IntroductionHello everyone, firstly i would like thank AlexTHFC for the banner, he made it on short notice. Now back to the point, I've decided to start a story with Dutch side Psv Eindhoven, they are a really youthful and talented side who have had major success over many different spells with many different managers so i hope you will enjoy this. Also there seems to be some dutch side stories already in full flow so i though it would join the trend i guess. Now onto the manager, as i cant be bothered with making like 5 updates just to announce a manager im going to tell you now, The replacement of Dick Advocaat in the Psv Eindohoven job is:
Yes thats right its Guus Hiddink, the extremely experienced and highly noble dutch manager. Some may not know that this will be the third time he has managed Psv and i will have to live upto quite an amazing record, everytime he has been in charge he has won the title every year, so that means he has won the title 6 times altogether along with winning the European Cup too adn the domestic cups aswell so its a tall order to fill.
I hope you enjoy this story and i will hopefully enjoy it too, comment with any opinions you may have on this story, i will leave you with the clubs success from 1987 onwards as not much happened before, Goals for the season along with some basic info like budget etc.
1986-87, 87-88, 88-89, 90-91, 91-92, 96-97, 99-2000, 2000-01, 02-03, 04-05, 05-06, 06-07, 07-08.
87-88, 88-89, 89-90, 95-96, 04-05, 11-12
Johan Cruijff Shield
1996, 1997, 1998, 2000, 2001, 2003, 2008, 2012
My goals for the season:
Win the Eredivisie - Very Possible
Qualify for champions league and finish at least 3rd in the group - Will be tough
Reach final of Knvb Cup - Possible but with busy season will make it tough
Cruijff Shield - Not participating - Plan to change this next season
I have some changes that i also have planned to make such as improving youth facilities and also selling deadwood as fast as possible, Psv are a team who pride themselves on their ability and i want to be able to implement this with young talented players and if more money is spent on youth facilities, well we can certainly live upto the expectations.
Stadium : Phillips Stadion
Capacity : 35,000
Training Facilities :
Youth Facilities :
Transfer Budget : £15,000,000
Wage Budget : £300k
Main Sposors and Kit sponsors : Philips (International electric company)
Kit Makers : Nike (My favourite)
I really hope you enjoy this story and please if anyone wants to comment on my goals and expectations etc. Please do, it adds to the story if people get involved. :D