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The Unfortunate Story of Western United (Season 7, Part 2): Catching headlines

2020.09.22 22:25 ritmica The Unfortunate Story of Western United (Season 7, Part 2): Catching headlines

The Unfortunate Story of Western United (Season 7, Part 2): Catching headlines
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Link to previous episodes: https://www.reddit.com/FifaCareers/comments/f19zaa/storytime_spotlight/frubogz/?utm_source=share&utm_medium=web2x

Welcome to the second episode of the seventh season of this Western United in England series! Today we will cover the Premier League season up until the end of 2025.

First half of the season

Our August concluded with a fairly convincing win against Connolly's former Brighton, which helped us regain momentum going into September. And indeed, we went on a tear. It began by defeating Bournemouth 1-0, and then the following weekend demolishing Liverpool 4-1. We went on to win comfortably against Burton in the Carabao Cup, and concluded the month by winning 5-2 against rivals Watford.
Cook's breakthrough goal against Bournemouth
Another 5-2 win followed against Fulham to start off October. International friendlies then took place (to prepare for the World Cup this coming summer), where we would defeat the Netherlands and draw against Slovenia. Around this time, Horvat also accepted a contract extension with Australia to guarantee being their manager for what may perhaps be his most significant moment to date. League play soon continued, where we would continue our tear against Stoke City by embarrassing them 4-0. Defeating West Ham 2-1 the following weekend kept us in the driver's seat; however, we would lose to them just three days later to get eliminated from the Carabao Cup.
McCalmont, Cook, Pattison and Connolly celebrating victory against Stoke
Cook scoring the winner vs West Ham
After such a dominant month, the FA had nearly no choice but to choose a Western United forward for player of the month.
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As it happened, Oliver Mottley-Henry won PL player of the month for October! This is the first time a Western United player has won such an award.
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After our Carabao Cup loss, some momentum was brought back when we defeated Newcastle 2-0 to begin November. A 3-1 loss to Haaland's Arsenal followed, though, ending our over-two-month long winning streak in the league. Another international break then commenced, where Horvat would be utterly dismayed by the sheer ineptitude of his side, as Australia lost to (also Haaland's) Norway 5-0, and then Iceland 3-1. Horvat looked to gain retribution in the league, but returned to a 0-0 showing against bottom-table Sheffield. A pivotal 3-1 win against Spurs capped off the month though, which provided some hope for the rest of the calendar year.
Our December started off strong, with wins against Aston Villa and Leicester. However, we quickly fell behind by losing to Manchester United 2-0 at Old Trafford, Everton 3-1 at Wyndham, and Norwich 1-0 away. These games (especially the last one) were acute blows to our confidence as we transitioned into the last two games of 2025. Our next one--Liverpool--stood as a key game to determine whether or not we really mean serious business this season in terms of contending for Europe. This game proved to be a worthwhile endeavor for both teams, with Liverpool taking the lead early. However, a pivotal goal from Mottley-Henry late in the game tied it, and later in stoppage time, the ball was at his feet.
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At the last possible moment, Harvey Thomas takes us home with the three points, yet again against Liverpool! Surely they are quite irritated by us by now.
Klopp in shambles
Sharing points against Bournemouth was our final act of 2025, which unfortunately left us in a very interesting position heading into the rest of our most imperative season yet.
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Notable players so far

To no one's surprise, Connolly has re-acclimated himself very well to the Western United system. He currently ties for the lead in Premier League goals with 17, and ties for second place in assists with 10. And once again, Mottley-Henry has been integral to our success, and currently boasts 6 goals and 8 assists. Most likely to everyone's surprise, though, our other starting forward Sam Cook has scored more goals (7) than Mottley-Henry in the league so far; he also has 4 assists to his name. Horvat certainly knew what he was getting into by essentially doubling up our attacking prowess at the end of last season, and it has undoubtedly paid off.
As for our midfielders, Pattison, McCalmont, and Collins have all been quite solid. Our two natural CAMs--Alexander and Cox--have also shown great promise, indicating they should definitely be included in the squad more often in the future. Our defenders are also arguably having their best collective season yet, with McGinley, Morris, Hume, and Galloway (in his final year with us) all stepping up with success to assist Roberts in front of goal.

Transfer news

Initially, Horvat's plans for who to sign on a pre-contract were dependent on Galloway's eventual departure (i.e. a new right back was in order). However, the board all season has been insistent on Horvat signing a crucial forward. This sparks bewilderment, considering Connolly's recent arrival and our overall strongest point in the team being the front line. Alas, to keep the board content, Horvat searched for a forward. Not wanting to clutter the roster too much, he also decided against signing a new right back entirely, instead proposing a future formation change in a highly unorthodox move.
Horvat searched for a forward who could play on the wing and cover all areas of it, who looked for something greater in his career, and who brought a necessary perspective to the team. Surprisingly, the choice was easy.
Welcome, Pedro Alende Lopez!
Pedro Alende Lopez
After feeling distraught fighting for scraps at Huddersfield, Pedro has officially made history as Western United's first signing from a country other than the UK, Australia, or New Zealand. However, as he is being signed from a team within the UK (and considering the team's eagerness to compete on the continental stage), the board was not at all displeased, and neither were any other parties involved.
Starting next season, Horvat plans to implement Pedro into the squad at right midfielder as so:
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This is a modified 3-4-2-1, which can also be interpreted as a 4-4-2. Tradition indicates Western United should not waver from the 4-3-3, but necessity dictates change, Horvat argues. He believes this formation to be optimal in gleaning the best traits out of each individual player who has proven to most contribute to the team's overall success. Only time will tell how valuable this change will be for the club in the future.
In addition to signing Pedro, Horvat also looks to load off some older players who have nonetheless greatly contributed to the club over the years. Ferrier, Galloway, Melling, and Kitto will all say goodbye after this season, but not without respectable ceremony. Also, Okenabirhie has been transfer listed, as he never really got going for us in the top flight.

Youth academy progress

One player has been called up to the senior team.
Elliot Griffiths
Elliot Griffiths is currently very underwhelming, but hopefully various loan spells will help him grow as a decent defender.

Conclusion

That concludes this episode of this Western United in England series! The next episode will go over the rest of our third Premier League season as we seriously contend for European football.
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2020.09.21 16:33 starchini Sighting: Manchester, UK. 12:24pm (approx)

2 video links below.
Edit: Is it possible to identify the plane in the footage, since we know the time, the approx location, and the direction of travel? Is there a website or service that does this?
Time/Date: 12:24 / 21.09.20 Location: https://goo.gl/maps/rvxNA7EwZESgAAfZ8 (Manchester Airport) Direction of travel: Easterly direction.
Living near Manchester airport I'm always looking at the planes as they pass over. However, on this particular occasion, I noticed something rather odd.
The familiar sight of a contrail in the sky was accompanied by two lights above and below the plane that was making the contrail.
The two lights seemed to travel in the same easterly direction as the plane but, the plane was travelling much faster and soon left the lights behind.
The lights, although travelling in a straight line, seemed to amble slowly along in parallel to each other. Each had a slow pulsing quality to it. One if the lights disappeared sooner than the other. Then after about 4/5 minutes (approx) of me watching, the final light pulses got weaker and weaker until it faded from view.
There a lot of things this could have been but, ultimately, it's unidentifiable to me. I wish it would have done more physics defying acrobatics to really narrow down the possibilities but, alas, it did not. It's all I got.
Links:
Video 1: https://youtu.be/Q8odAIefxps Video 2: https://youtu.be/XyDugte9hvg
Notes on the video. I was stood in sunlight when shooting this so it was hard to see the screen, hence there are some framing issues.
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2020.09.21 00:53 BigfootDogmanReports Is There a Serial Pusher in Manchester? Don't Walk in the Tunnel of Doom. Death at the Devil's Urinal. Part 1

Is There a Serial Pusher in Manchester? Don't Walk in the Tunnel of Doom. Death at the Devil's Urinal. Part 1
A Visit To the Devil’s Urinal. - The Manchester Murder Mystery
Is there a serial killer loose in Manchester, and if so how has he been allowed to kill constantly for years and remain hidden. Shockingly when checking figures only the men found deceased on the canal are counted in the ‘Pushers’ death toll. And they are only counted if they are found along a small stretch of the canal within the inner city. On the 11th of January, 2015, British tabloid The Daily Star made the connection after using the Freedom of Information Act to check the number of deaths along the canal system, the Star's report revealed that 61 bodies had been pulled from the waters of Manchester in the last six years.
The Manchester ship canal runs all the way to the coast, and has many tributaries, yet the cases on these stretches are neither counted or investigated. In 2020 Reynard Sinaga was convicted of a number of sexual assaults on young men he helped back to his flat where he would drug them, attack them and film the ordeal. His apartment was on the canal itself, yet he is not being linked to any of the Pusher cases. Several days after his arrest the Manchester evening news reported there is no Pusher, and there will be no enquiry into the death of the many missing males who go missing here every month. There are thought to be around 90 deaths attributed to the Manchester 'Pusher' in the last 15 yrs. No deaths before this date are counted, and no missing are included in this number. 90 is the number of recovered victims. 90 Males pulled from the waterway, yet the Greater Manchester Police, Manchester City Council and the Media will tell you there is no one responsible for these deaths. If the deaths were accidental, surely safety precautions put in place would have reduced the number greatly? If these cases are due to bad lighting or hazardous walkways, why has this not been rectified. The City has Millions of pounds spent within its centre every day. Yet CCTV footage is minimal and Police presence a rarity.
And why no mention of the female victims, so many of them go missing on the Canal, in one case all that was found was a lower limb, the case was closed and reported as having “no suspicious circumstances’? Other victims' whereabouts were lost when vital CCTV evidence was 'missing' or 'unavailable' yet Manchester city centre has thousands of CCTV cameras in operation. One man phoned his parents, who stayed on the phone with him, and contacted the police. For 1 1/2 hrs the 999 call operator stayed on the line and tried to help. Yet the next day the police said although the 999 system records all calls automatically, unfortunately for this one call out of the many thousand received that day there is no record? This gentlemans phone was found many days later next to the canal in an area already searched by the police.
Man’s body was found in Greater Manchester waterway, taking the total number of deaths in the region in seven years to 85 - 3/2/16. The body of a man has been pulled from a canal in Greater Manchester. An astonishing 85 bodies - mostly men - have been pulled from the region's waterways in the last seven years. The cause behind the majority of the deaths are believed to have been established as not suspicious, but 28 are still classified as 'unexplained', resulting in open verdicts. Emergency services and a specialist diving unit were called after a body was spotted in Portland Basin at around 8.30am today. The man is white and believed to be in his 40s or 50s. A GMP spokesman said it was too early to establish how the man died or whether there are any suspicious circumstances.
Some recent deaths have caused speculation that loved ones were the victims of a serial killer they dubbed The Pusher - a psychopath who murders his targets by bundling them into the icy waters. Some families believe their claim has considerable substance not only because of the disproportionately high numbers of people to have died in the rivers, but due to the suspicious circumstances surrounding the deaths of several men.

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Man’s body found in water at Salford Quays 3/6/20 - Police are investigating after a man’s body was found in water at Salford Quays. Shortly before 1pm today the body of a man was discovered in the water near the Salford Watersports Centre. His body was recovered from the water by Greater Manchester Fire crews along with police.
A little like the Smiley faced killer in America the Pusher has a penchant for young men. Although as of yet no handy signature has been left at the scene. The men are often out in town, enjoying a meet up with mates, or spending their hard earned wages from the previous few days. The men, some of which are boys, are often separated from their friends for one reason or another. Many of them have phones and wallets intact when found. Which speaks of no robbery and the ability to get a cab home. So how do they vanish and appear in or next too Manchester's notorious water way?
One local resident called the Canal the ‘Devils Urinal’ due to the number of crimes committed along it's stretch and the many hundreds of people it has killed in the history of its existence. My Grt, Grt grand parents on my Mothers side left Ireland to build the canal in the 1890’s. Tinkers and Navvies they were called. Hard working men who were paid pennies to work in the deadly conditions. The canal which is really a River system made it easier for goods to be transported between Manchester and the docks at Liverpool. It made Manchester an inland port and changed the fortunes for many, good and bad. 130 men were killed during its construction. And many perished later due to the harsh working conditions. The canal was bombed over and over during the war, it shaped the city of my birth. Gone are the original communities like Hanky park and Langworthy. Over 200 years and the deaths continue, many of the cases closed regardless of circumstances. Many petitions have been presented from families asking for an inquiry into the deaths.
The next case we look at I feel should be high on the list of investigations to be re-opened.The glaring incompetence of the Police in this case was so bad it almost smacks of a cover up. It is at the very least gross negligence. Like most of the cases there was very little investigation done. People even today have the 'they were drunk' attitude when it comes to these cases. Or even worse, 'they put themselves in danger by being where they were'. Yet millions of people visit the city centre night clubs and bars everyday, restaurants, cafes and shops and make it home just fine. These cases are different. And when you see them all together you begin to realise there could be something to the rumours that a killer or several killers are at large in the Manchester area. Times that by every waterway, in every city and the figures become staggering.
Find out who Killed our Son!' Parents hear "Howls and Screams" in their son's final call? - Tragic David Plunkett’s chilling screams, heard by a 999 call handler, were not taped because the recorder was not working, claimed GMP Police. The officer who dealt with the “distressing” call was so appalled by the blunder she later resigned. The phone call from David, 21, who came from Halifax, W Yorks, was the last anyone heard from him before he was found dead in the Manchester Ship Canal three weeks later. He vanished after leaving a nightclub at Trafford Park near Manchester in April 2004. His reason for being ejected? he pushed into a queue for the gents toilets. This sadly changed the course of his life and left his family and friends devastated.
At his inquest we heard that his anguished parents rang him to check if he was OK after hearing he had lost his pals. He started to scream and howl. They dialled 999 on another phone and held the two handsets together so the police operator could hear his distress. It was the last time they spoke to their son. The pair called their son's phone the night he died, only to hear terrified screams. Anne said: 'The screaming and howling was so unearthly that you just felt it had to be something.'
This message was Issued from a former GMP officer who handled the call. The woman, who we are not naming, said: “I took a very distressing 999 call.” She said David had been “in a distressed state” during the call with his parents “but they could not hear anything other than their son screaming”. She added: “I dealt with them for well over an hour, trying to sort out assistance for them and him. "The incident still haunts me to this date and with every death I see reported in the news I become more and more convinced that these are murders and not accidents.”
A pathologist said the likely cause of death was drowning and the inquest ruled it was accidental. But David’s mum Anne, 66, disagrees. And she hit out at the police probe into her son’s death. The retired head teacher said: “Someone is responsible for David’s death. The police investigation was unacceptable. "It was a case of ‘young man, too much to drink, falls into the canal, end of story’. "But so many important factors were ignored and there were versions of events that simply did not add up.”
David Plunkett had been at a concert at the Daytona Racetrack, also in Trafford Park, before he went missing in April 2004. Recalling the last time she spoke to her son, Anne said: “I could barely make out what he was saying. "He started screaming and howling. "It was extremely distressing. "I thought he was being attacked. “We rang the police and put the phone to them but it soon went dead. "It later turned out the call wasn’t recorded because the tape recorder wasn’t working. "It really does beggar belief.” Anne said her brother found David’s phone upstream from the body – despite an earlier police search. She added: “The whole case leaves more questions than answers. "He could have been attacked, he could have had his drink spiked. "Anything could have happened.”

