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  1. lol not sure how I overlooked you 😲 Ps: I think Ive fixed it now @Nocky
  2. Liverpool U23 sign following player from scouting: M_Cuisance 19 fra 1 12 21 12 23 300 300 300 300 0 0  0  0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 100 Liverpool pay £40m Confirmed by The Reds
  3. With only seven games left of the league campaign and the season entering the final stages of the season we take a look on the teams who can up with trophies: Premier Divison: Liverpool find themselves seven points clear at the top and it's their to lose. Arsenal find themselves in second and has hired Jason Fortune to try to catch The Reds at the top. A point behind The Gunners we find Manchester United and the club got a outside chance of winning the title. It's been eight season since their last league title and Tom is trying his best to get The Red Devils back where they belong. Aston Villa is sitting in fourth at the moment and is within shooting distance of the title but I can’t see them winning the title. But they got every chance of making top 3. Also Everton and Crystal Palace got a chance of making the top 3 but they need to be more consistence in their performance. Division One: It's so tight in Divison One and every team apart from Wolverhampton Wanderers and Bournemouth got a chance of winning the title. After 11 rounds played Southampton find themselves top of the league but Tottenham Hotspur is only a point behind them. A point behind Spurs we find Burnley and these three makes up top 3. All three teams was among the favorites to win the league before the season but the league won't be decided until the last game of the season. Manchester City, West Ham United and Stoke City sits right behind the top 3 and all three clubs is only four points behind league leaders The Saints. We also got Watford and Queens Park Rangers within distance of fighting for the title but they need a great run in to be up there. My bet is that Tottenham Hotspur will end up with the title. FMFA Cup: We're ready for the quarter finals of the FMFA Cup and it's still very open who will win it. Everton takes on Crystal Palace at Goodison Park while Merseyside rivals Liverpool host Sunderland. Up in north Newcastle United will welcome Watford to St James' Park and Chelsea is the only London team to have a home tie. They face Manchester City at Stamford Bridge. Looking at the quarter final draw The Toffees, The Reds and The Blues is favorites to make the semi finals. The game between The Magpies and The Hornets is impossible to predict but however ends up in the semi final must be thinking they can go all the way. FMFA League Cup: The draw for the semi final isn't done yet but these teams will be within three games of winning the title. Aston Villa, Arsenal, Leicester City and Tottenham Hotspur all got the chance of winning a trophy this season. The Gunners is the highest ranked out of the lot but they must be hoping to avoid rivals Spurs in the semi final. Spurs is the only Division One team left in the league cup while Aston Villa is having a fine season in the league. The two teams got great managers at the helmet. If Spurs are to win the league cup it’s a great achievement as a Division One club. Will is doing a fine job at The Foxes and they always seems to do well in the cups. The FMFA League Cup is wide open but I believe Aston Villa could go all the way and pick up the trophy. Anglo-American Trophy: The Anglo-American Trophy is already done with the group stages and we know which teams has gone through. We also know which team will be facing each other in the semi final. In Group A Liverpool finished above Manchester United after they won 1-0 at Old Trafford of the group stages. In Group B Everton managed to overcome Crystal Palace in the last game of group stages and they secured the top spot. Racing Club overtook The Eagles after their win against Atlanta United and ended up in second place. Racing Club will be facing Liverpool in the semi final while the blue side from Merseyside is up against Manchester United. The three english teams has to be counted as favorites and however wins between The Toffees and The Red Devils is my favorites to win the Anglo-American Trophy. U23 Premier Division: Like the senior team, Liverpool U23 find themselves top of the league with seven games left of the season. But the U23 Premier Division is a little closer and from my point of view there is five clubs in the race for the title. Burnley U23 and Crystal Palace U23 find themselves five points behind The Reds U23 and a perfect end to the season could land either the title. Newcastle United U23 and Everton U23 is only one point behind The Clarets U23 and The Eagles U23 but need a little more luck to pick up the title. With seven games left of the season there is five teams capable of winning the title but I'm of course hoping to see ourselves picking up the title for the first time. U23 Division One: Watford U23 has performed very well this season and find themselves four points clear at the top. West Ham United U23 and Wolverhampton Wanderers U23 is both on joint points, four behind The Hornets U23, and they are the two fighting to knock The Hornets U23 down from the first spot. Arsenal U23 got a small chance of getting into the title race but their finish to the season must be perfect. Watford U23 is the team to beat but I believe they got what it takes to take the title and make promotion. U23 Cup: We're in the semi final of the U23 Cup and four teams is fighting to claim the cup win. The semi finals is played over two legs and Newcastle United U23 will host Everton U23 in the first leg. Both teams got an outside chance of winning the Premier Division title as well but their best chance is winning the U23 cup. In the other semi final Southampton U23 will take on West Ham United U23. The Saints U23 has the first leg at home and I rate them as favorites against The Hammers U23. But for me the winner will be either The Magpies U23 or The Toffees U23. These two teams is the two best teams left in the U23 cup and the team making the final will win.
