Round 15 Review of One Future Football

The fans of One Future Football were not disappointed in Round 15 with 22 goals flying in across the six games.

We’ll start in Brazil where Brasil Amazonia hammered Naija United 4-0 which saw the Nigerian club sack manager Julius Martins. Martins becomes the first coach to lose his job in 1FF after a poor season and a half with the Lagos club. Amazonia were devastating with Thiago Barros and Andrea Olivieri both bagging a brace. Naija announced that captain Charles Ogude will be in charge until the end of the season. 

The game of the round was in Jakarta where Inter Nusantara and Manhattan drew 3-3. Segara Biru scored in added time, his second, to get a point for the home side who also had Amirul Abu Bakar on the scoresheet. Luca Johnson scored two and missed an early penalty for Manhattan. Jose Alcantar also found the net. Nusantara are still on top. 

Their nearest challengers Paris St-Denis were beaten 1-0 at home by South London United. United’s French playmaker Adrien Grondin scored the only goal of the game in the second half. It’s the third loss at home for Paris this season.

Noah Drakenburg was the hero for Bengaluru Phoenix scoring twice in their 3-2 win away at Tokyo Youth Club. Ko Kato gave the Japanese side the lead from the spot, but a double from Drakenburg and a neat Geronimo Martins finish saw them go 3-1 up. Tsubasa Tanaka scored a consolation in added time. 

Josh Park scored a goal-of-the-season contender for Bondi FC in their 2-2 draw with Riyadh Stars. Park smashed it home from 30 yards after Cerqueira had given Riyadh the lead. The Saudis regained the advantage in the 28th minute from Rashid Al Balushi, but Charlie Baker-Jones tucked home a penalty in the fifth minute of added time to rescue a point for the Aussies.

Finally, FC Angelenos and Club Sportivo Palermo drew 1-1 in Los Angeles. Marcus Penaranda put Palermo ahead and Mateo Morales levelled with a second-half penalty. 

Current Standings

Highest-Rated Players

Thiago Barros won Player of the Round. The Brasil Amazonia striker scored twice against Naija United and is in great form bagging his fifth goal in three games.
Tokyo Youth Club’s Ko Kato picked up Young Player of the Round, he scored a penalty and was top-class in their 3-2 defeat to Bengaluru Phoenix.
(L-R: Thiago Barro, Ko Kato)

Big Stories

Naija United’s sacking of Julius Martins is the biggest story of Round 15 and maybe the season so far. Naija kept a lot of faith in Martins but in the end, they decided they needed to move in a different direction.

Player Rankings

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