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    Machine reacted to sirmarkhughes in CanAmJam: Boom & Bust!   
    Thought I would post an update here.
    Pleased to announce that Bethlehem Steel are now worth just over £1,000,000,000!
     
    FIRST TEAM:
    Players
    31
    Average Rating
    89 Average Age
    23
    Total Value
    £813.3M
    Average Wage
    £99k
    Total Wages
    £3.0M
    Position          Name    Age    Rat    Condition    Morale    Value    TB   GK -   A.NÜBEL 23 88 100%  84% £8.0M - GK -   A.BECKER 27 95 90%  86% £47.8M - D(C) -   V.VAN DIJK 28 96 67%  94% £53.8M - D(LC) -   A.LAPORTE 25 92 100%  91% £28.0M 7 Apr D(RLC) -   J.GOMEZ 22 90 75%  100% £20.0M 3 Apr D,DM(C) -   C.MARQUINHOS 25 93 76%  93% £36.0M - D,DM,M(L) -   A.ROBERTSON 25 93 90%  85% £36.0M - D,DM,M(C) -   F.DE JONG 22 92 100%  92% £40.0M - D,DM,M(RL) LnL   A.HICKEY 17 73 100%  85% £400k - D(R),DM,M(RC) -   T.ALEXANDER-ARNOLD 21 92 75%  90% £36.0M - D,DM,M(RC) -   J.KIMMICH 24 94 100%  80% £48.0M - DM,M,AM(C) -   P.POGBA 26 93 90%  97% £36.0M 8 Apr D,DM,M,AM(R) TBd   A.WAN-BISSAKA 22 89 100%  88% £16.0M - AM(RL) TrL   A.SKOV OLSEN 20 83 100%  86% £3.0M - AM(RLC) LnL   R.CHERKI 16 76 100%  89% £2.4M - D,DM,M(L),AM(RLC) Int   O.ZINCHENKO 23 89 76%  92% £12.0M - M(C),AM(RLC) -   K.HAVERTZ 20 91 74%  92% £32.0M 11 Apr M(C),AM(RLC) -   K.DE BRUYNE 28 96 77%  87% £53.7M - M(C),AM(RLC) -   H.AOUAR 21 90 71%  83% £20.0M - M(C),AM(RLC) -   B.SILVA 25 93 100%  87% £36.0M - F(C) LnL   T.PARROTT 18 77 100%  84% £1.0M - AM(RLC),F(RL) TrL   M.DJENEPO 21 85 100%  87% £4.0M - AM(RLC),F(RL) TBd   D.JAMES 22 87 73%  90% £10.0M - AM(RL),F(RLC) LnL   Y.MOUKOKO 15 67 100%  81% £380k - AM(RL),F(RLC) -   C.RONALDO 34 98 87%  85% £19.8M - AM,F(RLC) Int   S.MANÉ 27 95 88%  100% £46.5M 26 Mar AM,F(RLC) -   R.STERLING 25 94 100%  88% £44.0M - AM,F(RLC) -   M.SALAH 27 95 100%  79% £46.8M 8 Apr AM,F(RLC) -   L.MESSI 32 99 83%  88% £39.5M - AM,F(RLC) -   J.FÉLIX 20 90 73%  94% £24.0M - AM,F(RLC) -   D.OLMO 21 88 74%  90% £12.0M -  
     
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    Players
    37
    Average Rating
    83 Average Age
    19
    Total Value
    £210.0M
    Average Wage
    £13k
    Total Wages
    £472k
    Position          Name    Age    Rat    Condition    Morale    Value    TB   D(C) -   B.BADIASHILE 18 83 76%  85% £3.0M - D(RC) -   W.SALIBA 18 83 84%  85% £5.0M - D(RC),DM(C) NMF   J.FOYTH 22 85 44%  92% £5.0M - D,DM(RL) -   M.AARONS 20 85 81%  85% £5.0M - D,DM,M(L) NMF   R.AÏT-NOURI 18 82 57%  85% £2.8M - DM,M(C) NMF   S.TONALI 19 87 55%  90% £10.0M - DM,M(C) -   L.AGOUMÉ 17 78 72%  93% £2.0M - DM,M(C) -   E.LOIODICE 19 80 100%  84% £2.4M - DM,M(C) NMF   E.CAMAVINGA 17 83 60%  91% £7.0M - D,DM(RL),M(RLC) -   A.MAITLAND-NILES 22 86 61%  88% £6.0M - D,DM,M,AM(L) -   R.VINAGRE 20 83 67%  77% £3.0M - DM,M,AM(C) -   R.GRAVENBERCH 17 78 100%  80% £2.0M - D,DM,M(L),AM(RL) -   A.DAVIES 19 86 63%  82% £8.0M - M,AM(RL) -   D.MCNEIL 20 86 92%  78% £6.0M - AM(RLC) -   K.LEE 18 83 87%  82% £3.0M - AM(RLC) NMF   B.DÍAZ 20 83 60%  84% £3.0M - M(C),AM(RLC) -   P.FODEN 19 85 63%  84% £10.0M - M(C),AM(RLC) -   M.MOUNT 21 88 81%  90% £16.0M - M(C),AM(RLC) -   M.GIBBS-WHITE 20 82 100%  78% £2.8M - M(C),AM(RLC) -   H.BARNES 22 87 62%  80% £7.0M - M(RL),AM(RLC) -   R.NELSON 20 83 100%  82% £5.0M - F(C) NMF   T.ABRAHAM 22 89 52%  87% £14.0M - AM,F(RL) Inj   P.NETO 19 82 47%  89% £2.8M - D,DM,M(L),AM,F(RL) -   R.SESSEGNON 19 85 79%  81% £7.0M - AM(RLC),F(RL) -   M.IHATTAREN 17 82 73%  81% £4.0M - AM(RLC),F(RL) -   J.CLARKE 19 77 96%  84% £800k - AM(RLC),F(RL) -   C.HUDSON-ODOI 19 87 69%  92% £10.0M - AM(RLC),F(RL) -   B.GIL 18 82 76%  85% £2.8M - AM(RL),F(RLC) Inj   J.LAHNE 18 77 51%  80% £800k - AM(RL),F(RLC) -   G.RODRYGO 19 87 73%  76% £14.0M - AM(RL),F(RLC) -   A.BARRENETXEA 18 80 100%  84% £2.0M - AM,F(RLC) -   V.JÚNIOR 19 87 74%  89% £14.0M - AM,F(RLC) -   M.GREENWOOD 18 83 83%  78% £5.0M - AM,F(RLC) -   G.MARTINELLI 18 82 75%  87% £4.0M - AM,F(RLC) -   C.REINIER 18 82 64%  84% £6.0M - AM,F(RLC) -   A.HLOŽEK 17 82 86%  88% £2.8M - AM,F(RLC) -   A.FATI 17 82 85%  92% £6.0M -
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    Machine got a reaction from HD in CanAmJam: Boom & Bust!   
    Hope this shows up clearly enough, systems were down at work today so decided to have a look through and see where everyone was at - be interesting to repeat this in a couple of months and see how it's changed.
    Most stats should be obvious, but 'Est T20 debt' is the estimated amount a club will have paid in wages by turn 20 which (for most) is when TBs will be up; based on this and squad sizes I've highlighted grey the teams that might be in a bit of bother as they might not have the squad depth required to sell their way out of debt....but we'll see!
    'Wages to value' is the percentage of squad value that the wage bill is per turn, thus the lower the better.
    The whole thing is sorted by 'Squad value v Cost' which is current squad value minus what was originally paid - yours truly tops the list at the moment while some folk clearly overpaid in the heat of the bidding wars - however....it's very early days yet and risers and droppers will inevitably shake things up as we go forward 

