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2020.07.27 20:02 digestives27 Reasons Why I Still Play FM08 – The First Five Years (Year 1, Part 2)

Reasons Why I Still Play FM08 – The First Five Years (Year 1, Part 2)
NB: This is part TWO of a TWO-part series. If you haven’t yet read part ONE, please click here.
Sunday 1st June 2008
The leagues are complete, the European competitions are decided, it’s time to see the damage done.
Premier League
We’ll start with the Premier League and, as expected, Man Utd held on to their strong advantage to retain the title, the top-scoring Reds finishing 1 goal and 6 points ahead of Arsenal. Liverpool and Man City claim the remaining Champions League places, whilst Portsmouth finished a point ahead of Everton to claim the first available UEFA Cup place.
Fulham would’ve needed a mathematical miracle to have survived relegation, and Middlesbrough were already related going into the final day so a draw with Wigan meant little to them, but Wigan were already safe thanks in part to what was essentially a relegation play-off match between Birmingham and Sunderland. A win for either team would see them survive but a draw would not be enough for Sunderland.
David Connolly stepped up and scored a highly contentious goal for Sunderland in a tightly contested game. Birmingham City couldn’t believe what they believed was an offside goal was allowed to stand and replays have since shown that they may have had every right to feel aggrieved about that goal. They did not, however, do enough to get back into the match and although an equaliser would’ve seen them survive, they could not muster one and now drop down into the Championship.
Kevin Doyle has the last laugh in his ongoing feud with Leroy, pipping him to the Golden Boot for Reading with 25 goals to Lita’s 24. Andy Johnson rounds off the top 3 with 23 goals for Everton. Cani’s 16 assists see him take the non-existent playmaker of the year award, 3 clear of John Carew. I shall forever call this the Playmaker Award now.
The league table is as follows:
Overachievers: Man City, Derby County, West Ham
Underachievers: Tottenham, Chelsea, Bolton, Middlesbrough
West Ham seal European football through the Euro Vase, aka Intertoto Cup, by virtue of the fact that apparently neither Everton or Chelsea, nor Blackburn bothered to apply.
As we know, Portsmouth secured European football through 5th place but wait… Newcastle and Derby are also in Europe?!
This can only mean one thing…
FA Cup
Derby comfortably defeated Blackburn 3-1 at Wembley while Newcastle played out a dramatic 3-3 draw with Portsmouth. The game would be settled by penalties, with Portsmouth scoring their first 2 and Newcastle missing them both. Nerves got the better of the Pompey players as Newcastle scored their next 3 and Portsmouth missed all of them. Incredible scenes in the capital.
Not to be outdone, Derby and Newcastle would contest a fierce final themselves. James Milner wins the header from the goalkeeper’s free kick to nod down to Barton who returns a through ball for Milner to slot home in the 22nd minute. However, Derby would hit back on the brink of half-time, in part thanks for a huge stroke of good fortune: David Jones’ free kick on the edge of the box taking a huge deflection off the wall to wrong-foot Shay Given.
Deadlocked at 90 minutes, the game moved into extra time. More free kick fortune for Derby as Ulrik Yttergård Jenssen’s freekick deflects off the wall as well and into the path of Daniel Fredheim Holm who lashed home high into the net. However with the clock pushing 122 minutes, Derby go on the attack instead of taking it the corner flag. They would be punished with a flowing Newcastle counterattack, Nicky Butt feeding Derek Boateng who flights a ball to the back post for an unmarked Claudio Caçapa to nod home a dramatic late equaliser.
The penalty shootout would be quick and painless. Derby’s players, mentally crushed from conceding such a late goal and dissolved of all confidence, missed all 3 of their penalties to concede the FA Cup to Newcastle United.
Consolation for Derby is that, because Newcastle already secured European football through their League Cup victory, they will also be playing in Europe thanks to being FA Cup runners up. Incredible for a team that was predicted to be relegated this season.
Charlton return to the top division, hanging on to top spot despite losing to West Brom on a final day, as Sheffield United could only muster a draw at home to Southampton. Watford, West Brom, QPR and Southampton make up the playoff hopefuls whilst Hull, Sheffield Wednesday and Colchester all drop down into League One. All three relegated teams’ fates were sealed before the final day, so Hull’s 2-0 win at home to Ipswich was in vain.
Stoke and Crystal Palace played each other in a play-off decider, with Stoke knowing that any win would secure them 6th place. Palace needed a win against Stoke and a favour from title-chasing Sheffield United against Southampton to leapfrog both Stoke and Southampton into 6th. As such, Southampton needed to better Stoke’s result to secure the playoffs. As it transpired, Crystal Palace’s dramatic 90th minute winner away to Stoke was not enough as Southampton played out an entertaining 2-2 draw with Sheffield United.
Massive credit to Scunthorpe who were predicted to finish rock bottom this season and defied all expectations by finishing 9th, just 3 points off the playoffs. Unbelievable effort from QPR too, who flouted their 18th place prediction by finishing 5th in the playoff places.
Marlon King would finish top scorer for Watford with 30 goals, well clear of second place István Ferenczi, Kevin Kyle picking up the Playmaker Award with 14 assists.
Playoff Semi Finals – leg 1
QPR 1 – 1 West Brom
Southampton 2 – 0 Watford
Playoff Semi Finals – leg 2
West Brom 2 – 0 QPR << West Brom win 3-1 on aggregate
Watford 2 – 1 Southampton << Southampton win 3-2 on aggregate
Playoff Final
Southampton 1 – 2 West Brom
A cagey 2-1 win for West Brom as Chris Brunt scores a late winner from a set piece. Sherjill MacDonald may well have offside for the opener as Zoltan Gera played a lovely ball in to the near post and Southampton may well have a right to be upset with referee Lee Probert. If the build-up to the equaliser was scrappy, the finish certainly wasn’t: a ball lifted over the top by Jason Euell is despatched exquisitely on the volley by David McGoldrick. Chris Brunt would have the last laugh in this one, sticking a 20yard free kick into the top corner to send West Bromwich Albion back into the Premier League.
Overachievers: QPR, Scunthorpe, Barnsley
Underachievers: Preston, Sheffield Wednesday, Cardiff City, Colchester United
League One
Business as expected for the top two as Nottingham Forest win the league and Swansea City seal automatic promotion. Yeovil needed favours on the final day to usurp Swansea but did themselves none in the process by drawing in what transpired to be a dead rubber against Bristol Rovers. Doncaster needed to better Carlisle’s result to go up but instead both teams lost, and Carlisle held onto 6th place. Brighton could’ve taken advantage of that slip but lost to champions Nottingham Forest, whilst Oldham could’ve shocked everybody but ultimately lost to Southend instead.
All four relegated teams were already down going into the final day: Northampton, Leeds, Tranmere and Leyton Orient.
Frazier Campbell of Wallsall and Marvin Williams of Yeovil would share the Golden Boot between them with 32 goals, 4 clear of veteran striker Tore André Flo. Brian Howard’s impressive displays for Yeovil meant he claimed the Playmaker Award with 20 assists.
Playoff Semi Finals – leg 1
Luton 2 – 1 Walsall
Carlisle 1 – 3 Yeovil
Playoff Semi Finals – leg 2
Walsall 0 – 0 Luton << Luton win 2-1 on aggregate
Yeovil 3 – 1 << Yeovil win 6-2 on aggregate
Playoff Final
Luton 4 – 1 Yeovil << Luton promoted after extra time
An open-ended affair with chances aplenty for both sides, Luton taking the lead inside the first 5 minutes, full-back Alan Goodall whipping a lovely ball into the near post for Sam Parkin to tuck away. Yeovil would be reduced to ten me early in the second half, Terrell Forbes hospital pass clearance met by the head of Luton’s Chris Hackett who nodded into the path of striker Drew Talbot. Talbot was unable to get his shot away clearly as Matthew Rose stuck out a leg to bring Talbot down and was sent off for a professional foul, drawing large protests from the Yeovil players.
Still, Yeovil pressed and five minutes later they’d find an unlikely equaliser. Brian Howard, standing over a free kick 30 yards out, goes for the audacious and gets a huge slice of luck as the free kick clatters off the wall, sends the keeper the wrong way and flies into the empty net.
Brave Yeovil would hold out the 90 minutes but unfortunately, Luton would make the extra man count in extra time, substitute Sol Davis starting the procession with a delightful free kick on the edge of the box. Tidy finishes from David Edwards and Willie Gibson rounded off a fine performance from Luton as they sealed their place in next season’s Championship.
Overachievers: Walsall, Brighton, Cheltenham, Yeovil
Underachievers: Leeds, Tranmere, Millwall
Maybe slightly harsh to put Leeds in there with a 15-point deduction, but without it they would’ve finished 10th which is still way below expectations.
League Two
Impressive Bury romped to a surprise League Two victory, 5 points clear of Peterborough who in turn were 6 points clear of Chesterfield. On-loan youngster Chedwyn Evans’ 24 league goals complementing striker partner Andy Bishop’s 22 league goals to good effect.
MK Dons’ Jemal Johnson would score 4 goals in a 5-2 away thriller at Brentford to snatch the Golden Boot away from Morecambe’s Michael Twiss, who must’ve hoped his two goals against Barnet would’ve been enough, Johnson finishing the season on 25 goals. Kevin McBride of Darlington wins the Playmaker Award.
Grimsby could’ve been relegated on the last day had they, as they did, lost to Hereford but in the end it mattered not as Barnet and Mansfield, who only needed a win to try and survive, both suffered heavy defeats to drop out of the Football League.
Playoff Semi Final – leg 1
Shrewsbury 1 – 2 Darlington
Macclesfield 0 – 2 Morecambe
Playoff Semi Final – leg 2
Darlington 1 – 1 Shrewsbury << Darlington win 3-1 on aggregate
Morecambe 3 – 2 Macclesfield << Morecambe win 5-2 on aggregate
Playoff final
An incredible event as teams predicted to finish 12th and 21st met in the playoff final. Morecambe’s firepower really should’ve seen them through here, but it was Darlington who took an early lead through Gregg Blundell.
Darlington must’ve feared the worst when top scorer Pawel Abbott was taken off injured after the half-hour mark. It took Morecambe until the 79th minute to get off the mark through, Jamie Forrester providing the breakthrough. Smart thinking from goalkeeper Steven Drench sees Forrester run through a gap the size of Jupiter between the two centre backs to collect the long punt forward and slot home.
Darlington would somehow have the last laugh though, Tommy Wright slotting him neatly 3 minutes later for a famous win, taking Darlington up to League One
Overachievers: Morecambe, Macclesfield, Accrington Stanley, Darlington, Bury
Underachievers: Bradford, Rotherham, Brentford, MK Dons, Rochdale, Grimsby, Barnet, Mansfield
Honestly, take your pick. Crazy season in League Two.
Oxford won the Conference Premier, 9 points ahead of the playoff hopefuls. Rushden & Diamonds steamrollered Stevenage 4-0 in the final, who themselves had reached the final via a 90th minute winner against Crawley, who themselves had an excellent season after being predicted to finish 19th and instead finished 2nd, even with a 6-point deduction. Simeon Jackson wins top goal scorer with 33 league goals for Rushden & Diamonds.
Overachievers: Salisbury, Histon, Crawley, Rushden & Diamonds
Underachievers: Exeter, York, Torquay, Ebbsfleet, Kidderminster, Burton
Southport win the Conference North and Boston United win the playoff final, beating Kettering on penalties. Alfreton, Hyde and Vauxhall are all relegated.
Lewes win the Conference South and Dorchester Town win the playoff final, beating Braintree on penalties. Havant & Waterlooville, Hayes & Yeading and Fisher Athletic are all relegated.
League round-up. We’ve already talked about the overachievers and underachievers, so let’s quickly compare the media predictions to the teams’ actual finishing positions. Should we castigate the media? Or should be laud and slate the teams who, for better or worse, defied expectations?
The final position is denoted to the right of the team, with the change from the prediction one over.

