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BIG WIN AS RATCLIFFE ANNOUNCES EXPECTED EXIT!..

Tamworth 2 - 1 Dumbarton

É.TORRES 38, 58

Half Time

(1 - 1)

B.DAVIES 23

Daniel Ratcliffe (racky) steered Tamworth to victory against Dumbarton.

Tamworth beat Dumbarton 2 - 1 in their Division 4 fixture.

Riverola had an impressive game and was voted Man of the Match.

Torres was on the scoresheet for his side.

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A special game for me on saturday.

I will become the first manager in G.B.L to manage 100 games!

Followed soon by many other legends of this fantastic set-up.

A round of applause to all of us I'd say :)

Froz3n - 99

Lenny59 - 98

sirmarkhughes - 98(over 3 accounts)

Dom Latouche - 97

EdMoses - 74+23(other account) = 97

Machine - 96

Stifler - 93

drseanfitz - 93

Hercule Poirot - 93

sonofpluto - 92

Jooles - 73

Sgt Fury - 51

racky - 42

garymack - 30

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A special game for me on saturday.

I will become the first manager in G.B.L to manage 100 games!

Followed soon by many other legends of this fantastic set-up.

A round of applause to all of us I'd say :)

Froz3n - 99

Lenny59 - 98

sirmarkhughes - 98(over 3 accounts)

Dom Latouche - 97

EdMoses - 74+23(other account) = 97

Machine - 96

Stifler - 93

drseanfitz - 93

Hercule Poirot - 93

sonofpluto - 92

Jooles - 73

Sgt Fury - 51

racky - 42

garymack - 30

Yes I do agree that the 100 game mark will be a special occasion for when we all eventually reach it. It has been quite a journey so far and I look forward to make positive strides in the next 100 games :D

We all deserve praise except fury and sop they both suck :)

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Finally some nice rises for Stenhousemuir:

Bertolacci +2 to 82

Germiti +3 to 83

So when everyone is fit i'll have an average rating of 82 for the first XI, still means i'm going to have to rely on tactics rather than ratings to get me promoted though as others in D4 will be better than that :o:rolleyes:

While I'm here, could I please refer y'all to my sig - promoting my other forum custom at the mo and you'd all be very welcome to give it a whirl (some of you have seen the light and are already there) :)

If the GBL is cut-throat, ultra-competitive stuff then the MML (Maltese Masters League) is your chilled out, slow pace for the over 35's players to have one last hurrah before fading (further in some cases) into obscurity and, ultimately, SM database deletion :eek:

No promotion, no relegation, no transfer windows, no player concerns, 18-game seasons and the chance to buy all the oldies you can't justify for your "serious" teams as they're too old or too rubbish (i.e. I have bought Forest legend Des Lyttle (rated 67), Rangers "should've been" legend Jardel (rated 75) and previous keepers have been Mark Crossley and Mark Bosnich(!)).

Equally if you save your pennies there are the heavy-hitters like Seedorf, Ballack, Friedel etc + folk turn 35 every day so there are always new folk available :)

Thread is here for further reading:

http://forum.soccermanager.com/showthread.php?t=105204

Cheers for reading! :)

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A special game for me on saturday.

I will become the first manager in G.B.L to manage 100 games!

Followed soon by many other legends of this fantastic set-up.

A round of applause to all of us I'd say :)

Froz3n - 99

Lenny59 - 98

sirmarkhughes - 98(over 3 accounts)

Dom Latouche - 97

EdMoses - 74+23(other account) = 97

Machine - 96

Stifler - 93

drseanfitz - 93

Hercule Poirot - 93

sonofpluto - 92

Jooles - 73

Sgt Fury - 51

racky - 42

garymack - 30

didnt actually realise the talent of gaffer i was up against in here..

might have 2 ponder u kno..

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Won 3-2 last night against a quality Stenhousemuir (yay!).

