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    Quote Originally Posted by Various Artist View Post
    Speaking of selling players, I've had a rare glance at the Xpert Ladies transfer market, after my League Log notified me that one of Viking South Utsira's divisionmates has signed a 30/18 MF for just 3m econs – one distressing side-effect of having reached an 'official' Division 1 (or, in Viking North Utsire's case, the top flight) is that we find ourselves surrounded by teams full of players with so many skillbars they're actually hard to count. Seeing this cut-price behemoth arrive as a consequence of how the unique Xpert Ladies transfer market looks in midseason, I decided to see what similar bargains might be up for sale right now, just for curiosity's sake.

    Restricting the search parameters to players of 15+ skillbars, the following results show up. It's fair to say that a 'mixed' assortment of budgets are catered for:

    Nice one VA - I've just bid on Lotta Fröling......

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    Quote Originally Posted by jdsx View Post
    Had this for one of my Four Candles (OTF) players this morning...."X has been widely reported as having dated notorious porn stars Lottie Cummings and Cher Seaman in recent weeks. While this has been fun for him, he is now finding that it is suddenly very hard to pull, as girls see him as a cheap playboy and are concerned about catching something. As a result, his ego is suffering, and his form dips as a result."
    Really?

    I think (hope) you can complain to the Admin team if you receive one of these you consider offensive. I understand they will cull them. It's the women's names that are the worst part.

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    Could you sack me now the Heineken League new season's up and running please Sean?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gawpus View Post
    Could you sack me now the Heineken League new season's up and running please Sean?
    Absolutely. I meant to do it when I updated. Thanks for stepping in btw.

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    Thank you Mr Shed. And no problem, anytime.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sits on 24th April 2014 View Post
    Huge dilemma in the Heineken. Just received an amazing youth talent: 19/6 midfielder, Headers, Speed, Free Kicks, Excellent compatibility. He's worth 8.4m and just what we needed.

    BUT there are ten games left and his DV is 3. I want to play him every game and train him to the max but have to ask myself if I would settle for him as a 20/6.
    He didn't jump, and was in fact always behind the eight ball Skill-wise. But Zemir Makarovic has been as much of a gem for Gloucester Old Spots as I hoped four years ago. As a 36/13 (that's as high as his bars ever got) and after 17 seasons, he's announced this will be his last. He'll be mainly benched now as the Spots hope to bed in a new 17-year-old to the midfield bloc.

    Zemir has always been an all-rounder (not in the Jester sense) combining goals and assists such that all his seasonal awards bar one have been for points. But 109 goals and 67 assists, from a princely 343 games, has been a priceless contribution.

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    If any of you have spare quota we need one vacancy filled in the Human League - final friendly on the 16th. You would be very welcome.

    Link http://www.xperteleven.com/?lid=368294

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vicarious Thrillseeker View Post
    Nice one VA - I've just bid on Lotta Fröling......
    I thought that was one of the 'porn stars' for a moment there... Anyway, glad to be of service VT, did you get her?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Various Artist View Post
    I thought that was one of the 'porn stars' for a moment there... Anyway, glad to be of service VT, did you get her?
    Yes - for 595k

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    I'm through to round two of the MLX cup, these things never happen.

    In the Xpert Ladies I've picked up a 17/4 striker with some special qualities that I've forgotten for 80k ish, she arrived with a development value of 8. I've also bid 47k for an experienced defender, there are some bargains to be had if your squad has got decent development values and some space.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vicarious Thrillseeker View Post
    Yes - for 595k
    Great stuff, that was serendipitous then that I posted that random thing about the transfer market above!


    Been meaning to ask here, having only noticed it the other day – has anyone else twigged what VT's latest renaming of his MLX side to Teulu Goleudy actually means? I thought it was a superb bit of under-the-radar smuggling.

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    X11 Ladies Matchday 9 report.


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    Division 1a
    
    Eternal Wars 		0 - 1	Viking South Utsira
    				H.Hovland 87'
    
    
    Division 4i
    
    Kongo BK 		3 - 0	Coxy Ladies Wulpen
    
    Q.P.R Ladies 		1 - 2	Drakaina
    Pander 12'			Petit 51'
    				Barry 65'
    
    
    Division 5:16
    
    Renegades Ladies 	1 - 3	Erbil
    Sheppard 60'			James 22'
    				Bullock 39'
    				Granå 62'
    
    
    
    Division 5:20
    
    Sockford Emollient	2 - 0	Luculenus LFC
    Batistuta 14'
    Conrad 70'
    
    
    Division 5:21
    
    Glada Märsta Ladies 	0 - 3	Kanjeng Ratu Kidul WFC
    				Prins 26', 40'
    				Azeite 29'
    
