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Postby The 14 Stars » Sat Oct 02, 2021 8:36 am

The Starsian Super League

Hmm...what is this? oh my it is actually the new news coverage for the first official season of The 14 Starsian Super League hosted by their national association who regulates our leagues.

Starsian team always have been kept in fine financial state due to good sponsoring and regulations combined with a very large fanbase across The 14 Stars with millions of viewers and fans across the country.
Football is more of a show-sport in our country due to its strict regulations but the wages you can earn here are more then worth it and each team developed their own theme and type of people and players they attract and have their fanbases at.
As much interest as there is for the league it lacks that same interest for the domestic trophy which usually is won by the teams with slightly bigger budgets as they ever so slightly solidify their position in the league.

Recently our government has lifted the ban on foreign influence, this allows foreign players to become part of Starsian teams however most of our teams do not yet have shown any interest in signing foreigners due to the ban of more then a century.
The teams have become reliant and entrusted to their own youth and the switch to a mixed roster will not be an easy change to make.
Lastly the aim is to improve the interest in the national trophy and also to support more teams to get their professional license to grant more teams a chance to play at the highest national level we have today.

Here below will you find the the team previews for the first official domestic season, please keep in mind that this is the first season and rookie mistakes can happen and we will do our very best to get it as detailed as possible!

Starsian Super League Teams Preview

Blizzard Academy

Blizzard Academy is a team from the mountains in the high north, there is always snow and ice there and the climate is arctic which means it is very cold to play football there but they found methods to make it better.
With heated pitch and stadiums and massive lights they created an environment for Ice cold and fierce footballers who will not back down for a challenge and will give you a cold taste of their great abilities.

Venue: SnowDome Arena (24,000)
Coach: Evanlyn Glendyss (39 years)
Main Squad:

Blizzard Academy Starting XI
gk - Thomas Bjarnasson (27)
lb - Keren Alvarssen (23)
cb - Alan White (32)
cb - Klara Jenssen (28)
rb - Leroy Russell (22)
lm - Berisha Merida (24)
cm - Roy Moss (25)
rm - Nadya Cross (29)
lw - Ilkay Sachan (27)
st - Holly Moonlight (21)
rw - Preston Woodburn (25)
Notable reserves: Zara Kurchaw (21) Vitaly Akirov (16) Malik Roskov (17) Yuri Bressnikov (18)

Desert Lions

In the long stretched out Deserts in the South and East we can find the Desert Lions who are among the fastest player and have incredible stamina and rarely run out of energy due to their harsh training conditions.
Their stadium used to be made of sand aswell but due to the modern technology they have a normal field now and for their players hunting season is open again and they will be hunting for the league title.

Venue: Southern Sands Arena (26,000)
Coach: Direm Hassan (38)
Main squad:

Desert Lions Starting XI
gk - Muhammad Khalifa (25)
lb - Jihar Sheraz (30)
cb - Ibrahim Alshar (28)
cb - Fasal Kaithar (26)
rb - Umar Omaradi (31)
lm - Ali Mohamadi (24)
cm - Husam Asmaidi (21)
rm - Arash Khoramun (28)
lw - Bilal Sahari (23)
st - Walid Shamarani (30)
rw - Ibrahim Esraelah (25)

Notable reserves: Hadiya Al-Amoun (16) Slimane Al-Dussail (17) Ali Mostafa (17) Selima Al-Asman (18)

Port Vale FC

The typical city team but without the huge sums of money you'd expect, Port Vale has a decent team but was never a title competitor until recently as they are bringing their fair share of talent into the league.
However their game is as plain as their name and they lack creativity and real talent to become something truly internationally recognized and their hope is to maintain their sub-top position in the league.

Venue: Stade de Vale (19,000)
Coach: Bailey Thessinia (41)
Main squad:

Port Vale FC Starting XI
gk - Julia Bressing (31)
lb - Bryan Steeler (24)
cb - Rowena Watson (20)
cb - Pablo Rodriguez (27)
rb - Olivia Salisbury (26)
lm - Mell Fallsen (34)
cm - Giorgio Mezzini (23)
rm - Hirata Hanashira (27)
lw - Thomas Dunwell (30)
st - Jessica Heartfeld (21)
rw - Shanna Rhanikov (25)

Notable reserves: Jake Hessington (16) Lori Donovan (17) Niah Jennings (16) Jordan Glendyss (16)

Greenville FC

From the countryside we have Greenville a team from which no one expected alot but they always end up putting up a hell of a fight against any league team and this earned them the necessary respect in the league.
They are simple minded no nonsense and this will be visible both on and off the field and they aswell bring their fair share of talented players however less then other teams due to the lack of money they have.

Venue: Grassroot stadium (16,000)
Coach: Brady McFairlane (46)
Main Squad:

gk - Tom Feeney (26)
lb - Shane O'hara (22)
cb - Daniel Carrick (31)
cb - Jenna Wilson (25)
rb - Jordan Connor (29)
lm - Bailey Wilson (24)
cm - Douglas McArthur (19)
rm - Steve O'malley (26)
lw - Randall Murphy (30)
st - Lisa Blackburn (23)
rw - Jill Swyndon (27)

notable reserves: Nicole O'shea (19) Humphrey Gillison (17) Sophie Vestara (16) Frederik Jenssen (17)
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Phoenix United

A top tier team, home to the national team's stars and winner of many titles is Phoenix United who is located in an industrial part of the country where money flows like water and the fanbase is the biggest across the whole nation.
Phoenix has not alot of youth but those who manage to get to the first team often become nationally known and recognized players and it is expected this team will only continue to grow now the league becomes more open.

Venue: Freebird Arena (30,000)
Coach: Marcus Blade (48)
Main Squad:

Phoenix United Starting XI
gk - Christian Fritz (29)
lb - Tiffany Desonikos (25)
cb - Federico Zaratti (19)
cb - Maria Ivanova (26)
rb - Mira El-Hosseini (30)
lm - Bertha Bernard (21)
cm - Hannah Wellington (23)
rm - Jack van Doorn (28)
lw - Esmeralda Fernandez (22)
st - Maximillian Flare (35)
rw - Louise Beaumont (25)

notable reserves: Darryl Pearson (17) Effrael Sanchez (16) Nelly Berishan (17) Ilona Frey (18)

Red Bison

Temperament, agression and great players what else do you want? Red Bison is a club that was formed only recently by both Red Bison and Red Matador becoming a single club to challenge Phoenix's title candidacy.
They are fierce, heated and sometimes end up getting a card but thats part of the game for them because in the end all of them are evenly passionate about the game and their will to become the best of themselves.

Venue: Arena de Matador (23,000)
Coach: Hector Escobar (43)
Main squad:

Red Bison Starting XI
gk - Ricardo Pescado (34)
lb - Fernando Matteos (27)
cb - Victor Rodriguez (26)
cb - Daisy Moreno (23)
rb - Julio Reyes (30)
lm - Bernardo Da Silva (26)
cm - Stefano Garcia (28)
rm - Nemo Torres (21)
lw - Raoul Fereira (25)
st - Alycia Mercedes (23)
rw - Rojan Carerez (32)

Notable reserves: Bruno Herera (20) Chiko Milia (22) Vera Hernandez (16) Lisa Ortega (17)

Amazona United

An algocracy without weird technological advancements does not exist, this is proven by Amazona United completely revolving around the newest technology and research on player development and wellbeing.
They are known for their great variety of tactics and the fact they are nearly unable to get injured, however their systematic plays are also their weak spot if a team knows how to read it and is able to anticipate on it.
They are and always will stay a title candidate however not as much as in the past leaving a golden generation behind them.

Venue: UniTech Arena (26,500)
Coach: Kyle Wolf (38) former Starsian National player and retired after WCQ88
Main squad:

Amazona United Starting XI
gk - Kyle Brayson (24)
lb - Charlie Neville (28)
cb - Daniel Burnham (18)
cb - Olivia Desley (31)
rb - Sarah Nolan (23)
lm - Brittany Storm (19)
cm - Klaus Meyer (33)
rm - Pamela Seill (21)
lw - Gregory Oussama (28)
st - Wendy Turner (24)
rw - Vito Kingsley (25)

Notable reserves: David Hunt (17) Riley Campbell (16) John Owen (18) Jade Williams (17)

Mount Olympus

Olympus a team of gods, although they see themselves as a sort of god's with their beautiful technical game and surprising quality yet there is a sidenote to this superior top-tier team and last year's runners up.
This team very arrogant and their arrogance sometimes blinds them when they feel superior to another team which leads them to losing last years title to Phoenix United despite their team being better then theirs.
Will they take revenge this season?

Venue: Zenith Stadium (28,000)
Coach: Seya Avelona (40)
Main squad:

Mount Olympus FC
gk - Andrea Peradonna (21)
lb - Chiara Noleia (26)
cb - Lumia Orelia (29)
cb - Julian Levian (22)
rb - Yulia Lima (23)
lm - Philip Merastar (27)
cm - Christiana Love (22)
rm - Shane Delaia (24)
lw - Ophelia Sulinia (28)
st - Christian Fourseasons (20)
rw - Divine Calisseia (25)

Notable reserves: Bella Louisia (20) Stephanie Delarosa (17) Daley Bluesea (16) Quentin Silayan (16)


Omega the official government representative team, there is no way an ordinary player is allowed on the team and only the best of the best or players with a special status are taken in by the team.
Their quality is inconsistent, sometimes they show great games and end high, sometimes they play terrible and end up losing points to a team far below their standard and this is by far the most elite team there is in the league.

Venue: Ragnarok Stadium (44,000)
Coach: Troy Rockwell (37) former Starsian NT player and retired 1 season after the WCQ88
Main squad:

Omega Starting XI
gk - Calvin Princeton (22)
lb - Dereck Yale (27)
cb - Milla Darson (23)
cb - Justin Simons (31)
rb - Roy Harvey (29)
lm - Jenna Samford (20)
cm - Conrad Aston (20)
rm - Friedrich Columbia (27)
lw - Jude Redwood (26)
st - Rex Remington (21)
rw - Kira Blade (21)

Notable reserves: Louise Vendetta (16) Boris Vilgarsson (18) Rasmus Berg (18) Belinda Juncker (16)


Orion, this is a team owned by a multi-trillionaire company called the Schiller group, and this group is one of the richest in the country and are supporting many sports in the entire country by investing money and competing with their teams.
In football Orion is a sub-top side with a good team and a good share of quality but money can't buy everything and the reason some of them play at Orion is also purely for the insane wage they get rather then the game.

Venue: Adromeda Arena (31,000)
Coach: None Thomas Cadilia [Poafmersia]
Main squad:

gk - Rose Gabin (23) [Chromatika]
lb - Laura Cosmora (23)
cb - Donna Surnsby (21)
cb - Molly Geradon (29)
rb - Xavier Esscher (27)
lm - Dylan Diam (27)
cm - Morris Valerian (32)
rm - Ariana Chainey (24)
lw - Lilia Tataurova (20) [Pyazhnaya]
st - Thorsby Mordov (21)
rw - Noëlia Borov (20)

Notable reserves: Tyler Risson (17) Brenda Demora (18) Axel Armandos (16) Suzette Yang (16)
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Postby The 14 Stars » Sun Oct 03, 2021 5:22 am

Haunted FC

Our most mysterious league club is no one else then Haunted FC, they were laughed at when they first appeared in the league but they are a group of individuals with great abilities to be their opponents worst nightmare.
Alot of people in our country really believe that this team is Haunted but in fact they are just a normal team and their whole theme is more a marketing trick and a unique trait then an actual fact about the team.
Nonetheless their spirit and quality is not fake and they are always a big surprise in the league.

Venue: Graveyard Stadium (21,000)
Coach: William Hyde (37)
Main squad:

Haunted FC Starting XI
gk - Kevin Zouma (31)
lb - Yuka Nakata (28)
cb - Humphrey Osman (24)
cb - Nicolay Moon (34)
rb - Sam Hollow (25)
lm - Bora Imanoglu (23)
cm - Mara Starfall (29)
rm - Thys Odinsson (26)
lw - Boris Changshi (31)
st - Joseph Talisman (22)
rw - Rianne Graveston (25)

Notable reserves: Allison Ember (20) Bilal Cruz (17) Nigel Eagle (18) Numidiya Malice (16)

Ancient Forest

In the middle of a deep forest we find the worst team of the league, there is little known about them and even the fact they got a pro license is a mystery to many experts in the football industry here.
They only use their own youth and their matches are played in complete privacy without audience, they sometimes allow a player from the outside to retire in their team like Bill Davison did after WCQ88 and thats how they became more known to other teams but you can often find them at last place in the league because they simply don't have quality.

Venue: Forest Arena (15,000)
Coach: Caztexlaxa Kzexlaxa (51)
Main squad:

Ancient Forest FC
gk - Shou Torra (26)
lb - Kouhi Cho-shoi (28)
cb - She-tza (21)
cb - Pai-Kwa-shan (27)
rb - Jin-wen (31)
lm - Machi Wola (26)
cm - Zuha ta-kwa (29)
rm - Hoi-chong-we (23)
lw - Ima Owoi (27)
st - Xemaxu Tema (21)
rw - Qiqoi Uwopu (21)

Notable reserves: Ora Ojabachan (20) Koi Twuazan (16) Shao Ti-cha (17) Mukai Kabachu (18)

Black Rose Academy

A team playing with flair and passion but every rose has some thorns and thats how this team makes their wins, they only this season got their pro license but are known to be a decent side in football and have already beaten top-teams in the past.
They lost their license during reorganization and financial crisis within the club but now with a new sponsor and a strong team they are back and they are expected to cause some serious competition here.

Venue: Rose Park (26,000)
Coach: Juliëtte Moreau (42)
Main squad:

Black Rose Academy
gk - Louise Choussaint (24)
lb - Dhiraine Yusalain (29)
cb - Albert Nouvelle (23)
cb - Ricardo Moretto (26)
rb - Philippe Toussare (21)
lm - Juliette Lazoure (24)
cm - Luca Viloca (31)
rm - Silvia Marillos (23)
lw - Niklas Dupont (28)
st - Colette Arselle (27)
rw - Damian Soulain (24)

Notable Reserves: Coletta Mazur (17) Gabriel Bernardotte (18) Monica Losean (16) Julian Moura (19)

Almighty Faith

This team is agressive to the bone even worse then the Red Bison, this team seeks to exterminate their opponent using any means necessary and they have already injured several players beyond recovery in the past.
In general they have a bad name but they also brought alot of rough talent, the most famous names being Troy Rockwell and Klaus Meyer who both got into the national team after starting their careers at this club.

Venue: Crash Palace (30,000)
Coach: Adrian Broskov (65)
Main squad:

Almighty Faith
gk - Alexander Reus (22)
lb - Myrthe Justinova (28)
cb - Elias Rasmussen (25)
cb - Silas Halsberger (24)
rb - Victoria Steyn (20)
lm - Boyd Smirzov (29)
cm - Erna Strauss (23)
rm - Amanda Forsberg (25)
lw -Thyr Sodorsund (22)
st - Jessica Nolan (18)
rw - Gordon Kyrk (29)

Notable Reserves: Marko Brejnia (17) Petra Rafaelov (18) Miroslav Akanzic (16) Maxwell Gorev (19)

Universal FC

Perfect players in a perfectly balanced team, Universal has a great grasp of every aspect of football and is not only a great youth academy but also as a professional side they are known to be a team to keep in mind.
Most of their youth is sold to big clubs where they become famous or stay, one of the most recent players that reached the national team is Julian Saturn who is also the uncle of Maddie who plays on the main team now.

Venue: MilkyWay Arena (25,000)
Coach: Kim Burns (38)
Main squad:

Universal FC
gk - Zakarya Sero (27)
lb - Maddie Saturn (17)
cb - Daniel Grayling (26)
cb - Vicky Meredith (21)
rb - Charlie Schulz (24)
lm - Soraya Mona (21)
cm - Wayne Astero (29)
rm - Becky Ray (26)
lw - Kyle Jenkinson (20)
st - Drake Sullivan (28)
rw - Seppe Dykson (24)

Notable Reserves: Jane Henessy (18) Ulfy Amorosa (17) Kenji Mostarre (16) Delaney Jernasson (19)

Mirage United

A team full of football masters, they are true wizards with the ball at this team and their technical game belongs to the best of the best combined a great amount of teamwork and great players on the team.
However this team is unpredictable, no one knows alot about them and they are good at keeping their information secret for anybody until the match has already started for them.

Venue: Illusion Arena (29,000)
Coach: Erin Wallace (44)
Main squad:

Mirage United
gk - Mero Sol (26)
lb - Yulia Shin (21)
cb - Adam Gushin (23)
cb - Ricky Blaris (29)
rb - Loisa Mousala (25)
lm - Oliver Walran (21)
cm - Joy Sol (18)
rm - Kerr Trix (29)
lw - Roy Hurron (27)
st - Shiva Saia (20)
rw - Duncan Brozov (22)

Notable Reserves: Billy Hou (16) lando Duran (17) Cecilia Nevkovic (19) Imayla Gossart (18)
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Postby The 14 Stars » Sun Oct 03, 2021 10:49 am

Kickoff time, Season 1 of the Starsian Super League

Fireworks in the air, the crowd goes wild and it is time for the first official season of the Starsian Super League which will determine who will be the new champions of The 14 Stars and will qualify to take on the multiverse.
Despite the lifted ban on foreign players none are in our league this season, it was expected but it still is a shame but experts expect that to change in the future as more players from here will go abroad aswell.

What to expect?

And ofcourse here we are predicting what this season will hold, great players and great clubs will go head to head this season in a double round robin league of 30 matches per team in total and the one with the highest score wins.
Clubs really having a shot at title are team like Phoenix United, Mount Olympus and lastly always the outsiders of the Amazona Academy are to be expected to lead the ranks with their great mix of experience and youth on the field.

On this first matchday we will bring you the reports of the matches so far, we have been awaiting a long time for this and finally we can share our greatest passion with the whole multiverse the passion of football.
But without further talking lets get right into our match reports as we have alot to cover with you and ofcourse we want to know the current leader of the league right off the bat.

Matchday 1 results
Amazona United 1–0 Mirage United
Ancient Forest FC 1–0 Almighty Faith
Blizzard Academy 1–0 Universal FC
Port Vale FC 1–1 Black Rose Academy
Desert Lions 1–1 Red Bison
Greenville FC 2–0 Phoenix United
Haunted FC 1–0 Orion
Mount Olympus FC 0–1 Omega

Amazona - Mirage

Amazona is allowed to kick off this season, their opponent is newcomer Mirage United and where they in the first minutes start a bit careful they quickly start playing their game against Mirage.
While Mirage seems to be quite good at playing under the pressure of Amazona they can't go on the offensive except for an incidental counter possibility and with a very dissapointing first half halftime is there

In the second half right after the whistle Klaus Meyer gets a yellow card for a foul on Mirage Midfielder Joy Sol, the free kick is taken quickly and the ball falls to Duncan Brozov who has a great chance for Mirage but shoots it on the crossbar.
When the clock hits 75th minute a new Amazona attack is set-up with the help of Meyer passing to Gregory Oussama who is able to get the ball to Wendy Turner who SCORES!!! she makes the 1 - 0 for Amazona United!!!

Mirage Bring in Cecilia Nevkovic in 78th minute hoping to force a breakthrough but the Amazona defense keeps tight and a few chances appear but they are saved by the keeper until one late in the game in 89th minute by Roy Hurron who hits the post.
With a good game but sadly no result Mirage loses to Amazona 1- 0

Ancient Forest - Almighty Faith

In the dense forests the forest people allowed us to commentate this match, Almighty Faith expect a big win against this weird and weak team that we still don't know why it is allowed in this league.
However Almighty Faith starts strong, but they get foul after foul after foul while Ancient Forest remains calm takes the rough game getting alot of free kicks but their lack of ability allows them to score a goal.

Until nearly halftime about the 41th minute when Silas Halsberger commits a foul on Machi Wola and its a penalty!!
the penalty is taken by winger Ima Owoi who coldly shoots it in the right lower corner sending the goalie entirely in the wrong way breaking all of the confidence for the Almighty Faith players.
After this devastating goal no matter how hard Almighty Faith tried, they got a few chances but their frustration took over and they barely managed to keep it only to 1 goal diffrence and left the forest de-illusionized.

Blizzard Academy - Universal FC

In the ice cold lands Blizzard kicked off against Universal and to their surprise Universal began heavily pressuring them into a corner leaving them little to no chance to get out of their defense.
Alot of chances came for Universal but Blizzard has one of the best keepers in the competition and this became very clear when nearly every shot was stopped and halftime delivered an exhausted Universal.

