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低级球队背景资料查询贴(新)

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发表于 2009-5-17 14:07 | 显示全部楼层
请问burscough队的历史,最近一直在用这个队
发表于 2009-5-26 17:57 | 显示全部楼层
重新开裆,意丙二como(科莫),看这个队的历史很不一般,赞布罗塔和罗基都在这里干过,好像02年吴承瑛还要去这个队着,不知他在意甲的战绩如何呀???
发表于 2009-6-1 19:22 | 显示全部楼层
我也有玩低级联赛的冲动了
发表于 2009-6-14 16:43 | 显示全部楼层
求一下Welling United的歷史
開檔在南北那個
发表于 2009-6-14 18:14 | 显示全部楼层
105# hotchoco 不用麻煩各位了 我自己到維基找到了
发表于 2009-6-16 00:00 | 显示全部楼层
Bromley
我今天开的档...
发表于 2009-7-3 00:30 | 显示全部楼层
如果我没记错的话,除了意甲的两支,米兰城里是没有其他球队的。附近到有一些,比如Monza和Pro Sesto,离米兰很近。
东欧核弹头 发表于 2009-2-10 13:20


很遗憾,您记错了,米兰城有第三支球队,在FM里也能找到,但是无法选择。如果要选择的话必须修改。

这支队伍名字叫Brera,07-08是业余队,FM09里已经变成了半职业队伍。去年是意大利第6级联赛的球队,不过貌似很惨的,降级了……看这支队伍的资料可以看到,他是米兰城内的球队,而不像Monza这样的属于郊区……
发表于 2009-7-30 00:22 | 显示全部楼层
请问英格兰南部地区联赛的braintree town的球队历史和城市背景 可以帮我找一下么
发表于 2009-8-16 23:06 | 显示全部楼层
请问英格兰南部地区联赛的braintree town的球队历史和城市背景 可以帮我找一下么
dairenzhong 发表于 2009-7-30 00:22

1898年球队成立,当时名字是Manor Works FC赞助商是赞助泰坦尼克上窗玻璃的Crittall公司,该公司貌似是首家将玻璃制造工艺带入英国的,因此球队昵称是the iron
应该是意为烧制玻璃的意思吧,之后球队相继使用过 Crittall Athletic FC 和Braintree & Crittall Athletic FC两个名字,1981年改为现在的Braintree Town F.C

1935年他们加入东部郡制联赛,二战之后短暂转战过大伦敦联赛等,91年正式加入南区
Robbie Garvey 是其新任manager(资料显示是3月份时),助手是Jason Broom
主场是cressing road Stadium貌似这cressing还是类似煅烧玻璃的意思。。。
貌似刚刚翻新到国家联赛等级的,不过球队计划新建一座6000座位的新球场

以下是球队成员和荣誉

GKNicky Morgan
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DFRyan Peters
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DFRyan Moran
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DFLynvall Duncan
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DFAndrew Howell
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DFMark Jones
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DFAdam Bailey-Dennis

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DFJoe Bruce
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MFBrad Quinton (captain)
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MFMatt Game
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MFJacob Mingle
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MFAndy Porter
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FWGeorge Purcell
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FWSean Marks


  • Robbie Garvey (Manager)
  • Jason Broom (Assistant Manager)
  • Lee Goodwin (First Team Coach)
  • Steve Gracie (Physio)
  • Paul Catley (Goalkeeper Coach)



Isthmian League
  • Premier Division champions 2005-06
  • Eastern Counties League
    • Champions 1936-37, 1983-84, 1984-85
  • Essex Senior Cup
    • Winners 1996

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发表于 2009-8-31 09:37 | 显示全部楼层
麻烦LZ给查一下 Pro Sesto 的相关信息,米兰城没法选择第3只球队了,所以只能选择离米兰最近的Pro Sesto了。。。
感谢、感谢!!!
发表于 2009-9-1 18:58 | 显示全部楼层
本人喜欢黑色,看了英国南北联赛里有三个球队球衣是黑的,bath,fisher和stafford rangers。bath因为我这里没有他的队徽,故不选择了。

