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About KennyMiller27

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  1. Part 1 - The Genesis https://youtu.be/nIvCLmSMaTA
  2. Part 62 - The End Bolton (BBC Radio Manchester) - In a shock move, Bolton Wanderers manager John Walsh has tendered his resignation from the club today. Walsh, who has won a League Cup and an FA Cup with the Trotters, along with the Championship Playoffs, is leaving to take up a position as technical director of the Philippine Football Federation, who he also led to a shock win in the 2019 Asian Cup. The club would like to place on record their sincere appreciation for his service and wish Walsh the best in his future endeavours. Assistant manager Phil Neville will take over for the rest of the season, with Bolton currently lying in 5th.
  3. Part 61 - Rocket Strappers It's the start of the 19-20 season, and with the Community Shield newly installed in the trophy cabinet, we're looking to build on it and get off the blocks well. Could we? Matchday 1 - at Dean Court - We start the season in style with a flowing victory in the South Coast. Matchday 2 - at Burnden Way - Our first game at home sees the Saints dig in and nick a point from us. Matchday 3 - at Vicarage Road - Adalberto Peñaranda's revenge sees him lay on a hat-trick of assists for Jai Quitongo as we skin the Hornets. League Table Presented by Carling - Top of the table early doors, and the Jack Butland fee is paying for itself with 3 clean sheets. Matchday 4 - at Burnden Way - SKIN THEM ALIVE LADS! Arsenal are thumped here. Matchday 5 - at Stamford Bridge - Chelsea pop the bags against us as they take a share of the points. Matchday 6 - at Burnden Way - We close September with a narrow clean sheet against a 10-man United side. League Table Presented by the University of Bolton - An air-tight defense see us stay at the top of the table two months into the season.
  4. Part 60 - Third Time's the Charm? Welcome back to Bolton. With another season in Europe secured and the club's 5th FA Cup safely esconced in the trophy cabinet, the future is bright, and we've made moves to sustain that. Transfer Centre Presented by Carling and the University of Bolton Ins: - The big news this summer was us smashing our transfer record twice, Adalberto Peñaranda joining us in June for £17.5 million and then Jack Butland joining us the day after the Community Shield for £30 million. Outs: - We counter-balance those big-money transfers with a significant clear-out of both fringe players, youth prospects and the veteran wingers. John Souttar was probably the saddest departure but he wanted to be a starter and we couldn't justify it. Preseason: - Just your typical shortened Premiership preseason. 2019-20 COMMUNITY SHIELD BOLTON WANDERERS V CHELSEA - The erstwhile Premiership champs are thumped after an incisive performance by ex-Blueboy Charly Musonda.
  5. Part 59 - The Showcase The FA Cup is something most Bolton fans hold dear, having last won it in 1958. The chase has consumed us here, and calls for us to win it intensified as our league campaign stuttered and Europe fell off. Would we do it? THIRD ROUND VS LEEDS UNITED (FLC) at Elland Road - We began our FA Cup campaign in the Third Round with a solid win over a game Leeds side. FOURTH ROUND VS MIDDLESBROUGH (FLC) at the Riverside - It's a shootout on Teesside and the Trotters come out on top narrowly thanks to a Wilfrid Kaptoum chip. ROUND OF 16 VS MILLWALL (FLC) at Burnden Way - After the madness at Boro, we're happy to see a seamless win to go to the Quarterfinal. QUARTERFINAL VS LEICESTER CITY (PRM) at Burnden Way - We exact revenge against the Foxes by dumping them out in the FA Cup on the back of a Ben Brereton hatter. SEMI-FINAL VS CHELSEA at Wembley - Fireworks all around as an efficient offensive performance and Jake Turner heroics books our passage to the FA Cup Final. 2018-19 FA CUP FINAL BOLTON WANDERERS V EVERTON - A Lewis Morgan chip and some heroic defending here see us beat the lethargic end to the season and win our first FA Cup in 60 years, edging the determined Everton side out on the day.