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    Machine got a reaction from drseanfitz in CanAmJam: Boom & Bust!   
    Hope this shows up clearly enough, systems were down at work today so decided to have a look through and see where everyone was at - be interesting to repeat this in a couple of months and see how it's changed.
    Most stats should be obvious, but 'Est T20 debt' is the estimated amount a club will have paid in wages by turn 20 which (for most) is when TBs will be up; based on this and squad sizes I've highlighted grey the teams that might be in a bit of bother as they might not have the squad depth required to sell their way out of debt....but we'll see!
    'Wages to value' is the percentage of squad value that the wage bill is per turn, thus the lower the better.
    The whole thing is sorted by 'Squad value v Cost' which is current squad value minus what was originally paid - yours truly tops the list at the moment while some folk clearly overpaid in the heat of the bidding wars - however....it's very early days yet and risers and droppers will inevitably shake things up as we go forward 

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    Machine got a reaction from KopStar in CanAmJam: Boom & Bust!   
    Hope this shows up clearly enough, systems were down at work today so decided to have a look through and see where everyone was at - be interesting to repeat this in a couple of months and see how it's changed.
    Most stats should be obvious, but 'Est T20 debt' is the estimated amount a club will have paid in wages by turn 20 which (for most) is when TBs will be up; based on this and squad sizes I've highlighted grey the teams that might be in a bit of bother as they might not have the squad depth required to sell their way out of debt....but we'll see!
    'Wages to value' is the percentage of squad value that the wage bill is per turn, thus the lower the better.
    The whole thing is sorted by 'Squad value v Cost' which is current squad value minus what was originally paid - yours truly tops the list at the moment while some folk clearly overpaid in the heat of the bidding wars - however....it's very early days yet and risers and droppers will inevitably shake things up as we go forward 

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    Machine got a reaction from Pip in CanAmJam: Boom & Bust!   
    Hope this shows up clearly enough, systems were down at work today so decided to have a look through and see where everyone was at - be interesting to repeat this in a couple of months and see how it's changed.
    Most stats should be obvious, but 'Est T20 debt' is the estimated amount a club will have paid in wages by turn 20 which (for most) is when TBs will be up; based on this and squad sizes I've highlighted grey the teams that might be in a bit of bother as they might not have the squad depth required to sell their way out of debt....but we'll see!
    'Wages to value' is the percentage of squad value that the wage bill is per turn, thus the lower the better.
    The whole thing is sorted by 'Squad value v Cost' which is current squad value minus what was originally paid - yours truly tops the list at the moment while some folk clearly overpaid in the heat of the bidding wars - however....it's very early days yet and risers and droppers will inevitably shake things up as we go forward 

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    Machine got a reaction from HannahB in CanAmJam: Boom & Bust!   
    Current Pittsburgh Riverhounds 1st XI:
    pparently after 2 screenshots I'm too near my upload allowance to post the pic of my 2nd XI:
                                                      Steffen (70)
                         Orban (83) Mina (84) Salcido (85) Jorge (83)
                                       Ascacibar (82) Beasley (83)
                                     Boga (80) Aimar (84) Malcom (83)
                                                    Mayoral (82)
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    Machine reacted to KopStar in CanAmJam: Boom & Bust!   
    Hleb/Robinho/Ronaldinho/Klose. That would have been absolutely lethal 5 years ago.
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    Machine reacted to EdMoses in CanAmJam: Boom & Bust!   
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    Machine got a reaction from KopStar in CanAmJam: Boom & Bust!   
    Current Pittsburgh Riverhounds 1st XI:
    pparently after 2 screenshots I'm too near my upload allowance to post the pic of my 2nd XI:
                                                      Steffen (70)
                         Orban (83) Mina (84) Salcido (85) Jorge (83)
                                       Ascacibar (82) Beasley (83)
                                     Boga (80) Aimar (84) Malcom (83)
                                                    Mayoral (82)
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    Machine reacted to KopStar in CanAmJam: Boom & Bust!   
    Humble Lions Final Squad Synopsis

     
    Goalkeepers
    Brad Guzan (86- VC), Keita Decastro (70)
    Guzan as an American player. Decent rating and cheap so happy with his signing. Decastro signed  as a cheap backup and dont think Ive had an Antiguan player in a squad of mine before. 
    Defenders
    John Terry (90-C), Michel Bastos (88), Martin Montoya (87), Miiko Alborno (86), Dario Veron (85), Frederic Guilbert (84), Jermaine Taylor(82-VC), Ben Chilwell (77) Tuomo Kokonen (70)
    Pretty happy with this. Lots of flexible versatile players all rated well. Only regret is splashing 5.3mil for Montoya. That cash could have been better spent. Terry will be the key in keeping everything organised. Alborno and Veron will fight for the other CB slot and Taylor is there to cover injuries. Lots of competition on in the fullback positions with Montoya, Bastos, Guilbert and Alborno able to play there too. Hopefully Chilwell finds some minutes and gets a rise. 
    Midfielders
    Clemens Fritz (87), Rafinha (87), Marko Grujic (84), Aaron Mooy (83), Tom Rogic (83), Jackson Irvine (78), Amine Harit (76), Aju Madger (75)
    Fritz is the old high rated veteran who can also cover RB if needed. Rafinha's getting some minutes for Barca, Grujic looks a massive talent, Mooy's arguably been the best midfielder in the championship, Rogic has been brilliant for Celtic and had a great performance against Manchester City this morning in the champions league, Irvine's hit the ground running at Burton being their best player, Harit's starting in Franceand Madger's making the bench for Liverpool. Really everyone here bar Fritz could rise over the course of the season. 
     