求stafford 的别名,城市背景和球队历史。另请教,他旁边的大球会有哪些。
发表于 2009-9-12 00:35 | 显示全部楼层
:D  LZ真用心啊
发表于 2009-9-12 19:25 | 显示全部楼层
本人喜欢黑色,看了英国南北联赛里有三个球队球衣是黑的,bath,fisher和stafford rangers。bath因为我这里没有他的队徽,故不选择了。

求stafford 的别名,城市背景和球队历史。另请教,他旁边的大球会有哪些。
Solup 发表于 2009-9-1 18:58

他们主页上的  实在太长没空翻译了,不过这英语都是挺简单的应该能看懂的
STAFFORD RANGERS F.C. - CLUB HISTORY

Stafford Rangers was formed around 1876. Early matches were cup games and friendlies with the team reaching the FA Cup First Round in both 1884/85 and 1885/86. Following spells in both the Shropshire League and Birmingham League, the club moved to their present Marston Road home for the start of the 1896/97 season and commenced a four-season stint in the North Staffordshire League.

In 1900/01, Stafford rejoined the Birmingham League but administration problems meant they had to field another team of first-team strength for that season in the Cheshire League. Season 1904/05 was a memorable one as the team enjoyed an unexpected FA Cup run to the final Qualifying Round, bowing out in a replay at Second Division Blackpool. Rangers were demoted to the Birmingham Combination in 1912 but won the championship at the first attempt (1912/13) and then finished runners-up in two of the next four seasons either side of the First World War. Returning to the Birmingham League in 1921, Rangers won the title in 1926/27, twice finished runner-up (1928/29 and 1929/30) and were twice third in five memorable seasons. During this period a total of 542 league goals were scored with the prolific Eddie Cameron regularly finding the net. Due to financial troubles, the team spent the mid- to late thirties struggling to avoid re-election and in one game were so short of players that the Secretary R.P. Brown had to play and actually scored. During April 1935 a successful appeal for £100 to pay creditors enabled the club to survive. When War broke out in 1939, Rangers participated in an emergency Birmingham League during the 1939/40 season, finishing as runners-up, and then disbanded.

The club resumed action after the Second World War and played in the Birmingham Combination for six seasons, achieving a highest position of sixth in 1950/51. With a view to progress, Rangers joined the Cheshire County League in 1952 but many fans were upset about the loss of many long-standing fixtures. They finished third in 1954/55 season and Les Box made his way into the club records during September 1957 when he scored seven goals in history 5an 11-0 FA Cup victory over Dudley Town. However, Rangers’ spell in the Cheshire League was generally one of struggle and, in fact, during the early sixties financial difficulties again threatened the club’s existence. Rangers survived a re-election vote on two occasions and gates at times dipped below the 200 mark. In 1966, the appointment of Colin Hutchinson as manager started an upturn in fortunes. Rangers won the 1967/68 Cheshire League Cup and following season finished as Cheshire League runners-up to earn a place in the Northern Premier League.

The seventies proved to be the most successful era in the club’s history to date and put Stafford Rangers firmly on the map. With the late Roy Chapman as manager, the club recorded a Northern Premier League Championship, FA Trophy and Staffordshire Senior Cup treble in season 1971/72; Ray Williams scored a club record 48 goals. Three seasons later Rangers progressed to the FA Cup Fourth Round defeating Stockport County, Halifax Town and Rotherham United on the way to defeat against Peterborough United in front of a 31,160 gate at Stoke City’s Victoria Ground. The home Third Round tie with Rotherham attracted a record 8,536 to Marston Road. After Chapman had departed to manage League club Stockport County, Rangers were again at Wembley in 1975/76 for their second FA Trophy Final but they lost to Scarborough 3-2 after extra time. Roy Chapman returned as manager and success continued with a second FA Trophy Final success in 1979, this time against Kettering Town with Alf Wood scoring both goals in a 2-0 win.