In the second half Blizzard started pressuring more and more and now it was Universal who was in the corner and only able to defend, and this led to a corner and that corner was taken by Nadya Cross delivering a great corner.
Exhausted as Universal was the could not keep up with the pace anymore and Holly Moonlight scored for Blizzard with a magnificent header in the top corner securing the much needed points for Blizzard after their disastrous season.

Port Vale FC - Black Rose

Capital city team Port Vale FC took on Black Rose who finally returned in the league after their license was taken for a year, both teams were very excited for this game and this was visible in their plays.
In the first half alot of attacking playing was shown from both sides aswell as a fairly equal amount of chances but it was Port Vale FC who was first to score before halftime by Thomas Dunwell with a great longshot out of reach for the keeper.

In the second half Black Rose once again went on the attack, they were not going to give up easily and their teamwork paid off with multiple chances with one hitting the crossbar from Luca Viloca, yet in the end in 69th minute it was Colette Arselle who scored for Black Rose from a 1 on 1 with the keeper after a miscommunication in the Port Vale defence.
Both teams went on and wanted to win which resulted in a harsh final 20 minutes with alot of fouls and a yellow card for Philippe Toussare and also a yellow card for Olivia Salisbury.
No one managed to score although and this match ended in a draw.

Desert Lions - Red Bison

Two teams with temperament and pride against eachother, or as some call it a reallife battlefield.
These words were used to describe this match between two teams that both has their own troubles and after kickoff it was right away visible that this match was of less quality then alot of the previous ones.
Red Bison was the first to score after 11 minutes from a free kick taken by captain Stefano Garcia and he once again shows the diffrence between an international and a regular league player with this world class goal.

The Desert Lions did not put up much of a fight in the first half despite their new coach Direm Hassan looking satisfied with how things were going as if he knew something we were not yet aware of in this game.
At halftime Red Bison had quite a number of chances and the amount of effort shown was superior to anything the Desert Lions had shown until now which raised questions by the fans of the Lions.
But in the second half the Desert Lions started to increase the pace and Red Bison had used alot of energy in the first half causing them to make small mistakes and allow the Lions to have more scoring chances, and they did score in the 57th minute by Walid Shamarani profiting of a defensive mistake and beating the keeper 1 on 1 as the Red Bison defence was exhausted and too late.
And so this match ended aswell in a draw.

Greenville FC - Phoenix United

Finally the day had come, Phoenix United were looking forward to defend their title against the smaller team of Greenville who were known to be good but not a major opponent for Phoenix.
Ofcourse many people were looking at the one and only Maximillian Flare, he was the flame striker, the burning nightmare of every defender and even on his old days he still was the ace of Phoenix and one of the most scoring players.

But Phoenix did not even get the chance to get to Maximillian as they were quickly surrounded by Greenville and despite their best efforts they could not prevent an early first goal in the 6th minute by Jill Swyndon scoring her first goal of the season.
Phoenix did not expect this and regrouped but couldn't create any dangerous opportunities except one corner with a header from Flare but saved by the Greenville keeper who is rumoured to become the next International goalie.
Half time was there and Marcus Blade the Phoenix coach was not happy.

In the second half basically not much changed except Phoenix getting more chances but to no avail, crossbar, post, keeper nearly everything was hit but not the net and when you'd think it can't go worse well it could.
After one of those attacks Greenville had a counter possibility and with 4 players against 2 defenders they outnumbered the Phoenix defence and a second goal from outside the box was scored by debuting player Douglas McArthur who is only 19 and already scores in his very first match the perfect start of a great career for this young man.

And so Phoenix who hoped for needed points became the victim of a stronger then ever Greenville.

Haunted FC - Orion

Our most brave reporters went to Haunted FC to report about their match against Orion for you, they are not considered super strong but also their opponent is an up and coming sub-top to top-tier team.
Orion is ready to play a great game and that is exactly what they do from the start but Haunted gives opposition especially with International player Nicolay Moon still in their squad they have a solid defence.
From his CB position Nicolay commands the players around him and to his lead they move greatly and manage to hold off Orion atleast in the first half even if they got some chances but Haunted does aswell especially from corners.

In the second half Haunted pressures more but they don't get as much chances as earlier and Orion seems to take more and more the upper hand in the game but Haunted is called Haunted for a reason.
As if cursed Donna Surnsby from Orion makes a terrible mistake and gives a wrong pass to be easily intercepted by Sam Hollow who gives a very long pass to Boris Changshi who scores easily from a 1 on 1 with the keeper in the 79th minute sealing the victory for Haunted FC over Orion in a way that no one expected and making it the second major upset on day 1.

Mount Olympus - Omega

Lastly we have the clash between Olympus and Omega two of the favourites to win this years title and also because both teams are seen as the future for Starsian football to replace Phoenix in their top tier status.
Kick off was there and both teams went head to head and alot of fouls are made and yellow cards for Yulia Lima and Shane Delaia for Olymous and also Roy Harvey and Conrad Aston receive a yellow card.
In the end of the first half another foul is made but no free kick is given, but when the VAR looks at it they judge that its a yellow card and this causes Yulia Lima to get a red card and a free kick for Omega.
This free kick is taken by Friedrich Columbia missing the goal by mere centimeters and marking the end of the first half.

Second half promises alot of offense from Omega and this is what happens with 10 players Olympus now has to work even harder to keep up and Christiana Love who captains the team even almost loses her composure in this mess of a match, but luckily for her thats also in the 56th minute when no one less then Kira Blade scoring the 0 - 1 for Omega and also the last goal of the match despite Omega's massive amount of chances they do not manage to break through the defence once again and take the win for what it is.
this match was certainly one to remember.

Currend standings after matchday 1

*                         Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Greenville FC 1 1 0 0 2 0 +2 3
2 Amazona United 1 1 0 0 1 0 +1 3
Ancient Forest FC 1 1 0 0 1 0 +1 3
Blizzard Academy 1 1 0 0 1 0 +1 3
Haunted FC 1 1 0 0 1 0 +1 3
Omega 1 1 0 0 1 0 +1 3
7 Black Rose Academy 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 1
Desert Lions 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 1
Port Vale FC 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 1
Red Bison 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 1
11 Almighty Faith 1 0 0 1 0 1 −1 0
Mirage United 1 0 0 1 0 1 −1 0
Mount Olympus FC 1 0 0 1 0 1 −1 0
Orion 1 0 0 1 0 1 −1 0
Universal FC 1 0 0 1 0 1 −1 0
16 Phoenix United 1 0 0 1 0 2 −2 0

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Postby The 14 Stars » Mon Oct 04, 2021 7:21 am

Matchday 2 the gaps begin to form!

Welcome back to our sports news, today we are bringing you the second matchday of the Starsian Super League and once again we have a series of 8 matches that we will bring to you and review.
Who will take the lead? will Greenville be able to keep their 1st place and more importantly will Phoenix United finally show their true colors o the field and win some much needed points.
After alot of yellow cards in the last matchday we today hope for more great football and less fouls.

Mirage United 0–1 Omega
Orion 0–1 Mount Olympus FC
Phoenix United 2–2 Haunted FC
Red Bison 1–0 Greenville FC
Black Rose Academy 0–2 Desert Lions
Universal FC 1–1 Port Vale FC
Almighty Faith 1–2 Blizzard Academy
Amazona United 1–0 Ancient Forest FC

Mirage - Omega

Omega plays a great game and manages to win it quite easily against Mirage despite their best efforts its Rex Remington who scores the only goal with an assist by Kira Blade deciding the match in Omega's favor.
So far this has been the strongest start of the season so far by Omega and maybe our government this year will have an actual chance compete with the top tier teams in the league.

Orion - Mount Olympus

Mount Olympus has to miss Yulia Lima this time who is replaced by Bella Louisia who is a starter for the first time and Bella plays a great game adding alot of speed and technique to the defence compared to Yulia.
However Orion ain't half bad and are considered a favourite to title but don't live up to the expectations yet, in the second half its Christian Fourseasons who scores for Mount Olympus and becomes the matchwinner for them.

Orion will now have to seriously reflect, Morris Valerian our NT captain after the match with his club Orion adressed the press and promised better results to come but also stated that their game so far has been insufficient.
He expects his team to become later in the season a real competitor despite a slow start, the 32 year old midfielder still believes in his team.

Phoenix United - Haunted FC

Phoenix this time is up against Haunted, yet again a chance for Flare to show his qualities and this is something he already does after 3 minutes by scoring the first goal for Phoenix United.
They sadly can't enjoy this lead for a long time when in the 33th minute Joseph Talisman scores for Haunted putting his team back on equal feet with the current champions of the Super League.
In the second half it was after 75 minutes once again Maximillian Flare who scored his second goal of the day and once again granted his team a lead and showed that he still was capable of scoring lots of goals.
Phoenix looked like it was going to win until minute 88 when a corner was given and Mara Starfall scored her first goal of the season with a header out of reach for the keeper and secured a very needed point for her own team aswell.

Once again another upset for the current championship defenders, alot of critics have gone towards the right back of the team Mira El-Hosseini who played a terrible match once again and totally bottled several easy plays.
Phoenix manager Marcus Blade also responded that he had seen it but he for now keeps his trust in Mira and that the team will improve from here on out and will go on to win the championship.

Red Bison - Greenville

This match wasn't really interesting despite Greenville leading now we knew they were a mediocre team and today they showed that side aswell when Rojan Carerez took advantage of a defensive mistake and scored.
Red Bison after that goal went on a more defensive playstyle and business-like secured the 3 points without much effort.

Black Rose Academy - Desert Lions

A battle between the lower teams, that was how experts described it and yet again the Desert Lions in the first half were very weak and alot of chances went to Black Rose but no goals were scored.
Black Rose because of their highly offensive and intensive game-pace in the 2nd half had to switch younger players in and thats when the Lions started to strike and scored by Walid Shamarani and Arash Khoramun respectively.

Universal - Port Vale

Very uninteresting match to watch and the same goes for the result being a draw thanks to goals from Jessica Heartfeld and Drake Sullivan.

Almighty Faith - Blizzard Academy

Rough playing Almighty Faith against the Ice cold storm that was Blizzard, it was a heated match from start until end high paced and with good teamwork and tactical gameplay from both sides.
In the first half already two goals were scored, for Almighty firstly in the 24th minute by Gordon Kyrk and later in 29th minute for Blizzard by Preston Woodburn and with that score halftime was reached.

After halftime this battle continued but Almighty Faith once again became frustrated and started making fouls which led to free kicks and one of these free kicks went in by Holly Moonlight the young striker of Blizzard.
She became the woman of the match and is currently regarded as the best player in the league after 2 matchdays with her important goals securing a total of 6 points for Blizzard earning them the 1st place in the Super League.

Amazona - Ancient Forest

Even if they managed to pull off a good game last match Amazona was too strong for Ancient Forest and won the match with a goal from Klaus Meyer the old veteran becoming matchwinner and earning his team 3 points aswell.
Klaus Meyer was very happy with the goal, he is one of the very few former-Almight Faith players that managed to become internationals and change his playstyle to his extent to become an allround midfielder who brings experience and leadership to Amazona.

Current Standings After Matchday 2

*                         Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Blizzard Academy 2 2 0 0 3 1 +2 6
2 Amazona United 2 2 0 0 2 0 +2 6
Omega 2 2 0 0 2 0 +2 6
4 Desert Lions 2 1 1 0 3 1 +2 4
5 Haunted FC 2 1 1 0 3 2 +1 4
6 Red Bison 2 1 1 0 2 1 +1 4
7 Greenville FC 2 1 0 1 2 1 +1 3
8 Ancient Forest FC 2 1 0 1 1 1 0 3
Mount Olympus FC 2 1 0 1 1 1 0 3
10 Port Vale FC 2 0 2 0 2 2 0 2
11 Universal FC 2 0 1 1 1 2 −1 1
12 Phoenix United 2 0 1 1 2 4 −2 1
13 Black Rose Academy 2 0 1 1 1 3 −2 1
14 Almighty Faith 2 0 0 2 1 3 −2 0
15 Mirage United 2 0 0 2 0 2 −2 0
Orion 2 0 0 2 0 2 −2 0

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Postby The 14 Stars » Tue Oct 05, 2021 2:06 am

Matchday 3, trouble in paradise

Welcome back to our Starsian sports broadcasting and today we bring you the 3rd matchday of the Starsian Super League or SSL for short where the best teams go head to head with eachother.
Today has some great matches, and most importantly will Blizzard keep its lead in the league and will Orion finally get points which they deserve after their earlier games where they've shown great quality.
Without further delay lets dive into the results of the next matchday and see what is going on.

Ancient Forest FC 0–1 Mirage United
Blizzard Academy 1–0 Amazona United
Port Vale FC 1–0 Almighty Faith
Desert Lions 1–0 Universal FC
Greenville FC 1–0 Black Rose Academy
Haunted FC 0–0 Red Bison
Mount Olympus FC 0–1 Phoenix United
Omega 1–0 Orion

Ancient Forest - Mirage

In this first match alot can be said but the level wasn't really high, both of teams lack the quality to do very good in the rankings but both of them can use some points to climb the rankings in the league.
In the first half the ball is mostly on midfield a few attacks here and there but nothing special, in the second half the match is decided by a goal from Roy Hurron securing 3 points for Mirage.

Blizzard Academy - Amazona United

Blizzard against Amazona is a classic, both of them are able to field strong teams and have the needed quality to score plenty of goals but they also keep the balance very well like today.
Amazona's systematic plays and pressuring works on Blizzard but the current leaders of the league manage to play around it and counter very often creating dangerous situations in front of the Amazona goal.
Nearly at halftime Daniel Burnham gets a yellow card and the free kick of Blizzard goes to the post and out, then the following corner is saved by the keeper of Amazona and halftime score is zero against zero.

In the second half this continues but Blizzard did not come here for a draw at all, they change their formation to have more offensive capacity and this resulted in the 64th minute in a goal for Blizzard by Holly Moonlight.
This girl now scored her 3rd goal in 3 matches and takes the top spot in the topscorer ranking from Maximillian Flare who has yet to play but this season promises to be a great one for Blizzard who take home 3 points on Amazona who can't come back from that goal.

Port Vale - Almighty Faith

This match was very boring and as per usual now Almighty Faith after waiting long enough lost their temper once again allowing Port Vale to score before halftime thanks to effort of Shanna Rhanikov making her first goal this season.
After this alot more fouls were commited and Almighty Faith got 3 yellow cards and how they have had no red cards remains a mystery too anyone that watched this match today.

Desert Lions - Universal FC

In the insane heat the Desert Lions took on Universal and their coach Direm Hassan so far has been doing a good job with the team and he is certainly not planning on losing here.
Universal never trained in this heat and their suffering is quite visible both on and off the pitch even with extra cooling breaks and before halftime already 2 players had collapsed because of the heat while the Lions had a great game.
In the second half another player of Universal collapsed and they had to use a 3rd substitute and with so many young players on the field the Desert Lions scored easily with Walid Shamarani taking the honors.

Greenville FC - Black Rose Academy

A boring match between mediocre teams, Greenville had a good start of the season but struggle against Black Rose who can also field a very decent team with their Academy players being well trained.
However Greenville was in a good form today and Randall Murphy had the honor of making the only goal.

Haunted FC - Red Bison

You would expect a fun match with these two teams but nothing was less true, both teams struggled with eachother balancing offensive and defense very well and no one of them able to score a goal.
This match ends in a draw without any goals scored yet both of them share the points and climb in the rankings.

Mount Olympus - Phoenix United

This match was memorable, Christiana Love and her team took on the great Phoenix under Flare's wing and Phoenix after having a few major upsets found its form back playing great football in the first half.
Olympus only could defend their playstyle was not really effective against Phoenix who combined both physical and technical plays and before halftime Flare scored the first goal putting Phoenix in the lead.
In the second half Olympus had to get that goal back but no matter how hard they tried Phoenix managed to defend very well and they did not make it really easy to even attack at all and Christiana Love saw her team lose to the ancient star that is Maximillian Flare who already had stated after the match that he will stay the Starsian ace and the topscorer of the League.

Omega - Orion

Orion came her looking for points but Omega was on a winning streak and in high spirits and no one knows what happened but Orion did never even played a part in the game at all from the start until the end.
Omega did set the pace, made offensive actions and created great chances and this was in the second half also rewarded with a great goal from Kira Blade who secured a lead for her team and became the matchwinner.
Orion now lost 3 matches in a row and it is unacceptable and radical changes have been announced by Orion.


Orion coach Fjodor Bornasson has been sacked the director no longer want him to be in charge of the team and after losing 3 times with a team capable of winning the entire league its been enough.
It is unknown yet who will be the new coach of Orion but also has been stated that a few players are to be released by the club which are known to be older players with less reliability and it is unknown who will replace them yet.

Players released by Orion: John Nero and Perry Olsson


1 - Maximillian Flare (3 goals)
2 - Holly Moonlight (3 goals)
3 - Kira Blade (2 goals)
4 - Walid Shamarani (2 goals)

Current Standings After Matchday 3
*                         Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Blizzard Academy 3 3 0 0 4 1 +3 9
2 Omega 3 3 0 0 3 0 +3 9
3 Desert Lions 3 2 1 0 4 1 +3 7
4 Greenville FC 3 2 0 1 3 1 +2 6
5 Amazona United 3 2 0 1 2 1 +1 6
6 Haunted FC 3 1 2 0 3 2 +1 5
Port Vale FC 3 1 2 0 3 2 +1 5
8 Red Bison 3 1 2 0 2 1 +1 5
9 Phoenix United 3 1 1 1 3 4 −1 4
10 Mirage United 3 1 0 2 1 2 −1 3
11 Ancient Forest FC 3 1 0 2 1 2 −1 3
Mount Olympus FC 3 1 0 2 1 2 −1 3
13 Universal FC 3 0 1 2 1 3 −2 1
14 Black Rose Academy 3 0 1 2 1 4 −3 1
15 Almighty Faith 3 0 0 3 1 4 −3 0
16 Orion 3 0 0 3 0 3 −3 0

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Postby The 14 Stars » Wed Oct 06, 2021 1:30 am

Matchday 4, Foreign guests

Welcome back to the live broadcasting of the Starsian Super League or SSL for short and today we're bringing you live report from the fourth matchday of the first official season of the League.
Alot of matches have been played and so far we have Blizzard seen in great shape, on the other hand Orion is a total chaos with their sacked manager and two fired players there had been alot of trouble the past week.
Now they are playing another match and they have signed 2 new foreign players to their team who will make their debut today as the first ever foreign players in the Starsian Super League.
Firstly replacing John Nero is a the 23 year old Rose Gabin from Chromatika who was signed as a free agent and she will be the new main goalie at her new club Orion which we will look forward too.
Further we also have replacing Perry Olsson on the left wing the 20 year old Lilia Tataurova from Pyazhnaya playing her career in the youth there and now signed also as a free agent also looking to give her career a great start at Orion.

Without further delay lets get right into the matches

Mirage United 0–0 Orion
Phoenix United 2–0 Omega
Red Bison 2–1 Mount Olympus FC
Black Rose Academy 0–2 Haunted FC
Universal FC 0–1 Greenville FC
Almighty Faith 1–0 Desert Lions
Amazona United 0–1 Port Vale FC
Ancient Forest FC 1–0 Blizzard Academy

Mirage United - Orion

Today Orion was the first to play, after the coach was sacked no one new had been found and old club member Julian Saturn who also was international for The 14 Stars had been announced as interim-coach for today.
With the new foreign additions to Orion their opponents were extra alert as they knew most foreign players were superior to their domestic counterparts despite their young age yet.
After kickoff the pace of Orion was controlled and they seemed off to a better start then earlier but it still was quite chaotic due to the new additions aswell with led to a 1 on 1 chance in 12th minute, but no goal due to a quick reaction of Rose Gabin the young Chromatik goalie for Orion they score stayed equal and they could counter.

After 28 minutes Morris Valerian had a great chance but shot a longshot on the crossbar which is merely bad luck and the rebound by Dylan Diam was a miss which led to a goal kick for Mirafe United.
Right before halftime in the 44th minute there was a great chance for Thorsby Mordov but the other keeper managed to save it aswell proving to be a good goalie aswell and kept the score equal to halftime.
In the second half both countries had chances but also alot of time on the midfield was played both teams trying to force an opening in the defence but no one managed to make that opening to score the winning goal.
The match ended in a draw and saw Orion get their first point in the League and the young Chromatik goalie was praised for her many saves keeping Orion in the game making her the woman of the match here today.

