Friday, 1 January 2016

PART 83: Grimsby Career Mode-FIFA 17


Premier League-Matchday 36-Saturday 14th May 2022
GRIMSBY TOWN (T.Buhagiar x2) 2 def. Sunderland (V.Lazaro) 1
Blundell Park
Crowd: 8,994

Ty Stedman-"I don't like talking too much about season-defining results but that right there today, the urgency, the desire, the will to come from behind, it shows how serious we are about our top four hopes. To be one-nil down, scoreless in nearly four games and to blast two quickfire goals to win it, that is potentially a season-defining result.

We changed up things formation wise and played a lot more smooth going forward. We had the chance to open the scoring but Daniel Sturridge's penalty was saved. They scored in the 64th minute and straight away I subbed out Ibe for Turner and the pace by the substitute down the left side was vital.

And what can you say. An 84th minute goal and 86th minute goal, both for Trent Buhagiar, it sends us back into top four contention. Trent hasn't reached the goalscoring levels he has produced in the last few years but he showed up at the most crucial time today."


Premier League-Matchday 37-Wednesday 18th May 2022
GRIMSBY TOWN (L.Rose & A.Ogbonna-OG) 2 def. West Ham United 0
Blundell Park
Crowd: 9,051 (SOLD OUT)

Ty Stedman-"What a mammoth night for the club. We came here needing a two-goal win to move into the top four and we did just that, in very testing conditions. West Ham threatened but we held them out and then produced the goods when the chances came by.

Liam Rose has been vital for us going forward. He is a holding mid but lately he's popped up on the one-two's and seems to be getting a knack for finding the net. He got the first goal and the second was inches from his foot but ended up going in off their defender. It's in our hands now. One game to go, a win will potentially take us to the Champions League."


Premier League-Matchday 38-Saturday 22nd May 2022
Norwich City 0 def by. GRIMSBY TOWN (T.Buhagiar) 1
Blundell Park
Crowd: 25,297

Ty Stedman-"It's hard to put this feeling into a few words. Disbelief really. This time last weekend we were down 1-0 to Sunderland with ten minutes to go. Now we're in the UEFA Champions League. Our season hasn't been perfect but we've produced our best football at the most crucial time of the season.

Norwich City were already relegated and a huge thank you has to go to the Canaries for extending the away section to 4,000 seats for this game. Our fans have been die-hard all season, following us all over the UK, coming to Holland and Portugal. We're a small club compared to the big dogs but we've just produced our greatest moment."

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