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"In the early hours of the morning, the phone went and it was David's friend Michael," his mother, Anne, stated. "He said he'd lost David and was trying to get in touch with him. He said he and David had lost each other in the club, and I just said to close the phone and I'd try to call David. It took about three attempts before David answered, but he didn't speak. The first thing that struck me was the quietness of where David was. It was virtually silent. All I could hear was the sound of him walking, that was evident from his breathing, and I said, 'Do you know where you are? Are you in Manchester? Do you recognise anything?' – but I got no response from him. And then, about seven or eight minutes into the call, there was suddenly this ghastly screaming. I started crying, handed the phone to my husband, Mike, and I made a 999 call"
"The screaming I heard," continues Mike, "made me feel like David had seen something that had terrified him." Then at 4:30 AM," says Anne, "the phone just went dead."
It took the police two weeks to find his body in the canal. They claimed to have searched the area and nothing was found. His uncle found his phone not too far from where his body was recovered after the supposed police search. What happened to David that night. The area of the nightclub is well lit, there are taxis outside and lots of numbers advertised in the foyer. walking towards the lights makes far more sense than wandering out of the bustle and towards the canal. Why did David not contact his friend? Were there any missed calls or texts between them? Why did the police not track David's phone and his movements that night. There is CCTV coverage in the area. Even though it was late people would have been around. It's a popular area even at night. Was anything missing from David when he was finally recovered. Were there any signs of injury? Sadly the case is now closed and there will be no further investigations or enquiries made.
A Man was Hurled into a Canal at night - Rumours of a possible serial attacker have been revived after a 34-year-old office worker was thrown into the city’s Bridgewater canal then kicked back in as he tried to save himself from drowning. The victim, who said he almost drowned after his legs became tangled in his bicycle while he was below the surface of the canal, said he had asked police about the “Manchester pusher” legend and that “they were well aware of the stories”. “I definitely feel like I’m lucky to be alive. I could easily have drowned because of what he did,” The Pusher was described as a white male aged between 20-40, he is of average height and was wearing a black jacket.
Tom says he is "disappointed" with the police response and said the canals were the perfect place for crime. "It's pitch black down there," he said. "There's no lights. You look up, someone catches your eye and then in four seconds you're in dirty water."
Tom is right, it takes a split second to push someone into the murky waters of the canal. There are areas below the bridges and walkways where you do not walk at night or in the day for fear of your safety. Many drugs deals, robberies and hate crimes take place in these hidden spots. Out of the way from busy shoppers and party goers. Once you leave the bright lights of central Manchester you are confronted with an almost Victorian street mentality. Pickpockets, homeless folk and thieves are around every corner. Add to this the lack of officers to attend incidents and you have a perfect melting pot for committing crime and getting away with it. If you want to steal someone’s phone, money, sense of security or life, do it in the back streets of Manchester and you won't have to pay a price.
8/6/18 Orlando Nyero was celebrating his 19th birthday in Manchester. Three days later his body was pulled from the Canal, which runs through the heart of the city. But he was not the first man to be found in that very spot, another victim had already died after a night out, and his body was discovered only 3 months earlier. Orlando was found in the same waterway as student Charlie Pope, also 19. Orlando and Charlie are among 90 people who have been recovered dead from Greater Manchester’s canals since 2007. There are many more who are reported missing never to be found.
Nick Pope spoke about his son Charlie and his mysterious death ""Look around here, it's just a bloody death trap," he says, as people drink outside at tables a few metres from the water's edge" The lighting is bad and there is no CCTV. Nobody knows what happened to Charlie that night. Three months later Orlando was found in almost the same spot. 19-year-old, Orlando Nyero, drowned a few hundred metres further down the same stretch of water. Orlando's brother, Sam Abui, was with him that night and said they had been celebrating a birthday in the city. "The police said it was an accident. It was a tragic accident," he said.
Manchester City Centre is a hot spot for tourists and party goers alike, there is also a huge student population close to the centre as Manchester has a number of colleges, universities and teaching hospitals. Thousands of people visit the city each day and the evenings are no exception. Yet step two streets away from the bright lights and you will find yourself in the city's seedy underbelly. The central gardens in Piccadilly are a very good example of this. Many years ago the gardens were a lovely place to be. I would often sit there and eat my lunch each day, as I worked in the city centre, but at night it was a place to be avoided. Drug pushers and drunks abound, and one street away you have the heart of the city's red light district. Now sadly you have to avoid the back streets and the gardens even in the daytime, the police are short handed and understaffed. There is no help out there on the streets other than your own. People are killed, raped and attacked on an almost daily basis.
Yet the City Council, the local newspaper and media will deny there is a problem, numerous times it has been stated there is not a problem in Manchester when it comes to crime. The men and women pulled from the canal are in there by choice, or due to bad judgement of their own. The powers that be refuse to admit there is a problem with 'date rape' drugs, yet hundreds of cases are handled by Greater Manchester police each year. In the past year alone two men have been arrested and jailed for this very crime.
Police have charged a man over the death of popular Northern Quarter chef Hiran Chauhan whose body was found wrapped in plastic in woodland close to Buile Hill Park in Salford shortly before 8.10am on Tuesday 9 July 2019. Police descended on a small patch of woodland close to Buile Hill Park at around 8:10 am 9/7/20 after they were alerted to a body having been found by school children which appeared to be wrapped in plastic. The children were heading to school for morning lessons at the nearby Buile Hill Academy when the grisly discovery was made.

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Hiran had last been seen making his way home from work in Manchester on the 2nd of July, he later was seen exiting a tram at Langworthy at around 11:31pm but tragically he never made it to his room in a rented house he shared with others. Neil Cuckson (16/10/1987) of Eccles Old Road in Salford has been charged with Administering a Noxious Substance, Supplying class A and class C controlled drugs, Perverting the Course of Justice and Preventing Lawful Burial and will appear at Manchester Crown Court, Crown Square on Thursday December 19 2019.
Reynhard Sinaga: 'Evil sexual predator' jailed for life for 159 attacks - Reynhard Sinaga was found guilty of luring 48 men from outside Manchester clubs to his flat, where he drugged and assaulted them - filming the attacks. Police say they have evidence Sinaga, 36, who is being named for the first time, targeted at least 190 victims. The Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) said Sinaga was "the most prolific rapist in British legal history". The judge ruled his life sentence must include a minimum of 30 years in jail. The postgraduate student was already serving life, with a minimum term of 20 years, for the offences he was convicted of in two earlier trials, which took place in summer 2018 and last spring.
Detectives say they have been unable to identify a further 70 victims and are now appealing for anyone who believes they may have been abused by Sinaga to come forward. At the hearing, Judge Suzanne Goddard QC said Sinaga was "an evil serial predator who has preyed upon young men" who wanted "nothing more than a good night out with their friends". "In my judgment you are a highly dangerous, cunning and deceitful individual who will never be safe to be released," she said - adding that the decision to release prisoners is made by the Parole Board.

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Sinaga would wait for men leaving nightclubs and bars before leading them to his flat in Montana House, Princess Street, often with the offer of somewhere to have a drink or call a taxi. He drugged his victims before assaulting them while they were unconscious. When the victims woke up many of them had no memory of what had happened. The student, who denied the charges, had claimed all the activity was consensual and that each man had agreed to being filmed while pretending to be asleep - a defence described by the judge as "ludicrous".
At an earlier sentencing, the judge said she was sure that Sinaga had used a form of date rape drug such as GHB. The rapist was caught in June 2017 when one victim, who regained consciousness while being assaulted, fought Sinaga off and called the police. Assistant Chief Constable Mabbs Hussain said the true extent of Sinaga's offending would probably never be known. "We suspect he's offended over a period of 10 years," he said. "The information and evidence we are going from is largely from trophies that he's collected from the victims of his crimes." Investigators traced dozens of victims from the videos using clues found in Sinaga's Manchester flat, such as stolen phones, ID cards and watches.
The flat mentioned in the article was situated ideally for Sinaga, in fact it was on canal street itself, his balcony overlooked the canal. Was he responsible for any of the mystery deaths, it would be easy to quietly push somebody from your first floor level into the canal below. Or to slip out of the building with a rug or suitcase in the dead of night and rid yourself of a problem. Yet the police state there is no connection between Sinaga and any of the 'Pushers' suspected victims. It would have been very easy for him to pick up lone males and offer his help. Come back to mine, phone a taxi and we can have a drink while you wait, was probably said a hundred times by Sinaga. How many other Sinaga’s are out there, unknown? How many have there been before him, predatory males, who use Manchester centre as their dumping ground?
I grew up in Manchester in the 70’s and 80’s. I was a young lass when the Yorkshire ripper cases started to be reported. I remember another level of fear each time a new body was recovered. I remember curfews for women and men questioned by police because they had a Northern accent or drove for a living. I remember the tape of Wearside Jack being played in school assemblies and on the TV at home. I remember our neighbour being murdered around that time, she was coming home from the pub. She was so badly disfigured and abused by her murderer the police counted her as a Ripper victim until her killer was caught. And I remember the snide remarks of “well she put herself in that position” “if she had been home seeing to her husband this would not have happened” I was so shocked by these comments they still sit with me. And yet 40 yrs on it's still a popular public opinion.
I highly doubt the lady in question set out that night intending to be cruelly killed, disemboweled and left for dead on scrap land within feet of her own front door. Back then the ladies would work all week and on a saturday, with their best frock on and hair newly set and ready they would go to bingo or down to the local pub or club, for a few port and lemons and a natter with their friends. Pubs shut at 10.30pm then. Back home with a chippy supper and hopes of a lie in tomorrow morning were probably the last actions and thoughts she had. She was somebody's Mum, sister, daughter and wife, an aunt and a niece and probably someone's best friend. And because she joined her friends from the mill or factory for a drink she deserved what came her way. That's shocking, but what shocks me more is 40 years later we utter the same words. “If he was at home this wouldn't have happened” “why put yourself in that position” has been said about every one of the missing males found in the Canal. And they are someone’s son, father, brother, uncle and nephew, they had mates they went to the gym with, or played footy with as kids. Ordinary working class lads letting their hair down and having a good time, before it's back to work on Monday morning. We all did this and still do, in towns and cities across the UK. Getting spruced up and meeting your mates after working all week was the norm. I remember hundreds of times I rushed back home on payday to get ready to go out when I was young, free and single. I have attended 18th’s, 21st’s, Hen do’s, Birthdays in the pubs and clubs. And made it home safe and sound each time. I am one of the lucky ones. see part 2
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2020.09.20 12:23 donny126 [Next Day Discussion Thread] Manchester United 1-3 Crystal Palace - EPL

FT: Manchester United 1-3 Crystal Palace
Link to Match Thread
Link to Post Match Thread
The idea of creating Next-Day Discussion Threads is to offer a platform for those who have seen the match, and inform those who haven't, while also encouraging more in-depth discussion than in the original thread. Serious replies are preferred rather than 'hot takes', and tactical analysis is welcomed.
Goalscorers: Townsend 6’, Zaha (pen) 72’, Van De Beek 81’ Zaha 84’
Venue: Old Trafford, Manchester
Date: 19/09/2020, 17:30 BST
Referee: Martin Atkinson
LINEUPS
Manchester United 4-2-3-1 - Ole Gunnar Solskjær
De Gea, Shaw, Maguire(c), Lindelöf, Fosu-Mensah, McTominay, Pogba, James(Greenwood 46’), Fernandes, Rashford, Martial
Subs: Henderson, Bailly, Wan-Bissaka, Fred, Van de Beek, Greenwood, Ighalo
Crystal Palace 4-4-2 - Roy Hodgson
Guaita, Mitchell, Sakho, Kouyaté, Ward, Schlupp, McCarthy, McCarthur, Townsend, Ayew, Zaha(c)
Subs: Hennessey, Kelly, Inniss, Meyer, Eze, Milivojević, Batshuayi
Manchester United Stats Crystal Palace
76% Possession 24%
17 Shots 14
4 Shots on Target 5
9 Corners 3
13 Fouls 9
2 Yellow Cards 1
0 Penalties 1
DISCUSSION POINTS
  1. VAR - The Lindelof handball in relation to new Premier League rules - https://www.premierleague.com/news/1820123 and any perceived inconsistency including with the retake.
  2. Squad building and transfer policy at Manchester United - The Glazers and Ed Woodward. Luke Shaw: We need more players
  3. The tactical success of Crystal Palace given they had 24% possession yet a similar number of chances. Potentially also the failings of United in converting possession in to chances.
  4. The future and potential of Zaha given reported interest in him from other clubs.
Match summary
Wilfried Zaha scored twice as Crystal Palace beat Manchester United 3-1 for back-to-back victories at Old Trafford.
Andros Townsend's close-range finish gave Palace the lead after seven minutes and David De Gea twice denied Jordan Ayew as the away side threatened on the counter.
A penalty for handball by Victor Lindelof, awarded after referee Martin Atkinson had reviewed the incident, was converted at the second attempt.
Ayew's spot-kick was saved, but the VAR adjudged De Gea had come off his line too early and the retaken penalty was converted by Zaha on 74 minutes.
Substitute Donny van de Beek poked in six minutes later on his debut to reduce the deficit.
But Zaha's low finish sealed the three points with five minutes remaining to continue Palace's winning start to the season.
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2020.09.19 20:27 donny126 Post Match Thread: Manchester United 1-3 Crystal Palace

Link to the Match Thread: Manchester United v Crystal Palace
FT: Manchester United 1-3 Crystal Palace
Goalscorers: Townsend 6’, Zaha (pen) 72’, Van De Beek 81’ Zaha 84’
Venue: Old Trafford, Manchester
Date: 19/09/2020, 17:30 BST
Referee: Martin Atkinson
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LINEUPS
Manchester United 4-2-3-1 - Ole Gunnar Solskjær
De Gea, Shaw, Maguire(c), Lindelöf, Fosu-Mensah, McTominay, Pogba, James(Greenwood 46’), Fernandes, Rashford, Martial
Subs: Henderson, Bailly, Wan-Bissaka, Fred, Van de Beek, Greenwood, Ighalo
Crystal Palace 4-4-2 - Roy Hodgson
Guaita, Mitchell, Sakho, Kouyaté, Ward, Schlupp, McCarthy, McCarthur, Townsend, Ayew, Zaha(c)
Subs: Hennessey, Kelly, Inniss, Meyer, Eze, Milivojević, Batshuayi
Refreshing comments page
Match Events
0’: Palace kick off the game
6’: GOAAAAL Brilliant finish from Townsend in to the bottom right corner following a Schlupp cross
20’: United’s first real chance of the game. Pogba gets past his marker and shoots from 20 yards. Guaita is able to catch the ball at his near post.
39’: Long VAR check for a penalty. Eventually they decide it’s a free kick for a foul in the build up.
45’: Close, Ayew shoots straight at De Gea from 8 yards. Good save that deflects out for a corner.
HALF TIME
46’: Greenwood replaces James
48’: McTominay loses the ball allowing Ayew to run through. His shot from 20 yards is straight at De Gea
50’: Pogba beats his man again but his shot from 25 yards is easy for Guiata to claim.
53’: Panic in the United box as Townsend fashions a shot. Deflected behind for a corner
54’: Ward is given a yellow card for shirt pulling.
57’: Fosu-Mensah gets a yellow for a late tackle
59’: Greenwood misses a header from 8 yards out. Should have at least hit the target from there.
63’: Maguire receives a yellow card for taking down Zaha.
66’: Zaha has the ball in the net but the linesman correctly calls an offside.
68’: Lindelof skews a chance over from 8 yards out following a corner.
69’: Ayew is through on goal and hits the ball at Lindelof’s right arm. VAR check...
70’: Despite Neville’s protests Palace have a penalty!
71’: SAVED! Weak penalty and De Gea pushes it to one side. But... VAR says retake for De Gea being off the line. Neville is now fuming.
72’: GOAAAAL Zaha steps up and tucks away from the spot
81’: GOAAAL Van De Beek scores from 6 yards out following pinball in the box.
84’: GOAAAAAL Zaha tucks away from 14 yards following a counter.
86’: Zaha given man of the match by Neville
FT - Great tactical performance from Palace.


Manchester United Stats Crystal Palace
76% Possession 24%
17 Shots 14
4 Shots on Target 5
9 Corners 3
13 Fouls 9
2 Yellow Cards 1
0 Penalties 1

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2020.09.19 18:11 donny126 Match Thread: Manchester United v Crystal Palace

LIVE SCORE: Manchester United 1-3 Crystal Palace
Goalscorers: Townsend 6’, Zaha (pen) 72’, Van De Beek 81’ Zaha 84’
Venue: Old Trafford, Manchester
Date: 19/09/2020, 17:30 BST
Referee: Martin Atkinson
Find your legal broadcast here
LINEUPS
Manchester United 4-2-3-1 - Ole Gunnar Solskjær
De Gea, Shaw, Maguire(c), Lindelöf, Fosu-Mensah, McTominay, Pogba, James(Greenwood 46’), Fernandes, Rashford, Martial
Subs: Henderson, Bailly, Wan-Bissaka, Fred, Van de Beek, Greenwood, Ighalo
Crystal Palace 4-4-2 - Roy Hodgson
Guaita, Mitchell, Sakho, Kouyaté, Ward, Schlupp, McCarthy, McCarthur, Townsend, Ayew, Zaha(c)
Subs: Hennessey, Kelly, Inniss, Meyer, Eze, Milivojević, Batshuayi
Refreshing comments page
Match Events
0’: Palace kick off the game
6’: GOAAAAL Brilliant finish from Townsend in to the bottom right corner following a Schlupp cross
20’: United’s first real chance of the game. Pogba gets past his marker and shoots from 20 yards. Guaita is able to catch the ball at his near post.
39’: Long VAR check for a penalty. Eventually they decide it’s a free kick for a foul in the build up.
45’: Close, Ayew shoots straight at De Gea from 8 yards. Good save that deflects out for a corner.
HALF TIME
46’: Greenwood replaces James
48’: McTominay loses the ball allowing Ayew to run through. His shot from 20 yards is straight at De Gea
50’: Pogba beats his man again but his shot from 25 yards is easy for Guiata to claim.
53’: Panic in the United box as Townsend fashions a shot. Deflected behind for a corner
54’: Ward is given a yellow card for shirt pulling.
57’: Fosu-Mensah gets a yellow for a late tackle
59’: Greenwood misses a header from 8 yards out. Should have at least hit the target from there.
63’: Maguire receives a yellow card for taking down Zaha.
66’: Zaha has the ball in the net but the linesman correctly calls an offside.
68’: Lindelof skews a chance over from 8 yards out following a corner.
69’: Ayew is through on goal and hits the ball at Lindelof’s right arm. VAR check...
70’: Despite Neville’s protests Palace have a penalty!
71’: SAVED! Weak penalty and De Gea pushes it to one side. But... VAR says retake for De Gea being off the line. Neville is now fuming.
72’: GOAAAAL Zaha steps up and tucks away from the spot
81’: GOAAAL Van De Beek scores from 6 yards out following pinball in the box.
84’: GOAAAAAL Zaha tucks away from 14 yards following a counter.
86’: Zaha given man of the match by Neville
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2020.09.18 19:31 AngryBat12 I think a girl likes me, but how can I be sure?