    Attackers
    Fernando Torres (90), Adrian Ramos (88), Nicolai Jorgensen (85), Leandro Trossard (82), Enes Unal (82), Kazu Miura (79), Craig Goodwin (78), Zoltan Verga (70)
    Followed a tested technique with other areas of the squad here and got a high rated older player and then filled the rest with risers. Ramos as started the season well with Dortmund, Jorgensen scored for fun in Denmark and started off at Feyenoord with 5 goals in 7 games and Unal's got 6 in 5 for Twente. Amazed I got both for C/V as theyre currently both the two top scorers in Netherlands. Goodwin's begun well at Rotterdam since moving from Adelaide. He was a key player in a side that won the double in Australia and hasnt gotten a rise so he should be heading well into the 80s soo. King Kazu's a remnant of my early approach which was buy 18 good players and 3 super cheapies but moved on for that. Still fits into my second team. 
     
    First XI in a Formation (AVG:87, Average Age: 29, Average Value: 3.5mil)
    Guzan (86-VC)
    Montoya (87) Terry (90-C) Alborno (86) Bastos (88)
    Fritz (87) 
    Grujic (84) Rafinha (87)
    Ramos (88)--------------------------Jorgensen (85)
    Torres (90)
     
    Second XI in a formation
    Decastro (70)
    Guilbert (84) Veron (85) Taylor (82-C) Chilwell (77)
    Mooy (83) Rogic (83)
    Trossard (82) Miura (79) Goodwin (78)
    Unal (82)
    Extras: Irvine, Harit, Madger, Kokonen, Varga
     
     
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    Machine reacted to Nick Justice in CanAmJam: Boom & Bust!   
    VSI Tampa Bay make major announcements after the arrival of new boss Nick Justice
    It was announced just a few days ago that English manager Nick Justice would take over at American amateur football club VSI Tampa Bay and turn them into a professional club as well as bring the club back to life after its liquidation several years ago. With the name rights sorted from the club and the stadium in Plant City set to be the home of the club, the Directors and new owners gave the new gaffer a budget of £60 million to try to put together the best squad he could to compete with the other sides in the division. With all the squads being given a similar budget to work with so with that Justice set out on a worldly trip to find some amazing talent and try his best to lure them from their elite European teams which in itself would be quite the feat from the new American minnows.
    We caught up with Justice ahead of his tour of the European continent to find talent, he had this to say " Yes I'm delighted that we have been given the budget given and I'll do my best with my team of scouts to find the best possible players at our disposal to bring to the club, we will try our best to bring in players with one eye on the future of the club and making it more sustainable than it was previously before its liquidation a few years ago. I like to feel I have good footballing brain and can use that to bring in some of the best talents. We will for sure look locally at some American and Canadian players as well to blooster the squad depth, we are all excited to be here in the States and take part in what will be a great challenge with this club as we look to climb the leagues to the illustrious MLS."
     With that we have seen a number of new faces arrive at the club in the past few days at VSI Tampa Bay, a number of young players a players with experience in some of the most elite competitions worldwide. Lets take a closer look into the new players and the squad that Nick Justice the new gaffer has been able to piece together since his arrival..
    Goalkeepers:
    Brad Jones(82)- The experienced Australian shot stopper looks set to be the no.1 in Tampa this season; after a great stint in Holland with Feyenoord. This is what led Justice to the 34-year-old goalkeeper as he believes he can progress even at this stage in his career. This is what he had to say, " Brad is a brilliant goalkeeper with some brilliant qualities and I knew I wanted him here with me at VSI, he has been brilliant since a young age and here he can bloom and be given regular football and hopefully progress even at his age. Goalkeepers are like a fine wine, they get better with age!" 
    Some strong words on the new shot-stopper at VSI Tampa Bay, let's hope that he can keep up his great work at Feyenoord in the states and progress into an even better goalkeeper.

    Brad Jones the new no.1 at the Plant Stadium? Will he be as good as he has been recently for Feyenoord? Only time will tell for the 34-year-old Australian shot stopper
    Wes Foderingham(80)- The former Swindon goalkeeper has been a revelation since his move to the Ibrox and at only 25-year-old he still has a lot to offer for VSI Tampa Bay this season and will provide some solid back-up to Brad Jones and also play cup games this season. The English born goalkeeper is highly regarded by Justice who had this to say, " Wes is a quality goalkeeper and I've watched him progress from his days at Swindon Town to now and I'm delighted we were able to bring him to club and hopefully he can push Brad the whole way as they both look to battle for the no.1 jersey here." 
    Justice has high hopes for the 25-year-old English shot-stopper after his switch from Rangers in the SPFL just a day or two ago. The keeper had become quite the fan favorite since his move but he decided that a move to Tampa was a right decision for his career and to progress as a goalkeeper.

    Foderingham set to battle Jones for the illusive number 1 jersey after switching Rangers of Scotland for Tampa of the United States of America.
    Defenders:
    Brendan Galloway(83)- The former Everton and West Bromwich Albion  defender has now decided to ply his trade in the United States after making his switch to VSI Tampa Bay. The 20-year-old has made an impressive start to his career in England and playing at youth levels in England; so it was a bit of a surprise he decided that a move to the States but he feels that with the direction that the club is moving in that this was the move for him. The gaffer said this about the full-back, " Brendan is a class act and I'm delighted he decided that a move here was right for him and It is great we've managed to lure him to the club and that he was able to agree a deal to sign for us here in Tampa."
    A brilliant young English talent that has decided to try out playing in a different country with a different style under Justice will only be good for the National side as he looks to earn himself a place in Big Sam's squad eventually.

    Brendan Galloway joins Tampa in 5-year-deal from Everton after loan spell cut short at West Bromwich Albion in the Premier League.
    Matt Targett(83)- The full-back like Galloway has great potential as a young English full-back, the former Saints defender Matt Targett, agreed to switch the south-coast of England for America and Tampa Bay. The 21-year-old has a wealth of ability as he has shown thus far this season with Southampton and we hope he can re-create that form here in America. Nick had this to say on his acquisition, " Matt is a talented young man and I cannot wait to work with him, he has a great ethic and insight into the right way to play and will for sure be a star in the future of this club. I'm delighted to have him here and hope he can be everything we expect from him."

