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Ricardo brings French team back to reality

Ricardo brings French team back to reality with double pack

Saturday, October 5th: The undisputed French team had their next game against a wildly mixed team of players from Venezuela (Ferdinand & Raymond), France (Edward), Argentina (Niko), Germany (Kim), Brazil (Danilo), United States (Mike) and of course Mexico (Angel, Javier, Daniel & Ricardo). After having won the second Copa de Naciones and having beaten the famous team of Mannichester FC, they might have thought a game against a team of players from all over the world would be a piece of cake. The Internationals showed them otherwise:

France

Ali (gk) (VEN)

Alexandre – Nabil – Antoine – Thomas

 Dimitri – Fumi – Pablo (c) – Pierre – Mathieu

Greg

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Ferdinand (VEN)

Raymond (VEN) – Edward (FR) – Daniel (MX) – Javier (MX)

Miguel (MX)

Niko (ARG) – Kim (GER) – Danilo (c) (BRA) – Angel (MX)

Mike (US)

Subs: Ricardo (MX)

Rest of the World

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Team France wins 2:0 over Mannichester FC

Team France too organized for Mannichester

The second encounter between the international team of Mannichester FC and Team France was won by the Europeans. They managed to win the return game after having lost 1:0 in the first encounter, with midfielder Danny scoring the “golden goal”.

Mannichester FC

Carlos (gk) (MX)

Manni (c) (IN) – Kim (GER) – Wen (MX) – Andre (BRA)

Raymond (VEN) – Emil (VEN) – Deyban (VEN) – Carlos (MX)

Elias (MX) – Javier (MX)

Theo L. – Pierre 

Matthieu – Selim – Pablo (c) – Alex

Ben – Will – Nabil – Max

Carl

Subs: Greg & Theo

France

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Mexicans with Hattrick

Mexicans with a Hattrick – 3 consecutive wins in a row!

Team Mexico wins for the third time in a row against team Internacionalitos at the weekly 11 a side games at Benito Juarez Stadium. This time, the local players received some valuable help from 4 players from a team that played the game before to complement the team. The core of the international team this time were the 5 Venezuelan players, accounting for about 50% of the team. While last week the Venezuelan players made the difference for the Mexican team (helping them out to get a full squad), this time their influence was not as decisive: 

Internacionalitos

Subs: Rubinski (MX)

Carlos (VEN) (gk)

Emil (VEN) – Manni (IN) – Kim (GER) – Tomo (JAP)

Raymond (VEN) – Fumi (JAP) – Daniel (ARG) – Reforcement

Alain (VEN) – Ferro (VEN)

Cesar – Reforcement

Ricardo – Rodrigo – Reforcement – Alfredo 

Reforcement – Leo – Bruno – Angel

Reforcement (gk)

Mexicanos

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Goodbye Josh!

Goodbye Josh! – The English striker returns to the homeland of “football”

Team Mexicanos and team Internacionalitos had another memorable game last Saturday during the weekly Clásico at Benio Juarez Stadium. It was the last game for English striker Josh. With goal stats of about 1 goal per game on the 11 a side pitch he was not only an important player of his team, but also a fun friend for many of the players within the sports community.

Both teams relied on a classical 4-4-2 formation, with Josh (for the first and last time) and Wen being the captains:

Mexicanos

Ali (gk)

Angel – Wen (c) – Leo – Arturo

Raymond – Fumi – Deyban – Ricardo

Christian – Javier

Josh (ENG) (c) – Ferro (VEN)

Danny (US) – Pablo (FR) – Danilo (BRA) – Manni (IN)

Bruno (VEN) – Cyril (FR) – Héctor (SV) – Tomo (JAP)

Mike (gk) (US)

Subs: Matthieu

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4th victory in a row for Internacionalitos

The first Clásico of July brought an interesting game between the Mexicans and team Internacionalitos. With Chilean Julian fulfilling his wish to play with his Mexican sons for ones after having played with the internationals for the past two games. With Kim’s father from Germany and our top Sport12 tennis organizer Imke from Germany as well, the players had two new spectators who analyzed the game from the stands. Internacionalitos consisted of players from 8 different nationalities.

Both teams relied on a traditional 4-4-2 formation:

Mexicans

Subs: Wen

Pepa (gk)

Angel – Manuel (c) – Julian – Alejandro M.

Javier – Oscar – Angel – Leo

Elias – Rodrigo

Josh (ENG) – Ferro (VEN)

Asa (US) – Kim (GER) – Andre (BRA) – Max (FR)

Tomo (JAP) – Nabil (FR) – Manni (c) (IN) – Jens (GER)

Mike (gk) (US)

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Internationals very effective today – 4:0 victory!

