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SEASON 2013/14 | 9TH NOVEMBER 2013

LOUGHBOROUGH UNIVERSITY V CONTINENTAL STAR

Loughborough university FC Loughborough university stadium Proud members of the midland football alliance:

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in this issue...

Loughborough university FootbaLL Footba LL Sport Development Centre, Sir John Beckwith Centre for Sport, Loughborough University, Leicestershire LE11 3TU Chairman StuartMcLaren McLaren Chairman Stuart Secretary Margaret Secretary MargretFolwell Folwell Treasurer Ruth Goodfield Treasurer Ruth Goodfield Vice President Graham Herring Vice PresidentGordon Graham Herring Vice President Watson Vice President Gordon Watson

Head Coach Stuart McLaren Assistant Coach Chris Cushion Head Coach Stuart McLaren Player/Assistant Coach Josh Burge Physiotherapist Nick Punchard Assistant Coach Chris Cushion Sport Scientist Matthew Prestridge

Player/Assistant Coach Josh Burge Physiotherapist Punchard Programme EditorNick George Martindale Contributors Alistair Jackson,Prestridge Marie Sport Scientist Matthew

Fryman-Kunert, Rob Armstrong, Chris Kerr Programme Design Programme Editor George Martindale Natalie Kaye Goldsmith Design & Print University Loughborough & Loughborough DesignUniversity and Print Servicesand Print Services Design Print Loughborough University Design and Print Services

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10 ALUMNI INTERVIEW

Manager Stuart McLaren welcomes you to the Loughborough University Stadium for this clash with Continental Star.

We caught up with ex-Loughborough and current Carlisle player, Leon McSweeney to talk about his memories of Loughborough

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Website: www.loughboroughsport.com/ football /loughboroughfootball @lborofootball

A brief look at the history of our opponents today, Continental Star. 7 SPOTLIGHT This week the spotlight is on Business Management & Transport student Jack Beckett. 8 MATCH REPORT On Tuesday evening Loughborough were knocked out of the cup after a 1-0 defeat at home to Quorn.

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1 POPPING THE BUBBLE This week Rob Armstrong discusses the issues of diving in the modern game. 14 LEAGUE TABLE Midland Football Alliance League table. 15 FIXTURES & RESULTS 16 SQUAD

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welcome

stuart MCLaren head CoaCh I’m not going to lie to you, it’s been a tough week. Defeat at Tipton last week has been followed up by the loss of our opportunity to win the League Cup for an unprecedented 3rd consecutive time and a 1-0 reverse in our BUCS match with Nottingham on Wednesday.

but the Nottingham goalkeeper made some terrific saves.

So we find ourselves in something of a form slump, at least in terms of results, which only goes to prove how much things can turn around in the space of a week. Previously we had I wrote in Tuesday’s programme about last beaten Westfields 5-2 and Stirling Uni 2-1 Saturday’s match at Tipton and unfortunately we away from home and were in a confident mood. carried a little of that performance into the 1st The challenge for us now is to ensure that we half against Quorn in the League Cup. I have to maintain that confidence and belief after the say that the response from the players in the 2nd week we’ve had. half was absolutely superb with even the Quorn coaching staff commenting that we deserved to Knowing the players like I do, and knowing all the at least draw level in the tie. That said, we still work that has been done on the training field over didn’t make the most of some good situations in a long period of time I’m confident that we will and around the Quorn goal and that was a little rise to that challenge. frustrating. In other related news I’m delighted to confirm On Wednesday we faced a that we have secured a fixture against a Swindon very determined Nottingham Town XI on Tuesday the 17th of December. The side who were keen to match will kick off at 2pm with either the stadium avenge our 6-0 triumph pitch or Holywell 4 (middle tier of the pitches over them in last season’s behind the stadium) will be used for the match. BUCS Final and at the same Keep an eye out in future editions or on the time get their first win of website and social media for more information the season. We had a large closer to the date. amount of possession and found it difficult at times to break down their Enjoy the match. resistance. We did manage Stuart McLaren. to create a few chances, particularly in the 1st half

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opposition

CONTINENTAL STAR Continental Star FC was founded in 1973 in the Lozells area of Birmingham under the name of Villa Star by Orville Broomfield. The current name was eventually adopted two years later and in 1981 the club joined the Birmingham Works League and worked their way up from Division 4B to the Premier Division over many seasons. In 1993 the decision was made to step up to the Midland Combination, initially in Division Three, but within four seasons they had been promoted to the Premier Division, where they remained until gaining promotion to the Midland Alliance in 2012. Continental Star is a beacon for many players from the inner city areas of Birmingham and, despite its humble beginnings, now boasts 15 football sides. These 15 sides range from a veterans side all the way down to ‘Mini-movers’, a session aimed at children aged between three and six years old. As well as its strong male set up, the club also has a strong ladies side.

