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2023.05.28 22:10 underperforming_king CHELSEA FC official Twitter:

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2023.05.28 21:51 rainingcloud69 are inside forwards or inverted wingers obsolete in fm23?

my favorite part of football is when players like mbappe or vinicius just take over games dribling past players in the wing to cut inside and score a goal, so far i feel like no tactic i use can replicate that, its always the striker the one who shines.
getting the strikers to have monstruos 7.70+ average ratings is rather easy, but the inside forwards dont get even close no matter what.
is there a tactic that gets the best of players like mbappe or vinni in terms of average rating?
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2023.05.28 21:23 Unfair_Duty659 Old Forester 80 proof from (supposedly) the 80s review

Old Forester 80 proof from (supposedly) the 80s review
Aroma: Hot, caramel, old sweet oak, toffee, roasted hazelnuts and peanuts, and creamy vanilla. For 40% - aroma is very rich and concentrated.
Taste: Warm, caramel, brown sugar, vanilla cream, rich toffee, medium charred oak, a bit of old dusty paper. It drinks more like 42% and has a nice complexity to it. The dusty paper note is not my favorite, but pretty common for this kind of bottling.
Finish: Medium, sweet, vanilla cream, charred oak, toffee.
Overall: Surprisingly good, complex, and nicely balanced bourbon with prominent flavors and full body for 80 proof whisky.Unfortunately, any info that I was able to find on it is from label itself and this link https://whiskyauctioneer.com/lot/166131/old-forester-kentucky-straight-bourbon-circa-1978-dortmund-hansa-bier-import. Basically, it was bottled in or just after 1978, and imported by Dortmund Hansa Bier (a German brewery) for the Italian market (SRL-Genova Fegino).
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2023.05.28 21:20 SmallHandSipper Logan Paul W - Day 24/365

Logan Paul W - Day 24/365
Prime - Lemon Lime
Caffeine: 200mg
Grade: B-
Review: This shit was pretty fire compared to the Tropical Punch flavor I had a couple months ago. I see so many people rag on Prime, so I expected this one to taste bad as well. This was good; it was VERY sweet and VERY carbonated.
Price: $2.99
Calories: 10 Sweetener: Coconut Water from Concentrate, Acesulfame Potassium Sodium: 55mg (2% Daily Value)
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2023.05.28 21:19 bfortune2 FS $15 for the pair

FS $15 for the pair
Message with offers
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2023.05.28 21:05 lilpostkid Ho! That's the bosses daughter ya talkin about!

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2023.05.28 20:59 JakeArsenal86 Thank you, Arsenal!

Thank you, Arsenal!
It took a team with a striker to break the single season goals record to beat us.
It took a team with 115 breaches over a decade to beat us.
It took a team who have won 5 the league of the last 6 seasons to beat us.
It took arguably the best coach of all time to beat us.
It took a generational striker who at 22 years old will go down already as one of the best of all time to beat us.
It took the most expensively assembled side in the history of football over the last decade to beat us.
It took referees who forget to draw lines on VAR to lose their jobs.. you name it it’s happened to us this season.
It’s not our fault Chelsea, Liverpool and United weren’t up to task. Without us, city had the league won in early March.
We won’t forget this season but you can bet we will build on it.
Think back to that legendary Ramsey season we all talk about. Now think that in the league he scored 10 goals. This season alone, we had Odegaard, Martinelli, Saka & Jesus with 15, 15, 14 and 11 respectively - all eclipsed that season is mad to think.
Yes maybe not all 4 had the season that Ramsey did that year, but Odegaard absolutely did.
I think about Xhaka and the season he had.. what a send off. A leader we won’t be able to replace with money.. he will be sorely missed. Never in my wildest dreams did I think we would ever have said that..
Let’s not forget the injures because they damn sure made a difference to our season.
Say we bottled, say we were the youngest team in the league, say whatever you want, I’m so proud of the progress, I enjoyed the what if, I have witnessed my club who I love so much, turn its fortunes around and close in on such a man city side, we are on the up and I’m damn proud I got to enjoy the ride.
It may not have ended the way we wanted, but it was one hell of a ride and I’d have preferred this season over and over again than any of the last handful that’s for sure.
We recruit and build again. I trust Arteta and the coaching staff to improve us again.
Don’t forget we had the English media rattled for some time this season. We had Liverpool fans saying that if we won the league it’s diminished Klopps Premier league legacy if we won.
That’s how much they didn’t want us to win. That’s how much they deep down notice the progress and realise what a threat we are. The media and some pundits were quaking in their boots at the thought of it, that some of the most ridiculous statements I’ve ever seen from professional journalists and pundits were made.
That’s what our boys caused this season. They fear us. They fear progress without oil money. They fear the Arsenal and above all else..
Thats the fucking Arsenal we used to be. They fear and hate us because they know our clubs history and what they are capable of.
That alone is enough for me to be happy and see that and smile knowing we go again and have a similar start to next season, we will have them rocking and for the taking.
Up the fucking Arsenal.
This is only the beginning..
Finally, if any are interested this is my shameless plug for the season. I talk about Arsenal constantly on Twitter @JakeArsenal1
Join me for a chat anytime.
Till next season guys!!
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2023.05.28 20:28 loveKyoto Harry Kane loyalty to a fault.

