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KennyMiller27

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  1. I tend to cycle between a flat 4-4-2, a 4-4-2 with the wingers pushed up, an inverted 4-2-3-1 and a double-6 4-4-2
  2. CHAPTER 1 - SETTLING DOWN IN MERTON Taking in the project at Wimbledon, the one thought I'm having is a run at mid-table. Bring on the pre-season! TRANSFER CENTER PRESENTED BY PADDY POWER - More major outgoings than incomings this window, with only Harvey Gilmour and Jordan Archer signing on. PRESEASON ROUNDUP PRESENTED BY MERTON HONDA - A pretty solid run-up to the year, nicking the Sports Interactive Shield off Watford is the real highlight.
  3. *Klopp's Liverpool are unstoppable...* ~Email received~ Subject: WELCOME TO MANAGEMENT Hello, We'd like to welcome you to the job of manager here at ***********; we hope to forge a great relationship with you and that we achieve more together. We'll see you soon!
  4. Part 11 - Holiday Hijinx Happy holidays from all at Dulwich Hamlet! With the club entering the holiday period top of the National League, would Mr. Claus reward us for being nice, or would we get a big lump of coal? Matchday 17 - at Champion Hill - November sees us start growing our beards for a club-wide #movember challenge, and stretch our unbeaten run to thirteen matches. Matchday 18 - at Mill Farm - Fourteen now but by the narrowest of margins as we escape the Lancs coast with a win. Matchday 19 - at Champion Hill - A solid victory against last-place Harrogate sees the run now at a blistering fifteen matches. Matchday 20 - at the Silverlake - Sixteen now as another comprehensive victory see us close November with a 100% record. November League table presented by RBS Another piece of mail came in from league offices: Matchday 21 - at Hayes Lane - We open December with a short jaunt across London and another 3 points. Matchday 22 - at Champion Hill - Here it is, folks. After seventeen games unbeaten, we have finally lost another match in the National League, in a pulsating game. Matchday 23 - at Champion Hill - In a quick turnaround game, Dover Athletic hoped to capitalize on our loss on the Saturday.....and then they get absolutely thumped in a show of force. Matchday 24 - at Champion Hill - And then we hand out back-to-back thumpings this week, Pools being the latest victims. Matchday 25 - at the New Lodge - Boxing Day sees us make the trip up to Essex and edge out Billericay for the 4th time in 2 years. Matchday 26 - at Holker Street - We close the book on 2019 with a solid victory in Cumbria against a borderline-playoff Barrow side. December League table presented by RBS - That long run really put some distance between us and the pack, as we end 2019 13 points on top.
  5. Part 10 - Settling Down and Springing Up Welcome back to Champion Hill!As we settle into life in the National League, things are looking up!What will September and October bring?Let's find out! Matchday 6 - at Meadow Park - We open September with our first draw at this level, as we battle back from an early deficit in Borehamwood. Matchday 7 - at Champion Hill - It's a semi-shootout in Dulwich as Ebbsfleet score 2 late goals to turn a 5-1 thumping into a semi-respectable scoreline. Matchday 8 - at Damson Park - Our jaunt to the Midlands results in a comeback win as Solihull Moors fail to put us away and we stick our chances. Matchday 9 - at the Hive - That's 3 in a row as we swipe victory on our way back to Dulwich. Matchday 10 - at Champion Hill - We end up drawing our return home in a game where our defense hold firm against a charging Ammies side. Matchday 11 - at Champion Hill - September ends with a narrow win against a Stevenage side who resisted our offensive pressure admirably to keep the margin down. September League Table presented by RBS - An unbeaten September sees us surge into the thick of the promotion picture. Matchday 12 - at Champion Hill - October begins with a pulsating draw against a Sutton United side struggling at the wrong end of the table. Matchday 13 - at Brisbane Road - A cross-London match against Orient sees our unbeaten streak stretch to nine matches now. Matchday 14 - at the Aldershot Rec Ground - A Kyle Connell brace makes it ten matches unbeaten. Matchday 15 - at Champion Hill - The run continues with a solid victory over York City. Matchday 16 - at Victoria Road - Another cross-London trip, another 3 points. October League table presented by RBS - Our unbeaten run sees us surge up to the top of non-League football. Also, a little something came in the mail.... See y'all soon!Christmas looks to be a big rush!
  6. 2 things I'm curious at: 1. Has there been an updated changes.txt already?Would be appreciated. 2. On my Dulwich Hamlet save(Check it out ) I have England/Spain/Germany/Italy loaded up. Why does it seem like Italian managers all make the move to England and vice-versa?There isn't nearly as much movement to and from Spain and Germany vis-a-vis Italy. Is it a weird quirk from this year or a bug?
