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Scott Tyson - A Geordie Abroad

Started on 1 June 2016 by ScottT
Latest Reply on 3 June 2016 by mgriffin2012
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La Bienvenida a La Historia!

Alreet. This is my first ever go at writing so to be honest, I wouldn't expect much :)) . I have been interested in writing for a little bit now, with all the hype of story of the month last month, it really drove me on, especially with all these great stories recently (keep them up lads,) as well it furthered that I'd say. Though the original intention was to write on my beloved Accrington Stanley, I decided against the idea and instead looked for another save to play and as you can tell, I found one, onto the team and what to expect.

The Team & What to Expect

So what can you expect in this story? You can expect different elements to the story, I often find stories having the same style to them and although that suits them, I would love to be able to change my style around and try to use as many styles as possible to a good effect. You will see what I mean soon hopefully, that's if you stick around that is. It would be nice if you could. The story will be centered around a lad named Scott Tyson, aye, that's me. Famous I am, more said later on me. Anyway, who is the team I hear you ask? *drumroll* the team is Atlético Madrid! Aye, the Spanish side who recently lost out to Real Madrid in the Champions League final. Hopefully I will be able to take the side a step further and win the competition, though it will be very difficult that's for sure.

Who is Scott?

Me. Who's that sexy thing I see over there? That's me, standing in the mirror as a regen. Seriously, Scott was born in Belfast, Northern Ireland and lived here until he was seven. He then moved to Newcastle (oi oi) and has lived there ever since. He is an avid Accrington fan and has been since the day he was born. I can't really give anything else otherwise I'd be spoiling the story to come, wouldn't I. Keep reading to find out more.
Gonna do a Justice and just say this: Good luck!
Looking forward to this mate, havent seen anyone do Atletico before so should be good!
Looking forward to this, have fun!
Not ever seen many AT. Madrid stories on here so will defo be keeping up with this one!

Good luck mate :)
Good team to have as your first go on the site. I've been waiting for a story of yours for a while and your writing style is already looking entertaining :D Good luck pal!
YES! The Geordie lad is writing a story!
Lewie - Good impression :))

Griffin/Foy/Beany - Cheers, always looking to be unique :P

Jack - You've been looking forward to me writing? Christ :)) Cheers though man

Balik - Oi oi! ;)

Scott Tyson - The Life

Alreet I’m Scott. I was born in Belfast, Northern Ireland and lived here until the age of seven where I moved to Newcastle where most of my family are from for work purposes. I had a good childhood some would say, I were one of the more popular people but I always wanted to be the one people could approach for their problems and I did that. I’d like to think of myself in the same way now. I were very close to my family, I often visited my nan and my grandad and I learnt a lot from them, I still do.

In fact, it were my grandad that introduced me to football. He were an avid Rangers fan and would often talk about the history the club had had. Though he were a huge fan of them, he never forced me to support them and decided it were best to let me choice the team I wanted to support. Once we all went to Accrington for the weekend and myself and my grandad went to go and watch Stanley play and that were the day I made a decision on the team I wanted to support. Accrington Stanley were that team.

Since then, I have become a huge fan of football. To say it were something I loved may be an understatement, I seemed to breathe it. I constantly played, or watched it and I have never looked back since then. Now at the age of 19, I am still as interested as I’ve ever been and I’ve always wanted to find a way to get involved in the sport. Whether that be management, physiotherapy, scouting, I just want to find a way.

When you are so desperate to do something you’ll try anything, I’m pretty sure most people can relate to that. That’s exactly how I feel when it comes to finding something for me. I have studied many languages, French, German, Spanish and Italy are a few languages I can speak fluently due to hard work in studying for them. Why did I do it? To try and further my opportunities, if I can speak several languages it enables me to go to different countries. Maybe one of these days I’ll get my big break.

So what else is there to do? There’s one more thing I need to do. Coaching badges – aiming to get as many as I can to try and get myself that first job. I’m at the point where I’ll join any side, anywhere because I really want to get going. I keep mentioning how desperate I am, but that alone just shows the things I’d do. The break will come eventually, I’m sure.
Nice start - good luck!
Nice start I am liking this style mate
Great start to this mate, really looking forward to it! :D

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