Phoenix United - Omega

An interesting match, both Kira Blade and Maximillian Flare on the same field was a nice sight along with many other stars but those two had a special friendship which made it a great match to watch.
Back in the world cup Kira was 19 and just came off the youth academy and it was thanks to Maximillian that she managed to improve quickly in a short time and even make her debute in the NT at age 19 already becoming one of the youngest Internationals.
And the match kicked off and Phoenix needed some points if they wanted to be a contender for the title still and they got what they wanted after 34th minutes when Maximillian Flare scored from a corner with a great volley going 1 goal ahead of his younger counterpart on the topscorers list becoming the most scoring league player once again.

Half time was reached with 1 - 0 as the score and with the upper hand for Phoenix since they scored the first goal and this would continue into the second half as Phoenix increased the pressure on the Omega defence.
In the 78th minute the situation became worse for Omega as Federico Zaratti scored with a header from a corner making it the first ever league goal for the 19 year old center-back who is the son of the old international Gianna Zaratti and we hope ofcourse that he will get a great career just like his parent starting with this goal.
Omega couldn't come back from this and Kira Blade even got a yellow card out of frustration when she kicked the ball away showing very unsportswoman-like behavior and ending the match in a 2 - 0 win for Phoenix.

Red Bison - Mount Olympus

Red Bison had a tough match to play against Olympus who had some of the great new talents for the national team despite their arrogance their quality of playing was by no means arrogant at all it was a deadly serious reality.
From the start on off they got pressured into a corner by Olympus and it did not take long before Christian Fourseasons scored the first goal for Mount Oympus and broke the spirit of the Red Bison players a bit but they luckily still had their coach Hector Escobar who motivated them from the side to go on and stay alert and get that goal back.
His motivational words worked in the 40th minute Alycia Mercedes scored for Red Bison making the game equal again and this caused even more motivation for the second half for the players of this team.

In the second half Red Bison relentlessly attacked and Olympus didn't seem to have an answer to their style of playing that was so diffrent from theirs and in the 69th minute it was old veteran Rojan Carerez scoring another goal for Red Bison turning the game around entirely and they took the win home beating Olympus with these two goals and gain more points in the league.

Black Rose Academy - Haunted FC

Not a really interesting match but certainly one with goals, Black Rose hadn't been doing too well until now and continued their struggle against Haunted who gladly took advantage of such a weak team with their skill.
Boris Changshi was the first to score with a goal in the left corner of the net surprising the keeper completely and still in the first half Joseph Talisman scored another goal taking a 2 goal advantage on Black Rose before halftime.
Haunted had such an advantage they'd never give it away and so the second half never became really relevant and Haunted enjoyed an easy win on the weak team of Black Rose that just came back to pro-level.

Universal FC - Greenville FC

An very mediocre match just like the teams, however Greenville was still doing really good this season and Universal less since they simply did not have as much quality a Greenville who had profit from their youth.
Universal gave good opposition atleast for the first half but their diffrence in quality was visible especially in the second half Greenville was the better team with Jill Swyndon in the 62th minute making the only goal taking home the points with her second goal of the season proving her worth to her team as she also has been selected into the NT nowadays.

Almighty Faith - Desert Lions

Direm Hassan and his Desert Lions were doing really good so far and he was proving himself to be a reliable coach despite critics saying he wouldn't be ready yet but Almighty Faith was tricky.
They were a very physical team and the tactic to exhaust them did not work well on away matches and added to that on the physical field they were atleast equal and Almighty Faith was even stronger at times then the Lions.
Just before halftime Amanda Forsberg scored for Almighty Faith who is known to be one of the calmer players in the team and managed to keep her calm to finish it and so taking the first points home with her team despite the Lions trying to come-back into the game until the last minute they today just didn't have what it takes to win.

Amazona United - Port Vale FC

Amazona didn't have the best record this season and they had to watch out for a losing streak, Port Vale was in high spirits and they did have a golden generation on their team which was hungry for new wins.
Amazona's controlled game couldn't get a grasp on Port Vale who in the first half used multiple diffrent systems switching from one to the other easily bringing chaos to Amazona's defence but not scoring despite alot of chances.
In the second half they continued their systematic disturbance of Amazona's playstyle and it was Jessica Heartfeld scoring a goal for Port Vale and making Amazona embarass itself even more and question marks start to raise here about the coach too.

While Kyle Wolf is a really young manager only 36 years of age he is still expected to atleast reach the top 6 with Amazona, however the directors so far have stated they trust the coach and assured all fans that this will be turned around but that a new coach needs time form a real team and this can't be done in a few weeks.
Also rumours of foreign players coming to Amazona United have been around lately but it has been stated the club has no intentions of doing so and will continue with its current squad for the season.

Ancient Forest - Blizzard Academy

This was an interesting match, current leaders Blizzard Academy expected an easy game but Ancient Forest gave them a hard run with a fast paced pressured game for the full 90 minutes not leaving a chance to score.
On the other hand Ancient Forest also had plenty of attacks while Blizzard simply due to a lack of information does not know what to do with their playstyle and has to see youngster Xemaxu Tema make the only goal and take all the points out of their hands while they struggle themselves through this match and also lose their number 1 position in the league.


In other news the debut of the first two foreign players had been a success and we in an interview after the match both player stated to be happy with the game and the team being really well received and a league matching in quality.
While they in their home were either youth players or reserves here they are starters and can make regular minutes which was their main reason for deciding to come play for Orion and they hope they can bring the club to the place it belongs in the league and ofcourse also make name for themselves hoping to be recognized by their respective countries.

Julian Saturn despite being Interim-coach has been called out as possible replacement if other coaches would not be available or willing to take on the challenge of coaching Orion to a top 5 spot in league.
Our former international himself said they were always welcome to give him a call but he did not yet actively seek a position as manager after just retiring as a player and stated he also loved to spend some time with his wife and children nowadays.


1 - Maximillian Flare (4 goals)
2 - Holly Moonlight (3 goals)
3 - Christian Fourseasons (2 goals)
4 - Kira Blade (2 goals)
5 - Joseph Talisman (2 goals)

respectively also, Rojan Carerez, Boris Changshi and Walid Shamarani at (2 goals)

Best players of Matchday 4

Here we compile a list of the top 10 players of today.

1 - Rose Gabin (Chromatika)
2 - Maximillian Flare
3 - Jill Swyndon
4 - Amanda Forsberg
5 - Morris Valerian
6 - Nicolay Moon
7 - Xemaxu Tema
8 - Federico Zaratti
9 - Tom Feeney
10 - Rojan Carerez

Current Standings After Matchday 4

*                         Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Greenville FC 4 3 0 1 4 1 +3 9
2 Blizzard Academy 4 3 0 1 4 2 +2 9
3 Omega 4 3 0 1 3 2 +1 9
4 Haunted FC 4 2 2 0 5 2 +3 8
5 Port Vale FC 4 2 2 0 4 2 +2 8
Red Bison 4 2 2 0 4 2 +2 8
7 Desert Lions 4 2 1 1 4 2 +2 7
8 Phoenix United 4 2 1 1 5 4 +1 7
9 Amazona United 4 2 0 2 2 2 0 6
10 Ancient Forest FC 4 2 0 2 2 2 0 6
11 Mirage United 4 1 1 2 1 2 −1 4
12 Almighty Faith 4 1 0 3 2 4 −2 3
Mount Olympus FC 4 1 0 3 2 4 −2 3
14 Universal FC 4 0 1 3 1 4 −3 1
15 Orion 4 0 1 3 0 3 −3 1
16 Black Rose Academy 4 0 1 3 1 6 −5 1

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Postby The 14 Stars » Thu Oct 07, 2021 12:57 am

Matchday 5, transfer window closes

With the closed transfer window now no new additions can be made to the Starsian teams and we will see these teams until the end of the season when someone will crown themselves champion.
But we are still in the mere beginning of the season, will Orion finally get more points today and will Blizzard take back the lead or will Greenville stay the leader in the league, only one way to find out and thats to look at scores!

Blizzard Academy 2–0 Mirage United
Port Vale FC 2–1 Ancient Forest FC
Desert Lions 2–1 Amazona United
Greenville FC 1–0 Almighty Faith
Haunted FC 3–3 Universal FC
Mount Olympus FC 0–0 Black Rose Academy
Omega 1–0 Red Bison
Orion 0–0 Phoenix United

Blizzard Academy - Mirage United

Mirage has not been doing well recently and Blizzard is bound to take profit of that and from the start on the diffrence is very visible between a top tier team like Blizzard and a lower rank team like Mirage.
Within 27 minutes the first goal is scored by Preston Woodburn with a header in the right corner and the cheering fans go crazy knowing they will take back the lead with this kind of football from their team.
Not to mention Mirage had alot of trouble with the ice-cold weather and they were glad to reach halftime with only 1 goal diffrence.
In the second half it only became worse and worse for Mirage and ofcourse it was no one less then Holly Moonlight who scored the second goal for Blizzard Academy in the 80th minute of the game sealing Blizzard's victory.

Port Vale - Ancient Forest

Port Vale was doing decent this season so far and so did Ancient Forest for their standards so their face-off was interesting to say atleast and Ancient Forest in the 6th minute scored from a defensive mistake and Ima Owoi easily did beat the keeper.
However Port Vale was better by a mile and their superiority when not too obvious showed when in the 44th minute Hirata Hanashira scored with an overhead shot that no one expected.
In the second half teams went further head to head but bad luck in the 49th minute saw Thomas Dunwell score their second goal and win the match for the team from our capital.

Desert Lions - Amazona

Desert Lions at home? heat is all they need and their physical condition was superior to Amazona who managed to put up a fight but in the first half Walid Shamarani scored twice and put the score at two against zero.
In the second half they used substitutes to reinforce the team but it only made Amazona weaker but despite that they managed to score atleast once from a long shot by Gregory Oussama.
Once again Amazona lost and Kyle Wolf's coaching abilities are more and more questioned and talks have been going around that maybe foreign replacement in the form of free agents could be hired just like Orion had done earlier.

Greenville - Almighty Faith

Greenville is a good team and they did what they had to against Almighty Faith, they won with a goal from Douglas McArthur one of the youngsters in the team showing his worth and securing points for Greenville.
They won't stay first but without a doubt they are a contender for a top 5 place this season and they have a lot of great youth players these days some of them who even made the national team.

And almighty Faith? they keep struggling and some of them have already called this season a disaster for them and this also has caused alot of tension within the team and that goes for more newer teams.
Black Rose, Universal and Mirage are no exceptions to this either all of them play below their standards.

Haunted - Universal

Terrible match, mistake after mistake after mistake was made and it ended in a draw thanks to goal by Haunted from Nicolay Moon, Bora Imanoglu and Joseph Talisman but Universal scored alot too.
They scored goal from Becky Ray (2) and another one by Drake Sullivan sharing the points here.

Mount Olympus - Black Rose

A high scoring match or atleast that was expected but Olympus dissapoints and manages to even play a draw against Black Rose making them a disgrace to themselves and their playing style.
Christiana Love manages to shoot 9 times and not score a single point and her frustration over the last matches is visible and rumours started aswell about her that she might move abroad the next season just like her sister.
In an interview she told she is indeed frustrated but believes in her team and their ability but the question is if she really does as we know her more as the arrogant and overestimating midfielder with great skill that she is.

Omega - Red Bison

Omega is on a roll, they have a great team and they show it despite Red Bison being a very worthy opponent and giving them a really tough match with high pressure and alot of physical game.
Fouls remained to a minimum though since both of these teams know how to play physically properly and that made it a really exciting match with alot of chances on both sides but only 1 goal was scored in the end in the 74th minute by Kira Blade who continues her great record of being a top striker and seen as most likely successor to Maximillian Flare.

Orion - Phoenix United

Orion looks for points and Phoenix is doing great, however Orion improved alot from their last matches and Valerian commanding his team from midfield is the ideal way to counter Flare properly.
Both teams had chances but no one seemed to go down with Chromatik goalie Rose Gabin saving every shot of Phoenix almost with ease and keeping a clean sheet for the second match in a row showing her superiority on the field.
She has been already called out by experts as one of the best goalies currently in the Starsian League currently ranked 3rd after Calvin Princeton and Tom Feeney who also have done great in their past matches and their teams take respectively the 3rd and 2nd place while the Chromatik goalie has the heavy task of getting Orion back into the top 10 and hopefully top 5.

When interviewed and confronted with the praise of her ability she was simply happy to have regular minutes and to be of worth to her team which seems to be exactly the case.
Valerian was also interviewed and he confirmed that Orion would be back soon and that he is happy with the new developments and welcomes the new players with open arms calling it a new breath of fresh air through the team.


In other news Amazona and Olympus are in heavy weather and seem to be not doing too good, however it also is seen that many new clubs who joined this season in the pro-league can't seem to win against established teams.
Experts already forecast in the next seasons an influx of foreign players and also more Starsian that play abroad to get their level higher by playing in stronger leagues then their own domestic competition.


1 - Maximillian Flare (4 goals)
2 - Holly Moonlight (4 goals)
3 - Walid Shamarani (4 goals)
4 - Kira Blade (3 goals)
5 - Joseph Talisman (3 goals)

Best players of Matchday 5

1 - Walid Shamarani
2 - Rose Gabin (Chromatika)
3 - Kira Blade
4 - Becky Ray
5 - Hirata Hanashira
6 - Nicolay Moon
7 - Morris Valerian
8 - Holly Moonlight
9 - Christian Fritz
10 - Ima Owoi

Current Standings After Matchday 5

*                         Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Blizzard Academy 5 4 0 1 6 2 +4 12
2 Greenville FC 5 4 0 1 5 1 +4 12
3 Omega 5 4 0 1 4 2 +2 12
4 Port Vale FC 5 3 2 0 6 3 +3 11
5 Desert Lions 5 3 1 1 6 3 +3 10
6 Haunted FC 5 2 3 0 8 5 +3 9
7 Phoenix United 5 2 2 1 5 4 +1 8
8 Red Bison 5 2 2 1 4 3 +1 8
9 Amazona United 5 2 0 3 3 4 −1 6
10 Ancient Forest FC 5 2 0 3 3 4 −1 6
11 Mount Olympus FC 5 1 1 3 2 4 −2 4
12 Mirage United 5 1 1 3 1 4 −3 4
13 Almighty Faith 5 1 0 4 2 5 −3 3
14 Universal FC 5 0 2 3 4 7 −3 2
15 Orion 5 0 2 3 0 3 −3 2
16 Black Rose Academy 5 0 2 3 1 6 −5 2

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Postby The 14 Stars » Fri Oct 08, 2021 4:54 am

Matchday 6, True diffrences

Hello there and welcome to already the sixth matchday of the Starsian Super League with so far a bad run for Orion and Olympus but surprisingly good results for Greenville and Port Vale who preform above expectations.
Today we will see if they can keep up that line or will go down the ranks it is all up to them at this point and we are here to give you the best possible experience of every match played!

Mirage United 2–2 Phoenix United
Red Bison 0–0 Orion
Black Rose Academy 1–1 Omega
Universal FC 1–2 Mount Olympus FC
Almighty Faith 1–2 Haunted FC
Amazona United 4–2 Greenville FC
Ancient Forest FC 0–1 Desert Lions
Blizzard Academy 3–1 Port Vale FC

Mirage United - Phoenix United

Phoenix is doing a good job so far in the mid-ranks even if they are a top team they are on of the very few consistently strong teams and Mirage is in the lower ranks with alot of other unfortunate sides.
Phoenix was the first to score after 12 minutes a corner was given and a header went on the post but the rebound went into the net by Maximillian Flare who keeps scoring and scoring like its nothing at all.
Mirage wasn't beaten yet and pressured Phoenix where Mira-El Hosseini got a yellow card for a foul and the free kick taken by Joy Sol did put them on equal foot with Phoenix United before halftime.
In the second half within a few minutes the tables were turned when Duncan Brozov scored taking profit from a mistake of Mira-El Hosseini once again playing a terrible match today.
She was later replaced by Ilona Frey an 18 year old female who was to make her debut for Phoenix and she left an unforgettable image by scoring a goal in the 89th minute from long distance after a failed corner and so she secured atleast a point for Phoenix.

Red Bison - Orion

Once again an Orion match, the club in heavy weather still was awaiting a new manager and Valerian seemed confident that his team would power through everything from here on out along with their new players.
Red Bison put up relentless attack using their physical strenght and their good positioning but Orion was a top-tier team for a reason and they stood their ground defending themselves against it and even countering often to show they were there aswell, although none of the teams had luck and both goalies today were very good and kept a clean sheet.
Another much needed point for Orion and a 3rd clean sheet in a row for Orion, since their new Chromatik goalie joined the team no one scored against Orion yet and the foreign players at all seem to be on a whole diffrent level from us.

Black Rose - Omega

Not much to tell aboiut this one, Kira Blade scored an early goal after which Omega hoped to keep up the defense for the rest of the match but Juliette Lazoure scored a goal in the second half making it a draw.
A very uninteresting match with alot of midfield-played game and chances were very rare for both sides.

Universal FC - Mount Olympus

Mount Olympus took on the weakest team of the league and we knew that, within 5 minutes it was already leading by 2 goals scored by Christiana Love and Christian Fourseasons.
After a very pressuring first half a second one went on and Universal had absolutely played like crap but Yulia Lima made a foul getting a red card yet again and a penalty kick for Universal in the second half.
Seppe Dykson took the penalty kick and scored the goal for Universal even when they did not deserve it at all but they lost nonetheless and this manager aswell should fear for his job after losing nearly every match so far.

Almighty Faith - Haunted FC

Once again Almighty Faith at home and their rough and foul plays were an easy target for the weird types from Haunted FC despite Almighty Faith scoring the first goal by Gordon Kyrk.
Haunted used an ancient trick they learned long ago to stop those anckle breakers, the so called ''Ghost Lock'' which uses a form of double hypnosis which makes their opponents unable to move at all.
Nicolay Moon and Kevin Zouma the keeper scored using the ghost lock and not scared for these cursed beings as they were Almighty Faith did not manage to score another goal and lost to the simple trick these people used to fool them.

Amazona United - Greenville FC

Greenville and Amazona a great match-up and both teams scored in the first half and Greenville even twice by Jill Swyndon and Lisa Blackburn while Amazona saw a goal by Wendy Turner.
In the second half Greenville gave it away totally, they were less alert and seemed slower which is why Klaus Meyer, Vito Kingsley and again Wendy Turner could score goals while Greenville let itself get overwhelmed by the Amazing strategical power of Amazona United and their top-tier player who are also part of a so called golden generation.
This win is also good for Kyle Wolf their coach who had been criticized earlier for his results but had denounced these critics.

Ancient Forest - Desert Lions

Direm Hassan and his team traveled to the forest to take on Ancient Forest one of the most underestimated teams but even then they couldn't stand a chance against the Lions and their physical strenght.
Only one goal was scored by Walid Shamarani respectively and the match overall was a bit boring but this nonetheless puts then runners up in the League right now and creates a good future for their coach.

Blizzard Academy - Port Vale

Blizzard took on Port Vale which who both were doing good jobs in their matches but the diffrence also here was visible with new star striker Holly Moonlight opening the score for Blizzard in the 20th minute.
In the 41th minute Nadya Cross scored the second goal for Blizzard putting them well ahead of Port Vale but in the second half they came back with Jessica Heartfeld scoring the goal for Port Vale while Holly Moonlight decided the score of the match at 3 - 1 in favor of Blizzard Academy putting them first in the current standings.