    Mawenzi 		4 - 0	Solent Sirens
    Yadav 32', 78'
    Prokas 60'
    Kale (pen) 84'
    
    
    Division 5:28
    
    Juventus Ladies F.C. 	0 - 0	Menywod Maeshafn
    
    
    Division 5:31
    
    Csiki Girls		3 - 1	S Team
    McInns 21'			Mota 72'
    Igreja 28'
    Granheim 91'
    
    
    Division 6:33
    
    LNWR Locomotive		1 - 0	Sunhilla Ladies FC
    Ryman 60'
    
    
    Division 6:36
    
    Ullapool Northern Star	4 - 0	Special Ladies
    Barkho 16', 72'
    Mair 33'
    Steck 56'
    
    
    Division 6:39
    
    MSV Duisburg Damen 	2 - 0	Invisible Ladies
    Linné 20'
    Galanopoulos 36'
    
    
    Division 6:40
    
    Marselle 		2 - 1	Witches of Chiswick
    Mäki 33'			Matzuoka 81'
    Gros 46'
    
    
    Division 6:53
    
    MONTPELLIER HERAULT S C	2 - 0	GGW FC
    Vialle 40'
    Bourgeat 48'
    
    Zeugma Dostluk Spor	3 - 1	FC Unicorn
    Sales 5'			Rothman 16'
    Raquel Pedroso 45'
    Forsyth 58'
    
    
    Division 6:56
    
    Secunda FC 		2 - 0	Dublin City WFC
    Ward 48'
    Drinkova 52'
    A trip to the unbeaten league leaders is either daunting or a challenge to be embraced. Whatever the attitude of the team, that was the task that faced Viking South Utsira when they travelled to the DevilGod stadium to face Eternal Wars.
    The hosts were not top by chance, they have a really strong team, but it was The Blood Eagles who took the game by the scruff of the neck. Velvet Android’s girls shaded the first half without scoring, and looked like they were going the same way in a more dominant second period up until they broke through in the 87th minute. The goal was a family affair, Kristin Hovland centring for sister Heidi to head home.
    And with that, the Division 1a promotion race became extremely tight. Eternal Wars slipped from top to second and whilst VSU remain third they are now within striking distance of both the play-off and automatic promotion spots. And are also the team in form in the chase.

    Free-falling Coxy Ladies Wulpen were not at the most promising venue to turn around an alarming slump in form as they travelled to leaders Kongo BK.
    Early goals for Kongo on 11 and 20 minutes had them two ahead and prompted Waders manager Janik to flounce from the stadium. He missed his side battling on gamely, but not making any inroads. Kongo added a third from the spot in stoppage time to seal the deal.
    Elsewhere in the same section Drakaina were at Loftus Road to take on struggling Q.P.R Ladies.
    The Hoops went ahead in the 12 minutes, and when they fired they ball past San van Nistelrooij again just four minutes later we had the sight of another manager leaving in high dudgeon, Etienne not even sticking around to check whether referee Ann Onym had any problems with this second goal.
    If he had remained he would have found that she did, and that The Dragons remained within scorching distance of their hosts. It was something they took advantage of as a first half in which Drakaina had had more of the ball but slightly less of the chances turned into a second-half Greek onslaught. One that was swiftly rewarded with an equaliser for Sandrine Petit on 51 minutes and then a go-ahead goal by Susanna Barry on 65.
    That would be all Drakaina would score, but also all they needed as they retained their second spot in the Division 4i table, behind Kongo on goal difference. Wulpen, meanwhile, stay fifth, two points ahead of QPR. The OTF sides meet for the second time this season next week.

    Erbil were on the road to a somewhat confusing opponent in Renegades Ladies, who combined a Heavy Metal flavoured kit with an unnecessarily overtly feminine stadium name in The Beauty Parlour. I give that 2/10 overall.
    The teams were separated by just goal difference at the start of play, but the game didn’t look like two nearly identical sides as Erbil dominated. Mellissa James headed an opener for Jdsx’s side on 22 minutes and then turned provider when she crossed for Sharyn Bullock to double the advantage six minutes before the break.
    Renegades pulled one back on the hour mark, very much against the run of play, but it didn’t take long for Erbil to re-establish their control, James’ corner two minutes later being headed home by Sabina Granå. That was just Granå’s second ever goal in pushing 200 career appearances, all for Erbil (or at least at this franchise).
    Victory kept Erbil third in Division 5:16, a point off the play-offs and now just four adrift of the leaders who were held to a draw this week.

