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The World Nation Challenge

Started on 20 February 2014 by TylerK
Latest Reply on 20 February 2014 by TylerK
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This is the World Nation Challenge! I know what you are thinking, what the fuck is the World Nation Challenge. I'm not going to lie, it is pretty much the same as the Global Domination Challenge, made by TVDLC123 (Tanay). Don't worry though, he has given me permission to do it.

Anyway, like I said, it is very similar to Tanay's old story in the fact that I will be using a team in every nation available to me on the game and trying to win the top division in that country. But not just that I will have to win the continental cup in each of those countries. So for example, every time that I do a european league, I will have to win the Champions League with them before I can move to the next country.

It's going to be very hard and I'm definitely not the greatest FM player so I will struggle a lot with this. To be honest, I'm going to throw myself a party if I can actually get past the first country.

A lot of people do these by random or by alphabetical order but I'm going to do it in order of reputation.


So that is the team order, starting in the Indian leagues going all the way to England. Just to say, I won't be starting unemployed because on FM14 I've never been able to get a job with the Sunday League Footballer or Automatic past experience. So, since anything above that would be like cheating, I'll be picking the team with the lowest media prediction.

Another thing that I need to say is that I will be using FMClassic and Instant Results. I will be creating my own match plan to use and the only reason I'm doing this is to progress quickly. Using Instant Result, you can usually finish a season within a few hours.

But yeah, I will be announcing my team in the the next post and until then "Adiós!"
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6 yearsEdited

Mumbai FC|Media Prediction - 12th

This is my club, Mumbai FC. As it says above, they are predicted to come 12th in a league of 13 but the team that were predicted to come 13th didn't have a badge and that would probably annoy me. So I chose Mumbai FC!

This is the league table. The league hasn't started yet so no-one has any points. The one relegation spot which is a relief, but there's only one european spot, which means unless I win a cup, I need to win the league to get into the continental competition. It's okay though, because I need to win the league before I can move on anyway!

This is the overview of Mumbai FC, just stating what league we are in and when we were founded. Nothing really that important here but I thought I may as well include it.

These are my season expectations. I'm supposed to avoid relegation with a very small budget that I am not looking forward to working with.

I put all my eggs in one basket here by relying on the free market. I wouldn't really be able to afford anyone who wasn't free anyway. I still have a very small wage budget as well.

As you can see by the team report, we really need more players. Mainly a left and right midfielder and a goalkeeper. I really don't think that I will be able to afford them but I'm just going to have to deal with it!

These were the clubs fixtures that had already been played this year. Something called the Indian Federation Cup which we were knocked out in!


As you can see above there we came last in our group with one point against a non-league indian team who got more points than us.

This is what we have coming up before the season starts. The Indian Durand Cup.



So that is my team, I will be updating a season at a time with all my transfers, fixtures, league positions etc.
Best of luck mate! :D

(P.S - It will be very hard to get into Europe when your managing in India :p)
Dean - Thanks man! Fixed :P

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