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Mansfield Town F.C - A Womens Touch

Started on 24 June 2013 by JamieFMS
Latest Reply on 6 July 2013 by Ziechael
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All I'm gonna say is "DAMMMMMNNN GIRLLLLLL!!!"
An ex-escort, a dressing room full of semi-naked extrovert guys... what could possibly go wrong ;)
The start is amazing mate! And the press conference... simply... Ahahahahah!!! :D
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neal09: You're a pervert.

LFCsedso: You are also the pervert.

Kane: She's awesome, i love seeing her every game. :P

Ziechael: Nothing could go wrong!

Gambit: Thank you Gambit!
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We aim to take Mansfield to the Premier League within five years, but we need to avoid the play-offs... because last time I was arrested!

"John and I have a five year plan for the club. For John that ends with us reaching the Championship but for me it's definitely us getting in to the Premier League."

Promotion next year for us is absolutely a realistic target. And we want to be champions, too. I got arrested the last time we were in the play-offs so we should probably avoid that again! But I can't take the stress of the play-offs. Anybody involved in football knows it's the most nerve wrecking experience there is. Last time we were in it we were favourites but still got knocked out. So we want to avoid that.

We've got a core group of players and staff that we want to talk to. We don't want to hold anybody back and we want to make sure that anybody who is at the football club wants to be here. We want to make sure all our players want to play for Mansfield and that we keep that sense of community and team spirit, because it's been so important these last few months as we've aimed for the title.

We set goals at the start of each seasos. Firstly we had to make sure we were eligible for promotion because when we took over, Mansfield didn't actually own the ground. So we had to make sure we got over that first predicament so we could actually get promoted.
Well, the players surely will have extra motivation to get to the Prem with her in the dressing room. ;)

Looks to be a very promising story, you can count on me following it!
Well i would love to know what she was arrested for! I think this looks awesome.
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Arvind: They sure will, thanks!

jasonvilla4ever: Thank you Jason :)
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Mansfield Announce Pre-Season Fixtures

Carolyn Radford today as announced the Pre-Season fixtures for this years campaign in aid to start the season in the best form as possible.

Mansfields first game will be against Liverpool away at Anfield on the 22nd of July, on the 26th of July Newcastle United will then come to the One Call Stadium. On the 29th of July we will then travel to Ossett Town and on the 31st of July we face local non-league teams Hucknall Town.

Into August now and on the 4th Burnley make the trip to Mansfield. The last game of the pre-season friendlies will be against Wolves Casuals.

Will be a good test against the likes of Liverpool ,Newcastle and burnley. the other games are very winnable! Good luck.
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Mansfield Sign 4 On Loan

Mansfield Town today signed 4 players on loan to boost there squad for the Blue Square Premier campaign, all of the players have been signed on loan until the end of the seasons and they all have the option to be re called by the club that's loaning them out.

The first player to come on loan is Boltons 22 year old goalkeeper Rob Lainton, Rob has been at Bolton since 2006/7 season but has yet to make a first team appearance for the club, Carolyn Radford believes he will give 33 year old Alan Marriot tough competition in the season to come.

Mansfield have signed 22 year old striker Wes Fletcher from Burnley, Wed started his career at Liverpool in 2006 before then signing for Burnley, in his time at Burnley he's rarely started any games and been constantly loaned out to League One and League Two teams to gain some experience.

Youngster Adam Dodd is the next to be brought in on loan from Blackpool, the 20 year old left back will almost certainly be playing most games next season as the left back position is one of the weakest so it will be great experience for the young lad to get under his belt, last season he was on loan at Ayr in the Scottish Second Division where he made 16 appearances and scoring 2 goals.

20 Year old Danny Foster as joined up with the Mansfield squad after being bought in on loan from Wycombe Wanderers, the strong right back will have his work cut out after Lee Beevers looks to fill that slot almost all season depending on any injuries but he will more than likely feature at some point in the season.

Rob Lainton
Wes Fletcher
Adam Dodd
Danny Foster
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Mansfield Bring In 3 New Faces

Mansfield Today snapped up 3 new players all on free transfers which include Anthony Le Gall, Serisay Barthelemy and Julian Pinard.

27 year old French striker Anthony Le Gall as signed on a 2 year contract on £2.5k per week, Anthony as never played in football in a different country than France and Canada, he started his career at Havre FC where he made 0 first team appearances in his youth career between 2002 and 2005, he then moved onto Stade Brestois 29 where he made 23 appearances scoring only 1 goal. He then moved onto Stade Plabennecois on a free transfer but failed to break into the 1st team making 0 appearances, he knew his time was coming to an end in the French football so he then moved to Canada for 2 years at a team called Montreal Impact where he made 26 appearances scoring 2 goals in his time there before getting released at the end of his second season

Attacking right midfielder Serisay Barthelemy joined Mansfield today on a 2 year deal on £3.1k per week the 28 year old Laos international as also spent most of his life in the French leagues starting his career at As Saint-Etienne before moving to SC Bastia for 7 years where he was a first team regular. He then moved to 2 clubs in 2 seasons after being released from SC Basita, the first club was AS Cannes and the second was USA club FC Edmonton.

The next to sign for Mansfield is 26 year old, French player Julian Pinard who has spent most of his career in the top league of French football, he started his career at Stade Rennais FC but then moved to FC Lorient where he made 4 appearances for the club, the attacking right midfielder as signed on a 2 year contract on £2.2k a week.

Anthony Le Gall
Serisay Barthelemy
Julian Pinard
Great signings so far! Maybe she could give the players a strip tease to motivate them before big matches ;)
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BeanyUnited: Thanks mate!
Signings look decent, good luck with the rest of the season :D

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