At the start of the school year, girls joined my school in Manchester. Many transferred from surrounding schools. There is one girl in particular who I think might like me. Over the first week we started to get to know each other quite well, talking in person and online, and it turns out we have similar tastes in films, TV shows, food, and some school subjects. Anyway, last week she asked me if I wanted to go get some lunch with her and one of her friends, so I did, and we had a pretty good time.
During that time she started to hint (I think) that she liked me. Somehow we ended up talking about accents, and in particular Scottish accent. She then said something along the lines of 'OMG I really want to date a Scottish person at least once in my life'. The thing is, I told her I was Scottish only a few hours before.
Since then I have been going out to lunch with her almost every day, and we get along really well and I quite like her. She often compliments me and the things that I do.
What should I do now? Wait some more time? (I have known her for about 3-4 weeks now)
Thanks in advance
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2020.09.17 16:56 somenerdIguess (Build Request) brOke bOi

What will you be doing with this PC? Be as specific as possible, and include specific games or programs you will be using. Gaming, Minecraft *maybe with shaders?* CS:GO,Rocket League, if possible Modern Warzone.
What is your maximum budget before rebates/shipping/taxes? 400, can strech out to 480.
When do you plan on building/buying the PC? Note: beyond a week or two from today means any build you receive will be out of date when you want to buy. Next month.Or in like 1 week.
What, exactly, do you need included in the budget? (ToweOS/monitokeyboard/mouse/etc) Tower.
Which country (and state/province) will you be purchasing the parts in? If you're in US, do you have access to a Microcenter location? UK,Greater Manchester. If reusing any parts (including monitor(s)/keyboard/mouse/etc), what parts will you be reusing? Brands and models are appreciated. Reusing nothing,this is my first build.
Will you be overclocking? If yes, are you interested in overclocking right away, or down the line? CPU and/or GPU? Uh down the line,I am new to tech and everything.
Are there any specific features or items you want/need in the build? (ex: SSD, large amount of storage or a RAID setup, CUDA or OpenCL support, etc) SSD.
Do you have any specific case preferences (Size like ITX/microATX/mid-towefull-tower, styles, colors, window or not, LED lighting, etc), or a particular color theme preference for the components? Black-Red, Mid Tower or Micro ATX I guess.
Do you need a copy of Windows included in the budget? If you do need one included, do you have a preference? Windows 10 uh the cheapest one.
Extra info or particulars: broke boi want play gam
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2020.09.16 20:17 somenerdIguess Starter Gaming PC.

What will you be doing with this PC? Be as specific as possible, and include specific games or programs you will be using.
CS:GO,RocketLeague,Fortnite,Minecraft, if possible COD.
What is your maximum budget before rebates/shipping/taxes?
280-300
When do you plan on building/buying the PC? Note: beyond a week or two from today means any build you receive will be out of date when you want to buy.
Soon/This Month.
What, exactly, do you need included in the budget? (ToweOS/monitokeyboard/mouse/etc)
Just the Tower.
Which country (and state/province) will you be purchasing the parts in? If you're in US, do you have access to a Microcenter location? England, Greater Manchester.
If reusing any parts (including monitor(s)/keyboard/mouse/etc), what parts will you be reusing? Brands and models are appreciated. No,this is my first ever build.
Will you be overclocking? If yes, are you interested in overclocking right away, or down the line? CPU and/or Gpu Yes, but I am really new to tech so down the line I guess.
Are there any specific features or items you want/need in the build? (ex: SSD, large amount of storage or a RAID setup, CUDA or OpenCL support, etc) SSD.
Do you have any specific case preferences (Size like ITX/microATX/mid-towefull-tower, styles, colors, window or not, LED lighting, etc), or a particular color theme preference for the components? Red and black if not red just black, rGb111!. I prefer a normal sized one like ATX.
Do you need a copy of Windows included in the budget? If you do need one included, do you have a preference? Windows 10 I guess, but don't include it in the budget.
Extra info or particulars:
AMD BOIIIIIS AMD AMD AMD. (CPU)
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2020.09.12 18:00 PresidentRaggy [MATCH THREAD] Bristol City Women vs. Chelsea FC Women (H) - 12:30 BST, 13/9 (WSL)

Date: 13 September 2020
KO: 12:30 BST/07:30 EDT
Competition: FA WSL
Venue: Kingsmeadow
Welcome to the /chelsealadiesfc match thread as the Blues host Bristol City in a league match. Here, you will find a game preview, how to follow, and our live match updates.

MATCH PREVIEW

It’s good to be back with the Blues, who opened the 2020/2021 FA WSL season with a 1-1 draw in Manchester last weekend. Sam Kerr provided the goal with a tidy finish, turning in Fran Kirby’s low cross in the 25th minute. The Red Devils leveled the score through Leah Galton in the 79th minute. Pernille Harder made her Chelsea debut with 10 minutes left to play setting up opportunities for Kirby and Erin Cuthbert, but keeper Mary Earps showed strong hands to deny Chelsea a winning goal. All in all, to echo what Emma Hayes said after the match, Chelsea need to show a bit more bite and focus on finishing goalscoring opportunities. The Blues will again have stiff competition this season from Arsenal and Manchester City -- every point counts.
This week’s opponents, Bristol City, took a 4-0 loss to Everton last weekend. Chelsea have won 10 of their last 11 games against the Robins.
HOW TO WATCH
As always, the CFCW Twitter account will provide live updates. The game will be broadcast on BBC Red Button as well. It is not scheduled on the FA Player.
LINE-UPS
Announced approximately one hour before kickoff
MATCH EVENTS
FULL TIME: Chelsea 9-0 Bristol City
Goalscorers: Kirby 15’ Mjelde 31’ (Pen) Leupolz 34’ Cuthbert 36’ Bright 40’ England 66’ Charles 69’ Harder 73’ Kerr 86’
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2020.09.11 00:24 TheRazorX ...in which civilian oversight is now a bad thing "Cause Trump"

I rarely post essays.
As someone who's lived in other parts of the world, I've been watching events unfold with a severe dread that surpasses Trump's worst desires (or projected desires).
The thing I fear, is not Trump "winning, it's not Biden "Winning", it's not even directly related to the election itself, rather it's summarized in Friedrich Nietzsche's famous quote;
He who fights with monsters should look to it that he himself does not become a monster. And if you gaze long into an abyss, the abyss also gazes into you.
This quote while widespread is often ignored or dismissed as a side point, however I've long since come to the conclusion that the intense polarization is intended as a feature not a bug, and Trump is just merely a tool in the plan that has been underway for decades.
We've reached the point where BOTH Republicans AND Democrats (speaking of actual regular voters, not politicians or bots, or those minorities on either side that were already "extremists");
Myself and thousands of others that have traveled or lived in "less free" parts of the world have constantly warned of the similarities of the "But Trump" Boogeyman strategy, and of the dangers of this strategy coming to fruition, people from those regions have spoken the warnings clearly in English and of course we're ridiculed attacked and most importantly ignored.. Because "it can't happen here". Furthermore, the truth is, we've seen many "Trumps" before in recent times.
Anyone that has ever looked at any "Authoritarian" country, recognizes a very simple fact; People enable and allow said tyranny. Consent of the Governed is in fact given to both Democratic leaders and Authoritarian leaders.
In each and every one of these countries, no matter how despicable their leaders, they always manage to find support out of a fear of one or many "Boogeymen". In MENA, the holy trinity of Boogeymen is; The USA, Israel, The Muslim Brotherhood. And depending on which part of MENA, either Iran/Saudi.
Anything and everything wrong with the country, is the fault of one of those Boogeymen, and as a result quite a few people will hate their leaders openly, know they're corrupt thieves, murderers, pedophiles...etc but still back them because at least they're "protecting us from X". They'll be outraged at whatever crime the regime commits against the people, but willingly eat up the pro-regime propaganda because "They were trouble makers that deserved it" or "They were agents of Israel/USA" or "This is a plot by Israel/USA/Iran/Saudi"..etc. The list goes on and on and on. So much so that a common "twisting" of Karl Marx's adage on religion is "Israel is the Opiate of the Arabs", a concept naturally twisted by pro-Israel parties to deflect away from Israel's actual crimes, using typical "Whataboutism"
Sound familiar?
There's no doubt those "Boogeymen" are scary and regularly commit crimes. But the fact that someone commits crimes, has never ever meant that others have not themselves committed crimes. But they want you to think that, or even worse, they want the crimes of said Boogeymen to excuse the crimes of those in their own tribes.
There's a very real reason the astroturfing efforts are focused on "So you want Trump to win?" and "So you're voting for Trump?" type messages when trying to "convince" voters to back Biden that are skeptical. So much so, they haven't even bothered to pretend otherwise. They want binary.
There's a very very VERY good reason that Bernie said we need a global progressive front, and that Yanis Varoufakis agreed., What we're seeing happen in the USA, we saw before in multiple countries. They understand that with corporate authoritarian power going multinational and coordinating on an international basis, we need an international front to fight it, and not just focus on "local" stuff, because as I'm trying to point out, you end up seeing the same tactics happen elsewhere because even those that bother to pay cursory attention think or say "it can't happen here", or more importantly, even if they do understand the possibility of it "happening here" only see it in the light of tribalism, where only "The other" is willing or capable to bring it to fruition.
We're now at the point where civilian oversight of an election is considered a "bad thing" by "Liberals", "cause Drumpf", this isn't the first (or even last) time I've heard something similar. For example, it's anecdotal, but a friend reported once that during a conversation, a very liberal and otherwise "normal" but very "Dem" co-worker mentioned that she found it "extremely creepy" that a Bernie supporter was video taping her counting votes at a precinct in 2016 when she was a volunteer poll worker. She obviously wasn't a Bernie fan.

That is the bigger threat, that is the bigger "goal" that you can easily trace going back to 1971 or even 1933. This is the culmination of everything, including Trump and the Pied Piper strategy (A strategy they continue to repeat even though we've already seen and felt the real results of it on actual people, specifically the most disadvantaged); To effectively and gradually "guide" the populace into accepting tyranny and fascism, either out of exploiting their fears, or out of giving them a sense of self righteousness in which suppressing "the other" is for a "righteous cause" or "the greater good". They've slowly convinced a large group of people across political ideologies that "Stability is more important than Freedom", Something we've seen said before by Trump's "Favorite Dictator", causing a perception shift here in the USA that we're seeing happen in real time., largely mirroring the sentiment in "non-free" countries

You're either with us, or against us is now the rallying cry across the board.. one we've heard before even here in the USA, a message that when last we heard it, it was used to justify one of the worst crimes of the modern era
The intense polarization of America along acceptance of authoritarian tolerance is a feature, not a bug. To quote the pinned tweet of one of the aforementioned accounts;
“The junk merchant doesn't sell his product to the consumer, he sells the consumer to his product. He does not improve and simplify his merchandise. He degrades and simplifies the client.”
~William S. Burroughs, Naked Lunch
Multiple studies from reputable sources have sounded the alarm that faith in democracy is fading fast, but once again, no one is listening, even when "Liberal" favorites talk about it.
To give you an example of what I mean, folks wanting the government to "verify" news (to combat fake news), completely forget (or intentionally omit) the fact that the very same laws they're recommending have already been implemented in multiple countries and only benefit the ruling regime, who use them as just another tool to silence dissident. Furthermore, there are other methods of combating disinformation that don't erode civil liberties., but we rarely hear about them in public discourse, the choice we're always given is "Give up this right, or suffer the consequences".
And a crucial but (intentionally?) overlooked fact on the free-speech debate, starts cutting through all the fog;
“Constitutional protection should be accorded only to speech that is explicitly political,” he wrote. “There is no basis for judicial intervention to protect any other form of expression, be it scientific, literary or that variety of expression we call obscene or pornographic.”
But a transformative ruling by the Supreme Court five years later began to change that thinking. The case, a challenge to a state law that banned advertising the prices of prescription drugs, was filed by Public Citizen, a consumer rights group founded by Ralph Nader. The group argued that the law hurt consumers, and helped persuade the court, in Virginia State Board of Pharmacy v. Virginia Citizens Consumer Council, to protect advertising and other commercial speech.
The only dissent in the decision came from Justice William H. Rehnquist, the court’s most conservative member.
Kathleen M. Sullivan, a former dean of Stanford Law School, wrote that it did not take long for corporations to see the opportunities presented by the decision.
“While the case was litigated by consumer protection advocates,” she wrote in the Harvard Law Review, “corporate speakers soon became the principal beneficiaries of subsequent rulings that, for example, struck down restrictions on including alcohol content on beer can labels, limitations on outdoor tobacco advertising near schools and rules governing how compounded drugs may be advertised.”
That trend has continued, with businesses mounting First Amendment challenges to gun control laws, securities regulations, country-of-origin labels, graphic cigarette warnings and limits on off-label drug marketing.
“I was a bit queasy about it because I had the sense that we were unleashing something, but nowhere near what happened,” Mr. Nader said. “It was one of the biggest boomerangs in judicial cases ever.”
“I couldn’t be Merlin,” he added. “We never thought the judiciary would be as conservative or corporate. This was an expansion that was not preordained by doctrine. It was preordained by the political philosophies of judges.”
Not all of the liberal scholars and lawyers who helped create modern First Amendment law are disappointed. Martin Redish, a law professor at Northwestern University, who wrote a seminal 1971 article proposing First Amendment protection for commercial speech, said he was pleased with the Roberts court’s decisions.
“Its most important contributions are in the commercial speech and corporate speech areas,” he said. “It’s a workmanlike, common sense approach.”
Liberals also played a key role in creating modern campaign finance law in Buckley v. Valeo, the 1976 decision that struck down limits on political spending by individuals and was the basis for Citizens United, the 2010 decision that did away with similar limits for corporations and unions.
One plaintiff was Senator Eugene J. McCarthy, Democrat of Minnesota, who had challenged President Lyndon B. Johnson in the 1968 presidential primaries — from the left. Another was the American Civil Liberties Union’s New York affiliate.
Professor Neuborne, a former A.C.L.U. lawyer, said he now regrets the role he played in winning the case. “I signed the brief in Buckley,” he said. “I’m going to spend long amounts of time in purgatory.”
To Professor Seidman, cases like these were part of what he describes as a right-wing takeover of the First Amendment since the liberal victories in the years Chief Justice Earl Warren led the Supreme Court.
“With the receding of Warren court liberalism, free-speech law took a sharp right turn,” Professor Seidman wrote in a new article to be published in the Columbia Law Review. “Instead of providing a shield for the powerless, the First Amendment became a sword used by people at the apex of the American hierarchy of power. Among its victims: proponents of campaign finance reform, opponents of cigarette addiction, the L.B.G.T.Q. community, labor unions, animal rights advocates, environmentalists, targets of hate speech and abortion providers.
Yet, almost all the discourse in free speech debates/"Cancel culture" is focused on anything EXCEPT the corporate aspect, and naturally ignores the only groups actually and truly at a disadvantage.. Joy Ann Reid's was never "cancelled" for her Islamophobia, bigotry, racism, antisemitism...etc , but was rather rewarded with a prime time show, and many of the same "liberals" applaud her regularly.
And obviously on the Right, none of them are "Cancelled" for any obvious transgressions.
It starts getting clearer when you realize what types of people are "agreeing" with each other on the subject, and who certain folks decided to target
All that paints a very clear picture; Only your rights should be revoked. "We" should be given a pass.
Side note; I also find it interesting how many twisted abuses can be traced back to the corporate response to Nader's (at the time) very effective citizen activism.. That was the pivotal moment. Which makes it all the easier to see how they so effectively managed to turn him into a pariah.
On a related note, Information warfare has been predicted to be the new major war front at least as far back as 1996, so this isn't something they just started thinking about in 2016, contrary to popular perception. Hell, an extremely popular anime talked of it in the early 2000s, and fictionally exhibited things we see in reality today.
Even Bin Laden, the infamous terrorist, understood the ramifications, and considered it a primary tenant of his "Death by a thousand cuts" strategy, although he was primary focused on inflicting economic harm.
And "we" walked right into it willingly. Why? Well perhaps this next quote will shed some light;
Richard Shultz, a professor of international politics at Tufts who’s long been a key national security state intellectual, wrote in 2004 that “A very senior [Special Operations Forces] officer who had served on the Joint Staff in the 1990s told me that more than once he heard terrorist strikes characterized as ‘a small price to pay for being a superpower.’
Again, the missed subtext is clear; Human lives lost in terrorism attacks (and increased radicalization due to US actions leading to more potential terrorist attacks) are a cheap price for global (and more importantly economic) dominance. By extension, one can assume that human lives lost to other corporate goals are also considered a "cheap cost".

This is NOT ok.

