Ferentillese

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Ferentillese (1733092)
HT-User: Ichabod-Crane
Country:  Italia
Region: Lazio
Prize shelf: Division X.PNG Division IX.PNG Division VIII.PNG Division VII.PNG Division VI.PNG Division VI.PNG Division VI.PNG Division V.PNG
Arena: Salto del cieco (54 400)
Series: IV.14
Fan club: 2 648 [season 65]

Ferentillese (1733092) is a team of Hattrick. It was founded by Ichabod-Crane in October 2nd 2009, when he started is career taking the team nxs all stars from the former owner, albyynxs. Its name derives from the italian city "Ferentillo" [1]: the strange mind of his creator made Ferentillese a team of italian region Lazio [2], although the real region of the city is Umbria [3].

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History[edit]

The beginning[edit]

In the first season of its history (season number 40), Ferentillese had to face up to a lot of difficulties, above all the inexperience of its manager, Ichabod-Crane, that made several mistakes: first of all, the expensive extension works at the stadium, Salto del cieco, that were useless and obstructed the reinforcement of the team with strong players; secondly, the mistakes in purchase of players: Ferentillese bought several useless players (only two of them remained in following seasons), in some cases with only a good level in passing. However, the season was very difficult also for the strenght of the leader of results in XI.2069, Mianonnainscufia a.c.. At the end of that season, Ferentillese arrived at the third position, behind Mianonnainscufia a.c. and napoli4ever84.

The training[edit]

The first skill trained in Ferentillese was defense, since the season 40 to the season 44. At the end of that season, the first change, with training set pieces.

  • In the season 45 Ferentillese started the training of playmaking.
  • In the season 49 Ferentillese started the training of crossing.
  • In the season 52 Ferentillese started the training of passing.
  • In the season 53 Ferentillese came back to playmaking.

In the pauses Ferentillese often made the training of set pieces.

Historical matches[edit]

There are several important matches in the history of Ferentillese. The first one was Mianonnainscufia a.c. - Ferentillese [4], played in season 40. In this match, Ferentillese with a fantastic use of MOTS succeeded in scoring a 0-3 in the first half, with the goals of Rian van der Ven, Przemysław Czerwieniec, that played in Ferentillese again in season 43, and of the young player Carlos Andrés Álvarez. It was useless, because the match ended 4-3 for the league winner, Mianonnainscufia a.c., that won all the matches of the league, having troubles only in that situation.

Another very important match was Panicoteca F.C. - Ferentillese [5], played during the season 43. This match, finished with a great victory of Panicoteca (4-0), broke the record of victories in a row (26) and of matches without defeats in a row (27) of Ferentillese: the score was influenced by the use of MOTS two weeks before, for the match s.c.c. giugliano - Ferentillese [6].

One of the most unlucky matches of Ferentillese's history was a.c. killer - Ferentillese 1 - 1 [7], played during the season 41. It was a very important match to decide the second team of the results. Three players injured, like the forward Dieter Koenig, and two players expelled, Adrià Deulovol and Tomi Hakala, for Ferentillese, that didn't succeed in winning, arriving at 3rd position in the final results and remaining in IX serie.

Recapitulation season by season[edit]

Global Season League Coppa Italia Hattrick Masters Trophies
40 3rd in XI.2069 [8] - - -
41 3rd in X.3575 [9] - - -
42 1st in X.3575 [10] - - Division X.PNG
43 1st in IX.133 [11] - - Division IX.PNG
44 5th in VIII.1022 [12] 1th round - -
45 5th in VIII.1022 [13] 1th round - -
46 1st in VIII.1022 [14] 1th round - Division VIII.PNG
47 1st in VII.178 [15] 1th round - Division VII.PNG
48 3rd in VI.28 [16] 2nd round - -
49 1st in VI.28 [17] 5th round -

Division VI.PNG

50 2nd in VI.28 [18] 3rd round - -
51 3rd in VI.28 [19] 4th round - -
52 2nd in VI.28 [20] 3rd round - -
53 4th in VI.28 [21] 4th round - -
54 2nd in VI.28 [22] 6th round - -
55 2nd in VI.28 [23] 5th round - -
56 3rd in VI.28 [24] 2nd round - -
57 1st in VI.28 [25] 2nd round - Division VI.PNG
58 5th in V.166 [26] 1st round - -
59 7th in V.166 [27] 3rd round - Freccia giù.jpg
60 3rd in VI.950 [28] 2nd round - -
61 1st in VI.950 [29] 3rd round - Division VI.PNG
62 3rd in V.187 [30] 2nd round - -
63 6th in V.187 [31] 2nd round - -
64 5th in V.187 [32] 5th round - -
65 1st in V.187 [33] 4th round - Division V.PNG
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67 ??? in Y.XXX [-] ??? ??? ???
68 ??? in Y.XXX [-] ??? ??? ???
69 ??? in Y.XXX [-] ??? ??? ???