  4. Liverpool U23 has only won one trophy since youth football was introduced but we're flying high in the league this season. Our only trophy came in season 9 when we won the YDL cup but in the league we've yet to finish with a league title. The last three seasons we've ended second in the league but this season we're looking to do better. Let's take a look at our games this season: Premier Division: We faced Manchester City U23 on opening day and we left it very late but secured our first win of the season in our first home game of the season. It was a game we dominated and The Citizens U23 didn't have a single shot on target. With fourteen minutes left of the game Ovie Ejaria scored our first goal of the season and five minutes later Brooks Lennon added our second. A great home win on opening day. In round 2 we faced Burnley U23 away from home and we played a perfect away game. Toni Gomes opened the score midway through the first half before John Mahon doubled our lead. Toni Gomes got his brace early in second half and despite Harry Limp scored a late goal for the home side we came away with a very strong win. We was up for another away game in round 3 and it was a very frustrating game. We got our tactic right against Bournemouth U23 but Renato Sanches picked up a stupid red card after only sixteen minutes played and made it very difficult for us. The home side scored through Sam Surridge after half an hour played and we didn't have any reply to it. We defended really well with only ten men but couldn't get ourselves on the scoresheet. Round 4 was yet again a frustrating game for us. We dominated the game against Southampton U23 and overrunned them most of the game. We had 15 attempts on goal, compare to their one attempt. But the attempt they had hit the target and Olufela Olomola made the most of it, putting The Saints U23 a goal up in the 26th minute. Brooks Lennon leveled the score after an hour played and we had chances to win the game but in ended in a draw. We was back on winning ways in round 5 when Benjamin Woodburn won the away game against Queens Park Rangers U23 on his own. He scored twice within the first ten minutes and in the 90th minute he got his hattrick when he put the ball between the legs to Andrea Zaggagno. A quality performance from the whole team but Woodburn had a sublime game against The Rs U23. After our big win against The Rs U23 we travelled back home to face our neighbours Everton U23 in round 6. It was a close affair but a goal from Toni Gomes midway through the second half secured our second straight win. Our U23 team did the same as the senior team, winning at home to our rivals in blue. Our great form continued away to Crystal Palace U23. We fell behind when Victor Fundi sent the home side in front after fourteen minutes played but three minutes later we drew level when Benjamin Woodburn scored. The game was heading for a draw when Toni Gomes popped up and won us the game. The second time in row Gomes scored the decisive goal. We travelled up north to face Newcastle United U23 in round 8 and as expected it was a very close game. We scored in the opening minute through Benjamin Woodburn. His fifth goal in four games. But the home side came back and Jamie Holmes leveled the score. Eric Mensah was sent off for the host late in the first half but we couldn't brake them down in second half and the game ended with a point for each side. After two away games in row we travelled back home to face Stoke City U23 and it was a solid performance from us. Liam Gibson got himself a brace and Toni Gomes scored once again. His third goal in four games. We lost Renato Sanches through a red card late in the game, his second of the season, but The Potters U23 didn't manage to get themselves back in the game and it ended with a great 3-0 win. In round 10 we faced Manchester City U23 away from home and it was a close game but we managed to get the win after scoring late in the game. Benjamin Woodburn scored early on but the home side came back through Lorenzo Gonzalez. We had Ovie Ejaria sent off after an hour played, our second red card in two games, but despite playing with ten men we managed to get the win. Benjamin Woodburn runned past Tyreke Wilson and scored from a wicked curler to secure the win. Burnley