Speaking of radicalization and Al-Qaeda....
What did the founding fathers (that conservatives love to reference) think of stuff like this?
Abraham Lincoln warned in February 15, 1848, of the dangers of "Only I see and understand the danger, only I can protect you" type politics.
Allow the President to invade a neighboring nation whenever he shall deem it necessary to repel an invasion, and you allow him to do so whenever he may choose to say he deems it necessary for such purpose, and you allow him to make war at pleasure. Study to see if you can fix any limit to his power in this respect, after having given him so much as you propose. If to-day he should choose to say he thinks it necessary to invade Canada to prevent the British from invading us, how could you stop him? You may say to him,—”I see no probability of the British invading us”; but he will say to you, “Be silent: I see it, if you don’t.”
The provision of the Constitution giving the war making power to Congress was dictated, as I understand it, by the following reasons: kings had always been involving and impoverishing their people in wars, pretending generally, if not always, that the good of the people was the object. This our convention understood to be the most oppressive of all kingly oppressions, and they resolved to so frame the Constitution that no one man should hold the power of bringing this oppression upon us. But your view destroys the whole matter, and places our President where kings have always stood. Write soon again.
James Madison on Friday, February 8th, 1788 warned;
But the great security against a gradual concentration of the several powers in the same department, consists in giving to those who administer each department the necessary constitutional means and personal motives to resist encroachments of the others. The provision for defense must in this, as in all other cases, be made commensurate to the danger of attack. Ambition must be made to counteract ambition. The interest of the man must be connected with the constitutional rights of the place. It may be a reflection on human nature, that such devices should be necessary to control the abuses of government. But what is government itself, but the greatest of all reflections on human nature? If men were angels, no government would be necessary. If angels were to govern men, neither external nor internal controls on government would be necessary. In framing a government which is to be administered by men over men, the great difficulty lies in this: you must first enable the government to control the governed; and in the next place oblige it to control itself. A dependence on the people is, no doubt, the primary control on the government; but experience has taught mankind the necessity of auxiliary precautions.
What's often missed, is the subtext of Madison's warning, and central to the thesis of this essay, clarifies that yes, Government is supposed to represent the will of the people (or what they're willing to tolerate), but what happens when "the people" are "guided" to a particular view? Why is propaganda so prevalent and effective? Why do we reject the very clear evidence and science that entire populations can in fact be "rewired" to a particular view?
In other words, combining the warnings of Nietzsche, Lincoln and Madison's warning leads to the conclusion that yes, if "properly guided" the people can be taught to "yearn for a king", something which again, we've seen happen in practice across the world.
In closing, while none of this information is new but we're reaching the apex of a long arc, and if you've read this and thought one or more of;
Then you're exactly part of the problem I'm warning of. I'm not saying vote for Trump, I'm not saying vote for Biden. I'm not saying to vote at all, or that voting actually has much to do with it in the first place.
I'm pointing out a very simple fact expressed once by Benjamin Franklin, and even though the context was endlessly butchered, the real context makes it far more relevant;
In January 1775 Benjamin Franklin (1796-1790) was part of an American delegation sent to Britain in an attempt to resolve the outstanding disagreements between the Crown and the colonies. Seventeen points were up for discussion of which several were rejected outright by the Crown while others were rejected by the colonies. Franklin’s comments regarding the last two points produced one of his most famous sayings from the period:
As to the other two acts, (i.e. 16. The American admiralty courts reduced to the same powers they have in England, and the acts establishing them to be reënacted in America; and 17. All powers of internal legislation in the colonies to be disclaimed by Parliament) the Massachusetts (sic) must suffer all the hazards and mischiefs of war rather than admit the alteration of their charters and laws by Parliament. ‘They who can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety, deserve neither liberty nor safety.’
The context explained in the analysis makes it ever more clear;
It is interesting to see where the main lines of disagreement lay between the colonists' delegation to London and the Crown in early 1775 which one would think would have been the last opportunity at some kind of reconciliation before independence was declared and war broke out. The sticking points for the Crown were the 8th, 11th, and 17th Articles which were declared to be “inadmissible” or were “refused absolutely”: “8. No troops to enter and quarter in any colony, but with the consent of its legislature. 11. The late Massachusetts and Quebec Acts to be repealed, and a free government granted to Canada. 17. All powers of internal legislation in the colonies to be disclaimed by Parliament.” The payment of back taxes might be negotiable but when it came to the stationing of troops or placing limits on the power of Parliament over colonial legislatures no compromise was possible without giving up political power. Franklin’s remarks about the trade offs between “essential liberty” and “a little temporary safety” seem to have been directed at those in the colonies who could see that further compromise was no longer possible by the Crown and that it was up to the colonies to cave in in order to maintain the peace. Franklin was urging them that to do this would be to give up the entire game and thereby scuttle any chance for real liberty and independence in the colonies.

The king is dead, long live the king.

TL;DR : Shit is fucked. Read it.
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2020.09.10 17:10 jack229915 The story of Dr. 7 (Three year challeneg)

The story of Dr. 7 (Three year challeneg)
The story of Dr. 7
I’d like to tell you about my journey to the year 2024 when a League two side lifted the Champions League Trophy and the league two title . This is how I got there.
I'm using Salford City
Established 1940
Club worth 2.16 mil
Transfer budget 1.69 mil
The Objective is to win 7 trophies in 1 year.
  1. Champions league
  2. European super cup
  3. Community shield
  4. Fa cup
  5. League cup
  6. League 2 championship or play offs
  7. EFL trophy
I'll be playing on professional difficulty and allowing replays, I feel a higher setting and especially no replays would make this impossible.
This will take 2 seasons to set up.
Season 1 Starts
The of goal of year 1 is to win the league Cup and thus gain entry to the UEFA Europa League
I will simulate the majority of league games and other Cup games
The Club wants me to win the League and reach the last 32 in the FA cup.
EFL Cup Round 1
Nottingham forest vs Salford
Salford won 1 nil. The first of what may well be many ugly games of football.
Only signing
2.3k a week 61 rated free agent CAM-Lewis
EFL Cup Round 2
Salford vs Rochdale
3 nil victory, the Cup run is certainly underway.
EFL Cup Round 3
Salford vs West Brom
Another 1 nil win. This team is very strong physically and great for running down the last 10 minutes.
EFL Cup last 16
Salford vs Watford
Another 1 nil win. First look at Premier league opponents.
A break to look at the squad set up. Currently 5 players are at the Club on loan and 3 out on loan. 7 players have less than a year on their contract.
I renewed all 7 but will have to replace at least one loan player next season.
EFL Cup quarter finals!
Arsenal vs Salford
2 - 3 victory in this end to end game. Win came after 1 reset.
A quick break before the January window opens to look at what has been happening in the simulated games.
Salford are progressing through the early rounds of the FA cup and go into 2020 with their name in the bag. We were knocked out of the EFL Trophy in the third round by Sunderland. In the league the squad showed its strength and made its way to second without my interference. So I had to alter the default starting 11 to include many weaker players to avoid accidentally finishing in an automatic promotion spot in season 1.
January 2020
EFL Cup Semi Final - Home Leg
Salford vs Liverpool
3 - 1
After 1 reset the Premier league champions suffer a heavy defeat giving us a two goal lead heading into the away leg.
EFL Cup Semi Final - Away Leg
Liverpool vs Salford
2 - 1
After coinciding in the 7th and 89th minutes a 90th minute penalty allows us into the final on aggregate. As the players leave the pitch Lee Dixon claims, 'this will be one of the biggest stories in South American football history'. Quite the analysis.
EFL Cup Final
Salford vs West Ham
The free scoring comes to an end with a 1 nil win to take the trophy, but crucially gaining entry into European football next year.
All that remains now is to sim to the end of the season and avoid promotion.
We finished 4th, a playoff spot. I simulated the play offs, frustrating we won the semi after coming back from 2 nil down, after 3 more simulations we eventually lost. Keeping us in the warm embrace league 2!
The board of directors expressed disappointment in the season, hopefully winning the Europa League and FA Cup next year will satisfy them.
Season 1 Ends
Season 2 Starts
This year our goal is to win the UEFA Europa League and qualify for Champions League football next season.
We also need to win the FA Cup to make it to the CommunityShield at the start of next season.
UEFA Europa League Qualifying Round
Salford vs FK Austria Wien -
Home leg
Comfortable 2 nil win
Away leg
3 - 1 win with a Salford own goal
On to the group stage!
Appears not, I've another play off stage first.
UEFA Europa League Qualifying Round
Home Leg
Salford vs Roenborg BK
We get a smash and grab 2 - 1 win. The team was exhausted from playing 3 games in 5 days.
Away Leg
Roenborg BK vs Salford
Classic 1 nil gets us through plus 300,000 prize money. Not bad being that winning the league Cup only got us 180,000. Also, I signed a winger named Badiashile, a 65 rated free agent.
On the group stage for real now!
UEFA Europa League Group Stage
Salford vs Borussia Mönchengladbach
3 - 0 win
Victoria Plzeň vs Salford
0 - 1 win
FC Basel 1893 vs Salford
0 - 5 win
Salford vs FC Basel 1893
3 - 0 win
Borussia Mönchengladbach vs Salford
0 - 3 win
Quick hope back to the UK
Emirates FA cup Round 2
Salford vs Barnsley
Easy 2 - 1 win before heading back to Europe
UEFA Europa League Group Stage
Salford vs Vitoria Plzeň
I lost 1 nil but no matter we qualify for the knock out stage!
January 2021
Currently 7th in the league after trying not to pick up too many league points.
Emirates FA Cup Round 3
Salford vs Doncaster
5 - 0 win
Emirates FA Cup Round 4
Ipswich vs Salford
Easy 2 - 1 win in the snow
UEFA Europa League Round of 32
Anderlecht vs Salford
Away leg
Strong 0 - 2 win to take into the home leg
Home leg
4 - 1striker Brandon Thomas-Asante got a first half hat trick
The Emirates FA Cup Round of 16
Liverpool vs Salford
2 - 1 win After 2 resets
Lucky to survive after nearly being chipped from 40 yards
On to the quarter finals
UEFA Europa League Round of 16
Olympique Lyonnais vs Salford
Home leg
1-1 draw
Emirates FA Cup Round 6 - Quarter Final
Manchester City vs Salford
A 2 - 3 victory
Very lucky to score in the first 6 mins and get a second on the break under lots of attacking pressure. Gave away 2 in the second half, before our winner trickled over the line in the 88th minute
UEFA Europa League Round of 16
Olympique Lyonnais vs Salford
Away leg
Nice 3 nil win on the road gets us into the quarter finals and we won 1.1 million pounds prize money.
UEFA Europa League Quarter Final
Villarreal vs Salford
Away leg
0 - 5, those guys were not good
Home leg
Salford vs Villarreal
1-1 draw we go through on aggregate to the semi and get win 1.5mil
I've signed 3 free agent players to make sure we have depth for the crazy number of games we will need next season.
FA Cup Semi Final
Salford vs Everton
We win 2 - 1 on to the final, looking to be against Manchester United we also get 2mil prize money
UEFA Europa League Semi final
Salford vs AC Milan
Home leg
3 - 1 looking good going into the away leg
I just picked up the manager of the month award
AC Milan vs Salford
Away leg
2-1 win, into another final, also against Manchester United 2.4 mil prize money
Sadly I finished 7th,a play-off spot again.
FA Cup Final
Manchester United vs Salford
0 - 2 win
Salford are FA cup winners! Next year we will be in the Community Shield
We pick up 4.1 million for winning
UEFA Europa League Final
Manchester United vs Salford again
We win 2 - 1 next year we will be in the Champions League & the EUFA Super Cup. We also trousers £8.5million.
We made £25.38million profit
£28.85million in prize money
Managed to lose the League 2 Play-Off Semi Final
The board is happy with my performance this season. The setup is complete.
Season 2 Ends
Season 3 Starts
This is the big one, quite literally it is all to play for. This season we will attempt to win all 7 trophies available to a club competing in the English football league.
I have a £19million transfer budget, I hope to draw some talent into league 2 with the promise of Champions League football.
I have identified the need for:
A goalkeeper
A right back
A centre half
A central defensive midfielder
It's not going to be particularly pretty football this year.
I will be recording the results of every knock out match and keeping a record of the league as we go.
I can only really afford to drop points in the league and I think I will be playing the maximum possible amount of games you can play in a season, but only if I go up via the Play-Offs.
Summer Signings -
Alex smithies (73 rated) breaks the club transfer record, joining us from Cardiff for £3million.
Veteran Kevin Mcdonald (rated 69) joins us from Fulham and takes on the captains arm band, £2million paid.
Snap up Toni Leistner (rated 73) from QPR for £2million.
70 rated Carl Jenkins on joins us from Forest for £2million.
All looking good, apart from the error of blind signing Jordan Lawrence Gabriel also from Forest for £1.6million only to realise he's valued at £450,000 and rated 62.
Anyway, £10.88million pounds lighter, the new look Salford City is ready to go!
I'm simulating the pre season tournament.
Looks like we won anyway! That will help refill the bank.
FA Community Shield
Salford vs Manchester City
3 - 2 win for FA Cup holders
1 down 6 to go! (High quality screenshot incoming)

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On to the league. I've created a decent second team that should be able to deal with league 2, I'm going to simulate the league games until January and then decide if I need to play the games.
4 points from first 2 league games
ELF Cup Round 1
Salford vs Shrewsbury
3 nil win
UEFA Super Cup
Salford vs Liverpool
Claw back for a 2 - 1 win
2 down 5 to go!
We get 4.5 million for that.

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5 points from 3 simmed league games.
Recently received a few substantial transfer requests, including 2 mil for our striker and 1.6 mil for Lewis who I signed in season 1. Not bad. Unfortunately for the buyer the Salford boys don't sell out!
EFL Cup Round 2
Brentford vs Salford
4 nil win
3 points from 1 simulated league game
EFL Trophy Round 1
Salford vs Rotherham
0-0 (4-2 pens)
That was bowling shoe ugly…
After a clean run against Manchester City and Liverpool this year, I needed 1 restart to eventually beat Rotherham on penalties to advance. However,I do have mitigating circumstances, their home kit was my away kit, the whole game was a confusing clash of red and white that I think made this the hardest match to date.
OK
UEFA Champions League Group Stage
Salford vs Barcelona… Yup
We win 3 - 2, pretty much what you would expect after the Rotherham debacle.
3 points from 1 league game.
EFL Cup Round 3
Salford vs Bournemouth
1 nil win
1 point from 1 league game
UEFA Champions League Group Stage
FC Porto vs Salford
2 nil win
3 points from 1 league game
EFL Trophy Round 2
Salford vs Tranmere Rovers
We win 5 nil, much better than the first round
7 points from 3 league games
UEFA Champions League Group Stage
Bayer 04 Leverkusen vs Salford
1 nil win
3 points from 1 league game
EFL Cup Round 4
Stoke City vs Salford
Another shameful reset required before we win 3 nil.
0 points from 1 league game
UEFA Champions League Group Stage
Salford vs Bayer 04 Leverkusen
6 nil win - lots of clean sheets this year
FA CUP Round 1
Carlisle vs Salford
4 nil win
EFL Trophy - Area Quarter Final
Doncaster vs Salford
Second knock out tournament in 4 days
Doncaster are at home but I'm making them play in their blue away kit, because I'm not having a repeat of the Rochdale disaster.
We won 5 - 1
7 points from 3 league games, but the best CB is out for 5 weeks.
UEFA Champions League Group Stage
Barcelona vs Salford
3 - 3 draw
I won the manager of the month
6 points from 2 simulated league games
FA Cup Round 2
Salford vs South End
Very unconvincing 1 nil win from a weakened squad
EFL Trophy - Area Semi Final
Salford vs Bristol Rovers
5 nil win
UEFA Champions League Group Stage
Salford vs FC Porto
I simulated this game with a fully rotated squad as we have definitely qualified. We lost 2 nil, went through to the knockout stage and gave Porto their only points of the tournament.
We got 27 million in prize money
3 points from 1 league game
EFL Cup Quarter Finals
Salford vs Everton
3 - 1 win puts us into the last 4
12 points from 4 simulated league games leaves us top of league 2 at the start of 2022. We are 4 points ahead of second place Walsall. I'm going to keep simming league games until March.
I won manager of the month again. Transfer window opens, I'm hoping to sign a really decent right winger.
FA Cup Round 3
Bolton vs Salford
1 nil win
EFL Cup Semi Final - Away Leg
Manchester City vs Salford
3 - 3 draw, I was 3 nil up and then fell apart.
9 points from 3 summed league games
Just got a 4.3 mil transfer offer for my youth academy Centre Back. That must surely be a record for League 2. I declined.
FA Cup Round 4
Salford vs West Ham
1nil win
EFL Cup Semi Final - Home Leg
Salford vs Manchester City
4 - 1 (7 - 4 agg)
In the first 4 minutes; I scored, Man City conceded a penalty and received a red card meaning that 9 minutes into the game I was 2 nil up against 10 men.
In the interest of transparency I must admit I did have to reset after losing on penalties in my first attempt.
January Signings
Both from West Brom. Darnel Furlong (74) for a fee of 4.1 mil, a club record signing. Along with Oliver Burke who will join at the end of the season, not ideal.
4 points from 2 simmed league games.
EFL Trophy - Area Final
Salford vs Accrington
Pretty unconvincing 3 - 2 win
3 points from 1 simulated league game
UEFA Champions League Round of 16 - Away Leg
Inter Milan vs Salford
2 nil win
A brace from our CAM rounds out a near perfect trip to Italy
3 points from 1 simulated league game.
A quick look at the league so far as we finish our February fixtures, record of W26, D7, L1 this puts us on 85 points. 1 ahead of Walsall in 2nd and 10 ahead of Gillingham in 3rd. I'll keep simulations going until April.
EFL Cup Final
Tottenham Hotspur vs Salford City
1 nil win
3 down 4 to go!

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After only 3 days
FA Cup Round 5
Manchester City vs Salford
3 - 3 after extra time
We win 3 - 2 on penalties after a very tense shoot out.
Walsall have taken 1st place in the league, but I have 3 games in hand. 3 points from 1 simulated league game.
UEFA Champions League Round of 16 - Home leg
Salford city vs Inter Milan
0 - 0 draw puts us through on aggregate. I’m pleased to keep that Inter team out, being that it contained Aguero, Lukaku and Aubameyang.
FA Cup Quarter Finals
Salford vs Chelsea
2 - 1 win keeps the dream alive
12 points from 4 simulated league games puts us on 100 points, 4 ahead of Walsall with 3 games in hand. I also pick up another manager of the month award.
Drum roll please...the moment has finally arrived...the game we have been waiting for...the Cup that is the jewel in the crown...that is made up of 7 trophies...Here...we...go...
English Football League Trophy FINAL
The tituns of Ipswich take on the giants of Salford (making them both seem normal sized).
In a nip and tuck fixture, Salford scrap their way to the title with a 7 nil win.

