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Transfer Talk Winter 18-19

Eborian Super League | Transfer Talk

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Amorgan’s Marcos Aurelio & Bragadora’s teenage prodigy Costinho are likely targets this winter.

As the season takes its winter break, the focus turns to the upcoming winter transfer window, that opens on January 1st.

Two of the top targets are considered to be Amorgan Celtic’s key defensive midfielder Marco Aurelio and Bragadora’s precocious talent- Costinho. The top ESL clubs will be fighting it out with the cream of CONCAFA, so who are the favourites to bag these future heroes: Continue reading “Transfer Talk Winter 18-19”

Adelphia Arsenal win, claim Christmas Championship

Adelphia Arsenal win, claim Christmas Championship

Eborian Super League | Round 17 | 2018-19

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Adelphia Arsenal climbed back to the top of the ESL with a 1-0 win over Melborg. Jordan  Wilcox’s 38th minute strike was all that was needed in front of the Adelphia faithful. Wilcox had been set up perfectly by Luis Velasquez.

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Frank Lebeau’s team overtook New Jorg on the final ESL weekend of 2018 with a determined performance over David Wilkerson’s men. Melborg stretched the Arsenal defence at times, but were unable to get the ball in the net.



CONCAFA Champions League KO Draw

CONCAFA Champions League KO Draw

CONCAFA Champions League | 2018-19 | Last 16 Draw

CONCAFA today made the last 16 draw for the 3CL and the last quarter-final draw for the Copa Unidad(e)

There are some mouth-watering ties coming up in February, from Adelphia and Juvenese squaring off to New Jorg United and AS Milazio meeting too early for some. Defending champions Real Mardis are facing Aguadorian Champions Chavés CF, meaning the top two payrolls in CONCAFA are against eachother.

PRO EVOLUTION SOCCER 2018_20181109132141Bautista and Makamalé’s Angel will be up against Giapoli in the last sixteen.

CONCAFA Champions League Last Sixteen draw:

Real Mardis (MRD) v Chavés CF (AGU)
Rosano Centrale (LTA) v Bocamanga (AGU)
Elverpool v Internacional (AGU)
Adelphia Arsenal v Juvenese (LTA)
New Jorg United v AS Milazio (LTA)
Nova Porto (MRD) v Club Tigres (PRS)
Independiente (AGU) v Panteras (PRS)
Angel FC v Giapoli (LTA)


Copa Unidad(e) Quarter-Finals:

ALFA v Willemsburg SV (ALD)
Melborg v San Paolo (LTA)
Bragadora (MRD) v Olympians
Florençia (AGU) v Leonense (MRD)

Key –
AGU  Aguador
ALD  Anderland
LTA   Latania
MRD Marida
PRS   Panduras

Captain’s goal breaks deadlock in top of table clash

Captain’s goal breaks deadlock in top of table clash

Eborian Super League | 2018-19 | Round 16

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Adelphia Arsenal overtook New Jorg United following a 1-0 victory in the top of the table clash at the DIY Depot Arena on Saturday night. The result also ended New Jorg’s domestic unbeaten run this season.

Captain Daniel Ayandele struck in injury time at the end of the first half, with the Centre Back volleying in from a half cleared corner. Aron Mulder went closest for the visitors, who were missing two regulars through injury and suspension. The result leaves Adelphia on top of the table, with one round to go before the Christmas break.

Adelphia HC Frank Lebeau said that it was a stellar performance from his side, adding  “we penetrated their lines at the right times, everything went to plan today. I am very pleased with the team shape, the passion and determination tonight.”

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Bautista: “We need  to be more consistent”

Bautista: “We need to be more consistent”

Angel FC Head Coach Marcos Antonio Bautista has bemoaned his teams inconsistency again, following the teams loss in a Landor Derby to LSG 1-0 this weekend.

“I don’t understand how we seem to pick and choose when we play. We cannot win trophies if we are not playing in a rhythm. We need to be more consistent.”

He added “I know this was a derby match, but that is no excuse that I will use. We knew the opposition and knew the gameplan. We did not execute.”

Angel have won nine of their fifteen games this season, but have lost six games- which appear to be a lot for this stage of the season for a top team.

3CL: All four teams advance

3CL: All four teams advance

CONCAFA Champions League 2018-19

Adelphia Arsenal, Angel FC, Elverpool and New Jorg United have all booked their places in the knockout stages of the 2018-19 3CL. This is the  first time that all four Eborian clubs have won their respective groups in the 3CL. All four will be seeded, along with Real Mardis, Nova Porto and the best two runners-up; Independiente and Rosano Centrale.

