The Fourth Season for Beercelona was marred by inconsistency. At times brilliant and at times woeful the results told a story of a team learning to gel, getting over the hangover of the players they lost and stepping out of their shadows to forge their own way. It was a season of rebuilding, welcoming back Hall from injury, welcoming two new full timers and enlisting the help of a gradate from the Academy for the first time in almost a a season and a half. To aid with the transition Hannah was abe to call upon Leon Elliot and Andrew Butt on short term loans.
After losing players and staring down the barrel of more short term contract issues in the upcoming season manager Peter Hannah brought in David Slocum and Alex Sandor to try to create some long term stability. Both signings were a great success, with Sandor a constant box-to-box presence and Slocum a keen attacking threat that saw him collect the player and goal of the season gongs. Defensively the team continued to look solid although there was a more attacking bent to their play which resulted in both higher scoring victories and worse losses than the season before. Such inconsistency led to them attaining ten points and finishing in the same position as the season before rather than improving all that much. Teenager Paul Joseph won the goal of the season award with a thunderous left footed half volley from distance. Matthew Gibson burst forth from the academy and gave fans a glimpse of the player he would grow into in the following season.
|Gavin Webber||Stephen Squibbs||Peter Hannah|
|David Slocum||Alex Sandor||Mackenzie Sanborn|
|Joe Hart||Paul Joseph||Connor Hall|
|Diego Cordero||Matt Gibson|
LEAGUE RECORD Edit
|Beercelona||5||0||Denn Jonn FC|
Player Statistics Edit