In Rudlit, there is no white collar vs blue collar football rivalry because it is a town essentially without a white collar, nearly everyone is employed either in mining somehow, or in processing other raw materials derived from the region's abundant forests. The former group generally supports the Miners, while the latter supports the Rovers. The rivalry is spirited, but generally pretty friendly. Rudlitters will argue vehemently during the match, but then go for drinks together afterward, and they are united by their strong dislike of both Traal teams.
City: Rudlit, East Flania
Colors: Black, Grey (#5F5F5F), White
Abbreviation: RM
League Titles: 0
Cup Titles: 0
Best Finish: 18th, League 2
Major Rivals: Rudlit Rovers
Minor Rivals: Flania Traal, Traal Athletics, Hrund AC

Rudlit Rovers
See Rudlit Miners above.
City: Rudlit, East Flania
Colors: Red (#FF0000), Blue (#000080), Dark Red (#800000)
Abbreviation: RR
League Titles: 0
Cup Titles: 0
Best Finish: 8th, League 2
Major Rivals: Rudlit Miners
Minor Rivals: Flania Traal, Traal Athletics, Hrund AC

Olympia Sasava
City: Sasava, Molvania
Colors: Lavender (#8080C0), Dark Red (400000), Black
Abbreviation: SSV
League Titles: 0
Cup Titles: 0
Best Finish: 17th, League 2
Major Rivals: Svetranj United, FC Sjerezo
Minor Rivals Molvania Lutenblag

Sivolvia Central Athletic Club
City: Yassaca, Sivolvia
Colors: Green (#009500), Gold (#D5D500)
Abbreviation: SCAC
League Titles: 0
Cup Titles: 0
Best Finish: 23rd, League 1
Major Rivals: Yassaca FC
Minor Rivals: FC Hensha

FC Sjerezo
City: Sjerezo, Molvania
Colors: Black, Red (#D50000), White
Abbreviation: SJZ
League Titles: 0
Cup Titles: 0
Best Finish: 20th, League 1
Major Rivals: Traktor Gryrorik, Olympia Sasava
Minor Rivals: Interblag FC, Lublova Reds, Svetranj United

Svetranj United
City: Svetranj, Molvania
Colors: Green (#006000), Orange (#FF8040)
Abbreviation: SVET
League Titles: 0
Cup Titles: 0
Best Finish: 5th, League 2
Major Rivals: Olympia Sasava, FC Sjerezo
Minor Rivals: Traktor Gryrorik

Syneca Athletic Club
City: Syneca, Sivolvia
Colors: Green (#004000), Gold (#BEA701)
Abbreviation: SAC
League Titles: 0
Cup Titles: 0
Best Finish: 16th, League 1
Major Rivals: FC Syneca, Yassaca FC
Minor Rivals: Brasta FC

Football Club of Syneca
City: Syneca, Sivolvia
Colors: Blue (#000080), Lime (#80FF00)
Abbreviation: FCS
League Titles: 0
Cup Titles: 0
Best Finish: 10th, League 2
Major Rivals: Syneca AC, Sivoliva CAC
Minor Rivals: Brasta FC, FC Yassaca

Traal Athletics
Traal is not an easy place to live. The harbor is icebound over half of the year, and the retractable roof of the Arena Estflania end ups closed more often than not. Despite that, Traal Athletics has survived as a club since well before the war, and is thriving today, due in large part to an excellent scouting department and a front office that maintains good business relationships with other teams around the country. Accordingly, Traal is often able both to identify young talent in lower league, as well as securing transfer agreements with those clubs. Often, Traal reciprocates by sending its own developing talent out on loan deals to teams it has bought players from.
City: Traal, East Flania
Colors: Burgundy (#800010), Sky Blue (#0080FF)
Abbreviation: TRAAL
Manager: Lopal Daror
League Titles: 1
Cup Titles: 1
Best Finish: Champions, League 1
Major Rivals: Flania Zarss, Flania Traal
Minor Rivals: Damogran FC, Brantisvogan FC, Algolia AC

Flania Traal
City: Traal, East Flania
Colors: Navy (#000040), Grey (#808080)
Abbreviation: FT
League Titles: 0
Cup Titles: 0
Best Finish: 22nd, League 2
Major Rivals: Traal Athletics, Flania Zarss
Minor Rivals: Rudlit Miners, Rudlit Rovers, Zarss Porters

Vassilian City Football Club
City: Vassilian, Algolia
Colors: Pink (#FF80C0), Black
Abbreviation: VASS
League Titles: 0
Cup Titles: 0
Major Rivals: Emerald Coast, FC Hunian, Sporting Jaglan
Minor Rivals: Algolia AC, AC Damogran
Best Finish: 8th, League 2

Viltvodle City Football Club
The Viltvodle Derby is probably the biggest intra-city rivalry in the SCFA. Both City and United have approximately the same level of support, and are at the same level of class most years.
City: Viltvodle, Megabrantis
Colors: Blue (#00509F), Green (#008000), Grey (#808080)
Abbreviation: VC
League Titles: 0
Cup Titles: 0
Best Finish: 7th, League 1
Major Rivals: Viltvodle United
Minor Rivals: Olympia Arkintoofle, Brantisvogan FC, UFC Flamarion

Viltvodle United Football Club
The Viltvodle Derby is probably the biggest intra-city rivalry in the SCFA. Both City and United have approximately the same level of support, and are at the same level of class most years.
City: Viltvodle, Megabrantis
Colors: Purple (#800080), Yellow (#FFFF80)
Abbreviation: VU
League 1 Titles: 0
Cup Titles: 0
Best Finish: 8th, League 1
Major Rivals: Viltvodle City
Minor Rivals: Olympia Arkintoofle, Golgafrincham, Chalesm FC

Wavel Athletic Club
City: Han Wavel, Han Dold
Colors: Green (#004000), Yellow (#FFFF6A)
Abbreviation: WAC
League Titles: 0
Cup Titles: 0
Best Finish: 7th, League 2
Major Rivals: Wavel Rangers, Canyons FC
Minor Rivals: Zarss Porters, HDC FC

Wavel Rangers Football Club
City: Han Wavel, Han Dold
Colors: Sky Blue (#87CEEB), Russet (#804000)
Abbreviation: WR
League Titles: 0
Cup Titles: 0
Best Finish: 18th, League 1
Major RIvals: Han Dold City FC, Wavel FC
Minor Rivals: Canyons FC

Football Club of Yassaca
City: Yassaca, Sivolvia
Colors: Orange (#FF8000), Grey (#5F5F5F)
Abbreviation: YASS
League Titles: 0
Cup Titles: 0
Best Finish: 11th, League 1
Major Rivals: Brasta FC, Syneca AC, Sivolvia CAC
Minor Rivals: FC Syneca

Flania Zarss
City: Zarss, West Flania
Colors: Forest Green (#004000), Kelly Green (#00AA00)
Abbreviation: ZARSS
League 1 Titles: 0
League 2 Titles: 0
Cup Titles: 0
Best Finish: 22nd, League 1
Major Rivals: Zarss Porters, Traal Athletics
Minor Rivals: Hrund FC

Zarss Porters AC
The very definition of a blue collar club, founded by dock workers, for dock workers, their colors are derived from those of the Zarss Port Authority. Their modest finances make it difficult for them to retain talent for very long, but they do have a good youth academy, and are generally regarded as one of the better teams in League 2 at identifying and developing talent.
City: Zarss, West Flania
Colors: Purple (#400040), Viridian Blue (#408080)
Abbreviation: PORT
League Titles: 0
Cup Titles: 0
Best Finish: 11th, League 2
Major Rivals: Hrund AC, Flania Zarss
Minor Rivals: Flania Traal, Wavel FC
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Trigram: SRS
KPB Ranking: 14.68 (49th)
World Cup:
Did not Qualify: WC81, WC82, WC83, WC84, WC85
Cup of Harmony:
Quarterfinalist: CoH73, CoH75
Second Round: CoH74
First Round: CoH76, CoH77
IAC:
Third Place: IAC8
Second Round: IAC6, IAC7
Other:
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SCFA Season 1 Results

Postby Squornshelan Remnant States » Sun Nov 04, 2018 9:20 am

OOC: Reposted from IDSN thread.

League 1:
-  Team                   Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts                                                                                                               
1 Traal Athletics 46 28 10 8 76 44 +32 94
2 Lublova Reds FC 46 27 10 9 87 55 +32 91
3 Interblag FC 46 24 15 7 77 48 +29 87
4 Algolia AC 46 24 14 8 83 48 +35 86
5 Olympia Arkintoofle 46 26 8 12 74 49 +25 86
6 Chalesm FC 46 24 8 14 92 68 +24 80
7 Damogran FC 46 23 10 13 85 60 +25 79
8 Viltvodle United 46 20 12 14 77 63 +14 72
9 Jaglan Royals FC 46 20 11 15 71 58 +13 71
10 Megabrantid SC 46 20 11 15 75 63 +12 71
11 Viltvodle City 46 20 9 17 71 66 +5 69
12 Brantisvogan FC 46 19 8 19 81 80 +1 65
13 FC Yassaca 46 18 10 18 62 62 0 64
14 Emerald Coast AC 46 16 9 21 59 80 −21 57
15 FC Hunian 46 14 11 21 63 78 −15 53
16 Syneca AC 46 14 10 22 62 75 −13 52
17 Brasta FC 46 13 12 21 56 71 −15 51
18 Wavel Rangers FC 46 12 12 22 51 67 −16 48
19 Han Dold City FC 46 13 9 24 67 86 −19 48
20 FC Sjerezo 46 11 11 24 54 81 −27 44
21 FC Hensha 46 11 10 25 55 79 −24 43
22 Flania Zarss 46 12 7 27 59 93 −34 43
23 Golgafrincham City 46 11 9 26 51 80 −29 42
24 UFC Flamarion 46 10 8 28 46 80 −34 38


MD 1:
Han Dold City FC 1–1 Flania Zarss
Brantisvogan FC 1–2 Viltvodle City
FC Yassaca 0–1 Traal Athletics
Brasta FC 4–1 FC Sjerezo
Algolia AC 2–0 Olympia Arkintoofle
Golgafrincham City 4–3 UFC Flamarion
FC Hunian 1–2 Chalesm FC
Viltvodle United 3–3 FC Hensha
Damogran FC 2–0 Megabrantid SC
Lublova Reds FC 1–0 Wavel Rangers FC
Syneca AC 0–0 Interblag FC
Emerald Coast AC 0–1 Jaglan Royals FC

MD 2:
Flania Zarss 2–2 Jaglan Royals FC
Interblag FC 4–1 Emerald Coast AC
Wavel Rangers FC 2–0 Syneca AC
Megabrantid SC 0–0 Lublova Reds FC
FC Hensha 0–1 Damogran FC
Chalesm FC 2–0 Viltvodle United
UFC Flamarion 1–0 FC Hunian
Olympia Arkintoofle 1–0 Golgafrincham City
FC Sjerezo 2–1 Algolia AC
Traal Athletics 3–2 Brasta FC
Viltvodle City 2–0 FC Yassaca
Han Dold City FC 1–3 Brantisvogan FC

MD 3:
Brantisvogan FC 3–1 Flania Zarss
FC Yassaca 1–0 Han Dold City FC
Brasta FC 1–2 Viltvodle City
Algolia AC 0–0 Traal Athletics
Golgafrincham City 1–3 FC Sjerezo
FC Hunian 0–0 Olympia Arkintoofle
Viltvodle United 2–1 UFC Flamarion
Damogran FC 3–1 Chalesm FC
Lublova Reds FC 4–2 FC Hensha
Syneca AC 1–1 Megabrantid SC
Emerald Coast AC 2–1 Wavel Rangers FC
Jaglan Royals FC 0–0 Interblag FC

MD 4:
Flania Zarss 0–3 Interblag FC
Wavel Rangers FC 0–0 Jaglan Royals FC
Megabrantid SC 2–2 Emerald Coast AC
FC Hensha 1–1 Syneca AC
Chalesm FC 3–1 Lublova Reds FC
UFC Flamarion 0–2 Damogran FC
Olympia Arkintoofle 1–0 Viltvodle United
FC Sjerezo 3–2 FC Hunian
Traal Athletics 1–0 Golgafrincham City
Viltvodle City 2–2 Algolia AC
Han Dold City FC 1–2 Brasta FC
Brantisvogan FC 2–1 FC Yassaca

MD 5:
FC Yassaca 2–4 Flania Zarss
Brasta FC 3–2 Brantisvogan FC
Algolia AC 2–0 Han Dold City FC
Golgafrincham City 0–1 Viltvodle City
FC Hunian 1–0 Traal Athletics
Viltvodle United 0–1 FC Sjerezo
Damogran FC 1–3 Olympia Arkintoofle
Lublova Reds FC 3–1 UFC Flamarion
Syneca AC 1–2 Chalesm FC
Emerald Coast AC 2–0 FC Hensha
Jaglan Royals FC 1–0 Megabrantid SC
Interblag FC 1–0 Wavel Rangers FC

MD 6:
Flania Zarss 3–3 Wavel Rangers FC
Megabrantid SC 0–1 Interblag FC
FC Hensha 2–1 Jaglan Royals FC
Chalesm FC 5–2 Emerald Coast AC
UFC Flamarion 1–0 Syneca AC
Olympia Arkintoofle 2–1 Lublova Reds FC
FC Sjerezo 1–1 Damogran FC
Traal Athletics 1–0 Viltvodle United
Viltvodle City 3–1 FC Hunian
Han Dold City FC 0–2 Golgafrincham City
Brantisvogan FC 0–1 Algolia AC
FC Yassaca 2–2 Brasta FC

MD 7:
Brasta FC 5–1 Flania Zarss
Algolia AC 3–2 FC Yassaca
Golgafrincham City 1–1 Brantisvogan FC
FC Hunian 2–2 Han Dold City FC
Viltvodle United 1–0 Viltvodle City
Damogran FC 0–1 Traal Athletics
Lublova Reds FC 1–0 FC Sjerezo
Syneca AC 0–1 Olympia Arkintoofle
Emerald Coast AC 4–0 UFC Flamarion
Jaglan Royals FC 3–0 Chalesm FC
Interblag FC 3–3 FC Hensha
Wavel Rangers FC 1–4 Megabrantid SC

MD 8:
Flania Zarss 3–2 Megabrantid SC
FC Hensha 3–1 Wavel Rangers FC
Chalesm FC 1–2 Interblag FC
UFC Flamarion 2–0 Jaglan Royals FC
Olympia Arkintoofle 0–2 Emerald Coast AC
FC Sjerezo 4–2 Syneca AC
Traal Athletics 1–2 Lublova Reds FC
Viltvodle City 1–1 Damogran FC
Han Dold City FC 0–0 Viltvodle United
Brantisvogan FC 6–4 FC Hunian
FC Yassaca 4–0 Golgafrincham City
Brasta FC 2–1 Algolia AC

MD 9:
Algolia AC 5–1 Flania Zarss
Golgafrincham City 1–0 Brasta FC
FC Hunian 3–2 FC Yassaca
Viltvodle United 3–2 Brantisvogan FC
Damogran FC 3–0 Han Dold City FC
Lublova Reds FC 1–1 Viltvodle City
Syneca AC 1–1 Traal Athletics
Emerald Coast AC 0–0 FC Sjerezo
Jaglan Royals FC 1–1 Olympia Arkintoofle
Interblag FC 3–2 UFC Flamarion
Wavel Rangers FC 1–4 Chalesm FC
Megabrantid SC 4–2 FC Hensha

MD 10:
Flania Zarss 0–1 FC Hensha
Chalesm FC 3–1 Megabrantid SC
UFC Flamarion 0–1 Wavel Rangers FC
Olympia Arkintoofle 3–4 Interblag FC
FC Sjerezo 4–2 Jaglan Royals FC
Traal Athletics 2–0 Emerald Coast AC
Viltvodle City 1–3 Syneca AC
Han Dold City FC 4–1 Lublova Reds FC
Brantisvogan FC 2–3 Damogran FC
FC Yassaca 1–4 Viltvodle United
Brasta FC 1–0 FC Hunian
Algolia AC 0–0 Golgafrincham City

MD 11:
Golgafrincham City 1–2 Flania Zarss
FC Hunian 2–1 Algolia AC
Viltvodle United 4–0 Brasta FC
Damogran FC 1–0 FC Yassaca
Lublova Reds FC 5–2 Brantisvogan FC
Syneca AC 2–0 Han Dold City FC
Emerald Coast AC 4–1 Viltvodle City
Jaglan Royals FC 0–1 Traal Athletics
Interblag FC 1–0 FC Sjerezo
Wavel Rangers FC 3–2 Olympia Arkintoofle
Megabrantid SC 2–1 UFC Flamarion
FC Hensha 1–0 Chalesm FC

MD 12:
Flania Zarss 0–0 Chalesm FC
UFC Flamarion 1–0 FC Hensha
Olympia Arkintoofle 0–1 Megabrantid SC
FC Sjerezo 1–1 Wavel Rangers FC
Traal Athletics 1–1 Interblag FC
Viltvodle City 4–4 Jaglan Royals FC
Han Dold City FC 1–0 Emerald Coast AC
Brantisvogan FC 1–0 Syneca AC
FC Yassaca 1–0 Lublova Reds FC
Brasta FC 2–2 Damogran FC
Algolia AC 0–0 Viltvodle United
Golgafrincham City 0–1 FC Hunian

MD 13:
FC Hunian 1–2 Flania Zarss
Viltvodle United 1–0 Golgafrincham City
Damogran FC 0–0 Algolia AC
Lublova Reds FC 2–0 Brasta FC
Syneca AC 1–0 FC Yassaca
Emerald Coast AC 1–0 Brantisvogan FC
Jaglan Royals FC 2–1 Han Dold City FC
Interblag FC 1–0 Viltvodle City
Wavel Rangers FC 2–2 Traal Athletics
Megabrantid SC 3–0 FC Sjerezo
FC Hensha 1–1 Olympia Arkintoofle
Chalesm FC 2–1 UFC Flamarion

MD 14:
Flania Zarss 2–0 UFC Flamarion
Olympia Arkintoofle 3–2 Chalesm FC
FC Sjerezo 4–1 FC Hensha
Traal Athletics 2–3 Megabrantid SC
Viltvodle City 1–0 Wavel Rangers FC
Han Dold City FC 0–1 Interblag FC
Brantisvogan FC 2–3 Jaglan Royals FC
FC Yassaca 2–0 Emerald Coast AC
Brasta FC 3–2 Syneca AC
Algolia AC 1–1 Lublova Reds FC
Golgafrincham City 3–4 Damogran FC
FC Hunian 1–4 Viltvodle United

MD 15:
Viltvodle United 1–0 Flania Zarss
Damogran FC 1–0 FC Hunian
Lublova Reds FC 4–0 Golgafrincham City
Syneca AC 0–3 Algolia AC
Emerald Coast AC 2–1 Brasta FC
Jaglan Royals FC 2–0 FC Yassaca
Interblag FC 2–3 Brantisvogan FC
Wavel Rangers FC 3–2 Han Dold City FC
Megabrantid SC 1–1 Viltvodle City
FC Hensha 1–3 Traal Athletics
Chalesm FC 3–1 FC Sjerezo
UFC Flamarion 3–4 Olympia Arkintoofle

MD 16:
Flania Zarss 0–1 Olympia Arkintoofle
FC Sjerezo 2–1 UFC Flamarion
Traal Athletics 1–1 Chalesm FC
Viltvodle City 2–1 FC Hensha
Han Dold City FC 0–2 Megabrantid SC
Brantisvogan FC 2–0 Wavel Rangers FC
FC Yassaca 0–0 Interblag FC
Brasta FC 0–1 Jaglan Royals FC
Algolia AC 3–2 Emerald Coast AC
Golgafrincham City 1–0 Syneca AC
FC Hunian 1–2 Lublova Reds FC
Viltvodle United 3–1 Damogran FC

MD 17:
Damogran FC 1–2 Flania Zarss
Lublova Reds FC 3–2 Viltvodle United
Syneca AC 2–3 FC Hunian
Emerald Coast AC 3–5 Golgafrincham City
Jaglan Royals FC 3–2 Algolia AC
Interblag FC 0–0 Brasta FC
Wavel Rangers FC 3–0 FC Yassaca
Megabrantid SC 0–1 Brantisvogan FC
FC Hensha 1–2 Han Dold City FC
Chalesm FC 2–3 Viltvodle City
UFC Flamarion 1–2 Traal Athletics
Olympia Arkintoofle 2–0 FC Sjerezo

MD 18:
Flania Zarss 2–3 FC Sjerezo
Traal Athletics 1–1 Olympia Arkintoofle
Viltvodle City 2–0 UFC Flamarion
Han Dold City FC 2–2 Chalesm FC
Brantisvogan FC 1–0 FC Hensha
FC Yassaca 1–0 Megabrantid SC
Brasta FC 0–0 Wavel Rangers FC
Algolia AC 2–1 Interblag FC
Golgafrincham City 2–1 Jaglan Royals FC
FC Hunian 0–2 Emerald Coast AC
Viltvodle United 0–1 Syneca AC
Damogran FC 4–1 Lublova Reds FC

MD 19:
Lublova Reds FC 2–1 Flania Zarss
Syneca AC 2–1 Damogran FC
Emerald Coast AC 3–2 Viltvodle United
Jaglan Royals FC 5–2 FC Hunian
Interblag FC 3–1 Golgafrincham City
Wavel Rangers FC 0–1 Algolia AC
Megabrantid SC 3–4 Brasta FC
FC Hensha 1–0 FC Yassaca
Chalesm FC 4–1 Brantisvogan FC
UFC Flamarion 1–3 Han Dold City FC
Olympia Arkintoofle 3–1 Viltvodle City
FC Sjerezo 0–2 Traal Athletics

MD 20:
Flania Zarss 1–5 Traal Athletics
Viltvodle City 5–1 FC Sjerezo
Han Dold City FC 0–4 Olympia Arkintoofle
Brantisvogan FC 2–0 UFC Flamarion
FC Yassaca 3–2 Chalesm FC
Brasta FC 0–0 FC Hensha
Algolia AC 3–2 Megabrantid SC
Golgafrincham City 1–3 Wavel Rangers FC
FC Hunian 1–0 Interblag FC
Viltvodle United 0–0 Jaglan Royals FC
Damogran FC 0–0 Emerald Coast AC
Lublova Reds FC 2–0 Syneca AC

MD 21:
Syneca AC 1–1 Flania Zarss
Emerald Coast AC 2–4 Lublova Reds FC
Jaglan Royals FC 1–4 Damogran FC
Interblag FC 1–0 Viltvodle United
Wavel Rangers FC 1–1 FC Hunian
Megabrantid SC 2–3 Golgafrincham City
FC Hensha 1–6 Algolia AC
Chalesm FC 1–2 Brasta FC
UFC Flamarion 0–0 FC Yassaca
Olympia Arkintoofle 3–1 Brantisvogan FC
FC Sjerezo 2–4 Han Dold City FC
Traal Athletics 0–1 Viltvodle City

MD 22:
Flania Zarss 2–1 Viltvodle City
Han Dold City FC 1–1 Traal Athletics
Brantisvogan FC 1–0 FC Sjerezo
FC Yassaca 0–0 Olympia Arkintoofle
Brasta FC 0–1 UFC Flamarion
Algolia AC 0–0 Chalesm FC
Golgafrincham City 0–1 FC Hensha
FC Hunian 1–2 Megabrantid SC
Viltvodle United 3–0 Wavel Rangers FC
Damogran FC 3–3 Interblag FC
Lublova Reds FC 1–0 Jaglan Royals FC
Syneca AC 3–0 Emerald Coast AC

MD 23:
Emerald Coast AC 0–1 Flania Zarss
Jaglan Royals FC 4–1 Syneca AC
Interblag FC 1–1 Lublova Reds FC
Wavel Rangers FC 0–0 Damogran FC
Megabrantid SC 1–0 Viltvodle United
FC Hensha 1–2 FC Hunian
Chalesm FC 3–1 Golgafrincham City
UFC Flamarion 0–0 Algolia AC
Olympia Arkintoofle 3–0 Brasta FC
FC Sjerezo 2–2 FC Yassaca
Traal Athletics 1–0 Brantisvogan FC
Viltvodle City 3–5 Han Dold City FC

MD 24:
Flania Zarss 0–1 Han Dold City FC
Viltvodle City 1–1 Brantisvogan FC
Traal Athletics 0–0 FC Yassaca
FC Sjerezo 0–0 Brasta FC
Olympia Arkintoofle 1–2 Algolia AC
UFC Flamarion 1–2 Golgafrincham City
Chalesm FC 3–0 FC Hunian
FC Hensha 1–2 Viltvodle United
Megabrantid SC 3–3 Damogran FC
Wavel Rangers FC 2–2 Lublova Reds FC
Interblag FC 2–0 Syneca AC
Jaglan Royals FC 3–0 Emerald Coast AC

MD 25:
Jaglan Royals FC 2–1 Flania Zarss
Emerald Coast AC 0–2 Interblag FC
Syneca AC 0–0 Wavel Rangers FC
Lublova Reds FC 1–1 Megabrantid SC
Damogran FC 3–1 FC Hensha
Viltvodle United 1–1 Chalesm FC
FC Hunian 3–2 UFC Flamarion
Golgafrincham City 2–3 Olympia Arkintoofle
Algolia AC 2–1 FC Sjerezo
Brasta FC 0–2 Traal Athletics
FC Yassaca 3–0 Viltvodle City
Brantisvogan FC 5–3 Han Dold City FC

MD 26:
Flania Zarss 1–3 Brantisvogan FC
Han Dold City FC 2–0 FC Yassaca
Viltvodle City 4–1 Brasta FC
Traal Athletics 0–2 Algolia AC
FC Sjerezo 2–2 Golgafrincham City
Olympia Arkintoofle 2–0 FC Hunian
UFC Flamarion 0–2 Viltvodle United
Chalesm FC 2–1 Damogran FC
FC Hensha 1–1 Lublova Reds FC
Megabrantid SC 1–0 Syneca AC
Wavel Rangers FC 1–3 Emerald Coast AC
Interblag FC 2–1 Jaglan Royals FC

MD 27:
Interblag FC 1–0 Flania Zarss
Jaglan Royals FC 2–0 Wavel Rangers FC
Emerald Coast AC 1–0 Megabrantid SC
Syneca AC 2–3 FC Hensha
Lublova Reds FC 3–2 Chalesm FC
Damogran FC 1–2 UFC Flamarion
Viltvodle United 2–5 Olympia Arkintoofle
FC Hunian 1–3 FC Sjerezo
Golgafrincham City 0–1 Traal Athletics
Algolia AC 3–0 Viltvodle City
Brasta FC 3–0 Han Dold City FC
FC Yassaca 4–3 Brantisvogan FC

MD 28:
Flania Zarss 1–4 FC Yassaca
Brantisvogan FC 3–0 Brasta FC
Han Dold City FC 2–3 Algolia AC
Viltvodle City 1–1 Golgafrincham City
Traal Athletics 1–3 FC Hunian
FC Sjerezo 0–1 Viltvodle United
Olympia Arkintoofle 3–2 Damogran FC
UFC Flamarion 1–3 Lublova Reds FC
Chalesm FC 4–3 Syneca AC
FC Hensha 1–0 Emerald Coast AC
Megabrantid SC 1–0 Jaglan Royals FC
Wavel Rangers FC 0–1 Interblag FC

MD 29:
Wavel Rangers FC 1–2 Flania Zarss
Interblag FC 3–1 Megabrantid SC
Jaglan Royals FC 1–0 FC Hensha
Emerald Coast AC 1–4 Chalesm FC
Syneca AC 1–1 UFC Flamarion
Lublova Reds FC 1–0 Olympia Arkintoofle
Damogran FC 3–0 FC Sjerezo
Viltvodle United 0–1 Traal Athletics
FC Hunian 2–4 Viltvodle City
Golgafrincham City 3–3 Han Dold City FC
Algolia AC 0–0 Brantisvogan FC
Brasta FC 0–1 FC Yassaca

MD 30:
Flania Zarss 2–1 Brasta FC
FC Yassaca 2–1 Algolia AC
Brantisvogan FC 3–0 Golgafrincham City
Han Dold City FC 0–0 FC Hunian
Viltvodle City 3–3 Viltvodle United
Traal Athletics 3–1 Damogran FC
FC Sjerezo 1–3 Lublova Reds FC
Olympia Arkintoofle 2–0 Syneca AC
UFC Flamarion 0–0 Emerald Coast AC
Chalesm FC 3–2 Jaglan Royals FC
FC Hensha 1–1 Interblag FC
Megabrantid SC 2–1 Wavel Rangers FC

MD 31:
Megabrantid SC 4–1 Flania Zarss
Wavel Rangers FC 1–0 FC Hensha
Interblag FC 2–1 Chalesm FC
Jaglan Royals FC 2–0 UFC Flamarion
Emerald Coast AC 1–0 Olympia Arkintoofle
Syneca AC 5–2 FC Sjerezo
Lublova Reds FC 2–1 Traal Athletics
Damogran FC 2–0 Viltvodle City
Viltvodle United 4–3 Han Dold City FC
FC Hunian 2–2 Brantisvogan FC
Golgafrincham City 3–1 FC Yassaca
Algolia AC 2–2 Brasta FC

MD32:
Flania Zarss 1–2 Algolia AC
Brasta FC 0–1 Golgafrincham City
FC Yassaca 1–1 FC Hunian
Brantisvogan FC 4–4 Viltvodle United
Han Dold City FC 2–1 Damogran FC
Viltvodle City 0–1 Lublova Reds FC
Traal Athletics 3–1 Syneca AC
FC Sjerezo 1–1 Emerald Coast AC
Olympia Arkintoofle 0–1 Jaglan Royals FC
UFC Flamarion 1–1 Interblag FC
Chalesm FC 1–0 Wavel Rangers FC
FC Hensha 2–3 Megabrantid SC

MD 33:
FC Hensha 3–1 Flania Zarss
Megabrantid SC 2–0 Chalesm FC
Wavel Rangers FC 4–0 UFC Flamarion
Interblag FC 1–1 Olympia Arkintoofle
Jaglan Royals FC 1–1 FC Sjerezo
Emerald Coast AC 2–3 Traal Athletics
Syneca AC 1–3 Viltvodle City
Lublova Reds FC 3–1 Han Dold City FC
Damogran FC 5–3 Brantisvogan FC
Viltvodle United 1–3 FC Yassaca
FC Hunian 2–0 Brasta FC
Golgafrincham City 0–0 Algolia AC

MD 34:
Flania Zarss 2–0 Golgafrincham City
Algolia AC 1–1 FC Hunian
Brasta FC 2–4 Viltvodle United
FC Yassaca 0–1 Damogran FC
Brantisvogan FC 0–0 Lublova Reds FC
Han Dold City FC 0–1 Syneca AC
Viltvodle City 4–0 Emerald Coast AC
Traal Athletics 1–1 Jaglan Royals FC
FC Sjerezo 2–3 Interblag FC
Olympia Arkintoofle 4–0 Wavel Rangers FC
UFC Flamarion 0–0 Megabrantid SC
Chalesm FC 5–2 FC Hensha

MD 35:
Chalesm FC 5–2 Flania Zarss
FC Hensha 3–3 UFC Flamarion
Megabrantid SC 1–2 Olympia Arkintoofle
Wavel Rangers FC 4–0 FC Sjerezo
Interblag FC 1–2 Traal Athletics
Jaglan Royals FC 4–1 Viltvodle City
Emerald Coast AC 3–5 Han Dold City FC
Syneca AC 4–0 Brantisvogan FC
Lublova Reds FC 2–3 FC Yassaca
Damogran FC 1–1 Brasta FC
Viltvodle United 4–1 Algolia AC
FC Hunian 2–1 Golgafrincham City

MD 36:
Flania Zarss 2–3 FC Hunian
Golgafrincham City 1–1 Viltvodle United
Algolia AC 1–1 Damogran FC
Brasta FC 1–3 Lublova Reds FC
FC Yassaca 1–2 Syneca AC
Brantisvogan FC 0–1 Emerald Coast AC
Han Dold City FC 2–3 Jaglan Royals FC
Viltvodle City 1–3 Interblag FC
Traal Athletics 3–0 Wavel Rangers FC
FC Sjerezo 0–0 Megabrantid SC
Olympia Arkintoofle 1–0 FC Hensha
UFC Flamarion 1–1 Chalesm FC

MD37:
UFC Flamarion 4–2 Flania Zarss
Chalesm FC 2–2 Olympia Arkintoofle
FC Hensha 0–0 FC Sjerezo
Megabrantid SC 2–1 Traal Athletics
Wavel Rangers FC 0–2 Viltvodle City
Interblag FC 3–1 Han Dold City FC
Jaglan Royals FC 0–1 Brantisvogan FC
Emerald Coast AC 0–0 FC Yassaca
Syneca AC 2–1 Brasta FC
Lublova Reds FC 0–1 Algolia AC
Damogran FC 4–0 Golgafrincham City
Viltvodle United 2–1 FC Hunian

MD 38:
UFC Flamarion 4–2 Flania Zarss
Chalesm FC 2–2 Olympia Arkintoofle
FC Hensha 0–0 FC Sjerezo
Megabrantid SC 2–1 Traal Athletics
Wavel Rangers FC 0–2 Viltvodle City
Interblag FC 3–1 Han Dold City FC
Jaglan Royals FC 0–1 Brantisvogan FC
Emerald Coast AC 0–0 FC Yassaca
Syneca AC 2–1 Brasta FC
Lublova Reds FC 0–1 Algolia AC
Damogran FC 4–0 Golgafrincham City
Viltvodle United 2–1 FC Hunian

MD 39:
Olympia Arkintoofle 1–0 Flania Zarss
UFC Flamarion 1–0 FC Sjerezo
Chalesm FC 3–5 Traal Athletics
FC Hensha 0–2 Viltvodle City
Megabrantid SC 1–1 Han Dold City FC
Wavel Rangers FC 0–1 Brantisvogan FC
Interblag FC 1–2 FC Yassaca
Jaglan Royals FC 1–2 Brasta FC
Emerald Coast AC 0–2 Algolia AC
Syneca AC 1–1 Golgafrincham City
Lublova Reds FC 2–1 FC Hunian
Damogran FC 3–0 Viltvodle United

MD 40:
Flania Zarss 0–1 Damogran FC
Viltvodle United 1–1 Lublova Reds FC
FC Hunian 4–1 Syneca AC
Golgafrincham City 0–1 Emerald Coast AC
Algolia AC 5–2 Jaglan Royals FC
Brasta FC 2–2 Interblag FC
FC Yassaca 0–2 Wavel Rangers FC
Brantisvogan FC 1–4 Megabrantid SC
Han Dold City FC 2–1 FC Hensha
Viltvodle City 0–1 Chalesm FC
Traal Athletics 1–0 UFC Flamarion
FC Sjerezo 0–1 Olympia Arkintoofle

MD 41:
FC Sjerezo 3–1 Flania Zarss
Olympia Arkintoofle 1–3 Traal Athletics
UFC Flamarion 2–0 Viltvodle City
Chalesm FC 2–1 Han Dold City FC
FC Hensha 1–0 Brantisvogan FC
Megabrantid SC 1–3 FC Yassaca
Wavel Rangers FC 0–0 Brasta FC
Interblag FC 1–2 Algolia AC
Jaglan Royals FC 2–0 Golgafrincham City
Emerald Coast AC 2–2 FC Hunian
Syneca AC 2–2 Viltvodle United
Lublova Reds FC 0–1 Damogran FC

MD 42:
Flania Zarss 0–1 Lublova Reds FC
Damogran FC 3–4 Syneca AC
Viltvodle United 2–4 Emerald Coast AC
FC Hunian 1–1 Jaglan Royals FC
Golgafrincham City 2–2 Interblag FC
Algolia AC 0–1 Wavel Rangers FC
Brasta FC 4–4 Megabrantid SC
FC Yassaca 3–2 FC Hensha
Brantisvogan FC 1–1 Chalesm FC
Han Dold City FC 5–3 UFC Flamarion
Viltvodle City 2–0 Olympia Arkintoofle
Traal Athletics 1–0 FC Sjerezo

MD 43:
Traal Athletics 3–3 Flania Zarss
FC Sjerezo 0–1 Viltvodle City
Olympia Arkintoofle 1–0 Han Dold City FC
UFC Flamarion 1–2 Brantisvogan FC
Chalesm FC 4–1 FC Yassaca
FC Hensha 0–1 Brasta FC
Megabrantid SC 3–3 Algolia AC
Wavel Rangers FC 2–1 Golgafrincham City
Interblag FC 1–2 FC Hunian
Jaglan Royals FC 0–0 Viltvodle United
Emerald Coast AC 1–0 Damogran FC
Syneca AC 1–3 Lublova Reds FC

MD 44:
Flania Zarss 2–4 Syneca AC
Lublova Reds FC 7–1 Emerald Coast AC
Damogran FC 5–3 Jaglan Royals FC
Viltvodle United 0–0 Interblag FC
FC Hunian 1–1 Wavel Rangers FC
Golgafrincham City 1–2 Megabrantid SC
Algolia AC 4–3 FC Hensha
Brasta FC 1–0 Chalesm FC
FC Yassaca 1–0 UFC Flamarion
Brantisvogan FC 3–1 Olympia Arkintoofle
Han Dold City FC 1–0 FC Sjerezo
Viltvodle City 0–1 Traal Athletics

MD 45:
Flania Zarss 2–4 Syneca AC
Lublova Reds FC 7–1 Emerald Coast AC
Damogran FC 5–3 Jaglan Royals FC
Viltvodle United 0–0 Interblag FC
FC Hunian 1–1 Wavel Rangers FC
Golgafrincham City 1–2 Megabrantid SC
Algolia AC 4–3 FC Hensha
Brasta FC 1–0 Chalesm FC
FC Yassaca 1–0 UFC Flamarion
Brantisvogan FC 3–1 Olympia Arkintoofle
Han Dold City FC 1–0 FC Sjerezo
Viltvodle City 0–1 Traal Athletics

MD 46:
Viltvodle City 0–0 Flania Zarss
Traal Athletics 2–0 Han Dold City FC
FC Sjerezo 3–3 Brantisvogan FC
Olympia Arkintoofle 2–2 FC Yassaca
UFC Flamarion 1–0 Brasta FC
Chalesm FC 1–0 Algolia AC
FC Hensha 3–0 Golgafrincham City
Megabrantid SC 1–0 FC Hunian
Wavel Rangers FC 3–5 Viltvodle United
Interblag FC 3–0 Damogran FC
Jaglan Royals FC 2–0 Lublova Reds FC
Emerald Coast AC 2–2 Syneca AC



League 2:
-  Team                    Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts                                                                                                                  
1 AC Damogran 46 30 10 6 79 45 +34 100
2 Sivolvia CAC 46 28 8 10 82 51 +31 92

3 Dynamo Bardjov 46 22 10 14 76 57 +19 76
4 Arkintoofle United 46 21 13 12 60 47 +13 76
5 Sporting Jaglan 46 22 10 14 69 58 +11 76
6 Svetranj United 46 20 14 12 64 50 +14 74
7 Revolution Chalesm 46 20 11 15 67 51 +16 71
8 Vassilian City 46 21 8 17 67 53 +14 71
9 Canyons AC 46 18 15 13 68 67 +1 69
10 Brantid Railways AC 46 18 13 15 53 56 −3 67
11 Wavel AC 46 17 15 14 69 66 +3 66
12 FC Syneca 46 18 11 17 66 64 +2 65
13 Dynamo Lublova 46 19 8 19 61 59 +2 65
14 Porters AC 46 16 14 16 68 68 0 62
15 Traktor Gryrorik 46 15 11 20 55 64 −9 56
16 Rudlit Rovers 46 14 12 20 53 61 −8 54
17 Hrund AC 46 14 10 22 55 66 −11 52
18 Rudlit Miners 46 14 9 23 56 64 −8 51
19 Hensha Rockets 46 14 9 23 51 73 −22 51
20 Flamarion City 46 13 10 23 43 60 −17 49
21 Olympia Sasava 46 13 9 24 44 62 −18 48
22 Lokomotiv Dzrebo 46 12 11 23 54 72 −18 47
23 Flania Traal 46 12 10 24 52 71 −19 46
24 Molvania Lutenblag 46 12 7 27 43 70 −27 43


MD 1:
AC Damogran 1–0 Wavel AC
Arkintoofle United 3–0 Vassilian City
Brantid Railways AC 0–0 Traktor Gryrorik
Canyons AC 1–0 Svetranj United
Dynamo Bardjov 2–0 Sporting Jaglan
Dynamo Lublova 0–0 Sivolvia CAC
FC Syneca 2–1 Rudlit Rovers
Flamarion City 0–2 Rudlit Miners
Flania Traal 0–2 Revolution Chalesm
Hensha Rockets 0–0 Porters AC
Hrund AC 1–1 Olympia Sasava
Lokomotiv Dzrebo 3–2 Molvania Lutenblag

MD 2:
Wavel AC 3–2 Molvania Lutenblag
Olympia Sasava 1–2 Lokomotiv Dzrebo
Porters AC 2–2 Hrund AC
Revolution Chalesm 2–2 Hensha Rockets
Rudlit Miners 1–0 Flania Traal
Rudlit Rovers 0–2 Flamarion City
Sivolvia CAC 3–2 FC Syneca
Sporting Jaglan 1–0 Dynamo Lublova
Svetranj United 0–1 Dynamo Bardjov
Traktor Gryrorik 0–2 Canyons AC
Vassilian City 0–1 Brantid Railways AC
AC Damogran 2–1 Arkintoofle United

MD 3:
Arkintoofle United 0–0 Wavel AC
Brantid Railways AC 0–1 AC Damogran
Canyons AC 1–0 Vassilian City
Dynamo Bardjov 3–1 Traktor Gryrorik
Dynamo Lublova 0–0 Svetranj United
FC Syneca 0–0 Sporting Jaglan
Flamarion City 0–1 Sivolvia CAC
Flania Traal 2–2 Rudlit Rovers
Hensha Rockets 1–0 Rudlit Miners
Hrund AC 1–6 Revolution Chalesm
Lokomotiv Dzrebo 0–1 Porters AC
Molvania Lutenblag 0–2 Olympia Sasava

MD 4:
Wavel AC 2–0 Olympia Sasava
Porters AC 2–3 Molvania Lutenblag
Revolution Chalesm 2–1 Lokomotiv Dzrebo
Rudlit Miners 4–3 Hrund AC
Rudlit Rovers 1–0 Hensha Rockets
Sivolvia CAC 2–3 Flania Traal
Sporting Jaglan 1–0 Flamarion City
Svetranj United 1–0 FC Syneca
Traktor Gryrorik 1–1 Dynamo Lublova
Vassilian City 0–1 Dynamo Bardjov
AC Damogran 3–2 Canyons AC
Arkintoofle United 4–2 Brantid Railways AC

MD 5:
Brantid Railways AC 3–2 Wavel AC
Canyons AC 0–2 Arkintoofle United
Dynamo Bardjov 3–4 AC Damogran
Dynamo Lublova 1–3 Vassilian City
FC Syneca 0–1 Traktor Gryrorik
Flamarion City 2–3 Svetranj United
Flania Traal 2–4 Sporting Jaglan
Hensha Rockets 0–1 Sivolvia CAC
Hrund AC 1–2 Rudlit Rovers
Lokomotiv Dzrebo 1–0 Rudlit Miners
Molvania Lutenblag 2–1 Revolution Chalesm
Olympia Sasava 0–0 Porters AC

MD 6:
Wavel AC 2–1 Porters AC
Revolution Chalesm 3–0 Olympia Sasava
Rudlit Miners 3–0 Molvania Lutenblag
Rudlit Rovers 2–0 Lokomotiv Dzrebo
Sivolvia CAC 0–1 Hrund AC
Sporting Jaglan 2–4 Hensha Rockets
Svetranj United 1–0 Flania Traal
Traktor Gryrorik 3–2 Flamarion City
Vassilian City 1–2 FC Syneca
AC Damogran 1–0 Dynamo Lublova
Arkintoofle United 1–1 Dynamo Bardjov
Brantid Railways AC 1–1 Canyons AC

MD 7:
Canyons AC 1–1 Wavel AC
Dynamo Bardjov 1–0 Brantid Railways AC
Dynamo Lublova 1–1 Arkintoofle United
FC Syneca 1–0 AC Damogran
Flamarion City 0–1 Vassilian City
Flania Traal 0–2 Traktor Gryrorik
Hensha Rockets 3–2 Svetranj United
Hrund AC 0–2 Sporting Jaglan
Lokomotiv Dzrebo 1–1 Sivolvia CAC
Molvania Lutenblag 2–1 Rudlit Rovers
Olympia Sasava 0–1 Rudlit Miners
Porters AC 0–0 Revolution Chalesm

MD 8:
Wavel AC 2–2 Revolution Chalesm
Rudlit Miners 0–1 Porters AC
Rudlit Rovers 0–0 Olympia Sasava
Sivolvia CAC 2–3 Molvania Lutenblag
Sporting Jaglan 3–0 Lokomotiv Dzrebo
Svetranj United 3–1 Hrund AC
Traktor Gryrorik 2–1 Hensha Rockets
Vassilian City 2–0 Flania Traal
AC Damogran 2–1 Flamarion City
Arkintoofle United 3–1 FC Syneca
Brantid Railways AC 0–3 Dynamo Lublova
Canyons AC 0–1 Dynamo Bardjov

MD 9:
Dynamo Bardjov 3–4 Wavel AC
Dynamo Lublova 1–3 Canyons AC
FC Syneca 2–2 Brantid Railways AC
Flamarion City 1–2 Arkintoofle United
Flania Traal 0–0 AC Damogran
Hensha Rockets 0–2 Vassilian City
Hrund AC 1–0 Traktor Gryrorik
Lokomotiv Dzrebo 2–5 Svetranj United
Molvania Lutenblag 0–1 Sporting Jaglan
Olympia Sasava 2–3 Sivolvia CAC
Porters AC 1–0 Rudlit Rovers
Revolution Chalesm 0–3 Rudlit Miners

MD 10:
Wavel AC 1–1 Rudlit Miners
Rudlit Rovers 0–0 Revolution Chalesm
Sivolvia CAC 1–1 Porters AC
Sporting Jaglan 1–0 Olympia Sasava
Svetranj United 1–0 Molvania Lutenblag
Traktor Gryrorik 0–1 Lokomotiv Dzrebo
Vassilian City 3–2 Hrund AC
AC Damogran 5–3 Hensha Rockets
Arkintoofle United 0–1 Flania Traal
Brantid Railways AC 0–1 Flamarion City
Canyons AC 2–1 FC Syneca
Dynamo Bardjov 3–2 Dynamo Lublova

MD 11:
Dynamo Lublova 1–0 Wavel AC
FC Syneca 1–0 Dynamo Bardjov
Flamarion City 4–1 Canyons AC
Flania Traal 3–4 Brantid Railways AC
Hensha Rockets 1–1 Arkintoofle United
Hrund AC 3–4 AC Damogran
Lokomotiv Dzrebo 2–3 Vassilian City
Molvania Lutenblag 1–2 Traktor Gryrorik
Olympia Sasava 1–1 Svetranj United
Porters AC 1–2 Sporting Jaglan
Revolution Chalesm 1–2 Sivolvia CAC
Rudlit Miners 2–4 Rudlit Rovers

MD 12:
Wavel AC 0–1 Rudlit Rovers
Sivolvia CAC 2–0 Rudlit Miners
Sporting Jaglan 1–1 Revolution Chalesm
Svetranj United 2–1 Porters AC
Traktor Gryrorik 2–1 Olympia Sasava
Vassilian City 3–0 Molvania Lutenblag
AC Damogran 0–0 Lokomotiv Dzrebo
Arkintoofle United 1–0 Hrund AC
Brantid Railways AC 0–2 Hensha Rockets
Canyons AC 2–1 Flania Traal
Dynamo Bardjov 1–0 Flamarion City
Dynamo Lublova 0–1 FC Syneca

MD 13:
FC Syneca 3–3 Wavel AC
Flamarion City 1–0 Dynamo Lublova
Flania Traal 0–3 Dynamo Bardjov
Hensha Rockets 3–5 Canyons AC
Hrund AC 2–3 Brantid Railways AC
Lokomotiv Dzrebo 1–0 Arkintoofle United
Molvania Lutenblag 0–1 AC Damogran
Olympia Sasava 1–0 Vassilian City
Porters AC 2–3 Traktor Gryrorik
Revolution Chalesm 2–0 Svetranj United
Rudlit Miners 1–2 Sporting Jaglan
Rudlit Rovers 0–0 Sivolvia CAC

MD 14:
Wavel AC 3–1 Sivolvia CAC
Sporting Jaglan 1–0 Rudlit Rovers
Svetranj United 1–0 Rudlit Miners
Traktor Gryrorik 2–1 Revolution Chalesm
Vassilian City 4–3 Porters AC
AC Damogran 2–0 Olympia Sasava
Arkintoofle United 2–0 Molvania Lutenblag
Brantid Railways AC 2–1 Lokomotiv Dzrebo
Canyons AC 1–1 Hrund AC
Dynamo Bardjov 2–1 Hensha Rockets
Dynamo Lublova 0–2 Flania Traal
FC Syneca 3–3 Flamarion City

MD 15:
Flamarion City 2–2 Wavel AC
Flania Traal 2–3 FC Syneca
Hensha Rockets 2–0 Dynamo Lublova
Hrund AC 1–1 Dynamo Bardjov
Lokomotiv Dzrebo 1–3 Canyons AC
Molvania Lutenblag 3–1 Brantid Railways AC
Olympia Sasava 0–0 Arkintoofle United
Porters AC 0–1 AC Damogran
Revolution Chalesm 0–1 Vassilian City
Rudlit Miners 1–1 Traktor Gryrorik
Rudlit Rovers 1–1 Svetranj United
Sivolvia CAC 3–1 Sporting Jaglan

MD 16:
Wavel AC 0–1 Sporting Jaglan
Svetranj United 1–1 Sivolvia CAC
Traktor Gryrorik 1–1 Rudlit Rovers
Vassilian City 0–1 Rudlit Miners
AC Damogran 0–0 Revolution Chalesm
Arkintoofle United 1–1 Porters AC
Brantid Railways AC 1–1 Olympia Sasava
Canyons AC 1–0 Molvania Lutenblag
Dynamo Bardjov 1–2 Lokomotiv Dzrebo
Dynamo Lublova 1–0 Hrund AC
FC Syneca 2–2 Hensha Rockets
Flamarion City 0–0 Flania Traal

MD 17:
Flania Traal 2–0 Wavel AC
Hensha Rockets 0–0 Flamarion City
Hrund AC 1–4 FC Syneca
Lokomotiv Dzrebo 1–0 Dynamo Lublova
Molvania Lutenblag 2–1 Dynamo Bardjov
Olympia Sasava 1–2 Canyons AC
Porters AC 1–1 Brantid Railways AC
Revolution Chalesm 2–1 Arkintoofle United
Rudlit Miners 0–1 AC Damogran
Rudlit Rovers 1–2 Vassilian City
Sivolvia CAC 2–1 Traktor Gryrorik
Sporting Jaglan 1–1 Svetranj United

MD 18:
Wavel AC 0–0 Svetranj United
Traktor Gryrorik 1–1 Sporting Jaglan
Vassilian City 4–1 Sivolvia CAC
AC Damogran 2–1 Rudlit Rovers
Arkintoofle United 1–0 Rudlit Miners
Brantid Railways AC 0–2 Revolution Chalesm
Canyons AC 0–0 Porters AC
Dynamo Bardjov 1–0 Olympia Sasava
Dynamo Lublova 1–0 Molvania Lutenblag
FC Syneca 1–0 Lokomotiv Dzrebo
Flamarion City 0–2 Hrund AC
Flania Traal 0–1 Hensha Rockets

MD 19:
Hensha Rockets 0–1 Wavel AC
Hrund AC 3–2 Flania Traal
Lokomotiv Dzrebo 2–0 Flamarion City
Molvania Lutenblag 0–1 FC Syneca
Olympia Sasava 1–2 Dynamo Lublova
Porters AC 1–2 Dynamo Bardjov
Revolution Chalesm 2–0 Canyons AC
Rudlit Miners 0–1 Brantid Railways AC
Rudlit Rovers 2–0 Arkintoofle United
Sivolvia CAC 1–3 AC Damogran
Sporting Jaglan 0–1 Vassilian City
Svetranj United 2–1 Traktor Gryrorik

MD 20:
Wavel AC 1–0 Traktor Gryrorik
Vassilian City 1–0 Svetranj United
AC Damogran 2–2 Sporting Jaglan
Arkintoofle United 2–1 Sivolvia CAC
Brantid Railways AC 1–1 Rudlit Rovers
Canyons AC 1–2 Rudlit Miners
Dynamo Bardjov 3–4 Revolution Chalesm
Dynamo Lublova 0–1 Porters AC
FC Syneca 0–1 Olympia Sasava
Flamarion City 2–1 Molvania Lutenblag
Flania Traal 3–3 Lokomotiv Dzrebo
Hensha Rockets 0–1 Hrund AC

MD 21:
Hrund AC 2–2 Wavel AC
Lokomotiv Dzrebo 1–2 Hensha Rockets
Molvania Lutenblag 3–2 Flania Traal
Olympia Sasava 1–1 Flamarion City
Porters AC 1–1 FC Syneca
Revolution Chalesm 1–0 Dynamo Lublova
Rudlit Miners 3–4 Dynamo Bardjov
Rudlit Rovers 3–2 Canyons AC
Sivolvia CAC 1–1 Brantid Railways AC
Sporting Jaglan 1–2 Arkintoofle United
Svetranj United 0–0 AC Damogran
Traktor Gryrorik 0–0 Vassilian City

MD 22:
Wavel AC 1–1 Vassilian City
AC Damogran 2–1 Traktor Gryrorik
Arkintoofle United 2–2 Svetranj United
Brantid Railways AC 1–0 Sporting Jaglan
Canyons AC 1–3 Sivolvia CAC
Dynamo Bardjov 3–3 Rudlit Rovers
Dynamo Lublova 1–4 Rudlit Miners
FC Syneca 0–1 Revolution Chalesm
Flamarion City 0–1 Porters AC
Flania Traal 0–2 Olympia Sasava
Hensha Rockets 1–0 Molvania Lutenblag
Hrund AC 4–1 Lokomotiv Dzrebo

MD 23:
Lokomotiv Dzrebo 1–2 Wavel AC
Molvania Lutenblag 0–0 Hrund AC
Olympia Sasava 3–0 Hensha Rockets
Porters AC 1–1 Flania Traal
Revolution Chalesm 0–1 Flamarion City
Rudlit Miners 1–2 FC Syneca
Rudlit Rovers 0–1 Dynamo Lublova
Sivolvia CAC 1–0 Dynamo Bardjov
Sporting Jaglan 5–1 Canyons AC
Svetranj United 1–0 Brantid Railways AC
Traktor Gryrorik 0–2 Arkintoofle United
Vassilian City 0–0 AC Damogran

MD 24:
Wavel AC 1–2 AC Damogran
Vassilian City 1–2 Arkintoofle United
Traktor Gryrorik 0–1 Brantid Railways AC
Svetranj United 3–0 Canyons AC
Sporting Jaglan 6–3 Dynamo Bardjov
Sivolvia CAC 3–0 Dynamo Lublova
Rudlit Rovers 1–0 FC Syneca
Rudlit Miners 1–1 Flamarion City
Revolution Chalesm 1–1 Flania Traal
Porters AC 4–1 Hensha Rockets
Olympia Sasava 1–4 Hrund AC
Molvania Lutenblag 2–0 Lokomotiv Dzrebo

MD 25:
Molvania Lutenblag 0–2 Wavel AC
Lokomotiv Dzrebo 2–1 Olympia Sasava
Hrund AC 1–1 Porters AC
Hensha Rockets 0–1 Revolution Chalesm
Flania Traal 3–2 Rudlit Miners
Flamarion City 0–1 Rudlit Rovers
FC Syneca 0–1 Sivolvia CAC
Dynamo Lublova 5–4 Sporting Jaglan
Dynamo Bardjov 0–0 Svetranj United
Canyons AC 4–2 Traktor Gryrorik
Brantid Railways AC 2–1 Vassilian City
Arkintoofle United 0–0 AC Damogran

MD 26:
Wavel AC 2–2 Arkintoofle United
AC Damogran 5–3 Brantid Railways AC
Vassilian City 2–2 Canyons AC
Traktor Gryrorik 1–0 Dynamo Bardjov
Svetranj United 1–0 Dynamo Lublova
Sporting Jaglan 1–1 FC Syneca
Sivolvia CAC 0–1 Flamarion City
Rudlit Rovers 5–2 Flania Traal
Rudlit Miners 0–1 Hensha Rockets
Revolution Chalesm 0–1 Hrund AC
Porters AC 1–1 Lokomotiv Dzrebo
Olympia Sasava 0–1 Molvania Lutenblag

MD 27:
Olympia Sasava 1–2 Wavel AC
Molvania Lutenblag 0–3 Porters AC
Lokomotiv Dzrebo 0–1 Revolution Chalesm
Hrund AC 1–2 Rudlit Miners
Hensha Rockets 1–3 Rudlit Rovers
Flania Traal 1–3 Sivolvia CAC
Flamarion City 0–2 Sporting Jaglan
FC Syneca 2–2 Svetranj United
Dynamo Lublova 2–3 Traktor Gryrorik
Dynamo Bardjov 1–0 Vassilian City
Canyons AC 2–2 AC Damogran
Brantid Railways AC 2–3 Arkintoofle United

MD 28:
Wavel AC 3–2 Brantid Railways AC
Arkintoofle United 2–1 Canyons AC
AC Damogran 1–0 Dynamo Bardjov
Vassilian City 1–0 Dynamo Lublova
Traktor Gryrorik 1–2 FC Syneca
Svetranj United 1–2 Flamarion City
Sporting Jaglan 0–0 Flania Traal
Sivolvia CAC 3–0 Hensha Rockets
Rudlit Rovers 0–2 Hrund AC
Rudlit Miners 1–1 Lokomotiv Dzrebo
Revolution Chalesm 1–3 Molvania Lutenblag
Porters AC 0–1 Olympia Sasava

MD 29:
Porters AC 6–4 Wavel AC
Olympia Sasava 2–6 Revolution Chalesm
Molvania Lutenblag 0–2 Rudlit Miners
Lokomotiv Dzrebo 1–3 Rudlit Rovers
Hrund AC 0–3 Sivolvia CAC
Hensha Rockets 2–5 Sporting Jaglan
Flania Traal 1–0 Svetranj United
Flamarion City 0–2 Traktor Gryrorik
FC Syneca 0–4 Vassilian City
Dynamo Lublova 0–0 AC Damogran
Dynamo Bardjov 1–0 Arkintoofle United
Canyons AC 1–1 Brantid Railways AC

MD 30:
Wavel AC 0–1 Canyons AC
Brantid Railways AC 1–0 Dynamo Bardjov
Arkintoofle United 0–2 Dynamo Lublova
AC Damogran 1–0 FC Syneca
Vassilian City 2–4 Flamarion City
Traktor Gryrorik 1–3 Flania Traal
Svetranj United 1–0 Hensha Rockets
Sporting Jaglan 1–0 Hrund AC
Sivolvia CAC 3–1 Lokomotiv Dzrebo
Rudlit Rovers 2–4 Molvania Lutenblag
Rudlit Miners 2–1 Olympia Sasava
Revolution Chalesm 2–3 Porters AC

MD 31:
Revolution Chalesm 3–4 Wavel AC
Porters AC 2–1 Rudlit Miners
Olympia Sasava 1–0 Rudlit Rovers
Molvania Lutenblag 2–4 Sivolvia CAC
Lokomotiv Dzrebo 3–0 Sporting Jaglan
Hrund AC 0–1 Svetranj United
Hensha Rockets 2–4 Traktor Gryrorik
Flania Traal 2–2 Vassilian City
Flamarion City 1–0 AC Damogran
FC Syneca 0–3 Arkintoofle United
Dynamo Lublova 4–2 Brantid Railways AC
Dynamo Bardjov 0–0 Canyons AC

MD 32:
Wavel AC 0–4 Dynamo Bardjov
Canyons AC 2–2 Dynamo Lublova
Brantid Railways AC 2–1 FC Syneca
Arkintoofle United 2–0 Flamarion City
AC Damogran 1–3 Flania Traal
Vassilian City 3–2 Hensha Rockets
Traktor Gryrorik 1–1 Hrund AC
Svetranj United 2–1 Lokomotiv Dzrebo
Sporting Jaglan 1–1 Molvania Lutenblag
Sivolvia CAC 3–1 Olympia Sasava
Rudlit Rovers 0–1 Porters AC
Rudlit Miners 1–1 Revolution Chalesm

MD 33:
Rudlit Miners 2–2 Wavel AC
Revolution Chalesm 2–1 Rudlit Rovers
Porters AC 3–3 Sivolvia CAC
Olympia Sasava 0–1 Sporting Jaglan
Molvania Lutenblag 0–0 Svetranj United
Lokomotiv Dzrebo 0–1 Traktor Gryrorik
Hrund AC 1–0 Vassilian City
Hensha Rockets 2–1 AC Damogran
Flania Traal 2–0 Arkintoofle United
Flamarion City 0–0 Brantid Railways AC
FC Syneca 0–0 Canyons AC
Dynamo Lublova 0–1 Dynamo Bardjov

MD 34:
Wavel AC 2–3 Dynamo Lublova
Dynamo Bardjov 3–3 FC Syneca
Canyons AC 2–1 Flamarion City
Brantid Railways AC 0–1 Flania Traal
Arkintoofle United 1–1 Hensha Rockets
AC Damogran 1–0 Hrund AC
Vassilian City 0–0 Lokomotiv Dzrebo
Traktor Gryrorik 2–2 Molvania Lutenblag
Svetranj United 3–1 Olympia Sasava
Sporting Jaglan 0–1 Porters AC
Sivolvia CAC 3–1 Revolution Chalesm
Rudlit Rovers 1–3 Rudlit Miners

MD 35:
Rudlit Rovers 2–1 Wavel AC
Rudlit Miners 0–1 Sivolvia CAC
Revolution Chalesm 0–2 Sporting Jaglan
Porters AC 0–1 Svetranj United
Olympia Sasava 1–0 Traktor Gryrorik
Molvania Lutenblag 1–2 Vassilian City
Lokomotiv Dzrebo 0–1 AC Damogran
Hrund AC 4–1 Arkintoofle United
Hensha Rockets 0–2 Brantid Railways AC
Flania Traal 1–2 Canyons AC
Flamarion City 1–3 Dynamo Bardjov
FC Syneca 1–2 Dynamo Lublova

MD 36:
Wavel AC 2–1 FC Syneca
Dynamo Lublova 2–1 Flamarion City
Dynamo Bardjov 2–2 Flania Traal
Canyons AC 0–1 Hensha Rockets
Brantid Railways AC 1–0 Hrund AC
Arkintoofle United 1–0 Lokomotiv Dzrebo
AC Damogran 1–0 Molvania Lutenblag
Vassilian City 0–1 Olympia Sasava
Traktor Gryrorik 4–5 Porters AC
Svetranj United 3–4 Revolution Chalesm
Sporting Jaglan 1–0 Rudlit Miners
Sivolvia CAC 1–0 Rudlit Rovers

MD 37:
Sivolvia CAC 3–1 Wavel AC
Rudlit Rovers 1–0 Sporting Jaglan
Rudlit Miners 2–2 Svetranj United
Revolution Chalesm 2–0 Traktor Gryrorik
Porters AC 1–0 Vassilian City
Olympia Sasava 1–3 AC Damogran
Molvania Lutenblag 0–1 Arkintoofle United
Lokomotiv Dzrebo 0–0 Brantid Railways AC
Hrund AC 0–1 Canyons AC
Hensha Rockets 0–0 Dynamo Bardjov
Flania Traal 0–1 Dynamo Lublova
Flamarion City 0–2 FC Syneca

MD 38:
Wavel AC 4–1 Flamarion City
FC Syneca 3–1 Flania Traal
Dynamo Lublova 0–1 Hensha Rockets
Dynamo Bardjov 1–2 Hrund AC
Canyons AC 2–2 Lokomotiv Dzrebo
Brantid Railways AC 0–0 Molvania Lutenblag
Arkintoofle United 1–1 Olympia Sasava
AC Damogran 4–3 Porters AC
Vassilian City 2–1 Revolution Chalesm
Traktor Gryrorik 0–0 Rudlit Miners
Svetranj United 2–0 Rudlit Rovers
Sporting Jaglan 4–3 Sivolvia CAC

MD 39:
Sporting Jaglan 1–2 Wavel AC
Sivolvia CAC 1–0 Svetranj United
Rudlit Rovers 0–2 Traktor Gryrorik
Rudlit Miners 2–4 Vassilian City
Revolution Chalesm 2–0 AC Damogran
Porters AC 1–1 Arkintoofle United
Olympia Sasava 2–3 Brantid Railways AC
Molvania Lutenblag 0–2 Canyons AC
Lokomotiv Dzrebo 1–2 Dynamo Bardjov
Hrund AC 0–2 Dynamo Lublova
Hensha Rockets 3–5 FC Syneca
Flania Traal 1–1 Flamarion City

MD 40:
Wavel AC 2–0 Flania Traal
Flamarion City 1–0 Hensha Rockets
FC Syneca 4–3 Hrund AC
Dynamo Lublova 3–3 Lokomotiv Dzrebo
Dynamo Bardjov 0–0 Molvania Lutenblag
Canyons AC 2–2 Olympia Sasava
Brantid Railways AC 1–0 Porters AC
Arkintoofle United 0–2 Revolution Chalesm
AC Damogran 3–0 Rudlit Miners
Vassilian City 1–1 Rudlit Rovers
Traktor Gryrorik 0–1 Sivolvia CAC
Svetranj United 2–3 Sporting Jaglan

MD 41:
Svetranj United 0–0 Wavel AC
Sporting Jaglan 0–0 Traktor Gryrorik
Sivolvia CAC 3–1 Vassilian City
Rudlit Rovers 1–5 AC Damogran
Rudlit Miners 1–1 Arkintoofle United
Revolution Chalesm 0–0 Brantid Railways AC
Porters AC 4–3 Canyons AC
Olympia Sasava 0–2 Dynamo Bardjov
Molvania Lutenblag 0–4 Dynamo Lublova
Lokomotiv Dzrebo 1–1 FC Syneca
Hrund AC 0–0 Flamarion City
Hensha Rockets 0–1 Flania Traal

MD 42:
Wavel AC 0–0 Hensha Rockets
Flania Traal 0–1 Hrund AC
Flamarion City 3–5 Lokomotiv Dzrebo
FC Syneca 3–1 Molvania Lutenblag
Dynamo Lublova 2–1 Olympia Sasava
Dynamo Bardjov 5–1 Porters AC
Canyons AC 1–0 Revolution Chalesm
Brantid Railways AC 1–0 Rudlit Miners
Arkintoofle United 1–0 Rudlit Rovers
AC Damogran 0–2 Sivolvia CAC
Vassilian City 3–0 Sporting Jaglan
Traktor Gryrorik 2–1 Svetranj United

MD 43:
Traktor Gryrorik 0–0 Wavel AC
Svetranj United 4–3 Vassilian City
Sporting Jaglan 1–4 AC Damogran
Sivolvia CAC 1–0 Arkintoofle United
Rudlit Rovers 0–0 Brantid Railways AC
Rudlit Miners 1–2 Canyons AC
Revolution Chalesm 2–1 Dynamo Bardjov
Porters AC 4–5 Dynamo Lublova
Olympia Sasava 2–0 FC Syneca
Molvania Lutenblag 0–1 Flamarion City
Lokomotiv Dzrebo 0–1 Flania Traal
Hrund AC 0–1 Hensha Rockets

MD 44:
Wavel AC 1–0 Hrund AC
Hensha Rockets 2–2 Lokomotiv Dzrebo
Flania Traal 0–1 Molvania Lutenblag
Flamarion City 0–1 Olympia Sasava
FC Syneca 3–0 Porters AC
Dynamo Lublova 0–0 Revolution Chalesm
Dynamo Bardjov 2–0 Rudlit Miners
Canyons AC 1–1 Rudlit Rovers
Brantid Railways AC 1–0 Sivolvia CAC
Arkintoofle United 2–0 Sporting Jaglan
AC Damogran 1–1 Svetranj United
Vassilian City 3–1 Traktor Gryrorik

MD 45:
Vassilian City 0–0 Wavel AC
Traktor Gryrorik 3–5 AC Damogran
Svetranj United 5–3 Arkintoofle United
Sporting Jaglan 1–0 Brantid Railways AC
Sivolvia CAC 2–2 Canyons AC
Rudlit Rovers 3–3 Dynamo Bardjov
Rudlit Miners 2–5 Dynamo Lublova
Revolution Chalesm 0–1 FC Syneca
Porters AC 0–1 Flamarion City
Olympia Sasava 1–0 Flania Traal
Molvania Lutenblag 1–2 Hensha Rockets
Lokomotiv Dzrebo 0–1 Hrund AC

MD 46:
Wavel AC 2–3 Lokomotiv Dzrebo
Hrund AC 0–0 Molvania Lutenblag
Hensha Rockets 0–2 Olympia Sasava
Flania Traal 0–1 Porters AC
Flamarion City 0–0 Revolution Chalesm
FC Syneca 0–1 Rudlit Miners
Dynamo Lublova 1–0 Rudlit Rovers
Dynamo Bardjov 1–2 Sivolvia CAC
Canyons AC 2–2 Sporting Jaglan
Brantid Railways AC 3–1 Svetranj United
Arkintoofle United 1–0 Traktor Gryrorik
AC Damogran 1–0 Vassilian City


Relegation/Promotion Playoff:
Dynamo Bardjov 0–0 Flania Zarss
Flania Zarss 4–1 Dynamo Bardjov

Inaugural Confederacy Cup

Pot 1 (seeded):
Brasta FC
Wavel Rangers FC
Han Dold City FC
FC Sjerezo
FC Hensha
Flania Zarss
AC Damogran
Sivolvia CAC
Golgafrincham City
UFC Flamarion
Dynamo Bardjov
Arkintoofle United
Sporting Jaglan
Svetranj United
Revolution Chalesm
Vassilian City

Pot 2 (unseeded):
Canyons AC
Brantid Railways AC
Wavel AC
FC Syneca
Dynamo Lublova
Porters AC
Traktor Gryrorik
Rudlit Rovers
Hrund AC
Rudlit Miners
Hensha Rockets
Flamarion City
Olympia Sasava
Lokomotiv Dzrebo
Flania Traal
Molvania Lutenblag

Draw:
M1: Vassilian City v Traktor Gryrorik
M2: Flania Zarss v FC Syneca
M3: FC Hensha v Rudlit Rovers
M4: Wavel Rangers v Lokomotiv Dzrebo
M5: Han Dold City FC v Olympia Sasava
M6: Svetranj United v Flamarion City
M7: FC Sjerezo v Hensha Rockets
M8: Sporting Jaglan v Canyons AC
M9: Golgafrincham City v Hrund AC
M10: AC Damogran v Wavel AC
M11: Arkintoofle United v Brantid Railways AC
M12: Sivolvia CAC v Rudlit Miners
M13: Revolution Chalesm v Molvania Lutenblag
M14: Brasta FC v Dynamo Lublova
M15: Dynamo Bardjov v Flania Traal
M16: UFC Flamarion v Zarss Porters AC

First Round, Leg One:
M1: Vassilian City 1–2 Traktor Gryrorik
M2: Flania Zarss 0-0 FC Syneca
M3: FC Hensha 5–0 Rudlit Rovers
M4: Wavel Rangers 2–1 Lokomotiv Dzrebo
M5: Han Dold City FC 0–0 Olympia Sasava
M6: Svetranj United 4–3 Flamarion City:
M7: FC Sjerezo 3–2 Hensha Rockets
M8: Sporting Jaglan 1–0 Canyons AC
M9: Golgafrincham City 3–4 Hrund AC
M10: AC Damogran 3–1 Wavel AC
M11: Arkintoofle United 1–0 Brantid Railways ACM12:
M12: Sivolvia CAC 3–0 Rudlit Miners
M13: Revolution Chalesm 1–0 Molvania Lutenblag
M14: Brasta FC 1–1 Dynamo Lublova
M15: Dynamo Bardjov 1–3 Flania Traal
M16: UFC Flamarion 0–2 Porters AC

First Round, Leg Two:
M1: Traktor Gryrorik 1–0 Vassilian City
Traktor Gryrorik win 3-1 on Aggregate
M2: FC Syneca 2–0 Flania Zarss
FC Syneca win 2-0 on Aggregate
M3: Rudlit Rovers 1–0 FC Hensha
FC Hensha win 5-1 on Aggregate
M4: Lokomotiv Dzrebo 0–1 Wavel Rangers
Wavel Rangers win 3-1 on Aggregate
M5: Olympia Sasava 0–3 Han Dold City FC
Han Dold City FC win 3-0 on Aggregate
M6: Flamarion City 1–0 Svetranj United
Aggregate tied 4-4, Flamarion City advance on away goals, 3-0
M7: Hensha Rockets 2–1 FC Sjerezo
Aggregate tied 4-4, Hensha Rockets advance on away goals, 2-1
M8: Canyons AC 2–3 Sporting Jaglan
Sporting Jaglan win 4-2 on Aggregate
M9: Hrund AC 2–3 Golgafrincham City
Aggregate tied 6-6, Hrund AC advance on away goals, 4-3
M10: Wavel AC 0–0 AC Damogran
AC Damogran win 3-1 on Aggregate
M11: Brantid Railways AC 2–1 Arkintoofle United
Aggregate tied 2-2, Arkintoofle United advance on away goals, 1-0
M12: Rudlit Miners 2–3 Sivolvia CAC
Sivolvia CAC win 6-2 on Aggregate
M13: Molvania Lutenblag 1–2 Revolution Chalesm
Revolution Chalesm win 3-1 on Aggregate
M14: Dynamo Lublova 3–4 Brasta FC
Brasta FC win 5-4 on Aggregate
M15: Flania Traal 0–1 Dynamo Bardjov
Flania Traal win 3-2 on Aggregate
M16: Porters AC 1–0 UFC Flamarion
Porters AC win 3-0 on Aggregate


Pool 3 (second round seeded):
Traal Athletics
Lublova Reds
Interblag FC
Algolia AC
Olympia Arkintoofle
Chalesm FC
Damogran FC
VIltvodle United
Jaglan Royals
Megabrantid FC
Viltvodle City
Brantisvogan FC
FC Yassaca
Emerald Coast AC
FC Hunian
Syneca AC

Pool 4 (2nd round unseeded):
Traktor Gryrorik
FC Syneca
FC Hensha
Wavel Rangers
Han Dold CIty FC
Flamarion City
Hensha Rockets
Sporting Jaglan
Hrund AC
AC Damogran
Arkintoofle United
Sivolvia CAC
Revolution Chalesm
Brasta FC
Flania Traal
Porters AC

Draw:
M17: Lublova Reds v Revolution Chalesm
M18: Olympia Arkintoofle v Hrund AC
M19: Viltvodle United v FC Syneca
M20: Interblag FC v Traktor Gryrorik
M21: Damogran FC v Hensha Rockets
M22: Megabrantid SC v Flania Traal
M23: Algolia AC v Zarss Porters AC
M24: Emerald Coast AC v Arkintoofle United
M25: Chalesm FC v Sivolvia CAC
M26: Traal Athletics v FC Hensha
M27: Brantisvogan FC v AC Damogran
M28: FC Hunian v Flamarion City
M29: Viltvodle City v Han Dold City FC
M30: Jaglan Royals v Wavel Rangers
M31: Syneca AC v Sporting Jaglan
M32: FC Yassaca v Brasta FC

Second Round, First Leg:
M17: Lublova Reds 3–1 Revolution Chalesm
M18: Olympia Arkintoofle 2–1 Hrund AC
M19: Viltvodle United 1–0 FC Syneca
M20: Interblag FC 1–0 Traktor Gryrorik
M21: Damogran FC 3–2 Hensha Rockets
M22: Megabrantid SC 3–1 Flania Traal
M23: Algolia AC 1–0 Porters AC
M24: Emerald Coast AC 0–1 Arkintoofle United
M25: Chalesm FC 1–3 Sivolvia CAC
M26: Traal Athletics 1–0 FC Hensha
M27: Brantisvogan FC 3–1 AC Damogran
M28: FC Hunian 3–2 Flamarion City
M29: Viltvodle City 2–3 Han Dold City FC
M30: Jaglan Royals 3–0 Wavel Rangers
M31: Syneca AC 1–0 Sporting Jaglan
M32: FC Yassaca 3–1 Brasta FC

Second Round, Second Leg:
M17: Revolution Chalesm 2–1 Lublova Reds
Lublova Reds win 4-3 on Aggregate
M18: Hrund AC 2–3 Olympia Arkintoofle
Olympia Arkintoofle win 5-3 on Aggregate
M19: FC Syneca 0–1 Viltvodle United
Viltvodle United win 2-0 on Aggregate
M20: Traktor Gryrorik 2–2 Interblag FC
Interblag FC win 3-2 on Aggregate
M21: Hensha Rockets 0–1 Damogran FC
Damogran FC win 4-2 on Aggregate
M22: Flania Traal 1–5 Megabrantid SC
Megabrantid SC win 8-2 on Aggregate
M23: Porters AC 2–2 Algolia AC
Algolia AC win 3-2 on Aggregate
M24: Arkintoofle United 1–0 Emerald Coast AC
Arkintoofle United win 2-0 on Aggregate
M25: Sivolvia CAC 2–1 Chalesm FC
Sivolvia CAC win 5-2 on Aggregate
M26: FC Hensha 0–2 Traal Athletics
Traal Athletics win 3-0 on Aggregate
M27: AC Damogran 1–1 Brantisvogan FC
Brantisvogan FC win 4-2 on Aggregate
M28: Flamarion City 4–3 FC Hunian
Aggregate tied 6-6, FC Hunian advance on away goals 3-2
M29: Han Dold City FC 3–1 Viltvodle City
Han Dold City FC win 6-3 on Aggregate
M30: Wavel Rangers 4–1 Jaglan Royals
Aggregate tied 4-4, Jaglan Royals advance on away goals 1-0
M31: Sporting Jaglan 4–3 Syneca AC
Aggregate tied 4-4, Syneca AC advance on away goals 3-1
M32: Brasta FC 0–1 FC Yassaca
FC Yassaca win 4-1 on Aggregate


Third Round First Leg:
M33: Lublova Reds 2–1 Olympia Arkintoofle
M34: Viltvodle United 1–2 Interblag FC
M35: Damogran FC 3–4 Megabrantid SC
M36: Algolia AC 3–1 Arkintoofle United
M37: Sivoliva CAC 0–2 Traal Athletics
M38: Brantisvogan FC 6–3 FC Hunian
M39: Han Dold City FC 3–6 Jaglan Royals
M40: Syneca AC 0–0 FC Yassaca

Third Round Second Leg:
M33: Olympia Arkintoofle 5–4 Lublova Reds
Aggregate Tied 6-6, Lublova Reds advance on away goals, 4-1
M34: Interblag FC 4–2 Viltvodle United
Interblag FC win 6-3 on Aggregate
M35: Megabrantid SC 0–2 Damogran FC
Damogran FC win 5-4 on Aggregate
M36: Arkintoofle United 2–1 Algolia AC
Algolia AC win 4-3 on Aggregate
M37: Traal Athletics 1–1 Sivoliva CAC
Traal Athletics win 3-1 on Aggregate
M38: FC Hunian 1–0 Brantisvogan FC
Brantisvogan FC win 6-4 on Aggregate
M39: Jaglan Royals 4–4 Han Dold City FC
Jaglan Royals win 10-7 on Aggregate
M40: FC Yassaca 1–1 Syneca AC
Aggregate tied 1-1, Synea AC advance on away goals, 1-0


Quarterfinal First Leg:
M41: Lublova Reds 2–0 Interblag FC
M42: Algolia AC 0–0 Damogran FC
M43: Traal Athletics 3–1 Brantisvogan FC
M44: Jaglan Royals 1–2 Syneca AC

Quarterfinal Second Leg:
M41: Interblag FC 1–0 Lublova Reds
Lublova win 2-1 on Aggregate
M42: Damogran FC 1–1 Algolia AC
Aggregate tied 1-1, Algolia AC advance on away goals, 1-0
M43: Brantisvogan FC 0–0 Traal Athletics
Traal Athletics win 3-1 on Aggregate
M44: Syneca AC 3–0 Jaglan Royals
Syneca AC win 5-1 on Aggregate


Semifinal First Leg:
M45: Lublova Reds 1–0 Algolia AC
M46: Traal Athletics 4–1 Syneca AC

Semifinal Second Leg:
M45: Algolia AC 3–2 Lublova Reds
Aggregate tied 3-3, Lublova Reds advance on away goals 2-0
M46: Syneca AC 0–0 Traal Athletics
Traal Athletics win 4-1 on Aggregate


Final:
Lublova Reds 5–5 Traal Athletics (5–5 AET) (4–5 pen.)

A thrilling final: Lublova successfully draw Traal into a goal-fest, but after twice losing to the Molvanians in the League, the Flanian side eke out a win in the penalty shootout to complete the double in the inaugural SCFA season. We'll have to wait at least a year for our first Super Cup; Traal go to the Champions' Cup and Lublova must settle for a Globe Cup berth. Syneca AC very nearly completed a Cinderella story run to the final and Globe Cup, but fall just short, leaving Algolia AC to occupy the last qualifying spot. It will be interesting to see if Lopal Daror calls up any Syneca players to the national team after their superb run, which included upsets of Jaglan and Yassaca.

