Note from the author:
Anguilla, the lowest ranked nation in the world, has one national league, the AFA Senior Male League. The format and the clubs in it has changed over the years although there have been 3 regulars since the start which are Spartan FC, Attackers and Roaring Lions. Roaring Lions have won the league the most time, although the current champions are Kicks United.
Anguilla’s 2 biggest teams at the moment are Roaring Lions from Stoney Hill and Kicks United for the Valley. Both are the dominating sides, although clubs such as Dock’s United and Salsa Ballers are improving every season, especially Salsa Ballers who have quite a decent squad. Spartan FC and Attackers have both been struggling at the bottom of the league in recent times so can you revitalise these fallen clubs.
The teams in AFA Senior Male League.
The league runs from the 3rd December 2011 until the 12th May 2012. There is no transfer window during the league season but from June to November clubs can sign players. I have kept the league as realistic as possible so only Anguillans are allowed to participate in the league and only the top 3 clubs in the league receive prize money. The top team receives 2000 pounds, 2nd place team 1000 pounds while the 3rd place team receives 500 pounds.
I am trying to build a working CFU Club Championship and when I do the winner of the league will go into the first round of that.
The Anguillan football system has two cups, the AFA Knock Out Cup and Soccerama Competition. Soccerama is a pre-season knockout cup made up of all 7 teams in the league. The winner takes home 500 pounds . The AFA Knock Out Cup is the main cup for the season and again is made up of all 7 teams in the league, with the winner taking home 1000 pounds.
I have added several real media sources, stadiums, awards, cities and over 90 real players and coaches in order to give the league plenty of depth. Clubs have all the history I can find on them as well as their real kits.
Please Note: Some clubs such as the Roaring Lions and Salsa Ballers have their real life squad, but I have added free agents to other clubs so every club has 10+ real players.
Enjoy the Challenge in managing the most rubbish football nation in the world!!
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