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The club works hard to be more than just a football club and, as a result, also works as a social enterprise and a registered charity. The clubs work is strong felt in the community and they offer a number of community services from after-school homework clubs for disadvantaged young people to women’s help groups to provide support and advice to unemployed and lone parents. In addition to this, the club also offers intervention support to young individuals in schools. As grassroots B.A.M.E (Black Asian & Minority Ethnic) advisors to the FA and the Kick It Out campaign, Continental Star are at the forefront of a continually changing and multicultural footballing society. PREVIOUS RESULTS Saturday 2nd November: Highgate United 6-1 Continental Star Saturday 26th October: Dunkirk 0-0 Continental Star Saturday 19th October: Highgate United 6-1 Continental Star

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spotlight

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What is your best moment/memory as part of the club? Progressing from

Born - Grantham Position - Midfield Height - 5ft 11ins Weight - 80kg Year of Study - Final Degree Studying Business Management & Transport

football development. Not only were they supportive in the fact that they travelled up and down the country to watch me play, they always wanted the best for me. Sunday morning trips at 6am to Middlesbrough or Norwich were an example of how devoted they were.

What is the biggest asset you have as a player?I would like to think I

What is the hardest thing about being part of Loughborough University FC? To maintain

success, to win the BUCS League/Final, am relatively equalled footed – all the the freshers (u19 side) to the 1st League practice annoying the neighbours against Midland Alliance or League, and to live up to the expectations that come hand in hand with the as well as the Midland Alliance League the wall may have worked! football club, winning repeatedly. Cup, which, at the time, was the highest sporting achievement for the club. How do you manage to balance the

If you hadn’t chosen to come to university what would you be doing now? I think I would be a tradesman. I

would have liked to have a collection of trades with the view to being a property developer.

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life of a student with your football?

It is very difficult at times. As a person I like to have a plan and be organised so effective time management is the key to coping to the demands of my studies and sport. I set myself targets to achieve, so I know when I have football I can switch off from work and enjoy playing.

What are your plans for when you leave university? Do you hope to pursue a career in the game? I certainly aim to continue playing

football upon my graduation, in what context, I am unsure. I had the chance to play semi – professionally during industrial placement last year and hope to play at the highest possible standard I can.

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MATCH REPORT MATCH REPORT LOUGHBOROUGH UNIVERSITY (0) QUORN FC (1) - 5/11/13

Loughborough were knocked out in the second round of the League Cup on Tuesday night as they lost out 1-0 in a tight game to local rivals, Quorn FC. Having won the cup the last two years in a row the side were hoping for an unprecedented third win on the bounce, but the loss in the early stages of the competition came as quite a shock. McLaren’s men got off to a sluggish start, gifting the majority of possession and the control of the game to the visitors early on. Luckily, Quorn were not fashioning many clear-cut chances either, despite the best efforts of their lively striker, Liam Read. The best chance came for the visitors when their captain Jimmy Dodd headed narrowly wide from a corner. This was an early warning for the Loughborough defence, one they did not heed. They paid the full price from the next corner when Quorn defender, Sam Young got himself another free header from a Karl Whymark corner and headed well it into the bottom corner. Loughborough were clearly rattled by the goal and were struggling to string together their normal passing moves. As a result they played themselves into a trouble a few times and gifted Quorn chances, but fortunately Quorn were unable to capitalise on these and the

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teams went into half time with the score at 1-0 to the visitors. The first half had certainly been one Loughborough would wish to quickly forget but they quickly turned their performance around in the second half. Half time tactical changes quickly paid dividends as Loughborough dominated proceedings early in the second half. A good chance fell to Jack Emmett just inside the box, but he was unable to keep his thundering half-volley down. The introduction of winger Tristan Dunkley seemed to make a difference, as Loughborough continued to pile on the pressure in the second half. A penalty area scramble, nearly saw defender Daniel Wilkinson poke it home, but his shot was blocked on the line. Loughborough’s build up play was

