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  1. Re: It's Tough At The Bottom(Match Reports,Transfer News,Discussion,and Slagging!) I'm actually quite enjoying have a transfer embargo in a way, means I can let the dust settle and look forward to some scouting in a month or so!
  2. Re: It's Tough At The Bottom(Match Reports,Transfer News,Discussion,and Slagging!) Eventful week for Bees! It's been an eventful first week both on and off the pitch for Barnet Football Club. Just over a week has passed since Ben Kelly was paraded in front of the Barnet faithful as the clubs new manager. Since then players have joined, players have left and the club have had a transfer embargo placed upon following Kelly's stupidity...sorry breaching squad size restrictions. (Above) Kyle Vassell is amongst 13 new faces. A host of new faces arrived at The Hive Stadium this week led by forward Kyle Vassell from Peterborough United. Other notable new faces from the UK include Scott Tanser from Rochdale, Jordan White joining from Livingston, Louis Longridge from Hamilton and Josh Law arriving Motherwell. Kelly went shopping in Finland before the aforementioned embargo was placed upon them five players arriving from Scandinavia including Nigerian youngster Francis Chibuike. Days after these initial signings the FA announced that Barnet had breached league rules by having a squad in excess of 30 players. As a result a number of players have been released whilst key men Lee Cook, Charlie McDonald, John Akinde, Jack Saville and Mauro Vilhete have all been allowed to leave. On the pitch Barnet have started well with a 3-2 victory at Southend.
  3. Re: It's Tough At The Bottom(Match Reports,Transfer News,Discussion,and Slagging!) Yes, no worries!
  4. Re: It's Tough At The Bottom(Match Reports,Transfer News,Discussion,and Slagging!)
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  7. Re: It's Tough At The Bottom(Match Reports,Transfer News,Discussion,and Slagging!) Right lads, I'm coming clean. I went over my 30 man limit earlier today. I noticed last night that I was very close to going over so I released some players before I did, I also offered part exchanges for some of the players I bought therefore to ensure I didn't go over the 30. ie one in, one out. Logged on earlier this afternoon to find I had gone over by 4 (I think?) so released more to ensure I went back under. Apologies, discipline me Keith I've just transfer listed my 5 highest rated players. Ben
  8. Re: It's Tough At The Bottom(Match Reports,Transfer News,Discussion,and Slagging!) I've released a few on free transfers which is what Shrewsbury could do.
  9. Re: It's Tough At The Bottom! Do we need to start an official thread in the 'Customs World Forum'? Good luck all!
  10. Re: It's Tough At The Bottom! Username is... bkelly4663094
  11. Re: It's Tough At The Bottom! I'll take Barnet please.
  12. Re: It's Tough At The Bottom! Are Exeter still free? If so i'll take them please.
  13. Re: |English Championship 30000|Discussions/MRs Thread Remember...Dartford still penniless and still got 21 players, so i will accept any swap of two players for one of mine!
  14. Re: |English Championship 30000|Discussions/MRs Thread Wrexham 0 Dartford 4 - Darts run riot in Wales!
  15. Re: |English Championship 30000|Discussions/MRs Thread Kelly in at penniless Darts Penniless Division 5 club Dartford have appointed Ben Kelly as their new manager. He takes over the crisis-stricken club after watching his new charges lose 5-0 at Cambridge United on the opening day of the season. Kelly admits the club has problems on and off the pitch "The next few weeks won't be easy, we need to ship players out before we can bring any in. Unfortunately due to FA rules we need to bring-in before we can let anyone go, but with no money thats not easy!" Kelly though moved into the loan market immediately with the signings of Thomas Eisfeld, Liam O'Neil and Ruben Bentancourt.
  16. Re: English Championship 28697 Discussion Thread Hello! I was looking for a busy English Championship gameworld and found you good people, new manager at Accrington!
  17. Re: Loans from Unmanaged clubs I think in principle this is a good idea. I do think though that like a normal transfer players should not be able to be loaned-out until their 'Transfer Ban' is up. There needs to be something done about squad sizes i agree.