The man has scored 30 league goals yet no one is talking about it due to Haaland.
30 league goals in one of the most competitive eras of English league football, and not to mention the years of consistency behind this. For the sake of fairness this man needs to move on and win a trophy.
Even Jamie O’Hara has a trophy yet Harry Kane does not! Beggars belief!!!
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2023.05.28 20:13 jimbobbypaul Ranking the Top 131 FBS Programs of the Last 40 Years: 89. Ball State

Main hub thread with the full 131 rankings
Ball State comes in at one spot above in-state foe Indiana. and is the 3rd best program in the state behind Notre Dame and Purdue. Moving up to the FBS in 1975, Ball State’s had an underrated tenure, going 269-279-4 with 6 conference championships, 9 bowl appearances, and 11 weeks in the AP Top 25.

Best Seasons and Highlights

1. 2020: 10. Ball State: 7-1 (29.151) 2. 2008: 23. Ball State: 12-2 (19.624) 3. 2013: 43. Ball State: 10-3 (7.413) 4. 1988: 32. Ball State: 8-3 (7.382) 5. 2012: 41. Ball State: 9-4 (5.166) 6. 1989: 36. Ball State: 7-3-2 (4.173) 7. 1996: 36. Ball State: 8-4 (-0.777) 8. 1995: 47. Ball State: 7-4 (-1.286) 9. 1993: 35. Ball State: 8-3-1 (-1.292) 10. 1990: 51. Ball State: 7-4 (-5.881) 11. 1994: 59. Ball State: 5-5-1 (-11.641) 12. 2007: 67. Ball State: 7-6 (-11.913) 13. 1991: 58. Ball State: 6-5 (-12.407) 14. 1986: 67. Ball State: 6-5 (-15.698) 15. 1983: 69. Ball State: 6-5 (-18.520) 16. 1997: 71. Ball State: 5-6 (-19.737) 17. 2011: 81. Ball State: 6-6 (-19.965) 18. 2001: 78. Ball State: 5-6 (-20.533) 19. 1992: 75. Ball State: 5-6 (-20.690) 20. 2021: 87. Ball State: 6-7 (-21.746) 21. 2002: 72. Ball State: 6-6 (-21.776) 22. 2019: 87. Ball State: 5-7 (-22.103) 23. 2006: 76. Ball State: 5-7 (-22.140) 24. 2014: 90. Ball State: 5-7 (-24.446) 25. 2022: 98. Ball State: 5-7 (-25.017) 26. 2000: 81. Ball State: 5-6 (-25.264) 27. 1987: 80. Ball State: 4-7 (-27.212) 28. 2005: 97. Ball State: 4-7 (-30.054) 29. 2003: 91. Ball State: 4-8 (-32.432) 30. 1985: 86. Ball State: 4-7 (-33.751) 31. 2016: 102. Ball State: 4-8 (-35.128) 32. 2010: 104. Ball State: 4-8 (-40.296) 33. 2018: 108. Ball State: 4-8 (-40.344) 34. 1984: 91. Ball State: 3-8 (-40.722) 35. 2015: 111. Ball State: 3-9 (-45.086) 36. 2009: 109. Ball State: 2-10 (-48.654) 37. 2004: 110. Ball State: 2-9 (-50.524) 38. 1998: 109. Ball State: 1-10 (-59.094) 39. 2017: 127. Ball State: 2-10 (-62.173) 40. 1999: 113. Ball State: 0-11 (-70.806) Overall Score: 8230 (89th) 
Ball State has been pretty consistent, with 26 of their 40 seasons since 1983 having 5+ wins. 4 conference titles is also not bad—3 came between 1989-96, arguably Ball State’s peak with 7 of those 8 years falling into the top 13 seasons in the chart above. It took them 46 years to win their first bowl game, failing on the first 7 tries before finally winning in 2020! Ball State’s 2 consensus All-Americans? 1 person—Brad Maynard, punter. Maynard averaged 46.5 and 45.8 yards per punt in 1995 and 1996, respectively. He was drafted in the 3rd round of the 1997 NFL Draft, and would go on to be the Bears’ punter from 2001-10.