What do the media know, eh?
The game also has its own season summary for each league which pretty much covers everything I’ve already shared but for those interested, see below:
It seems like forever ago since we saw European competition. I will skip ahead, so here are the First and Second Knockout Round results.
First Round
Second Round
Gritty performances throughout. For those of you wondering why FC Bayern are in the UEFA Cup it’s because they finished 4th in the Bundesliga in 06/07 behind champions VfB Stuttgart, 2nd place Schalke and 3rd place Werder Bremen. They entered at the UEFA Cup first round, essentially a final qualifying round. In-game, they defeated FC Twente 5-1 on aggregate to reach the group stage. They finished 3rd in their group, behind Fiorentina and Bolton.

Quarter Finals
All relatively straight forward in the Quarter Finals too, Bayern and Tottenham progress comfortably whilst Porto and Fiorentina had to do a bit of digging in to get the job done.
FC Bayern (6) 3 - 0 (1) Werder Bremen
Dinamo Kiev (2) 2 - 2 (4) Porto
Tottenham (5) 1 - 1 (2) Blackburn
Fiorentina (3) 0 - 0 (2) Girondins Bordeaux

Semi Finals
Bayern and Fiorentina met again in the Semi Finals to relive their group match (which was a 1-1 draw). The Semi Final would prove to be hotly contested again, Bayern stealing the victory in the 90th minute through Bastian Schweinsteiger, although replays show he may well have been offside. Luca Toni and Adrian Mutu were the other goal scorers.
The second leg lived up to the billing as well, Bayern taking the lead mid-way through the first half through Miroslav Klose’s smart run and finish. Mark van Bommel added an unlikely second on the night through a sublime freekick which left Fiorentina needing 4 goals to go through. Adrian Mutu led a one-man crusade with a brace in the 63rd and 69th minute respectively before substitute Massimo Gobbi’s tidy 73rd minute finish set up a nervy finale. However, La Viola couldn’t add to their tally and Bayern reached the final.
A tight contest in the other match was lifted with Steed Malbranque’s goal on the stroke of half-time, simply sumptuous freekick from the corner of the box, lifted over the wall and into the back of the net on the near side. Some fine work from José Bosingwa down the right-hand side allowed him to whip a cross into the far post for Raúl Meireles to head in an equaliser to ensure the spoils were shared going into the second leg.
Robbie Keane scored his 25th goal of the season here with a cool finish, showing that you don’t need to blast the ball to score, Tottenham now sitting pretty knowing that Porto needed to score twice to progress. A moment of madness, however, from Didier Zokora left them in a spot of bother. Zokora was shown a straight red card on the brink of half-time, his second of the season, after catching Malkhaz Asatiani with his elbow, referee Stuart Dougal showing no hesitation in sending the Ivorian off. However, Porto were unable to even pluck out an equaliser, let alone a winner and Tottenham progress.
FC Bayern (4) 2 - 3 (4) Fiorentina << FC Bayern advance on away goals
Porto (1) 0 - 1 (2) Tottenham

Bayern were utterly ruthless in the final, showing no mercy to Tottenham in a 3-0 demolishing, all of the goals coming in the first half courtesy of Luca Toni and a brace from Miroslav Klose. The lack of defensive cover in the midfield really cost them and Kevin-Prince Boateng had his work cut out trying to fill-in in Zokora’s absence, indeed getting himself sent off in the 79th minute for a second bookable offence.
Miroslav Klose’s two goals in the final means he takes home the Golden Boot with 12 goals, edging out RC Lens’ Aruna Dindane and team-mate Luca Toni by one goal. Riccardo Montolivo of Fiorentina picks up the Playmaker Award with 8 assists.
Champions League
Now, for what you’ve all been waiting for – the Champions League!
We left you with the Quarter Final line-ups:

Get ready for mayhem...
None of the teams would disappoint in this round either. Liverpool beating Real Madrid 2-1 away in the first leg only to almost throw it away with a 2-1 loss at home, thanks for Raúl’s 90th minute goal. Liverpool may well have been questioning just why the final whistle hadn’t already blown, but Jamie Carragher would be the extra time hero though, scoring a scrappy goal after a corner was failed to be cleared by Madrid.
Inter Milan’s first leg away goal helped them on their way to beating Man Utd over two legs, Adriano powering home from an indirect free kick opportunity. Paul Scholes would level the tie up when they met again in Italy, but former Arsenal man Patrick Vieira would seal the tie for Inter with a wonderful 30-yard screamer into the top corner.
A contender for match-of-the-competition as Arsenal overcame Barcelona in a 10-goal feast. Thierry Henry’s sub 5-minute brace against his former club, including one after just 18 seconds, was pegged back by Robin van Persie’s own brace and the Gunners would lead 3-2 at half-time thanks to “wonderkid” Nicklas Bendtner. Bendtner would be at it again shortly after half-time, thanks in part to even more craftsmanship from Francesc Fàbregas. A headed goal from William Gallas at a corner put Arsenal 5-2 up and looking comfortable but Barcelona went on the attack the corresponding kick off, Xavi Hernández sliding Ronaldinho in to make it 5-3, Jens Lehmann going walkabouts by all accounts.
Bendtner would complete has hattrick on 70 minutes though, slotting home after a neat turn in the corner of the box, sending Andrea Barzagli to another dimension. Barcelona would secure their 5th away goal though, Thierry Henry completing his own hat-trick after William Gallas failed to deal with a ball over the tip. Final score 6-4. And breathe.
The second leg was less entertaining, but Thierry Henry would put his former club to the sword again with two more goals and, despite Rafael Márquez being sent off for an astonishing elbow to Bakary Sagna’s face, Barcelona held out for the win on away goals. 2-0 on the night, 6-6 on aggregate. The most disgraceful part of the night was the players surrounding referee Thorsten Kinhöfer after the red card. Pundits are still perplexed as to what they were complaining about.
Finally onto Celtic, who produced the most breath-taking First Knockout Round ties against Valencia would continue to produce high entertainment value against PSV. Celtic held the advantage after a 1-1 draw in Eindhoven, but PSV would not go down without a fight. Rodrigo Palacio opened the scoring after Scott Brown needlessly lost the ball and some poor play from goalkeeper Artur Boruc, less than 45seconds into the match. Maciej Zurawski would dig his goalkeeper out of a hole 3 minutes later, beating Heurelho Gomes at his near post before Rodrigo hit back again on 8 minutes, capitalising on another poor error from Artur Boruc.
John de Jong would add to icing to a rich and wholesome cake, flicking the ball into the far corner of the net beyond Boruc’s reach and PSV looked comfortable leading 4-2 on aggregate, knowing Celtic now needed 3 goals to progress. PSV would lose key midfielder Edison Méndez to injury on 27 minutes but it would take until the second half for Celtic to take advantage, Jan Vennegoor of Hesselink finishing off an attack before Maciej Zurawski would set up a frantic last 5 minutes after getting on the end of Lee Naylor’s inch-perfect cross. Celtic couldn’t produce one more moment of magic though and the tie would finish 4-4 on aggregate, PSV going through by virtue of away goals.
Real Madrid (3) 2 - 2 (4) Liverpool
Man Utd (1) 1 - 1 (2) Inter
Arsenal (6) 0 - 2 (6) Barcelona << Barcelona advance on away goals
PSV (4) 3 - 3 (4) Celtic << PSV advance on away goals

