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Post by quind on Tue Apr 07, 2015 12:58 pm

Season 25 is nearly upon us and the England teams remain very much on the search for new trainers to get involved. From the start of next season we're looking for managers to take on the new 17 year olds to train for U20s, perhaps some 19 year olds to take through the 2nd half of their U20 cycle, and what will be some former U20 players to train for the NT.

There are some different levels of commitment called for there, with the NT especially needing some true dedication. If you're looking to expand on existing training for the NT teams, or to get involved for the first time with the U20s or NT please give us a shout. We are looking in the main for players to receive 10 nets all at level 5, but there may be some instances where if people are working toward that they can get involved sooner rather than later.

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Re: England's search for trainers

Post by Dazza79 on Thu Apr 16, 2015 8:17 pm

I can help out with training

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Re: England's search for trainers

Post by Wingnut on Thu Apr 16, 2015 8:29 pm

Smile cool what you looking for, 17 year old?
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Post by Dazza79 on Fri Apr 17, 2015 6:56 pm

open to anything really

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Post by rrazvan33 on Fri Apr 17, 2015 9:22 pm

i can do a couple in croatia preferably one of each

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Re: England's search for trainers

Post by quind on Fri Apr 17, 2015 10:16 pm

You looking for any sort of player in particular Raz? And how are you for money to spend?

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Post by Roo on Fri Apr 17, 2015 10:22 pm

Sounds good. There will be some great 17 year old English players on the market in the next few weeks and it would be great to get as many as possible trained for England.

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Post by ben_fluleck on Sat Apr 18, 2015 2:25 pm

As wing knows i like them young

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Post by Basil on Tue Apr 21, 2015 1:53 pm

will hopefully have some to sell

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Post by Wingnut on Tue Apr 21, 2015 2:45 pm

Basil has a beast of an academy Smile
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Re: England's search for trainers

Post by Jonny2Hats on Tue Apr 21, 2015 4:27 pm

I have a little cash and will have 10 lvl 5s, probably best for a centre but a bit of flexibility available.

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Post by Basil on Wed Apr 22, 2015 9:26 am

Not so sure with this batch Wing, worried they may all turn out as numpties. Haven't been focusing on blackout as much recently so didn't swap their positions around during the last season so don't know their best position yet

Take your pick from these:

25. Orlando Ball - 3.5 stars at prop
16 y/o (R1, D6)   |   187cm   |   125kg   |   England   |   80 stars
An aggressive player with reckless discipline, satisfactory leadership, and despicable experience.

Stamina: Reputable  Handling:  Medium      
Attack:  Medium       Defense:  Medium  
Technique: Admirable  
Strength: Unknown  
Jumping: Low  Speed:  Medium  
Agility:  Unknown  Kicking:   Low  

28. Jon Gasol - 2.5 stars at wing
16 y/o (R4, D3)   |   182cm   |   92kg   |   England   |   70 stars
A collected player with reckless discipline, moderate leadership, and non-existent experience.

Stamina: Unknown  Handling: Unknown  
Attack:  Medium   Defense:  Medium  
Technique:  Medium
  Strength: Unknown  
Jumping:  Low   Speed: Unknown  
Agility:  Unknown  Kicking:  Unknown  

21. Isidro Latorre - 2.5 stars at hooker
16 y/o (R1, D4)   |   186cm   |   123kg   |   England   |   70 stars
A psychotic player with controlled discipline, reputable leadership, and despicable experience.

Stamina:  Medium   Handling:  Low  
Attack: Unknown  Defense: Unknown  
Technique: Reputable  Strength: Unknown  
Jumping: Unknown  Speed: Unknown  
Agility:  Satisfactory  Kicking:  Low  


24. Pedro Villa - 3 stars at wing
16 y/o (R2, D5)   |   183cm   |   81kg   |   England   |   70 stars
A conservative player with controlled discipline, decent leadership, and despicable experience.

