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Poll: The FM Scout Football Club

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Started on 7 December 2014 by basham97 / First Post
Latest Reply on 12 February 2015 by Stockport Mike / Last Post
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Which striker should start in the first game against Farnborough? (31 votes)


The new community team has finally arrived featured in Vanarama Conference South. The team which is built on the foundations of community creations. This is an open team meaning that new sign-ups on the thread here will be added as soon as possible. The way this will be done, is I will simply play the game and bring you latest on me managing the team. I will leave the drama to you to tell, so feel free to create and tell stories on this thread. This could be from transfer news, to fallouts in the changing rooms to training ground incidents, this world is yours! Lets get to the reasons we are here.


The league expectations is last place, which is far below what I am projecting to get. I am looking to dominate this league and exit here as soon as possible. We are aiming for first place, regardless of what the media thinks. We have basic youth facilities and poor training facilities. Our estimated worth it £575,000 which is one of the highest in the league.





























Let the mayhem begin!
-Tallery
Yay, I'm on the staff! :D
Lol our stats are oblivious, I have 1 passing.... :O
2014-12-07 20:13#203001 Icarus : Lol our stats are oblivious, I have 1 passing.... :O

I have an idea on how to fix that, but that will come after finishing a season ;)
I hope that I become the #1 striker :D
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4 yearsEdited


August Report


FM vs. Farnborough (3-1)


It was a memorable day for Lugo Horris and FM fans alike as Horris became the youngest player in the history of Vanarama South. Young midfielder Jack Jeffery showed a sign of things to come though as he nearly gifted FM a goal in the 8th minute. Young midfielder Maciej Dabrowski got FM to a flyer by scoring a header in the 9th minute. Attacking midfielder John Arn Bennett doubled FM's lead with a placed shot from long range on 42 minutes. An error from FM's captain Louis Basham allowed poacher Phil Page to score a well timed finish at close range. Cultured midfielder Mathias Iconic finally rounded off their victory on 91 minutes with a long range effort.


Whitehawk vs. FM (2-2)


Sam Deering played the part a super-sub for Whitehawk as The Hawks came from behind to claim a draw against FM on a mild summer's evening at The Enclosed Ground. Tamlamd had no trouble in scoring from the penalty spot. Advanced playmaker Sam Deering equalised in the 56th minute with a fantastic long-range shot. John Paul Kissock then put Whitehawk in front after 61 minutes with an effort from range. Young winger Lamine Fazal Lorenzo Zonca equalised for FM in the 83rd minute with a well-placed shot.


FM vs. Staines (2-4)


Staines' Cumming-Bart was forced off by injury in the 5th minute. An error from FM's Sam Frodo allowed winger Elliott Buchanan to score a header. An error from FM's John Albert Aleksandrian allowed diminutive striker Danny Bassett to score a well-timed close range finish. Bassett was able to add to his tally with another strike in minute 43. Winger Brendan Kiernan then added to the lead with a long range effort on 45 minutes. With FM staring at defeat, there was controversy as young striker Brick Tamlamd then had a penalty turned down. Tamlamd reduced FM's defict on 77 minutes with a close range finish which was timed impeccably but it was merely a consolation. An error by Brendan Kiernan allowed Tamlamd to score a lovely finish from 12 metres.


St. Albans vs. FM (1-6)


Things did not get off to great start for St. Albans as explosive striker John Arn Bennett seized on error by Matt Bodkin to score a nice effort from 17 metres. Experienced winger Steve Wales then equalised for St. Albans in the 20th minute with a header. Enthusiastic centre-back Omar Laska then put FM back in front after 26 minutes with a close range header. Pasquale scored with a placed shot in the 41st minute to further extend the lead. An error from St. Albans Darren Locke allowed Arn Bennett to score a well-timed close range finish. An error from St Albans John Kryiacou allowed explosive striker Alpi to score a close range finish which was timed impeccably. Young striker Tomas Drabzavicious completed the rout with a glorious lob over the keeper on 55 minutes.


Eastbourne Boro vs. FM (0-4)

When Beale gave away a penalty, John Albert Aleksandrian confidentially stepped up to score from the spot. Hamiliton then conceded another penalty which was again put successfully away by John Albert Aleksandrian. Alpi scored a well-timed close range finish in the 71st minute to extend the lead further. An error from Eastbourne Boro's allowed explosive fall-back John Albert to charge forward and bury the ball in the bottom corner.


Patti Sacuri hasn't seen much of the pitch :( at least Pasquales been getting played often, he's a talented one :P
Took awhile to get a start, but 2 goals in 2 games is not bad.
can I join this team, this seem interesting :) . I already submit my player in The FM Scout Football Club - Sign Up
Brick is too good :))
You've only started one of my players once. :'(
Good to see Laska getting a lot of playing time and Iconic is forcing his way into the team forza Iconic!!
I'm assuming that it was my Albert Aleksandrian who scored the penalties. :P
Brilliant idea really liking this...hope I make to a big club lol
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