    Highly regarded by former boss Koeman, the defender has now decided to give it a try and play out in the States with VSI Tampa Bay. The 21-year-old has a very bright future.
    James Tavernier(80)- The defender has played for a number of clubs previously in England but he become most noticed in recent times for his exploits with Scottish club Rangers and joins ex-teammate Foderingham who will now be team-mates again at VSI Tampa Bay. He is a goal scoring full-back which a rarity and Justice was delighted to get this bit of business done. " Tavernier is a cracking defender and at 24-years-old he still has a lot to offer in terms of time left in terms of time and ability. He will be a great addition to the squad. He is a brilliant player with a great work ethic which is what I look for when signing players."

    James Tavernier is a now a VSI Tampa Bay player after joining Foderingham in switching from Rangers in the SPFL.
    Rob Holding(78)- Another great young English talent in Holding has joined up with VSI Tampa Bay after making an impressive start to life at Arsenal since his switch from Bolton Wanderers. So it become quite the surprise when he decided to leave the Emirates to join a side in the 4th Division of American football, but he is said to be joyed with the moved and the future he has in the States and hopes to progress his game playing every week. Justice said this, "What a player this guy is, I'm over joyed that he decided to join us and was surprised when we were able to come to an agreement for Rob Holding. He made a great start in Arsenal and now we hope he can continue to do so here too."

    Young 21-year-old English defender Rob Holding switches Arsenal for VSI Tampa Bay of the U.S
    Hildeberto Pereira(78)- The young Portuguese defender impressed the VSI Tamps Bay manager during his spell on-loan at Nottingham Forest from SL Benfica. The 20-year-old has a brilliant ability to take players on and beat them and has brilliant skill for a defender. He will provide great cover at the back when required and Justice is not worried about his passion that has seen him receive red-cards in the past being an issue, "Hildeberto is a brilliant young Portuguese player and he has still a lot to learn as a player in terms of not giving away sill fouls or getting involved with other players but you cannot fault his passion or ability, he has them both in abundance."

    Hildeberto Pereira now a VSI Tampa Bay player after a stint with Forest on-loan from SL Benfica, His discipline could be his downfall but Justice feels he is worth the link.
    Sam Adekugbe(77)-  The Canadian defender is a great little player and with recently having a stint on-loan at Brighton and Hove Albion in the Championship there is only room for improvement from the 21-year-old. Justice feels this on the signing, " We have to bring in some American players and Canadian players in order to help grow the local game and not only just to bring in players from Europe, so it's great that we were able to bring Sam here and his experience in Vancouver Whitecaps will really help us as we look to progress in the future."

    Adekugbe joins from Vancouver Whitecaps after and impressive stint on-loan with Brighton and Hove Albion, at 21-years-old he still has a great career ahead of him.
    Felix Passlack(76)-  The German defender/midfielder/attacker is a very versatile player which is great to have at any club. Felix has had a great start to life in Dortmund. However the 19-year-old has decided that a move to VSI Tampa Bay was the right move to progress his career. This guy is super talented and Its a great coup by the club as expressed by the gaffer, " Felix is a world class talent and I'm very pleased he has joined us and cannot wait to get working with him and help him progress as a player! He is a real coup by the club and I'm delighted we managed to get the deal done with a number of other clubs chasing his signature."
     
    Borussia Dortmund youngster Felix Passlack leaves Germany for the United States on an undisclosed fee.
    Midfielders:
    Nico Elvedi(83)- The Swiss Central Defensive Midfielder has been a great asset to Borussia Monchengladbach since his break through into the first team. So it came as quite the surprise that he decided to make the switch to VSI Tampa Bay, but he is eager to start his life in the States and progress as a player under his new boss. Justice is said to welcome such a high profile young player to club and is delighted with his capture this is what he had to say on the signing " Nico is one of the best young midfielders in Europe at the time and I'm more than dleighted he has decided to come here and try to improve, which he will for sure do! He will become a world-class footballer of that I am sure!"

    Nico Elvedi, the new Granit Xhaka? We here at VSI Tampa Bay hope so, what a signing! 
    Kevin Stewart(80)- The 23-year-old former Liverpool midfielder was favored by Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp, and found himself involved in a number of first team matches however it is believed he joined VSI in order to porgress and gain first team football on a regular basis. With his ability to play in multiple positions, we are sure he will get those chances every week!, Justice is said to be delighted with this addition to the club, "Kevin is a player I know well and I cannot wait to get started in training with him. He's a hard worker and wants to play football, we cannot wait for him to get out on the pitch and show our fans what he is capable of doing."

    Former Liverpool midfielder Stewart in VSI Tampa Bay switch in order to gain first team football on a regular basis.
    Ruben Loftus-Cheek(82)- The 20-year-old English midfielder who can play anywhere down the middle of midfield will be a great player in years to come at VSI Tampa Bay. The former Chelsea man has completed his move to the States as he looks set for a new challenge in his career and looks to progress as a player. The England U-21 player has been a feature in the first team at Chelsea for the past couple of years but like Stewart is seeking regular first team football. The player is set to be happy with the chance to play and the exciting future the club has with the signings they have made. The boss said this on his addition, "Loftus-Cheek is a brilliant young talent and I know he is capable of great things and he will for sure prove that here at VSI, he is very versatile as a midfielder and has the qualities to play anywhere through the middle of the park."
     
    Ruben Loftus-Cheek an exciting young player is now a part of the VSI Tampa Bay roster after his switch from Chelsea.
    Charly Musonda(82)- Joining from Chelsea also is exciting 19-year-old Belgian Charly Musonda after loan spells away from Chelsea, he had finally decided to leave on a permanent basis and head out to VSI Tampa Bay in America. He has been very successful in terms of his ability already at such a young age after his loan spell with Real Betis in Liga BBVA. But now he has a different challenge having come to the States in a very competitive league with very competitive managers. The manager at VSI Nick Justice had this to say, " Charly is a player I have a lot of admiration for, he has a wealth of talent and at such a young age. He is only 19-years-old and yet he has the ability of an experienced midfielder. He will for sure be a hit here."

    Charly Musonda now a VSI player after Chelsea Switch, the 19-year-old is a very talented midfielder with a great amount of skill for a young player
    Conor Hourihane(80)- After an impressive start to life at Barnsley in the Championship the Irish midfielder earned himself a call up to the National side. The 25-year-old has a great amount of experience in the football league in England that will provide great amount of experience for the younger players in the squad. A great cheap purchase or so thinks the boss, " Conor is a brilliant experienced player and he can really help to educate our younger players at the club and at only 25 years-old himself, he still has a lot to offer and yet still has that little bit more experience as a player. He was also a very cheap signing for the club in comparison to some of the younger players!"

