Archive for September, 2011


Supastrikas FC Signed Neider Miguel Sorohuet

Supastrikas FC Will Like To Announce The Signing Of Argentine, 17years Old Wizkid, Neider Miguel Sorohuet From C. A. Lalala, The Young Playmaker As Since After Completing The Move To Strikasland, Linked Up With His New Team Mates To Start Training And Getting Familiar With His New Home, He Was Introduced To His New Team Mates And Fans In A Press Conference Held At The Club House On Thursday Morning.
Our Reporter Got To Speak With The Playmaker And He Did Not Hesitate To Express His Joy,” I Am Very Happy To Complete My Move To Supatrikas FC, I Am Really Honored With The Way I’ve Been Welcome To The Team, I Know They Are Lots Of Great Players Here And Am Very Happy To Have The Opportunity To Play And Also Learn From Them, The Future Is Very Bright And Am Looking Forward To Shine”.
Miguel As Been Assigned The #14 Jersey And Is Expected To Make His Bow For His New Team Soonest.


Strikas Back In Training Ahead Of Boavista

Supastrikas FC Are Back In Training After Returning From An International Friendly At Benin Against Mackiavel’s team, The Game Ended 6 – 0 In Favor Of The Strikas Who Dominated The Game From The Start To The End.
Supastrikas FC Will Be Facing Long Time Rivals Boavista Lagos In Week10 Of The League Season At Home And Will Be Looking To Secure Another Vital 3Points, In A Chat With The Club Manager, Holluwarotimi, He Stated The Follow: “We Are Very Happy To Be Back To Begin Preparations Ahead Of Our League Game At Home To Boavista, As We All Know They Are One Of The Strongest Teams In The Series, But We Are Confident Of Getting Maximum 3 Points To Move Up The League Table, We Would Also Like To Announce The Signing Of 17years Old Argentine Wizkid, Neider Miguel Sorohuet , He As Been Assigned The Clubs #14 Jersey And Will Make His Debut Soonest”.


Supastrikas FC Off To Littoral, Benin

Supastrikas FC’s Team To Travel To Littoral In Benin For A Friendly Game Against Their Benin Series II.4 Hosts Mackiavel’s team At The 36,300 Capacity Mackiavel’s Stadium.
Supastrikas Manager Holluwarotimi This Morning Announced The Squad That Will Be Travelling For The Match, The Follow Players Made The List:

22. Robert Zildžić
2. Achilleas Gkazidis
12. Robert Hechingen
6. Bastiaan Hazevoet
8. Loris Giosefi
4. Jan Slipchanka
11. Sieb Vader
17. Hafız Sadık
3. Michel Vinet
18. Ladislav Marušinský
9. Bernardo Garau
1. Jacky van Spiegel
7. 李 (Li) 弘軒 (Hongxuan)
5. Marinko Ereš
15. Egon Sivori
21. Abramo Pedulli

The Game Will Kick Off By 11.45, 9-14-2011, Follow Live Tweets @SUPASTRIKASFC07


Team First For Abramo Pedull

Despite being known for his predatory goal scoring instincts, Eagles striker Abramo Pedulli insists that the overall team performance is more important than his desire to hit the back of the net.

The Italian striker, who joined the Eagles from FC Kijevo last month, opened his scoring account for the season with two neat finishes during Supastrikas 5-2 win over Usen316fc on Sunday.

An impressive feat for a player making his first start of the campaign – after missing the preceeding four weeks ofaction with Injuries. Although, Pedulli admits the feeling of satisfaction supplied by winning is far greater than that of scoring.

“Scoring goals gives you confidence,” Pedulli told SSTV. “But like I said, the most important thing for me was to play 90 minutes and to win. For almost one month I was out, so my goal is to keep working for the team and to help the team get the win.”

Supastrikas produced an impressive performance against usen316’s Greater Lagos rivals, who for the majority of the match, struggled to cope with the fluidity and movement of a Eagles team high on confidence. Pedulli, however, was keen to express how tough the task at hand was.

“It was not easy. It was a very difficult game. Everybody knows about the emirate stadium and the usen316fc team, and it is very difficult. Thankfully we played very well. We managed to score a lot of goals and we created a lot of chances.

“We scored a goal really early and that helped us to manage the game in a different way. When you score the other team needs to get one back and you can start to take control.”


Eagles Going For Goals

Supastrikas FC Will Continue Their Quest For Glory In The Nigerian Premiership(34872), After Losing Out To International Abuja(282535), By 5-6 In The Finals (347308277) On Penalties, The Eagles Would Be Looking Forward To Grab Another 3Points In Week 9’s Game (343561522) Away To usen316fc(282175) At The 80 000 capacity emirate Stadium.
Speak With The Press After Saturday’s Training Session, Holluwarotimi Stated The Following, “We Have Gotten Over Losing The Nigeria League Cup, Now We Are Focusing Totally On The Nigerian Premiership(34872) And Hope To Win Our Games To Earn Good Points, The Boys Are Ready For The Big Game And Are Going All Out For Victory”.