1 - Holly Moonlight (6 goals)
2 - Maximillian Flare (5 goals)
3 - Walid Shamarani (5 goals)
4 - Wendy Turner (3 goals)
5 - Jessica Heartfeld (2/3 goals)

Best Players of Matchday 6

1 - Wendy Turner
2 - Rose Gabin (Chromatika)
3 - Holly Moonlight
4 - Ilona Frey
5 - Morris Valerian
6 - Maximillian Flare
7 - Christiana Love
8 - Walid Shamarani
9 - Stefano Garcia
10 - Kira Blade

Current Standings After Matchday 6

*                         Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Blizzard Academy 6 5 0 1 9 3 +6 15
2 Desert Lions 6 4 1 1 7 3 +4 13
3 Omega 6 4 1 1 5 3 +2 13
4 Haunted FC 6 3 3 0 10 6 +4 12
5 Greenville FC 6 4 0 2 7 5 +2 12
6 Port Vale FC 6 3 2 1 7 6 +1 11
7 Amazona United 6 3 0 3 7 6 +1 9
Phoenix United 6 2 3 1 7 6 +1 9
9 Red Bison 6 2 3 1 4 3 +1 9
10 Mount Olympus FC 6 2 1 3 4 5 −1 7
11 Ancient Forest FC 6 2 0 4 3 5 −2 6
12 Mirage United 6 1 2 3 3 6 −3 5
13 Orion 6 0 3 3 0 3 −3 3
14 Almighty Faith 6 1 0 5 3 7 −4 3
15 Black Rose Academy 6 0 3 3 2 7 −5 3
16 Universal FC 6 0 2 4 5 9 −4 2

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Postby The 14 Stars » Sat Oct 09, 2021 10:53 am

Starsian Super League

Welcome back to the Starsian Super League, today we'll be covering the 7th matchday and there are alot of matches that await us, apart from that we also have a new coach for Orion and the will Blizzard maintain their first place?
Before hand we sat down for an interview with the new Orion coach Thomas Cadilia from Poafmersia who has been hired to lead Orion back to the top where they belong as a top-tier team.

Summary of the interview

Thomas Cadilia a 53 year old manager from Poafmersia, he is the man that is chosen to lead Orion to new victories and it was a whole challenge to get him here as a coach the team tells in the interview.
Thomas explains that when he was called with the job offer he thought it was a joke at first, he had never heard of The 14 Stars and neither about the league or all the teams that played here but he didn't instantly decline.
In his research he found out about the National Team debuting in the WCQ88 and he remembered Valerian being described by many other news agencies as someone from a complete diffrent level then his counterparts.
He researched on the league and when he found out Orion was a prestigious club in need of help he decided that this was the time for him to go for a new challenge and to look further then everything he already knew.

While The 14 Stars has not a league as strong as most countries but there is no lack of quality or any brutal playing it is a league with great growing potential and lots of decent players that with the right help could develop alot.
Lastly he spoke aswell about how warmly he was welcomed both by the club and the players who showed alot of respect to the new coach and they were a group that really wanted to win and was very positive and optimistic despite everything.

The matches

Port Vale FC 1–0 Mirage United
Desert Lions 0–2 Blizzard Academy
Greenville FC 4–2 Ancient Forest FC
Haunted FC 1–0 Amazona United
Mount Olympus FC 0–2 Almighty Faith
Omega 4–0 Universal FC
Orion 1–1 Black Rose Academy
Phoenix United 1–1 Red Bison

Desert Lions - Blizzard Academy

In the heat of the south with a good 36 degrees celsius both teams entered the field with special brown grass in the color of the desert where they'd be playing on today against Blizzard Academy.
Most people of Blizzard were from the North which was an nearly arctic area so here in the middle of the desert it was really hot and their bodies weren't made for these burning temperatures at all but nonetheless they'd fight till the end.

The Desert Lions would look especially to stop Blizzards strong offense with Holly Moonlight the League's topscorer and Preston Woodburn who is also playing for the national team and lets not forget the snowman in the defence.
In the back they did have veteran player Alan White who was the leader of the defence and was known for his ice-cold tackles and calmth no matter how pressured he was he always seemed to stay calm.
Lastly they also had one of the best coaches currently in the business, Evanlyn Glendyss was the female who led her team to the first place and would not back down for one of her former players who was coaching the opposition.

For the Lions Direm Hassan was the coach after retiring after WCQ where Glendyss was his coach and this made it a small rivalry between teacher and student in a certain way but they both had a good team to field.

Kick off

Kick off was starting and Blizzard and the Lions were in the beginning a bit cautious but the Lions would wait until the second half to strike and Evanlyn knew that they'd do that this time aswell so she had instructed her players to go all out.
After a minute of 5 they started to go entirely on the offense pressuring the opponents quickly this being rewarded with a steal from Roy Moss who gave a long pass to Preston Woodburn who crossed the ball the Holly Moonlight who shot it on the crossbar.

In the 38th minute a foul was commited on Nadya cross just outside the box, it was a direct free-kick and the one to take it was Preston Woodburn who took the free kick and rammed it home scoring the first goal
Halftime was reached and while Blizzard discussed their lead and whether to defend it or attack the Lions prepared to strike but were one goal behind so they'd have to fight really hard to come back from that.
In the second half the Lions put up their usual attacking game and tried to come back but ended up even worse by a goal from Holly Moonlight after 60 minutes making the match end in their favor.

Current Standings After Matchday 7

*                         Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Blizzard Academy 7 6 0 1 11 3 +8 18
2 Omega 7 5 1 1 9 3 +6 16
3 Haunted FC 7 4 3 0 11 6 +5 15
4 Greenville FC 7 5 0 2 11 7 +4 15
5 Port Vale FC 7 4 2 1 8 6 +2 14
6 Desert Lions 7 4 1 2 7 5 +2 13
7 Phoenix United 7 2 4 1 8 7 +1 10
8 Red Bison 7 2 4 1 5 4 +1 10
9 Amazona United 7 3 0 4 7 7 0 9
10 Mount Olympus FC 7 2 1 4 4 7 −3 7
11 Almighty Faith 7 2 0 5 5 7 −2 6
12 Ancient Forest FC 7 2 0 5 5 9 −4 6
13 Mirage United 7 1 2 4 3 7 −4 5
14 Orion 7 0 4 3 1 4 −3 4
15 Black Rose Academy 7 0 4 3 3 8 −5 4
16 Universal FC 7 0 2 5 5 13 −8 2

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Postby The 14 Stars » Wed Oct 13, 2021 5:19 am

Matchday 8, almost at a third

Hey there welcome bacm after a short break, our storyteller was ill after he once again caught a bad case of the flu but now he is back with new matches and match reports on the Starsian Super League.
Blizzard is sitting at a comfortable lead now and will their team increase the gap or will the other teams manage to catch up with Omega and Port Vale seeming like real challengers for the title aswell.
Without further delay lets take a look at the results of the 8th matchday.

Mirage United 0–1 Red Bison
Black Rose Academy 2–2 Phoenix United
Universal FC 0–1 Orion
Almighty Faith 0–0 Omega
Amazona United 2–0 Mount Olympus FC
Ancient Forest FC 1–0 Haunted FC
Blizzard Academy 4–1 Greenville FC
Port Vale FC 2–2 Desert Lions

Universal FC - Orion

Orion the team with the first foreigners and also a foreign manager are up against the weaker Universal FC today and this could be a serious chance to get that really needed win for the team of Orion.
In a recent press conference both Cadilia and Valerian stated that the team owes the fans and itself a win after everything they went through and the current positive mood the team will certainly help that.
However Universal is not planning on losing either and they've been able to cause a surprise here and there as they went on so this promises to be a very exciting match for both sides to play and we made a live report on this match.

At kick off Orion starts with series of short passes while the Universal attackers move up to apply pressure on the defense but Orion has an experienced defence that knows how to play around, the ball is passed around ultimately falling to Diam who gives a pass to Valerian who takes it to the opposing half while Universal regroups.
Where Universal has quite fierce plays Orion usually plays with alot of calmth which also shows the diffrence in quality between the teams with Universal also having way less internationals then Orion has.
Valerian plays it to the offense who seem to have trouble breaking through the defence and this is the pattern that is seen the whole first half in diffrent forms until the 34th minute.
Its a free kick, Valerian steps up to take it and he aims for the right upper corner but the keeper manages to punch it away making it a corner kick for Orion after which the ball is cleared by Universal's defence and halftime soon was reached.

Orion did not again want a draw, they need points if they want to have success and become a real challenger to Blizzard, they decided to play more offensively with a 4-4-2 meaning Lilia Tataurova and Noëlia Borov were subsituted and replaced by Tyler Risson and Brenda Demora who would be making their debut for the first team.
With these new players and a new tactic Universal was caught completely off guard in the second half and quick passing combinations on the midfield created more chances for the strikers and in the 68th minute there was a goal.
A long a cross-pass from the side from Dylan Diam reached Thorsby Mordov who took scored with a great volley outside of reach for the Universal goalie who had been playing well today.
Universal tried to regroup once more and adjusted tactics to the new formation but Orion was now playing on save and buying time where they could and they weren't able to score against Orion who won with 1 goal diffrence this being their first win of the season.

Orion's coach when asked for a comment after the match only said: ''The boys and girls have worked very hard for this, they will from now on only go from strenght to strenght this is only the start.''

Amazona United - Mount Olympus

Mount Olympus, the team of the next generation and the team who were the expected champions of the last 3 seasons already yet again seem to fail to meet any of the expectations who had been set really high.
Captain Christiana Love was part of the problem of Mount Olympus as experts said as the culture in the team was a very wrong one made up of arrogance and supriority and most importantly a strong feeling of egoïsm.
Each of their players is indeed incredibly skilled and could potentially easily be back to back champions without any form of resistance if they played as a real team but even the teammates did not want to play together.
All of them wanted fame and to be recognized by the greater teams and the older players who were supposed to take the youth along didn't do that at all they sometimes only made it even worse then it already was for them by choosing a side.

However no signs of reforms were show at Olympus and it was a matter of time before the whole team according to experts would collapse and be replaced by a government sponsored team which was a fear of the entire league.
Those teams used to replace them would be not ones of the good kind and would only be an asset of centralize the league more.

Amazona on the other hand was doing okay, they had some wins and they had some losses but there was nothing to be really worried about although every place they gained was great ofcourse.
Their coach Kyle Wolf who was a former international already announced that his team would defeat Olympus and that this would be no problem for his team that was way above them in the rankings.
And his predictions came true because after 2 minutes Wendy Turner made the first goal for Amazona United showing how their pressure and systematic controlled playing pressured Olympus.
This continued with Meyer controlling the midfield, Neville being in charge of the defence and Wendy Turner the striker who did strike again in the second half in the 82th minute scoring the second goal.

Olympus had been from the begin until no order and a lack of discipline this making it very hard to play well and naturally they lost to Amazona that played as a team and they are moving up the ranks now again.

Current Standings After Matchday 8

*                         Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Blizzard Academy 8 7 0 1 15 4 +11 21
2 Omega 8 5 2 1 9 3 +6 17
3 Haunted FC 8 4 3 1 11 7 +4 15
4 Port Vale FC 8 4 3 1 10 8 +2 15
5 Greenville FC 8 5 0 3 12 11 +1 15
6 Desert Lions 8 4 2 2 9 7 +2 14
7 Red Bison 8 3 4 1 6 4 +2 13
8 Amazona United 8 4 0 4 9 7 +2 12
9 Phoenix United 8 2 5 1 10 9 +1 11
10 Ancient Forest FC 8 3 0 5 6 9 −3 9
11 Almighty Faith 8 2 1 5 5 7 −2 7
12 Orion 8 1 4 3 2 4 −2 7
13 Mount Olympus FC 8 2 1 5 4 9 −5 7
14 Black Rose Academy 8 0 5 3 5 10 −5 5
15 Mirage United 8 1 2 5 3 8 −5 5
16 Universal FC 8 0 2 6 5 14 −9 2

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Postby The 14 Stars » Thu Oct 14, 2021 7:38 am

Matchday 9, i ran out of cool titles

Welcome to matchday 9, we have new matches and ofcourse alot of new information that we'll bring you since there is alot going on in the team nowadays and will Orion continue its revival and climb to the top?
So far Blizzard is in the lead with Omega behind them and Mount Olympus continues to have alot of unrest in their team and alot of change is expected in forthcoming seasons on that team.
Without further delay lets take a look at the results!

Desert Lions 1–2 Mirage United
Greenville FC 0–0 Port Vale FC
Haunted FC 0–0 Blizzard Academy
Mount Olympus FC 2–1 Ancient Forest FC
Omega 2–1 Amazona United
Orion 1–0 Almighty Faith
Phoenix United 0–1 Universal FC
Red Bison 1–2 Black Rose Academy

Mount Olympus - Ancient Forest

Mount Olympus has alot of unrest on their team since all players desperately try to outpreform eachother and this ruins their complete teamwork even if they have alot of very exceptional players.
Before kick-off Christiana Love calls her team together, she motivates them as much as she possibly can and hopes that her words will reach her teammates as you could see her with a worried look during the warming up.
The problem with Olympus was that their level of individual was so high only the best could keep up and that is why all of them wanted to outpreform eachother at all costs even if it was at the cost of someone else.

Before kick-off their opponents of Ancient Forest did the same with the motivational speech although they were doing quite good for their standards and they seemed to be content with the current goings.
As Ancient Forest kicked-off they played the ball around in the defense showing not too much offense yet waiting for Olympus to attack which they after a small amount of time started to do more and more.
You could have expected a counter attack sooner or later and this is exactly what happened after one of the attacks in the 22th minute and created a 4 vs 2 situation and a goal by Xemaxu Tema.

Mount Olympus once again gave away a goal because of their own stupdidity, but luckily for them they managed to equalize the score before halftime with a good and luck series of 1v1's ending with a chance for Fourseasons with an assist by Sulinia as he scored an overhead goal in a way only world class players could and saved his team from a loss.
But a draw was not enough for Olympus they only lived to win and under the lead of Christiana Love they created multiple great chances out of corners, high pressure and quick and good combinations as if it all seemed to go right now.
In the end it was captain Christiana Love herself who scored the winning goal with an assist by fourseasons after a good interception by Merastar and a good counter with the whole team.
Ancient Forest in the second half could only defend, they simply lacked individual quality and their speciality was surprising their opponent but whatever they tried it did not work against a team like Olympus.

Orion - Almighty Faith

Orion has won a match, now they're hungry for more wins and that is something they wish to repeat against a weaker team like Almighty Faith although their physical power is superior to the technical players of Orion.
Before the match Cadilia and Dylan Diam gave a press conference, they stated the team is going where it needs to be but that there is a long way to go from here to the championship where they are aiming for this season.

In the first half Almighty Faith was pressured but their rough plays made it unable to keep possesion for a long time but it also resulted in dozens of free kicks and 3 yellow cards for the Almighty Faith teams.
Orion nonetheless was also the better team clearly even if Almighty Faith did not play terrible.
In the second half the decision had to fall, the first half Orion had played very well but without real chances and it needed to take more risk and during halftime Cadilia instructed them to go for it even if it was a dangerous undertaking, in the end it was Lilia Tataurova who scored the winning goal for Orion and also her first goal for the club at all.
This is the second time a foreigner makes the diffrence for Orion and the team seems to really improve under their influence especially their new goalie has proved herself to be a real world class talent.

Cadilia after the match responded with saying that: ''We'll be coming for the top 5, no matter who we need to play we'll win the match and the whole team is improving everyday''

Current Standings After Matchday 9

*                         Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Blizzard Academy 9 7 1 1 15 4 +11 22
2 Omega 9 6 2 1 11 4 +7 20
3 Haunted FC 9 4 4 1 11 7 +4 16
4 Port Vale FC 9 4 4 1 10 8 +2 16
5 Greenville FC 9 5 1 3 12 11 +1 16
6 Desert Lions 9 4 2 3 10 9 +1 14
7 Red Bison 9 3 4 2 7 6 +1 13
8 Amazona United 9 4 0 5 10 9 +1 12
9 Phoenix United 9 2 5 2 10 10 0 11
10 Orion 9 2 4 3 3 4 −1 10
11 Mount Olympus FC 9 3 1 5 6 10 −4 10
12 Ancient Forest FC 9 3 0 6 7 11 −4 9
13 Black Rose Academy 9 1 5 3 7 11 −4 8
14 Mirage United 9 2 2 5 5 9 −4 8
15 Almighty Faith 9 2 1 6 5 8 −3 7
16 Universal FC 9 1 2 6 6 14 −8 5

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Postby The 14 Stars » Sun Oct 31, 2021 4:59 am

Starsian Super League

Sorry for the long and i mean really long abscence, this has been because of private issues i had to take care of and which allow to now continue the league where we have left off with it.
Here below alot of matches will be just simulated and not roleplayed because else i simply do not make it to the cutoff.
I ask for your understanding and i hope you'll continue to enjoy the league and if not thanks for reading this anyway.

Matchday 10

Mirage United 3–0 Black Rose Academy
Universal FC 0–1 Red Bison
Almighty Faith 1–1 Phoenix United
Amazona United 0–0 Orion
Ancient Forest FC 4–4 Omega
Blizzard Academy 2–0 Mount Olympus FC
Port Vale FC 1–1 Haunted FC
Desert Lions 1–2 Greenville FC

Matchday 11

Greenville FC 1–0 Mirage United
Haunted FC 4–1 Desert Lions
Mount Olympus FC 4–1 Port Vale FC
Omega 2–1 Blizzard Academy
Orion 3–0 Ancient Forest FC
Phoenix United 0–0 Amazona United
Red Bison 0–1 Almighty Faith
Black Rose Academy 1–2 Universal FC

Matchday 12

Mirage United 0–0 Universal FC
Almighty Faith 0–2 Black Rose Academy
Amazona United 0–0 Red Bison
Ancient Forest FC 3–1 Phoenix United
Blizzard Academy 0–4 Orion
Port Vale FC 1–4 Omega
Desert Lions 1–2 Mount Olympus FC
Greenville FC 0–1 Haunted FC

Matchday 13

Haunted FC 1–0 Mirage United
Mount Olympus FC 0–1 Greenville FC
Omega 1–1 Desert Lions
Orion 0–1 Port Vale FC
Phoenix United 0–2 Blizzard Academy
Red Bison 1–0 Ancient Forest FC
Black Rose Academy 0–0 Amazona United
Universal FC 1–0 Almighty Faith

Matchday 14

Mirage United 0–0 Almighty Faith
Amazona United 0–1 Universal FC
Ancient Forest FC 0–1 Black Rose Academy
Blizzard Academy 1–0 Red Bison
Port Vale FC 1–1 Phoenix United
Desert Lions 0–1 Orion
Greenville FC 0–3 Omega
Haunted FC 1–1 Mount Olympus FC

Matchday 15

Mount Olympus FC 1–0 Mirage United
Omega 1–0 Haunted FC
Orion 1–1 Greenville FC
Phoenix United 2–0 Desert Lions
Red Bison 1–2 Port Vale FC
Black Rose Academy 2–2 Blizzard Academy
Universal FC 1–0 Ancient Forest FC
Almighty Faith 2–2 Amazona United

Matchday 16

Mirage United 1–1 Amazona United
Almighty Faith 2–0 Ancient Forest FC
Universal FC 0–1 Blizzard Academy
Black Rose Academy 0–1 Port Vale FC
Red Bison 0–1 Desert Lions
Phoenix United 2–3 Greenville FC
Orion 3–3 Haunted FC
Omega 0–1 Mount Olympus FC

Matchday 17

Omega 3–0 Mirage United
Mount Olympus FC 1–3 Orion
Haunted FC 0–4 Phoenix United
Greenville FC 1–2 Red Bison
Desert Lions 0–1 Black Rose Academy
Port Vale FC 2–1 Universal FC
Blizzard Academy 1–2 Almighty Faith
Ancient Forest FC 2–1 Amazona United

Matchday 18

Mirage United 1–0 Ancient Forest FC
Amazona United 2–1 Blizzard Academy
Almighty Faith 1–1 Port Vale FC
Universal FC 1–0 Desert Lions
Black Rose Academy 2–2 Greenville FC
Red Bison 1–0 Haunted FC
Phoenix United 0–1 Mount Olympus FC
Orion 0–0 Omega

Matchday 19

Orion 1–1 Mirage United
Omega 1–1 Phoenix United
Mount Olympus FC 3–1 Red Bison
Haunted FC 1–0 Black Rose Academy
Greenville FC 0–0 Universal FC
Desert Lions 1–2 Almighty Faith
Port Vale FC 1–0 Amazona United
Blizzard Academy 1–2 Ancient Forest FC

Matchday 20

Mirage United 0–1 Blizzard Academy
Ancient Forest FC 0–4 Port Vale FC
Amazona United 0–1 Desert Lions
Almighty Faith 3–1 Greenville FC
Universal FC 2–2 Haunted FC
Black Rose Academy 1–0 Mount Olympus FC
Red Bison 2–2 Omega
Phoenix United 1–1 Orion

Standings after 20 Matchdays

*                         Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Omega 20 11 7 2 32 15 +17 40
2 Blizzard Academy 20 12 2 6 28 18 +10 38
3 Port Vale FC 20 10 7 3 26 21 +5 37
4 Haunted FC 20 8 8 4 25 21 +4 32
5 Greenville FC 20 9 4 7 24 26 −2 31
6 Mount Olympus FC 20 9 2 9 20 21 −1 29
7 Orion 20 6 10 4 20 12 +8 28
8 Red Bison 20 7 6 7 16 17 −1 27
9 Almighty Faith 20 7 5 8 19 18 +1 26
10 Black Rose Academy 20 5 8 7 17 22 −5 23
11 Universal FC 20 6 5 9 15 21 −6 23
12 Phoenix United 20 4 10 6 23 23 0 22
13 Amazona United 20 5 6 9 16 18 −2 21
14 Desert Lions 20 6 3 11 17 25 −8 21
15 Ancient Forest FC 20 6 1 13 18 31 −13 19
16 Mirage United 20 4 6 10 11 18 −7 18
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Postby The 14 Stars » Sat Nov 06, 2021 5:04 am

The Starsian Super League

As we reach the last 10 playing rounds of the league the competition gets more intense by each day, will Omega keep their lead or will the surprising side of Blizzard Academy prevail?
More importantly also is the case of Phoenix, will they be able to get a reasonable placing and will Maximillian Flare continue his career or will he choose to retire along with a few other older players that will next season.
Maximillian is a legendary player for our country and losing him, even if it happens will be a huge loss for Starsian Soccer as we know it because there is no one as exceptional as this man.
But this also goes for the Desert Lions and Amazona United who have a really bad season against all expectations so far.

