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hibee1875

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  • Birthday 10/06/1961

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  1. Re: One over the Eight-y Champions Trophy One over the Eight-y Champions Trophy - Matchday 2 Saturday 26 December Red Group Gimnasia du Jujuy 0 - 0 KAA Gent Le Havre AC 1 - 0 El Nacional Le Havre (6pts) Gimnasia Du Jujuy (2pts) El Nacional (1pt) KAA Gent (1pt) Green Group Willem II 0 - 3 Gimnasia la Plata Maccabi Petach Tikva 1 - 2 Djurgardens IF Gimnasia la Plata (6pts) Djurgaardens IF (6pts) Maccabi Petach Tikva (0pts) Willem II (0pts)
  2. Re: One over the Eight-y Champions Trophy One over the Eight-y Champions Trophy - Matchday 1 Wednesday 23 December Red Group El Nacional 1 - 1 Gimnasia du Jujuy KAA Gent 0 - 2 Le Havre AC Green Group Djurgardens IF 2 - 1 Willem II Gimnasia la Plata 2 - 0 Maccabi Petach Tikva
  3. Re: One over the Eight-y Champions Trophy One over the Eight-y Champions Trophy - Matchday 1 Wednesday 23 December Red Group El Nacional (Ecu) vs. Gimnasia du Jujuy (Arg) KAA Gent (Bel) vs. Le Havre AC (Fra) Green Group Djurgardens IF (Swe) vs. Willem II (Ned) Gimnasia la Plata (Arg) vs. Maccabi Petach Tikva (Isr)
  4. One Over The Eight-y Champions Trophy To celebrate this set-up reaching season 10, there will be a competition between all the former Champions. The continued success of this set-up is due to 100% of clubs being managed. The eight former champion clubs will be split into two groups of 4 and will play home and away in a round robin format. Matches will be played on friendly dates beginning Tuesday 23 December. Group winners will play the runners-up from the other group in the semi-finals. Draw for the first round; Red Group: El Nacional (Ecuador), Gimnasia du Jujuy (Argentina), KAA Gent (Belgium) and Le Havre (France) Green Group: Djurgardens IF (Sweden), Willem II (Netherlands), Gimnasia la Plata (Argentina) and Maccabi Petach Tikva (Israel) The winning manager will receive a retro shirt of the country the club comes from.
  5. Re: New Set-Up "Euro SuperLeague III" Come on Guys....Most of the big boys left....Priority to Gold Members
  6. Re: New Set-Up "Euro SuperLeague III" Ok Guys....League is set up....GO CRAZY!!!!
  7. Re: New Set-Up "Euro SuperLeague III" Hi.... It's first come first served so you can take your chance of being quick off the mark and have a club in the set up. It will probably go live sometime Sunday/Monday depending on when SM can fit it in. Gold members will get priority
  8. Hi Guys.... Not been on for a while as i was not interested in setting up anymore Leagues. Changed my mind when SM added the free International teams to custom set-ups. So, i will be looking for managers for my new "Euro SuperLeague III" set-up and would obviously prefer Gold members as they are the only ones able to manager any of the International teams in the set-up. Please do not ask for a club before the league is set-up, it will be first come first served with Gold members given priority. The Clubs in the set-up are as follows; Division 1 Arsenal AS Roma Bayern Munchen Chelsea FC Barcelona Manchester United Milan Real Madrid (Setup Owner) Sevilla Werder Bremen Division 2 Espanyol Everton FC Schalke 04 Hamburger SV Internazionale Juventus Liverpool Tottenham Hotspur Valencia Villarreal Division 3 Aston Villa Atletico Madrid Fiorentina Manchester City Olympique Lyon Porto Sampdoria Shakhtar Donetsk Vfb Stuttgart Vfl Wolfsburg I will buy the new league 2 moro, Sunday 4 Oct
