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DirtySmurf last won the day on October 24 2012

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    Scott Samuels
  1. Re: Fluffy's Asylum Current team: Made a few major signings in Johnson, Baines, Caybaye, Mirallas, Barkley, Januzaj and Alberto..... rest of the team is poor and will need improvement at least I cant get relegated...
  2. Re: Fluffy's Asylum Can include me on this as well haha
  3. Re: Fluffy's Asylum foursome last night was fun!
  4. Re: 'Friend Suggestions' This needs to be taken out.... fed up with "friend requests" from all sorts of people I dont know who are not even in any of my game worlds
  5. Re: DAiS Genesis | Media Smurf's Rundown of the season so far: Div 1: with 10 games gone it is currently Hannover 96 who sit top by 3 points over 2nd place Deportivo who they beat in the last game. Hannover have topped the league on many occasions over the seasons but have failed to win any league titles, coming within 1 point previously. Again this season Division 1 is a closely contested affair with only 6 points seperating 2nd from 8th with Celtic and Sochaux currently in the drop zone but with 4 games remaining anything can happen. Div 2: West Brom, Atlanta and Blackburn are the 3 main teams in contention for the top spot, the former 2 teams having both played in Division 1 previously will hope that puts them in good stead for the final 4 games Torino and Espanyol find themselves in the relegation fight with Basel just outside the bottom two but within 2 points of the drop. Div 3: Forest Green are defying the odds to lead the group with Mainz close behind by 1 point. the middle of the group is seperated by just 3 points from 3rd to 7th which will keep things interesting in regards to who scores a playoff place at the end of the season. Lasy years over achievers from Div 4 Leyton Orient find themselves rotted to the foot of Div 3 and are almost certain to go back down to Div 4 Div 4: Birmingham currently hold top spot by 7 points and look odds on to be promoted at the end of the season. Lens, Cardiff, Leicester, Watford and Dnipro will all fight it out for those two play off places and the chance of Div 3 football next season
  6. Re: The 4 Nation Challenge Perhaps they have superior tactics to yours? perhaps they are a better manager? perhaps it is luck..... who knows..... All we do know is you like to assume alot about about a team you say you know nothing about
  7. Re: The 4 Nation Challenge A stuttering start but managed to turn things around and secure quite a number of points from the last 10-11 games
  8. Re: The 4 Nation Challenge Leverkusen have added Messi, Fabregas and Di Maria to the Transfer List with the idea of exchanging them for other players No silly offers or I will make silly ones back
  9. Re: Sanchez + Nasri = Mata Haha I wondered if you'd spot this
  10. Re: Sanchez + Nasri = Mata Anyone at all?
  11. I have been offered Sanchez and Nasri in exchange for Mata in a GW, I am short on players to be fair, but I just wanted to know are These two players likely to drop in ratings any time soon? Many Thanks
  12. Re: DAiS Genesis | Media DAiS Genesis End of Season Transfer Report/Gossip Now that the GW has settled down, we look at the transfer dealings for Season 3 from the teams. Some Major signings and shock transfers have happened and here is a run down of them all DIVISION 1: Atlanta: A 9 point cushion gave Atlanta fans something to smile about as their team were crowned champions with games to spare. Manager Lee Bradbury has turned the team into a force to be reckoned with this season, bringing in such players as Sneijder, Lavezzi, Wilshere and Afellay to add some flair and attacking presence to the team. Other notable purcahses include Insua, Handanovic and Miranda with promising youngster Tom Ince also joining the team. Defence seems to be where Mr Bradbury wishes to improve the team next with a possible addition to centre midfield too for next season. Sochaux: A good season for Sochaux with only a few additions to the team but a solid performance throughout to finish 2nd, they will hope to close the gap to 1st next season and the acquisitions of Ramos, Hart and Marcelo will certainly help that. Sochaux are also looking to strengthen the defensive areas and depth to the squad. Deportivo: One of the bigger movers on the transfer front this season with quite a few new faces joining the team such as Javi