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Shedender Comments
Maybe that was deliberate?
Nah, I got locked out of my imgur for some reason but I shall fix that this morning

Perhaps but you still finished a position higher than mysel. I was rooted to the basement of the league and you even won more games than me.
@KEZ_7 I know they're depressing and all but your screenshots don't work. You should be using imgur instead.
Also, much like Mahrez in R3, I can't seem to get a performance out of Kean whilst others have him thriving.

Kean was pretty shit for me as well as was Pazzini(sp?) as the latter scored a grand total of ONE goal under my regime.
Speak for yourself, wait till i get goin

You're obviously good at the game, we aren't.

Warriors: October/November 2022

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The final month of the twenty twenty two campaign is upon us and it's been another somewhat successful season even if we don't end up winning a piece of silverware, the only downside I had was our poor defence in the S.League Cup in which we got eliminated in the group stages. The last month of the season saw us face DPMM, Tampines and Geylang International in the league while we will also face Tampines to determine who finishing third in the Singapore Cup.

S.League - Match Day Twenty Two

The first game in the final month saw us entertain struggling DPMM at home and a late goal from El Habbib saw us edge a five goal thriller, winning three two. We had fallen behind after just five minutes when Muhd Tahir found the net, Rahim equalised on twenty seven minutes and three minutes later the visitors retook the lead through Mohd Pauzi - we made it two apiece on the stroke of half time through Soo Queen Cher and as the game looked set to be a point, El Habbib struck the winner.

S.League - Match Day Twenty Three

Our penultimate league game saw us make the journey to Tampines and again we edged a five goal thriller but it should've been more comfortable because goals from El Habbib (pen), Akbar and Ghani had us three goals up inside the opening half an hour but the hosts pulled a goal back through Kanakarajan in the first minute of stoppage time, Rishan then made it three two on fifty five minutes but Warriors held on for maximum points.

S.League - Match Day Twenty Four

The final S.League fixture of saw us entertain Geylang at home and we ended the campaign with a three one victory as goals from Gabriel Quak and Loo Wu Jie had us two goals up inside the opening half an hour and then on the hour mark Akbar made it three nil to Warriors - we couldn't keep a clean sheet though because Yoshida scored a consolation goal for Geylang from the penalty spot but it was just a consolation goal and not the start of a potential comeback.

Singapore Cup - Third Place Playoff

Our final competitive game of the season was the third placed playoff in the Singapore Cup against Tampines at a neutral venue and we secured a hard fought two one success. We took the lead on the quarter hour mark through a El Habbib goal and that's how it remained until Tampines levelled on fifty nine minutes through Irwan but with just three minutes remaining Abdullah headed home the winner to seal third place.

October/November round-up


So close to an unlikely S.League title as Albirex (S) pipped us on goal difference which is a little disappointing but what can you do? It was an excellent campaign even though no silverware was won. DPMM are awarded the "wooden spoon" due to finishing bottom, one point behind both Tampines and Hougang United. Will I be Warriors manager next season? It's too early to say yet.
Don't worry @Shedender, I also just lost 3-0 at SPAL so I am confident in joining you

Aye but I'm confident enough you didn't lose 6-0 away to Benevento in the previous game though.
Thank fuck this challenge is over and I'm definitely adding Verona to the "do not manage" list. Just couldn't find consistency with them.






So Verona ended up getting relegated which is -25 points and I got sacked because of the relegation which adds another -25 points to the total but I did secure a derby success over Chievo which adds +5 points.

I've ended this challenge on MINUS 45 points.

Warriors: September 2022

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Although the league form has been patchy, we still remain deep in the haunt for an unlikely S.League title as we are only four points behind the leaders Albirex (S) and have a game in hand over them also. We enter the penultimate month of the twenty twenty two campaign with three league games awaiting us - we face trips to Balestier and Hougang United while we've got a home fixture against the reigning champions Home United in between the two away games.

S.League - Match Day Nineteen

We began the penultimate month with a trip to sixth placed Balestier and secured a three nil victory on our travels as all the goals arrived in the final twenty minutes. Omar El Habbib broke the deadlock from the penalty spot on seventy minutes and then sixty or so seconds later Brazilian Mello made it two nil, El Habbib's second of the game with eight minutes remaining sealed the comfortable victory.

