The 'Martyrs are still alive' thread 2016

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Re: The 'Martyrs are still alive' thread 2016

Postby SeoulUtd » Fri Apr 29, 2016 11:29 pm

Do you guys remember the amateur team named 'STVFC' which had a match against United in preseason?
United won against them with 7-2.

Martyrs also had a friendly match against them two weeks ago and took 2-1 won.

Unfortuantely, they didn't upload the match clip maybe because of their disappointing result :p
But you can see the clip of the match through their Facebook page named 'STV Football Club'

Check out their moment of victory! :)

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Re: The 'Martyrs are still alive' thread 2016

Postby Martyrs Forever » Sat Apr 30, 2016 3:24 am

Wait. STVFC? Steve FC? Has he started a team without us? And they're worse than the Martyrs and the Zebedees?! WTF?

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Re: The 'Martyrs are still alive' thread 2016

Postby Martyrs Forever » Sat Apr 30, 2016 3:33 am

Having now seen the Facebook of STV FC, I apologise to Steve W. The manager seems to be all of 21 and has learned his entire footballing knowledge from playing FIFA, Football Manager and watching YouTube clips of Jose Mourinho being grumpy and 'insightful'. I feel certain that our first game should be against this lot thus securing a first win for the ROKets in our first game. In a move of great genius, we are going to rotate not only the players but the managers too.......Steve W is in charge for this one as this team have clearly taken some of the letters of his name and are using them to laugh at him through the medium of Facebook.

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Re: The 'Martyrs are still alive' thread 2016

Postby Holyjoe » Sat Apr 30, 2016 5:18 am

I'd love to see these two teams play each other...
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Re: The 'Martyrs are still alive' thread 2016

Postby SteveW » Sat Apr 30, 2016 6:27 am

Martyrs Forever wrote:Wait. STVFC? Steve FC? Has he started a team without us? And they're worse than the Martyrs and the Zebedees?! WTF?


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Re: The 'Martyrs are still alive' thread 2016

Postby Alex43 » Sat Apr 30, 2016 8:17 am

Holyjoe wrote:I'd love to see these two teams play each other...


hahahaha where do you find these?
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Re: The 'Martyrs are still alive' thread 2016

Postby Holyjoe » Wed May 04, 2016 5:25 am

Alex43 wrote:
Holyjoe wrote:I'd love to see these two teams play each other...


hahahaha where do you find these?


These are all bona fide members of the S-League... I hope at least one or two make it through to the K4.

Martyrs have made a typically Martyrsish start to the season, the main team Gangbuk Martyrs FC lost their opener 5-0 to Gomduri FC and at the weekend there went and lost 6-0 to Hello Kitty Football Club (I shit you not).

Kitty FC look like being the powerhouses in this particular league as they began their campaign with an 11-0 win over BEST FC. If you can put eleven goals past the best team in your league then you must be good.
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Re: The 'Martyrs are still alive' thread 2016

Postby Alex43 » Thu May 05, 2016 8:13 am

can u send me a link? cause i need proof, these team names and logos are getting out of hand...
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Re: The 'Martyrs are still alive' thread 2016

Postby Alex43 » Thu May 05, 2016 8:17 am

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Did i share my teams logo already?
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Re: The 'Martyrs are still alive' thread 2016

Postby Holyjoe » Mon Jul 18, 2016 7:12 am

Time for an S-League update because this is where the real action's at.

Or rather, maybe it isn't. Had a look at the recent fixtures for the Gangbuk-gu league where Gangbuk FC, descendants of the original and therefore best Martyrs, play their home games and there have been an inordinate number of 3-0 victories in that league. Perhaps they all are just that good at keeping the score down when they're about to lose, but more likely quite a large number of the games just haven't gone ahead because one team can't be bothered turning up and the opposition have been given a 3-0 default win. There have been a whopping TWENTY FOUR 3-0 results recorded in the 44 scheduled matches so far. According to the league table Gangbuk FC have a W-D-L record of 3-0-4 which would be extremely impressive for a Martyrs-run side. Those three 'wins' were all recorded as 3-0 so have probably been walkovers, and two of the four losses have been 3-0 matches too. Of the two games it looks like they'll have actually played they lost one 5-0 and the other 6-0. That's a lot more like the Martyrs we know.

I'm now beginning to think that the second, third and fourth string Martyrs sides referenced in the initial post may not have actually played any matches as two of them seemed to have opened their seasons with 3-0 defeats which could well have been more of these default results. Results in Nowon FC Martyrs' season alternate between 3-0 and 4-1 scorelines, they currently have a W-D-L of 4-0-4 but might not have actually played any games at all.

Of these Martyrs clubs I think only Dobong Living Soccer seem to have actually played all their games - they have a league record of 2-0-2 and they are 2-1 (v FC Yeonsei), 0-5 (v Ares FC), 0-2 (v CDS) and 8-1 (v Dobong Hanshin). All four of them sound like proper scorelines although the last one is definitely not proper Martyrs!

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Re: The 'Martyrs are still alive' thread 2016

Postby eujin » Mon Jul 18, 2016 11:34 pm

Holyjoe wrote:There have been a whopping TWENTY FOUR 3-0 results recorded in the 44 scheduled matches so far.

I assume it's usually the away side that fails to turn up. Rothesay needs to set up a prediction competition for this league.

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Re: The 'Martyrs are still alive' thread 2016

Postby Martyrs Forever » Fri Jul 22, 2016 1:34 am

Hey - at least we used to TURN UP to get stuffed 20-0. This S-League sounds like another step into the Korean quagmire.....but think of this....we start the ROK team and we could be in the K3....all we have to do it turn up....even I can do that....

Maybe this league is first to 3 and then the next game is on...like at school....


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