Martinez, Drogba, Szczesny, Schwaab, Inui and Dawson. Some young talents have also been purchased with a view to the future team which could involve players like Kohr, Heintz, Muniesa, Rudiger and Kaminski. The depth of the squad is an area likely to see improvements next for Deportivo Hannover: Manager Scott Samuels secured long term target Robin Van Persie this season aswell as adding to the team with attacking players such as Kaka, Pedro, Hernandez and Sissoko. Hannover will look to add depth to the team and restructure their defence if possible to aid a push for the title next season. Parma: Many signings for Parma this season with the most notable being Barcelona midfielder Xavi. Arjen Robben, Hugo Lloris, Milito, Lopez also joined the team with Frank Tabanou and Coutinho joining the talented youth ranks. Parma are looking to sign top rated players to help push them up the table as while they are a solid Division 1 team they have not yet challenged for the title effectively. Torino: Hardly any purchases this season for Torino who will surely look to strengthen at the back and have done with the purchase of Sam Byram, Torino will look to add further solidarity to the team over the next season and hope to finish higher then the 6th place they achieved this season West Brom: New manager Gary Mack was unable to prevent his team suffering relegation this season, despite signing the likes of Fabregas, Bale, Paulinho, Dzagoev, Howedes and Monreal to name a few. Again depth is a key issue here and Mr Mack who is leaving the GW will pass the team on to a new manager who will look to improve the 2nd team and youth to step up into 1st team places. Swansea City: Not considered among the relegation candidates this season but found themselves at the foot of the table for most of the season. Manager Ashley Holtom has managed to capture a player some consider the best in the world alongside Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo will be strutting his stuff at the Liberty Stadium from now on, other players brought in include Dani Alves, Srna and Chico. Holtom has told us that he wishes to add depth to the team.
  13. Re: DAiS Genesis | Media DAiS Genesis End of Season Transfer Report/Gossip Now that the GW has settled down, we look at the transfer dealings for Season 3 from the teams. Some Major signings and shock transfers have happened and here is a run down of them all DIVISION 2: Trabzonspor: Easy winners of Division 2 with a 6 point gap, which wasn’t surprising with Messi running the show for the team. Manager Ben Magee has only brought in two youth players this season, clearly with a view to saving up for some more superstars in the hope of an assault on Division 1 next term. Wigan: Gonzalo Higuain is the name on all the Wigan supporters lips as the club signed the talismanic front man. Also signed was Anderson Hernanes to add some flair and creativity to the team. Strength at the back will be on the mind of the manager going into the new season. AS Monaco: Despite bringing in key players such as Benzema, Nasri, Vermaelen, Balzaretti, Cabella and Isla, Monaco manager Mr Dhabi was unable to secure promotion this season but will be 1 of the favourites for next season's promotional charge. A defensive midfielder is high on the list of targets for the forthcoming season. FSV Mainz: Just the two purchases but valuable ones in Fellani and Sandro this season. Mainz will look to push for promotion under new boss Patrick Olsson Espanyol: A few additions at Espanyol with Gokan Inler and Bruno Gaspar being the biggest names to join the club. Davide Petrucci joins the youth ranks and the team will look to add a winger and forward next season Leeds United: New manager Yuri Laszlo Broggio Silva (what a mouthful) has made only a couple of purchases and both of those have been talented youngsters in the form of Osvaldo Lourenco and Wellington Aparecido. A left back is sorely needed as others have had to play out of position all season to fill the void at left back. Cardiff: Just a couple of additions at Cardiff where manager Dai Smout regularly gets left behind in the transfer market, none the less the team has been added to with Pablo Hernandez and Angel Di Maria being brought in. A number of players have left in order for that to happen including character Mario Balotelli Celtic: Transfer Information was Not available due to manager's lack of communication
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