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Ryan Ferguson: The Unorthodox Approach

For most, the battles stay on the pitch. For Ryan Ferguson, his battles are off it.
Started on 7 May 2017 by Justice
Latest Reply on 21 October 2017 by Aaron
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Mrva Signs New Five Year Deal

Tomas Mrva Agreed A New Five Year Contract Deal With Whitehawk


Hot prospect striker Tomas Mrva today put pen to paper on a new five year contract with Whitehawk, worth an estimated £4,000,000. The Slovakian striker has enjoyed a fruitful start to his first full season in the Whitehawk senior team, since joining in January 2026 from Slovakian outfit AS Trenčín in a £400,000.

The new contract deal comes as a reward for the eighteen year old's fine form, with the teenager scoring four goals in eleven appearances so far this season. The long term deal will see Mrva enjoy the foreseeable future with the south coast side, where he will continue his development.

Mrva Had Already Gained A Lot Of Experience Despite Young Age

Mrva mad his senior club debut in 2026 for AS Trenčín, at the age of 17, and went on to make eight appearances, scoring twice, in his one and a half years with the senior team. This prompted Whitehawk to snap him up for £400,000 in January 2027, before Mrva was then loaned out to Ligue 1 side SM Caen for the remainder of the season. Mrva made 21 appearances for Caen in all competitions, scoring six goals.

Mrva made quite the stir on the international scene, making his senior debut for Slovakia in March 2026 against Greece. He scored his first international goal against Norway later that year, and has since scored four goals in thirteen caps.

Mrva is delighted with his new deal, having featured heavily for Whitehawk's senior team so far this season. He is excited about the prospect of continuing his development with the club, and is looking forward to winning Europe's most coveted trophies.

Tomas Mrva:
"I am delighted to have signed a new deal with Whitehawk. It is a club where I feel at home, and I am very comfortable with my situation here. I have enjoyed my spell here so far and it was a no-brainer for me to extend my contract.

I feel I have developed a lot already and I am at the perfect place to become the best footballer I can possibly be. I am surrounded by some fantastic and experienced players and staff that have shown great faith in me.

I hope to win some very big trophies with Whitehawk in the future and I believe I can play an important part in that happening."

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mgriffin2012, truth be told I had almost forgotten about the run until I was notified of the record! :P I'm delighted with the achievement and I'm hoping to extend it by quite some way!

ScottT, I think the players deserve credit, they've shown terrific consistency!

Previous Update: #57 - Whitehawk Break Invincibles Record
Next Update: #59 - Whitehawk Victorious In Boring Derby
A star for the present and a legend in the making I feel!
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Whitehawk Victorious In Boring Derby

Jason Coffey Scored The Only Goal As Whitehawk Defeated Brighton


It was a game which may go down as one of the most boring derbies of all time. Whitehawk were 1-0 victors over Brighton & Hove Albion as the two south coast sides competed against one another for the first time in seven years, although the football offered no notable action, barring the goal.

1-0 Win vs Brighton - EFL Cup

Jason Coffey Continued His Fine Goal Scoring Form

A number of second string players were named in the Whitehawk starting line-up, with backup goalkeeper Daniel Bentley the most notable of the inclusions. However, regular captain Stephen Lacy skippered the side in the club's first derby in seven years.

Jason Coffey scored the only goal of the game. Anton Nyman's clever through ball picked out the Irishman who slotted comfortably in to the far bottom corner to give Whitehawk the lead with twenty five minutes remaining.

I'm not going to lie, the rest of the game was dead. So dead that if a tv show was named after it, it'd be called 'The Sleeping Dead'. It would have put an insomniac to sleep. Such a bad game.

Well, apart from a random ScottJ streaking across the pitch, but that was nothing out of the norm. What was out of the norm was his fan club, comprising of Gryffin, InfraBlue, MKJ and Stim following this up with a naked war dance, to display their 'Brex-In' tattoos which adorned their chests.

Flavien Henry (Brighton & Hove Albion) - 7.3/10

EFL Cup Quarter Final Draw

Whitehawk Would Face Tottenham Hotpur In The Quarter Finals

We were handed one of the lesser teams in the form of Tottenham Hotspur. Don't let the name deter you from the fact that Spurs had become much weaker in recent seasons (in game). We were clear favourites to progress.

Ryan Ferguson's Interview

Ryan Ferguson:
"We got the job done in the end. It wasn't the most pretty, or the most convincing, of victories, but we secured our passage to the next round, and that's all that matters.

