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SchoriesBrook Street this evening have parted company with long-serving winger Yann Schories who has signed for Polish side Oleśniczka CF in a £210,000 deal.

“It’s a bit of a wrench to let Yann go” said Marcus, “but it would be wrong to keep him here as a back-up player”. He continued, “Yann’s still got a lot of football in him, and I’m sure he’ll do very well with his new club. We all wish him the very best of luck”.

In his twelve seasons at New Home Park, Yann played in a total of 218 matches.

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Matt Cocker stoops to power home a diving header to wrap up the scoring this morning.

Matt Cocker stoops to power home a diving header to wrap up the scoring this morning.

Four goals in each half gave Brook Street an 8-0 win in this morning’s friendly match at New Home Park against Mozambican visitors F.C Genghis Khan.

Both Onésimo Murube and Matt Cocker hit braces with our other goals coming from an Emanuel Bohucký penalty, Phil Mullally, Yann Schories and Kenny Corney.

“We were very clinical out there today and I think the scoreline accurately reflected our dominance”, claimed Marcus at full-time.

The coach expressed his pleasure at the performances of a number of players but singled out Matt Cocker who yet again found the way to the net.

“Matt showed exactly what he can do today, and his second goal was outstanding. The lad’s got a big future ahead of him if he plays his cards right”.

The coach however was relieved to get his players through the match unscathed given the side’s injury list.

“Fortunately we didn’t pick up any more injuries, so that was a relief and it sets us up nicely for the weekend”. He added, “It’s always a risk of picking up knocks in these matches, but fortunately we’ve got away without any”.

“We’re already down a couple of players and we certainly didn’t need any more ahead of Saturday’s game. We can now start preparing for the match with a fair idea of the starting line-up”.

Yann Schories fires us into a surprise lead against Blue Order at Penny Arcade

Yann Schories fires us into a surprise lead against Blue Order at Penny Arcade

Ten-man Brook Street crashed to a 5-1 defeat away to Blue Order this afternoon. Trailing 3-1 at half time, the visitors’ cause was not helped when in the sixty-fourth minute Andy Harte received his marching orders for kicking the ball away for the second time in the game.

“You can’t legislate for sheer stupidity”, fumed Marcus afterwards. He was stupid enough to pick up a booking in the first half for kicking the ball away, so to do exactly the same thing later in the match was asking for trouble”.

Marcus continued, “Andy Harte is no use to me sitting in the stands, and neither is he if he cannot be trusted not to do something idiotic like this. He sold the shirt today and that is unacceptable. Every match for us now is a cup final and we need everyone to be 100% committed to the cause”.

Ironically, it was Brook Street who opened the scoring in the eighth minute through Yann Schories, but the lead lasted only seven minutes before Ryan Emslay levelled.

Lance Ridel fired the home side into the lead in the nineteenth minute and Matthew Scotney increased the lead just after the half hour mark.

After Brook Street were reduced to ten men in the sixty-fourth minute, it took the home side just two minutes to press home their advantage, Scottnay firing in his second of the game.

Only a fine save from Ezequiel Alexandrino prevented Wyatt Egerton from increasing the lead further in the seventy-fifth, but the reprieve was only to last sixty seconds before Ryan Emslay hit his second of the match.

Elsewhere, despite winning 1-0 at home to Much Rucking, Hannoverscher Sportverein’s relegation was confirmed, while there were 2-1 home wins for both sooside athletico and Vines Cross.

HINKEBIE II keeper Jim Dailly is left grasping thin air as Emanuel Bohucký completes his hattrick.

HINKEBIE II keeper Jim Dailly is left grasping thin air as Emanuel Bohucký completes his hattrick.

Brook Street strolled into the Third Round of the Scottish Cup, and a trip to face Division IV side SambaJustice with a comprehensive 5-0 away win over FC HINKEBIE II this morning.

The scoreline only told half the story as the New Home Park side dominated the match form start to finish and only some wayward finishing and bad luck prevented them from winning by a greater margin.

Emanuel Bohucký was justifiably awarded the Brook Street man of the match award by the match sponsors with a fine hat-trick, with the other goals coming from strike pair Andy Hunter and Rab Henderson.

“Manny put in an excellent performance, and was rightly named man of the match”, said Marcus at the post-match press conference. “He took his goals very well, but his link-up play was first rate, and it’s things like that which can go un-noticed”.

