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Wildstars launch investigation after brawl video leaked

High-Rise Steel Second Division leader Boango Wildstars have suspended 3 players and launched an investigation after video of what seems to be an organised fight between two of the clubs' youth players. A third player, alleged to be a member of the senior squad, is heard urging the players on as they fight. Two youth team coaches have also been suspended.

The former three-time Wahönngö-Mba winners were relegated last season and the clubs new Sporting Director Ize Ifi made a brief statement to the press, announcing the investigation and stating that the club expects all players to abide by its code of conduct, which prohibits violence. Wahönngö-Mba leaders SuperSport Rangers are said to be concerned for the safety of a number of their players who are on loan at the club, and are considering moves to end these loan agreements early.

Boango's police force is awaiting the results of the investigation before filing charges against anyone, and is said to be following the investigation closely, as are league officials, who have already reminded Wiildstars of their safeguarding responsibilities to young players.


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The Race is on

Trier FC 1-2 Lighton

TRIER, AL — Full time at AMW Stadium, and Athletic Lighton has emerged as the 2-1 victory over league leaders Trier FC. With 2nd place Highton City FC’s 3-1 over North Highton FC, the gap drops to just three points with only 7 matches remaining in league play before cup season begins. FC Trier took an early lead in the match, with Alex Muñoz giving the hosts an early lead in the 11th minute. It was not to last, however, and by the 24th minute Lighton had tied the game through Iago Cornes. Just before halftime, Joseph Vard slotted home what would turn out the be the winning goal. The orange defense held strong and held out for the win.

Highton City 3-1 North Highton

HIGHTON CITY, NH — Since NHFC has emerged as a growing threat in the HPL, a rivalry has started to develop between the two teams. This one would have huge implications on the league, with Highton City only 6 point behind league leaders Trier coming into the match. With Trier’s loss, the league holders had an opportunity to cut the gap to one match. They duly delivered, finding the net three times before the hour mark. Alexís has two of those goals, with Brown wrapping up the scoring in the 54th minute. North Highton’s consolation was a header from Gregor Toria in the 86th.

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Sundeon Sørstatenes doubles down on Road Trip
By: Johan Sverden
Feb 1, Sundeon 2 - Senneran 1

The Sundeon Sørstatenes score a tough win against the Senneran Høydetoppes on the First of February, winning by a goal in overtime.

Period One
18:19 Offsides by Sun.
17:01 Icing by Manohaun, Sun.
16:42 Offsides by Sen.
14:58 Icing by Selchuk, Sun.
14:12 Tripping by Altrecht, Sen. Penalty. 5 on 4
13:45 Offsides by Sen.
12:12 Altrecht, Sen. Released. 5 on 5
10:29 Icing by Feltraut, Sen
8:06 Offsides by Sun.
6:54 Play paused, resumed.
6: 04 Offsides by Sen.
5:11 Icing by Manohaun, Sun.
4:12 Roughing by Selchuk, Sun. Penalty. 5 on 4.
3:49 Offsides by Sen.
3: 02 Slegli scores for Sen.! 1-0
3:00 Offsides by Sun.
2:40 Icing by Slegli, Sen.
1: 09 Icing by Endski, Sun.

End of Period, First Intermission.

Period Two

17:03 Icing by Edinsen, Sen.
16: 02 Offsides by Sun.
15:54 Offsides by Sun.
13:29 Icing by Levensen, Sun.
10:49 Fight started between Selchuk, Sun. and M. Eriksen, Sen. Eriksen wins. Both penalized. 5 on 5.
8:15 Icing by Autens, Sun.
4:49 Selchuk and M. Eriksen released.
4:16 Offsides by Sen.
2:44 Icing by Manohaun, Sun.
1:29 Offsides by Sun.

End of Period, Second Intermission.

Period Three

18:19 Offsides by Sen.
16:53 Offsides by Sen.
16: 02 Selchuk scores for Sun.! 1-1
14:19 Offsides by Sun.
13:44 Edinsen scores for Sen.! Contested as Offsides!
13:44 Kalgary responds to contestion. No Goal, 1-1.
11:54 Icing by Levensen, Sun.
11:46 Icing by Esraltsen, Sen.
8: 02 Offsides by Sen.
5:53 Offsides by Sun.
4:29 Puck out of bounds.
3: 33Icing by Levensen, Sun.
1:21 Offsides by Sun.

End of Period, Third Intermission


4: 32 Offsides by Sun.
3:58 Autens scores for Sun.! 2-1. Sundeon Wins.

Feb 3, Sundeon 3 - Wehrspaht 0

On the third, Sundeon secures another win, three to null against the Wehrspaht Rustngjøres. Sundeon's Selchuk is injured in the jaw and taken off the ice for a few games.

Feb 5, Sundeon 4 - Kalgary 3

The Capital was defeated by Sundeon on the fifth, with four goals for the Sørstatenes and three for the Militiamen. Two fights, one between Kauko and Serdan, the other between Levensen and A. Ofson.

Feb 7, Sundeon 1 - Håperbyen 0

The Håperbyen Sentraler couldn't secure the win last night, with the Sundeonians scoring in the last 5 minutes of the game, thus continuing their streak.

With these wins, Sundeon has pulled ahead of Kalgary as top of the Kanadian League, and the victories may keep coming, the Sundeonians to travel to two more cities before returning home.

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Prince's Cup 2019

Since the 19th century, the Prince's Cup has been a tradition entrenched in Hightonian culture. At the conclusion of the season, eight teams spread across the nation face off for the sacred trophy. The structure of the competition allows minnows to occasionally strike gold and not only qualify but do the unthinkable and make a deep run. Although a non-professional team has not won the Cup in over 50 years, some lower leagues teams have hoisted the trophy or come very close. The champions of each state tournament are qualified, and while the structures of these competitions vary, it allows lower league teams to appear. In addition to the state champions, the winner of the Hightonian Premier League and HFA Cup are also entered. The road to the Prince's Cup 2019 was intense before a relatively unfancied team took the crown.

Road to the Cup

HFA Premier League

The Premier League season in 2018/19 had a fascinating title race between age-old rivals Trier FC and Highton City. The two have represented the Aleman and North Hightonian rivalry for years and their annual clashes, Der Klassiker, is the most anticipated game of the HPL calendar. Trier jumped out to an early lead at the beginning of the season, emerging with a 14 point lead over then-second placed Capital FC. Highton City had an extremely poor start, falling to 11th after week 6, but was able to come back and find themselves in the Champion's Cup places by week 12. As the season continued, the gap between Trier and City narrowed. Trier's 2-1 loss to Lighton in February brought the difference to just 3 points. City went top of the table a week later when Trier fell 3-0 at the hand of their local rival Neu Club Trier. City's seven-match winning streak toward the end of the campaign came to an end of the final day of the season with a loss to Aleman FC, but they had already secured the title a week earlier. Trier FC finished the season an agonizingly close three points behind the champions.


The HFA Cup began in August with amateur and semi-pro teams beginning play. Following the conclusion of the HPL, league champions Highton City aimed to win the double. Their first match in the hunt for the Cup came against third-tier Rocket Maia, and away in Talanskland, City lost a 4-3 thriller. Rocket Maia would go on to be one of the feel-good stories of the Hightonian football season across multiple competitions, but they fell just short in the H2L Promotion Playoff with a heartbreaking 3-2 loss to West Alexandria 1933. H2L champions Vaasa PS knocked out top-flight struggled FC Jefferson in the opening round but were eliminated in the second stage by Wölfe Victoria. Wölfe would be the last lower league team standing in the Cup, taking on Capital FC in the semi-final. Capital emerged victorious 4-0 and marched on to their first final in a decade. They defeated local rival North Highton FC 2-0 at Coco's Park and qualified for their first Prince's Cup since 2012.

Alemaner Pokal

The Alemaner Pokal was the first of the state tournaments to be established and has been dominated by Trier FC and Neu Club Trier. After falling just short in the HPL title race, and having suffered early elimination from the HFA Cup at the hands of the Phoenix Coast Warriors, Trier FC made qualification for the Prince's Cup their priority. The boys in blue marched their way to the final without conceding a single goal, but they did need penalties to get past Borussia Einestadt in the second round after a 0-0 stalemate. In the final, they defeated city rivals Neu Club in a 5-0 drubbing, becoming the first team to with the Pokal without conceding a single goal.