Without any delay we here have the next 2 rounds for you!

Matchday 21

Phoenix United 2–1 Mirage United
Orion 1–2 Red Bison
Omega 0–0 Black Rose Academy
Mount Olympus FC 0–3 Universal FC
Haunted FC 2–2 Almighty Faith
Greenville FC 1–1 Amazona United
Desert Lions 1–1 Ancient Forest FC
Port Vale FC 0–0 Blizzard Academy

Matchday 22

Mirage United 2–0 Port Vale FC
Blizzard Academy 3–2 Desert Lions
Ancient Forest FC 2–1 Greenville FC
Amazona United 0–1 Haunted FC
Almighty Faith 1–1 Mount Olympus FC
Universal FC 2–1 Omega
Black Rose Academy 1–0 Orion
Red Bison 0–3 Phoenix United

After these two matchday we can clearly see that Phoenix made a comback with Flare scoring numerous goals and also Blizzard goes very well with taking back the lead from Omega.
Sadly the Desert Lions go even further down rankings and it is expected that their coach Hassan's contract will not be renewed.
Little time is left, we will watch closely to see which team will take the title home, will it be Omega's strong team led by the person who is by many seen as the leader of the next generation Kira Blade.
On other hand we also have Blizzard with a great mix of experience and talent with veterans such as Alan White who know how international soccer is played but also rookies such as the new topscorer of the SuperLeague Holly Moonlight.

Also soon will be the nominations for Diamond awards for the best players in the SuperLeague this year!

Standings after 22 Matchdays

*                         Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Blizzard Academy 22 13 3 6 31 20 +11 42
2 Omega 22 11 8 3 33 17 +16 41
3 Port Vale FC 22 10 8 4 26 23 +3 38
4 Haunted FC 22 9 9 4 28 23 +5 36
5 Greenville FC 22 9 5 8 26 29 −3 32
6 Red Bison 22 8 6 8 18 21 −3 30
7 Mount Olympus FC 22 9 3 10 21 25 −4 30
8 Universal FC 22 8 5 9 20 22 −2 29
9 Orion 22 6 10 6 21 15 +6 28
10 Phoenix United 22 6 10 6 28 24 +4 28
11 Almighty Faith 22 7 7 8 22 21 +1 28
12 Black Rose Academy 22 6 9 7 18 22 −4 27
13 Ancient Forest FC 22 7 2 13 21 33 −12 23
14 Amazona United 22 5 7 10 17 20 −3 22
15 Desert Lions 22 6 4 12 20 29 −9 22
16 Mirage United 22 5 6 11 14 20 −6 21

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Postby The 14 Stars » Mon Nov 15, 2021 5:55 am

The Starsian Super League

With Blizzard Academy leading near the end of the league it becomes more and more clear which teams will go international and which of them will have to fear becoming the last place in the league.
Amazona United and the Desert Lions both have announced their coaches will not be getting new contracts due to their bad preformances and their teams aren't looking to good now while other unexpected teams pop up at the top.
Also among the new teams Universal and Almighty Faith so far are doing a decent job at the cost of the established teams but nothing is just certain yet so lets look at the next 4 rounds.

Matchday 23

Red Bison 0–1 Mirage United
Phoenix United 5–2 Black Rose Academy
Orion 2–0 Universal FC
Omega 5–4 Almighty Faith
Mount Olympus FC 1–2 Amazona United
Haunted FC 2–3 Ancient Forest FC
Greenville FC 2–2 Blizzard Academy
Desert Lions 0–0 Port Vale FC

Matchday 24

Mirage United 0–0 Desert Lions
Port Vale FC 0–3 Greenville FC
Blizzard Academy 1–0 Haunted FC
Ancient Forest FC 0–2 Mount Olympus FC
Amazona United 1–2 Omega
Almighty Faith 0–3 Orion
Universal FC 0–3 Phoenix United
Black Rose Academy 1–0 Red Bison

Matchday 25

Black Rose Academy 0–1 Mirage United
Red Bison 2–3 Universal FC
Phoenix United 0–0 Almighty Faith
Orion 0–0 Amazona United
Omega 1–3 Ancient Forest FC
Mount Olympus FC 1–0 Blizzard Academy
Haunted FC 0–0 Port Vale FC
Greenville FC 5–0 Desert Lions

Matchday 26

Mirage United 0–3 Greenville FC
Desert Lions 2–1 Haunted FC
Port Vale FC 2–1 Mount Olympus FC
Blizzard Academy 1–1 Omega
Ancient Forest FC 0–3 Orion
Amazona United 2–1 Phoenix United
Almighty Faith 3–2 Red Bison
Universal FC 1–1 Black Rose Academy

After 26 matchdays we can see Omega taking the lead now followed closely by the top 4 and then leaving a small gap with Orion who after a bad season start came back from below and enters the top tier now.
There is no doubt that they will be able to grow from here on but it still is very close and nothing is certain at this very moment and we look forward to the last four rounds of the SuperLeague soon to see who will be crowned champion.

Standings After 26 Matchdays

*                         Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Omega 26 13 9 4 42 26 +16 48
2 Blizzard Academy 26 14 5 7 35 24 +11 47
3 Port Vale FC 26 11 10 5 28 27 +1 43
4 Greenville FC 26 12 6 8 39 31 +8 42
5 Orion 26 9 11 6 29 15 +14 38
6 Haunted FC 26 9 10 7 31 29 +2 37
7 Mount Olympus FC 26 11 3 12 26 29 −3 36
8 Phoenix United 26 8 11 7 37 28 +9 35
9 Universal FC 26 9 6 11 24 30 −6 33
10 Almighty Faith 26 8 8 10 29 31 −2 32
11 Black Rose Academy 26 7 10 9 22 29 −7 31
12 Red Bison 26 8 6 12 22 29 −7 30
13 Amazona United 26 7 8 11 22 24 −2 29
14 Ancient Forest FC 26 9 2 15 27 41 −14 29
15 Mirage United 26 7 7 12 16 23 −7 28
16 Desert Lions 26 7 6 13 22 35 −13 27

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Postby The 14 Stars » Wed Nov 17, 2021 8:21 am

The Starsian Super League

Its there, the last playing rounds of the Starsian Super League and we are going to see which team will take the title and which teams will be playing against the best teams in the entire multiverse.
Without further delay lets dive right into the results since there is a busy schedule also with award show later on.

(OOC - as many of you have seen i don't really RP my league anymore, currently with school and my internship i just do not have the time to write detailed roleplays and dedicate as much time to it as i would like.
I hope you will stay tuned because this competition will stay alive and i will someday in the future take it back to its original format when i do have more free time on my hands.)

Matchday 27

Universal FC 1–3 Mirage United
Black Rose Academy 3–3 Almighty Faith
Red Bison 0–0 Amazona United
Phoenix United 3–0 Ancient Forest FC
Orion 0–4 Blizzard Academy
Omega 1–4 Port Vale FC
Mount Olympus FC 0–2 Desert Lions
Haunted FC 0–1 Greenville FC

Matchday 28

Mirage United 1–0 Haunted FC
Greenville FC 0–0 Mount Olympus FC
Desert Lions 0–1 Omega
Port Vale FC 2–3 Orion
Blizzard Academy 1–0 Phoenix United
Ancient Forest FC 2–1 Red Bison
Amazona United 0–4 Black Rose Academy
Almighty Faith 2–0 Universal FC

Matchday 29

Almighty Faith 1–0 Mirage United
Universal FC 2–1 Amazona United
Black Rose Academy 0–0 Ancient Forest FC
Red Bison 1–0 Blizzard Academy
Phoenix United 1–1 Port Vale FC
Orion 1–0 Desert Lions
Omega 2–1 Greenville FC
Mount Olympus FC 0–1 Haunted FC

Matchday 30

Mirage United 2–1 Mount Olympus FC
Haunted FC 3–2 Omega
Greenville FC 0–1 Orion
Desert Lions 2–0 Phoenix United
Port Vale FC 2–1 Red Bison
Blizzard Academy 2–0 Black Rose Academy
Ancient Forest FC 1–0 Universal FC
Amazona United 1–3 Almighty Faith

And so we have our champions and qualifiers to the various tournaments hosted by the IFCF, in addition next season it is confirmed that there will be a domestic soccer cup to win and even more soccer.
But now we have our champions and soon we will go over to the award shows so stay tuned!

Final Results Starsian Super League

*                         Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Blizzard Academy 30 17 5 8 42 25 +17 56
2 Omega 30 15 9 6 48 34 +14 54
3 Port Vale FC 30 13 11 6 37 33 +4 50
4 Orion 30 12 11 7 34 21 +13 47
5 Greenville FC 30 13 7 10 41 34 +7 46
6 Haunted FC 30 11 10 9 35 33 +2 43
7 Almighty Faith 30 11 9 10 38 35 +3 42
8 Phoenix United 30 9 12 9 41 32 +9 39
9 Mirage United 30 10 7 13 22 26 −4 37
10 Mount Olympus FC 30 11 4 15 27 34 −7 37
11 Black Rose Academy 30 8 12 10 29 34 −5 36
12 Universal FC 30 10 6 14 27 37 −10 36
13 Ancient Forest FC 30 11 3 16 30 45 −15 36
14 Red Bison 30 9 7 14 25 33 −8 34
15 Desert Lions 30 9 6 15 26 37 −11 33
16 Amazona United 30 7 9 14 24 33 −9 30

Qualified for IFCF Championsleague: Blizzard Academy

Qualified for IFCF challengers cup: Omega, Port Vale FC and Orion

Qualified to the IFCF Rising Stars Cup: Blizzard Academy U19-1

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Postby The 14 Stars » Thu Dec 30, 2021 7:41 am

Starsian Super League

Season 2 year 2025/2026

Welcome back all football fans, we are back with our Starsian domestic soccer news reports live from the 14 Stars.
Our news broadcasting will bring you all news about Starsian soccer, we pride ourselves in the sport and after last year our league has made drastic development and improvement towards appealing to all multiverse fans.

Before we dive into the teams itself we want to bring you the newest facts and improvement that this season will include, there are both technical and statistical improvements made.

Technological Improvements

First of all we introduce the eleven band, the eleven band is a technological addition in the form of a bracelet that all player must wear around their arm this season with the new rules going into effect.
This eleven band allows the coach to digitally communicate through the eleven band with their players and it also keep track of all physical statistics of every player on the field visible to the coach through a tablet.

Secondly this season 360 video referee is introduced, you will no longer get away with underhanded or dirty plays because everything is visible in 8k HD for the video referee now who will play a more active role.
In all directions in the stadium are camera's that keep track of every player and have the newest technology equipped.

Lastly we introduce a new type of shoes, with these new shoes it is possible to create high air pressure or lower it allowing players to adjust themselves accordingly to their opponent for maximum effective plays.

Statistical Improvements

This season will be more then just the Super League, we will also cover the youth competitions and will have an awards ceremony at the end of the season where players can get the honor for their seasonal results.

Team Previews

Blizzard Academy

Blizzard Academy was last year's champions, they have one of the best forwards of the league Holly Moonlight on their side and several internationals that have shown their worth in the off season.
Especially Alan White, Klara Jenssen, Nadya Cross and Preston Woodburn have shown themselves and with so much talent in their team it is imaginable they will want to go for the title again.
They have no new additions and this time they also take on the highest level of the Multiverse, alot is expected here also with Evanlyn Glendyss as their head coach for two years now.

Venue: SnowDome Arena (24,000)
Coach: Evanlyn Glendyss (40 years)
Main Squad:
Blizzard Academy Starting XI
gk - Thomas Bjarnasson (28)
lb - Keren Alvarssen (24)
cb - Alan White (33)
cb - Klara Jenssen (29)
rb - Leroy Russell (23)
lm - Berisha Merida (25)
cm - Roy Moss (26)
rm - Nadya Cross (30)
lw - Ilkay Sachan (28)
st - Holly Moonlight (22)
rw - Preston Woodburn (26)

Desert Lions

With a 15th place last season and nearly no internationals the Desert Lions are in heavy weather, they lack the quality to really go to the top 10 yet they also aren't as bad as the 15th place they got.
Coach Direm Hassan was fired for this reason, with a new coach Ozray Karazhan aged 46 they hope better for better results this season and more players to find their way into the national teams of the 14 Stars.
Also among others we have 1 new debut in the Desert Lions team, replacing Umar Omaradi is the 18 year old youngster Samir Arash who plays on the right back position, we look forward to see how he will do.

Venue: Southern Sands Arena (26,000)
Coach: Ozray Karazhan (46)
Main squad:
Desert Lions Starting XI
gk - Muhammad Khalifa (26)
lb - Jihar Sheraz (31)
cb - Ibrahim Alshar (29)
cb - Fasal Kaithar (27)
rb - Samir Arash (18)
lm - Ali Mohamadi (25)
cm - Husam Asmaidi (22)
rm - Arash Khoramun (29)
lw - Bilal Sahari (24)
st - Walid Shamarani (31)
rw - Ibrahim Esraelah (26)

Port Vale FC

Port Vale, the team that surprised everyone by finishing 3rd in the league granting them entrance to the multiverse.
Not only that but this team delivers a fair share of internationals aswell, atleast 5 players on the team are currently playing for our country with Julia Bressing as most notable player.
She is the first keeper of the womens team and also captain of this Port Vale team.
There is one change in their team, former international Mell Fallsen decided to retire at age 34 because he wanted to give the new generation their chance to shine on the highest level.
Replacing him is the 20 year old Paul Brusseau who will be looking forward to make his debut.

Venue: Stade de Vale (19,000)
Coach: Bailey Thessinia (42)
Main squad:
Port Vale FC Starting XI
gk - Julia Bressing (32)
lb - Bryan Steeler (25)
cb - Rowena Watson (21)
cb - Pablo Rodriguez (28)
rb - Olivia Salisbury (26)
lm - Paul Brusseau (20)
cm - Giorgio Mezzini (24)
rm - Hirata Hanashira (28)
lw - Thomas Dunwell (31)
st - Jessica Heartfeld (22)
rw - Shanna Rhanikov (26)

Greenville FC

Also a huge surprise last year was Greenville, our friends from the countryside did end in the top 5 and have shown they are very capable players which allowed them to even sign internationally now.
Due to two players respectively Daniel Carrick and Randall Murphy quitting two new young players were taken in the first team but also extra international experience has been signed to prevent two debuts at once.
Greenville wants to preserve the experience in the squad and signed center back Christian Bryant coming from Nephara a great soccer country in the multiverse with alot of great players.
We expect to see alot from him and it is expected his talent and experience will also help our players develop.

Venue: Grassroot stadium (16,000)
Coach: Brady McFairlane (47)
Main Squad:
Greenville FC Starting XI
gk - Tom Feeney (27)
lb - Shane O'hara (25)
cb - Christian Bryant (26) (Nephara)
cb - Jenna Wilson (26)
rb - Jordan Connor (30)
lm - Bailey Wilson (25)
cm - Douglas McArthur (20)
rm - Steve O'malley (27)
lw - Kendra Halisovic (18)
st - Lisa Blackburn (24)
rw - Jill Swyndon (28)

subs: cb - Frederik Jenssen (18)

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Postby The 14 Stars » Thu Dec 30, 2021 8:36 am

Starsian Super League

Teams preview part 2

Phoenix United

Phoenix United usually one of the better teams last season had a bit trouble, with stronger opponents and alot of bad luck they still managed to finish in a solid 8th place in the league.
While usually for Phoenix that is bad, coach Marcus Blade was given the benefit of doubt because of his great service to both the country and the team in the past as a player which allows him to go for a better result this year.
Very long one question remained in the air, will Maximillian Flare quit or not, the answer after long thought was no, he is not ready to quit yet but this year will be his last world cup and the end of his career is inevitable soon.
Flare is without a doubt the best player in the league even at this age and the top scorer of last year, Mira El-Hosseini was released due to her poor preformance last year and a foreign player was signed.
Hunter Burnser from South Newlandia signed for a place at the club hoping to bring experience and quality.

Venue: Freebird Arena (30,000)
Coach: Marcus Blade (49)
Main Squad:
Phoenix United Starting XI
gk - Christian Fritz (30)
lb - Tiffany Desonikos (26)
cb - Federico Zaratti (20)
cb - Maria Ivanova (27)
rb - Hunter Burnser (27) (South Newlandia)
lm - Bertha Bernard (22)
cm - Hannah Wellington (24)
rm - Jack van Doorn (29)
lw - Esmeralda Fernandez (23)
st - Maximillian Flare (36)
rw - Louise Beaumont (26)

Subs: rb - Nelly Berishan (18)

Red Bison

With an ashaming 14th place last year Red Bison fired their coach Hector Escobar and announced a new direction, there was change needed both with the coach and the players aswell here.
Replacing the coach is former Starsian international Quentin Ramirez who used to play for Red Matador until they merged with Red Bison and became one single soccer entity, also three players were replaced.
Ricardo Pescado former international goalie retired at age 35, Rojan Carerez and Julio Reyes were released by their club not preforming up to the standards according to the management who wished for new players.
Among these new players is a prodigy, Nicolas Valverde a 17 year old goalkeeper who is already an international at the U18 team.
Also Victoria Tolisso and Rosario Morelos were selected from their own U19 team but only one will debut.
Morelos will not debut yet, in his place they signed a Cassaidaguan player named Mallory Gomez and she will hopefully bring results.

Venue: Arena de Matador (23,000)
Coach: Quentin Ramirez (42)
Main squad:
Red Bison Starting XI
gk - Nicolas Valverde (17)
lb - Fernando Matteos (28)
cb - Victor Rodriguez (27)
cb - Daisy Moreno (24)
rb - Mallory Gomez (26) (Cassadaigua)
lm - Bernardo Da Silva (27)
cm - Stefano Garcia (29)
rm - Nemo Torres (22)
lw - Raoul Fereira (26)
st - Alycia Mercedes (24)
rw - Victoria Tolisso (19)

Subs: rb - Rosario Morelos (18)

Amazona United

With a last place Amazona United was a joke, the coach was fired immediately and the whole team re-organized to see where could be improved and this led to the signing of a foreign player.
Daniel Burnham was the biggest improvement of the season, he was last year very inexperienced but now starts taking shape and taking a lead role in the defense getting international help from a Nepharan.
Amazona signed the 29 year old Liam Cullis a center back to cover for the released Olivia Desley and to avoid two teens in the defense as their only other alternative was the 18 year old Jade Williams who is a sub for the seniors now.
Milo Griffin, also a former international for the 14 Stars is the new coach and he has one objective, don't come last again.

Venue: UniTech Arena (26,500)
Coach: Milo Griffin (41)
Main squad:
Amazona United Starting XI
gk - Kyle Brayson (25)
lb - Charlie Neville (29)
cb - Daniel Burnham (19)
cb - Liam Cullis (29) (Nephara)
rb - Sarah Nolan (24)
lm - Brittany Storm (20)
cm - Klaus Meyer (34)
rm - Pamela Seill (22)
lw - Gregory Oussama (29)
st - Wendy Turner (25)
rw - Vito Kingsley (26)

subs: cb - Jade Williams (18)

Mount Olympus

With a 10th place Mount Olympus was satisfied for now, it was not what they wanted but seeing teams like Amazona and the Lions go down like that they agreed that they shouldn't complain with a 10th place for now.
They were a quite new club after all, they were developing at incredible speed although Christiana Love their star player had been declining in skill a bit yet gaining more experience and taking a more supportive role.
There were no real changes in their team, they do hope that their forward will be the one to replace Flare after the world cup because this would give them a stronger international reputations.

