England: Victory in the Making
Hello all! Welcome to my latest story in which I’ll take control of…
As you’ve probably seen already, I am taking a break from my Diego Maradona story but I will return to it at some point.
In the meantime, I’ve been playing a bit of international football on FM recently and quite like the concept of it (Being a World Cup year and all).
Therefore, during my break, I’d like to begin an international story, a story type I feel we don’t see too many of here in the forums.
The reason I chose England is simply because it’s a nation I’m obviously very passionate about (as an Englishman). However, I’m sure I share the same views as many in the England right now when I state that International breaks for the English is the worst thing in football, simply because we play banal and boring football.
Many are worried we’ll get embarrassed in Brazil, our youth is poor in comparison to the top nations and so forth. The list of problems with the England national team is frightening, and one that is being cooked by the media’s hyperbole ahead of Brazil.
There’s a good chance our players will misbehave, we’ll under perform once again, Wayne Rooney will have another on camera brain fart and Roy Hodgson will lose his job upon his return to British shores, only for us to go loony over the FA’s next appointment and the England rollercoaster will begin again.
Well, I’m here to change that. I want to take England to that next level. No more dodgy call-ups, drunken nights in South Africa and long ball tactics to Andy Carroll that belong in the Stone Age. From now on, the nation that invented football will begin to play it as it should be.