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    Great start 442, a shame about the League Cup, looks like you were unlucky to lose that one. Also there have been surprisingly few sending-offs for John Nutter so far.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyBee82 View Post
    Great start 442, a shame about the League Cup, looks like you were unlucky to lose that one. Also there have been surprisingly few sending-offs for John Nutter so far.
    Thanks! There's been a surprising lack of violent conduct in general - still plenty of time though...

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    Round-up: 1-15 October 2010

    October started with the news that Sam Shaw had been recognised as League Two Manager of the Month for September. Publicly he said that it meant little to him – the team’s achievements were the ones that counted. But privately, he allowed himself a bit of satisfaction.

    The team travelled to Crewe on 2 October, with Jackson keeping his place and Rance dropping to the bench. Jackson bagged a first half double which, along with Cisse’s first goal for the club, propelled Medway into an early 3-0 lead. Complacency set in though and somehow the team conspired to give away two goals in the lead-up to half time. The Crewe fans were buzzing and Shaw was incensed. Not for the first time this season, he gave the team both barrels during the break. Mid-way through the second half, Jackman was pushed up into midfield in Palmer’s place. The move immediately paid off as he made a great run in-field and scored with an unstoppable shot. Once again, the points would be heading to Kent. And with Port Vale slipping up, Medway’s lead was extended.

    Final score: Crewe 2 – Medway FC 4
    Man of the match: Simeon Jackson


    On 7 October, Southampton came in with a £120k for Chris Palmer. Shaw had to think about it. Palmer’s early season performances had been strong and he was the kind of player Sam liked – hard working and determined. Plus Medway were short of options down the left. But since he had made his transfer request the winger had gone off the boil. At the end of the day, Shaw wasn’t comfortable keeping unhappy players around the squad. He accepted the offer.

    Later that day his mobile rang. He picked it up. At first he could only hear a soft layer of white noise and crackling, but after a few seconds he made out a faint voice.

    “Sam, it’s Gareth”
    “Where the fuck are you, down a mine?”
    “Erm, no... actually I’m on a small volcanic island off the south coast of Iceland...”
    “Jesus. How did you get there?”
    “A plane, then a hire car, then a ferry... it was pretty easy... I’m watching a team who play out here called IBV... they’ve got an English lad playing at left back who I think would make a good signing... shall I try and bring him back?”

    There must be easier places to look for players, Sam thought to himself. He also made a mental note to cap Wilson’s expense account. But the scout had been right about Hatch, so he told him to go ahead. On top of that, Shaw put in a bid for Yala Bolasie, a left-sided attacking midfielder who Wilson had recommended earlier in the year.

    Bottom of the league Cheltenham were next to visit the Priestfield in a match-up that looked like a foregone conclusion. So it seemed when Jackson continued his good run of form with a goal on seven minutes. But Cheltenham snuck one five minutes later, with what turned out to be their only shot of the half. Medway were held until half time, but normal service was resumed soon after as Oli headed his first goal of the season. Cisse began to dominate the midfield, putting in a dynamic performance and adding two goals either side of a second for Cheltenham.

    Final score: Medway FC 4 – Cheltenham 2
    Man of the match: Kalifa Cisse


    Immediately after the match, Palmer’s move to Southampton was completed. Three days later, they came in with a cheeky bid for Bentley too. Shaw picked up the phone to Alan Pardew and politely reminded him there were other teams to sign players from. The bid was rejected.

    Matt Garner, the full back Wilson had recommended, arrived on the plane from Iceland on Wednesday 13 October. He had cost £20k and with Palmer leaving, was a welcome reinforcement on the team’s left side.

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    Nice find!!

    And a bargain price.

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    Round-up: 16-30 October 2010

    Lincoln were ninth in a tightly packed mid-table, so Medway’s away trip to Sincil Bank was far from easy on paper. The starting team was unchanged, with new signing Garner on the bench. Medway created all the chances in the first half but the Lincoln defence was resolute and the game remained scoreless. The second half started in the same way. Shaw replaced the unusually ineffective Jackson with Hatch, who took his opportunity to impress with the breakthrough goal on 74 minutes. That was followed five minutes later by a spectacular volley from Jackman. Medway were home and dry again.

