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Nathan Limior Takes on Everton and the Premier League

Started on 6 July 2013 by shylax
Latest Reply on 1 September 2013 by Walter
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The picture doesn't work. Otherwise great month and great update :)
Gradually improving, good to see :)

March 2016

Stoke 1 - 0 Everton
Yoo Hoon scored the winning goal off a corner kick.
Player of the Match: Jack Butland (Stoke)

Everton 1 - 1 Southampton
We were unlucky. Southampton took the lead after Mattia Perin went out to get a ball, cleared it to Gaston Ramirez who scored a great effort for Southampton. Manolo Gabbiadini headed in a cross to equalize.
Player of the Match: Adam Henley (Southampton)
Injury Update: Santiago Hernandez twisted his ankle and will be out 3-4 weeks.

Manchester United 1 - 1 Everton
It looked like Everton would win when Valerio Verre played a ball to Manolo Gabbiadini well into the penalty box and Gabbiadini powered it into the net, but Danny Welbeck equalized late when Van Persie fed him a ball into the six.
Player of the Match: Axel Witsel (Manchester United)

Everton 3 - 0 Liverpool
Everton got off to a flyer when Manolo Gabbiadini headed the ball in from close range. Gabbiadini added another goal for a brace, and defender Rafael Rivas got a goal, volleying in an Armand Mbock cross.
Player of the Match: Manolo Gabbiadini (Everton)


No new deals announced.

No new deals announced.

Premier League Table

It might be too late for continental football but we'll do our best for the rest of the season. Gabbiadini is a revelation for us, leading the Premier League with 20 goals, but our next best goalscorer has only 4.
You were 8th what happened?
Great win v Liverpool! Looking stable :)

April 2016

Everton 2 - 0 Arsenal
Manolo Gabbiadini was excellent, feeding a low cross to Armand Mbock who volleyed it in for the shock lead, and Gabbiadini himself doubled it getting a lucky header off a corner that bounced off the crossbar and in.
Player of the Match: Ryan Bertrand (Everton)

Queen's Park Rangers 0 - 0 Everton
Both teams had plenty of chances but were unlucky in front of goal.
Player of the Match: Christopher Samba (Queen's Park Rangers)

Wolverhampton Wolves 0 - 2 Everton
Wolves missed a chance to take the lead when Mattia Perin saved Stewart Downing's penalty. Everton took the lead when a great ball was played through for Gabbiadini who deked the goalkeeper and had an empty net at his mercy. Senne Schoeters scored when Gabbiadini played a ball to him from the right side and had plenty of space to slot the ball.
Player of the Match: Panagiotis Tachtsidis (Everton)

Everton 0 - 1 West Ham
Despite Everton's domination of the run of play, Anton Putsila scored the only goal of the match for West Ham when his free kick bounced in off the crossbar.
Player of the Match: Brian Ironton (West Ham)

Newcastle 1 - 0 Everton
Once again, Everton's opponent makes efficient use of limited chances to win as Papiss Cisse puts it into the net from close range to win.
Player of the Match: Jeffrey Bruma (Newcastle)


No new deals announced.

No new deals announced.

Premier League Table

With two matches left in the season, we just have to play out the string.

May 2016

Norwich 2 - 0 Everton
Everton's defense had a rare breakdown as Danny Graham scored both goals on long shots.
Player of the Match: Danny Graham (Norwich)

Hull 1 - 0 Everton
Hull were lucky to win as they scored their only goal on their only shot on goal, a header by Christian Benteke.
Player of the Match: Mark Beevers (Hull)


No new deals announced.

- Kieran Trippler sold to Reading for 2.7 million. He wanted first team football and I can build depth with youth acquisitions.
- Khaleem Hyland sold to West Ham for 1.4 million up front and 3.2 million in installments over 48 months.
- Johan Martial sold to Wolves for 2.1 million.
- Dejan Skolnik sold to Kuban for 2.4 million.

Premier League Table

Despite losing to end the season, we finished great for where we were expected to be. We won 16.72 million pounds for our achievement this season, which will help us out tremendously! Manolo Gabbiadini was a great signing for us, winning the Premier League scoring title with 22 goals.
Promoted: Brighton, Ipswich, and Sheffield Wednesday

Initial Wage Budgets for 2016-17

Wage budget: 850K per week
Transfer budget: 16.37M
You did well, not the best of ways to end the season though :/ Keep it up next season, and soon you'll be in Europe!

June 2016


- Everton were looking into signing Wilifried Zaha but he refused their advances and signed with Tottenham instead.
- Neil Ford from Arsenal for 1 million.
- Gianluca Caprari from Pescara for 4.5 million.

- Joe Mason to Wolves for 2.2 million.

End of Season Honors

Fans' Player of the Year: Panagiotis Tachtsidis
Overall Best Eleven: Inigo Martinez, Manolo Gabbiadini, Mattia Perin, Panagiotis Tachtsidis

Squad - July 1

2016 Preseason

Paris Saint-Germain 3 - 3 Everton
Despite PSG's 3 goals, the lack of coverage on the wings wasn't exposed much, and Fininho quickly proved how good he is, scoring two goals against PSG at Parc des Princes and almost leading to a win against PSG. George Green also had a great free kick goal.
Player of the Match: Fininho (Everton)

Orlando City SC 2 - 4 Everton
Manolo Gabbiadini had a great game with four goals. He was unhappy when I chewed out the team after only being up 2-1 at halftime, but if this is what he does if he's unhappy, I need to make his life hell! Orlando City SC were lucky to score two, only having two shots on goal.
Player of the Match: Manolo Gabbiadini (Everton)

