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The Pentagon Challenge- 5 Stars

The Pentagon Challenge
Started on 30 March 2013 by Jack
Latest Reply on 25 April 2013 by Jack
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Congrats mate!

Keep it up.

Kaizer Chiefs beat Real Madrid

Ralph Johnson's reign at Kaizer Chiefs was summed up in one game as the Amakhosi beat the Galacticos 4-1 thanks to a Bongani Ndulula hat-trick which means Kaizer Chiefs are through to the Club World Championship final against Al-Sadd of Qatar but if Kaizer Chiefs can beat Real Madrid, who knows what can happen?

Amakhosi wins the Club World Championship

As if winning Real Madrid isn't good enough, Ralph Johnson has guided Kaizer Chiefs to the Club World Championship for the first time in Kaizer Chiefs history after beating Qatar side Al-Sadd 3-2 in Morocco although, it may be Ralph Johnson's last achievement at the South African champions after declaring interest in the vacant manager role at Australian side Sydney FC.

Johnson takes Sydney hot seat

After winning 7 trophies at Kaizer Chiefs, Ralph Johnson has moved to Sydney, Australia to venture into management in Asia "I'm very happy to be here and to get straight into things, I don't have much experience in this part of the world so it'll be interesting to see how I do"
"You're a bit of a Ibrahimovic type character, swapping clubs after a bit of success?" said an Australian journalist. Then Johnson blew his top walking up to the same journalist got hold of his shirt "You f****** what? I'd like to see you win two continental cups followed by 9 other important trophies, pipe down you little s***. I've come from flipping burgers to continental glory, sit down you c***." The whole room giggled at the journalist's red face as he slowly walked out of the room. "That's it ladies and gentlemen, conference over, go on, OUT!" said the Chairman.
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Welcome to hell.
You're doing well, keep it up :)

Johnson Resigns!

After just 29 days at Sydney because 'he couldn't adjust to the league regulations' and the board didn't help him very much, the Australian public has held a petition for the Australian FA to change league regulations and Sydney fans held up banners in the streets complaining they want the board to leave the club. There are now rumours that Johnson is looking into another job in Asia with Seoul and Jeonbuk being mentioned

Seoul hires Johnson

A week after his resignation from Sydney, Ralph Johnson has taken the vacant manager role at South Korean club Seoul "My last job at Sydney didn't work as planned so I really hope I am successful at such a big club like Seoul, I've met the people here and they are really great people and I'm really excited to get started here" were words of content by Johnson.
Good luck in Korea.

Pre-Season results

good pre-season apart from the 2-0 loss to Shenhua

February/March Review

Overall a good month if it hadn't been for the Ulsan result it would of been excellent but great results in the Asian Champions League and that's all that I care about but I would like to win another trophy in South Korea if I can

21 game review

The League:

We are 6 points ahead of 2nd placed Chunnam Dragons with a possibility of going 9 points as we have a game in hand.

The FA Cup:

I wasn't really bothered about the FA Cup but it was a shame it ended so early

The Asian Champions League:

Apart from the Beijing result we breezed through the Group Stages and got through the Second round comfortably but I don't know where it went?! If anyone knows what happens in the Asian Champions League can you leave a comment?

Key man: Jung Jo-Gook
That was a rather quick swap from Australia to China. It does look like you're having more luck in China though. When do you plan on returning to Australia or do you not plan on doing?
2013-04-13 21:41#92334 Jamesg237 : That was a rather quick swap from Australia to China. It does look like you're having more luck in China though. When do you plan on returning to Australia or do you not plan on doing?
I'm in South Korea but the only reason I left Australia is the league regulations were strange, you were only allowed one player on a 'Key Player' contract so I had to resign, MrJK will tell you how bad the A-League is.

K-League review (so far)

So then, the initial 30 game season is over and now the league has split into two and now we have 13 games left after beating Busan l'park 3-1 in the first game + I've finally got to the Asian Champions league Quarter-Final which we won 4-1 (first leg) against Teraktor-Sazi

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