Stamina:  Medium   Handling:  Medium  
Attack:  Medium
  Defense: Unknown  
Technique: Average  Strength: Unknown  
Jumping: Low  Speed:  Medium  
Agility:   Medium   Kicking:   Medium


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Re: England's search for trainers

Post by holy_monkey on Wed Apr 22, 2015 9:45 am

I'll be selling this guy:

Sonny Manley - 3 stars on LTNT
16 y/o (R1, D7) | 174cm | 114kg | England |
60 stars
A timid player with controlled discipline, average leadership, and non-existent experience.

Stamina: Medium ?
Handling: Admirable 10
Attack: Decent 8
Defense: Admirable 10
Technique: Reputable 9
Strength: High ?
Jumping: Average 6
Speed: Satisfactory 7
Agility: Low ?
Kicking: Horrible 3


And training this guy on full lvl 5s :

Jonathon Bowerman - 4 stars on LTNT
16 y/o (R1, D7) | 203cm | 116kg | England |
60 stars
A psychotic player with collected discipline, decent leadership, and despicable experience.

Stamina: Impressive 11
Handling: Unknown ?
Attack: Unknown ?
Defense: Reputable 9
Technique: Medium ?
Strength: Medium ?
Jumping: Princely 12
Speed: Moderate 5
Agility: Limited 4
Kicking: Unknown ?

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Re: England's search for trainers

Post by Roo on Wed Apr 22, 2015 10:36 pm

Nice. we should have a good mix of trainers both buyers and from the academy.

There seems to always be a few week 1&2 English superstars that are sold for profit and they key is keeping them for England with dedicated trainers. These players though are also targeted by other countries. I have a list of managers willing to buy and hopefully we can target the best players to keep in England.

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Post by Basil on Thu Apr 23, 2015 10:20 am

If I promote Ball on the Saturday then he will get to play for me in the first game of the season but it will be very tight as to whether he can be rehoused to a new trainer in time for training on the Tuesday.

Am thinking to promote him after junior training on week 2 so he plays for me that Saturday and then someone will have time to get him into training on the Tuesday. Does that make sense

Means I will be gambling on Isidro in week 1

Also means that Pedro won't get promoted until week 3

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Re: England's search for trainers

Post by Roo on Sat May 09, 2015 10:12 am

We need a buyer for is Phillip Binks, a fly half who needs a kicker trainer, if anyone is keen?

https://www.blackoutrugby.com/game/club.squad.php#player=14280774

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Post by hikky999 on Sat May 09, 2015 11:09 am

I might take him off your hands. How much do you think he'll go for? I like the idea of an england 9/10 combo

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Post by Roo on Sat May 09, 2015 3:14 pm

Great if you can train him. Hard to say how much, it really depends if another u20s country targets him for a dual nationality. But I would think you should get him for less than 500k, maybe quite a bit less than that.

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Post by hikky999 on Sat May 09, 2015 3:50 pm

Just realised I wouldn't have enough attack training to make it worth his while. Sorry.

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Post by Jonny on Sun May 10, 2015 10:42 pm

I can take Binks but under me he wouldn't get kicking training for the first season (currently advertising for level 2s) and not level 5s until partway through the 3rd season, so I'll only step in if a foreigner is gonna win his auction.

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Post by Widget on Tue May 12, 2015 6:12 pm

I will never help England!

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Post by Dazza79 on Tue May 12, 2015 7:00 pm

Widget wrote:I will never help England!

Glad you care widget

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Re: England's search for trainers

Post by quind on Tue May 12, 2015 7:12 pm

Widget wrote:I will never help England!

Are you familiar with Douglas Adam's character Marvin?

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Re: England's search for trainers

Post by Widget on Tue May 12, 2015 8:45 pm

Haha Dazza, did you sense the sarcasm?

No I am not quind, do you care to enlighten me?

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Post by quind on Tue May 12, 2015 9:20 pm

Radiohead clearly is, Marvin was something of a depressed android, known in full as Marvin the Paranoid Android

A terrific if not overly optimistic character

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