    Some recent struggles made Sockford Emollient’s match with bottom-of-the-table Luculenus LFC feel like a must-win one for The Gatorsharks.
    The same was also true of their opponents, more so in fact, but it was Emollient who struck first when Alexia Batistuta raced clear to open the scoring after 14 minutes. Batistuta thought she had made it two seconds after the interval, only to be denied by referee Manuel Ficu’s whistle. This merely delayed the clincher for Foxy265’s girls, which eventually arrived on 70 minutes, Maci Conrad heading home.
    The win lifts the Framleyshire outfit out of the Division 5:20 relegation zone. But only just, as they now sit fifth, and only by goal difference.

    Kanjeng Ratu Kidul WFC would have expected to beat basement dwellers Glada Märsta Ladies despite the match being on the road.
    SeanoftheShed’s charges had an early scare when Glada Märsta had the ball in their net in the 8th minute, only for ref Warren Peace to rule it out. Spurred on by a determination not to suffer the same worry, The Sea Spirits netted a three goal burst in the latter part of the opening half. Cindy Prins nodded the first on 26 minutes, Leila Azeite doubled the lead three minutes later and Prins added a near identical effort to her opener with 40 on the clock.
    With that the game was won, and the second-half turned into a chanceless non-event.
    The opposite challenge faced Solent Sirens as they were tasked with getting something at leaders Mawenzi.
    Solent put in a battling defensive performance, holding Mawzeni for the opening half-hour. At that point the main home striker suffered a horror injury. That could have put her side off, but instead the sub who came on scored two minutes later.
    The Sirens kept trying, but were trying and conceded again on the hour and after 78 minutes. One more was added in the last ten from the spot, which was rather unfair on the effort put in by Andrew7610’s side.
    The result meant few changes in the Division 5:21 table. Kanjeng did climb a place to second (on goal difference) after the previous holders of that spot, Red Dead Heads, suffered a surprise defeat. They trail Mawzeni by five points, whilst at the other end of the table Solent are sixth, five points adrift of Flick of the Wrist and safety.

    Menywod Maeshafn had lifted themselves to level on points with the Division 5:28 leaders prior to their visit to a Juventus Ladies F.C. who propped up the table.
    Juve are not a useless side though, and in true Old Lady tradition were pretty tight defensively. With Maeshafn also being far from free-scoring, that did raise the possibility of a rather dull occasion. And so it proved, IsThatcherDeadYet’s girls making most of the running there was, which in truth wasn’t all that much. Just three shots in fact, none of them scoring.
    The draw saw Maeshafn fall two points back from 5:28’s leading pair, though they do remain third in the standings. The blank scoreline also left the Welsh side with both the meanest defence and least potent attack in their section!

    We move on to Csiki Girls hoping for more excitement. They were taking on S Team as they looked to keep the pressure up on the one side above them.
    The first meeting of the sides a few weeks ago wasn’t a hopeful harbinger as it had finished goalless, but digging into more detail shows Csiki Girls created enough that day to have scored a couple but were just lacking a radar on their shots. They sorted that out within the opening half-hour of this one, Saoirse McInns firing home on 21 minutes and Carlota Igreja bursting through for a second after 28.
    The visitors had a fair amount of possession but few chances. They did give Csiki’s manager ad hoc a few nervous minutes by pulling one back against the run of play after 72 minutes, the match remaining in the balance until Elly Granheim headed a third in stoppage time.
    Victory kept Csiki Girls hot on the heels of Division 5:31 leaders Cowgirls IF. The A kertem are a point adrift, but have a goal difference that is +5 superior. They are also comfortably the Divisional top scorers, their 15 in 9 games being well ahead of the next best of 11. It’s a pretty drab section, really. The gap from The Csiki’s back to third is a handy five points.

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    LNWR Locomotive are something of a runaway train at the moment [how come I’ve not sued that one before?!?]. The latest side to try and halt this enormous momentum were Sunhilla Ladies FC.
    The Mollington Street visitors actually did a fairly good job of this, giving up possession to The Steamers but also staying tight at the back and occasionally catching Viktor Boskovic’s side on the counter. They actually had four chances to Locomotive’s two in the match, but at times on X11 a side heading towards promotion takes on a certain relentlessness and that was the case here as LNWR’s second and final shot of the day, a Lisa Ryman effort from a corner on the hour, found its way home for the game’s only goal. It was The Steamers sixth successive league win.
    It would prove to be a bittersweet afternoon for Ryman as she suffered a 14-day injury late on, which is the sort of injury that is hard for a 35 year-old veteran to come back from. The Steamers will need her for the Division 6:33 run-in though, as whilst their lead over second-placed Stoke City Ladies is handy, at five points with five to play it is far from decisive.