The SCFA Super Cup was not held this year, since Traal Athletics won the double.
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Postby Squornshelan Remnant States » Sun Nov 04, 2018 9:34 am

UICA Recap:
The SCFA sent seven teams to UICA competitions with mixed results:

Traal Athletics
Entering the first preliminary round of the Champions Cup, Traal were drawn against Sharktail club Kota Jembal, and lost 4-3 on aggregate over two matches, unable to muster a second goal in the return leg that would've clinched advancement. This loss saw Traal headed to the second preliminary round of the Globe Cup, where they would face Admiral Storevik from Siovanija and Teusland. In this case, the situation was reversed. Traal earned an important away goal and held their opponents to a draw in the first leg, but fell completely apart in the return leg, falling by an aggregate score of 5-3.
Goalscorers: Arlo Damot (3), Dinval Periet (2), Doron Aldra (1), Ensio Doba (1)

Lublova Reds
One of the highlights of Confederate UICA participants, Lublova entered at the second preliminary round of the Globe cup, where they defeated Flindostani side Fortunes 5-4 over two legs. They also managed a one-goal aggregate win the in the third preliminary round against Farf club Gorfalle Town. Successfully reaching the playoff, they contested two uncharacteristically low-scoring matches against Dwile Warriors of Apox, a team that, like Lublova, plays a highly attacking style. Both legs ended 1-0 in favor of the Warriors, and Lublova bowed out of the competition.
Goalscorers: Demkjo Jzvanic (3), Jzeovak Vladcik (3), Vaarin Strepol (1), Aitor Koptsev (1), Anders Hjort (1)

Interblag FC
With a fire sale impending in the transfer window, this was the Interblag core's last chance to make a statement playing together, and they delivered, opening up with a tight 2-1 aggregate victory over Aruk United of Tobiasia, requiring extra time in the second leg. In the second preliminary, they shocked FC Londonderry, beating them 3-1 in Omerica, and 2-0 in the second leg. In the third preliminary round, however, their opponents were South Saints of Ethane, who defeated Interblag 2-0 at home, and then hung on for a 2-2 draw in Molvania to eliminate the Blues.
Goalscorers: Zholtokh Dzrenin (2), Przemors Dzetker (2), Gezan Djanetic (2), Jinkzta Ulcviecel (1), Dragan Mlakor (1), Zachevs Shveikin (1)

Algolia AC
Algolia also encountered extra time drama in the first preliminary round of the Globe Cup, earning a crucial third goal in the away leg to defeat Royal Crystal Palace 5-4 on aggregate. They were unable to duplicate their attacking performance against Audioslavian side Tout-Puissant Hasiena, who refused to concede over both legs, and eliminated the Suntigers on the strength of a 2-0 home victory in the first leg.
Goalscorers: Danin Stolp (3), Holgar Gschwind (1), Tauno Rigard (1)

AC Damogran
Entering the Series B Champions Cup at the third preliminary round, where they drew Iverfall Athletic, from Unified Legandia. The two teams traded home wins, but Athletic could only manage a 1-0 victory in the second leg, where a second goal would have seen them advance. Instead, it was Iverfall moving on, 3-2 on aggregate.
Goalscorers: Vrenz Tambura (2)

Sivolvia Central
Sivolvia ran into Qusmi'y club Polxar, entering in the second preliminary round, and the two sides remained deadlocked after two legs plus extra time, 4-4 on aggregate. In the ensuing penalty shootout, Sivolvia put three past the opposition keeper, but conceded four.
Goalscorers: Keshav Rallinaitis (2), Aatos Mersu (1), Kaleos Rasellin (1)

Dynamo Bardjov
In what has to be the most surprising story of the UICA cycle as far as the Confederacy is concerned, Bardjov, who clinched their spot in the Series B Cup on goal differential, and failed to secure promotion in the playoff recorded more UICA wins than any other Confederate club. Entering the competition in the first preliminary round, they advanced at the expense of Equestrian club Seaddle Sounders, 3-1. In the second preliminary round they destroyed Sparta St. Peter 5-1 in the first leg, and managed a 1-1 draw in Baranil to coast to the third prelim. There, they encountered Repulse Harbor of Côte d'Saphir, and racked up another dominant win, taking the second leg 5-3 after scoring two goals in a clean sheet victory at home. Their run finally came to an end in the playoff round, where Euran side Ulsa Rovers dealt them their first defeat in any leg, and then held on for the draw in Molvania. Dynamo's home record was particularly impressive during the tournament, as they were never defeated in Bardjov, and outscored their opponents 10-2 in the four home legs.
Goalscorers: Viordar Rebljeten (6), Ryzscard Vepcojat (5), Antoniks Vredalski (2), Ljator Brodziak (2), Juhan Yllonen (1), Zladko Arnikancic (1)

Transfer Window Summary:
It was a busy first international transfer window for SCFA clubs, with almost 30 million multiversal standard dollars coming into the league in transfer fees for 13 Confederate players going abroad, and 7 million being spent by Confederate clubs on 5 foreign players. 14 other foreigners arrived on free transfers for a total of 19.
The biggest spenders were Algolia, who spent 3.6M on two players, and Brantisvogan, who dropped 3M on two players. Olympia Arkintoofle were just behind, adding three players for a total of 2.6M, while earning 2.5 by selling Zemen Ystrad. The most expensive single transfer was not Lublova striker Demkjo Jzvanic as many analysts expected (he ended up a close second, leaving the Reds for 3.75 million, bound for Mytanija). Instead, it was Jinkzta Ulcviecel earning 4M for Interblag as he joins the title push for Jinja City in Banija. Meanwhile the highlight among incoming players has to be Nepharan goalkeeper Daniel Fitzmarten, who joined Algolia from Felswyr Frost of Chromatika for 3M. The most significant domestic transfers were Kinner Mustahil's surprise move from Algolia to Chalesm for 2.25M, and Ctibor Tkermec heading from Interblag to Viltvodle City for 2M.

Full Transfer Listing for League 1:
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PlayerPos.ageFormer ClubNew ClubFee
Jinkzta UlcviecelRB26Interblag FCJinja City (BNJ)4M
Demkjo JzvanicCF27Lublova RedsOlympic Thessia (MYT)3.75M
Daniel Fitzmarten (NPH)GK29Felswyr Frost (CMT)Algolia AC3M
Stovar KrievenGK24Interblag FCBishop (NPH)3M
Djabgor DzarkhinLB24Lublova RedsFoxchester Raiders (STB)3M
Danin GeladiLB24Traal AthleticsHugh Town Millionaires (DAR)3M
Tudan PovarninRM27Syneca ACStein-los Turkish (PAS)3M
Zemen YstradCB25Arkintoofle UnitedDiamondqueen (NPH)2.5M
Kinner MustahilGK25Algolia ACChalesm FC2.25M
Ctibor TkermecCB29Interblag FCViltvodle City2M
Baltazar Chan (AFT)CM/DM34Malabon SC (AFT)Brantisvogan FC2M
Yideg AbheCM26Viltvodle UnitedCorinthian Spirits (STB)1.5M
Shrike HagazCDM24Chalesm FCWestpike (BRE)1.5M
Gethin Powell (BLN)ST18Defi Rovers (BLN)Olympia Arkintoofle1.5M
Jaska PovarninGK25Arkintoofle UnitedLublova Reds1M
Bedros TorlukCB26Golgafrincham CityDamogran FC1M
Gezan DjaneticLM26Interblag FCRamusok United (COS)1M
Fedrea Quazin (EFL)LM/RM33FC Farleigh-Warburton (ETM)Brantisvogan FC1M
Jirar LomidanCM23FC YassacaKF Atlant (QUS)1M
Gavin Mitchell (OSR)CM33Directus (EUR)Chalesm FC1M
Przemors DzetkerST29Interblag FCOld Sarum (ETN)1M
Maryl AntrobusRB28Traal AthleticsHarmonica Tundra (MBT)0.8M
Zelso CervkleLM25Golgafrincham CityFC Sjerezo0.75M
Olev SkripinST20Olympia SasavaLublova Reds0.75M
Vaarin DetkovLM26FC SynecaInterblag FC0.7M
Keshav RallinaitisCAM28Sivolvia CACBrantisvogan FC0.7M
Drezhni AzlatzovGK29Lublova RedsJaglan Royals0.6M
Grigor ChulkovLB27Svetranj UnitedOlympia Arkintoofle0.6M
Pal DuranoLM27Revolution ChalesmMegabrantid SC0.6M
Khajag OonarCM25Sporting JaglanViltvodle United0.6M
Jaeduke ArwinAM27UFC FlamarionJaglan Royals0.6M
Viordar RebljetenST22Dynamo BardjovAlgolia AC0.6M
Jurzse BedesnjakST24Dynamo LublovaHan Dold City0.55M
Djor LohaniGK29UFC FlamarionViltvodle City0.5M
Vaarin DetkovLM28Traktor GryrorikInterblag FC0.5M
Gorkhan FarsjoRM29Railways ACOlympia Arkintoofle0.5M
Rycszard VepcojatCAM23Dynamo BardjovLublova Reds0.5M
Kekoan PoberST25Zarss PortersFC Hunian0.5M
Gurgen RaynottRF24Wavel ACSyneca AC0.5M
Chario ZouchaLF21Vassilian CitySyneca AC0.5M
Svardo VrboskaCB22Dynamo BardjovInterblag FC0.45M
Kulap ErerGK25Viltvodle CityEmerald CoastFree
Sigmund Howson (BRE)GK33Zholvi Athletic (MRC)Han Dold City FCFree
Asdrubal Martin (SLL)GK32Hussards (ASU)Megabrantid SCFree
Kauri VagevaGK30Damogran FCFC HenshaFree
Artemios Zigdis (FHU)GK30Locomotive Imogrtur (AFT)Damogran FCFree
Dolozan ZsofkaGK29Chalesm FCBrasta FCFree
Olev CleggLB27Olympia ArkintoofleBrasta FCFree
Tyson Palma (AUD)LB31Lajuno (EUR)AC DamogranFree
Stigand GorverCB31Brantisvogan FCFlania ZarssFree
Dimitri Hagicostas (NPH)CB35Crawford City FC (COS)Brantisvogan FCFree
Clint Hampton (BRE)CB32New Oxford Nucleus (CEN)Emerald CoastFree
Gide NajzarCB27Viltvodle CityFC HunianFree
Avag TrettinCB28Syneca ACDamogran FCFree
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Koit IsarnRB25Damogran FCHan Dold CityFree
Kurtis Rough (NPH)RB35Dodge City (DUN)Brantisvogan FCFree
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Riley McGregor (SCT)CM31Acoflosa United (MRC)Jaglan RoyalsFree
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Shadi VingelenCM27Jaglan RoyalsFC HenshaFree
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SCFA Season 2 Preview Part 2: Club Overviews 1

Postby Squornshelan Remnant States » Sun Nov 11, 2018 9:19 am

Here we'll begin to look in more detail at what each club has done during the offseason, and what their prospects are for the coming year. Going in order, I'll start with the twelve teams predicted to finish in the bottom half of the league in order from 24th to 13th.

Sivolvia Central: Losing Keshav Rallinaitis was a huge blow to Sivolvia's hopes of finishing out of the cellar this year. They did manage to pick up a few players to help shore up their attack, particularly Visvaldis Shveikin from Lublova. He was a useful counterpart to Demkjo Jzvanic and Jzeovak Vladcik, and should help to offset the loss of offense from Rallinaitis's departure. It remains to be seen if he can operate as the main creator of offense though, as his supporting cast at Sivolvia will be a far cry from that of Lublova. Dibran Anitza, most recently of Brantisvogan, will step in to fill the shoes of Rallinaitis, and just isn't the same caliber of player at all. Rasim Orgatz will be a minor upgrade at right mid, but not to the degree that this team needs to truly compete. Shveiking will have to drop fairly deep to receive the ball, as he won't be able to rely on the midfield doing it themselves against League 1 opposition.
At the back, Nyoman Shudet remains in net, which is definitely a positive, but I'm really not certain whether the back four can adjust to the higher level of play without any reinforcements. I think that Sivolvia are lucky that no teams will be relegated this year, because they will be hard pressed to finish outside of what would be the relegation zone.
Manager: Suljo Kabagenyi
Formation: 4-4-2
Projected Starters: GK Nyoman Shudet, LB Rostom Walaro, CB Faran Shudet, CB Agim Sotelo, RB Julen Tissisat, LM Besarion Meewcha, CM Dibran Anitza, CM Kaleos Rasellin, RM Rasim Orgatz, ST Visvaldis Shveikin, ST Aatos Mersu
Captain: Kaleos Rasellin - 30 years old
Last Year: 2nd, League 2
Prediction: 24th

Flania Zarss: Zarss were bad last year and haven't gotten much better. Their transfer window activity consisted of picking up castoffs from top teams on free transfers, and there's a reason those players were let go. Center back Stigand Gorver joins from Brantisvogan left mid Odhran Fjellerad from Megabrantid, and striker Polter Albrecht from Algolia, but none of these is the type of superstar needed to pull Zarss out of the basement. Their best bet is to continue signing useful players for free while investing in their youth development. Zarss aren't equipped to spend their way out of this. The real challenge for them will come next year, when whatever talent they can develop will have to be enough to keep them clear of the relegation zone. Personally, I think they're due for some serious rebuilding if they want a shot at the new top flight.
Manager: Shorath Haldas
Formation: 4-4-2
Projected Starters: GK Eetu Ivanov, LB Janar Falkrad, CB Stigand Gorver, CB Alvar Bliziotis, RB Gochan Tabol, LM Odhran Fjellerad, CM Voskis Daugiraitis, CM Danin Sulvik, RM Kalevi Aspnas, ST Tervi Pyatlov, ST Polter Albrecht
Captain: Alvar Bliziotis - 31 year old
Last Year: 22nd
Prediction: 23rd

FC Hensha: Hensha made a few additions, mostly aimed at improving their defensive play by adding veteran players, but I don't think they hit the mark. Starting from the net and moving out, their first acquisition was former Damogran keeper Kauri Vageva who at 31 is still good for a few years, but has never been the sort of keeper to steal matches, which is what Hensha will need a lot of if they aspire to anything but a bottom third finish. He'll be an improvement, but not much of one. Right back Regimar Holz from Branisvogan is a similar story. He probably doesn't have a lot left to give, and if I were in their shoes, I would've let him fall to some League 2 team. He'll be able to provide some experience and mentorship to young players, particularly on defense, but his limitations in speed could end up a serious liability.
In midfield, the lone addition is former Jaglan player Shadi Vingelen, who has more years left to contribute than Vageva or Holz, but was part of a fairly lethargic attack for the Royals. I can't see this Hensha lighting up the scoreboards much, and while they're decent defensively, I think they'll end up under siege against most of the teams in the league. Another team that's lucky no one will be relegated.
Manager: Elias Fahlfeder
Formation: 4-4-2
Projected Starters: GK Kauri Vageva, LB Anton Spirkis, CB Otar Leska, CB Tarno Messer, RB Regimar Holz, LM Chochin Melendor, CM Shadi Vingelen, CM Halfdan Volot, RM Keala Drunau, ST Zigor Brusov, ST Hartas Isshtak
Captain: Tarno Messer - 29 years old
Last Year: 21st
Prediction: 22nd

FC Sjerezo: Sjerezo picked up Zelso Cervkle from relegated Golgafrincham, giving him a chance to stay in the top flight while returning to his hometown, but this improvement to their midfield does not look like enough to catapult them up the table and into the Super League. Apart from Cervkle, they will send out the exact same lineup they did last year, and there is no reason to expect those players to fare any better than they did last year. In particular, they could've used some improvements to the defense, where the aging Kyselev will be a liability down the flank. Jursze Ciernik seems to lack the positional instincts to stick as a top league goaltender, and if Sjerezo want to stay up, they will have to make a decision about what to do in net soon. They'll have some choices to make in the attack in the coming years as well. Kovacs and Smolarek are perfectly capable against lesser competition, but too often they become invisible against top teams. Sjerezo needs an attacking playmaker to truly compete at a high level. They can stand pat and be a solidly average team in League 1, or they can spend a little money, and make a push for promotion to the Super League. Perhaps they'll manage it in the future, but it definitely won't be this year.
Manager: Hajdzar Kaczmarek
Formation: 4-4-1-1
Projected Starters: GK Jursze Ciernik, LB Volad Miazga, CB Jzacol Urtenzic, CB Daczibog Ketadzic, RB Dzimitri Kyselev, LM Zelso Cervkle, CM Ctibor Zerkalnov, CM Djoban Poplavov, RM Bojan Portniagin, CAM Radjor Kovacs, ST Zladko Smolarek
Captain: Bojan Portniagin - 28 years old
Last Year: 20th
Prediction: 21st

Brasta FC: Brasta were below-average but not a terrible team last year. Unfortunately, they didn't impress much in their additions to the team, which consist of three castoffs from teams that made big additions to chase UICA qualification. First and foremost, they added former Chalesm keeper Dolozan Zsofka While there is plenty of blame to go around for Chalesm's poor defensive performance last year, not all of it can fall on Zsofka. He is a decent keeper, but probably not the significant upgrade that Brasta are hoping he will be. Olev Clegg, left back formerly of Olympia Arkintoofle is a better addition, as he was let go less for being a detriment to the team, and more because he was excess inventory after they bought Chulkov. On a team that likes to play with only three across the back, adding an experienced player like Clegg should definitely help to stabilize things at the back. Finally, Brasta picked up Jasso Manobat on a free from Viltvodle United, who lost his job to new acquisition Khajag Oonar. Manobat will be a useful player for Brasta, but again, nothing spectacular.
Overall, Brasta haven't made much progress in trying to improve their team, and simply don't appear to have the skill to get away with playing as aggressively as they do. They could potentially challenge as one of the bubble teams for promotion to the Super League if everything goes right, but I think it's more likely they find themselves in the bottom third when all is said and done. Haberek will need to adjust his tactics to suit the team he has, not the team he wishes he had. If he can't he may find himself looking for work this time next year, possibly even sooner.
Manager: Dzevad Haberek
Formation: 3-2-3-2
Projected Starters: GK Dolozan Zsofka, LB Olev Clegg, CB Gaioz Wysor, RB Kekoan Tschida, CM Lakhan Stavish, CM Jasso Manobat, LAM Eetu Pianka, CAM Zlece Kortajarena, RAM Uolevi Karu, ST Fabre Laxalt, ST Eldan Yarritu
Captain: Uolevi Karu - 30 years old
Last Year: 17th
Prediction: 20th

Wavel Rangers: Rangers had by far the most boring offseason, bringing in no new players. Yes, you read that right: 0 transfers. Whether this proves to be genius or madness remains to be seen, but it has to be said that Rangers have some pretty promising young players, including fullbacks Saer and Aswydd who are both turning 23, and 19-year-old striker Bohler. If management's faith in their own internal player development is justified, Rangers could finish even higher than we're predicting, but given the youth of the team that finished 18th last year, I think they can manage to improve a little bit, whether they actually will follow through on that possibility is another matter. I think they were unwise to pass up the chance to add talent this year. It seems unlikely there will ever be so many players from top teams available for free again, and while their commitment to building from within is admirable, and may serve them well in the long run, this year, they look like a team being left behind.
Manager: Hardik Pasagic
Formation: 4-4-2
Projected Starters: GK Kynrig Pryddud, LB Heilin Saer, CB Ensio Chama, CB Danin Jahangir, RB Eurig Aswydd, LM Viordar Jagiello, CM Afon Inareddrin, CM Hasufin Saissond, RM Aeryn Dold, ST Emil Bohler, ST Ahtan Sherfey
Captain: Aeryn Dold - 28 years old
Last Year: 18th
Prediction: 19th

FC Hunian: Hunian were a decent, middle-of-the-pack team last year, finishing slightly below the middle of the table, but have stagnated this offseason where other teams have been making improvements. They made only two additions to the team, first purchasing striker Kekoan Pober from Porters for half a million. He is a proven contributor in League 2, and still has most of his prime years ahead of him, but he'll be up against much tougher opposition now, and will likely have fewer opportunities to score. Hunian's other acquisition was V City center back Gide Najzar, who will also be a small upgrade at that position. There are no glaring weaknesses in the lineup they'll send out this year, but no major bright spots either. With all the improvements and new players coming into the league this year, and average team last year will struggle, and I think Hunian are due for some serious regression.
Manager: Karsan Lytten
Formation: 4-4-2
Projected Starters: GK Aram Gnau, LB Bedros Alsogaray, CB Eder Ulloa, CB Gide Najzar, RB Hortas Jicha, LM Cremos Ramsaran, CM Khos Nawabi, CM Tahvo Zaveri, RM Taye Sookram, ST Kekoan Pober, ST Yudos Amezaga
Captain: Bedros Alsogaray - 32 years old
Last Year: 15th
Prediction: 18th

AC Damogran: Athletic had a fairly quiet transfer window, with their only move being the addition of veteran Audioslavian left back Tyson Palma on a free transfer. He will proved a little boost to a fairly young back four, in which center back Otar Vranx was the only player over 24. Whether 21-year-old Kian Raaso and 23-year-old Nigul Hamero can adapt to the level of play in League 1 is an important question that will be answered over the course of the season.
Moving on from the back four, by far the biggest news for Athletic is that Vrenz Tambura and Slater Jant will remain in purple and orange for the coming season. With Jant coming into his prime, and Tambura hoping to continue to improve, this should make Athletic a bubble team for last couple promotion spots for the Super League. The main issue with the team is that with Tambura the clear focal point of their attack, opposing teams will likely mark him closely, so other players will need to be ready to step in. If Danin Struna can become an impact player on the other flank, it will go a long way toward keeping defenses honest. Athletic will be hoping that teams like Yassaca and Syneca will regress enough from losing their stars to be caught, but they will need someone other than Tambura to step up in a big way if they're going to finish above the bottom third. It will be close, but I think they'll have to wait at least a year before getting a chance to join the Super League.
Manager: Ekta Hjorth
Formation: 4-1-3-2
Projected Starters: GK Slater Jant, LB Tyson Palma (AUD), CB Kian Raaso, CB Otar Vranx, RB Nigul Hamero, CDM Pitran Durano, LM Danin Struna, CM Rudin Ganoda, RM Vrenz Tambura, ST Vakhtang Lorsch, ST Ullin Dakna
Captain: Pitran Durano - 31 years old
Last Year: 1st, League 2
Prediction: 17th

Syneca AC: With the loss of star midfielder and team captain Tudan Povarnin, Syneca seem to be retooling their tactical approach. Rather than going out and finding a direct replacement for the playmaking left mid, they added wing forwards Chario Zoucha and Gurgen Raynott, formarly of League 2 Clubs Vassilian City and Wavel AC respectively, and based on their lineup, will be transitioning to a 4-3-3. They also picked up former Damogran FC center back Avag Trettin on a free transfer. Zoucha and Raynott look like promising additions, and combined with the shift to a more aggressive formation, should help make up for the lack of attacking dynamism in Povarnin's absence. Trettin, however, looked unimpressive with Damogran, and there is a reason he was available for free this offseason. With that said, I think that these moves should be just enough to stabilize their team, and get them into the Super League, though it will be very close, as Athletic and Rangers will be nipping at their heels.
Manager: Devang Kadmyan
Formation: 4-3-3
Projected Starters: GK Shadi Lundergan, LB Damek Jarsden, CB Avag Trettin, CB Riker Dekam, RB Stadrin Roskam, LM Kaspar Schovajsa, CM Brehan Duhald, RM Cabran Asfaw, LF Chario Zoucha, ST Cayan Rivog, RF Gurgen Raynott
Captain: Cabran Asfaw - 28 years old
Last Year: 16th
Prediction: 16th

FC Yassaca: Yassaca parted ways with their rising star, center midfielder Jirar Lomidan who heads to KF Atlant in Qusmo, and thought they've picked up a couple of players to help ease the transition, such a dynamic player at such a key position is not easily replaced, and they're most likely due to regress a bit. They first added Zadok Renta who was let go by Lublova after they secured Rycszard Vepcojat's services. Renta won't be the player Lomidan was, but he's a veteran, and will be reliable in midfield. He is a versatile player, but likely won't look as god as he did at Lublova, who had perhaps the best midfield unit in the league last year. The other addition joins from KF Atlant, as the traveling Super Llamalander Jayson Herrera will make the next stop on his world tour in the Confederacy. While we can be sure that he'll only be staying with Yassaca for a year, he should be able to contribute enough to the attack to keep them from tumbling out of the middle third. It will be important for Yassaca to get strong performances from both fullbacks, as the good form of Musil and Escarano last year was crucial, given how centrally focused their tactics are. I expect to see Yassaca in the Super League preview this time next year. Whether they will continue to swap players with their new Qusmi'y partners at Atlant remains to be seen.
Manager: Irfan Melkum
Formation: 4-1-2-1-2
Projected Starters: GK Argis Ekewakan, LB Gardiye Musil, CB Yafos Bootsma, CB Temuris Kulmala, RB Rostom Escarano, CDM Housam Voyels, LCM Zadok Renta, RCM Kioz Ryndin, CAM Jayson Herrera (SLL), ST Sriram Eglitits, ST Prasert Zupan
Captain: Kioz Ryndin - 29 years old
Last Year: 13th
Prediction: 15th

Emerald Coast Emerald Coast look to be another team on the bubble when it comes to promotion to the Super League. The flashiest move they made was bringing in veteran Brenecian center back Clint Hampton, who will contribute poise and leadership despite his speed limitations. They also made a change in goal, picking up former Viltvodle City netminder Kulap Erer, who could prove a real bargain as a free transfer as he is only turning 26 this year. Their attack will remain the same as last year and depend heavily on the chemistry between center mid Aitar Poudyal and striker Agyenim Bunnag. The attack depends on other players as well, of course, but those two will be the focus for the majority of scoring chances. If they regress from last year, Coast could be in trouble. I think they'll be able to keep pace in the middle of the pack, but a top-half finish will be hard to come by. They should just be able to edge out the other contenders to grab one of the last few promotion spots though.
Manager: Gobind Srygler
Formation: 4-4-2
Projected Starters: GK Kulap Erer, LB Tehmin Jaglani, CB Clint Hampton (BRE), CB Yihun Peura, RB Bendiks Paajar, LM Indrek Sabbah, CM Gochan Aksoy, CM Aitar Poudyal, RM Urho Plesek, ST Agyenim Bunnag, ST Wiran Vemula
Captain: Tehmin Jaglani - 31 years old
Last Year: 14th
Prediction: 14th


Han Dold City FC One year removed from finishing behind their downstream rivals, Rangers, by the slimmest of margins, HDC look ready to move a few spots up the table. They added Brenecian goaltender Sigmund Howson on a free from Zholvi Athletic of Mercedini, which should really help shore things up at the back. They also added left back Koit Isarn after he was released by Damogran. While many of the lower-table teams that picked up castoff defenders from Damogran and Brantisvogan probably aren't getting very much, Isarn should fit in well with his new team. He likes to get forward whenever practical, which will suit his new manager's possession-based attack just fine. With the midfield rich and attack rich with homegrown talent, HDC looks to be a team in transition to something greater. Either that or a team shortly due for a serious payday in the transfer market. Iarnucon and Heltain should be a dangerous wing duo once again, and Molvanian Jurzse Bedesnjak should be improved with better chemistry with his Han teammates. I think management at HDC have made some shrewd moves to improve their defense, while resisting the temptation to tamper overmuch with an attack that worked just fine last year, and they should find themselves in the Super League this time next year as one of the most improved teams of last year's bottom half.
Manager: Aerhyd Aseyneddin
Formation: 4-4-1-1
Projected Starters: GK Sigmund Howson (BRE), LB Rhodri Bortnan, CB Agwe Gadeirus, CB, Sieffre Deheubarth, RBKoit Isarn, LM Liuwyn Iarnucon, CM Tahvo Vedalken, CM Arwel Caswyddian, RM Talfryn Heltain, CF Ithel Rhyderch, ST Jurzse Bedesnjak
Captain: Arwel Caswyddian - 30 years old
Last Year: 19th
Prediction: 13th
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SCFA Season 2 Preview Part 3: Club Overviews 2

Postby Squornshelan Remnant States » Tue Nov 13, 2018 11:50 am

And now the second half of the club-by-club preview for this season: the top half. These are teams that should not only earn promotion to next year's Super League, but end up finishing as the better teams in the league. We'll start with Interblag, who just barely make the top half projections, and proceed up from there to reveal our predicted champion.

Interblag FC Everyone knew this was coming. After a phenomenal first season in League 1, and a good run in the Globe Cup, Interblag's murky finances have caught up with them and they went full fire sale mode during the transfer window. The biggest moves were the sales of RWB Jinkzta Ulcviecel to Jinja City of Banija for 4M, and GK Stovar Krieven to Bishop of Nephara for 3M. LM Gezan Djanetic also went abroad, to the rebuilding Ramusok United of Cosumar. Finally, CB Ctibor Tkermec and ST Przemors Dzetker also left the team, ending up at Viltvodle City and Old Sarum of Ethane respectively. As far as players coming in, Interblag joined the other teams plundering Dynamo Bardjov, buying center back Svardo Vrboska for 450k. They also added left mid Vaarin Detkov from Traktor Gryrorik to fill the gap left by Djanetic, but seem to be planning to replace most of their losses internally with young players like Antonin Zheleznik and Luka Kasun. They retained team captain Zholtokh Dzrenin, but he isn't getting any younger, and will have his work cut out for him if Interblag are to be at all competitive. While nearly every other team that finished in the top half last year seemed to get better, or at least remain steady during the transfer window, Interblag took massive steps backward. I think Dzrenin's leadership will be enough to keep them in the top half, but just barely.
Manager: Titor Hlinka
Formation: 4-4-2 Diamond
Projected Starting 11: GK Lakhan Porkuni, LB Kovar Antic, CB Svardo Vrboska, CB Temuris Zvelgaitis, RB Antonin Zheleznik, CDM Gyidor Tzoric, LM Vaarin Detkov, RM Zachevs Shveikin, CAM Zholtokh Dzrenin, ST Dragan Mlakor, ST Luka Kasun
Captain: Zholtokh Dzrenin - 35 years old
Last Year: 3rd
Prediction: 12th

Megabrantid SC MSC pinned a lot of their hopes for this transfer season on landing Djabgor Dzarkhin from Lublova. Unfortunately for them, Lublova refused to listen to any domestic offers for the talented left back, and he ended up going to Foxchester Raiders in Starblaydia instead. By that point in the transfer window, MSC were largely out of options as far as making a big splash, and while they didn't get any worse in adding goalkeeper Asdrubal Martin, striker Alistair Redalen, and left mid Pal Durano, they were largely standing still where others were making strides forward. A lot of their season will depend on the continuing development of young center mid Iuri Takala who looks a solid prospect for the national team in future world cup cycles. Adding Redalen and Durano to the set of attacking weapons Takala has to choose from when distributing the ball will be a good thing for his career, though the rest of the midfield is not as strong as it could be. The back four is also in need of some reinforcements. Captain Abdeg Darbo will be solid as usual in the center, but could use a little help, especially as age chips away at his speed. Dzarkhin would have been a perfect addition at left back, but with him abroad Megabrantid were unable to find a suitable replacement before the end of the transfer window. As impatient as MSC's ownership tends to be, I'd expect them to go shopping in a much bigger way next offseason. For this year, I think they'll finish more or less where they did last year: well outside of the UICA picture, but high enough to join the new Super League.
Manager: Grigor Skeens
Formation: 4-4-2
Projected Starters: GK Asdrubal Martin (SLL), LB Danin Enesca, CB Abdeg Darbo, CB Dietmar Kempf, RB Pjarno Kaluznyy, LM Pal Durano, CM Iuri Takala, CM Aatos Havner, RM Ebwin Vegger, ST Alistair Redalen (COS), ST Dymor Zduncyk
Captain: Abdeg Darbo - 32 years old
Last Year: 10th
Prediction: 11th

Jaglan Royals Royals had really hoped to make some big moves to boost their attacking ability this off-season, with the defense already in a pretty good state. They did manage to add center mid Riley McGregor on a free transfer, but their main domestic target, striker Przemors Dzetker ended up in Ethane with Old Sarum, and Royals were forced to settle for attacking mid Jaeduke Arwin from relegated UFC Flamarion. He'll certainly help them out, though the strikers he'll be working with could be better; neither Esben Roedberg nor Ganter Predlov looked very impressive last year. Arwin and McGregor should be able to cooperate well in midfield though, so Jaglan should have pretty decent possession numbers this year. I wonder, however, whether they might have trouble coming up with clutch goals in close games to turn draws into wins and losses into draws. Possession without the ability to create and finish chances incisively will do them little good. While their dependable back four remain unchanged, Jaglan did boost their defense by adding goalkeeper Drezhni Azlatzov from Lublova Reds. They'll definitely be one of the league's stronger teams defensively once again, but I think they'll struggle to rise above last year's performance, as their attack still seems incomplete.
Manager: Andas Famt
Formation: 4-3-1-2
Projected Starters: GK Drezhni Azlatzov, LB Koit Suharto, CB Rudi Dalso, CB Delis Abyen, RB Kial Foskros, LM Pal Serritslev, CM Riley McGregor (SCT), RM Jesper Krantz, CAM Jaeduke Arwin, ST Esben Roedberg, ST Ganter Predlov
Captain: Koit Suharto - 28 years old
Last Year: 9th
Prediction: 10th

Viltvodle United Apparently unimpressed with center mid Yideg Abhe, United elected to move on from their lone national team representative, selling him to Corinthian Spirits of Starblaydia for 1.5M. They then added two potential replacements for him, 20-year-old Rocco Luk from Eastfield Lodge for free, and 25-year-old Khajag Oonar from Sporting Jaglan for 600k. Oonar is a more dynamic attacking player than Abhe was, but perhaps less astute when defending, while Luk is still unproven, but could have the potential to be a core player in Viltvodle for years to come. Otherwise, the team remains unchanged from the one that finished eighth a year ago. The back line is above-average, the strikers are above-average, and overall it's hard to see this team as anything other than above-average as a whole. The Luk signing could turn out to be an absolutely inspired move, provided his development goes well, but for now, United haven't done enough to form themselves into a real contender. There is still something missing.
Manager:Sovrag Scordo
Formation: 4-4-2
Projected Starters: GK Dzemetz Klepacki, LB Terek Cwikla, CB Urho Kneib, CB Ramaz Korve, RB Stovar Kehtna, LM Jirar Koeru, CM Rocco Luk (EFL), CM Khajag Oonar, RM Mikko Oreselle, ST Viordar Dzegtariev, ST Rudin Tylldal
Captain: Stovar Kehtna - 30 years old
Last Year: 8th
Prediction: 9th

Viltvodle City City's main acquisition over the off-season was goalkeeper Djor Lohani, though they likely would have preferred to get Jaska Povarnin. They did manage to add Ctibor Tkermec to the center of their back line, and Cosumarite right back Falk Hammesfahr on a free, which should make them a much more stable team at the back than last year, when most experts agreed that they overachieved in the league, and showed their true form in bowing out at the first hurdle in the Confederacy Cup. Together with team captain Ville Yrjana, these additions will give City one of the better defenses in the league. Coupled with national team pool players Ozol Gebara and Kambiz Avagyan in the attack, they definitely have the skill and potential to be contenders. However, with so much change at the back, they may have trouble finding chemistry early in the season. It also has to be said that the midfield apart from Gebara is not exactly impressive, and City will be over-reliant on him to power their attack. Pahlke and Kathan are more defensively minded players at heart, and neither is truly suited to being the centerpiece of a UICA-quality attack. City are probably still a middle of the pack team, unless this new lineup can play with instant chemistry. Personally, I think there will be an early-season adjustment period which will keep them well out of UICA contention, but they should finish strong. I don't think it'll be enough to lift them into a UICA spot, but they should be contenders next year.
Manager: Tassand Haag
Formation: 4-4-2
Projected Starters: GK Djor Lohani, LB Dinval Skuleskard, CB Ville Yrjana, CB Ctibor Tkermec, RB Falk Hammesfahr (COS), LM Ozol Gebara, CM Aldir Pahlke, CM Givi Kathan, RM Erlantz Bruflat, ST Kambiz Avagyan, ST Emil Mogore
Captain: Ville Yrjana - 30 years old
Last Year: 11th
Prediction: 8th

Damogran FC Surprisingly, Damogran elected to make their moves this off-season on the cheap. They kept Eyob Zonde and Hakan Gryspos while using free transfers to add veteran leadship to their leaky defense. Goalkeeper Artemios Zigdis joins from Locomotive Imgortur, and right back Vladimir Krupin from Duredain Barricade. They also spent 1M on center back Bedros Torluk from Golgafrincham. There's no real doubt that Damogran are better in net and at the back than they were a year ago; the question is, how much better?
Torluk, Krupin, and Zigdis will certainly improve Damogran's defense, but should they have aimed a little higher than they did? Only spending 1M while other teams were shelling out two to three times that amount could come back to haunt them. Zonde will be a dynamic player on the right wing again, but Dolnight and Gryspos are not on the same kind of level, as both barely make it into the current national team pool. On the left wing, Fabre Klovsjo and Shadi Damograni are serviceable, but not the type of players to lead a team to a championship. Adding a player in the 1-2M range to act as a left wing counterpart to Zonde would have transformed Damogran into a title contender.
While their attack looks perfectly capable, I am not convinced that they have made big enough moves to realistically contend for a UICA berth. I think they'll finish more or less where they did last year, and there may be consequences in the front office for the lack of progress. If I'm right about their finish, I expect them to be much more aggressive next transfer window.
Manager: Vichai Parekh
Formation: 4-3-3
Projected Starters: GK Artemios Zigdis (FHU), LB Zaal Gravset, CB Bedros Torluk, CB Sjurd Eichhorn, RB Vladimir Krupin (PDN), LM Fabre Klovsjo, CM Ramaz Dolnight, RM Eyob Zonde, LF Shadi Damograni, CF Hakan Gryspos, RF Haakan Zvelnic
Captain: Shadi Damograni - 32 years old
Last Year: 7th
Prediction: 7th

Arkintoofle United Olympia were apparently in a mood to add players whose names begin with G, as they bought three. The highest profile move, however, was the departure of disgruntled center back Zemen Ystrad, who will be playing for Diamondqueen in Nephara (when he isn't suspended that is). His position will be filled by academy graduate Zuzen Tabon, who will need to grow up in a hurry. While Olympia didn't sign a direct replacement for Ystrad, they did shore up their defense a little by buying right back Grigor Chulkov, and also improved the midfield with Gorkhan Farsjo. Their biggest acquisition was teenage Blaneuan striker Gethin Powell, who was part of the fire sale at Defi Rovers. Management at Arkintoofle have tried to temper immediate expectations for the young man, but it is clear they are hoping he will develop into a player to lead this team to UICA berths for years to come. Aside from these moves, their lineup will remain unchanged. They look stronger on the attack, but definitely weaker in defense, and with a teenager stepping in where last year there was a national team player at center back, Olympia will definitely be easier to score on than they were. Kapro Skibnaes is a perfectly serviceable keeper for League 1, but definitely not the best, especially considering how many teams made upgrades at that position during the transfer window.
I like the pieces Olympia have added for the long run, but at present I think the upheaval in defense from Ystrad's departure will mean slight regression for the coming season as too many other teams have gotten better.
Manager: Jigar Cisneros
Formation: 4-4-2
Projected Starters: GK Kapro Skibnaes, LB Grigor Chulkov, CB Kaleva Haugen, CB Zuzen Tabon, RB Ilmari Seppa, LM Lopal Izborsk, CM Polter Yndel, CM Holger Okoli, RM Gorkhan Farsjo, ST Tosin Dahl, ST Gethin Powell (BLN)
Captain: Holger Okoli - 29 years old
Last Year: 5th
Prediction: 6th

Chalesm FC Chalesm were also fairly active in the transfer window, selling holding midfielder Shrike Hagaz to newly promoted Westpike of Brenecia, and replacing him with Osarian center mid Gavin Mitchell. They also bid for Qusmi'y right back Sevet-Zorno Val, formerly of KF Atlant but were unsuccessful in securing their services. These additions will certainly help to address Chalesm's terrible possession and defensive numbers, but the biggest addition is definitely in net, where they were the beneficiaries of whatever unspecified drama led to Kinner Mustahil's departure from Algolia, allowing them to part ways with Dolozan Zsofka. Without having made any changes to their back four, however, I am not convinced that Chalesm have gotten enough better to contend for the title.
With striker Zoban Ajao now having quite a bit more experience under his belt, Chalesm again look like a dangerous attacking team. There was really little doubt about that, though, and players like winger Dahl and Dyranut will be looking to make a case for inclusion in the national team pool. Swapping out Hagaz for Mitchell will also improve the attack, as Klontz can shift to play a slightly more defensive style in midfield than he did last year, allowing Mitchell to take the initiative where Hagaz seldom did. On the whole, Chalesm are definitely a better team this year, but don't look quite good enough to contend for a UICA spot. The change in goal is a real coup for them, but they need some help in defense to become true championship contenders.
Manager: Ensio Kedar
Formation: 4-4-2
Projected Starters: GK Kinner Mustahil, LB Olev Ahlgren, CB Terentis Ebeling, CB Yafos Orlov, LB Horst Hellevig, LM Kulap Dahl, CM Gavin Mitchell (OSR), CM Dietmar Klontz, RM Janne Dyranut, ST Solos Gandrup, ST Zoban Ajao
Captain: Dietmar Klontz - 30 years old
Last Year: 6th
Prediction: 5th

Lublova Reds Given their relative spending power compared to the big Brantid and Algolian clubs, Lublova have done a good job keeping their core together. They retained Jzeovak Vladcik, Vaarin Strepol, and Dymek Raktsov, while selling Djabgor Dzarkhin and Demkjo Jzvanic while their value was high. Some of that transfer money allowed them to acquire goalkeeper Jaska Povarnin from Arkintoofle United. Povarnin will definitely help offset the loss of Dzarkhin on the back line, but I'm not sure if they're quite up to the task of winning the league title they so badly want. They are probably the most dangerous attacking team in the league, however, even with the loss of Jzvanic. Olev Skripin, who joins from Olympia Sasava, will fill one of Jzvanic's shoes, and center mid Ryszard Vepcojat, formerly of Dynamo Bardjov, will fill the other. With Vladcik and Skripin both under 23, the Lublova attack looks in good shape for the foreseeable future, but the defense has definitely regressed, despite the upgrade in goal. Overall, it's not so much that Lublova got worse, they're still a very capable team, but they weren't able to keep pace with the big spenders, and I think they risk winding up on the outside looking in when the next UICA cycle comes. They will be a team that depends on overwhelming their opponents with goals, which in the physical, defense-first tactical approach that currently prevails in the confederacy, might not be the best thing to be.
Manager: Rakvar Pavlyukovets
Formation: 4-2-2-2
Projected Starters: GK Jaska Povarnin, LB Iuri Pustoshka, CB Dymek Raktsov, CB Parthag Nirjo, RB Nikod Ketur, LAM Jzeovak Vladcik, CM Vaarin Strepol, CM Rycszard Vepcojat, RAM Anders Hjort, ST Aitor Koptsev, ST Olev Skripin
Captain: Vaarin Strepol - 27 years old
Last Year: 2nd
Prediction: 4th

Brantisvogan FC After a tremendously disappointing twelfth place finish in a season many Brantids hoped their team would win, Brantisvogan were one of the most active teams on the transfer market. They retained national team center back Ortzi Perparim and striker Girma Mikhulat, but made sweeping changes across their lineup, they first took steps to reinforce Perparim and improve last year's woeful defensive performance, adding veteran center back Dimitri Hagicostas and right back Kurtis Rough on free transfers, both of them natives of Nephara. Following that, they made a potentially controversial move, buying former Eastfield Lodge international, winger Fedrea Quazin, whose debut will mark the beginning of gender-integrated sports in the Confederacy. Their 2M purchase of Fleftic holding midfielder Baltazar Chan was the most expensive move they made, and the veteran will be heavily relied upon to help the team manage possession and close down attackers more effectively this year.
They will have one of the weaker goaltenders among teams that project to top-half finishes, but if the improved team in front of Salovaara can dominate possession, he should be due for a statistical resurgence with a significantly reduced workload. Of the other players remaining from last year, Siavash Kuri should transition nicely as the midfield pivot, playing ahead of Chan and behind Rallinaitis. Aatu Ruoho is probably the best of their wide midfielders, which works out well, since his positioning on the left will leave Quazin free to play her favored position on the right flank. As for left back Doron Fuchs, he'll be the weak link in the back four, but with Perparim stretched less thinly this year, Fuchs should be left isolated less frequently. In terms of the transfer market, Brantisvogan may be the single most improved team on paper, and in my book, these additions could move them from the middle of the table up into UICA contention.
Manager: Heldir Zaman
Formation: 4-1-3-1-1
Projected Starters: GK Erkki Salovaara, LB Doron Fuchs, CB Ortzi Perparim, CB, Dimitri Hagicostas (NPH), RB Kurtis Rough (NPH), CDM Baltazar Chan (AFT), LM Aatu Ruoho, CM Siavash Kuri, RM Fedrea Quazin (EFL), CAM Keshav Rallinaitis, ST Girma Mikhulat
Captain: Ortzi Perparim - 28 years old
Last Year: 12th
Prediction: 3rd

Traal Athletics The defending double champions parted ways with both of their full/wing backs, earning 3.8M in transfer fees, and did not make any purchases. Rumor has it that they are hard up against their salary budget, and not in a position to add any significant players. Instead, they will rely on their excellent academy and tradition of talent development. Reuter Storsjo will step up to play right back in place of Maryl Antrobus who departs for Harmonica Tundra of Mareibat, while teenager Laris Argall has the unenviable task of filling the shoes of Danin Geladi as he heads to Darmen to join Hugh Town Millionaires. While Traal will certainly not be quite as good as last year, wingback is not the most essential position, and they are still a very good team, with national team players Damot and Aldra in center midfield, and Nakhutin and Oleb anchoring the defense while Munib remains in goal. For all their potential weaknesses down the wings, Traal's lineup is downright intimidating in the center. It will be very difficult to break them down through the middle, and teams that are strong down the wings will likely have a better chance against them. I think they'll be hard pressed to repeat as league champions given all the improvements other teams have made, but they should earn UICA qualification once again.
Manager: Lopal Daror
Formation: 5-4-1
Projected Starters: GK Istaro Munib, LB Laris Argall, CB Meros Delevan, CB Tervi Oleb, CB Skumantas Nakhutin, RB Reuter Storsjo, LM Ensio Doba, CM Arlo Damot, CM Doron Aldra, RM Pitran Schuchardt, ST Dinval Periet
Captain: Arlo Damot - 30 years old
Last Year: 1st
Prediction: 2nd

Algolia AC The Suntigers were one of the more active teams during the transfer window, clearly hoping to improve on their fourth place finish by adding some attacking punch to their roster. Their first move was to buy striker Viordar Rebljeten from Dynamo Bardjov, trusting that he can deliver the same kind of performance that took Dynamo to the SBCC playoff round. Following that, they abruptly announced that they were parting ways with national team reserve goaltender Kinner Mustahil, who they sold to Chalesm for 2.25M. This left Algolia in a very tough spot, as there was no goaltender available domestically of Mustahil's quality. They looked abroad for further additions to the roster, and found a pair of Nepharans, Goalkeeper Daniel Fitzmarten (3M from Felswyr Frost [CMT]) and striker Hansi Westerlow (Free from BSC Vargas [SLL]). Fitzmarten should be every bit the keeper Mustahhil was for them, and while neither Westerlow nor Rebljeten is likely to challenge for the goal-scoring title this year, they represent a significant upgrade to the Suntigers' attack, especially after Rebljeten's scoring outburst for Bardjov in the Series B Champions' Cup. The two also have complementary playing styles, as Westerlow likes to be up high, pressuring defenders, and Rebljeten is more the type to hang back and play almost as a false nine.
The back four will remain unchanged from last year, and should be one of the tougher units in the league, led by team captain Rasim Abiodun and national team substitute right back Janar Delu. In midfield, a lot will rest on the shoulders of young center mid Danin Stolp, who will take on much of the responsibility for distributing the ball to the Suntigers' new strikers. On the wings, Tauno Rigard and Holgar Gschwind are capable, if not spectacular players, and should be able to combine well with their new strikers. Overall, Algolia took an already good team and made it significantly better. They look like the team to beat this year, and I'll be at least mildly surprised if someone else ends up heading to next year's Champions' Cup.
Manager: Dolvin Antal
Formation: 4-1-3-2
Projected Starters: GK Daniel Fitzmarten (NPH), LB Raimo Balver, CB Hagos Odur, CB Rasim Abiodun, RB Janar Delu, CDM Aeron Schultheiss, LM Tauno Rigard, CM Danin Stolp, RM Holgar Gschwind, CF Viordar Rebljeten, ST Hansi Westerlow (NPH)
Captain: Rasim Abiodun - 29 years old
Last Year: 4th
Prediction: 1st
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SCFA Season 2, Matchdays 1-12

Postby Squornshelan Remnant States » Mon Dec 31, 2018 2:24 pm

League 1

Brantisvogan FC 1–0 AC Damogran
Lublova Reds 0–0 Megabrantid SC
Brasta FC 1–2 Algolia AC
Sivolvia CAC 4–1 FC Sjerezo
FC Hunian 4–3 FC Hensha
Interblag FC 2–3 Han Dold City
Emerald Coast 1–0 Viltvodle United
Wavel Rangers 2–2 Traal Athletics
Olympia Arkintoofle 1–0 Flania Zarss
Damogran FC 1–4 Jaglan Royals
Viltvodle City 0–0 Syneca AC
FC Yassaca 2–1 Chalesm FC

All eyes were on Brantisvogan for the season opener as Fedrea Qazin became the first woman ever to take the field for a Squornshelan club as Brantisvogan hosted newly promoted AC Damogran. BFC's revamped defense was smothering, isolating Tambura and limiting attacking space very effectively. Qazin proved the worth of her experience immediately, playing an excellent ball into space for Rallinaitis to assist on the match's only goal. Full marks to Jant for keeping the score close. In the day's other marquee matchup, Royals notched a decisive victory in the year's first Algolian Derby, humiliating Damogran at home 4-1. Elsewhere, Traal's title defense got off to a rocky start as they conceded twice in a draw away in Han Wavel, and Lublova were held to a scoreless draw at home by MSC. Preseason favorites Algolia held on for a win, while a depleted Interblag opened their season with a home loss to HDC FC, and Chalesm also started with a thud, falling to Yassaca away.

AC Damogran 5–3 Chalesm FC
Syneca AC 3–1 FC Yassaca
Jaglan Royals 2–0 Viltvodle City
Flania Zarss 2–1 Damogran FC
Traal Athletics 2–0 Olympia Arkintoofle
Viltvodle United 4–0 Wavel Rangers
Han Dold City 4–3 Emerald Coast
FC Hensha 3–2 Interblag FC
FC Sjerezo 1–1 FC Hunian
Algolia AC 4–2 Sivolvia CAC
Megabrantid SC 0–0 Brasta FC
Brantisvogan FC 1–1 Lublova Reds

Brantisvogan were once again featured in the highest profile match of the week, this time facing off with Lublova. Last year's runners up were clearly unhappy with their inability to score in their opener and didn't have much better luck this week, having to settle for a second draw against a team from Brantisvogan in as many matches. Interblag and Chalesm continued to stumble, while Traal found their form shutting down the retooled Arkintoofle attack.

Lublova Reds 1–0 AC Damogran
Brasta FC 0–2 Brantisvogan FC
Sivolvia CAC 0–2 Megabrantid SC
FC Hunian 2–4 Algolia AC
Interblag FC 3–0 FC Sjerezo
Emerald Coast 2–3 FC Hensha
Wavel Rangers 2–2 Han Dold City
Olympia Arkintoofle 1–1 Viltvodle United
Damogran FC 1–1 Traal Athletics
Viltvodle City 4–0 Flania Zarss
FC Yassaca 3–0 Jaglan Royals
Chalesm FC 3–2 Syneca AC

Lublova, Chalesm, and Interblag find their first victories of the season, while Algolia and Brantisvogan continue their good form, though the Suntigers will be unhappy with conceding two goals to an unheralded team like Hunian. Yassaca continues to be a difficult place to play, as Jaglan are this week's victims. Damogran are still in search of a victory, but do manage to earn their first point of the season in a respectable draw against visiting Traal. They definitely need to find a way to score more than one goal per match going forward.

AC Damogran 0–0 Syneca AC
Jaglan Royals 4–2 Chalesm FC
Flania Zarss 0–1 FC Yassaca
Traal Athletics 1–0 Viltvodle City
Viltvodle United 1–2 Damogran FC
Han Dold City 1–0 Olympia Arkintoofle
FC Hensha 0–0 Wavel Rangers
FC Sjerezo 1–3 Emerald Coast
Algolia AC 4–0 Interblag FC
Megabrantid SC 2–0 FC Hunian
Brantisvogan FC 1–1 Sivolvia CAC
Lublova Reds 0–1 Brasta FC

A great day for defense and goaltending, as no less than eight teams failed to record a single goal, and two matches ended scoreless. Chalesm and Interblag are back on the losing end in the highest profile matches, with Jaglan and Algolia each putting up four goals to continue their strong starts. Lublova's frustrating inability to score continued as they were upset at home by Brasta. Han Dold City continued a strong start at the expense of Arkintoofle, who are not yet getting the results they hoped for from new additions Farsjo and Powell. Damogran are finally in the win column, scoring two to notch an away victory against Vilt United. Vilt City also ended up with a loss as the victims of a textbook Lopal Daror victory in Traal. Yassaca added more points to their impressive start with an away victory in Zarss.

Brasta FC 3–1 AC Damogran
Sivolvia CAC 1–1 Lublova Reds
FC Hunian 1–1 Brantisvogan FC
Interblag FC 1–0 Megabrantid SC
Emerald Coast 2–3 Algolia AC
Wavel Rangers 1–1 FC Sjerezo
Olympia Arkintoofle 2–0 FC Hensha
Damogran FC 1–0 Han Dold City
Viltvodle City 1–0 Viltvodle United
FC Yassaca 1–3 Traal Athletics
Chalesm FC 4–3 Flania Zarss
Syneca AC 1–0 Jaglan Royals

The big match of the day was, of course, the Viltvodle Derby, which went 1-0 to City in something of an upset. Meanwhile, Lublova continue to drop points against teams they really should be beating, while continuing to not find the net. Six points from five matches is no way to start off a title run, and Rakvar Pavlyukovets may soon find himself in need of a new job if he can't find some goals for his side soon. Ensio Kedar of Chalesm appears to have staved off his own dismissal for now, but a 4-3 win against a doormat team like Zarss is not going to keep him safe for long. In Jaglan it continues to be feast and famine, with the Royals either totally dominant or completely helpless. In Arkintoofle, Blanuean striker Gethin Powell scored his first goal for Olympia in a victory over Hensha, one hopes the first of many.

AC Damogran 2–2 Jaglan Royals
Flania Zarss 0–1 Syneca AC
Traal Athletics 3–3 Chalesm FC
Viltvodle United 4–1 FC Yassaca
Han Dold City 3–6 Viltvodle City
FC Hensha 2–4 Damogran FC
FC Sjerezo 0–4 Olympia Arkintoofle
Algolia AC 0–1 Wavel Rangers
Megabrantid SC 4–2 Emerald Coast
Brantisvogan FC 3–0 Interblag FC
Lublova Reds 3–1 FC Hunian
Brasta FC 2–2 Sivolvia CAC

Algolia's strong play and scoring prowess hit a speed bump this week as Rangers shut them down completely in their own stadium. The win by Rangers leaves Sjerezo as the last team without a victory to their name. Arkintoofle built on last week's victory with a thorough dismantling of Sjerezo, and Chalesm, while failing to take full points, should be given credit for finding a way to put up three goals against Traal. Damogran achieve a third straight victory, and things are looking up for Lublova, as they manage three goals against Hunian.

Sivolvia CAC 1–0 AC Damogran
FC Hunian 3–2 Brasta FC
Interblag FC 2–4 Lublova Reds
Emerald Coast 1–2 Brantisvogan FC
Wavel Rangers 1–3 Megabrantid SC
Olympia Arkintoofle 1–2 Algolia AC
Damogran FC 2–1 FC Sjerezo
Viltvodle City 0–2 FC Hensha
FC Yassaca 1–0 Han Dold City
Chalesm FC 3–3 Viltvodle United
Syneca AC 0–3 Traal Athletics
Jaglan Royals 2–0 Flania Zarss

After just seven matches we have our first managerial change of the year. FC Sjerezo's woeful run continued with a 2-1 loss away to Damogran, and ownership had apparently had enough. Having earned no victories and just two points through seven matches, Hajdzar Kaczmarek was dismissed as manager. His assistant Parthag Viazdek will serve as interim manager for the time being. Kaczmarek's firing was overshadowed by the first meeting of the Molvanian Derby this year, while the result was the predicted one, Interblag put up more fight than many expected before succumbing to Lublova's attack, who at long last seem to have found their goalscoring touch, led by Vladcik, who scored a brace to the dismay of the Lutenblag crowd. In other action, Algolia returned to their winning ways in Arkintoofle, Traal overwhelmed Syneca, holding possession for over 70% of the match, and it was a good day for Brantisvogan clubs, as both notched victories.

AC Damogran 2–0 Flania Zarss
Traal Athletics 1–0 Jaglan Royals
Viltvodle United 2–3 Syneca AC
Han Dold City 2–2 Chalesm FC
FC Hensha 1–0 FC Yassaca
FC Sjerezo 1–1 Viltvodle City
Algolia AC 4–4 Damogran FC
Megabrantid SC 1–3 Olympia Arkintoofle
Brantisvogan FC 4–2 Wavel Rangers
Lublova Reds 5–2 Emerald Coast
Brasta FC 2–3 Interblag FC
Sivolvia CAC 0–0 FC Hunian

The best of the day's action was found in North Damogran, as Damogran and Algolia renewed their rivalry with both sides scoring four goals. Any opportunity the draw might have given Royals to get one up on their biggest rivals was lost as they were the victims of Traal's second straight clean sheet victory. Lublova continue to score at will, putting up five against Emerald Coast, and Sjerezo managed to take one point from visiting Vilt City, though their first win still eludes them. Chalesm have quietly resumed their struggles, being held to a draw for the third straight match, and Brantisvogan's glut of foreign acquisitions continues to deliver.

Brasta FC 2–4 Traktor Gryrorik
FC Hensha 1–2 Flamarion City
Svetranj United 3–1 Hensha Rockets
Wavel Rangers 2–0 Olympia Sasava
Vassilian City 1–1 Lokomotiv Dzrebo
Han Dold City FC 1–0 Rudlit Miners
Golgafrincham City 3–0 Dynamo Lublova
Arkintoofle United 1–0 Molvania Lutenblag
Flania Zarss 3–0 Wavel AC
AC Damogran 1–0 Flania Traal
Sivolvia CAC 4–3 Canyons AC
Sporting Jaglan 2–0 Hrund AC
Revolution Chalesm 1–1 Railways AC
FC Sjerezo 2–1 FC Syneca
UFC Flamarion 1–0 Porters AC
Dynamo Bardjov 2–3 Rudlit Rovers

Sjerezo, Zarss, and Wavel Rangers may all be performing terribly in the league, but they can take heart from good performances in their cup openers. All three will lead on aggregate going into the second leg. Brasta and Hensha, on the other hand, face uphill climbs to avoid elimination after being upset at home.

FC Hunian 3–1 AC Damogran
Interblag FC 2–2 Sivolvia CAC
Emerald Coast 0–0 Brasta FC
Wavel Rangers 2–3 Lublova Reds
Olympia Arkintoofle 1–2 Brantisvogan FC
Damogran FC 3–1 Megabrantid SC
Viltvodle City 1–2 Algolia AC
FC Yassaca 4–0 FC Sjerezo
Chalesm FC 5–3 FC Hensha
Syneca AC 4–2 Han Dold City
Jaglan Royals 0–1 Viltvodle United
Flania Zarss 3–4 Traal Athletics

Chalem manager Ensio Kedar continues to pull out wins whenever his job appears threatened, but again, this one comes against lackluster opposition, and while five goals is impressive, conceding three certainly is not. Syneca AC looked capable in seeing off Han Dold City four goals to two, and are quietly making the case that their deep run in last year's Confederacy Cup was no fluke, and that they can win even after the departure of Povarnin. Brantisvogan saw off Arkintoofle in a high-profile Brantid matchup, and Zarss rose to the level of their opposition in the Flanian Derby, scoring three, but ultimately losing to Traal.

AC Damogran 3–0 Traal Athletics
Viltvodle United 3–0 Flania Zarss
Han Dold City 1–3 Jaglan Royals
FC Hensha 0–1 Syneca AC
FC Sjerezo 1–1 Chalesm FC
Algolia AC 0–0 FC Yassaca
Megabrantid SC 3–1 Viltvodle City
Brantisvogan FC 2–0 Damogran FC
Lublova Reds 3–1 Olympia Arkintoofle
Brasta FC 2–1 Wavel Rangers
Sivolvia CAC 2–2 Emerald Coast
FC Hunian 0–1 Interblag FC

While the big matches of the day saw Brantisvogan defeat Damogran, Lublova defeat Arkintoofle and MSC defeat Vilt City, the story everyone is talking about was one that was overlooked by most pundits during the week leading up. Traal, defending double champions were humbled 3-0 by newly promoted AC Damogran. Other surprising results included Yassaca holding Algolia to a scoreless draw, and Chalesm only managing one goal in a draw with lowly Sjerezo. Kedar must surely win and win big next week if he is to keep his job.

Interblag FC 1–0 AC Damogran
Emerald Coast 2–2 FC Hunian
Wavel Rangers 1–0 Sivolvia CAC
Olympia Arkintoofle 5–2 Brasta FC
Damogran FC 2–0 Lublova Reds
Viltvodle City 0–1 Brantisvogan FC
FC Yassaca 2–0 Megabrantid SC
Chalesm FC 4–2 Algolia AC
Syneca AC 1–0 FC Sjerezo
Jaglan Royals 0–0 FC Hensha
Flania Zarss 0–0 Han Dold City
Traal Athletics 2–2 Viltvodle United

Once again, Ensio Kedar has staved off his own demise, this time delivering a strong 4-2 result against league favorites Algolia. Yassaca continues to be, apparently, one of the most difficult places to play, as MSC were unable to score on their visit, and Brantisvogan's march toward a championship run continues, as they remain the league's only undefeated side with a close victory in Viltvodle.

AC Damogran 1–2 Viltvodle United
Han Dold City 0–1 Traal Athletics
FC Hensha 4–3 Flania Zarss
FC Sjerezo 2–5 Jaglan Royals
Algolia AC 2–0 Syneca AC
Megabrantid SC 2–1 Chalesm FC
Brantisvogan FC 2–0 FC Yassaca
Lublova Reds 1–0 Viltvodle City
Brasta FC 1–3 Damogran FC
Sivolvia CAC 0–0 Olympia Arkintoofle
FC Hunian 2–2 Wavel Rangers
Interblag FC 3–3 Emerald Coast

Chalesm follow up their most impressive win of the season with another lackluster performance, falling to MSC in Brantisvogan. Across town, BFC looked comfortable in seeing off Yassaca to keep firm possession of first place. Overall, just about everyone else you'd expect to win did, with Traal, Damogran, Lublova, Algolia, and Jaglan also carrying the day, the latter at the expense of Sjerezo, who really look out of place in League 1 this year. Arkintoofle, who have had flashes of brilliance, but little consistency, were held to a scoreless draw at Sivolvia Central.

Traktor Gryrorik 1–3 Brasta FC
Aggregate tied 5-5, Traktor Gryrorik advance on away goals 4-3
Flamarion City 1–1 FC Hensha
Flamarion City advance on aggregate 3-2
Hensha Rockets 2–0 Svetranj United
Aggregate tied 3-3, Hensha Rockets advance on away goals 1-0
Olympia Sasava 1–0 Wavel Rangers
Wavel Rangers advance on aggregate 2-1
Lokomotiv Dzrebo 2–1 Vassilian City
Lokomotiv Dzrebo advance on aggregate 3-2
Rudlit Miners 0–0 Han Dold City FC
Han Dold City FC advance on aggregate 1-0
Dynamo Lublova 1–0 Golgafrincham City
Golgafrincham City advance on aggregate 3-1
Molvania Lutenblag 1–2 Arkintoofle United
Arkintoofle United advance on aggregate 3-1
Wavel AC 3–3 Flania Zarss
Flania Zarss advance on aggregate 6-3
Flania Traal 1–1 AC Damogran
AC Damogran advance on aggregate 2-1
Canyons AC 0–1 Sivolvia CAC
Sivolvia CAC advance on aggregate 5-3
Hrund AC 3–0 Sporting Jaglan
Hrund AC advance on aggregate 3-2
Railways AC 1–1 Revolution Chalesm (2-1 AET)
Railways AC advance on aggregate 3-2
FC Syneca 2–3 FC Sjerezo
FC Sjerezo advance on aggregate 5-3
Porters AC 3–1 UFC Flamarion
Porters AC advance on aggregate 3-2
Rudlit Rovers 3–1 Dynamo Bardjov
Rudlit Rovers advance on aggregate 6-3

Poor performances in the first leg proved too much for Brasta and Hensha to overcome, as both were eliminated. The rest of the League 1 teams managed advancement, some more comfortably than others. Amongst the League 2 sides, there were quite a few upsets, as Rudlit Rovers advanced at the expense of last year's third place side, Dynamo Bardjov, and Porters AC upset newly relegated UFC Flamarion. Revolution Chalesm and Sporting Jaglan, both among the favorites to win League 2 also bow out, upset by Railways and Hrund respectively.

Matchday 1:
Canyons AC 2–2 Flamarion City
Rudlit Rovers 0–2 Golgafrincham City
Flania Traal 2–2 Dynamo Lublova
Railways AC 3–2 Rudlit Miners
Arkintoofle United 3–1 Vassilian City
UFC Flamarion 2–1 Wavel AC
Porters AC 3–1 Revolution Chalesm
Traktor Gryrorik 1–0 Lokomotiv Dzrebo
FC Syneca 0–1 Olympia Sasava
Hrund AC 1–1 Hensha Rockets
Dynamo Bardjov 0–0 Molvania Lutenblag
Svetranj United 1–1 Sporting Jaglan

Matchday 2:
Flamarion City 3–2 Sporting Jaglan
Molvania Lutenblag 4–1 Svetranj United
Hensha Rockets 1–0 Dynamo Bardjov
Olympia Sasava 0–2 Hrund AC
Lokomotiv Dzrebo 1–0 FC Syneca
Revolution Chalesm 0–1 Traktor Gryrorik
Wavel AC 0–1 Porters AC
Vassilian City 0–1 UFC Flamarion
Rudlit Miners 1–2 Arkintoofle United
Dynamo Lublova 2–0 Railways AC
Golgafrincham City 0–0 Flania Traal
Canyons AC 4–0 Rudlit Rovers

Matchday 3:
Rudlit Rovers 1–1 Flamarion City
Flania Traal 1–2 Canyons AC
Railways AC 1–1 Golgafrincham City
Arkintoofle United 1–1 Dynamo Lublova
UFC Flamarion 4–1 Rudlit Miners
Porters AC 0–1 Vassilian City
Traktor Gryrorik 0–0 Wavel AC
FC Syneca 2–1 Revolution Chalesm
Hrund AC 1–0 Lokomotiv Dzrebo
Dynamo Bardjov 3–2 Olympia Sasava
Svetranj United 2–1 Hensha Rockets
Sporting Jaglan 1–0 Molvania Lutenblag

Matchday 4:
Flamarion City 1–0 Molvania Lutenblag
Hensha Rockets 2–1 Sporting Jaglan
Olympia Sasava 0–1 Svetranj United
Lokomotiv Dzrebo 2–2 Dynamo Bardjov
Revolution Chalesm 2–1 Hrund AC
Wavel AC 0–1 FC Syneca
Vassilian City 2–0 Traktor Gryrorik
Rudlit Miners 2–2 Porters AC
Dynamo Lublova 2–2 UFC Flamarion
Golgafrincham City 3–0 Arkintoofle United
Canyons AC 1–0 Railways AC
Rudlit Rovers 0–0 Flania Traal

Matchday 5:
Flania Traal 0–3 Flamarion City
Railways AC 1–2 Rudlit Rovers
Arkintoofle United 0–2 Canyons AC
UFC Flamarion 2–2 Golgafrincham City
Porters AC 0–2 Dynamo Lublova
Traktor Gryrorik 3–0 Rudlit Miners
FC Syneca 4–4 Vassilian City
Hrund AC 2–2 Wavel AC
Dynamo Bardjov 3–4 Revolution Chalesm
Svetranj United 6–5 Lokomotiv Dzrebo
Sporting Jaglan 2–1 Olympia Sasava
Molvania Lutenblag 1–2 Hensha Rockets

Matchday 6:
Flamarion City 1–0 Hensha Rockets
Olympia Sasava 1–0 Molvania Lutenblag
Lokomotiv Dzrebo 0–4 Sporting Jaglan
Revolution Chalesm 3–2 Svetranj United
Wavel AC 2–1 Dynamo Bardjov
Vassilian City 0–0 Hrund AC
Rudlit Miners 0–0 FC Syneca
Dynamo Lublova 0–2 Traktor Gryrorik
Golgafrincham City 0–1 Porters AC
Canyons AC 4–4 UFC Flamarion
Rudlit Rovers 1–0 Arkintoofle United
Flania Traal 1–0 Railways AC

Matchday 7:
Railways AC 3–1 Flamarion City
Arkintoofle United 3–2 Flania Traal
UFC Flamarion 1–2 Rudlit Rovers
Porters AC 2–0 Canyons AC
Traktor Gryrorik 3–2 Golgafrincham City
FC Syneca 3–2 Dynamo Lublova
Hrund AC 1–1 Rudlit Miners
Dynamo Bardjov 1–3 Vassilian City
Svetranj United 1–1 Wavel AC
Sporting Jaglan 3–2 Revolution Chalesm
Molvania Lutenblag 1–0 Lokomotiv Dzrebo
Hensha Rockets 1–1 Olympia Sasava

Matchday 8:
Flamarion City 0–1 Olympia Sasava
Lokomotiv Dzrebo 4–2 Hensha Rockets
Revolution Chalesm 1–0 Molvania Lutenblag
Wavel AC 0–1 Sporting Jaglan
Vassilian City 0–1 Svetranj United
Rudlit Miners 4–0 Dynamo Bardjov
Dynamo Lublova 1–0 Hrund AC
Golgafrincham City 4–0 FC Syneca
Canyons AC 4–2 Traktor Gryrorik
Rudlit Rovers 1–0 Porters AC
Flania Traal 0–3 UFC Flamarion
Railways AC 2–1 Arkintoofle United

Matchday 9:
Arkintoofle United 2–0 Flamarion City
UFC Flamarion 1–0 Railways AC
Porters AC 0–0 Flania Traal
Traktor Gryrorik 0–1 Rudlit Rovers
FC Syneca 0–0 Canyons AC
Hrund AC 2–3 Golgafrincham City
Dynamo Bardjov 4–3 Dynamo Lublova
Svetranj United 1–1 Rudlit Miners
Sporting Jaglan 4–4 Vassilian City
Molvania Lutenblag 0–2 Wavel AC
Hensha Rockets 1–0 Revolution Chalesm
Olympia Sasava 0–1 Lokomotiv Dzrebo

Matchday 10:
Flamarion City 1–1 Lokomotiv Dzrebo
Revolution Chalesm 4–1 Olympia Sasava
Wavel AC 2–5 Hensha Rockets
Vassilian City 2–0 Molvania Lutenblag
Rudlit Miners 4–6 Sporting Jaglan
Dynamo Lublova 3–4 Svetranj United
Golgafrincham City 3–1 Dynamo Bardjov
Canyons AC 4–4 Hrund AC
Rudlit Rovers 0–4 FC Syneca
Flania Traal 0–1 Traktor Gryrorik
Railways AC 3–2 Porters AC
Arkintoofle United 0–1 UFC Flamarion

Matchday 11:
UFC Flamarion 1–0 Flamarion City
Porters AC 1–0 Arkintoofle United
Traktor Gryrorik 4–0 Railways AC
FC Syneca 3–0 Flania Traal
Hrund AC 2–2 Rudlit Rovers
Dynamo Bardjov 1–2 Canyons AC
Svetranj United 0–0 Golgafrincham City
Sporting Jaglan 5–3 Dynamo Lublova
Molvania Lutenblag 0–0 Rudlit Miners
Hensha Rockets 3–1 Vassilian City
Olympia Sasava 0–0 Wavel AC
Lokomotiv Dzrebo 0–0 Revolution Chalesm

Matchday 12:
Flamarion City 3–1 Revolution Chalesm
Wavel AC 2–0 Lokomotiv Dzrebo
Vassilian City 1–0 Olympia Sasava
Rudlit Miners 1–2 Hensha Rockets
Dynamo Lublova 1–1 Molvania Lutenblag
Golgafrincham City 2–1 Sporting Jaglan
Canyons AC 2–1 Svetranj United
Rudlit Rovers 0–0 Dynamo Bardjov
Flania Traal 0–1 Hrund AC
Railways AC 1–0 FC Syneca
Arkintoofle United 0–2 Traktor Gryrorik
UFC Flamarion 0–1 Porters AC


League 1
-                        Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Brantisvogan FC 12 9 3 0 22 7 +15 30 SCFA Super Cup
2 Algolia AC 12 8 2 2 29 18 +11 26 UICA GC
3 Traal Athletics 12 7 4 1 23 15 +8 25 UICA GC

4 Lublova Reds 12 7 3 2 22 13 +9 24 UICA GC Possible
5 Damogran FC 12 7 2 3 24 19 +5 23 Promotion to Super League
6 Syneca AC 12 7 2 3 16 13 +3 23 Promotion to Super League
7 Jaglan Royals 12 6 2 4 22 14 +8 20 Promotion to Super League
8 Megabrantid SC 12 6 2 4 18 14 +4 20 Promotion to Super League
9 FC Yassaca 12 6 1 5 16 14 +2 19 Promotion to Super League
10 Viltvodle United 12 5 3 4 23 15 +8 18 Promotion to Super League
11 Olympia Arkintoofle 12 5 2 5 19 14 +5 17 Promotion to Super League
12 FC Hensha 12 5 2 5 21 23 −2 17 Promotion to Super League
13 Interblag FC 12 5 2 5 20 24 −4 17 Promotion to Super League
14 Chalesm FC 12 4 4 4 32 32 0 16 Promotion to Super League
15 FC Hunian 12 3 5 4 19 22 −3 14 Promotion to Super League
16 Sivolvia CAC 12 2 7 3 15 16 −1 13 Promotion to Super League

17 Brasta FC 12 3 3 6 16 22 −6 12
18 Han Dold City 12 3 3 6 18 25 −7 12
19 AC Damogran 12 3 2 7 15 17 −2 11
20 Viltvodle City 12 3 2 7 14 16 −2 11
21 Wavel Rangers 12 2 5 5 15 23 −8 11
22 Emerald Coast 12 2 4 6 23 29 −6 10
23 Flania Zarss 12 1 1 10 11 27 −16 4
24 FC Sjerezo 12 0 4 8 9 30 −21 4

And so at the rough quarter point of the season, FC Sjerezo seem on track for a new high mark for futility, failing to win a single match out of their first twelve. At the other end of the spectrum, Brantisvogan have more wins than any other side, and are the only club yet to lose a match. Chalesm are struggling mightily down below the middle of the table, and Syneca AC have catapulted themselves into the UICA conversation. The field has neatly divided itself into four groups on points. At the top, Brantisvogan, Traal, Lublova, Algolia, Damogran and Syneca (Syneca?!) have been the class of the league through 12 matches. All are within 7 points, though Brantisvogan have a little separation from the other five. Royals, Arkintoofle, MSC, Yassaca, Vilt U, Hensha, Interblag, and Chalesm form the middle of the pack. Any of them could conceivably challenge the leaders, but it will take a very impressive run to do so. Hunian, Brasta, Han Dold City, Vilt City, Sivolvia, AC Damo, Wavel Rangers, and Emerald Coast all look doomed to finish in the bottom half, but given the coming realignment, will compete fiercely for the last few spots in the Super League. Any other year, Sjerezo and Zarss would be sure-fire relegation bait. This year they're just lucky.

-                        Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Canyons AC 12 7 4 1 27 17 +10 25 UICA SBCC
2 Traktor Gryrorik 12 8 1 3 19 9 +10 25 UICA SBCC
3 UFC Flamarion 12 7 3 2 22 13 +9 24 UICA SBCC

4 Sporting Jaglan 12 7 2 3 31 22 +9 23 Promotion to League 1
5 Hensha Rockets 12 7 2 3 21 15 +6 23 Promotion to League 1
6 Golgafrincham City 12 6 4 2 22 11 +11 22 Promotion to League 1
7 Porters AC 12 6 2 4 13 10 +3 20 Promotion to League 1
8 Svetranj United 12 5 4 3 21 21 0 19 Promotion to League 1

9 Rudlit Rovers 12 5 4 3 10 15 −5 19
10 FC Syneca 12 5 3 4 17 14 +3 18
11 Vassilian City 12 5 3 4 19 17 +2 18
12 Flamarion City 12 5 3 4 16 14 +2 18
13 Revolution Chalesm 12 5 1 6 19 20 −1 16
14 Railways AC 12 5 1 6 14 18 −4 16
15 Hrund AC 12 3 6 3 17 16 +1 15
16 Dynamo Lublova 12 3 4 5 22 24 −2 13
17 Wavel AC 12 3 4 5 12 14 −2 13
18 Arkintoofle United 12 4 1 7 12 17 −5 13
19 Lokomotiv Dzrebo 12 3 3 6 14 20 −6 12
20 Olympia Sasava 12 3 2 7 8 15 −7 11
21 Molvania Lutenblag 12 2 3 7 7 12 −5 9
22 Dynamo Bardjov 12 2 3 7 16 26 −10 9
23 Rudlit Miners 12 1 5 6 17 24 −7 8
24 Flania Traal 12 1 4 7 6 18 −12 7

League 2 is proving somewhat less stratified than League 1 with the entire top half of the league separated by only eight points. UFC Flamarion and Golgafrincham seem well on their way to returning to League 1, while preseason favorites like Arkintoofle United, Dynamo Bardjov, and Revolution Chalesm all find themselves in the bottom half. Bardjov supporters will be particularly disappointed with their club. After a third place finish a decent run in the SBCC last year, they sit third from last after twelve matches, and have the worst defense in League 2.
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SCFA Season 2: Matchdays 13-24

Postby Squornshelan Remnant States » Mon Jan 14, 2019 11:36 am

Emerald Coast 3–3 AC Damogran
Wavel Rangers 0–1 Interblag FC
Olympia Arkintoofle 1–1 FC Hunian
Damogran FC 5–2 Sivolvia CAC
Viltvodle City 3–3 Brasta FC
FC Yassaca 2–2 Lublova Reds
Chalesm FC 2–2 Brantisvogan FC
Syneca AC 1–0 Megabrantid SC
Jaglan Royals 2–1 Algolia AC
Flania Zarss 2–0 FC Sjerezo
Traal Athletics 4–0 FC Hensha
Viltvodle United 3–2 Han Dold City

Two big derbies end in somewhat surprising results today, as sputtering Chalesm got a stoppage time goal from Ajao to draw with Brantisvogan, and Algolia fell to Royals in Jaglan. FC Sjerezo continued to languish, looking totally innefectual in Zarss in what was probably their best chance at a victory in the first half of the season.

AC Damogran 4–3 Han Dold City
FC Hensha 0–1 Viltvodle United
FC Sjerezo 2–0 Traal Athletics
Algolia AC 4–0 Flania Zarss
Megabrantid SC 3–2 Jaglan Royals
Brantisvogan FC 1–0 Syneca AC
Lublova Reds 3–2 Chalesm FC
Brasta FC 3–2 FC Yassaca
Sivolvia CAC 0–4 Viltvodle City
FC Hunian 2–3 Damogran FC
Interblag FC 0–2 Olympia Arkintoofle
Emerald Coast 4–0 Wavel Rangers

Ladies and gentlemen, the long wait is over. FC Sjerezo, after 13 failed attempts, have finally recorded their first win of the season, and what a win it was. Hosting the defending double champs, Sjerezo were run ragged for much of the match, but proved deadly on the counterattack, where Cervkle and Portniagin made excellent wide runs to open up space, and each contributed a goal. There were few surprises elsewhere, as for the most part this was a week of top half teams defeating bottom half teams.

Wavel Rangers 0–2 AC Damogran
Olympia Arkintoofle 3–1 Emerald Coast
Damogran FC 1–1 Interblag FC
Viltvodle City 1–0 FC Hunian
FC Yassaca 3–2 Sivolvia CAC
Chalesm FC 1–0 Brasta FC
Syneca AC 0–2 Lublova Reds
Jaglan Royals 0–0 Brantisvogan FC
Flania Zarss 2–3 Megabrantid SC
Traal Athletics 1–0 Algolia
Viltvodle United 2–0 FC Sjerezo
Han Dold City 1–1 FC Hensha

Brantisvogan flirted with defeat, but escaped as a late goal in Jaglan was disallowed for offside, and the league leaders escaped with a point. Traal were victorious over Algolia in the day's other clash between top teams, shutting down the Suntigers' attack to make Damot's goal count. Interblag managed a draw in Damogran, but aside from that there were few surprises. Chalesm managed a badly needed home win, but again looked unimpressive.

AC Damogran 2–0 FC Hensha
FC Sjerezo 3–3 Han Dold City
Algolia AC 1–2 Viltvodle United
Megabrantid SC 1–0 Traal Athletics
Brantisvogan FC 4–0 Flania Zarss
Lublova Reds 3–0 Jaglan Royals
Brasta FC 0–0 Syneca AC
Sivolvia CAC 0–1 Chalesm FC
FC Hunian 1–0 FC Yassaca
Interblag FC 0–1 Viltvodle City
Emerald Coast 2–0 Damogran FC
Wavel Rangers 1–0 Olympia Arkintoofle

A fairly eventful week, which saw Algolia drop their second straight, and Traal upset by MSC, while Chalesm again squeaked out a one-goal victory. Damogran stumble against Emerald Coast and Brantisvogan and Lublova take full advantage of these struggles, both winning convincingly at home. Sjerezo came tantalizingly close to a second win, but were unable to hold off Han Dold City late, and had to settle for a draw. Olympia Arkintoofle continue to struggle, particularly in the atack, falling to lowly Wavel Rangers.

Olympia Arkintoofle 1–0 AC Damogran
Damogran FC 3–3 Wavel Rangers
Viltvodle City 1–0 Emerald Coast
FC Yassaca 2–0 Interblag FC
Chalesm FC 6–0 FC Hunian
Syneca AC 2–0 Sivolvia CAC
Jaglan Royals 1–4 Brasta FC
Flania Zarss 2–3 Lublova Reds
Traal Athletics 2–1 Brantisvogan FC
Viltvodle United 0–1 Megabrantid SC
Han Dold City 2–0 Algolia AC
FC Hensha 1–4 FC Sjerezo

Brantisvogan meet defeat for the first time, at the hands of the defending champions, and Chalesm look like the team they were supposed to be for perhaps the first time this year, utterly overwhelming visiting Hunian. Algolia look in real trouble, losing a third straight, and risk falling back from the title race if they can't find their form again quickly. Sjerezo notch their second win, and together with Sivolvia's struggles, might have a chance to climb up out of the basement.

Emerald Coast AC 1–0 Railways AC
Traal Athletics 1–0 Sivolvia CAC
Jaglan Royals 1–0 Hensha Rockets
Damogran FC 6–2 Traktor Gryrorik
Brantisvogan FC 3–1 Wavel Rangers
FC Yassaca 3–0 Lokomotiv Dzrebo
Viltvodle City 4–0 Rudlit Rovers
FC Hunian 0–1 Flamarion City
Chalesm FC 1–2 Golgafrincham City
Megabrantid SC 3–3 Han Dold City FC
Lublova Reds 3–1 Porters AC
Viltvodle United 2–3 Hrund AC
Interblag FC 1–1 Arkintoofle United
Olympia Arkintoofle 2–0 AC Damogran
Algolia AC 4–2 Flania Zarss
Syneca AC 1–1 FC Sjerezo

Chalesm have it all to do in the second leg, as do Viltvodle United, both falling to nominally inferior competition at home. Syneca continue to struggle, as they allow a crucial away goal to Sjerezo. Elsewhere there were few surprises, as most home teams handled themselves well.

AC Damogran 2–1 FC Sjerezo
Algolia AC 5–0 FC Hensha
Megabrantid SC 4–3 Han Dold City
Brantisvogan FC 3–2 Viltvodle United
Lublova Reds 3–2 Traal Athletics
Brasta FC 4–3 Flania Zarss
Sivolvia CAC 1–2 Jaglan Royals
FC Hunian 1–0 Syneca AC
Interblag FC 0–0 Chalesm FC
Emerald Coast 1–1 FC Yassaca
Wavel Rangers 1–3 Viltvodle City
Olympia Arkintoofle 1–2 Damogran FC

Algolia are back, dismantling Hansha convincingly in Damogran, and Lublova continue their league dominance of Traal, winning the third straight league meeting between the two sides (though Traal of course beat them in the Cup final last year). Chalesm are back to struggling to score, held without a goal in Lutenblag, and Olympia were once again smothered, this time by visiting Damogran.

Damogran FC 1–0 AC Damogran
Viltvodle City 2–0 Olympia Arkintoofle
FC Yassaca 1–1 Wavel Rangers
Chalesm FC 3–3 Emerald Coast
Syneca AC 1–2 Interblag FC
Jaglan Royals 1–0 FC Hunian
Flania Zarss 1–0 Sivolvia CAC
Traal Athletics 7–3 Brasta FC
Viltvodle United 1–2 Lublova Reds
Han Dold City 1–1 Brantisvogan FC
FC Hensha 0–1 Megabrantid SC
FC Sjerezo 1–3 Algolia AC

The Damogran Derby proved a close match, but ultimately class held out, as FC needed only one goal to defeat AC. Chalesm's inconsistency continues, as they found their attack again, but seem to have lost the defense. Traal also found their attack, putting up an uncharacteristic seven goals against Brasta, and overall, the gap between the best teams and the rest of the league continues to grow. The middling sides like Royals, City, United, and MSC seem unable to put together the sort of winning streak necessary to realistically challenge them, though it remains to be seen which camp Damogran will ultimately end up in.