    Conor Hourihane joins VSI Tampa Bay after an impressive start to life in the English Championship with Barnsley this season
    Sebastian Llteget(80)- The former Hammers player and also former LA Galaxy player, will bring a wealth of experience in playing his football in the MLS which will help VSI as they look to rise up the divisions to the MLS themselves. The 24-year-old midfielder also gives the club a much needed American Talent. Justice is an admirer of the American and feels he deserved more a chance at West Ham before he was sold, yet however since the move he feels he has progressed massively since then. "Sebastian is a quality American player and has a great ability as an attacking midfielder and he will get given a great chance to prove that here and showcase exactly what he can do." 

    Former LA Galaxy midfielder Sebastian Llteget is now a player at VSI Tampa Bay having made the switch to help the side reach the MLS.
    Jack Grealish(83)- The English 21-year-old has had a mixed start at Aston Villa but there is no denying the ability the player has and Justice feels that's what is best about the player. That he can handle himself well and just play football and do so very well is what made the decision for Justice to bring him to the club. "He is a quality young player and I am pleased he has come here and I feel we can get the best out of him and make him into a better player at the same time. He has had a mixed start but yet still is yet to perform to his full potential but we feel we can get that out of him."

    The 21-year-old England U-21 is now a VSI Tampa Bay player after making the switch from Aston Villa.
    Patrick Roberts(80)- The 19-year-old has been a great player since his loan spell to Celtic from Manchester City and has really burst onto the scene since! He was a great young player at Fulham before that too and now he looks set to progress further at VSI Tampa Bay. The young England U-21 will be a great player in the future but he is still a great player now too but will only progress positively. Justice had this to say, "Patrick is a class young winger and has shown that in his time with Fulham and Celtic...At such a young age he still has a lot to learn but yet has learnt so much already having played at such a brilliant club in Celtic. We are delighted he chose to join us here at VSI Tampa Bay and he will become an asset to the club."

    Patrick Roberts completes switch from Manchester City to VSI Tampa Bay after cutting short his loan spell at Celtic in Scotland to push through the move.
    Andreas Pereira(78)- The Brazilian attacking midfielder joins VSI Tampa Bay from Manchester United as a bright prospect and a player with a very exciting future. Its an amazing deal that they've managed to lure him to the States after cutting his loan at Granada in Spain short to complete the move. The 20-year-old has a bright future ahead of him and he will look to fulfill his potential at VSI Tampa Bay. Justice is said to be very happy with this deal, " I'm pleased we were able to bring him in from Manchester United and complete the deal. He has a great amount of potential and we feel he can meet that potential here at VSI."

    Andreas Pereira completed his move from Manchester United to VSI Tampa Bay earlier this week for and Undisclosed fee.
    Jack Harrison(76)- The former Manchester United youth player had made an impressive start to life in America playing in the MLS with New York City FC and now has made the switch to VSI Tampa Bay to help the club progress into an MLS side and use his experience at still only a young age of 19-yeard-old. The English born midfielder has played along side Pirlo, Villa and Lampard in the MLS which will prove great experience as the team looks destined to try and move up the leagues. The gaffer had this to say, "Jack is a great young talent and he already has experience of playing in the MLS and that will be great for us here at VSI. He is 19 and has a lot to learn still and will be a great player in our team and in the future of this club."

    Jack Harrison completed move form MLS side NYCFC to VSI Tampa Bay after impressive start to life in the MLS
    Jonathan Ikone(73)- The 18-year-old French Midfielder completed his move from French Champions Paris Saint-Germain with a great amount of expectation. The young player impressed during pre-season on tour in the States which is where the VSI boss got his first look at the young player. He was impressed with what he saw and sought after bringing him to the club. The gaffer said this, "Jonathan is a quality young French midfielder and has a bright future here and will be a great asset to the future of this club."

    Ikone completes move from PSG to VSI Tampa Bay with a bright future ahead of him at only 18-years-old
    Modou Barrow(83)- The 24-year-old completed his move from Swansea City to VSI Tampa Bay earlier this week, and after having an impressive end of season last year in the Premier League and an impressive start this season also, it was a surprise that the Swans allowed the player to leave. However Justice was delighted to be able to get the deal done and was happy that the player signed on the dotted line to complete the move, " Modou is a very talented player and at only 24-years-old has a bright future still ahead of him. He had been great since leaving Sweden to play in the Premier League and we feel he will fit right in here at VSI. He has the credentials to be a quality player and will only progress here."

    Barrow is now set to play at VSI Tampa Bay after completing his switch from Swansea City
    Isaac Hayden(78)- The English midfielder who didn't quite break into the Arsenal squad had a great spell on-loan at Hull City which led to the interest of Newcastle United in the championship. He had become a regular in their starting XI before deciding to make the switch to America with VSI Tampa Bay. The 21-year-old has an ability to play in a number of different positions which helps add great depth to the squad. Justice said this, " Isaac is a very talented player who can play in the heart of the defence or in the heart of the midfield which gives us great options in bringing him to the club which is great."

    Strikers:
    Alex Iwobi(82)- The Nigerian had made an impressive start to life at Arsenal and at 20-year-old made himself a regular inclusion in Wenger's squad. So when we heard he had completed a move VSI Tampa Bay it came as quite the surprise to many but they were able to bring in the player and convince him to play in America. They paid their record fee of £7.9 million to bring him to the Plant Stadium and Justice feels he will pay that back and more with his ability. He had this to say on his signing, "The amount of talent this young lad has in unreal, he is good enough to be playing at the highest level and we know that... so we are more than grateful that he has decided to come and join us here in Tampa Bay. We spoke a lot before getting the deal done and about how we want the future of the club to go and he was excited by the challenge ahead. which is great to hear and we hope he will have a great future at the club."