Top 5 Seasons

Worst Season: 1999 (0-11 overall, 0-8 MAC)
While the world worried about the Y2K meltdown, Ball State worried about their program melting down. Going just 1-21 from 1998-99, 2 of their 3 worst seasons on this list, the program reached lows it had never seen. Coach Bill Lynch was an Indiana die-hard—he was born in Indianapolis, went to Butler, and since starting his coaching career in 1977, has only spent 2 years coaching outside the state of Indiana. This was Lynch’s 5th season with Ball State. While they weren’t getting manhandled (only one 30+ point loss) like some winless teams have, they weren’t particularly close to getting a win either (only 1 one-possession loss). They averaged 14.3 PPG while giving up 32.8 PPG, and were my 2nd worst team in the nation. Kicker Thomas Pucke was impressively inept, hitting just 2 of 8 FGs. He managed to hang around for 2 more years and convert 6 of 15 for a 4 year total of 12/31 on FGs for a 38.7 FG%.
5. 2012 (9-4 overall, 6-2 MAC)
The Ball State Football youtube channel put out a fantastic 15 minute recap of the 2012 season. Coming off a 6-6 year, there was momentum heading into 2012, but uncertainty with losing their top 2 WRs and an unproven defense. The year started with a bang, recording a school record 36 first downs against Eastern Michigan in a season-opening 37-26 win. Indiana took a 39-38 lead with 50 seconds to go in week 3—just enough time for QB Keith Wenning and kicker Steven Schott, who hit a 42 yard FG as time expired for the 41-39 Ball State win. Ball State got their second win over a Power 6 opponent the following week, beating South Florida 31-27 on another late win, this time Wenning to WR Willie Snead. After going back and forth with MAC competition, 6-3 Ball State headed to the Glass Bowl on election night to face #23 Toledo. Ball State rose to the occasion with another last minute TD to win 34-27. A 52-27 win over formerly-ranked Ohio, who had beaten Penn State to start the year, proved even more impressive. Ball State finished the regular season 9-3, with a loss to C-USA runner-up Blake Bortles and UCF in the bowl.
Ball State led the MAC with 15 all-conference selections. QB Keith Wenning threw for 3095 yards, with 24 TD and 10 INT, earning 2nd Team All-MAC. RB Jahwan Edwards had a monster year with 1410 rushing yards and 14 TD on 6.1 YPC, but only made 3rd team in a stacked MAC RB class. WRs Willie Snead, Jamill Smith, and TE Zane Fakes were all 1st Team MAC. Kicker Steven Schott was a Lou Groza Award semifinalist, going 25/32 on FGs, and punter Scott Kovanda was a Ray Guy Award finalist.
4. 1988 (8-3 overall, 5-3 MAC)
While 2012 was an offensive explosion, 1988 was about defense, boasting one of the best in the country. 1988 Ball State gave up just 15.5 PPG, while scoring 26.0 PPG. After a 7-1 (5-1 MAC) start, Ball State played Western Michigan (7-1, 5-0) for first place in the conference. Western Michigan took it in a 16-13 dogfight, and it wouldn’t matter much anyway, as Ball State dropped their last conference game 25-27 to Ohio. Back then, Ball State had an annual rivalry against Indiana State for the Blue Key Victory Bell, and the Cardinals got revenge for ISU’s 24-23 upset the year prior, winning 24-10. The most points Ball State gave up all season was just 27, and held opponents to 20 or less in every other game.
3. 2013 (10-3 overall, 7-1 MAC)
Picking up where we left off in 2012, Ball State returned Wenning, Edwards, Snead, Fakes, so this team had a lot of potential. Early wins included 31-24 over traditional MAC power Toledo, and 48-27 over Virginia, who had given up just 16 points or less in 3 of their first 4 games. Ball State lived up to the hype—and then some. Blowout wins over Western Michigan, Akron, and Central Michigan took them all the way to 8-1, setting up a matchup with 9-0 #20 Northern Illinois in the premier MAC game of the season. The winner would clinch a spot in the MAC title game, Ball State looking for their first title in 17 years. They went back and forth—deadlocked at 27-27 with 6 minutes left, NIU QB Jordan Lynch fired a 36 yard TD to take the lead, and a few garbage time scores gave NIU a nice looking 48-27 victory that was much closer than the score suggested. Ball State took out their anger on a hapless 0-11 Miami (OH) team to end the year, winning 55-14. Still looking for their first bowl win ever, they came as close as they’ve ever come, giving up a TD with 30 seconds left to lose 23-20 to Arkansas State. Still—an insane year for Ball State, winning 10+ games for just the 3rd time in school history. QB Keith Wenning threw for 4148 yards 35 TD 7 INT, ranking 6th in the nation in passing yards and TDs. RB Jahwan Edwards had his 2nd of 3 1000+ yard seasons, going for 1110 and 14 TD. He’d finish his career as Ball State’s all-time leading rusher a year later with 4558 yards and 51 TD. WR Willie Snead had the capstone of his college career with 106 catches for 1516 yards and 15 TD, ranking 3rd in the NCAA in receiving yards and TD. The 6’3 228 lb Jordan Williams proved to be a very good WR2 with 1000+ receiving yards, and would go on to have 200 catches for 2723 yards and 23 TD in his career, top 6 in school history in all of those categories. Wenning was a 6th round NFL Draft selection, and Snead went on to have a solid NFL career.
