Ricky Whittle as Ryan Naysmith
The episode begins with a flash back of Series 5! Fletch scores to put Harchester in the UEFA Cup Final. It then shows Sam and Claudia talking and Sam sending her on the coach. The team get on the coach and Claudia sits next to Danny at the front. Lynda see's the news annoucement about the crash and it shows the coach blow up.
Screen displays the title IT COULD BE YOU and Dream Team Series 6 has started.
The first scene shows a grave yard out side a church. The camara moves along the tombstones towards the church. A gang of nurses (in uniform) are seen entering the chruch. All the regular characters a there in black and looking sad.
Two people are standing at the front of the church in black. They are revealed as Patrick Doyle and Karl Fletcher. Patrick starts going threw his pockets like his lost something. It is then revealed to be a wedding and Patrick is the best man and Fletch (yes Fletch) is the groom. The bride comes down the aisle and the vicar perclaims that her and Fletch areRead More
The episode starts with Harchester playing Chelsea. The score is currently 0-0. Then former Harchester striker Scott Lucas scores for Chelsea in the last minute to give them a 1-0 victory. But despite this defeat Harchester are still top of the league.
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Pilar Hernandez has been appoint the Cheif Executive of Harchester United and she has one single player in her eye, the Legendary Luke Davenport. But to sign him on and pay his substantial wage, she must sacrifce someone who has given their life to Harchester United. Karl Fletcher. Burning Fletch's contract and not stopping not even when all three possible owners of Harchester have objected to the selling of Fletch. Fletch is forced out of a club he has sacrificed his whole life for. A club he has faced Death on three occasions for. [b]His[/b] club as the fans consider him to be. Long Live The King. Fletch leaves in a tearful momment leaving Abi and baby Louis in the hands of Marcel. Goodbye Karl Fletcher...Read More
Pilar is at it again as she strikes a deal with the devilish Sheik. He wants a bankrupt club and Pilar plans to give him one. So she uses her sexual appeal to Stuart to entice him into throwning away the Leicester City game. Hesitant at first however Stuart loses his mind as he breaks the team apart to drop Jaws, Curtis and Lee. And with Marcel missing after Fletch discovering about his love affair with a missing Abi Fletcher, things are not looking bright for the future of Harchester United, will they drop from the top six? Or can Stuart or Marcel make a change of heart and stop the Apocalyptic Doomsday that approaches what remains of Harchester United?Read More
The bank finally calls time on Harchester's debts so Curtis and Dean try to get the team to play for free. At first they manage to rustle up eleven men including Jaws, Lee, Clyde and Curtis himself. However thanks to the moronic efforts of so called Football expert Jeff Stein, Lee pulls out as he has no insurance. Harchester prepare to play Charlton with only ten men when suddenly Stuart brings a suprise visitor to save the day!Read More
Having beaten Charlton 1-0. Harchester return to the changing rooms to be be crippled by the bank. But Pilar tries to save the club by begging the bank that with all the players they have enough money to settle the debts. Should Harchester make it to the Champions League the players will be paid in full and Harchester will be restored. But should they fail, the players get nothing and Harchester is finished for good. This causes dispute amongst the players especially Viv Wright who starts the arguement just before he signs on. There is only one man who can save the day, time for the Return of the King...Read More
Luke Davenport returns to save Harchester from complete liquidation. However there is one major problem. After his sight saving operation, Davenport is having problems going in close quarters in the game. He can't afford this so Curtis sets out to try and help him. After he slips in the bathroom and smacks his head Luke wakes up and realises that if that didn't damage his sight, nothing will. And Luke returns to his usual form for the returning game.Read More
Lee's 18th Birthday arrives but all is not well as Blackmailers force him into giving him 40% of everything he earns. His mother is addicted to drugs and owes them £20,000. Instead of paying them off, his mother gave these Blackmailers guardianship over Lee. Entitling them to 40% of what he earns. With Harchester not paying their players because of their current situation, the Blackmailers make sure Lee goes to join another Premiership Club. They have their eye on Chelsea. After spreading the news to Jeff and Nikki, Jeff goes with Lee up to Liverpool to sort out the problems that are plaguing Lee and his Mother.Read More
Luke's career is over. After an eye injury during a collision with John Terry in the Chelsea game, Luke Davenport has had his left eye removed. Meanwhile the blackmailers draw ever closer to signing Lee on to Chelsea. Sparks fly and eventually Jeff tries to fight off the blackmailers but is beaten to a pulp, breaking three ribs and a shoulder bone. Lee blames himself for what has happened to Luke as he was supposed to be marking Terry in that match. In the end it is an emotional speech from Luke and Nikki's quick thinking to get Lee's mum out of the country that saves the day. The blackmailers leave with nothing further to gain from Lee and Lee stays at Harchester United signing on his contract. It is a bittersweet day for Harchester. Sweet for Lee. Bitter for Luke. At the end Luke is in a Mercades Benz looking at the Dragon's Logo, he smiles... and drives away...Read More
The episode continue from the last one, Vivian has the team locked in the dressing room after finding Stuart threw the a game.
