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Germany- Die Mannschaft's Glory Continues( last FM 15 save)

My last FM 15 Story.
Started on 24 October 2015 by Live For FM
Latest Reply on 31 October 2015 by Live For FM
Hi everyone. I am writing this story as a tribute to FM 15, whose era is coming to an end. It wasn't ideally perfect, but was way better than the atrocious FM 14, in my opinion. I have chosen Germany, as title suggests, as my starting team. I will take this story as much as I can go. To continue this story, I need your support. Do not expect much quality like the stories of great Sir Steve Justice, Glenn T, Pauker, Neal, Infrared, Tal..... Goodbye and next update will be about the resignation Joachim Low
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8 yearsEdited

Low Resigns

Germany boss Joachim Low has resigned from his post as German Manager. The news came out as a shock to the German FA as their valuable WC winning manager has left the post. The whole German Footballing World is shocked.

Tweets from some fans:

@MatthiasZimmermann:Der schlimmste Moment ereignete sich in deutschen Fußballgeschichte(the worst moment in German Football history)

@The German Giant:Sehr traurig zu sehen, unser Juwel gehen(Very sad to see our gem going)

@ BVB : Mal sehen, wer seinen Weg gehen wird(Let's see who will follow his path)

The reason for his resignation is undisclosed. German FA now has to look for a potential replacement. German predict that Jurgen Klopp and Lucien Favre are likely to be the replacement. Let's see what happens.
nice to see a german story. Good luck.
good luck, da sooru

Germany appoint Rudi Voller as Head Coach

German FA has appointed Rudi Voller as their new head coach. It has come as a shock inclusion since Jurgen Klopp and Lucien Favre were the front runners. The German FA assured that Voller will be the man who will successfully lead the Die Mannschaft to future glory.
Rudi Voller is no stranger to managing a national team, because he was the manager of Germany who played in the WC 2002 final. He is also a German legend, appearing 90 times for his country, scoring 47 goals. He was part of the 1990 WC winning team.
His time at Werder Bremen changed his life. He was called up for the German National Team and moved to AS Roma, where he was captain.
On becoming German Manager, Voller will resign from his post as Sporting director of TSV Bayer Leverkusen.

Evening With Voller

German Voice TV has organised an interview with newly appointed German Manager Rudi Voller.

Reporter:Good Evening, Mr. Voller. It is my pleasure to meet you.

Voller:Good Evening to you, It is my pleasure to spend time with you. Nice Evening, isn't it?

Reporter:Yes, Mr.Voller. How do you feel to be back here, with the Germany setup?

Voller:Ah, I feel very happy to be here. I have enjoyed my time here during my early times, as a player and as a manager. I am very proud to be here to represent my country.

Reporter:What do you want to say about Germany?

Voller:It is a marvellous country, Sehr, sehr wunder. This is a country with very ambitious and determined people. Football here means everything to us, like hockey. This country has great players now and in the past.

Reporter:You will face big expectations from the fans and the FA, so this is not fun time. right?

Voller:Yes. You are right there. I come on the back of a WC victory by Great Low(Joachim). But this is what I expected here. I will make Germany a World Superpower

Reporter: What do you want to say about the current Die Mannschaft squad?

Voller: I have a great squad in my disposal here. This is a relatively young squad, but everyone knows what they can do. There are so many great players here, Thomas(Muller), Andre(Schurrle),Marco(Reus), Mario(Gotze), Bastian(Schweinsteiger), Manuel(Neuer), and many more. I will use them to their full potential.

Reporter:Thank You for your time you spend with me

Voller:Thank You, it's my pleasure

September 2014

Germany have announced their squad for the upcoming Euro 2016 qualifiers against Georgia. The squad is as follows:
1. Manuel Neuer(Bayern Munchen)
2. Marc-Andre Ter stegen(Barcelona)
3. Ron-Robert Zieler(Hannover)
1. Jerome Boateng(Bayern Munchen)
2. Kevin Grosskreutz(Dortmund)
3. Shkodran Mustafi(Man. City)
4. Mats Hummels(Dortmund)
5. Benedikt Howedes(Schalke)
6. Georg Niedermeier(Stuttgart)
7. Christian Gunter(Freiburg)
8. Marcell Jansen(Wolfsburg)
1. Bastian Schweinsteiger(Bayern Munchen)
2. Toni Kroos(Real Madrid)
3. Sami Khedira(Arsenal)
4. Ilkay Gundogan(Dortmund)
5. Thomas Muller(Bayern Munchen)
6. Mario Gotze(Bayern Munchen)
7. Marco Reus(Dortmund)
8. Andre Schurrle(Chelsea)
1. Lukas Podolski(Arsenal)
2. Mario Gomez(Fiorentina)
3. Max Kruse(Hannover)
Interesting, Jansen and Niedermeier? And Christian Gunter too. Wouldn't you rather have Rudiger?
Deutschland: Thanks.

Maartinlivpool: Why are you here??!!!! I thought you stopped FM. Hey, want to say something, are you coming with me for the next kerala blasters match at Kochi, tickets are with me.

Louis.O: Jansen and Gunter are the best german left backs available, Durm is a waste. Rudiger is much too inexperienced, chose Niedermeier as Badstuber is injured.
NOTE: I will be finishing this story here and start a new story for FM 16, as beta is released. I thank you for your support, hope you will give this support for my next story

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