U23 was on the opposite half in round 11 but despite playing at home and having tactical advantage we didn't manage to make it count. It was a dull game with few chances in it and it ended scoreless after two great defensive performances. With seven games left of the season we're five points above second placed Crystal Palace U23 but there is a long way to go. Four teams is chasing right behind us and it's going to be a very interesting end to the season. Crystal Palace U23, Burnley U23, Newcastle United U23 and Everton U23 got a good chance of knocking us down from the first spot but we're going to give it our best to end up with our first youth league title. U23 Cup: We entered the U23 Cup in round 2 and we was out of it as soon as we entered it. We was up against Newcastle United U23 and played the first leg away from home. The Magpies U23 was the better team but we played a good defensive game and came away with a scoreless draw. A good result to take with us back to Merseyside and we had high hopes when we had the chance to play had home in the second leg. But it was a very frustrating evening for us and eveything went against us. We was the better team and we also had to play most of the game with ten men after Brooks Lennon was sent off in the 17th minute. But The Magpies U23 played a great game and we couldn't brake them down. Instead Sean Longstaff scored two great goals to win the game for The Magpies U23 and send us out of the U23 Cup. A very disappointing performance from us and I'm far from happy getting knocked out in early stages of the cup.
  5. We've reached the half way mark of the season and it's only seven games left of the league campaign. The Reds has enjoyed a good season in both league and cups but there is still work to be done to be the first team to win back to back titles since Manchester United did it in season 3 and 4. Let's take a look how Liverpool has performed in every game this season. Premier League: We started the season thrashing Manchester United after they failed to sheet on opening day. But it was the visitors who scored first through Pietro Pellegri. Giovanni Simeone leveled the score but once again Pellegri popped up and sent the away side 2-1 up. Luis Suarez scored late in first half to make it 2-2 at half time. The Red Devils also lost Rapfael Varane through a red card on the stroke of half time and we had the pleasure of playing against ten men the whole second half. We made the most of it and scored four times. Siem de Jong scored two in row to make it 4-2 before Luis Suarez got himself a brace making it 5-2. Late in the game Giovanni Simeone also scored his second of the evening and we had three players scoring a brace in our 6-2 win. Round 2 was a tough trip to Selhurst Park and it was a tight game between the two clubs. The winning goal came after only 32 seconds played when James Rodriguez scored for us. We defended really well and came away with a narrow win. On the downside we lost Luis Suarez through a minor knock and he was out injured for two games. In round 3 we faced a T-sheet once again when Pip failed to sheet for Chelsea. It was a game we dominated and should have scored more than the two goals we got. Marcos Alonso and Giovanni Simeone got the goals. It was Simeone's third goal in three games. Our first and only loss so far in the season came in round 4 when we faced Arsenal at home. It was a game we controlled and had the majority of chances but we couldn't get ourselves on the scoresheet. Jordan Pickford had a brilliant game for the visitors and kept a clean sheet. Angel Correra won the game for The Gunners when he scored from a header five minutes before the break. For the second time in row we failed to win when we faced Sunderland away from home in round 5. Both managers played counter attack and the home side didn't have a single shot on goal. We tested Manuel Neuer five times but all of them was saved. It ended in a scoreless draw and I felt it was two points dropped. We finally got back on winning ways in round 6 when we hosted Leicester City. Once again we started the game very well and scored twice inside the first seven minutes. Both goals came from Giovanni Simeone. The first from a spot kick and the second came from a beautiful finish inside the box. We