Gro?deutscher Frei Presse
The Newspaper of the Gro?deutscher people
Saturday, 30th May 2009
UEFA Final tonight!
Article by Roland Sieger
Berlin - Tonight, the national teams of Angleter and the Reich will struggle at Berlin Olympiastadion with the goal of achieving victory at the first edition of the UEFA Championship. This night, thousands of fans of both teams will fill the stadium to support their teams in their path to glory and history.
Two days ago, I started an nswiki article about the UEFA 09. Visit it here: http://nswiki.net/index.php?title=UEFA_Championship_2009
PD. On other news related to NSwiki, I have been nominated to become a Sysop at nswiki ^.^
WEEK TWO RESULTS:
Abendville 1-1 Villa
Citium City 0-2 New Birmingham City
Marchioness' Park Richers 4-1 Mancunian Arabs
Union Energy Colstone 0-3 West Hamwich Albion
Zaarsten Forum 1-1 Sportpark Club '45
1. Marchioness' Park Richers GD 4 PTS 6
2. Villa GD 3 PTS 4
3. Abendville GD 2 PTS 4
4. West Hamwich Albion GD 2 PTS 3
5. New Birmingham City GD -1 PTS 3
6. Sportpark Club '45 GD 0 PTS 2
7. Zaarsten Forum GD 0 PTS 2
8. Citium City GD -2 PTS 1
9. Mancunian Arabs GD -3 PTS 1
10. Union Energy Colstone GD -5 PTS 0
With the return of the season imminent, Aesop Rocks contending teams - the Moseley Minpins and the Harborne Hatters - have been working hard to maintain fitness ahead of their important qualifying games in the UEFA Cup. With both teams in second place in their respective groups, they are both hoping to qualify for the knockout stages.
Moseley Minpins Manager, Paul Reid spoke to us earlier about his teams strategum for the upcoming matches and gave us an insight into what seems like a new Minpins side.
Well, as everyone knows, I brought in two new players in this break. The signing of Michael [Woolf] as our new Anchor midfielder is instrumental to the new formation I am using. We intend to use a 4-4-2 diamond formation, pushing up more in the attacking front whilst maintaing our strong defence. To help with this we have brought up a player from our youth team, Nick Blakely, who has proven himself as a strong, reliable central defender. With this formation, I am hoping that our strength upfront will be enough to take us through to the knockout stages.
This insight gives us an idea of what kind of football we are presuming to see in this second leg of the opening stages. The sides must go out attacking, ensuring that every opportunity is taken if they are to succeed in going all the way to the final. It is an interesting time in European Football at this time, we hope it lives up to it's expectations!
Fourth Period (Wed 19 Sep 2007)
Juventus 0-3 Dynamo Kiev
Kossaki 1-1 Angels
Sneuv 3-0 Hatters
Kendrevaria Utd. 1-0 Centurions
Linden Flood 1-2 Hertha BSC
Spartans 1-5 CSKA Moscow
Royal Triera 2-1 Minpins
Lazio 0-2 MustangsHighlights (Also: Groups post updated. From the this match and on, -2 penalties on your rolls will apply should you not roleplay!)
Shocking victory by Dynamo in Torino! The Ukrainian White-blues embarked on 'S.S. Victory' with a 0-3 defeat for the home team, Juventus, in its first defeat since the beginning of the league. The players and the few fans that had come over in N. Italiano all the way from the U.S.S.R. celebrated rabidly in Torino's streets following the match.
Kossaki and Angels found a draw today in Narew Centre, with both teams managing to score a goal. Things do not look good for Kossaki FC, which is continuously losing ground to Dynamo Kiev, and only with a lots of luck will it pass to the next phase of the Champions League, with only two matches left ahead of them.
Sneuv Svansk continued its magnificent victory streak at its home grounds today, with a stunning 3-0 victory over the visiting Hatters. This was the first defeat of the Aesop Rockian team, which finds itself threatened by a determined Kendrevaria United.
'KU' scored its first victory against the Centurions today, with an 1-0 home victory, although not everyone can claim this was deserved. The Belarians nearly scored three times during the game, usually missing due to their own mistakes, and the Duxburian team managed to seal its victory just two minutes before 90'.
Hertha BSC easily defeated Linden Flood in an away match today, with an otherwise boring 2-1 game. The only exciting moments were the goals themselves, excluding Hertha's second goal, which was owed to a mistake of the Linden defence that resulted in an own goal. Neither team performed well today and it is speculated both coaches will be rather angry at their teams.
The Red Army completely steamrolled the Spartans today, with PFC CSKA Moscow scoring an unprecedented 1-5 away victory against the unpleasantly surprised Unalaska Spartans. The excellent performance on behalf of CSKA was only stained by the single goal scored in 27' by the then-aggressive Aleutian team.
Minpins were also unlucky today in Triera City, with the Imperials having narrowly defeated them with 2-1 in the Imperial Stadium. Royal Triera FC continues with its undefeated reputation and unprecedented victory streak in a well-played game, securing its advancing forward for good.
Another humiliating defeat for Lazio today, with the Oristano Mustangs defeating them 0-2 in Rome itself. In a game that saw very bad performance on behalf of Lazio and a well-deserved victory on behalf of the Mustangs, the Belarian team scored its first victory making it a bit viable for advancement to the second stage.
Fifth Period (Wed 26 Sep 2007)
Kossaki - Juventus (Narew Centre, Kossaki, 20:45)
Dynamo Kiev - Angels (Dynamo Stadium, Kiev, 21:45)
Kendrevaria Utd. - Sneuv (Challenger Stadium, Varia City, 20:45)
Hatters - Centurions (Old Factory Stadium, Harborne, 21:45)
Hertha BSC - CSKA Moscow (Olympiastadion, Berlin, 20:45)
Spartans - Linden Flood (Aeolus Stadium, Unalaska, 21:45)
Minpins - Royal Triera (Green Stadium, Moseley, 20:45)
Mustangs - Lazio (Dundee Stadium, Oristano, 21:45)
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