AC Damogran 1–2 Algolia AC
Megabrantid SC 2–1 FC Sjerezo
Brantisvogan FC 4–1 FC Hensha
Lublova Reds 2–3 Han Dold City
Brasta FC 0–1 Viltvodle United
Sivolvia CAC 0–2 Traal Athletics
FC Hunian 2–1 Flania Zarss
Interblag FC 1–2 Jaglan Royals
Emerald Coast 1–1 Syneca AC
Wavel Rangers 2–1 Chalesm FC
Olympia Arkintoofle 0–1 FC Yassaca
Damogran FC 2–2 Viltvodle City

It was a great day for fans in Han Dold, as both Han Dold City and Han Wavel notched upsets. Han Wavel managed a home victory against the consistently inconsistent Chalesm, but Han Dold City managed to knock off Lublova in Lublova. Traal, Brantisvogan, and Algolia all took advantage to pick up three points on the Reds, while Damogran only managed a draw with visiting City to pick up one.

Viltvodle City 1–0 AC Damogran
FC Yassaca 1–1 Damogran FC
Chalesm FC 1–0 Olympia Arkintoofle
Syneca AC 1–2 Wavel Rangers
Jaglan Royals 1–0 Emerald Coast
Flania Zarss 0–3 Interblag FC
Traal Athletics 1–0 FC Hunian
Viltvodle United 3–3 Sivolvia CAC
Han Dold City 2–1 Brasta FC
FC Hensha 3–3 Lublova Reds
FC Sjerezo 0–2 Brantisvogan FC
Algolia AC 4–1 Megabrantid SC

There was drama aplenty in this weeks matches, none more so than in Hensha, where the home side played host to the mighty Lublova midfield attack. Many fans had probably chalked this up as a loss for the home side well before the opening kickoff, and for quite a while it looked like that would be the case, as Lublova were very much in control, scoring three goals to Hensha's one in the first half. With around twenty minutes or so to play, it seemed that Lublova took their foot off the gas, and the home side came roaring back, putting two goals past Povarnin in short order and very nearly getting a game winner before full time. Betting pools on Ensio Kedar's longevity will have to wait a bit longer to award the pot, as his side just edged out Olympia for a win. His opposite number, however, has a less charmed life; Jigar Cisneros resigned at the club's request, as Olympia are still struggling to integrate their attack around teenage transfer Gethin Powell.

AC Damogran 2–2 Megabrantid SC
Brantisvogan FC 4–5 Algolia AC
Lublova Reds 3–2 FC Sjerezo
Brasta FC 1–0 FC Hensha
Sivolvia CAC 3–2 Han Dold City
FC Hunian 2–1 Viltvodle United
Interblag FC 0–0 Traal Athletics
Emerald Coast 5–3 Flania Zarss
Wavel Rangers 1–1 Jaglan Royals
Olympia Arkintoofle 1–0 Syneca AC
Damogran FC 2–1 Chalesm FC
Viltvodle City 1–0 FC Yassaca

It was an absolute shootout in Brantisvogan as two league favorites met and Algolia came away victors by a narrow margin. Finally someone has truly cracked open Brantisvogan's revamped back line, in a battle which pitted Nepharan goalkeeper Daniel Fitzmarten and striker Hansi Westerlow for Algolia against Nepharan defenders Dimitri Hagicostas and Kurtis Rough with Brantisvogan. As the dust settled, it was Fitzmarten who carried the day, recording two of Algolia's five goals to lead his side to victory. In Lutenblag, a very different match took place, as last year's first and third place teams met in a scoreless draw. Damogran managed a narrow victory at home over Chalesm, and Ensio Kedar once again finds himself in danger for his job.

Railways AC 0–1 Emerald Coast AC
Emerald Coast wins 2-0 on Aggregate
Sivolvia CAC 3–1 Traal Athletics
Sivolvia CAC win 3-2 on Aggregate
Hensha Rockets 0–1 Jaglan Royals
Jaglan Royals win 2-0 on Aggregate
Traktor Gryrorik 1–0 Damogran FC
Damogran FC win 6-3 on Aggregate
Wavel Rangers 1–3 Brantisvogan FC
Brantisvogan FC win 6-2 on Aggregate
Lokomotiv Dzrebo 1–0 FC Yassaca
FC Yassaca win 3-1 on Aggregate
Rudlit Rovers 1–3 Viltvodle City
Viltvodle CIty win 7-1 on Aggregate
Flamarion City 1–1 FC Hunian
Flamarion City win 2-1 on Aggregate
Golgafrincham City 2–1 Chalesm FC
Golgafrincham City win 4-2 on Aggregate
Han Dold City FC 3–4 Megabrantid SC AET, (3-3 AFT)
Megabrantid SC win 7-6 on Aggregate
Porters AC 1–1 Lublova Reds
Lublova Reds win 4-2 on Aggregate
Hrund AC 0–1 Viltvodle United
Aggregate tied 3-3, Hrund AC win 3-1 on Away Goals
Arkintoofle United 0–0 Interblag FC
Aggregate tied 1-1, Interblag win 1-0 on Away Goals
AC Damogran 1–0 Olympia Arkintoofle
Olympia Arkintoofle win 2-1 on Aggregate
Flania Zarss 1–0 Algolia AC
Algolia AC win 4-3 on Aggregate
FC Sjerezo 2–1 Syneca AC
FC Sjerezo win 3-2 on Aggregate

Chalesm and Vilt United failed to recover from their poor first legs, and both bow out of the tournament much earlier than they'd hoped. Chalesm ownership have finally seen enough from Ensio Kedar, who is shown the door, but the real shock came down south in Yassaca. Newly promoted, seriously troubled side Sivolvia Central post a massive 3-1 home victory over the defending champions, and mighty Traal are eliminated. Elsewhere, Sjerezo again rise to the occasion of potential elimination to see off Syneca despite their terrible league form, MSC see off Han Dold City in extra time, and Interblag hang on to eliminate an opportunistic Arkintoofle United side.

FC Yassaca 0–1 AC Damogran
Chalesm FC 2–0 Viltvodle City
Syneca AC 0–3 Damogran FC
Jaglan Royals 1–0 Olympia Arkintoofle
Flania Zarss 1–1 Wavel Rangers
Traal Athletics 3–1 Emerald Coast
Viltvodle United 1–0 Interblag FC
Han Dold City 2–1 FC Hunian
FC Hensha 3–2 Sivolvia CAC
FC Sjerezo 1–3 Brasta FC
Algolia AC 5–2 Lublova Reds
Megabrantid SC 4–4 Brantisvogan FC

The Brantid Derby finally meets for the first time, and for the second in as many league games, Brantisvogan found that four goals was not enough, as MSC matched their total. Algolia recorded five goals for the second straight league game, and Lublova were unable to keep pace. Elsewhere most of the favorites were victorious, although Chalesm managed a win over Viltvodle City in their first match under interim manager Delval Kotsyubov.

AC Damogran 1–4 Brantisvogan FC
Megabrantid SC 1–3 Lublova Reds
Algolia AC 4–1 Brasta FC
FC Sjerezo 0–0 Sivolvia CAC
FC Hensha 1–2 FC Hunian
Han Dold City 2–2 Interblag FC
Viltvodle United 1–1 Emerald Coast
Traal Athletics 1–0 Wavel Rangers
Flania Zarss 1–2 Olympia Arkintoofle
Jaglan Royals 1–1 Damogran FC
Syneca AC 1–1 Viltvodle City
Chalesm FC 2–1 FC Yassaca

Chalesm continued their winning ways under new management, while elsewhere, nearly every match went more or less as expected, with Viltvodle United settling for a home draw against Emerald Coast the closest thing to an upset on offer.

Matchday 13:
Porters AC 2–0 Flamarion City
Traktor Gryrorik 1–0 UFC Flamarion
FC Syneca 4–3 Arkintoofle United
Hrund AC 3–0 Railways AC
Dynamo Bardjov 1–2 Flania Traal
Svetranj United 3–1 Rudlit Rovers
Sporting Jaglan 4–2 Canyons AC
Molvania Lutenblag 2–2 Golgafrincham City
Hensha Rockets 1–0 Dynamo Lublova
Olympia Sasava 1–0 Rudlit Miners
Lokomotiv Dzrebo 0–1 Vassilian City
Revolution Chalesm 0–1 Wavel AC

Matchday 14:
Flamarion City 0–1 Wavel AC
Vassilian City 2–0 Revolution Chalesm
Rudlit Miners 0–0 Lokomotiv Dzrebo
Dynamo Lublova 0–1 Olympia Sasava
Golgafrincham City 3–1 Hensha Rockets
Canyons AC 0–0 Molvania Lutenblag
Rudlit Rovers 1–1 Sporting Jaglan
Flania Traal 1–1 Svetranj United
Railways AC 2–0 Dynamo Bardjov
Arkintoofle United 6–2 Hrund AC
UFC Flamarion 1–0 FC Syneca
Porters AC 0–0 Traktor Gryrorik

Matchday 15:
Traktor Gryrorik 0–0 Flamarion City
FC Syneca 3–2 Porters AC
Hrund AC 2–0 UFC Flamarion
Dynamo Bardjov 0–3 Arkintoofle United
Svetranj United 0–0 Railways AC
Sporting Jaglan 0–1 Flania Traal
Molvania Lutenblag 0–1 Rudlit Rovers
Hensha Rockets 2–1 Canyons AC
Olympia Sasava 0–3 Golgafrincham City
Lokomotiv Dzrebo 0–1 Dynamo Lublova
Revolution Chalesm 3–3 Rudlit Miners
Wavel AC 2–1 Vassilian City

Matchday 16:
Flamarion City 2–2 Vassilian City
Rudlit Miners 0–1 Wavel AC
Dynamo Lublova 0–0 Revolution Chalesm
Golgafrincham City 1–0 Lokomotiv Dzrebo
Canyons AC 0–0 Olympia Sasava
Rudlit Rovers 0–2 Hensha Rockets
Flania Traal 1–0 Molvania Lutenblag
Railways AC 1–1 Sporting Jaglan
Arkintoofle United 3–2 Svetranj United
UFC Flamarion 1–1 Dynamo Bardjov
Porters AC 3–1 Hrund AC
Traktor Gryrorik 0–0 FC Syneca

Matchday 17:
FC Syneca 0–2 Flamarion City
Hrund AC 0–0 Traktor Gryrorik
Dynamo Bardjov 1–0 Porters AC
Svetranj United 2–1 UFC Flamarion
Sporting Jaglan 4–0 Arkintoofle United
Molvania Lutenblag 0–1 Railways AC
Hensha Rockets 2–0 Flania Traal
Olympia Sasava 0–2 Rudlit Rovers
Lokomotiv Dzrebo 0–1 Canyons AC
Revolution Chalesm 0–2 Golgafrincham City
Wavel AC 3–1 Dynamo Lublova
Vassilian City 2–0 Rudlit Miners

Matchday 18:
Flamarion City 0–3 Rudlit Miners
Dynamo Lublova 4–4 Vassilian City
Golgafrincham City 1–3 Wavel AC
Canyons AC 0–0 Revolution Chalesm
Rudlit Rovers 3–2 Lokomotiv Dzrebo
Flania Traal 1–2 Olympia Sasava
Railways AC 1–4 Hensha Rockets
Arkintoofle United 1–0 Molvania Lutenblag
UFC Flamarion 2–2 Sporting Jaglan
Porters AC 0–0 Svetranj United
Traktor Gryrorik 3–0 Dynamo Bardjov
FC Syneca 3–1 Hrund AC

Matchday 19:
Hrund AC 2–4 Flamarion City
Dynamo Bardjov 3–2 FC Syneca
Svetranj United 1–0 Traktor Gryrorik
Sporting Jaglan 2–0 Porters AC
Molvania Lutenblag 1–0 UFC Flamarion
Hensha Rockets 1–2 Arkintoofle United
Olympia Sasava 1–0 Railways AC
Lokomotiv Dzrebo 1–0 Flania Traal
Revolution Chalesm 1–0 Rudlit Rovers
Wavel AC 3–0 Canyons AC
Vassilian City 2–3 Golgafrincham City
Rudlit Miners 1–0 Dynamo Lublova

Matchday 20:
Flamarion City 2–1 Dynamo Lublova
Golgafrincham City 1–0 Rudlit Miners
Canyons AC 1–0 Vassilian City
Rudlit Rovers 0–0 Wavel AC
Flania Traal 0–1 Revolution Chalesm
Railways AC 1–0 Lokomotiv Dzrebo
Arkintoofle United 0–0 Olympia Sasava
UFC Flamarion 1–0 Hensha Rockets
Porters AC 3–1 Molvania Lutenblag
Traktor Gryrorik 1–2 Sporting Jaglan
FC Syneca 3–3 Svetranj United
Hrund AC 2–0 Dynamo Bardjov

Matchday 21:
Dynamo Bardjov 3–2 Flamarion City
Svetranj United 2–2 Hrund AC
Sporting Jaglan 3–3 FC Syneca
Molvania Lutenblag 0–3 Traktor Gryrorik
Hensha Rockets 2–0 Porters AC
Olympia Sasava 0–0 UFC Flamarion
Lokomotiv Dzrebo 1–0 Arkintoofle United
Revolution Chalesm 1–1 Railways AC
Wavel AC 1–0 Flania Traal
Vassilian City 0–1 Rudlit Rovers
Rudlit Miners 0–1 Canyons AC
Dynamo Lublova 3–3 Golgafrincham City

Matchday 22:
Flamarion City 2–0 Golgafrincham City
Canyons AC 2–1 Dynamo Lublova
Rudlit Rovers 1–0 Rudlit Miners
Flania Traal 1–4 Vassilian City
Railways AC 0–0 Wavel AC
Arkintoofle United 1–0 Revolution Chalesm
UFC Flamarion 3–1 Lokomotiv Dzrebo
Porters AC 3–1 Olympia Sasava
Traktor Gryrorik 1–1 Hensha Rockets
FC Syneca 3–3 Molvania Lutenblag
Hrund AC 1–0 Sporting Jaglan
Dynamo Bardjov 2–4 Svetranj United

Matchday 23:
Svetranj United 0–0 Flamarion City
Sporting Jaglan 3–1 Dynamo Bardjov
Molvania Lutenblag 0–1 Hrund AC
Hensha Rockets 0–2 FC Syneca
Olympia Sasava 1–0 Traktor Gryrorik
Lokomotiv Dzrebo 0–3 Porters AC
Revolution Chalesm 1–0 UFC Flamarion
Wavel AC 3–2 Arkintoofle United
Vassilian City 1–0 Railways AC
Rudlit Miners 2–0 Flania Traal
Dynamo Lublova 0–0 Rudlit Rovers
Golgafrincham City 4–1 Canyons AC

Matchday 24:
Flamarion City 4–1 Canyons AC
Golgafrincham City 1–0 Rudlit Rovers
Dynamo Lublova 2–0 Flania Traal
Rudlit Miners 0–1 Railways AC
Vassilian City 0–0 Arkintoofle United
Wavel AC 3–0 UFC Flamarion
Revolution Chalesm 2–3 Porters AC
Lokomotiv Dzrebo 1–1 Traktor Gryrorik
Olympia Sasava 0–2 FC Syneca
Hensha Rockets 2–2 Hrund AC
Molvania Lutenblag 1–1 Dynamo Bardjov
Sporting Jaglan 3–2 Svetranj United


League 1 Table
-                        Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Brantisvogan FC 24 15 7 2 52 25 +27 52 UICA CC, SCFA Super Cup
2 Algolia AC 24 16 2 6 63 35 +28 50 UICA GC
3 Traal Athletics 24 15 5 4 46 26 +20 50 UICA GC
4 Lublova Reds 24 15 5 4 53 36 +17 50 UICA GC

5 Damogran FC 24 13 7 4 48 35 +13 46 Promotion to Super League
6 Megabrantid SC 24 13 4 7 41 36 +5 43 Promotion to Super League
7 Jaglan Royals 24 12 5 7 36 29 +7 41 Promotion to Super League
8 Viltvodle United 24 11 5 8 41 30 +11 38 Promotion to Super League
9 Viltvodle City 24 11 5 8 34 25 +9 38 Promotion to Super League
10 Chalesm FC 24 10 7 7 54 45 +9 37 Promotion to Super League
11 Olympia Arkintoofle 24 10 3 11 30 25 +5 33 Promotion to Super League
12 FC Yassaca 24 9 5 10 30 29 +1 32 Promotion to Super League
13 Syneca AC 24 9 5 10 23 27 −4 32 Promotion to Super League
14 Interblag FC 24 8 6 10 30 36 −6 30 Promotion to Super League
15 FC Hunian 24 8 6 10 31 40 −9 30 Promotion to Super League
16 Brasta FC 24 8 5 11 39 47 −8 29 Promotion to Super League

17 AC Damogran 24 8 4 12 33 35 −2 28
18 Han Dold City 24 7 7 10 44 50 −6 28
19 Emerald Coast 24 5 9 10 45 49 −4 24
20 Wavel Rangers 24 5 9 10 27 42 −15 24
21 FC Hensha 24 6 4 14 31 53 −22 22
22 Sivolvia CAC 24 3 9 12 28 44 −16 18
23 FC Sjerezo 24 2 6 16 24 53 −29 12
24 Flania Zarss 24 3 2 19 27 58 −31 11

The title race has become a bit clearer, with Brantisvogan still leading, but having been reeled in quite a bit by the rest of the top four, who are all even on points, two back of the lead. Damogran have more or less kept pace, but they'll need a very strong push if they are to make up the six points standing between them and the final UICA spot. Syneca, meanwhile, have gone into a free fall, earning only nine points from the last twelve matches and crashing from sixth all the way out of the top half of the table. Arkintoofle and Chalesm continue to struggle, though the latter have at least made their way into the top half. By far the most improved team is Vitlvodle City, who earned 27 points to climb all the way up even with their cross-town rivals. Royals, United, and MSC have been fairly consistent, but don't look like realistic UICA challengers. The promotion race continues to be tight, with the last three teams in and the first two out separated by only two points. Sivolvia have fallen back somewhat from their surprising early-season form, and things continue to look very bad for Zarss and Sjerezo.

League 2 Table
-                        Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Golgafrincham City 24 14 6 4 46 25 +21 48 UICA SBCC
2 Sporting Jaglan 24 13 6 5 56 37 +19 45 UICA SBCC
3 Wavel AC 24 13 6 5 33 19 +14 45 UICA SBCC

4 Hensha Rockets 24 13 4 7 39 28 +11 43 Promotion to League 1
5 Traktor Gryrorik 24 11 7 6 29 15 +14 40 Promotion to League 1
6 Porters AC 24 12 4 8 32 23 +9 40 Promotion to League 1
7 Canyons AC 24 11 7 6 37 35 +2 40 Promotion to League 1
8 FC Syneca 24 10 7 7 42 35 +7 37 Promotion to League 1

9 Svetranj United 24 9 10 5 41 37 +4 37
10 Rudlit Rovers 24 10 7 7 20 25 −5 37
11 Vassilian City 24 10 6 8 38 31 +7 36
12 Flamarion City 24 10 6 8 34 29 +5 36
13 UFC Flamarion 24 10 6 8 31 27 +4 36
14 Hrund AC 24 8 9 7 36 36 0 33
15 Arkintoofle United 24 10 3 11 33 34 −1 33
16 Railways AC 24 9 5 10 22 29 −7 32
17 Revolution Chalesm 24 8 5 11 28 33 −5 29
18 Olympia Sasava 24 8 5 11 15 26 −11 29
19 Dynamo Lublova 24 5 8 11 35 41 −6 23
20 Lokomotiv Dzrebo 24 5 5 14 20 35 −15 20
21 Dynamo Bardjov 24 5 5 14 29 51 −22 20
22 Rudlit Miners 24 4 7 13 26 35 −9 19
23 Flania Traal 24 4 5 15 13 35 −22 17
24 Molvania Lutenblag 24 3 7 14 15 29 −14 16

In the biggest stories of League 2, one team have gone on an absolute tear, while another has completely fallen apart. UFC Flamarion looked like they were putting together a very strong season after being relegated last year, placed third after 12 matches, but have earned just 12 points from the next twelve, falling out of the promotion zone. Meanwhile, Wavel AC, who struggled mightily with just 13 points from their first 12 matches, have put up 32 from their next twelve to climb all the way into a UICA spot. Preseason favorites Golgafrincham and Sporting have taken up the top two spots, but Revolution and Arkintoofle United are still in very bad form, both finding themselves in the bottom half as we enter the second half of the season. The promotion race is still very close though, with with 5th and 13th place only separated by 7 points, and Syneca currently holding the last promotion spot on goal differential.
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SCFA Season 2, Matchdays 25-36

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Chalesm FC 3–2 AC Damogran
FC Yassaca 1–0 Syneca AC
Viltvodle City 1–0 Jaglan Royals
Damogran FC 1–0 Flania Zarss
Olympia Arkintoofle 0–1 Traal Athletics
Wavel Rangers 0–1 Viltvodle United
Emerald Coast 3–2 Han Dold City
Interblag FC 0–1 FC Hensha
FC Hunian 2–1 FC Sjerezo
Sivolvia CAC 0–1 Algolia AC
Brasta FC 4–4 Megabrantid SC
Lublova Reds 1–2 Brantisvogan FC

Brantisvogan keep up their torrid pace at the top of the league, topping Lublova away, and the Reds now find themselves five points back of first, while Traal and Algolia keep up, both notching close wins on the road. Damogran also managed to keep pace, but need more teams ahead of them to stumble.

AC Damogran 2–3 Lublova Reds
Brantisvogan FC 1–0 Brasta FC
Megabrantid SC 4–2 Sivolvia CAC
Algolia AC 2–0 FC Hunian
FC Sjerezo 1–0 Interblag FC
FC Hensha 1–0 Emerald Coast
Han Dold City 2–1 Wavel Rangers
Viltvodle United 1–2 Olympia Arkintoofle
Traal Athletics 4–0 Damogran FC
Flania Zarss 2–2 Viltvodle City
Jaglan Royals 2–1 FC Yassaca
Syneca AC 2–6 Chalesm FC

It's a serious blow to Damogran's UICA hopes this week, as they are absolutely demolished in Traal, and all four of the other leading teams take full points. It's also bad news across town, where AC Damogran are rapidly receding from the promotion picture after recording their third straight loss. Down at the very bottom of the league, Zarss manage a draw with V City, and Sjerezo manage a home victory against Interblag. Chalesm continue to have one of the most inconsistent seasons imaginable, as their attack breaks loose in Syneca, led by a hat trick from Zoban Ajao. It's probably too late for them to climb back into the UICA picture, but they can at least put a respectable finish on this season. They have now won four straight under interim manager Delval Kotsyubov, and if this keeps up, ownership may just have to remove the "interim" label from his job title.

Syneca AC 0–0 AC Damogran
Chalesm FC 0–1 Jaglan Royals
FC Yassaca 1–0 Flania Zarss
Viltvodle City 0–2 Traal Athletics
Damogran FC 4–5 Viltvodle United
Olympia Arkintoofle 1–1 Han Dold City
Wavel Rangers 1–0 FC Hensha
Emerald Coast 1–2 FC Sjerezo
Interblag FC 0–2 Algolia AC
FC Hunian 2–0 Megabrantid SC
Sivolvia CAC 1–2 Brantisvogan FC
Brasta FC 0–1 Lublova Reds

For the second straight week, the top four all win, while Damogran loses. There is still a lot of football to be played, with 19 weeks remaining in the season, but Damogran have a lot of work to do if they're going to continue to be a realistic contender for a UICA spot. Sjerezo have now won consecutive matches for the first time this year, following up their narrow defeat of Interblag with another one-goal victory, this one on the road in Vassilian.

AC Damogran 2–1 Brasta FC
Lublova Reds 5–2 Sivolvia CAC
Brantisvogan FC 3–5 FC Hunian
Megabrantid SC 2–0 Interblag FC
Algolia AC 7–4 Emerald Coast
FC Sjerezo 1–1 Wavel Rangers
FC Hensha 1–0 Olympia Arkintoofle
Han Dold City 0–1 Damogran FC
Viltvodle United 1–1 Viltvodle City
Traal Athletics 3–2 FC Yassaca
Flania Zarss 4–3 Chalesm FC
Jaglan Royals 1–0 Syneca AC

The door to the league title is cracked open, as Brantisvogan fall at home to FC Hunian, improbably allowing five goals to their mid-table visitors. Traal, Algolia, and Lublova all took full advantage by taking full points. Lublova did so in spectacular fashion, putting up five goals against Sivolvia Central at home. Not to be outdone, Algolia scored an incredible seven goals against visiting Emerald Coast, who managed a respectable tally themselves. Damogran managed a win also, but only just, as they scored the only goal in a visit to Han Dold City. As the dust settles, we find someone other than Brantisvogan atop the league for the first time in a long time. Algolia and Traal have passed them by a single point.

Emerald Coast AC 0–1 Sivolvia CAC
Jaglan Royals 0–1 Damogran FC
Brantisvogan FC 4–1 FC Yassaca
Viltvodle City 4–0 Flamarion City
Golgafrincham City 0–0 Megabrantid SC
Lublova Reds 3–0 Hrund AC
Interblag FC 1–0 Olympia Arkintoofle
Algolia AC 5–0 FC Sjerezo

It was a day for goaltenders, as fully half of teams in the third round kept clean sheets. Yassaca were the only losing team to score a single goal. Sivolvia Central look to be upset-minded, recording a vital away victory over Emerald Coast. Damogran were the only other away team to win in a Cup edition of their storied rivalry with Jaglan. Sjerezo's cinderella story seems ready to come to an end, as they will need to overcome a five goal deficit in the return leg against Algolia.

Jaglan Royals 2–2 AC Damogran
Syneca AC 4–3 Flania Zarss
Chalesm FC 3–3 Traal Athletics
FC Yassaca 1–2 Viltvodle United
Viltvodle City 2–1 Han Dold City
Damogran FC 5–0 FC Hensha
Olympia Arkintoofle 1–0 FC Sjerezo
Wavel Rangers 2–1 Algolia AC
Emerald Coast 2–0 Megabrantid SC
Interblag FC 0–1 Brantisvogan FC
FC Hunian 1–0 Lublova Reds
Sivolvia CAC 1–0 Brasta FC

Well that didn't last long. Traal must settle for a draw in Chalesm while Algolia stumble in Han Wavel, and Brantisvogan are top of the league once more, on the strength of a narrow victory in Lutenblag. Lublova also lose, being shut out in Hunian, and Damogran close the gap a bit, annihilating Hensha by five goals. Royals and MSC are also still hanging around just at the edge of realistic striking range for UICA qualification, though both stumbled today, and will need to clean up their form.

AC Damogran 2–1 Sivolvia CAC
Brasta FC 4–4 FC Hunian
Lublova Reds 1–0 Interblag FC
Brantisvogan FC 1–0 Emerald Coast
Megabrantid SC 1–0 Wavel Rangers
Algolia AC 2–1 Olympia Arkintoofle
FC Sjerezo 0–2 Damogran FC
FC Hensha 0–2 Viltvodle City
Han Dold City 1–0 FC Yassaca
Viltvodle United 1–1 Chalesm FC
Traal Athletics 2–0 Syneca AC
Flania Zarss 0–1 Jaglan Royals

Not any movement at the top this week, as the top 7 all record wins. We have to go all the way down the table to V United in eight, who drew with Chalesm, allowing their cross town rivals to move even with them on points. At the edges of the promotion zone, AC Damogran's run of good form has seen them climb up to a more comfortable 14th, just ahead of Syneca on goal differential. Brasta will be disappointed with their defensive effort against Hunian at home, as a win would have kept them within two points of HDC, who occupy the final promotion spot.

Flania Zarss 0–3 AC Damogran
Jaglan Royals 1–1 Traal Athletics
Syneca AC 1–0 Viltvodle United
Chalesm FC 7–3 Han Dold City
FC Yassaca 2–1 FC Hensha
Viltvodle City 3–2 FC Sjerezo
Damogran FC 1–1 Algolia AC
Olympia Arkintoofle 0–0 Megabrantid SC
Wavel Rangers 0–2 Brantisvogan FC
Emerald Coast 2–4 Lublova Reds
Interblag FC 3–3 Brasta FC
FC Hunian 0–0 Sivolvia CAC

Brantisvogan are beginning to expand their lead again, as Traal are held to a draw in Jaglan. Algolia also fail to keep pace, and Damogran earn a vital point against the third place team, while Lublova shore up their position a bit, defeating Emerald Coast in Vassilian. Brasta miss a golden opportunity to close with HDC, drawing against Interblag while the latter took the full brunt of the Chalesm attack, allowing 7 goals in their visit to the capital.

AC Damogran 3–2 FC Hunian
Sivolvia CAC 0–1 Interblag FC
Brasta FC 2–3 Emerald Coast
Lublova Reds 4–1 Wavel Rangers
Brantisvogan FC 0–0 Olympia Arkintoofle
Megabrantid SC 3–3 Damogran FC
Algolia AC 2–1 Viltvodle City
FC Sjerezo 3–1 FC Yassaca
FC Hensha 1–2 Chalesm FC
Han Dold City 2–3 Syneca AC
Viltvodle United 2–0 Jaglan Royals
Traal Athletics 0–0 Flania Zarss

It may not have been a win, but it's a celebration day in Zarss this week, as they play spoiler in a big way while visiting their rivals, refusing to allow a single goal. Brantisvogan were also held scoreless this week, drawing with Olympia, and Algolia and Lublova reap the benefits, with the former moving into second, and the latter pulling even on points with Traal, who keep third place on goal differential. Damogran fight a war of attrition against MSC, and now find themselves eight points back of a UICA spot. Brasta lose to Emerald Coast, who now pass them in the standings, as do Interblag. The Blues are now just one point behind HDC for a promotion spot.

Sivolvia CAC 3–1 Emerald Coast AC
Sivolvia CAC win 4-1 on Aggregate
Damogran FC 1–2 Jaglan Royals
Aggregate tied 2-2, Jaglan Royals win 2-1 on Away Goals
FC Yassaca 3–3 Brantisvogan FC
Brantisvogan FC win 7-4 on Aggregate
Flamarion City 2–0 Viltvodle City
Viltvodle City win 4-2 on Aggregate
Megabrantid SC 1–0 Golgafrincham City
Megabrantid SC win 1-0 on Aggregate
Hrund AC 1–3 Lublova Reds
Lublova Reds win 6-1 on Aggregate
Olympia Arkintoofle 0–1 Interblag FC
Interblag FC win 2-0 on Aggregate
FC Sjerezo 1–1 Algolia AC
Algolia AC win 6-1 on Aggregate

Most of the first leg's winners hold serve, and MSC edge Golgafrincham after their first leg draw. The real drama was to be found in Damogran, where Royals succeeded in evening up the aggregate, and squeaked past to the next round on away goals, and just like that another of the league contenders bows out of the cup.

Traal Athletics 2–1 AC Damogran
Flania Zarss 1–0 Viltvodle United
Jaglan Royals 2–1 Han Dold City
Syneca AC 0–0 FC Hensha
Chalesm FC 6–2 FC Sjerezo
FC Yassaca 1–0 Algolia AC
Viltvodle City 3–0 Megabrantid SC
Damogran FC 6–3 Brantisvogan FC
Olympia Arkintoofle 3–3 Lublova Reds
Wavel Rangers 3–4 Brasta FC
Emerald Coast 1–0 Sivolvia CAC
Interblag FC 1–1 FC Hunian

Losses for Algolia and Brantisvogan mean that Traal are our new league leaders. Their home victory over AC Damogran, combined with Damogran FC's six goals for against Brantisvogan gave Traal just enough of a GD boost to claim first place. A draw for Lublova sets up a momentous clash with Damogran next week, as the two teams are now only six points apart. Down on the edge of the promotion zone, Brasta finally manage a win, but so does Emerald Coast, so it's the men in green and orange who take advantage of Han Dold City's loss to Royals. Interblag also join the mix by picking up a point against Hunian, and now there are four teams separated by a single point, fighting for one spot in next year's super league. Both the title and promotion races promise to go down to the wire.

AC Damogran 1–0 Interblag FC
FC Hunian 4–3 Emerald Coast
Sivolvia CAC 0–0 Wavel Rangers
Brasta FC 1–0 Olympia Arkintoofle
Lublova Reds 1–2 Damogran FC
Brantisvogan FC 2–1 Viltvodle City
Megabrantid SC 0–1 FC Yassaca
Algolia AC 3–2 Chalesm FC
FC Sjerezo 0–0 Syneca AC
FC Hensha 1–0 Jaglan Royals
Han Dold City 4–2 Flania Zarss
Viltvodle United 2–3 Traal Athletics

The most momentous match of the day was without a doubt the meeting between the Suntigers and Reds in Lublova. Lublova found themselves in fourth position, even on points with Algolia, while visiting Damogran were six points back in fifth. A win for Lublova would widen the separation between the top four and the rest of the league, while Damogran had an opportunity to pull within striking distance of UICA qualification. The match began in typical Lublovan fashion, with the Reds keeping possession as much as possible and pressing forward, probing for weaknesses. It was Damogran, however, who took first blood, as Zonde beat Pustoshka on the counter, and found Gryspos with a low cross. Lublova were quick to respond, however, beginning their attack directly from the ensuing kickoff, and striking just five minutes later, with Vladcik threading a cross back against the grain to Vepcojat, who scored from the top of the box. As if shocked by the quick two goal outburst, both teams seemed to back off somewhat for most of the rest of the match, and it took a shocking error for another goal to be scored. Nirjo's breakout pass, intended for Vepcojat was intercepted, the young center back had simply overlooked a lurking Dolknight, and suddenly, Lublova were out of position defensively. Dolknight found Damograni, who froze Povarnin with a shot-pass across the face of goal to Zvelnic for an easy tap in. And so, Damogran pull within three points of Lublova, who in turn see Algolia pull three points ahead of them, with Brantisvogan and Traal deadlocked a further two points ahead. In the promotion race, HDC hold the lead again by the narrowest of margins, as they are even on both points and goal differential with Brasta. Hensha have joined the party, pulling even with Interblag to give us five teams three points apart, still competing for what looks like a single spot, as Olympia are a further five points ahead of HDC.

Viltvodle United 1–2 AC Damogran
Traal Athletics 2–1 Han Dold City
Flania Zarss 2–3 FC Hensha
Jaglan Royals 2–1 FC Sjerezo
Syneca AC 2–2 Algolia AC
Chalesm FC 2–3 Megabrantid SC
FC Yassaca 2–1 Brantisvogan FC
Viltvodle City 1–0 Lublova Reds
Damogran FC 4–2 Brasta FC
Olympia Arkintoofle 2–1 Sivolvia CAC
Wavel Rangers 3–2 FC Hunian
Emerald Coast 0–1 Interblag FC

Yassaca have once again proven giant slayers at home, and Traal are the beneficiaries this time, as Brantisvogan's loss allows them to take sole possession of first, also putting distance between themselves and Algolia, who were held to a draw by Syneca. Lublova follow up their disappointing loss to Damogran with another at V City, and suddenly find themselves caught, as they now lead Damogran by goal differential only. In the bottom half of the table it is pure chaos. Syneca look fairly comfortable in fifteenth, seven points ahead of HDC, but there is nothing comfortable about sixteenth just now. Four teams are dead even on points, with two more within three points.

AC Damogran 2–2 Emerald Coast
Interblag FC 1–0 Wavel Rangers
FC Hunian 1–2 Olympia Arkintoofle
Sivolvia CAC 2–4 Damogran FC
Brasta FC 2–3 Viltvodle City
Lublova Reds 1–1 FC Yassaca
Brantisvogan FC 1–0 Chalesm FC
Megabrantid SC 1–0 Syneca AC
Algolia AC 0–1 Jaglan Royals
FC Sjerezo 3–3 Flania Zarss
FC Hensha 1–1 Traal Athletics
Han Dold City 1–0 Viltvodle United

Damogran have done it! With Lublova's disappointing home draw against Yassaca, and Damogran's victory visiting bottom feeders Sivolvia Central, there is a new team in the top four. Traal still hold the top spot, but not as securely as they'd hoped, settling for a draw with Hensha while Brantisvogan rebounded with a close win the the Capital Derby. The promotion picture continues to be incredibly close, as HDC hold onto the sixteenth spot by the proverbial skin of their teeth, leading Interblag by 1 on goal differential. Emerald Coast and Wavel Rangers have dropped back just a bit, but Hensha and Brasta are still within easy striking distance. Meanwhile, Syneca have entered the picture from the other direction, and now find themselves only four points above the chaos.

Sivolvia CAC 0–0 Jaglan Royals
Brantisvogan FC 1–1 Viltvodle City
Megabrantid SC 1–1 Lublova Reds
Interblag FC 3–5 Algolia AC

As we look ahead to the second quarterfinal leg, the Cup if full of possibilities. Sivolvia have held Royals without an away goal, and only need a draw to advance. Brantisvogan and MSC both failed to win at home, but if they can both take the second leg, the cards will be on the table for an all-Brantisvogan final. Interblag, however, have a mountain to climb, heading to the second leg with a two goal deficit and five (count em) five away goals to overcome. Anything can happen at this stage, but Algolia look to have nearly punched their ticket to the semifinals.

League 1 Table:
-                        Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Traal Athletics 36 23 9 4 70 37 +33 78 UICA CC, SCFA Super Cup
2 Brantisvogan FC 36 23 8 5 71 41 +30 77 UICA GC
3 Algolia AC 36 23 4 9 86 50 +36 73 UICA GC
4 Damogran FC 36 21 9 6 81 56 +25 72 UICA GC

5 Lublova Reds 36 21 7 8 77 53 +24 70 Promotion to Super League
6 Jaglan Royals 36 19 7 10 49 39 +10 64 Promotion to Super League
7 Viltvodle City 36 18 7 11 54 39 +15 61 Promotion to Super League
8 Megabrantid SC 36 18 7 11 59 55 +4 61 Promotion to Super League
9 Chalesm FC 36 15 9 12 89 71 +18 54 Promotion to Super League
10 Viltvodle United 36 15 7 14 57 47 +10 52 Promotion to Super League
11 FC Yassaca 36 15 6 15 44 43 +1 51 Promotion to Super League
12 Olympia Arkintoofle 36 14 7 15 42 37 +5 49 Promotion to Super League
13 AC Damogran 36 14 7 15 55 52 +3 49 Promotion to Super League
14 FC Hunian 36 13 9 14 55 62 −7 48 Promotion to Super League
15 Syneca AC 36 12 9 15 35 45 −10 45 Promotion to Super League
16 Han Dold City 36 11 8 17 63 74 −11 41 Promotion to Super League

17 Interblag FC 36 11 8 17 37 49 −12 41
18 FC Hensha 36 11 6 19 41 68 −27 39
19 Brasta FC 36 10 8 18 62 76 −14 38
20 Emerald Coast 36 9 10 17 66 75 −9 37
21 Wavel Rangers 36 8 11 17 39 61 −22 35
22 FC Sjerezo 36 5 9 22 40 75 −35 24
23 Sivolvia CAC 36 4 11 21 38 66 −28 23
24 Flania Zarss 36 5 5 26 44 83 −39 20


Matchday 25:
Sporting Jaglan 3–4 Flamarion City
Svetranj United 2–1 Molvania Lutenblag
Dynamo Bardjov 3–3 Hensha Rockets
Hrund AC 2–2 Olympia Sasava
FC Syneca 2–1 Lokomotiv Dzrebo
Traktor Gryrorik 2–0 Revolution Chalesm
Porters AC 0–1 Wavel AC
UFC Flamarion 4–2 Vassilian City
Arkintoofle United 1–0 Rudlit Miners
Railways AC 0–1 Dynamo Lublova
Flania Traal 0–0 Golgafrincham City
Rudlit Rovers 1–2 Canyons AC

Matchday 26:
Flamarion City 2–1 Rudlit Rovers
Canyons AC 2–1 Flania Traal
Golgafrincham City 1–0 Railways AC
Dynamo Lublova 1–2 Arkintoofle United
Rudlit Miners 0–1 UFC Flamarion
Vassilian City 1–1 Porters AC
Wavel AC 1–0 Traktor Gryrorik
Revolution Chalesm 3–2 FC Syneca
Lokomotiv Dzrebo 3–2 Hrund AC
Olympia Sasava 1–0 Dynamo Bardjov
Hensha Rockets 1–2 Svetranj United
Molvania Lutenblag 0–1 Sporting Jaglan

Matchday 27:
Molvania Lutenblag 1–0 Flamarion City
Sporting Jaglan 3–0 Hensha Rockets
Svetranj United 1–0 Olympia Sasava
Dynamo Bardjov 5–1 Lokomotiv Dzrebo
Hrund AC 1–3 Revolution Chalesm
FC Syneca 1–2 Wavel AC
Traktor Gryrorik 1–0 Vassilian City
Porters AC 2–1 Rudlit Miners
UFC Flamarion 2–1 Dynamo Lublova
Arkintoofle United 4–1 Golgafrincham City
Railways AC 3–3 Canyons AC
Flania Traal 2–1 Rudlit Rovers

Matchday 28:
Flamarion City 1–0 Flania Traal
Rudlit Rovers 2–2 Railways AC
Canyons AC 3–1 Arkintoofle United
Golgafrincham City 4–1 UFC Flamarion
Dynamo Lublova 2–2 Porters AC
Rudlit Miners 0–1 Traktor Gryrorik
Vassilian City 3–3 FC Syneca
Wavel AC 6–4 Hrund AC
Revolution Chalesm 2–2 Dynamo Bardjov
Lokomotiv Dzrebo 0–4 Svetranj United
Olympia Sasava 0–2 Sporting Jaglan
Hensha Rockets 3–2 Molvania Lutenblag

Matchday 29:
Hensha Rockets 2–3 Flamarion City
Molvania Lutenblag 0–1 Olympia Sasava
Sporting Jaglan 5–4 Lokomotiv Dzrebo
Svetranj United 1–0 Revolution Chalesm
Dynamo Bardjov 3–1 Wavel AC
Hrund AC 2–2 Vassilian City
FC Syneca 2–1 Rudlit Miners
Traktor Gryrorik 3–1 Dynamo Lublova
Porters AC 0–1 Golgafrincham City
UFC Flamarion 2–2 Canyons AC
Arkintoofle United 2–1 Rudlit Rovers
Railways AC 2–3 Flania Traal

Matchday 30:
Flamarion City 0–1 Railways AC
Flania Traal 0–2 Arkintoofle United
Rudlit Rovers 1–0 UFC Flamarion
Canyons AC 2–0 Porters AC
Golgafrincham City 1–0 Traktor Gryrorik
Dynamo Lublova 3–4 FC Syneca
Rudlit Miners 2–3 Hrund AC
Vassilian City 3–2 Dynamo Bardjov
Wavel AC 0–1 Svetranj United
Revolution Chalesm 4–3 Sporting Jaglan
Lokomotiv Dzrebo 2–1 Molvania Lutenblag
Olympia Sasava 2–4 Hensha Rockets

Matchday 31:
Olympia Sasava 0–0 Flamarion City
Hensha Rockets 3–3 Lokomotiv Dzrebo
Molvania Lutenblag 2–2 Revolution Chalesm
Sporting Jaglan 1–0 Wavel AC
Svetranj United 0–0 Vassilian City
Dynamo Bardjov 3–5 Rudlit Miners
Hrund AC 3–5 Dynamo Lublova
FC Syneca 0–1 Golgafrincham City
Traktor Gryrorik 3–2 Canyons AC
Porters AC 3–1 Rudlit Rovers
UFC Flamarion 1–0 Flania Traal
Arkintoofle United 0–1 Railways AC

Matchday 32:
Flamarion City 2–2 Arkintoofle United
Railways AC 2–0 UFC Flamarion
Flania Traal 1–0 Porters AC
Rudlit Rovers 1–0 Traktor Gryrorik
Canyons AC 1–0 FC Syneca
Golgafrincham City 2–0 Hrund AC
Dynamo Lublova 5–3 Dynamo Bardjov
Rudlit Miners 0–1 Svetranj United
Vassilian City 5–4 Sporting Jaglan
Wavel AC 0–2 Molvania Lutenblag
Revolution Chalesm 3–1 Hensha Rockets
Lokomotiv Dzrebo 0–0 Olympia Sasava

Matchday 33:
Lokomotiv Dzrebo 0–1 Flamarion City
Olympia Sasava 1–0 Revolution Chalesm
Hensha Rockets 2–1 Wavel AC
Molvania Lutenblag 2–2 Vassilian City
Sporting Jaglan 4–3 Rudlit Miners
Svetranj United 3–1 Dynamo Lublova
Dynamo Bardjov 1–0 Golgafrincham City
Hrund AC 2–2 Canyons AC
FC Syneca 0–0 Rudlit Rovers
Traktor Gryrorik 1–0 Flania Traal
Porters AC 0–1 Railways AC
UFC Flamarion 0–1 Arkintoofle United

Matchday 34:
Flamarion City 4–4 UFC Flamarion
Arkintoofle United 1–1 Porters AC
Railways AC 0–2 Traktor Gryrorik
Flania Traal 1–0 FC Syneca
Rudlit Rovers 1–0 Hrund AC
Canyons AC 3–2 Dynamo Bardjov
Golgafrincham City 0–1 Svetranj United
Dynamo Lublova 2–3 Sporting Jaglan
Rudlit Miners 1–0 Molvania Lutenblag
Vassilian City 2–1 Hensha Rockets
Wavel AC 1–2 Olympia Sasava
Revolution Chalesm 2–2 Lokomotiv Dzrebo

Matchday 35:
Revolution Chalesm 4–1 Flamarion City
Lokomotiv Dzrebo 1–0 Wavel AC
Olympia Sasava 1–2 Vassilian City
Hensha Rockets 4–4 Rudlit Miners
Molvania Lutenblag 1–4 Dynamo Lublova
Sporting Jaglan 1–1 Golgafrincham City
Svetranj United 3–0 Canyons AC
Dynamo Bardjov 0–1 Rudlit Rovers
Hrund AC 0–1 Flania Traal
FC Syneca 0–3 Railways AC
Traktor Gryrorik 0–1 Arkintoofle United
Porters AC 1–0 UFC Flamarion

Matchday 36:
Flamarion City 1–0 Porters AC
UFC Flamarion 0–4 Traktor Gryrorik
Arkintoofle United 2–2 FC Syneca
Railways AC 0–1 Hrund AC
Flania Traal 4–0 Dynamo Bardjov
Rudlit Rovers 1–0 Svetranj United
Canyons AC 2–1 Sporting Jaglan
Golgafrincham City 2–0 Molvania Lutenblag
Dynamo Lublova 0–2 Hensha Rockets
Rudlit Miners 1–0 Olympia Sasava
Vassilian City 4–0 Lokomotiv Dzrebo
Wavel AC 0–2 Revolution Chalesm


League 2 Table:
-                        Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Golgafrincham City 36 21 8 7 60 33 +27 71 UICA SBCC
2 Svetranj United 36 19 11 6 60 41 +19 68 UICA SBCC
3 Sporting Jaglan 36 20 7 9 87 62 +25 67 UICA SBCC

4 Traktor Gryrorik 36 19 7 10 46 22 +24 64 Promotion to League 1
5 Canyons AC 36 18 10 8 61 54 +7 64 Promotion to League 1
6 Hensha Rockets 36 17 7 12 65 56 +9 58 Promotion to League 1
7 Wavel AC 36 17 6 13 46 38 +8 57 Promotion to League 1
8 Flamarion City 36 16 9 11 53 47 +6 57 Promotion to League 1

9 Arkintoofle United 36 17 6 13 52 46 +6 57
10 Vassilian City 36 15 11 10 64 52 +12 56
11 Rudlit Rovers 36 15 9 12 32 38 −6 54
12 Porters AC 36 15 7 14 42 36 +6 52
13 Revolution Chalesm 36 14 8 14 53 51 +2 50
14 UFC Flamarion 36 14 8 14 46 49 −3 50
15 FC Syneca 36 13 10 13 58 56 +2 49
16 Railways AC 36 14 7 15 37 42 −5 49
17 Olympia Sasava 36 12 8 16 25 39 −14 44
18 Hrund AC 36 10 12 14 56 65 −9 42
19 Dynamo Lublova 36 9 9 18 61 69 −8 36
20 Flania Traal 36 10 6 20 26 45 −19 36
21 Lokomotiv Dzrebo 36 8 8 20 37 64 −27 32
22 Dynamo Bardjov 36 8 7 21 53 80 −27 31
23 Rudlit Miners 36 7 8 21 44 57 −13 29
24 Molvania Lutenblag 36 5 9 22 27 49 −22 24

Golgafrincham and Sporting have continued their strong play, and Sventranj United have ridden a run of good form up to second place, but the biggest success story of the past twelve weeks has been Arkintoofle United. After spending half the season struggling down in the bottom half, they have gone shooting up the standings, and now sit just outside the promotion zone. Revolution Chalesm still have a lot to do to live up to the preseason hype, but they have climbed slowly up into the top half after similar struggles. Dynamo Bardjov continue their miserable league form.
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SCFA Season 2, Matchdays 37-46

Postby Squornshelan Remnant States » Fri Feb 08, 2019 10:00 am

Han Dold City 1–0 AC Damogran
Viltvodle United 2–0 FC Hensha
Traal Athletics 1–0 FC Sjerezo
Flania Zarss 1–4 Algolia AC
Jaglan Royals 1–0 Megabrantid SC
Syneca AC 1–1 Brantisvogan FC
Chalesm FC 2–2 Lublova Reds
FC Yassaca 2–3 Brasta FC
Viltvodle City 2–0 Sivolvia CAC
Damogran FC 1–0 FC Hunian
Olympia Arkintoofle 3–0 Interblag FC
Wavel Rangers 0–4 Emerald Coast[/spoilers]
Traal are able to widen their lead over Brantisvogan to three points, who in turn now lead Algolia by just two, with Damogran one point behind them. Lublova are held to a draw by resurgent Chalesm, and now find themselves four points out of UICA qualification. Han Dold City meanwhile, may finally be finding some separation from the teams behind them, as for the first time in a while they hold sixteenth place outright, without resorting to tiebreakers. The picture behind them is still absurdly close, with Interblag and Brasta three points back, and Emerald Coast and Hensha trailing by four and five respectively.

[spoiler=Matchday 38]
AC Damogran 4–2 Wavel Rangers
Emerald Coast 1–0 Olympia Arkintoofle
Interblag FC 3–4 Damogran FC
FC Hunian 1–3 Viltvodle City
Sivolvia CAC 0–1 FC Yassaca
Brasta FC 3–1 Chalesm FC
Lublova Reds 3–3 Syneca AC
Brantisvogan FC 0–0 Jaglan Royals
Megabrantid SC 0–0 Flania Zarss
Algolia AC 2–2 Traal Athletics
FC Sjerezo 1–3 Viltvodle United
FC Hensha 2–3 Han Dold City

Traal and Algolia fight to a draw, and Damogran take advantage, moving up to third place, as Brantisvogan take a draw of their own to keep second. Lublova fail to hold off Syneca and are falling further behind in the UICA race. In the promotion race, HDC picked up three crucial points at Hensha, thinning the field behind them, and pulling even on points with Syneca. Brasta, Emerald Coast, and Interblag are all still in with a chance though.

FC Hensha 0–1 AC Damogran
Han Dold City 5–2 FC Sjerezo
Viltvodle United 2–4 Algolia AC
Traal Athletics 1–1 Megabrantid SC
Flania Zarss 2–4 Brantisvogan FC
Jaglan Royals 3–1 Lublova Reds
Syneca AC 3–3 Brasta FC
Chalesm FC 3–1 Sivolvia CAC
FC Yassaca 0–0 FC Hunian
Viltvodle City 0–0 Interblag FC
Damogran FC 4–1 Emerald Coast
Olympia Arkintoofle 1–0 Wavel Rangers

Wins for three the top four and a loss for Lublova puts the Reds in a dire situation, needing to make up eight points in just seven matches remaining. Traal see their lead narrow significantly, as they are unable to beat MSC at home. Brasta's loss to Athletic will almos certainly end their promotion hopes, as picking up eleven points in seven matches seems a stretch, given their remaining schedule. Han Dold City's strong form of late has now seen them climb into fifteenth, as Syneca's string of draws was not enough to keep pace.

AC Damogran 1–0 Olympia Arkintoofle
Wavel Rangers 2–2 Damogran FC
Emerald Coast 0–0 Viltvodle City
Interblag FC 1–0 FC Yassaca
FC Hunian 0–1 Chalesm FC
Sivolvia CAC 3–3 Syneca AC
Brasta FC 2–2 Jaglan Royals
Lublova Reds 1–0 Flania Zarss
Brantisvogan FC 0–0 Traal Athletics
Megabrantid SC 1–0 Viltvodle United
Algolia AC 4–1 Han Dold City
FC Sjerezo 2–3 FC Hensha

Another rash of draws lets the fourth place team, Algolia this time, leapfrog third place. Lublova manage to pick up three points, but thanks to Algolia's win, they still trail fourth by seven. Han Dold CIty's loss and Syneca's draw have allowed the promotion race to tighten again.

Jaglan Royals 0–0 Sivolvia CAC (0–0 AET) (5–4 pen.)
Jaglan Royals win 5-4 on Penalties
Viltvodle City 3–1 Brantisvogan FC
Viltvodle City win 4-2 on Aggregate
Lublova Reds 1–4 Megabrantid SC
Megabrantid SC win 5-2 on Aggregate
Algolia AC 4–3 Interblag FC
Algolia win 9-6 on Aggregate

A valient effort from Interblag in attack, but not enough in defense, and in the end, Algolia cruise to the semis. It was anything but a cruise for Royals though, as they fought through 120 minutes to another scoreless draw with Sivolvia. It took a penalty shootout to separate the two , and Royals edged out the visitors by a single goal. Meanwhile, another two top contenders exit, as V City notch a big home win to send Brantisvogan packing, and MSC upset Lublova.

FC Sjerezo 0–0 AC Damogran
FC Hensha 3–5 Algolia AC
Han Dold City 2–1 Megabrantid SC
Viltvodle United 3–4 Brantisvogan FC
Traal Athletics 2–2 Lublova Reds
Flania Zarss 0–2 Brasta FC
Jaglan Royals 3–0 Sivolvia CAC
Syneca AC 2–0 FC Hunian
Chalesm FC 3–4 Interblag FC
FC Yassaca 4–2 Emerald Coast
Viltvodle City 1–0 Wavel Rangers
Damogran FC 3–2 Olympia Arkintoofle

Traal draw for the fourth straight week, this time against Lublova, and slip back out of first place, which they had held for six weeks. The title race is as close as one could imagine, with Brantisvogan and Algolia tied at 86 points and Traal and Damogran just behind at 85. Lublova now trail by nine points with just five matches to play, and look to have frittered away their chances of returning to UICA next year. HDC tally a big win against Cup semifinalists MSC, but Syneca, Interblag and Brasta all kept pace with wins of their own. Emerald Coast, meanwhile, have left themselves a lot of work to do, perhaps too much for the five matches remaining.

AC Damogran 2–2 Damogran FC
Olympia Arkintoofle 2–1 Viltvodle City
Wavel Rangers 3–1 FC Yassaca
Emerald Coast 1–2 Chalesm FC
Interblag FC 1–0 Syneca AC
FC Hunian 2–1 Jaglan Royals
Sivolvia CAC 2–3 Flania Zarss
Brasta FC 4–5 Traal Athletics
Lublova Reds 1–3 Viltvodle United
Brantisvogan FC 2–1 Han Dold City
Megabrantid SC 1–0 FC Hensha
Algolia AC 2–1 FC Sjerezo

Today, we feel quite safe in holding the memorial service for Lublova's season. They now trail Damogran by ten points with only four matches to play. While they are not yet mathematically eliminated from UICA contention, it strains the imagination to picture them catching up now. Damogran have slipped up themselves, however, only managing a draw while the other three title contenders all won. In the promotion race, on the other hand, everyone lost this week, with the exception of Interblag, who now find themselves just one point away from sixteenth.

Jaglan Royals 0–0 Viltvodle City
Megabrantid SC 2–0 Algolia AC

Royals play their third consecutive scoreless draw in the cup, and the curse of top league contenders seems set to continue, as MSC put up two goals in the home leg against Algolia.

Algolia AC 2–0 AC Damogran
FC Sjerezo 0–2 Megabrantid SC
FC Hensha 1–4 Brantisvogan FC
Han Dold City 3–2 Lublova Reds
Viltvodle United 2–2 Brasta FC
Traal Athletics 6–1 Sivolvia CAC
Flania Zarss 1–1 FC Hunian
Jaglan Royals 1–0 Interblag FC
Syneca AC 0–0 Emerald Coast
Chalesm FC 4–3 Wavel Rangers
FC Yassaca 3–2 Olympia Arkintoofle
Viltvodle City 1–3 Damogran FC

Wins for all of the top four keep the status quo at the top, but Lublova's continuing freefall has now seen them enter sixth place, as Royals look to claim the title of first team out, while continuing their cup run. Han Dold City made their promotion hopes look just a little surer at Lublova's expense, with Syneca letting Emerald Coast take a crucial point off them, and Interblag failing to score in Jaglan. Emerald Coast however, face a near impossible task, needing to make up eight points on Syneca in just three matches, while also catching Interblag and Brasta. Hensha, with their third straight loss, have been mathematically eliminated.

AC Damogran 2–3 Viltvodle City
Damogran FC 1–1 FC Yassaca
Olympia Arkintoofle 2–4 Chalesm FC
Wavel Rangers 2–1 Syneca AC
Emerald Coast 3–1 Jaglan Royals
Interblag FC 1–0 Flania Zarss
FC Hunian 0–0 Traal Athletics
Sivolvia CAC 0–3 Viltvodle United
Brasta FC 2–3 Han Dold City
Lublova Reds 2–1 FC Hensha
Brantisvogan FC 5–3 FC Sjerezo
Megabrantid SC 2–3 Algolia AC

The title race appears to have narrowed to two teams. With only two matches to play, Damogran trail by five points, and Traal by three, but Algolia and Brantisvogan remain neck and neck with 95 points each, and will meet next week in a de facto championship final. You could scarcely ask for a more dramatic finish to the season than this. While Jaglan and Lublova have no hope of a UICA spot, they can each still finish as the first team out.. Lublova reclaimed fifth today as Jaglan lost in Vassilian. Han Dold City look nigh uncatchable in fifteenth, as Syneca have stumbled, and Interblag now occupy sixteenth, five points back of HDC. Brasta's loss hurts them a lot, but theiy're still technically alive, as are Emerald Coast, who need the stars to align, but seem to have found the right form, and never-say-die attitude, putting up a big upset against Royals.

Viltvodle City 3–4 Jaglan Royals
Jaglan Royals win 4-3 on Aggregate
Algolia AC 2–4 Megabrantid SC
Megabrantid SC win 6-2 on Aggregate

MSC complete the upset and we're set up for a mid-table clash in the cup final, and Jaglan come up big in Viltvodle. Both fanbases will be thrilled at the opportunity to pick up their first piece of SCFA hardware, and the final in a couple weeks should be an absolutely thrilling affair.

Megabrantid SC 1–0 AC Damogran
Algolia AC 2–0 Brantisvogan FC
FC Sjerezo 2–2 Lublova Reds
FC Hensha 3–2 Brasta FC
Han Dold City 2–2 Sivolvia CAC
Viltvodle United 0–1 FC Hunian
Traal Athletics 1–0 Interblag FC
Flania Zarss 0–1 Emerald Coast
Jaglan Royals 0–0 Wavel Rangers
Syneca AC 1–1 Olympia Arkintoofle
Chalesm FC 4–4 Damogran FC
FC Yassaca 2–0 Viltvodle City

Traal kept themselves theoretically alive in the title race, beating Interblag at home, and Damogran's shootout draw in Chalesm ensured their fourth place finish, but all eyes were on North Damogran as Brantisvogan came to test themselves against Algolia. On the line: the inside track to the League Championship, UICA Champions' Cup, and SCFA Super Cup. Down on the edge of the promotion zone, Interblag's loss allowed Syneca to pull even on points with a draw. While those two look like the favorites to take the sixteenth and final Super League spot, Emerald Coast, amazingly, were able to pull within striking range with their defeat of Zarss. All three teams face top half opposition next week, though Syneca and Interblag definitely have the inside track to promotion. Hensha may have been eliminated weeks ago, but they were still able to play spoiler, ending Brasta's promotion hopes.

AC Damogran 0–0 FC Yassaca
Viltvodle City 4–2 Chalesm FC
Damogran FC 4–3 Syneca AC
Olympia Arkintoofle 2–0 Jaglan Royals
Wavel Rangers 3–2 Flania Zarss
Emerald Coast 2–0 Traal Athletics
Interblag FC 0–1 Viltvodle United
FC Hunian 4–1 Han Dold City
Sivolvia CAC 3–3 FC Hensha
Brasta FC 3–3 FC Sjerezo
Lublova Reds 0–0 Algolia AC
Brantisvogan FC 1–1 Megabrantid SC

Brantisvogan would have needed a win, coupled with a loss by Algolia, both with astronomical margins of victory in order to steal the title on the last day of the season, as Algolia led them by 15 on goal differential coming into the day. As it happened, neither the win nor the loss materialized, as both teams played to draws. MSC were probably delighted that the final Brantid Derby of the year ended up being a frustration for their cross-town rivals, rather than the victory parade they might have envisioned. MSC, of course, still have the Cup Final to play, and their fans didn't let Brantisvogan forget it. With Brantisvogan's draw, Traal had a chance to steal second place, but were upended by Emerald Coast, who were much more motivated, playing for a chance at promotion. Coupled with losses by Syneca and Interblag, that defeat of the defending champs proved just enough to send Emerald Coast to the Super League, an incredible feat, taking full points from their last three matches to make up a seemingly impossible margin.

Jaglan Royals 0–0 Megabrantid SC (0–0 AET) (2–4 pen.)

This year, instead of 1 vs 2, we were treated to the 6th and 8th placed teams dueling which certainly added some drama to the match, as only the winner would qualify for a UICA tournament. The match was a cagey affair, likely not much fun for the neutrals in attendance. MSC had the better of possession, but were unable to make much headway against Royals' back four. Generally, one would think this type of match would favor Jaglan, and they did generate a few chances, but Martin was ready for them, as was Azlatzov at the other end the few times that MSC broke through. As extra time began and wore on, both sides seemed more and more conservative, and there was a definite feeling in the air that the first goal would be decisive. It never came, however, and for the second year in a row, the Cup final went to a penalty shootout.
MSC won the coin toss and elected to shoot first, sending Cosumarite striker Alistair Redalen to the spot to open the shootout. He converted with ease, as did Jaeduke Arwin for Royals. Pal Durano and Jesper Krantz also scored, and Ebwin Vegger stepped up to take the third kick for MSC. His shot was strong, but too close to Azlatzov, who stopped it to the delight of half the crowd. Pal Serritslev then sent his shot high and wide keeping the score even at 2. Dymor Zduncyuk converted next for MSC, while Riley McGregor missed his shot high, and it was down to MSC's young center mid star, Iuri Takala with a chance to end the match on his foot. Showing great poise, he took a long, stuttering run up, sent Azlatzov the wrong way, and scored. He made it as far as the corner flag before being corralled by a mob of teammates and staff, and the celebration was on.

No Super Cup was held at the start of this season, since Traal won the double, but with MSC's victory, the stage is set for next year's opener, where they will meet Algolia to kick of the year.

League 1 Final Table:
-                        Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Algolia AC 46 31 6 9 114 62 +52 99 UICA CC, SCFA Super Cup, Promotion to Super League
2 Brantisvogan FC 46 28 12 6 92 55 +37 96 UICA GC, Promotion to Super League
3 Traal Athletics 46 27 14 5 88 49 +39 95 UICA GC, Promotion to Super League
4 Damogran FC 46 27 13 6 109 75 +34 94 UICA GC, Promotion to Super League

5 Lublova Reds 46 23 12 11 93 72 +21 81 Promotion to Super League
6 Jaglan Royals 46 23 10 13 61 49 +12 79 Promotion to Super League
7 Viltvodle City 46 23 9 14 69 51 +18 78 Promotion to Super League

8 Megabrantid SC 46 22 10 14 69 63 +6 76 UICA Cygnus Cup, SCFA Super Cup, Promotion to Super League
9 Chalesm FC 46 20 11 15 115 95 +20 71 Promotion to Super League
10 Viltvodle United 46 20 8 18 76 61 +15 68 Promotion to Super League
11 FC Yassaca 46 19 9 18 58 55 +3 66 Promotion to Super League
12 Olympia Arkintoofle 46 18 8 20 57 51 +6 62 Promotion to Super League
13 AC Damogran 46 17 10 19 65 63 +2 61 Promotion to Super League
14 FC Hunian 46 16 12 18 64 72 −8 60 Promotion to Super League
15 Han Dold City 46 17 9 20 85 95 −10 60 Promotion to Super League
16 Emerald Coast 46 14 12 20 81 86 −5 54 Promotion to Super League

17 Syneca AC 46 13 15 18 52 63 −11 54
18 Interblag FC 46 15 9 22 47 62 −15 54
19 Brasta FC 46 13 12 21 88 100 −12 51
20 Wavel Rangers 46 11 13 22 54 81 −27 46
21 FC Hensha 46 13 7 26 57 93 −36 46
22 FC Sjerezo 46 5 12 29 54 101 −47 27
23 Sivolvia CAC 46 4 14 28 50 95 −45 26
24 Flania Zarss 46 6 7 33 53 102 −49 25


Matchday 37:
Wavel AC 4–1 Flamarion City
Revolution Chalesm 4–2 Vassilian City
Lokomotiv Dzrebo 2–0 Rudlit Miners
Olympia Sasava 2–1 Dynamo Lublova
Hensha Rockets 1–2 Golgafrincham City
Molvania Lutenblag 1–1 Canyons AC
Sporting Jaglan 1–1 Rudlit Rovers
Svetranj United 2–2 Flania Traal
Dynamo Bardjov 2–0 Railways AC
Hrund AC 3–3 Arkintoofle United
FC Syneca 1–0 UFC Flamarion
Traktor Gryrorik 5–3 Porters AC

Matchday 38:
Flamarion City 0–0 Traktor Gryrorik
Porters AC 3–3 FC Syneca
UFC Flamarion 7–3 Hrund AC
Arkintoofle United 4–0 Dynamo Bardjov
Railways AC 0–1 Svetranj United
Flania Traal 2–4 Sporting Jaglan
Rudlit Rovers 1–0 Molvania Lutenblag
Canyons AC 3–1 Hensha Rockets
Golgafrincham City 0–3 Olympia Sasava
Dynamo Lublova 1–0 Lokomotiv Dzrebo
Rudlit Miners 2–0 Revolution Chalesm
Vassilian City 1–1 Wavel AC

Matchday 39:
Vassilian City 1–1 Flamarion City
Wavel AC 0–0 Rudlit Miners
Revolution Chalesm 0–0 Dynamo Lublova
Lokomotiv Dzrebo 1–3 Golgafrincham City
Olympia Sasava 0–0 Canyons AC
Hensha Rockets 1–2 Rudlit Rovers
Molvania Lutenblag 1–4 Flania Traal
Sporting Jaglan 0–1 Railways AC
Svetranj United 1–1 Arkintoofle United
Dynamo Bardjov 4–4 UFC Flamarion
Hrund AC 1–2 Porters AC
FC Syneca 2–1 Traktor Gryrorik

Matchday 40:
Flamarion City 0–1 FC Syneca
Traktor Gryrorik 4–3 Hrund AC
Porters AC 0–0 Dynamo Bardjov
UFC Flamarion 1–1 Svetranj United
Arkintoofle United 3–4 Sporting Jaglan
Railways AC 0–1 Molvania Lutenblag
Flania Traal 1–0 Hensha Rockets
Rudlit Rovers 2–0 Olympia Sasava
Canyons AC 2–2 Lokomotiv Dzrebo
Golgafrincham City 0–1 Revolution Chalesm
Dynamo Lublova 0–1 Wavel AC
Rudlit Miners 0–0 Vassilian City

Matchday 41:
Rudlit Miners 0–0 Flamarion City
Vassilian City 5–4 Dynamo Lublova
Wavel AC 5–2 Golgafrincham City
Revolution Chalesm 2–2 Canyons AC
Lokomotiv Dzrebo 1–2 Rudlit Rovers
Olympia Sasava 1–0 Flania Traal
Hensha Rockets 3–0 Railways AC
Molvania Lutenblag 0–5 Arkintoofle United
Sporting Jaglan 2–3 UFC Flamarion
Svetranj United 1–0 Porters AC
Dynamo Bardjov 3–2 Traktor Gryrorik
Hrund AC 3–3 FC Syneca

Matchday 42:
Flamarion City 5–3 Hrund AC
FC Syneca 3–4 Dynamo Bardjov
Traktor Gryrorik 2–1 Svetranj United
Porters AC 1–2 Sporting Jaglan
UFC Flamarion 6–2 Molvania Lutenblag
Arkintoofle United 4–0 Hensha Rockets
Railways AC 1–2 Olympia Sasava
Flania Traal 2–1 Lokomotiv Dzrebo
Rudlit Rovers 2–0 Revolution Chalesm
Canyons AC 4–2 Wavel AC
Golgafrincham City 1–1 Vassilian City
Dynamo Lublova 0–1 Rudlit Miners

Matchday 43:
Dynamo Lublova 4–2 Flamarion City
Rudlit Miners 1–0 Golgafrincham City
Vassilian City 0–1 Canyons AC
Wavel AC 2–0 Rudlit Rovers
Revolution Chalesm 1–0 Flania Traal
Lokomotiv Dzrebo 0–0 Railways AC
Olympia Sasava 0–1 Arkintoofle United
Hensha Rockets 4–1 UFC Flamarion
Molvania Lutenblag 1–1 Porters AC
Sporting Jaglan 2–3 Traktor Gryrorik
Svetranj United 2–2 FC Syneca
Dynamo Bardjov 2–1 Hrund AC

Matchday 44:
Flamarion City 1–3 Dynamo Bardjov
Hrund AC 6–5 Svetranj United
FC Syneca 2–0 Sporting Jaglan
Traktor Gryrorik 1–0 Molvania Lutenblag
Porters AC 5–1 Hensha Rockets
UFC Flamarion 0–1 Olympia Sasava
Arkintoofle United 4–0 Lokomotiv Dzrebo
Railways AC 2–0 Revolution Chalesm
Flania Traal 1–2 Wavel AC
Rudlit Rovers 0–1 Vassilian City
Canyons AC 1–2 Rudlit Miners
Golgafrincham City 4–3 Dynamo Lublova

Matchday 45:
Golgafrincham City 2–0 Flamarion City
Dynamo Lublova 3–5 Canyons AC
Rudlit Miners 1–0 Rudlit Rovers
Vassilian City 3–0 Flania Traal
Wavel AC 0–1 Railways AC
Revolution Chalesm 1–0 Arkintoofle United
Lokomotiv Dzrebo 0–1 UFC Flamarion
Olympia Sasava 0–1 Porters AC
Hensha Rockets 1–1 Traktor Gryrorik
Molvania Lutenblag 1–1 FC Syneca
Sporting Jaglan 4–1 Hrund AC
Svetranj United 2–3 Dynamo Bardjov

Matchday 46:
Flamarion City 0–0 Svetranj United
Dynamo Bardjov 2–4 Sporting Jaglan
Hrund AC 2–0 Molvania Lutenblag
FC Syneca 3–2 Hensha Rockets
Traktor Gryrorik 3–0 Olympia Sasava
Porters AC 2–0 Lokomotiv Dzrebo
UFC Flamarion 0–1 Revolution Chalesm
Arkintoofle United 3–0 Wavel AC
Railways AC 1–0 Vassilian City
Flania Traal 0–1 Rudlit Miners
Rudlit Rovers 0–1 Dynamo Lublova
Canyons AC 0–2 Golgafrincham City


League 2 Final Table:
-                        Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Golgafrincham City 46 26 9 11 76 49 +27 87 UICA SBCC, Promotion to League 1
2 Traktor Gryrorik 46 25 9 12 68 37 +31 84 UICA SBCC, Promotion to League 1
3 Sporting Jaglan 46 25 8 13 110 81 +29 83 UICA SBCC, Promotion to League 1

4 Canyons AC 46 22 14 10 80 69 +11 80 Promotion to League 1
5 Svetranj United 46 21 16 9 76 58 +18 79 Promotion to League 1
6 Arkintoofle United 46 23 8 15 80 55 +25 77 Promotion to League 1
7 Wavel AC 46 22 8 16 63 51 +12 74 Promotion to League 1
8 Rudlit Rovers 46 20 10 16 42 46 −4 70 Promotion to League 1

9 Vassilian City 46 18 15 13 78 65 +13 69
10 FC Syneca 46 18 14 14 79 72 +7 68
11 Porters AC 46 19 10 17 60 50 +10 67
12 Revolution Chalesm 46 19 10 17 63 61 +2 67
13 Hensha Rockets 46 19 8 19 79 78 +1 65
14 UFC Flamarion 46 18 10 18 69 68 +1 64
15 Flamarion City 46 17 13 16 63 65 −2 64
16 Railways AC 46 18 8 20 43 51 −8 62
17 Olympia Sasava 46 17 9 20 34 48 −14 60
18 Dynamo Bardjov 46 14 9 23 76 101 −25 51
19 Rudlit Miners 46 13 11 22 52 60 −8 50
20 Hrund AC 46 12 14 20 82 100 −18 50
21 Dynamo Lublova 46 12 10 24 78 89 −11 46
22 Flania Traal 46 13 7 26 38 61 −23 46
23 Lokomotiv Dzrebo 46 9 10 27 44 81 −37 37
24 Molvania Lutenblag 46 6 12 28 34 71 −37 30
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Cup of Harmony:
Quarterfinalist: CoH73, CoH75
Second Round: CoH74
First Round: CoH76, CoH77
IAC:
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Second Round: IAC6, IAC7
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Season 2 Wrap-Up and Transfer Preivew

Postby Squornshelan Remnant States » Mon Feb 25, 2019 1:14 pm

Management Changes:
TeamOutIn
Arkintoofle UnitedInsco DeshDevang Kadmyan
Brasta FCDzevad HaberekJigar Cisneros
Chalesm FCEnsio KedarDelval Kotsyubov
Flania ZarssShorath HaldasDzevad Haberek
Interblag FCTitor HlinkaViordar Haczliov
Olympia ArkintoofleJigar CisnerosSzadek Rakvere
FC SjerezoHajdar KaczmarekParthag Viazdek
Syneca ACDevang KadmyanTitor Hlinka

Kedar and Kaczmarek were both mid-season sackings who were succeeded by assistants who showed some promise as interim managers. Cisneros was also let go mid-season, but Arkintoofle have elected to bring in new blood in Rakvere, formerly an assistant with Lublova, hoping to bring some life to their anemic attack. Cisneros finds a home with Brasta, who in turn hope he will improve their defense and lead them to a Series B UICA berth. Their castoff, Haberek, will take on the challenge of rebuilding Zarss after two seasons in the League 1 basement cost Haldas his job. Syneca parted ways with Kadmyan after failing to secure promotion on the final matchday, and opportunistically snapped up Interblag's cast off manager, Hlinka. The baffling decision to fire a manager one year removed from a third-place finish after selling off half his team will surely come back to haunt Interblag as they promote assistant Haczliov to the head job. Meanwhile, Kadmyan is signed by Arkintoofle United, who recovered from their early season swoon after sacking Desh.

Confederates Abroad:
The Liga Starblaydia proved a welcoming venue for two confederate signings, as Yideg Abhe was part of a team defensive effort for Corinthian Spirits that led them to the League Championship. Djabgor Dzarkhin and Foxchester Raiders were less impressive in the league, but made an inspired run to win the Tiberius Cup, securing a spot in the Globe Cup.

Demkjo Jzvanic and Olympic (MYT) were a serious threat to win the league, but couldn't hold on down the home stretch, settling for third and a place in the Globe Cup.

Jinja City (BNJ), despite their rapidly aging lineup, were able to finish fourth in Globe Cup position, aided no doubt by the addition of Jinkzta Ulcviecel, who at 26 was the club's youngest player.

In Mareibat, Maryl Antrobus and Harmonica Tundra managed a fourth place finish that will be enough to send them to the Globe Cup.

Stein-los Turkish of Pasarga, and their Confederate signing Tudan Povarnin managed a fifth-place finish, which will also be good enough for the Globe Cup.

Ramusok United, in the Cosumarite Härlighet Ligan, who signed Gezan Djanetic as part of an extensive rebuild, and managed a sixth place finish, earning them Globe Cup qualification.

Przemors Dzetker, now of Old Sarum in the Ethane Flame League was not so fortunate, finishing in sixth as well, but just one point out of Globe Cup Qualification. Old Sarum did, however, qualify for the Vilitan Cove Invitational, on the basis of their leading goal differential among non-UICA teams.

In Qusmo, KF Atlant and Jirar Lomidan also finished sixth, and will not take part in UICA tournaments.

Danin Geladi and Hugh Town Millionaires (DAR) will be disappointed to have finished twelfth, barely in the top half of the league.

In the Brenecian A-League, newly promoted Westpike and Shrike Hagaz fell well short of their top-half ambitions, but succeeded in avoiding a return to the B-League, finishing one point above the relegation zone.

Finally, in Nephara, Confederates did not prove as lucky for their teams, as both Stovar Krieven of Bishop and Zemen Ystrad of Diamondqueen found themselves relegated, and will play in the First Division next year.

Transfer Rumors:
First and foremost, it appears that Fedrea Quazin has not just broken the gender barrier in Confederate sports, but shattered it. Far from acting as a liability to her side, as hidebound detractors insisted she would, Quazin was an integral part of a potent Brantisvogan attack that averaged 2 goals per game on their way to their second place league finish. She was also embraced by neutrals across the country, as the progressive-minded Confederate population came together to celebrate her achievement. Where Quazin and Brantisvogan blazed the trail, others are now set to follow. Rumors now link multiple teams with women on the international transfer market, and nearly all have busied themselves in signing promising female players here at home.

Sources close to management say that Megabrantid SC will look to build on their Confederacy Cup Championship by making signings to transform their team to a league contender. While full back appears to be a particular need of theirs, they will likely be opportunistic when it comes to adding talent, as their goalscoring was nothing special last year either. They also need to consider beginning the search for Abdeg Darbo's replacement. The center back and team captain still has a few good years in him, but it would be best for the club to have his heir apparent appear sooner rather than later.

Could it be rebuilding time in Chalesm? With Ensio Kedar out as manager, and a truly miserable defense making things tough for a very good keeper in Mustahil, national team striker Zoban Ajao could very well be available. The team did show some signs of life down the stretch, and ownership apparently recognized this trend, as they made Delval Kotsyubov's position as manager permanent not long after the end of the season. I would expect Chalesm to turn around and immediately spend any money earned from his transfer on defenders in their prime.

Vrenz Tambura will almost certainly hit the transfer market. His contract with AC Damogran has expired, and while their meteoric rise over the past two seasons is doing wonders for club finances, they can't afford to pay him like a bigger club would. The logical course is to sell the young midfielder now, while his value is high, and shore up the rest of the roster with the windfall. The rumor mill has already linked him with suitors in Nephara, Brenecia, Darmen, and Mytannion.

Something is rotten in the state of Arkintoofle. Olympia finished far below expectations this season, and it's not immediately clear what the problem is. Despite the departure of Zemen Ystrad, the defense was strong, allowing only 51 goals, second fewest in the league. They had tremendous difficulty in the attack though, despite having national team reserve Polter Yndel, and new signings Gorkhan Farsjo and Gethin Powell (BLN). Club spokespeople have emphatically denied rumors of lax discipline and a party culture among players, even in the face of damning photos taken of the team's young core out at downtown clubs well into the morning. Rakvere has been close-mouthed so far about potential personnel changes, but Olympia looks like a team in dire need of a shakeup.

Lublova had troubles without Jzvanic and will need to find more incisive finishing if they are going to make a return to UICA competition. Vladcik is a phenomenal talent, but he was left to shoulder too much of the attacking burden. It's not a likely move, but moving on from team captain Vaarin Strepol might free up the money needed to add a new striker, or more offensively dynamic center mid. I doubt management will be bold enough for such a move though.

In Jaglan, Royals seem just on the cusp of contending for their UICA debut, looking much improved in league play, but still finishing 15 points out of fourth, and losing a heartbreaker in the Cup final to miss out on the Cygnus Cup. Their fans are likely quite unhappy with the prospect of watching both Algolia and Damogran play abroad while they stay home this year. Built around one of the sturdiest defenses in the league (only Traal had as few goals against) they just need to do something about their stagnant attack, which at 61 goals for was the worst of any top ten finisher. They shored up the middle of their midfield last year, so I expect them to look for reinforcements at striker, as Roedberg and Predlov continued to be uninspiring this season. I'd be surprised if either of them wore navy and gold next year.

Damogran had a surprisingly strong year, and are viewed by most pundits as one of the overachieving teams of the season. They will need to add reinforcements, particularly to their back line if they want to make a habit of top-4 finishes. Look for them to splash a little cash in the international market after doing things on the cheap last year.
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Cup of Harmony:
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Second Round: CoH74
First Round: CoH76, CoH77
IAC:
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Pre-Independent's Cup Friendlies

Postby Squornshelan Remnant States » Thu Feb 28, 2019 12:48 pm

OOC: didn't find the time to work this into my RP's for IC6, but I want to have record of it here as I'm updating statistics prior to a WC82 roster post

The first match of the series took place in Lublova, Molvania, at the Słavnarzeczpospolitastadion (try saying that five times fast). The home of the Reds was filled with a raucous home crowd, anxious for their first opportunity to see the Black-and-Reds in person, and a respectable Qusmi'i delegation in their gold and burgundy. Donnell went with a somewhat esoteric lineup, first picking former Yassaca captain Jirar Lomidan, who joined Qusmi'i club KF Atlant last transfer window, as well as four other players who went abroad: Zemen Ystrad of Diamondqueen (NPH), Jinkzta Ulcviecel of Jinja City (BNJ), Gezan Djanetic of Ramusok United (COS), and Tudan Povarnin of Stein-los-Turkish (PAS). Povarnin's brother Jaska earned his first cap in goal. Ultimately it was a closely played match, ending with the same score as when the two teams met in the Cup of Harmony quarterfinal.

Squornshelan Remnant States 0–1 Qusmo

Słavnarzeczpospolitastadion, Lublova, Molvania, S.R.S.

SRS: J. Povarnin; Suharto, Ystrad, Perparim (Darbo 74'), Ulcviecel; Djanetic, Lomidan (Strepol 74'), T. Povarnin; Vladcik (Avagyan 66'), Ajao, Gryspos


For the match against Oberour Ar Moro, Donnell went with a somewhat more experienced lineup, although Viordar Rebljeten did earn his first cap, starting at left forward. Bedros Torluk also made his international debut, coming on for Skumantas Nakhutin late. The young Traal center back didn't appear to have made many errors, so it seems likely that Donnell simply wanted to get a look at Torluk in a situation where Oberour Ar Moro would be chasing a goal. The Black-and-Reds looked much more comfortable in this match, with Jzvanic finding his way to the end of a low cross from Tambura to open the scoring in the 33rd. Girma Mikhulat also contributed a goal, striking a flick from Ajao home with his first touch.

Oberour Ar Moro  0 – 2  Squornshelan Remnant States
Jzvanic (Tambura) 33'
Mikhulat (Ajao) 69'

Parade Grounds, O.A.M.

SRS: Krieven; Geladi, Raktsov, Nakhutin (Torluk 72'), Delu; Gebara, Aldra (Hagaz 64'), Tambura; Rebljeten, Jzvanic (Ajao 60'), Mikhulat


For the final warm up match, more presumptive starters were in the lineup, with Black-and-Reds mainstays like Munib, Oleb, Damot, Vladcik, Zonde, and Jzvanic all starting. Starting left mid Aatu Ruoho earned his first cap, as did Keshav Rallinaitis, coming on late for Jzvanic. The Olympic Thessia striker again opening the scoring, this time after just 20 minutes. Arlo Damot assisted on that first goal with a well-placed through ball, and scored the second one with a strong finish from a few yards outside the box. Djanetic then put the game away with just over 15 minutes to play.

