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Ryan Ferguson - The Path To Power

Ryan Ferguson is back; but everything has changed!
Started on 14 September 2014 by Justice / First Post
Latest Reply on 11 October 2014 by Ziechael / Last Post
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That last question was brutal!
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2014-09-16 18:02#194292 AaronHJFT96 : That last question was brutal!
Yeah, I got killed :))
Nice update, not so nice journalists... Fergie will show them :P
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2014-09-16 21:03#194337 Walter : Nice update, not so nice journalists... Fergie will show them :P
I have to give them credit, they're Hungary for headlines :P (bad pun watch)
2014-09-17 18:19#194359 Justice :
2014-09-16 21:03#194337 Walter : Nice update, not so nice journalists... Fergie will show them :P
I have to give them credit, they're Hungary for headlines :P (bad pun watch)

I could go on forever with country puns, but there's Norway anyone would listen. Kenya believe it? :P
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2014-09-17 06:25#194362 Walter :
2014-09-17 18:19#194359 Justice :
2014-09-16 21:03#194337 Walter : Nice update, not so nice journalists... Fergie will show them :P
I have to give them credit, they're Hungary for headlines :P (bad pun watch)

I could go on forever with country puns, but there's Norway anyone would listen. Kenya believe it? :P
Juan would say that humour is dead. R.V.P.
I think we should Finnish this conversation.
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2014-09-17 18:34#194364 TVDLC123 : I think we should Finnish this conversation.

I'll Polish it off right here and now. Tbh, Iran out of ideas ages ago.
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2014-09-17 06:55#194365 Walter :
2014-09-17 18:34#194364 TVDLC123 : I think we should Finnish this conversation.

I'll Polish it off right here and now. Tbh, Iran out of ideas ages ago.
I think we're all Russian our ideas.
2014-09-17 19:09#194366 Justice :
2014-09-17 06:55#194365 Walter :
2014-09-17 18:34#194364 TVDLC123 : I think we should Finnish this conversation.

I'll Polish it off right here and now. Tbh, Iran out of ideas ages ago.
I think we're all Russian our ideas.

I'm going to Thai this up once and for all.
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Just came on to Czech all these extra comments, and I'm Ghana say I've rarely Benin in a thread with such bad puns
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2014-09-17 22:21#194373 Feliks : Just came on to Czech all these extra comments, and I'm Ghana say I've rarely Benin in a thread with such bad puns

Oman, I thought this was over already?! I'm China to think of Samoa, but for Justice's benefit, I think we should stop already :P (This time I mean it :P)

Sorry Justice! xD.
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2014-09-17 10:55#194374 Walter :
2014-09-17 22:21#194373 Feliks : Just came on to Czech all these extra comments, and I'm Ghana say I've rarely Benin in a thread with such bad puns

Oman, I thought this was over already?! I'm China to think of Samoa, but for Justice's benefit, I think we should stop already :P (This time I mean it :P)

Sorry Justice! xD.
Some of these puns were almost too Swede to savour! But you are right, there's Norway this can continue.
Hahaha these puns!
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Nyíregyháza Spartacus FC - Club Overview


Unless you're a die-hard Hungarian football fan, you have more than likely never heard of Nyíregyháza Spartacus FC. This update is designed to give you the need-to-know facts about the club. Hopefully this help you to follow the club more easily during this story and it will certainly improve my knowledge of a club where I might be for a very long time too!

Nyíregyháza Spartacus is a football club from Nyíregyháza, Hungary. The team was founded in 1959 by the fusion of the clubs Spartacus and Építők, they've had brief stints in the Hungarian Division I since then. They currently play in the Hungarian Division II. The team is locally referred to by their nickname, Szpari. Spartacus' biggest rival is Debrecen, one of the biggest teams in Hungary. They play their home games in Sóstói út, in the city sport complex just north of the down-town. Szpari's one and only trophy victory came in 2007, when they won the Hungarian Division II and earned promotion to Hungary's top league. However, the club were relegated in 2010 and have been in Division II ever since. The previous season (2012/2013) saw Spartacus finish in a disappointing fifth position. However, they are looking to place higher this season and push for a return to the top flight. The league rules will be explained in a different update.

Nyíregyháza's facilities are nothing to brag about. Their stadium is relatively big but less than half the capacity is seated. The training and youth facilities are of a low standard too. Here is an overview of all the facilities:

Stadium (Sóstói út): 10,000 capacity (4,000 seated - no roof, no under-soil heating)
Corporate Facilities: Adequate
Training Facilities: Basic
Youth Facilities: Basic
Youth Recruitment: Basic
Junior Coaching: Basic

The club's balance is positive, currently resting at £170k. The club is expected to make a £500k profit over the course of the season. Hopefully the club can make enough money to step up in the rankings of Hungarian and football and build a solid structure for the future.



I know this was very brief but there isn't a whole lot of information about Nyíregyháza Spartacus FC available. You guys know as much as I do right now! Next up is an overview of the team and then of the league. Keep an eye on the upcoming updates!

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