North Highton Cup

After victory in the league and elimination from the HFA Cup, Highton City FC turned their attention directly to the Prince's Cup. Despite fielding a mostly rotated squad throughout the tournament, City still managed to reach the final following a 1-0 win over newly-promoted Czyville in the semifinal. City was to face HFA Cup winners Capital FC in the final but fell 2-1 after leading at half time as Capital secured a famous double for the first time in their history. With both finalists already qualified for the Prince's Cup, semifinalists Bolton Central qualified for their first ever Prince's Cup.

Pobfénix Cup

The teams from along the coast as well as the city of Alexandria prepared to fight for the crown. Phoenix Coast Warriors, regular qualifiers for the CEFA Champions Cup, had won the last six state cups on the bounce and were heavily favored to do the same again, but were stunned 3-0 in the quarterfinals by West Alexandria 1933. The absence of the Warriors allowed for an unusual final between Jefferson AFC and Club Alexandria, which resulted in Alexandria winning the trophy, remarkably for the first time since 2005. Alexandria returned to the Prince's Cup after three years absence.

Copa Reyterra

The newest state cup, the Copa Reyterra is a relatively open competition with a lack of strong teams hailing from the state. The two top-tier sides, Victoria United and 3City FC, met in the first round and Victoria's 4-1 win saw them move on to the next stage. Victoria's run to the final would be easy, and they secured the trophy in their home stadium with a 6-0 win over Ele. It was Victoria's fifth successive win in the Copa Reyterra.

Rixion States Cup

The Rixion States Cup comprises of teams from the largest geographic area but is generally considered the weakest of the six state competitions. Rixion Sports Club aimed to win the tournament after being relegated from the HPL this season and were one of the favorites to do so. The other favorites included top-flight Georgetown and H1L side Hightonia FC, but none of these sides could hoist the trophy. In front of about 10,000 fans at a mostly empty Rixion Bowl, H2L champions Vaasa PS stunned Georgetown FC 1-0 to claim their first Cup. They celebrated their first ever qualification to the Prince's Cup.

Talanskland Cup

This season, favored teams being bounced in the early rounds of state tournaments was a common trend. This was continued in Talanskland when HPL contenders AS Nola lost in the opening round to Rocket Maia. Maia did the unthinkable, beating Vidi Nola and SpVgg Soan to reach a final clash with Calabria United. Maia won 5-1, sending shockwaves around the Hightonian football scene in doing so. Rocket Maia may have clinched their first Prince's Cup qualification since the early 90s, but they still failed to gain promotion from the third tier and will continue to play there next season.

The Cup Itself


In the opening match of the Prince's Cup, league winner Highton City welcomed mid-table Victoria, the champions of the Copa Reyterra. The mediocre United team could not cope with the attacking capabilities of City. Two third division teams met for a place in the semifinals, ensuring that at least one member of the H2L would be represented in the final four. Vaasa overturned a 2-1 lead at the half to emerge 3-2 victors in an exciting quarterfinal clash. Maia's fairytale season came to an end with them winning their first piece of Cup silverware since the 90s, but they failed to be promoted. Alemaner Pokal champions Trier FC took on Club Alexandria in a highly anticipated clash at AMW Stadium. Trier jumped to a 2-0 lead within 15 minutes, something Alexandria could not overturn, in a match that finished 2-1. Bolton Central only qualified due to City and Capital having already have booked their places in the tournament, and their lack of quality showed in their home game against the state champions. Capital, hunting for their first ever treble, annihilated their opponents in a humiliating 5-0 loss, Capital's biggest ever win in the tournament.


HPL champions Highton City FC prepared to face H2L champions VPS confidently, and City believed the match would be a walkover. They were very wrong, with Vaasa's keeper playing the game of his life and making 11 saves. VPS struck on the counter-attack, with a goal in the 62nd minutes putting the Rixion Cup champions ahead 1-0. Alexís had a chance from the penalty spot in stoppage time to tie the game, but hit the shot off the post, sending Vaasa, remarkably, to its first-ever Prince's Cup final. In the other game, Trier FC opened with an early penalty at AMW to give them the lead but let in three goals before half time against Capital FC to drop down to 1-3. Neither team could score in a somewhat eventless half, which saw preparations made for the extremely unlikely final matchup of Vaasa PS and Capital FC.


Capital FC was dominant from start to finish against Vaasa but still struggled to finish their chances in the first half. They had an 87th-minute strike called back for offsides after a VAR review, which allowed Vaasa to conclude the ninety still at a 0-0 stalemate. The level-pegging scoreline would only last six minutes into the extra period, with Capital taking the lead in the 96th minute. With seven minutes left on the clock, Vaasa equalized hoping to send the game to penalties following a wonderful strike from 32 yards out, which would be awarded goal of the tournament. Vaasa had barely finished celebrating when Capital broke through and restored the lead with five minutes to play. Vaasa's two shots on goal could not provide enough to keep up with the treble winners, who celebrated that accomplishment for the first time. Although the accolade was unexpected, it was well deserved for a Capital FC team who hit their stride at just the right time to take home the trophies they played for during Cup season.

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It was a difficult debut for Santana

Vincent Küpfer -- 7th of September, 2019

PORT PHOENIX, PX -- The Hightonian men's national team fell 3-0 to Prydania in a Kravinjaklassiker that fans will surely want to forget. The match saw a debut at fullback for dual-national Julien Santana, who has been tipped to possibly play for the country of his birth, Cojedes. With the exception of Santana, Wehr played a mostly first eleven. Alexís started on the wing, with Vard up top. The debutant Santana had a promising start, hitting the crossbar from long range, but despite a good first 20 minutes, the Hightonian momentum came to a screeching halt when Prydania broke through with a header in the 21st minute. The Blue Cocos were uninspiring for the rest of the first half. A winding Alexís run not long before the half may have been impressive, but he was forced into the corner and a long-range first time hit from Franz Müller struggled to hit the target.

Prydania dominated the second half. The hosts could barely even see any of the ball. Santana was substituted in the 49th minute, and replaced by another debutant, Bernard Halter. Arne Havenstein was introduced for his 10th cap in the 69th minute. Prydania doubled the lead after a sloppy giveaway by Elsner. Three minutes later, the lead became three as the game entered the final 7 minutes. Arthur Thiel on a penalty with five minutes remaining. Alexís handed the ball for Thiel to take the penalty, a shot at consolation. The 22-year-old's shot was saved, being parried wide by the keeper. The game ended 3-0. Overall, an uninspiring performance from a Hightonian team which has greatly declined since the 2017 World Cup triumph.

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On verge of the sack, Wehr announces 26 man squad for games in Kalety and Trier

This is Rydz's first call-up

Vincent Küpfer -- 6th of October, 2019

HIGHTON CITY, NH -- Eric Wehr has announced the Hightonian roster ahead of a pair of international friendlies against Syrixia and Essalanea. The matches, which will be played in Kalety and Trier, will be an attempt to bounce back after a humiliating 3-0 defeat at the hands of Prydania. After a quarterfinal shootout exit at the hands of Andrenne in the World Cup, many believed Wehr would step down as head coach, but he has opted to stay on. Highton have failed to win in three matches; not since the 2-0 win over Essalanea in the World Cup group stage have the Blue Cocos won a watch outright. There are little surprises in the 26-man roster, perhaps with the exception of the absence of Julien Santana who is still deciding whether to represent Highton or his native Cojedes. Mario Rydz, Timothee Barnett, Stefan Berhalter, and Matija Paunović have all received their first ever national team callups; Lorenz Lobsenz was called up for the Prydania match but did not play. Arne Havenstein will not take part in this set of matches, as he has opted to join up with the Highton U-23s in preparation for Odinspyl Qualifying. It is likely that Havenstein will be absent from the senior squad for the next few months due to the upcoming Odinspyls in which he is expected to represent Highton should they qualify.