S.League - Match Day Twenty

Four days later Home United visited for our one and only home fixture this month and we should've secured maximum points against the reigning champions because first half goals from Mustafa and El Habbib had us two goals up after half an hour - we couldn't hold on though, Song Ui-Young halved the deficit on the hour mark and then in the third minute of stoppage time Tahir broke our hearts with the Home equaliser.

S.League - Match Day Twenty One

The month was to conclude with a four two away success against Hougang United in a game in which we had to leave it late to seal maximum points as three of the six goals arrived in second half stoppage time. We took the lead on thirty seven minutes through Mustafa's goal but the hosts made it one apiece on sixty three minutes when Syed Haydar Alsree equalised, Akbar regained the Warriors lead three minutes later, Kamal was dismissed for the hosts and then on ninety one minutes El Habbib all but sealed the points as the winger made it three one - a minute later Sawadogo pulled the score back to three two but it was four two in the fourth minute of second half stoppage time when Mustafa sealed his brace.

September round-up


Just three league games are remaining for my Warriors side this season and we still remain deep in the title haunt as we're just three points behind the leaders Albirex and a point behind Home United, as much as I'd love to wrap up the title this season and my second trophy in management, I don't fancy returning to Singapore for one single trophy. It's a race at the bottom to see who can avoid the "wooden spoon" - Hougang United are currently bottom, five points behind both Tampines and DPMM and they've both got a game in hand over the basement side.
Yeooo, it's time to be a failure in another Susie challenge.


EDIT: I'm in a rut, can I just state I've got minus 25 points now?

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Warriors: August 2022

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The form has dipped within the past month with just two wins from the previous seven games in all competition and those two successes both came at home against Young Lions in the Singapore Cup quarter finals and Tampines in the S.League Cup group stages - August brings to us four games with three of them against Albirex (S) and a trip to Young Lions.

Singapore Cup Semi Final - First Leg

Before the Singapore Cup semi final first leg trip to Albirex (S) I was annoyed to find out that we had several players away on international duty and it didn't even let me postpone the game which was stupid, Albirex won the first leg four nil to effectively kill the semi final already - D. Ito yet again bagged a hat trick for the second game running after he struck in the thirteenth, thirtieth and forty ninth minute while Yamanouchi added the fourth Albirex goal after sixty seven minutes.

S.League - Match Day Seventeen

Just four days later and the same opposition put three goals past us without reply in the seventeenth S.League match day as the visitors won three nil at our venue. Ichinose broke the deadlock after twenty three minutes and that's how it remained until the seventy ninth minute when D. Ito doubled the lead and then Ichinose's second of the night made it three nil and sealed maximum points for our title rivals.

S.League - Match Day Eighteen

We returned to winning ways in the next league game, edging a five goal thriller against a Young Lions side who have proven to be a thorn in my side this season. Ghani, who is currently unhappy at the club opened the scoring after eleven minutes but two goals in as many minutes, including a penalty kick from Tan Hai Ngee had turned the game in the Lions' favour and it looked like they'd hold on for the three points until the final ten minutes because two goals in a minute from Ghani's second of the game and Akbar sealed a much needed league win for my Warriors side.

Singapore Cup Semi Final - Second Leg

The second leg of the Singapore Cup semi final concluded the month and with the tie practically won by Albirex (S) after the first leg, they wrapped up a six nil aggregate win by winning two nil in the second leg thanks to two goals inside nine first half minutes as Ichinose bagged them both, we had centre back Jamaluddin dismissed on seventy one minutes but the contest and chance of progression to the final was long gone.

August round-up


We slip down to third place in the S.League standings but still remain deep in the title picture as we are only four points behind leaders Albirex (S) and one point behind the reigning and defending champions Home United. Hougang United and DPMM are currently having seasons to forget as they both only won one league game each - most annoyingly, DPMM's only win in the league this season came against ourselves. We have a game in hand over both Albirex and Home United, win it and we go into second place depending on when the game is played.

I've signed a new one year deal at Warriors but I'd still love to leave the club in the summer if the correct vacancy comes up.

Warriors: June + July 2022

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In the final game before the mid-season break my Warriors side suffered their first league defeat of the campaign, losing three two away to DPMM and that was a disappointing result considering they were win-less at the time but now football's back and we're looking to bounce back as we've got six competitive fixtures coming up. We have the two legged Singapore Cup quarter final against Young Lions, a S.League trip to Geylang and our defence of the S.League Cup as we've been drawn in Group A alongside Young Lions, Albirex (S) and Tampines.