2. 2008 (12-2 overall, 8-0 MAC)
The 2008 team took the nation by storm. Ball State returned their all-conference QB, WR, TE, and 8 starters on defense from a 7 win team the previous season. Right away, with a week 2 35-23 win over Navy, they proved the prevous season’s win over them wasn’t a fluke. 2 weeks later, they’d make history, beating Indiana 42-20 in the program’s first ever win over a BCS team. Did they stop there? Nope. 3 weeks later they were 7-0, and #22 in the country. This was a great year for non-BCS teams, with Boise State and Utah also going unbeaten in the regular season. The beatings continued, as Ball State kept surprising everyone—38-16 over Eastern Michigan, 45-14 over NIU. Late in the year, #16 9-0 Ball State faced their toughest test of the season, heading north to play 8-2 preseason conference favorite Central Michigan. Down 7 points in the 4th quarter, QB Nate Davis guided the Cardinals back to a 31-24 lead, and a late interception sealed the deal. Ball State still hadn’t secured the MAC title game until the final week, where they beat 9-2 Western Michigan 45-22. Into the MAC championship we go. #12 Ball State was an overwhelming 15 point favorite over 7-5 Buffalo, who was just happy to be there. Ball State’s dream matchup quickly turned into a nightmare. Buffalo had 92 and 74 yard fumble returns for TDs, cruising to a 42-24 upset victory in which they were outgained by 200+ yards. Brady Hoke took the job at San Diego State, and a dejected interim-coached team got blown out 45-14 by Tulsa in the bowl.
QB Nate Davis, the original 2-gloved QB before Teddy “2 glove” Bridgewater was a thing, completed his illustrious college career, throwing for 3591 yards 26 TD 8 INT, leading the MAC in passer rating for the 3rd straight year, and winning 2008 MAC OPOTY. The 5’6 184 lb RB MiQuale Lewis was pound-for-pound one of the best players in college football, rushing for 1736 yards and 22 TD on 5.4 YPC, also racking up 325 receiving yards, ranking 2nd in the nation in yards from scrimmage and 1st in TDs. TE Darius Hill completed his career as one of the best TEs in MAC history, catching 40 passes for 670 yards and 7 TD to finish his career with 2473 yards and 31 TD. Unfortunately, WR Dante Love’s career came to an end 4 games into the season, one of Ball State’s best ever wideouts who caught 100 passes for 1398 yards and 10 TD in 2007. It was an amazing year for Ball State—but no hardware to show for it.
1. 2020 (7-1 overall, 5-1 MAC)
2008, or 2020 Ball State, who was better? The Ball State youtube channel(s) seriously make some of the best season recap videos of any school. After an opening 31-38 loss at Miami (OH), they were perfect the rest of the way. A 1-yard rushing TD with 6 seconds left secured a 38-31 win over Eastern Michigan to improve to 1-1. 2 weeks later, a 27-24 upset over Toledo improved them to 3-1. It was still a long season ahead with just a MAC schedule in a covid-shortened season, with the toughest games yet to come. A 45-20 road win over 3-1 Central Michigan thanks to 5 TD from QB Drew Plitt improved Ball State to 4-1, with 1 regular season game to go. This is where the 2020 team separated themselves from all other Ball State teams. Facing 4-1 Western Michigan with the winner going to the MAC championship game, Ball State was down 27-13 at the start of the 4th. After a 17-0 point 4th quarter, they had the lead with just seconds to go. Western Michigan tossing laterals around…OH THE ENTIRE BALL STATE TEAM IS ON THE FIELD!! And Western Michigan scores for the win!! Unbelievable!! It turns out though, one of the laterals was forward, and the refs award Ball State the victory. They go to the MAC championship game at 5-1!
Remember how 2008 Ball State came into the game 15 point favorites against Buffalo and lost? This time, the roles were reversed. Ball State came into the 2020 championship as 13 point underdogs to 5-0 Buffalo. And just like 2008, David slaid Goliath. Ball State took the MAC Championship 38-28, their first since 1996. But still, people hadn’t caught on. Ball State entered the Arizona Bowl as 6.5 point underdogs to #23 San Jose State. 35 minutes of game time later, and Ball State was up 34-0. When the final whistle sounded on a 34-13 bowl victory, it was the FIRST BOWL WIN IN BALL STATE HISTORY! While 2008 was a great year, 2020 takes the cake because they completed the quest of winning a conference title and bowl game. LB Brandon Martin was the MAC DPOTY, leading the conference in tackles with 90.