Venue: Zenith Stadium (28,000)
Coach: Seya Avelona (41)
Main squad:
Mount Olympus FC
gk - Andrea Peradonna (22)
lb - Chiara Noleia (29)
cb - Lumia Orelia (30)
cb - Julian Levian (23)
rb - Yulia Lima (24)
lm - Philip Merastar (28)
cm - Nino Espinoza (20)
rm - Shane Delaia (25)
lw - Ophelia Sulinia (29)
st - Christian Fourseasons (21)
rw - Divine Calisseia (26)

Subs: cm - Christiana Love (23)


Its the only government sponsored team, Omega almost became champion last year but gave it away in the last matches to Blizzard Academy leading to them being the runners up for the last season.
However nearly everyone on their team is an international with special attention for Kira Blade the best allround player in the league and possible future leader of the Starsian national team aswell.
They have one new addition to their young team, Justin Simons was released and Kurt Rodham replaces him from the U19 team.

Venue: Ragnarok Stadium (44,000)
Coach: Troy Rockwell (38)
Main squad:
Omega Starting XI
gk - Calvin Princeton (23)
lb - Dereck Yale (28)
cb - Milla Darson (26)
cb - Kurt Rodham (20)
rb - Roy Harvey (30)
lm - Jenna Samford (21)
cm - Conrad Aston (21)
rm - Friedrich Columbia (28)
lw - Jude Redwood (27)
st - Rex Remington (22)
rw - Kira Blade (22)


Without a doubt the most famous team right now is Orion, from last place at the start all the way to the top 5 even entering the multiverse competitions which gives them international recognition.
Never has a club been more happy then Orion, it started out really bad but after Rose Gabin from Chromatike, Lilia Tataurova from Pyazhnaya and coach Thomas Cadilia from Poafmersia joined it all became better.
This team has future, has talent and there is no way they can't aim high this season with the same roster and Morris Valerian the current Starsian national captain on their side.

Venue: Adromeda Arena (31,000)
Coach: Thomas Cadilia (55) (Poafmersia)
Main squad:
gk - Rose Gabin (24) (Chromatika)
lb - Laura Cosmora (24)
cb - Donna Surnsby (22)
cb - Molly Geradon (30)
rb - Xavier Esscher (28)
lm - Dylan Diam (28)
cm - Morris Valerian (33)
rm - Ariana Chainey (25)
lw - Lilia Tataurova (21) (Pyazhnaya)
st - Thorsby Mordov (22)
rw - Noëlia Borov (21)

Haunted FC

One of the most mysterious yet really friendly teams is Haunted FC with a very neat 6th place last year they look forward to a new season with another good result like the one they have now.
Boris Changshi and Kevin Zouma both were released by their club but replacements were found, Lilith Talisman the younger sister of Joseph Talisman will make her senior debut aged 20 and she is said to be a very skilled player.
Also a new goalkeeper was signed from another country, Doug Bethune was his name, he probably would have been very confused or worried when he heard by which team he was signed to play now.
But the 25 year old goalie from Brookstation is more then welcome and would find a very close group of players who just liked to be mysterious.

Venue: Graveyard Stadium (21,000)
Coach: William Hyde (38)
Main squad:
Haunted FC Starting XI
gk - Doug Bethune (25) (Brookstation)
lb - Yuka Nakata (29)
cb - Humphrey Osman (25)
cb - Nicolay Moon (35)
rb - Sam Hollow (24)
lm - Bora Imanoglu (24)
cm - Mara Starfall (30)
rm - Thys Odinsson (27)
lw - Lilith Talisman (20)
st - Joseph Talisman (23)
rw - Rianne Graveston (26)

Subs: gk - Horus Whyte (18)
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Postby The 14 Stars » Thu Dec 30, 2021 9:16 am

Starsian Super League

Teams previews part 3

Ancient Forest

With a 13th place they did better then expected, Ancient Forest is based on pure talent the worst team in the league without any international or hopefuls that could be of any talent in their teams.
However that does not hold them from getting talent from other countries and improving their game everyday, their positive attitude is the key to the power of this team full of forest people who lack any kind of modern technology.
They signed Nepharan Steed Beister to replace the retired Jin-Wen who had to quit because of a chronic disease.
Currently they are hoping to develop their soccer and learn from people like the Nepharan's so they can become actually a team that is not looked down on in the league anymore and anything above the two last places is for now fine.

Venue: Forest Arena (15,000)
Coach: Caztexlaxa Kzexlaxa (52)
Main squad:
Ancient Forest FC starting XI
gk - Shou Torra (27)
lb - Kouhi Cho-shoi (29)
cb - She-tza (22)
cb - Pai-Kwa-shan (28)
rb - Steed Beister (29) (Nephara)
lm - Machi Wola (27)
cm - Zuha ta-kwa (30)
rm - Hoi-chong-we (24)
lw - Ima Owoi (28)
st - Xemaxu Tema (22)
rw - Qiqoi Uwopu (22)

subs: rb - Yu Choi-Se (17)

Black Rose Academy

With a good debut season Black Rose seems to become more a name and starts getting better, they are a developing team but soon will deliver more talented players and already have one ex-player that is an international.
Paul Brusseau who now plays for Port Vale started at Black Rose and is the evidence that Black Rose can deliver world class players but they need more money and recognition to invest in their youth to make that happen.
Also Luca Viloca was released being replaced by the 18 year old Dilara Sarrant who will make her debut.

Venue: Rose Park (26,000)
Coach: Juliëtte Moreau (43)
Main squad:
Black Rose Academy starting XI
gk - Louise Choussaint (25)
lb - Dhiraine Yusalain (30)
cb - Albert Nouvelle (24)
cb - Ricardo Moretto (27)
rb - Philippe Toussare (22)
lm - Juliette Lazoure (25)
cm - Dilara Sarrant (18)
rm - Silvia Marillos (24)
lw - Niklas Dupont (29)
st - Colette Arselle (28)
rw - Damian Soulain (25)

Almighty Faith

Earlier seen as agressive and rude, they proved everyone wrong with that as they finished higher then anyone did expect.
They do play a rough style of soccer but they don't play dirty or underhanded, in fact respect for the opponent is very important at the club where they teach that physical game is very good but only used in a correct manner.
They are masters in the physical play, even the female players easily beat a male player on the physical level of Almighty Faith and with multiple internationals on their side they are seen as top 5 potential.
Jessica Nolan is the biggest talent, currently in the U21 team line-up and seen as up and coming international.
Sadly their coach retired but former Starsian national team captain Gordon Borov will replace them.

Venue: Crash Palace (30,000)
Coach: Gordon Borov (49)
Main squad:
Almighty Faith starting XI
gk - Alexander Reus (23)
lb - Myrthe Justinova (29)
cb - Elias Rasmussen (26)
cb - Silas Halsberger (25)
rb - Victoria Steyn (21)
lm - Boyd Smirzov (30)
cm - Erna Strauss (24)
rm - Amanda Forsberg (26)
lw -Thyr Sodorsund (23)
st - Jessica Nolan (19)
rw - Gordon Kyrk (30)

Universal FC

Universal also has been working hard just like Black Rose to get better, they although already delivered internationals such as Maddie Saturn the daughter of former national team player Julian Saturn.
Also Becky Ray made her senior debut and scored in the IAC tournament which brings those two at the front when talking about the top players of Universal with alot more talent yet to come as they invest heavily in their youth.

Venue: MilkyWay Arena (25,000)
Coach: Kim Burns (39)
Main squad:
Universal FC starting XI
gk - Zakarya Sero (28)
lb - Maddie Saturn (18)
cb - Daniel Grayling (27)
cb - Vicky Meredith (22)
rb - Charlie Schulz (25)
lm - Soraya Mona (22)
cm - Wayne Astero (30)
rm - Becky Ray (27)
lw - Kyle Jenkinson (21)
st - Drake Sullivan (29)
rw - Seppe Dykson (25)

Mirage United

Mirage has been doing well yet failed to deliver talent like other teams, only Joy Sol has been a very prominent player who is wanted by major Starsian clubs like Amazona and Blizzard as its rumoured.
But for the coming seasons she has signed with Mirage United and they seek to build on their earlier season with a good result and they hope Joy Sol will be the leading light of a new up and coming group of players who will be in the national team.
Further it is known there are no changes, the team stayed as it was last season.

Venue: Illusion Arena (29,000)
Coach: Erin Wallace (45)
Main squad:
Mirage United
gk - Mero Sol (27)
lb - Yulia Shin (22)
cb - Adam Gushin (24)
cb - Ricky Blaris (30)
rb - Loisa Mousala (26)
lm - Oliver Walran (22)
cm - Joy Sol (19)
rm - Kerr Trix (30)
lw - Roy Hurron (28)
st - Shiva Saia (21)
rw - Duncan Brozov (23)

Prominence FC

New pro side, they had trouble getting their license which kept them last season from entering but this season they aim to get a good result and hopefully bring more talent in the league and quality along.
Their star player is Joyce Villegas who is an international with high abilities and a leading player on this team.

Venue: Frontier Stadium (26,000)
Coach: Victor Demonio (40)
Main Squad:
Prominence FC Starting XI
Gk - Estela Werner (29)
lb - Lyman Mejia (24)
cb - Anita McGrath (27)
cb - Lesley Blair (22)
rb - Herminia Larssen (28)
lm - Terrance Watkinson (25)
cm - Tanya Fox (26)
rm - Ricky Hopkins (30)
lw - Joyce Villegas (21)
st - Edmund Christensen (24)
rw - Glenda Ferrell (25)

the Lagoon

Weird new pro side that also struggled with their license, nothing is known about the player or their qualities.
They have no internationals yet they seem to be very willing to go for the highest possible in the league this year, they might be overestimating themselves or they are actually a formidable side yet to be discovered.
It is also seen that alot of their players are related to the former Red Matador club that was merged with Red Bison, a certain group did not like this and quit the club and it is believed this might be their relatives starting a new club.

Venue: Estadio de Laguna (34,000)
Coach: Rick Leon (41)
Main Squad:
The Lagoon Starting XI
Gk - Francesco Padilla (23)
lb - Domenic Pace (25)
cb - Latisha Serrano (22)
cb - Roberto Carillo (30)
rb - Florine Vasquez (27)
lm - Aurelio Castaneda (24)
cm - Magdalena Navarro (28)
rm - Santos Cordova (25)
lw - Marisol Gallegos (29)
st - Dante Acosta (20)
rw - Jocelyn Pineda (26)
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Postby The 14 Stars » Fri Dec 31, 2021 2:41 am

Starsian Youth League

U19 league team previews

For a while we have been waiting for this but now also the young up and coming players are visible, we will do their match reports and show which up and coming stars are here and which teams lack in their youth.
All teams are U19 teams of pro league teams, no players above age 19 are allowed by law, also no foreign players are allowed in Starsian youth competitions in any form or shape.

Coach: Rose Daley (34)
Blizzard Academy Starting XI
gk - Adrian Gustafsson (18)
lb - Agnes Ekdal (16)
cb - Vitaly Akirov (17)
cb - Yuri Bressnikov (19)
rb - Malik Roskov (18)
lm - Greta Sandberg (16)
cm - Ilona Hurrason (17)
rm - Wayne Bradford (19)
lw - Silvia Johanssen (18)
st - Astrid Lindgren (16)
rw - Elvira Sarganoza (17)

Coach: Muhammad Arash (43)
Desert Lions Starting XI
gk - Slimane Al-Dussail (18)
lb - Selima Al-Asman (19)
cb - Ali Mostafa (18)
cb - Hadiya Al-Amoun (17)
rb - Aisha Al-Tahmir (16)
lm -Nisha Keralesh (16)
cm - Hifay Al-Efran (18)
rm - Washira El-Anoush (19)
lw - Mirash Mustafir (17)
st - Murat Ibrahimov (17)
rw - Soraya Maharawan (19)

Coach: Colin Maywell (37)
Port Vale FC Starting XI
gk - Niah Jennings (17)
lb - Jake Hessington (17)
cb - Melissa Verona (19)
cb - Jordan Glendyss (17)
rb - Alana Sverinova (18)
lm - Monica Ayane (16)
cm - Lori Donnovan (18)
rm - Mark Suthersby (19)
lw - Leyla Leon (17)
st - Melissa Rodrigo (16)
rw - Roselina Mikayla (19)

Coach: Steve Woods (37)
Greenville FC Starting XI
gk - Sith Mannering (16)
lb - Humphrey Gillison (18)
cb - Grace Kayden (17)
cb - Myrthe Bloemen (16)
rb - Oscar Woodfield (16)
lm - Jason Tennyson (17)
cm - Sophie Vestara (17)
rm - Sydney Yellowknife (16)
lw - Abraham Carson (16)
st - Elisa Valgaros (16)
rw - Felicia Donarumma (17)

Coach: Doran Corson (37)
Phoenix United Starting XI
gk - Darryl Pearson (17)
lb - Michael Kaiser (16)
cb - Cherise Lausanne (17)
cb - Duncan Redfield (18)
rb - Humphrey Johnson (16)
lm - Effrael Sanchez (17)
cm - Christian Kurz (19)
rm - Diego Ortega (18)
lw - Ilona Frey (19)
st - Matt Eastin (17)
rw - Delayla Djafari (18)

Coach: Adrian Broskov (66)
Red Bison Starting XI
gk - Valeira Merodez (16)
lb - Lisa Ortega (18)
cb - Camila Ajara (16)
cb - Zara Mendosa (17)
rb - Margarita Rayola (16)
lm - Lucia Mardeira (16)
cm - Vera Hernandez (17)
rm - Danilo Soreiros (19)
lw - Helena Estrella (17)
st - Figo Olivera (17)
rw - Florina Tolisso (19)

Coach: Giovanni Rosario (40)
Amazona United Starting XI
gk - Daniel O'keith (19)
lb - Riley Campbell (17)
cb - Walter Philips (18)
cb - Malcolm Murray (16)
rb - Sita Goodwill (16)
lm - Christoph Kean (16)
cm - Max O'bryan (17)
rm - David Hunt (18)
lw - Andros Kaminsky (16)
st - Fred Bearson (18)
rw - Rowena Parker (17)

Coach: Keenan Fortuna (50)
Mount Olympus FC
gk - Vileia Amareanna (17)
lb - Daley Bluesea (17)
cb - Theranean Asterion (16)
cb - Hisarios Evangilea (19)
rb - Stephanie Delarosa (18)
lm - Quentin Silayan (17)
cm - Janna Mirellos (19)
rm - Augustin Lissoleia (18)
lw - Laurentia Saveria (17)
st - Luseanna Audralia (16)
rw - Sarelia Iravelia (19)

Coach: Adam Kayden (43)
Omega Starting XI
gk - Boris Vilgarsson (19)
lb - Nora Evans (17)
cb - Angela Gabriani (16)
cb - Bellinda Juncker (17)
rb - Alex Cedric (18)
lm - Louise Vendetta (17)
cm - Juliëtta Arcadia (16)
rm - Malou Suarez (18)
lw - Jonas Volt (17)
st - Iris Avalon (17)
rw - Rasmus Berg (19)

Coach: Dave Carlsson (39)
gk - Hilda Ekdal (18)
lb - Tyler Risson (18)
cb - Brenda Demora (19)
cb - Axel Armandos (17)
rb - Laura Eris (18)
lm - Victor Night (17)
cm - Phoebe Sky (17)
rm - Layla Raharinaivo (19)
lw - Viper Von Lisenburg (18)
st - Kayla Alagic (16)
rw - Suzette Yang (17)

Coach: Bill Davison (34)
Haunted FC Starting XI
gk - Imani Ash (16)
lb - Vigo Bolt (16)
cb - Riyajo Souran (17)
cb - Brianna Stark (19)
rb - Bilal Cruz (18)
lm - Numidiya Malice (17)
cm - Nigel Eagle (19)
rm - Mary Bloodworth (17)
lw - Moray Skully (16)
st - Ethan Ember (17)
rw - Karina Crow (19)

Coach: Jin-Wen (32)
Ancient Forest FC
gk - Re-zha-ke (18)
lb - Tai Shin-Ke (16)
cb - Xai Imawan (17)
cb - Mukai Kabachu (19)
rb - Haidao Bizai (16)
lm - Shao Ti-Cha (18)
cm - Mei Kubai (17)
rm - Mizoi Kaweshim (16)
lw - Koi Twuazan (17)
st - Eham Si-Hai (19)
rw - Ru-Zimai (18)

Coach: Kyle Wolf (39)
Black Rose Academy
gk - Marie Chufant (16)
lb - Susie Jourant (17)
cb - Sebastien Ralour (18)
cb - Coletta Mazur (18)
rb - Yade Laurent (17)
lm - Gabriel Bernardotte (19)
cm - Constantin Abdennour (16)
rm - Dione Serlaint (16)
lw - Monica Losean (17)
st - Alain Germain (18)
rw - Abelard Romaine (16)

Coach: Chewan Osong (39)
Almighty Faith
gk - Harald Nordtmann (17)
lb - Petra Rafaelov (19)
cb - Vitya Rusnak (18)
cb - Denis Benjamin (16)
rb - Miroslav Akanzic (17)
lm - Erin Halikova (18)
cm - Maxwell Gorev (19)
rm - Irina Marekova (18)
lw - Mavis Gearsley (16)
st - Biya Düringer (17)
rw - Marko Brejnia (18)

Coach: Julian Saturn (37)
Universal FC
gk - Jane Henessy (19)
lb - Ulfy Amorosa (18)
cb - Axel Alisterra (16)
cb - Kenji Mostarre (17)
rb - Natalya Diveana (18)
lm - Zoey Cometti (16)
cm - Samantha Delight (17)
rm - Thomas Hayley (18)
lw - Amber Sunday (19)
st - Killian North (17)
rw - Yuka Hikaru (18)

Coach: Zeyan Chardan (44)
Mirage United
gk - Billy Hou (17)
lb - Cecilia Nevkovic (17)
cb - Lando Duran (18)
cb - Imayla Gossart (19)
rb - Gordon Herz (17)
lm - Ella Hood (18)
cm - Scarlett Avaron (16)
rm - Shura Tengoku (18)
lw - Nicolas Barrington (19)
st - Horus Houdini (17)
rw - Rania Hocus (18)

Coach: Direm Hassan (39)
Prominence FC Starting XI
gk - Romero Vargas (18)
lb - Michela Guarano (17)
cb - Renaldo Ibarra (17)
cb - Claudia Torres (18)
rb - Minh Wu (18)
lm - Rosemary Reynolds (19)
cm - Gianluca Olivario (19)
rm - Sonya Bregoria (16)
lw - Enrico Dagano (18)
st - Andrea Valentini (17)
rw - Sienna Diamanti (16)

Coach: Ricardo Pescado (35)
The Lagoon Starting XI
gk - Juanez Ortesso (19)
lb - Helena Mendes (17)
cb - Xuan-hu (18)
cb - Lola Sinqueda (18)
rb - Louis Marez (18)
lm - Kendra Bridgers (19)
cm - Faye Sky (16)
rm - Indyra Veloso (17)
lw - Bart Van Dorensteyn (19)
st - Ulymia Ovega (18)
rw - Lorre Bluefield (17)

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Postby The 14 Stars » Sat Jan 01, 2022 8:22 am

Starsian Super League

Season starting with a bang!

Dear people of the multiverse, today it has finally started the one and the only Starsian Super League, the competition that will determine who is the best soccer team in our entire country of 5,5 billion people.
Blizzard Academy is this year the favourite due to their talented squad but also strong victories last year managing to beat Omega last years runners up only in the last matchdays before the season ended.
Also teams like the Desert Lions and Amazona United will be willing to take back their top 10 spots this season, but before this starts we have a word from the new soccer association's president Arthuro Petronio.

''Today we start a new chapter, a new chapter in Starsian soccer where we play no longer like we used to.
We don't need special post-human skill to aid us, we can play without destroying our opponents in the most literal form of the word and it is against our pride as soccer association and soccer players.
We this year may even welcome more foreign guests, i welcome you to our country and our soccer and we hope to see great things.
With this said, let the competition begin!''

