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About Roostophe

  • Birthday 09/17/1989

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    Sutton Coldfield, West Midlands, England
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    Video games, Football, Guitar-ing, Anime
  • Occupation
    Unemployed arse


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    SNES, N64, GB, GBC, GBA, GC, DS, Wii
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    MegaDrive, Dreamcast, PS2, Xbox, Xbox 360
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    Any out of Guitar Hero or Rock Band series, you choose.
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    Large Family of Dangos - My Rock Band 2 band
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  1. Chances are most of you just going to fucking skip this PR, because none of us read each other's PRs, so I'm putting it here.
  2. Well, I enjoyed it. Quite a lot, I don't mind to add. Not brilliant, though. And no, I wasn't very, very drunk. *Jumps onto windowledge* You ain't seen me, roight? *Jumps out window*
  3. So an admin of one of the other leagues I'm in is seriously struggling to get new members for our league and has asked me to ask if any of you would be interested in having another team in another league, because most of you just have this one team. The league's called the UEFA Champions League and it's one of the highest ranked private leagues on Xpert11. I've been a member of this league since mid-2009, and Haden and Happenstance once played in this league around that time. (In fact, Happenstance is on the league's roll of honour - Season 5 Division 6 Champions, so he's won more than just that one N-Euro title.) It's also a different league structure, rather than the 1-1-1 structure we have. If anybody is interested, search the league and use this ID number - 132576 (If you don't know how to find the league: Go to 'The Game' at the top banner, down to 'Search' and select 'League'. Put in the ID number and it'll take you to the League's Info page. You should be able to join from there.)
  4. I'm trying to offload a player, but keep getting fuck all offers. So, advert in here. Player Name: Neil Leonardi Age: 23 Position: Defender Skill: 6 Current Form: 14 Dev. value: 3 (I haven't put him in a single game this season.) Special Qualities: Free kicks, Stamina Est. value: 1,944,600 econ I've set the price for 410,300 econ (That's how much I paid for him.) but I'll accept something a bit cheaper. Any VIPs (I know we've got some in the Lower League) interested?
  5. N-Euro Elite League Round 3 Recall United 0 - 2 Bayern Bru Recall's third match in the top flight looked equally as daunting as their first two. Bru had bounced back from their opening day defeat and looked to continue winning ways. Although Recall kept Bru at bay in the first half, there were signs that a Bayern goal was inevitable. Lindpere's goal in the 52nd minute came as no surprise. The match was far beyond Recall, and so Rundberg's goal on 86 was a formality. Recall finished with ten men after Daniil Koval was sent off deep into injury time for a second bookable offence. Roostophe Rovers 0 - 1 Battlestar Odwinica Rovers maintained an unbeaten streak at home all of last season, turning Monington Park into a fortress. Many were certain they could keep this up into the next season. The visitors Odwinica played a very defensive game with a 5-3-2 formation. Rovers chose to counter that with a 4-3-3 offensive. Although Rovers chose their traditional offensive game, it seemed their three-man attack didn't know this. Odwinica managed to shut out Rovers for the entire game, even having two chances on goal. One of which was converted in by Sherawat on 64, to give Odwinica the win at a difficult fixture. Leeds M.O.T. 1 - 4 Essex Elites The reigning champions' opening three fixtures were against the promoted teams. Such a fixture is often easy to predict, and this one was no exception. Essex went into half-time 1-0 up after Brammer sent a freekick directly into the net. Leeds took the early advantage in the second half and produced a shock equaliser on 52 when Marshall's headed in from Regina's corner kick. It didn't last long, as Merton put the champions back in front just seven minutes later. Loss' goal on 77 removed any hope of a Leeds comeback, and Sharpe's 89th minute header was enough for the Elites. Haden United 2 - 4 Madpool This rivalry was recently marked by Haden as his favourite. Perhaps