5th Quarter

Agree with Ball State’s ranking, ahead of in-state rival Indiana? What do you think of their program? Do you remember their 2008 and 2020 seasons?
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2023.05.28 20:08 Inertigo CM Review 5/28/2023

Football Stewie 500 gems Score 2.0
Stewie Athletics combo made with old athletic objects including bazooka sharks, push ups, blernsball, and horse camp. Shows up in Big Game Clash. Defensive combo with sturdy, bodyguard and jab. Not really my favorite combo but could be used
QB Boomhauer 500 gems Score 3.0
Boomhauer educated/athletic combo made with Tom Landry, James Woods, and Flag Football. Lower sturdy, punch, and show only cheer all. Shows up in Big Game, Classic, and Fall Clashes. Can be a decent combo if you have a pc for slot 1 as the HP on the objects or Boom can be within one shot range, especially past level 25
Game Night Jeff 1000 stones Score 7.0
Jeff toy combo made with all the objects. Medium jab, craze, and cripple. Not my favorite crazer in toy, but potentially a good option against Gail Force Winds or if there is a BGE shield. Saves a lot of research. Part of the Traditional Thanksgiving Clash
Keytar Brian 1000 stones score 1.0
Brian’s Fart school musical combo, some motivate and recover. Not a good option
9-10 Top of the Top: I’d spend 2250 in gems for cm2 if I had to. Type of combo I would pursue CM5 on
7-8 Still Darn Good: I’d drop 4500 in mastery stones for cm2 or 500 gems for cm1. Ideally I get this to at least cm 3-4
5-6 Good: I’d throw 1000 mastery stones for cm1, maybe take it to cm2 at a later date
3-4 Average: If I was loaded with mastery stones I would think about
1-2 Poor: There’s something there, but I’m not spending resources on it
0 Lousy: Really Kong, take it out of the game
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2023.05.28 19:34 Lryuen_2 I couldn’t even remember anyone who scores 30 and still didn’t get golden boot, not to mention we don’t even have European football next year. Everyone’s gonna twerking for him now 😭