Squornshelan Remnant States  3 – 0 Kavagrad
Jzvanic (Damot) 20'
Damot (Ruoho) 47'
Djanetic (Vladcik) 74'

Olympiastad, Arktintoofle, Megabrantis, S.R.S.

SRS: Munib; Dzarkhin, Oleb (Dalso 57'), Tkermec, Antrobus; Ruoho (Djanetic 64'), Damot (Abhe 70'), Zonde; Vladcik, Jzvanic (Rallinaitis 75'), Dzetker
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Second Round: CoH74
First Round: CoH76, CoH77
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SCFA Season 3: Superleague Preview

Postby Squornshelan Remnant States » Sun May 19, 2019 1:54 pm

OOC: This season takes place somewhere between CoH74 and IAC7

Algolia AC
Stadium: Albrechtsson Park (cap. 65,400)
Manager: Dolvin Antal
Captain: Rasim Abiodun
Last Year: Not quite the dream double that Traal pulled off in Season 1, but Algolia will be quite satisfied with their league championship, especially after the uncertainty in the wake of Mustahil's departure, before Fitzmarten arrived. The additions of Westerlow and Rebljeten in the attack also paid dividends, as the Suntigers emerged from a crowded title chase on the second to last day of the season, and while they fell well short of expectations in the cup, their Champions Cup berth is greatly preferable to the Cygnus Cup. Their main addition this offseason is to the midfield, which will again be centered by Danin Stolp. Dawn GIlleran of Apox joins to play on the left, and should provide some polish to the attack. The other additions to the club are its first Confederate women, as Terun Cadash and Bruenna Savo join the defense, with Savo likely to replace Hagos Odur, who was sold to FC Hensha of League 1. Meanwhile Lumia Autenrieth will provide a second option at striker as Westerlow isn't getting any younger. Overal, the team looks well-equipped for a potential repeat of their league title, and will once again be the favorite for many pundits.
In: Dawn Gilleran (APX) LM 2M, Terun Cadash CB Free, Bruenna Savo LB Free, Lumia Autenrieth ST Free
Out: Hagos Odur CB
Prediction: 1st
Roster:
Pos Player            Age   Nat.  Gen.
GK Daniel Fitzmarten 31 NPH M
LB Raimo Balver 26 SRS M
CB Terun Cadash 23 SRS F
CB Rasim Abiodun 30 SRS M
RB Janar Delu 25 SRS M
CDM Aeron Schultheiss 29 SRS M
LM Dawn Gilleran 29 APX F
CM Danin Stolp 22 SRS M
RM Holgar Gschwind 30 SRS M
CF Viordar Rebljeten 24 SRS M
ST Hansi Westerlow 35 NPH M
Subs:
GK Krenko Stanslov 26 SRS M
D Bruenna Savo 24 SRS F
D Roffen Ritschl 21 SRS M
M Uhlan Tarcha 22 SRS M
M Tauno Rigard 25 SRS M
F Lumia Autenrieth 26 SRS F



Brantisvogan FC
Stadium: Radlov Arena (cap. 76,800)
Manager: Heldir Zaman
Captain: Ortzi Perparim
Last Year: Brantisvogan were probably the single most improved club in League 1 last year, leading the league for more weeks than any other club. They, as well as their fans, will likely still be feeling the disappointment of falling at the final hurdle, losing the de facto title match against Algolia on matchday 45. This will likely be a year of greater stability than last, which saw them replace five starters. The main move for Brantisvogan this year is to bring in yet another Nepharan, goalkeeper Karel Jonason from Diamondqueen, while they also added two more women, goalkeeper Satya Beisner and center back Orislava Pensinger on free transfers. This is definitely a team staring old age in the face, however, as many of their key contributors are now on the wrong side of 30, with four projected starters having reached the age of 35. Even if those players can deliver at the level they did last year, this is likely the last year at Brantisvogan for at least some of them. Whether this issue of age will cause regression for Zaman's team or serve as a motivating factor to take advantage and win now remains to be seen. While the advancing age of the defense makes it uncertain how well they will perform, the attack should be consistent again, with Ruoho looking ready to step into a more important role and Mikhulat and Rallinaitis not having begun any serious decline as of yet. The team is well equipped with young talent looking for an opportunity to step up, however, and I would expect players like Pensinger, Abri, and Koppuri to see significant playing time. This year and the next will likely be transitional, rebuilding years though, and it's hard to see a team with such a high average age making a UICA compeition.
In: Karel Jonason (NPH) GK 2.5M, Satya Beisner GK Free, Orislava Pensinger CB Free
Out: Erkki Salovaara GK 750k
Prediction: 5th
Roster:
Pos Player             Age   Nat.  Gen.
GK Karel Jonason 30 NPH M
LB Doron Fuchs 25 SRS M
CB Ortzi Perparim 29 SRS M
CB Dimitri Hagicostas 37 NPH M
RB Kurtis Rough 37 NPH M
CDM Baltazar Chan 36 AFT M
LM Aatu Ruoho 23 SRS M
CM Siavash Kuri 26 SRS M
RM Fedrea Quazin 35 EFL F
CAM Keshav Rallinaitis 30 SRS M
ST Girma Mikhulat 30 SRS M
Subs:
GK Satya Beisner 22 SRS F
D Laungani Saur 25 SRS M
D Orislava Pensinger 23 SRS F
M Simic Mumurungu 22 SRS M
M Desh Abri 21 SRS M
F Orald Koppuri 19 SRS M



Chalesm FC
Stadium: Raftel Park (cap. 59,870)
Manager: Delval Kotsyubov
Captain: Gavin Mitchell
Last Year: Disaster. With most pundits expecting them to build on a respectable sixth place and possessed of the league's most dangerous attack, Chalesm made massive strides in reverse, and at times looked in danger of missing out on promotion, despite 16 spots being available. Their goal production was sky high once again, but their defense was terrible despite a significant upgrade at goalkeeper. Only three teams allowed more goals last year, and while they rallied to finish in ninth place, their early season swoon was enough to see them bow out of the cup in just the second round, and cost Ensio Kedar his job. Accordingly, interim-turned-permanent manager Delval Kotsyubov has initiated a full scale rebuilt, cutting loose almost his entire back line, and letting other players go to reduce payroll and pad his transfer budget for the future. Gone are dominating striker Zoban Ajao and team captain Dietmer Klontz. Sjurd Eichhorn, cut loose by Damogran joins to become the new centerpiece of the back line, while Danin Enesca joins from MSC to play on the left. In the abscence of Klontz, Gavin Mitchell is the first foreigner to be named captain of an SCFA team.
In: Sjurd Eichhorn CB (500k), Danin Enesca LB (350k), Jhanna Skoroplyas CB Free, Palla Baeli RB Free, Gisela Alberon CB Free, Izoni Hocij LM Free
Out: Zoban Ajao ST, Olev Ahlgren LB, Terentis Ebeling CB, Yafos Orlov CB, Dietmar Klontz CM
Prediction: 12th
Roster:
Pos Player            Age   Nat.  Gen.
GK Kinner Mustahil 27 SRS M
LB Danin Enesca 28 SRS M
CB Sjurd Eichhorn 30 SRS M
CB Jhanna Skoroplyas 28 SRS F
RB Horst Hellevig 25 SRS M
LM Kulap Dahl 26 SRS M
CM Gavin Mitchell 35 OSR M
CM Faizan Yakam 21 SRS M
RM Janne Dyranut 29 SRS M
ST Solos Gandrup 32 SRS M
ST Insco Nadzab 21 SRS M
Subs:
GK Bieler Kajanto 24 SRS M
D Palla Baeli 26 SRS F
D Gisela Alberon 23 SRS F
M Helsk Petzet 25 SRS M
M Izoni Hocij 21 SRS F
F Radu Mardersteig 26 SRS M




AC Damogran
Stadium: Overburg Arena (cap. 46,222)
Manager: Ekta Hjorth
Captain: Pitran Durano
Last Year: Damogran surprised quite a few pundits by looking fairly comfortable in League 1 last year, maintaining position near the midsection of the table for most of the year, and never looking in serious danger of missing out on promotion, eventually finishing very respectably in 13th. Unfortunately for them, one of the major factors in this performance, right midfielder Vrenz Tambura has left the team in the recent transfer window, heading to Tekstil Ibon (MYT). They've plugged the gap as best as can be expected, signing Ebwin Vegger, late of MSC as a replacement, but he is not Tambura's equal, and someone in this midfield will need to step forward to lead the attack. As other additions go, Nikya Paecht and Lavinia Pivlic look ready to slot directly into the starting lineup, and should bring some much needed energy. The question is, will it be enough to offset the loss of Tambura's creativity. On defense, things lok surer, as the back line will again be anchored by veterans Palma and Raaso, with the addition of Sarya Traft on a free transfer to replace Vranx. Yet another free transfer, Miral Cecani bolsters the defensive subs, and with Slater Jant remaining between the uprights, this team should be fairly sturdy at the back. Without the ability to score, however, that may not be enough, and I think they will be hard pressed to avoid falling into the relegation zone.
In: Ebwin Vegger RM 500k, Sarya Traft CB Free, Lavinia Pivlic CM Free, Nikya Paecht ST Free, Miral Cecani LB Free, Zegana Irigon ST Free
Out: Vrenz Tambura RM, Ullin Dakna ST, Otar Vranx CB
Prediction: 14th
Roster:
Pos Player          Age   Nat.  Gen.
GK Slater Jant 27 SRS M
LB Tyson Palma 33 AUD M
CB Kian Raaso 31 SRS M
CB Sarya Traft 25 SRS F
RB Nigul Hamero 28 SRS M
CDM Pitran Durano 29 SRS M
LM Danin Struna 30 SRS M
CM Lavinia Pivlic 24 SRS F
RM Ebwin Vegger 29 SRS M
ST Vakhtang Lorsch 24 SRS M
ST Nikya Paecht 25 SRS F
Subs:
GK Tibor Malthus 26 SRS M
D Miral Cecani 23 SRS F
D Halder Vervliet 25 SRS M
M Rudin Ganoda 28 SRS M
M Salvard Prete 22 SRS M
F Zegana Irigon 22 SRS F



Damogran FC
Stadium: Bridger Lane (cap. 72,406)
Manager: Vichai Parekh
Captain: Shadi Damograni
Last Year: Damogran defied the expectations of many by improving on their seventh-place finish while spending less than 1 million in the transfer window. Their fourth-place result is good enough to secure the third and final Globe Cup berth, and they looked like genuine contenders for the league, part of a top four who put serious distance between themselves and the rest of the league. Coming down from that high, Damogran had to address the shortcomings that made that result such a surprise. They were able to shore up their defense quite a bit, while relying on capable players like Gryspos, Zonde, and Dolnight in the attack. They have continued that work this off-season, preparing for the berth they earned in the Globe Cup, and hoping to repeat their top-four appearance. To that end, the last two defenders from two years ago, Eichhorn and Gravset depart, replaced by Brenecian Paige Walker, and local talent Mamoona Acuff. Steinacker and Voldaren are less showy acquisitions, but will definitely serve to reinforce the bench, and provide further attacking options in the event of injuries (team captain Shadi Damograni also isn't getting any younger). I think Damogran have made the right moves at the right time, and will be a stronger team than they were a year ago. If Parekh can get the same level of play out of his returning players while seamlessly incorporating these new additions, Damogran will once again be among the league's elite.
In: Paige Walker (BRE) LB 1.5M; Mamoona Acuff C/LB Free, Hekara Steinacker CM Free, Lianna Voldaren ST Free
Out: Zaal Gravset LB, CB Sjurd Eichhorn, Haakan Zvelnic RF
Prediction: 3rd
Roster:
Pos Player           Age   Nat.  Gen.
GK Artemios Zigdis 32 FHU M
LB Paige Walker 27 BRE F
CB Mamoona Acuff 25 SRS F
CB Bedros Torluk 28 SRS M
RB Vladimir Krupin 34 PDN M
LM Fabre Klovsjo 25 SRS M
CM Ramaz Dolnight 27 SRS M
RM Eyob Zonde 29 SRS M
LF Shadi Damograni 33 SRS M
CF Hakan Gryspos 26 SRS M
RF Surrak Madvig 24 SRS M
Subs:
GK Granit Peden 26 SRS M
D Agrus Flodr 24 SRS M
D Marek Rabikauskas 22 SRS M
M Hekara Steinacker 24 SRS F
M Landis Higon 21 SRS M
F Lianna Voldaren 23 SRS F



Emerald Coast AC
Stadium: Emerald Coast Colosseum (cap. 31,200)
Manager: Gobind Srygler
Captain: Tehmin Jaglani
Last Year: ECAC had a more improbable route to promotion, securing key points on the last two matchdays which, combined with losses by teams ahead of them resulted in them securing the 16th and final spot in the Super League. As a team with limited transfer budget and not a lot to lose in the eyes of most pundits, Emerald Coast have invested more heavily than any other club in adding female talent to their roster. While they added no fewer than six women to the team, the highlight has to be national team prospect, left midfielder Lavanya Naqvi, who should supplant Sabbah in the starting lineup. They do not, however, appear to have the same level of skill on their roster as their compeition, and it's hard to see them finishing out of the relegation zone, especially after the way they snuck into the Superleague.
In: Ezuri Thiel RM Free, Lavanya Naqvi LM Free, Gisa Tuvas ST Free, Talea Myrakis CB Free, Baishya Zangeste WB Free, Eddara Tjaeder ST Free
Out: Agyenim Bunnag ST, Urho Plesek RM
Prediction: 16th
Roster:
Pos Player          Age   Nat.  Gen.
GK Kulap Erer 27 SRS M
LB Tehmin Jaglani 32 SRS M
CB Clint Hampton 34 BRE M
CB Yihun Peura 25 SRS M
RB Bendiks Paajar 24 SRS M
LM Lavanya Naqvi 22 SRS F
CM Gochan Aksoy 31 SRS M
CM Aitar Poudyal 25 SRS M
RM Ezuri Thiel 24 SRS F
ST Brion Stienno 22 SRS M
ST Wiran Vemula 29 SRS M
Subs:
GK Eidren Kalitas 22 SRS M
D Gisa Tuvas 21 SRS F
D Talea Myrakis 20 SRS F
M Baishya Zangeste 22 SRS F
M Indrek Sabbah 32 SRS M
F Eddara Tjaeder 21 SRS F



Han Dold City FC
Stadium: Ralph Wilson Memorial Stadium (cap. 48,700)
Manager: Aerhyd Aseyneddin
Captain: Arwel Caswyddian
Last Year: HDC looked comfortably in the promotion zone for most of the year, but faded down the stretch, making things much more interesting than they fans would have preferred. This year, they made a financial decision, selling standout right mid Talfryn Heltain to Viltvodle United, and turning to free transfers for a replacement. They should be good enough to avoid relegation, but not much more than that. Their free transfer acquisitions have the benefit of being likely to contribute immediately, but many of them are past their best developmental years, and few look likely to improve any further. None looks particularly likely to break out and lead this team into the top half of the league.
In: Svogthir Rasczak CF 750k, Helaia Kugen RM Free, Wydwen Myrtagh CB Free, Naiva Storrev CM Free, Tishan Gower GK Free
Out: Agwe Gadeirus CB, Talfryn Heltain RM, Ithel Rhyderch CF
Prediction: 13th
Roster:
Pos Player             Age   Nat.  Gen.
GK Sigmund Howson 35 BRE M
LB Rhodri Bortnan 29 SRS M
CB Wydwen Myrtagh 25 SRS F
CB Sieffre Deheubarth 28 SRS M
RB Koit Isarn 27 SRS M
LM Liuwyn Iarnucon 31 SRS M
CM Tahvo Vedalken 33 SRS M
CM Arwel Caswyddian 30 SRS M
RM Helaia Kugen 24 SRS F
CF Svogthir Rasczak 27 SRS M
ST Jurzse Bedesnjak 26 SRS M
Subs:
GK Tishan Gower 26 SRS F
D Greven Arist 23 SRS M
D Wryget Floddyn 22 SRS M
M Lasko Shokta 25 SRS M
M Naiva Storrev 22 SRS F
F Rodden Yasov 23 SRS M


FC Hunian
Stadium: Sunergy Field (cap 37,550)
Manager: Karsan Lytten
Captain: Bedros Alsogaray
Last Year: Hunian were another fairly undistinguished team, matching HDC for points, and they have more or less stood pat in the offseason, using free transfers to acquire future prospects and depth players. This was an unfortunate decision by club ownership, as they were just on the fringe of making the Superleague to begin with, and needed to add an impact player in the transfer window to have a realistic shot at competing. Like HDC, the players they have acquired are already in their prime, and unlikely to develop into anything more than they already are. Unfortunately, what they are is average footballers: something Hunian already had in abundance. This is a team that, even without any glaring weaknesses, is destined for the drop zone.
In: Pell Rakiric CM Free, Nyella Lieftinck RB Free, Pia Pavia GK Free
Out: Cremos Ramsaran RM
Prediction: 15th
Roster:
Pos Player           Age   Nat.  Gen.
GK Aram Gnau 29 SRS M
LB Bedros Alsogaray 33 SRS M
CB Eder Ulloa 26 SRS M
CB Gide Najzar 29 SRS M
RB Nyella Lieftinck 22 SRS F
LM Geralf Zunic 24 SRS M
CM Pell Rakiric 25 SRS F
CM Tahvo Zaveri 28 SRS M
RM Taye Sookram 30 SRS M
ST Kekoan Pober 27 SRS M
ST Yudos Amezaga 29 SRS M
Subs:
GK Pia Pavia 26 SRS F
D Hortas Jicha 32 SRS M
D Dmitri Garna 22 SRS M
M Khos Nawabi 29 SRS M
M Pavel Dromokov 23 SRS M
F Jundar Eklund 22 SRS M


Jaglan Royals
Stadium: Castle Street (cap. 57,300)
Manager: Andas Famt
Captain: Koit Suharto
Last Year: Projected for an unspectacular year, Jaglan turned a few heads with strong defensive play. Anchored by Suharto and Dalso at the back, Royals were able to finish noticeably above the middle of the pack, ending up in sixth, not far behind Lublova. Though they were not a realistic challenger for UICA qualification, this is clearly a team trending in the right direction. They were also able to win a number of very close matches in the cup, smothering and outlasting their opponents until the cup final, when Megabrantid overcame them in the penalty shootout. If any criticism can be made of their play, it would be that Royals were rarely a team with a killer finish, too often leaving points on the table for want of a goal. Toward that end, the club parted ways with both starting strikers, and have signed a couple of replacements. First is Erik Mevlya, who was never quite able to break out with his home club Starling in Nephara. While the SCFA is making great strides, even the Super League is a far cry from the top levels of Nepharan football, and one certainly hopes Mevlya can have more of an impact here. The second is teenage semi-pro and online viral sensation Kaalia Gerstlauer. She is known for her dazzling technique and footwork, though it will be interesting to see how well she can replicate her exploits against professional competition, and how she adapts to Famt's rigidly structured tactics. However these two new options at striker pan out, Jaglan should continue their improvement, and I think they can just barely edge out Brantisvogan for the last berth in the Globe Cup.
In: Taena Vylarr RM Free, Erik Mevlya (NPH) ST Free, Kaalia Gerstlauer ST Free, Lyfaia Marav RB Free
Out: Esben Roedberg ST, Ganter Predlov ST, Jesper Krantz RM
Prediction: 4th
Roster:
Pos Player           Age   Nat.  Gen.
GK Drezhni Azlatzov 31 SRS M
LB Koit Suharto 30 SRS M
CB Rudi Dalso 25 SRS M
CB Delis Abyen 27 SRS M
RB Kial Foskros 29 SRS M
LM Pal Serritslev 28 SRS M
CM Riley McGregor 33 SCT M
RM Taena Vylarr 23 SRS F
CAM Jaeduke Arwin 29 SRS M
ST Erik Mevlya 25 NPH M
ST Kaalia Gerstlauer 19 SRS F
Subs:
GK Thuno Kopal 23 SRS M
D Dobias Inisfallen 24 SRS M
D Lyfaia Marav 21 SRS F
M Grabar Kurbis 22 SRS M
M Sirat Surtz 26 SRS M
F Hedri Tomasek 23 SRS M


Lublova Reds
Stadium: Slavnarzeczpospolitastadion (cap. 61,230)
Manager: Rakvar Pavlyukovets
Captain: Vaarin Strepol
Last Year: Lublova had a letdown of a year, after being runners-up to Traal in both the league and the cup two years ago, they finished 13 points out of a Globe Cup spot, and were eliminated in the cup quarterfinals. While Iuri Pustoshka proved an able replacement for Djabgor Dzarkhin, the absence of Demkjo Jzvanic was keenly felt, as the team struggled to score at its usual pace. The dependability of the defense was enough to carry the Reds to fifth place, but they were never true contenders. Unfortunately, nothing happened in the transfer market to change this stat of affairs. Instead of spending money on an impact striker to complete their attacking lineup, they approached the off-season on the cheap, promoting Tytor Klaniczay to replace Aitor Koptsev at striker, and and signing some (admittedly very capable) female players to round out their lineup. Don't get me wrong, Lublova are still a good team, but not one headed for a UICA spot. Despite the excellence of their defense and midfield, they still lack a striker to make something out of all their possession. This team will not rejoin a title race until that is remedied.
In: Tiva Vannifar RB Free, Janei Azbelyov RM Free, Vrona Adamska CB Free
Out: Nikod Ketur RB, Aitor Koptsev ST, Anders Hjort RM
Prediction: 7th
Roster:
Pos Player           Age   Nat.  Gen.
GK Jaska Povarnin 27 SRS M
LB Iuri Pustoshka 30 SRS M
CB Dymek Raktsov 26 SRS M
CB Parthag Nirjo 29 SRS M
RB Tiva Vannifar 23 SRS F
LAM Jzeovak Vladcik 23 SRS M
CM Vaarin Strepol 28 SRS M
CM Rycszard Vepcojat 25 SRS M
RAM Janei Azbelyov 24 SRS F
ST Titor Klaniczay 20 SRS M
ST Olev Skripin 22 SRS M
Subs:
GK Arizst Kzocovsky 25 SRS M
D Ivann Alakas 21 SRS M
D Vrona Adamska 23 SRS F
M Hlavac Skjepian 24 SRS M
M Regemond Brixen 20 SRS M
F Bruse Duewel 27 SRS M


Megabrantid SC
Stadium: Megabrantid Financial Field (cap. 69,245)
Manager: Grigor Skeens
Captain: Abdeg Darbo
Last Year: Winning the cup was a massive highlight to an otherwise frustrating season for MSC. The additions of Martin, Durano, and Redalen, they didn't pick up as much talent as they'd hoped during last year's transfer window, and saw only minimal improvement, finishing well outside of the UICA race in eighth. Hoping to make the most of Iuri Takala's ascendancy as a potentially elite center mid, the club made it clear that they will not make the same mistake this time, taking steps to acquite both veteran talent, as well as adding other young players they hope can develop alongside Takala. Their biggest area of investment has been in defense, where aging left back Danin Enesca leaves the team, to be replaced in the short run with Nepharese Nikola Lindgren, formerly of AFC Corvistone. They also added Bonesean center back EG Slenderbill, a graduate of the Mercedini Center for Excellence, and Kedley Haldon, a local wingback prospect. It is uncertain at this point whether Slenderbill will slot directly into the starting lineup, or if Kempf will remain in that position for now. Meanwhile, capable midfielder Meaza Teklu will replace Ebwin Vegger as he departs for AC Damogran. MSC is definitely a team on the rise, but their time is not quite here yet. If they can continue to make timely additions to the lineup, this could be the team to beat in a year or two.
In: Nikola Lindgren (NPH) LB 2M; EG Slenderbill (BSE) CB Free; Meaza Teklu RM Free
Out: Ebwin Vegger RM, Danin Enesca LB
Prediction: 6th
Roster:
Pos Player          Age   Nat.  Gen.
GK Asdrubal Martin 34 SLL M
LB Nikola Lindgren 32 NPH F
CB Abdeg Darbo 33 SRS M
CB EG Slenderbill 22 BSE M
RB Pjarno Kaluznyy 28 SRS M
LM Pal Durano 29 SRS M
CM Iuri Takala 22 SRS M
CM Aatos Havner 30 SRS M
RM Meaza Teklu 24 SRS F
ST Alistair Redalen 36 COS M
ST Dymor Zduncyk 27 SRS M
Subs:
GK Ommund Widberg 25 SRS M
D Dietmar Kempf 30 SRS M
D Kedley Haldon 21 SRS F
M Regenard Kroetzl 23 SRS M
M Steffar Byock 24 SRS M
F Omer Kylar 23 SRS M


Olympia Arkintoofle
Stadium: Olympiastad (cap. 47,550)
Manager: Szadek Rakvere
Captain: Ilmari Seppa
Last Year: Mediocrity. The team wasn't terrible, but they certainly didn't compete at the level they'd have hoped to based on their finish two years ago, when they missed out on the Globe Cup only on goal differential. Now a year and a half later, this is a team with a crisis on its hands, but one that is very difficult to define. Team captain Holger Okoli is gone, victim of the same purge of leadership that saw Cisneros sacked mid-season. In his place, the club has made an interesting decision to bring in former Chalesm captain Dietmar Klontz, whose team performed even worse last year. On paper, the team is an excellent mix of youth and experience, and ought to have a promising future if the potential of the young players can be developed. I'm not convinced though, that the changes made will actually solve whatever is wrong with this team. The consistent aura of scandal that surrounds its young stars will take much harder decisions than this to dispell, and the steps necessary are likely to cost someone their job before they show results.
In: Dietmar Klontz CM 750k, Damaris Nebojsic ST Free, Dorea Bartonek LM Free, Marna Egerer LB Free, Hallar Tatyova CM Free
Out: Lopal Izborsk LM, Holger Okoli CM, Tosin Dahl ST
Prediction: 8th
Roster:
Pos Player          Age   Nat.  Gen.
GK Kapro Skibnaes 28 SRS M
LB Grigor Chulkov 29 SRS M
CB Kaleva Haugen 26 SRS M
CB Zuzen Tabon 25 SRS M
RB Ilmari Seppa 30 SRS M
LM Dorea Bartonek 23 SRS F
CM Polter Yndel 24 SRS M
CM Dietmar Klontz 31 SRS M
RM Gorkhan Farsjo 30 SRS M
ST Damaris Nebojsic 21 SRS F
ST Gethin Powell 20 BLN M
Subs:
GK Artos Riszner 25 SRS M
D Tuco Durrig 23 SRS M
D Marna Egerer 24 SRS F
M Vyman Urscheler 27 SRS M
M Hallar Tatyova 21 SRS F
F Ral Katic 25 SRS M


Traal Athletics
Stadium: Flanoil Arena (cap. 50,350)
Manager: Lopal Daror
Captain: Arlo Damot
Last Year: It was certainly a step down from winning the double, but Traal certainly could've done much worse, finishing third to punch their ticket to the Globe Cup. Their Confederacy Cup result was less impressive, eliminated in the second round by Sivolvia Central after collapsing in the second leg. Something has to be said, however, for the way Tral consistently fields an excellent team without spending millions in the transfer market. They made one uncharacteristic move this year, spending 900k on Viltvodle City striker Kambiz Avagyan, in a move no one predicted. Avagyan, who has in years past found himself at the fringes of the national team pool, will provide an instant upgrade at striker (are you taking notes Lublova?). Meanwhile, Traal also added Sandine Nedzukova as a second option up front. They'll help themselves pay for these moves by selling third center back Meros Delevan and giving several young players a chance to fill the position. With these adjustments, Traal are a team primed to win for years to come, with just a single player over the age of 30 (that player being national team captain Arlo Damot). I don't think they're quite a match for Algolia, but Traal will once again be a very tough matchup for all of their opponents.
In: Kambiz Avagyan ST 900k, Adeliz Ozog CB Free, Aleen Kroes RM Free, Sandine Nedzukova ST Free
Out: Meros Delevan CB, Pitran Schuchardt RM, Dinval Periet ST
Prediction: 2nd
Roster:
Pos Player            Age   Nat.  Gen.
GK Istaro Munib 29 SRS M
LB Laris Argall 27 SRS M
CB Adeliz Ozog 21 SRS F
CB Tervi Oleb 28 SRS M
CB Skumantas Nakhutin 26 SRS M
RB Reuter Storsjo 22 SRS M
LM Ensio Doba 25 SRS M
CM Arlo Damot 31 SRS M
CM Doron Aldra 23 SRS M
RM Aleen Kroes 24 SRS F
ST Kambiz Avagyan 27 SRS M
Subs:
GK Dagmund Zarek 24 SRS M
D Margath Helder 25 SRS M
D Graven Rodby 24 SRS M
M Torvald Ebben 21 SRS M
M Vigar Johanek 24 SRS M
F Sandine Nedzukova 26 SRS F


Viltvodle City
Stadium: Viltvodle Civic Arena (cap. 58,300)
Manager: Tassand Haag
Captain: Ville Yrjana
Last Year: City were a capable, but unexciting team, finishing ahead of their cross-town rivals, but doing little else to distinguish themelves on the way to a seventh-place finish. That they were so close to Lublova and Jaglan is more attributable to those teams' shortcomings than City's capabilities, and none of the teams in their group looked capable of challenging the leaders. City have probably not done enough to make changes to their rapidly aging roster. Selling Kambiz Avagyan, whose transfer value was likely as high as it will ever be, was probably a good idea, but the club didn't do anything with the money Traal paid for him. Instead, they look to promote bench player Terenis Gribbler and add Mareth Erseburg on a free transfer, leaving some definite question marks up front. As their defensive corps ages (all four starters 29 or older) they will be hard pressed to replace older players and address these newfound needs in the attack. For these reasons, I expect definite regression from City, and they will likely miss out on finishing in the top half.
In: Frisia Ineichen CB Free, Elinara Hlacavek CM Free, Mareth Erseburg ST Free
Out: Kambiz Avagyan ST, Givi Kathan CM
Prediction: 9th
Roster:
Pos Player            Age   Nat.  Gen.
GK Djor Lohani 31 SRS M
LB Dinval Skuleskard 29 SRS M
CB Ville Yrjana 31 SRS M
CB Ctibor Tkermec 31 SRS M
RB Falk Hammesfahr 36 COS M
LM Ozol Gebara 29 SRS M
CM Aldir Pahlke 25 SRS M
CM Elinara Hlavacek 26 SRS F
RM Erlantz Bruflat 29 SRS M
ST Terenis Gribbler 24 SRS M
ST Emil Mogore 30 SRS M
Subs:
GK Karad Olinar 24 SRS M
D Frisia Ineichen 25 SRS F
D Hannes Weigl 23 SRS M
M Redri Mostert 22 SRS M
M Grenzo Borkowski 27 SRS M
F Mareth Erseberg 24 SRS F


Viltvodle United
Stadium: Chernov Stadium (cap. 57,600)
Manager: Sovrag Scordo
Captain: Stovar Kehtna
Last Year: United struggled to say the least, finishing a full ten points behind their (also mediocre) rivals, City. Working in improving this team is a definite challenge; there was no one area in which they were obviously deficient. Sovrag Scordo seems to think that moderate retooling and youth infusion across the lineup is in order, as he has cut loose two starting defenders, and two attackers. While two of those players were replaced by promotions from the bench, and the other by a free transfer, the fourth new starter represents Scordo's hopes for his team. Talfryn Heltain, formerly of HDC will line up on the right, hoping to open up offensive space for his new teammates. The starting lineup is now almost entirely composed of players in their prime, and Scordo's plan certainly seems to be to turn this team around quickly, rather than embracing a full rebuild. On the whole, United are making steps in the right direction, but the disruption to their back line is going to be a problem, which I think will cancel out their improvement elsewhere, leaving them exactly where they finished last year.
In: Talfryn Heltain RM 1.25M, Meren Predlov GK Free, Nadja Kejr LB Free, Raibel Peikola LM Free, Nin Prantist ST Free
Out: Terek Cwikla LB, Urho Kneib CB, Mikko Oreselle RM, Rudin Tylldal ST
Prediction: 10th
Roster:
Pos Player            Age   Nat.  Gen.
GK Dzemetz Klepacki 29 SRS M
LB Nadja Kejr 24 SRS F
CB Kalmar Drendt 25 SRS M
CB Ramaz Korve 30 SRS M
RB Stovar Kehtna 30 SRS M
LM Jirar Koeru 28 SRS M
CM Rocco Luk 22 EFL M
CM Khajag Oonar 27 SRS M
RM Talfryn Heltain 27 SRS M
ST Viordar Dzegtariev 26 SRS M
ST Pfandr Oresund 24 SRS M
Subs:
GK Meren Predlov 24 SRS F
D Sweyn Haferl 21 SRS M
D Buring Geremek 20 SRS M
M Harian Deptula 25 SRS M
M Raibel Peikola 23 SRS F
F Nin Prantist 22 SRS F


FC Yassaca
Stadium: Pheldagrif Stadium (cap 45,620)
Manager: Irfun Melkum
Captain: Kioz Ryndin
Last Year: Based on their 11th place performance last year, Yassaca are either the best of the worst six teams to be promoted, or the worst of the middle seven. Their performance last year was based mainly on a stout defense, allowing only 55 goals, while the attack was a liability, scoring just three more than that. As everyone knew, the traveling Llamalander Jayson Herrera will be moving on, heading for Calcio Potanzaro. Gone also is striker Sriram Eglitis. Both of those players find themselves replaced by promising free transfers: attacking mid Zosimo Halas and striker Jeska Verhulst. Ousted Olympia Arkinoofle captain Holger Okoli will join to anchor the defensive end of midfield, providing a definite upgrade over Housam Voyels, who should still see a decent number of appearances from the bench. Finally, pacey young wing back Varna Ahlzweig looks set to take over in the spot left vacant by departing Gardiye Musil. Yassaca look to be improving, but it remains to be seen whether their free transfers in the attack can make immediate contributions If not, the Sivolvians may be destined for mediocrity again, though their defensive prowess will keep them well clear of the relegation zone.
In: Zosimo Halas AM Free, Holger Okoli CM 1M, Therouane Blahova GK Free, Varna Ahlzweig LB Free Jeska Verhulst ST Free
Out: Jayson Herrera (SLL) AM, Sriram Eglitis ST, Gardiye Musil LB
Prediction: 11th
Roster:
Pos Player           Age   Nat.  Gen.
GK Argis Ekewakan 28 SRS M
LB Varna Ahlzweig 22 SRS F
CB Yafos Bootsma 27 SRS M
CB Temuris Kulmala 30 SRS M
RB Rostom Escarano 29 SRS M
CDM Holger Okoli 30 SRS M
LCM Zadok Renta 31 SRS M
RCM Kioz Ryndin 30 SRS M
CAM Zosimo Halas 25 SRS M
ST Jeska Verhulst 23 SRS F
ST Prasert Zupan 29 SRS M
Subs:
GK Therouane Blahova 23 SRS F
D Orban Saliani 24 SRS M
D Garini Lagopol 21 SRS M
M Edlin Bernau 22 SRS M
M Housam Voyels 31 SRS M
F Kurbis Garipzanov 25 SRS M
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SCFA Season 3: Part 1

Postby Squornshelan Remnant States » Sun May 26, 2019 12:45 pm

SCFA Season 3 Part 1

Series B Champions' Cup:
Sporting Jaglan 0–0 Kingfisher Invictus (MRC)

As last year's third place team, Sporting entered the Series B Champions' Cup in the first preliminary round, where they debuted several new acquisitions. Of particular note in their tightly fought first leg draw were former Brantisvogan keeper Erkki Salovaara, former Viltvodle City left back Terek Cwikla, and former Interblag center back Temuris Zvelgaitis, who were all instrumental in holding the away side off the score sheet. Sporting will be hoping to build on this result and progress a little deeper in the tournament as a springboard to a promotion push, having spent 1.65 million on transfers, more than any other League 1 club. If this effort fails, there could be dire financial consequences.


Algolia AC 5–4 Megabrantid SC

For the first time, the SCFA season began with the Super Cup. Not contested last year due to Traal's domestic double, the competition was inaugurated at Raftel Park in Chalesm. There was no lack of excitement before, during or after the match, as musical acts staged pre- and post-match concerts, and the players combined for a total of nine goals, to the delight of any neutrals in attendance. On paper the two teams are fairly similar, without any one standout superstar, and each having a defender and midfielder who have seen national team service for the Confederacy. Pregame media brought particular attention to the fact that Danin Stolp of Algolia and Iuri Takala of MSC seem at present to be the favorites to eventually assume the mantle of starting center midfielder for the Black-and-Reds once Arlo Damot decides to hang up his boots. In the end, it was Stolp and co. who prevailed on the strength of a brace from Viordar Rebljeten, including the match winner, a screamer from the top of the box which broke the tie in the 74th minute. Stolp, Westerlow, and Gilleran also scored for the Suntigers, while Darbo, Teklu, Redalen, and Zduncyk got on the scoresheet for MSC, with Takala notching two assists.


Series B Champions' Cup:
Kingfisher Invictus (MRC) 3–0 Sporting Jaglan

Having failed to find the back of the net for a second straight match, Sporting bow out of the tournament, and will bitterly rue the lost opportunity (and the lost revenue). While the level of competition they will face in the league will be considerably lower, this could be a sign that Sporting's attack is not ready for the task ahead, and that their move to add former Royals striker Esben Roedberg was misguided. He was, after all, available for free precisely because he has struggled to score these past two years. Time will tell, but there will certainly be some apprehension in the Sporting boardroom in the coming weeks.


FC Halfarian 1–0 Orenfeld AC
Sjerezo Independent 1–1 Mukjus Power
Rennerby Town 0–0 FC Scovelan
Cramshananteen AC 1–0 Verduga FC

By the cruel hand of a random number generator these eight teams, who along with eight others join the SCFA this year to form the new League 3, were drawn into the qualifying round of the Confederacy Cup. With only four goals between the four matches, there was not much entertainment for any neutrals who tuned in. An all-Molvanian clash between Sjerezo Independent and Mukjus Power was likely the most entertaining match on offer, as the only one in which both sides managed to score.


Jaglan Royals 0–0 Emerald Coast
Viltvodle City 1–1 Damogran FC
Olympia Arkintoofle 0–0 FC Hunian
Chalesm FC 0–0 Megabrantid SC
Algolia AC 1–0 FC Yassaca
Brantisvogan FC 0–1 Viltvodle United
Lublova Reds 0–3 Traal Athletics
AC Damogran 3–2 Han Dold City

And they're off! On paper, the opening day highlights for the first season of the Superleague were the big derby match between Chalesm and MSC and the contest between Traal and Lublova, only a year removed from being far and away the best two teams in the league, as well as a lower profile rivalry matchup between Royals and Emerald Coast. In reality, it was the least heralded match that was probably the most entertaining, as the two regional rivalries ended in scoreless draws, and Traal embarrassed Lublova three goals to nil in the Reds' own stadium, with Avagyan scoring in his Traal debut. AC Damogran and Han Dold City played one of only two matches in which both teams recorded a goal.


Champions Cup:
Algolia AC 5–1 Ixion (CSA)
Globe Cup:
Brantisvogan FC 2–0 Fortunas (FID)
(VIL) Jungle Strike FC 1–1 Damogran FC
(NFX) Failanx NFX 2–1 Traal Athletics
Series B Champions' Cup:
(EUR) Harkdown 1–0 Traktor Gryrorik

With 5 Confederate teams in action in UICA, there was plenty for fans to watch, highlighted by the champions looking like, well, champions. Côte d’Saphir's Ixion proved no match for the Suntigers on their own ground, and the hosts possession numbers were excellent. Both Westerlow and Rebljeten contributed a pair of goals as Algolia took care of business, putting themselves in a very strong position for the return leg. In the Globe Cup, Brantivsogan were also at home for their first leg, and were able to capably lock down their Filindostani opponents, with Ortzi Perparim earning man of the match honors both for his excellent defending, and contributing a goal from a corner kick. Damogran and Traal both went on the road to start their Globe Cup efforts, with Damogran managing a very respectable draw with an away goal against the formidable Jungle Strike FC, while Traal were defeated in 95X but did manage an away goal themselves.


Emerald Coast 5–2 Han Dold City
Traal Athletics 2–3 AC Damogran
Viltvodle United 4–2 Lublova Reds
FC Yassaca 1–3 Brantisvogan FC
Megabrantid SC 1–1 Algolia AC
FC Hunian 0–1 Chalesm FC
Damogran FC 0–1 Olympia Arkintoofle
Jaglan Royals 1–1 Viltvodle City

MSC and Algolia renew their acquaintance once again, with nothing to separate the teams in a close draw at Megabrantid Financial Field. Other interesting results included AC Damogran building on their opening winning away at Traal, and scoring three goals in the process, a performance any team would be proud of. In Jaglan, Royals' day was spoiled, first by a potentially serious injury to Jaeduke Arwin, who landed awkwardly on his left leg after an attacking header, and had to be carried off the field on a stretcher. Later, they saw their slim lead erased by a curling, 84th-minute shot by Gebara. Arwin missing significant time would be a serious blow to Jaglan's hopes of UICA qualification, as he is a key fulcrum in their attack. Chalesm kept their second clean sheet of the season, and while there remains a lot of football to be played, this could be an early sign that the changes they made since last year have begun to improve their defense. Meanwhile Lublova look to be at the opposite end of the spectrum. After such a strong defensive performance last year, they have now allowed 7 goals in two losses, and need to pull themselves into shape quickly if they hope to compete for UICA qualification.


Orenfeld AC 2–1 FC Halfarian
Aggregate tied 2-2, FC Halfarian advance 1-0 on away goals
Mukjus Power 2–0 Sjerezo Independent
Mukjus Power win 3-1 on aggregate
FC Scovelan 1–2 Rennerby Town
Rennerby Town win 2-1 on aggregate
Verduga FC 2–1 Cramshananteen AC
Aggregate tied 2-2 Cramshananteen AC advance 1-0 on away goals

Close fought second legs for the most part, with only Mukjus able to open up more than a one goal aggregate lead. The match in Verduga was briefly delayed when a naked spectator entered the field and attempted to take the game ball from the officials before being corralled by stadium security and removed.


Viltvodle City 0–1 Emerald Coast
Olympia Arkintoofle 1–1 Jaglan Royals
Chalesm FC 1–2 Damogran FC
Algolia AC 2–1 FC Hunian
Brantisvogan FC 1–0 Megabrantid SC
Lublova Reds 1–1 FC Yassaca
AC Damogran 3–2 Viltvodle United
Han Dold City 2–0 Traal Athletics

V United are the latest victim of AC Damogran, in a third straight 3-2 victory. Lorsch is leading the way with four goals in these three wins, as AC continue to stash away valuable points in their effort to stay up this year. Elsewhere, it was another big time matchup for MSC, as they visited their cross-town rivals, but were unable to break through their defense. The schedule makers could perhaps have been a bit kinder to MSC, who in their first four matches so far this year have had to face Algolia twice, along with both of their main rivals, amounting to three matches against teams in UICA. Unsurprisingly, this slate of matches has been tough going for them, and they currently sit with just two points. They aren't the only team with UICA aspirations currently in difficulty, however, as Traal sit only just above them with three points, after being victimized in consecutive matches by teams expected to finish in or near the relegation zone. Perhaps still groggy from losing at home last week, they did not look their usual selves at all on the road, allowing HDC to cruise to victory.


Champions' Cup:
Ixion (CSA) 1–1 Algolia AC
Globe Cup:
Fortunas (FID) 2-1 Brantisvogan FC
Damogran FC 1-2 Jungle Strike FC (VIL)
Traal Athletics 4-4 Failanx NFX (NFX)
Series B Champions' Cup:
Traktor Gryrorik 1-4 Harkdown (EUR)

In all of the matchupsPlaying a fairly defensive strategy, Algolia did enough to slow down the game and frustrate Ixion's attack to hold them to a single goal, and the away goal was just icing on the cake as they sail through to the next round with a 6-2 aggregate victory. Brantisvogan were very nearly headed to extra time in FIlindostan, but managed a late goal to give themselves the aggregate victory, while Damogran were unable to muster the victory they needed to advance. In Gryrorik, Traktor were thoroughly dismantled by a Harkdown side that seemed superior in every way.


Emerald Coast 0–1 Traal Athletics
Viltvodle United 3–3 Han Dold City
FC Yassaca 0–0 AC Damogran
Megabrantid SC 5–3 Lublova Reds
FC Hunian 1–1 Brantisvogan FC
Damogran FC 3–4 Algolia AC
Jaglan Royals 2–0 Chalesm FC
Viltvodle City 2–3 Olympia Arkintoofle

Traal and MSC both took steps to get their seasons back on track this week, with the former putting Emerald Coast on lockdown in Vassilian, and the latter exploding for five goals against Lublova's suddenly porous defense. Olympia also continued their quiet but solid play early in the season. As they climb up to eight points with their second win, one has to wonder if Rakvere has managed to dispel the malaise that afflicted the team last year. Tabloid stories about the misbehavior of the team's young stars sontinue to circulate, but if they've found a way to balance debauchery with a high level of play then more power to them. Most eyes this week, however, were on another match to the south, as Algolia traveled across town to meet their archrivals, Damogran. The teams fortunes have been radically different so far this season, with Algolia soaring while Damogran struggle, and both had the opportunity to make a huge statement to the league with a win here. The capacity crowd at Bridger Lane were treated to a thrilling match, including a hat trick from Gryspos. In the end, however, it was the Suntigers who prevailed, with a rare goal from Schultheiss deciding the match.


Szlachta Lutenblag 0–1 Sivolvia Central
Revolution Chalesm 1–0 AC Damogran
UFC Flamarion 2–0 FC Hunian
Granant Rovers 0–2 Canyons AC
Gachikovo FC 2–3 Rudlit Rovers
Cramshananteen AC 2–2 Emerald Coast
Rudlit Miners 0–1 FC Yassaca
Dynamo Lublova 4–3 Wavel AC
Always Ready Brasta 0–0 FC Sjerezo
Mukjus Power 1–0 Viltvodle City
Hrund AC 1–4 Interblag FC
Porters AC 1–5 Viltvodle United
Molvania Lutenblag 0–1 Megabrantid SC
Flania Traal 0–0 Wavel Rangers
Vassilian City 0–1 Brasta FC
Olympia Sasava 1–0 Han Dold City
Railways AC 0–2 Svetranj United
Flamarion City 4–1 Arkintoofle United
Arsenal Jzerbo 2–1 Flania Zarss
FC Halfarian 0–1 Syneca AC
Dynamo Bardjov 2–2 Lublova Reds
Hensha Rockets 0–1 Jaglan Royals
Lokomotiv Dzrebo 1–1 Olympia Arkintoofle
Lizelia FC 0–1 Traktor Gryrorik
FC Syneca 3–3 Chalesm FC
GIM Bears 1–4 Sporting Jaglan
Avangard Slagvec 0–1 FC Hensha
Rennerby Town 4–0 Golgafrincham City

There was a decent scattering of upsets or close results in the first leg, most notably Mukjus defeating Viltvodle City, whose league scoring woes now continue in the cup. The most bizarre match was in Dzrebo, who hosted their much larger rivals, Lublova. The two cities are separated by less than 100 miles, and while Lokomotiv have a more spirited rivalry with Dynamo, the smaller of Lublova's two SCFA clubs, the home fans were in good form for the match. As one would expect, Lublova took control almost immediately, keeping possession in midfield and probing forward. Their efforts were rewarded less than ten minutes in with a goal for Vepcojat. Lokomotiv were able to equalize just before the half, and took the lead early in the second, with both goal coming from hulking striker Tzekmar Topolnjic. Lokomotiv managed to hold their lead all the way until stoppage time, when a desperate run forward from Vladcik ended with a rebound off the post that was tapped home by Skripin. The home supporters, feeling the Reds striker was offside, jeered a whistled, and eventually began throwing bottles, trash, and anything else close at hand onto the field. When the officials were unable to stop the rain of debris, they ended the match, despite the fact that only two of the announced four extra minutes had been played. Dzrebo have protested the decision, demanding a replay of the match, but are also reportedly facing censure by the SCFA for the conduct of their fans.

Olympia Arkintoofle 3–2 Emerald Coast
Chalesm FC 1–0 Viltvodle City
Algolia AC 0–1 Jaglan Royals
Brantisvogan FC 3–1 Damogran FC
Lublova Reds 2–0 FC Hunian
AC Damogran 0–1 Megabrantid SC
Han Dold City 1–3 FC Yassaca
Traal Athletics 1–0 Viltvodle United

My, but the derby schedule certainly is front loaded this year. Fresh off their victory over Damogran, Algolia arrived back home to find Royals waiting for them. This time there were no late heroics, and the team from Jaglan were able to impose their will on their hosts tactically, walking away with a close victory and three crucial points. This slip up by Algolia allowed Brantisvogan to pull even with ten points, and left the door open for AC Damogran to take sole possession of first place had they been able to defeat MSC. Instead, Olympia passed them by, gaining their eleventh point with a win over Emerald Coast.


Champions' Cup:
Algolia AC 2–0 La Nueva Avenida (FFD)
Globe Cup:
Brantisvogan FC 1–1 KT Moreazerua (AUD)

Once again, Algolia put themselves in a commanding position with strong home leg performance, refusing to allow the Farves an away goal, and notching two of their own. A single away goal in the second leg would force La Nueva Avenida to push for four, and while it certainly isn't an impossibility, the Suntigers have to like their chances of advancing to the playoff. Meanwhile, Brantisvogan had a bit more trouble, as they were unable to keep Moreazerua off the score sheet, and will realistically need to score at least two goals in Audioslavia to keep their playoff hopes alive.


Emerald Coast 1–1 Viltvodle United
FC Yassaca 0–0 Traal Athletics
Megabrantid SC 0–0 Han Dold City
FC Hunian 2–2 AC Damogran
Damogran FC 1–1 Lublova Reds
Jaglan Royals 0–1 Brantisvogan FC
Viltvodle City 0–1 Algolia AC
Olympia Arkintoofle 3–0 Chalesm FC

This week in the Superleague is brought to you by the word draw. The first five fixtures on the schedule this week ended with the score level, allowing Brantisvogan, Algolia, and Olympia to open up a bit of a gap between themselves and the chasing pack. Olympia looked particularly effective, manhandling Chalesm, with Nebojsic and Powell each scoring. Traal and Damogran, meanwhile, are still not performing up to expectations. Damogran were unable to put more than one goal past a Lublova defense that has difficulty stopping much of anything to this point, and Traal were unable to break a scoreless tie against Yassaca, who continue to be an upset-minded team, particularly at home.


Sivolvia Central 1–1 Szlachta Lutenblag
Sivolvia Central win 2-1 on aggregate
AC Damogran 3–3 Revolution Chalesm
Revolution Chalesm win 4-3 on aggregate
FC Hunian 4–0 UFC Flamarion
FC Hunian win 4-2 on aggregate
Canyons AC 6–3 Granant Rovers
Canyons AC win 8-3 on aggregate
Rudlit Rovers 3–4 Gachikovo FC
Aggregate tied 6-6, Gachikovo FC win 4-3 on away goals
Emerald Coast 5–2 Cramshananteen AC
Emerald Coast win 7-4 on aggregate
FC Yassaca 3–0 Rudlit Miners
FC Yassaca win 4-0 on aggregate
Wavel AC 3–2 Dynamo Lublova
Aggregate tied 6-6, Wavel AC win 3-2 on away goals
FC Sjerezo 1–2 Always Ready Brasta
Always Ready Brasta win 2-1 on aggregate
Viltvodle City 3–0 Mukjus Power AET (1-0 AFT)
Viltvodle City win 3-1 on aggregate
Interblag FC 3–0 Hrund AC
Interblag FC win 7-1 on aggregate
Viltvodle United 3–1 Porters AC
Viltvodle United win 8-2 on aggregate
Megabrantid SC 1–1 Molvania Lutenblag AET (0-1 AFT)
Megabrantid SC win 2-1 on aggregate
Wavel Rangers 1–0 Flania Traal
Wavel Rangers win 1-0 on aggregate
Brasta FC 2–2 Vassilian City
Brasta FC win 3-2 on aggregate
Han Dold City 2–1 Olympia Sasava
Aggregate tied 2-2, Olympia Sasava win 1-0 on away goals
Svetranj United 1–1 Railways AC
Svetranj United win 3-1 on aggregate
Arkintoofle United 3–1 Flamarion City
Flamarion City win 5-4 on aggregate
Flania Zarss 2–4 Arsenal Jzerbo
Arsenal Jzerbo win 6-3 on aggregate
Syneca AC 1–0 FC Halfarian
Syneca AC win 2-0 on aggregate
Lublova Reds 4–1 Dynamo Bardjov
Lublova Reds win 6-3 on aggregate
Jaglan Royals 2–2 Hensha Rockets
Jaglan Royals win 3-2 on aggregate
Olympia Arkintoofle 1–0 Lokomotiv Dzrebo
Olympia Arkintoofle win 2-1 on aggregate
Traktor Gryrorik 2–1 Lizelia FC
Traktor Gryrorik win 3-1 on aggregate
Chalesm FC 2–1 FC Syneca
Chalesm FC win 5-4 on aggregate
Sporting Jaglan 5–2 GIM Bears
Sporting Jaglan win 9-3 on aggregate
FC Hensha 3–2 Avangard Slagvec
FC Hensha win 4-2 on aggregate
Golgafrincham City 0–1 Rennerby Town
Rennerby Town win 5-0 on aggregate

There were more than a few upsets and close calls as the first round of the cup drew to a close. Three League 3 teams advanced by defeating competition from League 1, as Rennerby Town defeated Golgafrincham in Golgafrincham, Always Ready Brasta beat FC Sjerezo, and Gachikovo also punched above their weight class, taking out Rudlit Rovers. Mukjus Power very nearly posted the most impressive result, holding V City to a single goal to force extra time, but were unable to hold on, eventually conceding two more. MSC very nearly ended their title defense at the first hurdle, as League 2's worst team for two years running, Molvania Lutenblag took them to extra time with the aggregate level at one, where the home side was rescued by an early goal from Durano that allowed them to sit back and defend, rather than chasing a goal.


Chalesm FC 2–0 Emerald Coast
Algolia AC 3–3 Olympia Arkintoofle
Brantisvogan FC 1–0 Viltvodle City
Lublova Reds 1–0 Jaglan Royals
AC Damogran 1–2 Damogran FC
Han Dold City 1–3 FC Hunian
Traal Athletics 0–1 Megabrantid SC
Viltvodle United 0–2 FC Yassaca

We have another new league leader this week, as Algolia and Olympia fought to a draw in Damogran, allowing Brantisvogan to overtake them. Lublova, meanwhile, may be on the path to turning their abysmal start around, as they managed a respectable win against Royals to earn points from a third straight match. The early season rivalry slate continued this week with the first meeting of the Damogran Derby. Damogran managed to knock off Athletic at Overburg, earning a desperately needed three points. After a torrid start, Athletic have cooled off considerably, though they still sit comfortably around the middle of the table.


Champions' Cup:
(FFD) La Nueva Avenida 2-2 Algolia AC
Globe Cup:
(AUD) KT Moreazerua 2-1 Brantisvogan FC

Needing only one away goal in Farfadillis to put themselves into the playoff without a reasonable doubt, Algolia racked up a pair of goals to secure a 4-2 aggregate victory. Brantisvogan were less successful. They were able to score one away goal to equal the total conceded in the first leg, but could not stop Moreazerua from scoring two of their own to clinch advancement.


Emerald Coast 4–3 FC Yassaca
Megabrantid SC 0–0 Viltvodle United
FC Hunian 1–2 Traal Athletics
Damogran FC 3–3 Han Dold City
Jaglan Royals 0–0 AC Damogran
Viltvodle City 0–1 Lublova Reds
Olympia Arkintoofle 0–1 Brantisvogan FC
Chalesm FC 2–1 Algolia AC

Even if Chalesm can't manage a top half finish this year, which certainly seems likely, this will be a week that their fans can look back at and smile. The champions, who have been making things look easy in UICA were sent away with no points, and Chalesm looked like a competent, defensively responsible football team, something that could not often be said in recent years. Eichhorn and Skoroplyas marshaled the back line as if they had been a defensive partnership for 7 years, instead of 7 matches, and Mustahil was excellent, with the only Algolia goal scored on a deflection that left him no chance at all. At the other end, the attacking effort was methodical and thorough, so unlike the lobbed balls targeting Ajao that have been S.O.P. of late. Are Chalesm still a mediocre team at best this year? Indisputably yes, but with goals scored by the youngsters Yakam and Nadzab, this week stands as a definite sign of hope for the future.


FC Yassaca 1–0 Wavel AC
Megabrantid SC 2–0 Gachikovo FC
Viltvodle City 1–0 Revolution Chalesm
Jaglan Royals 3–3 FC Hunian
Sporting Jaglan 1–2 Algolia AC
Lublova Reds 3–4 Sivolvia Central
FC Hensha 2–0 Arsenal Jzerbo
Traal Athletics 4–1 Canyons AC
Brasta FC 7–2 Always Ready Brasta
Wavel Rangers 1–0 Interblag FC
Damogran FC 1–1 Traktor Gryrorik
Olympia Arkintoofle 1–0 Olympia Sasava
Flamarion City 0–1 Brantisvogan FC
Svetranj United 2–3 Viltvodle United
Chalesm FC 2–2 Syneca AC
Emerald Coast 0–0 Rennerby Town

The highlight of the round from a perspective of media talking points was definitely the all Brasta matchup. The match itself was something only the home fans could enjoy, however, as one of League 1's best teams pummeled their cross-town rivals who have only just joined the SCFA. Kortajarena, Karu, and Yarritu recorded a pair of goals each, and Pianka added one of his own for the home team, who have all but advanced to the eighth-final. The other two remaining League 3 teams fared a bit better, though Gachikovo have a lot of work to do to make up a 2-0 deficit against MSC. Rennerby Town, on the other hand, have a chance to upset Emerald Coast, though they'll definitely need to win the second leg, having failed to score an away goal.

Algolia AC 4–3 Emerald Coast
Brantisvogan FC 1–0 Chalesm FC
Lublova Reds 1–1 Olympia Arkintoofle
AC Damogran 2–0 Viltvodle City
Han Dold City 1–2 Jaglan Royals
Traal Athletics 4–3 Damogran FC
Viltvodle United 0–3 FC Hunian
FC Yassaca 2–0 Megabrantid SC

This week serves as a prime opportunity to highlight the unanticipated difficulty that not one but both teams from Vitlvodle have had through this first third of the season. This week, both faced off against nominally inferior opposition, with City visiting Damogran to face Athletic, and United playing host to a Hunian team who have had plenty of problems of their own. Despite looking like better teams on paper, both failed to score a goal and lost in pathetic fashion. While neither team has looked particularly good at anything, their struggles seem to fall in two different areas. For United, the problem is clearly in defense, as only Damogran and HDC have allowed more goals. Kejr and Drendt, who replaced the veterans Cwikla and Kneib have not delivered the kind of performance management had hoped for, and Korve seems to be fading, leaving team captain Kehtna to shoulder too much of the defensive workload. Haferl and Geremek are still fairly raw talents, and giving them more playing time seems likely to make things worse before making them any better. It's going to be a long year. For City, the goals have simply not been coming, and they are clearly feeling the absence of Avagyan keenly. Their possession numbers are not bad, and Gebara has been solid, but they lack someone to provide the kind of finish needed to turn draws into wins, losses into draws. Erseberg should be given a chance to show she can help out as soon as possible. If Haag can find the right combination of attacking players, this season can still be salvaged.


Champions' Cup:
(APX) Dwile Warriors 2–0 Algolia AC
Series B Champions' Cup:
Golgafrincham City 1–1 Valencia FC (VLD)

For the first time in any leg of their Champion's Cup run so far, Algolia were defeated outright, falling in Apox to Dwile Warriors, who last year eliminated Lublova from the Globe Cup. Down two goals, Algolia will need a truly impressive showing in the home leg if they are to avoid falling to the Globe Cup. Meanwhile, Golgafrincham, the last Confederate team to begin UICA play as champions of League 2, managed a draw at home, but conceded a goal, and will have plenty of work to do in the second leg.


Wavel AC 2–3 FC Yassaca
FC Yassaca win 4-2 on aggregate
Gachikovo FC 0–0 Megabrantid SC
Megabrantid SC win 2-0 on aggregate
Revolution Chalesm 0–2 Viltvodle City
Viltvodle City win 3-0 on aggregate
FC Hunian 0–1 Jaglan Royals
Jaglan Royals win 4-3 on aggregate
Algolia AC 2–0 Sporting Jaglan
Algolia AC win 4-1 on aggregate
Sivolvia Central 1–1 Lublova Reds
Sivolvia Central win 5-4 on aggregate
Arsenal Jzerbo 1–4 FC Hensha
FC Hensha win 6-1 on aggregate
Canyons AC 0–1 Traal Athletics
Traal Athletics win 5-1 on aggregate
Always Ready Brasta 0–2 Brasta FC
Brasta FC win 9-2 on aggregate
Interblag FC 3–2 Wavel Rangers
Aggregate tied 3-3, Wavel Rangers win 2-0 on away goals
Traktor Gryrorik 0–3 Damogran FC
Damogran FC win 4-1 on aggregate
Olympia Sasava 0–0 Olympia Arkintoofle
Olympia Arkintoofle win 1-0 on aggregate
Brantisvogan FC 2–2 Flamarion City AET (0-1 AFT)
Brantisvogan FC win 3-2 on aggregate
Viltvodle United 3–2 Svetranj United
Viltvodle United win 6-4 on aggregate
Syneca AC 1–2 Chalesm FC
Chalesm FC win 4-3 on aggregate
Rennerby Town 1–5 Emerald Coast
Emerald Coast win 5-1 on aggregate

The second half of the second round went almost entirely as one would expect, with the lone upset result being Lublova's ouster at the hands of Sivolvia Central, two teams much closer in stature than those in some of the unexpected results last round. Superleague leaders Brantisvogan were almost a second victim, as they contest a wild extra time with Flamarion City. Ruoho scored early in extra time to put his team in position to advance, but just before halftime of extra time, Flamarion City struck back. Brantisvogan now needed a second extra time goal to avoid being eliminated on away goals, and just barely got it, as Mikhulat flicked Quazin's 119th minute free kick on and into the back of the net.

Champions' Cup:
Algolia AC 2-2 Dwile Warriors (APX)
Series B Champions' Cup:
(VLD) Valencia FC 4-1 Golgafrincham City

Algolia's run in the Champions' League came to an end, and yet another Confederate team were unceremoniously ousted from the Series B Champions' Cup. The Suntigers, however, will have a chance to continue their UICA run in the Globe Cup group stage.

Emerald Coast 3–4 Megabrantid SC
FC Hunian 0–1 FC Yassaca
Damogran FC 6–3 Viltvodle United
Jaglan Royals 0–1 Traal Athletics
Viltvodle City 5–3 Han Dold City
Olympia Arkintoofle 0–0 AC Damogran
Chalesm FC 2–3 Lublova Reds
Algolia AC 3–2 Brantisvogan FC

City put up five goals to more than double their total for the season and tally their first win, the last team to do so. It must be admitted, however, that doing so against HDC is not the most impressive feat, and they still have a lot to do if they are to convince me they can climb out of the relegation zone. Erseberg, who was finally put into the starting lineup, featured prominently in the win, tallying two goals and assisting on another. While I seriously doubt she'll be able to provide the kind of sustained production City need, it's a positive sign for a team in desperate need of their next star striker. Somehow, despite City's outburst, theirs was not the highest scoring match of the day. That dubious honor went to the two worst defensive teams in the league. United's woes on the back line continued, as they were victimized for six goals by Damogran, while scoring three of their own. This result means that with one third of the season past, Damogran have now scored more goals than any other team, with 22. They have also conceded 22 goals, which is worse than any team other than the truly abysmal 27 allowed so far by HDC. At the other end of the goalscoring spectrum, two of the more capable defensive teams also met, with Traal able to defeat Royals in Jaglan on the strength of a beautifully curling free kick from Damot.

League 1:
MD 1:
FC Sjerezo 2–3 Golgafrincham City
Wavel Rangers 3–1 Canyons AC
Traktor Gryrorik 0–1 Rudlit Rovers
Sporting Jaglan 1–0 Flania Zarss
Syneca AC 2–1 Brasta FC
Wavel AC 3–1 Arkintoofle United
Svetranj United 2–1 Interblag FC
Sivolvia Central 2–3 FC Hensha

MD 2:
Golgafrincham City 2–3 FC Hensha
Interblag FC 0–1 Sivolvia Central
Arkintoofle United 0–0 Svetranj United
Brasta FC 4–2 Wavel AC
Flania Zarss 2–3 Syneca AC
Rudlit Rovers 0–1 Sporting Jaglan
Canyons AC 1–2 Traktor Gryrorik
FC Sjerezo 2–1 Wavel Rangers

MD 3:
Wavel Rangers 0–1 Golgafrincham City
Traktor Gryrorik 2–0 FC Sjerezo
Sporting Jaglan 3–3 Canyons AC
Syneca AC 1–0 Rudlit Rovers
Wavel AC 1–2 Flania Zarss
Svetranj United 1–0 Brasta FC
Sivolvia Central 1–0 Arkintoofle United
FC Hensha 0–0 Interblag FC

MD 4:
Golgafrincham City 2–2 Interblag FC
Arkintoofle United 1–2 FC Hensha
Brasta FC 2–3 Sivolvia Central
Flania Zarss 2–1 Svetranj United
Rudlit Rovers 0–1 Wavel AC
Canyons AC 0–3 Syneca AC
FC Sjerezo 1–0 Sporting Jaglan
Wavel Rangers 0–1 Traktor Gryrorik

MD 5:
Traktor Gryrorik 0–1 Golgafrincham City
Sporting Jaglan 1–2 Wavel Rangers
Syneca AC 5–1 FC Sjerezo
Wavel AC 2–6 Canyons AC
Svetranj United 1–0 Rudlit Rovers
Sivolvia Central 2–3 Flania Zarss
FC Hensha 2–2 Brasta FC
Interblag FC 0–2 Arkintoofle United

MD 6:
Golgafrincham City 1–2 Arkintoofle United
Brasta FC 2–2 Interblag FC
Flania Zarss 0–1 FC Hensha
Rudlit Rovers 2–2 Sivolvia Central
Canyons AC 5–3 Svetranj United
FC Sjerezo 3–3 Wavel AC
Wavel Rangers 1–2 Syneca AC
Traktor Gryrorik 1–3 Sporting Jaglan

MD 7:
Sporting Jaglan 4–1 Golgafrincham City
Syneca AC 1–1 Traktor Gryrorik
Wavel AC 3–3 Wavel Rangers
Svetranj United 0–2 FC Sjerezo
Sivolvia Central 2–5 Canyons AC
FC Hensha 1–0 Rudlit Rovers
Interblag FC 4–0 Flania Zarss
Arkintoofle United 3–2 Brasta FC

MD 8:
Golgafrincham City 0–2 Brasta FC
Flania Zarss 0–1 Arkintoofle United
Rudlit Rovers 0–1 Interblag FC
Canyons AC 2–0 FC Hensha
FC Sjerezo 2–0 Sivolvia Central
Wavel Rangers 1–0 Svetranj United
Traktor Gryrorik 0–0 Wavel AC
Sporting Jaglan 4–3 Syneca AC

MD 9:
Syneca AC 1–3 Golgafrincham City
Wavel AC 0–2 Sporting Jaglan
Svetranj United 4–3 Traktor Gryrorik
Sivolvia Central 2–1 Wavel Rangers
FC Hensha 4–4 FC Sjerezo
Interblag FC 2–1 Canyons AC
Arkintoofle United 0–2 Rudlit Rovers
Brasta FC 1–0 Flania Zarss

MD 10:
Golgafrincham City 0–1 Flania Zarss
Rudlit Rovers 0–1 Brasta FC
Canyons AC 1–3 Arkintoofle United
FC Sjerezo 0–1 Interblag FC
Wavel Rangers 1–2 FC Hensha
Traktor Gryrorik 4–5 Sivolvia Central
Sporting Jaglan 5–2 Svetranj United
Syneca AC 1–2 Wavel AC

League 2:
MD 1:
Rudlit Miners 1–0 Flania Traal
Dynamo Bardjov 2–3 Dynamo Lublova
Flamarion City 4–6 FC Syneca
Vassilian City 4–1 Olympia Sasava
Hrund AC 0–2 Hensha Rockets
Porters AC 2–3 UFC Flamarion
Revolution Chalesm 0–0 Railways AC
Lokomotiv Dzrebo 1–1 Molvania Lutenblag

MD 2:
Flania Traal 3–2 Molvania Lutenblag
Railways AC 1–0 Lokomotiv Dzrebo
UFC Flamarion 0–1 Revolution Chalesm
Hensha Rockets 1–1 Porters AC
Olympia Sasava 2–2 Hrund AC
FC Syneca 2–1 Vassilian City
Dynamo Lublova 2–1 Flamarion City
Rudlit Miners 1–0 Dynamo Bardjov

MD 3:
Dynamo Bardjov 1–3 Flania Traal
Flamarion City 0–0 Rudlit Miners
Vassilian City 0–2 Dynamo Lublova
Hrund AC 2–2 FC Syneca
Porters AC 0–0 Olympia Sasava
Revolution Chalesm 2–4 Hensha Rockets
Lokomotiv Dzrebo 3–3 UFC Flamarion
Molvania Lutenblag 1–0 Railways AC

MD 4:
Flania Traal 2–1 Railways AC
UFC Flamarion 0–0 Molvania Lutenblag
Hensha Rockets 1–3 Lokomotiv Dzrebo
Olympia Sasava 1–1 Revolution Chalesm
FC Syneca 1–1 Porters AC
Dynamo Lublova 4–2 Hrund AC
Rudlit Miners 0–0 Vassilian City
Dynamo Bardjov 1–0 Flamarion City

MD 5:
Flamarion City 2–2 Flania Traal
Vassilian City 0–1 Dynamo Bardjov
Hrund AC 3–4 Rudlit Miners
Porters AC 2–1 Dynamo Lublova
Revolution Chalesm 0–0 FC Syneca
Lokomotiv Dzrebo 2–1 Olympia Sasava
Molvania Lutenblag 0–0 Hensha Rockets
Railways AC 5–2 UFC Flamarion

MD 6:
Flania Traal 2–0 UFC Flamarion
Hensha Rockets 3–2 Railways AC
Olympia Sasava 1–0 Molvania Lutenblag
FC Syneca 2–3 Lokomotiv Dzrebo
Dynamo Lublova 2–2 Revolution Chalesm
Rudlit Miners 1–0 Porters AC
Dynamo Bardjov 2–2 Hrund AC
Flamarion City 1–0 Vassilian City

MD 7:
Vassilian City 0–0 Flania Traal
Hrund AC 1–2 Flamarion City
Porters AC 0–0 Dynamo Bardjov
Revolution Chalesm 0–1 Rudlit Miners
Lokomotiv Dzrebo 0–2 Dynamo Lublova
Molvania Lutenblag 1–1 FC Syneca
Railways AC 1–0 Olympia Sasava
UFC Flamarion 2–3 Hensha Rockets

MD 8:
Flania Traal 1–0 Hensha Rockets
Olympia Sasava 2–1 UFC Flamarion
FC Syneca 1–2 Railways AC
Dynamo Lublova 2–2 Molvania Lutenblag
Rudlit Miners 0–0 Lokomotiv Dzrebo
Dynamo Bardjov 0–1 Revolution Chalesm
Flamarion City 1–0 Porters AC
Vassilian City 2–1 Hrund AC

MD 9:
Hrund AC 1–1 Flania Traal
Porters AC 0–2 Vassilian City
Revolution Chalesm 3–2 Flamarion City
Lokomotiv Dzrebo 0–1 Dynamo Bardjov
Molvania Lutenblag 0–3 Rudlit Miners
Railways AC 2–1 Dynamo Lublova
UFC Flamarion 2–0 FC Syneca
Hensha Rockets 1–2 Olympia Sasava

MD 10:
Flania Traal 2–1 Olympia Sasava
FC Syneca 1–0 Hensha Rockets
Dynamo Lublova 0–1 UFC Flamarion
Rudlit Miners 0–2 Railways AC
Dynamo Bardjov 1–0 Molvania Lutenblag
Flamarion City 0–0 Lokomotiv Dzrebo
Vassilian City 2–3 Revolution Chalesm
Hrund AC 4–2 Porters AC

League 3:
MD 1:
Rennerby Town 0–2 GIM Bears
Arsenal Jzerbo 3–2 Mukjus Power FC
Lizelia FC 3–2 Sjerezo Independent
Avangard Slagvec 1–0 Szlachta Lutenblag
Always Ready Brasta 2–1 FC Scovelan
Orenfeld AC 0–2 Granant Rovers
Gachikovo FC 1–0 Verduga FC
Cramshananteen AC 1–1 FC Halfarian

MD 2:
GIM Bears 0–1 FC Halfarian
Verduga FC 1–0 Cramshananteen AC
Granant Rovers 1–3 Gachikovo FC
FC Scovelan 1–0 Orenfeld AC
Szlachta Lutenblag 1–0 Always Ready Brasta
Sjerezo Independent 3–3 Avangard Slagvec
Mukjus Power FC 0–1 Lizelia FC
Rennerby Town 0–0 Arsenal Jzerbo

MD 3:
Arsenal Jzerbo 0–0 GIM Bears
Lizelia FC 1–1 Rennerby Town
Avangard Slagvec 2–0 Mukjus Power FC
Always Ready Brasta 1–2 Sjerezo Independent
Orenfeld AC 1–0 Szlachta Lutenblag
Gachikovo FC 2–1 FC Scovelan
Cramshananteen AC 4–5 Granant Rovers
FC Halfarian 2–2 Verduga FC

MD 4:
GIM Bears 0–0 Verduga FC
Granant Rovers 2–0 FC Halfarian
FC Scovelan 1–1 Cramshananteen AC
Szlachta Lutenblag 2–1 Gachikovo FC
Sjerezo Independent 1–2 Orenfeld AC
Mukjus Power FC 0–0 Always Ready Brasta
Rennerby Town 2–6 Avangard Slagvec
Arsenal Jzerbo 1–1 Lizelia FC

MD 5:
Lizelia FC 1–1 GIM Bears
Avangard Slagvec 2–3 Arsenal Jzerbo
Always Ready Brasta 1–1 Rennerby Town
Orenfeld AC 1–0 Mukjus Power FC
Gachikovo FC 6–3 Sjerezo Independent
Cramshananteen AC 0–1 Szlachta Lutenblag
FC Halfarian 1–2 FC Scovelan
Verduga FC 2–1 Granant Rovers

MD 6:
GIM Bears 0–0 Granant Rovers
FC Scovelan 2–2 Verduga FC
Szlachta Lutenblag 1–0 FC Halfarian
Sjerezo Independent 1–4 Cramshananteen AC
Mukjus Power FC 2–2 Gachikovo FC
Rennerby Town 3–4 Orenfeld AC
Arsenal Jzerbo 2–3 Always Ready Brasta
Lizelia FC 2–3 Avangard Slagvec

MD 7:
Avangard Slagvec 2–6 GIM Bears
Always Ready Brasta 1–0 Lizelia FC
Orenfeld AC 2–1 Arsenal Jzerbo
Gachikovo FC 2–2 Rennerby Town
Cramshananteen AC 0–0 Mukjus Power FC
FC Halfarian 3–5 Sjerezo Independent
Verduga FC 3–3 Szlachta Lutenblag
Granant Rovers 0–0 FC Scovelan

MD 8:
GIM Bears 1–1 FC Scovelan
Szlachta Lutenblag 6–4 Granant Rovers
Sjerezo Independent 2–2 Verduga FC
Mukjus Power FC 0–1 FC Halfarian
Rennerby Town 0–2 Cramshananteen AC
Arsenal Jzerbo 2–2 Gachikovo FC
Lizelia FC 1–0 Orenfeld AC
Avangard Slagvec 0–1 Always Ready Brasta

MD 9:
Always Ready Brasta 0–0 GIM Bears
Orenfeld AC 1–1 Avangard Slagvec
Gachikovo FC 0–2 Lizelia FC
Cramshananteen AC 2–1 Arsenal Jzerbo
FC Halfarian 0–1 Rennerby Town
Verduga FC 0–1 Mukjus Power FC
Granant Rovers 2–4 Sjerezo Independent
FC Scovelan 0–1 Szlachta Lutenblag

MD 10:
GIM Bears 2–2 Szlachta Lutenblag
Sjerezo Independent 2–5 FC Scovelan
Mukjus Power FC 1–3 Granant Rovers
Rennerby Town 1–0 Verduga FC
Arsenal Jzerbo 2–1 FC Halfarian
Lizelia FC 0–0 Cramshananteen AC
Avangard Slagvec 1–0 Gachikovo FC
Always Ready Brasta 0–0 Orenfeld AC


Superleague Table:
-                        Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Brantisvogan FC 10 7 1 2 14 7 +7 22
2 Algolia AC 10 6 2 2 20 16 +4 20
3 Traal Athletics 10 6 1 3 14 10 +4 19
4 Olympia Arkintoofle 10 4 5 1 15 10 +5 17
5 AC Damogran 10 4 4 2 14 11 +3 16
6 Megabrantid SC 10 4 4 2 12 10 +2 16
7 FC Yassaca 10 4 3 3 13 10 +3 15
8 Lublova Reds 10 4 3 3 15 17 −2 15
9 Jaglan Royals 10 3 4 3 7 6 +1 13
10 Chalesm FC 10 4 1 5 9 12 −3 13
11 Damogran FC 10 3 3 4 22 22 0 12
12 Emerald Coast 10 3 2 5 19 20 −1 11
13 FC Hunian 10 2 3 5 11 12 −1 9
14 Viltvodle United 10 2 3 5 14 21 −7 9
15 Han Dold City 10 1 3 6 18 27 −9 6
16 Viltvodle City 10 1 2 7 9 15 −6 5


League 1 Table
-                        Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Sporting Jaglan 10 7 1 2 24 13 +11 22
2 FC Hensha 10 6 3 1 18 14 +4 21
3 Syneca AC 10 6 1 3 22 15 +7 19
4 Arkintoofle United 10 5 1 4 13 12 +1 16
5 Sivolvia Central 10 5 1 4 20 22 −2 16
6 Interblag FC 10 4 3 3 13 10 +3 15
7 Brasta FC 10 4 2 4 17 15 +2 14
8 FC Sjerezo 10 4 2 4 17 19 −2 14
9 Canyons AC 10 4 1 5 25 23 +2 13
10 Golgafrincham City 10 4 1 5 14 17 −3 13
11 Svetranj United 10 4 1 5 14 19 −5 13
12 Wavel AC 10 3 3 4 17 22 −5 12
13 Flania Zarss 10 4 0 6 10 15 −5 12
14 Traktor Gryrorik 10 3 2 5 14 16 −2 11
15 Wavel Rangers 10 3 1 6 13 15 −2 10
16 Rudlit Rovers 10 2 1 7 5 9 −4 7


League 2 Table
-                        Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Flania Traal 10 6 3 1 16 9 +7 21
2 Rudlit Miners 10 6 3 1 11 5 +6 21
3 Railways AC 10 6 1 3 16 10 +6 19
4 Dynamo Lublova 10 5 2 3 19 14 +5 17
5 Revolution Chalesm 10 4 4 2 13 12 +1 16
6 Hensha Rockets 10 4 2 4 15 14 +1 14
7 Dynamo Bardjov 10 4 2 4 9 10 −1 14
8 FC Syneca 10 3 4 3 16 16 0 13
9 Lokomotiv Dzrebo 10 3 4 3 12 12 0 13
10 Flamarion City 10 3 3 4 13 15 −2 12
11 Olympia Sasava 10 3 3 4 11 14 −3 12
12 Vassilian City 10 3 2 5 11 11 0 11
13 UFC Flamarion 10 3 2 5 14 18 −4 11
14 Molvania Lutenblag 10 1 5 4 7 12 −5 8
15 Hrund AC 10 1 4 5 18 23 −5 7
16 Porters AC 10 1 4 5 8 14 −6 7


League 3 Table
-                        Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Szlachta Lutenblag 10 6 2 2 17 12 +5 20
2 Avangard Slagvec 10 5 2 3 21 18 +3 17
3 Orenfeld AC 10 5 2 3 11 10 +1 17
4 Lizelia FC 10 4 4 2 12 9 +3 16
5 Always Ready Brasta 10 4 4 2 9 7 +2 16
6 Gachikovo FC 10 4 3 3 19 16 +3 15
7 Granant Rovers 10 4 2 4 20 20 0 14
8 GIM Bears 10 2 7 1 12 7 +5 13
9 Cramshananteen AC 10 3 4 3 14 11 +3 13
10 FC Scovelan 10 3 4 3 14 12 +2 13
11 Arsenal Jzerbo 10 3 4 3 15 15 0 13
12 Verduga FC 10 2 5 3 12 13 −1 11
13 Sjerezo Independent 10 3 2 5 25 31 −6 11
14 Rennerby Town 10 2 4 4 11 18 −7 10
15 FC Halfarian 10 2 2 6 10 16 −6 8
16 Mukjus Power FC 10 1 3 6 6 13 −7 6
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SCFA Season 3: Part 2

Postby Squornshelan Remnant States » Tue Jun 04, 2019 10:45 am

Brantisvogan FC 4–3 Emerald Coast
Lublova Reds 5–4 Algolia AC
AC Damogran 1–2 Chalesm FC
Han Dold City 0–2 Olympia Arkintoofle
Traal Athletics 0–4 Viltvodle City
Viltvodle United 1–3 Jaglan Royals
FC Yassaca 1–2 Damogran FC
Megabrantid SC 1–0 FC Hunian

A nightmare of a day for Traal, as City racked up four more goals and now have more than tripled their tally from just two weeks ago. Erseberg added another goal to the pair she recorded last week, and continues to look every bit the savior that City need to stay up this year. Traal, meanwhile, saw themselves overtaken by Olympia, who continue to appear to have exorcised their own demons, capably handling floundering HDC. MSC also moved up ahead of Traal on goal differential, managing a close home victory over Hunian, another side mired in the relegation race. Damogran, meanwhile, getting goals from Dolnight and Zonde, picked up a badly needed three points in a solid performance at Yassaca, taking three points in a very tough venue.


Emerald Coast 6–3 FC Hunian
Damogran FC 4–5 Megabrantid SC
Jaglan Royals 0–1 FC Yassaca
Viltvodle City 1–1 Viltvodle United
Olympia Arkintoofle 0–0 Traal Athletics
Chalesm FC 3–4 Han Dold City
Algolia AC 3–0 AC Damogran
Brantisvogan FC 2–1 Lublova Reds

While the Viltvodle Derby wasn't the clash between upper-table teams one might normally expect, that certainly didn't make it any less important to those involved. With United and City sitting in 14th and 15th respectively, and separated by just one point as the first half of the season draws to a close, the match took on an air of desperation. Both sides know they have a lot of work to do to keep their hopes of continuing in the Superleague next year. United were first to score, as Dzegtariev slipped between the defense and onto the end of a through ball from Luk, but given United's struggles at the back this year that was never likely to be enough for the win. Erseburg was held off the scoresheet for the first time since being promoted to City's starting lineup, but they managed a draw with a late goal from Hlavacek. In the end, this result doesn't particuarly help either team, especially with HDC victorious in Chalesm. The bottom three are now all even on 9 points, with United a single point ahead of them. Olympia maintained their lead on Traal, denying them a goal in a draw in Arkintoofle. Their position in third was taken over by MSC however, as winners of a nine-goal thriller in Damogran.


