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FC Bayern München - The Titans

My FM13 Bayern Story
Started on 25 April 2013 by Arvind
Latest Reply on 14 May 2013 by Murtagh
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This is a great start to the story. Keep it up.
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Good work getting that much for Gustavo. Are you living up to the board promises?
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Good choice the emphasis on youth Arvind! I always do that in my careers! ;) Keep it up!
Great starts to the story Arvind, keep it up. good to see someone managing somewhere different. It's also nice to see that you are intent on promoting youth. keep it up.

Important note for readers


Hello guys. Today an unfortunate thing happened - my computer crashed twice in a row because of overheating and when I booted it up after the second time, all my data had been erased and I had to start afresh. I've just installed Steam and FM, currently working on getting some logo and face packs. I've also lost my Bayern save unfortunately, but since I've barely gone into the story, I will start a new save and do the same transfers. In case anyone has been wondering why I haven't updated over the last 3-4 days, it is because I've had 3 tests in 2 days and I've been too exhausted to even open up FM. None of my stories have gone on very long and I want to change that. So I just wanted to let you know that this story will continue. Thanks.
Man bad luck losing everything :( but im very glad you're going to carry on the story!
Good luck with the "new version" of your story bud. Hopefully your laptop will live long enough ;)
hope you have a speedy save recovery lol :) good luck when you get started again
Unlucky mate, looking forward to the stories return.
Great start of your story. And awesome chosing Kahn for manager :)
You've done good moves in the market, and that's very unlucky the game crashes.
Anyway I hope you rly do it again and continue the story because have been awesome till now.

Good luck for your story :D
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Ah, the summer. The season of warmth, bright light and longer days. And with it, it brings summer vacations, time at the beach, hot girls in bikinis, ice cream, exotic fruits...okay, okay, stop clearing your throat , the Mill will get to the point. With it, summer brings the thing we've all been waiting for. The Summer transfer window. Aside from giving the Rumour Mill a job for the next two months or so, it also brings us shocking transfers, greedy agents, disloyal players, transfer sagas, spending sprees...alright, alright, the Mill will stop.

Let's get warmed up, do a test drive, dip our feet in the water, taste the pie...Ow! Don't hit me, I'll get to the point, I swear! Let's get warmed up with the Mill's first transfer rumour of the summer.

Arsene Wenger will never get tired of signing French players. However this summer, instead of crossing the channel, he will drive up north to Little France a.k.a Newcastle and drive the Toon's Hatem Ben Arfa back into England. Monsieur Wenger might need to pay the Ligue 1 club in excess of £13m, though.

Manchester United's whining, glory hunting, be20ving, not living in Manchestering fans have demanded for years that Sir Alex Ferguson do something about that gaping hole in the center of their midfield. It has appeared that the old Scot has finally heard them for the first time in twenty six years (which is surprising considering that Old Trafford is quieter than The Moon during home games and Fergie's hearing hasn't been the best of late.) To pacify them, he will sign either Napoli's Marek Hamsik or Porto's Joao Moutinho for a fee close to £25m. Porto's chairman has responded to the interest from United by saying "If Joao leaves us, the fans needn't worry because we will make sure we find an equally good midfielder to replace him." Porto fans might have two reasons to worry though - one is that the only target the Portuguese champions have in mind is Kobenhavn's Claudemir who they will grab for £1.9m if Moutinho goes - and the second is that their chairman is a big fat liar.

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Joao Moutinho is weighing up a move to league runners-up Manchester United

The Mill has a bet going around the office about exactly how many players moneybags outfit P$G will sign this summer. Sporting Director Leonardo has said that the Parisian club will look to sign "a handful" of players, prompting questions about how big the Brazilian's hand exactly is.

Moving on to Deutschland, or the Federal Republic of Germany, or Germany...don't hit me again! Moving on to Germany, Bundesliga club Stuttgart hope to wrap up the transfer of Muller for a bargain £3.4m. Unfortunately, the Muller the Mill is referring to is not Bayern Munich's Thomas Muller, but Mainz's Nicolai Muller, who was a bit-part player for the club last season. Not looking like much of a bargain now, eh?

Borussia Dortmund appear to be buggered when defensive midfielder/captain Sebastian Kehl leaves next summer. However, in an attempt to be just bugged, the yellow people over at the Signal Iduna Park will hope to sign stomach bug infected Manchester United midfielder Darren Fletcher by the end of next week. And unfortunately for Dortmund, Polish striker Robert Lewandowski has had some silly thoughts planted in his head about him being bigger than the club - probably by his agent - and the 6'0" hit-man has been considering putting in a transfer request. Manager Klopp has warned him that any attempt to leave will result in him being paired with German international Mats Hummels in central defence, since Serbian defender Neven Subotic is busy packing his bags for London, where he will partner fellow Californian redwood tree Per Mertesacker at Arsenal. Now that's an outcome no one wants. Except maybe every other club that will play Dortmund this season.

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Midfielder Darren Fletcher is feeling nauseous again after being linked with Dortmund


Bayern Munich will look to borrow Dynamo Kiev's probably-virgin Brazilian winger Dudu, sleep with him, and then decide whether or not to keep him depending on how good the sex is. And since they can't find anyone to spend their money on, they will also loan Genoa's Eros Pisano for cover at full-back, since their only fit one is Kapitän fantastic Phillip Lahm.

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Dynamo winger Dudu is already on the ground waiting for Bayern to uhh..get started.

That's it for today folks, the Mill will now go take a 14 hour nap. It's summer vacation, and the Mill wants to sleep in.
very nicely writen :D loving this rumour mill :) very nice idea youve inserted into your story :D
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haha nicely done! such an epic idea and so funny as well! looking forward to more of these :p
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This story is very interesting!
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Great story mate and the writing is pretty fucking awesome :P! Heheh! Keep it up Atvind!

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