The first weekend of April was another busy one for Maltese players overseas. After a two week international break, the various players returned to club duty across the globe. Some were looking to enhance promotion credentials, others were looking to keep their clubs clear of trouble at the wrong end of the table.
Easter Monday saw another action packed programme in both the UK and Australia / New Zealand. There were Maltese players involved and having a say at both ends of the tables in their respective competitions.
Yesterday also saw the signing by Aston Villa of Oscar Borg who was previously with West Ham’s youth sides. Although UK-born, Borg is of Maltese heritage and eligible to represent the country’s national sides.
With the Easter Weekend mixed with the international window, the fixture computer has had to work overtime this week. And with Malta’s friendly against Moldova on Thursday, and the Under-21’s qualifier against Montenegro Under-21’s last Wednesday, many Maltese players based abroad were not involved in club action this week.
This is an idea I’d had in mind for some months now but, time constraints have always found a way to beat me. With some more time now on my hands, I’m hoping to make this a more regular feature. Especially as I re-brand the site.
For any fans of Maltese football and Football Manager 2016, this is for you!
A kit pack and league pyramid data file have been created that you can install into your very own version of FM2016. Check out the links below to get your packs for free. The kit pack contains data for Premier, First, Second and Third Divisions as well as cup competitions.
It’s been some time since I have gotten around to updating this page. The pressures of a busy day job and a new family have kept me busy.
Like Portuguese football? Like Football Manager 2016? Well your luck is in! You can now customise your game to include the kit graphics for the Liga NOS, Liga 2 and also the Campeonato Nacional Seniores!