    Final score: Lincoln 0 – Medway FC 2
    Man of the match: Joe Anderson (Lincoln)


    The next fixture was a midweek kick-off at home to Bradford. By then, the latest in a series of bids for Yala Bolasie had been rejected by Doncaster as Shaw’s frustrations in the transfer market continued. For the Bradford game, Shaw rested Dennis Oli and gave Jack Payne a run-out on the right wing. He also brought Liam Hatch back in up front. Simeon Jackson had made his feelings known about Shaw’s habit of rotating the two strikers, but the manager wasn’t about to start taking orders from his players. And Hatch’s goal against Lincoln had nudged him ahead again.

    Hatch Jackson
    Games 7(4) 8(4)
    Goals 6 8
    Average rating 7.55 7.33

    It was a tight first half with little to choose between the teams. They went in scoreless. And despite an improvement in the second half, Bradford held out and came away with a deserved point. It was the first time this season that any team had stopped Medway scoring. But they remained five points clear in the league, so any frustration Shaw felt had to be put in context.

    Final score: Medway FC 0 – Bradford 0
    Man of the match: Lloyd Saxton (Bradford)


    Managed by Micky Adams, Port Vale were one of the division’s strongest sides and Medway’s closest contenders. So their showdown at Vale Park on 23 October promised to be a crucial one for both clubs. Vale boasted the league’s tightest defence so they would be tough to break down. Curtis Weston was rested for the trip and replaced by Dean Rance. Jackson came back in as the lone striker and Dennis Oli returned on the right wing.

    Medway had a nightmare of a start. The Port Vale defence was assured and in attack they looked like scoring every time they went forward. Rigg and Dodds put them two up after 26 minutes. But then, as the home side were waiting to take a corner, Rigg lashed out at Gowling and was given a straight red. Could it be a turning point? Simeon Jackson thought so. A few minutes after the sending off, he picked up a long pass from Cisse and rifled in a half volley... GOAL! Medway were back in the match. But the Port Vale defence wasn’t so highly rated for nothing. They held out against a barrage of attacks as the second half ticked away. Shaw sent Hatch on to partner Jackson, moving to 4-4-2. And it was a run from Hatch that drew a foul from Yates on 80 minutes. King stepped up to take the free kick... GOAL! Medway were level! Neither side could nick a winner and, in the end, both had to be satisfied with the draw.

    Final score: Port Vale 2 – Medway FC 2
    Man of the match: Louis Dodds (Port Vale)


    Mark McCammon hadn’t got a look in this season, with the fine form of Hatch and Jackson keeping the striker well outside his manager’s thoughts. He was transfer listed in October and, to Shaw’s surprise, a bidding war followed with the player eventually going to Woking for £75k. Shaw had now let five players go and brought only three in to replace them. He’d been lucky with injuries so far, but how long could that continue?

    Matt Garner was given his debut in the home match against Oxford on 26 October. He replaced Nutter as Weston also came back into the side for Rance. With those exceptions the team was unchanged. As with Bradford and Port Vale before them, Oxford proved obdurate opponents. They held out for an hour, but once Dennis Oli broke the deadlock their resistance fell and further goals followed from Jackman and Bentley. Garner also had an impressive debut and looked like another good find by Wilson.

    Final score: Medway FC 3 – Oxford 0
    Man of the match: Kalifa Cisse


    A few days later, Steve Wignall told Shaw that Chris Kiely had not turned up for training that day. Shaw was furious – he’d given the young keeper a huge break by making him his first choice and he expected at least a bit of professionalism in return. He called the player immediately to give him an official warning. Kiely admitted that after a night out on the lash he’d woken up with a raging hangover and hadn’t been able to drag himself out of bed. At least he was honest. And at least he promised to make sure it wouldn’t happen again. Shaw would let it drop for now.

    Around that time, Shaw also demoted two of the squad’s younger members to the reserves and simultaneously made them available for loan. Striker Andy Pugh and midfielder Luke Rooney were unlikely to get any first team action this season.

    Stockport away was the final game of the month and Shaw went into it with an unchanged match-day squad. It was a miserable day and the travelling fans were already drenched by kick-off. “Give them something to make the trip worthwhile” Shaw told his players, but it was Stockport who opened the scoring just before the half hour mark. Medway turned up the pressure, and Jackson scored from a Bentley cross to even things up. The second half was more of the same, with Medway applying the pressure and Stockport attacking on the break. An injury to Jackman with 20 minutes remaining forced Shaw into a reshuffle, with Hatch and Jackson partnering each other up front. And it was Jackson who found the winner (his 11th of the season) shortly after.