Olympia Arkintoofle 4–0 Sivolvia Central
Viltvodle City 2–1 Damogran FC
Wavel Rangers 0–2 Algolia AC
Brasta FC 2–2 FC Yassaca
Brantisvogan FC 4–3 Megabrantid SC
Traal Athletics 2–0 Emerald Coast
FC Hensha 0–2 Viltvodle United
Jaglan Royals 0–1 Chalesm FC

The thinning out of non-Superleague teams seems set to continue, with Sivolvia Central getting absolutely thrashed in Arkintoofle, and Wavel Rangers and Hensha both beaten two nil on their own ground. Brasta, meanwhile, are at least level on aggregate, but will need to make up two away goals at Pheldagrif Stadium, which has been a notoriously difficult venue for even the Superleague's best to play in. The real event of the round, of course, was the much anticipated match between Brantisvogan and MSC. As if a meeting between two of the largest and best-supported clubs, who happen to be cross-town rivals wasn't enough, this was, of course, a match between the defending cup champions and last-year's league runners up. The home side roared out to an early lead, taking full advantage of a few early mistakes to score a pair of goals, both off the foot of Mikhulat. Perhaps feeling a bit overconfident, they themselves were shortly thereafter victimized, as some excessively casual defending left enough space for Durano to line up a shot from distance that beat Jonason cleanly. Quazin was able to reestablish the two-goal margin just before the half, and when Rallinaitis made it 4-1 just five minutes into the second half, the match, and MSC's title defense looked all but over. However, a straight red for Rough changed everything. MSC, it seemed, could no longer be taken off the ball, and fought back to within one with goals from Redalen and Teklu. In the end, their rally was too little too late, but the boost of confidence it must have given them combined with Rough's absence from the second leg will surely give them and their fans hope of completing the comeback.


Lublova Reds 2–2 Emerald Coast
AC Damogran 3–2 Brantisvogan FC
Han Dold City 2–2 Algolia AC
Traal Athletics 0–1 Chalesm FC
Viltvodle United 2–2 Olympia Arkintoofle
FC Yassaca 1–2 Viltvodle City
Megabrantid SC 0–2 Jaglan Royals
FC Hunian 2–4 Damogran FC

A day of real struggles for the top of the table, as no one in the top 7 took full points from their match. Traal have now taken points from just one of their past three, and are slowly slipping out of the title race. Algolia and Olympia each managed a point away from home, but considering their opposition, should have done much better. Oddly enough, Brantisvogan can probably be said to be the biggest winners this week, despite losing at Overburg. They left points on the table, but all of their close competition failed to take advantage. Damogran, meanwhile, bounced back from last week's frustrating defeat to MSC, getting goals from all three starting forwards to beat Hunian at home as they continue to work toward recovering from their abysmal first third of the season. For the time being, it seems that the board are keeping faith that Parekh can salvage the season, but he will surely find himself on the hot seat if Damogran can't rejoin the UICA race by the end of the year.

Globe Cup
Group A
Algolia AC (SRS)
Ephesian FC (ZWZ)
Revolutionaries (EUR)
VLC FC (EFL)

A very tough draw for Algolia, it must be said. Revolutionaries are the highest overall seed in the group stage, and VLC FC are the top team in Pot 3. While Ephesian FC are below average on paper for Pot 2 teams, all three of these sides represent a huge challenge for the Suntigers, and it will be very hard for even the most optimistic prognosticator to predict advancement.

Emerald Coast 1–1 Damogran FC
Jaglan Royals 2–3 FC Hunian
Viltvodle City 0–1 Megabrantid SC
Olympia Arkintoofle 1–2 FC Yassaca
Chalesm FC 1–2 Viltvodle United
Algolia AC 0–0 Traal Athletics
Brantisvogan FC 2–1 Han Dold City
Lublova Reds 2–0 AC Damogran

Traal are now winless in four matches, but have at least prevented Algolia from gaining any points on them this week. Olympia were upset at home by a Yassaca side who against all expectation have looked more and more like a legitimate contender as the season wears on, while the Brantisvogan clubs each took care of business against relegation bait opponents. AC Damogran continue to backslide after their hot start, and they were unable to muster a goal even against Lublova, who seem to be refinding their defensive form as we near the midpoint of the season. For Athletic, Vegger has proven not the equal of Tambura (to the surprise of no one), but has been able to contribute on a team that has adapted well to attack by committee. Unlike last year, when Tambura drew considerable attention from opposing defenses, there is no one player to key on, and Athletic have the most evenly distributed scoring of any club. With nine different players having scored a goal, and no one player having more than four.

Sivolvia Central 1–2 Olympia Arkintoofle
Olympia Arkintoofle win 6-1 on aggregate
Damogran FC 1–2 Viltvodle City
Viltvodle City win 4-2 on aggregate
Algolia AC 1–0 Wavel Rangers
Algolia AC win 3-0 on aggregate
FC Yassaca 1–0 Brasta FC
FC Yassaca win 3-2 on aggregate
Megabrantid SC 3–0 Brantisvogan FC
Megabrantid SC win 6-4 on aggregate
Emerald Coast 0–2 Traal Athletics
Traal Athletics win 4-0 on aggregate
Viltvodle United 0–0 FC Hensha
Viltvodle United win 2-0 on aggregate
Chalesm FC 1–1 Jaglan Royals
Chalesm FC win 2-1 on aggregate

It's total elation for half of Brantisvogan and utter despair for the other half. After fighting back to pull within one goal late in the first leg MSC delivered a dominating performance on their own ground, silencing Mikhulat, Rallinaitis, and the rest of the Brantsisvogan attack while scoring three goals of their own. Saur's lack of starting experience playing at right back for the suspended Rough was evident, and Durano had a huge match for the home side. He scored the opener, and assisted on both of the later goals. The tournament field for the quarterfinals is down to only Superleague teams, as Olympia, Algolia, and V United cruised after strong first legs, and Yassaca locked down their Sivolvian rivals, Brasta, for a 1-0 home victory, advancing on the strength of a single goal from Verhulst.


AC Damogran 3–2 Emerald Coast
Han Dold City 4–5 Lublova Reds
Traal Athletics 4–0 Brantisvogan FC
Viltvodle United 3–1 Algolia AC
FC Yassaca 1–0 Chalesm FC
Megabrantid SC 1–0 Olympia Arkintoofle
FC Hunian 1–3 Viltvodle City
Damogran FC 3–3 Jaglan Royals

Traal put an emphatic end to their poor run of form this week, hammering Brantisvogan on a day which also saw fellow front runners Olympia and Algolia lose. It's a good start for Traal, but they'll need to turn this dominant win into a hot streak to climb back into the title race. The other beneficiaries of Traal's success were MSC, who were the ones to hand Olympia their loss, and Lublova, who survived to win a wild match in Han Dold City. Vladcik and Vepcojat for the visitors and Caswyddian for the hosts each scored two goals, and the winner was scored on a stoppage time corner by Lublova center back Raktsov.


Olympia Arkintoofle 0–2 Viltvodle City
Algolia AC 5–2 FC Yassaca
Megabrantid SC 0–2 Traal Athletics
Viltvodle United 2–2 Chalesm FC

Someone has forgotten to inform the Viltvodle teams that their rubbish form in the league ought to have seen them perform as poorly in the Cup. Instead, City upset Olympia in Arkintoofle, and United kept pace with Chalesm. Algolia looked competent as ever, riding a pair of Rebljeten goals to a three-goal victory over Yassaca. The other quarterfinal sees the Cup's last two champions meeting. MSC, fresh off eliminating their hated rivals in the eighth-finals and then knocking off Olympia in the league were not able to bring that same energy to this match. Instead, Traal looked very much in control, limiting the home side's chances with effective defensive containment and closing down, while getting goals on the counter from Avagyan and Doba.

Emerald Coast 1–0 Jaglan Royals
Damogran FC 4–3 Viltvodle City
FC Hunian 3–4 Olympia Arkintoofle
Megabrantid SC 2–0 Chalesm FC
FC Yassaca 2–0 Algolia AC
Viltvodle United 2–2 Brantisvogan FC
Traal Athletics 2–0 Lublova Reds
Han Dold City 0–2 AC Damogran

Yassaca's Phelddagriff Stadium is once again proven one of the most difficult SCFA venues for away teams, regardless of class. This week's victims were Algolia, perhaps worn down by their busy state of cup fixtures. Rather than focusing entirely on occurrences near the top of the table, however, let's take a moment some teams near the middle. This week neatly encapsulates everything that has gone wrong for Jaglan this year. Boasting one of the finest defenses in the league, and having made promising changes to improve their attack, Royals were expected to overtake Lublova and potentially challenge for UICA qualification. Instead, their attack has been as bad as ever, and while the defense has been strong, allowing just under one goal per match, it has had some moments of instability that have occasionally spoiled the few decent performances the attack has delivered (case in point: last week's 3-3 draw against underachieving Damogran). In the latest disappointment for fans in Jaglan, Royals looked defensively sturdy but totally lost in the attack on their visit to Vassilian. They have now earned just 20 points from their 16 matches, and while they certainly don't look bad enough to tumble all the way down the relegation race, their UICA hopes are rapidly disappearing, and they may be hard pressed to finish in the top half.

Viltvodle City 0–1 Olympia Arkintoofle
Viltvodle City win 2-1 on aggregate
FC Yassaca 0–0 Algolia AC
Algolia AC win 5-2 on aggregate
Traal Athletics 3–1 Megabrantid SC
Traal Athletics 5-1 on aggregate
Chalesm FC 3–2 Viltvodle United AET (2-2 AFT)
Chalesm FC win 5-4 on aggregate

Well, it's official. Viltvodle City, who have been stuck in the relegation zone almost since the word go in the league have advanced to the Cup semifinal, where they will face the mighty Algolia, who shut Yassaca down after a dominating first leg. Hopes for an all Viltvodle final were dashed, however, as Dahl scored the only goal in extra time to send Chalesm to the semi, and send United packing. Chalesm's opponent will be Traal, who hope to the first club to hoist the Confederacy Cup twice, having convincingly ousted the defending champions, MSC.

Han Dold City 3–4 Emerald Coast
AC Damogran 0–1 Traal Athletics
Lublova Reds 1–2 Viltvodle United
Brantisvogan FC 0–1 FC Yassaca
Algolia AC 4–0 Megabrantid SC
Chalesm FC 0–0 FC Hunian
Olympia Arkintoofle 2–3 Damogran FC
Viltvodle City 1–0 Jaglan Royals

The mediocrity continues for Jaglan, as they were unable to score even against V City's terrible defense. Arkintoofle's tumble from the top four continues, as Damogran notch a victory against them in their continuing struggle to rejoin the top half. Zonde carried the visitors with a goal and assist. The general trend of instability in the top half continued, as Traal and Algolia, who have been sputtering in recent weeks, both won, and the recently ascendant Brantisvogan clubs were laid low. Lublova's recent turn of good form came to a screeching halt as they were upset at home by lowly V United. Strangely, both United goals were scored by defenders. Kejr sent a long, in-curling cross that sailed past the heads of the crowd in the box, bounced once, and completely fooled Povarnin, ending up in the back of the net, and Korve lost his marker to head home a corner kick just a few minutes later. United's defense may not be able to stop very much, but at least they seem able to contribute scoring at the other end as well.

VLC FC 1-2 Algolia AC

A huge result for the Suntigers in their opening match of the group stage. On the road in Eastfield, the Suntigers fell behind early, but rallied in the second half. Young tacticians watching at home can take notes on set pieces, as both of Algolia's goals came from free kicks. Early in the second half, Stolp stepped over the ball on his run, pulling the defense out of position, and giving Gilleran an opening to strike for goal, beating the keeper to the top corner. Later on, Stolp elected to take the kick, looping the ball into the area and onto the head of Westerlow. The VLC keeper made a desperation save, but Gschwind got a toe to the rebound to poke it in.


Emerald Coast 2–1 Viltvodle City
Jaglan Royals 2–0 Olympia Arkintoofle
Damogran FC 2–2 Chalesm FC
FC Hunian 0–1 Algolia AC
Megabrantid SC 0–2 Brantisvogan FC
FC Yassaca 1–2 Lublova Reds
Viltvodle United 4–3 AC Damogran
Traal Athletics 1–3 Han Dold City

Brantid Derby day has rolled around again, and the stakes are higher than ever, with Brantisvogan and MSC right up among the league leaders, and separated by just one point in the standings. When last these foes met, less than a month ago on this very field, is was MSC who triumphed, shutting out their rivals, and ousting them from the Cup. Today, Brantisvogan took revenge. With their back line whole again they were able to put the brakes on MSC's attack, taking the majority of possession, and keeping the pace of the match firmly in their control. MSC's defense also stood tall, as Darbo and company kept the BFC attackers at bay well into the second half. Eventually, it was one of the less repeated names on Brantisvogan's roster, center mid Siavash Kuri, who broke through and opened the scoring. Making a late run into the box after a Quazin set piece, he found himself in the right place at the right time, as a deflected ball fell perfectly for him to finish. Jonason was tested a few times in the immediate aftermath, but made his saves look routine for the most part, and was able to pick out Ruoho after one such instance to launch the counter that led to Brantisvogan's second goal, scored on the break by Mikhulat. Elsewhere, Algolia kept pace with Brantisvogan, taking three points from Hunian, but Olympia and Traal were both handed away defeats.


Algolia AC 0-0 Ephesian FC

Another very respectable result for the Suntigers in UICA, holding Ephesian scoreless and earning their fourth point from two matches.

Traal Athletics 3–1 Emerald Coast
Han Dold City 2–2 Viltvodle United
AC Damogran 1–1 FC Yassaca
Lublova Reds 2–2 Megabrantid SC
Brantisvogan FC 1–3 FC Hunian
Algolia AC 2–1 Damogran FC
Chalesm FC 0–1 Jaglan Royals
Olympia Arkintoofle 0–0 Viltvodle City

Things remain close at the top, as Traal and Algolia pick up point on Brantisvogan, who inexpicable fell at home to Hunian. Olympia were held by V City to a scoreless draw in Arkintoofle, leaving them with just five point from their last eight matches. After a hot start, fourth after ten matches, Olympia have gone into a near free fall, plummetting down into the bottom half of the table. The defense has performed tolerably well, but goalscoring has all but dried up of late, and the stars who should be providing the spark and creativity to get things going up front have been ordinary at best. Worse still, rumors abound of an internal rift between the players, though none has been willing to make a public statement on the subject. Sources close to the team indicate that increasingly, the cadre of veterans including Klontz, Farsjo, and Chulkov brought in to provide experience and leadership are frustrated with the behavior off the field of the young, up and coming stars, most particularly Yndel, Powell, and Nebojsic. Above it all, Rakvere remains tight lipped in press conferences, and insists that his team has been a victim of bad luck and bad execution, and that there is no fundamental problem underlying their recent struggles. For his own sake, he'll need to prove the rumors baseless, or Olympia may soon be looking for their third manager in as many years.

Revolutionaries 1-0 Algolia AC

Things come somewhat back down to earth for Algolia, but they did well to only lose by one, keeping their goal differential even heading into the second half of the group stage. Next they will have to play host to the top team in the tournament, as Revolutionaries make a visit to Damogran.

Emerald Coast 5–5 Olympia Arkintoofle
Viltvodle City 0–1 Chalesm FC
Jaglan Royals 3–2 Algolia AC
Damogran FC 3–4 Brantisvogan FC
FC Hunian 3–3 Lublova Reds
Megabrantid SC 0–1 AC Damogran
FC Yassaca 2–2 Han Dold City
Viltvodle United 0–1 Traal Athletics

This week's meeting of the Royal Derby showed some signs of hope for Jaglan. Their defense bent but didn't quite break, and the attack roused itself to a three goal performance, good enough for a victory over the defending champions. Gerstlauer in particular, who has not yet lived up to the out-of-proportion hype that accompanied her arrival, showed some flashes of brilliance, leaving Suntigers captain Abiodun tumbling the wrong direction on one of several successful dribbles. While she seemed perpetually on the edge of giving the ball away, Gerstlauer managed to score one goal, and set up her striker partner Mevlya for a second. The former viral sensation's first professional season hasn't been the tour de force that some of her more exuberant fans were predicting, but her raw talent cannot be denied, and she still has plenty of time to develop it. The question will be whether Royals are willing to give her the time she needs against top flight defenders to complete that development, or whether they would rather pick up a more established striker. As Algolia went down in defeat to their rivals, the other Damoran teams were also in action in high-profile matches, both against Brantisvogan clubs. Damogran played host to Brantisvogan, and were let down once again by their back line, allowing four goals to the three they themselves could muster. To the north in Brantisvogan, Athletic pulled off a major upset, shutting out MSC and stealing a crucial 3 points, good enough to pull them back up into the top half of the table after a several week slide.

League 1:
MD 11:
Wavel AC 1–2 Golgafrincham City
Svetranj United 1–5 Syneca AC
Sivolvia Central 0–1 Sporting Jaglan
FC Hensha 1–0 Traktor Gryrorik
Interblag FC 1–0 Wavel Rangers
Arkintoofle United 0–2 FC Sjerezo
Brasta FC 3–1 Canyons AC
Flania Zarss 1–0 Rudlit Rovers

MD 12:
Golgafrincham City 1–0 Rudlit Rovers
Canyons AC 2–2 Flania Zarss
FC Sjerezo 2–3 Brasta FC
Wavel Rangers 2–1 Arkintoofle United
Traktor Gryrorik 0–1 Interblag FC
Sporting Jaglan 2–4 FC Hensha
Syneca AC 1–2 Sivolvia Central
Wavel AC 3–3 Svetranj United

MD 13:
Svetranj United 0–0 Golgafrincham City
Sivolvia Central 1–1 Wavel AC
FC Hensha 1–0 Syneca AC
Interblag FC 2–1 Sporting Jaglan
Arkintoofle United 2–1 Traktor Gryrorik
Brasta FC 1–2 Wavel Rangers
Flania Zarss 0–2 FC Sjerezo
Rudlit Rovers 0–2 Canyons AC

MD 14:
Golgafrincham City 0–0 Canyons AC
FC Sjerezo 2–1 Rudlit Rovers
Wavel Rangers 1–0 Flania Zarss
Traktor Gryrorik 0–1 Brasta FC
Sporting Jaglan 2–2 Arkintoofle United
Syneca AC 1–0 Interblag FC
Wavel AC 0–2 FC Hensha
Svetranj United 2–3 Sivolvia Central

MD 15:
Sivolvia Central 0–0 Golgafrincham City
FC Hensha 1–2 Svetranj United
Interblag FC 0–1 Wavel AC
Arkintoofle United 1–1 Syneca AC
Brasta FC 1–2 Sporting Jaglan
Flania Zarss 1–0 Traktor Gryrorik
Rudlit Rovers 0–0 Wavel Rangers
Canyons AC 2–2 FC Sjerezo

MD 16:
Golgafrincham City 0–1 FC Sjerezo
Canyons AC 1–0 Wavel Rangers
Rudlit Rovers 2–0 Traktor Gryrorik
Flania Zarss 1–3 Sporting Jaglan
Brasta FC 3–2 Syneca AC
Arkintoofle United 1–3 Wavel AC
Interblag FC 1–2 Svetranj United
FC Hensha 3–1 Sivolvia Central

MD 17:
FC Hensha 1–0 Golgafrincham City
Sivolvia Central 0–0 Interblag FC
Svetranj United 1–3 Arkintoofle United
Wavel AC 2–0 Brasta FC
Syneca AC 1–0 Flania Zarss
Sporting Jaglan 2–1 Rudlit Rovers
Traktor Gryrorik 1–2 Canyons AC
Wavel Rangers 0–0 FC Sjerezo

MD 18:
Golgafrincham City 3–2 Wavel Rangers
FC Sjerezo 1–0 Traktor Gryrorik
Canyons AC 3–3 Sporting Jaglan
Rudlit Rovers 2–3 Syneca AC
Flania Zarss 0–1 Wavel AC
Brasta FC 0–1 Svetranj United
Arkintoofle United 0–1 Sivolvia Central
Interblag FC 0–0 FC Hensha

MD 19:
Interblag FC 1–1 Golgafrincham City
FC Hensha 2–0 Arkintoofle United
Sivolvia Central 3–4 Brasta FC
Svetranj United 2–2 Flania Zarss
Wavel AC 0–1 Rudlit Rovers
Syneca AC 3–1 Canyons AC
Sporting Jaglan 1–1 FC Sjerezo
Traktor Gryrorik 2–0 Wavel Rangers

MD 20:
Golgafrincham City 1–1 Traktor Gryrorik
Wavel Rangers 6–2 Sporting Jaglan
FC Sjerezo 1–0 Syneca AC
Canyons AC 2–0 Wavel AC
Rudlit Rovers 0–1 Svetranj United
Flania Zarss 0–2 Sivolvia Central
Brasta FC 1–1 FC Hensha
Arkintoofle United 0–0 Interblag FC

League 2:
MD 11:
Porters AC 0–0 Flania Traal
Revolution Chalesm 0–1 Hrund AC
Lokomotiv Dzrebo 2–0 Vassilian City
Molvania Lutenblag 0–1 Flamarion City
Railways AC 0–2 Dynamo Bardjov
UFC Flamarion 0–2 Rudlit Miners
Hensha Rockets 3–2 Dynamo Lublova
Olympia Sasava 0–1 FC Syneca

MD 12:
Flania Traal 2–0 FC Syneca
Dynamo Lublova 0–1 Olympia Sasava
Rudlit Miners 2–2 Hensha Rockets
Dynamo Bardjov 0–2 UFC Flamarion
Flamarion City 1–0 Railways AC
Vassilian City 2–1 Molvania Lutenblag
Hrund AC 0–1 Lokomotiv Dzrebo
Porters AC 1–0 Revolution Chalesm

MD 13:
Revolution Chalesm 3–2 Flania Traal
Lokomotiv Dzrebo 2–1 Porters AC
Molvania Lutenblag 0–1 Hrund AC
Railways AC 0–1 Vassilian City
UFC Flamarion 3–0 Flamarion City
Hensha Rockets 1–1 Dynamo Bardjov
Olympia Sasava 2–1 Rudlit Miners
FC Syneca 3–4 Dynamo Lublova

MD 14:
Flania Traal 2–4 Dynamo Lublova
Rudlit Miners 2–0 FC Syneca
Dynamo Bardjov 0–3 Olympia Sasava
Flamarion City 4–5 Hensha Rockets
Vassilian City 1–0 UFC Flamarion
Hrund AC 0–0 Railways AC
Porters AC 2–0 Molvania Lutenblag
Revolution Chalesm 0–1 Lokomotiv Dzrebo

MD 15:
Lokomotiv Dzrebo 0–4 Flania Traal
Molvania Lutenblag 0–1 Revolution Chalesm
Railways AC 0–1 Porters AC
UFC Flamarion 0–0 Hrund AC
Hensha Rockets 3–0 Vassilian City
Olympia Sasava 1–0 Flamarion City
FC Syneca 1–0 Dynamo Bardjov
Dynamo Lublova 1–1 Rudlit Miners

MD 16:
Flania Traal 0–1 Rudlit Miners
Dynamo Lublova 2–1 Dynamo Bardjov
FC Syneca 1–3 Flamarion City
Olympia Sasava 1–0 Vassilian City
Hensha Rockets 4–4 Hrund AC
UFC Flamarion 5–3 Porters AC
Railways AC 1–0 Revolution Chalesm
Molvania Lutenblag 1–0 Lokomotiv Dzrebo

MD 17:
Molvania Lutenblag 1–0 Flania Traal
Lokomotiv Dzrebo 1–0 Railways AC
Revolution Chalesm 0–2 UFC Flamarion
Porters AC 1–2 Hensha Rockets
Hrund AC 6–2 Olympia Sasava
Vassilian City 1–3 FC Syneca
Flamarion City 0–2 Dynamo Lublova
Dynamo Bardjov 4–1 Rudlit Miners

MD 18:
Flania Traal 0–1 Dynamo Bardjov
Rudlit Miners 0–2 Flamarion City
Dynamo Lublova 2–5 Vassilian City
FC Syneca 5–3 Hrund AC
Olympia Sasava 0–1 Porters AC
Hensha Rockets 0–1 Revolution Chalesm
UFC Flamarion 0–1 Lokomotiv Dzrebo
Railways AC 1–1 Molvania Lutenblag

MD 19:
Railways AC 2–1 Flania Traal
Molvania Lutenblag 0–2 UFC Flamarion
Lokomotiv Dzrebo 6–4 Hensha Rockets
Revolution Chalesm 1–2 Olympia Sasava
Porters AC 1–1 FC Syneca
Hrund AC 2–0 Dynamo Lublova
Vassilian City 0–1 Rudlit Miners
Flamarion City 0–0 Dynamo Bardjov

MD 20:
Flania Traal 3–1 Flamarion City
Dynamo Bardjov 0–1 Vassilian City
Rudlit Miners 1–4 Hrund AC
Dynamo Lublova 0–1 Porters AC
FC Syneca 2–1 Revolution Chalesm
Olympia Sasava 0–0 Lokomotiv Dzrebo
Hensha Rockets 3–1 Molvania Lutenblag
UFC Flamarion 4–3 Railways AC

League 3:
MD 11:
Orenfeld AC 0–1 GIM Bears
Gachikovo FC 1–0 Always Ready Brasta
Cramshananteen AC 3–4 Avangard Slagvec
FC Halfarian 1–1 Lizelia FC
Verduga FC 2–3 Arsenal Jzerbo
Granant Rovers 1–0 Rennerby Town
FC Scovelan 1–0 Mukjus Power FC
Szlachta Lutenblag 0–0 Sjerezo Independent

MD 12:
GIM Bears 3–1 Sjerezo Independent
Mukjus Power FC 0–1 Szlachta Lutenblag
Rennerby Town 0–0 FC Scovelan
Arsenal Jzerbo 1–1 Granant Rovers
Lizelia FC 1–0 Verduga FC
Avangard Slagvec 4–1 FC Halfarian
Always Ready Brasta 3–1 Cramshananteen AC
Orenfeld AC 4–4 Gachikovo FC

MD 13:
Gachikovo FC 2–3 GIM Bears
Cramshananteen AC 0–1 Orenfeld AC
FC Halfarian 0–2 Always Ready Brasta
Verduga FC 1–1 Avangard Slagvec
Granant Rovers 3–0 Lizelia FC
FC Scovelan 4–4 Arsenal Jzerbo
Szlachta Lutenblag 0–1 Rennerby Town
Sjerezo Independent 4–1 Mukjus Power FC

MD 14:
GIM Bears 1–0 Mukjus Power FC
Rennerby Town 3–3 Sjerezo Independent
Arsenal Jzerbo 0–3 Szlachta Lutenblag
Lizelia FC 0–3 FC Scovelan
Avangard Slagvec 5–0 Granant Rovers
Always Ready Brasta 0–2 Verduga FC
Orenfeld AC 0–0 FC Halfarian
Gachikovo FC 0–3 Cramshananteen AC

MD 15:
Cramshananteen AC 4–3 GIM Bears
FC Halfarian 3–0 Gachikovo FC
Verduga FC 1–0 Orenfeld AC
Granant Rovers 0–1 Always Ready Brasta
FC Scovelan 1–2 Avangard Slagvec
Szlachta Lutenblag 3–1 Lizelia FC
Sjerezo Independent 0–4 Arsenal Jzerbo
Mukjus Power FC 1–1 Rennerby Town

MD 16:
GIM Bears 0–0 Rennerby Town
Mukjus Power FC 0–2 Arsenal Jzerbo
Sjerezo Independent 2–2 Lizelia FC
Szlachta Lutenblag 2–1 Avangard Slagvec
FC Scovelan 5–1 Always Ready Brasta
Granant Rovers 0–1 Orenfeld AC
Verduga FC 3–4 Gachikovo FC
FC Halfarian 0–0 Cramshananteen AC

MD 17:
FC Halfarian 2–0 GIM Bears
Cramshananteen AC 1–0 Verduga FC
Gachikovo FC 2–1 Granant Rovers
Orenfeld AC 0–0 FC Scovelan
Always Ready Brasta 0–1 Szlachta Lutenblag
Avangard Slagvec 0–2 Sjerezo Independent
Lizelia FC 0–1 Mukjus Power FC
Arsenal Jzerbo 1–1 Rennerby Town

MD 18:
GIM Bears 1–0 Arsenal Jzerbo
Rennerby Town 1–2 Lizelia FC
Mukjus Power FC 1–2 Avangard Slagvec
Sjerezo Independent 3–1 Always Ready Brasta
Szlachta Lutenblag 0–1 Orenfeld AC
FC Scovelan 1–4 Gachikovo FC
Granant Rovers 2–1 Cramshananteen AC
Verduga FC 1–3 FC Halfarian

MD 19:
Verduga FC 0–1 GIM Bears
FC Halfarian 0–2 Granant Rovers
Cramshananteen AC 1–0 FC Scovelan
Gachikovo FC 2–3 Szlachta Lutenblag
Orenfeld AC 0–2 Sjerezo Independent
Always Ready Brasta 1–1 Mukjus Power FC
Avangard Slagvec 1–0 Rennerby Town
Lizelia FC 2–1 Arsenal Jzerbo

MD 20:
GIM Bears 1–0 Lizelia FC
Arsenal Jzerbo 4–4 Avangard Slagvec
Rennerby Town 2–3 Always Ready Brasta
Mukjus Power FC 0–1 Orenfeld AC
Sjerezo Independent 2–2 Gachikovo FC
Szlachta Lutenblag 3–2 Cramshananteen AC
FC Scovelan 3–1 FC Halfarian
Granant Rovers 2–0 Verduga FC


Superleague Table
-                        Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Brantisvogan FC 20 12 2 6 33 28 +5 38
2 Traal Athletics 20 11 3 6 26 19 +7 36
3 Algolia AC 20 10 4 6 39 32 +7 34
4 FC Yassaca 20 9 5 6 26 20 +6 32
5 Megabrantid SC 20 9 5 6 24 25 −1 32
6 Lublova Reds 20 8 6 6 38 39 −1 30
7 Jaglan Royals 20 8 5 7 23 18 +5 29
8 AC Damogran 20 8 5 7 28 28 0 29
9 Olympia Arkintoofle 20 6 9 5 31 28 +3 27
10 Damogran FC 20 7 6 7 49 47 +2 27
11 Emerald Coast 20 7 5 8 46 45 +1 26
12 Viltvodle United 20 6 7 7 33 38 −5 25
13 Chalesm FC 20 7 3 10 19 25 −6 24
14 Viltvodle City 20 5 4 11 24 26 −2 19
15 FC Hunian 20 4 5 11 29 37 −8 17
16 Han Dold City 20 3 6 11 39 52 −13 15


League 1 Table
-                        Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 FC Hensha 20 13 5 2 34 20 +14 44
2 Sporting Jaglan 20 11 4 5 43 34 +9 37
3 Syneca AC 20 11 2 7 39 27 +12 35
4 FC Sjerezo 20 10 5 5 31 26 +5 35
5 Sivolvia Central 20 9 4 7 33 34 −1 31
6 Brasta FC 20 9 3 8 34 31 +3 30
7 Canyons AC 20 8 5 7 41 37 +4 29
8 Interblag FC 20 7 7 6 19 16 +3 28
9 Svetranj United 20 8 4 8 29 37 −8 28
10 Golgafrincham City 20 7 6 7 22 24 −2 27
11 Wavel AC 20 7 5 8 29 34 −5 26
12 Arkintoofle United 20 7 4 9 23 27 −4 25
13 Wavel Rangers 20 7 3 10 26 26 0 24
14 Flania Zarss 20 6 2 12 17 29 −12 20
15 Traktor Gryrorik 20 4 3 13 19 28 −9 15
16 Rudlit Rovers 20 4 2 14 12 21 −9 14


League 2 Table
-                        Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Lokomotiv Dzrebo 20 10 5 5 26 22 +4 35
2 Rudlit Miners 20 10 5 5 23 20 +3 35
3 Hensha Rockets 20 9 5 6 42 36 +6 32
4 Flania Traal 20 9 4 7 30 22 +8 31
5 Olympia Sasava 20 9 4 7 23 24 −1 31
6 UFC Flamarion 20 9 3 8 32 28 +4 30
7 Dynamo Lublova 20 9 3 8 36 33 +3 30
8 FC Syneca 20 8 5 7 33 33 0 29
9 Railways AC 20 8 3 9 23 22 +1 27
10 Vassilian City 20 8 2 10 22 24 −2 26
11 Hrund AC 20 6 7 7 39 36 +3 25
12 Dynamo Bardjov 20 7 4 9 18 21 −3 25
13 Revolution Chalesm 20 7 4 9 20 24 −4 25
14 Flamarion City 20 7 4 9 25 30 −5 25
15 Porters AC 20 6 6 8 20 24 −4 24
16 Molvania Lutenblag 20 3 6 11 12 25 −13 15


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1 Szlachta Lutenblag 20 13 3 4 33 20 +13 42
2 Avangard Slagvec 20 11 4 5 45 33 +12 37
3 GIM Bears 20 9 8 3 26 16 +10 35
4 Orenfeld AC 20 9 5 6 19 18 +1 32
5 Granant Rovers 20 9 3 8 32 31 +1 30
6 Gachikovo FC 20 8 5 7 40 39 +1 29
7 Always Ready Brasta 20 8 5 7 21 23 −2 29
8 FC Scovelan 20 7 7 6 32 25 +7 28
9 Sjerezo Independent 20 7 6 7 44 47 −3 27
10 Lizelia FC 20 7 6 7 21 25 −4 27
11 Cramshananteen AC 20 7 5 8 30 27 +3 26
12 Arsenal Jzerbo 20 6 8 6 35 33 +2 26
13 FC Halfarian 20 5 5 10 21 29 −8 20
14 Verduga FC 20 4 6 10 22 29 −7 18
15 Rennerby Town 20 3 9 8 20 30 −10 18
16 Mukjus Power FC 20 2 5 13 11 27 −16 11
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SCFA Season 3: Part 3

Postby Squornshelan Remnant States » Sat Jun 08, 2019 12:52 pm

Algolia AC 1-0 Revolutionaries

Truly a result to shake the footballing world, and one of the biggest upsets possible in this group stage. Albrechtsson Park is truly in a state of delirium after this result. The Suntigers scrape out a win in the return leg against the top seed, and move to seven points. With both Revolutionaries and VLC sitting behind them with only three points, Algolia have clinched advancement to the sixteenth final with two matches to spare. The only thing left to puzzle out will be the precise finishing order. With an undefeated record, sullied only by their opening draw against Algolia, Ephesian certainly look like the favorites to win the group as Algolia would need a victory in the final matchday to pull even on points and edge them on a tiebreaker.


Viltvodle United 1–2 Emerald Coast
Traal Athletics 0–1 FC Yassaca
Han Dold City 4–5 Megabrantid SC
AC Damogran 1–3 FC Hunian
Lublova Reds 3–4 Damogran FC
Brantisvogan FC 3–2 Jaglan Royals
Algolia AC 0–1 Viltvodle City
Chalesm FC 0–1 Olympia Arkintoofle

It's a good day for Brantisvogan; they win while Traal and Algolia both lose, opening up their league lead to five points as we enter the home stretch. On the other end of the field from Brantisvogan, Royals squandered another of their attack's rare multi-goal performances, and slipped into ninth place. MSC were also victorious, hanging on in a last-one-to-score wins type of match in Han Dold City. The scoresheet in Lublova read like a potential IAC7 roster, meanwhile, consisting of Zonde, Dolnight, and a pair from Gryspos for Damogran, and Vladcik, Strepol and Raktsov for Lublova. The Reds continue to watch their chances of a return to UICA dwindle, as Damogran continue their efforts to rejoin that race. Between their defensive struggles and ovrachieving performances from teams like Yassaca, Athletic, and Emerald Coast, neither Damogran nor Lublova look at all likely to realize their international ambitions.

Algolia AC 3-1 VLC FC

More celebration in Damogran, as Algolia keep pace with Ephesians and still have a shot at winning the group, which would truly put an exclamation point on their advancement. Both sides tonight rested some starters, but you could clearly see that the Eastfielders' hearts were not in it. Algolia were more or les in control from the start, and got early goals from Rebljeten and Gschwind. VLC were able to pull one back early in the second, but Gilleran responded soon after to reestablish a two goal lead that was not realistically challenged again.

Emerald Coast 3–2 Chalesm FC
Olympia Arkintoofle 1–2 Algolia AC
Viltvodle City 2–3 Brantisvogan FC
Jaglan Royals 1–2 Lublova Reds
Damogran FC 3–3 AC Damogran
FC Hunian 2–3 Han Dold City
Megabrantid SC 1–1 Traal Athletics
FC Yassaca 0–1 Viltvodle United

Another set of unhelpful results for the teams chasing first place (helped by the fact that second and third place Traal and MSC fought each other to a tense draw) allowed Brantisvogan to stretch their lead over second place to a commanding seven points with just eight matches to play. Algolia were victors, in Arkintoofle continuing the shuffling between second, third, and fourth positions, and continuing Olympia's fall from grace.

Ephesian FC 3-0 Algolia AC

Needing a win or a non-scoreless draw to win Group A, Algolia were pretty well crushed by Ephesian, who finished off their group stage effort having won every match since their first: a scoreless draw at Albrechtsson Park. Nevertheless, Algolia advance comfortably in second place, fully four points clear of Revolutionaries in third.

FC Yassaca 0–0 Emerald Coast
Viltvodle United 1–2 Megabrantid SC
Traal Athletics 1–1 FC Hunian
Han Dold City 3–3 Damogran FC
AC Damogran 2–1 Jaglan Royals
Lublova Reds 1–1 Viltvodle City
Brantisvogan FC 2–2 Olympia Arkintoofle
Algolia AC 2–1 Chalesm FC

With only three winners from this week's fixtures, it was advantage Algolia and MSC in the title race, as they both picked up points pulling within five and six respectively of Brantisvogan. The celebration of Algolia's win was tempered somewhat by the news that Rebljeten, will miss some time after favoring his left knee following a strong challenge by Eichhorn. Antal said in his press conference that he is optimistic that Rebljeten's time away will be brief, but that he will at least miss next week's match against Emerald Coast, as well as the first leg of the Confederacy Cup semis. Damogran, who finally emerged into the top half of the table last week, played another wide open match, and had to settle for one point instead of the three they could have had in Han Dold. Parekh is definitely feeling the heat now, as he seems powerless to stop the flood of goals into his club's net, no matter what tactical or personnel adjustments he tries. It is clear there will be further personnel changes on the field during the upcoming transfer window, but there very well might be some along the touchline as well. Parekh probably could have survived finishing in fifth or sixth, but as things stand his team will be lucky to make the top half at all.

Viltvodle City 3–4 Algolia AC
Traal Athletics 2–1 Chalesm FC

There is a lot left to be decided after the first set of semifinal matches, with both series standing at just a 1-goal aggregate lead. In Viltvodle, Algolia still manage to put up numbers sans Rebljeten, though his replacement, Autenrieth, did not score. Westerlow tallied two, and Gilleran added another before the first half ended. City, however, struck out with determination in the second half, pulling one goal back early on a Hlavacek shot that deflected off of Cadash, leaving Fitzmarten no chance. Erseberg then stepped up, as she has done on occasion, and was seemingly everywhere for the space of about fifteen minutes, scoring one goal and assisting on another for Mogore to pull her team level. Just when it looked like City had salvaged the night though, Kuri managed to thread a through ball between Hammesfahr and Tkermec for Mikhulat, who cut the ball back across goal for Rallinaitis to finish. In Traal, it was also the visitors who got out t an early lead, as Dyranut caught the back line off balance with a well-timed long ball forward that sent Nadzab in alone for a goal. Traal, in typical Traal fashion, tightened up at the back, and delivered a dominating, possession-based performance for the remainder of the evening. With goals from Doba and Aldra, they will be unhappy to have conceded at home, but still look in a good position for the return leg in Chalesm.

Emerald Coast 3–2 Algolia AC
Chalesm FC 3–3 Brantisvogan FC
Olympia Arkintoofle 4–4 Lublova Reds
Viltvodle City 0–0 AC Damogran
Jaglan Royals 2–2 Han Dold City
Damogran FC 2–2 Traal Athletics
FC Hunian 2–3 Viltvodle United
Megabrantid SC 1–0 FC Yassaca

In their second match without Rebljeten, Algolia were unable to keep up with the scoring of a surprising Emerald Coast team, who have stubbornly refused to be beaten down into the relegation zone where many expected to find them. With one of the lowest payroll budgets in the Superleague, and just one player not from the Confederacy, Gobind Srygler should definitely be considered a dark horse for manager of the year, as he has perhaps done more with less than anyone else. While retaining a few veteran players, Emerald Coast is definitely being carried by a collection of players who are yet to enter, or have just entered their primes. Thiel and Stienno gave particularly strong showings this week, scoring all three of their clubs goals between them, and combining for a number of incisive plays down the right flank.

Algolia AC 2–0 Namiri Forest (ZWZ)

The ride goes on for Algolia, as they open up yet another UICA round with a clean sheet victory at home. With Rebljeten still out, Autenrieth was again put into the starting lineup, and this time was able to deliver her first goal for the Suntigers, opening the scoring in the 28th.

Megabrantid SC 1–1 Emerald Coast
FC Yassaca 1–0 FC Hunian
Viltvodle United 0–1 Damogran FC
Traal Athletics 1–4 Jaglan Royals
Han Dold City 4–2 Viltvodle City
AC Damogran 1–2 Olympia Arkintoofle
Lublova Reds 1–1 Chalesm FC
Brantisvogan FC 2–2 Algolia AC

Algolia and Brantisvogan battle to a draw, but no one else in the title hunt can take advantage, as MSC are held even by Emerald Coast, who now look all but certain to stay up, and Traal were somehow on the receiving end of a four goal outburst from Jaglan (how one of the worst attacking teams managed to do that to one of the best defensive teams is entirely beyond me). Damogran continue their arduous climb out of the bottom half with a narrow win at United, getting a goal from Gryspos, and for once keeping a clean sheet at their own end of the field. Yassaca manage to pull even with Traal after their win over Hunian, but at 8 points back of Brantisvogan, neither team seems like a realistic threat to win the league at this point.

Algolia AC 1–1 Viltvodle City
Algolia AC win 5-4 on aggregate
Chalesm FC 3–2 Traal Athletics
Aggregate tied 4-4, Traal Athletics win 2-1 on away goals

Algolia were able to hold serve, clamping down on a City accak that has struggled all year long to hang on to their one-goal aggregate advantage. In Chalesm, things got much more interesting. The home side opened up a two goal lead in the first half on goals from Dyranut and Gandrup, giving themselves an edge in the aggregate. Traal then struck back, pulling even just before halftime on a goal by Avagyan. Had the match remained 2-1, it would have been extra time, but Traal struck again early in the second on a combination play betwen Damot and Aldra, forcing Chalesm to throw everything forward, needing two goals to avoid elimination. They managed to get one, a beautiful, curling free kick from Mitchell, but couldn't break through the Traal defense again. Traal advanced on away goals, 2-1, and will face Algolia in the final.

Emerald Coast 2–4 Brantisvogan FC
Algolia AC 1–1 Lublova Reds
Chalesm FC 4–1 AC Damogran
Olympia Arkintoofle 1–1 Han Dold City
Viltvodle City 0–1 Traal Athletics
Jaglan Royals 2–0 Viltvodle United
Damogran FC 3–3 FC Yassaca
FC Hunian 0–1 Megabrantid SC

Emerald Coast's string of good results against top-half teams comes to an end against Brantisvogan, and along with draws by Yassaca and Algolia, it seems like MSC are the only club with a realistic shot at catching them, needing to make up four points in the four matches remaining. Traal and Algolia would need to pick up eight points in that time, and Yassaca need ten. At the other end of the table, things are starting to look dire for Hunian, HDC, and V City, all of whom have still yet to reach the 25 point plateau. Chalesm and V United look a bit safer at 29 and 31 points respectively. Hunian, at only 21 points would need to win at least three of their remaining matches to fully avoid the relegation zone, assuming Chalesm don't pick up any more points at all. To be frank, they look doomed. HDC and V City have better chances at 24 points, but will still need a lot of help from other results if they are to avoid the drop zone.

(ZWZ) Namiri Forest 2–1 Algolia AC

A close match, but Westerlow notched the crucial away goal early to send Algolia through on aggregate. Namiri Forest were frantically chasing the match, effectively needing four goals to avoid elimination and Algolia drew back into their own end more and more as the match wore on.

FC Hunian 2–2 Emerald Coast
Megabrantid SC 4–3 Damogran FC
FC Yassaca 0–0 Jaglan Royals
Viltvodle United 0–1 Viltvodle City
Traal Athletics 1–0 Olympia Arkintoofle
Han Dold City 2–3 Chalesm FC
AC Damogran 4–2 Algolia AC
Lublova Reds 0–1 Brantisvogan FC

This week, upset by their much smaller rivals, Algolia are eliminated from league contention. Trailing Brantisvogan by eleven points with just three matches to play, they now have no chance to repeat as champions, and they must now focus on defending their UICA spot from Yassaca, just one point behind them in fifth place. Meanwhile, FC Hunian are inches from clinching a spot in the bottom three, as they would need a perfect alignment of results to catch Viltvodle United nine points ahead of them while also caching HDC and V City. For City, this week's Viltvodle Derby victory was a huge boost to their hopes to avoid relegation, as they picked up a six point swing on United, and are now just four points away from safety.


Algolia AC 2–1 Venividicci (FID)

Rebljeten finally returned for Algolia, and while he was held off the scoresheet, his presence at the center of the attack was a major boost, allowing the Suntigers to get the win. While they doubtless would have like to have kept a clean sheet, every win at this point is an upset, and they should be proud of every result.

Emerald Coast 1–4 Lublova Reds
Brantisvogan FC 1–3 AC Damogran
Algolia AC 5–3 Han Dold City
Chalesm FC 0–1 Traal Athletics
Olympia Arkintoofle 1–1 Viltvodle United
Viltvodle City 1–0 FC Yassaca
Jaglan Royals 3–0 Megabrantid SC
Damogran FC 2–1 FC Hunian

Athletic serve up their second straight high profile upset, knocking off Brantisvogan and leaving the door open for MSC to close to within a single point. The second place team, unfortunately, were not at all up to the challenge, getting destroyed by Royals. Traal closed to within a point of second, and can still theoretically reach first, though a single point gained by Brantisvogan over the next two weeks would spoil that chance. Algolia bounced back strongly from the end of their title hopes to put up five goals on HDC, including a hat trick from Rebljeten in his return to league play. Coupled with Yassaca's unexpected loss to City, Algolia now need just one more win to clinch their spot in the Globe Cup. Hunian's loss makes them the first team to be doomed to relegation, and Lytten was predictably issued his marching orders following the match. HDC could theoretically still catch City with perfect results, but effectively they are also relegated, and Aseyneddin will likely follow Lytten as the second manager to be sacked this year.

(FID) Venividicci 1-2 Algolia AC

Duplicating their first leg performance, Algolia now advance to the quarterfinals of the Globe Cup in just their second year participating in the competition. Despite their failure to repeat as league champions, and indeed their elimination from that race with multiple matches yet to play, this achievement, along with their progression to the Confederacy Cup final and high probability of returning to the Globe Cup next year surely make this season a massive success, and with their good mixture of youth and experience, Algolia are set to be a top contender for years to come.

Damogran FC 2–1 Emerald Coast
FC Hunian 1–1 Jaglan Royals
Megabrantid SC 0–1 Viltvodle City
FC Yassaca 2–0 Olympia Arkintoofle
Viltvodle United 2–2 Chalesm FC
Traal Athletics 0–2 Algolia AC
Han Dold City 3–6 Brantisvogan FC
AC Damogran 0–1 Lublova Reds

We have a champion! With one match to spare, Brantisvogan FC have won the Superleague. The league's oldest team has shown that the wisdom of experience can still trump the strength of youth, delivering a crushing defeat to relegation-doomed HDC. This result would have been enough to put the league beyond the reach of MSC even in the event that both clubs were victorious. It's just icing on the cake for Brantisvogan that their cross town rivals and closest remaining competition lost, leaving them seven points clear of second place going into the final matchday. Algolia's victory also puts them out of reach of fifth place Yassaca, meaning the only thing left to decide at the top table is the precise order in which MSC, Traal, and Algolia will enter the Globe Cup. Down at the less auspicious end of the standings, HDC and Hunian are assured of automatic relegation, but three teams are still fighting to avoid the risk of joining them, as City, United, and Chalesm all sit even on 33 points, and are only separated by seven on goal differential.


Algolia AC 0–2 Corinthian Spirits (STB)

For the first time in their UICA run this year, Algolia started a round with a first leg loss, and a home loss at that. They will have their work well and truly cut out for them on the return leg in Starblaydia. As a side note, one has to imagine that Yideg Abhe, late of Viltvodle United, is rather pleased with how his transfer has played out. Last year he was part of the Corinthian Spirits side that won the Liga Starblaydia, and while their Champions' Cup run came to a quicker end than they might have hoped, they are poised to advance to the semifinals unless the Suntigers can come up with something special. Meanwhile, his former team will take the field next week needing a draw at least to have a chance to avoid the relegation playoff.

League 1
MD 21:
Arkintoofle United 1–0 Golgafrincham City
Interblag FC 0–1 Brasta FC
FC Hensha 0–1 Flania Zarss
Sivolvia Central 1–1 Rudlit Rovers
Svetranj United 2–1 Canyons AC
Wavel AC 2–4 FC Sjerezo
Syneca AC 0–1 Wavel Rangers
Sporting Jaglan 0–1 Traktor Gryrorik

MD 22:
Golgafrincham City 1–3 Sporting Jaglan
Traktor Gryrorik 2–0 Syneca AC
Wavel Rangers 0–0 Wavel AC
FC Sjerezo 4–3 Svetranj United
Canyons AC 2–2 Sivolvia Central
Rudlit Rovers 1–0 FC Hensha
Flania Zarss 0–1 Interblag FC
Brasta FC 2–2 Arkintoofle United

MD 23:
Brasta FC 0–0 Golgafrincham City
Arkintoofle United 1–0 Flania Zarss
Interblag FC 0–1 Rudlit Rovers
FC Hensha 5–3 Canyons AC
Sivolvia Central 1–2 FC Sjerezo
Svetranj United 1–1 Wavel Rangers
Wavel AC 1–0 Traktor Gryrorik
Syneca AC 2–1 Sporting Jaglan

MD 24:
Golgafrincham City 1–0 Syneca AC
Sporting Jaglan 1–0 Wavel AC
Traktor Gryrorik 0–2 Svetranj United
Wavel Rangers 1–2 Sivolvia Central
FC Sjerezo 3–3 FC Hensha
Canyons AC 1–4 Interblag FC
Rudlit Rovers 0–0 Arkintoofle United
Flania Zarss 2–2 Brasta FC

MD 25:
Flania Zarss 2–1 Golgafrincham City
Brasta FC 1–1 Rudlit Rovers
Arkintoofle United 2–1 Canyons AC
Interblag FC 1–0 FC Sjerezo
FC Hensha 3–2 Wavel Rangers
Sivolvia Central 1–0 Traktor Gryrorik
Svetranj United 0–3 Sporting Jaglan
Wavel AC 0–1 Syneca AC

MD 26:
Golgafrincham City 1–1 Wavel AC
Syneca AC 2–0 Svetranj United
Sporting Jaglan 2–4 Sivolvia Central
Traktor Gryrorik 0–1 FC Hensha
Wavel Rangers 3–1 Interblag FC
FC Sjerezo 2–0 Arkintoofle United
Canyons AC 1–2 Brasta FC
Rudlit Rovers 1–0 Flania Zarss

MD 27:
Rudlit Rovers 2–1 Golgafrincham City
Flania Zarss 0–2 Canyons AC
Brasta FC 1–1 FC Sjerezo
Arkintoofle United 2–0 Wavel Rangers
Interblag FC 1–0 Traktor Gryrorik
FC Hensha 1–3 Sporting Jaglan
Sivolvia Central 0–1 Syneca AC
Svetranj United 6–4 Wavel AC

MD 28:
Golgafrincham City 1–2 Svetranj United
Wavel AC 3–2 Sivolvia Central
Syneca AC 1–0 FC Hensha
Sporting Jaglan 2–2 Interblag FC
Traktor Gryrorik 0–1 Arkintoofle United
Wavel Rangers 2–2 Brasta FC
FC Sjerezo 0–0 Flania Zarss
Canyons AC 2–2 Rudlit Rovers

MD 29:
Canyons AC 2–2 Golgafrincham City
Rudlit Rovers 0–0 FC Sjerezo
Flania Zarss 0–0 Wavel Rangers
Brasta FC 3–2 Traktor Gryrorik
Arkintoofle United 0–0 Sporting Jaglan
Interblag FC 0–2 Syneca AC
FC Hensha 3–4 Wavel AC
Sivolvia Central 0–3 Svetranj United

League 2
MD 21:
UFC Flamarion 2–0 Flania Traal
Railways AC 2–2 Hensha Rockets
Molvania Lutenblag 1–0 Olympia Sasava
Lokomotiv Dzrebo 1–2 FC Syneca
Revolution Chalesm 0–3 Dynamo Lublova
Porters AC 5–0 Rudlit Miners
Hrund AC 0–1 Dynamo Bardjov
Vassilian City 2–0 Flamarion City

MD 22:
Flania Traal 1–0 Vassilian City
Flamarion City 3–0 Hrund AC
Dynamo Bardjov 0–1 Porters AC
Rudlit Miners 0–3 Revolution Chalesm
Dynamo Lublova 2–2 Lokomotiv Dzrebo
FC Syneca 1–1 Molvania Lutenblag
Olympia Sasava 0–1 Railways AC
Hensha Rockets 1–3 UFC Flamarion

MD 23:
Hensha Rockets 1–2 Flania Traal
UFC Flamarion 5–2 Olympia Sasava
Railways AC 1–0 FC Syneca
Molvania Lutenblag 1–0 Dynamo Lublova
Lokomotiv Dzrebo 1–0 Rudlit Miners
Revolution Chalesm 1–4 Dynamo Bardjov
Porters AC 1–2 Flamarion City
Hrund AC 2–2 Vassilian City

MD 24:
Flania Traal 3–3 Hrund AC
Vassilian City 0–0 Porters AC
Flamarion City 0–0 Revolution Chalesm
Dynamo Bardjov 0–1 Lokomotiv Dzrebo
Rudlit Miners 0–1 Molvania Lutenblag
Dynamo Lublova 3–1 Railways AC
FC Syneca 2–5 UFC Flamarion
Olympia Sasava 0–1 Hensha Rockets

MD 25:
Olympia Sasava 1–0 Flania Traal
Hensha Rockets 0–0 FC Syneca
UFC Flamarion 2–2 Dynamo Lublova
Railways AC 0–2 Rudlit Miners
Molvania Lutenblag 0–0 Dynamo Bardjov
Lokomotiv Dzrebo 1–1 Flamarion City
Revolution Chalesm 0–1 Vassilian City
Porters AC 5–4 Hrund AC

MD 26:
Flania Traal 1–1 Porters AC
Hrund AC 1–1 Revolution Chalesm
Vassilian City 4–0 Lokomotiv Dzrebo
Flamarion City 0–0 Molvania Lutenblag
Dynamo Bardjov 0–2 Railways AC
Rudlit Miners 3–1 UFC Flamarion
Dynamo Lublova 5–4 Hensha Rockets
FC Syneca 0–1 Olympia Sasava

MD 27:
FC Syneca 1–3 Flania Traal
Olympia Sasava 1–0 Dynamo Lublova
Hensha Rockets 2–1 Rudlit Miners
UFC Flamarion 4–2 Dynamo Bardjov
Railways AC 1–1 Flamarion City
Molvania Lutenblag 0–0 Vassilian City
Lokomotiv Dzrebo 1–0 Hrund AC
Revolution Chalesm 0–3 Porters AC

MD 28:
Flania Traal 2–0 Revolution Chalesm
Porters AC 1–2 Lokomotiv Dzrebo
Hrund AC 3–2 Molvania Lutenblag
Vassilian City 1–2 Railways AC
Flamarion City 0–2 UFC Flamarion
Dynamo Bardjov 3–0 Hensha Rockets
Rudlit Miners 1–0 Olympia Sasava
Dynamo Lublova 2–4 FC Syneca

MD 29:
Dynamo Lublova 1–0 Flania Traal
FC Syneca 2–2 Rudlit Miners
Olympia Sasava 1–0 Dynamo Bardjov
Hensha Rockets 1–1 Flamarion City
UFC Flamarion 3–3 Vassilian City
Railways AC 2–2 Hrund AC
Molvania Lutenblag 2–1 Porters AC
Lokomotiv Dzrebo 2–2 Revolution Chalesm

League 3
MD 21:
Granant Rovers 1–2 GIM Bears
Verduga FC 0–0 FC Scovelan
FC Halfarian 1–3 Szlachta Lutenblag
Cramshananteen AC 3–5 Sjerezo Independent
Gachikovo FC 4–4 Mukjus Power FC
Orenfeld AC 0–0 Rennerby Town
Always Ready Brasta 0–0 Arsenal Jzerbo
Avangard Slagvec 3–2 Lizelia FC

MD 22:
GIM Bears 0–1 Avangard Slagvec
Lizelia FC 1–0 Always Ready Brasta
Arsenal Jzerbo 1–0 Orenfeld AC
Rennerby Town 1–2 Gachikovo FC
Mukjus Power FC 0–2 Cramshananteen AC
Sjerezo Independent 1–1 FC Halfarian
Szlachta Lutenblag 0–1 Verduga FC
FC Scovelan 2–1 Granant Rovers

MD 23:
FC Scovelan 0–0 GIM Bears
Granant Rovers 1–1 Szlachta Lutenblag
Verduga FC 3–3 Sjerezo Independent
FC Halfarian 2–0 Mukjus Power FC
Cramshananteen AC 2–0 Rennerby Town
Gachikovo FC 4–3 Arsenal Jzerbo
Orenfeld AC 3–1 Lizelia FC
Always Ready Brasta 0–2 Avangard Slagvec

MD 24:
GIM Bears 1–0 Always Ready Brasta
Avangard Slagvec 0–1 Orenfeld AC
Lizelia FC 3–0 Gachikovo FC
Arsenal Jzerbo 0–0 Cramshananteen AC
Rennerby Town 1–0 FC Halfarian
Mukjus Power FC 1–0 Verduga FC
Sjerezo Independent 3–4 Granant Rovers
Szlachta Lutenblag 0–1 FC Scovelan

MD 25:
Szlachta Lutenblag 1–0 GIM Bears
FC Scovelan 2–2 Sjerezo Independent
Granant Rovers 3–0 Mukjus Power FC
Verduga FC 2–1 Rennerby Town
FC Halfarian 2–3 Arsenal Jzerbo
Cramshananteen AC 1–1 Lizelia FC
Gachikovo FC 1–1 Avangard Slagvec
Orenfeld AC 1–1 Always Ready Brasta

MD 26:
GIM Bears 1–1 Orenfeld AC
Always Ready Brasta 2–2 Gachikovo FC
Avangard Slagvec 1–1 Cramshananteen AC
Lizelia FC 1–2 FC Halfarian
Arsenal Jzerbo 2–2 Verduga FC
Rennerby Town 0–0 Granant Rovers
Mukjus Power FC 4–2 FC Scovelan
Sjerezo Independent 0–3 Szlachta Lutenblag

MD 27:
Sjerezo Independent 2–1 GIM Bears
Szlachta Lutenblag 1–0 Mukjus Power FC
FC Scovelan 0–2 Rennerby Town
Granant Rovers 2–1 Arsenal Jzerbo
Verduga FC 3–2 Lizelia FC
FC Halfarian 1–1 Avangard Slagvec
Cramshananteen AC 2–3 Always Ready Brasta
Gachikovo FC 3–5 Orenfeld AC

MD 28:
GIM Bears 6–3 Gachikovo FC
Orenfeld AC 1–1 Cramshananteen AC
Always Ready Brasta 2–5 FC Halfarian
Avangard Slagvec 3–3 Verduga FC
Lizelia FC 0–0 Granant Rovers
Arsenal Jzerbo 1–0 FC Scovelan
Rennerby Town 0–0 Szlachta Lutenblag
Mukjus Power FC 4–4 Sjerezo Independent

MD 29:
Mukjus Power FC 0–3 GIM Bears
Sjerezo Independent 0–2 Rennerby Town
Szlachta Lutenblag 2–2 Arsenal Jzerbo
FC Scovelan 1–1 Lizelia FC
Granant Rovers 2–2 Avangard Slagvec
Verduga FC 0–2 Always Ready Brasta
FC Halfarian 0–0 Orenfeld AC
Cramshananteen AC 3–2 Gachikovo FC


Superleague Table - One Match to Play
-                        Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Brantisvogan FC 29 17 5 7 58 47 +11 56
2 Megabrantid SC 29 14 7 8 39 39 0 49
3 Algolia AC 29 14 6 9 57 48 +9 48
4 Traal Athletics 29 14 6 9 34 30 +4 48
5 FC Yassaca 29 12 8 9 33 26 +7 44
6 Damogran FC 29 11 10 8 72 67 +5 43
7 Lublova Reds 29 11 10 8 55 53 +2 43
8 Jaglan Royals 29 11 8 10 39 29 +10 41
9 AC Damogran 29 11 7 11 43 45 −2 40
10 Emerald Coast 29 10 8 11 61 63 −2 38
11 Olympia Arkintoofle 29 8 13 8 43 42 +1 37
12 Viltvodle City 29 9 6 14 33 35 −2 33
13 Chalesm FC 29 9 6 14 35 41 −6 33
14 Viltvodle United 29 8 9 12 42 51 −9 33
15 Han Dold City 29 5 9 15 64 81 −17 24
16 FC Hunian 29 5 8 16 41 52 −11 23


League 1 Table
-                        Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 FC Hensha 29 16 6 7 50 38 +12 54
2 Syneca AC 29 17 2 10 48 32 +16 53
3 Sporting Jaglan 29 15 6 8 58 45 +13 51
4 FC Sjerezo 29 14 9 6 47 37 +10 51
5 Brasta FC 29 12 9 8 48 42 +6 45
6 Svetranj United 29 13 5 11 48 53 −5 44
7 Arkintoofle United 29 12 7 10 32 32 0 43
8 Sivolvia Central 29 12 6 11 46 49 −3 42
9 Interblag FC 29 11 8 10 29 26 +3 41
10 Wavel AC 29 10 7 12 44 52 −8 37
11 Canyons AC 29 9 8 12 56 58 −2 35
12 Wavel Rangers 29 9 7 13 36 37 −1 34
13 Golgafrincham City 29 8 9 12 30 37 −7 33
14 Rudlit Rovers 29 8 7 14 21 26 −5 31
15 Flania Zarss 29 8 5 16 22 37 −15 29
16 Traktor Gryrorik 29 6 3 20 24 38 −14 21


League 2 Table
-                        Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 UFC Flamarion 29 15 5 9 59 43 +16 50
2 Lokomotiv Dzrebo 29 14 8 7 37 34 +3 50
3 Flania Traal 29 13 6 10 42 32 +10 45
4 Rudlit Miners 29 13 6 10 32 35 −3 45
5 Dynamo Lublova 29 13 5 11 54 48 +6 44
6 Olympia Sasava 29 13 4 12 29 33 −4 43
7 Railways AC 29 12 6 11 35 33 +2 42
8 Hensha Rockets 29 11 8 10 54 53 +1 41
9 Vassilian City 29 11 6 12 35 32 +3 39
10 Porters AC 29 10 8 11 38 35 +3 38
11 FC Syneca 29 10 8 11 45 49 −4 38
12 Flamarion City 29 9 9 11 33 38 −5 36
13 Dynamo Bardjov 29 10 5 14 28 31 −3 35
14 Hrund AC 29 7 11 11 54 56 −2 32
15 Molvania Lutenblag 29 7 10 12 20 30 −10 31
16 Revolution Chalesm 29 8 7 14 27 40 −13 31


League 3
-                        Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Szlachta Lutenblag 29 17 6 6 44 26 +18 57
2 Avangard Slagvec 29 14 9 6 59 44 +15 51
3 GIM Bears 29 13 10 6 40 25 +15 49
4 Orenfeld AC 29 12 10 7 31 26 +5 46
5 Granant Rovers 29 12 7 10 46 42 +4 43
6 Cramshananteen AC 29 10 9 10 45 40 +5 39
7 Arsenal Jzerbo 29 9 12 8 48 45 +3 39
8 FC Scovelan 29 9 11 9 40 36 +4 38
9 Gachikovo FC 29 10 8 11 61 67 −6 38
10 Always Ready Brasta 29 10 8 11 31 37 −6 38
11 Sjerezo Independent 29 9 10 10 64 70 −6 37
12 Lizelia FC 29 9 9 11 33 38 −5 36
13 FC Halfarian 29 8 8 13 35 41 −6 32
14 Verduga FC 29 7 10 12 36 43 −7 31
15 Rennerby Town 29 6 12 11 27 36 −9 30
16 Mukjus Power FC 29 4 7 18 24 48 −24 19
The Confederacy of Squornshelan Remnant States
True Democratic Successor to the nation of Squornshelous
Trigram: SRS
KPB Ranking: 14.68 (49th)
World Cup:
Did not Qualify: WC81, WC82, WC83, WC84, WC85
Cup of Harmony:
Quarterfinalist: CoH73, CoH75
Second Round: CoH74
First Round: CoH76, CoH77
IAC:
Third Place: IAC8
Second Round: IAC6, IAC7
Other:
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SCFA Season 3: Part 4

Postby Squornshelan Remnant States » Sun Jun 30, 2019 11:51 am

While most team's general fates are already sealed, there are several matches with the potential to affect the final standings. The most impactful will be Algolia - United, Brantisvogan - Traal, Olympia - MSC, City - Hunian, and Chalesm - Yassaca. These four matches will determine which of City, United, and Chalesm head to the relegation playoff, and what order MSC, Algolia, and Traal enter next year's Globe Cup. There are a few other matches with potential to influence the standings, but the teams involved are playing for pride, with nothing of substance to gain or lose for either side. The most interesting of these are a pair of all-Algolian matches pitting Royals against Damogran, and Athletic against Emerald Coast. HDC at Reds was not entirely irrelevant, only mostly so.
Emerald Coast 3–2 AC Damogran
Lublova Reds 2–4 Han Dold City
Brantisvogan FC 0–0 Traal Athletics
Algolia AC 2–2 Viltvodle United
Chalesm FC 2–1 FC Yassaca
Olympia Arkintoofle 0–3 Megabrantid SC
Viltvodle City 0–1 FC Hunian
Jaglan Royals 3–4 Damogran FC

And so, the order of the top four remains unchanged, with Brantisvogan emphatically punching their ticket to the Champions' Cup, though the team that actually participates in that tournament will likely look much different from the current one, as several players look about ready to hang up their boots. Behind them, MSC finish strong in second, while Algolia edge Traal for third on goal differential. Damogran finish their late-season surge with a win in Jaglan, and catch Yassaca at the finish for fifth place, only three points away from fourth, though this is more to other clubs' struggles than their own success. Whether this finish will be enough to save Parekh's job remains to be seen, however, as just a few better results early on could've seen Damogran return to the Globe Cup. Jaglan had an extremely disappointing year, barely hanging on to a top half finish ahead of the biggest overachievers of the year, Emerald Coast. Lublova had the above-average but not spectacular season that most expected of them, while Olympia were also very disappointed in their finish, falling deep into the bottom half. The biggest disappointments though, have to be the Viltvodle teams, who both hoped to finish around the middle of the pack, and ended up battling desperately to avoid the drop. As it standings, United are safe, but city will have to face off with Sporting to defend their position in the Superleague.
League 1
Golgafrincham City 4–4 Sivolvia Central
Svetranj United 0–2 FC Hensha
Wavel AC 0–0 Interblag FC
Syneca AC 2–0 Arkintoofle United
Sporting Jaglan 2–2 Brasta FC
Traktor Gryrorik 5–0 Flania Zarss
Wavel Rangers 0–1 Rudlit Rovers
FC Sjerezo 4–5 Canyons AC

League 2
Flania Traal 0–1 Lokomotiv Dzrebo
Revolution Chalesm 1–1 Molvania Lutenblag
Porters AC 0–2 Railways AC
Hrund AC 1–1 UFC Flamarion
Vassilian City 1–1 Hensha Rockets
Flamarion City 0–0 Olympia Sasava
Dynamo Bardjov 2–1 FC Syneca
Rudlit Miners 1–0 Dynamo Lublova

League 3
GIM Bears 0–1 Cramshananteen AC
Gachikovo FC 3–1 FC Halfarian
Orenfeld AC 1–2 Verduga FC
Always Ready Brasta 1–0 Granant Rovers
Avangard Slagvec 1–2 FC Scovelan
Lizelia FC 3–2 Szlachta Lutenblag
Arsenal Jzerbo 1–1 Sjerezo Independent
Rennerby Town 1–0 Mukjus Power FC


Corinthian Spirits 0–1 Algolia AC

So close and yet so far. The Suntigers took the second-leg victory in Starblaydia, but were unable to come up with a second goal to force extra time. Losing by and aggregate score of 1-2, Algolia bow out of the competition, but can nonetheless be proud of their unexpected run to the last eight. Having already clinched their participation in next year's edition, you can be sure Algolian fans and players are eagerly looking forward to taking another crack at the Globe Cup soon.

Superleague v League 1:
Sporting Jaglan 3–1 Viltvodle City
Viltvodle City 0–4 Sporting Jaglan
Sporting Jaglan win 7-1 on aggregate

League 1 v League 2
Rudlit Miners 2–1 Golgafrincham City
Golgafrincham City 1–2 Rudlit Miners
Rudlit Miners win 4-2 on aggregate

League 2 v League 3
GIM Bears 0–1 Hrund AC
Hrund AC 0–2 GIM Bears
GIM Bears win 2-1 on aggregate

In an impressive showing for smaller clubs, all three lower league teams are victorious. A nightmare of a season for City ends in truly nightmarish fashion. After being the first SCFA team in action so many months ago, and sparking worries over their attack with a poor performance in the SBCC, Sporting not only punch their ticket for a return to that competition, but overwhelm their Superleague opponents with an avalanche of goals. Expect very few familiar names to play for City in League 1 next year. Miners put together a much less spectacular, but very respectable pair of wins to continue Golgafrincham's trend of playing in League 1 and 2 in alternate seasons. Finally, GIM Bears, G City's cross-town rival shut Hrund's attack down completely on their way up to League 2, where they will have a chance to play City in the first all-Golgafrincham matches under the SCFA.

Algolia AC 0–1 Traal Athletics
@ Bridger Lane, Damogran, Algolia

While Brantisvogan were runaway winners this year, the preceding two league champions met in the Confederacy Cup final with an opportunity to take home some alternative hardware. A more even matchup could scarcely be asked for, as these two teams finished in the league with identical records in terms of wins draws and losses, and were only separated by 5 on goal differential. Algolia's matches featured a lot more goals, with 59 scored to Traal's 34. It's an extremely difficult match to predict, with oddsmakers giving Traal a very slight edge on the basis of the effect of Algolia's very crowded schedule this year on player fatigue. If the match opens up into a goalscoring race, one is inclined to favor Algolia, while a tight match with few chances would play more into Traal's hands.
As the match unfolded, it became clear that Traal were going to have their way. The ball spent a lot of time bogged down in midfield, and most shooting opportunities were from sufficient distance as to give Munib and Fitzmarten little trouble. Halftime came and went without significant incident, and it was only a change in tactics from Algolia in the second that started to produce results. The Suntigers were much more aggressive, looking to play long balls up toward Westerlow and Rebljeten, and then push numbers up in support. A few times, this resulted in Munib being tested, including a screamer from distance by GIlleran which dipped and shimmied as if it had a mind of its own. Munib only just got a hand to it and tipped it over the bar. Just as often, however, the well-drilled Traal back line were able to force a turnover as Algolia rushed forward, and launch the ball back the other way, creating several dangerous looking breaks, most of which went in want of a better finish. It was not until the 73rd minute that Kroes would finally break the deadlock, joining Avagyan and Aldra on the counter. She found her way into some open space and played the square ball from Avagyan first touch, smashing it just inside the near post. Algolia's redoubled efforts in the final 20 minutes gave Munib plenty of work to do, but they were unable to find that crucial strike to pull even. For the first time, the Confederacy Cup final ended without the need for extra time or a penalty shootout. Traal are the first repeat champions, and will enter both the Globe Cup and Cygnus Cup next year.

Superleague Final Table
-                        Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Brantisvogan FC 30 17 6 7 58 47 +11 57 UICA CC, SCFA Super Cup
2 Megabrantid SC 30 15 7 8 42 39 +3 52 UICA GC
3 Algolia AC 30 14 7 9 59 50 +9 49 UICA GC
4 Traal Athletics 30 14 7 9 34 30 +4 49 UICA GC, Cygnus Cup, SCFA Super Cup

5 Damogran FC 30 12 10 8 76 70 +6 46
6 FC Yassaca 30 12 8 10 34 28 +6 44
7 Lublova Reds 30 11 10 9 57 57 0 43
8 Jaglan Royals 30 11 8 11 42 33 +9 41
9 Emerald Coast 30 11 8 11 64 65 −1 41
10 AC Damogran 30 11 7 12 45 48 −3 40
11 Olympia Arkintoofle 30 8 13 9 43 45 −2 37
12 Chalesm FC 30 10 6 14 37 42 −5 36
13 Viltvodle United 30 8 10 12 44 53 −9 34
14 Viltvodle City 30 9 6 15 33 36 −3 33 Relegation to League 1
15 Han Dold City 30 6 9 15 68 83 −15 27 Relegation to League 1
16 FC Hunian 30 6 8 16 42 52 −10 26 Relegation to League 1


League 1 Final Table
-                        Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 FC Hensha 30 17 6 7 52 38 +14 57 Promotion to Superleague, UICA SBCC
2 Syneca AC 30 18 2 10 50 32 +18 56 Promotion to Superleague, UICA SBCC
3 Sporting Jaglan 30 15 7 8 60 47 +13 52 Promotion to Superleague, UICA SBCC

4 FC Sjerezo 30 14 9 7 51 42 +9 51
5 Brasta FC 30 12 10 8 50 44 +6 46
6 Svetranj United 30 13 5 12 48 55 −7 44
7 Arkintoofle United 30 12 7 11 32 34 −2 43
8 Sivolvia Central 30 12 7 11 50 53 −3 43
9 Interblag FC 30 11 9 10 29 26 +3 42
10 Canyons AC 30 10 8 12 61 62 −1 38
11 Wavel AC 30 10 8 12 44 52 −8 38
12 Wavel Rangers 30 9 7 14 36 38 −2 34
13 Rudlit Rovers 30 9 7 14 22 26 −4 34
14 Golgafrincham City 30 8 10 12 34 41 −7 34 Relegation to League 2
15 Flania Zarss 30 8 5 17 22 42 −20 29 Relegation to League 2
16 Traktor Gryrorik 30 7 3 20 29 38 −9 24 Relegation to League 2


League 2 Final Table
-                        Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Lokomotiv Dzrebo 30 15 8 7 38 34 +4 53 Promotion to League 1
2 UFC Flamarion 30 15 6 9 60 44 +16 51 Promotion to League 1
3 Rudlit Miners 30 14 6 10 33 35 −2 48 Promotion to League 1

4 Flania Traal 30 13 6 11 42 33 +9 45
5 Railways AC 30 13 6 11 37 33 +4 45
6 Dynamo Lublova 30 13 5 12 54 49 +5 44
7 Olympia Sasava 30 13 5 12 29 33 −4 44
8 Hensha Rockets 30 11 9 10 55 54 +1 42
9 Vassilian City 30 11 7 12 36 33 +3 40
10 Porters AC 30 10 8 12 38 37 +1 38
11 Dynamo Bardjov 30 11 5 14 30 32 −2 38
12 FC Syneca 30 10 8 12 46 51 −5 38
13 Flamarion City 30 9 10 11 33 38 −5 37
14 Hrund AC 30 7 12 11 55 57 −2 33 Relegation to League 3
15 Molvania Lutenblag 30 7 11 12 21 31 −10 32 Relegation to League 3
16 Revolution Chalesm 30 8 8 14 28 41 −13 32 Relegation to League 3


League 3 Final Table
-                        Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Szlachta Lutenblag 30 17 6 7 46 29 +17 57 Promotion to League 2
2 Avangard Slagvec 30 14 9 7 60 46 +14 51 Promotion to League 2
3 GIM Bears 30 13 10 7 40 26 +14 49 Promotion to League 2

4 Orenfeld AC 30 12 10 8 32 28 +4 46
5 Granant Rovers 30 12 7 11 46 43 +3 43
6 Cramshananteen AC 30 11 9 10 46 40 +6 42
7 FC Scovelan 30 10 11 9 42 37 +5 41
8 Gachikovo FC 30 11 8 11 64 68 −4 41
9 Always Ready Brasta 30 11 8 11 32 37 −5 41
10 Arsenal Jzerbo 30 9 13 8 49 46 +3 40
11 Lizelia FC 30 10 9 11 36 40 −4 39
12 Sjerezo Independent 30 9 11 10 65 71 −6 38
13 Verduga FC 30 8 10 12 38 44 −6 34
14 Rennerby Town 30 7 12 11 28 36 −8 33
15 FC Halfarian 30 8 8 14 36 44 −8 32
16 Mukjus Power FC 30 4 7 19 24 49 −25 19
The Confederacy of Squornshelan Remnant States
True Democratic Successor to the nation of Squornshelous
Trigram: SRS
KPB Ranking: 14.68 (49th)
World Cup:
Did not Qualify: WC81, WC82, WC83, WC84, WC85
Cup of Harmony:
Quarterfinalist: CoH73, CoH75
Second Round: CoH74
First Round: CoH76, CoH77
IAC:
Third Place: IAC8
Second Round: IAC6, IAC7
Other:
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Season 4 League 1 Preview

Postby Squornshelan Remnant States » Sun Nov 24, 2019 2:15 pm

League 1
League 1, the inappropriately named second tier of Confederate domestic football, is an interesting mix of teams that could potentially make it in the top tier, and teams that are definitely nowhere near that level, with a few oddballs falling somewhere in the middle. With foreign players banned from participation, the league has a definite focus on both youth development, and making the most of cast-off players from the Superleague. This year's edition features all four clubs from the Confederate state of Han Dold, as well as four more from Molvania, three from Megabrantis, two each from Sivolvia and East Flania, and a single club from Algolia.