Singapore Cup Quarter Final - First Leg

Our one and only game in June was the quarter final first leg in the Singapore Cup against Young Lions as we eased to a comfortable first leg success, winning three nil with all the goals arriving in the first half - Elliot Ng, Mustafa and El Habbib on the score sheet.

Singapore Cup Quarter Final - Second Leg

The second leg against Young Lions proved to be a lot more difficult but thankfully we done enough to progress to the semi final stage despite losing three two on the night at Jalan Besar Stadium. Young striker Mustafa fired us into a fourth minute lead, Tan Hai Ngee equalised on twelve but a minute later Mustafa's second of the night restored our lead, on the half hour Bashir levelled for the hosts and then with eight minutes remaining Azman won it for the Lions but we still progressed.

S.League - Match Day Sixteen

Just the one league game was played this month and it ended in disappointment as Geylang won one nil, an own goal from Amin after eight minutes proved the difference.

S.League Cup Group A - Match Day One

Our defence of the S.League Cup got off to a poor start, losing two one on the road to Young Lions and that was despite attacking midfielder Loo Wu Jie getting us off to a flyer after ten minutes - Tan Hai Ngee equalised on twenty one minutes and then shortly after the hour mark Saravanan won it for the hosts.

S.League Cup Group A - Match Day Two

The defence of the S.League Cup is over after Albirex (S) ran riot at Choa Chu Kang, securing a well deserved four one victory. D. Ito bagged a hat trick for Albirex (S) while Shimomura also found the net for the visitors, Mustafa's goal for Warriors on thirty three minutes proved to be just a consolation goal while we also lost Soo Queen Cher to a red card with eleven minutes remaining but the contest was over at that stage.

S.League Cup Group A - Match Day Three

Despite being already knocked out of the League Cup the home tie against Tampines seemed to be a little pointless but at least we ended the group stages with maximum points, wrapping up a four two home success but we actually fell behind on forty four minutes through Andin Addie Djayady's goal but in stoppage time Mustafa equalised and then on sixty eight minutes El Habbib put us two one up from the spot but Azeman equalised on seventy three minutes, two quick fire goals from Jamaluddin and a second of the night for Mustafa sealed the win but the exit from the competition was already confirmed.

June + July round-up


It seems a little stupid to post the league table, we're second and lost our one and only league game this month away to Geylang.


And here's conformation that there's no progress in the S.League Cup this season as we could only finish in third place as both Albirex (S) and Tampines progress from Group A but the latter only progress on goal difference - if we hadn't conceded those two goals and won say five nil then we would've stolen second place - so close but I don't think we overly deserved to advance. Albirex (S) won all three group games as I supposed they were expected too.

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Warriors: May 2022

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Still unbeaten in all competitions this season we have now reached the final month before the mid-season break and although my Warriors side sit top of the table, only goal difference seperate ourselves and the reigning champions Home United, Albirex (S) are currently in third and three points behind. There's just three games in the month of May with two of them being in the league as we host Tampines before travelling to win-less DPMM - we also have a must win AFC Cup ASEAN group stage game away to Yangon United.

S.League - Match Day Fourteen

Our first of two league games this month saw us welcome Tampines to our home and secure a single goal victory against the team currently third bottom of the S.League standings, Mustafa scored on twenty nine minutes to secure maximum points.

AFC Cup ASEAN Group F - Match Day Six

It was then time for a must win AFC Cup game as we made the journey to Myanmar to take on Yangon United and unfortunately it was a group stage exit in this years competition as the hosts secured a well deserved two one success. Sin bagged a first half brace for the hosts as he struck after six and forty one minutes - Akbar pulled a goal back for ourselves with eight minutes remaining but we couldn't secure the point that would've sent us through.

S.League - Match Day Fifteen

I've got no explanation but our unbeaten start to the league campaign came to an end on the fifteenth match day, suffering a disappointing collapse against the only side who were currently win-less this season as DPMM secured a three two home success. Goals from Mello and former DPMM midfielder Amirul Adli had us two goals up inside the opening quarter of an hour and seemingly in control but strikes from Hussien, Muhd Tahir and Mohd Pauzi turned the game around before half time and that's how it remained. Poor stuff.

May round-up


Despite suffering our first defeat of the campaign against DPMM last time out, we still remain top of the table and now we're three points clear of both Albirex (S) and Home United but there's still a lot of football to be played this season so I can't get carried away - Hougang United, Tampines and DPMM have now all won one game each this season but the latter should still be win-less as I still can't explain how we completely collapsed in that game.


