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Posted: Jul 15 2007, 11:05 PM
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Victory to the Commonwealth Teams!

This event, the first time any team from the Commonwealth has entered, and both teams have been able to move on. The St. Myhre Saints held the top of their group and advanced into the Octofinals. The Rangers then fell behind after a injury to keeper Javier Topper keep him from playing the last 2 games. Topper's strings of injuries has been a huge set back to the youthful success. With the line of injuries the National team might have to look for another keeper, leaving Topper with just the league team, sure to be an upset with the nation. The Rangers came in second, the runner up to the United Commonwealth Football Cup, while the Saints for the past two years have been able to secure the cup. The Montreal Rangers had to fight it out, but in the end, durring the play-offs, the Rangers were able to over come Perumnasih from Bettia, the home of the no-defence players, and it showed. The Rangers put in a early goal must had to fight to the last second for every inch of ground to push the Perumnasih strikers back. At the final whistle, many players just collapsed, on both teams. The Rangers from the hard earned victory that drained all energy, the Perumnasihs from the weight of the defeat. After the game, hands were shaked, players congratulated jersey's swapped and then the two teams headed their separate ways. But not before Javier Topper, the injuried Captain of the Rangers was able to give Peri Busilanta the Ranger Captain band, a sign of respect, an occasion rarely seen out side of Delesa.

And it is worth mentioning, that once again the Delesian fans show that they are one of the best supporters with the greatest attitudes. Even through the Perumnasih were the enemy at the start whistle, when the team started towards their tunnel the team recieved a standing ovation from the Rangers fans dressed in their blue and yellow.

Now the Rangers move on to face the CA Ville Royale from Oliverry, should be a great frog fight, as several of the players on Montreal come from the french island Quebec.

The St. Myhre Saints under the leadership of Michael McShane play against Chaialim from Milchama. You might not reconize the name so let me jolt the memory, this nation invaded another by mistake, a failure in map reading skills, also closer to home, the nation that sent its football team to the first Delesian AOCAF with horses. That resulted in a career ending injury, and in the end a defeat to the Commonwealth United team. McShane was the captain of the national team as well, several other players on the Saints were on the national team. This should be an interesting match up as it is easy to say that the Saint players might be out for blood, Milchama blood and at the same time keeping the eye on the prize of a victory, and a little pay back for that injuried player.
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Posted: Jul 15 2007, 11:06 PM
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opps didnt know i was signed in as the south... its just plain Delesa
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Posted: Jul 16 2007, 12:29 PM
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it's fine del

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Posted: Jul 16 2007, 12:35 PM
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Octofinal 1 (@ Laheenakhi Sport Complex):
Desert Foxes 2–1 Santa Rosa FC

Octofinal 2 (@ New F'ah and Old Pride Industries Stadium):
Naquada Falls Demons 3–1 Hypocrium City

Octofinal 3 (@ WonderField):
CA Ville Royale 1–3 Montreal Rangers

Octofinal 4 (@ Q'an Coliseum):
Ennemy City East 3–1 Great Alexandria

Octofinal 5 (@ Anise-Flavored Bathroom Fixtures Corporation Field):
Butetown Dragons 2–1 Sonoma Center Panthers

Octofinal 6 (@ The Bar Khush):
Yuba United 1–0 Revena Ruckus

Octofinal 7 (@ The Zizelahud):
Chaialim 0–2 St. Myhre Saints

Octofinal 8 (@ Xanto Vaughan Stadium):
Akani Sands 3–2 QSX United
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Posted: Jul 16 2007, 12:49 PM
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This is the final draw of the tournament. The winners of Quarterfinal A will play the winners of Quarterfinal B; C play D, and et cetera.

Quarterfinal A (@ The Bar Khush): Desert Foxes - Butetown Dragons
Quarterfinal B (@ Q'an Coliseum): Naquada Falls Demons - Akani Sands
Quarterfinal C (@ Anise-Flavoured Bathroom Fixtures Corporation Field): Montreal Rangers - Yuba United
Quarterfinal D (@ Shi, Shi, and Khrid Investments Stadium): St. Myhre Saints - Ennemy City East
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Posted: Jul 17 2007, 12:44 PM
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Getting Better?

The Commonwealth is one of two nations, the other being Bettia with Butetown Dragons and Akani Sands that have both teams still in the race for the cup. And as another twist, the Montreal Rangers who finished second in their group, is the only team still in and not from first place finish in their groups. So if that doesn't say anything for Montreal...

Last night the Rangers took the pitch with fury defeating CA Ville Royale 3-1. It wasn't until the second half that all the goals were scored, the first remained a fight for control and short passes at midfield. Both coaches possibly got fed up and told the teams to begin their long game, resulting in several break-aways. Players to score for Montreal were striker #13 Topher Rodolph, center midfielder #11 Owen Wilton and #5 Norbert Tison. The CA Ville Royale goal was scored by Zachary Roberts with a chip over the keeper on a break away. Rolo challenged Roberts, but too soon did he leave the line, for as soon as Rolo was too far out, Roberts took the chance and it payed off. At this point the score was 2-1 and it looked as if the Premi่re Ligue Champions might have a chance in defeating the second place team from the United Commonwealth Football Cup. But Tison was able to capitalize on a free kick 24 meters out, firing a rocket into the bottom left corner in the 82nd minute. At which point hope for a tie and then over time was very very small.