    Alex Iwobi is a record signing for the club, but Justice feels he will be better than the price they paid for him and will provide many goals and assists along the way, at 20-years-old he has a bright future with the club.
    Andre Gray(85)- The former Burnley man is a proven goalscorer and that is what the club feel they have got in bringing him to the club. The 25-year-old striker has had his problems in the past but his ability does all the talking on the pitch and with him and Alex Iwobi up front, hopefully goals will not be an issue for the Tampa based club. Justice is hopeful that Gray and Iwobi will be a force up top and will cause all kind of problems for the other clubs in the division. This was the words of the gaffer on Gray, " Andre is a great striker and a proven goalscorer at whatever level he plays at, we are delighted that we have been able to bring him to the club to form a partnership with Alex Iwobi. They can both score and both play brilliantly off another striker, so it should hopefully be a partnership of dreams here at VSI. It was great we managed to lure him from Burnley where he had been so impressive in helping them gain promotion to the Premier League. We worked hard to get him and it will pay off I'm sure of that!"

    Andre Gray completes move from Premier League Burnley to VSI Tampa Bay to hopefully form a dream of a partnership between him and Iwobi.
    Che Adams(80)- The talented English 20-year-old who can play on the wing or down the middle has talent in abundance; since his break onto the scene at Sheffield United. He then made the move to Birmingham City before now signing for VSI Tampa Bay. The youngster is one in a theme at the club as it seems Justice has brought a number of his fellow Englishmen with him to America. The 20-year-old will provide great cover for the other strikers at the club. Justice is delighted to have been able to bring the young player to the club, "Che is a brilliant young forward and will only add the brilliant strikers we have here already and make for great competition between our strikers...which is always great as it pushes strikers to score more goals, which will only be great for us!"

    Che Adams completes move from Birmingham City to VSI Tampa Bay to provide strong competition for the strikers at the club.
    Jonathan Benteke(77)-  The Belgian had followed his brother to Crystal Palace...but he made a u-turn and joined American side VSI Tampa Bay in a 3-year-deal. The 21-year-Old is a great striker who knows where the net is and will again provide some great coverage up top this season when injuries and that occur at any point. Justice reiterated how much depth is key, " Benteke is a quality player and I'm dleighted to have been able to bring him here and help provide depth in forward positions, depth is key with cup competitions as well as injuries etc than can occur at any point."

    Jonathan Benteke leaves Palace for VSI after only a short period in England with his brother Christian
    Alphonso Davies(68)- The 15-year-old...yes 15 years of age striker comes in from Vancouver Whitecaps too provide future coverage to the striking position at VSI and have featured in the MLS already at such a young age. Let's hope he's not the next Freddy Adu and goes onto bigger and better things...That is the hopes of VSI boss Justice, "This kid has great ability and a bright future and at only 15 years old he has a long way to go and will have a brilliant future at the club and I cannot wait to see him progress as a player."

    We hope to see this celebration from the Canadian in the not so distant future at VSI
    ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    So, that is the entire squad for now with a very little amount of money left in the kitty at VSI Tampa Bay it is unlikely that we will see many more players at the club; perhaps one more player could join up with the already nice looking squad that has been put together...
    With that here is how we expect the team to line-up:
    First XI:
    Brad Jones(82)
    Kevin Stewart(80)--James Tavernier(80)--Brendan Galloway(83)--Matt Targett(83)
    --Nico Elvedi(83)--
    --Modou Barrow(83)--Jack Grealish(83)--Charly Musonda(82)--
    --Andre Gray(85)--Alex Iwobi(82)--
    Cup/Second XI:
    Wes Foderingham(80)
    Hildeberto Periera(78)--Rob Holding(78)--Isaac Hayden(78)--Sam Adekugbe(77)
    --Conor Hourihane(80)--
    --Che Adams(80)--Ruben Loftus-Cheek(82)--Patrick Roberts(80)--
    --Jonathan Benteke(77)--Sebastian Lletget(80)--
    RESERVES: Andreas Peirera(78), Felix Passlack(76), Jack Harrison(76), Jonathan Ikone(73), Alphonso Davies(68)
    So a very young side but one we here at VSI Tampa Bay feel will improve very quickly and hopefully push people in the league and surprise a number of teams with results. 
     
    Thanks for your time ...sorry its long......
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    Machine reacted to swanseajack in CanAmJam: Boom & Bust!   
    Pheonix FC
    Dan Bentley (80) - one of the most talented young English goalkeepers, established himself as the regular at Brentford.
    Cole Kpekawa (75) - the most recent young talented defender at Barnsley, think QPR will regret letting him go this summer.
    Reece Oxford (77) - huge talent, may not be a huge immediate riser but one for the long haul.
    Stephen Kingsley (78) - our best left back, plenty of game time already this season and a Scotland call up in the summer despite huge competition. 
    Philip Billing (76) - just coming back from injury so hasn't played this season, but has run games at Championship level and reportedly got Premier League interest.
    Kasey Palmer (75) - showing his class for Huddersfield and he's still only 19, only recently got a rise to 75 but I'd expect a further rise or two to follow over the course of the season.
    Josh Windass (75) - the highlight of the season for Rangers so far, classy player and strong as well, establishing himself as one of the better players in the SPL.
    Jason Cummings (78) - pure goalscorer, 8 in 8 so far this season and 55 in 117 for Hibs despite only being 21. He's probably limited to a rise of 80 this season whilst in the Scottish Championship, but next season he should be making the step up to the SPL.
    Leigh Griffiths (85) - he'll be one of a few higher rated signings in my squad this season, expecting a rise to 86 and hopefully plenty of goals.
     
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    Humble Lions announce new Captain

    Jamaican powerhouses Humble Lions have announced John Terry as their new captain. The former Chelsea and England captain brings a wealth of experience to the side and was seen as an obvious appointment as captain. Goalkeeper and CamAmJam player, Brad Guzan has been named the vice captain. 
    Terry was humbled by the announcement stating "I am humbled to be the captain of Humble Lions. I hope to be a humble and gracious leader who will lead by example and stay away from any of my team mate's wives."
    The club has completed the signing of three more players with a fourth on his way for a medical. Michel Bastos arrives from Brazillian club Sao Paulo for 2.1million. Primarily a left back, he can also play a range of attacking positions and his versatility will be a huge advantage for manager KopStar. Nicolai Jorgensen also completed his move to Effortvile Community Centre. The Danish striker spent a number of successful seasons in his home country before his form at new club Ajax, caught the eye of the Jamaican club. Another versatile player, he can play in all attacking positions. The final completed signing today was that of talented Australian, Jackson Irvine. Since moving to the Championship from Scotland, Irvine was in great form and sad that the move to the Humble Lionass w next logical step up in his career after dominating Championship midfields. 
    Turkish attacker, Enes Unal, who has been in superb form on loan at Utrecht from parent club Manchester City, is on his way to have a medical and complete his move. A bid of 2.8million was previously accepted and  he will now team up with another ex Manchester City team mate, Aaron Mooy. Like Irvine, Mooy left the Championship after bossing the midfield in every game he played for Huddersfield. 
    Humble Lions are still expected to make one or two more signings before completing the squad, despite currently have 23 players on their books.
     