#NamePositionPlace of BirthAgeClub
1John CheckerGKJefferson, Pobfénix37Capital FC
2Francis JúniorRBVictoria, Reyterra25Trier FC
3Jordaan BrownLBHighton City, North Highton26Highton City FC
4Mario Küpfer (VC)CBEssen, Aleman28Trier FC
5Thomas MännCBTrier, Aleman24Trier FC
6Franz MüllerCMDuisburg, Aleman21Highton City FC
7Iago CornesLWEle, North Highton31Haslantestone (ULS)
8Fernando RossiCMSoanborg, Talanskland31Capital FC
9Joseph VardSTWestfälisches, Aleman28Rotslo (ULS)
10Alexís (C)RWEssen, Aleman32Highton City FC
11Jonas LettmanSTTrier, Aleman21Trier FC
12Alex WeisskopfRWMinheim, Aleman18Highton City FC
13Arthur ThielLWBad Bertrich, Aleman22Capital FC
14Samy ChaseCMNorrkøping, Gotmark24Aleman FC
15Emil GaletaCBGlöckenkirchen, Aleman18Glöckenkirchen Union
16Thomas ElsnerCBKalety, Syrixia23Midland FT (PRY)
17Karl WenzelCMTrier, Aleman22Capital FC
18Anthony HeathGKHighton City, North Highton30Trier FC
19Helmut VogtGKHighton City, North Highton31Highton City FC
20Bernard HalterRBRixion City, Hightonia23Capital FC
21Lorenz LobsenzLBIzhevsk, Pobfénix26Aleman FC
22Marko MertzCBAachen, Aleman24Trier FC
23Mario RydzLWLincoln Park, Aleman21Neu Club Trier
24Timothee BarnettCMLincoln Park, Aleman26Lincoln Park Town
25Stefan BerhalterCMVictoria, Reyterra26Victoria United
26Matija PaunovićSTIzhevsk, Pobfénix22Neu Club Trier
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New Surprising Call Ups
There has been a pattern over the last couple of decades, a pattern where players not from the main island of Ulstome had turned down call ups to play for their national team. It was a pattern we were all accustomed to with most of those called up from such areas often turning it down for whatever reason they each chose to site. The lackluster performance of the Ulstome national team to progress far in international tournaments, often qualifying but lacking consistent performances in group stages, hadn't given much intensive to attract those players to accept their call ups. But is the pattern now coming to an end?

In a surprising series of events to both fans and most likely the team itself, several players each who had excellent performances in their domestic teams had all accepted their call ups after turning down them previously for the Goyanes World Cup. This unexpected change has left many fans full of excitement as these new players replace their Goyanes World Cup teammates on the expected starting 11's. The biggest names of the call ups, which we are eager to see in action playing for their nation, are the Defender Grich, the Midfielder Homfra and forward Monlerin from Rotslo FC replacing O'Irin, Varson and Iskan on the starting 11. The Goal Keeper Etron from Sist Krincaster replacing Stegg in goal and the forward Frederickson from Sost Krincaster replacing Porterson.

These new call ups are expected to be a much better team than the one that was presented at the Goyanes World Cup. Vaas who had played an important role in the offences of the Ulstome team in its matches and had clearly shown himself to be a more than capable captain is expected to remain as captain although many would say his position which many viewed as the best player of the team will be changed as the new call ups fit themselves into their new roles. The two new forwards of the team, Frederickson and Monlerin held the positions as the top two goalscorers of Ulstome's Seapion Ligithe and are expected to greatly improve the teams offensive capabilities with the support of players such as Vaas and the rest of the midfield. Both have a long history together with Vaas as they played together as part of the Rotslo under 16's and under 21's before going to different teams. Will they be able to play together like they did then? We will have to see.

The change in the midfield with the replacement of Varson with Homfra will undeniable strengthen the midfield with Homfra not only being widely considered a better player than Varson but also his experience as a midfielder from Rotslo. As uncommon as it is to have a team with most of its players from the same domestic club then this Ulstome team is very unusual, the four starting eleven midfielders are all from Rotslo and the team uses the same formation, the midfield has already been nicknamed "the four Lancers" after Rotslo's nickname of "Lancers" originating from its highly effective cavalry of the medieval era. The already exceptional teamwork by the midfielders in their home team is much to the hopes of the fans going to be a crucial advantage that translates into their national performance and overcomes and difficulties which were encountered in previous games.

The area that is the concern however is the defence, although Iskan has been switched with Grich many still question how much of a change this will make to the teams defensive performance. Although many agree Grich would be a better choice than Iskan based on their performance last season, many are unsure how much of an improvement will be made.

Lastly the Keeper, Etron is a well regarded keeper and was decided as the best keeper last season of the Seapion Ligithe. He will need to work closely with the defence and learn from Stegg's mistakes in the Goyanes World Cup if he does not want to repeat them and instead have a successful time as the teams new keeper.
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HightonSport World Power Rankings

Sasalak is guiding Syrixia up the rankings
Vincent Küpfer -- 7th of September, 2019

The world champions have look unstoppable this year and are easily the number one team in the world at the moment. Admusson is the favorite to win World Player of the Year.

Syrixia were dumped out by Andrenne in the semifinals of the World Cup, but in recent months the team was established itself as an emerging power. The Phönixklassiker on Tuesday will be a big indicator of whether Syrixia can compete at the top of the rankings.

With all of Ulstome's star players now availible for selection for the national team, the future is very, very bright. They have the chance to show what they can do in friendlies against Ponterre and Oclusia this week.

After narrowly losing the final against Goyanes, Andrenne are still a force and are hoping to return to their heights of the 80's.

Despite an early exit from the World Cup, Prydania are far from a bad team. A statement 3-0 win against Highton set the tone for a bright future.

Naizerre had an early exit from the World Cup, losing a thriller quarterfinal to Syrixia, but remain a strong team.

Highton is a team in crisis at the moment; there is a large gap between the top older players and the younger generation. Head coach Eric Wehr could be fired if the matches against Syrixia and Essalanea don't go well.


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by Xiao "Wei" Yin

"Bring on the silver scrapes! Nine Heaven has done it! Nine Heavens HAS ACTUALLY DONE IT! They've CRUSHED NubuTama Anarchy in game #4, and they're going to even out the series to bring it to a climatic GAME, NUMBER, 5!" exclaims Araki "Hunter" Lee.

Champions of the Rift as a sport has come a long way. From it's humble beginnings of being hosted at the Blue Ocean Hotel & Resort, to hosting its championship game at the Nuia International Esports Arena, Champions of the Rift, has grown both in prominence, and as a game.

Which makes Nine Heaven's win in the Regional Qualifier, all the more amazing.

A few years ago, the Nuian Champions of the Rift Tournament (NCR) tournament introduced a new way for teams to make it to the International Championship, the Regional Qualifer Tournament. The Regional Qualifier Tournament is a grueling, three-week affair that the 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th place teams compete in to earn that second seed spot to go to the ILC. Starting with the 5th place team going up against the 4th, the winner out of each best of five moves on up to face the 3rd, and then the 2nd.

Ever since it's start, there hasn't really been any sort of major upset, with the second place team having always taken the second seed spot for Internationals. Which makes this Season's Regional run all the more unprecedented.

No one could've ever pictured this outcome.

"Nine Heavens, through thick and thin! Through three weeks of adversity, trial, hard work and tears, they have done it! I say it again, Nine Heavens is going to the International Championship as your second seed NCR representative!"

Nine Heavens was supposed to have been finished. After their fifth season slump, everyone expected for Nine Heavens' dream of going to International to be over. They went from finishing first in Seasons 2, 3, and 4, to finishing second to last in Season 5. In that Season's promotional tournament, Nine Heavens narrowly managed to retain their spot in the NCR against Season 7's newcomers, Elite Gaming Esports, with two of the four games going past the thirty-minute mark.

So what changed? How did Nine Heavens go from being second to last in Season 5, to placing fifth in Season 6, to placing fifth again in Season 7, only to win it all and go to International's?

"I think, what the team really needed, was a clear, and decisive shotcaller," explains Game Analyst Himiko "Nora" Shumei in an interview with

"In Season 5, we see the departure of High, due to a exhaustion. And so, the logic here was that since High was now out of the picture, NoFear, who was kind of also helping High to make the calls, could easily pick up the reins," she continues.

"That clearly did not happen."

"NoFear, when High was around, was instrumental in this team's success," insists Game Analyst Mark "Zeek" Itsumo. "NoFear would feed High the information that High needed to call the play. With High gone, NoFear wasn't really in a position to fill High's shoes. He tried, we really do see him trying to do that in Seasons 5 and 6, but he just didn't cut it."

Nine Heavens needed High back. Nine Heavens needed their leader back.

"So what do you think about High coming back to the NCR?" questions Desk Analyst Alex "Aura" Murai.

"I think that Nine Heavens is getting desperate and that bringing High back might solve some of their problems but not all of them," answers Himiko "Nora" Shumei. "Nine Heavens has been floundering these past two Seasons. I'm not going to say anything beyond the fact that I wish only for the best for both Nine Heavens and High, going into Season 7."

"When I first heard that High was coming back, I was kind of worried," says Nora. "If you followed High's stream for those two years, you'll know that he wasn't really taking a break. He was busy fighting his own inner demons."

"Honestly, I wasn't really sure I was coming back until I got back up on that stage," comments Ethan "High" Hai in an interview with, "My family, although they're really supportive of me in my endeavors, really wanted me to go back to school to get my degree."

