Next week Rumori Calcio will have their 35th game since 22nd of August when they debuted in SEM Grandliiga Cup against FC Liikur. Let’s take a look at the statistics of the club so far.
Rumori Calcio has collected 12 wins, 3 draws and 19 losses with a goal difference of -51 (121 scored and 172 suffered).
The 34 games go across different competitions and set-ups.
3 games in SEM Grandliiga Cup (7-a-side, 1 win and 2 losses)
19 games in IAFA Futsal Winter 2014-15 (futsal, 6 wins, 1 draw 12 losses)
8 friendlies (2 outdoors 8-a-side, 6 futsal: 4 wins, 1 draw and 3 losses)
3 Rahvaliiga fixtures (1 win, 1 draw, 1 loss)
1 Estonian Cup game (1 loss)
The worst loss was suffered on the 22nd of August 2014, club’s first game ever: 1-10 to FC Liikur (SEM Grandliiga Cup). The club’s first goal was scored by Georgian striker Giorgi Balakhadze (who has now left the club).
The best win was against FC Jõgeva Wolves in a futsal friendly, 12-6. It’s the only game we miss the record of the goalscorers. FC Jõgeva Wolves are now playing in Estonian football system’s last tier, IV.Liiga (6th tier).
The one against Wolves was also the game with most total of goals (18).
The three draws were: 3-3 (IAFA Futsal Winter 2014-15 vs. FC Fortuna), 8-8 (futsal friendly vs. Jalgpallihaigla) and 3-3 (Rahvaliiga vs. FC Puhkus Mehhikos).
The all-time topscorer is Turkish striker, Yenal Turan with 28 goals in 18 games, that makes 1.5 goals a game.
Behind Yenal, chases Dejan Selisek (SLO) with 22 goals in 20 games, 1.1 per game..
On the third spot is the long-gone Giorgi Balakhadze, 8 goals. Defender Samuele De Pizzol (ITA) follows with 7.
The player with most appearances is Erekle Dzotsenidze (GEO). With 29 games, he will celebrate the 30th next week against SEB if he were to play. Behind him Selisek and De Pizzol (20) and Captain Archil Chochia (19)
There are the nationalities that have been represented within the club (in brackets, how many players):
South Africa (1)
Ivory Coast (1)
Goals have come from: Turkey (31), Italy (24), Slovenia (22), Georgia (17), France (6), Peru (3), England (2) and Argentina (1).
Notwithstanding our fame, we have collected just 15 yellow cards in 34 games and only two red cards, both straight.
The first to be sent out was Jessi Verano (vs. Roosad Pantrid, 2-5, Rahvaliiga) and the one to collect most yellow cards (3) was striker Balakhadze.
The player with one appearance only and the most prolific turn-out has been Richard Barnwell, who, on his debut with Rumori Calcio in the recent Estonian Cup tie, scored a brace.