|Managed by orestes1984|
|Fan Club||The Extra Ordinaries|
EFC. were founded by orestes1984 on the 22nd of January 2004 as Extraordinary, later becoming Extraordinary FC, EFC Lions and finally almost 5 years since the clubs inception they became EFC on the 17th of January 2009.
At the time the club was created there was an inside joke with the owner and his players, The story of it is narrated by club owner orestes1984 as follows.
"As you well know depending on your luck of course when you start a new club you get a team full of talentless hacks. EFC. were no exception and so the Extra Ordinariness came to be. As seasons passed and the team progressed the name of the club began to change to suit the fact that the quality of the players had improved. As a legacy however to the clubs beginnings the name now lives on in the form of the fan club name. As such the Extra Ordanaries were imortalised for players past and present as well as a select few members of the public"
Current Match Kits
- 22/01/2004 The club changed owner as orestes1984 took control and renamed it extraordinary (Global Season #21)
- 08/06/2004 extraordinary was renamed to Extraordinary FC
- 08/05/2005 Extraordinary FC was renamed to EFC Lions
- 17/01/2009 EFC Lions was renamed to EFC.
V.222 season 17
V.3 season 19
V.1 season 25
V.1 season 26
|1.||Edison Savage||28||GK||27/09/08||8 628 000|
|2.||Nereo Britos||32||CD||01/03/09||3 100 000|
|3.||Alberto Balcarce||29||CD||10/02/09||1 530 000|
|4.||Bautista Ward||33||CD||18/02/09||1 854 000|
|5.||Janno Willaerts||20||IM||14/05/08||1 912 000|
|6.||Dick van Oven||20||IM||24/05/08||4 162 000|
|7.||Yarne Stale||18||IM||27/11/08||6 000 000|
|8.||Aras Viedrynaitis||20||IM||15/05/08||3 753 086|
|9.||Mats Toresson||20||IM||24/05/08||5 200 000|
|10.||Alfred Kleindienst||29||FW||08/03/09||4 161 600|
|11.||Erik Ridell||29||FW||10/03/09||4 800 000|
|13.||Uwe Potter||28||CD||31/03/09||1 800 000|
|16.||Henri Kultti||20||W||29/05/08||3 000 000|
|17.||Jope Johnson||17||IM||22/03/09||2 000 000|
|23.||Teofil Ruszczyk||20||W||26/05/08||4 800 000|
One of EFC's first prodigious club members Himi Weaver went on to be the clubs first formidable goal keeper leaving EFC. in 2004 for greener pastures Himi solid for $AU 2,276,000 when he was transferred to Tropical Storm FC. Many months later however when the then new manager of EFC. Orestes1984 made some mistaks with Arena calculations Himi Weaver was transferred again this time to Oceanian Giants Not MU, it was with the transfer fees of $AU 13,900,000 that EFC. made its first significant mother club transfer, a transfer that allowed EFC. to clear debts from its early financial blunder.
It has been hoped since then and for some time since that Himi will one day return to the club that is forever in gratitude for getting it out of trouble and with his leadership abilities if the timing is right he may go on to be EFC's first mother club coach.
Training hard Karl Vereker became the first EFC. Player to represent Oceania, as an U20 keeping prodigy Vereker went on to be EFC's first divine trainee and later became Oceania's first choice U20 keeper for 13 games. Unfortunately as with the number 13 this would be Verekers last game for the U20 team and due to his injury he was later transfer listed and sold to Wogs Utd. At Wogs he became first choice keeper and later went on to represent the national team proper for Oceania where he has since picked up more than 40 caps and remains Oceania's first choice multiskilled keeper.
Edison "Ed" Savage
Having not quite made the U20 team selection Edison Savage has bounced around a number of clubs in his career however there is only 1 club that he has played 100 games for. Being the rock of the EFC. Defensive wall Edison Savage has proven more then his worth to EFC. and as such has made the number 1 jersey his own.
Edison Savage remains the only keeper for EFC. to have played more then 100 games for the Lions and as such has earned lifetime membership to the club.