We are out of the AFC Cup ASEAN stage though at the group stages and I'm not overly disappointed about that as it's not a domestic competition and thus not overly important, it would be nice to win it but I won't be losing sleep over it.

I didn't take a screenshot but during the mid-season break I applied for the vacancy at Welsh Premier side The New Saints after their gaffer left when his contract expired, I had the interview but unfortunately I was unsuccessful in getting the post - not the end of the world though because TNS aren't the Welsh dominating force though, Bangor are as they won the title in the last three seasons.

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Warriors: April 2022

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After two months of competitive action we remain unbeaten in all competitions but last month it was draws galore as the side only managed one victory and that was the two nil AFC Cup ASEAN Group F fixture at home to Meralco as we struggled to beat teams in the league who we probably should be beating, especially at home. Now into the month of April and we have four more S.League matches against Balestier, Albirex (S), Home United and Hougang United while we face Yangon United, Meralco and SLNA in the AFC Cup.

S.League - Match Day Ten

The tenth match day of the twenty twenty two S.League season saw us welcome Balestier and we returned to winning ways, securing a three one win. Omar El Habbib put us into a twelfth minute lead, Ghani's first of the game made it two nil but the visitors pulled a goal back a minute later, Ghani's second of the game on fifty two minutes sealed the win.

AFC Cup ASEAN Group F - Match Day Three

Five days later Yangon were the visitors for the third group game in the AFC Cup and the points ended up being shared in a one one scoreline as both goals were scored within two minutes of each other and it was ourselves who took the lead from the penalty spot on twenty eight minutes through Omar El Habbib but Linn levelled on the half hour and that was the scoring completed.

S.League - Match Day Eleven

For the second time this season we managed to secure maximum points against Albirex (S) but the side left it late to secure an unlikely two one victory on the road. It was the hosts who took the lead on sixty eight minutes through Kamata and that looked set to be the winner but back-up left winger Elliot Ng equalised with just two minutes remaining and then in the third minute of added time Ghani struck the winner.

AFC Cup ASEAN Group F - Match Day Four

After securing an excellent win away to Albirex (S) the side then travelled to Meralco three days later, the game finished scoreless and not much happened.

S.League - Match Day Twelve

Much to my surprise we've been able to do the double over the reigning champions Home United, substitute Mustafa bagging a seventy sixth minute winner on the road.

AFC Cup ASEAN Group F - Match Day Five

The penultimate AFC Cup ASEAN group game was our penultimate fixture of the month as we hosted SLNA and won two one. Omar El Habbib broke the deadlock after twelve minutes but then on the hour mark we allowed the visitors to equalise through Ton Manh Hung, centre back Lim Swee Swee headed home what turned out to be the winning goal with twelve minutes remaining.

S.League - Match Day Thirteen

A home fixture with Hougang concluded the month. The visitors had Arvin dismissed on seventy seven minutes and nothing of note happened throughout. Forgettable game.

April round-up


Still unbeaten and we've returned to the summit of the S.League but we've drew five of our opening thirteen games and only goal difference is keeping us top. DPMM are the only win-less team.


It's going to be a final day showdown between ourselves and Yangon United to see who advances from Group F and although we're still unbeaten, if we fail to qualify from Group F then I've to take a look at the three disappointing draws.

Warriors: March 2022

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It's been a fantastic start to my second full season in charge of Warriors in which we've won all of our opening five S.League games which even I couldn't have imagine happening and in the second month of competitive action we have four league matches against my former employers DPMM, Tampines, Geylang International and Young Lions while we've also got two AFC Cup ASEAN games against Meralco and SLNA - can we maintain our excellent start to the league campaign?

S.League - Match Day Six

It wasn't to be six consecutive league wins to begin a campaign but we still remain unbeaten following this disappointing one all draw at home to DPMM in which we just couldn't find a winner despite being the better side throughout. The win-less visitors actually had the "audacity" to take the lead at Choa Chu Kang when Rozali scored after nine minutes, El Habbib levelled from the spot on twenty minutes but we just couldn't find a winner.

AFC Cup ASEAN Group F - Match Day One

Our first delve into the AFC Cup this season saw us host Filipino side Meralco and they were easily defeated two nil as Mustafa and Mello scored in either half.