    Final score: Stockport 1 – Medway FC 2
    Man of the match: Simeon Jackson


    The Jackman injury aside (which would keep him out of action for two weeks) it was a great end to the month for Medway. They were now ten points clear at the top of the league. And they were starting to feel unbeatable...

    League position at end of month: 1st
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    With a smallish squad you might need that 10 point lead. Nutter will get a suspension at some point ! He has a #ZanSnakeEdge to his game.

    Chance for Hatch to get a run of starts and show what he can do.
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    10 points is healthy but I can't help thinking there will be a few injuries coming!

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    Thanks gents - will post a screenshot of the squad later - it is small and I've been very lucky with injuries so far

    Am trying to only buy scouted players, but they're not turning much up at the moment...

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    Round-up: 1-19 November 2010

    For the second month running, Shaw was named League Two Manager of the Month. The first time was nice, but repeating the presentation, photographs and awkward smiling felt like an unnecessary distraction. And he was more concerned about the news that physio Ken Steggles had given him that morning about Liam Hatch’s foot injury. He’d better hope that Simeon Jackson stayed fit for three weeks.

    More exciting was the prospect of his first FA Cup tie as manager: they visited Cambridge United on 6 November to open their campaign. With no Danny Jackman, Shaw was forced to play Jack Payne out of position on the left wing. And with Hatch out, Jackson would have to go it alone up front. The side was a bit cobbled together, but Cambridge were towards the bottom of the Conference and Shaw thought he’d have enough to see them off, even away from home. On a rainy day and a bog of a pitch, the game lacked any quality until Jackson slotted home a classy finish from a Weston cross. Medway piled on the pressure after that and Oli added a second on the stroke of half time, Weston again providing the assist. That’s how it stayed and Medway were through to the second round.

    Final score: Cambridge 0 – Medway FC 2
    Man of the match: Curtis Weston


    By the time it got to their next match, away at Shrewsbury, Jack Payne had also picked up a nick in training. The squad was getting stretched as Shaw had feared. This time it was Matt Garner’s turn to play out of position on the left of midfield. Shrewsbury were well positioned in the league, but the game fell apart for them early on as Bentley scored an opening minute goal and Lewis Neal, their midfielder, was sent off. A Jackson penalty doubled the lead and late strikes from Oli and Cisse added gloss.

    Final score: Shrewsbury 0 – Medway FC 4
    Man of the match: Dennis Oli


    Bolton Wanderers came in with a cheeky bid for Chris Kiely after the Shrewsbury game – a sign of the young keeper’s growing reputation.



    Kiely wasn’t the only Medway player attracting interest as bids from several teams came in for Mark Bentley. Shaw turned them all down. But he was having no more luck bringing players in, with numerous attempts to sign left-sided attackers ending in failure. At least Danny Jackman had recovered from his injury. They’d have to continue as they were for now...
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    Round-up: 20-30 November 2010

    Stevenage were the next team to take their chances at the Priestfield. Jackman came back into the side as Shaw selected what had become his first eleven: Kiely, Garner, King, Gowling, Fuller(c), Cisse, Jackman, Weston, Bentley, Oli, Jackson. It was a fairly tight game, but Medway just had the better of the play. In the end, it was settled by a single goal on 34 minutes, with Weston the provider and Bentley the scorer. The lead was up to fourteen points; Medway were flying.

    Final score: Medway FC 1 – Stevenage 0
    Man of the match: Curtis Weston


    Bids continued to come in for Medway players. Barry Fuller was the latest target as Blackburn offered £90k for him. Shaw weighed it up. Fuller was an experienced pro and had led the team well as captain. But his performances themselves hadn’t quite been up to the level required. On balance, Shaw couldn’t afford to lose another squad member and he rejected the bid. The bigger problem was Mark Bentley though who had started angling for a move to Everton. Another unhappy player was bad news for Shaw, but he wouldn’t let him go cheaply. He set the midfielder’s value at £1m... if anyone was prepared to pay that, they could have him.