In a different stadium in a different city the St. Myhre Saints defeated Chaialim 2-0, putting another clean sheet to the relatively new keeper, Gene Rolo. The goal scorers for that game were #15 Craig Millard, the opposite to #4 Micheal McShane, who scored the other goal.

Now the Rangers move on to face first place finish Yuba United at Western Afghanistan's Anise-Flavoured Bathroom Fixtures Corporation Field in Quarterfinal C. The Saints move on to face another first place finish Ennemy City East at Shi, Shi, and Khrid Investments Stadium in the Quarterfinal D.

Good Luck and Good Night Commonwealth!
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Posted: Jul 17 2007, 12:44 PM
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ooc: got it this time tongue.gif
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Posted: Jul 21 2007, 01:08 PM
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Quarterfinals RP Cutoff

sorry about the delay as well...
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Posted: Jul 21 2007, 01:17 PM
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Quarterfinal A (@ The Bar Khush):
Desert Foxes 2-1 Butetown Dragons

Quarterfinal B (@ Q'an Coliseum):
Naquada Falls Demons 0-2 Akani Sands

Quarterfinal C (@ Anise-Flavoured Bathroom Fixtures Corporation Field):
Montreal Rangers 1-2 Yuba United

Quarterfinal D (@ Shi, Shi, and Khrid Investments Stadium):
St. Myhre Saints 1-1 Ennemy City East
(AET: St. Myhre Saints 1-2 Ennemy City East)


Semifinal I (@ WonderField): Desert Foxes - Akani Sands

Semifinal II (@ Laheenakhi Sport Complex): Yuba United - Ennemy City East


OOC: That is rotten luck, Del. Your two clubs had the two highest skill totals because you'd RPed. It's a shame, that is. sad.gif
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Posted: Jul 21 2007, 06:59 PM
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occ: damn it ha-ha oh well
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Semifinals RP Cutoff
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Posted: Jul 23 2007, 01:27 PM
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Semifinal I (@ WonderField):
Desert Foxes 3-2 Akani Sands

Semifinal II (@ Laheenakhi Sport Complex):
Yuba United 0-1 Ennemy City East


3rd Place Playoff (@ Anise-Flavored Bathroom Fixtures Corporation Field): Akani Sands - Yuba United

Final (@ Q'an Coliseum): Desert Foxes - Ennemy City East
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Posted: Jul 24 2007, 03:43 PM
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The Herat Sun

Article by Wadeer Moshadi, Translated by Robert Butler

Though we in Western Afghanistan have been frustrated to watch the most recent Atlantian Oceania Champions League be marred by delays due to security lapses, we have played witness to some remarkable football. The octofinal between Butetown Dragons of Bettia and Sonoma Center Panthers of the Unified Capitalizt States was the most remarkable yet of the tournaments many exciting events. The attention of the West Afghan people has been held steadfast by the participating clubs, and though disappointment was widespread when all of the Most Serene Republic's clubs were offed, they have thrown their support at many of the exciting foreign clubs to grace the pitches over the last few weeks.

Having reached the end of the tournament, two dark horses of sorts will be on show for the final match at the Q'an Coliseum. Desert Foxes of Milchama, who clawed past Butetown Dragons in a quarterfinal, after cruising past Herat club Pesarast Xanto in the group stage, will meet Ennemy City East, the tiny club from Limbrogidlia who have fought tooth and nail (and been the beneficiaries of some good luck in the draws) in escaping a horridly tough group, which contained UCS monsters Panthers, and then beating Great Alexandria, St. Myhre Saints (after a nail-biting penalty shootout), and Yuba United in the knockouts.

The match will have quite a few Milchaman and Limbrogidlian fans in attendance, but it can be assured that they will be joined in support by the thousands of West Afghans who will attend the match. Notable sport personalities Khuhekhezal Muhammad, Assef Rushufi, and Darius Half-Assed Jackson, will be in attendance, and various deals have been made with international television corporations to provide nonstop coverage of the match to fans all over the world.

"It has been a pleasure hosting this tournament, and we are proud to have hosted such a prodigious tournament in our small nation. Thank you to all the fans of Atlantian Oceania," said Under-Secretary of Sport Ali Hirilashir. The people of Western Afghanistan whole heartedly share Mr. Hirilashir's sentiment.

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Posted: Jul 24 2007, 03:58 PM
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3rd Place Playoff (@ Anise-Flavored Bathroom Fixtures Corporation Field):
Akani Sands 2-0 Yuba United

Final (@ Q'an Coliseum):
Desert Foxes 1-1 Ennemy City East
(AET: Desert Foxes 1-2 Ennemy City East)
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Posted: Jul 25 2007, 10:41 PM
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"Well that was close"

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"Goddamnit another blown potential victory for Milchama"

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"Always the finalist but never the winners"

"I hate life"

"I hate Gamliel"

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