"I also kind of was worried about that kind of thing too, you know? Like, 'was I going to keep on playing video games my entire life?' or 'how long would I be able to keep this going?' or even 'should I go back to college and, you know, finish?"

"Even to this very moment, I don't know if I'm making the right decision," he says, "I don't know if this is truly the right decision in the long-run."

"But do you think," questions Interviewer Jason Metaru, "that you made the right decision for right now?"

"Yes," answers High, after a long pause, "I know that in my heart, coming back to the NCR, back to Nine Heavens, was the right decision for me."

Oh, it was the right decision alright. In Season 7, the NCR saw the revival of one of its most storied organizations.

"That's right! Ladies and gentlemen! Nine Heavens has CRUSHED NubuTama Anarchy in a best of FIVE series! And have punched their ticket to International's!" exclaims Araki "Hunter" Lee.

Although they got off to a rocky start, Nine Heavens would eventually prove their critics wrong, game-by-game, series-by-series.

"Do you think, we're seeing a Nine Heavens revival?" questions Alex "Aura" Murai.

"Not so much a revival, more so a comeuppance for all the teams here in the NCR," explains Ryan "PapaRoach" Ayato.

"To all the teams here, despite Nine Heavens' clear history of dominating the NCR, Nine Heavens these last two seasons has shown that legacy does not lend credence to truth. But like all rules, there are exceptions. This Season's performance by Nine Heavens is a clear, unmistakable, exception to that rule. And we all have High to thank for that."

"Teams that dismissed Nine Heavens out of circumstance quickly see their unpreparedness punished for by Nine Heavens' signature style of outplaying opponents in the macro-game, while soaking up all that these teams can throw at them."

And now, Nine Heavens has their eyes set on Internationals.

"So how do we feel about NCR's Nine Heavens going back to International's?" questions Desk Analyst Alvah "KingAlam" Shapiro.

"I think, that they'll make it out of Groups this year," jokes Desk Analyst Zephan "Zephyr" Stern

"I think... that Nine Heavens, right now? Have the potential to go all the way to the Finals," counters Tali "CuddleBunny" Landau.

"Now, why do you say that Bunny?" Zephyr questions further.

"Nine Heavens, despite their troubles these last two seasons, has looked extraordinarily strong in this year's NCR tournament. If they bring their aggressively-controlling play style to International's as they have in the past, in the current meta, this play style may be too much for the other teams," explains CuddleBunny. "If the NCR is anything to judge by, just because your team is extremely aggressive and can throw, with finesse if I might add, off-meta picks at Nine Heavens with confidence, doesn't mean you'll win. NubuTama Anarchy tried to do that and was met with utter and complete defeat at the hands of Nine Heavens."

Nine Heavens has been around since the start of the NCR back in 2010. Originally the U2 Esports Club, Nine Heavens was acquired by the company Intelligent Programming Inc. in 2012, and was renamed to Nine Heaven Gaming, or simply, Nine Heavens.

Throughout the organization's history, Nine Heavens has gone to Internationals thrice, finishing in first in Season 2, and Quarters in Seasons 3 and 4. This year, they're going to try and bring the trophy back.

"This year, we have almost no expectations," explains Ethan "High" Hai, "this year, I feel like as long as we do our best and play to our strengths, I think that's all that we can really do at International's."

"You don't think that due to Nine Heavens' prior performance at International's, that there wouldn't be a certain expectation for you guys to do well at the tournament?" counters Interviewer Jason Metaru.

"I think that yes, people will have expectations for us going back to International's," High begins, "but no, I think that people are just happy that Nine Heavens has shown a great amount of growth this season. So much growth, that we can go back to International's, even as the NCR's second seed."

"I think that we shouldn't really be judged by our past performance, because the game has changed since then. And even, Chronos retired and Indra is now just streaming. I've gotten the privilege of playing alongside SwiftFalcon and Mako. Like, my team has changed. But I think that if the people should judge anyone, it should be me."

"I might've grown as a player, and as a person, these past few years, but I'm still the same old High that everyone knows. So judge me, and I can promise you that I will live up to everyone's expectations now that I'm back."

"A bold choice of words," remarks Jason, "but I can tell you, that, after following your story from the beginning to now, it really is good to say that I, as part of the people, am glad that you're back on Nine Heavens, High."

Nine Heavens was drawn into a group with Retandha (Sandstorm) and Green Hills Dreams. Whereas Glory or Death (NCR's first seed) drew into a group with the Coconut Shrimp and Praetor. Both of the NCR's teams face a tough way to Quarters with Retandha only dropping two games, in their entire season, and Praetor coming off a 5-game winning streak to finish first in their local tournament.

Only time will tell if Nine Heavens can make it out of the group stage at International's this year. And in the end, only a single enemy nexus stands between Nine Heavens and their spot at the top of the world.
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Sainte-Hélène Local News Network

Local man wins cooking competition
Roméo Beauvau, a chef from Sainte-Hélène, has won a nationwide cooking competition in our nation's capital, Ouestal. In the competition, the five featured chefs were instructed to make a dish of escargot and whichever one tasted the best according to the three judges would win. Beauvau, who owns a restaurant in the Ville de Sainte-Hélène, entered the competition online and was randomly selected by the random number generator to participate. It was difficult for him to make the escargot, however, because he, like most people, finds it revolting and it is not on the menu of his restaurant that he works at. Remarkably, through following a Saintongean recipe he found online, he won the competition. Two of the three judges voted for him. After his victory, Beauvau remarked that he was pleased to have "reached the peak of this great sport."

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A New Team
With the recent call ups of many of Ulstome's best players who had previously not played for the team in competition such as the Goyanes World Cup many are interested in what this new team can do. A good performance in the Goyanes World Cup will have many feeling confident in knowing that those who remained on the teams lineup have great flexibility and capability, confidence further bolstered by the fact that with the new call ups the Ulstome team is ranked 3rd in the HightonSport World Power Rankings. A position they would be happy with but even more keen to improve.

The new call ups will have their chance to show the world what they can do as players on the Ulstome team as two friendly's are lined up for them to play. Their first game at home is against the Oclusia team. Followed by a friendly against Ponterre. It is expected that even though the Ulstome team will have difficulties as they adjust from club to national football that the Ulstome team will perform well against Oclusia in their first friendly where they test how their new players mix with the rest of the team. The teams performance and experience from this first friendly will likely translate to whether the team will perform well against Ponterre or if the Ponterre team will dominate the game.

The Ulstome team has been fiercely practising its teamwork and coordination as it works to fit in its new players as soon as it can ahead of the teams first friendly. As Ulstome coach Lance Isone said to UNN sport "I want to focus on the basics for now, getting the players to coordinate and work together on the basics of the game. From there I can take them any direction and they will perform excellently. For you don't need fancy plays and strategies to win, you can't win like that if your players can't work together and they can't excel at the basics. I will train my team to excel and then they will win, I would be able to leave the stadium and I would still have full confidence they could win any match against any opponent. But a team must master the basics first to go anywhere."



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Rydz scored in his first Highton match
Vincent Küpfer -- 12th of October, 2019

KALETY -- The Blue Cocos played the Syrixian Lions to a 1-1 draw earlier today, keeping Highton winless since the 2-0 group stage win over Essalanea. Since defeating the Horde in the World Cup thanks to second-half goals from Alexís and Galeta, Highton have tied 3-3 with Ascalon (winning on penalties), tied 1-1 with Andrenne (losing on penalties), and lost 3-0 to Prydania. Mario Rydz, who scored the only goal in this week's Trier derby, made his debut. The 21-year-old is one of the most exciting young Hightonian talents; the winger is seen as a long term replacement for Alexís, with Arthur Thiel and Alex Weisskopf not quite living up to expectations. There were a few other debutants; Lorenz Lobsenz was given his first chance at left-back, while Timothee Barnett, Stefan Berhalter, and Matija Paunović all made substitute appearance. The breakthrough in the match came in the 18th minute- the Lions took the lead through sensational captain Sasalak, with a right-footed shot tucked under John Checker. The match remained 1-0 until the 73rd minute; Alexís launched a free-kick from a wide position to the far side of the area, where Berhalter headed the ball to the edge of the area. Barnett took a pop but the weak shot was not strong enough the reach the net. Rydz stuck out his leg, prodding the ball past the Syrixian keeper and into the net. Timothee Barnett had a chance to win it at the end, but the shot flew over the bar. Going into the home game against Essalanea on Tuesday, one thing is for certain: Wehr's job is on the line.
First Game First Win
The first friendly of the new Ulstome team was against the team from Oclusia. This game would be the debut of several new players for the Ulstome national team such as their two new strikers Frederickson and Monlerin. The match began with the Ulstome team playing quite cautiously as the kick off began, passing the ball between the midfield and defence as if warming up in a training session. The Ulstome team kept the possession earlier on in the first half before sending the ball dominantly down the Ulstome left wing where Opsal would cross the ball into the box in an attempt to get a Ulstome head on the ball, however this proved to come to no result as the cross would be intercepted or go over the goal post and out for a goal kick. The first half continued with the ball going across the pitch with both teams attempting several times for goal. However the first half ended 0-0. The second half was much more in Ulstome's favour. In the 67th minute Frederickson scored the first goal of the game and their first goal for their time as part of Ulstome. The goal came from a through-ball by Opsal which put Frederickson in a 1 vs 1 with the Oclusia keeper. A second goal followed only a few minutes later when an Ulstome corner lead to a header by Frederickson which resulted in their second goal of the game. The game continued until the final whistle blew. Ulstome 2 - 0 Oclusia.


