New training engine just went live for the first time. The new engine does not affect the interactive part of the training, but rather the weekly influence of club staff and club strategy. The influence of following staff members was increased:
- coaches (for first and reserve team),
- youth coaches,
- goalkeeping coaches (for first and reserve team),
- fitness coaches (for first and reserve team),
- sport psychologist,
- language teacher.
The engine is being tested, but overall the effects of it should be:
- quicker fitness recovery,
- quicker skill improvement progress,
- slight boost for morale,
- slight reduction of injury time,
- quicker improvement of player communication.
Season 13 was full of tough matches, both in league and cups. Although it was suppose to be unlucky, there were no major bugs found, so that was a good thing. In Division A Junior MKS, despite losing its manager, won the title for the third time with clear advantage of 11 points over Tormboo S.C. Dean Hutchison of FC Comandoh was the top scorer with 25 goals. In Division B, as usual, it was very tight at the top, this season Chievo Verona became the champion with 2 points advantage over Bombezni Lamantyny. Daniel of Super Dark Blue was the top scorer of this division with 25 goals. In Division C it was even tighter with Nothing Toulouse FC and Kimmeridge ending up with same amount of points, same match record (20-1-1), but Nothing Toulouse won by better goal difference. Chin-Mae Moon of SAC Suncheon ended up as division top scorer with 17 goals. In Division D Nanning Royals FC beat FC Bartalona by only 2 points and until the last round the title was up for grab. Ian Holland of GoeBezig Vilvoorde was the top scorer with 16 goals. Congratulations to the champions and smaller congratulations to those, who ended on second places :)
After the toughest matches so far the Inter Cups finals have finished today. In Elite Cup Bombezni Lamantyny won 3-2 and drew 1-1 (4-3 aggregated) in matches against Junior MKS. Mykola Melnik of Bombezni Lamantyny and Kasper Dolberg of Nothing Toulouse FC where the top scorers with 6 goals each. In HSLS Cup Potion Drinkers beat JR All Stars 3-2 away and 2-1 home (5-3 aggregated). Dylan McKee of JR All Stars and Antoine Cazalon of Potion Drinkers where the top scorers with 5 goals to their names. The first match of LLLB Cup final ended with 1-0 win for SGFCcn, but in second leg RAEC Mons managed to win 3-0 and gained a new piece to their trophy cabinet. Roi Durhuus of Midvagur Riverbank FC was the top scorer of that cup with 6 goals. Congratulations to winners and those, who did not make it to the finals!