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4 down 3 to go!
UEFA Champions League Quarter Final - Away Leg
Barcelona vs Salford City
We lost 3 - 2 giving us some work to do at home
0 points from 1 league game
UEFA Champions League Quarter Final - Home
Salford vs Barcelona
An 89 minute goal gives us a 1 nil win and puts Salford through on away goals, that was pretty sweet.
6 points from 2 simulated league games
FA Cup Semi Final
Tottenham Hotspur vs Salford
1 nil win
UEFA Championship League Semi Final - Away Leg
FC Bayern Munchen vs Salford City
1 nil win gives us a narrow lead and an away goal.
We have won the league title with 4 games to spare all simulations. I'm hoping to get to see the trophy presentation.
UEFA Championship League Semi Final - Home Leg
Salford City vs FC Bayern Munchen
Into the final with a 4 - 2 win.
Unfortunately it looks like I simulated the game where the EFL League 2 Trophy was presented so no picture for that one. We also ended the season with 3 games in hand meaning we played for two weeks longer than our nearest rivals. Here the final table.

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5 down 2 to go
FA Cup Final
Salford vs Liverpool
3 - 2 win achieved in extra time

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6 down
UEFA Champions League Final
Manchester City vs Salford
We won 2 - 1
And that is 7 out of 7

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So that's it, the most decorated season it is possible to have in word football.
A few interesting statistics:
  • We played 88 games winning 74, drawing 10 and losing 4.
  • Scored 208 goals
  • Salford made 94.3 million pounds in prize money in the 3rd season
  • Goalkeeper Alex Smithies played 83 games of football in his first season
  • I didn't receive one international managerial offer
I'm going to take the team into retirement, but if I wanted to continue I would have a transfer budget of 29.9 million pounds to take on League 1.
Sadly there is no viewable trophy case in Fifa so I will have the below picture by way of record.

https://preview.redd.it/75w0i9he6cm51.jpg?width=1600&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=a72fb94304ec194042634283629c14285449515b
The End.
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2020.09.10 17:03 jack229915 Fifa Career Challenge - The story of Dr. 7

Fifa Career Challenge - The story of Dr. 7
The story of Dr. 7
I’d like to tell you about my journey to the year to the year 2024 when a League two side lifted the Champions league trophy and the League to title. This is how I got there.
I'm using Salford City
Established 1940
Club worth 2.16 mil
Transfer budget 1.69 mil
The Objective is to win 7 trophies in 1 year.
  1. Champions league
  2. European super cup
  3. Community shield
  4. Fa cup
  5. League cup
  6. League 2 championship or play offs
  7. EFL trophy
I'll be playing on professional difficulty and allowing replays, I feel a higher setting and especially no replays would make this impossible.
This will take 2 seasons to set up.
Season 1 Starts
The of goal of year 1 is to win the league Cup and thus gain entry to the UEFA Europa League
I will simulate the majority of league games and other Cup games
The Club wants me to win the League and reach the last 32 in the FA cup.
EFL Cup Round 1
Nottingham forest vs Salford
Salford won 1 nil. The first of what may well be many ugly games of football.
Only signing
2.3k a week 61 rated free agent CAM-Lewis
EFL Cup Round 2
Salford vs Rochdale
3 nil victory, the Cup run is certainly underway.
EFL Cup Round 3
Salford vs West Brom
Another 1 nil win. This team is very strong physically and great for running down the last 10 minutes.
EFL Cup last 16
Salford vs Watford
Another 1 nil win. First look at Premier league opponents.
A break to look at the squad set up. Currently 5 players are at the Club on loan and 3 out on loan. 7 players have less than a year on their contract.
I renewed all 7 but will have to replace at least one loan player next season.
EFL Cup quarter finals!
Arsenal vs Salford
2 - 3 victory in this end to end game. Win came after 1 reset.
A quick break before the January window opens to look at what has been happening in the simulated games.
Salford are progressing through the early rounds of the FA cup and go into 2020 with their name in the bag. We were knocked out of the EFL Trophy in the third round by Sunderland. In the league the squad showed its strength and made its way to second without my interference. So I had to alter the default starting 11 to include many weaker players to avoid accidentally finishing in an automatic promotion spot in season 1.
January 2020
EFL Cup Semi Final - Home Leg
Salford vs Liverpool
3 - 1
After 1 reset the Premier league champions suffer a heavy defeat giving us a two goal lead heading into the away leg.
EFL Cup Semi Final - Away Leg
Liverpool vs Salford
2 - 1
After coinciding in the 7th and 89th minutes a 90th minute penalty allows us into the final on aggregate. As the players leave the pitch Lee Dixon claims, 'this will be one of the biggest stories in South American football history'. Quite the analysis.
EFL Cup Final
Salford vs West Ham
The free scoring comes to an end with a 1 nil win to take the trophy, but crucially gaining entry into European football next year.
All that remains now is to sim to the end of the season and avoid promotion.
We finished 4th, a playoff spot. I simulated the play offs, frustrating we won the semi after coming back from 2 nil down, after 3 more simulations we eventually lost. Keeping us in the warm embrace league 2!
The board of directors expressed disappointment in the season, hopefully winning the Europa League and FA Cup next year will satisfy them.
Season 1 Ends
Season 2 Starts
This year our goal is to win the UEFA Europa League and qualify for Champions League football next season.
We also need to win the FA Cup to make it to the CommunityShield at the start of next season.
UEFA Europa League Qualifying Round
Salford vs FK Austria Wien -
Home leg
Comfortable 2 nil win
Away leg
3 - 1 win with a Salford own goal
On to the group stage!
Appears not, I've another play off stage first.
UEFA Europa League Qualifying Round
Home Leg
Salford vs Roenborg BK
We get a smash and grab 2 - 1 win. The team was exhausted from playing 3 games in 5 days.
Away Leg
Roenborg BK vs Salford
Classic 1 nil gets us through plus 300,000 prize money. Not bad being that winning the league Cup only got us 180,000. Also, I signed a winger named Badiashile, a 65 rated free agent.
On the group stage for real now!
UEFA Europa League Group Stage
Salford vs Borussia Mönchengladbach
3 - 0 win
Victoria Plzeň vs Salford
0 - 1 win
FC Basel 1893 vs Salford
0 - 5 win
Salford vs FC Basel 1893
3 - 0 win
Borussia Mönchengladbach vs Salford
0 - 3 win
Quick hope back to the UK
Emirates FA cup Round 2
Salford vs Barnsley
Easy 2 - 1 win before heading back to Europe
UEFA Europa League Group Stage
Salford vs Vitoria Plzeň
I lost 1 nil but no matter we qualify for the knock out stage!
January 2021
Currently 7th in the league after trying not to pick up too many league points.
Emirates FA Cup Round 3
Salford vs Doncaster
5 - 0 win
Emirates FA Cup Round 4
Ipswich vs Salford
Easy 2 - 1 win in the snow
UEFA Europa League Round of 32
Anderlecht vs Salford
Away leg
Strong 0 - 2 win to take into the home leg
Home leg
4 - 1striker Brandon Thomas-Asante got a first half hat trick
The Emirates FA Cup Round of 16
Liverpool vs Salford
2 - 1 win After 2 resets
Lucky to survive after nearly being chipped from 40 yards
On to the quarter finals
UEFA Europa League Round of 16
Olympique Lyonnais vs Salford
Home leg
1-1 draw
Emirates FA Cup Round 6 - Quarter Final
Manchester City vs Salford
A 2 - 3 victory
Very lucky to score in the first 6 mins and get a second on the break under lots of attacking pressure. Gave away 2 in the second half, before our winner trickled over the line in the 88th minute
UEFA Europa League Round of 16
Olympique Lyonnais vs Salford
Away leg
Nice 3 nil win on the road gets us into the quarter finals and we won 1.1 million pounds prize money.
UEFA Europa League Quarter Final
Villarreal vs Salford
Away leg
0 - 5, those guys were not good
Home leg
Salford vs Villarreal
1-1 draw we go through on aggregate to the semi and get win 1.5mil
I've signed 3 free agent players to make sure we have depth for the crazy number of games we will need next season.
FA Cup Semi Final
Salford vs Everton
We win 2 - 1 on to the final, looking to be against Manchester United we also get 2mil prize money
UEFA Europa League Semi final
Salford vs AC Milan
Home leg
3 - 1 looking good going into the away leg
I just picked up the manager of the month award
AC Milan vs Salford
Away leg
2-1 win, into another final, also against Manchester United 2.4 mil prize money
Sadly I finished 7th,a play-off spot again.
FA Cup Final
Manchester United vs Salford
0 - 2 win
Salford are FA cup winners! Next year we will be in the Community Shield
We pick up 4.1 million for winning
UEFA Europa League Final
Manchester United vs Salford again
We win 2 - 1 next year we will be in the Champions League & the EUFA Super Cup. We also trousers £8.5million.
We made £25.38million profit
£28.85million in prize money
Managed to lose the League 2 Play-Off Semi Final
The board is happy with my performance this season. The setup is complete.
Season 2 Ends
Season 3 Starts
This is the big one, quite literally it is all to play for. This season we will attempt to win all 7 trophies available to a club competing in the English football league.
I have a £19million transfer budget, I hope to draw some talent into league 2 with the promise of Champions League football.
I have identified the need for:
A goalkeeper
A right back
A centre half
A central defensive midfielder
It's not going to be particularly pretty football this year.
I will be recording the results of every knock out match and keeping a record of the league as we go.
I can only really afford to drop points in the league and I think I will be playing the maximum possible amount of games you can play in a season, but only if I go up via the Play-Offs.
Summer Signings -
Alex smithies (73 rated) breaks the club transfer record, joining us from Cardiff for £3million.
Veteran Kevin Mcdonald (rated 69) joins us from Fulham and takes on the captains arm band, £2million paid.
Snap up Toni Leistner (rated 73) from QPR for £2million.
70 rated Carl Jenkins on joins us from Forest for £2million.
All looking good, apart from the error of blind signing Jordan Lawrence Gabriel also from Forest for £1.6million only to realise he's valued at £450,000 and rated 62.
Anyway, £10.88million pounds lighter, the new look Salford City is ready to go!
I'm simulating the pre season tournament.
Looks like we won anyway! That will help refill the bank.
FA Community Shield
Salford vs Manchester City
3 - 2 win for FA Cup holders
1 down 6 to go! (High quality screenshot incoming)

https://preview.redd.it/7ukeb5uw4cm51.jpg?width=1600&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=7baf3b1264f82db1751477863c9a3b1c4516be73
On to the league. I've created a decent second team that should be able to deal with league 2, I'm going to simulate the league games until January and then decide if I need to play the games.
4 points from first 2 league games
ELF Cup Round 1
Salford vs Shrewsbury
3 nil win
UEFA Super Cup
Salford vs Liverpool
Claw back for a 2 - 1 win
2 down 5 to go!
We get 4.5 million for that.

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5 points from 3 simmed league games.
Recently received a few substantial transfer requests, including 2 mil for our striker and 1.6 mil for Lewis who I signed in season 1. Not bad. Unfortunately for the buyer the Salford boys don't sell out!
EFL Cup Round 2
Brentford vs Salford
4 nil win
3 points from 1 simulated league game
EFL Trophy Round 1
Salford vs Rotherham
0-0 (4-2 pens)
That was bowling shoe ugly…
After a clean run against Manchester City and Liverpool this year, I needed 1 restart to eventually beat Rotherham on penalties to advance. However,I do have mitigating circumstances, their home kit was my away kit, the whole game was a confusing clash of red and white that I think made this the hardest match to date.
OK
UEFA Champions League Group Stage
Salford vs Barcelona… Yup
We win 3 - 2, pretty much what you would expect after the Rotherham debacle.
3 points from 1 league game.
EFL Cup Round 3
Salford vs Bournemouth
1 nil win
1 point from 1 league game
UEFA Champions League Group Stage
FC Porto vs Salford
2 nil win
3 points from 1 league game
EFL Trophy Round 2
Salford vs Tranmere Rovers
We win 5 nil, much better than the first round
7 points from 3 league games
UEFA Champions League Group Stage
Bayer 04 Leverkusen vs Salford
1 nil win
3 points from 1 league game
EFL Cup Round 4
Stoke City vs Salford
Another shameful reset required before we win 3 nil.
0 points from 1 league game
UEFA Champions League Group Stage
Salford vs Bayer 04 Leverkusen
6 nil win - lots of clean sheets this year
FA CUP Round 1
Carlisle vs Salford
4 nil win
EFL Trophy - Area Quarter Final
Doncaster vs Salford
Second knock out tournament in 4 days
Doncaster are at home but I'm making them play in their blue away kit, because I'm not having a repeat of the Rochdale disaster.
We won 5 - 1
7 points from 3 league games, but the best CB is out for 5 weeks.
UEFA Champions League Group Stage
Barcelona vs Salford
3 - 3 draw
I won the manager of the month
6 points from 2 simulated league games
FA Cup Round 2
Salford vs South End
Very unconvincing 1 nil win from a weakened squad
EFL Trophy - Area Semi Final
Salford vs Bristol Rovers
5 nil win
UEFA Champions League Group Stage
Salford vs FC Porto
I simulated this game with a fully rotated squad as we have definitely qualified. We lost 2 nil, went through to the knockout stage and gave Porto their only points of the tournament.
We got 27 million in prize money
3 points from 1 league game
EFL Cup Quarter Finals
Salford vs Everton
3 - 1 win puts us into the last 4
12 points from 4 simulated league games leaves us top of league 2 at the start of 2022. We are 4 points ahead of second place Walsall. I'm going to keep simming league games until March.
I won manager of the month again. Transfer window opens, I'm hoping to sign a really decent right winger.
FA Cup Round 3
Bolton vs Salford
1 nil win
EFL Cup Semi Final - Away Leg
Manchester City vs Salford
3 - 3 draw, I was 3 nil up and then fell apart.
9 points from 3 summed league games
Just got a 4.3 mil transfer offer for my youth academy Centre Back. That must surely be a record for League 2. I declined.
FA Cup Round 4
Salford vs West Ham
1nil win
EFL Cup Semi Final - Home Leg
Salford vs Manchester City
4 - 1 (7 - 4 agg)
In the first 4 minutes; I scored, Man City conceded a penalty and received a red card meaning that 9 minutes into the game I was 2 nil up against 10 men.
In the interest of transparency I must admit I did have to reset after losing on penalties in my first attempt.
January Signings
Both from West Brom. Darnel Furlong (74) for a fee of 4.1 mil, a club record signing. Along with Oliver Burke who will join at the end of the season, not ideal.
4 points from 2 simmed league games.
EFL Trophy - Area Final
Salford vs Accrington
Pretty unconvincing 3 - 2 win
3 points from 1 simulated league game
UEFA Champions League Round of 16 - Away Leg
Inter Milan vs Salford
2 nil win
A brace from our CAM rounds out a near perfect trip to Italy
3 points from 1 simulated league game.
A quick look at the league so far as we finish our February fixtures, record of W26, D7, L1 this puts us on 85 points. 1 ahead of Walsall in 2nd and 10 ahead of Gillingham in 3rd. I'll keep simulations going until April.
EFL Cup Final
Tottenham Hotspur vs Salford City
1 nil win
3 down 4 to go!

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After only 3 days
FA Cup Round 5
Manchester City vs Salford
3 - 3 after extra time
We win 3 - 2 on penalties after a very tense shoot out.
Walsall have taken 1st place in the league, but I have 3 games in hand. 3 points from 1 simulated league game.
UEFA Champions League Round of 16 - Home leg
Salford city vs Inter Milan
0 - 0 draw puts us through on aggregate. I’m pleased to keep that Inter team out, being that it contained Aguero, Lukaku and Aubameyang.
FA Cup Quarter Finals
Salford vs Chelsea
2 - 1 win keeps the dream alive
12 points from 4 simulated league games puts us on 100 points, 4 ahead of Walsall with 3 games in hand. I also pick up another manager of the month award.
Drum roll please...the moment has finally arrived...the game we have been waiting for...the Cup that is the jewel in the crown...that is made up of 7 trophies...Here...we...go...
English Football League Trophy FINAL
The tituns of Ipswich take on the giants of Salford (making them both seem normal sized).
In a nip and tuck fixture, Salford scrap their way to the title with a 7 nil win.

https://preview.redd.it/3il9mgg05cm51.jpg?width=1600&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=dc46fec6bd469456feeb7935f6b4a747de51635e
4 down 3 to go!
UEFA Champions League Quarter Final - Away Leg
Barcelona vs Salford City
We lost 3 - 2 giving us some work to do at home
0 points from 1 league game
UEFA Champions League Quarter Final - Home
Salford vs Barcelona
An 89 minute goal gives us a 1 nil win and puts Salford through on away goals, that was pretty sweet.
6 points from 2 simulated league games
FA Cup Semi Final
Tottenham Hotspur vs Salford
1 nil win
UEFA Championship League Semi Final - Away Leg
FC Bayern Munchen vs Salford City
1 nil win gives us a narrow lead and an away goal.
We have won the league title with 4 games to spare all simulations. I'm hoping to get to see the trophy presentation.
UEFA Championship League Semi Final - Home Leg
Salford City vs FC Bayern Munchen
Into the final with a 4 - 2 win.
Unfortunately it looks like I simulated the game where the EFL League 2 Trophy was presented so no picture for that one. We also ended the season with 3 games in hand meaning we played for two weeks longer than our nearest rivals. Here the final table.

https://preview.redd.it/bzsncog15cm51.jpg?width=1600&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=b238b41357adcad774e7a02449fbf2be2a5c596f
5 down 2 to go
FA Cup Final
Salford vs Liverpool
3 - 2 win achieved in extra time

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6 down
UEFA Champions League Final
Manchester City vs Salford
We won 2 - 1
And that is 7 out of 7