  6. Part 58 - Hot Europa Nights Having romped through the group stages, knockout European football is headed back to Bolton for the first time since Big Sam. With some big names dropping into the Europa League, who would come to visit? ROUND OF 32 BOLTON WANDERERS (ENG) VS RCD ESPANYOL (ESP) - With our Round of 32 draw landing us a trip to Catalonia to face Espanyol, it looked like a winnable draw; and so it proved with a 2-2 draw in Spain emboldening us to attack at home and producing a 4-2 win to book our ticket for the Round of 16. ROUND OF 16 BOLTON WANDERERS (ENG) VS SPARTAK MOSKVA (RUS) - Another European road win, another good win to book a ticket to the last 8 of a European competition for the first time in club history. Jack Harper hitting 4 in the Moscow thaw saw us through, a Jai Quitongo hatter in Horwich being gravy. QUARTER-FINAL BOLTON WANDERERS (ENG) VS PARIS SAINT-GERMAIN (FRA) - Not too bad for a club who just bounced up from the third tier two seasons ago innit? Holding the French juggernauts to a 3-3 draw at the Parc des Princes is definitely the highlight of the year, and making them work for a narrow win at Burnden Way is all the sweeter. Having made a run at our best exit in European competition, what does the future hold? Let's see.
  7. Part 57 - Back-to-Back? Last season,we made a Cinderella run towards our first League Cup victory. Would there be a miracle? Let's find out! THIRD ROUND VS SPURS (PRM) at Burnden Way - We entered the League Cup at the third round and dumped Spurs out of the competition for the second straight year after a fine win at home. FOURTH ROUND V NEWCASTLE (FLC) at St. James Park - Well color me blind. We put a belting on the Magpies here on Tyneside to piss the Geordies off. QUARTER-FINAL V NORWICH (FLC) at Carrow Road - We escape Anglia with a narrow win against a game Canaries side to make it to a 2nd semifinal. SEMI-FINAL VS SWANSEA (FLC) - We ended this semifinal after a 4-0 hammering in Wales despite a 2-1 loss at home to make it back to the League Cup Final. 2018-19 LEAGUE CUP FINAL BOLTON V LEICESTER - That is some heartbreak - a Jamie Vardy looper proves the difference as Bolton lose their 3rd League Cup Final and Leicester win their 4th League Cup.
  8. Part 56 - The Final Push Welcome to the final stretch of the Premiership season - with everyone around us surging while we're spluttering,would we be able to hold on and punch our ticket to a second season in Europe?Let's find out! Matchday 31 - at Burnden Way - April begins with a damp squib draw against a struggling Stoke side who only stole the point with a late Saido Berahino dagger. Matchday 32 - at the KCOM Stadium - We then bounce back with a solid victory against a doomed Hull side. Matchday 33 - at Ashburton Grove - IT'S 1-0 TO THE ARSENAL FAM. Matchday 34 - at Selhurst Park - An absolutely humiliating capitulation here in South London. League Table Presented by Ladbrokes - We end April on the outside looking in after a bad skid. 7th place but only 2 points off 5th give us *some* hope. Matchday 35 - at Burnden Way - A Harry Foll double see us recover and edge out a Watford side ruined by several locker-room conflicts. Matchday 36 - at New White Hart Lane - The fuel gauge runs out here as a comprehensive defeat sees our dream of finishing in 5th dead. Matchday 37 - at Burnden Way - A drab draw where we were lucky to nick a point after a late Marcus Rashford run was flagged offside. Matchday 38 - at Goodison Park - We end our first season back in the Premiership with another draw against the Toffees to match our highest league finish in the post-1992 era. Transfer Centre Presented by the University of Bolton - 6th it is for us here, after a horrid home stretch see us fall away. West Brom,Hull and Stoke go down, Stoke going down in heartbreak as they lose on the last day and Bournemouth save themselves with a 4-0 hiding of Arsenal.
