A New Venture...
When deciding on a brand new story it was a difficult one. Do I go for my beloved Liverpool Football Club? The answer is no as there are too many stories around with them at the moment. Do I go for another unemployment challenge and take a different path to management greatness? No as I may as well have stuck it out with FC Bayern München until I reached the top of the management Hall of Fame. Do I try and get a club from the rock bottom of the Skill Premier division to the top of the Premier League? No as I don’t feel I have adequate time to accomplish this before the release of Football Manager 2015. As you can tell I have put some thought into this but have come up stuck on more than one occasion. I will admit that I did for a very short period take control of Benfica in the Portuguese Premier League. I took the reins at this club with the aim of completing a challenge that AaronHJFT96 set me; the challenge was to become a success by not signing any players but instead rely on the youth setup. This challenge did spark my interest but unfortunately, not enough.
What I have decided to do instead is start a save and share my experiences with you with a club that I have always wanted to be the manager of. It is a club that have not tasted success for a long period of time. It is a club that could have a very bright future and I believe could begin to challenge at the very top of football once again. You of course are going to have your predictions but I am going to keep you waiting just that little bit longer I am afraid.
This story is going to be written in a different style to my previous ones despite the success I have had with some of them. I am going to approach via third person and take on the persona of a former footballer. This is something that I have found difficult before and I have ended stories prematurely (AFC Fiorentina one) when I have tackled it previously. What will keep me going is my desire to be manager of my chosen club as it is something I have wanted to do for a very long time. So, here we go!