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Saturday, 14 February 2015 16:52

Superf1y Returns

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Superf1y returned to management after a year long sabbatical from the game, rumours have it that he was away to the south Pacific having being amazed by the recent revelation that the easter island "heads" actually have bodies fully submerged in the dirt beneath them. 
 
 
Having failed in his attempt to find a way to contact the anunnaki mother ship he decided to return to management till "they" decide to return.
 
 
Superfly was manager of Bologna in season 2 Of xbox div 1, having had a decent season that saw them just miss out on promotion. The fans loved him but after a reportedly riotous end of season party in Dubai that saw the entire first team squad (including manager and coaching staff) held in Dubai custody for lewd conduct with the Swedish female volleyball team. The Bologna board decided to part company with the controversial Superf1y. 
 
Almost a year later Brazilian side SC Internacional decided to smash their wage structure to bring Superf1y to the club. Superf1y took over a very demoralised bunch of players at SC Internacional and after a couple of friendlies to assess the talents at his disposal he realised that this would be a transitional season for the club.
 
With backing from the board SC Internacional dived into the transfer market moving on some of the old fans favourites like Wellington Paulista and Matt Immers and bringing in some old but Gold in the shape of Gareth Barry, Digital Berbatov and not forgetting the giant German centreback Jan Kirchhoff. 
 
SC Internacional looked ready for the season with the new spine of the team looking excellent in training the future looked bright. The Season kicked off with a home tie against Ozmazster's Lyon. A team full of star names but hindered by a rich yet tactically inept manager/owner. Never a good combination. 
 
After a very disappointing 1-1 draw in which the home team were battered from start to finish by a simple yet direct style from Lyon. The team being booed off at the end by the notoriously fickle SC Internacional fans. Superf1y stated in his post match press conference: "I've got full confidence that once our new players have had time to settle and the team have more time to implement the new improved way of play that I have brought to the club then performances like this will be a thing of the past."
 
 
Unfortunately for SC Internacional and their manager Superf1y though, performances did improve, but results did not. With only one win and five draws coming from the first 10 fixtures Superf1y had to come to terms with the fact that the team needed major surgery were they to avoid the indignity of finishing the season in the relegation zone.
 
So here we are on the other side of the January transfer window and some major changes have taken place at SC Internacional. With some very shrewd moves in the transfer market the club has completely overhauled the first team. Bringing in some real flair in the shape of Hamouma,  Linssen and the giant yet surprisingly skilful Peter Crouch. With the Defence looking very shaky the undeniably high quality pair of M. Suarez and E. Mangala have also arrived at the club giving the team a very different look from the start of the season with only 4 players still at the club since Superf1y took the reigns.
 
The team have just arrived back from a winter break in Qatar (Would have been Dubai but Superf1y was refused entry) where the team looked excellent against some higher division opponents in a mini tournament with the new fans favourite Bryan Linssen who could not stop scoring (THIS BOY IS ONE TO WATCH).
 
So with over half the season still to play SC Internacional head into their next fixtures with a new air of optimism and the belief that the team now have the players needed to implement the expansive, attractive, sublime and sometime downright crazy style of play their manager demands.
 
 
The team are currently chomping at the bit to get their teeth into the next league fixture. "We are going to shake this league up and put some petulant little teams in their place" spat manager Superf1y when asked about his prediction for the rest of the season. It seems certain that there will be plenty of fireworks coming from the city of Porto Alegro in the rest of this season.
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