  9. Part 55 - Gas Canisters Welcome to the home stretch. As we've been battling on four fronts this season,the form has seemingly been cruising. Of course, every story has to have a twist and with our freshly promoted squad there was always going to be the specter of midnight. What happens?Find out as we cover February and March! Matchday 25 - at Burnden Way - We kick February off with a deserved victory over a Manchester City side who were second-class the entire night. Matchday 26 - at Anfield - It's back-to-back wins in a wild finish at Anfield as we hold back a buoyant Reds side. Matchday 27 - at the London Stadium - We can't make it a perfect month though, as the Hammers fight back for a good point at home. League Table Presented by Ladbrokes - We end February still in 4th, but worryingly, the pack is closing in. Matchday 28 - at Burnden Way - Wasteful finishing punishes us here as we drop two points to a midtable Brighton side. Matchday 29 - at Filbert Way - We then suffer a heartbreaking loss to Leicester City as a late Riyad Mahrez scorpion sinks us. Matchday 30 - at Burnden Way - No heartbreak here as we get punished after a boneheaded mistake by Alfie Mawson costs us the points against Huddersfield. League Table Presented by the University of Bolton - That little wobble sends us into 5th and easily caught now by a hard-charging United. What will happen now?Will a season promising more surprises peter out into the mere miracle of a top 8 finish? Find out soon here on Vibe!
  10. KennyMiller27

    English football

    Sympathies to all the Leeds fans - it seems Radrizzani isn't too far off the same cloth as that numpty Cellino
  11. Part 54 - Jet-setting So if you've been noticing the screenies when I post the table you'd notice I manage the Philippines as well - I mucked around with the changes.txt to install myself there because national pride lol. Here's the first major tournament I'm going to as a national team manager - the 2019 AFC Nations Cup in the U.A.E In real life, the Philippine NT have a good shot at qualifiying from a group with Yemen, Tajikistan and Nepal. In-game, we romped a group with Oman,Pakistan and Lebanon. We were then drawn in Group D with Iran(!!!), Qatar and the host nation U.A.E, and entered the tournament ranked #100. NOTE: So apparently the game will generate enough virtual players for you to fill a 19-man squad for a major tournament if you do the changes.txt trick. The only real player in this tournament squad is Cardiff keeper Neil Etheridge. Matchday 1 - vs Iran - We kicked off our campaign with a monumental upset, blanking the Iranians and catapulting us THIRTY-THREE PLACES in the rankings immediately. Matchday 2 - vs the U.A.E. - Garden-variety hat-trick sees us dismiss the hapless hosts. Matchday 3 - vs Qatar - Qatar break our clean sheet run here but it's not enough as we win our group and get an easy draw in the knockout rounds. First Knockout Round - vs Kuwait - Kuwait put up stiffer resistance,racing to an early lead. However, our hustle keeps us in it and leads to our eventual victory. Quarter-Final - v Jordan - The giant-killings continue as Jordan are dismissed despite us going down to 10 men, heading to a momentous semi-final against Japan. Semi-Final - v Japan - Talk about drama late, as we edge the heavily-favored Samurai Blue to book an historic Final appearance against a familiar foe. 2019 AFC NATIONS CUP FINAL PHILIPPINES VS IRAN - Boy was this worthy of being called a Final. 2 goals within 8 second-half minutes proved both sides equal and then a cagey period of extra time happened. Penalties proved to be on the horizon until a Philippine goal 2 minutes from the end of extra time proved the difference in sealing the biggest upset in Asian football history. Tournament in a glance: The FIFA Rankings, updated:
  12. Part 53 - A New Coat of Paint Bolton Wanderers open 2019 in dreamland, with a great surge to end the year getting them into 5th place. With a lot of possibities, can the Trotters keep up their unlikely charge into a second season in Europe? Transfer Centre Presented by Carling With a settled squad, there weren't too many deals to retool the team in this window. Adam le Fondre was the notable departure, signing for Sheffield United for £3.7 million with 6 months left on his Bolton deal. We did make two signings though, both of them relatively cut-price but high talent. Matchday 19 - at Burden Way - We kick off the year with a routine victory over a reeling Cherries side welded to the drop zone. Matchday 20 - at Villa Park - It's back-to-back victories again as we take all 3 points in Birmingham. Matchday 21 - at Burnden Way - The streak ends in heartbreaking circumstances as a Michy Batshuayi hatter see the Blues take all 3 points. Matchday 22 - at St.Mary's - It's consecutive defeats now as we skid onto a hiding in the South Coast. Matchday 23 - at Vicarage Road - We near the end of January with a bounceback victory against a Watford side struggling with malcontents in the locker room. Matchday 24 - at Burnden Way - It's another pair of victories to end the month as we blank the Baggies. League Table Presented by Ladbrokes - An up-and-down January see us stay in 5th place, though the gap between us and 4th-place Spurs is shortening.