Competition start

Amazona United 1–0 Prominence FC
Ancient Forest FC 2–2 The Lagoon
Blizzard Academy 3–2 Mirage United
Port Vale FC 0–2 Almighty Faith
Desert Lions 0–1 Universal FC
Greenville FC 0–1 Black Rose Academy
Haunted FC 1–0 Red Bison
Mount Olympus FC 2–1 Phoenix United
Omega 0–2 Orion

New champions Blizzard played their first match at home, Mirage United was their opponent and they were seen as a preparation for their multiverse match against a Xannerian team soon.
But nothing was less true within 45 minutes Mirage was two goals ahead of Blizzard because of the lack of a game-maker and seemingly the teams mood being quite off for the time being respectively Roy Hurron and Duncan Brozov scored.
In the second half however no mater how good Joy Sol the game-maker of Mirage was, she is still a 19 year old and she can't do everything alone against the superior individual quality of these player of Blizzard.
They could see one and only top scorer of last year Holly Moonlight make a hattrick with 2 goals and a penalty after a foul by Adam Gushin who after VAR intervention got a penalty and yellow.

They weren't the only team struggling, Amazona United had a terrible season last year but with Milo Griffin as new coach things could change especially against a seemingly weak Prominence FC.
But Prominence was far from weak, they played fierce and pressured Amazona constantly and made great dynamic plays when they did have the ball with Joyce Villegas as only major player on their team right now.
However Amazona United was still a bit too much for them, after a very entertaining first half it was all Amazona in the second half with Klaus Meyer directing the game and Charlie Neville leading the defense efforts.
Prominence was mainly made up of second choice players from major teams and especially against strong attack minded teams they were vulnerable which resulted in finally the first goal going to Amazona scored by Wendy Turner.
She is one of the hopefuls for the national team and has a good chance of being called to replace Maximillian Flare after WC90.

Prominence FC 0–3 Orion
Phoenix United 1–3 Omega
Red Bison 0–2 Mount Olympus FC
Black Rose Academy 0–1 Haunted FC
Universal FC 2–1 Greenville FC
Almighty Faith 1–0 Desert Lions
Mirage United 3–2 Port Vale FC
The Lagoon 2–4 Blizzard Academy
Amazona United 2–0 Ancient Forest FC

Today the first match on the program was Prominence against Orion, we all know the famous stories about Orion last year and even this year they started really well and have set their sights on the championship.
After kicking off it was already very clear, Prominence was an okay team but did not have enough skill to start anything against Orion with many foreign reinforcements and also NT captain Morris Valerian on their side who also scored the first goal.
Prominence came back and also had some good chances but Chromatik goalkeeper Rose Gabin fiercely stopped every shot coming at her continuing her impressive preformance of last year hoping to bring her team more points.
After halftime Prominence's players got tired and so got Orion but the diffrence in skill was clear, but it was a top rank team against a new league conteder so ofcourse the outcome was clear.
Another foreigner from Pyazhnaya named Lilia Tataurova who was less known last year scored twice in this match bringing her total at 3 goals in two matches showing this young 21 year old's great improvements.

Meanwhile Omega who had lost their first match against that same Orion now were up against Phoenix United and Phoenix was in bad shape this season start with losing the first match against Mount Olympus.
Not much improvement was show there and fellow NT player of Flare and Omega captain Kira blade opened the score early and later in the first half Rex Remington brought the score to two goals ahead before half time.
In the second half Phoenix tried to come back and did have a bit of good effort with Maximillian Flare stealing one point from them but before they could even think of the equalizer Kira Blade did put an end to it with another goal.

Ancient Forest FC 0–0 Prominence FC
Blizzard Academy 1–0 Amazona United
Port Vale FC 3–0 The Lagoon
Desert Lions 1–0 Mirage United
Greenville FC 1–1 Almighty Faith
Haunted FC 0–1 Universal FC
Mount Olympus FC 1–3 Black Rose Academy
Omega 0–1 Red Bison
Orion 2–1 Phoenix United

Port Vale who had not won much until now played their 3rd match against the Lagoon, we all know by now both Prominence and the Lagoon aren't that great teams and Port Vale had good hopes here.
Without any effort their offense seemed to cut through the Lagoon's defense and they were directly under pressure from the start like they had been at all times until now despite their best efforts to somewhat improve from here on out.
Within 25 minutes the first goal was made, alot of mistakes with the positioning of the opposing defence gave old veteran Thomas Dunwell the chance for a header that went past the goalie putting his team ahead.
Without further struggle they went to half time, the Lagoon's coach knew he had a shit team and no financial funds to bring any improvements but he hoped for the best and all he could do was motivate his players now.
But even in the second half with that motivation it was Jessica Heartfeld who scored two more goals bringing the final score to three against entirely nothing in an ashaming match for the Lagoon.

Further ever average Black Rose took on Olympus, while Olympus was good their team work was utterly crap to say it nicely and this showed against an average Black Rose that was very much a team.
Christian Fourseasons was the first to score but a minute after the score was equal and three minutes after they were already a point behind due to unrest in their team among the defender blaming eachother for their mistakes.
both goals were made by Colette Arselle who usually is more to draw attention rather then score but in this case she was the lucky girl to make the goals for her team today.
In the second half the unrest continued and Black Rose took advantage but this did not mean they were completely helpless, Olympus still did put up a good fight despite being a point behind, but finally the youngest member Dilara Sarrant who is only 18 years old scored the last goal of the match sealing the victory for her team and making herself an important player of this match.

Prominence FC 2–2 Phoenix United
Red Bison 0–1 Orion
Black Rose Academy 1–2 Omega
Universal FC 1–0 Mount Olympus FC
Almighty Faith 3–1 Haunted FC
Mirage United 2–0 Greenville FC
The Lagoon 2–0 Desert Lions
Amazona United 1–1 Port Vale FC
Ancient Forest FC 1–4 Blizzard Academy

While the Lagoon was not the best team they were still motivated and one day it had bring results right? well today it would against the Desert Lions who no longer were considered a strong side by now.
Some of their players were really trying to develop and this was showing, however the rest of their team wasn't which was why winning was hard but against an equally bad team by now it would be their first win.
Their new right back Samir Arash at the Lions made so many mistakes that it really backfired often with Jocelyn Pineda scoring the first goal in the first half and Dante Acosta made another one in the second half bringing them to a two against nothing win easily.

Meanwhile championship team Blizzard was on a roll, they won one match after the other going from strenght to strength and today their game against Ancient Forest was a really easy one aswell.
Even with a Nepharan on their side Ancient Forest still was not a good team as a whole, but thats not why they signed the 29 year old Steed Beister only they had a lot more tasks for him.
He was entasked with elevating their whole club to a higher level, he was asked to use his experience to bring forth new talented players even if that meant being devastated today by a hattrick from Holly Moonlight once again and one goal and one from Preston Woodburn.
In the second half the Nepharan showed the true diffrence, he played himself through the entire Blizzard team on his own and scored for his team showing them that Starsian and Nepharan soccer are a whole world apart.

Blizzard Academy 2–1 Prominence FC
Port Vale FC 2–1 Ancient Forest FC
Desert Lions 1–1 Amazona United
Greenville FC 1–0 The Lagoon
Haunted FC 3–1 Mirage United
Mount Olympus FC 2–3 Almighty Faith
Omega 2–2 Universal FC
Orion 1–0 Black Rose Academy
Phoenix United 0–2 Red Bison

Phoenix United which had a terrible season yet got today another upset, Red Bison had been doing decently even if it still wasn't really good but they also had a new strong foreign player although she got carded alot.
Mallory Gomez a new right back from Cassadaigua, today would her day be alot more bright against the helpless Phoenix United because with a corner the ball was headed away but right into her feet.
Without doubts she took her chances and through the chaos she scored! her first goal for her new team and that was not everything to happen as she was able to prevent multiple counters with very good defending and assist the attack.
It was discovered by Coach Quentin Ramirez that Mallory Gomez functions better as an RWB then an RB with her power and speed which she proved by giving a great assist on Victoria Tolisso who scored the second goal.

Mount Olympus on the other hand also had a great upset against Almigthy Faith, they had one of the greatest striker talents it seemed with Jessica Nolan who was on a roll this season while Olympus struggled internally.
Christiana Love proved to be a problem child who was unfitting as captain, today was her last match as captain as she was sent off with a red card after making a very cruel sliding totally not aiming for the ball.
All goals were made in the second half, Jessica Nolan scored a hattrick taking advantage of the chaos while Christian Fourseasons tried to close the gap with two goals of his own but it was not enough to keep his team from dropping even more points.
Christian was also announced as new captain for the rest of the season.

Top scorers

1 - Holly Moonlight 11 goals in 5 matches (Blizzard Academy)
2 - Jessica Nolan 9 goals in 5 matches (Almigthy Faith)
3 - Lilia Tataurova 6 goals in 5 matches (Orion, Pyazhnaya)
4 - Wendy Turner, Jocelyn Pineda, Roy Hurron, Christian Fourseasons, Jessica Heartfeld (shared 4th place with 5 goals in 5 matches)
5 - Maximillian Flare, Kira Blade and Becky Ray (Shared 5th place with 4 goals in 5 matches)

Standings after 5 matches

*                         Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Blizzard Academy 5 5 0 0 14 6 +8 15
2 Orion 5 5 0 0 9 1 +8 15
3 Almighty Faith 5 4 1 0 10 4 +6 13
4 Universal FC 5 4 1 0 7 3 +4 13
5 Haunted FC 5 3 0 2 6 5 +1 9
6 Amazona United 5 2 2 1 5 3 +2 8
7 Port Vale FC 5 2 1 2 8 7 +1 7
8 Omega 5 2 1 2 7 7 0 7
9 Black Rose Academy 5 2 0 3 5 5 0 6
10 Mirage United 5 2 0 3 8 9 −1 6
11 Mount Olympus FC 5 2 0 3 7 8 −1 6
12 Red Bison 5 2 0 3 3 4 −1 6
13 Greenville FC 5 1 1 3 3 6 −3 4
14 Desert Lions 5 1 1 3 2 5 −3 4
15 The Lagoon 5 1 1 3 6 10 −4 4
16 Prominence FC 5 0 2 3 3 8 −5 2
17 Ancient Forest FC 5 0 2 3 4 10 −6 2
18 Phoenix United 5 0 1 4 5 11 −6 1

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Postby The 14 Stars » Mon Jan 03, 2022 3:18 am

Starsian Youth League

Season start

Hey hello folks, today instead of senior soccer we bring you the news about our up and coming stars, yes the U19 league of the 14 Stars where all young prospects play awaiting the day to debut in the first team.
Among these players are alot of international for the U18 and U21 teams aswell with the recent great run of our U18 going all the way into the round of 16 was a great achievement.
It also shows alot of great talent is on its way and Starsian soccer is only becoming stronger.

In any case lets look at the matches.

Red Bison U19 0–0 the Lagoon U19
Port Vale FC U19 0–1 Prominence FC U19
Phoenix United U19 2–0 Mirage United U19
Orion U19 0–2 Universal FC U19
Omega U19 2–0 Almighty Faith U19
Mount Olympus FC U19 1–1 Black Rose Academy U19
Haunted FC U19 3–0 Amazona United U19
Greenville FC U19 2–3 Ancient Forest FC U19
Desert Lions U19 2–0 Blizzard Academy U19

Haunted FC's U19 team took on Amazona's youth in a pretty one sided match, Haunted had to come back from losing Lilith Talisman to the senior team where her skill was very valued now.
Moray Skully was here to replace her an aged 16 winger with potential but Amazona also had some good members like goalie Daniel O'keith who is considered one of the better youth goalies although he had an off day today.
In about fifteen minutes Haunted's pressure broke through the somewhat sloppy defense giving Karina Crow a great opportunity to score the first goal for Haunted this season taking the lead with her team.
Karina's goal broke Amazona's morale a bit as right before half time she once again managed to score with a good assist from Nigel Eagle already going to the second half with a two goal lead by this U21 NT'er.

In the second half Haunted's pressure continued and their opponents were not improving that much, Amazona relied on tactics, formations and pre-defined strategies which at times greatly worked against them.
With a long distance shot Ethan Ember made an end to the struggle of Amazona making a come-back impossible as the rest of the game became a very one sided match with Haunted trying to get to full time.

Meanwhile new side Prominence took on Port Vale with both teams known for fierce games but Port Vale statistically having the better line-up even if Prominence had a few good talents around.
But in youth soccer things can get weird, and the match soon after the start became kinda dead-locked with both teams trying to find the opening or weakness in the formation of the other while playing soccer around the midfield.
In the first half no one managed to give their team the advantage, both teams played very well and had chances but no one managed to finish it for their teams keeping it at zero againt zero.

In the second half this struggle continued, but Prominence managed to find some gaps in the formation which was especially not really strong against the long high pass which they started using.
With this new tactic it was finally after 80 minutes Sienna Diamanti who put her team in the lead and made the winning goal securing some very important points for her team Prominence here which did better then the seniors.

the Lagoon U19 2–1 Blizzard Academy U19
Ancient Forest FC U19 0–2 Desert Lions U19
Amazona United U19 0–1 Greenville FC U19
Black Rose Academy U19 0–1 Haunted FC U19
Almighty Faith U19 1–3 Mount Olympus FC U19
Universal FC U19 1–1 Omega U19
Mirage United U19 2–1 Orion U19
Prominence FC U19 1–1 Phoenix United U19
Red Bison U19 0–1 Port Vale FC U19

As bad as the Desert Lions did in the senior league thats how good they do with their youth, especially with a strong set of forwards they seem on a roll beating Ancient Forest today who managed to pull a win earlier in matchday 1.
They seemed to have no chance, the Lions are known for strong physical power and endless looking stamina which they today showed once more to be a superior side to them earning a comfortable win with two goals from Ibrahimov.

Meanwhile Port Vale got their revenge for their earlier loss, they were up against Red Bison a team not matching them in skill and today their true potential finally was shown to the world.
Great combination plays could be seen across the field with the team members having their full trust in eachother no matter what with having good coaching from their defense and newly joined Monica Ayane turned out to be a great game-maker even if she is currently playing as LM she could without a doubt also play a CM position if it was ever needed.
Roselina Mikayla decided the score with the only goal and became matchwinner for them.

Port Vale FC U19 1–0 the Lagoon U19
Phoenix United U19 2–0 Red Bison U19
Orion U19 3–0 Prominence FC U19
Omega U19 4–1 Mirage United U19
Mount Olympus FC U19 1–2 Universal FC U19
Haunted FC U19 1–0 Almighty Faith U19
Greenville FC U19 0–2 Black Rose Academy U19
Desert Lions U19 2–1 Amazona United U19
Blizzard Academy U19 2–2 Ancient Forest FC U19

Omega takes on Mirage, and when you see those names we can immediately guess who is gonna win that without a doubt.
With their governmental funding Omega can field some of the top class NT players and ones with great potential ahead of them resulting in 2 goals by Rasmus Berg, 1 by Iris Avalon and 1 Jonas Volt who destroy their opponent with little effort.
the best Mirage could do was hold them off and keep the score low with them being able to strike back one time with a goal by Rania Hocus from distance combined with a good amount of luck at this one.

Orion against Prominence was no diffrent, Orion had a bright future with their youth and one of their biggest talents Viper von Lisenburg managed to do what Holly Moonlight did in the senior league twice this season.
He scored 3 goals within 45 minutes of game time bringing his team to a very easy win and leaving the Prominence players devastated and confused after the match to what happened in that first half.

the Lagoon U19 0–1 Ancient Forest FC U19
Amazona United U19 0–0 Blizzard Academy U19
Black Rose Academy U19 0–1 Desert Lions U19
Almighty Faith U19 2–0 Greenville FC U19
Universal FC U19 3–1 Haunted FC U19
Mirage United U19 1–2 Mount Olympus FC U19
Prominence FC U19 1–0 Omega U19
Red Bison U19 1–1 Orion U19
Port Vale FC U19 1–0 Phoenix United U19

Haunted FC who were doing pretty good had their first upset today against Universal one of the mediocre teams who always can cause an upset with their few talents and decent team plays although it is not exceptional.
however Haunted started really well with Karina Crow scoring firstly but it got quickly overturned by two goals of Amber Sunday and in the second half a third one from a corner headed in by Killian North.

Only the Desert Lions got no dropped points yet as they played Black Rose today, it was a simple but boring match from a currently top team however points are points even if it has to be done in this way.
One goal was all that was needed and all that the fans got Mirash Mustafir was the lucky one to score it and won the match for his team.

Phoenix United U19 3–2 the Lagoon U19
Orion U19 0–1 Port Vale FC U19
Omega U19 0–2 Red Bison U19
Mount Olympus FC U19 1–0 Prominence FC U19
Haunted FC U19 2–0 Mirage United U19
Greenville FC U19 1–0 Universal FC U19
Desert Lions U19 0–0 Almighty Faith U19
Blizzard Academy U19 2–2 Black Rose Academy U19
Ancient Forest FC U19 3–0 Amazona United U19


1 - Amber Sunday 6 goals in 5 matches (Universal FC)

Standings Youth League after 5 Matches

*                             Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Desert Lions U19 5 4 1 0 7 1 +6 13
2 Haunted FC U19 5 4 0 1 8 3 +5 12
3 Port Vale FC U19 5 4 0 1 4 1 +3 12
4 Phoenix United U19 5 3 1 1 8 4 +4 10
Universal FC U19 5 3 1 1 8 4 +4 10
6 Ancient Forest FC U19 5 3 1 1 9 6 +3 10
7 Mount Olympus FC U19 5 3 1 1 8 5 +3 10
8 Omega U19 5 2 1 2 7 5 +2 7
9 Prominence FC U19 5 2 1 2 3 5 −2 7
10 Greenville FC U19 5 2 0 3 4 7 −3 6
11 Black Rose Academy U19 5 1 2 2 5 5 0 5
12 Red Bison U19 5 1 2 2 3 4 −1 5
13 Orion U19 5 1 1 3 5 6 −1 4
14 the Lagoon U19 5 1 1 3 4 6 −2 4
15 Almighty Faith U19 5 1 1 3 3 6 −3 4
16 Blizzard Academy U19 5 0 3 2 5 8 −3 3
17 Mirage United U19 5 1 0 4 4 11 −7 3
18 Amazona United U19 5 0 1 4 1 9 −8 1

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Postby The 14 Stars » Tue Jan 04, 2022 3:27 am

Starsian Super League

Change of the heart

We are back with the Starsian Super League, after a great start for Blizzard and Orion we look forward to see if they can keep up their great playing or if teams like Almighty Faith and Universal could catch up.
More importantly we will be looking at Phoenix United who are currently placed last while they are actually statistically a top tier squad and will Mount Olympus win more matches with their new signing Nino Espinoza?

Without further delay lets look at that!

Prominence FC 0–1 Red Bison
Black Rose Academy 0–0 Phoenix United
Universal FC 0–0 Orion
Almighty Faith 0–1 Omega
Mirage United 1–1 Mount Olympus FC
The Lagoon 0–0 Haunted FC
Amazona United 2–0 Greenville FC
Ancient Forest FC 1–0 Desert Lions
Blizzard Academy 1–0 Port Vale FC

Amazona United has been doing quite well this season compared to last time, they might even look to enter the top 5 soon but first they will have to get past the always quite decent Greenville.
With a few NT'ers on both sides it is bound to be a great match but seemingly Amazona starts better with a series of small attacks at which Greenville defends well and also has chances with the counter here, however within the first half the first goal would be going to Amazona United through a well taken corner that was headed in.
Wendy Turner scored the goal making herself incredibly worthful for the team and gives them an advantage in the second half while Greenville will seek to take back that point.

In the second half Greenville sent up a storm of attacks but coming to nothing, especially with an average offense relying on Jill Swyndon mainly it is visible that they are struggling with Amazona.
With even more trouble brought by a second Amazona United goal, this time it was Vito Kingsley going for the first goal of his season being a reliable yet average winger he will be very happy with the goal no doubt as it also decided the final score.

Further Red Bison took on Prominence, as expected even Red Bison couldn't lose to these people what did not happen ofcourse.
They mainly had a trouble with their young goalie who needed alot more experienced but aside from that Red Bison was a very fine team and played their way through Prominence FC easily as all teams before them.

However the first half they could still hold them from scoring, but this wasn't the case in the second half when higher pressure was applied by the offense and Victoria Tolisso took advantage from a defensive mistake by Lesley Blair and scored the winning goal that gave Red Bison 3 very needed points if they wanted a shot at Multiverse soccer.