    With Liam Hatch back in action, Shaw had a fully fit squad at his disposal for the FA Cup second round tie at home to Bristol Rovers. Rovers were third in League One, so would surely present a tough test for Medway. Jo Kuffour was the main man for the away side and he caught Medway cold with a run and a goal on three minutes. Medway pushed for an equaliser and, after Weston had a goal disallowed, Jackson evened things up with a strike on 23 minutes. Jackson was having a great game and again proved too elusive for the Rovers defence on 35 minutes, scoring with a diving header. Medway went in 2-1 up. Although Shaw’s boys were having the better of it, Rovers were a constant threat and they found an equaliser through Coles on 56 minutes. That simply proved a catalyst for more Medway goals though, with Oli and Rance (on as a sub) putting them through to the third round. Would they get another chance to take on a Premiership giant?

    Final score: Medway FC 4 – Bristol Rovers 2
    Man of the match: Simeon Jackson


    Tucker and Shaw watched the third round draw together in the Chairman’s office. Both had their fingers firmly crossed for a home tie against one of the big boys. They got neither... it would be an away trip to QPR, flying high in the Championship: a tough test, but no big payday. “Never mind” said Tucker as he poured them each a scotch, “you’ll get a result at QPR and we’ll have our glory tie after that.” Shaw stared into his drink and said nothing.
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    The squad, as of 1 December...


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    18 players, and 3 of them left backs ! That is a small squad.

    Still going well. Can't see anyone stopping you in the league. QPR should be a test though.
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    Yep, QPR will be very tough - they're way clear at the top of the Championship.

    Definitely need two or three signings to get through the season - will be working on that next week...

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    Round-up: 1-17 December 2010

    December began with a home game against Hereford. The cold weather must have got to Shaw's team as the visitors made the early running, scoring through Manset after eight minutes. Medway gradually came back into it and Weston equalised mid-way through the half. Bentley picked up an injury before the break and was replaced by Rance. Maybe the absence of the experienced midfielder affected the team though, as it was Hereford again in the ascendancy after half time. They took the lead on 55 minutes through McCallum and held out for a deserved win. Medway were defeated for the first time since the opening weekend of the season.

    Final score: Medway FC 1 – Hereford 2
    Man of the match: Curtis Weston


    It was the weekend of the Christmas Dickens Festival in Medway, but Shaw wasn’t in the mood for festivities. The Hereford performance had been flat to say the least and he needed a response from his team. They had two games against Paul Peschisolido’s Burton Albion next – the first in the league and the second in the LDV Vans Trophy.

    For the league match, Rance and Payne came in for Bentley and Oli. Medway again started slowly and conceded on eight minutes. Shaw began to fear the worst, but young Dean Rance steadily began to take hold of the game in midfield and capped a fine half with a great solo goal just before the whistle. The second half was end to end as both teams went for the win. But it was Medway who nicked it with a goal from Jackson. Curtis Weston earned his sixth Man of the Match award of the season, illustrating the energetic midfielder’s growing importance.

    Final score: Medway FC 2 – Burton Albion 1
    Man of the match: Curtis Weston


    Three days later and Burton Albion were again at the Priestfield. Maybe they’d been enjoying too much of the local hospitality between matches, because this time they were 3-0 down by the break (a Jackson double and a header from Jackman). Medway sat back in the second half and allowed Albion a late consolation, but it was the Kent team through to round two.

    Shaw still had worries. Medway had a busy schedule with the LDV Vans Trophy, FA Cup and league, but his small squad was beginning to feel the effects. The latest casualty was Dennis Oli, who had picked up an injury during the Burton match and would be out for three weeks.

    Final score: Medway FC 3 – Burton Albion 1
    Man of the match: Dean Rance


    Next up was an away trip to Rotherham. Jack Payne came in for the injured Oli and Hatch replaced Jackson, who was off on international duty with Canada. A tight first half ended goalless and things didn’t change much after the break – neither side was really creating clear chances. With half an hour left, Shaw moved Weston out to the right wing and he was immediately more of a threat. The deadlock was finally broken on 78 minutes when he and Jackman combined well in the area to carve out an opportunity. Weston scored and Medway’s good form continued.

    Final score: Rotherham 0 – Medway FC 1
    Man of the match: Stephen Brogan (Rotherham)


    And finally there was good news on transfers. Scout Marcin Kuzba had pulled off a bit of a coup by securing the signing of free agent Carlitos. The former FC Basel man was a skilful right winger and would give Shaw another attacking option. And surely the fans would love his acrobatic goal celebrations...



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    Carlitos is a bit of a coupe. Should get plenty of assists from him. The Hereford game has been cast aside and Medway are back to winning ways.