controlled rest of the game and The Foxes wasn't close to get back in the game. We travelled to Villa Park in round 7 and it was a strange game. We was the better team and won the game 2-0 but neither goals was scored by any of our players. Emerson scored an own goal after half an hour played and ten minutes later Javi Garcia was unlucky to score an own goal as well. A tough result for Alex to take and we have to thank Villa's poor defending for the win. The first Merseyside derby came in round 8 and it was a great performance from us. We won the game 3-0 and for the fourth time in row we kept a clean sheet. James Rodriguez scored in the second minute and we had a narrow lead at half time. The Toffees was handed a red card ten minutes into second half when Santiago Ascacibar recieved a red card. We make the most of it and scored two more goals. Two quick goals from Giovanni Simeone and Cesc Fabregas secured the win. Another home game and another home win came in round 9. Newcastle United was sent ack home with a 2-0 loss. Bernd Leno kept a clean sheet for the fifth consecutive game. We scored both goals in the first half. Giovanni Simeone scored yet again while Siem de Jong got his first goal since scoring twice on opening day. Round 10 saw us travel to Old Trafford and the home side was looking to get revenge after losing the opposite game. But we defended extremely well and came away with a scoreless draw. Once again we kept a clean sheet, the sixth in row. It was a game with few chances in it but The Red Devils had more shots on target. Another good result for us and we avoided a loss against our bitter rivals. Last wednesday we faced Crystal Palace at home and we continued to defend really well. Our defence helped us to our seventh clean sheet in row while our attacking play was in fire and we scored three great goals. All three goals came inside the first twenty-one minutes of the game. Luis Suarez opened the score before Giovanni Simeone got himself a brace inside seven minutes. Simeone has scored ten goals in 11 league games this season. We find ourselves seven points clear at the top with seven games left of the season. If we keep our performance high we should be able to win back to back titles. Anglo-American Trophy: In the Anglo-American Trophy we're through group stages after winning the group. We opened the campaign with a draw away to Club America. Benjamin Woodburn scored the opening goal but the home side saved a point when Oribe Peralta leveled the score with fifteen minutes left of the game. We faced Manchester United in round 2 of the group stages and once again we drew 1-1. Sokratis earned the visitors the lead but Kyle Walker leveled the score five minutes before half time. We dominated the second half but couldn't find the winner. Our first win of the Anglo-American Trophy came in round 3 when we hosted Palmeiras who failed to sheet. But we made it very difficult for ourselves when Luke Shaw was sent off in the third minute. Despite playing with ten men for almost the whole game we managed to land a 2-1 win. Luis Suarez scored early on but Dudu made it 1-1 after half an hour played. Six minutes later we was back in front when defensive midfielder Victor Wanyama scored a rare goal. He score once or twice every season and this was a very vital goal. We managed to hang on to the lead and got our first win of the group stages. In round 4 we faced Palmeiras away from home and once again we won by a single goal. It was Luis Suarez who got the goal and we came away with a 1-0 win. In round 5 we faced Club America at home and after getting a draw away from home we was looking to get the better of them at Anfield. Giovanni Simeone was in brilliant form and scored a great hattrick to secure three points. It left us a joint points with Manchester United before the last game but in second place due to goal difference. We travelled to Old Trafford knowing we had to win to finish first in group stages and avoid facing Everton in the semi finals. We got the win when Callum Wilson scored the only goal of the game. His first goal of the season couldn't have been more important. We now face Racing Club in the semi final and we're looking to go all the way trying to land our second Anglo-American trophy. FMFA Cup: We entered the FMFA Cup in round 2 and we hosted Aston Villa at Anfield in a very tight game. We had the majority of chances but couldn't overcome Mattia Perin who had a brilliant game for the visitors. After a scoreless game the game went to a shootout. Callum Wilson was the only one to miss a penalty for us and when Aston Villa missed twice we won the shootout 4-3. A hard fought win but I'm pleased to be in the quarter final. The draw handed us another home game in the quarter final and we're hosting Sunderland early in july