    Rising Ullapool Northern Star took on Special Ladies, who came into the game seeming pretty second-rate as they were without a point to their name this season.
    Northern Star made short work of their substandard opponents, rattling in four unanswered goals. Zebela Barkho got the opener from a worked free-kick routine on 16 minutes, before Mary-Leslie Mair made it two with a long range strike on 33. That was a first career goal for Mair, coming on her senior debut. Mair is a late developer, only making her breakthrough in the professional game aged 20, but a good one as she arrives to the senior ranks already operating at a grade 6 level. She looks like a highly promising prospect for the Ross and Cromarty outfit.
    Delicatemoth’s side kept the intensity up after the break, adding further strikes by Beatrice Steck (header) on 56 minutes and a second of the day for Barkho (from distance) on 72. The win lifted Ullapool up to third in the Division 6:36 standings, level on points with second-placed Arsenal LFC. The leaders are long gone.

    It seems this was a week with many tough assignments for OTF teams, and that number included Invisible Ladies who travelled to (then) Division 6:39 leaders MSV Duisburg Damen.
    The See-Throughs were on the back foot for most of the match, and though they did create a couple of chances of their own a tough struggle became a forlorn one when Duisburg struck twice in the first half.
    Pebblethefish’s side should probably be happy that they kept it to just two, which was enough to displace their opponents from top spot on goal difference. However with the four sides ahead of Invisible at the start of play all winning, it does leave The See-Throughs probably too far back to realistically contemplate getting into this season’s promotion race. They stay fifth, but are now seven points adrift of the top three, and six behind fourth.

    Week 9 brought a vital game in the chase for the Division 6:40 play-off spot as Witches of Chiswick travelled to Marselle.
    The Bewitched were just a point adrift of their hosts at the start of play and with a better goal difference so were looking for a win to jump ahead of possibly a draw to stay within touching distance. However things didn’t go to plan for Wiblflibl’s side as Marselle put in a good first half that was capped by a direct free-kick strike on 33 minutes to give them a deserved half-time lead.
    When that advantage was doubled seconds after the restart, Chiswick had a mountain to climb. They began to ascend when Tomiko Matzuoka burst through to pull one back on 81 minutes, but ultimately ran out of light and had to abandon the attempt.
    The unconquered peak had consequences as The Bewitched now find themselves four points adrift of the play-off spot and eight behind the leaders. Improving on the current third place will be difficult.
    Also a note from elsewhere in this Division:- one of the games produced the highest combined score I’ve ever seen on X11 as Zenit Odenplan Ladies won 7-5 at AC Gemelas 1903. I think the Zenit bosses response is valid.

    Building up the bank account remains the priority for GGW FC ahead of their rebrand to something more wholesome.
    They are improving though as SouthdownRebel’s influence rubs off despite himself. Second-placed MONTPELLIER HERAULT S C definitely found them hard to break down. It took until the 40th minute for the hosts to score. They added another early in the second-half which sealed the points, but that was it for entries on the scoresheet. And all that despite GGW having just 31% possession in the game.
    Elsewhere in the same section something rather more dynamic was expected of Zeugma Dostluk Spor against FC Unicorn.
    Zeugma were looking to preserve their status as league leaders, and took the lead 5 minutes in when Juliana Sales struck. However Unicorn responded in the 16th minute and that was how the score remained until Ana Raquel Pedroso put Antepli Ejderha’s side in front on the stroke of half-time.
    Raquel Pedroso’s goal came after a corner had caused confusion in the Unicorn box, and the same route provided the killer third on 58 minutes, Rachel Forsyth the player to profit this time from hesitation in the away defence.
    There was no change at all in the Division 6:53 table after this round of matches. That means Zeugma stay top, five points clear of MONTPELLIER, and now 13 ahead of third after the team holding that spot lots. Zeugma also remain 100% in the league this season. GGW, meanwhile, stay seventh, two points ahead of the only side below them.

    Dublin City WFC also boasted a 100% record ahead of their visit to struggling Secunda FC.
    Unfortunately it looks like boss Mortal Joe was unable to make this game and also not able to get his tactical instructions across to his side in time. That left the Dublin girls organising themselves. 11 of them made the trip, and they were doing alright up until Coral Batty suffered a 26-day horror injury on 33 minutes.
    Clearly Batty was unable to keep playing, leaving Dublin planless and down to ten. The inevitable happened as the hosts struck twice to consign the 100% start to history. Pity.
    Hopefully the defeat won’t prove too costly, as despite it Dublin are still seven points clear of Division 6:56’s chasing pack. As long as to much momentum hasn’t been lost, this should just be a blip. Losing Batty for weeks will also hurt though, and it’s vital to get back to winning ways straightaway in their next game against Black Widow.

