Welcome to the Goaaal PBEM game, the game is a weekly play by email football management game where you are the Manager of your club and must make the key decisions to lead your club to glory or face the sack!!! You have the usual features squad selections, coaching players, youth academy, leagues and cup competitions, transfer market, post club news, manager of the month, sponsorship deals, club captains, recruit coaches and assistant manager, expand stadium and build club facilities and more.......
The game is now currently in Season 6 with the English Premier League, English Championship and Youth Academy League.
Why not come and join the game, its easy to play and we have friendly helpful managers that can help guide you into the game, you can download the rules and get into the game. You can also signup to our forum where you can interact with managers, post transfer deals, post match reports and comments and really get involved in the game.
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We also have Newcastle United, Norwich City and Hull City with caretaker managers who will step down if you wish to manage one of these clubs. Visit our contact page to apply for a managerial position.
English Premier Headlines
Manchester United clinched the English Premier League title with 2 games to go in the season after winning 2-0 away at Wolves, 2nd place Portsmouth lost 2-1 at Fratton Park to Aston Villa ending their hopes for this season. Tottenham move into 3rd place with 0-0 draw in the London derby with Arsenal, and Liverpool drop to 4th place after surprise 4-3 defeat at West Ham.
At the bottom, West Ham already relegated and Wolves hanging on their top flight status.
English championship headlines
The exciting Championship promotion race took another twist, with Southampton thrashing Everton 5-0, and Fulham moving into 1st place with 3-1 win at Newcastle United. Swansea City move into 2nd place with 2-1 win at home over Hull City.
At the bottom Norwich City lost 1-0 at Wigan to confirm their relegation from the League, Newcastle's defeat means they are close to joining Norwich and leaving the league.