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    Quote Originally Posted by drkshadow1 View Post
    ERK Said to use the new 3-5-2 defensive with assman picking the players. So that is what he got.
    Yeah but that was just for July...I wouldn't imagine he'd actually use 3-5-2 defensive...but you never know!

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    Well...a season has been run. I've picked the same players and formations that you have picked, apart from Erk, who is using last seasons winning formation, and AJ, who I stuck in a 4-1-3-2 formation beloved by most of the other players (it seemed to fit his team better).

    Division One first.

    Both teams were by far and away the best two sides in the division but the honours went to...


    Charlton by a point!



    A few stats to back up the facts...








    To make up for only getting second spot Doncaster won the EFL Trophy.




    Now onto the Premier League...

    The winners, again, and very unsurprisingly were...

    Aston Villa. Although very tight until a couple of games to go. Arsenal beating Portsmouth clinched it.





    Some stats to view...







    And onto the other trophies...







    And Europe...





    And finally...the European club championships...



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    I'll take that result anyday trunk! Great stuff!

    @ebz: your plan of sitting lazy and out of people's way doesn't seem viable mate
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    Quote Originally Posted by GFRay View Post
    @ebz: your plan of sitting lazy and out of people's way doesn't seem viable mate
    Scored less, conceded more. Can't see me finishing above you matey.
    Things go badly when I take charge. Case in point, look at Norwich. In all my years there, never finished as high as 6th and never had one of my players in the top scorers list let alone third!!

    Was very impressed when I read you had an EFL Cup win but it was EFL Trophy which is expected.

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    That table looked far more accurate to be honest great work Trunky.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drkshadow1 View Post
    That table looked far more accurate to be honest great work Trunky.
    Forgot to mention mate, you got sacked.

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    Sounds hyper realistic!

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    3rd in one run through 16th in another. Me's not like.

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    Dream Team League - Season 13 - July

    The first month of the Dream Team League tends to be a quiet one and this season, even more so as the committee chose not to arrange friendlies for the managers against each other after one or two didn't particularly like the idea last time out. Nevertheless, it's pleasing to see all managers submit a team for the month to get the campaign underway though it will only be those involved in the Europa League Qualifiers that will feature this month. As the month progressed, there were also surprise friendlies arranged for ebfatz, GFRay and Mark.

    Meanwhile, those competing in the top flight this year will be up against some big names as the unmanaged sides started to appoint their managers for the season ahead. Antonio Conte (Chelsea), Leonardo Jardim (Hull), Jurgen Klopp (Liverpool), Jose Mourinho (Man City), Massimiliano Allegri (Man Utd), Julian Nagelsmann (Middlesbrough), Eusebio (Newcastle), Paul Lambert (Norwich) and Mark Hughes (Stoke) will give our 11 managers a run for their money this term.

    15th July
    UEFA Europa League Qualifying, Second Round, First Leg
    Everton 3:0 Stal Kamianske - Stones, Thuram, Draxler.

    22nd July
    UEFA Europa League Qualifying, Second Round, Second Leg
    Stal Kamianske 1:0 Everton - Politano injured for a month.

    24th July
    Friendly
    Norwich 2:0 Doncaster - San Jose sent off.

    26th July
    UEFA Europa League Qualifying, Second Round, Second Leg
    Everton 1:0 Charleroi - Kovalenko.

    29th July
    Friendly
    Fulham 3:0 Arsenal.

    31st July
    Friendly
    Chelsea 1:1 Charlton - Etienne injured for 3 months, Brereton.



    The Treatment Room
    Aston Villa - Miralem Pjanic (9 months).
    Southampton - Alessandro Florenzi (3 months).
    Charlton - Derrick Etienne (3 months).
    West Ham - Andre Gomes (2 months).
    Charlton - Timo Letschert (2 weeks).
    Plymouth - Niko Bungert (2 weeks).
    Everton - Matteo Politano (2 weeks).
    Tottenham - Tony Jantschke (10 days).
    Charlton - Lucas Holer (10 days).
    Derby - Per Mertesacker (10 days).
    Aston Villa - Willian (1 week).

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    Great work Mark!

    One suprise friendly against Ebz former team Norwich for us which we lost. It wasn't much of a challenge with a sending off after just 8 minutes so nothing to gain from that in regards to strength of the team.
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    Can't wait to get this properly underway

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dermotron View Post
    Everton


    I used to have those wrestlers as toys when I was little

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    I'd hope so mate, the Legion of Doom were class!

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    Nice addition there at the end

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    Quote Originally Posted by Erkifino View Post
    Nice addition there at the end [emoji38]
    9 months!

    Oh well, you can cope.

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    Guys if youre old wrestling fans - listen to the Wrestle Me podcast. Its got a guy from the football ramble podcast in it (and if youre not listening to that do it immediately!!). Wrestle Me is so much fun and is proper old school shite that us 30somethings will remember.

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    I watched WWF when I was 8. It featured The Junkyard Dog, the Iron Sjeik, Mr Wonderful Paul Orndorf, Ricky Steamboat Dragon and Andre the Giant. But I guess that is Ancient School nowadays.

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    Quote Originally Posted by peaceboy View Post
    Guys if youre old wrestling fans - listen to the Wrestle Me podcast. Its got a guy from the football ramble podcast in it (and if youre not listening to that do it immediately!!). Wrestle Me is so much fun and is proper old school shite that us 30somethings will remember.
    What about us 50 something year olds?

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    Quote Originally Posted by trunky View Post
    What about us 50 something year olds?
    Retirement home?

    Spoiler!
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    Nice one Mark - the DTL is back

    Looks like no major injuries for Swans which is great!

    Everton making easy progress in Europe and a few friendlies for others to dust the cobwebs off

    Bring on the season openers

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    Quote Originally Posted by AJ View Post
    I watched WWF when I was 8. It featured The Junkyard Dog, the Iron Sjeik, Mr Wonderful Paul Orndorf, Ricky Steamboat Dragon and Andre the Giant. But I guess that is Ancient School nowadays.
    Its all about wrestlemania and starts in 1984, staring those very people. Give it a listen. You wont regret it.

    - - - Updated - - -

    Quote Originally Posted by trunky View Post
    What about us 50 something year olds?
    It you had even half an eye on wrestling through the 80s, or 90s, or 00s. Youll love it.

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    A friendly I didn't know about.

    A friendly I didn't particularly want.

    Three injuries!

    Nice!

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