FM Scout is the only community you can talk Football Manager in real time. Here are 10 reasons to join!

Kashima Antlers - The Revival

TheArchitectFM's avatar Group TheArchitectFM 2016-08-16 21:19
00 54 posts 1 likes joined Jun 06, 2016

Hello I'm back!

After a long time away from FM, I'm back back with what will be my final save in this years game. This save will see me head to Japan, as what used to be the biggest club in Asia, Kashima Antlers. They were dominant in the J-League up until 2010, where they lost their superiority in the league and other teams become stronger and have since not won the league, now being a mid table team.

This is where I come in, I wanted to restore a team to glory and while most people would think of the Milan teams as the best team to restore, my mind straight away thought of Kashima Antlers.

This save will take me to the release of FM17, where I will start a full proper save with Kashima Antlers with a different goal. However this story will simply to return them to being the top team in Asia.

Now the problem with Kashima Antlers is they only start the game with 7 players, making the rebuilding job even harder, and with only a budget of 900k, they are predicted to finish last in the J-League, meaning I have a very tough job to start off with as what player wants to play in Japan?

This is Kashima Antlers - The Revival,

I hope you enjoy.
BeanyUnited's avatar Group BeanyUnited 2016-08-17 14:52
gb 1687 posts 133 likes joined Apr 13, 2012
Truly tough challenge will be fun how to see this pans out!
Check out, read and comment on my story. Hope you enjoy :)
mgriffin2012's avatar Group mgriffin2012 2016-08-17 16:32
00 2960 posts 460 likes joined Nov 12, 2013
Tough challenge but i'm sure they're about to appoint a manager more than capable of taking them back to the top!
Justice's avatar Group Justice 2016-08-17 19:10
00 5596 posts 703 likes joined Feb 11, 2013
It'll be a great experience to manage in Japan, for sure! Good luck!
TheArchitectFM's avatar Group TheArchitectFM 2016-08-18 12:28
00 54 posts 1 likes joined Jun 06, 2016

Kashima Antlers confirm Alex Hurd as manager

Young Englishman has been confirmed as the manager who has been tasked with saving the club. This will be the clubs make or break season, as it's their season to prove whether they can still make it at the top or whether their downward spiral will continue. But still with only 7 first team players, it's not looking good for the club.

No one knows a lot about the new man in charge, apart from he's been living in Japan for the past couple of months. With only 2 months until the start of the season, can he bring any hope to the club that were once the Barcelona of Asia.

With no money available for the manager, how can he get a squad together in time, this will be a monumental challenge for the new man, will he be the man that restores the greatness in Kashima Antlers?

In our next update we will be reviewing the squad and possible transfer rumours.
TheArchitectFM's avatar Group TheArchitectFM 2016-08-18 14:45
00 54 posts 1 likes joined Jun 06, 2016

Kashima Antlers linked with former Barcelona Striker

In what appears to be one of the most shocking transfer rumours of the past few years, Kashima Antlers are looking to bring in former Barcelona striker Kerrison.

Once valued at over £15 million, Kerrison is currently a free agent after his most recent stint in Brazil. The only stumbling block in the deal so far is the wage with Kerrison reportedly wanting over £10k a week to come and ply his trade in Japan.

We know Kashima Antlers can afford it, but will they want to blow a lot of money on the former Barca man or do they want to build a team with the small amount of money they have, only time will tell.
mgriffin2012's avatar Group mgriffin2012 2016-08-19 20:52
00 2960 posts 460 likes joined Nov 12, 2013
Could be a class signing for a club of this Stature!

You are reading "Kashima Antlers - The Revival".

FMS Chat

hey, just wanted to let you know that we have a fb style chat for our members. login or sign up to start chatting.