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continuing to flow as the second half continued, however they frequently lacked a man in the box to get on the end of their intricate passing moves. However, Quorn were still a viable threat on the break but Loughborough looked the more likely to score. In the closing moments of the game, right-back Sam Minihan saw red for a frustrated lunging challenge and that was to be the final action of the game as the referee blew for the end of the game and the end of Loughborough’s defence of the cup. After the game coach Stuart McLaren spoke of his disappointment with the result: “It would have been terrific for the programme to achieve something that no-one else has and to win it three times in a row. It’s obviously disappointing to go out the competition but you have to be realistic about it: the first half performance wasn’t quite up to our usual level.” “I had some words with the lads at half time and I think the response was terrific. We took the game to Quorn, controlled it and did some more of the things that we had been asking for in training. We had a couple of opportunities from headers, and with slightly better finishing we would have at leasttaken the game to extra time.” “On Saturday we are at home again, and it’s another opportunity for us to start putting some results together. We’d had a good little run up until the Tipton game, so Saturday’s another chance for us to redeem ourselves, if we continue on the way we played in the second half we will be fine.” McLaren’s full interview is available to smartphone users by scanning this code

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spotlight

ALUMNI INTERVIEW WITH

LEON MCSWEENEY Current Club – Carlisle United FC Past Clubs - Leyton Orient, Hartlepool United, Stockport County, Cork City, Ilkeston Town, Hednesford Town, Hucknall Town, Leicester City, Cork City. Years of Study - 2004/2007 Degree Studied - Geography with Sport/Leisure Management

Why did you choose to study at Loughborough? After being released by Leicester City in 2003 I felt I needed a plan B to fall back on in case my football career petered out so I enrolled at the university in 2004 whilst continuing to play non-league football on the side to help pay my way. How tempted were you to not go to university and continue to pursue a career as a footballer? I became quite disillusioned with football upon my release from Leicester and wasn’t able to secure a contract in the football league so I knew if I was to go down the route of non-league and the hope of being picked up by a pro club then I needed something more substantial to go with it, hence my decision to go to Loughborough. Where do you think you would be now had you not gone to university? I think had I not gone to university then I would have headed back to play for Cork City where I originally played before my move to Leicester.

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How key is a good university football programme in enabling players to go professional after graduation? I think it’s key, in my time at Loughborough we were very much a professional outfit, our training was well structured and when you couple that with playing outside the university with a non-league team then you found yourself training daily, often with two games a week so as you can imagine fitness levels were of a very high level. How did it feel to come on and play at Wembley for Stockport/particularly to win? That feeling to play at Wembley in front of 38000 in a play-off final was immense and then to win was beyond a dream, I can’t fully describe how proud I felt and how satisfying it was especially after the footballing journey I took to get there.

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Do you think you will make use of your degree once you retire? What are your plans? I’m pretty sure it will come in handy; I’m also undertaking my coaching badges and doing a nutrition course at the minute so I want to be well equipped for whatever it is I decide to do. Just how rare is it for Football League players to have degrees? Are you in a minority? Although I still think it’s a rarity, it’s something that’s thankfully on the increase due to the uncertainty of a football career and the support given to players through the PFA. Do you tend to bump into many exLoughborough players/staff on your travels as a professional footballer? I’ve been fortunate to play against both Robbie Simpson and Bradley Pritchard with whom I won the BUSA championship with so that was quite an enjoyable experience and obviously great to catch up. Also, I recently caught up with Jack Robinson (again a former Loughborough team mate) who is now academy goalkeeper coach at Man Utd and also crossed paths with my old Loughborough director of football Malcolm Shotton who was a big influence on me enrolling at Loughborough. What is your favourite moment/ memory from being part of the setup at Loughborough? There’s quite a few to be honest, I was lucky to win two BUSA championships with some great lads

but beating UW Swansea in penalties in my first year and winning man of the match is a special memory and the celebrations were a joke. What do you miss most about Loughborough University F.C? I miss the camaraderie and banter the most. In every sense of the word we were a team both on and off the pitch and I met some top, top lads. How did you view the world of professional football when you were a student? How/if has that now changed? I suppose I viewed professional football as an industry that chewed me up and spat me out and I was quite bitter about that for a long while but I suppose this is what drove me to prove that I was deserving of an opportunity to ply my trade in the football league. While I still feel it’s a very cut throat industry, I feel very grateful and privileged that I do what I love as a job. What advice what you give the lads coming through now who aspire to emulate what you have done and pursue a career in professional football? Apart from the usual clichés of working hard and being dedicated etc. which should be a given, I would just say if you believe you’re good enough then do everything in your control to give yourself the best chance and the rest will look after itself.

