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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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A few annoying results but still holding down a Champions League spot, nice signings! :)

February 2018

Everton 0 - 0 Arsenal
Arsenal's 45.5 million pound man Neymar didn't fare too well in his debut for Arsenal, as their attack was well shut down, and he almost cost Arsenal the game by conceding the free kick that led to a disallowed Everton goal. Arsenal did well in defense, preventing Everton from breaking through despite knocking on the door all game long.
Player of the Match: Rafael Rivas (Everton)
Injury Update: Nur Yagiz tore his hamstring and will be out 2-3 months, another unfortunate blow along with the loss of Lamela.
In addition, manager Nathan Limior will serve a touchline ban for criticizing the referees in the post-match presser. If it worked for Jurgen Klinsmann...

Wigan 1 - 4 Everton
We played with 10 men much of the match, and 9 at the end due to the touchline ban bug preventing my assistant manager from being able to sub, but it didn't matter. Senne Schoeters put in a brace and Wigan played like crap.
Player of the Match: George Green (Everton)

Fulham 2 - 1 Everton
An ugly game, with Everton and Fulham each being the beneficiary of dumb mistakes.
Player of the Match: Nicklas Bendtner (Fulham)

FA Cup Fourth Round Replay
Everton 3 - 0 Carlisle
Despite Mike O'Callaghans rough play and being double booked in 22 minutes, Everton had tight control of the match, even if it was close for most of the match. Viktor Fischer took a cross from Richard Galim for the first score. Shun Kawai was the supersub, scoring a brace, the first when Baby fed Kawai a nice ball into the box, the second when the ball was tackled from Richard Galim and it fell to him for the easy goal.
Player of the Match: Shun Kawai (Everton)

FA Cup Fifth Round
Brentford 1 - 0 Everton
I hate this game sometimes. No matter how well you set things up, an occasional failure is inevitable.
Player of the Match: Toumani Diagouraga (Brentford)




Premier League Table

We're running out of leeway if we want to go for a Champions League spot. We absolutely need to play better.
Great results so far, keep it up, you're so so close to getting that 4th spot and CL football!
Spurs won the League Cup <3

Slightly disappointing month though.
Impressive results, (forgetting Brentford, of course ;) ),keep it up! Take that, Neymar! :P

March 2018

Everton 4 - 1 Manchester United
It looked like Everton's struggles would continue as Alvaro Vadillo poached his own rebound to give Manchester United the lead. George Green equalized with a nicely placed shot and the teams would go into the half equal. However, the lights clicked on for Everton and Manolo Gabbiadini took the lead for Everton with a powerful finish from the top of the box. Shun Kawai took his manager's compliments to heart and scored a crucial brace to put the game out of reach, the first with a low laser blast finish and the second when the goalkeeper, Paco, hung a beautiful high ball up for him, Jonny Evans missed the interception, and Kawai had a free run to goal, and didn't fail to make Manchester United pay for their mistake.
Player of the Match: Shun Kawai (Everton)

Reading 1 - 5 Everton
Reading drew first blood after Keiichi Sakamoto conceded a questionable penalty call, but after that, it was the Everton show, as the team's incredible display of passing dazzled Reading and got its players into scoring positions, which they capitalized on an amazing five times.
Player of the Match: Nicusor Stanciu (Everton)

Everton 4 - 0 Norwich
Manolo Gabbiadini reasserted himself today, picking up a brace, including a penalty. Norwich tried to control the match by fouling, but it backfired.
Player of the Match: Manolo Gabbiadini (Everton)

Derby 4 - 1 Everton
We played like rubbish and Derby kept taking advantage of the space we were giving them on the edges.
Player of the Match: Michael Jacobs (Derby)

Everton 2 - 1 West Ham
Despite Everton's superiority, the teams were only seperated when West Ham's goalkeeper came out for a ball, giving Popo the space to fire a powerful shot from outside the box accurately into the goal.
Player of the Match: Rafael Rivas (Everton)




Premier League Table

Other than the Derby result, we're doing very well for ourselves and are in third with a game in hand over Tottenham. The margin for error is very slim, so we must keep winning.
Barclays Young Player of the Month: Popo
Barclays Manager of the Month: Nathan Limior
You lose in random places lol :P

Great moth, Derby game excluded :)
Only you can destroy Man U and then get destroyed by Derby :P good month tho
Woah, high scoring month! :P Disappointing result against Derby but very solid elsewhere :D

April 2018

West Brom 2 - 0 Everton
An unlucky result as both teams didn't get many good chances but West Brom converted both of their shots on goal.
Player of the Match: Shane Long (West Brom)

