Welcome to Elite Football League
Season 19

Welcome to Elite Football League (ESMS+) - here you will find no bad teams and no bad managers.

For years you have wanted to test yourself against the best, week in week out... Well, now is that chance. Will you find your level playing each season in Division Three, or can you cut it and be crowned Elite League Champions?

The Elite League is where the big money is, it's where the best players play, it's also where the best managers belong. Will you be named top boss? Will your team be the one everyone wants to beat? Can you get your tactics right when it really matters? We all think we are a top manager. Now we give you the league to prove it.

Join us in what should be an exciting 19th season: Three Divisions, Elite FA Cup, Elite League Cup, Top Games, Shock Results, Online Transfer Market/Scout Missions and more.

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EFL News

Real overcome 9 man Bayern on penalties in Season 19 curtain raiser!

Next fixture

League Week 2 - Mon 28 Jul
Teamsheet deadline: Sun 27 Jul, 20:00

Club News

Tottenham: Big squad reshuffle in progress at WHL.
Arsenal: Arsenal Sign Young Defender N_Winterburn, will slot nicely into reserves
Rangers FC: Rangers ready to take on old foes Liverpool, are you ready Malky ?
Aberdeen: In: future stars H_Berg and J_Cooper for 25M. Out: long-serving utility players Ekelund and Oakley finally make the move to Newcastle.
FC Porto: Pretty happy with my squad now tbh, never going to suddenly build a team to challenge the top 4 teams unless you go all out oldies creating even more probs for your team in the future. we have stregthened and added more youngsters to work on, got Juanfran loaned out. next up is stadium increase to complete pre-season for Porto
AS Roma: N.Gomes, A.Bagsy Bosingwa and Ludovic can leave the club looking for midfielders
Bayern Munich: The squad is taking shape if a little unbalanced
Hearts: New Management in Charge! PM Methenas for deals etc
Sunderland: tough draw
Lyon: Luciano called up to first team as he hits his prime. Makes the bench. Lyon looking good in training.

Manager Reactions - League Week 1

O'Brien (Aston Villa): Just wow!
Grant (Rangers FC): Squeezed out by Liverpool, bad start , but it's early doors, im sure we will bounce back, well done Malky
McKay (Liverpool): Very important three points, everyone did there job and Nade got us the win, delighted
Myre (Barcelona): Should have managed the draw against Real. Only an injury time goal let us down.
Shaw (Marseille): Glad to start the season with 3 points
Perry (Sao Paulo FC): Excellent start to the season, even funnier to see the messiah lose 4-0!
Matthews (Manchester City): Maybe I should jump ship...
Abbott (Lyon): Great start to the season. Good to get a point on the board and it looked like a fair result. Noone will relish facing us this season.
Dalmedo (Arsenal): Missing the retired Lehman already!
Glen (Valencia): A win away from home and 3 points on the board, can't ask for a better start TBH
Neilson (Celtic FC): Good result but it's a shame the ref had a shocker and sent two of my players off for very debatable decisions.
Maund (Ajax): Out played wrong tactic but 3 points, overall a happy Ajax manager
Haldane (Aberdeen): Disappointing start, expecting better from the lads next week.
Oldeide (Borussia Dortmund): Defencively solid, but need to start putting some chances away. 1 point away though is not a bad start!
Winzor (FC Porto): wow......... talk about having your pants pulled down and taking it royaly, both teams dominating with reserves only drawing and 1st team losing 2-0 somehow
Stonehouse (Tottenham): Disappointing to lose to such a late goal, especially with a man advantage. Hopefully we can improve next week.
Phillips (Schalke 04): Got my tactics wrong and should have been more attacking

Manager Reactions - Elite FA Cup Qualifiers 2nd Leg

Gemmell (Sunderland): Close match but got there in the end
Matthews (Manchester City): Well, what can I say to that result...
O'Brien (Aston Villa): Happy to qualify shame about the red card
Jenkins (Atletico Madrid): Think the difference was going down to 10 men and the super keeper Newcastle have, oh well maybe next season

Quotes archive
Elite FA Cup Qualifiers 2nd Leg
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