Recent signings Matt Cocker, Phil Mullally and Zsolt Baboss all made their debuts for the club in what was a very young Brook Street side, a fact that Marcus was quick to point out.

“Taking Yann [Schories] out of the calculation, we fielded a team with an average age of only around 20 years old. That must be amongst the youngest for quite a while”.

He added, “We also had three lads making their debuts for the club, so all things considered, the team performed admirably”.

In the draw for the Third Round, which was made at lunchtime, Brook Street have been paired with Division IV.36 side SambaJustice.

“They seem to be on a good run at the moment so their tails will be up”, admitted Marcus. “They had a good win at the weekend, but it’s hard to know just how ‘good’ that win was given the opposition”.

He added, “It’s also hard to know who we’ll be up against as they’ve got a pretty big squad so they may rotate, play the reserves or field the first team”.

“We’ll have them watched at the weekend and take it from there”.

The reserves have recorded a sensational 11-0 win over their Billionaires counterparts in Seoul, South Korea during the early hours of this morning.

First half goals from Oleg Zhigalov (2), Fraser Carragher, Yann Schories and Jake MacConnechy were added to in the second by Rab Henderson, Yann and Jake with their second goals of the game, Andy Hunter, Garabed Palasyan and Maranaj Batusha.

While delighted with the performance and result, Marcus said afterwards, “The thing that pleases me the most is that our goals came from all over the park. We were a real threat going forward, and I can’t fault the lads’ effort”.

“It gives me a bit of a selection headache for Saturday”, he added, “but it’s a good one to have. Everyone knows that there are places up fro grabs, so they’re rising to the challenge. That’s exactly what I want from them”.

The coach was also pleased that his players had come through the match unscathed saying, “It’s important that we have everyone available for the final game and for the play-off. Only Emanuel [Bohucký] is struggling to be fit for the weekend, but he’ll be given every chance”.

Two-goal Oleg Zhigalov may not be risked in the final league game against jabbathehut however, as the Russian is only a booking away from missing out on the play-off match.

Brook Street coach Marcus Lövman was left a frustrated man this afternoon after watching his side lose out by 2-1 away to league leaders kaos c.f this afternoon.

Two goals from Bob Jensen either side of half-time had toe home side cruising before Yann Scories pulled a goal back with eleven minutes remaining. There was however to be no miraculous fightback as Athletic crashed to their second defeat of the season to kaos.

“We can’t give away stupid goals like that and expect to take anything from the game”, said Marcus afterwards. “We showed Jensen far too much respect and stood off him for the both goals. He should have been closed down quickly and, as a defender myself, I am particularly annoyed that we didn’t”.

“To be honest”, he continued, “I feel the scoreline flattered us and we could have lost by a far greater margin. That doesn’t make this defeat any easier to stomach though and we really let ourselves down. I was convinced we could take something from this match, but we really shot ourselves in the foot with this display”.

The New Home Park side were not helped by losing Igor Bulatov to a bad injury which appears to have ended his season, but Marcus was in no mood for excuses.

“We were already a goal down by that point and could have easily been two down but for a great save by Ville. Losing Igor was a blow tactically, but we were already on the ropes as far as I’m concerned”.

“We were completely outplayed and now need to pick ourselves up for what is a difficult run in”.

The defeat saw Brook Street slip to fourth, and with Carbrain moving to within two points and the two sides meeting in Cumbernauld next week, Marcus threw down the gauntlet to the players.

“We’ve won there before against the odds, and now we must do it again. Carbrain are on a two-match unbeaten run, so they’re clearly on a high. We’ve got to put today’s setback behind us and go out there to win”.

Late last night Brook Street completed the signing of 17 year old Georgian winger Garabed Palasyan from Serbian side Newcastle Kuzmin in a deal worth £980,000.

Speaking at a press conference this morning, Marcus said, “We’d been tracking Garabed all evening and got him for the asking price. It was maybe a bit more than I’d have liked to have paid, however this is a lad who we feel could be going places and is well worth the fee paid”.

With two new wingers signed in recent weeks, the coach was asked if this would see veterans Yann Schories and Igor Bulatov leaving the club, however he refuted this saying, “Both Yann and Igor are very much in my plans and neither will be moving on any time soon. I see the recent signings as being more for the long term, so in some respects they have been brought in to replace the older players, however at present I see them as being back-up to Yann, Igor and Nemanja”.