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    The X11 Ladies Cup, Round 6.


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    Viking South Utsira	0 - 0	Babuskare
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    Viking win 7-6 on pens
    Viking South Utsira were looking to take their flying form in the league into the Cup when they faced Division 3 outfit Babuskare.
    As a side pushing for promotion to the top flight, The Blood Eagles are definite dark horses for the whole shebang. However this would prove a tough test of their credentials. They shaded territory and chances throughout the match, but only shaded; it was pretty even really.
    There was a major scare for the travelling Norwegian horde when Babuskare had the ball in the net on 68 minutes until ref Hans Grüber rode to the rescue. That kept the match scoreless, which was how it stayed through 90 minutes and then extra-time. A penalty shoot out to decide things then.
    Viking were taking first, and were swiftly in the driving seat when Magda Fevereiro’s opener was not matched by Babuskare’s first taker. Lurdes Quental, Moa Jönsson and Loba Deparvada all converted to have Velvet Android’s side on the brink of progress at 4-2. Could Julie Alme save the fourth Babuskare effort? No. OK, it’s down to Asta Austrheim to fire her side through. Except she can’t do it. Right, another chance for Alme to spare her blushes... No! *gulp*
    Now we were on to sudden death, and those takers who hadn’t stepped forward when the bosses asked “Who wants to take one”. The first reluctant striker was Birgit Austrheim, which raised the spectre of one family being entirely to blame... until she scored. Babuskare responded, as they also did following Bergljot Kvalvik’s seventh kick. Britta Klovning converted the eighth to take the score to 7-6, at which point Alme found herself facing her opposite number, Pia Piittala. Alme may be getting expelled from the Goalkeepers Union as she saved her colleagues effort to send Utsira through. *phew*
    Having scraped to survival, VSU will be looking to make the most of it when they take on St.Hallvards IF of Division 4k in the last 16.


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    Viking South Utsira	vs	St.Hallvards IF (4k)

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    Haha, as ever Janik I'm indebted to you for letting me know who I'm playing in the next round. I know St.Hallvards' name very well but don't think we've ever met. Purely based on their current league position it sounds an easier draw than we might have had, but I'll reserve judgement until after I've had a look at them...

    Yes, that shootout was nerve-wracking in the extreme. I was convinced each of our last few takers were going to miss; they had the superior goalie by three skillbars, I think, so the fact that she herself missed the crucial kick was extra cathartic.

    In theory, it should never have reached that point. You might notice Manuças Fudida did not play as she's dreadfully out of form – we have no money whatsoever to deal with the ongoing red-arrow crisis across the squad so the veterans are falling by the wayside a little. (Arguably we'd be better off had we gone out of the Cup, instead of struggling on fighting on two fronts for at least another week.) Nevertheless I'd set up my subs such that she would come on at the end of extra time to take a penalty if required – so imagine my bafflement and horror when the substitution did not take place. If I remember our current order of preference, she'd have taken the second pen, after Magda Fevereiro, and if she'd scored then all else being equal we'd have won it with our regulation five kicks: Asta, who missed, would've only been the sixth in line. Mercifully though my completely untested seventh-, eighth- and ninth-choice takers came through in the clinch!


    The league win at Eternal Wars last Tuesday was one of our finest performances, so that was really satisfying. Alas I didn't get to 'experience' it fully, as I'd only set tactics just before the game then unthinkingly went to have a look at what our current run of results was... not noticing that by the time I clicked onto our Matches page it was 15 or 20 seconds past 4:30pm, so the result had already been simulated and added to the top of the list. So the emotional rollercoaster lasted only as long as it took me to clock it and blurt out, "Bloody hell, we won!". It's certainly left the table in a very interesting state as we enter the last month of the season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Janik View Post
    That was just Granå’s second ever goal in pushing 200 career appearances
    Thanks Janik, I hadn't even spotted that...makes you wonder what her lightbulb and hardshot SQs have done for her in all that time.....!

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    My 31/12 defender arrived for 47k with 7 development value already, I think this late season transfer dabble could become a habit but I'll leave it at two this time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Antepli Ejderha View Post
    My 31/12 defender arrived for 47k with 7 development value already, I think this late season transfer dabble could become a habit but I'll leave it at two this time.
    She's a 31/13 AE.....looks like a bargain!

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    She's a 31/13 AE.....looks like a bargain!
    Really? She played 90 minutes today and gained no development value but had a solid game. My other signing gained 1 DV. I'm now 10 from 10 so they'll both hopefully get 4 games plus friendlies before the season ends.

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