  13. Part 53 - EuroTrot With our getting through the qualifiers, we got to the Europa League group stages, and we recap all the happenings here. With a seemingly good draw getting us sone glamour times, can we keep the dream rolling? Group-mates: Feijenoord (NED) Bordeaux (FRA) ACS Poli Timisoara (ROU) Matchday 1 - at de Kuip - We open our Europa League campaign with a battling draw at the home of the former European Cup winners. Matchday 2 - at Burnden Way - We flatten the Cupa Romanei winners here, some goalkeeping heroics from their end limiting the damage to only 2 goals. Matchday 3 - at Nouveau Stade de Bordeaux - Our next trip to the continent sees us take our chances well and blank the French side. Matchday 4 - at Burnden Way - We seal passage to the last 32 here with a narrow double over the Frenchmen. Matchday 5 - at Burnden Way - Boy if that isn't a famous victory, thumping the Dutch giants in Horwich. Matchday 6 - at Stadionul Dan Paltisanu - We then top the Feijenoord performance with by far our biggest win in the series, Jack Harper matching a club record in scoring 5 goals in a competitive match. League Table Presented by the University of Bolton - That was a supremely surprising group stage run, only dropping two points the entire way and steamrollering to the Round of 32.
  14. Part 52 - The Holiday Trot 2018 is drawing to a tasty conclusion and Bolton Wanderers are gunning for a good end to the first half of the year. Can we do it? Let's find out as we tackle the November and December results. Matchday 10 - at Burnden Way - November begins with a draw against the Foxes that definitely will be viewed as two points dropped for our visitors. Matchday 11 - at the John Smith's - Two consecutive nicked draws see us stretch our mini-unbeaten run to four games now. Matchday 12 - at Burnden Way - We see the back of November with a third straight draw, scrapping with Hull for the shared points. Matchday 13 - at the bet365 Stadium - Glen Johnson's howler spells the difference here as we take all 3 points in Staffordshire. Matchday 14 - at Burnden Way - Boy what a game this was; the Mancini Out banners in full force and the AFTV boys having a piss as Jai Quitongo tore the Gunners apart. Matchday 15 - at Burnden Way - That's 3 wins of 3 in December as Palace are undone by a quickfire double by our strikers. Matchday 16 - at Burnden Way - The home cooking doing us good once again as the Toffees looked stuck on the pitch and just picked apart. Matchday 17 - at Old Trafford - Boy did the turkey do a number on the United players!Adam le Fondre with a scintillating hatter as we thump the Red Devils. Matchday 18 - at Burnden Way - Our hot streak runs out here though as a late Davinson Sanchez bullet sees Spurs beat us at home to end 2018. League Table Presented by Ladbrokes - That hot streak sees us jump all the way to the thick of the European places.
  15. That West Ham one is actually insane lol no Adrian & a youth academy product between the sticks