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Inferno

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  • Birthday 12/16/1990

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    South of England
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    Football, Music, History
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    LoL
  • Favourite Football Club
    Arsenal
  • Favourite Football Player
    Messi, Fabregas,Robben andJoe Cole

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  1. Re: Active game world Hey, check out English championship 3951, decent set up with a load of forumers in it. Id number is 29181:cool: There are 47 out of 80 teams taken and there's two threads on the forum as well.
  2. Re: English Championship 2050 Arsenal wallop Norwich 6-0 to get our first win of the season, match report coming up later. A strong Newcastle team will be available soon,{again having been managed for no more then a week:rolleyes:}we still need more managers but again only committed ones please:) Edit: Newcastle has been taken by one of the managers in the set up so they aren't going to be available.
  3. Re: English Championship 3951 Disscusion thread Preston beat Blackburn 2-1 to make it a very decent start to this season. 6th is the highest i have been in Division One, i know it's only two games in but it's progress nonetheless. Cheers to the Arsenal manager for loaning me Bendtner:)
  4. Re: Official Arsenal Thread Im just posting this after making a stupid post earlier to apologise. If anyone reading was offended by it im sorry.
  5. Re: English Championship 2050 Still only 16 out of 80 teams have been taken so plenty of good teams available. Only Dazinhio and myself are forumers so it would be great to have a few more to really get this set up going. I won't rest until i have at least the set up half full so if you want me to stop moaning i suggest you join. Remember, the id number is 17012. Ps. Please don't construe that second to last sentence as blackmail:D
  6. Re: English Championship 2050 Three off in bad tempered affair at Fratton Park Division One champions Arsenal kicked off season five with a disappointing draw away at Portsmouth in what was a feisty affair. The game began with a yellow card being shown to Karim Benzema in just the second minute. The first piece of real action in the game was the red card shown to Vitor Rivaldo in just the eleventh minute. The attacking midfielder found himself as last man and he ended up hauling Luis Fabiano to the ground as he was through on goal and the referee had no choice but to show the former Brazil international a straight red. Arsenal's numerical advantage did not last long as Rafael Van Der vaart saw Red as well just three minutes later, although to say the decision was harsh is putting it mildly. Van der Vaart was given his marching orders after a theatrical dive in the box which at most should have been a yellow. Much to the bemusement of Arsenal Manager Rich Callaghan, the Gunners found themselves down to nine men in just the sixteenth minute as Benzema picked up a second yellow after ill advisedly shoving the ref. Pompey went ahead in the 25th minute as John Utaka scored a majestic solo goal. But the lead was soon wiped out as Fabiano finished tidily in the Pompey box just ninety seconds later. With that, the action was over as the game turned into a snooze fest and Arsenal escaped with a draw. After the game Callaghan was heard to be screaming himself hoarse at Benzema after what was his second red card in three matches. Callaghan said afterwards," He's been complaining about his lack of games but how can i play him when he keeps getting banned?". Next up for Arsenal is Norwich at home. Match Stats Portsmouth Arsenal Possesion 42% 58% Total Shots 19 8 On Target 13 2 Corners 10 4 Yellow Cards 2 2 Red Cards 1 2