I couldn’t even remember anyone who scores 30 and still didn’t get golden boot, not to mention we don’t even have European football next year. Everyone’s gonna twerking for him now 😭 submitted by Lryuen_2 to Tottenham [link] [comments]

2023.05.28 19:34 SecretApe [Post Match Thread] Aston Villa 2-1 Brighton

What a season, what a turn around, and to cap it off with a good performance to take us to Europe. Stuff made of dreams. The objective was clear today. Win at all costs! A win gaurantees us European football, and that is what we were able to accomplish. Luiz scored first, running in with plenty of space to convert Ramsey's low cross. Then Watkins scored a little after, again taking advantage of great team work and play by Ramsey. Brighton threatened, more so in the first half with Brigthon scoring 2 offside goals, but eventually Undav did score one.
MOTM. Luiz, McGinn and Ramsey were all excellent. Never stopped running and absolutely dominated. McGinn played a true captains display, leading and always showing determination. Luiz was a warrior today. Took in a lot of tackles and played an excellent box to box role.
The table is settled. We are 7th. Spurs and Brentford both won so we had to do it this way. And I'm glad we did.
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2023.05.28 19:23 SchlesingerMindy323 [HIRING] 25 Jobs in KY Hiring Now!

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2023.05.28 19:20 raidenn__ Football/Soccer Scores Bot

Title. Is there any alternative to Toonbot/Football Nation or Open Source. (free ofc)
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2023.05.28 18:55 ElKaddouriCSC [Scots Abroad Pod] Record Breaker - Kevin Van Veen. Scoring in 11 consecutive games is a new Scottish Football post-war record & an absolutely incredible achievement. Van Veen scored the opener in a 3-2 win against Dundee United.

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2023.05.28 18:39 flopflip21 Άλλο ένα κύπελλο για την ΑΕΚαρα μας και άνοδος στην Α’ Εθνική Κατηγορία Γυναικών! 🏆

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2023.05.28 18:37 flopflip21 Η ΑΕΚ επικράτησε με 2-0 των Νέων Ατρομήτου στο 2ο Μπαράζ Ανόδου και ανέβηκε στην Α’ Εθνική Κατηγορία Ποδοσφαίρου Γυναικών! 🏆

Η ΑΕΚ επικράτησε με 2-0 των Νέων Ατρομήτου στο 2ο Μπαράζ Ανόδου και ανέβηκε στην Α’ Εθνική Κατηγορία Ποδοσφαίρου Γυναικών! 🏆 submitted by flopflip21 to AEKAthensWFC [link] [comments]

2023.05.28 18:07 rbyrnes15 OLED TV for someone who watches sports?

I’m in the market for a new TV and was looking into picking up a LG C2 OLED. With the issue of possible burn in, are OLED TV’s a good idea for someone who watches sports like baseball, football, ect. I’m worried about the static images like the scores, tickers, ect.
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2023.05.28 17:58 quixotic-88 Old Forester filing for 1924- a 10 year release

Old Forester filing for 1924- a 10 year release
This looks more like a standard release than an LE. This would be great to get a Whiskey Row addition with an age statement
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2023.05.28 17:28 Crusag Louisville Football Jumps Colorado for Top Spot in Transfer Portal Rankings

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2023.05.28 15:59 cmsalazar63 Somos los #1 en servicios y precios

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2023.05.28 15:49 Heavy-Station-5619 Final Academy Update (June 2023)