  6. Wednesday June 26thUganda 3 - 1 Zimbabwe (18:00 BST)Egypt 2 - 0 DR Congo (21:00 BST)Nigeria 2 - 1 Guinea (15:30 BST)Thursday June 27thMadagascar 3 - 2 Burundi (15:30 BST)Senegal 1 - 1 Algeria (18:00 BST)Kenya 3 - 1 Tanzania (21:00 BST)Friday June 28thTunisia 1 - 2 Mali (15:30 BST)Morocco 1 - 1 vory Coast (18:00 BST)South Africa 2 - 0 Namibia (21:00 BST)Saturday June 29thMauritania 0 - 3 Angola (15:00 BST)Cameroon 2 - 1 Ghana (18:00 BST)Benin 2 - 2 Guinea-Bissau (21:00 BST)
  7. Reds U23 vs Cherries U23 We've been in fine form all season and now we're facing The Cherries U23 at home. They got some fitness worries within the team and we need to take advantage of it. Both Borna Sosa and Benjamin Woodburn has done a great job after being demoted from the first team but we won't have them for much longer. Both is close to level up and will be promoted when they do. We just have to enjoy having them in the team as long as we can
  8. Blues vs Reds Chelsea is a good team and got a quality manager at the helmet. Playing away from home is always tough and we got a few players in low fitness. Marcos Alonso and Eric Dier will be rested. I've yet to decide if Luis Suarez will be rested as well. We're reaching the last third of the season and we can't allow ourselves to drop in performance. We want to retain the title and need all the wins we can get!
  9. Red Devils 0 - 1 Reds A goal from Callum Wilson in the tenth minute won us the game. We avoided injuries and suspensions but still got a couple players on very low fitness. Most players is now fit enough to fight for a place in the starting line up against Chelsea on wednesday. Very satisfying to take another win against The Red Devils and to keep a clean sheet as well The win secured top spot in group stages and we avoid facing Everton in the semi final. We’re up against Racing Club who got Alex as manager. A difficult task for us but we got every chance of reaching the final
  10. Reds 1 - 0 Black Cats I’ve forgotten about the first game of the season and the first chance to pick up a trophy. Both teams played passing football and it was a tight game between the two teams. It was Giovanni Simeone who won us the game with a goal early in second half. He dribled Maicon before slotting home the winner. We also have to give credit to our defensive play. The Black Cats had only two attempts on goal and both saved by Bernd Leno. We squeezed out a narrow win and I’m delighted to secure the first title of the season
  11. Anglo up next for The Reds. Facing rivals Man Utd but will be playing a weakened team to regain fitness on key players!

  12. Eduardo

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    Welcome back pal
  13. Red Devils vs Reds Both teams is already qualified for the semi finals and we’ll try a different approach to the game. I’ll be resting several key players due to fitness issues. Not bothered about the result, just hoping we’re able to avoid injuries and suspensions
  14. Reds 3 - 0 Eagles Credit to The Eagles for coming here trying to play football and when looking at the stats they deserved better. We had most shots on target and a little more possession but they didn't deserve to lose by three goals. It was our star forwards who secured the win. Luis Suarez opened the score in the 12th minute before Giovanni Simeone got himself a brace inside seven minutes. All three goals scored inside the first twenty-one minutes of the game. The visitors had more than enough chances to score but Bernd Leno had a very good game for us. We keep our gap at the top but we can't afford to drop in form at this stage of the season.
  15. Reds U23 0 - 0 Clarets U23 Dull game. Nothing happend at all. Let's just move on!
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