2017 League 1 transfers

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Re: 2017 League 1 transfers

Postby Craitman » Mon Sep 04, 2017 11:42 pm

Kealb have signed free agent Maxwell Stoner. The 20 year-old midfielder had been without a club since Safiria's death in 2015, having been on the books of Miše FC up to then, and appeared in the World Cup two summers ago for Athlon as a teenager.

His signing completes Kealb's 25-man squad well ahead of the transfer deadline - as manager Peter Ula had hoped, with the aim of settling his side in advance for a push up the table - and the youngster takes the vacant number 18 jersey as the first Athlonian to join a League 1 club.
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Re: 2017 League 1 transfers

Postby Craitman » Tue Sep 05, 2017 1:10 am

Osĵätoņ Aztecs have announced the surprise capture of Craitish striker Tim Isrdlvarien from Kilbay City in Caputia.

Despite an expectation to 30 year-old would remain with City, the successor team to Kilbay Rangers, with whom he played since 2013, the Aztecs' management persuaded him to join the team and make a return to playing in Craitland. While not a part of the national team's squad for the FMF World Cup this summer on account of Hamland's disjointed season prior to their collapse, the forward gained his 55th cap in a friendly against Coria in June, and is the second-highest active goalscorer for Craitland with 27 international goals to his name.

The move has solid grounding, with the Aztecs aiming to bring a new striker in after the departure of Florent Lassana-Traoré and Isrdlvarien's undoubted experience being a boon, but his lack of first-team football could be a potential cause for concern, especially with career precedent that he is a player who thrives on regular game time. With a number of reputable attacking players on the team's squad list, he may not enjoy the benefits of being a guaranteed starter, but with a few years left in him, this move could also help reignite both his chances for club and country.

He takes the 14 shirt following his Cr 9 million transfer.
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Re: 2017 League 1 transfers

Postby Craitman » Tue Sep 05, 2017 1:50 am

In what is seemingly a mini-homecoming of Craits from Caputia, following Isrdlvarien and Vorgensen's earlier moves, two more have secured moves back to the motherland.

Firstly, Róndlinga Diamonds have announced the acquisition of Jón Lydveldtsen. The 29 year-old central midfielder began his career with Kealb before switching places with Hamland's Ian Southgate and signing for Ad & Tkir United in 2010, with whom he played up until the demise of the HPL. The uncapped grafter received a surprise training camp call-up ahead of 2011's international tournaments, but has been out of the manager's plans ever since, with options aplenty in the middle of the park. Joining from Stade Tkir for Cr 4 million after a relatively good Premier Cup showing, Lydveldtsen takes the number eight shirt. The Diamonds are thought to also be interested in Jingdaoese midfielder Yao Tsutang after an impressive World Cup display as they aim to bring at least one more midfielder into their squad.

An unrelated Lydveldtsen has also signed for Eĵars Town, with striker Mattias arriving for a Cr 2.1 million fee. Coincidentally also 29 years-old, the forward last played in his home nation as a teenager, where he failed to make the grade at ZK before trying his luck in Alexandria. After ten years with the Baudrix Bears, being a comfortable reserve option, Lydveldtsen joined Asga Bears this summer after the Super 12's disbandment, where he scored twice in the Premier Cup, prompting interest from "The Pointers". A direct replacement for the retired Maärtin Hjólt, the striker takes the number 15, as Jarosław Brzęczyszczykiewicz moves to 11. In addition, Christophe Odemwingie will now wear the number three and Freddie Huläj the number two shirt.
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Re: 2017 League 1 transfers

Postby Craitman » Tue Sep 12, 2017 11:31 pm

Following a quiet period in the transfer window for Craitish clubs, Róndlinga Diamonds have completed the transfer of midfielder Yao Tsutang, as the 27 year-old joins on a deal from Daocheng FC in his homeland of Jingdao.

An unknown commodity prior to this summer, the holding midfielder's consistent and composed displays were the backbone of Jingdao's surprising run to the FMF World Cup quarter-finals. Although three of Yao's international teammates already ply their trade in League 1, he becomes the first ethnically-Jingdaoese player in the division, and will wear the club's number four jersey after his Cr 2.3 million move.
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Re: 2017 League 1 transfers

Postby Craitman » Wed Sep 13, 2017 3:58 pm

Two free agents have been signed by League 1 teams as the transfer deadline draws ever closer and clubs try to complete their 25-man quotas.

Biulya äqi Jedu have given a chance to some offensive prowess as Tellian striker Nicolò Peruzzi joins. The 25 year-old is the younger brother of World Cup winner Andrea Luca, and appeared in the nation's under-21 squad in 2008, where he scored four goals prior to the tournament's infamous abandonment. Rated as equally as talented as his brother, Nicolò's career has been less fortunate, with his place at FC Fiorecittà lost after a long-term injury and subsequent spells at clubs being under short-term non-professional contracts. BäJ are hoping the forward can reïgnite the form he showed as a youth with a stable club, and have given him the number 23 jersey, as its previous holder Cameron Mena-ó-Xäi takes the vacated two.