Chelsea 0 - 1 Everton
Rafael Rivas was a rock for the Everton defense, but it was a team effort in ensuring Paco didn't have to fish any balls out of his net. Chelsea was solid on their back end, too, but Fininho finally broke through as a supersub, scoring a massive goal to steal the 3 points and stay in third place.
Player of the Match: Rafael Rivas (Everton)

Everton 0 - 2 Tottenham
A harsh defeat for Everton as the statistics suggest they won the game handily, but Hugo Lloris made many brilliant saves in order to nullify Everton's attack. Tottenham was looking to get ahead after Everton conceded a penalty, but Paco saved Marouane Fellaini's penalty. It didn't matter, as Abel Hernandez scored off a goal shortly after. Limior deployed three subs at once, but one, Mike O'Callaghan, tore his calf muscle and will miss 3-4 months, and in the short term leaving Everton one short. Still, they battled hard, but were no match for Tottenham. Gareth Bale scored late to put the game out of reach.
Player of the Match: Rafael Rivas (Everton)

Everton 2 - 0 Liverpool
Manolo Gabbiadini got Everton to a flyer with a goal on 2 minutes, and George Green doubled with a goal of his own. Everton dominated both sides of the pitch.
Player of the Match: Keiichi Sakamoto (Everton)

There are rumors that Erik Lamela has become a shell of his former self as a footballer since his return from a torn calf muscle. He has suffered another blow, breaking his ankle in a reserve match and missing 2-3 more months.




Premier League Table

We've qualified for Europa League next season, but obviously we want more, so we need to keep playing well for the last 3 games to qualify for the Champions League.
Young Player of the Month: Paride Lucaselli
You're doing brilliantly this season, hope you can get a UCL spot. And what has happened to Chelsea :/ !? Anyway, keep up the great updates!
Nice work on qualifying for Europe, especially since when you joined Everton were close to being relegated. Not that great of a month match-wise though.

May 2018

Manchester City 2 - 0 Everton
Everton battled hard, and accidental starter Pal Sortevik made many fine saves, but the Manchester City attack eventually proved too strong and Everton was too wasteful with their chances to make a game of it.
Player of the Match: Paride Lucaselli (Everton)

Stoke 2 - 1 Everton
Andy Wake scored the winning goal for Stoke in stoppage off a corner kick. Such is life.
Player of the Match: Andy Wake (Stoke)
Injury Update: Dentinho will miss the season finale due to strained knee ligaments.

Thankfully, Hull also lost to Manchester United 2-1, so even though we're tied for 4th, we're ahead on goals scored. We each have one game left. Against each other. At Goodison Park. Basically, a one game playoff for the last English Champions League spot. However, if neither team wins, Tottenham can take the 4th spot with a win.

Four of Everton's players have been called up for the 2018 World Cup. They are:
Japan: Keiichi Sakamoto and Shun Kawai
Denmark: Viktor Fischer
Italy: Manolo Gabbiadini

Everton 4 - 0 Hull
This was the capper we needed at the end of the season. At first, I thought we'd never break through, but I yelled at them enough at halftime and they came out playing the most creative and effective football i've seen over a 15 minute period, scoring goals every 2-3 minutes with perfectly placed long balls. Rob Reddy even scored a goal at a tight angle when a cross he was intending for the six yard box went into goal instead. A happy accident!
Player of the Match: Rob Reddy (Everton)




Premier League Table

We qualified for the Champions League! It'll be very interesting to test our squad against the best of the best across Europe, it'll be an exciting season!
Promoted: Ipswich, Bolton, Blackburn

End of Season Honors

FWA Footballer of the Month: Manolo Gabbiadini (Everton)
PFA Player of the Year: Sandro (Manchester United)
Golden Boot: Simon Cox (Hull), 27 goals, dethroning the champion the last two seasons, Manolo Gabbiadini, who finished 2nd with 26 goals
PFA Young Player of the Year: Shun Kawai (Everton), with Rafael Rivas (Everton) a close runner up and Neal Maupay (West Ham) third
Golden Glove: Wojciech Szczesny (Arsenal), giving up 17 goals
Manager of the Year: Jose Mourinho (Manchester United), with Nathan Limior (Everton) second and Steve Bruce (Hull) third
Team of the Year: Rafael Rivas and Manolo Gabbiadini are Everton's representatives on the team
Well Done on qualifying for the Champions League for next season, seems as like you are doing a fantastic job with them,

Could I ask to see the squad for Walsall and what league they are in :)

Good Luck for next season

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