Mr. O'Connors Managerial Career

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(Basically starting un-employed with Premierleague-Level10, see where it takes me)

KM Weekly
Norton Sports today have announced that Leeum O'Connor will be their new manager for the 2009/2010 campaign after signing the young coach to a 3 year deal at £250 a week. Mr.O'Connor said he is very happy to put his feet firmly on the managerial ladder and welcomes the challenge that Norton posess. Norton are heavily favoured to gear up for a relegation battle in the Kent Premierleague this season. A predicted finish of 13th place out of the 16 teams competing has been placed upon O'Connor Norton. It will be interesting to see whether the new manager will dive into the transfer market straight away of wait to ***** the current playing squad.

Nortonsports.com
Transfer Round Up.
Mr. O'Connor has brang in three new players to Norton, Tommy Moorhouse joins on a free transfer from Met Police to bring in some expierience to the defense. Brad Hunter known for his determination was brought in frok Chelmsford to add to the midfield. Finally goalkeeper Kevin Duncan has been bought from the free agency list and Leeum has said that he see's Duncan's signing as the step forward the club needs.

August 2009 Review
Norton Sports kicked off the Kent Premier season against Holmesdale in front of a crowd of 98. With the game ending goaless, Mr.O'Connor hailed his new goalkeeper Kevin Duncan as the rock that stood between one point and none. Norton made the trip to Erith for the second game of the campaign, midfielder Ted Hart put the hosts infront within the first ten minutes but was cancelled out as David Jones equalised for Norton just before the break. The game ended 1-1, Mr.O'Connor has no comment to make after the game. To round of August Norton drew blank with Unibond side Willenhall. Although it was the new managers third draw in a row no one could deny that Norton pulled of one **** of a result against a superior opposition.

September 2009 Review
Just days after drawing blank with Willenhall at home, Norton were on the road travelling for the replay in the Fa Cup 2nd Qualifing round. Norton shocked Willenhall after Danny Gerrard fired home to put the under dogs into the next round. Returning to Kent Premier duties Norton found themselves back in the comfort of their own backyard to play a much favoured Deal side. To every bodies suprise just days after pulling off an upset against Willenhall, Norton were at it again, Fitzsimmons was brought down in the box to earn a penalty which he stepped up to take and put away to give Norton the three points. Norton were travelling to Erith again, this time to play Erith and Belvedere, little did anyone suspect the drama that was to unfold. Just 26 minutes into the game and centre back Steve Costello saw red for Norton leaving the team to play the remainder of the game with 10 men. Just before the break Norton were awarded a penalty which Gerrard put away confidently. Joey Fitzsimmons was then sent off in the 70th minute to reduce Norton to just 9 men with 20 minutes to go. Norton were then awarded another penalty on the 89th minute to seal up the game but was missed by David Jones, but Norton held strong to pick up all 3 points. The Fa Cup 3rd round qualifing saw Norton drawn away to Alliance League Alvechurch. David Jones scoring the only goal of the game to continue Nortons FA cup run. This was also Duncans 5th game without conceding a goal, one more and he will hold the new defensive record for Norton Sports.




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Mr.T

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im following and its inspired me to start at level 10 ive been puttin it off. good luck
 
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