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 Subject: Manager of the Month August 2011.
« Posted on: Thu 15th Sep 2011 at 10:59 PM »

Olympic Milan manager Richard Gubby has been named the Division 1 Manager of the Month for August.

Gubby's side took 12 points during the month, beating leaders The Incredibles FC along the way, to climb into the thick of the title race. “If we keep playing like we have over recent weeks then we will have put ourselves into a great position for the title, but there are some massive games coming up for us.” he told OFLM Radio.

Second place went to Ben Walker after Perfect City ended the month unbeaten. City started the month with draws with Scrutlington Rovers and The Incredibles FC before progressing to another OFLM Cup Semi-Final with a 5-3 win over Mostly Harmless before rounding off the league program with victories over Red Star Spartak and Real Revolution.

Third place was awarded to Milo Dunne mainly for his teams amazing performance in dumping Scrutlington Rovers out of the OFLM Cup to reach their first Semi-Final since Season 4! The Hitman Uprising won two of their four league matches and now sit 10th in the table, probably safe in the Division.

Richard Gubby (Olympic Milan) 130
Ben Walker (Perfect City) 97
Milo Dunne (The Hitman Uprising) 55

Andy Docherty (Anfield Ducks) 49
Emyr ap Siôn (Sloths Celtic) 47
Darren Wallis (Lorne Rangers) 22
Richard Mortimer (FC Palace) 21
Matt Peters (FC West Leigh) 15
Dan James (Tower of Revolution) 15
Mark Griffiths (The Incredibles FC) 14
Adrian Burke (Red Star Spartak) 8
Simon Hallows (Stockport Borough) -3
Colin Hammerton (Wyndamvale Wombats) -11
Pablo McIntyre (Scrutlington Rovers) -16
Michael Lippett (Real Revolution) -24
Ceri Griffiths (The Furry Chequebooks) -55

Breffni Blues manager Kenneth Dobbinson, has been named Division 2 Manager of the Month for August. Dobbinson’s men took valuable points in their battle to remain in Division 2. The Blues started the month with a famous 5-1 victory over league leaders The Dublin Dominators, with D_Graham scoring all five goals and also beat promotion challengers Stratton Revolution. Blues ended the month in 10th place.

Second place went to Stewart Stansfield who guided Falkirk Hotspur to an unbeaten month. They won three and drew one match during the month including a 2-1 win over Stratton Revolution, ending the month in 9th place, probably safe from relegation and maybe too far behind the play-off places.

Third place went to Mark McConnell. The Dublin Dominators maintained their first place in the Division, but started the month with a shock 5-1 thrashing to Breffni Blues. Wins over PSV Rangers and Mostly Harmless followed with a scoreless draw with Goalpost FC to end the month. Dominators are four points clear at the top.

Kenneth Dobbinson (Breffni Blues) 54
Stewart Stanfield (Falkirk Hotspur) 48
Mark McConnell (The Dublin Dominators) 44

Stefan Carey (Goalpost FC) 42
Chris Conway (Cornish Revolution) 31
Johnny Walker (Dukla Pumpherston ST) 26
Robert Green (The Dark Lords) 21
Stuart Williams (The Dark Lords) 21
Cliff Coates (PSV Rangers) 9
Mark Arthurs (Brothers Revolution) 8
Marc Congdon (Stratton Revolution) 8
Ethan John (Dubai Desert FC) 4
Luke Sefton (Los Gringos) 2
Sam Brown (AC Coolios) -9
Pete Cross (Leicester Lightning) -11
Michael Bonard (Mostly Harmless) -23
Colin Skinner (Lewes Fireflies) -32

Hebden Bridge Aliens boss Joe English has won the Division 3 Manager of the Month award for August. His side maintain their push for promotion with three wins and a draw from their four matches, including a 5-0 win at promotional rivals Villa Stripes AFC.

Second place was awarded to Geoffrey Hawes who guided Sporting Aldershot to two victories and a draw in their four matches, their best run of form this season and gives them a chance of avoiding relegation. Aldershot ended the month out of the relegation places following their 4-1 victory over Dublin TNT Dynamite.

Emlyn Brennan and Graham Hewitt ended the month on 22 points. Third place went to Brennan based on the fact that Dublin TNT Dynamites won more games. Three wins and defeat to Sporting Aldershot saw Dynamites end the month to of the pile.