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Eric Wehr has been sacked.
Vincent Küpfer -- 16th of October, 2019

TRIER, AL -- The Highton men's national team was stunned by Essalanea in a Tuesday night friendly, suffering a 2-0 defeat in what was one of the worst displays by the Blue Cocos in a long time. Arguably uglier than the 4-1 loss to Iraelia that kept Highton out of the knockout rounds of the 2015 CEFA World Cup, the Hightonians lacked ideas and dedication. It's the first time that Highton has lost to Essalanea in history.

It was a nightmare performance where Cocos manager Eric Wehr inexplicably took Alexís off after just an hour, hitting a new low with just two shots on goal, being outplayed by a team that simply deserved the win. The result would see him fired, as the Blue Cocos' Fluttr announced late that night.

Karl Rugen opened the scoring in the 61st minute, converting off of a deflected clearance. The lead was doubled by Hunneric Kimbri in the 91st minute.

It is very clear that the Hightonian men's national team is in crisis. And if something isn't done past, the team will continue to fall.
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Ulstome Draws against Ponterre
With the success of the Ulstome team in their 2-0 win over Oclusia the new team last week the team travelled overseas to Stade de Sainte-Hélène for the teams second friendly against Ponterre.

The game began poorly for the Ulstome team when at 13 minutes Éloi Rémy scored the first goal of the match after seizing an opportunity to get through the space between the Ulstome defenders to put the ball in the bottom left corner, putting Ponterre firmly on the offence throughout the rest of the first half. Throughout the first half both teams had numerous attempts on goal but it was clear to anyone that the first half was controlled by the Ponterre team.

The second half was much different to the first half. Half time had given the Ulstome team a break from the Ponterre dominance of the match. Throughout the second half neither team was able to control the game. The Ulstome team was determined not to lose and the Ponterre team wanted to expand their lead. A Ponterre corner in the 64 minutes that came close to goal but was deflected off the crossbar lad to a quick Ulstome counter attack. 5 Ulstome shirts got to the Ponterre box before the rest of the team could get back which resulted in a Frederickson goal. The momentum was not lost on the Ulstome team and in the 69 minutes a cross found its way to the head of Frederickson which resulted in Ulstome's second goal of the game putting them in the lead. The last goal of the game came in the 83 minute when Éloi Rémy scored the last goal of the match bringing the final score to 2 - 2.

The final score at full time was Ulstome 2 - Ponterre 2
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HIGHTON CITY, NH — The Hightonian Board for Sport has voted to not recognize “E-Sports” as a legitimate sport, by a vote of 0-12. The Board opted to vote on the subject due to the rising popularity of electronic gaming competitions abroad, however when push came to shove they determined that it should not be considered a sport and thus would not have a representative on the Board. The Board, which helps organize major sporting events in Highton, also acts as the governing body for Hightonian athletics, swimming, and other sporting events.

“The Board has voted to uphold our current definition of sport,” said Henrej Þorsson, the President of the Board. “We maintain that to be recognized, a sport must involve ‘physical exertion and skill’ and we believe ‘e-sports’ does not meet that definition”.

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Shots had been fired in the Oclusi Belt. Two teams that had been reliant on their offense were going head-to-head. The Oclusi Belt (54-6) bested Tri City (53-10) by a score of 24-21. Both teams allowed major runs that gave way for short touchdown passes from both quarterbacks. However, what set the Oclusi Belt aside was the 61-yard Punt Recovery and touchdown on the play that put the Oclusi Belt up 21-3. However, TCU would not give up and put up fourteen points to tie it before the Oclusi Belt kicked a final field goal to end the game with a 24-21 win.


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Interim coach David Henrichs led the Cocos to a 5-1 win in Essalanea
Vincent Küpfer -- 18th of November, 2019

NEUANFANG -- Under interim boss Dave Henrichs, the Highton national team won 5-1 against the team which had defeated them 2-0 at home a month prior. Despite Alexís’ absence, the makeshift group were good enough to skate past a team that they should easily be defeating regardless. A combined score of 9-0 over two games in World Cup Qualifying last year was followed up by a 2-0 win in the Group Stage. Highton’s win over Essalanea this Sunday was the first Blue Cocos win since the World Cup Group Stage win over Essalanea. The encounter was the fifth time that Highton and Essalanea have met in the last two years.

Mario Rydz’s first half brace set the tone for the Blue Cocos. A two-nil halftime lead soon became 2-1 as the Horde pulled one back in the 47th minute, but a pair of goals from Matija Paunović made the score 4-1. In stoppage time, Stefan Berhalter added a fifth.

The team is definitely not out of crisis mode, however. Essalanea is a team that should easily be beaten, the fact that a win over them is considered “vengeance” is very concerning. There will be no more Highton international fixtures until the January Camp in Iraelia.


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Alexís won his sixth Goldener Ball
Vincent Küpfer -- 8th of December, 2019

PEUPORTÎLE -- CEFA announced today that Alexís, the Hightonian winger widely considered the greatest footballer of all time, had won the prestigious Goldener Ball award. The Highton City FC and Blau Kokos captain saw off competition from Jorgen Admusson and Sasalak to convincingly win the award for a record sixth time. Alexís received 62% of the vote, while Admusson received 31% and Sasalak received 8%.

This caps off a year in which Alexís won the HFA Premier League (HPL) title with City, during which he won the golden boot, as well as winning the Golden Ball at the 2019 CEFA World Cup (from which Highton were eliminated in the quarters).


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Meadows Ridge Charter College Becomes First JC to Reach Oclusi College Playoffs

(Yermolayevich Family Field - Kislozniki, Oclusia) - The Kislozniki University Rampage and the Vikings of Meadow Ridge Charter College took on each other in a final game leading up to the playoffs. Coming into the ballgame, the Kislozniki University had a 5-5 record, and the Meadow Ridge Charter had a record of 5-4. Kislozniki University just needed to win this ballgame, and they would clinch the 12 seed of the College Football Playoffs, and they would do so for thirty consecutive years. Meadow Ridge Charter College, which is a school in Astratov that teaches kids from 12th Grade to College Senior, hoped to become the first Junior College team in the history of Oclusi College Football to reach the playoffs. Coming up from Division V, this team worked for twenty years to be in this spot.

With the first kickoff, the Rampage had the ball and the returner, Hurley, brought the ball for a five-yard return. However, a fumble on the first play from Fullback Damon gave the Meadow Ridge Charter College the ball on the 35. On the first play for the Meadow Ridge Charter College, RB Fillmore had a 10-yard gain, and then, they kept moving the ball. Then, on the five-yard line, Quarterback, Uli Weber passed the ball to Tight End Andrew Hooker, who scored the five-yard touchdown. The extra point was also scored from Kicker, Darryl Kelly.

The Kislozniki University Rampage did their best to recovery as they pushed the ball from the 10-yard-line to the 32. However, Fanning and his offense couldn’t get the ball moving, so they had to settle for the 40-yard field goal from Ken Evans. A three-and-out followed for the Meadow Ridge Charter College. Fanning and his offense for the Kislozniki University kept pushing. And with, 2 minutes left, Fanning went for the snap and was looking for the Wide Receiver, but it was picked off by Defensive Back, Edle Stacy. And the half ended with Meadow Ridge Charter College up 7-3.