Port Vale FC 0–0 Prominence FC
Desert Lions 1–0 Blizzard Academy
Greenville FC 0–0 Ancient Forest FC
Haunted FC 1–3 Amazona United
Mount Olympus FC 2–0 The Lagoon
Omega 2–1 Mirage United
Orion 1–1 Almighty Faith
Phoenix United 0–1 Universal FC
Red Bison 0–1 Black Rose Academy

Blizzard Academy who were on a roll were supposed to win by a great margin but ended up with a horrible upset today, they played away against the Desert Lions a team formerly good but mediocre now.
However today they played incredibly well and overwhelmed Blizzard Academy who did not expect a fierce fight and within 10 minutes veteran player Walid Shamarani signed for the first goal putting Blizzard at a loss.

Despite trying to overturn the score the defense was kept very tight and their new youngster Samir Arash played exceptionally well with the Lions today showing exactly why they made him join the senior team as a starter.
This match was filled with attacks from Blizzard but time eventually ran out and their first loss was a fact here, no one thought it was possible but Blizzard actually lost their first match after a winning streak of 6 full games.

In another match Omega took on Mirage United, everyone knew Omega was a strong team yet no one liked to see them winning for the fact the government itself funded the entire team.
However their plays even today could be only described as pure class with great teamwork between Kira Blade and Rex Remington the two top strikers of Omega who scored two goals within 30 minutes to set the pace of the game, in the first half nearly no offense from Mirage was seen while they tried to defend themselves against more goals going in from those two.

While it is true Kira and Rex are great strikers some rumours say there is more going on behind the scenes, but thats a story for another time as Mirage was in the second half way more offensive and daring.
They even managed to take back a point scored by Roy Hurron who was having a fairly good season so far being a point of great assistance for his team aswell as helping Joy Sol to make that bridge between midfield and attack, but this couldn't avoid their loss here.

Prominence FC 1–2 Black Rose Academy
Universal FC 0–1 Red Bison
Almighty Faith 0–3 Phoenix United
Mirage United 0–1 Orion
The Lagoon 0–0 Omega
Amazona United 0–1 Mount Olympus FC
Ancient Forest FC 4–0 Haunted FC
Blizzard Academy 2–0 Greenville FC
Port Vale FC 3–0 Desert Lions

Today Phoenix United had a new match awaiting their opponent a strong one it seemed, Almigthy Faith.
Maximillian Flare the ace of Phoenix hadn't been able to do alot for his team lately, he could score many goals for them but if the ball never reaches him to begin with it is quite hard to make that happen.
But as they kicked off he decided for himself to give it his best like always, he did not have much years anymore he knew that too but he refused to consider himself old yet he had been the best player for so many years and he did not intend on giving it up yet.
In the first half no goals were scored especially because Almigthy Faith had one weapon to strike, new striker Jessica Nolan who curently was one of the top scorers of the season together with Blizzard's ace.

But in the second half it started to roll for Phoenix and with the first ball Flare got he immediately turned around avoiding his opponents and shooting aimed at the top corner which it did reach.
It did not stop here Flare was genuinely serious about wanting to bring Phoenix to the top and showed this by scoring two additional goals on his own with assists from Esmeralda Fernandez who always had been a great supportive winger he could rely on, this match ended good but he knew there was a very long way to go yet.

Another weird match was Ancient Forest against Haunted FC the two weirdest teams facing off, the weird language and names of Ancient Forest always did confuse some but this wasn't all.
Their style of soccer had no strategy they just played with their feelings in mind and some of them were prettty talented which also was seen today were Xemaxu Tema and Ima Owoi destroyed Haunted with 4 goals in just 45 minutes only.

They did play a second half but none of the Haunted players seemed to have any motivation after that and with a few chances it ended in a massive upset and surprise by a team that usually should be not that good.
Only time will tell how they develop and if they can be real contender for a top 10 spot although it is unlikely for now.

Desert Lions 1–1 Prominence FC
Greenville FC 0–0 Port Vale FC
Haunted FC 2–0 Blizzard Academy
Mount Olympus FC 0–1 Ancient Forest FC
Omega 0–0 Amazona United
Orion 3–0 The Lagoon
Phoenix United 2–2 Mirage United
Red Bison 1–2 Almighty Faith
Black Rose Academy 2–1 Universal FC

Blizzard losing once is already weird but them losing the lead of the league was something we didn't expect.
Blizzard played against Haunted FC which is a talented yet not exceptional team but with alot of big names and the Talisman siblings that really have been doing well so far, they are a really good team and play individually strong aswell.
With good combination play they managed to catch Blizzard by surprise seeing Joseph Talisman after a series of quick short passing scoring the first goal for Haunted.
Blizzard had good chances too but Dough Bethune from Brookstation was determined to keep a clean sheet not to mention a bit of help from the goalpost aswell a few times.

In the second half they managed to strike again, this time it was younger sister Lilith that scored making it two goals diffrence and seemingly also the deciding one for this match as it broke Blizzard's confidence.
They kept fighting till the last minute nonehtless but to no avail, Haunted FC was a bit too strong today and as Orion had won their match they were currently dropping to runners up and Orion took first place.

A bit further was olympus against Ancient Forest, Olympus also did look down on them but they knew they were good now.
In the last 3 matches Christiana Love had been placed on the bench and had not been subbed in in any case, her replacement was a young man named Nino Espinoza who was from Red Bison's U19 Academy.
He was an excellent creative midfielder but at times lacked a bit of experience and calmth in his plays but with the right guidance could be a top notch player although not today.

This match was in a dead-lock and with a bit of an unlucky corner Ancient Forest scored Ima Owoi being the one making that goal and with a really crap feeling the match ended with a bit of an un-deserved goal.
Not only was it poorly defended but it was also a controversial goal as their would have been made a foul but the referee said that there wasn't and ignored the video ref in this case.

Prominence FC 0–1 Universal FC
Almighty Faith 1–2 Black Rose Academy
Mirage United 2–0 Red Bison
The Lagoon 1–3 Phoenix United
Amazona United 0–1 Orion
Ancient Forest FC 0–2 Omega
Blizzard Academy 0–1 Mount Olympus FC
Port Vale FC 1–0 Haunted FC
Desert Lions 0–0 Greenville FC

Phoenix took on the Lagoon and as we all would have expected they defeated them, Flare once again made a good impression with a hattrick and Jocelyn Pineda scoring once for the Lagoon showing herself to be a capable player.
Its speculated that Jocelyn might be able to move up to a better team if she coninues to be a leading asset in her team.

Mount Olympus made the life of Blizzard worse by winning thanks to Christian Fourseasons scoring a goal, there was no doubt that Blizzard now in this part of the season is slightly getting worse.
Orion are ahead by a good amount now and if they wanna keep up they have to keep winning.


1 - Holly Moonlight 14 goals in 10 matches (Blizzard Academy)
2 - Maximillian Flare and Lilia Tataurova (Pyazhnaya) both 12 goals in 10 matches (Phoenix United and Orion)
3 - Jessica Nolan 11 goals in 10 matches (Amigthy Faith)
4 - Christian Fourseasons 10 goals in 10 matches (Mount Olympus FC)
5 - Wendy Turner 8 goals in 10 matches (Amazona United)

Standings after 10 matches

*                         Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Orion 10 8 2 0 15 2 +13 26
2 Blizzard Academy 10 7 0 3 17 10 +7 21
3 Universal FC 10 6 2 2 10 6 +4 20
4 Black Rose Academy 10 6 1 3 12 8 +4 19
5 Omega 10 5 3 2 12 8 +4 18
6 Almighty Faith 10 5 2 3 14 12 +2 17
7 Mount Olympus FC 10 5 1 4 12 10 +2 16
8 Port Vale FC 10 4 3 3 12 8 +4 15
9 Amazona United 10 4 3 3 10 6 +4 15
10 Haunted FC 10 4 1 5 9 13 −4 13
11 Ancient Forest FC 10 3 3 4 10 12 −2 12
12 Red Bison 10 4 0 6 6 9 −3 12
13 Mirage United 10 3 2 5 14 15 −1 11
14 Phoenix United 10 2 3 5 13 15 −2 9
15 Desert Lions 10 2 3 5 4 10 −6 9
16 Greenville FC 10 1 4 5 3 10 −7 7
17 The Lagoon 10 1 3 6 7 18 −11 6
18 Prominence FC 10 0 4 6 5 13 −8 4

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Postby The 14 Stars » Wed Jan 05, 2022 2:35 am

Starsian Youth League

Hey there its time for the youth league again, unfortunately due to a lack of time i won't be rping it like i do my other league because it simply can't be done with the little amount of time i got.
So with that out of the way lets see how the results are today in matchdays five until ten.

the Lagoon U19 1–1 Amazona United U19
Black Rose Academy U19 2–0 Ancient Forest FC U19
Almighty Faith U19 1–5 Blizzard Academy U19
Universal FC U19 2–0 Desert Lions U19
Mirage United U19 1–2 Greenville FC U19
Prominence FC U19 1–0 Haunted FC U19
Red Bison U19 1–0 Mount Olympus FC U19
Port Vale FC U19 0–0 Omega U19
Phoenix United U19 0–0 Orion U19

We can see alot of teams were pretty evenly match this time, however Blizzard took their points and is looking to get higher in the ranks, it is after all a bit ashaming for the champions U19 team to be at the bottom.

Orion U19 4–2 the Lagoon U19
Omega U19 0–1 Phoenix United U19
Mount Olympus FC U19 0–1 Port Vale FC U19
Haunted FC U19 2–1 Red Bison U19
Greenville FC U19 0–1 Prominence FC U19
Desert Lions U19 3–3 Mirage United U19
Blizzard Academy U19 4–1 Universal FC U19
Ancient Forest FC U19 0–3 Almighty Faith U19
Amazona United U19 2–0 Black Rose Academy U19

Alot of high scoring games here, the forwards were good and this results also in a shift in the rankings, not to mention some teams doing way better then their senior counterparts here.

the Lagoon U19 1–0 Black Rose Academy U19
Almighty Faith U19 3–1 Amazona United U19
Universal FC U19 0–0 Ancient Forest FC U19
Mirage United U19 1–1 Blizzard Academy U19
Prominence FC U19 1–0 Desert Lions U19
Red Bison U19 0–0 Greenville FC U19
Port Vale FC U19 0–1 Haunted FC U19
Phoenix United U19 1–2 Mount Olympus FC U19
Orion U19 0–1 Omega U19

Surprise upset for Black Rose here, further alot of teams with low scoring games but important ones to the rankings.

Omega U19 0–1 the Lagoon U19
Mount Olympus FC U19 2–1 Orion U19
Haunted FC U19 0–1 Phoenix United U19
Greenville FC U19 2–1 Port Vale FC U19
Desert Lions U19 2–0 Red Bison U19
Blizzard Academy U19 0–1 Prominence FC U19
Ancient Forest FC U19 2–2 Mirage United U19
Amazona United U19 1–2 Universal FC U19
Black Rose Academy U19 4–0 Almighty Faith U19

One of the newly promoted teams takes 1st place while Black Rose destroyed Almighty Faith in a high scoring match.

the Lagoon U19 0–0 Almighty Faith U19
Universal FC U19 1–0 Black Rose Academy U19
Mirage United U19 1–0 Amazona United U19
Prominence FC U19 0–0 Ancient Forest FC U19
Red Bison U19 1–1 Blizzard Academy U19
Port Vale FC U19 0–2 Desert Lions U19
Phoenix United U19 1–0 Greenville FC U19
Orion U19 0–0 Haunted FC U19
Omega U19 0–1 Mount Olympus FC U19

Standings after 10 matches

*                             Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Desert Lions U19 10 6 2 2 14 7 +7 20
2 Phoenix United U19 10 6 2 2 12 6 +6 20
3 Universal FC U19 10 6 2 2 14 9 +5 20
4 Prominence FC U19 10 6 2 2 7 5 +2 20
5 Haunted FC U19 10 6 1 3 11 6 +5 19
6 Mount Olympus FC U19 10 6 1 3 13 9 +4 19
7 Port Vale FC U19 10 5 1 4 6 6 0 16
8 Ancient Forest FC U19 10 3 4 3 11 13 −2 13
9 Greenville FC U19 10 4 1 5 8 11 −3 13
10 the Lagoon U19 10 3 3 4 9 11 −2 12
11 Blizzard Academy U19 10 2 5 3 16 13 +3 11
12 Black Rose Academy U19 10 3 2 5 11 9 +2 11
13 Omega U19 10 3 2 5 8 8 0 11
14 Almighty Faith U19 10 3 2 5 10 16 −6 11
15 Red Bison U19 10 2 4 4 6 9 −3 10
16 Orion U19 10 2 3 5 10 11 −1 9
17 Mirage United U19 10 2 3 5 12 19 −7 9
18 Amazona United U19 10 1 2 7 6 16 −10 5

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Postby The 14 Stars » Thu Jan 06, 2022 6:34 am

Starsian Super League

End of IFCF matches and full focus on the league

Welcome to a new part of our league, we have seen alot of great victories, upsets and new names rising this season but who will be nearly halfway through the season the best team there is?
Chances are there for both Orion and Blizzard while other teams like Phoenix are happy with every point they can get, but from here on it will be even more intense and more exciting to see how the next matches will unfold!

Greenville FC 2–0 Prominence FC
Haunted FC 1–1 Desert Lions
Mount Olympus FC 4–0 Port Vale FC
Omega 3–0 Blizzard Academy
Orion 2–1 Ancient Forest FC
Phoenix United 0–0 Amazona United
Red Bison 0–0 The Lagoon
Black Rose Academy 2–0 Mirage United
Universal FC 0–1 Almighty Faith

Greenville has had a rough season so far, they were pretty good last year but there is no doubt that this year isn't as good.
Even with a good amount of international players they haven't been living up the expectations this season but today was a great chance against Prominence FC to take some points and increase their chances.
From the first minute on Greenville's intense plays overwhelmed their opponents also by having the home advantage over Prominence which made it even more great for them to start a good match here.
In the first half despite alot of pressure from Greenville they couldn't seem to find the net with also good defence from McGrath who seems to be a somewhat competent defender.

In the second half quickly after the start Jill Swyndon opened the score for Greenville with her incredible speed and skill to strike quickly with the opponent being unable to anticipate on this in time.
But this wasn't the only goal because ofcourse their own striker Lisa Blackburn couldn't stay behind and managed to score a penalty given in the 82th minute after a foul by Larssen on McArthur in the box during a corner.

In another match Universal and Almighty Faith had a match where two of the youngest talents faced off, both Soraya Mona a creative midfielder and excellent game maker for her team Universal.
But on the other side Almighty's ace striker Jessica Nolan who even scored internationally for the U18 team and currently was preparing to go with the U21 team to participate in the U21 world cup later.
So it was expected that this match was won by Almigthy because of that same Jessica Nolan who scored the only goal after an excellent combination between her team resulting in a 1 v 1 with the goalie which she won.

Prominence FC 2–1 Almighty Faith
Mirage United 0–1 Universal FC
The Lagoon 1–0 Black Rose Academy
Amazona United 0–0 Red Bison
Ancient Forest FC 0–1 Phoenix United
Blizzard Academy 1–1 Orion
Port Vale FC 0–1 Omega
Desert Lions 0–3 Mount Olympus FC
Greenville FC 0–1 Haunted FC

Mount Olympus had been doing very well since Christiana Love was put aside, she had incredible skill but she was a problem child that dragged the team down and her replacement was nearly as good.
Their match with the Desert Lions was not even a match, it was a show of extraordinary skill with one goal after the other with quick and strong combination plays mixed with Beautiful individual actions aswell.
Ace striker Christian Fourseasons had the honor to make a hattrick today with two goals in te first half and one to finish it in the second half.

The Lagoon was a club without future, current reforms were already anounced and alot of players were afraid of being replaced since the club would be changing owners and a rich Starsian would be in charge.
One of the big names in the industrial world, Ayden Snowden who also had made investments in Blizzard Academy in the past and brough them to their current level would be the owner of the club and would completely redesign it next season, but they still had matches to play and every player now wanted to show their best to just not lose their income.

Today Black Rose was the opponent a club that could surprise and was having a great season, meanwhile the Lagoon was in complete chaos and that was clearly visible to Black Rose who used a B-team to take them on.
Either substitutes or U19 players replaced the important Sarrant and Arselle who were given a rest while they watched their team play against a struggling Lagoon that was currently holding last place.
However they did not score and this remained the same until the 88th minute when Jocelyn Pineda scored the goal and made her whole team go crazy taking a suprise win over Black Rose.

Haunted FC 0–1 Prominence FC
Mount Olympus FC 0–2 Greenville FC
Omega 2–2 Desert Lions
Orion 3–1 Port Vale FC
Phoenix United 0–1 Blizzard Academy
Red Bison 2–0 Ancient Forest FC
Black Rose Academy 0–1 Amazona United
Universal FC 0–1 The Lagoon
Almighty Faith 4–1 Mirage United

the Lagoon after last win has taken a new step towards more points by once again causing a major upset, this time Universal was the victim losing to them even though they were the better team all match long.
But once again their captain for now Jocelyn Pineda saved the Lagoon by scoring a goal all on her own playing herself through 5 defenders before scoring a goal in the top corner in a show of pure skill from her side.

Also Prominence caused another upset aswell to Haunted FC a team considered good but Prominence also has a star player, Joyce Villegas who made their only goal in a match that was pretty even for both teams.
However this will cost Haunted FC alot of points that they need if they want to keep chance at IFCF next season.

Prominence FC 0–1 Mirage United
The Lagoon 1–0 Almighty Faith
Amazona United 2–0 Universal FC
Ancient Forest FC 0–3 Black Rose Academy
Blizzard Academy 1–0 Red Bison
Port Vale FC 0–0 Phoenix United
Desert Lions 2–2 Orion
Greenville FC 1–2 Omega
Haunted FC 0–0 Mount Olympus FC

Today Omega took on Greenville and from the start Omega was willing to win since they were still bitter about their early IFCF exit and wanted to have another shot at it next season for sure.
However Greenville was the first to score thanks to Jill Swyndon the eternal second choice NT'er after her opponent Kira Blade who was responsible for two other goals in the second half marking a narrow win for Omega which places them in second place after Orion.

Meanwhile Blizzard who spent longer internationally was also out of the tournament now, but they sure to use this experience to improve their team to aim for a better result next season against others.
Blizzard was the best team currently in the country but Orion was well on its way to take that title like this although luckily Red Bison wasn't a consistent opponent and they could take the win with a single goal by Holly Moonlight.

Mount Olympus FC 0–2 Prominence FC
Omega 3–0 Haunted FC
Orion 1–0 Greenville FC
Phoenix United 2–3 Desert Lions
Red Bison 2–1 Port Vale FC
Black Rose Academy 0–3 Blizzard Academy
Universal FC 2–1 Ancient Forest FC
Almighty Faith 1–1 Amazona United
Mirage United 2–2 The Lagoon


1 - Holly Moonlight 20 goals in 15 matches (Blizzard Academy)
2 - Lilia Tataurova 18 goals in 15 matches (Orion, Pyazhnaya))
3 - Jessica Nolan 17 goals in 15 matches (Almigthy Faith)
4 - Maximillian Flare 15 goals in 15 matches (Phoenix United)
5 - Kira Blade 13 goals in 15 matches (Omega)

Standings after 15 matches

*                         Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Orion 15 11 4 0 24 7 +17 37
2 Omega 15 9 4 2 23 11 +12 31
3 Blizzard Academy 15 10 1 4 23 14 +9 31
4 Universal FC 15 8 2 5 13 11 +2 26
5 Black Rose Academy 15 8 1 6 17 13 +4 25
6 Amazona United 15 6 6 3 14 7 +7 24
7 Almighty Faith 15 7 3 5 21 17 +4 24
8 Mount Olympus FC 15 7 2 6 19 14 +5 23
9 Red Bison 15 6 2 7 10 11 −1 20
10 Haunted FC 15 5 3 7 11 18 −7 18
11 The Lagoon 15 4 5 6 12 20 −8 17
12 Port Vale FC 15 4 4 7 14 18 −4 16
13 Mirage United 15 4 3 8 18 24 −6 15
14 Desert Lions 15 3 6 6 12 20 −8 15
15 Phoenix United 15 3 5 7 16 19 −3 14
16 Greenville FC 15 3 4 8 8 14 −6 13
17 Prominence FC 15 3 4 8 10 17 −7 13
18 Ancient Forest FC 15 3 3 9 12 22 −10 12



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