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So that's it, the most decorated season it is possible to have in word football.
A few interesting statistics:
  • We played 88 games winning 74, drawing 10 and losing 4.
  • Scored 208 goals
  • Salford made 94.3 million pounds in prize money in the 3rd season
  • Goalkeeper Alex Smithies played 83 games of football in his first season
  • I didn't receive one international managerial offer
I'm going to take the team into retirement, but if I wanted to continue I would have a transfer budget of 29.9 million pounds to take on League 1.
Sadly there is no viewable trophy case in Fifa so I will have the below picture by way of record.

https://preview.redd.it/a0mvbqy35cm51.jpg?width=1600&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=728a8f51362b469409e1a8ef02917aa6cb6565da
The End.
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2020.09.07 18:24 theavenuehouse Race Report - Solo Night Half Marathon, Manchester UK

Race Information

Goals

Goal Description Completed?
A Sub 2:11:00 Yes
B Sub 02:00:00 Yes

Splits

Kilometer Time
1 5:44
2 5:53
3 5:46
4 5:42
5 5:52
6 5:09
7 5:16
8 5:19
9 5:54
10 5:25
11 5:12
12 5:43
13 5:42
14 5:42
15 6:13
16 6:13
17 5:36
18 5:42
19 5:52
20 4:25
21 4:47

Training

Male, 29 years old.
Over the last 8 years I've been a casual runner, emphasis on the casual, not more than 3 a week and stopping for months or years at a time. 1 marathon and two 1/2 marathons. After reaching peak weight in February (work trip to US did not help) of 115kg at 6'1 I was struggling to run 5k in 35 minutes. When lock-down started I took it as a great opportunity to create a solid routine and have dropped to 96.6kg as of yesterday, mostly through CICO. I wanted to increase my runs per week but, going all out most runs, I found it really hard to run more than 2 days in a row. I stumbled across low-HR training and really liked the idea of slowly down, enjoying the runs, and still supposedly seeing the benefits. I was convinced mostly by a TED talk by Stephen Seiler on the benefits of training mostly low intensity. I was also helped out a lot on this subreddit, so thank you to the many redditors who answered my questions!
I based my training mostly off MAF (180-age is your target max HR during a run), 151bpm for me. I know it's not massively scientific but runs felt great at that HR, even if I was slowing to a walk for the first few weeks. It felt like I was solidly in my aerobic zone. The idea is as your aerobic fitness improves you will be able to increase your pace whilst keeping a low HR, and be less susceptible to injury and fatigue not going all out. It was a bit of an epiphany for me that running slower can make you fitter, but thought it was worth a short.
For reference when running regularly last year I would call 5:45min/km a high intensity pace I could only keep up for 5km. Over the next 12 weeks I built up my distances not worrying to much about pace, and by week 5 I started to see a great improvement in pace at the same HR. I began at around 7min/km 12 weeks ago and by last week was at 5:59/km average. It was so satisfying finding I could run faster without feeling like i'd done much more work. I know I've been very lucky in that many people find this training takes 6 months minimum, I saw good results in 3. Being cynical you could probably argue the fact I was increasing my mileage was having a much bigger impact on my pace than low-HR training, but if nothing else running slowly meant I could go from 50km a month to 210km whilst feeling not much fatigue.
I ran every run 'easy pace'/under 151bpm (occasionally over) for 12 weeks. 5 days a week, building up to 55km a week. I didn't introduce any speed work, though I will in the next few weeks. My longest training run was 17km.
Overall I didn't plan nearly as much as I should have for a 1/2 marathon race, but I knew I had the mileage down and I wanted to test out the low-HR training results for the last 3 months. As I was doing this solo I wasn't so worried if I had to bail out with tiredness, so that helped me push and not hold back.
My prior PB for half marathon was 2:11, 2018, Greater Manchester Marathon. Training for that was 2 hard runs a week, and a long easy run. Not enough knowledge or understanding of training principles at all.

Pre-race

Went for a nice walk at lunch, had a small dinner at 17:30 and starting running at 20:30! Wife's birthday dinner the night before acted as carb load.

Race

KM 1-5 After 12 weeks running with my eyes fixed on my HR monitor it felt amazing to forget all that and just run. I had missed it and I had to stop myself from going too quickly! I tried to hit 5:42min/km to hit a 2 hour finish time. Felt comfortable and happy.
KM 6-14 Feeling great and endorphins rushing to the head I decided to pick up the pace a bit, and took it below 5:15min/km. Not my best idea, and I paid for it later in the race. I'm terrible at pacing myself, and it's even harder without a pacemaker. Felt good up until km 12 though, before starting to lag.
KM 15-20 Shortly before KM 15 I had a horrible realisation it was nearly 10pm on a Sunday, I had forgotten to bring any water and had forgotten a mask to enter a shop. As soon as I realised that, of course I started to feel dehydrated and headache appeared. I remembered a public water fountain about 2.5km away and rerouted to head there.
It was during this period that I hit the wall twice, getting a bad stitch and having to slow down to nearly walking pace. An old shoulder injury also appeared for good measure and I grunted and squealed my way through residential streets at 10pm at night. I can't imagine how it sounded to anyone with the window open... This close to finishing and on track for a PB it would have taken my leg to fall off for me to stop and I managed to keep going.
KM 20 Hitting the last mile is always magical in a long distance race, the pain fell away and I managed the last mile as close to a sprint as I could get to, reaching 4:25min/km in KM 20! I crossed the line and kept going for 200m just to make sure Strava would register the half marathon distance.

Post-race

Felt super happy, not only did I hit sub-2 hour 1/2 marathon but I got a 10km PB to boot at 55 minutes! Best of all I felt I had I had another 3-4 minutes in me, and will definitely be attempting a 10km PB attempt next week, aiming for 50 minutes.
I can't stress enough how satisfied I've been with the low-HR training, it enabled me to run longer, enjoy my runs, stay injury free, and see a dramatic increase in my endurance. I know it's nothing revolutionary but I feel a lot of casual runners like me assumed that if you want to get faster you need to exclusively be pushing yourself as hard as you can. No Pain No Gain and all that (yes I watched the Stephen Seiler TED talk, you should too). This has completely reserved that mentality for me. I know I will need to introduce speed work to keep improving, but I couldn't be happier and more into my running as I am now.
Made with a new race report generator created by herumph.
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2020.09.06 13:30 AnnieIWillKnow [MATCH THREAD] Manchester United Women vs Chelsea FC Women, WSL Match Week 1 - Sunday 6th September, 14:30 BST

Women's Super League, Match Week 1 - Manchester United Women vs Chelsea FC Women

Date: 6 September 2020
KO: 14:30 BST (GMT+1)
Competition: Women’s Super League
Venue: Leigh Sports Village
The 2020/21 Women's Super League season gets underway this weekend, signalling a long-anticipated turn to action for women's football in England!
In the nearly seven months since Chelsea FC Women last played in the WSL, the disruption of a global pandemic has since the curtailment of all major leagues, as well as life as we once knew it. Chelsea were awarded the title on a points-per-game basis, leaping ahead of Man City, and hence go into the 2020/21 season as WSL champions.
Chelsea last weekend drew the first blood in what is sure to be a hotly-contested title challenge this season, beating Man City Women 2-0 to win the Women's Community Shield, and earn the Blues their first silverware of the season.

A full preview of the season ahead for Emma Hayes' side can be found here.

MATCH PREVIEW

Chelsea's first league opponents are last season's 4th placed team, Manchester United. Manchester United's women's team were only reformed ahead of the 2017/18 season, winning promotion from the Championship in their first season under manager Casey Stoney. Last year was their first in the WSL, where they earned their place as the 'best of the rest' outside of the established top 3 of Chelsea, Man City and Arsenal. Serious investment in the squad has enabled them to climb the ranks of women's football quickly, and they will be looking to further bridge that gap to the top 3, this season.
Manchester United's additions this summer include include England international Lucy Staniforth, Spain’s Ona Batlle, and the 19 year old German Ivano Fuso. There are also very strong rumours of World Cup-winning USWNT players Tobin Heath and Christen Press joining Casey Stoney's project - although they will sign too late to factor into this fixure.
Chelsea have strengthened over the summer too, with the signings of Melanie Leupolz, Jessie Fleming and Niamh Charles - and all three of these players have completed a full pre-season with the Blues, and are available for selection tomorrow. Leupolz in particular was a stand out for the Blues at Wembley last weekend. A late summer signing was that of forward Pernille Harder - one of the absolute stand-out players in women's football. As her transfer was only announced last week, it is unlikely she will feature in this game.
It will be interesting to see how Chelsea line up for this game, given our wealth of options. Last weekend, Hayes dropped last season's Player of the Year and top scorer Beth England to the bench, and lined up with a front 3 of Fran Kirby, Sam Kerr and Guro Reiten, in a 4-3-3 formation.
Manchester United away is a tough test to start our 2020/21 WSL campaign - and in such a league characterised by tight title races, every fixture is crucial. After a great showing in the Community Shield last weekend, Chelsea will look to continue that form, and set a marker for the season.
HOW TO FOLLOW
The match will be played behind closed doors at Manchester United's Leigh Sports Village home, and will be streamed for free online on the FA Player website for people outside the UK. For UK viewers, the match will be shown live on BT Sport.
As always, the Chelsea FC Women Twitter will also provide live updates.

Up the Chels!

LINE-UPS:
Man United: Earps, Smith, McManus, M. Turner, Batlle, Ladd, Zelem (C), Hanson, Toone, Galton, Ross (Subs: Ramsey, A. Turner, Okvist, Groenen, James)
Chelsea: Telford, Andersson, Bright, Eriksson (C), Mjelde, Ingle, Ji, Leupolz, Reiten, Kirby, Kerr (Subs: Orman, Blundell, Carter, England, J. Fleming, Charles, Cuthbert, Harder, Spence)
MATCH EVENTS:
  • KICK OFF! We are underway for Chelsea's first match of the WSL season!
  • 21' - Chelsea on top, but little in the way of real chances so far. Kerr's shot earns a corner, and Reiten has a shot following that.
  • 25' - GOAAAAAAALLLL!!! Chelsea are in the lead, and it's our new Special K of Kirby and Kerr who get it! Kirby gets on the end of a ball from midfield, and puts a great low cross in for Kerr, who finishes smartly. It's Chelsea 1-0 Man United!
  • 28' - Kerr has a goal disallowed for offside.
  • 31' - Telford is called into action for the first time in the Chelsea net, and makes a smart if comfortable save
  • 41' - Ji hits a stunning ball from midfield, which finds Kerr, and Mary Earps in the Man United goal makes a great save to stop the Blues from doubling their lead
  • 45' - United hit the bar! A looping header strikes the woodwork. That would have been against the run of play...
  • HALF TIME! Chelsea go into the break with a 1-0 lead over Man United
  • 54' - United have been on top so far this half. Telford does well to keep out an Ella Toone strike.
  • 58' - First Chelsea change, as Erin Cuthbert replaces Ji.
  • 60' - Man United make a change, with Lauren James (Reece's sister) replacing Jane Ross
  • 66' - Beth England comes on for Sam Kerr. What a change to be able to make...
  • 74' - Bit of a stoppage as Man United keeper Mary Earps receives some treatment. Okvist replaces Batlle for United.
  • 77' - Close! Mary Earps makes two saves in two minutes from Cuthbert, to keep the score at 1-0
  • 79' - Man United equalise on the counter attack, through Gulton, after Chelsea had missed some big chances. Disappointing.
  • 80' - Carter and Harder come on for Chelsea.
  • 90' - ARGH! Chelsea have the ball in the United box, and look so close to a goal, but can't threaten Earps.
  • FULL TIME: Man United 1-1 Chelsea. Man United peg Chelsea back, after a first half goal from Sam Kerr put the Blues ahead. Two points dropped for the Blues on the opening weekend, against a spirited Man United side.
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2020.09.05 22:47 User4-8-15-16-23-42 FA Women's Super League preview - Tottenham Hotspur

The FA Women's Super League begins on 5th September. This is one of a series of club previews organised at /FAWSL. The sub has just received a revamp and we are building a sub which would be a great space to discuss the FA WSL or the Women's Championship.
The league is going from strength to strength in recent seasons. It's a pretty competitive league and is becoming one of the best leagues in women's football.
So come on over to /FAWSL to follow and discuss the latest season of English women's football!
 
Opening Fixtures
Tottenham Hotspur vs West Ham - 6th September 14:00 BST - Watch live for free on the FA Player*
Everton vs Tottenham Hotspur - 13th September 14:00 BST - Watch live for free on the FA Player*
*May be geoblocked in some countries, depending on whether it has been picked up for TV coverage, most games will still be available – see this post for more information
 
Summary
Spurs finished in 7th last season, which is better than most predicted for their debut WSL season. Several of their players made the step up from the Championship with no experience of the top tier but gave a very good account of themselves. The coaching setup is unusual with Karen Hills and Juan Amoros sharing the head coach position, it seems to work just fine though. The squad looks improved this year, there's good depth and a little more quality and experience than last season. They don't have an abundance of big stars but do have a lot of players with different individual qualities in attack, and a well organised unit in defence. With other sides also strengthening it will be difficult for Spurs to move up the table this season, a top half finish would be a good target, but finishing anywhere around the mid table would be another decent season.
 
Transfer Activity
In: Megan Wynne (end of loan – Bristol), Kerys Harrop (Birmingham), Rachel Williams (Birmingham), Aurora Mikalsen (Man United), Alanna Kennedy (Orlando Pride – loan), Shelina Zadorsky (Orlando Pride – loan)
Out:Sophie McLean (London Bees), Chloe Morgan (Crystal Palace), Coral-Jade Haines (Crystal Palace), Megan Wynne (Bristol), Jenna Schillacci (retirement)
 
Squad Analysis
Line-up Prediction
 
Goalkeepers: Becky Spencer is a good shot stopper with decent distribution and a lot of experience in this league, she's very much a stay at home goalkeeper though, recording a league low for defensive actions outside her penalty area last season (3), as well as claiming only 6.3% of the crosses she faced. Aurora Mikalsen is a new signing from Manchester United where she made just one cup appearance, she has played extensively for Norway at youth level though, and was called up to their senior squad a couple of times too. Likely to start the season as a backup, she will hope to impress when given opportunities in the cup competitions.
 
Defenders: Hannah Godfrey was one of the signings of the season last year, having never played in the league before she led the league in both shots blocked (23) and clearances (122), which led to her first call up and caps for Scotland. At 23 with her debut season under her belt I'd expect another strong showing from her this year. Shelina Zadorsky has high level experience playing internationally for Canada, and at club level in the American NWSL. Expect her to slot in alongside Godfrey at centre back. Ashleigh Neville also impressed in her debut WSL season last year, she switched between both full back positions and is very capable on either side. More of a defensive full back, but also brings a great work rate up and down the flank even if she is less capable of affecting the game in an attacking sense. Kerys Harrop is a solid and reliable at centre back or left back, and brings a wealth of experience from Birmingham having played in every WSL season to date as well as two FA Cup finals, her arrival will surely benefit this otherwise young and inexperienced defence. She missed a lot of last season out injured, but the previous year she had been a key starter and captain of the Birmingham side that finished in 4th place. Anna Filbey did well in the centre of defence last season despite her youth and inexperience. Probably not going to get as many minutes this year due to new arrivals but she still has a bright future. Siri Worm was in and out the team last season, getting minutes at both left back and on the left of midfield. She is good technically and the best set piece taker in the squad with her left foot, but her lack of pace can cause her to be exposed defending in 1vs1 situations. Lucia Leon is another young defender, she wasn't used much in the league last season, and with the new arrivals I doubt she will play much this year either. She can play at right back or centre back and may get some opportunities in the cup competitions.
 
Midfielders: Alanna Kennedy is a big signing for Spurs. She's one of Australia's best players, tall, powerful, decent with the ball, and able to provide box to box energy. Also capable of playing central defence but with the other options there I think she'll play in midfield. Josie Green captained the side for most games last season, and has been made the permanent captain for this season. She very much led by example with her great work rate while screening the defence last year. Ria Percival has spent much of her career as a full back and began last season there, however it seems she no longer has the pace to excel in that position and performed much better after moving into the midfield. A solid two way player, with good defensive traits, but also very capable on the ball and able to strike from distance. She also brings a huge amount of experience having played in multiple countries and winning over 150 caps for New Zealand. Chloe Peplow was in and out of the team last season, but at just 21 she will likely continue to improve and feature more this year and in coming seasons. While she offers less defensively than the other options and needs to improve that side of her game, she does bring more height to the midfield, and is probably the best passer in the team. Having played extensively for England at youth level I'm sure she will want to establish herself in Spurs' midfield this season and try to make a case for herself at senior international level.
 
