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Young Boys United: Allam's New Reign

Allam leaves Hull City over name changing fued and forms his own club
Started on 16 January 2014 by SuperToddHD
Latest Reply on 17 January 2014 by SuperToddHD
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Allam Leaves Hull And Forms New Club


Hull City Chairman Assem Allam left Hull City yesterday after being refused his proposed name change to the club from 'Hull City AFC' to 'Hull Tigers' Allam has now taken matters into his own hands forming his own club called 'Young Boys United' Allam was interviewed where he said 'The Club has no current players at the moment but with a high reputation and 60m pounds we will make the best team ever' who knows who will be joining the newly formed League 2 team we will have to see. The final question on the reporters minds is who will manage the club and it seems rookie manager Keiran Caville, 25 is the new boss of the club and being Hull born will surely make the new fans happy.
I think this could be interesting my advice just try to keep it kind of realistic
Good luck!
Interesting start to the story. This should be really good.
Good luck, nice idea :)

Caville Spends Cash


Caville has added a transfer record 22 signings to his new empty club with the list below
Adam Reach
Ryan Alsop
Liam Cooper
Will Hughes
Kieron Freeman
Michael Hoganson
Jeffrey Monakana
Jak Alanwik
Adam Barton
Danny Ward
Tyrone Mings
Ed Upson
Rob Bradshaw
Jordan Clarke
Daniel Kearns
Nahki Wells
Michael Keane
Billy Clifford
Josh Vela
Ben Gibson
Paul Downing
Donal McDermott
In Total over 45m was spent from Allam's pocket Allam released a statement saying he backed every signing made by the rookie manager and is now very happy with his current squad, in a separate interview Caville stated that his new squad have the ability to go on and win the ECL.
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The Managers Notes-A Good Start




OFK Beograd: Was a boring game only one or two signings had come through so alot of youngsters, we did very well to get a draw against a good team like OFK.

Radnik Rosa: An entertaining game all round with plenty of action should of won it really but a late goal salvaged them a draw debuts were good for Nahki Wells and Will Hughes.

Timok: Another great game again 4-3 what a result Nahki Wells put up a good display and looks to be my best player so far i was rather disappointed to concede 3 goals but nonetheless a all round good result.

A Good Start To The Season:


Bury 3-3 Young Boys United
Such a entertaining game it was 1 goal after the other once again Nahki Wells the key player but also a great game by captain Will Hughes. There where 2 penalties one at each end, i was impressed with my team after such a pleasing result.


Young Boys United 4-1 Walsall
Well what can i say we started off shaky conceding early on Walsall put a second goal in that was disallowed thank the lord. After that we took control of the game and yes you guessed it Nahki Wells and Will Hughes made the biggest contribution scoring great goals and destroying the opposition looks like we can go far in this cup.
young boys? what a odd name and why not bottom div wht league two?
Well Leeds i dint feel like putting them in the very bottom because i new i wouldnt stick at it and the reason for the name is the team is full of youngsters if that answers your two questions

Allam Returns To K.C Stadium



It seems a controversial 2nd round Capital One Cup draw see's Assem Allam's new club face his old club Hull City. The Hull City fans will surely give Allam a uncomfortable return but Allam will be looking to get one over on his former club after a convincing 4-1 win over League 1 side Walsall. When Caville was asked in an Interview 'How do you feel about the 2nd round draw and Allams releationship with the club' He replied saying 'Well firstly the releationship between Allam and Hull will surely make things much more interesting come match day but i two will be looking foward to playing such a tough side in the cup and will hope my team can pull of an upset'. There will be lots of build up to the clash in the next 2 weeks but its one that no Hull fan will want to miss

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