Arkintoofle United
City: Arkintoofle, Megabrantis
Manager: Devang Kadmyan
Captain: Danin Bontu
Club Summary: Ark U have yet to enjoy the success of their cross-town rivals, Olympia. They tend to play a pretty defensive style of football, and can usually be relied upon to accrue their share of bookings each week. Ark U are usually fairly popular among neutrals, many of whom would like to see them supplant Olympia as the city's best team. They have a long way to go to make that a reality, even considering the backward strides Olympia have made of late.
Last Year: 7th
Prediction: Ark U haven't done enough to get better. The skill level in League 1 is increasing fast, and anyone standing still will be left behind. 7th
In:
PlayerPos.ClubAgeFee
Holgar GschwindRMAlgolia AC31Free
Yudos AmezagaSTFC Hunian30Free

Roster:
GK  Helaia Sivitri   24   SRS    F
LB Zaal Gravset 32 SRS M
CB Eyin Selvala 26 SRS F
CB Danin Bontu 29 SRS M
RB Kalevi Schalnus 23 SRS M
LM Kaspar Schovajsa 30 SRS M
CM Devith Prinkin 18 SRS M
CM Petra Silumgar 27 SRS F
RM Holgar Gschwind 31 SRS M
ST Yudos Amezaga 30 SRS M
ST Ganter Predlov 29 SRS M
Subs:
GK Arneth Kolaghan 22 SRS M
D Azat Yllonen 19 SRS F
D Volad Arnessen 23 SRS M
M Firuza Khadgar 23 SRS F
M Desna Sulvik 19 SRS F
F Sitka Gurung 20 SRS F


Brasta FC
City: Brasta, Sivolvia
Manager: Jigar Cisneros
Captain:Uolevi Karu
Club Summary: The largest club in Sivolvia's smallest major city, which is also the southernmost in the Confederacy, Brasta's gold and gray symbolize the sand and lava rock of the local beaches. This year, the club is at an interesting crossroads. Historically, they have played an extremely aggressive brand of football, but are now under the command of defensive guru Cisneros, reducing goals allowed by a massive 0.5 per match, while goals for fell by only 0.3 per match in his first year at the helm. An exciting time to be a Brasta fan to be sure.
Last Year: 5th
Prediction: Brasta added some key talent to the middle of the field, and though the age of their team doesn't bode well for the future, they will be strong contenders for automatic promotion. 2nd
Out:
PlayerPos.ClubAgeFee
Olev CleggLBFC Yassaca290.4M
Gaioz WysorCBLokomotiv Dzrebo32Free
Lakhan StavishCMFlania Zarss29Free
Zlece KortajarenaAMCanyons AC33Free

In:
PlayerPos.ClubAgeFee
Margath HelderCBTraal Athletics260.3M
Aatos HavnerCMMegabrantid SC31Free
Housam VoyelsCM/DMFC Yassaca32Free

Roster:
GK  Dolozan Zsofka    31   SRS    M
LB Walda Harkhan 19 SRS F
CB Margath Helder 26 SRS M
RB Kekoan Tschida 27 SRS M
CDM Housam Voyels 32 SRS M
CM Jasso Manobat 30 SRS M
CM Aatos Havner 31 SRS M
LAM Eetu Pianka 26 SRS M
RAM Uolevi Karu 32 SRS M
ST Ullin Dakna 25 SRS M
ST Eldan Yarritu 28 SRS M
Subs:
GK Hekima Drenel 21 SRS F
D Baral Mailar 24 SRS M
D Khajag Albani 20 SRS M
M Danitha Najzar 20 SRS F
M Yrel Velen 21 SRS F
F Tehmina Palani 18 SRS F


Canyons AC
City: Han Dold City, Han Dold
Manager: Aerhyd Aseyneddin
Captain: Meros Delevan
Club Summary: Canyons has a reputation as a club for hippies and hyperenvironmental nutjobs which is not entirely undeserved. It's a fashionable jersey to be seen wearing if you're a conservation-minded celebrity, but their real fanbase is rather smallish, vastly outnumbered by HDCFC supporters. Having neither long tradition nor great riches, Canyons have a massive inferiority complex directed at their larger rival, and will be delighted to have the chance to add to their post-relegation misery, especially since they have just hired HDC's outgoing manager.
Last Year: 10th
Prediction: The incoming transfers at Canyons can charitably be described as "experienced." 11th
In:
PlayerPos.ClubAgeFee
Khos NawabiCMFC Hunian30Free
Tehmin JaglaniLBEmerald Coast33Free
Emil MogoreSTViltvodle City31Free
Zlece KortajarenaAMBrasta FC33Free

Roster:
GK  Paderau Ciardha   32   SRS    M
LB Tehmin Jaglani 33 SRS M
CB Agwe Gadeirus 29 SRS M
CB Meros Delevan 30 SRS M
RB Morna Pharlain 23 SRS F
LM Maiev Feidhlim 21 SRS F
CM Khos Nawabi 30 SRS M
RM Urho Plesek 27 SRS M
RF Zlece Kortajarena 33 SRS M
CF Emil Mogore 31 SRS M
LF Astriona Dubh 28 SRS F
Subs:
GK Aldar Friel 22 SRS M
D Comgal Glaidh 21 SRS M
D Sile Mathan 18 SRS F
M Malkar Honared 18 SRS M
M Mabyn Diomas 25 SRS F
F Ffion Brighde 21 SRS F



Lokomotiv Dzrebo
City: Dzrebo, Molvania
Manager: Antonin Terviuc
Captain: Dzimitri Verenic
Club Summary: Lokomotiv, as one might guess, has historical ties to the Molvanian railroad industry, which misguidedly once tried to establish Dzrebo as an eastern Molvanian railway hub, neglecting to note that there was practically nothing of note beyond Dzrebo to which anyone might wish to go by rail. Nevertheless, the cultural connection remains. Proud groups of ultras in railway uniforms fill the stands, and the club has long since given up trying to stop fans from smuggling air horns into the stadium.
Last Year: Champions, League 2
Prediction: Dzrebo didn't bring in much help, and look to be out of their depth in League 1. 16th
In:
PlayerPos.ClubAgeFee
Gaioz WysorCBBrasta FC32Free
Tervi PyatlovSTFlania Zarss32Free

Roster:
GK  Ivan Genic         26   SRS    M
LB Volad Dragiuc 27 SRS M
CB Gaioz Wysor 32 SRS M
CB Urho Kneib 28 SRS M
RB Mija Grabundzija 23 SRS F
LM Haleth Bubnic 18 SRS F
CM Gyidor Tzoric 30 SRS M
RM Pitran Schuchardt 30 SRS M
RF Dzmitri Verenic 29 SRS M
ST Tervi Pyatlov 32 SRS M
LF Aitor Koptsev 29 SRS M
Subs:
GK Lilyana Brzezickin 19 SRS F
D Elzbieta Klimek 19 SRS F
D Bozydar Maslanka 18 SRS M
M Zhivka Szwedkov 21 SRS F
M Blazej Kucera 22 SRS M
F Ljudmila Savka 20 SRS F



UFC Flamarion
City: Flamarion, Megabrantis
Manager: Shorath Haldas
Captain: Ithel Rhyderch
Club Summary: UFC, after clawing their way out of League 2, will have the chance to renew their heated rivalry with Ark U, their closest neighbors in terms of both geography and class. As a city, Flamarion's original raison d'etre was as a river port with close proximity to a reliable salt mine, which still produces today. Yes, their fans have heard every joke conceivable about saltiness.
Last Year: 2nd, League 2
Prediction: UFC look to have done just enough in the transfer window to scrape by. 13th
In:
PlayerPos.ClubAgeFee
Janar FalkradLBFlania Zarss280.2M
Hortas JichaCBFC Hunian33Free
Gochan AksoyCMEmerald Coast32Free
Odhran FjelleradLMFlania Zarss30Free

Roster:
GK  Melia Siriane     25   SRS    F
LB Janar Falkrad 28 SRS M
CB Hortas Jicha 33 SRS M
CB Anekke Brill 25 SRS F
RB Nabin Vongxay 26 SRS M
DM Vinstasia Rodus 27 SRS F
LM Odhran Fjellerad 30 SRS M
CM Gochan Aksoy 32 SRS M
RM Anders Hjort 28 SRS M
AM Ithel Rhyderch 30 SRS M
ST Fabre Laxalt 29 SRS M
Subs:
GK Surjit Amatya 20 SRS M
D Dala Etoka 18 SRS F
D Alidia Priam 21 SRS F
M Melun Adikhari 19 SRS F
M Jigar Povets 24 SRS M
F Helna Dhooper 20 SRS F


Han Dold City FC
City: Han Dold City, Han Dold
Manager: Sovrag Scordo
Captain: Arwel Caswyddian
Club Summary: By far the largest and best-supported club in the state of Han Dold, Han Dold City are a middle of the pack type team renowned for the outrageous behavior of their fans, who are known for impossibly loud chants, and outrageous stunts at tailgate and match-watching parties. A match without at least a dozen folding-table related hospitalizations is a dull affair in Han Dold City. Fallen from their accustomed spot in the top tier, HDC can nonetheless expect good attendance and deafening support from their rabid fanbase.
Last Year: 15th, Superleague
Prediction: Significant losses after relegation were not replaced. HDC should get used to life in the second tier. 9th
Out:
PlayerPos.ClubAgeFee
Naiva StorrevRMFracisca Orient (BRE)231M
Jurzse BedesnjakSTChalesm FC270.8M
Sigmund Howson (BRE)GKHawthorne United (XAN)36Free
Liuwyn IarnuconLMWavel Rangers32Free
Tahvo VedalkenCMSuzumiya Brigade (HIN)34Free

In:
PlayerPos.ClubAgeFee
Djor LohaniGKViltvodle City320.25M
Kekoan PoberSTFC Hunian280.2M

Roster:
Pos Player             Age   Nat.  Gen. 
GK Djor Lohani 32 SRS M
LB Rhodri Bortnan 29 SRS M
CB Wydwen Myrtagh 25 SRS F
CB Sieffre Deheubarth 28 SRS M
RB Koit Isarn 27 SRS M
LM Aoife Jens 20 SRS F
CM Lasko Shokta 25 SRS M
CM Arwel Caswyddian 30 SRS M
RM Helaia Kugen 24 SRS F
CF Svogthir Rasczak 27 SRS M
ST Kekoan Pober 28 SRS M
Subs:
GK Tishan Gower 26 SRS F
D Greven Arist 23 SRS M
D Wryget Floddyn 22 SRS M
M Iuri Balan 18 SRS M
M Siobhan Kahle 19 SRS F
F Rodden Yasov 23 SRS M



FC Hunian
City: Hunian, Algolia
Manager: Yarel Antonov
Captain: Gide Najzar
Club Summary: Hunian are a club that have struggled to make a mark on their local football landscape. They have proven unable to compete on the same level as the Big Three (Algolia, Damogran, and Royals) and the recent ascendancy or Athletic has also left them behind. Now even Sporting seem to have passed them by, and the club must face the fact that if they don't take some kindof action soon, they could tumble all the way down to the bottom rungs of the Algolian football ladder with the likes of Vassilian and Halfarian. At least there's plenty of excellent Hunian wine around to drown their sorrows.
Last Year: 16th, Superleague
Prediction: Hunian also suffered a massive exodus, and had trouble attracting new talent. Investment in youth development is their best bet for the future. 10th
Out:
PlayerPos.ClubAgeFee
Aram GnauGKViltvodle United300.6M
Pell RakiricCMSporting Jaglan260.5M
Kekoan PoberSTHan Dold City280.2M
Bedros AlsogarayLBProudcastle (BRE)34Free
Taye SookramRMSivolvia Central31Free
Khos NawabiCMCanyons AC30Free
Yudos AmezagaSTArkintoofle United30Free
Hortas JichaCBUFC Flamarion33Free

In:
PlayerPos.ClubAgeFee
Khajag OonarCMViltvodle United280.3M
Gurgen DziublaSTDynamo Lublova260.3M

Roster:
Pos Player           Age   Nat.  Gen. 
GK Pia Pavia 26 SRS F
LB Dmitri Garna 22 SRS M
CB Eder Ulloa 26 SRS M
CB Gide Najzar 29 SRS M
RB Nyella Lieftinck 22 SRS F
LM Geralf Zunic 24 SRS M
CM Khajag Oonar 28 SRS M
CM Tahvo Zaveri 28 SRS M
RM Pavel Dromokov 23 SRS M
ST Gurgen Dziubla 26 SRS M
ST Priti Arzun 19 SRS F
Subs:
GK Cordrut Malanta 20 SRS M
D Jayesh Ramina 22 SRS M
D Breda Nedels 18 SRS F
M Haryat Prada 20 SRS F
M Perko Halles 19 SRS M
F Jundar Eklund 22 SRS M



Interblag FC
City: Lutenblag, Molvania
Manager: Viordar Haczliov
Captain: Zholtokh Dzrenin
Club Summary: Molvania's oldest and best-supported club is frequently in the news for non-footballing reasons. It's ownership and management is frequently a quagmire of corruption, nepotism, and ties to organized crime, and the club's financial records always seem to be of great interest to the confederate police bureau. On the field it's feast and famine, as the club's murky finances mean a lack of roster stability, wild swings in quality from year to year, and frequent transfer window fire sales. A multi-agency task force hoping to bring crime and corruption in Molvania under control will doubtless benefit Interblag in the long run, but it'll be chaos for the next few years if the club gets caught up in the dragnet.
Last Year: 9th
Prediction: The captain stays on for one last charge, and the young talent is starting to come along, but it won't quite be enough to see them return to the top tier. 5th
Out:
PlayerPos.ClubAgeFee
Vaarin DetkovLMJaglan Royals280.6M

In:
PlayerPos.ClubAgeFee
Dietmar KlontzCMOlympia Arkintoofle32Free

Roster:
GK  Lakhan Porkuni     26   SRS    M
LB Kovar Antic 31 SRS M
CB Svardo Vrboska 24 SRS M
CB Davorka Sevcik 23 SRS F
RB Antonin Zheleznik 23 SRS M
CDM Halina Knezevic 21 SRS F
LM Helder Geurkink 19 SRS M
RM Zachevs Shveikin 29 SRS M
CAM Zholtokh Dzrenin 36 SRS M
ST Dragan Mlakor 28 SRS M
ST Luka Kasun 22 SRS M
Subs:
GK Marzanna Furnadjev 20 SRS F
D Krzesimir Hadjiev 20 SRS M
D Prijat Vodsavo 18 SRS F
M Zbigniew Biskup 22 SRS M
M Stela Dzunovski 21 SRS F
F Viketnija Krastev 20 SRS F



Rudlit Miners
City: Rudlit, East Flania
Manager: Insco Desh
Captain: Terentis Ebeling
Club Summary: In Rudlit, there is no white collar vs blue collar football rivalry because it is a town essentially without a white collar, nearly everyone is employed either in mining somehow, or in processing other raw materials derived from the region's abundant forests. Or at least that's how it used to be. The postmodern economy has arrived in Rudlit, meaning that the largest industries in town these days are service related, but the old divide remains. Club support in Rudlit runs in the blood. The rivaly is more friendly than contentious though, and Rudlitters will argue vehemently during the match, but then go for drinks together afterward, and they are united by their strong dislike of both Traal teams. Inter-fandom marriage would be impossible otherwise.
Last Year: 3rd, League 2
Prediction: They've brought in a few decent players, Inisfallen in particular, but they don't look ready to play at this level. 15th
In:
PlayerPos.ClubAgeFee
Hagos OdurCBFC Hensha34Free
Dobias InisfallenCBJaglan Royals25Free
Brehan DuhaldCMSyneca AC32Free

Roster:
GK  Lissa Vaduz       27   SRS    F
LWB Gardiye Musil 31 SRS M
CB Hagos Odur 34 SRS M
CB Terentis Ebeling 27 SRS M
CB Dobias Inisfallen 25 SRS M
RWB Sava Kolar 21 SRS F
LM Lopal Izborsk 28 SRS M
CM Brehan Duhald 32 SRS M
RM Jesper Krantz 29 SRS M
ST Chario Zoucha 23 SRS M
ST Ahtan Sherfey 32 SRS M
Subs:
GK Lazav Pierat 19 SRS M
D Kielo Hanvald 19 SRS F
D Toma Perish 21 SRS F
M Ingvald Tangeman 21 SRS M
M Arisha Schultes 22 SRS F
F Truus Heimisch 18 SRS F



Rudlit Rovers
City: Rudlit, East Flania
Manager: Karsan Lytten
Captain: Kaleos Rasellin
Club Summary: Nearly everything said of Miners can also be said of Rovers. Lately, the red and blue have had slightly better fortune than the gray and black, but superiority for one club never lasts too long. If one or both can manage to stick around at League 1 or above for any length of time that could change, but it doesn't look too likely.
Last Year: 13th
Prediction: After a year barely scraping by, Rovers look to be on a course to return to the lower levels of the SCFA pyramid. 14th
In:
PlayerPos.ClubAgeFee
Vakhtang LorschSTAC Damogran250.3M
Danin StrunaLMAC Damogran31Free
Voskis DaugiraitisCMFlania Zarss30Free

Roster:
GK  Galina Zlatkovic   26   SRS    F
LB Ljubomir Guerlein 24 SRS M
CB Yafos Orlov 30 SRS M
CB Gerdt Fangman 21 SRS M
RB Vraska Petrov 22 SRS F
LM Danin Struna 31 SRS M
CM Voskis Daugiraitis 30 SRS M
CM Kaleos Rasellin 28 SRS M
RM Teysa Barga 18 SRS F
ST Raluka Cizek 20 SRS F
ST Vakhtang Lorsch 25 SRS M
Subs:
GK Siv Koemans 23 SRS F
D Mladen Visnovsky 22 SRS M
D Svenja Baste 20 SRS F
M Izak Korolyov 21 SRS M
M Albina Lowens 19 SRS F
F Kettil Akkeren 18 SRS M


Sivolvia Central
City: Yassaca, Sivolvia
Manager: Suljo Kabagenyi
Captain: Nyoman Shudet
Club Summary: Used to playing a distantly second fiddle to FC Yassaca, Central are enjoying some success of their own, and will be grateful for a chance to test themselves against a team like Brasta, who just a few short years ago would have considered themselves a class above Central.
Last Year: 8th
Prediction: Losing Orgatz stings, but they've done enough in the transfer window to improve a bit, and could be a dark horse for promotion if teams ahead of them stumble. 6th
Out:
PlayerPos.ClubAgeFee
Rasim OrgatzRMSporting Jaglan270.25M
Agim SoteloCBRailways30Free
Aatos MersuSTPorters29Free

In:
PlayerPos.ClubAgeFee
Jirar KoeruLMViltvodle United290.25M
Yafos BootsmaCBFC Yassaca280.25M
Prasert ZupanSTFC Yassaca30Free
Taye SookramRMFC Hunian31Free

Roster:
GK  Nyoman Shudet      31   SRS    M
LB Darya Macar 22 SRS F
CB Faran Shudet 29 SRS M
CB Yafos Bootsma 28 SRS M
RB Malia Nekefha 25 SRS F
LM Jirar Koeru 29 SRS M
CM Dibran Anitza 28 SRS M
CM Snezhanna Khan 24 SRS F
RM Taye Sookram 31 SRS M
ST Visvaldis Shveikin 27 SRS M
ST Prasert Zupan 30 SRS M
Subs:
GK Ghayth Tilki 20 SRS M
D Talaat Demirki 23 SRS F
D Aysel Ekmek 19 SRS F
M Besarion Meewcha 28 SRS M
M Sait Behruz 21 SRS M
F Hania Amjol 22 SRS F



FC Sjerezo
City: Sjerezo, Molvania
Manager: Parthag Viazdek
Captain: Bojan Portniagin
Club Summary: Sjerezo will continue their spirited rivalry against Svetranj this year, but the real story is the club's continued resurgence after one of the more miserable seasons in recent memory. In season 2, they failed to win a match until week 14, and finished third from last with an incredible 101 goals against. Of other teams finishing with them in what would have been the relegation zone, Central finished a mediocre eighth last year, and Zarss were relegated in fifteenth. Sjerezo, however, missed out on promotion by a single point. Former assistant Parthag Viazdek looks comfortable going into his second full year at the helm, and Sjerezo look ready to put themselves back on the map.
Last Year: 4th
Prediction: Klepacki will be a definite help in goal, and Duewel should work well enough with Cervkle to give Sjerezo a chance. 3rd
Out:
PlayerPos.ClubAgeFee
Daczibog KetadzicCBViltvodle United270.25M
Jurzse CiernikGKTraktor Gryrorik34Free

In:
PlayerPos.ClubAgeFee
Bruse DuewelSTLublova Reds280.3M
Dzemetz KlepackiGKViltvodle United30Free

Roster:
GK  Dzemetz Klepacki  30   SRS    M
LB Volad Miazga 30 SRS M
CB Mala Handziak 25 SRS F
CB Dalia Arikancic 24 SRS F
RB Nikod Ketur 26 SRS M
LM Zelso Cervkle 27 SRS M
CM Ctibor Zerkalnov 29 SRS M
CM Agata Farnau 22 SRS F
RM Bojan Portniagin 30 SRS M
CAM Radjor Kovacs 27 SRS M
ST Bruse Duewel 28 SRS M
Subs:
GK Iulia Dziwulski 23 SRS F
D Antoniks Mazirek 21 SRS M
D Helda Vredalski 19 SRS F
M Biljan Vaduva 19 SRS M
M Drahomira Kadec 20 SRS F
F Zhivko Rybak 21 SRS M


Svetranj United
City:Svetranj, Molvania
Manager: Hajdar Kaczmarek
Captain: Djoban Poplavov
Club Summary: Svetranj just look like one of those teams that's perfectly comfortable at the second tier. The return to the international scene has brought a lot of wild ambition and optimism to Confederate football, but it seems to have passed Svetranj by. Sure, they want to beat their traditional rivals, and the matches against Sjerezo will be heated, but you don't hear the crazy, pie-in-the-sky, "we're goint to win the Champions Cup someday soon" type of talk here. Maybe Svetranj folks are too grounded for that, or maybe just unimaginative. In any case, they're satisfied with an above-average League 1 team, which is good, because that's what they've got.
Last Year: 6th
Prediction: Doba will be a solid contributor at this level, but their other additions are a bit underwhelming. 8th
In:
PlayerPos.ClubAgeFee
Ensio DobaLMTraal Athletics260.25
Solos GandrupSTChalesm FC33Free
Eetu IvanovGKFlania Zarss29Free

Roster:
GK  Eetu Ivanov       29   SRS    M
LB Olev Ahlgren 30 SRS M
CB Jzacol Urtenzic 27 SRS M
CB Dejana Pulkrabek 29 SRS M
RB Dzimitri Kyselev 34 SRS M
DM Nadzezhda Starek 23 SRS F
LM Ensio Doba 26 SRS M
CM Djoban Poplavov 31 SRS M
RM Ljator Deaciuc 25 SRS M
ST Solos Gandrup 33 SRS M
ST Zladko Smolarek 30 SRS M
Subs:
GK Eligia Gaiosz 22 SRS F
D Jarogniew Zavisza 23 SRS M
D Graozdana Franjic 21 SRS F
M Kaloyan Holub 21 SRS M
M Oldriska Mlynarek 18 SRS F
F Kvetoslava Soucek 19 SRS F



Viltvodle City
City: Viltvodle, Megabrantis
Manager: Antira Horgall
Captain: Ville Yrjana
Club Summary: What do you do when the two matches that mean the most to your club and fans aren't on the schedule this year? For City's sake, let's hope the answer to that question is, buckle down and play good fundamental football. With no derby match on the league slate, and not one traditional rival anywhere in sight, City have a rare opportunity for a season largely devoid of distractions and media plotlines. By the same token, they're probably also the team with the most pressure to secure promotion, but there are still plenty of veterans on the team despite their losses. One definitely gets the sense this is a team that doesn't belong here. Their facilities, staff, and fan support are on a completely different level than what most of League 1 can afford, and if they can't exploit those advantages, something is very, very wrong.
Last Year: 14th, Superleague
Prediction: Despite massive transfer losses, City still look like the class of League 1. They retain a good number of Superleague caliber players, and should be back there soon. 1st
Out:
PlayerPos.ClubAgeFee
Ozol GebaraLMMegabrantid SC302.5M
Ctibor TkermecCBWrexton FC (APX)321.2M
Grenzo BorkowskiCMOlympia Arkintoofle260.5M
Mareth ErseburgSTEmerald Coast250.35M
Djor LohaniGKHan Dold City320.25M
Falk Hammesfahr (COS)RBRyoto Redheads (HIN)37Free
Erlantz BruflatRMClub Valanora (VAL)30Free
Emil MogoreSTCanyons AC31Free

In:
PlayerPos.ClubAgeFee
Tauno RigardLMAlgolia AC260.5M
Kapro SkibnaesGKOlympia Arkintoofle290.35M
Dietmar KempfCBMegabrantid SC310.3M
Dinval PerietSTFlania Traal290.2M

Roster:
Pos Player            Age   Nat.  Gen. 
GK Kapro Skibnaes 29 SRS M
LB Dinval Skuleskard 29 SRS M
CB Ville Yrjana 31 SRS M
CB Dietmar Kempf 31 SRS M
RB Frisia Ineichen 25 SRS F
LM Tauno Rigard 26 SRS M
CM Aldir Pahlke 25 SRS M
CM Elinara Hlavacek 26 SRS F
RM Redri Mostert 22 SRS M
ST Terenis Gribbler 24 SRS M
ST Dinaval Periet 29 SRS M
Subs:
GK Karad Olinar 24 SRS M
D Taisiya Achthoven 19 SRS F
D Hannes Weigl 23 SRS M
M Haryat Kalathia 18 SRS F
M Kamgang Kamgang 18 SRS M
F Hulda Jaagup 20 SRS F



Wavel Athletic
City: Han Wavel, Han Dold
Manager: Leora Yanig
Captain: Vera Craink
Club Summary: Generally thought of as the smallest club in Han Dold by stature, Wavel's fans are still tickled pink over their finish one all-important spot ahead of their cross-town rivals. An objective observer though, will be left with the distinct impression that Wavel's reputation is probably deserved, and that they are likely to be roughed up by most of their local rivals.
Last Year: 11th
Prediction: Baeli is a great get for Wavel, but she can't do it all herself. 12th
In:
PlayerPos.ClubAgeFee
Palla BaeliCBChalesm FC270.4M
Indrek SabbahLMEmerald Coast33Free
Cayan RivogSTSyneca AC30Free

Roster:
GK  Piotr Olvard   30   SRS    M
LB Rostom Walaro 30 SRS M
CB Palla Baeli 27 SRS F
CB Otar Vranx 31 SRS M
RB Morwen Pinder 22 SRS F
LM Indrek Sabbah 33 SRS M
CM Raff Manwys 23 SRS M
RM Vera Craink 28 SRS F
LF Dermot Hilargi 25 SRS M
ST Cayan Rivog 30 SRS M
RF Orla Clannadh 23 SRS F
Subs:
GK Naya Magnussen 20 SRS F
D Clio Linos 22 SRS F
D Harred Leggit 18 SRS M
M Argan Domnall 21 SRS M
M Ronit Somhair 19 SRS F
F Kiara Hendry 20 SRS F


Wavel Rangers
City: Han Wavel, Han Dold
Manager: Tassand Haag
Captain: Hasufin Saissond
Club Summary: Rangers' ambition this year is, as always, find a way to beat HDC. It goes without saying that finishing behind Wavel and Canyons again would be a trememdous embarrassment. Despite being one of the least active teams in the transfer window for years now, the club's focus on and investment in youth development has slowly built a very capable League 1 contender. One just hopes they manage a season or two of succes before too many of their players are plundered by richer clubs.
Last Year: 12th
Prediction: You might think the Rangers board is crazy making so few changes after a letdown of a season, but their very young team should come into its own this year. 5th
In:
PlayerPos.ClubAgeFee
Liuwyn IarnuconLMHan Dold City32Free

Roster:
GK  Kynrig Pryddud   33   SRS    M
LB Heilin Saer 25 SRS M
CB Ensio Chama 27 SRS M
CB Danin Jahangir 30 SRS M
RB Eurig Aswydd 25 SRS M
LM Liuwyn Iarnucon 32 SRS M
CM Afon Inareddrin 29 SRS M
CM Hasufin Saissond 29 SRS M
RM Aeryn Dold 30 SRS M
ST Emil Bohler 21 SRS M
ST Haakan Zvelnic 30 SRS M
Subs:
GK Benat Lachtna 22 SRS F
D Daithi Aodhan 20 SRS F
D Nerea Mors 18 SRS F
M Sheona Eluned 23 SRS F
M Zorion Alardan 18 SRS M
F Wydwen Caradh 19 SRS F
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Season 4 Superleague Preview Part 1

Postby Squornshelan Remnant States » Tue Nov 26, 2019 1:45 pm

Superleague
The apex of the Confederate football pyramid features a disproportionate number of teams from the populous and affluent regions of Megabrantis and Algolia (said regions boast six teams each in this year's Superleague, with the remainder of the Confederacy contributing only four). As the only level of football here in which foreign players are permitted, good use of the transfer window has become more and more important for teams across the breadth of the league, from the giants of Brantisvogan and Damogran making big splashy purchases, to the lesser clubs further down the revenue charts hoping to find the one or two diamonds in the rough that might boost them to a new level. Altogether, Superleague clubs spent just shy of 55 million on transfers in the last window, with the majority of that devoted to bringing new foreign talent into the league. Whose decisions prove to be wise and whose were foolhardy will likely decide the fates of teams at both the top and bottom of the league this year.

We'll take a look at the prospect for half the teams this week, starting with...
Algolia AC
City: Damogran, Algolia
Stadium: Albrechtsson Park (cap. 65,400)
Manager: Dolvin Antal
Captain: Rasim Abiodun
Club Summary: One of the oldest clubs in the confederacy, Algolia has been around since well before the war. In the old days, it was seen more as the team of the upper class of Damogran, and in the years following the war, its supporters were often seen as sympathetic to the Imperium. Algolia supporters are more likely to be from the eastern and northern suburbs of Damogran, and a slight income disparity between them and supporters of the other big Damogran clubs remains, fueling resentment with. They also enjoy a spirited rivalry against Royals, another team traditionally associated with white-collar supporters. Matches with the big Brantisvogan clubs are also a big affair, usually with championship implications. Despite all their success, however, Algolia hasn't quite caught on as a nationwide brand, and their support is still mostly concentrated in and around Damogran.
Last Year: 3rd
Prediction: Just short of the mark in both League and Cup, it was a year of frustration for an Algolia team that felt they were the class of the Superleague. Striker Hansi Westerlow perhaps began to fade with age, but the slack was taken up by the emerging talent of Viordar Rebljeten and Danin Stolp. The defense remained solid in from of Daniel Fitzmarten, and this was still a very good team, just one that caught some tough breaks along the way. The back line remains unchanged, and young backup Roffen Ritschl departs for Vilita after being unable to unseat Terun Cadash. During the transfer window, the club has made some shrewd decisions, parting ways with a couple aging players, and a couple younger ones who hadn't yet found a niche in the team. The haul in terms of incoming players is nothing short of spectacular though. First and foremost, they won the bidding war against Brantisvogan to sign former Sabrefell Moths striker Sigrid Eisenhauer. While some Confederate fans, perhaps unfamiliar with the Nepharim Premiership may simply see this move as replacing one foreign striker with another, it is a clear upgrade. The prospect of stopping Eisenhauer will keep Superleague defenses up at night all season long. The club also added Ko-orenite Lynn Holstege to their already potent midfield. While some have wondered why the club would add another midfielder who prefers to play on the left when they already have a talented player there in Apoxian Dawn Gilleran, they club must have seen something in Holstege that they felt would be a good fit. Algolia have, without a doubt, the best lineup in the league on paper, particularly in the attack. Anything less than a championship will be a disappointment. 1st
Out:
PlayerPos.ClubAgeFee
Roffen RitschlCBVilitan Declasse TBD (VIL)22Undisclosed
Tauno RigardLMViltvodle City260.5M
Hansi Westerlow (NPH)STStahlburg Rovers (NPH)36Free
Holgar GschwindRMArkintoofle United31Free

In:
PlayerPos.ClubAgeFee
Sigrid Eisenhauer (NPH)STSabrefell Moths (NPH)276M
Lynn Holstege (KOR)LMMaethoru (KOR)283.5M

Roster:
Pos Player            Age   Nat.  Gen.
GK Daniel Fitzmarten 32 NPH M
LB Raimo Balver 27 SRS M
CB Terun Cadash 24 SRS F
CB Rasim Abiodun 31 SRS M
RB Janar Delu 26 SRS M
CDM Aeron Schultheiss 30 SRS M
LM Dawn Gilleran 30 APX F
CM Danin Stolp 23 SRS M
RM Lynn Holstege 28 KOR F
CF Viordar Rebljeten 25 SRS M
ST Sigrid Eisenhauer 27 NPH F
Subs:
GK Krenko Stanslov 26 SRS M
D Bruenna Savo 24 SRS F
D Jhoira Kambol 18 SRS F
M Uhlan Tarcha 22 SRS M
M Dralnu Ravid 18 SRS M
F Lumia Autenrieth 26 SRS F



Brantisvogan FC
City: Brantisvogan, Megabrantis
Stadium: Radlov Arena (cap. 76,800)
Manager: Heldir Zaman
Captain: Ortzi Perparim
Club Summary: BFC are a very wealthy and well-supported club with a long history. Their original association was with the upper class, particularly the Squornshelan ruling elite in the days when Brantisvogan was the capital of West Squornshelous. In fact, until the war, the Imperial Viceroy held an honorary position as club president by tradition. While this old association is often brought up by opposing fans, the modern fanbase spans a broad cross-section of Brantids, and the real reason for resentment is more likely the club's consistent success, and their nationwide support. Nothing is as obnoxious as watching your neighbors, who ought to support their hometown club, jump on the bandwagon of a rich, successful team like Brantisvogan. While Brantisvogan's traditional rival is Chalesm, in more recent years their biggest match of the year has come against nouveau-riche rivals, MSC.
Last Year: Champions
Prediction: Defying age and expectation, the league's oldest team marched inexorably to the league championship, finishing five points clear of second place. They were also the only Superleague team with a double-digit, positive goal differential. During the transfer window, the club has bravely, though controversially, signalled that they agree with what most pundits have been saying. That result, from the roster they had was an unsustainable statistical anomaly. Accordingly, they have parted ways with no fewer than five aging starters. Nepharan defenders Kurtis Rough and Dimitri Hagicostas were released to free agency, Eastfielder Fedrea Quazin moved to Zoe Eisetsu on a free, and Baltazar Chan ended up back in Abanhfleft with Malabon, also on a free. National team striker Girma Mikhulat also left, joining newly promoted Syneca AC. The club certainly addressed some of these losses in the window, adding Nepharans Marcia Lapwing and Andrea Krause to the midfield, while outstanding young talent Aatu Ruoho will return out left to give opposing right backs fits. While their first attempt at replacing Mikhulat with Sigrid Eisenhauer was spoiled, fans should be pleased that the club was able to land Pasargan Ibolya Makai. Brantisvogan's resources are not limitless however, and they failed to address their defensive losses. A bid for Teussen Stellburg's Trude Spitz was defeated by Keenan Athletic. Accordingly, Zaman appears ready to promote Laungani Saur and Orislava Pensinger from the bench. Pensinger will be serviceable at worst, but Saur looked unimpressive last year, and could be a liability. Ortzi Perparim still looks solid at the other center back spot, but Brantisvogan's weakness this year will definitely be in defense. As a result, this could be a down year for them, but they have put the pieces in place to challenge for the title again soon, and have some good prospects on the bench particularly Satya Beisner and Orald Koppuri. This is more a reload than a rebuild. 6th
Out:
PlayerPos.ClubAgeFee
Girma MikhulatSTSyneca AC312M
Fedrea Quazin (EFL)RMZoe Eisetsu (HIN)36Free
Dimitri Hagicostas (NPH)CBAurablu Aritsu (HIN)38Free
Kurtis Rough (NPH)RBFree Agent38Free
Baltazar Chan (AFT)DMMalabon FC (AFT)37Free

In:
PlayerPos.ClubAgeFee
Ibolya Makai (PAS)STSutcheth Storm FC (HTR)243M
Andrea Krause (NPH)RWFalkner United (BRE)232.5M
Marcia Lapwing (NPH)CMNorth Laithland (NPH)283

Roster:
Pos Player             Age   Nat.  Gen.
GK Karel Jonason 31 NPH M
LB Doron Fuchs 26 SRS M
CB Ortzi Perparim 30 SRS M
CB Laungani Saur 26 SRS M
RB Orislava Pensinger 24 SRS F
LM Aatu Ruoho 24 SRS M
CM Marcia Lapwing 28 NPH F
CM Siavash Kuri 27 SRS M
RM Andrea Krause 23 NPH F
CAM Keshav Rallinaitis 31 SRS M
ST Ibolya Makai 24 PAS F
Subs:
GK Satya Beisner 23 SRS F
D Jirar Malgos 18 SRS M
D Ayli Galdra 18 SRS F
M Simic Mumurungu 23 SRS M
M Desh Abri 22 SRS M
F Orald Koppuri 20 SRS M



Chalesm FC
City: Chalesm, Megabrantis
Stadium: Raftel Park (cap. 59,870)
Manager: Delval Kotsyubov
Captain: Gavin Mitchell
Club Summary: Chalesm is another very old club with a long tradition of excellence that has been greatly disrupted the past two years. As the biggest club in the new capital (can it still be called new as its centennial gradually nears?), they are natural rivals of Brantisvogan, and the Capital Derby is one of the highlights of the SCFA season, even in these, Chalesm's lean years. The board apparently has faith in the ability of former assistant manager Kotsyubov's ability to turn things around. The fans have been less patient recently, however, and it remains to be seen how long the board's patience will last when some supporters' groups are already calling for a management change.
Last Year: 12th
Prediction: It was a rough season for Chalesm, who flirted with relegation for entirely longer than their fans were comfortable with before rallying over the last few matchdays. Without a compelling replacement for departed striker Zoban Ajao, they struggled mightily in the attack, finishing with a mere 37 goals, the Superleague's fourth-worst total. The club's moves in the window mainly represent a movement toward youth, and reloading for the future. While Solos Gandrup is a player leaving toward the end of his career, the other three outgoing transfers represent players still in their prime who simply don't seem to fit the team's needs at the moment. Kulap Dahl is a capable player, but not one who might someday help this team win the league, as is Chalesm's ambition. To help the team in the meantime, Jurzse Bedesnjak and Gavin Mitchell will bear the main burden of carrying the attack, while the other incoming transfers are investments in the future. Réré Picard is the big acquisition with a doubt. While he may not be considered a top-tier player back home, Chalesm are banking on him to be the core of their back line for the foreseeable future. Early indications are that Kotsyubov will give the Koorenite some time to adjust before thrusting him into the starting role. Likewise, Rossaline Embert, the less heralded addition to the defensive corps, looks set to begin her Chalesm career on the bench. It will probably be another rough year for Chalesm, but things may be starting to look up. One bright spot is that Kinner Mustahil appears to have rediscovered his form in goal, and has years yet to contribute. If some of their investments in young players pay off, the Chalesm defense will be a very tough nut to crack, and they could be on their way back up to the top half sooner than some have thought. 8th
Out:
PlayerPos.ClubAgeFee
Kulap DahlLMAC Damogran270.5M
Palla BaeliCBWavel AC270.4M
Horst HellevigRBHwoarang Seidoshi (HIN)26Free
Solos GandrupSTSvetranj United33Free

In:
PlayerPos.ClubAgeFee
Réré Picard (KOR)CBAminey203.5M
Jurzse BedesnjakSTHan Dold City270.8M
Rossaline Embert (CMT)RBEyrods Tech22Free

Roster:
Pos Player            Age   Nat.  Gen.
GK Kinner Mustahil 28 SRS M
LB Danin Enesca 29 SRS M
CB Sjurd Eichhorn 31 SRS M
CB Jhanna Skoroplyas 29 SRS F
RB Gisela Alberon 24 SRS F
LM Izoni Hocij 22 SRS F
CM Gavin Mitchell 36 OSR M
CM Faizan Yakam 22 SRS M
RM Janne Dyranut 30 SRS M
ST Jurzse Bedesnjak 27 SRS M
ST Insco Nadzab 22 SRS M
Subs:
GK Bieler Kajanto 25 SRS M
D Réré Picard 20 KOR M
D Rossaline Embert 22 CMT F
M Helsk Petzet 26 SRS M
M Aarla Patzold 18 SRS F
F Radu Mardersteig 27 SRS M


AC Damogran
City: Damogran, Algolia
Stadium: Overburg Arena (cap. 46,222)
Manager: Ekta Hjorth
Captain: Pitran Durano
Club Summary: The smallest of the three big Damogran clubs, Athletic are nearly as old as the other two, but nowhere near as wealthy. They were founded by a former owner and manager of Damogran FC, and so have a strong rivalry with that team. Their fanbase is mostly to be found in metropolitan Damogran, and they retain the image of a plucky, underdog team supported mostly by the left-wing urban working class. This has led to some fairly vicious clashes against Algolia supporters in years past, though Suntigers fans probably care more about beating Damogran FC. Their fans will also be pleased this year to have the chance to renew their much more friendly rivalry with Sporting, another urban, blue-collar Algolian team. It is probably fair to say that it's easy to earn rival status in Athletic's book, and the stereotypical Athletic fan is always ready for an argument.
Last Year: 10th
Prediction: Athletic have been staving off mediocrity for two years now, and looking good doing it, but this may finally be when it catches up with them. Last year they parted ways with star midfielder Vrenz Tambura, and managed a respectable finish once again. While they occasionally looked to be at risk of relegation, a knack for pulling out wins rather than settling for draws let them edge out Olympia for tenth. This year, however, they will face the prospect of a season without standout goalkeeper Slater Jant. Financial restraints have become reality for Athletic, and while the 2.3 million their outgoing players netted them will be a boost, they were limited to spending less than a quarter of that on incoming players. Kulap Dahl, the highest profile of those players, will be a definite improvement from Danin Struna, and help plug the gap that remains at Tambura's old left mid spot. The other two free transfers are relative unknowns. Chromatik Han Heron could be a goaltender of the future, with Tibor Malthus merely a transitional starter, but then again he could be nothing special. The same goes for Xannerian striker Bryan Faust. Both will begin their Athletic careers on the bench. This is a team that has improved incrementally in midfield, but probably gotten slightly worse everywhere else. Team captain Pitran Durano will be called upon to go above and beyond to hold his team together against much more talented clubs. Don't expect too much from them this year. 11th
Out:
PlayerPos.ClubAgeFee
Slater JantGKUnited Hampton Cities (HAP)282M
Vakhtang LorschSTRudlit Rovers250.3M
Tyson Palma (AUD)LBSporting Jaglan34Free
Danin StrunaLMRudlit Rovers31Free

In:
PlayerPos.ClubAgeFee
Kulap DahlLMChalesm FC270.5M
Han Heron (CMT)GKUniversity of the Islands (CMT)23Free
Bryan Faust (XAN)STCameron Mitchell University21Free

Roster:
Pos Player          Age   Nat.  Gen.
GK Tibor Malthus 27 SRS M
LB Miral Cecani 24 SRS F
CB Kian Raaso 32 SRS M
CB Sarya Traft 26 SRS F
RB Nigul Hamero 29 SRS M
CDM Pitran Durano 30 SRS M
LM Kulap Dahl 27 SRS M
CM Lavinia Pivlic 25 SRS F
RM Ebwin Vegger 30 SRS M
ST Zegana Irigon 23 SRS F
ST Nikya Paecht 26 SRS F
Subs:
GK Han Heron 22 CMT M
D Ashrata Barkaan 18 SRS F
D Halder Vervliet 26 SRS M
M Rudin Ganoda 29 SRS M
M Salvard Prete 23 SRS M
F Bryan Faust 21 XAN M


Damogran FC
City: Damogran, Algolia
Stadium: Bridger Lane (cap. 72,406)
Manager: Vichai Parekh
Captain: Shadi Damograni
Club Summary: The other of the big Damogran clubs, Damogran FC are rich in tradition and in currency. While in their old days they were more of a lower-class club, greatly improved income equality since the war has lessened that distinction. Damogran are the best-supported club in Damogran, and in Algolia as a whole, and their fanbase today comes from all walks of life. Most Algolian football fans without a strong connection to another club would probably list Damogran as their favorite club, and the fanbase has a reputation for traveling very well, frequently rivaling the home support with the volume of their chants. While many fans from outside Algolia will frequently refer to the club as Damogran FC, sometimes abbreviated to Damo FC, to avoid confusion with Athletic, Damogran's fans generally find this insulting, and bluntly refuse to see any room for ambiguity. "We're Damogran, they're Athletic, and that's all there is to it."
Last Year: 5th
Prediction: Bitterly disappointed to finish just outside of the top four, Damogran determined to make drastic moves during the transfer window. Superleague goalscoring leader Hakan Gryspos is gone, joining Cranequin City's bid to avoid relegation from the Nepharim Premiership. Black-and-Reds regular Eyob Zonde is also gone, joining Eintracht Trink in Zwangzug with the fee not being announced, but rumored to be considerable. Pridnestrovian veteran Vladimir Krupin is gone, his spot at right back taken by Marek Rabikauskas who is promoted from the bench. In place of these players, Damogran add 7 million worth of reinforcements in the form of Soute right mid Oliwer Starosta, and Brenecian striker Barack Fitzgerald. FItzgerald in particular looks to be an excellent fit for Damogran, as he prefers to play as a target man, distributing the ball to supporting attackers. At Damogran he will have many options to choose from when deciding where to play his flicks. Starosta should also slot in well, and the attack, which led the Superleague with just over 2.5 goals per match, should perform well again. None of this, however, addresses the porous defense that was Damogran's downfall last year, allowing nearly as many goals as the attack scored. With all due respect to the man, they needed a replacement for Artemios Zigdis, and I expect them to be fishing the ball out of their own net when it matters most. The back line, at least on paper, ought to be much better than it has been, with national team reserve Mamoona Acuff flanked by a pair of veteran back in Brenecian Paige Walker and former Golgafrincham prospect Bedros Torluk. Expect them to be good, but fall just short once again. 5th
Out:
PlayerPos.ClubAgeFee
Eyob ZondeRMEintracht Trink (ZWZ)31Undisclosed
Hakan GrysposSTCranequin City (NPH)282.5M
Vladimir Krupin (PDN)RBAthletic Difdorfving (AFT)35Free

In:
PlayerPos.ClubAgeFee
Oliwer Starosta (SOU)RMMiradela (KOR)225M
Barack Fitzgerald (BRE)STNorther Union (BRE)232M

Roster:
Pos Player           Age   Nat.  Gen.
GK Artemios Zigdis 33 FHU M
LB Paige Walker 28 BRE F
CB Mamoona Acuff 26 SRS F
CB Bedros Torluk 29 SRS M
RB Marek Rabikauskas 23 SRS M
LM Fabre Klovsjo 26 SRS M
CM Ramaz Dolnight 28 SRS M
RM Oliwer Starosta 22 SOU M
LF Shadi Damograni 34 SRS M
ST Barack Fitzgerald 23 BRE M
RF Surrak Madvig 25 SRS M
Subs:
GK Granit Peden 27 SRS M
D Agrus Flodr 25 SRS M
D Irinia Wassef 18 SRS F
M Hekara Steinacker 25 SRS F
M Landis Higon 22 SRS M
F Lianna Voldaren 24 SRS F



Emerald Coast AC
City: Vassilian, Algolia
Stadium: Emerald Coast Colosseum (cap. 31,200)
Manager: Gobind Srygler
Captain: Yihun Peura
Club Summary: Left-out of the big Algolian rivalries of the Damogran and Jaglan clubs, Emerald Coast have a much more laid back image, something which can also be said of their home, Algolia's third-largest city, Vassilian. The club's history is generally one of mediocrity, generally seeing them finish somewhere in the bottom half of the top league, with occasional trips down to the second tier. While one of their traditional rivals, FC Hunian, was relegated to spend at least a year in League 1, the other, Syneca AC, have rejoined the top tier and look ready to renew their acquaintance.
Last Year: 9th
Preditcion: Emerald Coast surprised a lot of people last year, finishing well clear of the relegation zone, even on points with Royals in the middle of the table. The team that accomplished that feat, however, is being dismantled for reasons that are not immediately clear. Every single player over the age of 30 has been sold or released by the team, and the incoming players are all 25 and under. The fact that no Superleague team saw fit to pick up one of Emerald Coast's outgoing players and that all five will pay in League 1 this year is, it must be said, a point in support of this move, but the idea that this very, very young team will be able to play with the kind of poise and discipline needed to repeat that kind of upset performance strains credibility. With that said, the team is not a bad one by any stretch. Kulap Erer should be dependable in goal again, but the back line in front of him is a question mark with team captain Tehmin Jaglani and Brenecian veteran Clint Hampton both leaving. Gisa Tuvas and Oskana Karapetyan are both good prospects, but they will have to adjust very quickly indeed if Emerald Coast are to avoid falling behind early in the season. In the attack, they will be reliant on the continuing emergence of Lavanya Naqvi and Ezuri Thiel, and most attacks will utilize the wings. If Maryam Alexandre can follow a similar developmental trajectory this midfield could be downright deadly in two or three years, but looks a little raw at present. If they can escape relegation, which they should, it will be because their gambles on these young players have paid off, but if they can't this will be a team in a tough place a year from now. 10th
Out:
PlayerPos.ClubAgeFee
Wiran VemulaSTSivolvia Central300.3M
Tehmin JaglaniLBCanyons AC33Free
Clint Hampton (BRE)CBFree Agent35Free
Gochan AksoyCMUFC Flamarion32Free
Indrek SabbahLMWavel AC33Free

In:
PlayerPos.ClubAgeFee
Maryam Alexandre (ISK)CMUmbershore Rovers (ISK)210.4M
Oskana Karapetyan (ISK)CBVakhqul Ironworks (ISK)230.4M
Mareth ErseburgSTViltvodle City250.35M

Prediction: 16th
Roster:
Pos Player          Age   Nat.  Gen.
GK Kulap Erer 28 SRS M
LB Gisa Tuvas 22 SRS F
CB Yihun Peura 26 SRS M
CB Oskana Karapetyan 23 ISK F
RB Bendiks Paajar 25 SRS M
LM Lavanya Naqvi 23 SRS F
CM Maryam Alexandre 21 ISK F
CM Aitar Poudyal 26 SRS M
RM Ezuri Thiel 25 SRS F
ST Brion Stienno 23 SRS M
ST Mareth Erseburg 25 SRS F
Subs:
GK Eidren Kalitas 23 SRS M
D Toven Pinderhand 18 SRS M
D Talea Myrakis 21 SRS F
M Baishya Zangeste 23 SRS F
M Devith Bubnic 18 SRS M
F Eddara Tjaeder 22 SRS F


FC Hensha
City:Hensha, Megabrantis
Stadium: Malgacorp Arena (cap. 29,350)
Manager: Mirko Dyrcz
Captain: Tarno Messer
Club Summary: Hensha are a team one can expect to consistently bounce between top and second tiers, though they are probably a better fit for the latter. This year, they will be one of the most geographically isolated teams in the Superleague. Their closest Megabrantid rival clubs, Golgafrincham, and cross-town rival Rockets are all the way down in League 2, while their other close neighbors, the four Han Dold clubs and two Rudlti clubs are all in League 1 this year. In other words, don't expect to see Hensha on national broadcast very often this year, as none of their opponents has particularly strong feelings about them.
Last Year: Champions, League 1
Prediction: A strong performance from a fairly veteran team playing a well-rounded brand of football saw Hensha take the first League 1 title of the 4-league era. They were also able to fight their way to a respectable eighth-final appearance in the Cup, and their season was a definite success overall. In the transfer window, they said goodbye to a couple players, and acquired replacements for each, bringing in Kaleva Haugen from Olympia to play center back for the aging Hagos Odur, and getting a definite upgrade on the left wing with Pal Serritslev replacing Chochin Melendor. Those upgrades aside, no other substantial changes are forthcoming, apart from the ascension of Rina Birdanan to a starting role. Without a major upgrade, this will likely be a team that struggles to keep their heads above water. There isn't any one position on the field that stands out as a glaring weakness for them. Rather, their lineup is just generally unexciting, and no position stands out as one at which Hensha are particularly skilled. Dyrcz has shown over the past year, however, that he is adept at making his team more than the sum of its parts, and Hensha can be relied upon for strong team play and good chemistry. I don't think it will be enough though, and Hensha are most likely destined to return to League 1 next year. 15th
Out:
PlayerPos.ClubAgeFee
Chochin MelendorLMGolgafrincham City30Free
Hagos OdurCBRudlit Miners34Free

In:
Pal SerritslevLMJaglan Royals290.4M
Kaleva HaugenCBOlympia Arkintoofle270.4M

Roster:
GK  Kauri Vageva     32   SRS    M
LB Anton Spirkis 30 SRS M
CB Kaleva Haugen 27 SRS M
CB Tarno Messer 32 SRS M
RB Regimar Holz 26 SRS M
LM Pal Serritslev 29 SRS M
CM Shadi Vingelen 31 SRS M
CM Halfdan Volot 30 SRS M
RM Keala Drunau 24 SRS F
ST Zigor Brusov 29 SRS M
ST Rina Birdanan 23 SRS F
Subs:
GK Regna Dzafic 21 SRS F
D Shalai Zikov 18 SRS F
D Uzomo Eberyn 20 SRS M
M Etrata Rai 22 SRS F
M Tawnos Retchion 23 SRS M
F Hartas Isshtak 30 SRS M


Jaglan Royals
City: Jaglan, Algolia
Stadium: Castle Street (cap. 57,300)
Manager: Andas Famt
Captain: Koit Suharto
Club Summary: Founded well before the war, Royals original patron was the king of Algolia, who was briefly allowed to keep a ceremonial title after Imperial annexation of his kingdom. They are perhaps the only old, upper-class club in the Confederacy that has little to no association in the minds of fans with the old Imperial regime. Given how rich Algolia is in football tradition, Royals have a number of high profile rivalries, including the Royal Derby against Algolia AC, and the Algolian Derby against Damogran FC. Their cross-town clash against Sporting is slightly lower profile due to the difference in class between the clubs, but should be electric this year with Sporting's unexpected ascent to the top flight. One of the most heartwarming traditions in Confederate football can be witnessed each year when Royals host Algolia. The patients of a local children's hospital are all crowned honorary Kings and Queens of Jaglan, and are granted free admission to the match with their families.
Last Year: 8th
Prediction: Royals keep tinkering with their personnel in the attack while leaving the underlying plan unchanged, and it keeps not working. Their defense and goaltending has been sound for years, and remains unchanged heading into this season, headlined by center back Rudi Dalso and full back Koit Suharto, but the attack continues to let them down and leave badly needed points on the field. This past year, they introduced wholesale change at striker, parting ways with both starters and bringing in Erik Mevlya and Kaalia Gerstlauer, both of whom showed occasional flashes of brilliance, but were underwhelming overall. The year before that it was attacking mid Jaeduke Arwin who was going to turn things around. This year, the changes are in midfield again, as Pal Serritslev is sold to Hensha, replaced by Vaarin Detkov, formerly of Interblag and Traktor, while Brenecian Isla Ridenton is brought in from Swanbridge to command the midfield. One has to imagine that another failure to perform from Jaglan will likely mean the end for Famt, who now has not a single attacking starter left on his roster from the inaugural SCFA season. If the team struggles to score early in the season, I would look to see many bench players given an opportunity, as Famt knows that he surely must finish in the top 5 to satisfy the club. 7th
Out:
PlayerPos.ClubAgeFee
Pal SerritslevLMFC Hensha290.4M
Riley McGregor (SCT)CMMiishima Jacks (HIN)34Free
Dobias InisfallenCBRudlit Miners25Free

In:
PlayerPos.ClubAgeFee
Isla Ridenton (BRE)CMAFC Swanbridge (BRE)232.5M
Vaarin DetkovLMInterblag FC280.6M
Yamato Oshiro (HIN)CBNakoruru College (HIN)21Free

Roster:
Pos Player           Age   Nat.  Gen.
GK Drezhni Azlatzov 32 SRS M
LB Koit Suharto 31 SRS M
CB Rudi Dalso 26 SRS M
CB Delis Abyen 28 SRS M
RB Kial Foskros 30 SRS M
LM Vaarin Detkov 28 SRS M
CM Isla Ridenton 23 BRE F
RM Taena Vylarr 24 SRS F
CAM Jaeduke Arwin 30 SRS M
ST Erik Mevlya 26 NPH M
ST Kaalia Gerstlauer 20 SRS F
Subs:
GK Thuno Kopal 24 SRS M
D Yamato Oshiro 21 HIN M
D Lyfaia Marav 22 SRS F
M Grabar Kurbis 23 SRS M
M Sirat Surtz 27 SRS M
F Hedri Tomasek 24 SRS M


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Lublova Reds
City: Lublova, Molvania
Stadium: Slavnarzeczpospolitastadion (cap. 61,230)
Manager: Rakvar Pavlyukovets
Captain: Vaarin Strepol
Club Summary: Molvania's second team, it's probably fair to call the Reds the most consistent team in Molvania. They are a safe bet for a top-half finish most years, and occasionally break into the title race. Their supporters are known as heavy drinkers, but generally hooliganism is minimal. (honestly, if there's a team whose fans don't have a reputation for drinking, I've yet to hear of them). Lublova's steppe nomad heritage is on display at Reds matches though, with elaborate traditional costumes to be found everywhere. Impromptu bareback horse races have even been known to break out at pre-match parties. This will be the second year running that Lublova goes without any close rival, as the only team their fans really care about beating is Interblag.
Last Year: 7th
Prediction: Further regression and stagnation from Lublova, who seem to grasp that drastic action is needed, but are apparently unable to decide what that action should be. This season has all the signs of a looming disaster. Longtime captain Vaarin Strepol was rumored to be transfer listed, but remains with the team. A lack of initiative in the window leads to only a pair of moves, with Bruse Duewel leaving the team for League 1 where he is more likely to find playing time, and Elena Caldryn being picked up on a free as part of the foreign exodus from Qusmo. She will bring some valuable experience to the striker position, but the team overall seems no better than they were a year ago. The back line and goaltending should be strong again, with Dymek Raktsov and Jaska Povarnin as centerpieces. By all rights the attack should be excellent too, with Strepol holding behind Rycszard Vepcojat in the center. There is little optimism around the team at this point however, and unless Pavlyukovets can rally his troops quickly, it could be a very long season indeed for the Reds. If Jzeovak Vladcik can rediscover his form of a few years ago, it would go a long way toward kick-starting this team, but don't hold your breath. The board may not want to hear this, but Lublova are going to have to go out and spend some money if they want to remain competitive in this league. Their gradual regression of recent years will most likely continue, and this might very well be the year they slip into the bottom half. 9th
Out:
PlayerPos.ClubAgeFee
Bruse DuewelSTFC Sjerezo280.3M

In:
PlayerPos.ClubAgeFee
Elena Caldryn (BRE)STKF Vlonz (QUS)29Free

Roster:
Pos Player           Age   Nat.  Gen.
GK Jaska Povarnin 28 SRS M
LB Iuri Pustoshka 31 SRS M
CB Dymek Raktsov 27 SRS M
CB Parthag Nirjo 30 SRS M
RB Tiva Vannifar 24 SRS F
LAM Jzeovak Vladcik 24 SRS M
CM Vaarin Strepol 31 SRS M
CM Rycszard Vepcojat 26 SRS M
RAM Janei Azbelyov 25 SRS F
ST Elena Caldryn 29 BRE F
ST Olev Skripin 23 SRS M
Subs:
GK Arizst Kzocovsky 26 SRS M
D Ivann Alakas 22 SRS M
D Vrona Adamska 24 SRS F
M Hlavac Skjepian 25 SRS M
M Regemond Brixen 21 SRS M
F Titor Klaniczay 21 SRS M


Megabrantid SC
City: Brantisvogan, Megabrantis
Stadium: Megabrantid Financial Field (cap. 69,245)
Manager: Grigor Skeens
Captain: Abdeg Darbo
Club Summary: MSC lack the long history of their biggest rivals, Chalesm and Brantisvogan, but make up for it with massive amounts of money. Bankrolled by the Confederacy's biggest financial conglomerate, Megabrantid United Financial, they have (some say) bought their way into the top flight of the SCFA, and look to be there to stay. When the chips are down they can probably out-spend any other club in the Confederacy, though this year their total transfer spending was somewhat less than that of Algolia and Brantisvogan. While some fans of older clubs may still view them as newcomers, MSC clearly has broad ambitions, and intends to cement themselves as a force to be reckoned with both in the SCFA and internationally.
Last Year: 2nd
Prediction: A successful season overall but one that, like Algolia's, ended just a little sooner than MSC would have liked. They managed to eliminate their cross-town rivals in the Cup, but were bounced in the next stage by Traal. They then had to watch Brantisvogan clinch the league with a match to spare, and content themselves with a second-place finish. A good year to be sure, but the kind of success that still manages to leave a bad taste in one's mouth. This year, however, MSC appear to be loaded for bear. While the Abdeg Darbo era appears to be drawing to a close, the elder statesman will still bear the captaincy, albeit from the bench more often that on the field. His replacement in the back line, Cressida Gale, looks more than capable, having played most recently for Sabrefell Moths. She will join fellow Nepharan Nikola Lindgren and Bonesean EG Slenderbill on one of the Superleague's most international back lines. MSC also win the Ozol Gebara sweepstakes after the Viltvodle City left wing seemingly drew little interest from foreign clubs. Pal Durano was a good option at left wing, and should be successful with Syneca, but Gebara is a clear upgrade, and his inclusion alongside Meaza Teklu and Iuri Takala will give MSC one of, if not the the best midfield in the league. Striker is a little more of a question mark after the departure of Alistair Redalen, and fans will be hoping that Benji Cant turns out to be a misnomer. Omer Kylar is still very much a question mark, and Dymor Zduncyk is not the premier player that MSC would like to have up front. The club appear content to wait on the young Chromatik's development for now, and any contribution he makes will be a bonus, considering he joined on a free. Overall, the defense is good, and the midfield of Red-and-Blacks should make up for any deficiencies up front. MSC are coming for the title, and should be Algolia's main competition. 2nd
Out:
PlayerPos.ClubAgeFee
Pal DuranoLMSyneca AC290.75M
Dietmar KempfCBViltvodle City310.3M
Alistair Redalen (COS)STInterdimensional Misei37Free
Aatos HavnerCMBrasta FC31Free

In:
PlayerPos.ClubAgeFee
Cressida Gayle (NPH)CBSabrefell Moths (NPH)254M
Ozol GebaraLMViltvodle City302.5M
Benji Cant (CMT)STUniversity of Myana (CMT)22Free

Roster:
Pos Player          Age   Nat.  Gen.
GK Asdrubal Martin 35 SLL M
LB Nikola Lindgren 33 NPH F
CB Cressida Gayle 25 NPH F
CB EG Slenderbill 23 BSE M
RB Pjarno Kaluznyy 29 SRS M
LM Ozol Gebara 30 SRS M
CM Iuri Takala 23 SRS M
CM Regenard Kroetzl 24 SRS M
RM Meaza Teklu 24 SRS F
ST Omer Kylar 24 SRS M
ST Dymor Zduncyk 28 SRS M
Subs:
GK Ommund Widberg 26 SRS M
D Abdeg Darbo 34 SRS M
D Kedley Haldon 22 SRS F
M Isperia Marrish 18 SRS F
M Steffar Byock 25 SRS M
F Benji Cant 22 CMT M


Olympia Arkintoofle
City: Arkintoofle, Megabrantis
Stadium: Olympiastad (cap. 47,550)
Manager: Szadek Rakvere
Captain: Ilmari Seppa
Club Summary: Olympia were founded not long before the war by the Imperial mayor. Accordingly, they were hated by most of the Confederacy, and have not been wholly able to shake off the association with far-right groups and authoritarianism, especially since some of their ultras groups are known for chants and banners that are politically incorrect to say the least (the club has banned several of these groups from matches but they often find ways to sneak in). Despite all this, their support is strong in and around Arkintoofle. The city is the busiest port in the Confederacy, and many of Olympia's loudest supporters hail from the neighborhoods that supply labor to the sprawling dockyards. Recent years have seen a decline in on-the-field performance from Olympia, coupled with (and probably related to) the ascension of some larger than life off-the-field antics. Powell and Yndel in particular are featured every bit as often in trashy gossip tabloids as they are in sports columns, and many speculate that without some kind of drastic action, the team may be in danger of relegation soon.
Last Year: 11th
Prediction: Oh Olympia, bby what is you doin? What can we say about Olympia that hasn't already been said? Should we, rather than repeating banal statements, write Olympia's preview entirely in rhetorical questions? Are the inmates running the asylum? Does Polter Yndel realize there's a reason he doesn't get national team callups anymore? Who is Gethin Powell's dealer? No serious, does anyone have their number? Are Kaleva Haugen, Kapro Skibnaes, Dietmar Klontz, and Gorkhan Farsjo really not good enough for this team, or are they just smart? What is Grenzo Borkowski thinking joining this gong show? Doesn't he think it's odd that no one else wanted to take Olympia's money? How does this team keep staying up without any apparent effort? Why do Grigor Chulkov and Ilmari Seppa seem content to spend the twilight of their respective careers here? Do the parents of Edine Scarzam, Arjun Ladipo, and Saheeli Krond know what goes on in the Olympia locker room? Why is Olympia still permitted to have a youth academy? Can you put a football club in jail for contributing to the delinquency of a minor? Does anyone know any good lawyers for when Olympia sue us for libel? Will you contribute to the Patreon page for our legal defense fund? As long as their pockets stay full, will the Olympia board care about any of this?
13th
Out:
PlayerPos.ClubAgeFee
Kaleva HaugenCBFC Hensha270.4M
Kapro SkibnaesGKViltvodle City290.35M
Dietmar KlontzCMInterblag FC32Free
Gorkhan FarsjoRMISC Catalan City (XAN)31Free

In:
PlayerPos.ClubAgeFee
Grenzo BorkowskiCMViltvodle City260.5M

Roster:
Pos Player          Age   Nat.  Gen.
GK Artos Riszner 26 SRS M
LB Grigor Chulkov 30 SRS M
CB Tuco Durrig 24 SRS M
CB Zuzen Tabon 26 SRS M
RB Ilmari Seppa 31 SRS M
LM Dorea Bartonek 24 SRS F
CM Polter Yndel 25 SRS M
CM Grenzo Borkowski 26 SRS M
RM Hallar Tatyova 22 SRS F
ST Damaris Nebojsic 22 SRS F
ST Gethin Powell 21 BLN M
Subs:
GK Edine Scarzam 19 SRS F
D Arjun Ladipo 18 SRS M
D Marna Egerer 25 SRS F
M Vyman Urscheler 28 SRS M
M Saheeli Krond 18 SRS F
F Ral Katic 26 SRS M


Sporting Jaglan
City: Jaglan, Algolia
Stadium: Koilos Field (cap. 21,500)
Manager: Ensio Kedar
Captain: Terek Cwikla
Club Summary: Sporting, like Athletic in Damogran, are the smaller, poorer club in Jaglan, and Royals fans have never let them forget it. As in so many other cases, this imbalance in spending power and prestige has become a point of pride for Sporting's supporters, and years of trash talking against a club styling itself as "Royal" have made Sporting something of a magnet for radical anti-authoritarians and anarchists. Their green and red replica jerseys are frequently seen at political protests, and even being hustled into the back of police vans, somethng the club generally maintains an uneasy silence about. All publicity is good publicity though, and their ascension to the Superleague, even if it only lasts a year, will surely bring about a new wave of popularity.
Last Year: 3rd, League 1
Prediction: Sporting built a capable team out of promising homegrown talent that have bought into the team rather than leaving to seek their fortunes elsewhere, and a few well-selected veterans added over the years to bolster the ranks. The eventual result is this: a chance to play in the Superleague, brief thought it might turn out to be. Erkki Salovaara (late of Brantisvogan), Terek Cwikla (late of V United), and Esben Roedberg (late of Royals) make their returns to the top flight. Expect this team to come out swinging against those opponents in particular. It must be said, however, that those three players found themselves in League 1 with Sporting for a reason, and hopes that they can now magically deliver in the top tier are optimistic at best. The Jaglan Derby should be a complete circus, as Sporting will aim for upsets, and Roedberg attempts to prove Royals were wrong to cut him loose. Sporting's attack was what drove them last year, as they averaged two goals per match in League 1, and brutalized Viltvodle City 7-1 over the two legs of the relegation playoff. They seem generally content with their lineup, making only three additions. The first is definitely a good one. Pell Rakiric apparently had no desire to go down along with his club, and so leaves Hunian for Sporting. We shall see if he has any better luck this year though, as Sporting on paper still appear to be the weakest club in the league. The other additions are veteran Audioslavian right back Tyson Palma who, it is hoped, will bolster the back line with some valuable experience, and winger Rasim Orgatz from Central, who is a decent player, but nothing spectacular. One thing that is certain is that under Ensio Kedar, who led Chalesm to some of the most outrageous attacking performances in the SCFA's brief history, Sporting are certainly here to put on a show. It's hard to see their play style working any better than it did for Kedar last time he managed at this level, and a return to League 1 is likely in the cards. 16th
In:
PlayerPos.ClubAgeFee
Pell RakiricCMFC Hunian260.5M
Rasim OrgatzRMSivolvia Central270.25M
Tyson Palma (AUD)LBAC Damogran34Free

Roster:
GK  Erkki Salovaara   32   SRS    M
LB Terek Cwikla 30 SRS M
CB Tymna Rebsch 26 SRS F
CB Ivan Melkucyuk 28 SRS M
RB Tyson Palma 34 AUD M
LM Tanellia Tavoc 22 SRS F
CM Pell Rakiric 26 SRS F
RM Rasim Orgatz 27 SRS M
LW Lakhan Machaka 28 SRS M
ST Esben Roedberg 31 SRS M
RW Rinko Nazahn 21 SRS F
Subs:
GK Xiaoriya Trettin 23 SRS F
D Eldan Adalsperger 24 SRS M
D Ayli Orzhova 18 SRS F
M Eetu Nazarov 20 SRS M
M Noyan Molgos 26 SRS M
F Alida Petrov 20 SRS F


Syneca AC
City: Syneca, Sivolvia
Stadium: Synesoft Arena (cap. 38,600)
Manager: Titor Hlinka
Captain: Cabran Asfaw
Club Summary: One of the Confederacy's most unpredictable clubs returns to the top tier. Three years ago, their league form was unimpressive, finishing 16th of 24 teams, but they put together a surprise run to the cup semifinals, where they were eventually eliminated by the eventual champions. Another lackluster league finish saw the left behind when the Superleague was formed, but they came out swinging last year, dueling with Hensha for the League 1 title the whole season. Their return set off a wave of celebrations which will continue through the coming season, win or lose. Syneca's tourist image tends to be more on the side of debauchery and party culture than most Algolian cities, someting the renewed presence of top-tier football can only exacerbate.
Last Year: 2nd, League 1
Prediction: Syneca have done an admirable job holding their roster together over a turbulent two years, but whether that is a good thing as they are promoted to the Superleague remains to be seen. Their team has a wealth of experience, with a good amount of youth waiting in the wings, but the strength of their defense against Superleague attacks is in doubt. Syneca's attak should be fairly healthy though, as they added a pair of veterans with plenty of skill to contribute, nabbing Pal Durano from MSC and Girma Mikhulat from Brantisvogan. How well those former rivals can play together will have a huge impact on whether Syneca can manage to stick around at this level. Mikhulat will have one strongly established forward partner in Gurgen Raynott, and his presence will only help the continuing development of Lyzolda Petrov. At the other end of the field, Shadi Lundergan is a wily veteran between the pipes, and he and Avag Trettin will command a capable, if unremarkable back line. This is definitely a team that has improved in preparation for its shot at the top flight, and it seems very clear that Syneca do not intend to head straight back down to League 1. Given how many Superleague teams seem to be content with transitioning from football clubs to tire fires, Syneca have a very good chance to avoid relegation. 12th
Out:
PlayerPos.ClubAgeFee
Chario ZouchaSTRudlit Miners230.25M
Brehan DuhaldCMRudlit Miners32Free
Cayan RivogSTWavel AC30Free

In:
PlayerPos.ClubAgeFee
Girma MikhulatSTBrantisvogan FC312M
Pal DuranoLMMegabrantid SC300.75M

Roster:
GK  Shadi Lundergan   33   SRS    M
LB Damek Jarsden 28 SRS M
CB Avag Trettin 30 SRS M
CB Veedrith Sengir 25 SRS F
RB Stadrin Roskam 27 SRS M
LM Pal Durano 30 SRS M
CM Givi Kathan 29 SRS M
RM Cabran Asfaw 30 SRS M
LF Lyzolda Petrov 22 SRS F
ST Girma Mikhulat 31 SRS M
RF Gurgen Raynott 26 SRS M
Subs:
GK Tolsimir Riszner 20 SRS M
D Riker Dekam 32 SRS M
D Jaylene Kazarov 21 SRS F
M Pylna Yarrow 22 SRS F
M Brago Inanzala 24 SRS M
F Tuli Kokko 18 SRS F


Traal Athletics
City: Traal, East Flania
Stadium: Flanoil Arena (cap. 50,350)
Manager: Lopal Daror
Captain: Arlo Damot
Club Summary: Traal is not an easy place to live. The harbor is icebound over half of the year, and the retractable roof of the Flanoil Arena end ups closed more often than not. Despite that, Traal Athletics has survived as a club since well before the war, and is thriving today, due in large part to an excellent scouting department and a front office that maintains good business relationships with other teams around the country. Accordingly, Traal is often able both to identify young talent in lower league, and to secure transfer agreements with those clubs. Frequently, Traal reciprocates by sending its own developing talent out on loan deals to teams it has bought players from. They have a particularly good relationship with League 2 side, Porters, from whom they obtained current club and national team captain Arlo Damot. While Traal's lower operating budget necessitates frequent changes in personnel, the one constant is that no matter how outspent or outmatched Traal seem to be, they always find a way to contend with the richer clubs of Algolia and Megabrantis. This is probably owed in large part to the loyalty of manager Daror, who is widely regarded as the best Confederate manager there is.
Last Year: 4th
Prediction: The addition of Avagyan last year was a revelation, and the added boost to the attack sent Traal to a second Confederacy Cup title. While they finished a bit lower than they'd hoped in the league, Traal remain the SCFA's most consistently excellent team. Their league finishes of 1st, 3rd, and 4th are equaled only by Algolia, and no team has as good a record in the cup, despite their letdown elimination in the second round of the second edition. As is their usual MO, Traal made a few carefully considered moves during the window, selling Skumantas Nakhutin, Ensio Doba, and Margath Helder. The main loss here is, of course, Nakhutin, who was as good a defensive partner for defensive stalwart Tervi Oleb as could reasonably be hoped for. Doba's replacement, however, should make Traal a much more dangerous team in the attack, as Apoxian left wing Larissa Vilhajalmsson joins from Calshott Lighthouse. Her speed and crossing flair will be an asset in Daror's wing-based tactics. It will remain to be seen whether the Confederate defensive guru can drill some defensive responsibility into her, and whether she will be a fit for his notoriously inflexible system in the long run. Arlo Damot and Doron Aldra should be dependable as ever in midfield, and Kambiz Avagyan looks set to continue thriving on a possession-based team only too happy to keep feeding him the ball. Vilhajalmsson seems such a good fit for Daror's attacking tactics overall, that one has to conclude that Traal have just about kept pace with MSC and Algolia despite spending quite a bit less money. A typical Traal offseason will most likely lead to a typical Traal season. I expect them to round out the top three, and put in another good showing in the Cup. 3rd
Out:
PlayerPos.ClubAgeFee
Skumantas NakhutinCBGladerial United (VAL)272M
Ensio DobaLMSvetranj United260.25M
Margath HelderRBBrasta FC260.3M

In:
PlayerPos.ClubAgeFee
Larissa Vilhajalmsson (APX)LWCalshott Lighthouse (APX)253M

Roster:
Pos Player               Age   Nat.  Gen.
GK Istaro Munib 30 SRS M
LB Laris Argall 28 SRS M
CB Adeliz Ozog 22 SRS F
CB Tervi Oleb 29 SRS M
CB Graven Rodby 25 SRS M
RB Reuter Storsjo 23 SRS M
LM Larissa Vilhajalmsson 26 APX F
CM Arlo Damot 32 SRS M
CM Doron Aldra 24 SRS M
RM Aleen Kroes 25 SRS F
ST Kambiz Avagyan 28 SRS M
Subs:
GK Dagmund Zarek 25 SRS M
D Aryel Ciernik 18 SRS F
D Jarlag Atarka 19 SRS M
M Torvald Ebben 22 SRS M
M Vigar Johanek 25 SRS M
F Sandine Nedzukova 27 SRS F


Viltvodle United
City: Viltvodle, Megabrantis
Stadium: Chernov Stadium (cap. 57,600)
Manager: Sovrag Scordo
Captain: Stovar Kehtna
Club Summary: United are the slightly larger, slightly older club, but in almost every regard are equivalent to City. Without their cross-town rival, United will definitely have a less-exciting season, especially with City looking poised to run roughshod over League 1. All of United's secondary rivals, such as Jaglan and Chalesm care much more about other matches this year, and while some might predict a distraction-free year, with less media hoopla than usual would be good for United's fairly young team, there are so many new starters that one is tempted to say United would be better off down alongside City, playing lesser opponents to give their prospects more time to develop before pitting them against the best in the Confederacy.
Last Year: 13th
Prediction: United were a bad team last year, let's be honest. While their fans may be delighted with staying up while City went down, the teams were a whisker away from each other all year long, and it could have very easily gone the other way. With this in mind, the club appears to have done about half of what was necessary to turn the team around. First what they did do: make a change in goal. Dzemetz Klepacki was not getting the job done, and while Aram Gnau certainly allowed more goals, he also faced more high danger chances, and should be an upgrade, if a slight one. What United have not done is bring in much in the way of reinforcements for the rest of the team. They sold Khajag Oonar and Jirar Koeru to League 1 teams to bring in a little money, spent it all on Gnau, and only sprung for another quarter million to add center back Daczibog Ketadzic. The club has spun this as having confidence in their youth prospects, but it reeks of cheapness to me, and I think they'll pay for it. The defense should be a bit better than last year, but the young players being asked to step up may struggle to break through against many Superleague defenses, though the combination of Rocco Luk, Viordar Dzegtariev, and Talfryn Heltain should be strong again. Raibel Peikola and Kaldrin Pinder are question marks though. If they prove worthy of the club's professed confidence, I may be proved entirely wrong. 14th
Out:
PlayerPos.ClubAgeFee
Khajag OonarCMFC Hunian280.3M
Jirar KoeruLMSivolvia Central290.25M
Dzemetz KlepackiGKFC Sjerezo30Free
Ramaz KorveCBGonen's Bridge (NPH)31Free

In:
PlayerPos.ClubAgeFee
Aram GnauGKFC Hunian300.6M
Daczibog KetadzicCBSjerezo FC270.25M

Roster:
Pos Player            Age   Nat.  Gen.
GK Aram Gnau 30 SRS M
LB Nadja Kejr 25 SRS F
CB Daczibog Ketadzic 27 SRS M
CB Sweyn Haferl 22 SRS M
RB Stovar Kehtna 31 SRS M
LM Kaldrin Pinder 18 SRS F
CM Rocco Luk 23 EFL M
CM Raibel Peikola 24 SRS F
RM Talfryn Heltain 28 SRS M
ST Viordar Dzegtariev 27 SRS M
ST Pfandr Oresund 25 SRS M
Subs:
GK Meren Predlov 25 SRS F
D Kalmar Drendt 26 SRS M
D Buring Geremek 21 SRS M
M Harian Deptula 26 SRS M
M Haakan Galorub 18 SRS M
F Nin Prantist 23 SRS F


FC Yassaca
City: Yassaca, Sivolvia
Stadium: Pheldagrif Stadium (cap 45,620)
Manager: Irfun Melkum
Captain: Kioz Ryndin
Club Summary: The highest profile team in Sivolvia have only gotten bigger and better in recent years. While many neutrals may not enjoy watching their unexciting style of play, the club and its supporters don't care at all. Under Irfun Melkum, probably second only to Lopal Daror as Confederate defensive guru's go, they have developed a very specific brand of football, and stick to it. Whether this consistency of mission can see them through to the top four and earn them a spot in an international tournament remains to be seen, but of all the smaller clubs hoping to replicate what Traal have built, Yassaca look the closest to actually achieving their goal.
Last Year: 6th
Prediction: Yassaca were one of the biggest surprises riding a stifling midfield-based possession game to a series of close victories and a totally unexpected sixth-place finish. Despite some shuffling of personnel, the team looks poised to repeat their performance, with all but three starters returning, and one of those replaced with the incoming Vicki Coleman from Corvette Maulers, whose deft, possession-keeping stye of play should be an immediate fit with Yassaca. Holger Okoli will shift slightly forward to make way for her, while Varna Ahlzweig moves off the bench into the back line spot vacated by Yafos Bootsma. Temuris Kulmala and Rostom Escarano will be dependable, defender's defenders as they have been, and Olev Clegg, poached from League 1, will be solid contributor on the left. Once again, this should be an extremely frustrating team to play against, and with the emerging Jeska Verhulst returning up front, they could be that much more dangerous in the attack. Yassaca should be a club fighting on the edges of contention with Brantisvogan, Jaglan, and Damogran. If everything goes their way, they could sneak into the top four. 4th
Out:
PlayerPos.ClubAgeFee
Yafos BootsmaCBSivolvia Central280.25M
Housam VoyelsDMBrasta FC32Free
Zadok RentaCMRosbank Town (BRE)32Free
Prasert ZupanSTSivolvia Central30Free

In:
PlayerPos.ClubAgeFee
Vicki Coleman (NPH)DMCorvette Maulers (NPH)283M
Olev CleggLBBrasta FC290.4M

Roster:
Pos Player           Age   Nat.  Gen.
GK Argis Ekewakan 29 SRS M
LB Olev Clegg 29 SRS M
CB Temuris Kulmala 31 SRS M
CB Varna Ahlzweig 23 SRS F
RB Rostom Escarano 30 SRS M
CDM Vicki Coleman 28 NPH F
LCM Holger Okoli 31 SRS M
RCM Kioz Ryndin 31 SRS M
CAM Zosimo Halas 26 SRS M
ST Jeska Verhulst 24 SRS F
ST Kurbis Garipzanov 25 SRS M
Subs:
GK Therouane Blahova 23 SRS F
D Walda Harkhan 19 SRS F
D Orban Saliani 24 SRS M
M Edlin Bernau 22 SRS M
M Selvala Tabur 20 SRS F
F Kalevi Halena 18 SRS M
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Season 4 MD1-MD10

Postby Squornshelan Remnant States » Fri Dec 06, 2019 1:04 pm

Megabrantid 0–0 Traal Athletics (0–0 AET) (5–6 pen.)

It's a bit of a bore for most of the neutrals watching, but you have to give Lopal Daror and this Traal club credit. They know their tactics, and when they're on their game there's not much you can do to break through them. MSC's talented midfield looked impotent, and though Traal probably didn't intend things to go to penalties, it worked out in the end, as Zduncyk's miss opened the door for Aldra to finish the match off.


Always Ready 1–0 Mukjus Power
Arsenal Jzerbo 1–1 Halfarian
Lizelia 0–2 Rennerby Town
Independent 0–1 Verduga

Nothing particularly remarkable here, except maybe Rennerby hanging two goals on Lizelia in Lizelia. The bottom half of League 3 fighting it out doesn't make for the highest quality football.

Chalesm 1–0 Traal Athletics
Bedesnjak 38'

Brantisvogan 0–1 Syneca AC
Mikhulat 5'

AC Damogran 0–1 Algolia
Rebljeten 81'

Olympia Arkintoofle 0–1 Emerald Coast
Naqvi 53'

Megabrantid 2–2 Viltvodle United
Takala 23', Zduncyk 48' - Heltain 33', 70'

Hensha 0–1 Yassaca
Verhulst 70'

Jaglan Royals 0–0 Sporting Jaglan

Damogran FC 1–1 Lublova Reds
Damograni 20' - Caldryn 54'

We're off to a great start, with derbies (albeit lower profile ones) in Algolia to start the year. In Jaglan, Royals shut down Sporting's attack very capably, but forgot to score any goals of their own, an ominous result for their hopes of a renewed attack. In Damogran, Athletic gave Algolia all they could handle, but were dispatched by a single late goal from Rebljeten. Elsewhere, it was a story of strikers scoring on their debuts, as Bedesnjak sent a powerful shot past Munib to propel Chalesm past Traal, and Mikhulat helped newly promoted Syneca upset his former teammates in Brantisvogan. Caldryn earned Lublova a point in Damogran with her second half tap in of a screamer off the bar by Strepol. One amusing statistic is that, with the majority of matches finishing 1-0, Talfryn Heltain of V United is, for the present our goalscoring leader, potting both markers to earn his club a point against MSC.

Megabrantid SC 1–0 Loxthorpe Rovers FC (FVA)

Keppal Cosmos (ZWZ) 0–0 Algolia AC

A decent start for the Confederate teams, as Kylar converts to give MSC a narrow home victory, with a vitally important home clean sheet kept largely on the strength of strong possession play by the midfield. Algolia manage a draw in Zwangzug, but must win the return leg, as they failed to record an away goal.

Traal Athletics 2–0 Lublova Reds
Avagyan 44', Damot, 62'

Sporting Jaglan 2–2 Damogran FC
Orgatz 20', Roedberg 66' - Starosta 48', 52'

Yassaca 0–3 Jaglan Royals
Gerstlauer 19', Detkov 46', 78'

Viltvodle United 0–0 Hensha

Emerald Coast 1–1 Megabrantid
Thiel 50' - Slenderbill 31'

Algolia 0–0 Olympia Arkintoofle

Syneca AC 4–1 AC Damogran
Mikhulat 11', 77', Petrov 20', Trettin 51' - Paecht 22'

Chalesm 7–2 Brantisvogan
Hocij 27', Nadzab 48', Bedesnjak 55' (PK), 68', 89', Mitchell 72', Dyranut 81' - Makai 9', Rallinaitis 42'

The Capital Derby came early this year, and what a match it was. One to remember for jubilant Chalesm, and one best forgotten for Brantisvogan fans. Everything seemed to be going so well for Brantisvogan to start. After letting Syneca get up on them early last week, Brantisvogan struck first, with Makai getting her first in black and red. Chalesm managed to tie the score, with Mitchell playing a perfectly-weighted through ball to set the table nicely for Hocij, but Rallinaitis added a second for the visitors to restore the lead before halftime. After coming back out on the field, it somehow all fell apart. Nadzab tied it up after Saur was caught out of position, paying too close attention to Bedesnjak's footwork. The youngster would nearly double his tally shortly thereafter, but was dragged down in the box by Pensinger, and Bedsenjak converted the ensuing penalty to give Chalesm the lead. Brantisvogan took control of possession for a while after that, but couldn't manage anything to beat Mustahil. As they got more and more desperate, the counterattacks began to appear, and Bedesnjak doubled his tally on one in the 68th. Another goal came just four minutes later, with the captain Mitchell making a late run and smashing the ball past Jonason, who looked about ready to strangle his back line. You really have to admire the Nepharan keeper's restraint, especially after another counter in the 81st gave Dyranut a one-on-one which he finished with aplomb. Finally, with the match firmly out of reach and the disheartened Brantisvogan players putting forth only a token effort, Bedesnjak stole a pass and broke in alone to complete his hat trick. In other action, Syneca broke loose against Athletic for four goals, and Sporting managed to steal a point against Damogran, who were the victims of shoddy defending. Uncharacteristically, Yassaca were also weak at the back this week, giving up three at home to Royals.

Mukjus Power 0–2 Always Ready
Always Ready win 3-0 on aggregate
Halfarian 1–0 Arsenal Jzerbo
Halfarian win 2-1 on aggregate
Rennerby 3–4 Lizelia
Rennerby win 5-4 on aggregate
Verduga 4–2 Independent
Verduga win 5-2 on aggregate

There's a lot more action to break down in terms of goals scored than in the first leg, but this is still just the worst SCFA teams beating each other up. Yawn.

Brantisvogan 1–4 Traal Athletics
Ruoho 34' - Avagyan 40', 59', Oleb 53', Vilhajalmsson 88'

AC Damogran 0–4 Chalesm
Eichhorn 34', Bedesnjak 44', 54', Mardersteig 80'

Olympia Arkintoofle 1–3 Syneca AC
Yndel 12' - Petrov 31', 54', Raynott 60'

Megabrantid 2–2 Algolia
Teklu 17', Gebara 37' - Gilleran 35', Eisenhauer 72'

Hensha 1–0 Emerald Coast
Volot 64'

Jaglan Royals 2–2 Viltvodle United
Ridenton 27', Detkov 50' - Peikola 24', Ketadzic 90'

Damogran FC 0–2 Yassaca
Halas 43', Okoli 69'

Lublova Reds 1–2 Sporting Jaglan
Vannifar 88' - Machaka 54', Petrov 68'

Brantisvogan have now seen their championship defense begin with three straight losses, giving up twelve goals in those matches while scoring just three. Vilhajalmsson's pace and timing down the flank was too much for Pensinger, and she scored one goal and assisted on two others. Across town, MSC and Algolia fought to a draw that saw both Eisenhauer and Gebara score their first goals with their new clubs. Our improbable league leaders continued to roll, with Chalesm the latest team to victimize Athletic, piling up four goals in an embarrassing match for the hosts, who looked totally outmatched. Syneca notched another away win, shredding Olympia's defense after allowing an early goal on well-taken free kick from Yndel.

Loxthorpe Rovers FC 0-0 Megabrantid SC
Algolia AC 0-2 Keppal Cosmos

MSC advance to the second round with a scoeless draw in Flavovespia, but Algolia, who hoped to follow up their Globe Cup quarterfinal appearance with a good run in the DIT are out at the first hurdle, conceding two at home and finishing their tournament with precisely 0 goals scored. With only two goals from their first four matches in all competitions, one wonders where the lethal attack they have on paper has been out there on the field.