    Weston looks to be picking up pleanty off MoM awards. Key player that you'll need to hold onto for the step up next season.
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    Carlitos should do well at this level, and with the injuries stacking up it sounds like he's come in at just the right time!

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    Not sure he'd be branded a starlet but as the lads have said, he'll do well at this level.
    Hopefully anyway.

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    Carlitos should do okay - he'll be straight in the team given that Dennis Oli is out for 3 weeks, so we'll soon see. He might find Chatham a bit different to Switzerland though. I'm anticipating 'trouble adapting to the English lifestyle'...

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    Going from Switzerland to Chatham, won't he have "trouble adapting to the altitude" ?
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    Round-up: 18 December – Christmas Eve 2010

    Carlitos was rushed into the team for the home game against Morecambe on 18 December. As excited as he was about the player’s ability, Shaw had struggled to instruct his new signing because he spoke no English at all. A series of diagrams and a lot of gesticulation would have to do for now. It reminded Sam a little of going on holiday to the Med...

    Jackson had returned from international duty and went straight back into the team, as did Bentley having recovered from his injury. Carlitos had an immediate impact, winning the free kick that led to the opening goal from Weston. Jackson added a second just before half time, set up nicely by Bentley. Medway kept Morecambe pegged back for the second half but weren’t able to add to the score.

    Final score: Medway FC 2 – Morecambe 0
    Man of the match: Simeon Jackson


    Shaw was still keen to find a left-sided attacker, but had second thoughts over a deal for Aldershot’s Andy Sandell that would have made him Medway’s top earner. The longer the negotiations went on, the more worried Sam became that he was getting ripped off and in danger of destabilising the squad. He pulled the deal at the last minute, much to Sandell’s annoyance.

    Macclesfield were next to visit the Priestfield. This was the team that had mauled Medway 5-1 on the opening day of the season. And Shaw wanted revenge. Medway tore into their opponents from the opening whistle, bossing possession and creating a number of early chances. But they were frustrated in their attempts to score until Carlitos won a penalty on 36 minutes, which Jackson converted. They continued to dominate, but only had a one goal lead to show for it at half time. Macclesfield came back at them in the second half. And as the game entered the last 20 minutes, Mukendi (Medway’s tormentor-in-chief earlier in the season) scored. The visitors had several chances to grab all three points, but it ended all square – a frustrating result for Shaw and the Medway fans.

    Final score: Medway FC 1 – Macclesfield 1
    Man of the match: Jose Veiga (Macclesfield)

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    Henoc Mukendi

    Came on loan to Thistle 12 months ago and is one of the worst footballers I have ever witnessed.


    Good to se Carlitos making an immediate impact.
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    A different Mukendi I think - Henoc / Vinny.

    He's on loan from Liverpool isn't he? Not a candidate to replace Suarez then?

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    Christmas Day 2010

    By Christmas, Carlo Ancelotti’s Chelsea had a six point lead in the Premiership, the strike partnership of David Nugent and Nwankwo Kanu had fired Portsmouth to the top of the Championship (after QPR’s form had collapsed) and Huddersfield led League One. But none of them had dominated their division like Medway.

    They had a match on Boxing Day, so Shaw brought the players in for some light training and to go through tactics first thing on Christmas Day. After that he drove home. The girls had been under strict instructions not to open any presents until he got back and they were pretty excitable by the time he arrived. Within half an hour just about every inch of their floor was covered in wrapping paper and toys. For the first time, Sam could afford to spoil the family at Christmas and he hadn’t wasted the opportunity. Things at home were great and things at work were great. He tried to bottle the moment.

    Just as they were about to sit down for their turkey, they heard a screech of tyres, the roar of an engine and, a few seconds later, a knock at the door. It was Tucker, holding out a set of keys. Behind him, a Jaguar E-Type was parked (half on the pavement). “It’s a Series 1, 1965” he offered and, without any further explanation, threw the keys at Shaw. “Keep up the good work” he said as he stomped off down the street. “Don’t you want to stay for some dinner?” Shaw shouted after him, but he was already out of range.

    Shaw went back in and ate dinner with his family. It was the best and strangest Christmas he’d ever had...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fourfourtwo View Post
    A different Mukendi I think - Henoc / Vinny.

    He's on loan from Liverpool isn't he? Not a candidate to replace Suarez then?
    If Henoc tried to bite a shoulder he would miss

    You dp know the rule on this site that managers are supposed to drive Fiats
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    Haha - I'll bear that in mind for next time!

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