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popping the bubble

POPPING THE BUBBLE

“GET UP!”

Manchester United’s 0-0 draw at Real Sociedad this week was marred by more than just a dissatisfactory performance. It was a game they would have expected to win and a game they should have won. They had a hatful of chances that should have been scored, none more so than the penalty which was gained by Ashley Young, once more in a controversial manner. Yet again replays show Young to have gone to the floor far easier than one would naturally fall, and as such he has faced another onrush of criticism for his dishonest antics. He has faced scrutiny several times in recent years and has gained unfortunate renown for being the most prolific British diver. However, he is by no means alone in having been accused of cheating. Last year’s PFA player of the year and now £86million man Gareth Bale was the subject of similar accusations last

year, having been booked numerous times for the offence. Steven Gerrard is no stranger to the art of simulation and last year many spectators nearly died with laughter as even Phil Neville tried to get in on the act whilst playing for Everton. The trait has often been attributed to foreigners playing in England. The foreign imports are often used as a scapegoat for our own players’ diving, but it is nothing new. Jurgen Klinsmann is often given the dubious honour of having introduced diving into the Premier League, a claim which he hardly did his best to deny, adopting a now infamous ‘swan dive’ celebration. However last year only Serie A had more instances in which a player was punished for diving. Seeing prominent British players such as Young, Bale and Gerrard diving – not to mention leading foreign players in the league such as (most

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notably) Luis Suarez – would suggest that perhaps our league is not as tough and honest as we suspect it is.

you can’t beat them, join them” may just be too tempting and too easy than just stamping it out of the game.

Diving is something that at grass roots every player is told they should be ashamed of. Many a Sunday morning has had the peaceful silence broken by a primal yell of “GET UP, It’s a man’s game!” after the only player on the pitch audacious enough to wear white boots has been booted three feet into the air. Even as high as the Midland Football Alliance there is a great emphasis on physicality and asserting yourself in the game both through strength and resilience as well as technique and skill. Yet elsewhere in the world diving is seen as something of a skill in itself. If you can win a foul of your opponent it makes you clever and cunning, as opposed to conniving and cowardly. It is a cynical a trait as one can imagine. It is a trait that, in layman’s terms, is just lying.

However, in an ideal world diving can take a well deserved, hefty boot up the rear end and out of the game. The biggest obstacle to its removal, unfortunately, is getting a universal (or at least a European) punishment applied. Other nations have other perspectives on the issue, and at the moment a dive is only punishable by a yellow card. This has not scared off the cheats sufficiently.

Time and time again however we see young players such as Neymar falling at the slightest hint of contact and being rewarded with free kicks, whereas so often we hear commentators describing players as being “too honest” in the box and not being rewarded with penalties after staying on their feet. It riles up something inside every English spectator to suggest that the cheats will prosper, and nowhere in the world is such a fierce and vitriolic reaction provoked by the inclination that a player may be feigning an injury for the benefit of their team. However, one fears it may just be a matter of time before our coaches advocate this kind of behaviour in youngsters. The old adage of “If

Last year in the Premier League there were 34 bookings for diving, this year so far there have been 5. By all accounts the referees in England are wary of divers and as such players like Young, Bale and Suarez seem to suffer from their reputations. Even still, diving remains a frequent presence. If UEFA could make the penalty for simulation greater, for example a red card or a hefty fine/ban then perhaps we may finally see some more integrity from attacking players in the penalty area. It is an issue which causes wide scale uproar upon every instance. If such an instance were to occur today the offender will likely be castigated for the remainder of the match. It is surprising that such loathsome habit should still exist, given the whole hearted disapproval from all corners of the game. The fault does not lie just with foreign players, and it should not just be dismissed as their problem – the solution will have to be global if we are to ever rid football of the divers.