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    Machine got a reaction from swanseajack in Thought i'd pop by and say hello!   
    Hi all, long time no type!
    It sounds as if what we all need is a fresh, new, exciting challenge that we can all rally around and get on board with as an authentic forum-based (no FB page and newsfeed chat to a minimum) gameworld?
    Right now - for those of us that are not already grumpy old men - we certainly sound like grumpy old men, grumpy old men who are in real need of a place where  we can gather together, reminisce about the old days, and maybe enjoy a bit of sunshine in the process....I speak of a gameworld where access is exclusive, where there are no cheating children, no SMFA, just old friends reuniting and having a laugh (and doubtless a moan when results come in!).
    I know that if there was sufficient interest I'd certainly drop a few teams to give such a venture proper attention.
    I've long thought of an updated, tougher version of the GBL but I appreciate that rating caps aren't everyone's cup of tea so I think I've an idea for a more standard approach that is simple enough but with a few twists to keep things interesting and help it stand out from the crowd.
    Anyone interested in hearing more?
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    Machine reacted to GLORY_DAYS in English Championship 7046 Discussion Thread   
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    I haven't been posting because of real life commitments but I have been quietly rebuilding the Arsenal side back from the ground up.
    I looked to get some quality youth into squad with the likes of Lindsay Rose (who will get minutes with the season ending injury to Bisevic, possibly a cheeky +1 rise), exciting wingers Barrow, Rachid Gezzal and Amin Younes (big thanks to Raz for the quick deal) and promising striker Benjamin Jeannot.
    I also bolstered the side with a bit of experience with veteran Axaixys Romao from Exeter City for 7.5 million and young Dutch keeper Jeroen Zoet. Key departures of Villa and Aspas may only be the start for some of the "big" names in the Gunners squad.
    Romao will add stoutness to my defence and his versatility playing central defense, central and defensive midfield will bolster a thinner squad. While Zoet will take over from the hapless Fernandez who cost us six goals (including one friendly) in his last two performances and changes needed to be made.
    The results are coming in after a 4-2 beating at the hands of Aston Villa, we came back with a vengeance with a solid 3-0 thrashing of Hartlepool United. Captain Xabi Alonso, Shaqiri and Kiessling got the goals but it was debutante keeper Zoet who stole the show, keeping a clean sheet in his first game for the gunners while Romao performed well at central defense.
    Our goal is to get 45 points as soon as possible to secure our Division Two status and see where we go from there, next up is promotion chasing Leeds United.
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    Machine got a reaction from Machines in Does SM really care about the spirit of the game...?   
    There is an urgent need for SM to address the lack of a facility to report conduct outside the spirit of the game where an account-holder is using the site in a way that ruins the experience for other users.
    Currently there is a mechanism to report dodgy transfers, multiple accounts etc.
    However there is a new threat to SM's gameworlds - and in particular some of the most popular forum gameworlds - that does not have a reporting tool or at least a commonly-known process to alert SM.
    I'm referring to account-holders who join gameworlds with the sole intention of ruining a club by systematically selling existing players for as little as possible and buying in poor players (mainly from external clubs) paying ridiculously over the odds.
    Once the club is decimated the account-holder moves on to another club in the gameworld and repeats the process.
    To clarify; I'm not talking about deals a new or naive manager might make, I'm talking about the malicious destruction of multiple squads within a gameworld done with the desire to very much ruin the experience for other users
    I don't expect SM to provide an email address or anything like that as realistically it would be abused by anyone with a grievance and - at the moment - such malicious accounts are rare.
    There must though be a way that SM can quickly be alerted to malicious accounts as without swift action squads are ruined within days....perhaps the solution would be closer communication between SM and the moderators and then only accounts referred to SM by mods are investigated?
    Whatever the solution I just hope something can be done; there is a growing feeling in the forum that for SM the multi-player is a secondary consideration these days compared to the single player, and with many forum gameworlds being specifically targeted by these malicious accounts a positive response from SM on this matter would be very much appreciated
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    Machine got a reaction from muallan in Does SM really care about the spirit of the game...?   
    There is an urgent need for SM to address the lack of a facility to report conduct outside the spirit of the game where an account-holder is using the site in a way that ruins the experience for other users.
    Currently there is a mechanism to report dodgy transfers, multiple accounts etc.
    However there is a new threat to SM's gameworlds - and in particular some of the most popular forum gameworlds - that does not have a reporting tool or at least a commonly-known process to alert SM.
    I'm referring to account-holders who join gameworlds with the sole intention of ruining a club by systematically selling existing players for as little as possible and buying in poor players (mainly from external clubs) paying ridiculously over the odds.
    Once the club is decimated the account-holder moves on to another club in the gameworld and repeats the process.
    To clarify; I'm not talking about deals a new or naive manager might make, I'm talking about the malicious destruction of multiple squads within a gameworld done with the desire to very much ruin the experience for other users
    I don't expect SM to provide an email address or anything like that as realistically it would be abused by anyone with a grievance and - at the moment - such malicious accounts are rare.
    There must though be a way that SM can quickly be alerted to malicious accounts as without swift action squads are ruined within days....perhaps the solution would be closer communication between SM and the moderators and then only accounts referred to SM by mods are investigated?
    Whatever the solution I just hope something can be done; there is a growing feeling in the forum that for SM the multi-player is a secondary consideration these days compared to the single player, and with many forum gameworlds being specifically targeted by these malicious accounts a positive response from SM on this matter would be very much appreciated
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    Machine reacted to Nico66 in English Championship 7777 - Discussion Thread   
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    Preparations for tonight's WC Qualifier against Austria are well underway after the 4 hour flight from Heathrow. I was up in business class next to the Ignashevich's and boy that woman can talk,,, never stopped for a minute and then when I excused myself for the bathroom she stole my complimentary canapes
    Anyway, checked out the Luzhniki this morning,,, the pitch is still there but under a bit of snow. The SM Match Preview says the weather will be bright, sunny and +3c at 8pm tonight so hopefully it will have all gone by then...
    Michael Oliver is officiating the match, which is a big concern because we always seem to have poor results with English referees. Usually the Kremlin likes to have a say on the choice of referee but when the match officials were seen departing the country with a box of caviar, 3 crates of Vodka and 6 dancing girls after our last match they have since been banned from interfering.
    I can't help but think that tonight is crunch time for Russia. We really need a win, a draw will be 'meh' and a loss would probably mean the end of any possibility that President Putin will be at Wembley at the end of the season sitting next to the Queen (assuming his visa application is approved).
    Going for an experienced rather than an experimental team in view of the importance of the result and the starting 11 will be:

    Akinfeev



    Smolnikov - Berezutsky - Ignashevich - Schennikov
    Dzagoev - Denisov© - Shirokov - Kombarov
    Dzyuba - Kokorin


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    Machine got a reaction from Mr Noisy in |English Championship 30000|Discussions/MRs Thread   
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    Reading all the doom and gloom posts on here, thought some perspective would be in order
    EC30000 as of Friday evening had 8 unmanaged teams and 9 managers who haven't logged in for a week or more.
    But.....of the 108 managed teams that means that 99 managers have been active within the last week (89 have logged in within just the last 2 days).
    Of the forum-based EC's only EC7777 had more managers log in during the last week.
    I'll do a wider report elsewhere but suffice to say in terms of 5-division gameworlds EC30000 is 2nd in popularity only to EC7777.
    Even factoring in the 4-division gameworlds EC30000 is still top 5 of ALL of the EC's by my reckoning.
    So really when people say a 93% managed gameworld with 99 active managers is dying they need to look at the likes of EC28888 (33 managed teams), EC27777 (23 managed teams), or EC30494 (31 managed teams) as stats-wise this gameworld is the 2nd most popular 5 division English Championship in all of SM and top 5 most popular forum-based English Championship.
    Be happy people!
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    Machine got a reaction from Nikidinho in .:Fluffy's Funhouse:.   
    Re: .:Fluffy's Funhouse:.
    Average age 37 average rating 87 Old Boys beat average age 27 average rating 94 Bayern 2-1
    Players are now off for a well-earned Radox soak
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    Machine reacted to EdMoses in EC Anno Domini - the invaded‏   
    Re: EC Anno Domini - the invaded‏
    This is an announcement on behalf of the Anno Domini Broadcasting Company.
    In review of the live telecast of the draw for the previous round of the AD Invaded Cup on ADTV and following a number of complaints, we would offer our sincere apologies for any offence caused. Our intention was to provide cutting edge coverage of the draw, using familiar and well known personalities to the footballing community. We realise now that the use of Neil “Razor” Ruddock whilst he was in a self-confessed “kebab heat” was a mistake and we offer unreserved apologies to Mr Brian Blessed MBE OBE BANDQ, along with our heartfelt concerns to his surgeon, we do hope that the chair was removed in as pain free a procedure as possible. We understand that the use of a miners helmet was required, as a result we have made a donation to the Miners Union in Mr Blessed’s name.
    Our apologies also to Mr Dale Winton, whilst it is good to hear that the insertion of a chair to Mr Blessed was less traumatic for you than it was for Mr Blessed himself – certainly we are happy for you to retain the video recorded footage you took at the time – it is a position you should never have been put in, although by your own admission you have been “put in worse positions than that most Saturday nights”.
    If anyone has heard from Gok Wan, we would very much like to get in touch with him. Not only to offer our apologies to him also, but to ask some questions in regards to Mr Blessed’s wallet which “disappeared” whilst Mr Blessed was bent double.
    Following discussions with the ombudsman, we have been advised that an attempt to broadcast such a show should never be repeated.
    As a result and in line with our development of youth coverage here on ADTV, we have invited MC Ice Berg, of the Dulwich Fresh Crew aka NoseBleeders to deliver the details of the Quarter Final Draw of the inaugural AD Invaded Cup, in his own inimitable and mulit platinum award winning way.
    Over to you Mr Berg.
    “Yeah, yeah, yeah. Uh-HUH. Turn up the bass. Yeah
    It’s not the first round of the AD cup,
    Its grown to a big dog from a little pup.
    Dem first round teams like Le Havre and Guisley,
    Dey a long time gone, disappeared, you feel me.
    Its just big boys now, swagging out the urinals,
    Leaving the last eight clubs in the quarter finals.
    Cos they p*$$ed on some of you, teams like Whitehawk,
    Who are dey anyway? Sound like swine, look like pork.
    So here it is, let me break it down like this gee,
    Tottenham Hotspurs will play Chelsea.
    A big team gonna get mowed down, killa,
    Cos AS Roma gonna face Aston Villa.
    Time to stand up boys, become men,
    Manchester City will host Dresden.
    Concluded the draw, come last like a good lover,
    Stoke versus Norwich, believe dat brother.
    Uh, huh – Yeah, Now you know,
    Feel the draw through my flow.
    Fade me out homes, don’t just finish son,
    The draw for the AD quarter finals is done.”

    Mr Berg’s new Album – Cheese and Dumplings – is released on SquitFit Records on the 23rd May and is available on line for pre-order now.
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    Machine got a reaction from Mr Noisy in EC Anno Domini - the invaded‏   
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    Dresden complete phase 1!


    With our initial £10m or so Dresden have brought in 17 players that we feel can all go on to have a bright future with the club.
    While they might not all be household names (yet!) we're happy to have brought in some quality youngsters and to have avoided wasting cash on any proper bidding wars.
    The chosen ones so far:
    TASSI, Lorenzo
    KARSDORP, Rick
    MAGNÚSSON, Hördur
    N'JIE, Clinton
    HÉCTOR, HernándezT
    SPITTAL, Blair
    MARLON, Barbosa
    ARROYO, Óscar
    MODIC, Andrej
    DONKOR, Isaac
    LUCAS, Francois
    GUEDES, Gonçalo
    LUAN, Vieira
    DE AMORES, Guillermo
    BLACKETT, Tyler
    ABNER, Almeida
    HROMADA, Jakub
    Not too shabby!
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    Machine reacted to Newman in English Championship 7046 Discussion Thread   
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    LATEST ARTICLE ADDED TO THE BLOG...
    ENGLISH CHAMPIONSHIP 7046'S TOP 25 LEAGUE GOAL SCORERS
    http://www.ec7046-blog.blogspot.co.uk/2014/08/english-championship-7046s-top-25_4.html
    It's the one you've all been waiting for. Did any of your players make it into the top 25?
    All players, positions and stats should be correct, although if you spot an error or know of a player that should be on there then please let me know and I'll edit the article. I had a deep look into players as low as 86 rated, so there (realistically) shouldn't be, but you know where I am if there is. Enjoy
    Also, congratulations to those that won in the play offs tonight and commiserations to those that lost.


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