The start of the second half started with a 34-yard return from Lawrence. Then, another big gain from Meadow Ridge Charter College brought them within the 32. Then, another pass to Lawrence led for a big gain and brought them to the 22. Then from the 12, Knox Fillmore ran the ball for the touchdown and Meadow Ridge Charter College was brought up 14-3. Fanning and his offense couldn’t get the ball going after a 3-and-out. Big gains from Fillmore and the Meadow Ridge Charter College brought them closer and closer to their dream. However, the pass was picked off at the 20. A big gain from Fanning to Moore brought Kislozniki University fans more hope that their boys could pull it out. They pushed to the 18-yard line. Then to the 11. Then, at the 2-yard line, the pass from Fanning was intercepted and brought for a touchback.

Kislozniki University was devastated and Meadow Ridge Charter College got the ball back. And on the first play from the 22-yard line, Weber ran the ball to Fillmore who passed all of the defenders and broke tackles left and right. And he scored the 78-yard touchdown. And the game ended after the extra point. Meadow Ridge Charter College becomes the 12 seed and snaps the twenty-nine-year playoff streak that belonged to Kislozniki.

Weber rushed for 163 yards and rushed for another 57. In total, he gained 220 yards in this game alone. He had six first downs, no sacks, had 2 turnovers, and only had the ball for 27 minutes and 21 seconds. Fanning rushed for 43 yards and passed for 129, and gained 172 yards in all. He had 8 first downs, no sacks, 2 turnovers, and had the ball for 31 minutes and 19 seconds.

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Field of Dreams Set; College Football Playoffs Set to Start

Pictured - #1 Oclusi Belt University Lines up in Week 16 again Unranked Meridian in their 74-10 win.

(Oclusia) - The table for the Oclusi College Football playoffs is set and stone with the number 1 through number 12 teams. Several teams have emerged as upsets throughout the whole season from Week 1 through Week 16, but the final seedings landed Oclusi Belt University as number one (#1) and Meadows Ridge Charter College shocking the state of Oclusia by taking the 12 seed from the powerful Kislozniki University in a landslide 21-3 victory.

The matchups for the first day of 28 / 12 / 2019 go as followed:

  • #8 Vlad vs #9 Nevirmansk Orthodox

  • #5 Astratov vs #12 Meadow Ridge Charter

  • #7 Achiboksarsk vs #10 Tri City

  • #6 Minsk vs #11 Klikovo

The final rankings go as followed...

#1 Oclusi Belt
#2 Abasta
#3 Minsk Innovative University (MIU)
#4 Astratov State
#5 Astratov
#6 Minsk
#7 Achiboksarsk
#8 Vlad
#9 Nevirmansk Orthodox
#10 Tri City
#11 Klikovo
#12 Meadow Ridge

On the 1st of January, the #1 Oclusi Belt will take the winner of the Vlad-Nevirmansk Orthodox game, #4 Astratov State will take the finner of the AUS-MRC Game, #2 Abasta will take winner of the AU-TCU Game, and #3 Minsk Innovative University will take the winner of the MU-KU game.


SPORTSNET- Nyhett State and Hysende Tech advance from semifinals to Apple Bowl, set for January 18
NEWSDESK -- January 11, 2020

Nyhett State quarterback #16 Johann Hofstad passes a ball under pressure in the semifinal game Saturday.

GOJANNESSTAD, NYHETT- The semifinal round of the College Football Playoff came to a close on Saturday, with #1 Nyhett State handing #4 Sørnen College a 28-3 loss to end their season, and #3 Hysende Tech taking out #2 Imperial out after a close game that ended 34-28 in overtime. Nyhett State and Hysende Tech will head to the Apple Bowl in Laggen next week for the 99th iteration of the game. Sørnen and Imperial will duke it out for 3rd place overseas, at the Exposition Bowl at Kokospark in Highton City on January 25th to close out the season.

Nyhett State's sophomore quarterback Johann Hofstad has proven to be a true gem for the Vikings and Coach Don Hallermann. He threw for two touchdowns and 153 meters, tight end Markus Valsson connected both touchdowns, and running backs Kilrod Meyer and Rand Berg ran in the other two touchdown. The only score from Sørnen came from a long 53-meter field goal kick after their drive resulted in no touchdown. Sørnen fans went home angry and confused as to how their team, which performed so well this season, fell so hard.

Hysende Tech had a much harder fight. Both their QB and Imperial's threw in all four touchdowns, and the last score of the game came in overtime at the hands of running back Hans Rødfjerg, who ran 26 yards for the successful touchdown to end the overtime after an unsuccessful drive from Imperial, sending them home for the rest of the season.

Nyhett State and Hysende Tech last met last year in a cross-conference game in November, which was recorded as the longest game in Goyanean college football history, the final score being 64-62 after a whopping 7 overtimes of play. It seems the two were destined to meet again, but this time the stakes are much higher. The Apple Bowl. The National Championship. This is the most important game of the year, and both teams are at their peak.

The winner of the Apple Bowl will go on to play a special international expo game in February against the Oclusian league's champion. More details are yet to come.
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Rydz scored another goal for Highton
Vincent Küpfer -- 15th of January, 2020

ASHKELLA -- The Blue Cocos won their second straight match of their 2020 tour of Iteria, defeated Iraelia 3-1 in a closely contested match at VinGenti Stadium. This watch was part of Highton’s 3 week tour of Iteria during the January Camp. The majority of the camp has been held in Iraelia, as was both this match and the previous one (a 3-0 win over Hessunland). While it was not a full strength Iraelian team, the Hightonians dominated nonetheless. Arne Havenstein opened the scoring early with a tap-in from a yard out. Mario Rydz doubled the lead with a low driven shot from the edge of the box. Iraelia got a goal back in the 84th before Matija Paunović rounded out the scoring in stoppage time.

Highton will travel to Kuhenai in Skanda for the final match of the tour, on Saturday.

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#1 Oclusi Belt and #3 MIU Combine for 113 Points, Advance to National Championship

(Oclusia) - E.J. Kreutzmann and Ashkov Decker scored point after point last Sunday to route their opponents and send their teams to the Oclusia College Football National Championship. EJ Kreutzmann was able to rack up nine touchdowns and Decker was able to rack up seven of them to send his team to the finals. MIU and Oclusi Belt University are the #1 and #3 teams in the nation and are now in the Top 4 in the whole world. The National Championship is set for Friday, 31/1/2020.

#1 Oclusi Belt University

The Oclusi Belt went an unprecedented 14-0-0 in the regular season becoming the first team in Oclusi College Football to go undefeated. The Oclusi Belt was also able to outscore their opponents with a combined score of 1,005-98. This means that they averaged for around 71 points a game in the regular season as well as their biggest win coming in Week 1 against #2 Abasta 85-0. Decker has passed for over 4,000 yards and is second in the nation in that category. In the postseason, they were able to breeze past #8 Minsk and #4 Astratov State by a combined score of 85-49.

#3 Meridian Innovative University

MIU went 11-3-0 in the regular season allowing them to become the third seed. They outscored their opponents by a combined score of 750-298 meaning that they averaged around 53 points a game and let up around 21 points a game. Their biggest win was in Week 6 when they bested Army 60-3. E.J. Kreutzmann passed for over 5,000 yards becoming the first Quarterback in Oclusi College Football history to do so. In the playoffs, MIU was able to breeze past the powerful #11 Klikovo University (9-3-2) 34-7 and #10 Tri-City (9-2-3) 59-16. MIU outscored playoff opponents 93-23


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HIGHTON CITY, NH — The Hightonian FA today dealt with the matter of the integration of North Vaasan teams into the Hightonian pyramid. The North Vaasa Premier League, which has 7 teams, will dissolve at the end of the season with all of its teams shifting into Highton. Vaasan PS, which currently plays in Highton's second division, last week announced that they are relocating to play at Kzüna Stade in North Vaasa's capital, and subsequently, the HFA has decided to automatically promote VPS to the first division. The HPL will have 20 teams next season; along with VPS, the champion of the final North Vaasa Premier League will play in the HFA. The current league leaders Energie Vaasanport seem the favorites to win this spot, however, Montagne Panarix is in with a shout. The remaining NVPL teams will be placed into the second tier.

NVPL Standings
1Energie Vaasanport
2Montagne Panarix
3PS West Kzüna
41991 Dini FC
5Norsos FC
6FC Terrerix
7Club Internacional Kzüna
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The youngster has been billed as a future star for Syrixia.

Vincent Küpfer -- 17th of May, 2020

HIGHTON CITY, NH -- The 17-year-old Syrixian winger Sunil Pynadath arrived today at Highton City FC's training facility on the outskirts of the Hightonian capital. There were several teams in the race to sign the youngster, including newly-crowned HPL champions Phoenix Coast, and Trier FC, but City were able to convince Pynadath to join their famed academy. The Highton City Academy has produced such global talents as Alexís, Jordaan Brown, and Franz Müller and the Syrixian is hoping to become the next in line. The Pataliputra-born left-winger will be hoping to learn from the very best, Alexís. Pynadath's playstyle could best be described as a diminutive winger, whose play style is very similar to the 6-time Goldener Ball winner.