Semi Finals
Could the Semi Finals produce the same magic? Liverpool were paired up against Inter Milan and Barcelona were drawn against PSV.
Barcelona all but ended PSV hopes of an underdog victory, smashing them 4-0 in the first leg at home, Thierry Henry and Ronaldinho both scoring braces, Ronaldinho’s both coming from penalties (and both when Henry was on a hat-trick so he can probably consider himself unlucky to be allowed to take one of them). With Edison Méndez still missing, Sebastián Battaglia was asked to step in but he was easily over-run by the Barcelona midfield.
PSV showed incredible fight immediately in the return fixture, going 2-0 up inside the first 7 minutes through Palacio’s lob and Ismael Aissati’s smart finish, but Barcelona soon calmed everything down, scoring 4 unanswered goals in return before half-time courtesy of Barzagli, two from Henry and a brilliant Ronaldinho free kick.. Gastón Fernández scored again late in the second half, but with the tie already done and dusted, it was more for pride than anything else. Barcelona win 4-3 on the night and 8-3 on aggregate.
Liverpool hosted Inter Milan at Anfield for the first leg of the other semi final and took a first half-lead through a stunning John Arne Riise free kick. Steven Gerrard forced Júlio César into an own goal after initially saving Ryan Babel’s long-range effort before Fernando Torres turned provider for Ryan Babel to breakaway and make it 3-0. Zlatan Ibrahimović gave Inter Milan some hope with a late away goal, pouncing on a rare error from Jamie Carragher in the 88th minute.
Liverpool were in good form going into the return leg, having battered fierce rivals Man Utd 4-0 at home at the weekend but it was Inter Milan who dominated this game for long periods, really putting the Liverpool team to the sword. Their dominance paid off in the 21st minute when Ibrahimović retrieved Maicon’s pinpoint pass and slotted into the bottom corner. Torres would ease the pressure on Liverpool with an equaliser at the start of the second half, his 20th goal of the season passed into the bottom corner; the keeper probably should’ve done better with it though. Inter claimed offside, but I’m not convinced.
Incensed, Inter went on the attack immediately, both literally and figuratively, injuring Torres before Ibrahimović fed Adriano who had the vision to pick out Esteban Cambiasso to restore Inter’s lead on the night. A great counterattack. Inter would make Liverpool pay once more for sloppy defending when Steve Finnan was beaten to the ball too easily by Adriano who cut it back for Maxwell to fire home. Pepe Reina will be disappointed when he looks back on that, as he really should be saving those kinds of shots. 3-1 on the night and unbelievably 4-4 on aggregate.
Extra time beckoned but Adriano was not interested in penalties, whipping a delightful ball around the corner for his strike partner David Suazo, clean through on goal to slot past a helpless Reina. Liverpool would go all out offensive from then until the final whistle but couldn’t muster one last goal to salvage the result and Inter go through to final, 4-1 on the night, 5-4 on aggregate.
Liverpool (4) 1 - 4 (5) Inter
Barcelona (8) 4 - 3 (3) PSV

And so for the final. Inter Milan vs Barcelona. The world held high hopes after the last few rounds: they wanted goals.
They were not disappointed.

Barcelona opened the scoring on 23 minutes, emerging “wonderkid” Lionel Messi slotting Samuel Eto’o through to score his 20th goal of the season. The lead wouldn’t last too long though, as Ibrahimović fed Suazo to equaliser on 31 minutes. Eto’o would restore the lead again soon after, Deco sliding a lovely pass through the defence for Eto’o to bury.
Controversy followed in the second half. Xavi loses the ball to Maxwell inside the Inter half who in turn goes on a mazy run towards goal exchanging passes with Cambiasso along the way. He is allegedly obstructed by Zambrotta outside the penalty arc, but replays show that it’s a blatant dive. To make matters worse, the referee inexplicably gives a penalty! Ibrahimović slots it without question. 2-2.
63 minutes and Puyol is needlessly dragged out of position to close down Stankovic who instead slips in Ibrahimović for his second of the game. Minutes later, a poor throw-in from Zambrotta gifts the ball to Ibrahimović to seal his hat-trick and put the game to bed, Inter holding out for a 4-2 win in the final against Barcelona!
Despite the result, Ibrahimović would finish runner up to on 14 goals to Thierry Henry and Rodrigo Palacio in the Golden Boot race, the latter pair netting 15 goals a-piece. Andrés Iniesta would take home the Playmaker Award with 8 assists ahead of team-mate Ronaldinho’s 7. Despite an average rating of 7.83, Ronaldinho would also finish runner-up to Ibrahimović in the Champions League best player, with Henry rounding off the top 3.
Now, because does not save an accessible history of stats and results, they are essentially wiped as the season ends, so I decided to end each 4th game file on June 1st. The game resets around about the 24th or 25th but I wanted to stop the game after the season had finished and before any international competitions began.
But the year is 2008 so we all know what’s coming…
This does mean I’m going to have to go into the game file for Year 2, but I’ll keep everything else a secret. Euro 2008 deserves to be inside the 07/08 season.
I do have all the results for the other international tournaments akin to this which make up the Confederations Cup competitors, so I will give a very brief oversight into those as well as they happen.
I’m not going to go into how each team qualified for the tournament unless you specifically ask about it in the comments. Let’s look at the groups, with the help of some expert MS Paint skills to display their current world rankings too.
The most notable changes are that Denmark, England, Scotland and Finland all qualified for this edition and Spain, French, Russia and Poland, who all qualified in the real Euro 2008, miss out. Hosts Switzerland and Austria naturally have terrible ratings due to not playing many competitive internationals as they didn’t need to qualify for their own tournament. Group B looks tough, and the Scots may well fancy an upset in Group D.
Editors predictions: England. Not just because I’m biased, but because on paper they have the squad to do it. The Golden Generation may not have succeeded in real life, but this is stats-based fantasy. Football’s coming home! Failing that, and with France and Spain both missing, it’s anyone’s to take. I’m putting money on a Ronaldo-backed Portugal.
I will run through them Group by Group, even though it won’t strictly be in the order. All will be well again come the Knockout Rounds.
(editor note: a picture of all the groups is at the bottom. I had to cut back to 20 images)
Group A
Croatia and Sweden played out an entertaining 2-2 draw that didn’t get going until the last 30 minutes. Jurica Vranjes thought he’d snatched a late 87th minute for Croatia until Marcus Allbäck equalised 2 minutes later. Two early goals for Denmark were enough to see off Switzerland despite themselves pulling a goal back before half-time, a 2-1 finish.
The second round of fixtures produced even more drama, a Tranquillo Barnetta hat-trick for Switzerland helping to sink Sweden 4-3 in a back-and-forth game, Gelson Fernandes eventually settling the contest for the Swiss. An Eduardo-inspired Croatia took the game to Denmark and a late Nicklas Bendtner goal wasn’t enough to stop Croatia winning 3-1.
Any win for Croatia against Switzerland sends them through. A draw would also suffice. Switzerland need to win, although a draw would do if Sweden could beat Denmark. Any positive Denmark result paired with a Croatia win sees them progress, or even a win and a Croatia/Swiss draw. Sweden must beat Denmark and hope Croatia win. If the Swiss beat Croatia, they need to win and hope for a goal difference swing.
Drama all round as Sweden’s tournament hopes end with a 2-1 defeat to Denmark. Switzerland know they realistically need to win but can only muster a 2-2 draw with Croatia.
Denmark top the group, Croatia are runners up.

Group B
Czech Republic and Austria open the tournament with an entertaining 2-2 draw, Austria snatching a 90th minute equaliser through Steffen Hofmann after a mistake from Zdenek Grygera. Turkey and Portugal would step it up a notch by playing out a 3-2 game which, in truth, Portugal were always in control of. 3-0 up inside 21minutes, Turkey made a second half comeback but the 2nd goal in the 89th minute was too little, too late.
Goals from Deco and Tomas Rosicky in the first half ensured the spoils were shared in a game where the Czech Republic dominated Portugal for large portions of the game and will be disappointed to only draw 1-1. (editor note: the game seems to think Portugal completed 200% of their crosses in this match…) Turkey, on the other hand, turned their dominance into a 2-0 win over Austria.
Portugal need to beat Austria to secure top spot whereas Austria know they need a big win and some good fortune for a draw in the other game. Any winner of Turkey/Czech Republic will qualify, but a draw for Turkey should be enough, barring a miracle from Austria. It’s feasible that Portugal could still be knocked out, though very unlikely.
And as it happens, Portugal make light work of Austria, Maniche and Cristiano Ronaldo scoring first half goals to seal the tie 2-0 in an otherwise boring match. Czech Republic would be made to pay for not getting the winner against Portugal, being torn apart comprehensively by a relentless Turkey side with braces for both Nihat and Halil Altintop, 4-0 the final score line.
Portugal top the group, Turkey are runners up.