  18. Re: Guess at next leagues to be reviewed? Expecting the 'Next League' to be reviewed to be updated today. Slovakia and Albania have been mooted. Saying that there's still a few teams in Colombia which are still to be done inc. Medellin and Millionairos. Slovenia, Peru and Bosnia now appear to be complete.
  19. Re: Loans from Unmanaged clubs Hmm interesting. The loan club pays the wages as well don't they? My only fear remains with player hogging? I could now go out and buy more players knowing i won't need to pay his wages if they're loaned-out. Incidentally the chairman doesn't allow certain players (presumably the more highly rated) to be loaned out.
  20. Re: .:Official thread of Gold Championship 179:. 3 vs 0 Business as usual for 'new look' City Elgin 3 Montrose 0 Att : 516 Elgin fans may have waved goodbye too a number of their heroes this week but they have already found a new wave of heroes to worship. Six players were given their debuts whilst the subs bench boasted seven new faces. It was one of the new boys who made an immediate impact when Srdjan Grahovac tried his luck from distance and fired past Coutts in the Montrose net. Minutes later it was 2-0 when Stojijlkovic curled the ball past Coutts. Stojijlkovic then turned provider setting up another Bosnian debutant Svraka who sent a first time shot sailing into the back of the net! For City it was business as usual as they remain top of the table. Line-up vs Montrose : Lupatelli, Naylor, Zagatic, Papaz, Acosta, Svraka, Covin, Grahovac, Stojijlkovic, Despotovic, Hernandez
  21. Re: .:Official thread of Gold Championship 179:. 1 vs 4 Ighalo at the double Arbroath 1 Elgin 4 Att : 846 Two early goals from on-loan African superstar Odion Ighalo had the game won before the half hour mark. Ighalo struck early on following good work from Sarabia and then minutes later was setup by debutant Horic to make it 2-0 on 17 minutes. Steven Hislop got a goal back to make it 2-1 but the game was put beyond doubt when the aforementioned Horic and then Despotovic restored the cushion. Line-up vs Arbroath : Lupatelli, Naylor, Rohracker, Minaya, Obrovac, Holz, Sarabia, Horic, Stojijlkovic, Ighalo Covin
  22. Re: .:Official thread of Gold Championship 179:. You should be ok in the play-offs, Queens Park are you're main challengers and seeing as there manager has left them you should be ok for promotion.
  23. Re: Riferimento: 60-74 risers (divided into leagues) Krcic now plays in Division 2, Krljanovic now plays in Cyprus, Raduha is in Division 3...so i doubt if these guys will get uprated.
  24. Re: Guess at next leagues to be reviewed? They're not in Europe! I think once Slovenia and Slovakia has been done Europe is pretty much done for the lesser leagues with perhaps Wales or Albania being done as well. Then i reckon SM will crack on with the major leagues. Tbh they could get all the major leagues done within a couple of weeks the rate they're going.
  25. Re: Guess at next leagues to be reviewed? As per Hysen's post of when the European leagues were last done, those in BOLD do not appear on the list. Albania Andorra Armenia Austria MARCH 12 Azerbaijan Belarus AUG 11 Belgium MAY 12 Bosnia & Herzegovina SEPT 12 Bulgaria NOV 11 Croatia JUNE 12 Cyprus MARCH 12 Czech Republic JUNE 12 Denmark MARCH 12 Estonia SEPT 12 Finland SEPT 12 France MARCH 12 Georgia Germany MARCH 12 Greece APRIL 12 Hungary APRIL 11 Iceland SEPT 12 Ireland SEPT 12 Italy APRIL 12 Kosovo Latvia SEPT 12 Liechtenstein Lithuania SEPT 12 Luxembourg Macedonia Malta SEPT 12 Moldova Monaco Montenegro The Netherlands MAY 12 Norway SEPT 10 Poland MARCH 12 Portugal MAY 12 Romania MARCH 11 Russia FEB 12 San Marino Serbia SEPT 12 Slovakia Slovenia Spain APRIL 12 Sweden JUNE 12 Switzerland MARCH 12 Turkey MAY 12 Ukraine MAY 12 United Kingdom APRIL 12 Vatican City (Holy See) Wales Slovenia and Slovakia are the two obvious ones with national teams qualifying for International tournaments and Maribor/Kosice/Zilina participating in the last few Champions League stages.
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