S.League - Match Day Seven

Just three days after the home success over Meralco it was back to the grind and a trip to Tampines for the seventh match day of this years S.League and it was to be back-to-back league draws following yet another one one draw and again we fell behind through a twenty second minute goal from Thinish, winger Gabriel Quak levelled the scores a minute into the second half and that's how the game finished.

AFC Cup ASEAN Group F - Match Day Two

For the third game out of four this month we not only drew but the side also fell behind as the points were shared on match day two in the AFC Cup away to Vietnam side SLNA. Phung Van Hieu gave the hosts the lead on sixty two minutes but the lead lasted fourteen minutes because back-up right winger Abdullah was able to make the over five hour flight back home a lot more 'bearable'.

S.League - Match Day Eight

Yawn. A third consecutive draw in the league as we drew nil nil at home to Geylang International.

S.League - Match Day Nine

The second month of competitive fixtures concluded with yet another draw, this time at home to Young Lions in a game that frustrated me and proved to be a "game of two halves" because Gabriel Quak struck twice in the first half (goals came after eight and forty one minutes) to seemingly put us on course to return to winning ways but three minutes into the second half the comeback started to happen when Razzali halved the defect and then Azman's goal on seventy two minutes rescued a point for the Lions.

March round-up


Top of the table with a one hundred percent record after the opening month of action and now we are down to third place after a month of draws but yet we still somehow remain unbeaten and I've no idea what has happened to the opening month form which saw us beat both Albirex (S) and Home United but I'm hoping it'll return soon. DPMM, Hougang United and Tampines are still win-less this season.


We remain unbeaten after two rounds of fixtures in the AFC Cup.


The final piece of news this month is a big one and that's after completing my previous coaching course, the Warriors board are immediately letting me go on my next (and final) coaching course which once I'm successful will see me secure my Continental Pro Licence which is the highest you can go. Woop. It's going to once again take approx. twelve months worth of study and the football club are covering the near five thousand pound fee for the course. I should remain loyal to them for this, but I won't because once a "better" job becomes available then I'll be away.

Warriors: February 2022

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On the back of successful and unbeaten preseason program confidence was high going into the twenty twenty two S.League campaign in which we're yet again predicted to finish in third position behind Albirex (S) and the reigning champions Home United. The campaign begins with five league fixtures with three of those being at home while we also face last season's top two as well. We will travel to Young Lions, Balestier and Hougang United while we'll host Albirex (S) and Home United - a tough start.

S.League - Match Day One

A short trip to Young Lions began the twenty twenty two campaign and the travelling support were rewarded with an excellent and well deserved three nil success in which the young striker Mustafa broke the deadlock on the half hour. The lead was doubled on fifty two minutes through the central midfielder Rahim and then in the final minute left winger Gabriel Quak wrapped up an excellent nights work at Jalan Besar Stadium.

S.League - Match Day Two

It's now two wins from two games in the S.League after this hard fought but deserved three two win over Albirex (S). On eight minutes Mustafa bagged his second goal of the season to get us off to a flyer but Kato equalised for last seasons runners-up, Mustafa's second of the game put us back in front on thirty three minutes - the Albirex goalscorer Kato was then dismissed on fifty six minutes but with six minutes remaining Hara looked to have rescued a point for Albirex on the road but substitute Ghani had different ideas and won us the game as we entered stoppage time.

S.League - Match Day Three

Another short trip took us to Balestier as the side recorded back-to-back three nil away wins in the league and made it three consecutive wins as all the goals arrived in the first half at Toa Payoh as centre back Lim Swee Swee opened the goal scoring on nineteen minutes and then striker Mustafa continued his fine early season form with another brace and his fourth and fifth goal in three games.

S.League - Match Day Four

Our superb start to the season continued with our third success on the road, beating last seasons basement club Hougang United three one. Two goals in the space of four first half minutes from Rahim had put us in control at Hougang Stadium but we conceded our first away goal of the league campaign on sixty nine minutes when Ahmad Nazari struck but the points were wrapped up with nine minutes remaining through left winger Gabriel Quak's second goal of the season.

S.League - Match Day Five

The reigning champions Home United came to town to conclude the opening month of the twenty twenty two campaign and we've continued our perfect start to the campaign with this well deserved two nil success as both goals arrived in the first half in what was a thoroughly deserved win in which Home United rarely threatened - Mustafa's sixth goal of the season got us off to a flyer after only two minutes, Gabriel Quak doubled the score on the stroke of half time and that's how it remained.