Group C
The last group to get going, but no lack of entertainment here, with Romania cruising to a 2-0 win against Greece. All of the drama came in the much-anticipated England/Germany match though and it met all expectations. Darren Bent’s headed opener was cancelled out by Miroslav Klose pouncing on Paul Robinson’s fumble, but Wayne Rooney would restore England’s lead halfway through the first half. Bayern’s Lukas Podolski pulled it level again before half-time before the teams seemed set to see out a 2-2 draw. However, deep into stoppage time at the end of 90 minutes, up steps David Beckham to do what David Beckham does best – dispatch freekicks into the top corner. 3-2. There was still time after the restart for Steven Gerrard to be shown a straight-red for hacking down Klose with two-feet.
Germany would take their revenge out on Greece in the next game, securing a 4-2 victory, whilst England would maintain their good form by persevering for a late 2-0 win against Romania.
England are already through and Greece cannot qualify so their final game is a dead rubber, other than Greece trying not to finish bottom and England trying to assure top spot. The winner of Germany/Romania will go through, but a draw will be enough for Germany by virtue of Goal Difference.
England consign Greece to 4th place in the group with a routine 2-0 win, goals from Wayne Rooney and Shaun Wright-Phillips enough to see them off. A cagey first-half in the Germany/Romania match became a much more open-ended affair after Daniel Niculae’s brilliant 47th minute opener, a sublime solo run culminating in a lobbed finish. Miroslav Klose fired back 10 minutes later with 2 goals in quick succession to swing the tie but Romania, not prepared to lie down, equalised again through Eric Bicfalvi. Romania would do the unthinkable though, Adrian Mutu bending a delightful goal into the corner to secure a 3-2 victory for Romania.
England top the group, Romania are runners up.

Group D
Italy kicked off the group against Finland with a nervy win, having gone 1-0 down to a 60th minute penalty from Ari Nyman. Filippo Inzaghi pulled it level in the 82nd minute before Antonin Cassano’s stoppage time winner stole all the points from Finland. Scotland were less keen to roll over though and will be disappointed to have thrown away a 3-1 lead at the 85th minute, Wesley Sneijder and Roy Makaay with late goals to snatch a 3-3 draw.
Holland vs Italy was billed as the one to watch in this group, and rightly so, both teams amassing almost 30 shots between them, but with both keepers in good form, the match would be tied 1-1, Riccardo Montolivo cancelled out Robin van Persie’s first half strike. Scotland have certainly found their shooting boots at this tournament after putting 4 past Finland, but they were made to work for the victory with the Finns taking the lead and later equalising through Mika Ääritalo’s brace. James McFadden’s strike would retake the lead before Barry Ferguson put the icing on the cake of a 4-2 win.
Scotland need any result against Italy to go through. A loss through, coupled with a likely Holland win overly Finland, would send them crashing out. Finland cannot progress. Holland must win to go through, as must Italy.
Holland do indeed get their win against Finland, dominating from start to finish, although the score line should really have been bigger than 2-1. Scotland’s hopes of sneaking out of the group were dealt an immediate blow as they went 1-0 down to Alessandro Del Piero’s header inside 45 seconds. Alberto Gilardino would double the lead in the 20th minute and although Kenny Miller pulled one back in the second half, they couldn’t find a second goal to escape the group. Final score 2-1 to Italy.
Italy top the group, Holland are runners up.
Quarter Finals
Turkey – Denmark
Croatia – Portugal
England – Holland
Italy – Romania
No real humdingers here as all of the teams tightened up a lot.
Turkey did away with Denmark 2-0 in a game that the Danes will be disappointed to have not scored in. Nihat and an own goal from Per Krøldrup sealed the game.
Portugal were perhaps the better team in their tie against Croatia but still had to work hard to secure a 2-1 victory, Eduardo’s first half strike cancelled out by Maniche and Ronaldo in the second.
More late, late drama in this one as Frank Lampard scored a trademark goal, arriving from deep to sweep home a Wright-Phillips cross. England must’ve thought that’d be enough but Robin van Persie struck early into stoppage time to level the tie up 1-1. But cometh the 94th minute, cometh the man: Holland do not deal with a long clearance properly and Wright-Phillips skips past his man on the wing to lay the ball into the path of the onrushing Lampard who buries it high into the far corner. Holland complain to the linesman but really, they should be looking at themselves for some shoddy defending.
Romania will be disappointed they had to take Italy all the way to penalties to beat them, having been arguably the better team throughout. 1-1 at full time but a comfortable 4-2 shootout victory as their excellent tournament marches on, the only sour point being Stefan Radu’s 121st minute red card for a horrific tackle on Antonio Cassano.
Turkey 2-0 Denmark
Croatia 1-2 Portugal
England 2-1 Holland
Italy 1-1 Romania << Romania advance on penalties
Semi Finals
Turkey – Romania
Portugal – England
One thing guaranteed in this tournament now is that there will be an outsider in the final. Turkey left it late, but a brace from Nihat would prove enough to put Romania to the sword and end their dream run. Romania might look back and feel like they could’ve done better with both goals though.
Manchester United teammates Cristiano Ronaldo and Wayne Rooney did battle in this one, both getting their names on the scoresheet with clinical finishes. There would be nothing to settle the two sides until the very end: penalties. Hugo Viana, Nuno Valente, Jorge Andrade all scored whilst Gareth Barry, John Terry and Steven Gerrard did likewise. After Miguel fired home, Michael Carrick would see his penalty saved by goalkeeper Ricardo. However, some Paul Robinson heroics against Ricardo Carvalho gave Rio Ferdinand a chance to get back into the shootout. The pressure was too much though, and he slammed his penalty against the inside of the post to see Portugal through to the final, a final which Deco will miss with suspension after hacking Wright-Phillips down with two feet in 120th minute for an early bath.
Turkey 2-0 Romania
Portugal 1-1 England << Portugal advance on penalties
No Third Place Playoff in the Euros, straight into the final where Turkey meet Portugal, looking for an upset. Nihat and Mehmet Aurélio’s persistence forced the breakthrough on 20 minutes but a smart short freekick routine 2 minutes later from Portugal saw Maniche hit a bending daisy cutter into the bottom corner to equalise. Into the second half and Mehmet Topuz played one of the balls of the tournament from deep, around the defence and into the path of Nihat who didn’t need to break stride to hit an unbelievable shot on the half-volley. Rumour has it that Nihat lost Ricardo Carvalho so well, he is still searching for Nihat to this day. Turkey would hold on to their 2-1 advantage until the final whistle to become unlikely European Champions 2008.
And so that concludes the first season back of Reasons Why I Still Play FM08, also unofficially called What Could Have Been.
This grew to be significantly longer than I expected, and I thoroughly enjoyed writing it, even if it did take me well over 15 hours to do so.
If anybody has any specific questions about any aspects of this particular game, please feel free to ask and I’ll do my best to answer them, whether it’s information about non-league clubs, club finances, world rankings, wonderkid regens etc.
I will also happily run through competitions like the African Cup of Nations and the Olympics, although competitions like the Asian Cup, Gold Cup, Copa América have yet to happen on this file.
I have at least 5 seasons worth of game files now, and seasons 2-5 are all structured the same in terms of save dates: September 1st, December 1st, March 1st and June 1st.
Congratulations if you got this far, I applaud your perseverance. I hope you enjoyed it. See you soon for Year 2.
~ dige
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2020.06.05 11:40 prism0805 Incognito Facts