Started this on RCDLC.com and will continue on here with the academy updates monthly. Remember that San Tirso is also part of the club in the Cadete and Infantil Divisions to play in the top division alongside the older Deportivo group Their Juvenil group is still in Liga Gallega, one division below Juvenil B.
Juvenil A (U19), Juvenil B (U17) Cadete A (U16) San Tirso Cadete (U15) Infantil A (U14) San Tirso Infantil (U13)
Abegondo has never been in a better place with Fran leading the way. Multiple champions, national team call-ups, and big clubs scouting and poaching players. It is up to the first team this next month to do right by these youngsters and get us promoted back into professional football, where players then see a pathway to the elite. I'll post every few weeks who resigned from the academy as many Cadete A players will sign professional deals in the coming weeks (whether it is here or elsewhere). So far...
Hugo Rios (GK)-renewed until 2025
Dani Barcia (CB)-renewed until 2024 w/ a first-team spot (and in talks to renew until 2026)
Fabril- The team dominated the division and is now awaiting the start of the 2RFEF season. Many decisions will be delayed as the club awaits to see what happens to the first team. A team led by RDLB in 1RFEF will probably feature a few of these players, whereas a team in Segunda may lead to a few loans to 1RFEF teams. Mella debuted with the 1st team this past month, while Barcia and Diego Gomez also completed some training. I’m excited to see this group in 2RFEF against professional teams. This is an excellent league for Fabril to stay in (less travel-cheaper budget, still competitive with “bigger” regional clubs). Chasing promotion would be a massive mistake (especially financially with the travel and salary minimums of 1RFEF), and the goal should be to finish mid-table while having 3-4 of its players debut with the 1st team. Look for most bench players to move to other 3RFEF teams in the area while the core group of Rios, Puerto, Val, Jairo, Ruben, Najera, Diego, and Ochoa stay together in 2RFEF.
Juvenil A- Finished in 2nd behind a strong Celta team. Kevin and Manu were called into YNT camps and should be starters with Fabril in 2RFEF next season. Strong rumors exist that Damian, the top GK in the Division with Sporting, will join this summer and become the starter. With a solid finish to the Juvenil B season, I’d expect Juvenil A to be the Championship favorites and make a run at Copa de Campeones (assuming the leading players from Juvenil B/Cadete A stay). There was a big dropoff after the Starting XI, and I’d expect 8-10 players to leave the club on June 30, finding their way onto other local clubs in 3RFEF or heading to the USA to play at a university. There’s already confirmation that Hugo Baldomar will be the first to head to another 3RFEF and Noah.
Juvenil B- A miraculous turnaround after an awful start to the season. Juvenil B won Liga Nacional and used many Cadete A players at the end of the year. This group will see some reinforcements come this summer. Players from Cadete A that resign with the club on professional deals (hopefully Ruben, Jose Rey, Samu, Pablo, Lucas) will most likely do training camp with Juvenil A or Fabril and have those 2-3 weeks to cement their place in that higher age group.
Cadete A- Easily the most impressive season in the academy. Over 105 pts, a goal differential of +150, and only 1 loss to San Tirso, that was done to ensure the affiliate U13s stayed in Division de Honor for next year. I can’t think of many age groups that have had this much talent, and it is imperative that we sign 5-6 of these boys to professional deals as soon as possible that hopefully keep them at the club until 2025 and beyond.
Cadete ST- In what I thought would be a relegation battle until the end, San Tirso turned it around at the end and finished the league comfortably in 8th. With another year of growth and the addition of 1-2 players, look for this group to once again finish at the top of the league next season in their return to Cadete A. Miguel De Labra scored 20 goals with Cadete ST and could make a run to chase Ruben's tally of this year (38 goals in 35 games)
Infantil A- The team finished 2nd, 13 pts behind Celta, but ended up winning the Infantil Playoff after defeating Celta. Some potential here, but the club will bring in a few new faces as this group heads back to San Tirso to start their Cadete careers. Look for Samba Wade and Adrian Bernandez to stay in Abegondo and play with Cadete A next year.
Infantil ST- At the bottom of the table, our U12s at San Tirso finished 8th in the league and will return to Abegondo to put on the blue and white stripes again as Infantil A players.
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