February round-up


Lets be honest, who seen this coming? I sure didn't. It's been a superb start to the twenty twenty two campaign in the S.League in which we're top of the table and have won five out of five thus far and have also kept three clean sheets as well thus far (vs. Young Lions, vs. Balestier and more surprising vs. Home United) and we are five points clear of the reigning champions but I'm not getting carried away as there's lots of football still to be played this season. Hougang currently prop up the league and are one of three win-less clubs after the first month.
Indeed I am @HockeyBhoy - I'm just delighted I was able to finally win my first trophy in the season just gone, hopefully more will follow.

Warriors: Preseason round-up 2022

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With the twenty twenty one campaign behind us and a third place finish wrapped up I tried to leave the football club in the close season in an attempt to wrap up Singapore once and for all but unfortunately I was unsuccessful in the vacancy at champions Home United which annoyed me a little bit so I will remain at Warriors for at least another year. Yet again we're predicted to finish in third position.


There's not much talent floating around Singapore at the moment who are interested in joining us so only three signings ended up being made while no one departed Choa Chu Kang Stadium in the close season/transfer window. First in was Syazwan Buhari from Geylang International, Buhari is a twenty nine year old goalkeeper who cost us fifteen and a half thousand pound - second was right winger Abdul Hafiz Abdullah, the twenty two year old cost forty two thousand pound from Young Lions and lastly fourteen thousand pound was spent to bring in twenty six year old central midfielder Amirul Adli from DPMM.


It was a perfect preseason for the club with our real test coming against Hong Kong based side Melaka in a game that saw us record a three one success as all games were played on our travels. The preseason program began with a five three win against Sentek Mariners, four days later Police SA were defeated two nil before recording that win in Hong Kong, Sembawang were beaten four one, our feeder club SAFSA lost three nil and then preseason was wrapped up with a three one victory against Singapore Rec Club.

The S.League campaign begins with a trip to Young Lions.
On my current save with Rangers, Toni Martinez has become natural in the "Complete Forward" role even though he's not played in that role the entire season nor has been getting trained to play that role.
All Shedender needed to do was let Rob know about this, not be a patronising idiot to a fella who's first language is obviously not English.

I was hardly a "patronising idiot" as you nicely put it and how could you come to that conclusion through a message on a forum? The chap posted twice in as many minutes, thus in my eyes showing impatience, yes he was waiting a few days for a reply but Rob is the only one who can authorise/do refunds and he's now always online and is currently living in Australia.
First of all @OrKelvin, @Rob currently lives on the other side of the world and thus won't be on as the same time as others.

Second, this is a fans' forum in which we all have lives and don't go on them twenty four hours a day and seven days a week

Third and final, you will get your refund but you need to be patient, Rob will sort you out when he's next available.
It was, wasn't it @tongey - all being well the plan is to move to a 'bigger' club in the summer if I'm lucky, if not I'll need to remain at Warriors and try my best.

Warriors: November 2021

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The final month of the twenty twenty one season is upon us and with just one league game remaining we have nothing to play for while our opponents, Albirex (S) can still win the S.League title this year and topple Home United in the process - it's the one of two games to be played in the final month as we also face Cambodian side Boeung Ket in the third place playoff in the Singapore Cup at a neutral venue.

S.League - Match Day Twenty Four

The league campaign ended on a sour note with three consecutive defeats as Albirex (S) kept their slim title chances alive with a deserved three nil victory at Jurong East Stadium as Ito bagged a hat trick.

Singapore Cup - Third Place Playoff

Our final competitive game of the year saw us face Cambodia based club Boeung Ket in the Singapore Cup third placed playoff and we secured a third place in the competition thanks to a fully deserved three nil win. Attacking midfielder Loo Wu Jie, in for Mello got us off to a flyer after on three minutes before striker Mustafa doubled the score on twenty seven minutes, Mustafa's second of the game on the hour mark sealed the win - Boeung Ket were reduced to ten men though two minutes into the second half when Ung Vanthan was dismissed.

November round-up


It seems pointless to post the league table when there was just one league game remaining and we had already guaranteed a minimum of a third place finish. Home United won the league while Hougang United got the "wooden spoon" as they finished rock bottom.

Warriors: October 2021

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The penultimate month is upon us and it hasn't been a terrible season at Warriors as we've almost achieved our media expectation of a third place finish in this season's S.League. There is three league games this month, again all in the S.League as we entertain DPMM and Geylang International at Choa Chu Kang Stadium while we travel to the current champions Home United in between the home double.