The enduring success of Incognito is one of the great stories of UK music during the last four decades. Look at the recent history of soulful UK artists and you will find any number of short-lived acts that have achieved pop success. Narrow it down to those that have created a uniquely British sound and have endured as a global phenomenon on their own terms, and the list becomes short. Dues, then, to Jean-Paul “Bluey” Maunick and Incognito, formed in 1979 and celebrating almost 40 years of positive vibes and undiluted Jazz-Funk.
Having moved to London from his native Mauritius at age ten, the UK live scene was a key inspiration for Bluey. “Defining moments for me?” Bluey reminisces.“Discovering Stevie Wonder and Marvin Gaye, of course, as well as Santana, Earth Wind & Fire, and Kool & The Gang. But the real link to Incognito’s genesis came from UK bands like Gonzalez and FBI. These were people that lived in your town and walked your streets.
“My first band was New Life with David Grant. His cousin, Joe Williams, would later manage my second band, Light of the World, which was formed during the years I worked in Joe’s record shop in Tottenham. The band rehearsed upstairs and some of the future band members would pop in to jam,” recalls Bluey. “I switched from bass to guitar when Paul ‘Tubbs’ Williams came in; he was only 14 and blew everyone’s minds!”
Chris Hill heard the band in 1978 and promptly signed them to his Ensign imprint. “We ended up at Phonogram Studios and could suddenly buy any equipment we wanted in their shop. No one stopped to think, ‘I can buy a car!’ All we could see was wah-wah pedals and phaser units!”
The self-titled LOTW debut was a landmark for UK Jazz-Funk, featuring the extended, high-energy club hits “Swingin’” and “Midnight Groovin’”, as well as a young Sade pictured on the cover.
“British Jazz-Funk bands created a scene to an extent, but we didn’t embrace each other enough,” reflects Bluey. “It was about out-blowing each other and playing others off the stage. In the ’70s, there was a healthy live circuit in London. From pubs, you could graduate to the Q Club, Gulliver’s, or Upstairs at Ronnie’s. By the early ’80s, we relied on DJs like Chris Hill booking the band for weekenders. I formed Incognito because I really wanted to take the music to the next level and get away from the fashion-conscious, pettycompetitiveness. My vision was to be a producer, a writer, and create a broader musical community . . . with the emphasis on music. As Jocelyn Brown has said, ‘We’re in the business of music, not the music business.’
“I started Incognito with Tubbs, as we had a strong creative chemistry. Our first sax man was Ghanaian music star George Lee and the drummer was Geoff Dunn [later with Van Morrison], and we invited our LOTW friends, keyboardist Peter Hinds and percussionist Gee Bello, to join. Recording again for Ensign, the first Incognito offering was an instrumental tune, ‘Parisienne Girl’. Radio 1 played filler music before the news, and started to use ‘Parisienne Girl’. You’d hear it three or four times a day. It charted and Ensign then wanted an entire album, which was all recorded in a few days.”
The debut Incognito set, Jazz Funk, was an instrumental tour de force, with guests including Hugh Masekela hornsmen Peter Segona and Claude Deppa, and legendary Jamaican trombonist Vin Gordon. “When I write and produce, I respect the musician and singer’s spirits 100%. I have them in mind, considering their styles and allowing them the space to shine. I try to get the best from them and in turn they give their best for my songs and productions. This exchange is the basis for the Incognito sound and the ideology of the band. We work with and for each other!”
In 1983, Incognito went back into the studio to record their second album. Those sessions took a more Jazz-Rock-Fusion-influenced direction, which the record company deemed too much of a stylistic departure to be released as Incognito, so they put it out as a one-off called Behind the Mask under the band name The Warriors. Soon after that, Paul and Bluey went their separate ways. Although Bluey had a day job at the time, he continued writing and producing, and always kept his ears to the ground for new talent. He discovered 14-year-old vocalist Steven Dennis (later re-named Steven Dante) in Hackney, and he also met and worked with Marcus Miller, producer Steve Harvey, artists Maxi Priest, George Duke, Caroll Thompson, Total Contrast, and many others.
“I did anything to keep my love for music alive. It all helped me to develop as a songwriter.”
In the late ’80s, samplers and sequencers were standard and, using a BBC computer, Bluey started creating tracks at home, including what would become the main body of Incognito’s third album, Inside Life. Around that time, Gilles Peterson had just started his Talkin’ Loud label, and was looking for acts to sign.
“I knew Gilles from his Radio Invicta days — I was his first interview ever back in the early ’80s! He came to see us play at the Southport Weekender and when he heard our arrangement of ‘Always There’ — a mixture of the Side Effects vocal and the Ronnie Laws original with our trademark horns — he immediately wanted us to record it! Our vocalist got sick at the last minute, so Gilles suggested Jocelyn Brown . . . and the rest is Incognito history! He then gave the track to David Morales to remix, and that mix became a worldwide hit and paved the way for us to have our feet planted in both the live music and club scenes. This collaboration with Gilles had a major impact on how I would make music from that point on.”
With that single and the Inside Life album in 1991, Incognito was back. Besides taking clubland — and the charts — by storm, Incognito unwittingly became smooth jazz heroes in the U.S. For their second Talkin’ Loud set, Tribes, Vibes & Scribes, an update of Stevie’s “Don’t You Worry ’Bout a Thing” and another album track blew up on radio. One of the main ingredients to the album was Richard Bull’s drum programming and the introduction of the velvety, luscious vocals of Baltimore’s Maysa Leak.
The albums that followed Tribes cemented Incognito’s place among the in-demand bands on the international stage. Positivity (1993) was among their best, crammed full of slick productions with universal hits like “Still a Friend of Mine” and “Givin’ It Up”. The album sold almost a million units worldwide. “We had a hit with an instrumental called ‘L’Arc en Ciel de Miles’ [from Tribes]. It was a simple tribute to Miles Davis, but that and ‘Deep Waters’ from our Positivity album were huge. It really struck a chord with American audiences,” Bluey recalls. “People identified with the songs, and that album sealed it.”
If Positivity sealed it, then 100 Degrees & Rising super-sealed it. Bluey brought in Joy Malcolm and Pam Anderson for some edge on vocals, and recorded at Abbey Road with a full orchestra, using Clare Fischer’s incredible string arrangements for Rufus as inspiration and the then-undiscovered, BAFTA-winning, British composer-arranger Simon Hale (Jamiroquai, Björk) to write the score. “I wanted to stretch my ability as a writer and producer,” says Bluey, “and I remember keeping a diary that inspired the lyrics. It was all about relating experiences as I felt them, not just about finding a catchy hook.”
Ever the musical alchemist, Bluey brought his clubland roots back into play with incredible remixes for everything on the album. The songs “I Hear Your Name” and “Everyday” had versions done by the best in the business, including Roger Sanchez and Masters At Work. As a special bonus (and artistic high!), Stevie Wonder added harmonica to a rework of “Change”. This period was an essential part of the band’s longevity and success, and established Incognito as a global phenomenon.
A central component of the band’s massive and passionately loyal fan base has always been their powerful and energetic live shows. For Bluey, it is a chance to get close to his audience. “It’s not about playing the tune just to get applause. It’s about communicating, making sure people get it. If I had to pick out some memorable gigs, I’d say Sofia in Bulgaria, feeling the power of a crowd that is hungry for music. Playing the legendary Montreux Jazz Festival in 2005; the first Java Jazz Festival that same year; our first time in Japan at Club Yellow in Tokyo; and more recently, our South American dates in Brazil, Argentina, and Chile. The crown for most enthusiastic audience, however, goes to Seoul in South Korea . . . Crazy love!”
Post-Talkin’ Loud, the Incognito release schedule has been as busy as ever with some of Incognito’s strongest outings and critically acclaimed releases on UK label Dôme and German label Edel Records. “With Adventures in Black Sunshine, it was our 25th Anniversary and I used Incognito’s previous albums as the blueprint. It was about what influence I could draw from my past works.”
Bluey has also explored Incognito off-shoot projects, including the largely instrumental group called Citrus Sun, which was inspired by Bluey’s desire to form a band with legendary jazz guitarist Jim Mullen. Initially formed in 2000 and comprised of Incognito alum as well as many musician friends from over the years, Citrus Sun has released several albums on the Dôme label. Additionally, in 2005, Bluey formed the Hope Collective and released the single “Give & Let Live” on Expansion, in support of the Asian tsunami victims and the people of Darfur in the Sudan. The single featured an all-star lineup that included Chaka Khan, Steve Winwood, and Omar. Most recently, in May 2015, Incognito recorded and released the single, “Send Your Love”, to raise funds for UNICEF to aid the people of Nepal following the massive earthquake earlier in the year.
“It’s a blessing to have a platform to be able to respond to any humanitarian crisis,” notes Bluey. “What good is fame if it can’t be of help to those in need?”
For the next decade, albums have followed thick and fast and feature the best of the young crop of musicians and singers alongside bigger established names. The writing has gotten deeper, the music always uplifting, and the productions timeless. For their 16th studio album, Amplified Soul, Incognito returned to their Jazz-Funk roots. If you have not seen them live, this is the band to see! They shine in every department, the grooves irresistible and the message always positive!
Now almost 40 years on, the Bluey and Incognito story remains a uniquely Great British adventure. From Top 10 hits to producing and collaborating with legendary artists — from R&B icons and powerhouse vocalists to contemporary jazz musicians to international multi-instrumentalists and songwriters, including George Benson, Stevie Wonder, Chaka Khan, Philip Bailey, Jocelyn Brown, George Duke, Al Jarreau, Marcus Miller, Paul Weller, Maxi Priest, Mario Biondi — Bluey Maunick can take his place among the greats of global soul.
“It’s a wonderful time for music. As well as being entertainers, we are teachers, healers, and ambassadors for the human race — and we take that very seriously.”
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2020.06.03 03:06 Drewfromchicago5 Roommate Wanted for Wrigleyville apartment ($1055/month)

We are looking for a roommate for our Wrigleyville apartment. Lease start date anytime between 6/1 and 7/1 for a year long lease. $1055/month
The apartment is 3 beds/2.5 baths with granite countertops, wood floors, lots of cabinet and storage space, and a washedryer in unit. We have the first floor and basement of this spacious apartment with a back deck and grill as well. Surround sound speakers are throughout the apartment, and there is a back den/office space. The apartment is 2 blocks from wrigley field, 5-10 minute walk to Southport Brown Line and Addison Red Line, and a 5 minute walk to the local grocery store.
We are two mid 20s professionals who are into sports, trying out restaurants/bars on weekends, game nights, etc. We are clean and courteous roommates who are easy to get along with and are open to living with either gender (have lived with both male and female last 3 years).
Please reach out if interested!
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2020.04.23 00:05 chicagodogmom606 Roommate Needed: Southport