We face Spurs next in the competition and we will need to be at our best to progress."

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mgriffin2012, yes indeed! I'm hoping for some more spectacular performances from him this season!

Previous Update: #58 - Mrva Signs New Five Year Deal
Next Update: #60 - Coffey Joins Whitehawk 100 Club
Doesn't matter how you beat your rivals so long as you do! Your fans will have loved it and Brighton's fans will have hated it!
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Coffey Joins Whitehawk 100 Club

Jason Coffey Scored His 100th Goal For Whitehawk Against Huddersfield


Jason Coffey recorded an impressive milestone as he scored his 100th goal for Whitehawk in a thrilling 4-3 victory over Huddersfield Town in the Premier League. The Irish striker headed in to the game having recorded 99 goals for his club, and scored twice to bring this tally to 101 at the end of the ninety minutes.

Coffey has begun the season in tremendous form for his club, having now scored 13 goals in 17 appearances in all competitions. His tally included goals in the FA Community Shield and UEFA Super Cup fixtures, which Whitehawk inevitably won, and he also recorded an outstanding hat trick against AC Milan at the San Siro in a crucial UEFA Champions League tie.

Jason Coffey became only the second player to score 100 goals for Whitehawk, following in the footsteps of former star striker Danny Mills. The Englishman was a talismanic figure for the club as they climbed the lower leagues, and his incredible record of 171 goals will take some achievement to overtake.

However, Jason Coffey can take pride in knowing his goals-per-game ratio has been significantly better. The current Whitehawk and Ireland star has scored 101 goals in just 185 games, giving him a goals-per-game ratio of 0.55. This outstanding record ousted Danny Mills' 171 goals in 364 appearances, translating to a goals-per-game ratio of 0.47. While both strikers have enjoyed incredible scoring records, Coffey came out on top in terms of prolificy.

The closest competitor in Whitehawk's all-time goal scoring charts is former striker Neal Maupay. The Frenchman recorded a very impressive 91 goals in 167 appearances, providing a goals-per-game ratio of 0.54. Maupay was Whitehawk's first choice striker before Coffey ousted him from this position, and statistically it has proven to be the right move, if only just!

Jason Coffey's 101 Whitehawk Goals:
Premier League: 62
UEFA Champions League: 26
FA Cup: 6
EFL Cup: 3
UEFA Super Cup: 2
FIFA Club World Cup: 1
FA Community Shield: 1

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mgriffin2012, indeed a win over our rivals is always sweet, but I would have like a more entertaining game! :P

Previous Update: #59 - Whitehawk Victorious In Boring Derby
Next Update: #61 - Season 2027/2028: October Review
To have reached that feat as primarily a premier league and champions league player is no mean feat #Coffey100
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Season 2027/2028: October Review

An Overview Of Whitehawk FC In October 2027

Ryan Ferguson: We were well in to the season when October came around, and we were looking to continue our excellent form. Despite a number of injury problems, we were looking to earn six wins from six.


Whitehawk Won Six Games From Six In A Successful October

1-0 Win vs QPR (H), Premier League - 02/10/2027
Attendance: 26,786
It was a very hard-fought victory for Whitehawk, but a deserved one. In a game of few clear cut chances, teenage sensation Tomas Mrva scored the only goal of the game in first half stoppage time.
Stephen Lacy (Whitehawk) - 7.5/10

1-0 Win vs Swansea (A), Premier League - 16/10/2027
Attendance: 20,750
It was a very very boring game, except for two incidents. Miroslav Novakovic scored an incredible long range effort for the only goal of the game, while Swansea's Kane Wilson was later sent off for a second bookable offence.
Miroslav Novakovic (Whitehawk) - 8.3/10

3-2 Win vs Olympique Lyonnais (A), UEFA Champions League - 19/10/2027
Attendance: 59,286
Our third group game of the UEFA Champions League season brought an absolute thriller at the Parc Olympique Lyonnais. In a five goal game, a Kylian Mbappé brace and a late Jason Coffey wonder goal proved enough to secure an important victory in our quest to claim the top spot.
Kylian Mbappé (Whitehawk) - 8.8/10

1-0 Win vs Newcastle (H), Premier League - 23/10/2027
Attendance: 26,786
Miroslav Novakovic scored the only goal of the game as we continued our impressive run in the Premier League.
Gian Felicioli (Newcastle) - 7.6/10

1-0 Win vs Brighton & Hove Albion (A), EFL Cup - 26/10/2027
Attendance: 30,384
Jason Coffey scored the only goal of the game in a narrow derby day win. For an in-depth match report, see here.
Flavien Henry - 7.3/10

