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Sporting CP - The Weight Of A Generation

Started on 14 November 2014 by J_Skinna_39
Latest Reply on 17 November 2014 by J_Skinna_39
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To all my colleagues at the WFA,

The past months have been tough for football. The corruption, the money, the ban. Some say that professional football is done, FIFA disbanded, UEFA no longer exists, But that’s where we come in. You see when the corrupt money grabbing bastards like Sepp Blatter ruin the game we love, the true supporters are left to pick up the pieces. As all of you probably know professional football has been banned. Governments all over Europe and the rest of the world have fined and jailed hundreds of FIFA members over corruption allegations and decided to shut down the governing body of football which was once known as FIFA. It may be years before the ban is lifted which is why we must act now to save this generation of footballers. We have a brilliant crop of young players, The likes of Raheem Sterling, Paul Pogba and Martin Odegaard must be protected and nourished which is why I pose a solution. I have been made aware that the Liga Portuguesa will continue in secret, it will be the perfect place to hide and develop the next generation of superstars, we will move a full squad of players into a team to compete and will play under a new identity. This may be the only way to save football as we know it. We, the World Football Association can and will save football, and rise from the ashes of what was once FIFA

Dennis Bergkamp
WFA, Chairman

Background


For all of you who may not know who i am this is my first story on FM Scout and i'm determined to make it a good one. Any constructive feedback is more than welcome and i look foward to hearing back from you guys

You may have read that the players will go under new names and to make the series more interactive I want to name them after you! so if you would like to have a player named after you just comment a player and then the name you would like to give him (preferably your name or username)the criteria for players is young and very talented... just use your common sense,

If you are confused with any of the story so far just ask and i will elaborate.
Sounds interesting, good luck with this.


The Team




Striker: Timo Werner
Left Attacking Mid: Jack Grealish
Right Attacking Mid: Raheem Sterling
Center Attacking Mid: Kingsley Coman
Center Mid: Will Hughes
Center Mid: Paul Pogba
Left Back: David Alaba
Center Back: Raphael Varane
Center Back: Aymeric Laporte
Right Back: Callum Chambers
Goal Keeper: Thibaut Courtois

Subs:
Ter Stegen
Benzia
Carvalho
Ricardo Rodriguez
Marquinhos
Kovacic
Hojbjerg
Zivkovic
Goretzka
Ginter
Very interesting and a bit different to the usual stuff, good luck! :D
@Icarus: Thanks :), i really appreciate the support
@BruceGoose: I'm trying to make my first story a memorable one ;)


Monthly Report

August




Results





Player Of The Month




Manager Comment


On the whole I am very pleased with the team's performance this month. The first match of the season started well with us gaining a 2-0 lead at half time however the team failed to capitalise on their position and lost 5-2, This is something we must work on. After our first game I thought the players might take time to settle in with each other, after all they are all playing together for the first time! Despite this the group pushed on and convincingly won their next two matches. Raheem Sterling has been particularly impressive scoring in every game and picking up the player of the month award. Other players who deserve mentions are Aymeric Laporte, Jack Grealish and Paul Pogba who have all been exceptional.


Monthly Report

September




Results





Player Of The Month



Manager Comment


The team has progressed well and this has been evident in an undefeated month. Our first match against Nacional de Madiera was not won as convincingly as I would have liked, it took an hour to break the deadlock due to our poor finishing. In the second match with Arouca I was concerned with our first half performance of 0-0, despite this we pushed to claim a crushing 5-0 victory which happened to be our first match where Raheem Sterling did not find the back of the net. The last match of the month put us up against Academica. Although the end result signals a comfortable victory it was quite the opposite, we were held at a 1-1 scoreline right through to hour mark where the floodgates opened once again to secure the victory. The team showed great composure for a bunch of teenagers and managed to close out all three of their games. Timo Werner was fantastic coming of the bench in 3 out of our 3 games to score 5 goals as well as this he singlehandedly won the match against Academica for us.
Hey guys,

I'm thinking of changing stories to move to a more normal story that doesn't restrict the content that I can put out. While i've really enjoyed this save, it's becoming way to easy and due to my story line i can't make transfers, use news reports or eventually move clubs. If there are many people who are enjoying the story and want it to continue let me know but at this stage i'm planning on starting a new one

Thanks

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