S.League - Match Day Twenty One

The penulimate month began with a home fixture against struggling DPMM and we easily dispatched of them three one, eventually. Gabriel Quak got us off to a flyer after eleven minutes but Azwan Ali equalised from the spot for DPMM on thirty nine minutes. Mustafa put us back in front with fifteen minutes remaining and then Quak's second of the night sealed the win with three minutes remaining.

S.League - Match Day Twenty Two

It was then a near two week break before the side made the journey to Home United and suffered a disappointing but deserved two one loss despite Gabriel Quak getting us off to a flyer with a seventh minute strike - two second half goals from Khairul Anuar and Said turned the game around for the leaders.

S.League - Match Day Twenty Three

The month concluded with a disappointing one nil defeat at home to Geylang International, Saberin bagging the winner after twenty two minutes.

October round-up


So it's going to be a third place finish which isn't the worst in the world with just one league game remaining in this season's S.League and it means it's a two way race between Albirex (S) and Home United for who will win the title. Hougang United will finish rock bottom.

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Warriors: September 2021

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Just one league game was played last month (a two one defeat at home to Young Lions) as cup competitions took control but now we're into the month of September and three S.League games await us - we will host Balestier before back-to-back trips to Hougang United and Tampines.

S.League - Match Day Eighteen

September began with our one and only home fixture of the month against Balestier and it was a frustrating game for the Warriors players and fans as despite dominating throughout we couldn't find the breakthrough.

S.League - Match Day Nineteen

Our first of two away trips in succession took us to Hougang United and an excellent display on the road saw us record a three one victory. Goals from Brazilian Mello and defender Lim Swee Swee had us two goals up after thirty one minutes before Sawadogo halved the deficit five minutes into the second half, Ikhsan Fandi then added a third Warriors goal on seventy four minutes. We dominated against the basement side and could've easily won by a bigger margin.

S.League - Match Day Twenty

The month concluded with another poor nil nil scoreline away to Tampines, we were the better side throughout but didn't have enough quality in the final third to secure back-to-back victories.

September round-up


If we were more clinical against Balestier and Tampines then we could've been up in second place but alas we remain in third position and seven points behind the reigning champions Home United in who we face in two games time on the road. Hougang United remain as the basement side, four points behind my former employers DPMM. It's looking like we'll need to settle for a third place finish which isn't terrible as I secured trophy #1 in my managerial career.
How is Mahrez getting on for everyone? I cannot get anything out of him, the guy is continually unfit for the first game of every call up and when he is fit enough to play he contributes nothing at all, been using him as an IF on the right wing but to be honest Adam Ounas is doing a better job!

He was useless for me in the Cup of Nations, scoring one meesley goal against Uganda and I stupidly kept playing him due to his "reputation" when I perhaps shouldn't have but no one performed for me in the tournament - when you lose 4-0 or so to Zimbabwe then you're screwed.
We're free scoring and in good spirits at the moment but I can't see us producing a giant killing at Newcastle, if it was at the Kenny then maybe. Should be a cracking game though, can't understand how it hasn't been selected for TV! (I'm a Luton fan if you hadn't guessed)

It's not even on any overseas TV channels which I'm a little surprised especially considering Luton can easily cause an upset if we're complacent or they're simply better than us on the day.

When you consider the likes of Norwich vs. Chelsea or Nottingham Forest vs. Arsenal are being televised - the Newcastle/Luton game probably would've been selected if the game was at Kenilworth Road instead of St. James'.
Noo. I can't handle Celtic doing another unbeaten season, even if it's on Football Manager.
This is another one where I am nervous to take part when people are owning it

You can't do any worse than mysel. I'm still waiting for Algeria to show up at the CON.



Waste of time. We done good enough to qualify but just didn't show up at the Cup of Nations. Zero points.
Count me in.


I'm going to try and plough through it this morning/early afternoon since the weather's horrific.

Warriors: August 2021

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It was a poor(ish) month last time out as we lost three out of our five domestic games but the two important wins (vs. Geylang International and Hougang United) saw us progress through to the semi final stage of the S.League Cup. With August upon us we have the potential of seven games over five competitons including just the one league game which'll see us host Young Lions. We face Kalantan in the AFC Cup ASEAN semi finals, Balestier in the S.League Cup semi final and Home United in a two legged Singapore Cup semi final.