Traal Athletics 4–3 Sporting Jaglan
Oleb 12', Damot 31', Aldra 37', Nedzukova 79' - Tavoc 42', Orgatz 87', Nazahn 89'

Yassaca 1–1 Lublova Reds
Ryndin 68' - Vannifar 6'

Viltvodle United 1–2 Damogran FC
Dzegtariev 85' - Dolnight 50', 80'

Emerald Coast 1–0 Jaglan Royals
Erseburg 60'

Algolia 2–1 Hensha
Eisenhauer 62', 66' - Brusov 3'

Syneca AC 4–3 Megabrantid
Durano 9', Mikhulat 40', 89', Asfaw 86' - Kylar 15', Takala 48', Teklu 51'

Chalesm 3–3 Olympia Arkintoofle
Yakam 6', Mitchell 55', Mardersteig 74' - Tatyova 13', Yndel 18', Nebojsic 87'

Brantisvogan 5–4 AC Damogran
Lapwing 9', Kuri 17', 57', Makai 61', Krause 78' - Durano 18', Irigon 72', 81', Faust 83'

Who could have predicted that after four matches, newly promoted Syneca would sit alone at the top of the table, or that the team they would finally pull clear of would be Chalesm? Our own preseason predictions, you may recall had these two clubs at 12th and 8th respectively. Chalesm were a bit unlucky not to keep pace with Syneca, as Olympia needed a goal in the dying minutes of the match to steal an away point. Syneca, on the other hand, pulled some late heroics of their own, putting up two goals in the last five minutes to steal the win from visiting MSC in a thrilling back-and-forth match that saw Mikhulat continue to tear through opposing defenses, netting a brace, including the winner. In Traal, Sporting fell just short in a similar attempt, getting two goals, but needing three to catch their hosts and steal a point. By far the wildest match of the day took place in Brantisvogan, where struggling Athletic came to town to face their equally beleaguered hosts. The match got off to a good start for Brantisvogan, with Athletic's porous defense allowing Lapwing too much space at the edge of the box before ten minutes had passed, and repeating their mistake with Kuri less than ten minutes later. There was an immediate response though, as the home side perhaps took their eye off their opponents for a moment, and Durano's long range strike beat Jonason, a rare goal for the holding mid. The second half began again with goals for the home side, as Kuri doubled his tally, playing a cross from Ruoho on the volley, and Makai beat Traft to a corner to head the ball home, making it 4-1 with half an hour to play. There was a definite sense that things were all but over except on the Athletic sideline, where Hjorth brought off a struggling Paecht in favor of the young Xannerian, Faust. Whether it was simply fresh legs, youthful enthusiasm, or tactical instructions carried along, his entry changed the complexion of the match. Irigon was able to find space, and broke loose for a goal in the 71st to bring Athletic within two, but Krause struck back with an inspired run and a one-two with Kuri to restore the three goal margin. Though Irigon scored again, and Faust added another Krause's goal proved a backbreaker, and Brantisvogan are finally in the win column.

Granant Rovers 1–2 FC Sjerezo
Flamarion City 3–2 Canyons
Dynamo Lublova 3–2 AC Damogran
Revolution 1–3 Yassaca
Cramshananteen 1–5 Arkintoofle United
Olympia Sasava 0–1 Wavel Rangers
GIM Bears 2–4 Chalesm
Orenfeld 0–1 Emerald Coast
Dynamo Bardjov 2–0 Viltvodle City
Rennerby Town 0–1 Wavel AC
Molvania Lutenblag 0–2 FC Hunian
Halfarian 1–3 Rudlit Miners
Always Ready 0–1 Jaglan Royals
Vassilian City 5–3 Sporting Jaglan
Hrund AC 0–1 Lokomotiv Dzrebo
FC Syneca 3–1 Brasta FC
Traktor Gryrorik 3–1 Damogran FC
Golgafrincham City 2–1 FC Hensha
Flania Traal 2–0 Lublova Reds
Railways 1–1 Han Dold City
Rockets 2–2 Svetranj United
Szlachta Lutenblag 2–3 Olympia Arkintoofle
Verduga 0–1 Syneca AC
Gachikovo 2–3 Rudlit Rovers
Porters 0–3 Viltvodle United
Avangard Slagvec 0–0 Sivolvia Central
Scovelan 0–2 Interblag
Flania Zarss 3–4 UFC Flamarion

There aren't many real surprises in this round, with the exception being both Damogran teams conceding three goals in losses to lower-league Molvanian clubs. Athletic trail Dynamo Lublova by one heading to the second leg, though they do have two away goals to their credit. Meanwhile, Damogran FC are in real trouble, having fallen to Traktor 1-3, and need a strong home performance to avoid an embarrassing early exit.

AC Damogran 0–1 Traal Athletics
Vilhajalmsson 42'

Olympia Arkintoofle 4–5 Brantisvogan
Durrig 28', Bartonek 46', 67', Katic 88' - Rallinaitis 30', 77', Makai 39', Ruoho 65', Kuri 70'

Megabrantid 0–0 Chalesm

Hensha 1–3 Syneca AC
Vingelen 4' - Petrov 7', 21', 79'

Jaglan Royals 1–4 Algolia
Vylarr 35' - Rebljeten 30', Cadash 56', Eisenhauer 66', Holstege 77'

Damogran FC 1–1 Emerald Coast
Damograni 78' - Stienno 46'

Lublova Reds 0–0 Viltvodle United

Sporting Jaglan 1–3 Yassaca
Machaka 68' - Garipzanov 7', Kulmala 16', 20'

It was over nearly before it began in Jaglan, as Yassaca strangled the life out of Sporting, forcing turnovers and drawing their overeager opponents out of position. Melkum should be commended for devising a brilliant set of tactics for the match, and his team were ahead by three after just twenty minutes, with center back Kulmala striking twice from set pieces after Garipzanov opened the scoring with a very matter of fact finish to a long passing buildup. Sporting avoided the ignominy of being shut out at home, but were only able to create a chance to beat Ekewakan once. Brantisvogan again won in spite of their defense, and it is becoming clear that their losses on the back line have not been adequately dealt with. Against a better side than Olympia, they would have been in real trouble today. Up at the top of the table, Syneca keep up their winning ways, dispatching fellow promotees Hensha on the strength of a hat trick from an unexpected source. While one might have picked the high profile signing Mikhulat as most likely to tally three goals in a match, it was 22-year-old forward Lyzolda Petrov who claims that honor. Her trick was also a natural, as she answered Vingelen's early goal then put Syneca up for good around 15 minutes later, before striking again late to put the match on ice. The feature match of the day, however, was always bound to be the Royal Derby, with the lethal attack of Algolia matched up against the Royals' defensive prowess. The favorites put on a real show, with four different players finding the back of the net, and surrendering only one. The Suntigers look to be finding their form after a slightly shaky beginning to the season, with Eisenhauer scoring in three straight league matches.

Traal Athletics 1–0 Yassaca
Rodby 75'

Viltvodle United 2–2 Sporting Jaglan
Oresund 57', Pinder 75' - Nazhan 24', Roedberg 62'

Emerald Coast 3–0 Lublova Reds
Alexandre 37', Stienno 44', 78'

Algolia 3–4 Damogran FC
Delu 20', Rebljeten 45', Gilleran 55' - Madvig 14', Damograni 7', 30' Fitzgerald 51'

Syneca AC 1–3 Jaglan Royals
Kathan 11' - Detkov 25', Gerstlauer 33', 80'

Chalesm 1–0 Hensha
Nadzab 19'

Brantisvogan 3–2 Megabrantid
Koppuri 42', Lapwing 52', Ruoho 62' - Takala 3, Kylar 74'

AC Damogran 0–1 Olympia Arkintoofle
Borkowski 24'

The Brantid Derby took on an urgent sense of desperation today, as both Brantisvogan and MSC have struggled mightily in the early going this year, falling far short of expectation while watching Chalesm surpass them both with apparent ease (though they did nearly botch what should have been an easy home victory over Hensha today). MSC, who have yet to win a match, and have just four points from their first five matches, are really feeling the pressure to perform, and to their credit, managed to channel that energy into an early goal, with Takala applying the finish. Things looked a bit grim for Brantisvogan when Makai picked up a knock on a hard challenge from Kroetzl and was unable to continue, subbed off in the 30th. Koppuri stepped up as her replacement though, and tied the match heading into the locker room after turning Slenderbill inside out to open just enough space for a shot. Coming out after the half, Brantisvogan rallied. Lapwing and Ruoho scored just ten minutes apart with the latter dodging his teammates and sprinting over to the bench to include the wounded striker in the celebration. MSC managed to pull within one when Kylar headed home a Teklu corner kick, but just can't seem to get their attack working consistently. It seems incredible to say, but Skeens could be in real danger for his job if he can't turn this team around soon. In Syneca, the home side finally tasted something other than victory, as Gerstlauer and the visiting Royals overpowered their midfield and denied Syneca's strikers any space to work with. The North Damogran Derby ended up as something of a shootout, with all three Damogran strikers getting on the scoresheet, and Algolia putting up three goals of their own. The Suntigers very nearly saved the draw in the closing moments, but Zigdis pushed Eisenhauer's 92nd-minute shot just over the bar, and then punched the ensuing corner clear to clinch the win.


FC Sjerezo 2–2 Granant Rovers
Sjerezo win 4-3 on aggregate
Canyons 0–0 Flamarion City
Flamarion CIty win 3-2 on aggregate
AC Damogran 2–0 Dynamo Lublova
AC Damogran win 4-3 on aggregate
Yassaca 1–0 Revolution
Yassaca win 4-1 on aggregate
Arkintoofle United 2–1 Cramshananteen
Arkintoofle United win 7-2 on aggregate
Wavel Rangers 1–2 Olympia Sasava
Aggregate tied 2-2, Olympia Sasava win 2-1 on away goals
Chalesm 0–1 GIM Bears
Chalesm win 4-3 on aggregate
Emerald Coast 1–0 Orenfeld
Emerald Coast win 2-0 on aggregate
Viltvodle City 0–0 Dynamo Bardjov
Dynamo Bardjov win 2-0 on aggregate
Wavel AC 4–2 Rennerby Town
Wavel AC win 5-2 on aggregate
FC Hunian 2–3 Molvania Lutenblag
FC Hunian win 4-3 on aggregate
Rudlit Miners 2–2 Halfarian
Rudlit Miners win 5-3 on aggregate
Jaglan Royals 1–2 Always Ready
Aggregate tied 2-2, Always Ready win 2-1 on away goals
Sporting Jaglan 1–1 Vassilian City
Vassilian City win 6-4 on aggregate
Lokomotiv Dzrebo 1–1 Hrund AC
Lokomotiv Dzrebo win 2-1 on aggregate
Brasta FC 7–3 FC Syneca
Brasta FC win 8-6 on aggregate
Damogran FC 2–0 Traktor Gryrorik
Aggregate tied 3-3, Damogran FC win 1-0 on away goals
FC Hensha 4–0 Golgafrincham City
FC Hensha win 5-2 on aggregate
Lublova Reds 3–4 Flania Traal
Flania Traal win 6-3 on aggregate
Han Dold City 0–1 Railways
Railways win 2-1 on aggregate
Svetranj United 1–1 Rockets
Aggregate tied 3-3, Svetranj United win 2-1 on away goals
Olympia Arkintoofle 2–2 Szlachta Lutenblag
Olympia Arkintoofle win 5-4 on aggregate
Syneca AC 1–0 Verduga
Syneca AC win 2-0 on aggregate
Rudlit Rovers 1–0 Gachikovo
Rudlit Rovers win 4-2 on aggregate
Viltvodle United 0–1 Porters
Viltvodle United win 3-1 on aggregate
Sivolvia Central 0–1 Avangard Slagvec
Avangard Slagvec win 1-0 on aggregate
Interblag 3–0 Scovelan
Interblag win 5-0 on aggregate
UFC Flamarion 0–1 Flania Zarss
Aggregate tied 4-4, UFC Flamarion win 4-1 on away goals

The Damogran sides that struggled in the first leg redeem themselves to clinch advancement to the second round, but there's trouble elsewhere in Algolia, as both Jaglan clubs are eliminated in major upsets. Sporting are knocked out by regional rivals Vassilian City, but it's mighty Royals laid low by League 3 club Always Ready FC from Brasta who are truly shocked at the end of the day, as the minnows get by on the strength of the pair of goals they scored in today's away victory. Truly a good day to be from Damogran.

Olympia Arkintoofle 0–0 Traal Athletics

Megabrantid 1–3 AC Damogran
Kylar 49' - Hamero 9', Raaso 61', Irigon 87'

Hensha 1–3 Brantisvogan
Zikov 72' - Makai 2', Rallinaitis 44', Lapwing 47'

Jaglan Royals 0–1 Chalesm
Bedesnjak 25'

Damogran FC 3–4 Syneca AC
Voldaren 8', Torluk 36', Dolnight 18' - Petrov 6', 51', Kokko 26', 61'

Lublova Reds 1–1 Algolia
Vepcojat 46' - Eisenhauer 86'

Sporting Jaglan 0–3 Emerald Coast
Alexandre 16', Paajar 24', Poudyal 57'

Yassaca 3–0 Viltvodle United
Halas 29', Verhulst 51', Ryndin 66'

Predictably, Traal shut down Olympia's attack completely this week, with Powell and Nebojsic both pretty much invisible. Unexpectedly, Olympia returned the favor, doubling up Vilhajalmsson, marking Avagyan closely, and forcing Traal to play through the middle. Full marks to Rakvere for his tactics, as he managed to out-coach Daror this week, no mean feat. Chalesm and Syneca both recorded big away victories today, felling Royals and Damogran. Both teams seem out to prove that their early success is no fluke, and with Chalesm's Bedesnjak and Syneca's Petrov both looking absolutely deadly in front of goal, it's up to the rest of the league to do something to stop them. Elsewhere in Jaglan, Emerald Coast served up a thorough beating to Sporting, and are quietly making their way up the table, riding a four game point streak that includes three clean sheet victories. There was excellent news from Brantisvogan, as Makai not only recovered from her injury against MSC in time to start against Hensha, but scored off the opening kickoff to lead her team to victorty. Finally, the grim news: MSC lost again. Manager Grigor Skeens has officially been dismissed from the club and will be replaced on an interim basis by his assistant Anneke Prallen, an absolutely shocking turn of events. This was a team that loaded up in the transfer window and had championship ambitions, winless through seven matches. Whether changes in personell or tactics are needed is uncertain, but Prallen will have her work cut out for her to try to salvage this season. Look for her to try to get Abdeg Darbo onto the field more, as this team appears to need his veteran leadership, and not just in the locker room.

Traal Athletics 0–0 Viltvodle United

Emerald Coast 1–1 Yassaca
Erseburg 73' - Coleman 77'

Algolia 1–1 Sporting Jaglan
Eisenhauer 53' - Roedberg 31'

Syneca AC 1–0 Lublova Reds
Mikhulat 4'

Chalesm 2–1 Damogran FC
Alberon 15', Bedesnjak 38' - Starosta 9'

Brantisvogan 0–2 Jaglan Royals
Ridenton 32', Gerstlauer 35'

AC Damogran 0–0 Hensha

Olympia Arkintoofle 1–2 Megabrantid
Powell 46' - Gebara 23', Kylar 60'

After scoring to tie the match and save her side from total embarrassment for the second week running, Eisenhauer would probably love some help from the rest of the Suntigers about now. While Algolia are hardly the only favorite struggling, Dolvin Antal has no desire to be the second sacking of the year. Perhaps it was just something in the air though, as three other matches around the league ended in draws, with Traal held scoreless by lowly Viltvodle, Emerald Coast and Yassaca each trying to out-possession the other, and both Athletic and Hensha failing to gain ground on the other in the relegation race. MSC made some headway removing themselves from that particular conversation. Properly chagrined at their performance of late, the team managed to gut out an away victory at an uncharacteristically on-form Olympia side, with Powell looking like the player fans were hoping for when he first came to Arkintoofle. Kylar, who is quickly developing into MSC's top option up front, would score the winner, and nearly add another in stoppage time. Incredibly, Chalesm and Syneca were once again two of the week's winners. Are teams around the league still not taking them seriously, or are they really just that good? Surely there is some team out there that can figure out how to shut down their strikers.

Wavel AC 1–5 Brantisvogan FC
Avangard Slagvec 1–0 Railways
Rudlit Rovers 1–2 Damogran FC
Syneca AC 4–2 FC Hunian
AC Damogran 1–2 Flamarion City
Always Ready 0–3 Flania Traal
Viltvodle United 2–1 Svetranj United
Brasta FC 3–3 Olympia Arkintoofle
Olympia Sasava 0–1 Emerald Coast
Interblag 0–2 Dynamo Bardjov
FC Sjerezo 1–1 FC Hensha
Yassaca 2–2 Chalesm
Lokomotiv Dzrebo 1–0 Algolia
Vassilian City 0–6 Traal Athletics
UFC Flamarion 3–2 Arkintoofle United
Rudlit Miners 1–1 Megabrantid

Scoring continues to be hard to come by for Algolia as the Suntigers lose 0-1 in Dzrebo of all places. Chalesm ends Yassaca's string of clean sheets with two important away goals, and Traal and Brantisvogan roll to big wins that will let them rest some players in the second leg. Olympia put up goals for once, but also allow them to an upset-minded Brasta team.

Megabrantid 1–1 Traal Athletics
Teklu 50' - Avagyan 35'

Hensha 1–1 Olympia Arkintoofle
Birdanan 57' - Katic 15'

Jaglan Royals 0–3 AC Damogran
Paecht 21', 28', Dahl 86'

Damogran FC 1–2 Brantisvogan
Madvig 76' - Makai 41', Perparim 51'

Lublova Reds 3–2 Chalesm
Vladcik 42', Pustoshka 53', Klaniczay 64' - Mitchell 29', Mardersteig 67'

Sporting Jaglan 3–1 Syneca AC
Palma 20', Tavoc 44', Petrov 82' - Mikhulat 72'

Yassaca 0–0 Algolia

Viltvodle United 1–0 Emerald Coast
Luk 34'

Brantisvogan and Damogran fighting it out around the midsection of the table, rather than its top: strange scenes in the early weeks of this season. AC Damogran, from down at the bottom of the table, reach up to hand Royals a home loss, putting three past Azlatzov. In Lublova, the Reds shows signs of life, with Vladcik belatedly scoring his first of the year to get a big win against Chalesm. Syneca also suffered a letdown, missing out on the chance to gain ground on their closest competition. They let Sporting score early, and had no choice but to chase the match, opening themselves up to the counterattack, and the hosts took full advantage. Mikhulat made things respectable with his 72nd minute header, but Alida Petrov (first cousin of Syneca's Lyzolda) came off the bench to restore the two-goal margin before the end. Algolia fail to score entirely, though on a visit to stingy Yassaca, this can perhaps be at least partially forgiven. Nevertheless, the Suntigers desperately need to find their scoring touch if they want to reinsert themselves into the championship race.

Megabrantid SC 2-2 Keppal Cosmos (ZWZ)
Miare CosmoStars (HIN) 3-2 Brantisvogan FC

Away goals aplenty, as MSC leave themselves potentially in a tough spot, needing a win, or a draw with at least three goals scored to advance. Keppal Cosmos look to eliminate their second confederate team in as many tournament rounds. Brantisvogan meanwhile, lose in Kita-Hinode, but leave themselves in a decent position with a brace of their own. They'll need the win at home, of course, but don't need to worry quite so much about the scoreline.

Traal Athletics 3–3 Emerald Coast
Damot 27', Avagyan 41', Aldra 71' - Erseburg 11', Stienno 63', Naqvi 73'

Algolia 4–1 Viltvodle United
Holstege 56', Eisenhauer 62', Abiodun 63', Autenrieth 88' - Peikola 52'

Syneca AC 2–1 Yassaca
Kathan 10', Durano 54' - Halas 20'

Chalesm 5–2 Sporting Jaglan
Mardersteig 3', 21', Alberon 29', Eichhorn 65', Hocij 83' - Orgatz 5', Rebsch 40'

Brantisvogan 1–3 Lublova Reds
Rallinaitis 63' - Caldryn 37', 77', Klaniczay 55'

AC Damogran 2–4 Damogran FC
Irigon 1', Raaso 35' - Klovsjo 27', Walker 48', Damograni 70', Fitzgerald 73'

Olympia Arkintoofle 1–0 Jaglan Royals
Seppa 86'

Megabrantid 3–0 Hensha
Takala 42', Kaluznyy 50', Teklu 87'

Megabrantid and Algolia fans must be breathing some slight sighs of relief as the season's first third draws to a close. Both were able to take advantage of comparatively weak opponents for big home victories. Both also got scoring from all over the lineup, with center back Abiodun and backup striker Autenrieth pitching in for Algolia, and right back Kaluznyy adding one for MSC. The main media focus this week, of course, was on the Damogran Derby at the Overburg. Things got off to a rocking start, with Irigon catching Damogran napping right off the opening kickoff. From there it was back and forth, with the visitors tying the match, then falling behind again to enter the locker room trailing Athletic by one. In the second half once again there was action immediately, with Walker jumping into the attack from her left back position to tie the game at two, where it remained until the 70th. Fitzgerald held up play and made a beautiful drop to Damograni, who hammered the ball past Malthus. Just a few minutes later, Fitzgerald found himself in the same position, and tricked the defense by making a quick turn and shooting himself. Malthus was caught leaning the wrong way, and the lead was doubled. Syneca and Chalesm bounced back from their losses, with Chalesm getting good service from Mardersteig with Bedesnjak enjoying a well-deserved rest.

Brantisvogan FC 2–1 Wavel AC
Brantisvogan FC win 7-2 on aggregate
Railways 1–0 Avangard Slagvec (1–1 AET)
Avangard Slagvec win 2-1 on aggregate
Damogran FC 1–0 Rudlit Rovers
Damogran FC win 3-1 on aggregate
FC Hunian 0–1 Syneca AC
Syneca AC win 5-2 on aggregate
Flamarion City 1–5 AC Damogran
AC Damogran win 6-3 on aggregate
Flania Traal 3–2 Always Ready
Flania Traal win 6-2 on aggregate
Svetranj United 0–0 Viltvodle United
Viltvodle United win 2-1 on aggregate
Olympia Arkintoofle 0–1 Brasta FC
Brasta FC win 4-3 on aggregate
Emerald Coast 1–0 Olympia Sasava
Emerald Coast win 2-0 on aggregate
Dynamo Bardjov 0–2 Interblag (0–2 AET) (5–6 pen.)
Aggregate tied 2-2, away goals tied 2-2, Interblag wins 6-5 on penalties
FC Hensha 0–0 FC Sjerezo
Aggregate tied 1-1, FC Hensha win on away goals
Chalesm 1–0 Yassaca
Chalesm win 3-2 on aggregate
Algolia 3–2 Lokomotiv Dzrebo
Aggregate tied 3-3, Lokomotiv Dzrebo win 2-0 on away goals
Traal Athletics 1–0 Vassilian City
Traal Athletics win 7-0 on aggregate
Arkintoofle United 1–2 UFC Flamarion
UFC Flamarion win 5-3 on aggregate
Megabrantid 4–1 Rudlit Miners
Megabrantid win 5-2 on aggregate

Emerald Coast continue their string of clean sheet cup victories, and have now had their past four cup matches end in 1-0 victory. The massive news though is that Algolia are out. They got the win they needed, but allowed Dzrebo to score twice, sending the Molvanians through to the next round. Their league performance must now be even more so under the microscope, as Antal tried to rally his troops and earn some of the silverware the board so badly wants.


Superleague Table:
-                        Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Syneca AC 10 8 0 2 24 16 +8 24
2 Chalesm 10 7 2 1 26 11 +15 23
3 Traal Athletics 10 5 4 1 16 9 +7 19
4 Algolia 10 4 5 1 18 11 +7 17
5 Emerald Coast 10 4 4 2 14 8 +6 16
6 Yassaca 10 4 3 3 12 9 +3 15
7 Brantisvogan 10 5 0 5 22 29 −7 15
8 Damogran FC 10 3 3 4 19 20 −1 12
9 Megabrantid 10 2 5 3 17 17 0 11
10 Jaglan Royals 10 3 2 5 11 13 −2 11
11 Olympia Arkintoofle 10 2 4 4 12 15 −3 10
12 Lublova Reds 10 2 4 4 10 14 −4 10
13 Sporting Jaglan 10 2 4 4 16 22 −6 10
14 Viltvodle United 10 1 6 3 9 15 −6 9
15 AC Damogran 10 2 1 7 13 21 −8 7
16 Hensha 10 1 3 6 5 14 −9 6


Superleague Goalscoring Leaders:
8 - Jurzse Bedesnjak   -  Chalesm
8 - Lyzolda Petrov - Syneca AC
7 - Sigrid Eisenhauer - Algolia
7 - Girma Mikhulat - Syneca AC
5 - Kambiz Avagyan - Traal Athletics
5 - Shadi Damograni - Damogran FC
5 - Kaalia Gerstlauer - Jaglan Royals
5 - Ibolya Makai - Brantisvogan
5 - Radu Mardersteig - Chalesm
5 - Keshav Rallinaitis - Brantisvogan



MD 1:
Arkintoofle United 2–0 Interblag
Han Dold City 1–2 Canyons
Wavel AC 1–0 FC Sjerezo
Viltvodle City 5–2 UFC Flamarion
FC Hunian 2–4 Brasta FC
Rudlit Miners 2–1 Sivolvia Central
Lokomotiv Dzrebo 4–2 Svetranj
Rudlit Rovers 1–3 Wavel Rangers

MD 2:
Interblag 0–2 Wavel Rangers
Svetranj 3–2 Rudlit Rovers
Sivolvia Central 1–0 Lokomotiv Dzrebo
Brasta FC 0–3 Rudlit Miners
UFC Flamarion 1–1 FC Hunian
FC Sjerezo 1–7 Viltvodle City
Canyons 0–0 Wavel AC
Arkintoofle United 0–2 Han Dold City

MD 3:
Han Dold City 3–4 Interblag
Wavel AC 0–1 Arkintoofle United
Viltvodle City 2–1 Canyons
FC Hunian 2–4 FC Sjerezo
Rudlit Miners 1–1 UFC Flamarion
Lokomotiv Dzrebo 2–4 Brasta FC
Rudlit Rovers 2–2 Sivolvia Central
Wavel Rangers 1–0 Svetranj

MD 4:
Interblag 0–2 Svetranj
Sivolvia Central 1–0 Wavel Rangers
Brasta FC 0–0 Rudlit Rovers
UFC Flamarion 3–2 Lokomotiv Dzrebo
FC Sjerezo 3–2 Rudlit Miners
Canyons 1–0 FC Hunian
Arkintoofle United 0–0 Viltvodle City
Han Dold City 0–0 Wavel AC

MD 5:
Wavel AC 0–1 Interblag
Viltvodle City 1–1 Han Dold City
FC Hunian 0–1 Arkintoofle United
Rudlit Miners 1–1 Canyons
Lokomotiv Dzrebo 3–2 FC Sjerezo
Rudlit Rovers 2–5 UFC Flamarion
Wavel Rangers 0–1 Brasta FC
Svetranj 4–2 Sivolvia Central

MD 6:
Interblag 0–1 Sivolvia Central
Brasta FC 0–1 Svetranj
UFC Flamarion 0–0 Wavel Rangers
FC Sjerezo 0–2 Rudlit Rovers
Canyons 0–1 Lokomotiv Dzrebo
Arkintoofle United 1–1 Rudlit Miners
Han Dold City 1–2 FC Hunian
Wavel AC 1–1 Viltvodle City

MD 7:
Viltvodle City 1–2 Interblag
FC Hunian 2–0 Wavel AC
Rudlit Miners 2–3 Han Dold City
Lokomotiv Dzrebo 3–3 Arkintoofle United
Rudlit Rovers 0–0 Canyons
Wavel Rangers 1–0 FC Sjerezo
Svetranj 3–1 UFC Flamarion
Sivolvia Central 0–4 Brasta FC

MD 8:
Interblag 0–0 Brasta FC
UFC Flamarion 3–4 Sivolvia Central
FC Sjerezo 1–4 Svetranj
Canyons 1–0 Wavel Rangers
Arkintoofle United 2–3 Rudlit Rovers
Han Dold City 0–0 Lokomotiv Dzrebo
Wavel AC 3–3 Rudlit Miners
Viltvodle City 7–2 FC Hunian

MD 9:
FC Hunian 1–0 Interblag
Rudlit Miners 3–5 Viltvodle City
Lokomotiv Dzrebo 2–0 Wavel AC
Rudlit Rovers 1–1 Han Dold City
Wavel Rangers 1–1 Arkintoofle United
Svetranj 0–0 Canyons
Sivolvia Central 2–0 FC Sjerezo
Brasta FC 1–2 UFC Flamarion

MD 10:
Interblag 2–1 UFC Flamarion
FC Sjerezo 4–2 Brasta FC
Canyons 2–2 Sivolvia Central
Arkintoofle United 1–2 Svetranj
Han Dold City 1–0 Wavel Rangers
Wavel AC 0–0 Rudlit Rovers
Viltvodle City 3–4 Lokomotiv Dzrebo
FC Hunian 3–7 Rudlit Miners


League 1 Table:
-                        Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Svetranj 10 7 1 2 21 12 +9 22
2 Viltvodle City 10 5 3 2 32 17 +15 18
3 Lokomotiv Dzrebo 10 5 2 3 21 18 +3 17
4 Sivolvia Central 10 5 2 3 16 17 −1 17
5 Brasta FC 10 4 2 4 16 14 +2 14
6 Wavel Rangers 10 4 2 4 8 6 +2 14
7 Canyons 10 3 5 2 8 7 +1 14
8 Rudlit Miners 10 3 4 3 25 21 +4 13
9 Han Dold City 10 3 4 3 13 12 +1 13
10 Arkintoofle United 10 3 4 3 12 12 0 13
11 Interblag 10 4 1 5 9 13 −4 13
12 UFC Flamarion 10 3 3 4 19 21 −2 12
13 Rudlit Rovers 10 2 5 3 13 16 −3 11
14 FC Hunian 10 3 1 6 15 26 −11 10
15 FC Sjerezo 10 3 0 7 15 26 −11 9
16 Wavel AC 10 1 5 4 5 10 −5 8


MD 1:
Flamarion City 2–0 Dynamo Lublova
Railways 2–0 Olympia Sasava
Flania Traal 1–1 Rockets
Porters 0–1 Vassilian City
FC Syneca 2–0 Golgafrincham
Traktor Gryrorik 2–0 GIM Bears
Szlachta Lutenblag 1–2 Dynamo Bardjov
Avangard Slagvec 0–2 Flania Zarss

MD 2:
Dynamo Lublova 1–1 Flania Zarss
Dynamo Bardjov 0–0 Avangard Slagvec
GIM Bears 1–2 Szlachta Lutenblag
Golgafrincham 0–2 Traktor Gryrorik
Vassilian City 3–2 FC Syneca
Rockets 2–3 Porters
Olympia Sasava 0–1 Flania Traal
Flamarion City 3–2 Railways

MD 3:
Railways 0–1 Dynamo Lublova
Flania Traal 2–5 Flamarion City
Porters 2–1 Olympia Sasava
FC Syneca 2–1 Rockets
Traktor Gryrorik 3–1 Vassilian City
Szlachta Lutenblag 1–1 Golgafrincham
Avangard Slagvec 0–3 GIM Bears
Flania Zarss 2–1 Dynamo Bardjov

MD 4:
Dynamo Lublova 2–1 Dynamo Bardjov
GIM Bears 1–1 Flania Zarss
Golgafrincham 0–0 Avangard Slagvec
Vassilian City 3–5 Szlachta Lutenblag
Rockets 0–2 Traktor Gryrorik
Olympia Sasava 1–2 FC Syneca
Flamarion City 0–1 Porters
Railways 0–0 Flania Traal

MD 5:
Flania Traal 2–1 Dynamo Lublova
Porters 0–0 Railways
FC Syneca 1–1 Flamarion City
Traktor Gryrorik 2–1 Olympia Sasava
Szlachta Lutenblag 0–1 Rockets
Avangard Slagvec 1–1 Vassilian City
Flania Zarss 3–1 Golgafrincham
Dynamo Bardjov 4–3 GIM Bears

MD 6:
Dynamo Lublova 0–1 GIM Bears
Golgafrincham 0–2 Dynamo Bardjov
Vassilian City 1–1 Flania Zarss
Rockets 1–1 Avangard Slagvec
Olympia Sasava 2–1 Szlachta Lutenblag
Flamarion City 0–1 Traktor Gryrorik
Railways 2–0 FC Syneca
Flania Traal 0–2 Porters

MD 7:
Porters 1–0 Dynamo Lublova
FC Syneca 2–3 Flania Traal
Traktor Gryrorik 1–2 Railways
Szlachta Lutenblag 3–3 Flamarion City
Avangard Slagvec 2–1 Olympia Sasava
Flania Zarss 1–0 Rockets
Dynamo Bardjov 0–1 Vassilian City
GIM Bears 0–0 Golgafrincham

MD 8:
Dynamo Lublova 2–2 Golgafrincham
Vassilian City 2–3 GIM Bears
Rockets 1–0 Dynamo Bardjov
Olympia Sasava 2–2 Flania Zarss
Flamarion City 3–1 Avangard Slagvec
Railways 0–0 Szlachta Lutenblag
Flania Traal 1–5 Traktor Gryrorik
Porters 0–1 FC Syneca

MD 9:
FC Syneca 1–0 Dynamo Lublova
Traktor Gryrorik 2–2 Porters
Szlachta Lutenblag 0–2 Flania Traal
Avangard Slagvec 3–0 Railways
Flania Zarss 0–0 Flamarion City
Dynamo Bardjov 0–3 Olympia Sasava
GIM Bears 3–2 Rockets
Golgafrincham 1–3 Vassilian City

MD 10:
Dynamo Lublova 0–1 Vassilian City
Rockets 2–2 Golgafrincham
Olympia Sasava 2–1 GIM Bears
Flamarion City 2–3 Dynamo Bardjov
Railways 1–1 Flania Zarss
Flania Traal 4–2 Avangard Slagvec
Porters 3–0 Szlachta Lutenblag
FC Syneca 1–0 Traktor Gryrorik


League 2 Table:
-                        Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Traktor Gryrorik 10 7 1 2 20 8 +12 22
2 Porters 10 6 2 2 14 7 +7 20
3 FC Syneca 10 6 1 3 14 11 +3 19
4 Flania Zarss 10 4 6 0 14 8 +6 18
5 Vassilian City 10 5 2 3 17 16 +1 17
6 Flania Traal 10 5 2 3 16 18 −2 17
7 Flamarion City 10 4 3 3 19 14 +5 15
8 GIM Bears 10 4 2 4 16 15 +1 14
9 Railways 10 3 4 3 9 9 0 13
10 Dynamo Bardjov 10 4 1 5 13 15 −2 13
11 Olympia Sasava 10 3 1 6 13 15 −2 10
12 Avangard Slagvec 10 2 4 4 10 15 −5 10
13 Rockets 10 2 3 5 11 15 −4 9
14 Szlachta Lutenblag 10 2 3 5 13 18 −5 9
15 Dynamo Lublova 10 2 2 6 7 12 −5 8
16 Golgafrincham 10 0 5 5 7 17 −10 5


MD 1:
Rennerby Town 1–0 Hrund AC
Arsenal Jzerbo 2–0 Mukjus Power
Molvania Lutenblag 2–1 Revolution Chalesm
Cramshananteen 2–3 Scovelan
Always Ready 4–1 Halfarian
Orenfeld 3–2 Lizelia
Independent 2–2 Verduga
Gachikovo 2–1 Granant Rovers

MD 2:
Hrund AC 2–1 Granant Rovers
Verduga 0–0 Gachikovo
Lizelia 1–0 Independent
Halfarian 3–2 Orenfeld
Scovelan 0–3 Always Ready
Revolution Chalesm 2–0 Cramshananteen
Mukjus Power 1–1 Molvania Lutenblag
Rennerby Town 1–3 Arsenal Jzerbo

MD 3:
Arsenal Jzerbo 0–1 Hrund AC
Molvania Lutenblag 5–1 Rennerby Town
Cramshananteen 1–0 Mukjus Power
Always Ready 0–0 Revolution Chalesm
Orenfeld 1–1 Scovelan
Independent 2–3 Halfarian
Gachikovo 0–1 Lizelia
Granant Rovers 1–0 Verduga

MD 4:
Hrund AC 1–0 Verduga
Lizelia 2–0 Granant Rovers
Halfarian 2–3 Gachikovo
Scovelan 1–1 Independent
Revolution Chalesm 3–2 Orenfeld
Mukjus Power 3–1 Always Ready
Rennerby Town 1–2 Cramshananteen
Arsenal Jzerbo 2–1 Molvania Lutenblag

MD 5:
Molvania Lutenblag 0–1 Hrund AC
Cramshananteen 1–3 Arsenal Jzerbo
Always Ready 0–0 Rennerby Town
Orenfeld 4–2 Mukjus Power
Independent 1–0 Revolution Chalesm
Gachikovo 3–3 Scovelan
Granant Rovers 1–2 Halfarian
Verduga 0–1 Lizelia

MD 6:
Hrund AC 3–2 Lizelia
Halfarian 2–0 Verduga
Scovelan 2–0 Granant Rovers
Revolution Chalesm 1–0 Gachikovo
Mukjus Power 2–3 Independent
Rennerby Town 3–3 Orenfeld
Arsenal Jzerbo 2–1 Always Ready
Molvania Lutenblag 0–1 Cramshananteen

MD 7:
Cramshananteen 2–2 Hrund AC
Always Ready 4–2 Molvania Lutenblag
Orenfeld 5–2 Arsenal Jzerbo
Independent 2–4 Rennerby Town
Gachikovo 6–3 Mukjus Power
Granant Rovers 0–0 Revolution Chalesm
Verduga 2–1 Scovelan
Lizelia 3–2 Halfarian

MD 8:
Hrund AC 1–0 Halfarian
Scovelan 2–0 Lizelia
Revolution Chalesm 4–1 Verduga
Mukjus Power 1–1 Granant Rovers
Rennerby Town 3–2 Gachikovo
Arsenal Jzerbo 1–2 Independent
Molvania Lutenblag 1–1 Orenfeld
Cramshananteen 1–0 Always Ready

MD 9:
Always Ready 1–0 Hrund AC
Orenfeld 2–0 Cramshananteen
Independent 0–0 Molvania Lutenblag
Gachikovo 0–1 Arsenal Jzerbo
Granant Rovers 2–1 Rennerby Town
Verduga 0–2 Mukjus Power
Lizelia 0–1 Revolution Chalesm
Halfarian 1–0 Scovelan

MD 10:
Hrund AC 4–1 Scovelan
Revolution Chalesm 1–0 Halfarian
Mukjus Power 2–2 Lizelia
Rennerby Town 3–2 Verduga
Arsenal Jzerbo 0–2 Granant Rovers
Molvania Lutenblag 0–2 Gachikovo
Cramshananteen 1–2 Independent
Always Ready 2–1 Orenfeld


League 3 Table:
-                        Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Hrund AC 10 7 1 2 15 8 +7 22
2 Revolution Chalesm 10 6 2 2 13 6 +7 20
3 Arsenal Jzerbo 10 6 0 4 16 14 +2 18
4 Always Ready 10 5 2 3 16 10 +6 17
5 Lizelia 10 5 1 4 14 13 +1 16
6 Orenfeld 10 4 3 3 24 19 +5 15
7 Independent 10 4 3 3 15 15 0 15
8 Halfarian 10 5 0 5 16 17 −1 15
9 Gachikovo 10 4 2 4 18 15 +3 14
10 Rennerby Town 10 4 2 4 18 21 −3 14
11 Cramshananteen 10 4 1 5 11 15 −4 13
12 Scovelan 10 3 3 4 14 17 −3 12
13 Granant Rovers 10 3 2 5 9 12 −3 11
14 Molvania Lutenblag 10 2 3 5 12 14 −2 9
15 Mukjus Power 10 2 3 5 16 21 −5 9
16 Verduga 10 1 2 7 7 17 −10 5
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Season 4 MD11-MD20

Postby Squornshelan Remnant States » Sun Jan 12, 2020 8:49 am

Hensha 1–2 Traal Athletics
Spirkis 67' - Avagyan 30', Nedzukova 83'

Jaglan Royals 0–1 Megabrantid
Kylar 15'

Damogran FC 1–0 Olympia Arkintoofle
Voldaren 43'

Lublova Reds 2–1 AC Damogran
Strepol 34', Vepcojat 44' - Faust 85'

Sporting Jaglan 2–2 Brantisvogan
Cwikla 24', Roedberg 69' - Makai 53', Rallinaitis 87'

Yassaca 0–3 Chalesm
Skoroplyas 17', Hocij 20', 42'

Viltvodle United 1–2 Syneca AC
Heltain 2' - Durano 40', Asfaw 66'

Emerald Coast 1–1 Algolia
Stienno 23' - Balver 72'

A brilliant 3-0 away win for Chalesm was marred by a serious injury to center back and vice captain Sjurd Eichhorn. He was involved in a midair collision with Garipzanov contesting an aerial cross, and landed heavily on his right foot before collapsing. The team has not yet made any comment about the severity of the injury, but Eichhorn had to be carried off the field, and Kotsyobov revealed in a post-match press conference that he had been taken directly to a hospital to have an MRI done. Young Ko-orenite Réré Picard filled in capably for the remainder of the match, but will be called upon to take up a starting role somewhat earlier than the club had planned. One hopes he will prove equal to the task, and that Eichhorn is able to return soon. In Viltvodle, Syneca were also victors, keeping their lead over Chalesm intact. Heltain, who had endured a nine-match drought after briefly holding the league goalscoring lead, finally notched his third of the year in United's losing effort.

Keppal Cosmos 0-1 Megabrantid SC
Brantisvogan FC 1-0 Miare CosmoStars

There's celebration across Brantisvogan as both the city's clubs get the narrow wins they needed to advance: Megabrantid on aggregate score, and Brantisvogan on away goals. While I'd hesitate to say that MSC are performing well under Prallen's leadership, they are at the very least looking better than they did before. They still seem to lack a certain decisiveness in the attack, leading to some very wasteful passes and bad finishing though. Brantisvogan, for whom keeping the opposition off the scoresheet has been a problem all year, knew they needed a low-scoring match, and managed to deliver, with Perparim missing out on match MVP honors despite being the highest rated player by most publications (that honor went to the lone goalscorer, Ruoho).

Traal Athletics 1–0 Algolia
Damot 75'

Syneca AC 3–4 Emerald Coast
Roskam 52', Kathan 67', Durano 69' - Stienno 16', Erseburg 18', 71', Tuvas 56'

Chalesm 0–0 Viltvodle United

Brantisvogan 0–1 Yassaca
Verhulst 38'

AC Damogran 2–2 Sporting Jaglan
Dahl 11', Paecht 25' - Nazarov 78', Rakiric 84'

Olympia Arkintoofle 2–0 Lublova Reds
Borkowski 20', Nebojsic 41'

Megabrantid 3–1 Damogran FC
Gayle 37', Cant 55', Kaluznyy 72' - Starosta 86'

Hensha 1–0 Jaglan Royals
Brusov 33'

The match in Syneca this week was a wild affair. Fans of responsible, defensive football will probably want to look away for a bit though, as neither team looked any good at the back. The visitors started things off early with their striker partners Stienno and Erseburg just a couple minutes apart. Sengir was exposed on both plays, first failing to mark Stienno closely enough to prevent him receiving a low cross. She was then caught flat-footed, unable to respond to Erseburg's run, letting her in alone against Lungergan. Syneca seemed to sort themselves out a bit during the half, and the fullback Roskam chipped in with a rare goal after his blocked crossing attempt fell right back at his feet. Unfortunately for the hosts, Tuvas responded almost immediately by dribbling past Roskam to cut inside and beating Lundergan to the near post. Later on though, it was Syneca's turn for goals in quick succession. First Kathan beat Erer from the edge of the box, his shot dipping away from the keeper at the last moment. Then, after stealing a pass shortly after the ensuing kickoff, Durano finished off a counter attack with a tap in after Mikhulat pulled Lundergan out of position. Tie game. Unfortunately for Syneca, a third goal came another two minutes after that. Erseburg again embarrassed Sengir. This time, as the Emerald Coast striker was going by, Sengir reached out and grabbed a fistfull jersey. Penalty. Further chances abounded after Erseburg's conversion, but the shooting was wasteful, and Syneca's dropped points leave the door open for other teams to close the gap. Chalesm miss their opportunity to pass them by, but do claim the league lead on goal differential. Traal move within two with their businesslike shutout of Algolia.

Lokomotiv Dzrebo 0–0 Brantisvogan FC
Avangard Slagvec 3–5 Syneca AC
Chalesm 1–2 Emerald Coast
Traal Athletics 1–0 UFC Flamarion
Interblag 4–2 Megabrantid
FC Hensha 1–0 Flania Traal
Damogran FC 2–2 Brasta FC
AC Damogran 1–1 Viltvodle United

Things are starting to get serious here. Most of the usual suspects are still around: Brantisvogan, Traal, Chalesm, MSC, Damogran. Some of them could be in trouble though. Brantisvogan can't manage a goal against Dzrebo, and need to win the second leg. Syneca pile up goals in Slagvec, but concede three (three!) time against league three opposition. It's hard to see them sustaining their current performance if they can't patch up their defense. Trettin is the only one on the back line right now who seems particularly steady. MSC are up against the wall. Having already fired their manager for their poor league performance, could they be ready to dismiss a second for disaster in the cup? In any case, Interblag put up four goals against them, and only a big win at home can save them now. Damogran are in trouble too, letting Brasta score two goals at Bridger Lane for the draw. Traal looked their usual selves at home against UFC, but would probably have liked the insurance of a larger margin of victory.

Jaglan Royals 1–0 Traal Athletics
Dalso 50'

Damogran FC 5–2 Hensha
Fitzgerald 11', 57', Damograni 37', 64', Steinacker 75' - Zikov 7', Serritslev 10'

Lublova Reds 4–5 Megabrantid
Caldryn 40', 58', Pustoshka 66', Klaniczay 76' - Marrish 15', Zduncyk 30', 32', Byock 51', Takala 68'[/i]

Sporting Jaglan 5–3 Olympia Arkintoofle
Cwikla 9', Orgatz 19', Palma 32', Machaka 57', Roedberg 60' - Yndel 40', Nebojsic 51', 73'

Yassaca 3–1 AC Damogran
Okoli 13', Ahlzweig 62', Verhulst 71' - Pivlic 51'

Viltvodle United 2–1 Brantisvogan
Peikola 16, Ketadzic 71 - Krause 39

Emerald Coast 1–3 Chalesm
Erseburg 72' - Dyranut 21', Hocij 44', Yakam 46'

Algolia 4–6 Syneca AC
Stolp 15', Autenrieth 46', Eisenhauer 56', 67' - Mikhulat 4', 82', 88' Kokko 13', Petrov 37', Kathan 48'

Do you enjoy high scoring matches? How many goals do you like to see? Maybe seven? Damogran and Hensha might be the match for you then, with Damograni and Fitzgerald each adding two to their respective totals, and Steinacker adding one late for good measure after Hensha leaped out to a quick 2 goal lead. Seven goals not enough? How about Sporting and Olympia then? Sporting got a couple from defenders en route to a three nil lead before Yndel got one back for the visitors before the half. Olympia pulled within one with a goal from Nebojsic, but then it was Sporting again with Machaka and Roedberg striking in quick succession to put the match pretty well beyond doubt. Nebojsic added one late that was largely irrelevant. Maybe you'd rather see nine goals scored though. Direct your attention to Lublova, where MSC came to visit and brought their scoring boots with them. MSC were out to the early lead in this one, with Zduncyk perhaps finding his form with two goals two minutes apart. Caldryn twice pulled the Reds within two, and Spirkis made it 3-4 but Takala doubled the lead soon after. Klaniczay would give the Reds a chance, once against narrowing the score with 15 to play, but Lublova proved unable to find another goal. What? You say nine goals still isn't enough? buckle up then, we're heading for Damogran, where preseason favorites Algolia faced off with current leaders Syneca. The visitors struck after just 4 minutes, and doubled their tally seven minutes later. Algolia got one from Stolp, who has been quietly racking up assists this year, but Petrov made it 3-1 before the half. Early in the second, Autenrieth got another one back for the Suntigers, but Kathan restored the lead two minutes later. it was up to the prime transfer, Eisenhauer, to finally pull things level, as she scored a pair to finally tie the game. With the Suntigers clearly on the route to a win (albeit an ugly one) the home crowd were stunned when it was not Eisenhauer who completed the hat trick, but Mikhulat, knocking two past Jonason in the final ten minutes. There were some other matches today too, but none of them had more than four goals, boring.

Traal Athletics 0–1 Syneca AC
Mikhulat 27'

Chalesm 2–2 Algolia
Bedesnjak 25', Hocij 41' - Stolp 45', Eisenhauer 64'

Brantisvogan 1–1 Emerald Coast
Ruoho 28' - Stienno 67'

AC Damogran 1–0 Viltvodle United
Faust 14'

Olympia Arkintoofle 1–0 Yassaca
Nebojsic 37'

Megabrantid 2–3 Sporting Jaglan
Marrish 23', Takala 62' - Orgatz 36', Rakiric 77', Adalsperger 79'

Hensha 5–4 Lublova Reds
Serritslev 6', Birdanan 21', Rai 52', Vingelen 68', Brusov 72' - Vepcojat 15', Skripin 61', Caldryn 73', Vladcik 90'

Jaglan Royals 0–3 Damogran FC
Damograni 3', Fitzgerald 8', Starosta 44'

The Brantisvogan board have finally seen enough, and Heldir Zaman is out, less than a year removed from winning the league. The second manager to be given his marching orders is also the second in Brantisvogan. His reinforced attack did not come together seamlessly enough to make up for the deficiencies left in defense by the departure of Rough and Hagicostas. His successor will doubtless seek to shore up that area of the team in the next transfer window, but must also find a way to get better performances out of a very skilled set of midfielders and strikers. Across town, Isperia Marrish seems to have finally replaced Kroetzl in the starting midfield for MSC, but goals from her and Takala aren't enough to earn a point, as Sporting's attack breaks loose for three. Any doubts we had about Syneca are well and truly silenced by now. After taking down Algolia in a ten-goal game last week, they go toe to toe with Traal, and take full points home with them with Mikhulat the only scorer. They gain ground on everyone in the title race, as Chalesm and Algolia fought to a draw, a result that doesn't really benefit either team.

Brantisvogan FC 5–0 Lokomotiv Dzrebo
Brantisvogan FC win 5-0 on aggregate
Syneca AC 3–2 Avangard Slagvec
Syneca AC win 8-5 on aggregate
Emerald Coast 1–2 Chalesm (2–4 AET)
Chalesm win 5-4 on aggregate
UFC Flamarion 1–2 Traal Athletics
Traal Athletics win 3-1 on aggregate
Megabrantid 3–0 Interblag
Megabrantid win 5-4 on aggregate
Flania Traal 1–1 FC Hensha
FC Hensha win 2-1 on aggregate
Brasta FC 2–1 Damogran FC
Brasta FC win 4-3 on aggregate
Viltvodle United 1–0 AC Damogran
Viltvodle United win 2-1 on aggregate

Properly chagrined at costing their championship manager his job, Brantisvogan woke up enough to absolutely pummel Dzrebo. MSC also recovered from their first-leg swoon against Interblag for a 3-0 victory that keeps their cup hopes alive. Damogran are not so lucky. After letting Brasta score two away, they can't replicate the feat, and bow out on aggregate. The height of drama was to be found in Vassilian, where Emerald Coast and Chalesm repeated their first leg result in reverse. With aggregate deadlocked at three, and each team having scored two away goals, extra time was needed. The result was an explosion of scoring that saw Emerald Coast score first, putting themselves in position to advance. Chalesm responded just before the halfway point of extra time, tying the aggregate score, but putting themselves ahead on away goals. Emerald Coast were left to throw everything forward for the remaining fifteen minutes, but to no avail. Mardersteig's 118th minute goal on a counterattack sealed their exit.

Damogran FC 0–1 Traal Athletics
Aldra 24'

Lublova Reds 1–0 Jaglan Royals
Skripin 59'

Sporting Jaglan 1–0 Hensha
Nazarov 21'

Yassaca 0–2 Megabrantid
Takala 24', 44'

Viltvodle United 3–0 Olympia Arkintoofle
Deptula 11', Luk 24', Ketadzic 68'

Emerald Coast 1–0 AC Damogran
Erseburg 56'

Algolia 1–0 Brantisvogan
Stolp 85'

Syneca AC 3–3 Chalesm
Mikhulat 8', Durano 19', Petrov 60' - Bedesnjak 40', 77', Mitchell 59'

It was a day for clean sheets, as all but one match ended with one side having failed to find the back of the net. It was also a day for matches that should have had championship implications, but didn't. Algolia v Brantisvogan was an unexpectedly dull affair, with both sides seemingly afraid to concede, lest they further embarrass themselves, and only a late header from Stolp saved us from finishing goalless. Across town, Traal visited Damogran, who are laboring mid-table alongside Brantisvogan. Here too, the sides were separated by a single goal, scored by a Black-and-Reds center mid. In this case, Stolp scored from the top of the box after 24, and Traal closed up shop for the remainder of the match. Yawn. MSC continued there attempt to climb back up to respectability, with Takala scoring a pair to give them an important away win in Yassaca. No word yet from the Megabrantid board on any prospects for a mid-season management hire though. By far the most entertaining, and the most important match on the schedule, however, was Chalesm visiting Syneca: the matchup between our surprise #1 and #2 to close out the first half of the season. The home side took firm control of the match early on, with Mikhulat striking before ten minutes had passed, and Durano doubling the lead before twenty. Bedesnjak, whose breakout season has been one of the biggest individual surprises of the year, pulled one back for Chalesm before the half, and the captain, Mitchell tied the match not long into the second, striking Dyranut's corner on the volley to beat Lundergan by a whisker. Petrov caught Chalesm napping though, as she added to her own unexpected tally just a minute later, sending Skoroplyas inside with a quick head fake and then getting around her to the outside. It was up to Bedesnjak to respond then, and respond he did, leveling the score for good with a cheeky lob on the break as Lundergan charged out to cut down his shooting angles. If results keep going the way they have, this matchup will be an absolute treat when Syneca visit Chalesm on the final matchday.

Brantisvogan FC 2–2 Syneca AC
Chalesm 1–2 Traal Athletics
Megabrantid 1–0 FC Hensha
Brasta FC 3–0 Viltvodle United

Brantisvogan and Syneca sit at opposite ends of the table, both from each other and from where they each expected to be. Nevertheless, they fought to a close draw. Chalesm were unable to muster more than one against Traal, and will have a lot of work to do in the away leg. MSC made a hash of their home leg against woeful Hensha, and are definitely at risk of an upset. Finally, in the most surprising result, Brasta, the lone team remaining in the cup from outside the Superleague, hung three goals on V United while refusing to concede, and look to have all but punched their ticket for the semis.

Traal Athletics 0–2 Chalesm
Hocij 17', Nadzab 82'

Syneca AC 2–1 Brantisvogan
Mikhulat 39', Trettin 73' - Lapwing 10'

Algolia 3–2 AC Damogran
Rebljeten 49', 81', Tarcha 63' - Pivlic 11', 39'

Emerald Coast 2–3 Olympia Arkintoofle
Stienno 15', 40' - Urscheler 8', Tabon 33', Bartonek 47'

Viltvodle United 3–3 Megabrantid
Heltain 37', Luk 51', Oresund 75' - Marrish 27', Gebara 31', Martin 90'

Yassaca 0–0 Hensha

Sporting Jaglan 2–3 Jaglan Royals
Rakiric 70', Tavoc 81' - Gerstlauer 14', Detkov 54', Mevlya 87'

Lublova Reds 0–1 Damogran FC
Acuff 33'

The kids are all right, at least in Chalesm. Their visit to Traal is a resounding success, with Picard looking more comfortable each week, and 22-year-olds Hocij and Nadzab finding their way through Lopal Daror's vaunted defense to score.

Syneca AC 3–1 Brantisvogan FC
Syneca AC win 5-3 on aggregate
Traal Athletics 3–3 Chalesm
Traal Athletics win 5-4 on aggregate
FC Hensha 3–3 Megabrantid
Megabrantid win 4-3 on aggregate
Viltvodle United 3–0 Brasta FC (3–0 AET) (3–1 pen.)
aggregate tied 3-3, away goals tied 3-3, Viltvodle United win on penalties

Chalesm gave Traal a real scare, but the defending champs get a late goal from Vilhajalmsson to find their way to the semis. MSC are also close to an exit, but manage to hang on late against a furious flurry of attacks by Hensha. Viltvodle return the favor to Brasta, serving up a 3-0 beating, and League 2's last contenders are downright terrible from the penalty spot, with only Karu able to score. Dakna sends his effort high into the stands, Yarritu hits post, and Havner, Brasta's last hope, goes for placement rather than power, but gets neither, resulting in an easy save for Gnau to end it. Syneca beat the hell out of Brantisvogan and have now reached a cup semifinal for the second time.

Lublova Reds 3–0 Traal Athletics
Strepol 55', Vladcik 60', 77'

Damogran FC 1–2 Sporting Jaglan
Klovsjo 88' - Tavoc 47', Machaka 78'

Jaglan Royals 2–2 Yassaca
Tomasek 74', Mevlya 85' - Escarano 3', Garipzanov 19'

Hensha 0–0 Viltvodle United

Megabrantid 1–1 Emerald Coast
Lindgren 40' - Erseburg 86'

Olympia Arkintoofle 2–5 Algolia
Yndel 22', Powell 76' - Delu 2', Holstege 10', Eisenhauer 14', Cadash 30', Autenrieth 79'

AC Damogran 4–1 Syneca AC
Dahl 11', Paecht 52', 55', Hamero 72' - Raynott 33'

Brantisvogan 3–2 Chalesm
Kuri 7', Koppuri 43', Ruoho 65' - Patzold 55', Nadzab 81'


Group A
Brantisvogan FC 1–1 Directus (EUR)
Group H
Megabrantid SC 0–2 Raynor City United


Traal Athletics 5–3 Brantisvogan
Avagyan 17', 20', 56', Storsjo 68', Nedzukova 73' - Perparim 21', Fuchs 62', Krause 76'

Chalesm 3–3 AC Damogran
Bedsenjak 38', Nadzab 53', Hocij 77' - Paecht 21', Irigon 50', Dahl 74'

Syneca AC 0–1 Olympia Arkintoofle
Nebojsic 58'

Algolia 3–4 Megabrantid
Schultheiss 26', Rebljeten 48', Stolp 72' - Gebara 15', 63', Kylar 41', Teklu 75'

Emerald Coast 0–0 Hensha

Viltvodle United 0–4 Jaglan Royals
Gerstlauer 34', Arwin 52', Ridenton 73', Tomasek 75'

Yassaca 0–1 Damogran FC
Damograni 26'

Sporting Jaglan 2–2 Lublova Reds
Roedberg 10', Orgatz 88' - Skripin 34', Raktsov 62'


Group A
1093 Club de Atlantea 3–0 Brantisvogan FC
Group H
FC Teussen Stellburg 2–2 Megabrantid SC


Sporting Jaglan 2–0 Traal Athletics
Rakiric 63', Roedberg 78'

Lublova Reds 1–0 Yassaca
Vepcojat 12'

Damogran FC 2–1 Viltvodle United
Starosta 17', Madvig 21' - Kehtna 80'

Jaglan Royals 1–1 Emerald Coast
Ridenton 53' - Tuvas 16'

Hensha 1–2 Algolia
Serritslev 83' - Gilleran 19', Stolp 34'

Megabrantid 3–5 Syneca AC
Takala 53', Teklu 64', Cant 88' - Durano 16', Petrov 40', Mikhulat 45', 51', Trettin 66'

Olympia Arkintoofle 1–0 Chalesm
Dyranut 61'

AC Damogran 1–4 Brantisvogan
Dahl 23' - Lapwing 17', Rallinaitis 42', Krause 61', Makai 82'


Group A
Kingsgrove 4–1 Brantisvogan FC
Group H
Starling 5–0 Megabrantid SC


Traal Athletics 2–3 AC Damogran
Avagyan 26', Vilhajalmsson 58' - Pivlic 49', 79', Vervliet 71'

Brantisvogan 1–2 Olympia Arkintoofle
Makai 36' - Seppa 16', Tatyova 28'

Chalesm 3–1 Megabrantid
Enesca 49', Mitchell 53', Nadzab 65' - Zduncyk 31'

Syneca AC 1–1 Hensha
Petrov 35' - Spirkis 79'

Algolia 1–1 Jaglan Royals
Gilleran 60' - Mevlya 27'

Emerald Coast 4–2 Damogran FC
Bubnic 21', Karapetyan 66', Alexandre 73', Erseburg 86' - Fitzgerald 12', Starosta 77'

Viltvodle United 3–1 Lublova Reds
Dzegtariev 16', Oresund 52', Kejr 55' - Vladcik 30'

Yassaca 3–0 Sporting Jaglan
Clegg 14', Okoli 19', Coleman 55'


Superleague Table:
-                        Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Syneca AC 20 13 2 5 48 38 +10 41
2 Chalesm 20 11 6 3 47 25 +22 39
3 Algolia 20 8 8 4 40 31 +9 32
4 Traal Athletics 20 9 4 7 27 25 +2 31
5 Emerald Coast 20 7 9 4 30 23 +7 30
6 Damogran FC 20 9 3 8 36 33 +3 30
7 Megabrantid 20 7 7 6 42 40 +2 28
8 Sporting Jaglan 20 7 7 6 37 40 −3 28
9 Olympia Arkintoofle 20 8 4 8 27 32 −5 28
10 Yassaca 20 7 5 8 21 20 +1 26
11 Jaglan Royals 20 6 5 9 23 25 −2 23
12 Lublova Reds 20 6 5 9 28 33 −5 23
13 Brantisvogan 20 7 2 11 38 48 −10 23
14 Viltvodle United 20 4 9 7 22 29 −7 21
15 AC Damogran 20 5 3 12 31 42 −11 18
16 Hensha 20 3 7 10 16 29 −13 16


Superleague Goalscoring Leaders:
15 - Girma Mikhulat     -  Syneca AC
12 - Jurzse Bedesnjak - Chalesm
12 - Lyzolda Petrov - Syneca AC
11 - Sigrid Eisenhauer - Algolia
10 - Kambiz Avagyan - Traal Athletics
9 - Shadi Damograni - Damogran FC
9 - Mareth Erseburg - Emerald Coast
9 - Brion Stienno - Emerald Coast
9 - Iuri Takala - Megabrantid
8 - Izoni Hocij - Chalesm
8 - Ibolya Makai - Brantisvogan
7 - Elena Caldryn - Lublova Reds
7 - Kaalia Gerstlauer - Jaglan Royals
7 - Nikya Paecht - AC Damogran
7 - Keshav Rallinaitis - Brantisvogan
7 - Esben Roedberg - Sporting Jaglan
7 - Oliwer Starosta - Damogran FC


MD 11:
Rudlit Miners 3–3 Interblag
Lokomotiv Dzrebo 0–1 FC Hunian
Rudlit Rovers 2–0 Viltvodle City
Wavel Rangers 1–0 Wavel AC
Svetranj 0–1 Han Dold City
Sivolvia Central 3–0 Arkintoofle United
Brasta FC 2–1 Canyons
UFC Flamarion 1–2 FC Sjerezo

MD 12:
Interblag 3–2 FC Sjerezo
Canyons 1–1 UFC Flamarion
Arkintoofle United 3–3 Brasta FC
Han Dold City 3–4 Sivolvia Central
Wavel AC 1–1 Svetranj
Viltvodle City 0–0 Wavel Rangers
FC Hunian 1–0 Rudlit Rovers
Rudlit Miners 3–3 Lokomotiv Dzrebo

MD 13:
Lokomotiv Dzrebo 1–2 Interblag
Rudlit Rovers 2–2 Rudlit Miners
Wavel Rangers 0–0 FC Hunian
Svetranj 2–3 Viltvodle City
Sivolvia Central 1–1 Wavel AC
Brasta FC 2–1 Han Dold City
UFC Flamarion 2–1 Arkintoofle United
FC Sjerezo 4–2 Canyons

MD 14:
Interblag 1–0 Canyons
Arkintoofle United 0–1 FC Sjerezo
Han Dold City 1–1 UFC Flamarion
Wavel AC 3–2 Brasta FC
Viltvodle City 2–1 Sivolvia Central
FC Hunian 1–1 Svetranj
Rudlit Miners 2–2 Wavel Rangers
Lokomotiv Dzrebo 5–5 Rudlit Rovers

MD 15:
Rudlit Rovers 1–1 Interblag
Wavel Rangers 3–4 Lokomotiv Dzrebo
Svetranj 4–2 Rudlit Miners
Sivolvia Central 1–0 FC Hunian
Brasta FC 4–2 Viltvodle City
UFC Flamarion 1–0 Wavel AC
FC Sjerezo 2–2 Han Dold City
Canyons 0–2 Arkintoofle United

MD 16:
Interblag 1–0 Arkintoofle United
Canyons 0–1 Han Dold City
FC Sjerezo 1–3 Wavel AC
UFC Flamarion 2–1 Viltvodle City
Brasta FC 2–1 FC Hunian
Sivolvia Central 2–1 Rudlit Miners
Svetranj 2–4 Lokomotiv Dzrebo
Wavel Rangers 0–1 Rudlit Rovers

MD 17:
Wavel Rangers 0–1 Interblag
Rudlit Rovers 1–1 Svetranj
Lokomotiv Dzrebo 3–4 Sivolvia Central
Rudlit Miners 0–2 Brasta FC
FC Hunian 1–0 UFC Flamarion
Viltvodle City 1–1 FC Sjerezo
Wavel AC 0–0 Canyons
Han Dold City 2–3 Arkintoofle United

MD 18:
Interblag 0–1 Han Dold City
Arkintoofle United 2–0 Wavel AC
Canyons 1–2 Viltvodle City
FC Sjerezo 2–0 FC Hunian
UFC Flamarion 1–1 Rudlit Miners
Brasta FC 1–2 Lokomotiv Dzrebo
Sivolvia Central 2–1 Rudlit Rovers
Svetranj 1–0 Wavel Rangers

MD 19:
Svetranj 1–2 Interblag
Wavel Rangers 2–2 Sivolvia Central
Rudlit Rovers 0–0 Brasta FC
Lokomotiv Dzrebo 3–4 UFC Flamarion
Rudlit Miners 1–4 FC Sjerezo
FC Hunian 1–3 Canyons
Viltvodle City 4–3 Arkintoofle United
Wavel AC 1–1 Han Dold City

MD 20:
Interblag 2–0 Wavel AC
Han Dold City 0–0 Viltvodle City
Arkintoofle United 0–2 FC Hunian
Canyons 1–0 Rudlit Miners
FC Sjerezo 0–0 Lokomotiv Dzrebo
UFC Flamarion 1–0 Rudlit Rovers
Brasta FC 0–1 Wavel Rangers
Sivolvia Central 2–3 Svetranj


League 1 Table:
-                        Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Sivolvia Central 20 11 4 5 38 33 +5 37
2 Interblag 20 11 3 6 25 22 +3 36
3 Svetranj 20 10 4 6 37 29 +8 34
4 Viltvodle City 20 9 6 5 47 33 +14 33
5 Brasta FC 20 9 4 7 34 28 +6 31
6 UFC Flamarion 20 8 6 6 33 32 +1 30
7 Lokomotiv Dzrebo 20 8 5 7 46 43 +3 29
8 FC Sjerezo 20 8 3 9 34 39 −5 27
9 Han Dold City 20 6 8 6 26 25 +1 26
10 Wavel Rangers 20 6 6 8 17 17 0 24
11 FC Hunian 20 7 3 10 23 35 −12 24
12 Arkintoofle United 20 6 5 9 26 30 −4 23
13 Rudlit Rovers 20 4 10 6 26 29 −3 22
14 Canyons 20 5 7 8 17 21 −4 22
15 Rudlit Miners 20 3 9 8 40 45 −5 18
16 Wavel AC 20 3 9 8 14 22 −8 18


MD 11:
Traktor Gryrorik 1–1 Dynamo Lublova
Szlachta Lutenblag 4–4 FC Syneca
Avangard Slagvec 2–1 Porters
Flania Zarss 3–1 Flania Traal
Dynamo Bardjov 2–3 Railways
GIM Bears 0–1 Flamarion City
Golgafrincham 1–2 Olympia Sasava
Vassilian City 1–0 Rockets

MD 12:
Dynamo Lublova 2–1 Rockets
Olympia Sasava 2–2 Vassilian City
Flamarion City 0–1 Golgafrincham
Railways 1–0 GIM Bears
Flania Traal 1–1 Dynamo Bardjov
Porters 2–2 Flania Zarss
FC Syneca 2–2 Avangard Slagvec
Traktor Gryrorik 2–2 Szlachta Lutenblag

MD 13:
Szlachta Lutenblag 0–1 Dynamo Lublova
Avangard Slagvec 0–3 Traktor Gryrorik
Flania Zarss 1–1 FC Syneca
Dynamo Bardjov 1–2 Porters
GIM Bears 0–0 Flania Traal
Golgafrincham 1–0 Railways
Vassilian City 1–3 Flamarion City
Rockets 1–1 Olympia Sasava

MD 14:
Dynamo Lublova 3–2 Olympia Sasava
Flamarion City 2–1 Rockets
Railways 3–5 Vassilian City
Flania Traal 2–1 Golgafrincham
Porters 2–0 GIM Bears
FC Syneca 1–1 Dynamo Bardjov
Traktor Gryrorik 3–0 Flania Zarss
Szlachta Lutenblag 4–3 Avangard Slagvec

MD 15:
Avangard Slagvec 1–0 Dynamo Lublova
Flania Zarss 1–0 Szlachta Lutenblag
Dynamo Bardjov 2–1 Traktor Gryrorik
GIM Bears 0–1 FC Syneca
Golgafrincham 1–2 Porters
Vassilian City 0–1 Flania Traal
Rockets 0–0 Railways
Olympia Sasava 3–3 Flamarion City

MD 16:
Dynamo Lublova 1–1 Flamarion City
Olympia Sasava 2–3 Railways
Rockets 0–0 Flania Traal
Vassilian City 3–3 Porters
Golgafrincham 1–0 FC Syneca
GIM Bears 3–2 Traktor Gryrorik
Dynamo Bardjov 5–4 Szlachta Lutenblag
Flania Zarss 5–2 Avangard Slagvec

MD 17:
Flania Zarss 3–0 Dynamo Lublova
Avangard Slagvec 1–1 Dynamo Bardjov
Szlachta Lutenblag 5–6 GIM Bears
Traktor Gryrorik 0–1 Golgafrincham
FC Syneca 1–0 Vassilian City
Porters 0–1 Rockets
Flania Traal 1–0 Olympia Sasava
Railways 2–2 Flamarion City

MD 18:
Dynamo Lublova 2–3 Railways
Flamarion City 1–0 Flania Traal
Olympia Sasava 2–0 Porters
Rockets 0–1 FC Syneca
Vassilian City 0–1 Traktor Gryrorik
Golgafrincham 2–2 Szlachta Lutenblag
GIM Bears 1–3 Avangard Slagvec
Dynamo Bardjov 2–4 Flania Zarss

MD 19:
Dynamo Bardjov 0–1 Dynamo Lublova
Flania Zarss 1–1 GIM Bears
Avangard Slagvec 0–1 Golgafrincham
Szlachta Lutenblag 0–1 Vassilian City
Traktor Gryrorik 0–2 Rockets
FC Syneca 0–1 Olympia Sasava
Porters 2–2 Flamarion City
Flania Traal 1–2 Railways

MD 20:
Dynamo Lublova 2–1 Flania Traal
Railways 0–1 Porters
Flamarion City 3–1 FC Syneca
Olympia Sasava 0–1 Traktor Gryrorik
Rockets 2–0 Szlachta Lutenblag
Vassilian City 4–2 Avangard Slagvec
Golgafrincham 2–2 Flania Zarss
GIM Bears 1–1 Dynamo Bardjov


League 2 Table:
-                        Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Flania Zarss 20 9 10 1 36 22 +14 37
2 Traktor Gryrorik 20 11 3 6 34 19 +15 36
3 Porters 20 10 5 5 29 21 +8 35
4 Flamarion City 20 9 7 4 37 26 +11 34
5 FC Syneca 20 9 5 6 26 24 +2 32
6 Vassilian City 20 9 4 7 34 32 +2 31
7 Railways 20 8 6 6 26 25 +1 30
8 Flania Traal 20 8 5 7 24 28 −4 29
9 Dynamo Lublova 20 7 4 9 20 25 −5 25
10 GIM Bears 20 6 5 9 28 32 −4 23
11 Dynamo Bardjov 20 6 5 9 29 34 −5 23
12 Olympia Sasava 20 6 4 10 28 30 −2 22
13 Golgafrincham 20 5 7 8 19 27 −8 22
14 Rockets 20 5 6 9 19 22 −3 21
15 Avangard Slagvec 20 5 6 9 26 37 −11 21
16 Szlachta Lutenblag 20 3 6 11 34 45 −11 15


MD 11:
Orenfeld 2–0 Hrund AC
Independent 0–0 Always Ready
Gachikovo 0–1 Cramshananteen
Granant Rovers 0–1 Molvania Lutenblag
Verduga 1–1 Arsenal Jzerbo
Lizelia 2–0 Rennerby Town
Halfarian 1–1 Mukjus Power
Scovelan 0–1 Revolution Chalesm

MD 12:
Hrund AC 1–2 Revolution Chalesm
Mukjus Power 2–1 Scovelan
Rennerby Town 3–1 Halfarian
Arsenal Jzerbo 0–0 Lizelia
Molvania Lutenblag 1–1 Verduga
Cramshananteen 0–0 Granant Rovers
Always Ready 1–4 Gachikovo
Orenfeld 5–2 Independent

MD 13:
Independent 2–3 Hrund AC
Gachikovo 2–3 Orenfeld
Granant Rovers 3–3 Always Ready
Verduga 2–2 Cramshananteen
Lizelia 3–3 Molvania Lutenblag
Halfarian 1–1 Arsenal Jzerbo
Scovelan 0–2 Rennerby Town
Revolution Chalesm 3–0 Mukjus Power

MD 14:
Hrund AC 4–1 Mukjus Power
Rennerby Town 1–0 Revolution Chalesm
Arsenal Jzerbo 5–2 Scovelan
Molvania Lutenblag 2–0 Halfarian
Cramshananteen 1–2 Lizelia
Always Ready 0–3 Verduga
Orenfeld 1–0 Granant Rovers
Independent 2–3 Gachikovo

MD 15:
Gachikovo 0–2 Hrund AC
Granant Rovers 1–0 Independent
Verduga 4–2 Orenfeld
Lizelia 4–1 Always Ready
Halfarian 2–2 Cramshananteen
Scovelan 0–0 Molvania Lutenblag
Revolution Chalesm 1–0 Arsenal Jzerbo
Mukjus Power 0–0 Rennerby Town

MD 16:
Hrund AC 3–3 Rennerby Town
Mukjus Power 1–0 Arsenal Jzerbo
Revolution Chalesm 1–0 Molvania Lutenblag
Scovelan 2–2 Cramshananteen
Halfarian 4–4 Always Ready
Lizelia 2–3 Orenfeld
Verduga 1–2 Independent
Granant Rovers 2–1 Gachikovo

MD 17:
Granant Rovers 1–4 Hrund AC
Gachikovo 5–3 Verduga
Independent 1–1 Lizelia
Orenfeld 1–0 Halfarian
Always Ready 3–1 Scovelan
Cramshananteen 1–0 Revolution Chalesm
Molvania Lutenblag 2–4 Mukjus Power
Arsenal Jzerbo 2–0 Rennerby Town

MD 18:
Hrund AC 0–3 Arsenal Jzerbo
Rennerby Town 4–3 Molvania Lutenblag
Mukjus Power 1–0 Cramshananteen
Revolution Chalesm 1–0 Always Ready
Scovelan 1–3 Orenfeld
Halfarian 3–2 Independent
Lizelia 1–0 Gachikovo
Verduga 2–1 Granant Rovers

MD 19:
Verduga 0–0 Hrund AC
Granant Rovers 1–3 Lizelia
Gachikovo 2–0 Halfarian
Independent 0–1 Scovelan
Orenfeld 2–0 Revolution Chalesm
Always Ready 0–0 Mukjus Power
Cramshananteen 1–1 Rennerby Town
Molvania Lutenblag 4–1 Arsenal Jzerbo

MD 20:
Hrund AC 0–0 Molvania Lutenblag
Arsenal Jzerbo 2–2 Cramshananteen
Rennerby Town 1–0 Always Ready
Mukjus Power 0–0 Orenfeld
Revolution Chalesm 2–0 Independent
Scovelan 2–3 Gachikovo
Halfarian 2–0 Granant Rovers
Lizelia 3–0 Verduga


League 3 Table:
-                        Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Revolution Chalesm 20 13 2 5 24 11 +13 41
2 Orenfeld 20 12 4 4 46 30 +16 40
3 Lizelia 20 11 4 5 35 23 +12 37
4 Hrund AC 20 11 4 5 32 22 +10 37
5 Rennerby Town 20 9 5 6 33 33 0 32
6 Arsenal Jzerbo 20 9 4 7 31 26 +5 31
7 Gachikovo 20 9 2 9 38 32 +6 29
8 Cramshananteen 20 6 7 7 23 27 −4 25
9 Halfarian 20 7 4 9 30 35 −5 25
10 Mukjus Power 20 6 7 7 26 32 −6 25
11 Always Ready 20 6 6 8 28 31 −3 24
12 Molvania Lutenblag 20 5 7 8 28 28 0 22
13 Independent 20 5 5 10 26 35 −9 20
14 Granant Rovers 20 5 4 11 18 29 −11 19
15 Verduga 20 4 6 10 24 34 −10 18
16 Scovelan 20 4 5 11 24 38 −14 17
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Quarterfinalist: CoH73, CoH75
Second Round: CoH74
First Round: CoH76, CoH77
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Season 4 MD21-MD30

Postby Squornshelan Remnant States » Thu Jan 30, 2020 11:08 am

The Quite Belated Conclusion of SCFA Season 4

Yassaca 1–2 Traal Athletics
Garipzanov 67' - Ebben 11', Avagyan 74'

Sporting Jaglan 0–1 Viltvodle United
Dzegtariev 28'

Lublova Reds 3–1 Emerald Coast
Skripin 3', 72' Vepcojat 39' - Tuvas 48'

Damogran FC 1–3 Algolia
Dolnight 81' - Rebljeten 11', Balver 42', Autenrieth 59'

Jaglan Royals 1–1 Syneca AC
Vylarr 55' - Durano 33'

Hensha 0–1 Chalesm
Bedesnjak 48'

Megabrantid 6–3 Brantisvogan
Kylar 8', Gayle 16', 30', Takala 45', Gebara 84', 90' - Koppuri 36', Makai 51', Krause 54'

Olympia Arkintoofle 2–0 AC Damogran
Bartonek 42', Krond 67'


Traal Athletics 1–0 Olympia Arkintoofle
Aldra 27'

AC Damogran 1–2 Megabrantid
Ganoda 33' - Kaluznyy 20', Zduncyk 48'

Brantisvogan 5–3 Hensha
Krause 38', Lapwing 50', 65', Kuri 53', Ruoho 57' - Birdanan 4', Vingelen 8', Brusov 29'

Chalesm 0–0 Jaglan Royals

Syneca AC 2–2 Damogran FC
Petrov 33', Mikhulat 59' - Acuff 23', Starosta 77'

Algolia 0–3 Lublova Reds
Vladcik 47', Caldryn 70', 74'

Emerald Coast 2–2 Sporting Jaglan
Paajar 52', Naqvi 81' - Machaka 9', Tavoc 50'

Viltvodle United 2–1 Yassaca
Pinder 21', Ketadzic 69' - Garipzanov 83'


Viltvodle United 0–1 Traal Athletics
Munib 90'

Yassaca 2–0 Emerald Coast
Halas 53', Ryndin 68'

Sporting Jaglan 3–1 Algolia
Roedberg 26', Petrov 37', Nazarov 79' - Stolp 28'

Lublova Reds 0–0 Syneca AC

Damogran FC 0–0 Chalesm

Jaglan Royals 3–2 Brantisvogan
Gerstlauer 2', Surtz 32', Vylarr 80' - Perparim 24', Ruoho 36'

Hensha 1–2 AC Damogran
Birdanan 21' - Prete 69', Irigon 80'

Megabrantid 3–2 Olympia Arkintoofle
Marrish 25', Zduncyk 48', Takala 59' - Borkowski 35', Seppa 78'


Traal Athletics 3–2 Megabrantid
Johanek 13', Avagyan 22', Ciernik 81' - Teklu 19', Kylar 54'

Olympia Arkintoofle 0–0 Hensha

AC Damogran 1–5 Jaglan Royals
Paecht 53' - Dalso 3', Vylarr 16', Detkov 36', 83', Gerstlauer 61

Brantisvogan 3–3 Damogran FC
Kuri 45', Krause 65', Lapwing 67' - Starosta 20', Fitzgerald 32', Madvig 74'

Chalesm 0–2 Lublova Reds
Skripin 20, 42

Syneca AC 2–2 Sporting Jaglan
Kathan 15', Petrov 54' - Rakiric 3', Orgatz 73'

Algolia 0–1 Yassaca
Verhulst 51'

Emerald Coast 0–1 Viltvodle United
Peikola 34'


Emerald Coast 0–0 Traal Athletics

Viltvodle United 2–3 Algolia
Ketadzic 23', Prantist 50' - Autenrieth 9', Hostege 12', Rebljeten 57'

Yassaca 3–1 Syneca AC
Garipzanov 7', Escarano 20', Okoli 75' - Petrov 30'

Sporting Jaglan 2–6 Chalesm
Roedberg 26', Petrov 55' - Bedesnjak 8', 20', Yakam 29', Dyranut 31', Enesca 58', Nadzab 88'

Lublova Reds 0–1 Brantisvogan
Ruoho 31'

Damogran FC 4–3 AC Damogran
Damograni 20', Fitzgerald 47', Rabikauskas 75', Voldaren 89' - Pivlic 3', Paecht 14', Dahl 19'

Jaglan Royals 1–0 Olympia Arkintoofle
Arwin 33'

Hensha 3–2 Megabrantid
Birdanan 30', Vingelen 50', Spirkis 78' - Zduncyk 86', Kylar 89'


Traal Athletics 0–1 Hensha
Volot 57'

Megabrantid 1–1 Jaglan Royals
Teklu 38' - Ridenton 6'

Olympia Arkintoofle 2–1 Damogran FC
Yndel 19', Nebojsic 35' - Madvig 74'

AC Damogran 2–3 Lublova Reds
Raaso 60', Ganoda 65' - Vladcik 31', Skripin 74', 76'

Brantisvogan 1–2 Sporting Jaglan
Ruoho 22' - Orgatz 18', Rakiric 40'

Chalesm 0–1 Yassaca
Verhulst 73'

Syneca AC 2–2 Viltvodle United
Yarrow 29', Petrov 81' - Prantist 43', Dzegtariev 70'

Algolia 1–4 Emerald Coast
Eisenhauer 19' - Thiel 9', Alexandre 52', Naqvi 61', Bubnic 83'


Syneca AC 2–0 Traal Athletics
Megabrantid 3–3 Viltvodle United


Algolia 4–3 Traal Athletics
Stolp 13', 63', 70', Eisenhauer 87' - Kroes 43', Damot 76', Storsjo 83'

Emerald Coast 3–4 Syneca AC
Erseburg 13', Peura 77', Stienno 84' - Mikhulat 11', Petrov 56', Durano 67', 79'

Viltvodle United 1–2 Chalesm
Ketadzic 51' - Nadzab 7', Mitchell 38'

Yassaca 0–1 Brantisvogan
Makai 64'