this is because it always produces a thrilling match-up. There was drama in the very first minute when United were awarded a penalty. Roman Durov converted to put the hosts in front. United looked to be going into the break as leaders, but then Ed Kent's chance went past a helpless Paschetta to make it all square. After the restart, United and 'Pool were both on equal footing, but then Gay's corner cross-in connected with Sedgewick's head to put the visitors in front on 67. United quickly made two substitutions, replacing Dotson and Longhi with Hindrikson and Sablone. For a moment, this looked to be an inspired substitution. Sablone's cross was met with Marconossi's head for the second equaliser on 72. However, it wasn't to last. Madpool were awarded a freekick three minutes later. Trainer and Hales collaborated to put the visitors back in the lead. Another three minutes, and it was four for 'Pool as Gay fired home on 78. Dysonian Wanderers 1 - 1 Silverdale Hotpot Wanderers were determined to bounce back after losing 3-0 to Odwinica, but it looked like their plan had gone monstrously wrong when Hotpot took an early lead six minutes in courtesy of Ronnie Scrimshaw's head. It was a dour match at the Temple; Wanderers could not find a way back into the game. Fortunately, hope arrived when Hope left. That is, Clifford Hope being sent off for two bookable offences. With Hotpot down to ten, Wanderers were able to use this to their advantage, and eventually Patrick Twigg's head equalised on 76 to spare Wanderers' blushes. Most Important Result: Roostophe Rovers 0 - 1 Battlestar Odwinica, could be a very important result for both sides' title challenges. Turned on the Style: Essex Elites, thundering into the title picture with a resounding away victory. Most Important Player: Archie Gay, Madpool. A striker who sets up goals as well as scores them
  6. N-Euro Elite League Round 1 The 20th league season of the N-Euro Championship kicked off. The four teams that have played every season look to reclaim the most coveted prize in N-Europe history in this milestone season. Eights United 2 - 1 Bayern Bru Making their return to the Elite League at the first time of asking, Eights opened up the campaign against last season's runner-up and season 3 winner Bayern Bru. It did not start well for Eights when two players were taken off with injury after just fifteen minutes. Skipper Ove Smerud was taken off as a precaution and was replaced by Severin Granas. Smerud was joined in the Doctor's room by Anthony Zahora sometime later. The bad first half got even worse when Temizkanoglu gave the visitors the lead shortly before half-time. However, Eights came out of the restart as the better team and were determined to get the equaliser. They got in on 79 minutes when a breakaway chance was finished by substitute Granas. Emil Beck then made up for his booking with a long-range shot that nestled in Jurado's net two minutes from time, giving Eights a huge win and a good start to the season. Battlestar Odwinica 4 - 2 Madpool OddyOddyOddy FC was well known for being a dominant team in the N-Euro Championship's early days. Winning the league six times, five consecutively. Nobody has managed to copy that feat, not even Oddy with his new team. Madpool joined in season 7 and have enjoyed two top-three finishes in the Elite League in that time. Three yellow cards were handed out before Odwinica opened the scoring four minutes from time by midfield maestro Gareth Coles. Fritjof Tygesen added a second to give Odwinica a comfortable two-goal lead despite the match being almost even. Bello added a third four minutes after the restart, then Madpool got back into it after Odwinica were reduced to ten-man. Delgadillo received a straight red then Neal Hiles scored from the set-piece freekick straight after. Ed Kent narrowed the gap to one goal just three minutes later. However, Odwinica ended hopes of an equaliser just minutes later when Tygesen scored his second. Roostophe Rovers 2 - 0 Leeds M.O.T. It took Leeds M.O.T. four seasons to climb two divisions to get their first season in the Elite League, whereas Rovers were simply given a place in the top flight back when the League begun. Leeds knew they were in for a tough match against the two-time champions and so played with a 5-man defensive line, hoping to simply frustrate the home side and snatch a point. However, their plan was thwarted when veteran striker Gilberto Mazzoleni scored after just fifteen minutes. Rovers dominated