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bcfc12345 last won the day on February 22 2011

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About bcfc12345

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  • Birthday 07/18/1995

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  • Biography
    18 year old Bluenose.
  • Location
    Brum
  • Interests
    Football, Darts, Snooker, Xbox.
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    Student
  • Favourite Football Club
    Birmingham City
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    Mitch Hancox
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  1. Re: English Championship 5579 - Discussion Thread Taken over Bury in Division 3, ready for the challenge!
  2. Re: English Championship 106 - Discussion Thread Sadly lost the first game of the season to Derby - however I was quite busy and forgot to do the team. Thanks to the manager Southampton I have managed to sign 3 good quality players, especially for Division 4. They are Savic, Borini, and Estigarribia. All three go straight into the starting line up and will be with me until the end of the season. Still got cash available to I will be trying to get even more players into my squad.
  3. Re: English Championship 106 - Discussion Thread Unfortunately I couldn't end the season with a win. My Grimsby lost 2-0 against an already promoted Oxford team who performed extremely well this season. Both teams had a considerable amount of chances, however we couldn't convert any of them into goals. Looking back, I believe I could of done something different with the tactics, but Oxford are the better team - so a 2-0 loss against a team which will be in the next division now isn't the worst thing in the world. Something quite funny which I just realized is that Wolves, the last team I use
  4. Re: English Championship 106 - Discussion Thread Yeah thats no problem mate, good luck by the way.
  5. Re: English Championship 106 - Discussion Thread Got a reality check last night on how hard this challenge may be as my Grimsby got beat 3-0 by a Swansea team who are in the bottom 4. Was always going to be hard given the difference in quality between the two teams, and it didn't help that Swansea won their last 3 games on the bounce. Due to the lack of depth in the squad and current injuries, I had to put 20 year old Packwood at CB, which must of made the job a lot harder at the back against a strong Swansea attack. However, in total we only had one less shot than Swansea and we actually h
  6. Re: English Championship 106 - Discussion Thread Second game in charge at Grimsby and managed to get my second draw, 2-2 against Peterborough. Chris Burke scored on his debut, and Leonardo Pais, the 19 year old (78 rated) got the second. That means in the 10 games Pais has played this season from midfield, he has scored an impressive 9 goals and 6 assists. Quite surprised with them statistics to be honest. So still unbeaten after 2 games at Grimsby. Would be nice to remain unbeaten for the last two games to finish the season without getting a loss while I've been charge. Going to be tough a
  7. Re: English Championship 106 - Discussion Thread First game in charge and it ended up a 0-0 draw against 5th placed Boston, ending a 3 match losing streak. All though, disappointing I didn't get the 3 points as Boston got two red cards in the first half. But still nice not to lost against a much stronger team.
  8. Re: English Championship 106 - Discussion Thread Grimsby Town Football Club New signing Raul Baena New manager Tom T stepped into the transfer market for the first time since his move to Grimsby earlier this week. With one of the weakest sides in the league, and not a lot of funds available, attracting players to the club is a hard task, but something the new boss is looking forward in doing. The depth of quality and experience in the squad is rare. Grimsby have a young side, one of the youngest in the entire league. Tom T will have to make sure he gets the team playing well and with
  9. Re: English Championship 106 - Discussion Thread Grimsby Town Football Club Paparazzi await the arrival of new manager Tom T New Manager Announced Former Yeovil Town manager Tom T has been announced as the new manager at Grimbsy Town. Tom T previously managed Yeovil Town back in 2009 where he went on to manage 172 games at the club, becoming the longest serving manager in the clubs history. He even managed to win the Division 4 play off trophy during season 10, only the second piece of silverware the club has won. After managing Yeovil he went on to manager Wolverhampton Wanderers fo
  10. Re: English Championship 5579 - Discussion Thread Got a 0-0 draw with Norwich, which is good based on the fact that Kaka got sent off in the second minute of the game
  11. Re: English Championship 5579 - Discussion Thread Over the moon with my first result as Tranmere boss. Managed to get a 2-1 win over Doncaster. Chose my tactics based on Doncaster's last performance, and it obviously paid off. I had 65% possession and a total of 26 shots on target! Kaka and Sane getting the goals. Looking forward to my next game against Norwich.
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  14. Re: English Championship 5579 - Discussion Thread Cheers mate Cheers pal Cheers, I will take a look shortly mate, nice one
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