Hattrick Masters III

From Hattrick
HM II
Tournament details
Season(s) Season 30
Teams 182 - All league and main cup winners of global season 29
Final positions
Champions Guatemala Alberto Garcia
Runner-up Estonia FC Pärtna
Semi-finalists Sweden fumpen
Italy Arezzo Galasocaray 
Tournament statistics
Top scorer Scotland Joshua Duilach
(10 goals for Guatemala Alberto Garcia)
HM 2 HM 4
Final venue
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Deutschland
: Holstein Stadion
(65 504 spectators)

The Hattrick Masters edition 3 was held from 11 September to 5 October 2006.

Match list

Week 1

  • Round 1 was played on Monday, 11 September 2006.
  • Round 2 was played on Thursday, 14 September 2006.

Week 2

  • Round 3 was played on Monday, 18 September 2006.
  • Round 4 was played on Thursday, 21 September 2006.

Week 3

Round of 16

The fifth round was played on Monday, 25 September 2006.

Country Home Result Away Country
Romania DINAMU 1-3 NK batman Slovenia
Switzerland FC Meyriez 0-3 Alberto Garcia Guatemala
Germany Husum Dreamteam 1-2 Fc Pärtna Estonia
Turkey AC Güçlükadro 2-4 Arezzo Galasocaray Italy
Bosnia & Herzegovina Vitezovi 4 (3)-(3) 3
(a.e.t.)
C Blooming Bolivia
Argentina Nekro 2 (1)-(1) 1
(a.e.t.)
smash Portugal
Sweden fumpen 6-0 Herron Singapore
Israel F.C Haifa 4-3 Stiinta United USA

Quarterfinals

The sixth round was played on Thursday, 28 September 2006.

Country Home Result Away Country
Israel F.C Haifa 0-4 Alberto Garcia Guatemala
Argentina Nekro 1-4 Arezzo Galasocaray Italy
Estonia Fc Pärtna 2-1 Vitezovi Bosnia & Herzegovina
Sweden fumpen 2-0 NK batman Slovenia

Week 4

Semi-finals

The seventh round was played on Monday, 2 October 2006.

Country Home Result Away Country
Sweden fumpen 0-9 Alberto Garcia Guatemala
Italy Arezzo Galasocaray 2 (2)-(2) 3
(a.e.t.)
Fc Pärtna Estonia


As the oldest country, Sweden has a brilliant history in the World Cups, but they have a dark history in Hattrick Masters. It seems now that the curse has been broken, and famous Fumpen made it through to round 7. Karate, the manager of Fumpen, made a very controversial decision: he decided to play with his weakest players, and thus basically forfeiting the game, to make a point toward his opponent, the soon-to-be bankrupt Alberto Garcia. Some people were very disappointed at Karate because of his decision, others supported him.

Manager of Arezzo Galasocaray, Marrundo, did everything in his power to beat the other suicide team FC Pärtna, and got very close. Arezzo were leading 2-0 but Luke Truett scored twice for Pärtna in the second half, and the game went to extra time. 2 minutes into extra time Lu Joi-Seng scored the golden goal that settled the game in FC Pärtna’s favour.

Final

The final match was played on Thursday, 5 October 2006.

As both managers were unable to log in and set the lineup before the match, the game was pretty much decided even before it started. And only 65 504 spectators bothered to show up in the huge Holstein Stadion in Germany to see Alberto Garcia from Guatemala crush FC Pärtna 4-0. Joshua Duilach scored the last goal and became the top scorer of the tournament with 10 goals.


ID Country Home Result Away Country
(96146622) Estonia Fc Pärtna 0-4 Alberto Garcia Guatemala

The final between the two ghost teams was the cause of a heated debate on the conferences though. For the third time in a row the winner of the Masters loses his team. Should it have to be necessary to sacrifice your team to win the Masters? Some people, like aglopez (the manager of Alberto Garcia) clearly think so, but most people disagree.


Top Scorers

Pos. Player Team Goals
1 Joshua Duilach Alberto Garcia 10
2 Luca Omini Arezzo Galasocaray 9
3 Juan Manuel Juárez Spojené Mlékárny 8
4 Elias Cersovsky Husum Dreamteam 8
5 Andrea Lang Arezzo Galasocaray 8
6 Sören Kärrerberg fumpen 7
7 Arnon Kolesnik F.C Haifa 7
8 Eric Gander Alberto Garcia 6
9 Primož Bukovec NK batman 6
10 Joviša Bogićević Dvorista United 6


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