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Borat: Management In Football To Make Benefit Glorious Club Galaxy In LA

Started on 20 December 2014 by qwertyman
Latest Reply on 20 December 2014 by dd10
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Hello! My name a Borat! I make a story last year 2014, where I manage my glorious country Kazakhstan. My story very successful.

Now, I come back to America with Luenell, and I stay in California. I didn't want to get back into the management, but Brucey Aroma left club. Now, I get job in managing the Galaxy in LA.

Now, I will let you watch my adventures into management in America.


I ran out of ideas...

Wish me luck!


DS - David Sarachan
BORAT - Borat

DS - Welcome to LA Galaxy, Mr. Sagdiyev.

BORAT - It is very nice to meet you.

He recoiled when I kissed him. I am not sure why.

DS - I thought I might go over some things with you before you start to do any transfers.

BORAT - Very nice! Thank you!

DS - You sign three players who are generally better and require more wages than the rest of the squad. They are called designated players, and you can't offer them contracts over $300000.

BORAT - Desnigated players. OK.

DS - But designated players between under the age of 21 and between the ages of 21 and 23 can only be offered $100000 and $150000.

BORAT - But why...

DS - There are two types of players that you can sign, Off-Budget and Senior, and these players are...

I stopped listening here, he made no sense, and I could not understand desnigated players. MLS is weird. In Kazakhstan, we just had to ask the parents of the player to sign for us.

I don't look forward to signing players in MLS.
Oh, Borat's back, is he? Best of luck. :P
This sounds funny
Good luck man. Looking forward to another MLS story other than mine!

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