Beddows Defies Top 100 Authorities breaking rules galore as Samp partied as they played in Season 18 – late into the night – masses of alcohol and mistakes – but most importantly with great levels of entertainment! The Division’s 5th highest scorers and 5th worst defence delighted to finish joint 12th in Season 19!
BREAKING NEWS from the Italian Port City of Genoa this morning as a dishevelled and scruffy looking Beddows signed a new 3 season contract despite admin not agreeing – this was after partying all night with Balotelli, Nmecha and co to celebrate finishing 13th (joint 12th in reality) and achieving next seasons contract already! In Season 17 we finished 15th so progress clearly being made.
But according to contract guru Dan Wallace – achieving your season 3 target in season 2 does not mean free season – so Beddows will have to work hard again next season. So Beddows’ response to give himself another 3 season contract anyway to bat away speculation of him moving to Manchester United.
The end of S17 capture of Nmecha and Forsberg critical to this seasons success where we were vying for play offs for a decent amount of time before falling away – between them they got Nmecha (11 goals, 16 assists) and Forsberg (14 goals, 11 assists) – so 25 of our goals or almost 50% of the teams total!
“We love our little project here at Samp! We have built a far from spectacular side – but a side with some strong assets and plenty of players who will rise. We will look at the side over the coming days and list a few who we may consider moving on – but last night we fielded
A side we an average age of 25 – 11 of the 18 will rise and the others should all be safe – arguably the full backs might get +1s too to be fair.”
“and with the experience of these 7 above we are in a good position – De Silverstri is a club legend – like Thuram he has been here since I joined – 299 first team appearances for him – a magnificent servant.”
The Samp Season 18 Youth side has also been regenerated again – with Beddows scouring the market for 20 years and under players that Samp can develop. Next seasons youth side is looking like this – 5 of whom were captured post Youth Cup exit – and a few others in the season – 12 of that 18 were bought in externally and have good first team minutes and most are youth internationals for their respective countries! Then we have a clutch of 22-23 years olds including Ribeiro Alexsandro – now getting first team minutes at Lille and Colpani at Monza – the future is looking decent! Next season survival needed again!