Anders Eriksson Out For Two Weeks

Supastrikas FC Will Be Without Star Striker Anders Eriksson, Who Suffered A Twisted Foot In The Nigerian Cup Finals Against International Abuja In The 7Th Minute, The Striker As Been To A Specialist In The US For Treatment And Is Expected To Re-Join The Team, Speaking To The Press After He Return From The Hospital For A Scan On The Twisted Foot, The Swedish Hit Man Expressed His Unhappiness About Being Sidelined,” Its So Sad I Had To Get Out Of The Match Like That, I Was Hoping To Score And Help My Team Win But I Picked Up The Injury And Had To Leave The Pitch, I Hope To Recover On Time And Join My Team Mates For The Remainder Of The Season ”, We Wish Anders The Best Of Luck And A Quick Recovery.


Nigerian Cup Final Review

Supastrikas 5 – 6 Internationale (347308277)
9-7-2011 11.45

Fairly good weather for football had drawn a crowd of 98517 to Ago Iwoye Arena. The match took place on neutral ground. Supastrikas had chosen a strategic ‭5-3-2‬ formation. The following players had been chosen: van Spiegel – Gkazidis, Hazevoet, Hechingen, Ereš, Vinet – 弘軒 (Hongxuan) , Squella, Cheriyski – Pedulli, Eriksson.

A ‭5-4-1‬ alignment was the formation of choice for Internationale. The following players took the field: Sakushi – Souche, Piquer, Koneczny, Cardinaletti, Wedbeck – Suciu, Allenspach, Obi, Cavaille – Laterza.

Supastrikas tried to focus their attacks down the middle. Today, Internationale’s strategy involved concentrating on the flanks for their attacks. Internationale’s Pinco Laterza got himself booked for a foul. Anders Eriksson was the unlucky victim and couldn’t continue the game, so Supastrikas’s Ladislav Marušinský had to come off the bench. Supastrikas’s defence sent a ball soaring up the middle on a beautiful counterattack with 25 minutes gone, but Ivan Cheriyski’s finish was met by the reaching hands of the keeper. Many in the crowd felt the referee was being too lenient when he only showed Internationale’s Lasse Wedbeck a yellow card after a mistimed challenge from behind 29 minutes into the game. The guests took the lead 30 minutes into the match, after a right-side attack resulted in Pinco Laterza scoring the 0 – 1 goal. Internationale was determined to attack on the wing and their central attempts were constantly abandoned in favor for the wings. Halftime score was 0 – 1. Internationale claimed to be the more dominant force in the game, and the statistics agreed with them – possession being 60 percent.

With 50 minutes played, the Supastrikas coach decided a substitution may help turn the game around. Egon Sivori came on, Ivan Cheriyski had to leave the fray. Internationale had a good opportunity to attack in the middle, but remembered their instructions to rather go for wing attacks. Players in team Supastrikas heard their coach’s words ringing in their ears and steered their wing attacks to the middle instead. The crowd roared in delight as Abramo Pedulli finished off a spectacular series of passes through the middle to even the score for Supastrikas 78 minutes into the match. 1 – 1. Some great play up the middle by Supastrikas led to a chance for Paco Squella to get the go-ahead goal after 80 minutes, but the shot hit the crossbar. Internationale held the ball, with a clear 58 percent of possession.

Not having decided a winner at the end of regulation, the match went into extra time. Still tied after extra time, the crowd was buzzing as the teams prepared for a penalty contest to determine the winner.

Supastrikas’s Ladislav Marušinský was relaxed as he smoothly put the ball in the net. 2 – 1! Internationale’s Amed Obi made no mistake. Jacky van Spiegel didn’t have a chance. 2 – 2. Supastrikas’s 李 (Li) 弘軒 (Hongxuan) showed he has nerves of steel when it comes to penalty contests, easily changing the score to 3 – 2. Internationale’s Olivier Souche kept his cool as he faced down Jacky van Spiegel. His composure paid off as he scored easily for 3 – 3. Supastrikas’s Bastiaan Hazevoet penalty shot was very well placed but Andrew Sakushi went the right way, blocking it spectacularly. The score was still 3 – 3. Internationale’s Niculaie Suciu coolly put the ball past Jacky van Spiegel. 3 – 4. Supastrikas’s Paco Squella was relaxed as he smoothly put the ball in the net. 4 – 4! Internationale’s Pinco Laterza didn’t hesitate but Jacky van Spiegel managed the save, resulting in an unchanged 4 – 4 score. A confident Robert Hechingen of Supastrikas put the ball right where he wanted, but Andrew Sakushi was right there for the save. No goal. Internationale’s Julián Piquer cockily booted the ball with a short-and-fast instep. The penalty, going just wide of the mark, didn’t produce a goal. Supastrikas’s Marinko Ereš showed he has nerves of steel when it comes to penalty contests, easily changing the score to 5 – 4. There aren’t many players that have the cheek to take a penalty like that! Internationale’s Mickaël Cavaille showed he was one of them, as he made it 5 – 5. Supastrikas’s Michel Vinet hesitated a long time before shooting a penalty going just wide of the left post. Still 5 – 5. Internationale’s Oli Allenspach showed he has nerves of steel when it comes to penalty contests, easily changing the score to 5 – 6.

Most important Supastrikas player was Egon Sivori. Jacky van Spiegel on the other hand, had a terrible day. The most dominating Internationale player was without a doubt Amed Obi. On the other hand, Olivier Souche’s play was disheartening. The match ends 5 – 6.