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Football Manager Experiments

Started on 10 February 2015 by Aaron
Latest Reply on 11 February 2015 by Jer
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FM15 Experiments

Hey guys and welcome to my new story that will go alongside my Liverpool story. Well, I say story but really you could say this is more of a series or interactive thread. Although not entirely interactive you will have some say in what I do and I will be trying to find other ways in which you'll be able to take part and participate.

Anyway, what does this thread entail? Well exactly what the title says. Football Manager experiments. Basically, to start I will ask you what kind of things would you like to see tested by Football Manager?

Possibly Messi and Ronaldo in a different country or a lower league? Maybe Pele and Maradona in the modern footballing world? Or maybe you'd like to see something more obscure such as something like Harry Redknapp back at Portsmouth?

Whatever you'd like to see tested, simply leave your suggestions below in the comments and I will read through and if not try all of them, find what I see as the most interesting.

Thanks for reading guys, and please leave your ideas below! All will be taken into account! :)
Piers Morgan as Arsenal Manager
Harry Kane upgraded

Bale still at Tottenham

Modric still at Tottenham

Caulker still at Tottenham

Ronaldo still at Utd
Everton with Fellaini
Liverpool with Carroll
Arsenal with Fabregas
Leicester City with Heskey
Southampton with everyone who they lost in the summer

What If Saints Kept There Biggest Talents?

Thank you very much for the early support guys and for your suggestions! It's allowed me to get this off to a very quick start, as I have already picked a challenge.

So what will our first experiment be? I've picked out of the suggestions given in so far and I am happy to say we'll start by bringing back Southampton FC's top talents. Yes, Lovren, Lallana, Shaw and more will be on their way back to their former club.

In reality the Southern English club got off to a superb start in this years Premier League campaign. Despite losing their opening game to Liverpool who happened to sign three of the players that departed them, they found themselves very close to the top for the first quarter of the season before City rose and they dropped ever so slightly to fourth.

They continue to impress though, lying in and around fourth place after the half wat point of the season. Right now however, they're third...Just.

Anyway, thank you to The510Series for suggesting this idea and let's look forward to seeing how Southampton do. Will they improve, or decline?
What if Tottenham actually won a match against Liverpool.

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