This week’s encounter was similar to last week (Internationals won 2-0 vs Mexicanitos), the only difference being the score. This time internationals started off the match with 10 players and Mexicans being available in full strength with some latecomers as usual.

Internacionalitos

Subs – Tomo

Mike

Roma Manni Danillo Julian

Bruno Aymeric Pablo Andre

Josh Ferro

Javi Christian

Leo B. Rodrigo B. Oscar Ricardo

Jorge Ismael Lozano  Angel

Mauricio

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Josh’ two goals decide the game

It was an interesting game in the 14thencounter between Internacionalitos and Mexicanos. Team Mexicanos integrated 4 new players into their team, while Internacionalitos was able to play with their experienced players. Captain Manni from India made sure to have a competitive team this weekend, after having lost 1:2 the week before. He was recruiting his best players throughout the week. The group welcomed the new Mexicans Max, Roberto, Dimitri and Victor to the competitive Saturday 11 a side games:

Internacionalitos

Subs: Bruno (VEN)

Niko (ARG)

Jens (GER) – Jon (ENG) – Nabil (FR) – Tomo (JAP)

Manni (c) (IN) – Pablo (FR) – Danilo (BRA) – Kim (GER) – Andre (BRA)

Josh (ENG)

Fumi (JAP)

Dimitri – Roberto – Ismael – Ricardo – Max

Angel – Wen (c) – Hazael – Miguel

Mauricio (gk)

Subs: Max (FR), Victor Barroso

Mexicanos

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MEXICANS ARE BACK!

Saturday 12thof January: The Mexicans win 3:1 against Internacionalitos with goals of Beto and Javier (2). It was the last victory of the Mexicans in El Clásico against the Internacionalitos. Five months later, on yesterday’s Saturday 11-a-side game, the Mexicans reconquered the thrown again. They managed to turn a 0:1 initial defeat into a 2:1 victory!

Newcomers Guillermo from Mexico and Aymeric and Asa from France and the US helped out the Mexican and International team respectively. This week, the Mexican team almost consisted a 100% of Mexican players. Only Venezuelan midfielder Raymond complemented the Mexican team, in an impressive manner.

Mexicanos

Sub: Manu

Mauricio (gk)

Alberto – Hazael – Wen (c) – Guillermo

Raymond – Ricardo – Bob – Angel

Elias – Christian

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Aymeric (FR) – Matthieu (FR)

Chris (VEN) – Jonny (ENG) – Kim (GER) – Max (FR)

Bruno (VEN) – Jens (GER) – Manni (c) (IN) – Asa (US)

Iron-Mike (US)

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Hurricane Internacionalitos runs through Mexicanos

6thvictory in 12thencounter for Internacionalitos

For the first time in a long time central midfielder Deyban from Portugal came back to the Saturday games at Benito Juarez Stadium. Immediately he stabilized the midfield of the internationals from the beginning, dominating it in the first half with non other than Pablo Moctezuma from France. Captain Manni took the right midfielder position, with English Jon dropping down one position into the central defending position next to Nabil from France.

Mexicans got support from Japanese moody striker Fumi, newcomer Ignacio from Argentina and German central backs Kim and Jens:

Internacionalitos

Subs: Max (FR)

Mike (gk) (US)

Tomo (JAP) – Jon (ENG) – Nabil (FR) – Bruno (VEN)

Manni (IN) – Pablo (FR) – Deyban (POR) – Danny (US)

Josh (ENG) – Ferro (VEN)

Fumi (JAP) – Manuel – Javier

Jorge – Wen – Ignacio (ARG)

Pepa – Kim (GER) – Jens (GER) – Angel

Carlos (gk)

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Internacionalitos with 5th victory over Mexicanos

Internacionalitos with 5th victory over Mexicanos in 10th encounter

In the 10thencounter between Internacionalitos y Mexicanos the international team conquered their 5thvictory. Overall, the Mexicans won 3 times and there were two draws between both teams so far.

The Mexicans received international help from Selim and Max (France), Fumi (Japan) and Mark (US). The internationals had players from the US, Japan, France, India, Kenya, England, Venezuela, Brazil, Argentina and Germany. With Chris from Venezuela, Nabil from France, Kyle from the US and Ricardo from Mexico, 4 new players joined our competitive 11 a side games.

Internacionalitos

Subs: Jens (GER), Kyle (US), Edward (KEN)

Mike (GK) (US)

Tomo (JAP) – Manni (IN) – Nabil (FR) – Andre (BRA)

Niko (ARG) – Pablo (FR) – Jon (ENG) – Chris (VEN)

Josh (ENG) – Ferro (VEN)

Manu – Javier

Fumi (JAP)

Hazael – Ricardo – Ruben – Max (FR)

Angel – Wen – Mark (US)

Subs: Selim (FR), Ismael (MX)

Mexicanos

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