Pynadath has 8 U-23 caps for Syrixia and it is expected that he will be on Syrixia's team for the Odinspyl football tournament later this year. In related Syrixian football news, speculation remains rife on which three overage players will be selected to represent the Empire this summer amongst the U-23 squad. Highton is expected to select Alexís, Fernando Rossi, and Mario Küpfer as its three overage players.

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Welcome to Highton City, Sunil Pynadath!!!

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Today in sailing history, Monti Monterra achieving a achieved top speed of 65.52 Knots breaking his previous record and the national record of 62.1 knots.

In preparation for the National Sailing Association's regatta that is just two weeks away, Monti managed to ride the wind bringing his vessel the bullet 2.0 to a speed many in the community thought was unachievable.

He still has yet to beat the record for The nautical mile but he told us earlier today that with some tweaking he thinks he can beat do it. It is going to be an exciting year in the world of sailing. Being selected to compete in Odinspil, the upcoming regatta, and his planned attempts to beat the Day's run record. This young man is only 20 and is already on his way to being a sailing legend.

Surfer, Fin Monterra (Monti's older brothef) was severely injured yesterday In a hit and run, our sources say that Fin will be able to recover in time for next years surfing championships, but he will not be able to compete this season.
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Sports as the new pathway to international relations?
Decades of isolation has gotten Poafmeria out of sync with the world, not knowing what happened outside the nation. In fact, many people in Poafmeria don't even know an outside world exists, simply because of a lack of knowledge of what is outside.
In recent years, the government has made an attempt for Poafmers to begin interacting with people in the outside world, but things have fallen flat after the initial excitement. Until they realise that they can use sports as a pathway to international diplomacy.
For the first time, Poafmeria has admitted that it attempted to bid for the recent Odinspyl, but its bid did not make the shortlist, possibly due to the organising committee unfamiliar with the nation in general. However, the All-Poafmeria Sports Committee (APSC) is determined for the country to send a team for the July Odinspyl, aiming to stamp a mark in the world by showing how Poafmeria plays various sports.
Let us talk about sports in Poafmeria. Sports plays a big part of the people's lives, with football, basketball, rugby, tennis, and track & field being the major sports in the nation. There are, of course, some sports that are played by niche communities, while other sports manifest in ways different from that in the outside world. To allow the assimilation of Poafmerian sporting communities into the international world, the various authorities have taken measures, such as a standardisation of rules, calendar, among other things.
The most prominent change came from the Poafmerian Football Association (PFFA), who has announced that the inaugural season of the nationwide league would be delayed to start in late July/early August to fit the football calendar of the CEFA. Previously, football leagues were state-based with the various state champions coming together to meet in a one-off competition. Now, the conversion of the league to a nationwide league allows for teams of similar calibre to play against each other, and have an equal opportunity to represent the nation in the competitions organised by the CEFA. The format of the competition would be confirmed at a later date, as there are lots of adminstrative issues to settle. For instance, there are some clubs in were penciled to start in the lower tiers who are withdrawing and merging, while other clubs are forming up. There is also the issue of the non-professional clubs, who wants to have a chance to play within the league system. With over 60 professional teams across Poafmeria, many Poafmers are excited to see a national league form and begin. For the past few months, only some clubs have came together to play placement matches which decide which tier they begin in, as well as possibly decide who would be Poafmersia's representatives in the 2020-2021 edition of the CEFA Champions League
Then there is basketball. There isn't a league per se in basketball currently, although there is the annual National Basketball Championships organised by the Basketball Association of Poafmeria (BAPF). Now, with more teams coming out, the BAPF has confirmed that they would be following the steps of the PFFA to create a national league, known as the National Basketball League (NBL). Unlike football, the NBL runs in a conference system without promotion and relegation. The BAPF has confirmed to have 20 teams for the first season, split into Northern and Southern Conference. The Poafmerian Rugby League (PRL) is also beginning its first competition in September, in a format similar to the NBL, but with the conferences split as the Western Conference and Eastern Conference instead.
Moving on to the individual sports, Poafmeria has a strong tennis community. This is to the extent that the Poafmeria Tennis Federation (PTF) has a 6-competition clay court season and another 8-competition hard court season, with over 70 participants in total. The PTF has submitted a name list of 12 players to the APSC for the Odinspyl, and is also looking for this opportunity to allow foreign participants to join its competitions for the upcoming 2020-21 season.

With regards to the Odinspyl, the APSC is keeping mum on the number of participants it is sending, but it says it would raise a petition with the organisers for "restricting access to certain sports". They have called the decision to do so a "lack of transparency" on the organiser's part, stopping nations that are trying to make a foray into these sports.
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A normal person
2nd Chola Premier League

As the Odinspyl is closing in, the 2nd Chola Premier League(CPL) starts. CPL is a domestic cricket league. The teams:-
1. Cgexxae Super Kings
2. Zrzvae Cholas
3. Royal Challengers Vaxgaawre
4. Rafastgax Royals
5. King XI Qrxfav
6. Jorhat Capitals
7. Swasata Night Riders
8. Sunrisers Gtderavad

3.6.2020 - CSK vs ZC
5.6.2020 - RCV vs RR
7.6.2020 - KIXQ vs JC
9.6.2020 - SNR vs SG
11.6.2020 - Match 1 winner vs Match 2 winner
13.6.2020 - Match 3 winner vs Match 4 winner
17.6.2020 - Semi-final 1 winner vs Semi-final 2 winner



Some sports continue in spite of war

Nuova Antofagosta, Predice- Colorino Vitelli F.C and Nuova Antofagosta Aquile F.C faced off in the municpal stadium today, in spite of the war. The result was a 2-1 victory for the Eagles.
Sports life has been radically changed since March, with many sports activities banned, but with a few noticable exceptions, among them: football.

With many limitations to normal life, why was football exempted from the ban?

There are several potential reasons, but as the so called "second state religion" of Predice, it could have been seen as too much to ban football. Many have also attributed it to the upcoming Odinspyl, with hopes high for the Predicean football team.

Football also affected by war.

Football has also been affected by the war, as games are played without audiences, and under armed guard by the Predicean Army. Several players who were part of the Army Reserve have also been called up, and one of them has tragically died.

What other sports have been exempted from the ban?

Equestrian and water sports have been exempted from the ban as well, with some other sports to be allowed in the coming weeks: basketball, rugby, handball, and track and field. Audience restrictions are to be relaxed as well, as of next week, sports events are allowed to take place before a crowd of 2,000 people.
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Not a Malorian vassal

Vincent Küpfer -- 1st of June, 2020

HIGHTON CITY -- 8 teams will face off this week for Highton's oldest running football competition. Phoenix Coast Warriors and Aachen SV qualified as HPL and HFB Cup champions respectively, while the other 6 teams all qualified as winners of their state/regional championships. Only three teams return from last year's competition: Victoria United, Highton City FC, and Vaasa PS. While last year's tournament featured three teams from outside the top tier, this year will feature none as newly promoted VPS and Fortuna Natbrücke qualify. VPS qualified for their first-ever Cup last season, and this year qualifies for the second time. In their opener, they will face a Highton City FC team hungry for revenge after a famous upset in the 2019 semifinal. One team has qualified for its first-ever Prince's Cup; Fortuna Natbrücke, who qualified as runners-up in the Pobfénix State Cup.

HFB-PokalAachen SVHighton City FC3:1Kokospark
Alemaner-PokalAleman FCTrier FC1:0AMW-Stadion
NH CupHighton City FCNorth Highton FC6:0Odspyliastadion
Pobfénix CupPhoenix Coast WarriorsFortuna Natbrücke4:1Stade Alexandria
Copa ReyterraVictoria UnitedVictoria Wölfe2:2pHightonEnergie Arena
Rixionland & Vaasa CupVaasa PSSpVgg Höxter-Süd5:4aetRixion Bowl
Talansk CupAS NolaRocket Maia2:1Calabria Stadium
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Not a Malorian vassal


HIGHTON CITY, NH — Highton Blau Kokos manager Pia Lowenstam has announced the 18-player roster for the 2020 Odinspyl women's football tournament. Despite being a young squad, Hightonians are optimistic that the team can compete for a medal. The youngest player on the squad is Constanze Cerci, who makes the cut despite only having made one senior appearance for the national team. This tournament could be her breakout after an excellent HWPL season. Justine Leupolz is another talented young player who at 22 will be competing for the starting spot at center forward. All around, the Blau Kokos will as always field a very strong team and will look to play their high pressing style in Pataliputra as they aim for the gold medal.