The other incoming free agent is Alexandrian-born left-back David Cristo to Sverige Tiem. The now-Caputian also appeared in the 2008 under-21 World Cup and played for Olympique Créçois up until this summer, when the Alexandrian league collapsed. Having failed to agree a contract with Morfaga Olympique, as most other l'OC players did, the 28 year-old was available for free. Cristo will wear the club's number three and is expected to be in contention for a starting line-up position as both left by the retiring Marc Demhivo. In addition, Senyan winger Ƨinkœ Zvet has been confirmed as the team's number 14.
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Re: 2017 League 1 transfers

Postby Craitman » Sun Sep 17, 2017 11:27 am

At the seeming behest of their fans, Cherry Trees have made their first incoming signing of the window, having surprisingly struggled to attract any players up until now.

Caputian winger Ray Johnstone has been announced on a season's loan deal from Morfaga Olympique as the reigning champions aim to keep their attacking options open. The 31 year-old former-Hammish international is one of Micras' most well-known players, and can include two World Cup wins in his extensive honours list. A guaranteed starter for Hamland since his first squad inclusion in 2011, the right-sider can also boast winner's medals from an EMU Championships, three EMUFA Champions' Leagues and an FMF Champions' League, as one of his country's most decorated players.

Having spent his entire career with hometown team Morfaga North Rangers up until the HPL's demise earlier this summer, Johnstone appeared in the Premier Cup for spiritual successor club Morfaga Olympique before agreeing to a first ever move abroad. While it is thought a permanent move was Cherry Trees' main desire, an apprehension from the Caputian end to let the midfielder leave permanently led to a loan move instead.

Johnstone takes the side's number 21, and will be up against Aprem Neil for a starting role this season, as the club aims to seal a second consecutive league title for the first time in a decade.
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Re: 2017 League 1 transfers

Postby Craitman » Sat Sep 30, 2017 9:54 am

In an unexpected deadline day move, Xäiville Teflons have announced the loan of Krasnarusyn defender Eskender Serdučik from Super Liga side Nuví Pelezu. The 24 year-old is a well-known player in his home country, and is an international starter. Some solid performances in AEFA competitions so far this season drew the Teflons' interest in Serdučik as they aim to bolster their defence after the retirement of Krzysztof Łukasz, and a loan deal was preferred by the Krasnarusyn capital city club. Serdučik takes the number 5 jersey, giving expectation he is in contention for regular starts, and will remain with the club until next June.
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Re: 2017 League 1 transfers

Postby Craitman » Sun Oct 01, 2017 10:54 am

With the transfer deadline passing at midnight last night, no further external moves were made by clubs in League 1, making a rather underwhelming deadline day in comparison to the last couple which saw the mega-money incoming moves of Marko Zajc and Tamer Modrem. However, with a number of squad places remaining to fill, the annual intake of youth promotions from the CÓNECT academy occurred, with the following twelve youngsters now entering their rookie seasons:

Biulya äqi Jedu
12. Jären Petersen - 18 year-old right-back born in Biulya, strong, stocky and defence-minded
15. Ken Jormundsen - central midfielder, 19, with an eye for a pass and half-Storish parentage

Cherry Trees
12. Anders Dhiam - Left-footed winger, 19, who enjoys cutting in and chancing a shot

Eĵars Town
22. Joel-Morteņ Isrdlvarien - 20 year-old versatile defender, likely to be shaped into a right-back
25. Hóldarman Kahthajtensen - Midfielder, 17, who is the first of the famed Kahthajtensen family to play in the top tier

Hänävissen-ó-Cräiteland
12. Ólrik Dernam - 21 year-old sweeper to add to the team's defensive options

Osĵätoņ Aztecs
13. Tom Gränsen - Left-sided midfielder, 18, who has shown promise but has problems with injury

Róndlinga Diamonds
12. Yaqin Lydveldtsen - Highly-rated 21 year-old right-winger who will challenge to start

Xäiville Teflons
17. Ndola Hemingway - Rapid left wing-back with New Nsawamian ancestry, youngest promotion this year at 16
18. Danny Christiansen - 19 year-old midfielder with a reputation as a dead-ball specialist, with Marc Hjansen moving to #2
23. Jan Valdarhjen - Right-back, 18, touted as a prospect in the Daniel Hjansen mould but a record of poor discipline

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21. Marc K'echhlem - Defensive midfielder, 19, who will help the team's tactical versatility
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