AFC Cup ASEAN - Final First Leg

A trip to the Malaysia Super League side Kelantan began the month of August as Kelantan secured a deserved three one victory despite Ghani giving ourselves a twelfth minute lead on the road but within twelve minutes the hosts turned the game around through Baharin and Tahir - Rusian added a third goal on fifty two minutes for Kelantan which could prove crucial.

S.League Cup - Semi Final

Just three days later we made the trip to Balestier for the S.League Cup semi final and we advanced to the final thanks to a two nil win as a second half brace from midfielder Rahim booked our place and we'll face Albirex (S) in the final.

AFC Cup ASEAN - Final Second Leg

There's going to be no AFC Cup success this season as Kelantan won the final of the ASEAN stage three two on the night and six three on aggregate. Goals from Mohammad Hasan after two minutes and Baharin on ten had the Malaysian's in control - Warriors went down to ten men on sixteen minutes when Soo Queen Cher was dismissed but Alias still pulled a goal back, Malik made it three one to Kelantan on twenty seven minutes and then Elliot Ng's goal a minute from time made no difference.

S.League Cup - Final

You won't believe it but I won a trophy! It needed a dramatic shoot-out but we beat Albirex (S) to win the S.League Cup. We fell two nil and then made it two apiece when Mello bagged a brace but the favourites retook the lead a minute after Mello's equaliser when Ito bagged his second and the game went to extra time. Inaba's goal for Albirex on one hundred and eight minutes made it four three but Rahim's dramatic equaliser seen the game go to penalties - we won the shoot-out.

Singapore Cup - Semi Final First Leg

After a dramatic first trophy in my managerial career we had to prepare for Home United in the Singapore Cup semi final first leg just four days later and the first leg ended one apiece as Khairul Anuar gave Home the lead on thirty nine minutes but Rahim levelled six minutes later.

Singapore Cup - Semi Final Second Leg

The least said about the second leg against Home United - they won three nil as Song Ui-Young second twice and Khairul Anuar also netted in between Ui-Young's double. We were brutal.

S.League - Match Day Seventeen

For the second month in a row we played just the one S.League game against Young Lions at home and a disappointing result saw the Lions secured a two one win undeservedly. My side took the lead on seventeen minutes from the penalty spot when Rahim converted, Saswadimata levelled proceedings on thirty seven minutes and then the visitors won the game with seven minutes remaining when Abdullah scored.

August round-up


Yet again it seems pointless to post the league table as just one S.League game was played by ourselves. We remain in third place, nine points behind Home United.

Warriors: July 2021

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This has arguably been one of the best seasons I've had in my managerial career, currently lying second in the S.League and just two points behind Home United (who have a game in hand) while we've progressed to the AFC Cup ASEAN final while we've got one foot in the Singapore Cup semi finals. July will see us play five games - the Singapore Cup quarter final second leg against Geylang, the S.League home game versus Albirex (S) and three S.League Cup group A fixtures against Geylang International, Home United and Hougang United.

Singapore Cup - Quarter Final Second Leg

And the month of July began with the quarter final second leg of the Singaporean Cup and despite losing two one to Geylang we still progressed five three on aggregate. Warriors took the lead in the second leg five minutes into the second period through Ghani but a Tahir brace saw the hosts win on the night but we still progressed.

S.League - Match Day Sixteen

Our one and only S.League game this month saw us host Albirex (S) who won two nil as Kamata and Nakagemi struck.

S.League Cup Group A - Match Day One

It was then time for the first of three S.League Cup Group A games as we hosted Geylang International and we began the group with a two nil victory as two second half goals from Ghani proved enough as the striker struck after fifty six and sixty four minutes.

S.League Cup Group A - Match Day Two

We had several players missing for the trip to Home United because of internationals, they easily won four nil and it could've been more.

S.League Cup Group A - Match Day Three

The final group A game saw us host Hougang United and we eased to a three nil win and progressed to the semi finals stage. Right winger El Habbib gave us the lead on twenty two minutes before left winger Elliot Ng doubled the lead five minutes later, Ng's second of the game on seventy two minutes sealed the win against Hougang.

July round-up


Just one league game was played, we lost and are down to third place. It kinda seems pointless posting the table but hey ho.


As you can see we finished in second place of the S.League Cup group A and thus secured our place in the semi final stage. Home United, as expected won the group and remained unbeaten.