  7. Re: English Championship 3951 Disscusion thread Arsenal 4-4 Preston North End Arsenal Starting XI Preston Starting XI 1 M Almunia 1 A Boruc 2 R Steer 2 M Casseti 3 T Vermaelen 3 S Faure 4 G Pique 4 F Grosso 5 A Song 5 J Greening 6 S Nasri 6 M Ballack 7 A Arshavin 7 S Nakamura 8 Y Gourcuff 8 S Khedira 9 Z Ibrahimovic 9 A Frei 10 R Van Persie 10 L Toni 11 T Walcott 11 V Faizulin Match Stats Posession 48% 52% Total Shots 24 25 Shots on Target 8 9 Corners 5 9 Yellow Cards 2 1 Red Cards 1 0 Preston North End began their second season in the top flight with a thrilling four all draw away at Premiership heavyweights Arsenal. Preston had been forced to start with inexperienced Sebastian Faure as Kakha Kaladze had been struggling for Match fitness. The match started well for Arsenal who had two early shots on the Preston goal but it was North End who took the lead through new signing Luca Toni as his header crashed into the back of the Arsenal net. However the lead lasted a matter of seconds as Theo Walcott curled in a brilliant strike to bring the Gunners on terms. The game continued to be fast and frantic as both sides missed excellent chances but it was Arsenal who took the lead. Poor defending from the youngster Faure led to Robin Van Persie seizing on his error and he put the Gunners in front just before the half hour mark. But like Preston they could not hold their lead for long as Preston midfield dynamo Michael Ballack powered in a header from a set piece which is surely Arsenal's weak point. The game was full of committed challenges as Pique, Vermaelen and Greening all got themselves in the Referee's notebook. It remained two each at the interval. Immediately after half time Preston went ahead again as last season's top scorer Alexander Frei got his campaign up and running with a spectacular long range strike. It got better for Preston as Thomas Vermaelen received his marching orders after picking up a second yellow. They capitalised on their advantage as Nakamura had a long range strike which Almunia ahould have saved but once again he managed to **** it up and Preston went four two ahead and appeared to be home and hosed. Clearly that's what their players thought as Arsenal launched a sterling and dramatic fight back. Two goals in quick succession from Van Persie and Walcott pulled the Gunners level and that's the way the game stayed. Preston boss Rich Callaghan had few complaints," It was an even contest throughout and Arsenal fought very hard after going a man down. If you offered me a point before hand i would have certainly taken it". Next up for North End is a Lancashire Derby, where they meet Blackburn at Deepdale.
  8. Re: English Championship 3951 Disscusion thread Preston draw 4-4 with Arsenal, away from home which is a decent start:)
  9. Re: Official Arsenal Thread City game was awful from start to finish. It says alot that Arsenal's best player was Mikael Silvestre:eek: Want this season over and done with now:(
  10. Re: English Championship 2050 Wigan, Hull and Darlington all gone today so we're off to a good start. Would like some experienced forumers to join to do match reports etc
  11. Re: English Championship 2050 Excellent mate, welcome to the set up. As you would have seen it's quiet at the moment but hopefully in the long run we can make it more active:)
  12. Re: English Championship 2050 Today the West Ham manager quit and they are on job offer, once they are available i will post their squad and finances on here. However, Hull was taken over which is good news and if the manager reads this then welcome:) Over the next couple of weeks i expect 5 or 6 managers to quit the set up and that will leave us once again in single figures so if you have a spare club slot then please join. Its a good time to be joining as the new season starts tonight, once again the id number is 17012. I will post later tonight or early tomorrow on how my first game against Portsmouth goes:)
  13. Re: English Championship 3951 Disscusion thread Argentina lose 6-3 to Holland, im getting sick of you Dark Blade:mad:
  14. Re: English Championship 3951 - Transfer/Gossip thread Preston boss left baffled by ex player comments Preston North End manager Rich Callaghan has confessed to being more then a little confused over ex Preston star Fernando Gago's comments. The Argentine recently claimed that Preston was a "poorly run club" after his move to Everton and Callaghan appeared to be less then happy with his statement. "I don't understand it,", he said," the time Fernando had here was a good one in the player's career, he helped us get in to division one and so for him to come out and say this is somewhat baffling". Callaghan also confirmed that Gago with these comments has all but ruined his chances of playing for Argentina under him, "He can screw off if he thinks im picking him again" he said childishly. Callaghan also had some strong words for Everton boss Bibi after Gago's outburst, "No apology of any form from the Everton manager. I guess we know what he's really like". This is the second rant from Callaghan in a matter of days after calling his chairman a cheapskate.
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