The games come thick and fast on the run into Christmas, something that is not helped by the fact we are competing in four competitions. The purchase of Fowler at the beginning of the season was the right thing to do, and though I feel bad for last year’s hero Kosta-D I remind myself there is no time for sentimentality in football.
Germinal Ekeren arrive in Sao Paulo for the Saturday game and despite the game being even, the score line is heavily in our favour. Richard Wright is growing in stature with every game and gets MOM for making five saves and keeping a clean sheet.
Hello and welcome back to the next episode of CM9798 Summer Specials. You can catch-up with last week right here. What fresh hell is he putting on us this week you ask? Well, many of you will have taken on Leyton Orient in Division Three for the much-loved Bjorn Heidenstrom. They’ve got a canny side and it’s easy to get promoted…but how would they fair in the Premier League…and the Champions League…well, let’s find out.
Hi Everyone. Welcome back to France and welcome back to summer 1998. So far, it’s been a summer to remember with the Three Lions cruising through their World Cup group consisting of Australia, Italy and Morocco.
Next up we take on Saudi Arabia in the round of 16. We beat them in the warm ups and I’m hoping for a similar result.
Hello señors and señoritas of the champ man world, it’s Friday and time for another trip to Bilbao. Last week the basque boys were beginning to gather some momentum after a less than ideal start to the season, and we continue the story with a visit from Racing Santander…
Racing are struggling in 15th, and have lost their star player, Hugo Porfirio to Real Betis. Etxebe has recovered from injury but is only 81% fit, so with one eye on the Dortmund game, he’s left out of an unchanged squad from last match. We lead early through Perez and have ten more efforts on goal but Racing’s veteran Italian keeper, Walter Zenga is on good form. I’m frustrated when Racing score with only their second attempt to make it 1-1 at half time, but that’s CM life.
It’s been a week of new seasons here on CM9798.co.uk and today is no different. Peter Jones’ Alloa strolled to promotion in season one but how are they shaping up in season 2? Over to you, Peter…
Back for another season with the mighty Alloa. Promotion to Division 2 and everyone is happy to enjoy the journey. Unless you think it’s a road to nowhere. At least he was kind enough to tell me in person and I didn’t have to read it in the Clackmannanshire Times. Sadly his regen went to Hull.
Liam turned Darlington around in the previous update so he starts a new season hoping to take them towards promotion. It’s another season of the A-Z challenge!
Right. Start of the season and I will be making bids and replacing some of the deadwood in the team that I inherited. Obviously i have made a lot of changes to the team already, and I think that after I finish my time here, they will be very well set for the future. The transfers do come thick and fast!
Happy Monday. Rob is here with the beginning of a second season for Sao Paulo where the chairman appears to be some sort of sugar Daddy…
Life in the second division begins with the welcome boost of a cash injection to write off the £11 million debt, I’m not sure where the money comes from and I don’t really care, ask no questions, hear no lies and all that.
Cash has always burnt a hole in my pocket, having said that 49 goal hero Kosta-D is the wrong side of 30 and Molnar hasn’t had enough games to prove he can take his place. I consider this signing quite a coup for a team in the third tier and also a bit of a bargain.
Hello and welcome back to another episode of WTF is Andrew doing this time! You can catch-up on last week’s experiment here where we took a dive into the hidden stats of the CM9798 database and why some ‘Super Players’ always overperform.
Most of you will remember the days of playing football at school and every now and again a handful of the best players took on the rest of the schoolyard. Well, ladies and gentlemen, today I bring to you the Soccer 7’s Heroes.
Hello everyone and welcome back to the Three Lions blog. In the last episode we warmed up nicely for the World Cup with some impressive friendly fixtures. we move on to the serious stuff now as we head to France for the FIFA World Cup.
It’s a great start for South Africa who manage to hold the holders Brazil to a draw. A draw in the other game leaves group A wide open.