  9. Re: Ross Forbes Just been voted SPL Young Player of the Month !!
  10. Re: Auld Alliance '09 - Results/Tables/Transfers Auld Alliance ‘09 Week 2 - Division One DANDY DONS LEAVE BORDEAUX RED ABERDEEN 4 (D Mackie(2), J Smith, M Kerr) BORDEAUX 1 (F Cavenaghi) Attendance: 13,296 ------------------ Press Conference Aberdeen Manager Binky Fuzziewugs: "I am obviously delighted and proud of the way the boys played tonight. We knew it would be cagey early on but as the game wore on we beacame more confident that we could hurt them. Darren Mackie took his goals well and this will be a huge confidence boost to him to have scored twice against a team like Bordeaux. I'm a bit disappointed in the way we lost the goal but we struck back almost immediately and that gave us a tremendous boost just before half-time. We now travel to Saint-Etienne as league leaders, who would have thought that?" Bordeaux Manager Gordon McCubbing: "There will be changes, other than that...NO COMMENT" AJA TRUMP HEARTS AJ AUXERRE 3 (I Jelen, S Grichting, D Niculae) HEARTS 1 (C Nade) Attendance: 11,791 ------------- Press Conference AJ Auxerre Manager Brad Sylve: "A comprehensive performance and one we are delighted with, especially after losing an early goal. We didnt panic, kept the ball on the deck and stayed with our beliefs. To get back into the game so soon was a bonus and once we were level i knew there was only going to be one winner. The real disappointment is that Steve Pienaar will be out for the rest of the season after breaking his ankle. We wish him well in his recovery from this nasty injury" Hearts Manager Carter Dougherty: "We started really well and i thought we deserved to take the lead early on but we seemed to lose concentration and let Auxerre back into the game almost immediately, a cardinal sin! Auxerre took great confidence from this and to be truthful probably deserved the 3 points. We now have to travel to Ibrox and face Rangers, which will be tough but the guys have confidence in their ability to survive in this league. We will click sooner rather than later" LES VERTS HELD BY L'OM AS SAINT-ETIENNE 1 (Y Hautcoeur) MARSEILLE 1 (B Kone) Attendance: 27,126 ------------- Press Conference AS Saint-Etienne Manager George Baker: "A very disappointing performance on the whole as we never really got our passing game going. We thought we could build on last weeks win in Bordeaux but it wasn't to be, unfortunately. Marseille kept the ball well and made us do a lot pressing and covering ground and that told in the latter stages of the match when they did look the more likely team to score a winner. We dust ourselves down though, we are unbeaten so far, and look forward to the next challenege when the league leaders, Aberdeen, come here." Marseille Manager Dan Hauser: "Very happy with the performance but a little disappointed with the result. I tought we done enough to win but a point away from home in this league is not to be sniffed at. Once in front i thought we would go on to win the game but we were a bit sloppy at their goal by not closing down Hautcoeur and giving him plenty of time to pick his spot. The lad did finish it well though. We now travel again, this time to AJ Auxerre and will be looking for a similair performance but hopefully a more positive result" BOMBER BROWN DOWNS 'GERS CELTIC 1 (S Brown) RANGERS 0 Attendance: 57,946 ------------- Press Conference: Celtic Manager Bradley Stone: "I thought we dominated the game from the first whistle and i was a little nervous as we couln't convert the chances we made whilst being so much on top of Rangers, you always think these missed chances would come back and haunt you. Scott Brown never stopped running and i thought his performance deseved a positive outcome and i was delighted it was him who seperated the teams at the end. The goal was a bit scrappy but in these derby matches it dosen't matter how they go in! Rangers Manager Dave Carr: "Very unhappy with the performance and i think the atmosphere got to a lot of the new players we have brought into the club as i don't think they would have experienced this type of pressure anywhere else. We will pick ourselves up and look forward to the visit of Heats on Sunday. They are a difficult side to play against but we have the players to get the right result in front of our own fans"