Hi All, me (27f) and my room mate (18m) are looking for a third in our 3 bedroom, 2 bedroom house in Southport Cooridor. The house is right behind a 24/7 CVS and directly across the street from a Jewel Osco, it is very close to the Brown and Red line (a few blocks away from both) and a 7 minute walk to Wrigley field. The house has a courtyard with a porch and a grill with outside furniture. House is fully furnished (besides what would be your room). This house has a washedryer in unit in the basement, a dishwasher and ample storage space. It is an awesome location and awesome house. I have a 45 pound Border Collie mix who is 4 years old so liking dogs is a must, she is very friendly but loves to play and can be hyper so I like to be up front about that. Move in date is July 1st and rent is 1,050.00/month not including utilities. Please message me if you are interested.
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2020.02.27 20:46 displacedindavis The oldest franchises that have not won a top-flight league title

Title is pretty self-explanatory. Note that these are not in any particular order because it's kind of debatable where to start counting: since their formation, since their admittance into the Football League, the number of years they've spent at the top flight, I don't know. I simply just ran down the standings starting from this season and when I found a team that didn't win the league, I listed it. I've listed all of these statistics in case there's something to debate, though I'm kind of biased towards counting since their admittance into the Football League. Here we go:
BONUS: what about extended droughts of teams that have won league titles?
DOUBLE BONUS: clubs that have never made the top-flight but surprised everyone with a quarterfinals appearance or later in the FA Cup
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2020.01.13 17:15 kirkham96 Players Championship 2020 Draw date

Anybody know the date of the draw for the 1st round of the Players Championship in Southport? Want to pick a good match to go and see. Thanks
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2020.01.11 11:54 Unfundedvenus01 Marion Barter - Australian Kindergarten Teacher abruptly quits her job on the Gold Coast, leaves in a trip to the UK and is never heard from again.

News Article
The Lady Vanishes Podcast
Edit for clarity: NSW Police have admitted that they did not speak to see Marion after Sally reported her missing in October 1997. They have been unable to corroborate the information that was originally given to Sally immediately following Marion being reported missing. No trace of any contact made with Marion or Sally in regards to her being found on file. It is assumed that officer who made the phone call was mistaken.
In mid 1997, Marion Barter, then aged 51, quit her job teaching at The Southport School on the Gold Coast in Queensland, Australian. She sells her house at a loss, gives some possessions (such as a car and some furniture) to her daughter Sally, secures the remainder in a storage container and books herself an extended trip to the UK.
Whilst these events may not cause concern for some, family and friends of Marion have express how out of character this behaviour was. On 25th April 1997 Marion sells her home at a loss of $15,000AUD ($25000ish today accounting for inflation). Her home was only on the market for 3 weeks, suggesting she may have been more concerned about selling the property, and less concerned with losing money. She writes her resignation letter on 16th June 1997 and finishes teaching just 4 days later. The year prior to leaving the country, Marion won the Queensland Teaching Excellence Award. By all accounts she was a fantastic teacher and incredibly dedicated to her students. Leaving in the middle of the school year is unusual for most teachers, but especially so in this case (Australian academic year is from January to December).
Time Line:
On 21st June, 2 days before Marion is to depart to the UK, Marion, along with a female friend Lesley, have dinner with her daughter Sally and soon to be son-in-law Chris.
23rd June 1997 Marion is driven to the Southport Bus Station by Lesley, the last known person to see Marion alive. Marion takes a bus to Brisbane International Airport and leaves for the UK via Tokyo.
30th June 1997 Marion sends Sally a letter postmarked Tunbridge Wells, Kent.
July 1997 (date unknown) Sally receives 2 postcards from Marion from Sussex and London.
7th July 1997 Marion sends a postcard to an elderly relative postmarked from Brighton, Sussex.
1st August 1997 Marion calls her daughter Sally late afternoon stating she is in Tunbridge Wells. This was the last contact Sally had with her mother. The postcards and letters stop. No more phone calls.
21st October Sally calls her brother Owen asking if Marion had spoken to him for his birthday (18th Oct). She contacts other family members but no one has heard from her. Fearing for her safety, Sally contacts the Commonwealth Bank where her mother held accounts and let them know her mother is overseas and no one can contact her. Sally is told that their has been activity in Marion account, $5000 withdrawn in Byron Bay and Burleigh Heads, both in Australia and definitely not in the UK. Burleigh Heads being less than 20km from The Southport School and the suburb Sally was living, and Byron Bay less than 100km across the border on the Northern New South Wales Coast. All within an hours drive from Sally.
22nd October 1997 Sally drives to Byron Bay with a photo of Marion and canvases the area, then reports her a missing person at the Byron Bay Police Station.
October 1997 (date unknown) Sally receives a phone call from Byron Bay Police and is informed that her mother has been located and doesn’t wish anyone to know her location or activities.
In the following years Sally reaches out to the Salvation Army Family Tracing Service, the Australian Federal Police Missing Persons Unit and countless local Police Services and National Media to help find some answers. Articles were published in magazines, enquires were made and no answers we found.
In 2009 Detective Senior Constable Gary Sheehan from Byron Bay Police takes charge the investigation. During his investigation, he uncovers more information leading up to Marion’s trip. May 15th 1997 Marion Barter changed her name by Deed Poll to Florabella Natalia Marion Remakel. She, or someone travelling under her passport, arrived back in Sydney from London on 2nd August 1997. Her incoming passenger card states she is a married women, living in Luxembourg and carrying out “home duties”. Only intending to stay in Australia for 3 days. August - September 1997 $5000 is withdrawn from Marion’s bank accounts every business day for 3.5 weeks from branches in Byron Bay and Burleigh Heads. Her Medicare card is also used in Grafton NSW during this time period.
So, where is Marion? Did she ever come back to Australia? If so, who with? If not, who did?
Allison Sandy and Brian Seymour from Channel 7 News have teamed up, along with the help of Marion’s daughter Sally Leydon to put together a Podcast - The Lady Vanishes.
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2020.01.06 20:37 ImpossiblePound Coastline Kratom Review: Are they still the best Kratom vendor in 2020?

After testing & reviewing 35 online Kratom brands that claim they have the best Kratom, our top pick was our Coastline Kratom review. As the world continues to rave about the powers and capsules of Kratom, there’s no short supply of vendors that you could choose from to get your product however if you want consistency and quality it's time to learn about about Coastline Kratom, the brand that is so sure of it's product they stand behind a money back guarantee "no-questions asked'.

Who Is Coastline Kratom
Before we get started on our review, I first want to mention that it says a lot about a Kratom vendor that actually has a customer service phone number that you can call and get your questions answered before purchasing. With that said, Coastline Kratom was founded back in 2015 by Joshua Fulton and his wife, Katrina. In Southport, North Carolina. Although the company is relatively new, it has quickly established a trust worthy reputation among their customers. They offer videos for each type of strain of Kratom to educate consumers, money back guarantee - no questions asked and free same day shipping, no wonder so many users rave about them. You might even get a 10-25% discount when you visit their website and sign up for their newsletter.

Coastline Story Illustration
Coastline Kratom uses products that have been cultivated and harvested from their natural habitat by “tribal people” who have had decades of experience in finding, harvesting, and preparing the highest grade Kratom possible.

Coastline Kratom Review Of Their Top Products
When you look at their website, you will find that their products are broken up into 6 categories. In these categories, you will find a selection of products. These products reflect where they come from and what sells the best.

In the best-selling category, you have three variety packs, a beginners pack, Red Vein Maeng Da Kratom and Green Vein Malay Kratom. SHOP ALL BEST SELLERS HERE

Coastline Beginners Pack
In the variety packs you receive:

Where they don't ship Kratom
As of right now, the company does not ship to states and countries where Kratom is banned or illegal. These places include (according to their website):

In the United States:

Around the world:

The site does offer a great return policy, if you’re a US domestic customer. For these customers, you can return the product to them at any time for a full refund, although they will not return the shipping fees (if you paid a shipping fee as all order over $75 ship free).

Also, the company notes that if there are problems with the USPS delivery system and you do not receive your product, they will refund your money or offer a replacement—if it has not been marked as “delivered” by the USPS. Otherwise, you’re out of luck if it has been delivered to the wrong address or something like that.

Coastline Highest Quality Kratom
For international customers, the company will not issue any refunds because they claim that the “cost of shipping may be more than the product itself.” They do go on to say that if an international shipment doesn’t go make it through US customs, they will offer the full amount of your purchase.

However, if it is held by a foreign customs or a foreign delivery service loses your package, you’re out of luck.

You can pay with any major Mastercard or Visa, although the site does indicate a few other credit cards. You can also pay with an eCheck if you feel more comfortable paying that way.

What We Didn’t Like
For international customers, we didn't like that the company will not issue refunds or replacement products , however we understand that Coastline Kratom is based in the United States and it doesn't make financial sense to offer refunds to other countries because of the back and forth shipping that is involved. For that, we feel that only US customers would benefit from using their products because they can get a no questions asked-money back guarantee or replacement of their choice.
When it comes to the prices of the products that Coastline Kratom offers, we feel that they are very reasonable. Depending on the strain you want to purchase, it can range from $13 to $60—depending on how many grams you’d like to purchase.