Joe English (Hebden Bridge Aliens) 27
Geoffrey Hawes (Sporting Aldershot) 23
Emlyn Brennan (Dublin TNT Dynamite) 22

Graham Hewitt (The Toto Project) 22
Gwilym John (AC Valladolid) 20
Chic Soutar (Fair City Swifts) 20
Jason Franklin (Seven Sisters FC) 19
James Walker (Barton Revolution) 15
Jonathan Smith (VS Khorosho) 10
Graham Debenham (Auckland Utd) 2
Rich Edmunds (Liberty City) -6
Simon Cullen (Deportivo Azrael) -10
Matthew White (Villa Stripes AFC) -14
Ray Wallace (Aero Galaxy) -16
Paul Rice (De Oranje Leger) -25
Steve McQueen (FC Vikings) -28

Division 4 Manager of the Month went to Mike Rees of Barry Bears FC. The Bears were unbeaten during the month, winning three matches and drawing 2-2 with Thames Water Works FC.

Second place went to Tom Maitland-Evans who guided Aussie Built AFC to for wins from four matches without conceding a goal.

Third place was awarded to Damien Murray who guided Blackheath Bulldogs to three wins from their four league matches.

Mike Rees (Barry Bears FC) 21
Tom Maitland-Evans (Aussie Built AFC) 11
Damien Murray (Blackheath Bulldogs) 7

Gary Horne (Kincardine Loyal) 5
Kevin Yau (Dragon Revolution) 4
Luke Richards (WBA Baracus) 4
David Hanna (Thames Water Works FC) 2
Matthew Myatt (Tolstoy Dynamo) 2
Chris Pritchard (Tassie Tigers) 1
Guy Walsh (Christchurch TEC) 1
Derek Purvis (Tweedside Satans FC) -1
Tony Jones (Radford Love Rockets) -2
James Ling (Hawker FC) -2
Rob Newman (Gods of Vengeance) -4
Jason Watson-Smith (Hawker FC) -5
Karl Watts (Athletico Baghdad) -12

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 Subject: Season 12 Week 23 Round-up.
« Posted on: Thu 15th Sep 2011 at 10:06 PM »

As we approach the end of Season 12, it seems that The Furry Chequebooks will be the first team relegated! It could happen next week if they fail to win and Wyndamvale Wombats claim more than a point! Oh, the shame!

Manager News:
Graham Hewitt has resigned from his position as manager of The Toto Project. The Toto Project will now be looking for another manager.

Hawker FC chairman, John Dyer, has announced that James Long's job as manager is under-threat should he fail to submit a team selection next week.

This weeks errors:
Christchurch TEC - Condition type missing after IF in line 4 of your sub commands. £100k please! You wrote CHANGEPOS 6 DM IF MIN = 85 >= 1, I think you are missing a SCORE in there.

Pools News:
There were FOUR draws in this week's League Matches. TWO managers guessed correctly, congratulations to Mike Rees (bbf) & Derek Purvis(twe), you've each won £500,000.

Televised Matches:
Last weeks live match was between Stratton Revolution vs Dukla Pumpherston ST with highlights of The Hitman Uprising vs The Incredibles FC and Anfield Ducks vs Olympic Milan.

Season 12 Week 24 live match will feature Aussie Built AFC vs Dragon Revolution with highlights of FC West Leigh vs Anfield Ducks and The Dark Lords vs Stratton Revolution.

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 Subject: Pablo McIntyre handed two-match touchline ban.
« Posted on: Thu 15th Sep 2011 at 1:35 PM »

Scrutlington Rovers boss Pablo McIntyre has been handed two-match ban from the OFLM Appeals Panel for fielding a weakened side resulting in last weeks trashing at the hands of The Hitman Uprising and generally not putting the best interest of the club forwards with his recent team selection. A caretaker will be allocated and submit teams on McIntyres behalf for Week 23 and Week 24.

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 Subject: Supporters protest at Scrutlington.
« Posted on: Sat 10th Sep 2011 at 4:04 PM »

Scrutlington Rovers supporters gathred outside the training ground today to protest against Pablo McIntyre's poor running of club affairs.

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