  11.  Auld Alliance ‘09  Week One Results First Division Bordeaux 1 : Yoan Gourcuff (2) AS Saint-Etienne 2 : Eidur Gudjohnsen (11), Blaise Matuidi (41) Hearts 1 : Laryea Kingston (52) Aberdeen 1 : Sone Aluko (73) Olympique Marseille 0 Celtic 0 Rangers 1 : De Marcus Beasley (53) AJ Auxerre 1 : Issa Ba (1) Second Division AC Ajaccio 3 : Christophe Metzelder (47), Federico Poggi (52), Julien Viale (81) St Johnstone 0 Hibernian 0 Motherwell 1 : Stephen Hughes (78) RC Lens 2 : Louis Saha (50), Geoffrey Doumeng (84) Nantes 2 : Massimo Gobbi (4), Mamadou Bagayoko (7) Sochaux 0 Dundee United 1 : Craig Conway (89) Latest Transfer News Aberdeen: Emiliano INSUA (Liverpool), Rohde FELIPE MATTIONI (Milan), Fabian DELPH (Leeds United). AC Ajaccio: Dusko TOSIC (Werder Bremen), Christoph METZELDER (Real Madrid), Herve TUM (Sivasspor) AJ Auxerre: Andrea DOSSENA (Liverpool), Renato PAULO FERREIRA (Chelsea), Steven PIENAAR (Everton). AS Saint-Etienne: Eidur GUDJOHNSEN (Barcelona), Walter SAMUEL (Internazionale), Giovanni PASQUALE (Udinese). Bordeaux: Gomez MIGUL TORRES (Real Madrid), Wilfred BOUMA (Aston Villa), Adriano FERREIRA PINTO (Atalanta). Celtic: Arthur BOKA (Vfb Stuttgart), Daniele BONERA (Milan), Martin PETROV (Manchester City), Michael OWEN (Newcastle United), Silva Ferreira ARI (AZ), Vincenzo IAQUINTA (Juventus) Dundee United: Darren BARR (Falkirk) Hearts: Steve CHERUNDOLO (Hannover 96), Francesco MODESTO (Genoa). Hibernian: James McCarthy (Hamilton Academical), Wes BROWN (Manchester United), Njitap GEREMI (Newcastle United) Motherwell: Alberto WALTER LOPEZ (West Ham United), Miguel COMMINGES (Cardiff City), Zoltan BOOR (Raba ETO Gyor), Kevin ARTMANN (Werder Bremen). Nantes: Ludovic MAGNIN (Vfb Stuttgart), Massimo GOBBI (Fiorentina), Timo HILDEBRAND (TSG 1899 Hoffenheim). Olympique Marseille: Marco MARCHIONNI (Juventus), Tim de CLER (Feyenoord), Mauuel FRIEDRICH (Bayer Leverkusen). Rangers: Mateo FERRARI (Genoa), Nicolas ANELKA (Chelsea), Oleksiy HAI (Shakhtar Donetsk), Wayne BRIDGE (Manchester City). RC Lens: Pascal CHIMBONDA (Tottenham Hotspur), Miguel RICARDO COSTA (Vfl Wolfsburg), Louis SAHA (Everton). Sochaux: Harry KEWELL (Galatasaray), Mirko PIERI (Sampdoria), St Johnstone: Siva NEYMAR (Santos), de Souza DOUGLAS COSTA (Gremio), Jose BAXTER (Everton), Pereira da Silva FABIO (Manchester United), Kamil CONTOFALSKY (Zenit), Marc MUNIESA (Barcelona)
  12. Re: NEW SET UP - Anglo-Italian Premier 'A' Two teams to go.... .....Portsmouth & Palermo
  13. Re: NEW SET UP - Anglo-Italian Premier 'A' There will be a Transfer Window between turns 1 - 7 and there will be no buying players over the age of 34....apart from that there is no other rules...Go Crazy in Spain !!!
  14. Re: NEW SET UP - Anglo-Italian Premier 'A' Hi Guys....they set that up quick!!!! Only a few teams left; .......FIORENTINA. BLACKBURN ROVERS, PORTSMOUTH, NEWCASTLE UNITED, PALERMO & WEST HAM UNITED ONCE THEY HAVE GONE I WILL ACCEPT ALL REQUESTS AT THE SAME TIME...THAT WAY WE ALL HAVE THE SAME CHANCE IN THE TRANSFER MARKET:D
  15. NEW SET-UP ANGLO-ITALIAN PREMIER 'A' Top 12 teams from the English & Italian Leagues, split into 3 divisions of 8 teams I will be starting of with INTERNAZIONALE 23 Serious Managers wanted for this Set-Up I will let everyone know when the Set-Up goes Live!!! :DPlease do not ask for a club as it will be first come first served
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