4-3 Win vs Huddersfield Town (A), Premier League - 30/10/2027
Attendance: 24,590
It was a game which certainly made up for our lack of goals in recent league games, as we scored four times in a seven goal thriller! Jason Coffey scored his 100th and 101st goals for the club, while Kylian Mbappé also bagged a brace. Pipoca's red card in the second half made it difficult for us, but we managed to secure a narrow victory in the end.
Kylian Mbappé (Whitehawk) - 9.3/10

Overall: Six wins from six cannot be complained about. However, we can be slightly disappointed with our relative lack of goals in a number of games this month. While we did face a few injury problems, we should have found the back of the net more often. This must be addressed in the next few months.

Premier League

Whitehawk Remained Just One Point Ahead At The Top Of The Table

Manchester United had kept pace with us throughout October, and we remained just a single point ahead of them in the rankings. It was a sign of how the league had developed in to a two-horse race, and we always knew that Manchester United would prove to be our main challengers for the league title. There was little surprise there.

UEFA Champions League

Whitehawk Were Comfortably On Top Of Their Group

Nine points from a possible nine put us well on top of the group. Each of the other teams had picked up just three points each, and it made for an interesting battle for second place. While first place was all but secured for us, and we could potentially secure it with victory in our next game, second place was well and truly up for grabs.

Player of the Month

Jason Coffey Was Whitehawk's Star Performer of October 2027

In a month where Jason Coffey scored his 100th Whitehawk goal, the Irishman was Whitehawk's in-form player. The striker scored four times to help us keep up the momentum.

Player's Season Stats:

Appearances: 17
Goals: 13 (91 minutes per goal)
Assists: 3 (396 minutes per assist)
MotM Awards: 2

Attacking Play
Shots On Target Ratio: 50.94% (27/53
Dribbles Completed: 26 (1.53 per game)
Key Passes: 11 (0.41 per game)
Cross Completion Ratio: 20.00% (2/10)

Defensive Play
Key Tackles: 0
Tackles Won Ratio: 11.11% (1/9)
Interceptions: 6 (0.35 per game)
Mistakes: 1 (0.06 per game)
Disciplinary Record
Fouls Committed: 10 (0.59 per game)
Fouls Against: 12 (0.71 per game)
Yellow Cards: 1
Red Cards: 0

General Play
Pass Completion Ratio: 76.13% (252/331)
Headers Won: 30 (1.76 per game)
Distance Covered: 8.94km per game
Key Moments: 24 (1.41 per game)
Matches Won Ratio: 88.24% (15/17)
Average Rating: 7.21

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Whitehawk Football Club

Whitehawk's Finances Remained Strong Despite £9M Loss In October

The club recorded a an overall loss of just over £9,100,000 in October, mostly due to the club's ever-increasing wage spend. However, we were not overly worried, as we would more than make up for this with end of season revenue. We were projected to fail FFP for wage regulations, but that would only result in us receiving a small fine.

The club confirmed an affiliation with Polish side Legia Warszawa in October. The terms of the affiliation were that of a youth development agreement, with Legia youngsters joining Whitehawk to train. For full details on the affiliation, see here.

Ryan Ferguson's Interview

Ryan Ferguson:
"It was a month we can be very happy with. We played some great football and won all of our fixtures. As well as that, we have secured the signing of the highly-rated Chavez Miller, who will join in January, and we have also completed an invaluable affiliation with Legia Warszawa.

Next month will be difficult, with important Champions League and Premier League games to play. Hopefully we can secure another 100% record next month!"

November Fixtures

Whitehawk Would Play Just Five Fixtures In November

With our EFL Cup fixture against Spurs only coming in December, we had just five games to prepare for in November. This included games against Olympique Lyonnais and RSC Anderlecht in the UEFA Champions League, and games against Leicester, Bristol City and Stoke in the league. We wanted to win every game.

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mgriffin2012, indeed! In modern day football, with players moving from club to club as much as they do, a striker scoring 100 goals for one club is quite the achievement!

Previous Update: #60 - Coffey Joins Whitehawk 100 Club
Next Update: #62 - Evra: Manchester United Still The Best
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Evra: Manchester United Still The Best

Olympique Lyonnais Manager Patrice Evra Spoke Ahead Of Whitehawk Fixture


Olympique Lyonnais manager Patrice Evra spoke to the press ahead of his side's visit to Whitehawk in the UEFA Champions League. The former Manchester United and France star was full of praise of for Whitehawk, but still believed Manchester United were the best team in England.