#NamePos.AgeCity of BirthClub
1Scarlé AlpinGK29Rixion City, RXRixion Rouges
2Natalie DallmanRB21Victoria, RTPobfénix Sirens FC
3Esté BlauLB22Alexandria, AXHighton City FC
4Magdalena FaehlmannCB19Trier, ALTrier Majestic
5Mya ZupíaCM31Nola, TKTrier Majestic
6Simone RëveCM27Highton City, NHHighton City FC
7Constanze CerciLW17Düren, ALPobfénix Sirens FC
8Emmeline LiebermanCAM24Dransfeld, ALAtletica Lighton
9Ele RaderST33Dinslaken, ALHighton City FC
10Adeline PetasumoRW32Nola, TKHighton City FC
11Justine LeupolzST22Lincoln Park, ALPobfénix Sirens FC
12Sara ZonumCAM25Telgte, ALRixion Rouges
13Zoé SalzvedelGK30Haland, PrydaniaHighton City FC
14Rose VonnCB27Letztestadt, VAVPS
15Helena VömannCB20Trier, ALAS Nola
16Melanie KleinCM22Trier, ALTrier Majestic
17Kayla MagullRW26Pt. Phoenix, PXPobfénix Sirens FC
18Svenja OberdorfLB33Nola, TKN.H.Þ.
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HIGHTON CITY, NH — Six-time Goldener Ball winner Alexís will return to the Odinspyl this July as one of Highton's three designated overage players. Last week, Alexís starred in Highton City's Princes Cup triumph, scoring in City's 4-1 win over AS Nola in the final. The other two overage players are both Hightonian legends; Fernando Rossi, who starred in Highton's World Cup victories of 2011 and 2017, and experienced goalkeeper John Checker who at age 37 may be playing in his last international tournament. There are many exciting young players in the squad. The HPL's young player of the season, Mario Rydz, will expect to start off the left-wing opposite Alexís and could be one of the top players of the tournament. Arne Havenstein, who was named young player of the CEFA World Cup in 2019, is still only 18 and after a 14 goal season for Capital FC, might be one of the best strikers in the world in the coming years. Basti Cerci is a new face; he is the brother of Hightonian women's prospect Constanze Cerci and was one of the stars of a young Phoenix Coast Warriors team that won the HPL this season. The Warriors are the best-represented team in this team with four players (Kai Moritz, Arthur Thiel, Bastian Cerci, and Karl Wenzel).

#NamePos.AgeCity of BirthClub
1John Checker*GK38Jefferson, PXCapital FC
2Kai MoritzRB22Trier, ALPHX Coast Warriors
3Julien SantanaLB19Jacksonville, CojedesTrier FC
4Lukas UngarCB21Highton City, NHAachen SV
5Emil GaletaCB19Glöckenkirchen, ALGlöckenkirchen Union
6Franz MüllerCM21Duisburg, ALHighton City FC
7Mario RydzLW21Lincoln Park, ALNeu Club Trier
8Fernando Rossi*CM31Soanborg, TKCapital FC
9Arne HavensteinST18Einestadt, PXCapital FC
10Alexís*RW33Essen, ALHighton City FC
11Sergi WolfCAM19Kzüna, VAEnergie Vaasanport
12Stefan StefanovićGK18Kzüna, VAEnergie Vaasanport
13Arthur ThielLB22Bad Bertrich, ALPHX Coast Warriors
14Bastian CerciCAM18Düren, ALPHX Coast Warriors
15Karl WenzelCM22Trier, ALPHX Coast Warriors
16Michael OpukuCB21Highton City, NHMitta Istrija (ANR)
17Alex WeisskopfRW18Minheim, ALAachen SV
18Jonas LettmanST21Trier, ALTrier FC

* indicates an overage player (max. 3 allowed)


A normal person
After a great discussion, the nominees for the Tahuc I Sports Awards have been announced:-

Elivendan Shetty(Boxing)
Gnanam Iyer(Cricket)
Gunasekharan Iyengar(Cycling)
Ilayiaraja Hegde(Sailing)

These names will now be put for vote in the CSC(Chola Sports Council).
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Ulstome Odinspyl 2020 Mens Football Roster Announced

The awaited roster of players that would be sent to represent Ulstome in the 2020 Odinspyl had been confirmed earlier today. Many would have guessed as to who of the nations talented youth players would make the cut to be placed in the squad. Unsurprisingly after Sost Krincasters outstanding performance in the Seapion Ligithe and more recently in their winning of the Champions Cup final 3 - 1 over Aþletic Lighton from Highton that Arnold Possman, who although usually plays as a right back had been brought on as a centre-back alongside Danniel Kon, who was one of the three overage players admitted in the team, to form a very strong central defence. Daniel Evasno and Sigmund Zickmer had also been called up to play on the left and right wings respectively. Zickmer had won young player of the year in the last season on the seapion ligithe. All four had been consistently been in the starting 11 for Sost Krincaster and so it has come to no surprise that they had been called up. There was no surprise either amongst the younger players from supports of Ulstome's domestic league when players such as Simon Fremsla and Tobias Koverin from Haslantestone with Koverin being the youngest of the goalkeepers in the league and Endre Tumon from Sist Krincaster all who had excellent performances both in the league and in the Champions Cup. More surprising however was the choice of Skozen, the only recently turned 17 year old was the youngest player in his domestic league and although his massive height and performance on the pitch, able to go toe to toe with those much older than himself, showed him clearly to be a rising star many are sceptical due to his lack of professional and international experience, being the only member of the team to not be a constant starting player for his team in most matches, as to his suitability as a pick. In addition two unsurprising choices make up the overage selection for the midfeild. Gregory Varson as a central midfielder and Eric Vaas central attacking midfielder had been brought on to strengthen and organise both the midfield and forwards. It is likely that with these choices that the Ulstome team is aiming to use the greater experience of these players in each area of the pitch to organise and coordinate the various players to form a powerful opposition to any opponent who they shall face.

No.PLAYER'S NAMEPositionClub
1Tobias KoverinGKHaslantestone
2Danniel KonCBSost Krincaster
3Arnold PossmonCBSost Krincaster
4Simon FremslaRBHaslantestone
5Harald SalsenLBIslaford
6Endre TumonCMSist Krincaster
7Gregory VarsonCMNola
8Eric VaasCAMNola
9Daniel EvasnoLWSost Krincaster
10Sigmund ZickmerRWSost Krincaster
11Tony SkozenSTRotslo
15ErsCMNotha Haslaford
18Marius DevsonGKFarne

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A normal person
The Norgay Cup has finally begun, 16 teams from all the 16 districts. The teams:-
Group A
Wimone Warriors
Satoman Knight Riders
Kuwata Kings
Chambal Royals
Group B
Tushiki Team Warriors
Somankotomo Winners
Humanigappi Cholas
Shester Giants
Group C
Virkalata Super Kings
Royal Challengers Tumeses
Sunrisers Komenchi
Kings XI Shokata
Group D
Thanjavur Capitals
Rising Hunami Supergiants
Shaskat Lions
Shune Warriors Chola

Sil Dorsett

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New SFA / Commerce Ministry Deal Struck; National Teams Defunded
By: Christelle Leveilleur

The Silien Football Association and the government's Ministry of Commerce have negotiated a new four-year subsidization deal, ending at the conclusion of the 2023-2024 season. While contingent on sufficient government funding to the ministry itself, the new deal increases funding for local teams and local competitions by 30% but completely cuts funding towards Sil Dorsettian teams for international competitions, such as the CEFA World Cup and the currently ongoing Odinspyl. Following the signing of the deal, the men's and women's national teams were notified of the possibility of closure.

When asked for comment on the defunding of the national teams, SFA director Jacques Guilbert stated "We are looking forward to providing a highly competitive environment that that is, above all else, fair and free of the gross disparity that plagues international competition. We want a sporting experience that our athletes can enjoy."

Deputy Minister of Tourism Mélanie Lajoie echoed Guilbert's concerns about continuing international-level play, stating "Government funding and taxpayer money needs to be allocated areas where there is a return on that investment. After not qualifying for four consecutive major events, we no longer saw that possibility. Player feedback also trended towards favoring local competition where the environment is more evenly matched, and so the ministry is happy to provide assistance in making that a reality."

Minister Christophe Trintaudon only affirmed Lajoie's comments, while Prime Minister Madeline Ellison declined to comment on the matter altogether.