So it's that time again. Football Manager 14 has come to the end of it's life and is about to be replaced by a new, much improved, Football Manager 2015. And this is going to be my first story on the new game.
Now I know, I know. I have made a lot of different stories last game, in which I have spent very little time on before progressing on to a new story. This will stop (hopefully). Last year was my first year of writing stories and I decided that I wanted to test out different styles to see which suited me best. This year I am going to allow myself to only have 4 stories for the whole of the year. Hopefully with this story I will stick to 1 style, the style that I have decided I enjoy writing the most.
This Football Manager I will start with Hearts. Why? Hearts, you may ask. Well Hearts have always been one o.f the better teams in Scotland. On the 19th of June 2013 the club went into Administration and last season they were relegated, along with fierce rivals Hibs, to the Scottish Championship. June this year the club officially exited administration and the mission to get back up started.
In this save my end goal is to win the Champions League and become the best team in the world, obviously, I mean isn't that everyone's end goal? However, there are hurdles I need to jump. First of all I need to get back up into the SPL. Promotion from the Scottish Championship? Easy! Well, not exactly. Not only do we have Hibs to put up with, we also have Rangers. One of Scotlands 2 giants. The team that got relegated to the Scottish League 2 after facing a similar scenario. Putting these 2 aside the league should be fairly straight forward. When I do get promoted, however I will need to topple Celtic off their high throne. Celtic are giants but as we know, giants fall harder.
Hopefully throughout my time at the club I can also manage to increase the reputation of the league by bringing in big names. And maybe, just maybe, one day I can take the National Team to glory with a team full of our products. But that is a long time away from where we are at now.
The ClubFull Name: Heart of Midlothian Football Club
Stadium: Tynecastle Stadium (17,529 capacity)
Chairwomen: Ann Budge
Rivalry: v Hibernian (Edinburgh Derby)
Honours WonScottish League Championship:
1894-95, 1896-97, 1957-98, 1959-60
1890-91, 1895-96, 1900-01, 1905-06, 1955-56, 1997-98, 2005-06, 2011-12
Scottish League Cup:
1954, 1958, 1959, 1962