Patrice, you've been the manager of Olympique Lyonnais for three whole years now. How do you rate your experience with the club so far?

Patrice Evra: "I have had a great time here so far. I was the assistant manager here for three and a half years before becoming the manager, and I am very happy with what we have achieved so far. We have performed very well in recent seasons and we are hoping to further our development this year.

We play in a very competitive league. Paris Saint-Germain, AS Monaco and Girondins de Bordeaux are all top teams who provide plenty of competition, and we have done well to remain in this bracket over the last few years."

Last time out against Whitehawk, you suffered a narrow 3-2 defeat. How do you rate your side's chances in England?

Patrice Evra: "We expect a tough game. Whitehawk have won the Champions League in each of the last three seasons, and they cannot possibly be underestimated. We know we're going in to the lion's den here, and we will be facing a truly fantastic side.

But, we are confident in our own ability. We know we can produce some fantastic football and deliver excellent results, so we just need to make this happen tomorrow. It will be tough, but I know we are capable of beating anybody when we play at our best."

It has been ten years since you hung up your boots as a player. Do you miss being on the pitch, rather than being on the dugout?

Patrice Evra: "Yes, of course. I was very lucky to have had such great opportunities as a footballer and to have played for some terrific teams. I had great moments for AS Monaco, Manchester United and for Juventus, where I ended my playing career. I was lucky to win many trophies, and I will always treasure finishing my career by winning the Serie A with Juventus. It was a special way to end my playing career."

Your former club Manchester United are desperate to regain the Premier League title this season, and are right on Whitehawk's heels in the league. How do you rate their chances?

Patrice Evra: "I think Manchester United are still the best team in England. They have a fantastic manager in José Mourinho and a world class squad of players. Whitehawk have been magnificent in recent seasons, but Manchester United will always be the favourites to win."

Where do you see yourself in ten years time, Patrice?

Patrice Evra: "I want to still be involved in football. Whether that be with Olympique Lyonnais or with another team, I don't know. Football will always be the love of my life and I can't imagine life without it. I have always been involved in football and I always want to be involved in football. It is my life. I LOVE THIS GAME!"

Previous Update: #61 - Season 2027/2028: October Review
Next Update: #63 - Five Star Whitehawk Hammer Lyon
Evra is one of very few United players I don't mind and quite respect, although calling United the better team over Whitehawk... foolish move. ;)
Another brilliant month and having less games next month will come in handy and hopefully mean your players go into the busy festive schedule in good shape!

Having said that if Evra thinks United are better he is clearly smoking something ;)
Congratulations on winning Story of the Month too man! This story has been a big influence on my writing! A more than deserving winner! :D
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Five Star Whitehawk Hammer Lyon

Whitehawk Put Five Past A Helpless Lyon Side


Whitehawk put Olympique Lyonnais to the sword in the UEFA Champions League by securing a resounding 5-0 victory. Kylian Mbappé, as ever, inspired the home side to a fantastic goal scoring display, as Whitehawk further displayed their ambitions of lifting the coveted European trophy once more.

5-0 Win vs Lyon - UEFA Champions League

Whitehawk Were Ruthless In Attack Against Lyon

It was a game billed for goals, and the attacking action began from the very first minute. The first real chance of the game fell to Whitehawk, but Kylian Mbappé was unable to convert. Whitehawk had their opponents penned inside their own penalty area, and an alert Franco Díaz picked out Kylian Mbappé with his back to goal. The Frenchman swiveled on the spot and fired a low shot across goal. However, Lyon 'keeper Eric Nordström got down low to turn it away.

Whitehawk would go on to break the deadlock just before the half-hour mark. Miroslav Novakovic found himself behind the Lyon defence on the right, and his low cross made its way to the back post where Jason Coffey was on hand to turn the ball in to the back of the net. Whitehawk were ahead.

Just over a minute later, and Whitehawk were two goals to the good. Kyian Mbappé picked out the unmarked Erkan Aktaş on the edge of the box, and the marauding Turkish full back saw his shot cannon off Lyon's Javier Cardona before finding its way in to the back of Lyon's net. It would go down as a Cardona own-goal.

Kylian Mbappé would get his name on the score sheet with seven minutes remaining in the first half, and deservedly so. Kingsley Osagie lead a quick Whitehawk counter attack, and he picked out Miroslav Novakovic on the right wing with a brilliant thirty yard pass. Novakovic in turn found Mbappé on the edge of the area, and the Frenchman unleashed an unstoppable first-time drive which flew through Nordström's hands and in to the back of the net.

