Managers have until 12pm on Wednesday (1 February) to submit their unwanted players.
Submissions can be made directly to the Chairman or by emailing email@example.com.
Bidding will begin for available players next Friday at the second, and final, transfer night this season at 7.30pm.
“This is the first ever Kenna event on a Friday and we’re excited,” said the Chairman, before dismissing claims that television scheduling had forced the administration’s hand.
“I must remind you that any manager found re-signing someone who has previously played for them this season will incur the Titus Bramble ruling. We look forward to finding someone who didn’t read this far.”
A clutch of top-scoring available players can be found below.
S Morison (Budgies) – 93
The Yak (Yakburn) – 90
Danny Graham (Swans) – 87
Holt (Budgies) – 78
Helguson (QPR) – 77
Richardson (Mackems) – 62
Ryan Taylor (Toon) – 62
J Allen (Swans) – 54
Formica (Blackburn) – 52
Jordi Gomez (Wigan) – 51
Heitinga (Everton) – 49
Bardsley (Mackems) – 44
Hibbert (Everton) – 43
Senderos (Fulham) – 43
McAuley (WBA) – 43
Lindegaard (Man U) – 39
Like Paul Daniels’ circular saw, the Canesten Combi Cup group stages almost ended the magic.
Seven of the eight teams to qualify for the quarter finals are in riding high in the top half of the league.
It was left to Hairy Fadjeetas to tear up the form book and represent the bottom half.
Despite losing their final group game to Vasco De Beauvoir, Fadjeetas edged through by a whisker on goal difference.
The Bikini Lane faithful will be glued to their radios live for next Friday night’s transfer window, when their side will be drawn in the knock-out stages.
The team have struggled this term with Andrey Asharvin and Fernando Torres performances leaving them in danger of going down.
“With our lacklustre efforts in the league and our marquee signings failing to make an impact, we need the Canesten Combi,” said the Fadjeetas boss to his local pharmacist.
“The other seven teams are all strong and we’ll have some pretty stiff competition to deal with, but I can tell them that now we’ll take some licking if they want to get through.”
Even with Rooney and Dzeko doing their best Shrek and Donkey impression up front, FC Testiculadew dominate the Kenna.
The club now enjoy an 82-point lead atop the league.
Attacking midfielder Clint Dempsey was the hip hop superstar a fortnight past.
‘Deuce’ the goal robot popped up again with another player-of-week hat-trick.
Two assists from Shaun Wright-Phillips, one from Marouane Fellaini and a John O’Shea clean sheet completed the rout.
“I’ve put off this kind of talk so far, but now I’ve got one hand on that tax-free prize money come May,” said the FCT boss, or ‘Monsieur Pickles Quarte-vingts’ as he’s known at the gaming tables of the principality.
The Polonia Forsyth manager has issued a startling battle cry after her team dropped to their lowest ever Kenna position.
Since they entered the league in 2008, the term ‘dropzone’ was only used at the club as players’ slang for the manager’s office.
Defensive worries have left them one spot off the bottom.
“I’m not going to stand here and get pummelled in the rear every week. I’m tired of these flaccid performances. You lot need to stiffen up and start pumping them in,” innuendoed the Polonia gaffer through an open trapdoor at the club’s Roger Hole training ground.
As part of an unorthodox training schedule, the Polonia first team spend all their time except match days locked in a soundproof ‘recovery’ area underneath Roger Hole wearing nothing but polyester, leopard-print thongs, stiff collars and bow ties.
“Food. We need food,” said Verdan Corluka.
Barely 19 days since a two-footed lambasting from these very pages, Headless Chickens have answered critics on the pitch.
Leon Best, Shane Long and Gamst Pedersen were singled out for their meagre contribution to Chickens’ trifling goal tally.
All three players scored this week.
Theo Walcott also netted, putting Chickens one rung up the golden boot league to third from bottom.
“People view me now as a competent Kenna manager and at the end of my tenure here when ever that might be I would like to think they will think of me as a great Kenna manager,” flapped the Chickens boss, sounding remarkably like a Welshman in Queen’s Park.
Helped by a returning-to-form Edin Dzeko goal, the leaders moved 40 points clear of the mêlée.
The Thieving Magpies manager has admitted that he can no longer go out in the local area because of the fear of meeting some of the club’s disgruntled fans.
With ‘Pies currently sitting bottom of the Kenna and facing the prospect of making more signings like Gabriel Obertan in the transfer window, supporters have vented their anger at the manager for most of the season.
Despite showing loyalty to the club since the Kenna began in 2005, the ‘Pies boss admitted that possible clashes with angry supporters has kept him from going out socially around the outfit’s Tin Foil Street ground.
“It’s sad really,” said the ‘Pies gaffer. “I live in the area but I don’t go out there because I can’t. You just never know who you might run into. I hope the situation changes and over Christmas it did feel like things were improving.
“I don’t go anywhere feeling any fear but, unfortunately, you never know where a flashpoint might occur,” he told Jeff All News.
Two teams qualified to the knockout stages of the Cannestan Combi Cup with a game to spare.
The last group game results will be published in a fortnight. Here are the permutations:
If two teams finish the group stage on equal cup points and points difference, then whoever won the game between those two teams will go through. If that game was a draw, then the team with the most points ‘For’ will be deemed to be ahead.
If two teams finish with the same cup points, points difference, ‘For’ points and they drew their fixture, a tie break at the transfer night will decide the winner.
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