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An Estonian Road To Glory

Started on 15 October 2013 by TylerK
Latest Reply on 17 October 2013 by TylerK
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Hi FMScout I've decided to start a new story as, to be honest, at the moment I'm not enjoying playing with a club, so I'd rather use an international team. I'd like to thank TheFMProject for the idea to use Estonia and yeah......let's get started!
Martin Reim has taken over as manager of the Estonian national team. Reim, 42, has the most caps for Estonia with 157 appearances for Estonia. He retired in 2009 and since then has managed Estonian team, FC Flora Tallinn. Estonia will be very happy with the appointment of Reim and he is sure to be a fan favourite.
Good luck :)
Interesting Start, Good Luck :)
Thanks alex and silas!


No matches in July...


Key Player Prediction

Joel Lindpere
Not the youngest player being 30 years old, but he looks like he will be a key player especially with his not bad crossing.

In August we have a friendly against Austria, but again not much going on until we get to the world cup qualifiers.
I think Tarmo Kink still plays for Estonia, he will make a good addition. Good Luck :)
Yeah he looks good! I'll add him to my squad at somepoint.


Austria vs Estonia

We walked into the stadium full of hope! Morale was high for the full team, hoping for a win. In fact we were determined to win. There must have been something in the air that day because we...

got absolutely STEAMROLLED!

We were definitely the worst team on the pitch, and we deserved to get f****** 4-0! Four god damn nill! If we don't pick up I am going to get very angry over the course of this story...

Unlucky, positive side is you had 2 players who put in a standered performance(7+), try look on the bright side mate.

So the first match of September was the first world cup qualifier against Hungary. I expected a very hard game against them and I wasn't exactly wrong. Hungary dominated us for the majority of the match. Until an awesome ball in from a free kick by Lindpere was met by Oper's head and went into the back of the net. I was absolutely amazed that I had actually managed to, not only score a goal, but hold it for the rest of the game. And..... AND, Oper nearly scored another that was saved by their goalkeeper!

The next game was against Andorra and, I did expect to win that game. I delivered what was expected and owned them 3-0. Not much to be said about this game apart from the fact that Lindpere and Oper were awesome as always.

We managed to go up 11 spots on the world rankings to get to 48th. We've got a very hard month in October as we are going up against Turkey and then Holland. We lose Puri and Neemelo to injury which isn't a massive blow so that's good. I'm also 2nd in my WC qualifiers group behind Holland.


I think we played well in this game to come away with the draw against Turkey. We played alright scoring 2 goals and Kink had a pretty good game. I'm happy coming away with a draw since we were against a good team in Turkey.

I am even happier to come away with a draw in this game. It was a very boring game in my opinion but I am absolutely delighted (or a slightly more manlier word) that we didn't lose this game!

At the end of the month we went down by 2 points to 50th in the World Rankings, in front of Cameroon and behind Montenegro. I am still 2nd in my WC qualfiers group, 2 points behind Holland.

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