Mbappé turned provider minutes in to the second half to complete a brilliant Whitehawk attack. Anton Nyman and Franco Díaz dictated the move from midfield, with Kylian Mbappé providing the all-important magic touch. The Frenchman turned a magnificent back heel in to the path of Kingsley Osagie and from eleven yards out, Whitehawk's number ten made no mistake in finding the back of the net.

Whitehawk were not done at four goals, and they would find a fifth with twenty five minutes to go. Mbappé's out-swinging corner was met by the head of Stephen Lacy on the six yard line, who cushioned the ball in to the path of substitute Sergi Samper. The Spaniard powered a shot in to the roof of the net to put the icing on the cake for the hosts.

Kylian Mbappé (Whitehawk) - 9.3/10

Ryan Ferguson's Interview

Ryan Ferguson:
"Great win, great performance. We played fantastic football and showed no signs of slipping up. I think we dominated each phase of the game and proved why we're contenders for the title.

Mbappé was brilliant again. He settled very quickly here in this country and he has proven to be worth every penny we paid for him. He's helped bring an attacking guile which we perhaps lacked at times last season, and now we are a free-scoring unit with everybody contributing to our goal scoring."

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ScottT, well I certainly shut him up anyway! :P

mgriffin2012, yeah the fewer games will certainly help us to retain fitness heading in to the mid-season grind! And congratulations to you for winning it too! Your writing has been very inspirational for me, and has certainly raised the quality required to be considered in the poll in the first place!

Previous Update: #62 - Evra: Manchester United Still The Best
Next Update: #64 - The Swede Escape
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The Swede Escape

Ryan Ferguson Visited Stockholm In Another Mid-Season Holiday


The November international break was my last chance to enjoy a temporary exodus from hell England until March. These invaluable few days were my last hours of respite before the mid-season grind would settle in. It was a time to rest and relax before a gruelling schedule would begin.

Crete and Tallinn were highly contrasting previous destinations, and so too was Stockholm, which became my home for a number of days. It was a city of nearly 800 years in existence, as far as history recordings were aware, and one of true significance in northern Europe.

A city of fourteen interconnected islands, Stockholm was an iconic work of engineering, art and industry. With over a million inhabitants in the city itself, it was growing in size, reputation and popularity. It was considered to be one of the most ideal locations to work in the twenty-first century.

If ever there was a way to describe Stockholm, it would be 'diverse'. The great mix of ethnic groups brought together cultures from around the globe, creating a tapestry of all things good in the world. Christians, Jews, Muslims, Hindus, Buddhists, other religious entities. Europeans, Asians, Africans, South Americans, North Americans. They all belonged to Stockholm. Everybody was at home. Nobody was out of place there.

There was no hate. Nobody was scared or angry with another group. Everybody was equal, everybody was the same. There were language barriers, differences in appearances, lifestyles and beliefs, but everybody conformed to one common belief - everybody was equal. Nobody was above or below one another.

This harmony was unique to this part of the world. It wasn't something you could find in the western world, where everybody played the blame game all too often. You see, history was written by the man with the loudest voice, and those with the loudest voices in the western world were determined to make those of different backgrounds responsible, causing social unrest and a general despondency.

As I walked the old town of Stockholm, in the cold air of an early Scandinavian winter, I felt a serenity not known to the cultures of England and the west. The harmonious, welcoming air of Sweden brought encouragement to myself, to have hope of a world where I could live and put my under-siege mind to rest.

It was a truth which had been known to me since my visit to Tallinn one month previously, and it became clearer as I strolled through the Swedish capital. A feeling of elation had grown inside in the previous month. A feeling I had not enjoyed in many years. I knew where my eventual home would be.

June would bring the end of an adventure. I would end my allegiance with Whitehawk once the season's close arrived, and I would embark on an adventure of the north-east of Europe. Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Iceland, Finland, Estonia. One of these nations would become my home in the future, but which one?

Previous Update: #63 - Five Star Whitehawk Hammer Lyon
Next Update: #65 - Season 2027/2028: November Review
Damn i really want to go to Stockholm now!
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Season 2027/2028: November Review

An Overview Of Whitehawk FC In November 2027

Ryan Ferguson: The calm before the storm. November would prove to be the final month before a hectic mid-season schedule kicked in. With just five games to be played in all competitions in November, we were looking to enjoy the reasonable schedule.


