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San Marino Calcio/San Marino - A New Adventure by Mark Kolatowicz

The San Marino Challenge by Mark Kolatowicz
Started on 7 March 2013 by MarkKolatowicz
Latest Reply on 11 March 2013 by MarkKolatowicz
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The Challenge


My challenge will be to take control of San Marino Calcio, a sanmarinese club competing in The Italian Serie C1/A and guiding them to Serie A success and European success, Along with taking over at San Marino Calciio, another part of the challenge will be to take over as manager of the San Marino national team.

Why ?


The reason is am doing this is that i get exetremly bored of FM when i dont have a set challenge for teams like Anderlecht, Dundee United, Beitar Jerusalem, Free State Stars, Rangers just some of the teams i have been. I am looking for a long term challenge that i can keep playing until fm14 comes out along with the 'Chairman Game' that Inquisition has brought to the site. I think both can be long term if i play it right and everyone enjoys being a chairman then i may have my goals set and ill be happy to plug along with this save

You


If you do see me starting to moan about this on 'General Chat' that i cant be bothered with it anymore, all it takes is a little comment to say keep going, you can do it or whatever. Well i hope you guys enjoy reading as much i think im going to enjoy playing.


Plenty More To Come, Stay Classy
Good luck Mark :)
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cant wait to read this but did you not think to have a crack the San Marino league?
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San Marino Calcio




Full Name: San Marino Calcio Srl
Nickname(s): Titani (Titans)
Founded: 1960
Ground: Stadio Olimpico Serravalle, San Marino
Chairman: Danilo Pretelli
Manager: Mark Kolatowicz

Transfer Budget: £32,240k
Wage Budget: £33,999k p/w
Current Wage Bill: £27,968k p/w

The Team and Staff


This is my full team and staff including Senior, Reserves and Under 20's. I have ordered the players by current ability so you can see what sort of team i have.


Senior Squad Staff


Reserve Squad Staff


Unders 20's Squad Staff


Tactics


Im only going to install 1 tactic onto the team and that will be a simple 4-4-2 as i want the team to be able to defend in decent numbers and hopefully keep a good set of clean sheets whilst being able to attack in a good number and score some vital goals.

Good luck with this. I think it should be intresting.
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I do admire your patience for managing "lesser" teams Mark. I am sure this will be a great read just like the rest of your stories. Good luck.
I didn't know San Marino had one team that played in a different country. I knew about FC Andorra because after my first season with Blackburn on FM11 we were so bad we lost to them.
Good luck,but what happened with Anderlecht story ? :o
Good luck, I will be following
Good luck mate! Seen a lot of story's like this and they just crash and burn! hope you can bring success to them! :)
You've been given a decent transfer budget, comparing to other teams in your league :P!
Ive heard Jari Litmanen is a force in the Italian lower leagues, you should check him out :)
Hopefully you stick with this one Marko!

Your goalkeepers look like shite, definitely need new ones :P
good luck Mark! Seems like you've got a strong midfield with some players having great potential!

San Marino Calcio Transfers


We had an ok budget to work with so i decided to bring in some players to bolster up the squad, we really lack a good goalkeeper but to be truthful i couldnt get a better quality one in with them all wanting more than i could offer. I am however happy with the players i brought in especially David Suazo who once played for Inter Milan after his £9,250,000m move from Cagliari.

David Suazo


Robert Pires


Claudio Andrea Felicetti


Marco Pacini

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