WEFA Intercontinental Champions Cup | Semi-Finals | Camp Nou, Barcelona
CHILE 3-1 EBORIA
Eboria’s run in the IC3 came to an end in Barcelona tonight. Chile, led by Alexis Sanchez and Arturo Vidal were just too strong for Eboria on the night. Eboria had been without playmaker Matt Murphy and lost Buckhalter and Myers to injuries before half-time. Continue reading “IC3: Chile too hot for Eboria in Semi-final”
WEFA Intercontinental Champions Cup | Group A | Valencia, Spain
NETHERLANDS 0-2 EBORIA
The party has begun! Eboria will face the runner-up in Group B in the IC3 Semi-final after a sensational victory over the reigning WEFA World Champions in Valencia. Continue reading “IC3: Eboria gain historic victory against the Dutch”
WEFA Intercontinental Champions Cup | Group A | Seville, Spain
EBORIA 2-0 AUSTRALIA
Eboria took a big step towards progressing out of the group of the IC3 for the first time ever by beating Australia 2-0 in Seville. Goals from Jake Carter and a thumper from Roman Baric got the Eborians past the Aussies. Continue reading “IC3: Eboria beat Australia 2-0”
WEFA Intercontinental Champions Cup | Group A | Madrid, Spain
SPAIN 1-1 EBORIA
Roman Baric gave Eboria a shock lead in the opening game of the Intercontinental Champions Cup (IC3). The forward connected with a Myers cross, beating a static Spanish defence in the 13th minute. Continue reading “IC3: Eboria open with draw against Spain”
ESL Transfers | Real Mardis | Angel FC |Olympians
Real Mardis have been busy signing up their new Fantasticos 2.0 line-up. Head Coach Dario Dominguez (formely at Olympians) is recruiting some skillful players to compliment his crop of locals. This week they have secured the services of three ESL players: Continue reading “Mardis snap up ESL threesome”
2018 World Nations Cup Qualifiers | CONCAFA
The heat is officially on in CONCAFA! With the Aguador’s 1-1 draw in Anderland, the gap between the top teams is so thin. With four rounds to go , there is a chance for seven of the eight teams to go through. Eboria dropped points to Djaraska, with a 2-2 draw. that draw though, eliminated Djaraska from contention.
The point puts the Aguador in 5th, with Latania above based on goal difference. With a top of the table clash coming up in September, the other teams will be hoping to capitalise on any points dropped. Eboria still have to play the next four nations- Anderland, Marida, Aguador and Latania, so their lead is not assured.
Angel FC | Adidas
Angel FC today showed off their new 2017-18 home kit, made by Adidas. Their new look, following the transition from Nike to Adidas is also debuting their new team badge and sponsors logo too. This gives them quite a clean new look in our opinion. Continue reading “Angel show off their new look-Adidas home kits”
Melborg FC | Nike
Melborg FC today showed off their new home and away kits for the 2017-18, the first under their new deal with US manufacturers Nike. The first kit in 20 years to not have the classic three stripes on the sleeves, instead, bringing a clean new look for the beginning of the Wilko era. Continue reading “Melborg show off their new Nike kits”
ESL Recruitment | San Andreas Spirit | Seafax Strikers
The last two ESL teams with head Coach vacancies filled them today. The San Andreas Spirit named Patrick Brady to lead them, whilst the Seafax Strikers have promoted from within- Jon Lewis, who was the assistant Head Coach has taken on the role of Full Head Coach.
With these two positions in place, the ESL is fully stocked at the management positions- just the whole matter of the transfer window merry-go-round to go through before the season starts!
ESL Transfers | Scott Donahoe
The window has only just opened, but here are five ESL moves to have gone down on #FaststartFriday!
1. Aron Mulder CF (Juvenese to New Jorg United)
The young Anderland international was looking for somewhere to play regularly. Should be a great asset up front to replace the departing Michael Ameche. Stood out as a super-sub for Juvenese in the past two CONCAFA Champs League rounds, now gets to be a starter.
2. Blake Solo CM (Elverpool to Rochester United)
Solo slipped out of favour in Elverpool. With his confidence hit, he (and his agent) jumped at a chance to rebuild the ‘Solo13’ brand at newly-promoted Rochester. When on form, one of the top playmakers in the ESL.
3. Saúl Blanco LW (Independiente to Angel FC)
With Carlos Suárez’s move pending, Angel have not waited. Blanco is a talented left-winger, making great runs and tracks back well, too. The Aguadorian is a good pick. Will not directly replace Suárez in terms of goals and chances, so they will need to add more.
4. Dante Reed GK (Carlton to FC Coratia)
The goalie gives Coratia some ESL experience between the sticks, both sides will be hoping that he has less shots to save than when with Carlton last year. A good, young keeper with lots of potential.
5. Alváro CF (West Hampton Athletic to Olympians)
The task of replacing Nelinho and Hernandinho (both certain to move on) begins with a low-key move for Alváro of West Hampton Athletic. Good at NLS1 level and stood out in Copa Eboria ties, but untested at ESL level. An intriguing choice, who will be to follow?