Southport 1 - 3 Everton
Another dominating performance by Manolo Gabbiadini, with only a consolation goal late by Southport.
Player of the Match: Manolo Gabbiadini (Everton)

Everton 2 - 0 Leverkusen
The defense held and Manolo Gabbiadini latched onto two balls to score two wonderful goals, the first on a well-played long and high through ball, the second on a cross.
Player of the Match: Manolo Gabbiadini (Everton)

Celtic 1 - 4 Everton
Once again, Manolo Gabbiadini led the team with two goals, although it was Senne Schoeters playing in place of Fininho who got the team off on a flyer with a 1st minute goal. Despite having Everton edged out on possession, Celtic couldn't handle Everton's passing moves and their only goal came late when Samaras headed in a cross.
Player of the Match: Manolo Gabbiadini (Everton)


- Marco Wolf in on a free transfer.
- Paco has been granted a conditional British work permit and has signed with Everton. He will join the team on January 1.
- Nicola Leali from Juventus for 1.1 million.
- Evanilson has been granted a conditional British work permit and has signed with Everton from Atletico Minero for 800k. He will join the team on July 31, 2018.

- Conor McAleny to Wolves for 800k.
- So many loans it's easier to just take a screenshot and show you:
Nice update, as usual, and a hell of a lot of goals too! :)
Wow those two Brazilians are class. Great signings mate.

Valencia to AS Roma
On the last day of the transfer window, Portland fans have had to take a heavy blow as striker Jose Adolfo Valencia has been sold to Serie A club AS Roma for 6,750,000 pounds, but the deal can increase in value to 7.5 million if certain conditions are met. Portland have been awarded an allocation fund of $600,000 (400,000 pounds), which is paltry for the quality of player sold. Roma fans are delighted at the signing, and Portland fans are diappointed to let one of their greatest players of all time leave for such paltry compensation (that can be reinvested into the club).

August 2016

Manchester City 3 - 3 Everton
Six different goalscorers showed the depth of class that both teams have, as a much younger and less expensive Everton side proved they were equals to Manchester City on this day. Manchester City blew a 2 goal lead with 15 minutes to go as Marek Hamsik got sent off for a late tackle, which allowed Manolo Gabbiadini and Gianluca Caprera to score late goals. Fininho also headed in a goal off his debut, a very auspicious start on the road at such tough opposition.
Player of the Match: Edin Dzeko (Manchester City)

Capital One Cup 2nd Round
Doncaster 3 - 1 Everton
This is what I get for trying to rest my starters, I suppose.
Player of the Match: Daniel Powell (Doncaster)

Everton 3 - 1 West Brom
It looked like it would be tough going for Everton after West Brom's Simone Pepe scored the first goal, but a nice through ball played to Rob Reddy in the box allowed him to equalize with a close range finish. Manolo Gabbiadini took the lead by converting a penalty. After Grzegorz Krychowiak had to leave the pitch due to injury and Everton were reduced to 10 men, it looked like their scoring opportunities had vanished, but Manolo Gabbiadini added a second goal in stoppage time by being fed a ball through West Brom's defense and scoring the easy chance.
Player of the Match: Gianluca Caprari (Everton)
Injury Update: Thankfully, the injury suffered by Krychowiak was only a thigh strain and he will miss 2 weeks.

August 31: There's a rumor that manager Nathan Limior is looking into taking on Numancia as a feeder team.

Transfer Window: It closed without any activity from Everton, although they were looking into signing Robin van Persie. Unfortunately, the deal fell through.


- Luca Garritano from Genoa for 4.9 million.
- Everton have secured a work permit for Ademir and they have signed him for 1.2 million. He will join the team in August 2018.

- Benjamin Mendy loaned to Stade Rennais for the rest of the season.

Premier League Table

With a game in hand, we're in great shape early.

September 2016

September 2: Rob Reddy suffered a pulled hamstring while on international duty for Ireland and will miss 3 weeks.

Chelsea 4 - 1 Everton
Mattia Perin's poor play allowed Chelsea to have the goal at their mercy, and Everton's poor finishing didn't help.
Player of the Match: Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa (Chelsea)

September 15: Everton announced a link to Spanish Liga Adelante club Numancia. South American players will be sent there to get Spanish citizenship.

Arsenal 2 - 2 Everton
Arsenal scored three goals today, unfortunately Jack Wilshere's brilliant performance with a brace was negated by Darijo Srna's rather terrible header into his own net while attempting to defend an Everton corner kick, giving Everton the shock draw.
Player of the Match: Jack Wilshere (Arsenal)

Everton 2 - 3 Stoke
A very entertaining game, Yoo Hoon had a hat trick, including a penalty, and Fininho had an amazing goal where he ran from midfield to close range. Manolo Gabbiadini also had a goal on a free kick when Fininho attempted to make a header on the ball but he missed and it went into the goal anyway.
Player of the Match: Yoo Hoon
Press Conference: Nathan Limior was fined 5,000 pounds for criticizing the penalty given to Stoke during the match.

Everton 2 - 2 Ipswich
Ipswich were allowed numerous shots on target and made Everton pay. First, Adam Cresswell scored on a free kick. Fininho equalized for Everton. Peter Crouch was allowed lots of space and took the lead again. Senne Schoeters equalized by heading in a free kick.
Player of the Match: Inigo Martinez (Everton)


- Everton have secured a work permit for Adilson Jose and he has been signed for 700,000. The transfer will go through August 2017.


Premier League Table

Our goalscoring record is second only to Manchester City, but we're letting in way too many goals. Hopefully this reduces when the team gets to gel together.

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