In terms of the company as a whole, we like that this is a family owned and operated business. We like that they have a variety of products and packages that are affordably priced so you can experiment with what is going to work best for your specific needs.

We do wish that the website had customer reviews on their products, as it would make the product selection a little easier for those who are unfamiliar with Kratom and what kind of effects the different strains do but that is why we are here writing this review to inform Kratom lovers!

Coastline is a popular brand of Kratom that has been gaining a lot of popularity lately after their release of a large line of Mitragyna Speciosa products.

Coastline Kratom currently stocks a large variety of different strains and strain colors.
In this quick review we will be going over our overall experience with the company and their offerings.

Coastline Kratom Review

Fortunately for its customers, Coastline carries a huge variety of different Kratom products.
They have the typical Kratom leaf powders, extract-enhanced Kratom powders, and even variety packs that allow you to sample various strains in small quantities(to figure out what you personally like).
Beyond that, you can even buy live Kratom plants from Coastline now.
Here below are just a few of their most popular products.

1.) Green Malay

Malaysian Kratom is known for its potency and deep, full-spectrum alkaloid profile that many people prefer the effects of.
This Green Malay strain from Coastline is no exception.
Perhaps its most popular product to date, this plain Kratom leaf product is ground into a fine powder after being picked from the jungles of Southeast Asia.
It is then dried and cured in a typical “green color” drying process for Kratom leaves.
This Green Malay powder consistently ranks as one of Coastline’s most sold items.
Many users have reported that its effects are very “clean” and smooth, in addition to being potent.

2.) Red Bali

Red Bali is always a fan-favorite at nearly every Kratom out there- and Coastline’s version is no different.
Preferred by people who like a “deep red” type of effect from their Kratom, this leaf powder has rich effects that any Mitragyna Speciosa enthusiast is sure to love.
It might not be quite as energizing as Green Malay, but Coastline’s Red Bali strain still has its place in anyone’s rotation.

3.) Ultra Enhanced Borneo

Some people simply prefer Kratom that is enhanced with extract so that they can take a little bit less overall powder to get the same level of mitragynine(one of the main active ingredients in kratom) in their dose.
This Ultra Enhanced Borneo powder features Borneo Kratom that has been enhanced with a high-grade extract to produce a super potent product.
The taste is somewhat bitter but that’s what comes with using this type of product(no matter who you buy it from).
This is a great treat for anyone who want something more potent.

4.) Beginner’s Pack

If you are just starting out and looking to sample a variety of different Kratom leaf powders, check out Coastline’s “Beginner’s Pack”.
This variety pack allows you to get 25 grams of each of these 3 strains: Red Vein Maeng Da, Green Vein Malay, and White Vein Bali.
In addition to that, you have the option to pick whether you want it in regular powder or capsule form.

Coastline’s Customer Service

We have dealt with Coastline’s customer service department on several occasions.
Once was to ask them about various aspects of their products to figure out what was right for us to buy, and the other time we wanted to figure out when we could expect our package to arrive.
Both times we contacted them they were courteous and responded promptly.
In addition, they offer both phone and e-mail support which gives you some convenience regarding what you would personally like to use to talk to them.
Unlike many other unscrupulous companies in this space, we never found Coastline to be rude, demanding, or “scammers” in any way.
Overall we have had a great experience with the company’s CS department and they have been 100% professional when processing our orders and requests.

Overall Star Rating: 5/5

It is hard to beat a company that provides a huge line of various Kratom products in all types and strain colors.
And in addition to carrying regular Kratom leaf powder, enhanced Kratom powder, Kratom capsules, live plants, and variety packs- Coastline has really set a new standard when it comes to potency and the “clean effects” that their products tend to have.
For all of these reasons and more, we have to give Coastline Kratom a 5/5 star review, meaning they are one of the best companies out there in this space.
Their most popular products are probably their Green Malay and Red Bali strains.
Beyond just having great products, they also have great customer service and a solid reputation among customers.
In our anecdotal research of consumers in this space, pretty much anyone who tries Coastline’s products ends up being a return customer.
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2019.12.15 08:20 Knutepus Pre-Match Thread: Everton v. Arsenal [WSL]

Competition: Women's Super League - GW10
Venue: Haig Avenue
Date: 15 Dec 2019 12:30

Team news

Jen Beattie was subbed early during the London Bees game with an ankle injury and is unlikely to recover in time for this game, so either Louise Quinn or Viki Schnaderbeck will come in at centre-half. Leah Williamson also picked up a knock in the dying embers of the Bees game, but she should be fit to play.
Danielle van de Donk, Jordan Nobbs, Kim Little and Lia Walti will all return after being rested for Wednesday’s game against Bees. Katrine Veje (foot), Danielle Carter (knee) and Tabea Kemme (knee) are all unavailable.
Everton sleepwalked through much of last season, relying on the fact that Yeovil Town were so far inferior to every other team to stay up. With Manchester United and Spurs promoted this season, Everton got the memo that the division would not prop up another whipping boy and they duly invested in their squad.
In the early part of the decade, Everton were the biggest challengers to Arsenal’s domestic supremacy, but they fell away from their perch shortly after the creation of the WSL when the likes of Chelsea and Manchester City upped the financial ante. They were relegated in 2014 before being instantly promoted again from the Championship.
This summer, they brought in Dutch left-back Kika van Es, who came very close to joining Arsenal last January. In Chloe Kelly, they have an ex-Arsenal trainee who is one of the in-form players in the division. Kirk is one of the most respected coaches in the division and the Toffees will be well organised and prepared to play on the break.
Line-Up Prediction
Arsenal (4-3-3)
Evans- Williamson - Quinn- McCabe
Nobbs - Little (c) - Walti
van de Donk - Miedema- Mead
How to catch the game:
The game takes place at Southport FC’s Haig Avenue on Sunday at 12.30pm. It will be streamed live on the FA Player app, which is entirely in geoblocked and free of charge.

Match Preview @ Arseblog News

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2019.12.07 07:01 Kendallsan better late than never! welcome back to the WEEKEND UPDATE!!! 12/6-12/8

Howdy, all you Lakeview Lovelies out there! Did you miss us??? We missed you!
It's been a completely hectic few weeks, but we are back, and hopefully won't miss a Friday for a while...
Let's go!
HOLIDAY TREAT STROLL: Lakeview East's Chamber of Commerce is really killing it this holiday season - Saturday 12/7, noon-3pm is the Shopping Extravaganza and Holiday Treat Stroll! Stop in at the business office right next to Yellowtail and Johnny Sprockets on Broadway and buy gift cards at 25% off! You'd be crazy NOT to buy the cards - it's an automatic discount at the more than 150 stores in Lakeview that accept them! Then there are 30 different stores offering treats from Mexican hot chocolate to cookies to spiked egg nog, plus all kinds of specials and sales for your shopping pleasure.
POP-UP BARS: Lakeview East Chamber of Commerce has also announced a spectacular list of holiday themed pop-up bars throughout Wrigleyville - your friendly Lakeview moderators visited a few of them last night and WOW!!! They are so festive and fun and just really the very embodiment of Christmas decorations! Please go visit as many as you can and show your support so we get to do this every year!!!
GIVER'S GIFT: One more Lakeview East Chamber of Commerce event - the Giver's Gift, where you can earn a $50 gift card when you spend $300 at participatng businesses in the neighborhood. It's free money, people!
CHRISTKINDLMARKET: Your friendly Lakeview moderators truly love the Christkindlmarket, and we could not be more overjoyed that there is a location in our very own neighborhood. Stop by and enjoy the smells, sights, and sounds of this glorious tradition. (And try the coffee cake - delicious!)
ICE SKATING: While you are at the Wrigleyville Christkindlmarket, strap on some blades and enjoy the Winterland Ice Rink. Let's face it - ice skating right outside Wrigley Field while watching Christmas movies on the big screen is pretty darn awesome.
FOR THE KIDS: These holiday events for kids fill up FAST but here's one this weekend and one on 12/22 that you can still plan for. Tomorrow is the Kids Holiday Cookie Workshop at Tuco & Blondie's. Appears to be free, plus it's literally steps from the Southport Brown line stop. They also still have spots on the 22nd for their Gingerbread House Workshop. Get on it, folks!
WITH THE KIDS: It's Parent and Child Create Night at Kidcreate Studio Saturday 12/7. Follow easy step-by-step instructions as you learn to draw and then paint Santa! Each parent and child will create their own masterpiece.
VOLUNTEER: For those of you who wish to give back this holiday season, you can volunteer at the Lakeview Food Pantry Saturday 12/7. If that date doesn't work for you, give them a jingle and find out when they need more volunteers!
SANTA SPEEDO RUN: While you are enjoying the Shopping Extravaganza and Holiday Treat Stroll, take a break and jog up to Halsted at 2pm for the Santa Speedo Run, a 1 mile run through Boystown that is sure to be a gift for your eyes!
JINGLE JOG: This weekend is a great one for runners! The Jingle Jog 5K is Sunday 12/8. Sounds like a big ole day of fun! After the 3-mile run, enjoy your goodie bag, two complimentary brunch cocktails, complimentary hotdog bar and a visit from Santa Claus, hot chocolate, Christmas carols, and much more to put you in a festive mood!
BREAKFAST WITH SANTA: Not sure if it's sold out yet, but the Hotel Zachary hosts breakfast with Santa weekends through Christmas. Tickets go quick so get in on it before they are gone!
TEDDY BEAR TEA: Also at Hotel Zachary, the Teddy Bear Tea lets your kids (or you) bring your favorite fluffy friend for a pot of house-made hot chocolate, tea sandwiches and light bites, cake pops, cupcakes, and more sweet treats before a special guest storyteller arrives!
ADVENT MARKET: Sunday 12/8 St Clement School holds their Advent Market: Festivities for all ages, shop from 15 local artists and retailers, greenery, breakfast items and bake good, pictures with Santa Claus, bounce houses, and craft project. Woo hoo!
MUSIC: Need a break from holiday joy? Take a seat at the Christopher Elam show at Uncommon Ground Lakeview. Chill and enjoy!
TROLLEY TOURS: There are a few different kinds of trolley tours - the one that first caught my attention was the BYOB Holiday Lights Tour, but there are also non-alcohol Holiday Lights Tours, a Home for the Holidays tour, and the O Christmas Tree Jingle Bus. Choose your trolley fun and enjoy!
HAGGIS: Yep, you read correctly: haggis. All weekend long you can celebrate the "Feast of the Haggis" at the 174th Annual Saint Andrew’s Day Gala. Celebrate the culture, food, and music of Scotland, no matter what your own heritage - plus an awesome after-party!
SANTA RUN: Even now, the night before, you can still register for The Santa Hustle but be prepared to get up early Saturday and run in the cold! It's a fun run 5K that starts and ends at Soldier Field, and there's an additional shorter run just for kids. Looks like a jolly time!
BRUNCH WITH SANTA: Head out west to the Brookfield Zoo Sunday 12/8 (or 12/15) for Brunch with Santa! Two seatings per Sunday, all you can eat, with photo opportunities with Santa and other holiday characters.
The weather this weekend will be fairly decent for a December in Chicago - watch out, though, Wednesday is supposed to get bitter and cold - briefly.
We missed you all! Glad to be back! Now get out there and have a spectacular holiday fun filled weekend!
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2019.11.07 21:16 The_Legal_Immigrants Hell yes, Australia! THANK YOU from Michigan, USA