He tries to make him confess but he won't. Everyone think Viv's imgining it. Marcel then tells Stuart to confess which he eventually does.
Meanwhile Everton are on the pitch waiting to kick start the second half which they trial 1-0 due to Clyde scoring against them for the second time in two years. Everyone wonders where Harchester are and the ref goes in the tunnel to warn them the points will go to Everton if they don't come out soon.
Stuart tries telling everyone how he threw the game for the good of the team. They are still in shock and furious so don't listen when he says it was Leicester he threw they go mad as it bankrupted the club. Stuart says it was meant to make The Sheikh save them. The team are still trying to get around it and are wondering about the rest of Everton. In the end they go out for the second half as they can't afford to lose but theyRead More
Series 8 starts just after Series 7, with the players still celebrating their Champions League qualification. Then when they find out the news that they have been relegated, the majority of the team wants out. However their new owner, Eli Knox, and their new manager, Don Barker, explain to them that if they leave they don't get paid for their efforts last season (they still have a two leg qualifying round before they have actually qualified for the Champions League). The players try to adjust to life in the Championship, with the help of two new signings - defender Frank Stone (signed from Wigan) and midfielder Tommy Valentine (on loan from Chelsea). Clyde Connolly causes problems - made to play central midfield against his will, at half time in the Dragons' opening match he switches positions with Tommy. The team lose one nil, and Don blames Clyde for the shock defeat.Read More
As the team prepare for their first leg Champions League qualifier in Lisbon, Nikki and Jeff are locked in discussions with Manchester United trying to negotiate a deal for Lee. However, Lee is unwilling to move. He also wants to play in the Champions League match, but can't as Man Utd don't want him cup-tied. He eventually plays in the match and stays loyal to Harchester, and also sleeps with Nikki.
Meanwhile, Tommy has injured his shoulder. He tries to keep it secret as he sees this big match as his big chance to prove himself to potential buyers. Everything goes wrong for the team when a brawl breaks out and all the players except Viv get arrested. Holly, the new trainee physio, hides Tommy's passport resulting in the whole team being bailed out except for him (she found out about his injury, and didn't want him to play).Read More
Fed up with life in the Championship, several players hand in transfer requests in the hope of securing moves back to the Premiership. However, Eli gets Dean to stall the moves, so that none of the players leave.
The team lose the first leg of their Champions League qualifier 2-1, but in the second leg get a 1-0 victory to qualify for the group stage (away goal ruling). It is then that Dean tells them they can't leave.
Also, Jeff admits he has feelings for Nikki, only to find out about her and Lee. However, Lee is done with both of them (as agents anyway). He gives them a cheque for the money they would have made if he'd joined Barcelona, and they both leave.Read More
The players are put through a gruelling two days at a Boot/Training Camp. Curtis proves himself worthy as captain in this time, despite competetion from Frank Stone for the armband.
Meanhile, Ryan suffers a further setback. Already struggling to recover froom his broken leg, an incident at a party means that it will now be about ten weeks until he is fit to play again. But at least he's not alone - he finds a friend in Chelsea.Read More
The team start the episode on a high. Since Boot Camp, they have gone five games unbeaten without conceding a goal, and Don Barker is Manager of the Month. However, it all goes wrong in the Champions League game against Barcelona. The team are mauled 4-0, mainly because of Frank Stone's poor performance. Clyde isn't helping - he is constantly taunting Frank. Their arguments reach boiling point when Frank viciously assaults Clyde.
Meanwhile, Chelsea can no longer hide her feelings for Ryan. They kiss, then during the Barcelona games things get steamy between them in the boiler room.Read More