credit to tallery for the logo.
Welcome, to a not so Parallel Universe...
The year is 2014, and the events that are about to take action are of the most sproportionate chain of events to date; the FIFA organization has sold over 100% of all stock ownerships to rich oil tycoon sheiks, who together have united to take into ownership of all football leagues and image rights on the face of the earth... That's right, they now have total control of every aspect of modern football from sunday league championships to the Barclays Premier League or La Liga TV rights.
Unfortunately this had meant that all said leagues had been erased from the calendar, Including the Champions League we all loved so much. And for what? to create a bigger, and more competitive union, the Masters League. There were 20 divisions in total, composed of most prestigious clubs in the world - Imagine a tier where Barcelona, Real Madrid, Manchester United, Chelsea, Juventus, and other monstrous forces competed home and away in a 38 fixture clash to determine who the best really was.
The World Cup was also refurnished and rebranded, it would no longer be a 4 year event, the supply and demand grew too high and it was shfited... It was to be an annual event, with every Nation to participate in the first rounds of the competition, this meant that football players had an extended amount of matches to be played in a Football Seasons and could no longer look forward to those months of well deserved rest, injuries would surely grow much more common, yet everyone saw it coming in the end.
The games had begun, and the only thing that mattered - was money. TV rights were sold at propostrous amounts, billions of euros which meant that a tv package for a seasons pay-per-view costed well over 2,000 - 3,000 £ yearly, more than an actual season ticket, it was the end of the football we all loved and cherished for.
Some clubs were left shocked, yet to understand the magnitude of the situation, like Inter.
Inter had recently sacked their previous manager, Walter Mazzarri, and to prepare for the coming events they had looked for the best possible International Profile hireable to make sure they would come up competent for the upcoming Masters League they were practically "forced" to partake in.
It was none other than Roberto Mancini to take the hot seat of Inter yet again, social networks were going hay-wire with welcoming messagges and the Giuseppe Meazza had refound that forgotten enthusiasm that seemed missing in the past few years, it seemed like all was looking bright in the roads ahead.
It was a new begining, with old friends.