Sporting Jaglan 2–5 AC Damogran
Palma 44', Nazahn 83' - Dahl 27', 66', Pivlic 49', Traft 54', Vegger 73'

Lublova Reds 3–1 Olympia Arkintoofle
Vladcik 19', Skripin 27', Vepcojat 83' - Powell 47'

Damogran FC 3–3 Megabrantid
Voldaren 35', Starosta 48', Dolnight 78' - Kylar 31', 51', 71'

Jaglan Royals 2–2 Hensha
Detkov 36', 76' - Spirkis 7', Volot 69'


Traal Athletics 0–1 Jaglan Royals
Ridenton 66'

Hensha 5–5 Damogran FC
Drunau 28', Serritslev 64', 68', Birdanan 82', Retchion 85' - Klovsjo 22', Fitzgerald 26', Dolnight 42', Damograni 61', Torluk 76'

Megabrantid 1–1 Lublova Reds
Kylar 74' - Vladcik 24'

Olympia Arkintoofle 3–3 Sporting Jaglan
Tatyova 30', 46', Borkowski 57' - Nazarov 2', Machaka 33', Palma 37'

AC Damogran 0–1 Yassaca
Halena 81'

Brantisvogan 1–0 Viltvodle United
Krause 56'

Chalesm 1–4 Emerald Coast
Enesca 3' - Thiel 42', Naqvi 57', 83', 88'

Syneca AC 4–3 Algolia
Roskam 47', Mikhulat 51', 69', Petrov 73' - Gilleran 21', Eisenhauer 27', Autenrieth 56'


Traal Athletics 1–2 Syneca AC
Syneca win 4-1 on aggregate
Viltvodle United 1–0 Megabrantid
Viltvodle United win 4-3 on aggregate


Syneca AC 1–1 Traal Athletics
Mikhulat 11' - Oleb 82'

Algolia 1–0 Chalesm
Holstege 69'

Emerald Coast 3–4 Brantisvogan
Poudyal 20', Alexandre 47', Stienno 82' - Makai 4', 13', Lapwing 30', Rallinaitis 74'

Viltvodle United 2–1 AC Damogran
Luk 11', Prantist 38' - Paecht 64'

Yassaca 1–0 Olympia Arkintoofle
Halas 54'

Sporting Jaglan 2–2 Megabrantid
Tavoc 9', Rakiric 86' - Takala 30', Kylar 89'

Lublova Reds 1–2 Hensha
Strepol 41' - Drunau 9', Messer 19'

Damogran FC 3–2 Jaglan Royals
Madvig 23', Damograni 26', Voldaren 80' - Tomasek 13', Ridenton 42'


Traal Athletics 3–1 Damogran FC
Oleb 17', Avagyan 54', Damot 72' - Fitzgerald 44'

Jaglan Royals 1–0 Lublova Reds
Arwin 55'

Hensha 2–3 Sporting Jaglan
Isshtak 50', Haugen 61' - Melkucyuk 62', Orgatz 68', Roedberg 83'

Megabrantid 0–0 Yassaca

Olympia Arkintoofle 2–3 Viltvodle United
Yndel 55', Nebojsic 59' - Peikola 15', Oresund 28', Pinder 48'

AC Damogran 2–0 Emerald Coast
Paecht 11', Irigon 28'

Brantisvogan 2–3 Algolia
Makai 6', Rallinaitis 30' - Rebljeten 4', Cadash 42', Eisenhauer 85'

Chalesm 0–0 Syneca AC


Superleague v League 1:
Han Dold City 0–0 Olympia Arkintoofle
Olympia Arkintoofle 2–2 Han Dold City

League 1 v League 2
Porters 1–0 Rudlit Rovers
Rudlit Rovers 1–1 Porters

League 2 v League 3
Hrund AC 3–2 GIM Bears
GIM Bears 1–0 Hrund AC


Syneca AC 1–2 Viltvodle United


Superleague Final Table:
-                        Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Syneca AC 30 15 9 6 65 55 +10 54 IFCF CL, FFI LdV, SCFA Supercup
2 Chalesm 30 14 9 7 57 36 +21 51 IFCF CC, FFI LdV
3 Traal Athletics 30 14 6 10 41 36 +5 48 IFCF CC
4 Algolia 30 13 8 9 59 54 +5 47 IFCF CC

5 Yassaca 30 13 6 11 32 26 +6 45
6 Megabrantid 30 10 12 8 64 59 +5 42
7 Jaglan Royals 30 11 9 10 40 35 +5 42
8 Damogran FC 30 11 8 11 59 59 0 41
9 Sporting Jaglan 30 10 11 9 58 65 −7 41
10 Lublova Reds 30 11 7 12 44 42 +2 40
11 Brantisvogan 30 12 3 15 61 71 −10 39
12 Emerald Coast 30 9 11 10 47 43 +4 38
13 Viltvodle United 30 9 10 11 36 42 −6 37 IFCF CWC, FFI CdC, SCFA Supercup
14 Olympia Arkintoofle 30 10 6 14 39 48 −9 36 Relegated to League 1
15 Hensha 30 6 10 14 35 50 −15 28 Relegated to League 1
16 AC Damogran 30 8 3 19 48 64 −16 27 Relegated to League 1


Superleague Goalscoring Leaders (min. 5 goals):
Code: Select all
20 - Girma Mikhulat     -  Syneca AC
18 - Lyzolda Petrov     -  Syneca AC
15 - Jurzse Bedesnjak   -  Chalesm
15 - Sigrid Eisenhauer  -  Algolia
14 - Omer Kylar         -  Megabrantid
13 - Kambiz Avagyan     -  Traal Athletics
13 - Ibolya Makai       -  Brantisvogan
12 - Shadi Damograni    -  Damogran FC
12 - Iuri Takala        -  Megabrantid
11 - Nikya Paecht       -  AC Damogran
11 - Brion Stienno      -  Emerald Coast
10 - Mareth Erseburg    -  Emerald Coast
10 - Barack Fitzgerald  -  Damogran FC
10 - Esben Roedberg     -  Sporting Jaglan
10 - Olev Skripin       -  Lublova Reds
10 - Oliwer Starosta    -  Damogran FC
9  - Elena Caldryn      -  Lublova Reds
9  - Pal Durano         -  Syneca AC
9  - Kaalia Gerstlauer  -  Jaglan Royals
9  - Marcia Lapwing     -  Brantisvogan
9  - Rasim Orgatz       -  Sporting Jaglan
9  - Keshav Rallinaitis -  Brantisvogan
9  - Viordar Rebljeten  -  Algolia
9  - Aatu Ruoho         -  Brantisvogan
9  - Danin Stolp        -  Algolia
9  - Jzeovak Vladcik    -  Lublova Reds
8  - Kulap Dahl         - AC Damogran
8  - Vaarin Detkov      -  Jaglan Royals
8  - Izoni Hocij        -  Chalesm
8  - Andrea Krause      -  Brantisvogan
8  - Insco Nadzab       -  Chalesm
8  - Damaris Nebojsic   -  Olympia Arkintoofle
7  - Ozol Gebara        -  Megabrantid
7  - Zegana Irigon      -  AC Damogran
7  - Lavanya Naqvi      -  Emerald Coast
7  - Lavinia Pivlic     -  AC Damogran
7  - Pell Rakiric       -  Sporting Jaglan
7  - Isla Ridenton      -  Jaglan Royals
7  - Meaza Teklu        -  Megabrantid
7  - Dymor Zduncyk      -  Megabrantid
6  - Lumia Autenrieth   -  Algolia
6  - Rina Birdanan      -  FC Hensha
6  - Arlo Damot         -  Traal Athletics
6  - Ramaz Dolnight     -  Damogran FC
6  - Daczibog Ketadzic  -  Viltvodle United
6  - Siavash Kuri       -  Brantisvogan
6  - Lakhan Machaka     -  Sporting Jaglan
6  - Surrak Madvig      -  Damogran FC
6  - Gavin Mitchell     -  Chalesm
6  - Tanellia Tavoc     -  Sporting Jaglan
6  - Rycszard Vepcojat  -  Lublova Reds
6  - Jeska Verhulst     -  FC Yassaca
6  - Polter Yndel       -  Olympia Arkintoofle
5  - Maryam Alexandre   -  Emerald Coast
5  - Dawn Gilleran      -  Algolia
5  - Kurbis Garipzanov  - FC Yassaca
5  - Zosimo Halas       -  FC Yassaca
5  - Lynn Holstege      -  Algolia
5  - Givi Kathan        -  Syneca AC
5  - Radu Mardersteig   - Chalesm
5  - Raibel Peikola     -  Viltvodle United
5  - Pal Serritslev     -  FC Hensha
5  - Lianna Voldaren    -  Damogran FC


Player Awards:
Signing of the Season:
Girma Mikhulat, ST, SYN
Syneca took a risk on an older player no longer wanted at his club, and it paid off to the tune of 20 goals and a league title.
Runners-Up:
Jurzse Bedesnjak, ST, CHA; Sigrid Eisenhauer, ST, ALG; Vicki Coleman, DM, YAS

Best Goalkeeper:
Istaro Munib, TRA
Munib continued to hold strong in net despite some struggles in Traals usually excellent possession tactics. He is a big part of why they were able to once again finish top-four when so many of the usual top teams struggled.
Runners-Up:
Argis Ekewakan, YAS, Kinner Mustahil, CHA, Aram Gnau, VLU

Best Defender:
Daczibog Ketadzic, CB, VLU
United were surprisingly strong on defense, finishing poorly more because of an inability to score. Case in point: Ketadzic led the team with 6 goals in the league, and also helped carry them to the Cup title.
Runners-Up:
Tervi Oleb, CB, TRA; Gisa Tuvas, LB, ECA; Rudi Dalso, CB, ROY

Best Midfielder:
Oliwer Starosta, RM, DAM
Though Takala scored more goals, Starosta played a more complete and consistent game over the course of the season, and led all players in assists. A pity Damogran's defense and goaltending couldn't support their excellent attack.
Runners-Up:
Iuri Takala, CM, MSC; Vicki Coleman, DM, YAS; Marcia Lapwing, CM, BRN;

Best Striker:
Girma Mikhulat, SYN
As if someone could score 20 goals and not win this award. Brantisvogan look like idiots for pushing him out the door.
Runners-Up:
Jurzse Bedesnjak, CHA; Lyzolda Petrov, SYN; Sigrid Eisenhauer, ALG

Best Young Player (U-21):
Réré Picard, CB, CHA
Filled in more than capably when Eichhorn went down injured. Chalesm have found the future anchor of their back line.
Runners-Up:
Kaalia Gerstlauer, ST, ROY; Isperia Marrish, CM, MSC; Tuli Kokko, ST, SYN

Best Foreign Player
Sigrid Eisenhauer, ST, ALG
Eisenhauer was the biggest bright spot on a team that was seriously disappointed, despite their fourth-straight top-four finish. Her fifteen goals made the difference between heading to the IFCF and finishing down around the middle of the table.
Runners-Up:
Oliwer Starosta, RM, DAM; Vicki Coleman, DM, YAS; Marcia Lapwing, CM, BRN

Manager of the Year:
Titor Hlinka (SYN)
No one took Syneca seriously at the start of the year, but you can be damn sure they will next season. Hlinka did an amazing job getting the most out of his players and making shrewd moves in the window (the two players he brought in cost just 2.75M but combined for 29 goals).
Runners-Up:
Delval Kotsyubov (CHA); Irfun Melkum (YAS); Lopal Daror (TRA)

Team of the Year:
First Team: Munib (TRA); Tuvas (ECA), Ketadzic (VLU), Oleb (TRA), Escarano (YAS); Hocij (CHA), Takala (MSC), Coleman (YAS), Starosta (DAM); Mikhulat (SYN), Bedesnjak (CHA)
Bench: Ekewakan (YAS), Dalso (ROY), Picard (CHA), Lapwing (BRN), Petrov (SYN), Eisenhauer (ALG)


Lower Leagues:
MD 21:
Sivolvia Central 1–0 Interblag
Svetranj 2–4 Brasta FC
Wavel Rangers 0–3 UFC Flamarion
Rudlit Rovers 1–2 FC Sjerezo
Lokomotiv Dzrebo 1–1 Canyons
Rudlit Miners 1–5 Arkintoofle United
FC Hunian 1–2 Han Dold City
Viltvodle City 0–1 Wavel AC

MD 22:
Interblag 1–1 Viltvodle City
Wavel AC 2–1 FC Hunian
Han Dold City 5–3 Rudlit Miners
Arkintoofle United 2–2 Lokomotiv Dzrebo
Canyons 1–0 Rudlit Rovers
FC Sjerezo 0–1 Wavel Rangers
UFC Flamarion 2–1 Svetranj
Brasta FC 1–1 Sivolvia Central

MD 23:
Brasta FC 1–1 Interblag
Sivolvia Central 3–3 UFC Flamarion
Svetranj 4–2 FC Sjerezo
Wavel Rangers 1–0 Canyons
Rudlit Rovers 1–3 Arkintoofle United
Lokomotiv Dzrebo 0–1 Han Dold City
Rudlit Miners 2–3 Wavel AC
FC Hunian 1–2 Viltvodle City

MD 24:
Interblag 0–0 FC Hunian
Viltvodle City 7–2 Rudlit Miners
Wavel AC 0–1 Lokomotiv Dzrebo
Han Dold City 1–0 Rudlit Rovers
Arkintoofle United 0–0 Wavel Rangers
Canyons 0–1 Svetranj
FC Sjerezo 2–1 Sivolvia Central
UFC Flamarion 2–3 Brasta FC

MD 25:
UFC Flamarion 1–1 Interblag
Brasta FC 4–4 FC Sjerezo
Sivolvia Central 1–0 Canyons
Svetranj 3–2 Arkintoofle United
Wavel Rangers 0–0 Han Dold City
Rudlit Rovers 2–2 Wavel AC
Lokomotiv Dzrebo 0–3 Viltvodle City
Rudlit Miners 1–2 FC Hunian

MD 26:
Interblag 1–1 Rudlit Miners
FC Hunian 2–3 Lokomotiv Dzrebo
Viltvodle City 1–1 Rudlit Rovers
Wavel AC 1–0 Wavel Rangers
Han Dold City 2–1 Svetranj
Arkintoofle United 3–3 Sivolvia Central
Canyons 2–5 Brasta FC
FC Sjerezo 2–1 UFC Flamarion

MD 27:
FC Sjerezo 2–3 Interblag
UFC Flamarion 3–3 Canyons
Brasta FC 2–3 Arkintoofle United
Sivolvia Central 1–2 Han Dold City
Svetranj 2–5 Wavel AC
Wavel Rangers 3–0 Viltvodle City
Rudlit Rovers 2–2 FC Hunian
Lokomotiv Dzrebo 0–1 Rudlit Miners

MD 28:
Interblag 1–2 Lokomotiv Dzrebo
Rudlit Miners 2–3 Rudlit Rovers
FC Hunian 0–0 Wavel Rangers
Viltvodle City 3–3 Svetranj
Wavel AC 2–0 Sivolvia Central
Han Dold City 0–4 Brasta FC
Arkintoofle United 4–4 UFC Flamarion
Canyons 0–0 FC Sjerezo

MD 29:
Canyons 1–0 Interblag
FC Sjerezo 3–1 Arkintoofle United
UFC Flamarion 1–0 Han Dold City
Brasta FC 1–0 Wavel AC
Sivolvia Central 2–3 Viltvodle City
Svetranj 1–2 FC Hunian
Wavel Rangers 3–0 Rudlit Miners
Rudlit Rovers 4–2 Lokomotiv Dzrebo

MD 30:
Interblag 1–1 Rudlit Rovers
Lokomotiv Dzrebo 0–1 Wavel Rangers
Rudlit Miners 1–1 Svetranj
FC Hunian 2–0 Sivolvia Central
Viltvodle City 5–1 Brasta FC
Wavel AC 1–1 UFC Flamarion
Han Dold City 1–1 FC Sjerezo
Arkintoofle United 3–2 Canyons


League 1 Final Table:
-                        Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Viltvodle City 30 14 9 7 72 48 +24 51 IFCF LB, Promotion to Superleague
2 Brasta FC 30 14 7 9 60 48 +12 49 IFCF LB, Promotion to Superleague
3 Han Dold City 30 12 10 8 40 37 +3 46 IFCF LB, Promotion to Superleague

4 Sivolvia Central 30 13 7 10 51 51 0 46
5 Svetranj 30 13 6 11 56 52 +4 45
6 Interblag 30 12 9 9 34 33 +1 45
7 UFC Flamarion 30 11 11 8 54 50 +4 44
8 Wavel Rangers 30 11 9 10 26 21 +5 42
9 FC Sjerezo 30 12 6 12 52 56 −4 42
10 Lokomotiv Dzrebo 30 11 7 12 57 59 −2 40
11 Arkintoofle United 30 10 9 11 52 51 +1 39
12 Wavel AC 30 9 11 10 31 32 −1 38
13 FC Hunian 30 10 6 14 36 48 −12 36
14 Rudlit Rovers 30 6 14 10 41 46 −5 32 Relegation to League 2
15 Canyons 30 7 10 13 27 36 −9 31 Relegation to League 2
16 Rudlit Miners 30 4 11 15 54 75 −21 23 Relegation to League 2


MD 21:
GIM Bears 2–1 Dynamo Lublova
Dynamo Bardjov 2–1 Golgafrincham
Flania Zarss 0–0 Vassilian City
Avangard Slagvec 0–1 Rockets
Szlachta Lutenblag 2–3 Olympia Sasava
Traktor Gryrorik 2–1 Flamarion City
FC Syneca 0–1 Railways
Porters 0–4 Flania Traal

MD 22:
Dynamo Lublova 1–1 Porters
Flania Traal 3–0 FC Syneca
Railways 0–0 Traktor Gryrorik
Flamarion City 5–3 Szlachta Lutenblag
Olympia Sasava 1–0 Avangard Slagvec
Rockets 5–1 Flania Zarss
Vassilian City 2–0 Dynamo Bardjov
Golgafrincham 2–0 GIM Bears

MD 23:
Golgafrincham 0–3 Dynamo Lublova
GIM Bears 0–2 Vassilian City
Dynamo Bardjov 2–2 Rockets
Flania Zarss 1–1 Olympia Sasava
Avangard Slagvec 0–3 Flamarion City
Szlachta Lutenblag 3–4 Railways
Traktor Gryrorik 0–0 Flania Traal
FC Syneca 1–1 Porters

MD 24:
Dynamo Lublova 2–1 FC Syneca
Porters 6–3 Traktor Gryrorik
Flania Traal 3–1 Szlachta Lutenblag
Railways 1–0 Avangard Slagvec
Flamarion City 3–1 Flania Zarss
Olympia Sasava 4–2 Dynamo Bardjov
Rockets 3–0 GIM Bears
Vassilian City 1–2 Golgafrincham

MD 25:
Vassilian City 1–1 Dynamo Lublova
Golgafrincham 1–2 Rockets
GIM Bears 1–2 Olympia Sasava
Dynamo Bardjov 2–1 Flamarion City
Flania Zarss 1–1 Railways
Avangard Slagvec 3–2 Flania Traal
Szlachta Lutenblag 3–2 Porters
Traktor Gryrorik 0–0 FC Syneca

MD 26:
Dynamo Lublova 2–3 Traktor Gryrorik
FC Syneca 2–3 Szlachta Lutenblag
Porters 2–1 Avangard Slagvec
Flania Traal 1–3 Flania Zarss
Railways 2–0 Dynamo Bardjov
Flamarion City 0–0 GIM Bears
Olympia Sasava 2–4 Golgafrincham
Rockets 1–0 Vassilian City

MD 27:
Rockets 0–1 Dynamo Lublova
Vassilian City 1–2 Olympia Sasava
Golgafrincham 4–0 Flamarion City
GIM Bears 2–1 Railways
Dynamo Bardjov 0–1 Flania Traal
Flania Zarss 2–4 Porters
Avangard Slagvec 2–2 FC Syneca
Szlachta Lutenblag 1–1 Traktor Gryrorik

MD 28:
Dynamo Lublova 1–0 Szlachta Lutenblag
Traktor Gryrorik 1–0 Avangard Slagvec
FC Syneca 3–1 Flania Zarss
Porters 2–2 Dynamo Bardjov
Flania Traal 1–0 GIM Bears
Railways 2–2 Golgafrincham
Flamarion City 3–4 Vassilian City
Olympia Sasava 1–0 Rockets

MD 29:
Olympia Sasava 3–0 Dynamo Lublova
Rockets 0–1 Flamarion City
Vassilian City 2–1 Railways
Golgafrincham 1–1 Flania Traal
GIM Bears 0–1 Porters
Dynamo Bardjov 2–0 FC Syneca
Flania Zarss 0–1 Traktor Gryrorik
Avangard Slagvec 1–1 Szlachta Lutenblag

MD 30:
Dynamo Lublova 1–1 Avangard Slagvec
Szlachta Lutenblag 0–1 Flania Zarss
Traktor Gryrorik 0–0 Dynamo Bardjov
FC Syneca 1–1 GIM Bears
Porters 2–3 Golgafrincham
Flania Traal 1–0 Vassilian City
Railways 3–1 Rockets
Flamarion City 1–0 Olympia Sasava


League 2 Final Table:
-                        Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Traktor Gryrorik 30 15 8 7 45 29 +16 53 Promotion to League 1
2 Flamarion City 30 14 8 8 55 42 +13 50 Promotion to League 1
3 Porters 30 14 8 8 50 41 +9 50 Promotion to League 1

4 Flania Traal 30 14 7 9 41 36 +5 49
5 Railways 30 13 9 8 42 36 +6 48
6 Flania Zarss 30 11 13 6 47 41 +6 46
7 Vassilian City 30 13 6 11 47 43 +4 45
8 Olympia Sasava 30 13 5 12 47 42 +5 44
9 Dynamo Lublova 30 11 7 12 33 37 −4 40
10 Golgafrincham 30 10 9 11 39 42 −3 39
11 FC Syneca 30 10 9 11 36 40 −4 39
12 Rockets 30 10 7 13 34 32 +2 37
13 Dynamo Bardjov 30 9 8 13 41 49 −8 35
14 GIM Bears 30 8 7 15 34 46 −12 31
15 Avangard Slagvec 30 6 9 15 34 52 −18 27 Relegation to League 3
16 Szlachta Lutenblag 30 5 8 17 51 68 −17 23 Relegation to League 3


MD 21:
Lizelia 2–1 Hrund AC
Verduga 0–2 Halfarian
Granant Rovers 0–1 Scovelan
Gachikovo 1–0 Revolution Chalesm
Independent 4–2 Mukjus Power
Orenfeld 5–1 Rennerby Town
Always Ready 3–0 Arsenal Jzerbo
Cramshananteen 2–1 Molvania Lutenblag

MD 22:
Hrund AC 2–1 Cramshananteen
Molvania Lutenblag 2–2 Always Ready
Arsenal Jzerbo 1–2 Orenfeld
Rennerby Town 2–1 Independent
Mukjus Power 1–0 Gachikovo
Revolution Chalesm 2–1 Granant Rovers
Scovelan 2–1 Verduga
Halfarian 1–0 Lizelia

MD 23:
Halfarian 2–5 Hrund AC
Lizelia 3–1 Scovelan
Verduga 0–2 Revolution Chalesm
Granant Rovers 0–1 Mukjus Power
Gachikovo 1–2 Rennerby Town
Independent 4–2 Arsenal Jzerbo
Orenfeld 0–1 Molvania Lutenblag
Always Ready 1–1 Cramshananteen

MD 24:
Hrund AC 3–2 Always Ready
Cramshananteen 2–1 Orenfeld
Molvania Lutenblag 0–1 Independent
Arsenal Jzerbo 1–1 Gachikovo
Rennerby Town 2–1 Granant Rovers
Mukjus Power 2–2 Verduga
Revolution Chalesm 5–1 Lizelia
Scovelan 5–1 Halfarian

MD 25:
Scovelan 1–2 Hrund AC
Halfarian 1–0 Revolution Chalesm
Lizelia 2–2 Mukjus Power
Verduga 4–3 Rennerby Town
Granant Rovers 2–2 Arsenal Jzerbo
Gachikovo 2–2 Molvania Lutenblag
Independent 1–0 Cramshananteen
Orenfeld 2–2 Always Ready

MD 26:
Hrund AC 1–2 Orenfeld
Always Ready 0–1 Independent
Cramshananteen 1–2 Gachikovo
Molvania Lutenblag 0–1 Granant Rovers
Arsenal Jzerbo 2–2 Verduga
Rennerby Town 1–0 Lizelia
Mukjus Power 1–1 Halfarian
Revolution Chalesm 0–0 Scovelan

MD 27:
Revolution Chalesm 1–0 Hrund AC
Scovelan 0–0 Mukjus Power
Halfarian 4–3 Rennerby Town
Lizelia 2–5 Arsenal Jzerbo
Verduga 2–0 Molvania Lutenblag
Granant Rovers 1–0 Cramshananteen
Gachikovo 1–0 Always Ready
Independent 1–2 Orenfeld

MD 28:
Hrund AC 1–0 Independent
Orenfeld 3–1 Gachikovo
Always Ready 2–1 Granant Rovers
Cramshananteen 0–2 Verduga
Molvania Lutenblag 0–1 Lizelia
Arsenal Jzerbo 4–1 Halfarian
Rennerby Town 2–0 Scovelan
Mukjus Power 0–2 Revolution Chalesm

MD 29:
Mukjus Power 3–0 Hrund AC
Revolution Chalesm 2–0 Rennerby Town
Scovelan 2–1 Arsenal Jzerbo
Halfarian 1–1 Molvania Lutenblag
Lizelia 2–1 Cramshananteen
Verduga 2–0 Always Ready
Granant Rovers 2–2 Orenfeld
Gachikovo 2–1 Independent

MD 30:
Hrund AC 2–0 Gachikovo
Independent 4–3 Granant Rovers
Orenfeld 1–0 Verduga
Always Ready 2–1 Lizelia
Cramshananteen 3–0 Halfarian
Molvania Lutenblag 0–0 Scovelan
Arsenal Jzerbo 0–0 Revolution Chalesm
Rennerby Town 0–1 Mukjus Power


League 3 Final Table:
-                        Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Revolution Chalesm 30 19 4 7 38 15 +23 61 Promotion to League 2
2 Orenfeld 30 18 6 6 66 42 +24 60 Promotion to League 2

3 Hrund AC 30 17 4 9 49 36 +13 55
4 Lizelia 30 15 5 10 49 42 +7 50
5 Rennerby Town 30 14 5 11 49 52 −3 47
6 Gachikovo 30 13 4 13 49 45 +4 43
7 Arsenal Jzerbo 30 11 8 11 49 45 +4 41
8 Mukjus Power 30 10 11 9 39 43 −4 41
9 Halfarian 30 11 6 13 44 57 −13 39
10 Independent 30 11 5 14 44 49 −5 38
11 Always Ready 30 9 9 12 42 45 −3 36
12 Cramshananteen 30 9 8 13 34 40 −6 35
13 Verduga 30 8 8 14 39 48 −9 32
14 Scovelan 30 8 8 14 36 48 −12 32
15 Molvania Lutenblag 30 6 11 13 35 40 −5 29
16 Granant Rovers 30 7 6 17 30 45 −15 27
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World Cup:
Did not Qualify: WC81, WC82, WC83, WC84, WC85
Cup of Harmony:
Quarterfinalist: CoH73, CoH75
Second Round: CoH74
First Round: CoH76, CoH77
IAC:
Third Place: IAC8
Second Round: IAC6, IAC7
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Algolia AC
City: Damogran, Algolia
Stadium: Albrechtsson Park (cap. 65,400)
Nickname(s): The Suntigers
Coaches:
Manager: Dolvin Antal 57 y/o
Assistants: Perrin Chabchoub 45 y/o, Amin Kaldora 44 y/o
Captain: Danin Stolp
Club Summary: One of the oldest clubs in the confederacy, Algolia has been around since well before the war. In the old days, it was seen more as the team of the upper class of Damogran, and in the years following the war, its supporters were often seen as sympathetic to the Imperium. Algolia supporters are more likely to be from the eastern and northern suburbs of Damogran, and a slight income disparity between them and supporters of the other big Damogran clubs remains, fueling resentment with. They also enjoy a spirited rivalry against Royals, another team traditionally associated with white-collar supporters. Matches with the big Brantisvogan clubs are also a big affair, usually with championship implications. Despite all their success, however, Algolia hasn't quite caught on as a nationwide brand, and their support is still mostly concentrated in and around Damogran.
Last Year: 4th
This Year: Algolia spent heavily in the last transfer window, bringing in nearly 10 million worth of reinforcements. It helped them continue their string of top-four finishes, but they were disappointed to only be fourth, and had some puzzling struggles through the early part of the season. This past offseason, they were perhaps a little too judicious with their bidding. After eventually withdrawing their bid for popular Euran midfielder Julian Mann, they made a last minute offer to Qusmi Yunal-Julad Waz. Most of the outgoing players were from the bench, as the Suntigers appear to believe in their current lineup's ability to improve on last season. The only potential point of weakness appears to be the defense. Team captain and center back Rasim Abiodun heads to League 1 on a free transfer, and is replaced with 20-year-old Traal product Aryel Ciernik, with Eder Ulloa picked up from Hunian as an insurance policy and veteran bench player. One has to wonder at this move. If Algolia were planning to part ways with their captain so soon, why sell Roffen Ritschl in the prior transfer window? The end result is an apparent lack of experience in the back line. The presence of Yunal-Julad patrolling in front of the young center backs may alleviate the problem somewhat. The midfield and attack, with nearly all players returning, looks good once again. Sigrid Eisenhauer's debut year was superb, overshadowed only by the absurd display put on by Syneca's striker duo. The main concern is a potential lack of depth. Selling off some of their better bench players has depleted Algolia's substitute pool, which now consists mostly of recent youth graduates. If Algolia have any injury troubles at all, the mettle of these youngsters will be put to the test.
Prediction: 2nd
Out:
PlayerPos.AgeClubFee
Dralnu RavidCM20Mandon United (APX)1.75
Bruenna SavoRB/LB26AFC Corvistone (NPH)1
Lumia AutenriethST28Viltvodle City1
Krenko StanslovGK28Wavel Rangers0.5
Rasim AbiodunCB33PortersFree
Aeron SchultheissDM32Lublova RedsFree

In:
PlayerPos.AgeClubFee
Aryel CiernikCB20Traal Athletics1
Eder UlloaCB28Hunian0.4
Yunal-Julad WazDM29KF Poldanz (QUS)Free
Masuyo VilaróST21Sant Joan University (HIN)Free
Intira MetharomGK21Williams Institute of Physical and Mental Development (HIN)Free
Pos Player            Age   Nat.  Gen.
GK Daniel Fitzmarten 33 NPH M
LB Raimo Balver 29 SRS M
CB Terun Cadash 26 SRS F
CB Aryel Ciernik 20 SRS F
RB Janar Delu 28 SRS M
DM Yunal-Julad Waz 29 QUS N
LM Dawn Gilleran 31 APX F
CM Danin Stolp 25 SRS M
RM Lynn Holstege 29 KOR F
CF Viordar Rebljeten 27 SRS M
ST Sigrid Eisenhauer 28 NPH F
Subs:
GK Intira Metharom 21 HIN F
LB Dev Zaman 19 SRS M
CB Eder Ulloa 28 SRS M
CB Susheela Kaur 18 SRS F
RB Jhoira Kambol 20 SRS F
LM Anantha Rostami 18 SRS F
CM Derya Canizal 18 SRS F
CM Zav Allaris 19 SRS M
RM Uhlan Tarcha 24 SRS M
ST Masuyo Vilaró 21 HIN F
ST Jamshed Ologin 18 SRS M


Brantisvogan FC
City: Brantisvogan, Megabrantis
Stadium: Radlov Arena (cap. 76,800)
Nickname(s): The Red Flash
Coaches:
Manager: Apris Katonshin, 43 y/o
Assistants: Kurtis Rough (NPH) 40 y/o, Alder Salloba 37 y/o
Captain: Ortzi Perparim
Club Summary: BFC are a very wealthy and well-supported club with a long history. Their original association was with the upper class, particularly the Squornshelan ruling elite in the days when Brantisvogan was the capital of West Squornshelous. In fact, until the war, the Imperial Viceroy held an honorary position as club president by tradition. While this old association is often brought up by opposing fans, the modern fanbase spans a broad cross-section of Brantids, and the real reason for resentment is more likely the club's consistent success, and their nationwide support. Nothing is as obnoxious as watching your neighbors, who ought to support their hometown club, jump on the bandwagon of a rich, successful team like Brantisvogan. While Brantisvogan's traditional rival is Chalesm, in more recent years their biggest match of the year has come against nouveau-riche rivals, MSC.
Last Year: 11th
This Year: Brantisvogan knew a repeat championship was unlikely after such significant player turnovewr, but were few of their fans dreamed just how far they would fall. They crashed all the way to eleventh, despite bringing in significant reinforcements, and will be expecting a rebound under new manager Apris Katonshin, who was promoted from her assistant position. Together with promoted Viltvodle City manager Antira Horgall, she will be the first woman to manage a superleague team. She retains the services of assistant manager Kurtis Rough, who played right back for Brantisvogan's season 3 championship team. There will be significant changes to the roster, as no fewer than four starters left the team in the transfer window, along with three players from the bench. First and perhaps foremost, attacking mid Keshav Rallinaitis follows his former teammate Girma Mikhulat to Syneca. Laungani Saur and Siavash Kuri, who both performed poorly last year, also depart for other Superleague clubs, while Doron Fuchs heads to Xanneria. From the bench, promising right back Jirar Malgos heads for Pasarga, in a move many fans already bitterly regret. Desh Abri ended up in Darmen, and Simic Mumurungu will hope for more playing time in Viltvodle. To replace these significant losses, Katonshin will lean heavily on academy graduates, but also made a few judicious purchases and free signings. The highest profile moves were the signing of Vaarin Strepol from Lublova, and Intov-Helek Duk from KF Werzin. Intov-Helek will be an instant upgrade on the back line, with no transfer money spent: probably the best move. Strepol is an interesting case. In the twilight of his career, he was no longer the player that Lublova needed at the center of their midfield. At Brantisvogan, however, he won't be asked to play such a large role, with dangerous attackers like Ruoho, Lapwing, and Makai on the roster. This seems like a buy with high upside, and a low failure potential. Strepol doesn't have to light up the scoreboard to prove his worth. Orald Koppuri gets the anticipated promotion to the first team, while his younger sister Lyydia joins Ayli Galdra and the Hinodejin Yamashita twins in what looks like a pretty stacked, if inexperienced defensive bench. Finally, Talaat Demirki should be an improvement over Saur at center back while the team waits on its young reserve to develop, and Tahvo Zaveri is a depth signing through and through.
Prediction: 7th
Out:
PlayerPos.AgeClubFee
Jirar MalgosRB20Galatica (PAS)2
Keshav RallinaitisAM/ST33Syneca AC1.5
Doron FuchsLM28Dursten Easterners (XAN)1
Desh AbriLM/RM24Johnho United (DAR)0.75
Siavash KuriCM29Lublova Reds0.7
Laungani SaurCB28YassacaFree
Simic MumurunguCM25Viltvodle UnitedFree

In:
PlayerPos.AgeClubFee
Vaarin StrepolDM33Lublova Reds1.5
Talaat DemirkiCB25Sivolvia Central0.8
Intov-Helek DukLB29KF Werzin (QUS)Free
Katashi Yamashita (HIN)LB/CB21Tentai University (HIN)Free
Kohaku Yamashita (HIN)RB/CB21Tentai University (HIN)Free
Tahvo ZaveriCM30HunianFree
Pos Player             Age   Nat.  Gen.
GK Karel Jonason 32 NPH M
LB Intov-Helek Duk 29 QUS N
CB Ortzi Perparim 32 SRS M
CB Talaat Demirki 25 SRS F
RB Orislava Pensinger 26 SRS F
LM Aatu Ruoho 26 SRS M
CM Marcia Lapwing 29 NPH F
CM Vaarin Strepol 33 SRS M
RM Andrea Krause 24 NPH F
ST Orald Koppuri 22 SRS M
ST Ibolya Makai 25 PAS F
Subs:
GK Satya Beisner 25 SRS F
LB Katashi Yamashita 21 HIN M
CB Ayli Galdra 20 SRS F
CB Lyydia Koppuri 18 SRS F
RB Kohaku Yamashita 21 HIN M
LM Pruira Ingura 18 SRS F
CM Vancy Akkaynak 19 SRS F
CM Tahvo Zaveri 30 SRS M
RM Garin Velat 18 SRS M
ST Otsobi Pohlegar 19 SRS M
ST Aylit Swerdlen 18 SRS F


Brasta FC
City: Brasta, Sivolvia
Stadium: Henkmar Field (cap. 29,850)
Nickname(s):
Coaches:
Manager: Jigar Cisneros 54 y/o
Assistants: Rim Hakouby 47 y/o, Busra Maran 42 y/o
Captain: Uolevi Karu
Club Summary: The largest club in Sivolvia's smallest major city, which is also the southernmost in the Confederacy, Brasta's gold and gray symbolize the sand and lava rock of the local beaches. Brasta is known primarily as a tourist destination through most of the Confederacy, but football matches are one place where the townies can go to get away from the Brantids and Algolians crowding their beaches and bars. They have a reputation for frequent drunkenness and outrageous fan behavior. After a few seasons in the second tier, they hope to stake their claim in the top flight, as their regional rivals Yassaca and Syneca have done the past few years, joining in the recent surge of quality in Sivolvian club football.
Last Year: 2nd, League 1
This Year: Jigar Cisneros makes his triumphant return to the Superleague in the same year his old club, Olympia make the drop. It has to be satisfying. On top of that, he manages to poach young center mid prospect Saheeli Krond, who he recruited for Olympia years ago. Surprisingly, Brasta managed to keep most of their team intact, not losing much talent at all to the transfer window. Dakna, Voyels, and Manobat are probably players better suited to League 1 or backup roles, and Drenel, though a good prospect, wasn't likely to see much time this year. Mailar is something of a curiosity, getting little respect at Brasta, but somehow drawing the eye of AFC Rochford. He'll try to make Brasta regret letting him walk. The bad part of the window for Brasta was their their incoming players aren't much more impressive than those outgoing. The aforementioned Krond will have to recover from a development that seemed stalled at Olympia, and Regemond Brixen also doesn't appear quite ready for the first team, having not been prioritized at Lublova. and Brasta's fortunes will depend heavily on Brenecian free transfers Lucius Card and Jasper Morant. Youth development will be of paramount importance going forward from here, as Eldan Yarritu and Uolevi Karu aren't getting any younger, and even Eetu Pianka is getting on in years a bit. Retaining those three will help Brasta compete this year, but the time to plan for the future is now. Even with their attacking and defensive cores still largely intact, this will be a difficult year for Brasta, and if they want to avoid crashing hard over the next few years as players leave and retire, they next generation needs to be ready to step up.
Prediction: 13th
Out:
PlayerPos.AgeClubFee
Hekima DrenelGK23Emerald Coast1
Ullin DaknaST27UFC Flamarion0.7
Housam VoyelsDM34Viltvodle UnitedFree
Jasso ManobatCM32HunianFree
Baral MailarCB26AFC Rochford (NPH)Free

In:
PlayerPos.AgeClubFee
Saheeli KrondCM20Olympia Arkintoofle1
Regemond BrixenRM23Lublova Reds0.7
Tarno MesserCB34HenshaFree
Lucius CardCM28North Hall (BRE)Free
Jasper MorantST27Rozelle (BRE)Free
Pos Player           Age   Nat.  Gen.
GK Dolozan Zsofka 33 SRS M
LB Valda Harkhan 21 SRS F
CB Margath Helder 28 SRS M
RB Kekoan Tschida 29 SRS M
CDM Yrel Velen 23 SRS F
CM Lucius Card 28 BRE M
CM Aatos Havner 33 SRS M
LAM Eetu Pianka 28 SRS M
RAM Uolevi Karu 34 SRS M
ST Jasper Morant 27 BRE M
ST Eldan Yarritu 30 SRS M
Subs:
GK Sathala Pergram 18 SRS F
LB Ghafla Treibitz 20 SRS M
CB Tarno Messer 34 SRS M
CB Paora Tawfiq 18 SRS F
RB Khajag Albani 22 SRS M
LM Ruzgar Hoxha 18 SRS M
CM Danitha Najzar 22 SRS F
CM Saheeli Krond 20 SRS F
RM Regemond Brixen 23 SRS M
ST Mubina Teke 18 SRS F
ST Tehmina Palani 20 SRS F


Chalesm FC
City: Chalesm, Megabrantis
Stadium: Raftel Park (cap. 59,870)
Nickname(s): The Blues
Coaches:
Manager: Delval Kotsyubov 40 y/o
Assistants: Zeynab Konul 44 y/o, Rizwan Dubagi 50 y/o
Captain:
Club Summary: Chalesm is another very old club with a long tradition of excellence dating back well before the war. As the biggest club in the new capital (can it still be called new as its centennial gradually nears?), they are natural rivals of Brantisvogan, and the Capital Derby is one of the highlights of the SCFA season. The board was rewarded last year for their faith in the ability of former assistant manager Kotsyubov's ability to turn things around after a few bad years, and the team is now looking to build on their surprising second-place finish.
Last Year: 2nd
This Year: Last year's performance was powered in large part by a career year at striker for Jurzse Bedesnjak and the emergence of center back Réré Picard as a bona fide starter, along with solid years from Kinner Mustahil and Izoni Hocij. Predictably then former starting center back Sjurd Eichhorn is out, as is aging team captain Gavin Mitchell, and left mid Petzet, who is surplus to requirements with Hocij in the first team. Overall though, it was a pretty quiet window for Chalesm. They sold high on backup Mardersteig, which could look like a mistake in a few months if Bedesnjak sees any regression from his sky-high goalscoring numbers last season. The players joining the team are primarily for the future, with the exception of midfielder Nailah Marrigan, who will replace Mitchell in midfield after Southern Star let her walk. Eetu Nazarov, joining from Sporting, looks to be a decent, if not spectacular center mid prospect. Emil Bohler and Viketnija Krastev are a little less certain, but will not be called upon to make major contributions just yet. The club are presenting ththe quiet window as a result of Kotsyubov's confidence in his roster, and as long as their performances last year are indicative of their true skill Chalesm should be fine. Everyone can't have a career year every year though, and they could very easily end up on the outside of the IFCF picture looking in. Overall, this team has not done enough to get better, and will probably not deliver the same kind of overachievement as they did a season ago.
Prediction: 8th
Out:
PlayerPos.AgeClubFee
Radu MardersteigST29Targas City (PAS)1.5
Sjurd EichhornCB33Rockridge Phoenix (BRE)Free
Gavin Mitchell (OSR)CM37Osarese Marcadia (AUD)Free
Helsk PetzetLM28Jaglan RoyalsFree

In:
PlayerPos.AgeClubFee
Eetu NazarovCM22Sporting Jaglan0.75
Emil BohlerST23Wavel Rangers0.3
Viketnija KrastevST22Interblag0.3
Nailah Marrigan (BRE)CM30Southern Star (BRE)Free
Pos Player            Age   Nat.  Gen.
GK Kinner Mustahil 30 SRS M
LB Danin Enesca 31 SRS M
CB Réré Picard 21 KOR M
CB Jhanna Skoroplyas 31 SRS F
RB Gisela Alberon 26 SRS F
LM Izoni Hocij 24 SRS F
CM Nailah Marrigan 30 BRE F
CM Faizan Yakam 24 SRS M
RM Janne Dyranut 32 SRS M
ST Jurzse Bedesnjak 29 SRS M
ST Insco Nadzab 24 SRS M
Subs:
GK Bieler Kajanto 27 SRS M
LB Palla Jagidar 19 SRS F
CB Rossaline Embert 23 CMT F
CB Tylan Glovak 18 SRS M
RB Erdain Sotaka 18 SRS M
LM Sela Saotisohi 19 SRS F
CM Eetu Nazarov 22 SRS M
CM Larel Sonari 18 SRS F
RM Aarla Patzold 20 SRS F
ST Viketnija Krastev 22 SRS F
ST Emil Bohler 23 SRS M


Damogran FC
City: Damogran, Algolia
Stadium: Bridger Lane (cap. 72,406)
Nickname(s): The Eagles
Coaches:
Manager: Heldir Zaman 51 y/o
Assistants: Harish Tamboli 49 y/o, Shakuntala Nagar 44 y/o
Captain: Shadi Damograni
Club Summary: The other of the big Damogran clubs, Damogran FC are rich in tradition and in currency. While in their old days they were more of a lower-class club, greatly improved income equality since the war has lessened that distinction. Damogran are the best-supported club in Damogran, and in Algolia as a whole, and their fanbase today comes from all walks of life. Most Algolian football fans without a strong connection to another club would probably list Damogran as their favorite club, and the fanbase has a reputation for traveling very well, frequently rivaling the home support with the volume of their chants. While many fans from outside Algolia will frequently refer to the club as Damogran FC, sometimes abbreviated to Damo FC, to avoid confusion with Athletic, Damogran's fans generally find this insulting, and bluntly refuse to see any room for ambiguity. "We're Damogran, they're Athletic, and that's all there is to it."
Last Year: 8th
This Year: Damogran, sick and tired of finishing mid-table, have embraced wholesale change this offseason. Gone is manager Vichai Parekh, replaced by former Brantisvogan boss and Superleague champion Heldir Zaman. Gone are defenders Torluk and Rabikauskas, and third striker Madvig, all sold to League 1 clubs. Gone are midfielders Klovsjo and Steinacker, heading for Baker Park and Brenecia. Bench fullback Flodr will head to Han Dold, and Artemios Zigdis, unsigned at press time, seems likely to end up somewhere in Abanhfleft. Gone also is the 4-3-3 that the ousted Parekh employed, replaced with Zaman's 4-4-2. Zaman, like he did last year in Brantisvogan, spent freely in the window, securing the services of Emery Russel from South Laithland (though some press first reported that she had signed with MSC instead) after losing out to Syneca on their bid for Camus Mortenson. longtime substitute Granit Peden will likely see some time in net as well, but Russell looks to have the inside track for the starting job. You don't spend three mil on a keeper and then sit her down on the bench after all. Zaman also looked abroad to plug the gaps at right back and left mid, findin Apoxian Paul Mata, and Xannerian Myrone Bradshaw. Finally, he spent a few hundred thousand on a couple of Molvanians for the bench: Bozydar Maslanka from Dzrebo, who will have plenty of time to adapt to the Superleague with Mata ahead of him on the depth chart, and Jzacol Urtzenic, a veteran who can fill in if Irinia Wassef has any difficulties adapting to her new starting role. These chanes seem to address the areas where the team was weak, while complementing its strengths. Shadi Damograni will return for another year, and paired well with Barack Fitzgerald in the latter's debut season. In midfield, the productive partnership of Ramaz Dolnight and Oliwer Starosta should only be improved by the addition of Bradshaw, though Landis Higon, promoted from the bench, is more of an unknown.
Prediction: 3rd
Out:
PlayerPos.AgeClubFee
Surrak MadvigST27Sivolvia Central0.8
Bedros TorlukCB31AC Damogran0.7
Marek RabikauskasRB25Hunian0.5
Fabre KlovsjoLM28Middlebourne AFC (CBP)Free
Agrus FlodrLB27Han Dold CityFree
Hekara SteinackerCM27Proudcastle (BRE)Free
Artemios Zigdis (FHU)GK34Free Agent-

In: [tr][/tr]
PlayerPos.AgeClubFee
Emery Russell (NPH)GK28South Laithland (NPH)3
Paul Mata (APX)RWB/RB29Skjoll Premier (APX)1
Myrone Bradshaw (XAN)LM28Tacoma 1836 (XAN)1
Bozydar MaslankaRB20Lokomotiv Dzrebo0.5
Jzacol UrtzenicCB29Svetranj0.3
Pos Player           Age   Nat.  Gen.
GK Emery Russell 28 NPH F
LB Paige Walker 29 BRE F
CB Mamoona Acuff 28 SRS F
CB Irinia Wassef 20 SRS F
RB Paul Mata 29 APX M
LM Myrone Bradshaw 28 XAN M
CM Ramaz Dolnight 30 SRS M
CM Landis Higon 24 SRS M
RM Oliwer Starosta 23 SOU M
ST Shadi Damograni 36 SRS M
ST Barack Fitzgerald 24 BRE M
Subs:
GK Granit Peden 29 SRS M
LB Amita Misra 18 SRS F
CB Jzacol Urtzenic 29 SRS M
CB Narendra Foroghi 18 SRS F
RB Bozydar Maslanka 20 SRS M
LM Kurosh Rostami 18 SRS M
CM Anitra Chaudari 19 SRS F
CM Priit Korrapati 20 SRS F
RM Sarala Darzi 18 SRS F
ST Lianna Voldaren 26 SRS F
ST Payam Charmchi 18 SRS M


Emerald Coast AC
City: Vassilian, Algolia
Stadium: Emerald Coast Colosseum (cap. 31,200)
Nickname(s): The Emeralds
Coaches:
Manager: Gobind Srygler 61 y/o
Assistants: Kalyana Sherazi 55 y/o, Arushi Cruz 36 y/o
Captain: Yihun Peura
Club Summary: Left-out of the big Algolian rivalries of the Damogran and Jaglan clubs, Emerald Coast have a much more laid back image, something which can also be said of their home, Algolia's third-largest city, Vassilian. The club's history is generally one of mediocrity, generally seeing them finish somewhere in the bottom half of the top league, with occasional trips down to the second tier. Despite that, they are generally well-respected as a club that excells at developing their own players.
Last Year: 12th
This Year: The Superleague's youngest team found a way to get even younger, parting with such elders as Erseburg (28), Poudyal (28), Zangeste (25), and Tjaeder (24), while bringing in only a few transfers, and relying on academy graduates to fill out their bench. The team now has an average age of 22.45 years and is perilously lacking in depth. Kulap Erer will be strong in goal as usual, but this team needs improvement from its midfield over last year. Lavanya Naqvi needs to find a way to be more incisive, and to bring her teammates into the play more, while Ezuri Thiel was invisble for large portions of the year, and will face some serious pressure from young Qusmi Yoltz-Jonto Cel to keep her spot in the first team. Maryam Alexandre should be able to build on a good first season with the club, but there isn't a clear option to play at center mid beside her. In fact, aside from Alexandre, Thiel, Naqvi, returning striker Brion Stienno and Audioslavian Blair Henderson, there isn't a single player in the attack over the age of 20. No matter how Srygler shuffles his lineup, he'll still be forced to play someone very inexperienced. Things look a little better on the back line, with Peura and Paajar bringing more experience than most of the team, and both Tuvas and Karapetyan nearing their prime. Any inury trouble at all will be a serious problem, as right back Myrakis is the only bench player with appreciable Superleague playing time. This might be the year that the Emeralds finally run out of tricks and good luck. They might very well be headed for the drop.
Prediction: 14th
Out:
PlayerPos.AgeClubFee
Mareth ErseburgST28Rome Beach (XAN)2.5
Baishya ZangesteDM25AC Valanari (VAL)1.5
Eddara TjaederST24AC Mariina (MRN)1
Toven PinderhandCB20Syneca AC0.8
Aitar PoudyalCM28Sjerezo0.7
Eidren KalitasGK25Rockridge Phoenix (BRE)Free

In:
PlayerPos.AgeClubFee
Blair Henderson (AUD)ST28Honeybadgers (EUR)1.6
Hekima DrenelGK23Brasta1
Yoltz-Jonto CelRM19KF AtlovFree
Pos Player           Age   Nat.  Gen.
GK Kulap Erer 30 SRS M
LB Gisa Tuvas 24 SRS F
CB Yihun Peura 28 SRS M
CB Oskana Karapetyan 24 ISK F
RB Bendiks Paajar 27 SRS M
LM Lavanya Naqvi 25 SRS F
CM Maryam Alexandre 22 ISK F
CM Devith Bubnic 20 SRS M
RM Ezuri Thiel 27 SRS F
ST Brion Stienno 25 SRS M
ST Blair Henderson 28 AUD M
Subs:
GK Hekima Drenel 23 SRS F
LB Archany Narang 18 SRS F
CB Nitika Ghadavi 20 SRS F
CB Jahan Attar 19 SRS M
RB Talea Myrakis 23 SRS F
LM Putri Nibhanup 18 SRS F
CM Sekhar Misra 18 SRS M
CM Nitin Joshi 18 SRS M
RM Yoltz-Jonto Cel 19 QUS N
ST Ishani Rao 18 SRS F
ST Kalyan Sultana 20 SRS M


Han Dold City FC
City: Han Dold City, Han Dold
Stadium: Ralph Wilson Memorial Stadium (cap. 48,700)
Nickname(s): The Wolfpack, The Black-and-Blues
Coaches:
Manager: Sovrag Scordo 49 y/o
Assistants: Eoin Grizdek 50 y/o, Oroitz Loridag 43 y/o
Captain: Arwel Caswyddian
Club Summary: By far the largest and best-supported club in the state of Han Dold, Han Dold City are a middle of the pack type team renowned for the outrageous behavior of their fans, who are famous for impossibly loud chants, and outrageous stunts at tailgate and match-watching parties. A match without at least a dozen folding-table related hospitalizations is a dull affair in Han Dold City.
Last Year: 3rd, League 1
This Year: HDC have made a few intersting moves to retool their team for Superleague competition, and the club will be one of just two in the Superleague to have no foreign players on its roster. They part ways with a few players who seem more at home at a lower-league level, and clearly did some shrewd negotiating to get such high fees for those players as they did. Their choices for players to bring in are not what some might have expected. They didn't go in on any of the big-name strikers to replace Pober, instead opting for Dymor Zduncyk, who was out of favor with Megabrantid after a difficult year. In midfield, they are looking to the future, poaching from neighboring club to add Ronit Somhair. If she's ready for the step up in competition, this could prove to be a really inspired move. It does, however, leave the HDC midfield fairly young, with Aoife Jens entering just her second year as a starter. There may be some early season struggles there, though the presence of Arwel Caswyddian as a mentor will be valuable. Goalkeeper is perhaps the most interesting position for HDC, as they part ways with Lohani and bring in Sporting backup Xiaoriya Trettin to compete with Tishan Gower for the starting job. Expect them to split time for quite a while as Scordo works out who is going to backstop his team for the forseaable future. This will be a team that struggles to compete against most of their opponents, but are not without a chance to stay up. Their matches against other lower-echelon clubs will tell which side of the drop they finish on.
Prediction: 15th
Out:
PlayerPos.AgeClubFee
Wryget FloddynCB24Lublova Reds0.8
Lasko ShoktaCM27Svetranj0.7
Kekoan PoberST30Arkintoofle United0.5
Djor LohaniGK34UFC FlamarionFree
Rhodri BortnanLB31Sivolvia CentralFree

In:
PlayerPos.AgeClubFee
Ronit SomhairCM20Wavel AC1
Dymor ZduncykST30Megabrantid1
Xiaoriya TrettinGK25Sporting Jaglan0.8
Agrus FlodrLB27Damogran FCFree
Riker DekamCB34Syneca ACFree
Pos Player             Age   Nat.  Gen. 
GK Xiaoriya Trettin 25 SRS F
LB Agrus Flodr 27 SRS M
CB Wydwen Myrtagh 27 SRS F
CB Sieffre Deheubarth 30 SRS M
RB Koit Isarn 29 SRS M
LM Aoife Jens 22 SRS F
CM Ronit Somhair 21 SRS F
CM Arwel Caswyddian 32 SRS M
RM Helaia Kugen 26 SRS F
CF Svogthir Rasczak 29 SRS M
ST Dymor Zduncyk 30 SRS M
Subs:
GK Tishan Gower 28 SRS F
LB Cephas Lidston 19 SRS M
CB Greven Arist 25 SRS M
CB Riker Dekam 34 SRS M
RB Aife Maghnuis 18 SRS F
LM Daithi Berne 18 SRS M
CM Iuri Balan 20 SRS M
CM Alpin Clery 19 SRS M
RM Siobhan Kahle 21 SRS F
ST Rodden Yasov 25 SRS M
ST Brigh Dunn 18 SRS F


Jaglan Royals
City: Jaglan, Algolia
Stadium: Castle Street (cap. 57,300)
Nickname(s): The Royals (obviously)
Coaches:
Manager: Andas Famt 56 y/o
Assistants: Danyal Masalkar 42 y/o, Javaid Bulavir 47 y/o
Captain: Koit Suharto
Club Summary: Founded well before the war, Royals original patron was the king of Algolia, who was briefly allowed to keep a ceremonial title after Imperial annexation of his kingdom. They are perhaps the only old, upper-class club in the Confederacy that has little to no association in the minds of fans with the old Imperial regime. Given how rich Algolia is in football tradition, Royals have a number of high profile rivalries, including the Royal Derby against Algolia AC, and the Algolian Derby against Damogran FC. Their cross-town clash against Sporting is slightly lower profile due to the difference in class between the clubs, but should be electric this year with Sporting's unexpected ascent to the top flight. One of the most heartwarming traditions in Confederate football can be witnessed each year when Royals host Algolia. The patients of a local children's hospital are all crowned honorary Kings and Queens of Jaglan, and are granted free admission to the match with their families.
Last Year: 7th
This Year: The shuffle in the attack continued. Jaeduke Arwin is out, replaced by Nepharim Bethany Madine, and Kaalia Gerstlauer is sold while her transfer value is high. Zegana Irigon, who had a good (not great) year with Athletic last year. She isn't capable of the magic Gertlauer can bring, but she'll be a serviceable replacement. The only other big change is in goal, where Azlatzov is replaced by former Traal backup Dagmund Zarek. Zarek is relatively untested as a starter, but no one can fault him for being unable to steal much playing time away from a generational talent like Munib. The defense remains unchanged, and should be solid once again, barring any serious regression from its aging fullbacks. For the attack, the midfield trio of Vaarin Detkov, Isla Ridenton and Taena Vylarr will be extremely important. Detkov and Ridenton contributed eight and seven goals respectively last year, with Vylarr chipping in four (Arwin managed only two by comparison). Their ability to win the ball back and coordinate possession between the three of them will be key to this club finally figuring out how to score clutch goals. Overall though, they don't seem to have done enough to get better this year. The Royals need to face the simple fact that if they want to challenge for the league title, they are going to have to spend some money to do it. For another year, they have avoided getting worse, but definitely haven't kept pace enough to stay in the top half.
Prediction: 9th
Out:
PlayerPos.AgeClubFee
Kaalia GerstlauerST22Blacklake Blues (TAE)5
Jaeduke ArwinAM32Wavel Rangers0.8
Grabar KurbisCM25Hensha0.7
Drezhni AzlatzovGK34Traktor GryrorikFree
Sirat SurtzRM29Fairport City FC (CBP)Free
Hedri TomasekST26Riverside City FC (CBP)Free

In:
PlayerPos.AgeClubFee
Zegana IrigonST25AC Damogran1.5
Dagmund ZarekGK27Traal Athletics1
Burung GeremekRB23Viltvodle UnitedFree
Bethany Madine (NPH)AM29North Sabrefell (NPH)Free
Anders HjortRM30UFC FlamarionFree
Helsk PetzetLM28ChalesmFree
Pos Player           Age   Nat.  Gen.
GK Dagmund Zarek 27 SRS M
LB Koit Suharto 33 SRS M
CB Rudi Dalso 28 SRS M
CB Delis Abyen 30 SRS M
RB Kial Foskros 32 SRS M
LM Vaarin Detkov 30 SRS M
CM Isla Ridenton 24 BRE F
RM Taena Vylarr 26 SRS F
CAM Bethany Madine 29 NPH F
ST Erik Mevlya 27 NPH M
ST Zegana Irigon 25 SRS F
Subs:
GK Thuno Kopal 26 SRS M
LB Lyfaia Marav 24 SRS F
CB Yamato Oshiro 22 HIN M
CB Rinchet Alinejad 18 SRS F
RB Burung Geremek 23 SRS M
LM Helsk Petzet 28 SRS M
CM Mithya Hashemi 18 SRS F
CM Jayanta Lalitas 19 SRS F
RM Anders Hjort 30 SRS M
ST Bhavna Sharma 19 SRS F
ST Ziaeddin Karimi 18 SRS M
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Lublova Reds
City: Lublova, Molvania
Stadium: Slavnarzeczpospolitastadion (cap. 61,230)
Nickname(s): The Reds (no kidding)
Coaches:
Manager: Rakvar Pavlyukovets (49 y/o)
Assistants: Vadim Koszeniak (45 y/o), Nikaeia Yozwiak (38 y/o)
Captain: Dymek Raktsov
Club Summary: Molvania's second team, it's probably fair to call the Reds the most consistent team in Molvania. They are a safe bet for a mid-table finish most years, and occasionally break into the title race. Their supporters are known as heavy drinkers, but generally hooliganism is minimal. (honestly, if there's a team whose fans don't have a reputation for drinking, I've yet to hear of them). Lublova's steppe nomad heritage is on display at Reds matches though, with elaborate traditional costumes to be found everywhere. Impromptu bareback horse races have even been known to break out at pre-match parties. Currently the only Molvanian club in the Superleague, Lublova are without any close geographical rival.
Last Year: 10th
This Year: It's a changing of the guard in Lublova, as both team captain Strepol and standout left wing Vladcik departed during the window. The club is finally fully committed to the rebuild they should have begun last season. The team also parts ways with striker Skripin, feeling he might not be needed as much as his transfer fee will be with Caldryn's unexpectedly strong showing in her debut season, and with Titor Klaniczay coming into his prime and playing well off the bench last year. A second Brenecian, left wing Tiferet Ashbrown will help fill the gaps left in the midfield, but it still looks like an uphill battle for the Reds this year. The rest of the players they added in the window (with the exception of Brantisvogan veteran Siavash Kuri) seem unlikely to see significant first-team time. They have, however, managed to load up their pool of future prospects. Wryget Floddyn should be ready for the first team soon, and Gualter Montez shows promise to develop into a serviceable left mid at worst, perhaps much more. Surjit Amatya doesn't project to be among the best Confederate keepers of her generation, but is definitely above average. No area of the team seems particularly bad, but neither does any seem particularly good. If every player in the lineup brings their absolute best week in and week out, Lublova would certainly finish in the top half, but over a long season, that just isn't going to happen. They should be safe from relegation when all is said and done though, as there are enough clubs on shakier ground than they are. This will be a long, undistiguished season for Lublova. The best part of the year will likely be how easy it will be to forget about it.
Prediction: 10th
Out:
PlayerPos.AgeClubFee
Jzeovak VladcikLW26Admiral Storevik (SVJ)4.5
Olev SkripinST25Scott City FC (DAR)2
Vaarin StrepolDM33Brantisvogan1.5
Regemond BrixenRM23Brasta0.7
Ariszt KzocovskyGK28Sporting JaglanFree
Parthag NirjoCB32Traal AthleticsFree

In:
PlayerPos.AgeClubFee
Tiferet Ashbrown (BRE)LW30Rozelle (BRE)3
Wryget FloddynCB24Han Dold City0.8
Surjit AmatyaGK22UFC Flamarion0.7
Siavash KuriCM29Brantisvogan0.7
Pjarno KaluznyyRB31MegabrantidFree
Aeron SchultheissDM32AlgoliaFree
Gualter Montez (XAN)LW21Austin College (XAN)Free
Zigor BrusovST31HenshaFree
Pos Player           Age   Nat.  Gen.
GK Jaska Povarnin 30 SRS M
LB Iuri Pustoshka 33 SRS M
CB Dymek Raktsov 29 SRS M
CB Vrona Adamska 26 SRS F
RB Tiva Vannifar 26 SRS F
LAM Tiferet Ashbrown 30 BRE F
CM Siavash Kuri 29 SRS M
CM Rycszard Vepcojat 28 SRS M
RAM Janei Azbelyov 27 SRS F
ST Elena Caldryn 30 BRE F
ST Titor Klaniczay 23 SRS M
Subs:
GK Surjit Amatya 22 SRS F
LB Ivann Alakas 24 SRS M
CB Wryget Floddyn 24 SRS M
CB Ljuba Buczvarov 18 SRS F
RB Pjarno Kaluznyy 31 SRS M
LM Gualter Montez 21 XAN M
CM Aeron Schultheiss 32 SRS M
CM Bogomir Henrycz 18 SRS M
RM Hlavac Skjepian 27 SRS M
ST Zigor Brusov 31 SRS M
ST Jagusza Wojewodka 18 SRS F


Megabrantid SC
City: Brantisvogan, Megabrantis
Stadium: Megabrantid Financial Field (cap. 69,245)
Nickname(s): The Firm, MSC
Coaches:
Manager: Grigor Skeens (61 y/o)
Assistants: Rahul Kaara (50 y/o), Manakei Kuboushet (47 y/o)
Captain:
Club Summary: MSC lack the long history of their biggest rivals, Chalesm and Brantisvogan, but make up for it with massive amounts of money. Bankrolled by the Confederacy's biggest financial conglomerate, Megabrantid United Financial, they have (some say) bought their way into the top flight of the SCFA, and look to be there to stay. When the chips are down they can probably out-spend any other club in the Confederacy. While some fans of older clubs may still view them as newcomers, MSC clearly has broad ambitions, and intends to cement themselves as a force to be reckoned with both in the SCFA and internationally.
Last Year: 6th
This Year: Like no other Confederate club, MSC set out to take advantage of the many excellent Qusma free agents available during the past window. Certainly there were other teams to make offers and signings, but the Firm have added three Qusmi'y national teamers: number-one goalkeeper Xynat-Evela Cuf, bench right back Nirlo-Betva Uzo, and reserve striker Gelan-Yivix Eva. This sudden and massive addition of talent is entirely in character for MSC, especially following a disappointing season that saw them miss out on the innaugural IFCF tournaments. The fact that they spent nothing at all on these players is not. In fact, MSC spent only half a million more than they brought in during the transfer window. A few players who underwhelmed last year left for smaller, less ambitious clubs, and the Firm made only two actual purchases. One is not particularly exciting, Cordrut Malanta is a good goalkeeping prospect, but isn't going to see much action with Xynat-Evela in front of him. The other is a much splashier move. 22-year-old left mid Cann Baird of Havynwilde cost the Firm two million. While Ozol Gebara seems to be the preferred option out left for the time being, Baird will put a lot of pressure on him this year, and will definitely be considered the left mid of the future for MSC. If Isperia Marrish and Omer Kyler can follow up on their breakout seasons, Meaza Teklu can rediscover the form that saw her get national team callups not too long ago, and Iuri Takala can just continue being Iuri Takala, this attack is going to be absolutely deadly. The only real questions for MSC lie at the back, where Lindgren isn't getting any younger, and both Gayle and Slenderbill had inconsistent seasons. The midfield in front of them and Xynat-Evela behind them should do a lot to make up for any deficiency there though. The verdict: this team got a lot better, and did it for cheap. On paper, they're the class of the league, and will have a huge transfer budget next year. Look out.
Prediction: 1st
Out:
PlayerPos.AgeClubFee
Dymor ZduncykST30Han Dold City1
Regenard KroetzlDM26Interblag0.7
Steffar ByockCM27Wavel AC0.6
Ommund WidbergGK28Viltvodle UnitedFree
Pjarno KaluznyyRB31Lublova RedsFree
Asdrubal Martin (SLL)GK36Free Agent-
Abdeg DarboCB36Retirement-

In:
PlayerPos.AgeClubFee
Cann Baird (HVY)LM22Foretham Coven (HVY)2
Cordrut MalantaGK22Hunian0.8
Xynat-Evela Cuf (QUS)GK30KF Trosoc (QUS)Free
Nirlo-Betva Uzo (QUS)RB28KF Atlant (QUS)Free
Holger OkoliCM33YassacaFree
Gelan-Yivix Eva (QUS)ST31KF Koflir (QUS)Free
Dermot HilargiST27Wavel ACFree
Pos Player          Age   Nat.  Gen.
GK Xynat-Evela Cuf 30 QUS N
LB Nikola Lindgren 34 NPH F
CB Cressida Gayle 26 NPH F
CB EG Slenderbill 24 BSE M
RB Nirlo-Betva Uzo 28 QUS N
LM Ozol Gebara 32 SRS M
CM Iuri Takala 25 SRS M
CM Isperia Marrish 20 SRS F
RM Meaza Teklu 26 SRS F
ST Omer Kylar 26 SRS M
ST Gelan-Yivix Eva 31 QUS N
Subs:
GK Cordrut Malanta 22 SRS M
LB Kedley Haldon 24 SRS F
CB Laviska Ryarm 18 SRS F
CB Joris Elzokari 20 SRS M
RB Helia Joskaro 18 SRS F
LM Cann Baird 22 HVY M
CM Holger Okoli 33 SRS M
CM Purna Zazagan 18 SRS F
RM Elida Jaranogi 19 SRS F
ST Benji Cant 23 CMT M
ST Dermot Hilargi 27 SRS M


Sporting Jaglan
City: Jaglan, Algolia
Stadium: Koilos Field (cap. 21,500)
Nickname(s): The Rebels
Coaches:
Manager: Ensio Kedar (57 y/o)
Assistants: Corina Pobuda (46 y/o), Gowri Kebrata (48 y/o)
Captain: Terek Cwikla
Club Summary: Sporting, like Athletic in Damogran, are the smaller, poorer club in Jaglan, and Royals fans have never let them forget it. As in so many other cases, this imbalance in spending power and prestige has become a point of pride for Sporting's supporters, and years of trash talking against a club styling itself as "Royal" have made Sporting something of a magnet for radical anti-authoritarians and anarchists. Their green and red replica jerseys are frequently seen at political protests, and even being hustled into the back of police vans, something the club generally maintains an uneasy silence about. All publicity is good publicity though, and their ascension to the Superleague is bringing about a new wave of popularity.
Last Year: 9th
This Year: After defying all expectation and nearly finishing in the top half of the Superleague when almost everyone expected them to go straight back down to League 1, Sporting are going to have to face the music. Too many players are gone, parlaying strong showings and the added visibility of the Superleague into lucrative new contracts that Sporting simply cannot match. While the fans were surely disappointed, one has to credit the club for their realism with regard to transfers. Knowing they wouldn't be able to hold onto everyone, they were strategic, keeping the productive midfield duo of Pell Rakiric and Rasim Orgatz, as well as young striker Alida Petrov (no relation to former Syneca star Lyzolda Petrov), and had a net gain of 2.3 million in the window. They also added a few players on free transfers who should be able to make contributions, most particularly Nepharim right back Agamemnon Wright and Euran left mid Tony Brattle It's hard to overlook the stream of young talent on its way out the door though, with Orzhova, Tavoc, Nazahn, Trettin, and Nazarov all gone. The Sporting-Syneca matches this year should be especially tense, as the Sea Lions poached not one but two players from the Rebels. Another club picking up two players from Sporting was Osarese Marcadia of Audioslavia, though Palma and Machaka will not be missed in quite the same way. The team looks pretty thin overall though, and I think their freewheeling attack will leave them vulnerable at the back.
Prediction: 16th
Out:
PlayerPos.AgeClubFee
Ayli OrzhovaCB20Viltvodle City1
Tanellia TavocLM24Syneca AC1
Rinko NazahnST23Syneca AC1
Xiaoriya TrettinGK25Han Dold City0.8
Eetu NazarovCM22Chalesm0.75
Tyson Palma (AUD)RB35Osarese Marcadia (AUD)Free
Lakhan MachakaLW30Osarese Marcadia (AUD)Free

In:
PlayerPos.AgeClubFee
Darya MacarLB24Sivolvia Central0.8
Sandine NedzukovaST29Traal Athletics0.75
Arjun LadipoCB20Olympia Arkintoofle0.7
Ariszt KzocovskyGK28Lublova RedsFree
Agamemnon Wright (NPH)RB30Creed UnitedFree
PlayerPos.AgeClubFee
Tony Brattle (EUR)LM31Old Boys ClubFree
Maariya Poulain (EFL)LWF18Pasturiya JFC (EFL)Free
Pos Player           Age   Nat.  Gen.
GK Erkki Salovaara 34 SRS M
LB Terek Cwikla 32 SRS M
CB Tymna Rebsch 28 SRS F
CB Ivan Melkucyuk 30 SRS M
RB Agamemnon Wright 30 NPH M
LM Tony Brattle 31 EUR M
CM Pell Rakiric 28 SRS F
RM Rasim Orgatz 29 SRS M
LW Sandine Nedzukova 29 SRS F
ST Esben Roedberg 33 SRS M
RW Alida Petrov 22 SRS F
Subs:
GK Ariszt Kzocovsky 28 SRS M
LB Darya Macar 24 SRS F
CB Eldan Adalsperger 26 SRS M
CB Arjun Ladipo 20 SRS M
RB Darshana Bachchan 18 SRS F
LM Sakineh Nagarkar 18 SRS F
CM Noyan Molgos 28 SRS M
RM Gulba Kulkarni 19 SRS F
ST Maariya Poulain 18 EFL F
ST Kadek Sherazi 20 SRS F
ST Nasrin Jain 18 SRS M


Syneca AC
City: Syneca, Sivolvia
Stadium: Synesoft Arena (cap. 38,600)
Nickname(s): The Sea Lions
Coaches:
Manager: Titor Hlinka (55 y/o]
Assistants: Alborz Kajtazovic (41 y/o), Dimitrichka Rabchevsky (38 y/o)
Captain:
Club Summary: The Sea Lions lived up to their reputation as one of the Confederacy's most unpredictable clubs winning the championship seemingly out of nowhere. Four years ago, their league form was unimpressive, finishing 16th of 24 teams, but they put together a surprise run to the cup semifinal, where they were eliminated by the eventual champions. Another lackluster league finish a year later saw them left behind when the Superleague was formed, but they came out swinging, dueling with Hensha for the League 1 title the whole of the next year. Riding their potent attack to many improbable victories, Syneca have now won the most unexpected championship in the Superleague's (admittedly brief) history. What's next? Who knows. Syneca's tourist image tends to be more on the side of debauchery and party culture than most Algolian cities, someting the renewed presence of top-tier football can only exacerbate.
Last Year: Champions
This Year: Syneca knew they couldn't rest on their laurels, and quickly set out improving their roster during the window. Without the massive financial resources of the bigger clubs though, their incoming transfers came at a high cost. Striker Lyzolda Petrov, who only just lost out on the scoring title is headed to Southfell United, and will be missed in the Syneca attack, but her transfer fee of five million allowed the club to make many more additions to strengthen and round out the lineup than would otherwise have been possible. The additions with the biggest immediate impact look to be goalkeeper Camus Mortenson, and center back Olivier Oisette. The Sea Lions' defense was, let's be honest, kind of a mess at times, and depended on the absurd goalscoring of the attack to bail them out far too often. Together with the emergence of Jaylene Kazarov at left back, these two additions will greatly improve Syneca's ability to keep the ball out of their own net. Up front, Rinko Nazahn is a replacement for Petrov in name only, but there was no stiker in Syneca's price range who would be much better. The addition of attacking-minded center mid Keshav Rallinaitis and young Hinodejin right mid Taki Michiki should help to fill the gap though, especially since Rallinaitis has experience playing together with goalscoring champion Girma Mikhulat from their days at Brantisvogan. Ideally, these players will be able to bring some balance to Syneca's extremely top-heavy goalscoring charts. It may not quite be enough to send the Sea Lions back for another crack at the IFCF, unless they get more career best performances.
Prediction: 6th
Out:
PlayerPos.AgeClubFee
Lyzolda PetrovST24Southfell United (NPH)5
Givi KathanDM31Porters0.6
Avag TrettinCB32Wavel AC0.5
Shadi LunderganGK35Flamarion CityFree
Damek JarsdenLB30Olympia ArkintoofleFree
Riker DekamCB34Han Dold CityFree
Cabran AsfawRM32Viltvodle UnitedFree

In:
PlayerPos.AgeClubFee
Taki Michiki (HIN)RM22Scott City FC Women (DAR)2
Keshav RallinaitisAM/ST33Brantisvogan1.5
Olivier Oisette (KSK)CB27Shearwater (KSK)1
Tanellia TavocLM24Sporting Jaglan1
Rinko NazahnST23Sporting Jaglan1
Toven PinderhandCB20Emerald Coast0.8
Camus Mortenson (NPH)GK24Olympic Thessia (MYT)Free
Kioz RyndinCM33YassacaFree
Pos Player            Age   Nat.  Gen.
GK Camus Mortenson 24 NPH M
LB Jaylene Kazarov 23 SRS F
CB Olivier Oisette 27 KSK M
CB Veedrith Sengir 27 SRS F
RB Stadrin Roskam 29 SRS M
LM Pal Durano 32 SRS M
CM Keshav Rallinaitis 33 SRS M
RM Taki Michiki 22 HIN F
LF Rinko Nazahn 23 SRS F
ST Girma Mikhulat 33 SRS M
RF Gurgen Raynott 28 SRS M
Subs:
GK Tolsimir Riszner 22 SRS M
LB Yasmin Uzund 18 SRS F
CB Toven Pinderhand 20 SRS M
CB Orhan Mataras 18 SRS M
RB Grita Sardis 19 SRS F
LM Tanellia Tavoc 24 SRS F
CM Kioz Ryndin 33 SRS M
CM Pylna Yarrow 24 SRS F
RM Brago Inanzala 26 SRS M
ST Tuli Kokko 20 SRS F
ST Nikau Davtyan 19 SRS M


Traal Athletics
City: Traal, East Flania
Stadium: Flanoil Arena (cap. 50,350)
Nickname(s): The Oilers, The Snowmen
Coaches:
Manager: Lopal Daror (64 y/o)
Assistants: Binita Jarzadeg (43 y/o), Haluk Yeruva (40 y/o)
Captain: Arlo Damot
Club Summary: Traal is not an easy place to live. The harbor is icebound over half of the year, and the retractable roof of the Flanoil Arena end ups closed more often than not. Despite that, Traal Athletics has survived as a club since well before the war, and is thriving today, due in large part to an excellent scouting department and a front office that maintains good business relationships with other teams around the country. Accordingly, Traal is often able both to identify young talent in lower league, and to secure transfer agreements with those clubs. Frequently, Traal reciprocates by sending its own developing talent out on loan deals to teams it has bought players from. They have a particularly good relationship with League 2 side, Porters, from whom they obtained current club and national team captain Arlo Damot. While Traal's lower operating budget necessitates frequent changes in personnel, the one constant is that no matter how outspent or outmatched Traal seem to be, they always find a way to contend with the richer clubs of Algolia and Megabrantis. This is probably owed in large part to the loyalty of manager Daror, who is widely regarded as the best Confederate manager there is.
Last Year: 3rd
This Year: Traal rode superb defense and goaltending to a fourth consecutive top-four finish, and again added to their trophy cabinet, winning the season-opening Supercup for the first time. They won't have a chance to defend that Supercup title though, as they finished third in the league behind the surprise duo of Syneca and Chalesm, and also came up just short in the cup, bounced by Syneca in the semis. The club, led by the example of its manager, has instilled a remarkable loyalty among its core players, despite its inability to match the salary numbers of bigger clubs. That core isn't getting any younger though, and in recent years the club has lost a fair amount of young talent. This year Ciernik and Ebben can be added to that tally, though Traal do a reasonable job reloading with some prospects poached from around the SCFA. Hallar Tatyova, rescued from Olympia, will be a seamless replacement for Kroes on the right wing, after the latter's quiet year and departure. The Molvanians, Knezevic and Mlynarek look to be more for the future than the present. The main players on the team will be the same as they have been for the most part. Munib in goal, Oleb leading the defense, Damot at the center of the midfield, and Avagyan up front. Larissa Vilhajalmsson's debut season can cautiously be termed a success. She was not often on the score sheet herself, but provided accurate crosses all year long and was neck and neck with Damot for the team lead in assists. Something seems a bit off though, looking at this lineup. Daror seems content to essentially show up with the same team he had last year. Given this club's record of success, you might think that avoiding losing any of his key players would be enough to keep them in championship contention, but it might not be the case. Drastic improvement made elsewhere in the league (Megabrantid and Damogran especially) has changed the standard, and Traal risk not keeping up with their quieter window. That's why the Oilers stand a real risk of slipping out of the top four this year.
Prediction: 5th
Out:
PlayerPos.AgeClubFee
Dagmund ZarekGK28Jaglan Royals1
Laris ArgallLB30Aminey CS (KOR)1
Aryel CiernikCB20Algolia1
Aleen KroesRM27AC Damogran1
Torvald EbbenCM24Oljestaden IF (AUD)0.75
Sandine NedzukovaST29Sporting Jaglan0.75

In:
PlayerPos.AgeClubFee
Hallar TatyovaRM24Olympia Arkintoofle1
Halina KnezevicDM23Interblag0.9
Oldriska MlynarekRM20Svetranj0.8
Parthag NirjoCB32Lublova RedsFree
Clarke Baker (BRE)CB30AFC Westpike (BRE)Free
Rhee Dong-Geung (HIN)CM/OM/ST21National Battle Institute (HIN)Free
Pos Player               Age   Nat.  Gen.
GK Istaro Munib 32 SRS M
LB Jarlag Atarka 21 SRS M
CB Adeliz Ozog 24 SRS F
CB Tervi Oleb 31 SRS M
CB Clarke Baker 30 BRE M
RB Reuter Storsjo 25 SRS M
LM Larissa Vilhajalmsson 27 APX F
CM Arlo Damot 34 SRS M
CM Doron Aldra 26 SRS M
RM Hallar Tatyova 24 SRS F
ST Kambiz Avagyan 30 SRS M
Subs:
GK Tiova Kranat 18 SRS F
LB Chetaar Rusma 19 SRS F
CB Parthag Nirjo 32 SRS M
CB Graven Rodby 27 SRS M
RB Olapa Lanoran 19 SRS F
LM Tolral Staspok 18 SRS M
CM Vigar Johanek 27 SRS M
CM Halina Knezevic 23 SRS F
RM Oldriska Mlynarek 20 SRS F
ST Rhee Dong-Geung 21 HIN M
ST Suaham Ararina 18 SRS F


Viltvodle City
City: Viltvodle, Megabrantis
Stadium: Viltvodle Civic Arena (cap. 58,300)
Nickname(s): The Borderers
Coaches:
Manager: Antira Horgall (49 y/o)
Assistants: Brio Yafai (39 y/o), Dalal Qabazand (50 y/o)
Captain: Ville Yrjana
Club Summary: If we're charting club territory in Viltvodle, City own the urban center, appropriately enough. The club's inspiration comes from a military unit which was, by tradition, recruited from the citizens of medieval Viltvodle to guard the frontier against invasion by Jaglan. By the modern era, the Viltvodle Borderers had become a ceremonial guard unit, populated with rich scions and wealthy social climbers, and was abolished after the Imperial conquest. The club was founded a few years later, hearkening back to the original, urban working-class origins of the Borderers. Despite their roots as the "little brother" to United, they've been around long enough that they are of roughly equal stature as a club, so much so that the Viltvodle Derby, though it doesn't have the same championship implications as other Confederate rivalries, is often among the closest and most contentious matches of the year.
Last Year: Champions, League 1
This Year: After rising to the challenge and winning their return to the Superleague on their first try, City will try to make it stick. Up front, Periet is out in a move that is probably to the benefit of all parties involved; he's better suited to League 1. Coming in to replace him is former Algolia backup Lumia Autenrieth, representing an instant improvement at striker as she is reunited with former Suntigers teammate Tauno Rigard. The left mid was a key contributor in last year's promotion effort, and should be again this year. The main question marks in the first team are the two youngsters in the center, Kalathia and Orzhova. The former is promoted to take the place of Pahlke, who was not developing as the Borderers had hoped, and will be supported by veteran Shadi Vingelen from the bench. Orzhova shows great promise, and City had to open up their checkbook a bit to pry her away from Sporting, but should she not turn out the player they expect, there is little in the way of recourse, as her preferred backup, Brutsky is even younger and less experienced. Yrjana, as captain, will be depended on not only to lead the team, but to mentor the young center backs in particular. As long as the defense doesn't suffer a serious breakdown, this team will be good enough to stay up, and should even have a chance to show up their cross-town rivals.
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