Forwards: Rianna Dean is a goal machine – or so the Spurs fans sing, she will want a better return than her 4 league goals in 14 appearances last season, although she did bag another 6 in cup competitions making for a more impressive 10 in 18 games. At 21 she already offers a lot of threat, she's fairly tall and fast, and has a knack for getting anything on a cross to divert it goalwards, as well as being a decent penalty taker, I'd back her to score more this year. She has played for England at youth level and if she can add more to her game I wouldn't be surprised to see her feature for the senior team some time in the future. Gemma Davison is a hugely experienced player having won this league 4 times with 3 different clubs. Probably the most skilful dribbler ever to have played in this league, at 33 she's no longer the flying winger she once was but still very capable of beating a player 1vs1. Her quality on the ball can be a real asset when attempting to break down opposition defences if Spurs can get the ball to her in the right areas. Rachel Williams arrived from Birmingham where she was their all time leading WSL goalscorer, although many of her goals were a long time ago with her return gradually decreasing over the years. Another experienced player having played in 3 FA Cup finals for Birmingham and Notts County, and getting 13 caps for England. She's physically strong and will fight to win the ball anywhere in her vicinity unsettling defenders in the process, I don't think anyone enjoys playing against her even if she isn't the most technically gifted forward. Rosella Ayane has great pace, probably one of the fastest players in the league, but her end product is often frustrating. Still she is a useful option to have, always giving the opposition something to worry about on the counter attack and forcing their defence back. Kit Graham was new to the team last season and finished as second top scorer with 3 goals. She spent all her previous career with Charlton in the lower leagues where she scored a very impressive 122 goals in 146 games. It's easy to see why she would score so many, she has definite quality on the ball and a cannon of a shot with either foot, and she's not shy on trying her luck either. Lucy Quinn is another decent attacking option, a good passer of the ball and can cross or shoot form distance too. Able to play anywhere across the attack. Angela Addison appeared mostly from the bench last season, she's a young skilful winger, and can provide a quality delivery, although she's also one of the smallest players in the league and can be a bit lightweight. Jessica Naz missed last season with an ACL injury, she'll be back at some point this year but will need to be eased back in. She was a significant part of the side that won promotion and has played for England at youth level as well.
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2020.09.05 22:42 User4-8-15-16-23-42 FA WSL preview - Tottenham Hotspur

Opening Fixtures
Tottenham Hotspur vs West Ham - 6th September 14:00 BST - Watch live for free on the FA Player*
Everton vs Tottenham Hotspur - 13th September 14:00 BST - Watch live for free on the FA Player*
*May be geoblocked in some countries, depending on whether it has been picked up for TV coverage, most games will still be available – see this post for more information
 
Summary
Spurs finished in 7th last season, which is better than most predicted for their debut WSL season. Several of their players made the step up from the Championship with no experience of the top tier but gave a very good account of themselves. The coaching setup is unusual with Karen Hills and Juan Amoros sharing the head coach position, it seems to work just fine though. The squad looks improved this year, there's good depth and a little more quality and experience than last season. They don't have an abundance of big stars but do have a lot of players with different individual qualities in attack, and a well organised unit in defence. With other sides also strengthening it will be difficult for Spurs to move up the table this season, a top half finish would be a good target, but finishing anywhere around the mid table would be another decent season.
 
Transfer Activity
In: Megan Wynne (end of loan – Bristol), Kerys Harrop (Birmingham), Rachel Williams (Birmingham), Aurora Mikalsen (Man United), Alanna Kennedy (Orlando Pride – loan), Shelina Zadorsky (Orlando Pride – loan)
Out:Sophie McLean (London Bees), Chloe Morgan (Crystal Palace), Coral-Jade Haines (Crystal Palace), Megan Wynne (Bristol), Jenna Schillacci (retirement)
 
Squad Analysis
Line-up Prediction
 
Goalkeepers: Becky Spencer is a good shot stopper with decent distribution and a lot of experience in this league, she's very much a stay at home goalkeeper though, recording a league low for defensive actions outside her penalty area last season (3), as well as claiming only 6.3% of the crosses she faced. Aurora Mikalsen is a new signing from Manchester United where she made just one cup appearance, she has played extensively for Norway at youth level though, and was called up to their senior squad a couple of times too. Likely to start the season as a backup, she will hope to impress when given opportunities in the cup competitions.
 
Defenders: Hannah Godfrey was one of the signings of the season last year, having never played in the league before she led the league in both shots blocked (23) and clearances (122), which led to her first call up and caps for Scotland. At 23 with her debut season under her belt I'd expect another strong showing from her this year. Shelina Zadorsky has high level experience playing internationally for Canada, and at club level in the American NWSL. Expect her to slot in alongside Godfrey at centre back. Ashleigh Neville also impressed in her debut WSL season last year, she switched between both full back positions and is very capable on either side. More of a defensive full back, but also brings a great work rate up and down the flank even if she is less capable of affecting the game in an attacking sense. Kerys Harrop is a solid and reliable at centre back or left back, and brings a wealth of experience from Birmingham having played in every WSL season to date as well as two FA Cup finals, her arrival will surely benefit this otherwise young and inexperienced defence. She missed a lot of last season out injured, but the previous year she had been a key starter and captain of the Birmingham side that finished in 4th place. Anna Filbey did well in the centre of defence last season despite her youth and inexperience. Probably not going to get as many minutes this year due to new arrivals but she still has a bright future. Siri Worm was in and out the team last season, getting minutes at both left back and on the left of midfield. She is good technically and the best set piece taker in the squad with her left foot, but her lack of pace can cause her to be exposed defending in 1vs1 situations. Lucia Leon is another young defender, she wasn't used much in the league last season, and with the new arrivals I doubt she will play much this year either. She can play at right back or centre back and may get some opportunities in the cup competitions.
 
Midfielders: Alanna Kennedy is a big signing for Spurs. She's one of Australia's best players, tall, powerful, decent with the ball, and able to provide box to box energy. Also capable of playing central defence but with the other options there I think she'll play in midfield. Josie Green captained the side for most games last season, and has been made the permanent captain for this season. She very much led by example with her great work rate while screening the defence last year. Ria Percival has spent much of her career as a full back and began last season there, however it seems she no longer has the pace to excel in that position and performed much better after moving into the midfield. A solid two way player, with good defensive traits, but also very capable on the ball and able to strike from distance. She also brings a huge amount of experience having played in multiple countries and winning over 150 caps for New Zealand. Chloe Peplow was in and out of the team last season, but at just 21 she will likely continue to improve and feature more this year and in coming seasons. While she offers less defensively than the other options and needs to improve that side of her game, she does bring more height to the midfield, and is probably the best passer in the team. Having played extensively for England at youth level I'm sure she will want to establish herself in Spurs' midfield this season and try to make a case for herself at senior international level.
 
Forwards: Rianna Dean is a goal machine – or so the Spurs fans sing, she will want a better return than her 4 league goals in 14 appearances last season, although she did bag another 6 in cup competitions making for a more impressive 10 in 18 games. At 21 she already offers a lot of threat, she's fairly tall and fast, and has a knack for getting anything on a cross to divert it goalwards, as well as being a decent penalty taker, I'd back her to score more this year. She has played for England at youth level and if she can add more to her game I wouldn't be surprised to see her feature for the senior team some time in the future. Gemma Davison is a hugely experienced player having won this league 4 times with 3 different clubs. Probably the most skilful dribbler ever to have played in this league, at 33 she's no longer the flying winger she once was but still very capable of beating a player 1vs1. Her quality on the ball can be a real asset when attempting to break down opposition defences if Spurs can get the ball to her in the right areas. Rachel Williams arrived from Birmingham where she was their all time leading WSL goalscorer, although many of her goals were a long time ago with her return gradually decreasing over the years. Another experienced player having played in 3 FA Cup finals for Birmingham and Notts County, and getting 13 caps for England. She's physically strong and will fight to win the ball anywhere in her vicinity unsettling defenders in the process, I don't think anyone enjoys playing against her even if she isn't the most technically gifted forward. Rosella Ayane has great pace, probably one of the fastest players in the league, but her end product is often frustrating. Still she is a useful option to have, always giving the opposition something to worry about on the counter attack and forcing their defence back. Kit Graham was new to the team last season and finished as second top scorer with 3 goals. She spent all her previous career with Charlton in the lower leagues where she scored a very impressive 122 goals in 146 games. It's easy to see why she would score so many, she has definite quality on the ball and a cannon of a shot with either foot, and she's not shy on trying her luck either. Lucy Quinn is another decent attacking option, a good passer of the ball and can cross or shoot form distance too. Able to play anywhere across the attack. Angela Addison appeared mostly from the bench last season, she's a young skilful winger, and can provide a quality delivery, although she's also one of the smallest players in the league and can be a bit lightweight. Jessica Naz missed last season with an ACL injury, she'll be back at some point this year but will need to be eased back in. She was a significant part of the side that won promotion and has played for England at youth level as well.
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2020.09.05 16:33 Uthmaan787 $1000 black and white build.

What will you be doing with this PC? Be as specific as possible, and include specific games or programs you will be using.
*Gaming Mostly, ill be playing COD, Fortnite, Minecraft Mostly.
What is your maximum budget before rebates/shipping/taxes?
When do you plan on building/buying the PC? Note: beyond a week or two from today means any build you receive will be out of date when you want to buy.
What, exactly, do you need included in the budget? (ToweOS/monitokeyboard/mouse/etc)
Which country (and state/province) will you be purchasing the parts in? If you're in US, do you have access to a Microcenter location?
If reusing any parts (including monitor(s)/keyboard/mouse/etc), what parts will you be reusing? Brands and models are appreciated.
Will you be overclocking? If yes, are you interested in overclocking right away, or down the line? CPU and/or GPU?
Are there any specific features or items you want/need in the build? (ex: SSD, large amount of storage or a RAID setup, CUDA or OpenCL support, etc)
Do you have any specific case preferences (Size like ITX/microATX/mid-towefull-tower, styles, colors, window or not, LED lighting, etc), or a particular color theme preference for the components?
Do you need a copy of Windows included in the budget? If you do need one included, do you have a preference?
Extra info or particulars:
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2020.09.05 15:40 BenBranny Update Out-of-date gaming setup

What will you be doing with this PC? Be as specific as possible, and include specific games or programs you will be using.
What is your maximum budget before rebates/shipping/taxes?
When do you plan on building/buying the PC? Note: beyond a week or two from today means any build you receive will be out of date when you want to buy.
What, exactly, do you need included in the budget? (ToweOS/monitokeyboard/mouse/etc)
Which country (and state/province) will you be purchasing the parts in? If you're in US, do you have access to a Microcenter location?
If reusing any parts (including monitor(s)/keyboard/mouse/etc), what parts will you be reusing? Brands and models are appreciated.
Will you be overclocking? If yes, are you interested in overclocking right away, or down the line? CPU and/or GPU?
Are there any specific features or items you want/need in the build? (ex: SSD, large amount of storage or a RAID setup, CUDA or OpenCL support, etc)
Do you have any specific case preferences (Size like ITX/microATX/mid-towefull-tower, styles, colors, window or not, LED lighting, etc), or a particular color theme preference for the components?
Do you need a copy of Windows included in the budget? If you do need one included, do you have a preference?
Extra info or particulars:
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2020.09.03 19:11 OnceUponAStarryNight (OC) OPERATION MESSI, PART ONE: THE LEGAL AND FINANCIAL REALITIES