This means that the teams could be paired with*: AS Milazio, Juvenese, Giapoli or Chavés in the last sixteen.

* Angel can’t play Milazio or Bocamanga, Adelphia can’t play Giapoli or Internacional, NJ United can’t face Juvenese or Tigres and Elverpool can’t face Chavés or Panteras.

The draw for the  last 16 takes place on 13 December.

Final Standings:



Angel and ALFA disappoint, Olympians goalless

Angel and ALFA disappoint, Olympians goalless

ESL 2018-19 | Round 13

Angel’s Head Coach Marcos Antonio Bautista expressed his disappointment at dropping all three points away at Coratia this afternoon. The team rested a few players, following the fantastic midweek win away to AS Milazio in the CONCAFA Champions League and did not show the shape and determination of the preceding days.

MAB said to reporters “To show up like this for a game disappoints me, we had the players, we have a squad on paper that can compete. We did not prove this today and I am dismayed. I need players to put on the shirt and try their best. I am not sure I can say this for all who went out there. I take responsibility for this showing and the player will have to look at themselves, individually.”  He added ” We will fight on, for the right to be champions, I will not rest”.

ALFA lost a close one, 3-2 at home to rivals Elverpool. The team led 2-1, thanks to goals from Roman Baric and Danny Marshall, but conceded a late brace to Axel Heinz. Elverpool’s JPL was delighted with the win, whilst ALFA’s Picardo was left angry at the defensive shape at the death and vowed to work on that for next time.

Olympians, meanwhile, held out for a goalless draw at home to San Andreas, perhaps tired from the Copa Unidad(e) experience on Thursday evening. They remain in fourth place- which bearing in mind their start to the season (0-0-3) is remarkable.

NJ strike seven, Adelphia and Hallas win

NJ strike seven, Adelphia and Hallas win

ESL 2018-19 | Round 13

New Jorg United struck seven for the second time this season, with an emphatic 7-1 win against West Hampton Athletic today.  Doubles from in-form duo Aron Mulder and Peter Aguba kept their unbeaten start to the season well intact. There were also goals from Niko Kranic, Sasa Lucic and supersub Kevin Kelly. United has 25 shots at goal in this game! Continue reading “NJ strike seven, Adelphia and Hallas win”

Round 3: ALFA, Adelphia and New Jorg all flex their muscles

Round 3: ALFA, Adelphia and New Jorg all flex their muscles

ESL Matchday 3 Roundup| 2018-19 Season

The third matchday brought us some great ties- Angel and ALFA, Amorgan against a so-far winless defending champion Adelphia Arsenal. New Jorg United entertained Elverpool.

The big note is that LSG are top of the table, with a 100% record, having defeated Olympians away from home 3-0. 5 goals scored, none conceeded- LSG could be the new team to watch this season. Continue reading “Round 3: ALFA, Adelphia and New Jorg all flex their muscles”

ESL: Off to a flyer- Round 1 in Review

ESL: Off to a flyer- Round 1 in Review

ESL Matchday One | Season 2018-19

The first weekend of ESL action has now been completed, with three new teams- but all 18 having a new look, with new players and kits, coaching staff. Let’s rundown the first 9 matches of the 2018-19 campaign:


Amorgan began the season with a well-earned draw with New Jorg, although Brian Mason’s side will be disappointed to have conceded a 94th minute equaliser, courtesy of Peter Aguba.

Amorgan led twice, thanks to goals from new recruit Zack Freeman (what a difference a year makes, huh?). Aaron Mulder negated the opening strike, but NJ never looked on top form, Amorgan harassed and hurried them at every corner. A great start.


ALFA started the new era, with Head Coach Carlo Picardo and Striker Mario Lotti with a loss at home to Melborg.

Debutant Vitor Ramires scored the only goal of the game, eight minutes after half-time. David Wilkerson’s squad looked much sharper than last year.


Elverpool kicked off their campaign with a dominating victory over San Andreas. Goals from Aaron Johnson (2), Axel Heinz and Scott Bradshaw saw the reds ease past the Spirit, leaving the feeling that there is much left in the tank.


Angel’s veteran playmakeer Alex van der Kamp saved the home team’s bushes with a late direct free kick goal. Oakland had pressed and marked Angel out of the game- with a very workman like performance. Marcos Antonio Bautista’s men’s class showed through in the end. Debutant Christian Makamalé looked sharp up front, but was double-team marked

Other results:

LSG  1-0  WHA

PRO EVOLUTION SOCCER 2018_20180810155619New Jorg United celebrate Peter Aguba’s 94th equaliser.