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The Darts Regenerated - A Dartford Story

Started on 25 March 2013 by AlexSonwild
Latest Reply on 26 July 2013 by AlexSonwild
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2013-04-19 14:56#93239 Glenn T : I'm here for the free thank you :))

2013-04-19 14:58#93241 Tellak : Commented:D

You had your free thanks and responce! Thanks for commenting :D
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Great work man keep it up
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2013-04-19 14:57#93240 LJO200 : Some nice signings, whenever I see a game with fake players I try to work out who they are meant to be :D Unfortunately, I have no chance here :)

Thanks m8 :) I have an other challenge for you! Tell me to which club this squad belong to :

2013-04-19 15:03#93244 MrJK : Great work man keep it up

Thanks mate :)
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October 2011 - 100% record in league...once again


Part Four: Stats, Records, Awards

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For the second month running I'm Manager of the Month and a Dartford player is Player of the month. It was Murphy, who scored two times in three games getting a 8.33 average rating. The runner-up is Nazier Tshepe, also a Dartford player. The center back scored three goals, each time from the penalty spot and was a keyman of Dart's defence.




Murphy, thanked Sonwild for this award, stating that he couldn't have won it without the succes of the team and that the team good form was all about his manager.
The 20 year old player also said that it was the greatest month of his life, starting with a new FA Cup record despite going out early of this competition.


Murphy also leads the league assist charts with 8 of them, and as the best average rating. The top goalscorer plays for Salisbury and scored 11 times, one more than Mark Reeney. Dixon also from Dartford has 9 goals to his tally.


It's not a surpise that Dartford scored the most goal in league so far, finding the back of the net 40 times which is 14 more than Havant & W. But Darts top the lot also with the best defence, conceding only 10 goals in 14 games. All those fact explain why Dartford is top of Blue Square Bet South and currently on 8 straight victories. We can also notice that they won their 7 home games and currently have the best average attendance.




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October 2011 - 100% record in league...once again



Part Five:



Which goal did you prefer in October? Which goal will succede to Pirrie's craker against Eastleigh? It's your choice!

Author's note

A big thanks to Devil who made the great "Goal of the Month" banner for this story! :)


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Nice update Alex, GotM video is a nice touch indeed =)
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2013-04-20 09:35#93393 Khejan : Nice update Alex, GotM video is a nice touch indeed =)

Thanks m8, I thought it would be :D
Its a toughie to pick for Goal of the Month ;)

I loveee the banner, wonder where you got it from? :P

Alex this is going brilliantly, a great story. Well done, and keep it up! :)
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2013-04-20 11:52#93428 Devil. : Its a toughie to pick for Goal of the Month ;)

I loveee the banner, wonder where you got it from? :P

Alex this is going brilliantly, a great story. Well done, and keep it up! :)

Thanks m8, means a lot :D I think the banner was made by LJO or a City fan :P
You're doing well with Dartford, keep it up :)
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October's Edition


The second edition of "Remember The Name", bring us to Championship's side Ipswich. They sit 7th in the league and are in a big group of promotion contenders (6 points separates 2nd placed Bolton from Brighton, 11th). One of their main advantage is having a young and talented goalscorer in their ranks.


Tom Stanislaus, 20 years old, his the league top scorer, finding the back of the net 11 time in 14 appearances. The Ipswich product climbed the youth ranks to claim a starting place in the first-team this season. He scored on his debuts against Cardiff (2-0) and got back on the score sheet two week later, opening the score in a 3-1 win against Peterborough. He then scored at Nottingham Forest but lost his first game as a Ipswich player.

After a difficult September month where he only scored at the last game, Stanislaus played superbly in October with 6 goals in 5 games, and was named Young Player of the Month. The young English striker was also Ipswich's Fans Player of the Month and he said enjoying life at the club. But is that enough to ignore Premier League clubs interest?

The likes of Arsenal, Tottenham, Manchester City and United are rumoured to be interest in signing the player this summer. According to the Daily Mail, the actual third placed in Premier League, Southampton, will make a bid in January for him and the fee could reach £4M.

Former Ipswich legend and actual Inverness manager, Ricky Herd spoke to us about Stanislaus.

"He will surely have big and interesting offers but I hope he stays at Ipswich for a few more years, said Herd when asked what should do the wonderkid in case of offers from Premier League or top foreign clubs. Ipswich is a club who is building a project and we need our home-made talents to stay. Not only for the club but also for them. It's easier to develop in a club like Ipswich than Liverpool, Manchester City or Real Madrid. You have more game time and less pressure. [...]
Ipswich could be in Premier League in a short time, so staying here is really what Tom needs. "

So remember the name and see you next month!

Author's note

A big thanks to LJO200 who made a really great banner! :)


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2013-04-20 14:44#93482 Justice96 : You're doing well with Dartford, keep it up :)

Thanks m8 :)
Like this remember the name thing! Gives us an insight of the world around your save, and the story is not just centered around the club you're managing - something every writer including me is guilty of doing in most, if not all of their stories.

Keep it up Alex. Love the new banner.
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2013-04-20 15:51#93504 Glenn T : Like this remember the name thing! Gives us an insight of the world around your save, and the story is not just centered around the club you're managing - something every writer including me is guilty of doing in most, if not all of their stories.

Keep it up Alex. Love the new banner.

Thanks Glenn, means a lot :) You just described what I wanted to do with the "Remember the name" series ;)
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