the game, but Leeds' strong backline managed to prevent the scoreline increasing, but substitute Efe Haspolatli put the game to bed in the 88th minute. Dysonian Wanderers 2 - 1 Recall United The three promoted teams all begun their campaigns against former champions. Season 7 inductess Recall United kicked off their first-ever campaign in the Elite League against two-time champions - and only-ever cup winners - Dysonian. Dysonian showed their experience by giving Recall a tough time. Lewis Aiston putting the Season 1 Originals in front. Futura Spirito added a second eleven minutes into the second half, but Oswald Streep narrowed the gap, giving Recall their first goal in the Elite League. It was a narrow finish, but Recall didn't look like fully closing the gap on the experienced team. This isn't a defeat Recall should be disappointed with. Silverdale Hotpot 1 - 1 Haden United Haden United have the distinction of never being relegated, although they spent the first two seasons in the Lower League. Silverdale joined the league at the end of Season 8 and have yo-yo'd in and out of the Elite League since their promotion in season 14. Silverdale stunned United when Clifford Hope put them in front after just five minutes. The first half saw Silverdale finish with ten men after Kevin Morrow's straight red. Despite the disadvantage, Silverdale kept United at bay, and had a chance to make it 2-0 when they were awarded a penalty in the 65th minute. However, Shawn Sidwell, normally reliable, missed the shot. Silverdale were made to pay for that missed chance when Massimo Marconossi equalised for the three-time champions four minutes later. Silverdale dropped points in this match, they'll need to make sure it isn't a deciding factor in their survival at the end of the season. Most Important Result: Eights United 2 - 1 Bayern Bru - A big result for the promoted side against last season's runner-up. Turned on the Style: Battlestar Odwinica. Four goals at home, showing their home ground may be a fortress this season. Most Important Player: Fritjof Tygesen, Odwinica. Skipper sets an example with two goals.
  7. My performance this season: HOME: Won 8 Drawn 2 Lost 0 Scored 25 Conceded 9 (16) (1st) AWAY: Won 1 Drawn 5 Lost 4 Scored 12 Conceded 20 (-8) (7th) Playing home = Like a boss Playing away = Like a twat Seriously need to sort it out, once and for all.
  8. I did match reports a while back. I could help you with the Elite League reports. (Or any league.)
  9. You're mixed-handed. The world isn't just 90% righty and 10% cack-handed. There are some weirdos like you (and me) who are dexterity mindfucks by doing things with one hand and other things with the other. I never thought about the problems lefty gamers have because I play right-handed. Whether I always preferred playing righty or adapted to it, I've no idea.
  10. Loved the film, loved the pilot. Would love to see a full series.
  11. Cuff links? I don't even have a suit, but fuck yeah!
  12. IT DOESN'T MATTER IF ROO'S TEAM WAS WEAKENED! Our head-to-head record is massively in your favour. I could be at full strength and you would still beat me like I was a random jobber.
  13. 2004 - One of my favourite songs on GTA San Andreas. 2008 - One of my favourite songs on Guitar Hero III. 2011 - One of my favourite wrestler's new theme song. CM PUNK! CM PUNK! CM PUNK! CM PUNK!
  14. I think they did this because they wanted to keep Edge as a face. Because he was at fan axxess he had to appear in the event, but it's probably too early for him to come back and do something heel-ish. One thing that bugged me about this bit was that they rung the bell while Punk was still laid out on the mat. Normally, the ref would check on him, see if he wants to compete, then ring the bell when he's standing. Also, the first cash-in to fail will be Daniel Bryan's. Despite being clearly one of, if not the, best wrestler on the roster. (If he can make Tyson Kidd and Dolph Ziggler look good in a match, then no doubt he is a top wrestler.) Punk has always been a master on the mic. Though it's only with the worked shoots has he made full use of his potential. I didn't think it was that bad a PPV. I've only seen two other PPVs this year, so I can't really say. It had a hard act to follow in MITB and it was never going to match it.
  15. The poll for the new Youth Investment feature has closed, and 74% voted for Yes. This means they'll bring it in "ASAP". Jolly good.
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