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opposition league table

HOME AWAY League tabLe TEAM

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D

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W

D

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1

Tividale

12

6

0

0

6

0

0

12

0

0

36

28 36

0

2

Highgate United

15

7

1

0

4

1

2

11

2

2

46 22 24 35

0

3

Quorn

15

6

2

0

4

1

2

10

3

2

36 11 25 33

0

4

Boldmere St. Michaels

13

7

0

0

3

1

2

10

1

2

33 17 16 31

0

5

Causeway United

14

4

0

1

4

2

3

8

2

4

27 21

6

26

0

6

Alvechurch

14

4

0

2

4

1

3

8

1

5

26 26

0

25

0

7

Coleshill Town

14

3

4

2

3

1

1

6

5

3

32 17 15 23

0

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Tipton Town

11

6

1

0

0

1

3

6

2

3

22 13

9

20

0

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Loughborough University

14

2

3

2

3

1

3

5

4

5

26 27

-1

19

0

10 Westfields

15

2

0

5

3

3

2

5

3

7

25 21

4

18

0

11 AFC Wulfrunians

12

3

1

1

2

2

3

5

3

4

26 23

3

18

0

12 Shepshed Dynamo

14

4

1

2

1

2

4

5

3

6

23 20

3

18

0

13 Stourport Swifts

14

5

1

2

0

2

4

5

3

6

23 25

-2

18

0

14 Coventry Sphinx

12

3

1

1

2

1

4

5

2

5

16 17

-1

17

0

15 Dunkirk

12

3

1

1

1

2

4

4

3

5

22 19

3

15

0

16 Walsall Wood

14

1

2

4

3

1

3

4

3

7

14 17

-3

15

0

17 Kirby Muxloe

12

3

0

4

2

0

3

5

0

7

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-5

15

0

18 Heath Hayes

16

3

2

3

0

2

6

3

4

9

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13

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19 Gornal Athletic

16

0

3

4

3

0

6

3

3

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12

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20 Rochester

15

1

1

5

1

2

5

2

3

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21 Continental Star

14

2

0

5

0

1

6

2

1

11 21 46

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22 Heather St. Johns

16

1

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5

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Fixtures

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DATE

AUGUST

OPPOSITION

JANUARY

Saturday 3rd

Heath Hayes

2-2

JW, TD

Thursday 2nd

Heather St. Johns

Tuesday 6th

Shepshed Dynamo

2-1

AW, CM

Saturday 11th

Coleshill Town

Saturday 10th

Alvechurch

2-2

CM,AW

Saturday 18th

Boldmere St Michaels

Tuesday 13th

Dunkirk FC

3-1

TD

Tuesday 21st

Kirby Muxloe

Saturday 17th

Highgate United

3-0

Saturday 25th

Tividale

Saturday 24th

Gornal Athletic

1-2

JW

Tuesday 28th

Dunkirk

Monday 26th

Heather St. Johns

3-1

TD X3

Saturday 31st

Desborough Town

4-2

JH,TD,JW,GN

FEBRUARY Saturday 1st

Stourport Swifts

SEPTEMBER

Saturday 8th

Rocester

Saturday 7th

Stourport Swifts

2-1

KK, DD

Saturday 15th

Heath Hayes

Saturday 21st

Walsall Wood

1-1

KK

Saturday 22nd

Gornal Athletic

Saturday 28th

Tividale

1-2

JB

MARCH

OCTOBER

Saturday 1st

Causeway United

Saturday 5th

Causeway United

3-1

KK, JP,JE

Saturday 8th

Alvechurch

Saturday 12th

AFC Wulfrunians

2-2

JP X2

Saturday 15th

Coventry Sphinx

Saturday 26th

Westfields

5-2

KK, MH, SM, JW, AW

Saturday 22nd

Tipton Town

Saturday 29th

AFC Wulfrunians

NOVEMBER Saturday 2nd

Tipton Town

Saturday 9th

Continental Star

Saturday 30th

Highgate United

DECEMBER Saturday 7th

Rocester

Saturday 14th

Walsall Wood

Saturday 21st

Continental Star

Thursday 26th

Quorn

Saturday 28th

Shepshed Dynamo

1-1

APRIL Saturday 5th

Westfields

Saturday 12th

Coleshill Town

Saturday 19th

Kirby Muxloe

Saturday 21st

Quorn

Saturday 26th

Boldmere St Michaels

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