Whitehawk Won Five Out Of Five In A Successful November

5-0 Win vs Olympique Lyonnais (H), UEFA Champions League - 03/11/2027
Attendance: 26,786
It was a dominant victory for us as we brushed Patrice Evra's Lyon side aside. Kylian Mbappé inspired us to victory as we asserted our ability in Europe once again.
Kylian Mbappé (Whitehawk) - 9.3/10

3-0 Win vs Leicester (H), Premier League - 06/11/2027
Attendance: 26,786
The 'Mbappé show' continued as the Frenchman bagged another goal and assist. Miroslav Novakovic and Sergi Samper also got themselves on the score sheet as we put Leicester to the sword.
Kylian Mbappé (Whitehawk) - 8.9/10

2-0 Win vs Bristol City (A), Premier League - 20/11/2027
Attendance: 26,923
Bristol City showed terrible discipline as they picked up two red cards in a game we dominated. Lewis Cook and Miroslav Novakovic provided the goal in a comfortable away win.
Lewis Cook (Whitehawk) - 8.3/10

3-1 Win vs RSC Anderlecht (A), UEFA Champions League - 23/11/2027
Attendance: 19,000
In our penultimate group game in the UEFA Champions League, we brushed Anderlecht aside. The Belgians stood no chance as Kingsley Osagie, Kylian Mbappé and Jason Coffey all got on the score sheet to secure a comfortable victory.
Kingsley Osagie (Whitehawk) - 8.7/10

2-0 Win vs Stoke (H), Premier League - 28/11/2027
Attendance: 26,786
We rounded off November with a decent win over Stoke. Goals from Miroslav Novakovic and Martin Ødegaard secured victory to seal a 100% record in November.
Martin Ødegaard (Whitehawk) - 8.1/10

Overall: I'm delighted with five wins from five. We played some great football, and scored a good amount of goals. We kept clean sheets in each of our three league fixtures, which is pleasing, and continued to impress in Europe.

Premier League

Whitehawk Extended Their Lead At The Top Of The Table

November proved to be difficult for our chasing pack. Both Manchester United and Chelsea suffered set backs which meant we would extend our lead at the top of the table to a very comfortable six points. Our consistency had rewarded us with an invaluable lead.

UEFA Champions League

Whitehawk Had Secured Top Spot In Their Group

Five wins from five guaranteed top spot for us. The other three teams were left to scrap it out for second place, with AC Milan in the driving seat.

Player of the Month

Sergi Samper Was Whitehawk's Star Performer of November 2027

Sergi Samper was very much an unsung hero in a successful November. The Spaniard began the season as a back-up player, but was among the goals in a month of great form for the veteran midfielder.

Player's Season Stats:

Appearances: 17
Goals: 3 (296 minutes per goal)
Assists: 1 (888 minutes per assist)
MotM Awards: 0

Attacking Play
Shots On Target Ratio: 40.00% (6/15)
Dribbles Completed: 25 (1.47 per game)
Key Passes: 7 (0.41 per game)
Cross Completion Ratio: 10.00% (1/10)

Defensive Play
Key Tackles: 1
Tackles Won Ratio: 66.67% (20/30)
Interceptions: 71 (4.18 per game)
Mistakes: 17 (1.00 per game)
Disciplinary Record
Fouls Committed: 20 (1.18 per game)
Fouls Against: 16 (0.94 per game)
Yellow Cards: 2
Red Cards: 0

General Play
Pass Completion Ratio: 89.97% (852/947)
Headers Won: 28 (1.65 per game)
Distance Covered: 13.5km per 90 mins
Key Moments: 11 (0.65 per game)
Matches Won Ratio: 88.24% (15/17)
Average Rating: 7.14

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Whitehawk Football Club

Whitehawk's Finances Were Strong

Our finances remained strong. We were projected to fail FFP regulations for wages, which would only result in a small fine.

Ryan Ferguson's Message

Ryan Ferguson:
"It has been a great month for us. We won all our games, which has really put us in a strong position in the league and in Europe. We hope to continue our good form in to next month to finish 2027 strongly."

December Fixtures

Whitehawk Would Compete In The FIFA Club World Cup In December

A busy month was ahead of us. We would play Tottenham Hotspur in the quarter finals of the EFL Cup, before a big trip to Everton in the Premier League. We would then round off our UEFA Champions League group stage with a game against AC Milan before jetting off to South Africa to compete in the FIFA Club World Cup. We would then finish the month with three Premier League games against Chelsea, Southampton and West Ham.

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mgriffin2012, its a magical place!

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