Team records[edit]

  • In 16th October 2010, the 10th week of season 43, Ferentillese reached 26 victories in a row, and 27 matches without defeats in a row. Record broken in the following week, during the match Panicoteca F.C. - Ferentillese 4 - 0 (288367063)
  • Record of home matches won in a row: 14 victories.
  • Record of home invincibility: 14 matches without defeats in a row
  • In 29th April 2017, the 15th week of season 64, the goalkeeper Sergio Pagliarello reached the record of 469 minutes without goals conceded. (603636540)
    • In 03rd December 2011, the 5th week of season 47, the goalkeeper Elías Mena reached the record of 428 minutes without goals conceded.
  • The first largest victory in an away match was Squadra di Dopolavoristi-Ferentillese, in the 1st week of season 60: the result was 0-13[34]
    • The second largest victory in an away match was Squadra di Dopolavoristi - Ferentillese, in the 1st week of season 64: the result was 0-12 (597779778)
    • The third largest victory in an away match was Sporting Linate-Ferentillese, in the 14th week of season 57: the result was 0-11 [35]
    • The fourth largest victory in an away match was SS Warriors Team-Ferentillese, in the 9th week of season 46: the result was 0-10 [36]
    • The fifth largest victory in an away match was Vucinic-Ferentillese, in the 2nd week of season 42: the result was 0-7 [37].
  • The worst loss in a home match was Ferentillese - Mianonnainscufia a.c., in the 4th week of season 40: the result was 1-6 (240626167)
  • In season 42 Ferentillese reached its record of victories in the same season: 14 victories in 14 matches of championship [38].
  • Record of goals scored in the same season: 62, in season 42 [39]. This record was defeated in season 57, when Ferentillese scored 65 goals [40].
  • In the season 65, Ferentillese reached its greatest number of supporters: 2 648 supporters.
  • The most expensive purchase was made on 24th December 2016, during the season 63: Bruno Linzalone was bought for € 2.708.000.
    • The second most expensive purchase was made on 26th July 2016, during the season 62: Tomas Casco was bought for € 2.004.000.
    • The third most expensive purchase was made on 02nd January 2017, during the season 63: Emidio Cerrato was bought for € 1.894.000.
    • The fourth most expensive purchase was made on 26th May 2012, during the season 48: Junior La Hoz was bought for € 1.870.000.
    • The fifth most expensive purchase was made on 04th June 2011, during the season 45: Jörgen Eriksson was bought for € 1.836.000.
  • In season 64, Bruno Linzalone scored 7 goals in the cup match "Squadra di Dopolavoristi - Ferentillese 0 - 12 " (597779778)

Main players that played in Ferentillese[edit]

Players records (season 65)[edit]

Played competitive matches record (season 65)[edit]

Position Player name Seasons Championship matches Cup Matches Total matches
1st Rian van der Ven 40 - 65 262** 78 340
2nd Giovanni Attico 44 - 65 255**** 83 338
3rd Bastian Wülfing 45 - 65 241**** 80 321
4th Adriano Colonna 42 - 63 204* 58 262
5th Felkert Schaafsma 40 - 65 169* 48 217
6th Battista Ressa 48 - 65 155** 53 208
7th Marco Giotto 49 - 65 136** 58 194
8th Junior La Hoz 48 - 60 102* 29 131
9th Daniel Löberbauer 53-65 96* 35 131
10th Juan Alfonso Trumbull 51-59 97* 33 130
11th Laurent Villeroy 53-65 80 41 121
11th - - - - -
  • * = Number of Qualifier matches played

Goals in competitive matches record (season 65)[edit]

Position Player name Seasons Championship goals Cup goals Total goals
1st Rian van der Ven 40 - 65 71 33 104
2nd Giovanni Attico 44 - 65 69** 34 103
3rd Nevio Saltelli 60-65 73** 24 97
4th Bastian Wülfing 45 - 65 66** 15 81
5th Laurent Villeroy 53 - 65 50 26 76
6th Junior La Hoz 48 - 60 45 16 61
7th Daniel Löberbauer 53 - 65 46* 14 60
8th Adriano Colonna 42 - 63 36 16 52
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  • * = One goal in Qualifier matches
  • ** = Two goals in Qualifier matches

Retired numbers[edit]

  • 7 (24-01-2016)

Supporters[edit]

  • 1985bruno
  • alexargento83
  • Varerhaus
  • ilgoma19