Bangor looking decent now with an average rating in the first team of 83. In light of recent posts regarding who are the long-term "keepers" in each team, I have highlighted in orange the players below that I believe are 87+ material in the next calender year or so and whom I will be keeping until such time as their careers nose-dive to extinguish my grand hopes for them.....

BANGOR.jpg

PS - getting very excited about Isaac Cuenca's prospects.... he laid on 3 goals for Barcelona in the CL during the week!

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Won 3-2 last night against a quality Stenhousemuir (yay!).

Bangor looking decent now with an average rating in the first team of 83. In light of recent posts regarding who are the long-term "keepers" in each team' date=' I have highlighted in orange the players below that I believe are 87+ material in the next calender year or so and whom I will be keeping until such time as their careers nose-dive to extinguish my grand hopes for them.....

[img']http://i855.photobucket.com/albums/ab117/mike270482/BANGOR.jpg[/img]

PS - getting very excited about Isaac Cuenca's prospects.... he laid on 3 goals for Barcelona in the CL during the week!

That is a quality side.I am not that good at predicting future sides,I do have an 83 starting average as well though .

I might ask Garymack to predict my future side/ratings as I am a bit clueless.

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My best guess at the pick of my bunch for the next couple of seasons:

GK: Carlo Pinsoglio - out on loan from Juventus hasn't played as much as I'd have hoped but still involved with Italy under-21's and should have a strong future, even if it looks less likely now that he'll be "the next Buffon".

CB: Nicolas Isimat Marin - 20 yr old Valenciennes CB rose +5 to 83, no reason why he can't continue to rise

CB: Ignacio Fideleff - 22 yr old just recently moved to Napoli, rated 80 should hit 83 for his time in Argentina and the few appearances he's had for Napoli

CB: Piccoli Neuton - 21 yr old already rated 83, similar to Fideleff looking to cement a starting spot in Serie A having recently moved to Udinese

RW: Manuel Lanzini - 19 yr old rated 80 but with over 2000+ minutes for River Plate and Fluminese should continue to progress

CM: Magomed Ozdoev - 19 yr old with 1400+ minutes for Lokomotiv Moskva, will surely jump +3/4 from 80 and upwards again in the future

CM: Alexander Merkel - 19 yr old German youngster racking up time with Genoa in Serie A, big talent but has an attitude problem apparently that could slow his progress

AM: Lorenzo Insigne - much expected of Napoli's 20 yr old, 19 goals in 33 games with Foggia last season and now 7 in 15 for Pescara in Serie B this season, another one for a +3/4 for now and more in the future

LW: Fernando Canesin - 19 yr old Brazilian progressing nicely through Anderlecht's finishing school, rose +5 to 80 should rise plenty more

CF: Ciro Immobile - 9 in 16 for Pescara on loan from Juventus, will certainly rise from 78, the 21 yr old has a bright future in Serie A

F: Silva Ciro - rated 82 and incredibly will be 23 in April, I still believe that despite it being a couple of years after he was the must-have player on SM Ciro can be a mid to high 80's player. Near 700 minutes in his first season with Fluminese should see him rise +1/2 and hit 83/84

Subs: GK - Romo, CB - Dominguez, CM: Rafinha, W: Verdi, CF: Eduardo, F: Kelvin

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ALLOA 8 - 2 LLANELLI

Gary Mack steered Alloa Athletic to victory against Llanelli.

Alloa Athletic hammered Llanelli 8 - 2 in their Division 4 fixture.

Patrick scored a goal and was later voted Man of the Match for his performance.

Negueba and Obi were also amongst the goalscorers.

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TAMWORTH TOP!..

East Fife 1 - 3 Tamworth

B.RIENSTRA 32 (pen)

Half Time

(1 - 3)

É.TORRES 5, 42

M.RIVEROLA 39

Daniel Ratcliffe (racky) steered Tamworth to victory against East Fife.

Tamworth outclassed East Fife and beat them 3 - 1 in their Division 4 fixture.

Riverola scored a goal and was later voted Man of the Match for his performance.

Torres was also on the scoresheet for his side.

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