Opened a reddit account once I leaned my tiny little rock band was invited to play Hometown Fest in Brisbane 23/11 in hopes I might find another gig but expecting nothing at all.
In the last two days, we've secured a date in Southport and a date in Sydney in addition to someone offering to take us around Brisbane and another to take us hiking and cook us food. All of this from kind strangers on the new (to me) platform. Mind is blown.
I can't book a show 200 miles from my hometown this quickly.....y'all are beyond incredible. I really want to show my appreciation, so I made an Australian bandcamp page for us where you can't even pay us for the music if you want to.
Hope to empty some stubbies with as many of ya as possible in the coming weeks! CHEERS!
It's 0 degrees here right now, can't wait to fry like a bloody egg!
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2019.09.06 13:35 Pokemage343 Southport Air Show 2019: Timetable, dates, weather and schedule in full ahead of air festival

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2019.09.02 21:54 jordanfromthego 420 Friendly Guy Looking For Another 420 Person for 10/1 Move In

People of Reddit!
I'm seeking another individual also looking for an October 1st (10/1) Move-In date.
No more than $2100 ($1050 per person) not including utilities.
- Neighborhoods of Interest: Humboldt Park, Wicker, West Town, Bucktown, Wicker Park, Logan Square, Noble Square, Southport Corridor, Pilsen, South Loop, Garfield Park, West Loop (pretty much anywhere where one has immediate access to a train stop that takes no more than 25min to the Loop.
- Must be 420 friendly, I repeat, must be 420 friendly.
- No pets.
- Any gender is cool with me as long as you're not a slob.
About me: 28m, consultant in Andersonville. I enjoy cooking, architectural walks through Chicago's neighbourhoods, and reading medical peer-reviewed journals. I also like sports, Netflix, and the majority of shit regular people do.
PM me if you're interested and we can schedule a time to grab some grub!
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2019.08.14 10:03 transcribersofreddit CasualUK Image "My favourite picture of my grandparents on Southport pier, not sure of the date. Miss them every day."

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2019.08.14 09:57 brogbort My favourite picture of my grandparents on Southport pier, not sure of the date. Miss them every day.

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2019.07.12 17:31 Kendallsan Who's ready for the weekend, Lakeview? IT'S WEEKEND UPDATE TIME!!! 7/12-14

Man, it has been a busy week. Your friendly Lakeview moderators have an old friend visiting so we have been taking advantage of all possible fun things to do in the city - we have one more weekend with her, so let's see what else we can cram in to her fun-filled visit - and you can enjoy, too!
RUMMAGE SALE: I'm going to start with the event I have most been looking forward to - the Lakeview East Chamber of Commerce's first ever neighborhood Rummage Sale! I have no idea what will be sold or where they got it, but I can't wait to go check it out! Sunday July 14 10am-4pm under the Belmont El Stop, with vendors and music. See you all there!
BASEBALL: Chicago can never get enough baseball, am I right? This weekend the Cubbies face the Pittsburgh Pirates. The White Sox are out of town playing the Oakland A's. Local minor league team The Chicago Dogs are also out of town, playing the Sioux Falls Canaries - wow, did we get a spectacularly better named team or what? So get out to Wrigley and watch the only game in town - go Cubs! W
FESTIVAL/ART: Need to walk around, enjoy art, and have some street fair food? Of course you do - this is Chicago! Saturday and Sunday you can spend all day at the Southport Art Festival and feed that Windy City festival-hungry beast. Admission is free, they have a kids area, and it sounds like tons of art to enjoy and purchase, should you be so moved. As Keanu and Alex would say, "Excellent"!!!
CARTOONS: As long as you're headed to the Art Festival, make some extra time to see Looney Tunes on a big screen, hosted by The Music Box Theater. Admission is free - wow! - and you can come and go as you please between 10:30am-2:30pm Saturday and Sunday. Seriously - this is a must do. I will be watching for my favorite cartoons like What's Opera, Doc, Duck Dodgers in the 24 1/2th Century, Hair-Raising Hare, and SO MANY others! Super excited for this one, folks!
MUSIC: Uncommon Ground on Clark Street always has something good going on. This weekend you can choose from three different nights of great music. Friday night is Van Isaacson, Nicole Amine, and Griffin Kenna at 8pm for just ten bucks; Saturday brings Pink Sky w/ Cellar Door & Xavier.wav also at 8pm for just ten bucks; and Sunday offers two shows - Beatmakers Chicago at 3:30 for FREE, and Jessica Mindrum, Annika Bennett, The Simple Parade & Molly Martin at 7pm - again, for just ten bucks. You could spend a weekend filled with great music for just $30!
VIRTUAL REALITY: We walked by this place the other day - I had no idea this was even a thing, but apparently Lakeview has its very own virtual reality lounge with Krypton VR on Halsted. Maybe I should look into that undersea VR thing to work on my shark phobia... Hmmmm... Anyway - if you go, please report back and let us know all about it!
AXE THROWING: Somewhere you might just find your friendly Lakeview moderators this weekend - Bad Axe Throwing in the Century Landmark building. Axe throwing is so much fun! No alcohol, of course - these are real, sharp axes and safety comes first. You can bring your own food and drinks, and you must be 18 to play. Truly a spectacular time to be had!
If you feel like stretching your legs and going a bit farther afoot, here's some other fun stuff happening external to our little Garden of Eden.
FESTIVAL/BURGERS: The Roscoe Village Burger Fest runs Saturday and Sunday 11am-10pm. Actually, sounds like a great combo with the Southport Art Fest - you could get some great art in and then go burger crazy, all in one day!
FESTIVAL/FOOD: Did you know that entry to Taste of Chicago is free? Awesome! Of course, once you get in the food will cost ya, but hey - nice to walk in and out as you please, right? All food and beverages are sold using tickets, so get a bunch and try it all!
FESTIVAL/BBQ: Apparently some dates are already sold out, so if you want to go to the Windy City Smokeout for country music, bbq, and beer - get em quick!
FESTIVAL/CRIME PODCASTS: Here's an odd one - a festival celebrating podcasts based on true crime. Who knew? Saturday only, the True Crime Podcast Festival will have the podcasters on hand to discuss shows and cases, have panel discussions, and will record/air live episodes as well. Weirdly cool...
FESTIVAL/IRISH: Want to celebrate being Irish, or just wishing you were? Head over to the Irish American Heritage Festival for the best local and international Irish and American music, dance and family activities.
WHO YA GONNA CALL?: Ghostbusters! is showing tomorrow at 8:30pm as part of the summer series Movies in the Park throughout Chicago. Plenty of other great moves playing this weekend in various parks - pick one and bring a blanket and a picnic and have a great time!
The weather this weekend looks to be pretty darn good - if you can still manage to believe forecasts this year. I'm fervently hoping the humidity stays low, the clouds stay dry, and the sun merely kisses us all hello for the day.
All right, all you spectacular Lakeviewers - get out there and get busy having fun! We will be out and about, so maybe we will run into some of you - can't wait! Be well and be swell, y'all!
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