Turning specifically to the signing of Garabed he said, “He is a real talent, and I think that although we have paid a lot for him, we will see the dividend in the next few years”.

He added, “If he continues to progress as he has done so far, I can see this lad playing for his country one day”.

Garabed is due to arrive later today and will meet up with his new team mates at this afternoon’s training session.

Yann Schories half-volleys us into the lead right on the stroke of half-time.

Brook Street will go into the second half of the season just two points off top spot following this afternoon’s 3-1 home win over Schwarzenegger Allstarz this afternoon.

Yann Schories had opened the scoring right on the stroke of half time, half-volleying a long through ball, and Nemanja Janković added to it seven minutes after the break.

Although the visitors pulled a goal back through an Achim Köb tap-in five minutes late, José Eransus restored Brook Street’s two-goal advantage with seventy-two minutes on the clock and with it wrapped up the scoring.

Acknowledging that his side would go into the second half of the season two points behind leaders Much Rucking ITM, Marcus said, “Results have worked well for us, and it shows just how tight this league is. Everyone is capable of beating everyone else on their day, so it makes for a very interesting second half of the season”.

He continued, “The top four sides look to be opening a slight gap on the bottom four at the moment, however the title race is wide open”.

“We’re only two points off top, but with only eleven points separating top and bottom, the margins are extremely tight”.

Turning to this afternoon’s win he said, “The lads did very well this afternoon. Every one of them played for the shirt today, and it was particularly pleasing how we dominated the game”.

“We were a bit sloppy at the back for their goal, but other than that, I am very pleased with the performance”.

Igor Bulatov’s booking just before half time means that he will be suspended for next weekend’s return fixture.

Yann Schories fires in the only goal of the game in this morning’s friendly match against Škofja Loka United FC.

The reserves opened their international friendlies for this season with a narrow 1-0 win over Slovenian 5 Liga side Škofja Loka United FC at New Home Park this morning.

Yann Schories’s strike just before the half-hour mark was all that separated the sides thanks to the efforts of the two keepers.

Just before Brook Street opened the scoring, Rudolf Čurlík made a spectacular block to deny Germán Olmos Ribas at point-blank range, and with only ten minutes left he was alert to the danger again and made an outstanding save to turn over Fraser Carragher’s goalbound strike.

Not to be outdone, Brook Street’s Ezequiel Alexandrino made a great block with six minutes left to preserve our lead.

“It was certainly a game for the keepers”, said Arjen afterwards. “Both had excellent games and can justifiably be pleased with their efforts.

He continued, “From our point of view, Zee continues to improve each week. His point-blank stop today shows just how good a keeper he has the potential to become”.

Next week the reserves will travel to Kranj, Slovenia to face another 5 Liga side, smetana.

Onésimo Murube watches on as his chip flies past the home keeper and into the net to put us 4-0 up.

A trip to Fife to face dunfermline athletic awaits Brook Street in the Scottish Cup Second Round following our 10-0 demolition of cambuslang rangers this morning.

The outcome of the match was never in doubt as the visitors completely dominated from start to finish. This was emphasised when Ville Yrjölä revealed at full-time that he hadn’t even had a touch of the ball.

Brook Street opened the scoring in the sixteenth minute through Marcus Lövman and a minute later it was 2-0; Paul O’Healihy executing an audacious chipped penalty.

Paul got his second of the match on the half hour mark, before a quick double by Onésimo Murube around six minutes before the break had Brook Street looking towards the Secound Round draw.

If the home side thought their visitors would ease off in the second half, this view was shattered two minutes after the break when Marcus Lövman finished off an attack from the left with a spectacular scissors kick.

Yann Schories made the score 7-0 in the sixty-third minute, and Paul O’Healihy completed his hat-trick a minute later. Substitute Nemanja Janković powered the ball past the home keeper to get in on the scoring in the sixty-ninth minute, before Andy Harte netted his first competitive goal for the club with twelve minutes left to take Brook Street’s score into double figures.

Arjen Bogaert expressed his satisfaction with the result at full-time, saying “Although we were not put under any pressure and maintained complete control, the match was a good workout for our lads ahead of the league campaign kicking off at the weekend”.

He continued, “Giving the players match time was the most important aspect of today’s game, but it’s good to be into the Second Round with a clean sheet, a clean bill of health, and no bookings”.

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