"The end of the Armenian Domestic Football Season comes to and end, as Pyunik Yerevan win the league, Ulisses win the Supercup and Banants win the Independence Cup! We will give the results, league tables, and our Player of the Season, voted by players and managers themselves. We will also comment on the situation regarding the management of the Armenian National Football team, who will become the next manager?"
"We will start of with the league, where shocks have happened everywhere this season except for the title-winners and the relegated team. The title-winners were Pyunik, who have now won the title 3 times in a row under Hamoudi Fayad, an incredible feat for the previously unknown manager. Rumours are coming in about how Pyunik received 170,000 British Pound Sterling for winning the title, an increase from the 100,000 Pounds in 2012."
"The league table was as follows:
"Mika were the overachievers, coming in 2nd... while Impuls were the underachievers in 7th, they finished 3rd last year! Shirak finished 4th, although they did not get a European spot, because Banants won the Independence Cup. Martuni were relegated, but again, but they bettered their score of 1 point in 28 games 2 seasons ago."
Independence Cup Final
"Banants defeated Gandzasar 3-1 in the final to give themselves a European Spot for next year. Davtyan was the star of the match, scoring 2 goals on the rout to win. Rumours are that Banants earned 50,000 British Pound Sterling for winning the trophy, a decent amount for a team like theirs."
Player of the Season
"The player of the season for this season was a tough one, but the player who came out on top wasn't a stiker, it was star defender, Gael Andonian.
He had moved from Ulisses to Pyunik for 675k at the start of the 2015 season, and my goodness what a player did they get. He had won 85% of his tackles, scored 6 goals, assisted twice, and had a 76% succesful passing rate. Pyunik won 74% of their games while he was playing, he averaged 3.5 tackles per game, and finally he won 8 player of the matches (a record) and had an average rating of 7.76."
"A fantastic player, definitely Pyunik's Player of the Season too. I loved managing him and he's only 20, he is a big part of our project, along with a new signing, who I do not wish to reveal the details of." -Hamoudi Fayad, Pyunik Manager
"Gael. What a player, he did not know how to speak Armenian when he first came here, but the way he matured and grew up over the season was absolutely amazing. He's always having a laugh and smiling when we lose, telling us cheerfully: 'Hamoudi Fayad has put his trust in us for this project, and he told us it would not finish overnight. He will definitely not be angry at the way we lost, so let's cheer up and scream Pyunik!' He definitely deserved this award!" -Artak Yedigaryan, Pyunik Captain
Armenia's New Manager to be Unveiled
"There have been many rumours flying around about who will be the next Armenian National Team Manager, it has been 2 weeks since Vardan Minasyan has been sacked, so hopefully the Armenian FA have thought deep and hard on who will be the next manager, here is a statement from Armenian FA President and founder of Pyunik, Ruben Hayrapetyan:"
"I am pleased to announce that the new manager of Armenia is Arkadi Yepremyan. The former Shirak player will begin his duties immediately, and as President of the FFA I want immediate results from Armenia, and would like to see us rise above #100 in the rankings very soon. We have considered many candidates and hope that you will be happy with the new regime of Armenia. Thank you very much."
"We have a few comments from managers in the Armenian league on the new manager of Armenia:"
"This is unbelievable. I was expected to become the new manager of Armenia yet they did not even consider my application! I am the current best manager in Armenia, and you bring somebody who has never managed a team in his life before!? This is appalling and I am embarrassed. I hope there is a matter of change very soon, as I will lead Armenia to glory." -Hamoudi Fayad, Pyunik Manager
"Well, what can I say? I am baffled too. I did not go for the post but my very dear friend Hamoudi Fayad did, and I feel he was cheated out of it. He has done wonders at Pyunik, and part of the reason the Armenian league is rising through the rankings is because of his magical Pyunik team filled with youngsters. Hopefully it will change soon." -Andranik Barikyan, Mika Manager
"It beats me to why Fayad thinks he is the best one for the Armenian National job, Yepremyan is a Shirak legend and I know he will do wonders for Armenia. This Fayad manager is a poser, thinking he is the best of everything. Andranik Barikyan is not far off from him." -Vardan Bichachkyan, Shirak Manager
"So there we have it, the Armenian Season Review of 2015. The new manager of Armenia has been unveiled, with a few managers hitting out on the FFA, and Shirak's manager hitting out on Fayad. Will fines be handed out? Will we see a new Champion? Will anybody get past the Group Stages in Europe?"