  7. Part 9-B - See-saws and Early Doors Welcome to life in the National League! Here we talk about our first month with Dulwich Hamlet in the fifth tier of English football, and let's see what happened! Matchday 1 - at Victoria Park - We open our accounts in style, despite Nikell Touglo seeing red, as Luke Charman and Trevoh Whalley score to beat the Pools. Matchday 2 - at Champion Hill - Our home opener served as a rude awakening as despite taking an early lead, we could not hold off Barrow and lose in heartbreaking fashion. Matchday 3 - at Champion Hill - We bounce back quickly though and beat our fellow Conference South promotees Billericay. Matchday 4 - at the Gateshead International Stadium - Abject finishing hurt us on our second trip to the North-East as the Head take all 3 points. Matchday 5 - at Champion Hill - We end August with a narrow win over Macclesfield, despite a worrying sign in Moses Makasi getting his second red card of the month. National League table presented by RBS - An up-and-down start to the season sees us start in mid-table but with momentum on our side.
  8. Good luck mate!Have a soft spot for Villa because of their colors and hope you bring them back!
  9. Part 9-A - Life in the National Lane ~They're odds-on to go straight back down, what with the fact they haven't spent a dime in the~ *click* Nabobs. Anyway, welcome to Champion Hill, and our second season in charge of the Hamlet!After winning promotion to the Conference National, what beckons for us?Let's find out! TRANSFER ROUND-UP OUT: - It's your typical lower-league offseason of churn,with a good kitty made up. Sadly, the major money comes from us losing our top right-back in Aaron Philips and our top striker in Dipo Akinyemi to EFL clubs in Port Vale and Carlisle. IN: - To reload the squad, we cast a wide net across the academy dropped lists. Highlight signings include Togo U-17 captain Nikell Touglo, Kosovar international Gashi and Newcastle product Charman. PRESEASON FIXTURES: - 4 matches, 4 wins including a thumping win in Coventry.
  10. Part 8 - For Glory? Our first season is about to end, and will our nerve hold as we gun for the Conference South title? Matchday 38 - at Hardenhuish Park - We begin April by dropping points again, this time on our trip to Wiltshire. Matchday 39 - at Champion Hill - A Kyle Connell hatter sees up dismiss mid-table Hungerford. Matchday 40 - at Grosvenor Vale - Nerves are up even with a bouncing win at Wealdstone. Matchday 41 - at Champion Hill - Woking manage to throw a monkey-wrench into the title picture in saving themselves, as after this game the Hamlet stand just ahead on goal difference. Matchday 42 - at the Woodspring Stadium - The Hamlet back into the title after a 3-3 draw and Torquay drawing 0-0 at Woking. FINAL RECKONING FINAL CONFERENCE SOUTH TABLE
  11. Part 7 - Barrelling down the Run-in With the FA Cup run behind us, we can now focus on the League. What's going to happen? Also, look what came in the mail: Matchday 29 - at Thames Road - February begins with a thumping victory in Essex as Kyle and Dipo hit braces. Matchday 30 - at Champion Hill - Well bloody hell, what a shootout. Matchday 31 - at Champion Hill - The gunslinging run continues with s narrow win against Hemel Hempstead. Matchday 32 - at Plainmoor - This was the biggest game of the month, what with us and Torquay being neck-and-neck at the top. The game did not look as competitive as expected. FEBRUARY CONFERENCE SOUTH TABLE Matchday 33 - at Champion Hill - We start March slow with a draw against a scrappy Dartford side. Matchday 34 - at Clarence Park - Two straight draws are frittering away our advantage at the top and allowing Torquay to hang on. Matchday 35 - at Champion Hill - Oh dear God a possible choke! Matchday 36 - at Court Place Farm - A big bounce-back win here in Oxfordshire as we thump City. Matchday 37 - at Champion Hill - Hard-charging Billericay just come in and get smashed to kill the momentum they have. MARCH CONFERENCE SOUTH TABLE - Dropping 7 points wasn't healthy but we manage to stay top.
  12. Part 6 - Pokal-lauf With us being bounced from cup competitions this year, let's talk about where we got. FA Trophy 3rd Qualifying Round @ Champion Hill - A pulsing first half gave way to a cagey second half as our 2 goals see us through to round 1 of the Trophy. 1st Round @ Meadow Park - Our FA Trophy run ended early in the 1st Round as we were unable to muster an upset in Herts against Boreham Wood. FA Cup 3rd Qualifying Round @ Champion Hill - Our jaunt in the FA Cup began with an inauspicious 1-0 against a Welling side we should have well and truly beaten if not for wastefulness. 4th Qualifying Round @ both Champion Hill and Victoria Road - We manage to escape 180 minutes with the Conference National Daggers and punch our ticket to the First Round proper with a narrow win in Dagenham. ..... [INBOX: FA Cup First Round] Hello John, glad to see you'll be dropping by in the First Round!Would love to catch up over tea and biscuits as soon as you're available, and wishing you all at Dulwich Hamlet the best of luck! Yours, Mark Palios Chairman, Tranmere Rovers FC First Round @ Prenton Park - 3 goals within the hour see us pull off the Cupset against the Rovers in the Wirral. Second Round @ the New Meadow - Football, bloody hell. Third Round @ Champion Hill - Our magical FA Cup run ends in our first appearance in the Third Round as West Brom eliminate us from the Cup.
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