Rangers became founder members of the Alliance Premier League but this coincided with a downturn in the fortunes and various managers found it difficult to follow the successful seventies. Former West Bromwich Albion stars, Len Cantello and Tony Brown, and ex-Coventry forward Don Nardiello all had short spells at the club as players.

After four problematic seasons, Rangers were relegated back to the Northern Premier League in 1983. Poor form continued but with the appointment of Ron Reid as manager during the 1983/84 season as manager, the club soon began to rebuild its reputation and was rewarded with the 1984/85 Northern Premier League title. Back in the Alliance, the Bob Lord Trophy, Jim Thompson Shield and Staffordshire Senior Cup were all won within two seasons.
During the late eighties and early nineties, Rangers found life difficult in the Conference, with six managers in seven seasons following Reid’s departure in May 1988. The sale of striker Stan Collymore to Crystal Palace in December 1990 for a substantial six-figure fee stands out in this period. Under the management of Dennis Booth, Rangers enjoyed a tremendous 1992/93 campaign. They finished sixth in the league and reached the FA Cup Second Round, defeating Lincoln City in a First Round replay at Marston Road. After Booth departed for Bristol Rovers, Rangers found success difficult to come by and were relegated from the Conference to the Beazer Homes (Southern) League Premier Division at the end of the 1994/95 season. The slide continued at the start of the 1995/96 campaign during Bob Horton’s short reign as manager and Rangers had not gained a point when Kevan Bowen took over in October 1995. Bowen made an immediate impact and achieved very good results in the second half of the season but the damage had been done at the start and the club was relegated for the second successive season. Former Manchester City and Norwich City defender Kevin Bond succeeded Bowen as manager towards the end of 1997 but he soon moved on to take up a role at Portsmouth.
Phil Robinson joined his hometown club as player-manager in the 2002 close season. By the end of the season Rangers had exceeded all expectations. They finished second in the Dr Martens League Premier Division, reached the FA Cup First Round for the first time in a decade and brought the Staffordshire Senior Cup back to Marston Road with a memorable 5-1 victory over Stoke City at Port Vale’s Vale Park. Robinson’s second season in charge, 2003/04, brought more success with Rangers, this time, finishing third in the league behind Crawley Town and Weymouth to earn a place amongst the Nationwide North founder members. Rangers reached the Staffordshire Senior Cup Final but lost 1-0 after to Kidsgrove Athletic in the Final. Last season, silverware returned to Marston Road as the team regained the Senior Cup, defeating Leek Town in the Final at Vale Park. As well as reaching the FA Cup First Round, the team finished the inaugural Nationwide North season in eighth position with the tightest defence that conceded just 44 goals.

The 2005/06 season was a memorable one as Stafford Rangers regained Nationwide Conference status. After topping the Nationwide North table for much of the season, the team eventually finished runners-up but gained promotion after a penalty shootout victory over Droylsden at Burton Albion’s Pirelli Stadium. Rangers also enjoyed their best FA Trophy run since 1990, progressing to the quarter finals before losing to Woking in a replay. New floodlights were installed towards the end of the season, replacing the only set that had shone down on Marston Road since 1969. All the seats in the main stand were replaced.

Stafford Rangers got off to a good start in 2006/07 back in non-league’s top flight and managed to stay out of the relegation zone throughout the campaign despite finishing in 20th position. The team reached the FA Cup Second Round for the first time since 1992/93. They defeated Maidenhead United in a First-Round replay to earn a trip to League One side Brighton and Hove Albion, losing 3-0 at the Withdean Stadium. The Marston Road stadium took on a new look in March 2007 with the erection of a large temporary seated stand on the old Shed end and a smaller covered terrace at the Astonfields end.
With many new faces in the side the 2007/8 campaign got underway. However, league points were difficult to come by and Phil Robinson left his position at the end of November 2007. Senior players, Neil Grayson and Kevin Street, were appointed joint caretaker-player-managers and took the team to the FA Carlsberg Trophy Third Round as well as gaining two back-to-back league victories at the end of their spell in charge.