Please feel free to read more of City coverage here.
Section One: The Legal Battle
Before there was the Isco Disco™, the seemingly perennial (and at times bi-annual) links to Real Madrid’s talented attacking midfielder – before there were transfer sagas that eventually resulted in the sale of high profile stars like Leroy Sané, or being spurned by the likes Dani Alves, Alexis Sánchez, or Jorginho – there were the links to Lionel Messi.
Dating back to 2011 when it was reported that City’s bosses had met with Lionel Messi’s entourage to ascertain the diminutive superstar’s intentions in light of news that Barcelona were trying to sign then-emerging Brazilian talent Neymar, rumors linking the Barcelona star to City have been injected into the news cycle like a steady drip from an IV. The links would continue over the decade, with City officials taking each chance they were given to impress the Argentinian, both on the pitch and off it.
Speculation that Messi could actually join City reached it’s zenith during the first half of 2016 when it was announced that his former Manager, Pep Guardiola, would be joining the Manchester club. That his arrival happened to coincide with Messi entering the final 12 months of his contract at the Camp Nou, speculation reached new levels. Though there were many who wondered aloud if circumstances may be ripe for a move, in the end no formal approach was made. City embarked on an expensive and extensive rebuilding project for their new star manager, one that was largely built on the backs of precocious young talents like Leroy Sane, Raheem Sterling, Kevin De Bruyne, and Gabriel Jesus, along with a cohort of tenured City stalwarts like Sergio Aguero, Fernandinho, Vincent Kompany, and David Silva.
With the 2016 summer window coming having come to a close with no formal approach having been made, Messi put pen to paper on a new four year extension with the only club he’s ever known. In doing so he set a new standard for himself financially, earning a compensation package that’s worth anywhere between €45m and €100m a year depending on which source you choose to trust. In turn the club gained the safety of an untouchable €700m release clause. Also inserted into that contract was a little thought of termination clause that would allow Messi to void the final year of his contract should he choose to do so. But it would be that clause, one few expected he would ever trigger after a lifetime at the club, in combination with the emergence of global health pandemic that would set the stage for one of the most stunning transfer sagas of the century.
If the journey to reach this day has been long, and the path winding, the process of actually signing Messi is likely to be even more complex. So while this will be a meandering article that will cover many topics – from contract law, to FIFA rules, to finance, it’s perhaps best to start at the beginning.
What About His Release Clause?
On August 25th a Burofax arrived at the offices of Barcelona Football Club containing official, legal notice of Messi’s intent to activate the termination clause in his contract and become a free agent. It’s this clause, and the impact of the coronavirus pandemic upon that clause, that lie at the heart of all the difficulties that have followed.
Only a few people are privy to the exact terms of Messi’s contract, but it has been widely reported that his contract contained a termination clause that would allow him to void the final season of his deal as long as he provided notice of his intention to do so prior to June 10th. Under normal circumstances that date would’ve allowed him somewhere between two and four weeks from the completion of the season to serve notice that he would be leaving. However, due to league shut-downs brought about by the pandemic, Messi’s season didn’t end until August 14th, by which point his termination clause had long since expired. As a result Messi’s future has been left in limbo, with the outcome hinging upon complex and sometimes competing legalities, financial difficulties, and a healthy dose of hubris.
While the player’s camp will continue to try and make the argument that his clause should be honored due to extenuating circumstances, Barcelona is certainly under no obligation to do so and Joesp Bartomeu, President of Barcelona, is plainly in no mood to to do. He is in fact in no mood to allow Messi to leave under any circumstances other than the complete fulfillment of his €700m release clause.
Could City Trigger His Release Clause?
Though there were reports circulating that the €700m release clause built into Messi’s contract had somehow expired at the end of this season, those reports have been shown to be false. On it’s face, the reports made little sense, as all players in Spain are required to have a release clause, so the idea that he suddenly did not never didn’t add up.
The reports led to La Liga taking the highly unusual step of publicly and officially declaring that Messi is still very much bound to Barcelona, and that his release clause is still very much in force. Again, operating under the assumption that Messi does indeed have a release clause (as he is legally obligated to) and that La Liga hasn’t foolishly exposed themselves to a lawsuit for falsely disseminating details of his contract in an official and public capacity, that would mean that the one guaranteed way for City to move the transfer forward would be to pay his release clause.
For obvious reasons paying €700m for a transfer fee alone would be extremely challenging under the existing Financial Fair Play frameworks. While clubs have the ability to amortize the costs of a transfer fee over the duration of a player’s contract, that would still leave City on the hook for €140m a year in expenses over the next five years (should they sign Messi to a five year contract) for the fee alone, before accounting for any potential salary. The numbers only get more challenging if the contract is for the two years that’re being reported. In that case City would have an FFP hit of €350m per year for the next two years just for the transfer fee.
Assuming a salary in in the range of €60m per year, that would leave City shouldering a FFP hit of somewhere between €200m and €410m per year. The first number would be extraordinarily challenging, the latter, likely impossible.
Given the financial difficulties associated with triggering his release clause, and Barcelona’s – or at least Bartomeu’s – stance that they will not agree to sell Messi for a lesser fee, that leaves all parties looking at what would likely be a protracted legal battle.
Could Messi Secure His Exit Through The Courts?
That, in many ways, is the million dollar question. While Messi and his attorneys will argue that extenuating circumstances should allow him to have the June 10th deadline in his contract extended to reflect the date when the season actually ended, it’s hardly a certainty that the Spanish legal system will allow this.
Thanks to excellent reporting work done by a team of writers at The Athletic, including City correspondent Sam Lee amongst many others, we know that under Spanish law deference is always given to the specific date when a question of interpretation arises in contracts. Plainly, that means that Messi and his team would have an uphill battle on their hands to show that his option to terminate his contract should be honored more than two months after it actually expired.
The one saving grace they may have is if there was what is known as a ‘force-majeure’ subclause attached to his void-option. Force-majeure is a fairly common clause to see written into contracts that protects one or both parties from harm due to unforeseeable, and catastrophic events (the term literally means, ‘force of nature.)’ In the event that there is such a clause, it would give Messi’s legal team a fighting chance. They’d still need to successfully argue that the Coronavirus pandemic qualifies as such an unforeseeable and devastating act, and they may very well do so successfully, but it’s far from a sure thing. If there is no such clause, the odds of success are likely stacked firmly in Barcelona’s favor.
There is, of course, another problem with needing to go to the court: legal proceedings take time. Sometimes a lot of time. Even under a best-case scenario (from Messi’s perspective) it’s likely that any legal battle would last months, taking both the player and any interested parties well beyond the transfer deadline of October 5th.
If Messi Believes His Contract Is Void, Could He Just Sign For Whomever He Wants?
Let’s call this the, “going rogue” option. As I’ve discussed above, Messi is in a sub-optimal position from a legal perspective, but if he’s really of the opinion that his contract is indeed void, could he just sign for City – or whomever else he wanted to – anyway?
In short: yes, he could… But both Messi and the acquiring club would be subject to an Article 17 Breach, and Barcelona would then be in an extremely strong position to bring a lawsuit for breach of contract, holding Messi liable for (at least) the full amount of his €700m release clause, plus whatever material damages that Barcelona feels it might incur as a loss of his services. That amount could, at least theoretically, be even greater than the €700m from his release clause, depending on what types of de-escalation clauses are (or are not) tied to Barcelona’s various marketing contracts.
Unfortunately, In order to understand the second part of those potential liabilities we have to delve into the realm of hypotheticals.
For example: Barcelona is reported to receive somewhere between €140m and €155m a year from Nike as their primary kit sponsor. If there is a clause in that contact that would trigger a decrease in that payment should Messi leave (as is likely to be the case) to, say, €100m a year, Messi could be held legally liable for the €40m-€55m loss Barcelona were to incur.
Again, and I cannot stress this enough, that’s a hypothetical scenario, but it’s likely that Nike would demand language to that effect before signing the biggest kit contact in history. There may be no such clause, or it may be for a smaller – or larger – number. No one besides the interested parties knows.
Furthermore, should the loss of Messi lead to a devaluation of the club by the lenders currently financing the club’s debt of approximately €1.3b, that could trigger escalator clauses that could increase their interests rates on those loans. Again, the club would have a strong legal position to argue that Messi is liable for those increased expenses.
These may all be hypotheticals – we don’t know what clauses (if any) are attached to Barcelona’s sponsorship agreements, and if so, how much they would cost Barcelona should Messi leave during this window. But there are almost certainly a bevy of material damages Messi could be held liable for, and those – along with the €700m release clause – would constitute the better part of a billion Euros.
The odds that Messi is bold enough to throw caution to the wind to simply sign with whomever he wants without being absolutely certain that his contract with Barcelona either is, or will be voided would be suicidally foolish, and as such it’s highly unlikely to happen.
Additionally – as if there weren’t enough reasons to avoid going rouge – if Messi were to sign for another club without being absolutely certain his contract was indeed voided and FIFA were to review the case and side with Barcelona – which seems unlikely given their stated guidelines on contracts as it pertains to contracts and Covid-19 (more on this in a moment) – Barcelona or FIFA could file an Article 17 complaint.
Article 17 of FIFA’s Transfer Regulations states that in the event that a player unilaterally terminates his contract without just cause, the player is liable for all potential damages.
“In all cases, the party in breach shall pay compensation. Subject to the provisions of article 20 and Annexe 4 in relation to training compensation, and unless otherwise provided for in the contract, compensation for the breach shall be calculated with due consideration for the law of the country concerned, the specificity of sport, and any other objective criteria. These criteria shall include, in particular, the remuneration and other benefits due to the player under the existing contract and/or the new contract, the time remaining on the existing contract up to a maximum of five years, the fees and expenses paid or incurred by the former club (amortised over the term of the contract) and whether the contractual breach falls within a protected period.”
Additionally and specifically to address potential meddling by the acquiring club, it goes on to state in section two that no third party can pay the resulting damages (IE: a club can’t pay those damages for the player).
Additionally under section three the player would be subject to a ban from all competitions for a period of 4-6 months depending on the severity of the breach.
And of last, but of course not least, the acquiring club would be subject two a minimum two window transfer ban.
What About FIFA, Could They Intervene On Messi’s Behalf?
There is, at least in theory, some ground for thinking this may be a possible avenue for Messi to escape his contract, and it would involve invoking Article 14 of FIFA’s Transfer Regulations, which states,
A contract may be terminated by either party without consequences of any kind (either payment of compensation or imposition of sporting sanctions) where there is just cause.
Exactly what FIFA would accept as a just cause remains to be seen, as the wording of the clause is incredibly vague when compared to, say Article 15, which governs contract termination for sporting cause, and to my knowledge, there have been no attempt at invoking Article 14.
In Messi’s favor would be FIFA’s own declared stance that contracts should handled with the spirit of the contract in mind as they declared in their April 7th release to address the legal consequences of Covid-19. Of relevant note:
“If parties cannot agree and, as a consequence, cases come to FIFA, the factors to be examined will include the following:
Invoking Article 14 or appealing directly to FIFA are of course hardly grantees of success. In the case of Article 14 it will be difficult to define precisely what qualifies as ‘just cause.’ Messi clearly wants the spirit of his contract to be honored, but he has not been materially harmed in any way by the club, and as such, that argument may not be enough.
And though the FIFA guidelines with regards to player contracts exist, they are guidelines, not official policy, and have never been subject to any kind of legal test like the ones they would surely face at the Court of Arbitration for Sport, who are the designated arbitrators for FIFA. Should FIFA agree with Messi that his contract is voided, Barcelona’s next step would be to file an immediate appeal to CAS and hope for an injunction.
As if all of that weren’t muddy enough, this is where things get really murky. Let’s say FIFA declares Messi’s contract void and he immediately signs with a new club, but upon review, the Court of Arbitration for Sport were to rule in favor of Barcelona – what then? Is Messi’s new contract voided? Are the new club and/or Messi liable for damages? Worse still – what if a Spanish civil court ruled Messi is in breach of contract regardless of what FIFA or CAS say?
This is, to say the least, extremely shaky legal ground that has no precedent to guide it, and both Messi and his new club would be taking an enormous financial risk even if FIFA were to back the player’s desired move.
Given the enormous financial risks involved, it’s unlikely that either the player or the acquiring club would have much of a stomach for this fight, even if the odds of success were somewhat better, especially if such resolution were to take another five to six months to achieve, during which time the player would be in limbo, and the club be deep into the most meaningful matches of their season.
What else is possible?
With Barcelona’s stance appearing to be fixed – no negotiations will be had – and all legal avenues either against the player or on unsteady legal footing, and with both sure to take many months to finalize, what other options does Messi have?
So far Messi and his camp are taking an approach that would be familiar to fans of the American NFL – he has refused to show up to mandatory team actives in violation of his contract – a holdout. In doing so he’s made himself subject to fines that could cost him his paychecks, but he’s also ratcheted up the pressure on Barcelona to find a solution.
If Messi’s stance is indeed to hold out – to refuse to play for the club without signing for someone else – he’s showing that he’s willing to stay at home for an entire year and in the process forfeit his pay. That, at least in theory, leaves the club in a bit of a bind. Assuming they don’t care about the optics of playing hardball with a club legend – and it certainly doesn’t appear Bartomeu cares much for what those around the club think of him – then the holdout does very little from a financial perspective. In fact, they can maintain all of their sponsorship agreements as they are, and the club won’t have to pay Messi a single Euro (at least in base salary, he’d still be due his image rights and other provisions). In doing so the club would likely save somewhere in the neighborhood of €45m/€60m – Messi’s exact salary is unknown.
Although we don’t know what stipulations are attached to Barcelona’s many sponsorship agreements as it pertains to Messi, it’s fair to say the club stands to lose a lot of money if Messi is sold or released before the start of the season. As a result it could be that Bartomeu’s refusal to sell Messi is borne less of any malignance toward the club legend than it is pure economics. In short, he may believe that between the money the club save in salary they aren’t paying Messi, in addition to the sponsorship revenue that they would be able to maintain – there is no financial agreement that could be made that would be of greater value than meeting his €700m release clause.
Or it could simply be that Joesp Bartomeu is an egomaniacal ass. There’s certainly some precedence for the belief, as the long – and ongoing – legal battles between Barcelona and former star Neymar clearly illustrate. The two parties have been engaged in near perpetuity from the moment the player left for PSG in a string of lawsuits, countersuits, and countersuits to countersuits; with the club accusing the player of being in breach of contract, while the player accuses the club of refusing to pay him wages he is owed for his time with the club. All of which was preceded by attempts by La Liga to intervene on the club’s behalf by initially refusing to accept his buyout clause, while lodging appeals with UEFA surrounding PSG’s adherence to Financial Fair Play.
The lesson: Barcelona under Bartomeu is not averse to engaging in long, protracted legal engagements against star players even when there is precious little to be gained by doing so.
So What’s Most Likely To Happen?
Regardless of whether Barcelona’s stance under Bartomeu is the result of financial imperative, ego, or a combination of both, it’s left no one with a clear path forward, and it may be that in the end the best option for everyone is for Messi to simply see out the final year of his contract, and sign a pre-contract with the club of his choice, free of any legal ramifications Barcelona could bring to bear, on January 1st.
As it stands today, September 2nd, Messi is less than four months away from such a situation. With nothing but a contentious legal minefield awaiting him – a field where there are no real winners, only those who lose less – perhaps it’s an opportunity for Messi to prove to the Barcelona faithful one last time that even in the face of the absurd stance of the club’s President, one man, despite being short of stature, can find yet another way to rise above the rest.
Section Two: The Finances
Determining what type of financial package an acquiring club would have to put together to make a Messi transfer a reality is a multi-part problem. The first requires determining what type of fee would be required to secure the players release from his current club, the second would be determining how large his wage packet would be.
In most cases these matters are relatively straight forward, but due to the legal uncertainty surrounding Messi’s contact status with Barcelona, and the enormity of his existing wages, the task of signing Messi is anything but routine.
In order to paint as thorough a picture as possible we’ll first explore the three primary scenarios in which Messi could sign for another club: by payment of his release clause; through a negotiated fee; or on a free transfer after securing his release, or in the winter window.
We’ll then look at ways that City may try to finance such a move.
Paying The Release Clause
The easiest way, and indeed perhaps the only way that Lionel Messi will be leaving Camp Nou during the summer window, will be for an interested club to take the audacious step of meeting his daunting €700m release clause. Doing so would require that club to find a way to finance a fee most triple that of any that’s ever been paid. To say the least, there are very few clubs in the world who could dream of financing such an outlay, but Manchester City may be one of the few who could.
In City’s favor will be the fact that they have a large amount of liquid assets at their disposal after the sale of 10% of the Club to Silver Lake Capital for $500m (£389m/€423m) in November of 2019. It is possible that the club could utilize the capital raised in that sale to fund – at least in part – his release clause. What would be more difficult, would be funding the remaining €275m. Seeking to sell more shares of the club is likely out of the question – such ventures take at a minimum many months to complete, and City have just over a month to raise the necessary capital. That would likely mean taking out a loan.
If we assume that City can raise the funds, and/or have the willingness to do so, the next question is how can they account for that expense under the constraints of Financial Fair Play?
Working in that club’s favor will be what’s called amortization. Though we briefly touched on the concept earlier, let’s do it slightly more justice now. Amortization at it’s most basic is the process of spreading a payment out of a longer period of time.
What may be confusing to some in this instance is that the actual payment itself would not be able to be spread out – if someone want’s to trigger Messi’s release clause they will need to find a way to furnish the entire €700m in one go. Instead what this is referring to, as we touched on earlier in the article, is how the payment is accounted for.
As a result of this allowance, a player’s transfer fee, at least for the purposes of compliance with Financial Fair Play, is usually not accounted for as a single lump sum, but rather is apportioned out across the length of the players contract. Still, no matter the accounting methods used, the acquiring club would be looking at a substantial FFP hit.
Reportedly Messi is only interested in a two-year contract, if so, that would leave the acquiring club in a highly untenable position, as that would mean taking an FFP hit of €350m per year on the transfer fee alone before accounting for any salary he would be owed. If we assumed a fairly conservative wage packet of €50m/yr for the Argentinian superstar that would mean the acquiring club would be taking on an eye-watering €400m FFP hit for each of the next two seasons. To give that number some context, Manchester City’s entire player expense sheet for the 2019/2020 season was roughly €450m. Even if Messi were to accept a longer five year contract, the Financial Fair Play hit would be €190m per season.
However, as a result of the Silver Lake sale, and the capital it raised, City aren’t necessarily priced out of this move. If the contract is only for two years, they can use that cash influx in any three-year Financial Fair Play accounting period. Th Silver Lake capital alone wouldn’t cover the expense of Messi, but it would take them more than half way home, and that combined with the sale of someone like Riyad Mahrez or Gabriel Jesus – two players who’s minutes would be directly impacted by Messi’s arrival – would get them closer.
The club could then do what Juventus did in renegotiating their sponsorship with Jeep after their acquisition of Christiano Ronaldo. Though City have only recently locked in their new apparel deal with Puma, their long standing – and much maligned – sponsorship with agreement with Etihad is due to expire at the end of the 2021 season. City could, at least in theory, use the acquisition of Messi as justification for renegotiating that contract at a significantly higher value – just as Juventus has.
Further, they could get creative with their wage packet. The could offer Messi a token salary, along with full image rights, and competition bonuses – all things we would normally receive – but make the bold move of offering him an ownership stake in City Financial Group. Given the firm valuation £3.89b that was imparted upon them with the Silver Lake acquisition, a 4% share of CFG would be worth roughly £155m. That would be strong compensation for two years service.
In that scenario, City may, just barely, be able to ride a combination of a fortuitously timed capital injection, player sales, a cleverly designed wage packet and renegotiated contracts, over the FFP finish line. Still, it would take every resource at City’s disposal to cover that release clause and even then, it may not be enough without the sale of another significant player or two.
Let’s call this scenario highly unlikely.
Paying A Negotiated Fee
In most cases, including that of Christian Ronaldo at rival Real Madrid, losing a long-tenured star player is a painful process, but one that both club and player work to make as amicable as possible. Doing so protects both the players image amongst supporters, and the clubs image to those who may with to join in the future. It’s never been a necessity, clubs have always been free to refuse to sell, and players have alway been free to hold out to try and force a move away – but football has an unspoken gentleman’s agreement that when a painful situation arises, it will be handled with class and dignity.
Josep Bartomeu does not appear to be a man who cares for the rules of convention. Whether it was with his aforementioned treatment of Neymar, or as it would appear to be in this instance – when Bartomeu has decided a player will not be allowed to leave, he would appear to mean that quite literally.
Though many may view that behavior as petulant or egotistical (and it may well be), there is a another far more likely culprit driving his decision making: financial imperative.
Though Barcelona are an incredibly wealthy and successful club, they are also a club carrying a significant debt load (almost €1.3b), and one that would appear to have been particularly hard-hit by the impacts of Covid-19, with the President himself taking the unusual step of declaring, “since March 14, we have barely receieved nearly €1. We have lost €200 million in revenues. 200! We have recovered some money by reducing wages and with the ERTE. We had to close the shops and the museum and there were no ticket sales. We also gave money back to season ticket holders for the games that were not played.
While the motivations of that kind of statement should be questioned – heads of major companies are loathe to publicly declare loses as it negatively impacts their leverage at the negotiating table – there’s no doubt that the pandemic will have hurt the club.
On it’s face then it would appear that agreeing a fee for Messi would be a logical move to counteract that financial pain. After all, they could secure a significant fee, whilst ridding themselves of his onerous wage bill.
There are, however, hidden landmines that may be lurking in the field should the club allow Messi his leave. The first and most obvious is that there are likely de-escalator clauses in many of Barcelona’s sponsorship agreements. Just as Juventus was able to renegotiate their primary kit sponsorship with Jeep, it’s likely that there are clauses which would see Barcelona’s major sponsorships cut dramatically in the event Messi leaves.
Perhaps worse still a decline in the valuation of the club – such as the one Real Madrid saw when Ronaldo left – would have more than a paper impact on Barcelona. That’s because when a club takes out a significant loan, such as the €800m loan it’s said to have taken out this past year for renovations of Camp Nou – they’re using the value of the club as collateral against that loan. A significant change in valuation, such as the one that would happen as a result of the loss of Messi, would likely impact the interest rates Goldman Sachs charges.
At the end of that Bartomeu is a businessman. Though he may not be the most pleasant man when he doesn’t get his way, it’s more likely that he has simply looked at the bigger financial picture and come to the conclusion that there genuinely is no fee of less than €700m that would offset the loses he feels the club would incur should Messi be sold this summer.
Logically speaking, if that weren’t the case, there’d be no obvious reason for his refusal to even accept the possibility of negotiating his stars release. He surely understands that Messi could leave the club on a free in ten months time – and sign a pre-contract in less than four – and has decided that despite this, it still makes more sense to refuse to allow the player to leave.
Perhaps it’s merely hubris, or arrogance, or petulance that’s led him to this position, but it’s unlikely that he’s reached this point in his career – as the head of the highest grossing sports franchise on Earth – by being that emotional. Whatever personality traits Bartomeu may possess, he’s a prudent man, and his stance is likely borne of that same view.
Waiting Till The Winter Window
If we operate under the assumption that financing the acquisition of Messi by triggering his release clause is either impossible, or implausible enough to treat as such; and that Barcelona will remain steadfast in their refusal to sell – as they very much appear to be – then that leaves Messi but one way out: on a free at the expiry of his contract.
If Messi is forced to stay at Barcelona, he can use it as one last opportunity to further cement his already indelible legacy with the Barcelona fanbase: a player who acted with class and dignity in the face of an ignominious club President. In the process he can use that time to solicit the very best offers from clubs around the world, maximizing the value of whatever contract he signs next.
Messi’s decision to leave the only club he’s every know has always appeared to be a hasty one; driven as much by a realization that Barcelona would be unlikely to deliver his dream of one last Champions League win given their current aging roster, as it was the sting of their humbling at the hands of an ascendant Bayern Munich side.
However, if Messi’s desire to leave had been driven in part by those factors leading up to his announcement, he now likely has a greater one: a disdain for Bartomeu. Though the President’s tenure is up for vote in March, he’s likely to retain his position, and it’s hard to envisage a scenario where Messi agrees to sign a new contract under his tenure, as all faith in his, or the Club’s willingness to honor the spirit of those contracts is now likely decimated.
It will also give Manchester City, and any other clubs that care to make a run at his signature, time to formulate concrete plans for how they’ll fund such an acquisition.
In the meantime, all anyone can do is wait. Perhaps Bartomeu will have a change of heart, or perhaps the approach of the deadline and the threat of losing Messi on a free will compel him into last minute negotiations. Perhaps the player will initiate a lengthy, costly, and uncertain legal battle either though the Spanish courts or through UEFA to try and secure his release during the winter window. But as of this moment, all signs point to Messi playing out the final season of his contract with Barcelona, perhaps reluctantly, before making a decision that will inexorably alter not only his life, but a significant portion of the European football landscape.
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