On Thursday 21st February 2008 former Wolves star Steve Bull M.B.E. was appointed as Manager. With time short, the Wolves legend was unable to prevent the club suffering relegation to Blue Square North. Steve’s reign at the club ended in December 2008 and the job of retaining Blue Square North status was handed to Chris Brindley, who had been Bull’s Assistant. Chris, a former player at the club, also played for Kidderminster Harriers, Telford United and Hednesford Town and as a Manager took Hednesford Town from the Southern Premier League into the Conference North.

The club suffered severe financial problems in December 2008, but thanks to the input from the Board of Directors, local businesses and the loyalty of most of playing staff and the supporters, relegation was avoided. One bright spot for the club was an appearance in the Staffs Senior Cup Final at Vale Park, a match lost on penalties to Kidsgrove Athletic

Brindley had used his wealth of experience and contacts in non-league football to bring in a few new faces to ensure Rangers safety in the Blue Square North and he has been rewarded with the Managers position for the 2009-2010 campaign in the Blue Square North.

STAFFORD RANGERS F.C. - HONOURS

Birmingham Combination Champions: 1912/13
Birmingham League Champions: 1926/27
Northern Premier League Champions: 1971/72, 1984/85
Dr Martens Western Division Champions: 1999/2000

Birmingham League Runners-Up: 1928/29, 1929/30
Birmingham Wartime League Runners-Up: 1939/40
Cheshire County League Runners-Up: 1968/69
Northern Premier League Runners-Up: 1970/71, 1975/76
Dr Martens League Premier Division Runners-Up: 2002/03
Nationwide North Runners-Up: 2005/06

FA Trophy Winners:
1971/72 (3-0 v Barnet); 1978/79 (2-0 v Kettering)

Staffordshire Senior Cup Winners:
1954/55, 1956/57, 1962/63, 1971/72, 1977/78, 1986/87, 1991/92, 2002/03, 2004/05

Leek Cup Joint Winners: 1899/1900
Wednesbury Charity Cup Winners: 1920/21
Staffordshire Qualifying Cup Winners: 1928/29
Cheshire League Cup Winners: 1967/68
Midland Floodlight Cup Winners: 1969/70
Northern Premier League Shield Winners: 1985/86
Jim Thompson Shield Winners: 1986/87

FA Cup 4th Round: 1974/75
FA Cup 2nd Round: 1975/76, 1979/80, 1992/93, 2006/07

League clubs beaten in the FA Cup:
1974/75 1st Round v Stockport County
1974/75 2nd Round v Halifax Town
1974/75 3rd Round v Rotherham United
1992/93 1st Round v Lincoln City

Record Win:
All competitions: 15-0 v Kidsgrove Athletic 20/11/2001
FA Cup: 11-0 v Dudley Town 6/9/1958

Record Defeat:
All competitions - 0-12 v Burton Town, 13/12/1930

Most goals in a game: 7 by Les Box v Dudley Town, FA Cup 6/9/1958
发表于 2009-9-16 22:29 | 显示全部楼层
帮忙查下  solihull moors 球队历史 英格兰业余北区的球队
发表于 2009-9-23 13:56 | 显示全部楼层
帮忙查下  HYDE (海德联)球队历史 英格兰业余北区的球队
发表于 2009-9-27 15:31 | 显示全部楼层
学习了!!
发表于 2009-9-30 13:03 | 显示全部楼层
刚好需要 谢谢啦
发表于 2009-10-31 18:59 | 显示全部楼层
LZ,我正在选Solihull Moors征战FM2010,请介绍一下他的背景资料可以吗?貌似他的诞生年份居然是2007年,在英格兰真不多见啊。
发表于 2009-10-31 19:37 | 显示全部楼层
发表于 2009-10-31 20:15 | 显示全部楼层
谢谢楼上的兄弟了。
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