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Episode 1 Ladies and Gentlemen, Welcome to the first ever episode of the Circuit Chronicles. Eventually, this broadcast will bring you the latest news considering league 376146 on a weekly basis. Who hit the transfer market and signed the next big superstar? Who got out of the top game victorious? What strategies does the refined low-budget club manager have to lead his team to glory? After Sub Marine, a former german amateur league coach, got awarded the spot as leading manager of the Tottenham Hotspur, Premier League owner's thought might have changed. In recent interviews, several owners claimed, that they consider signing no-name managers with great tactical education. Clubs like both Manchester United and City, Chelsea, Arsenal London, FC Liverpool or West Ham United are still looking for new managers to lead them into the new upcoming Season. "That was in the past, we're in the future now" - David Beckham He had the opportunity to talk to Sub Marine shortly after his signing at the White Hart Lane. In a short self-presentation he assumed that working with him would be an alteration for his team, but he is confident that his adjustment will expose the team's full potential. He also told us, that he is an advocate of youth Players, who are easier to teach new tactical maneuvers, as Long as they have experienced teammates to lead them - some of which he named in Jan Vertonghen and Toby Alderweireld. Latest rumors reported about a possible interest in selling Victor Wanyama and Mousa Dembelé, to which Marine denied to leave a comment. We are excited to see, who joins this new exciting trend and look forward to tell you in the second episode of the Circuit Chronicles, when we take a closer look on transfer strategies and present player material to crown an early league favorite. 20.12.2017, Week 1 [Off Topic: As i told, I am from Germany. I'm trying to keep this Thing interesting but if there are any language mistakes I apologize.
This is the last post I will put up for NEW WORLD ORDER. If you have no idea what this is about.......on you tube type NEW WORLD ORDER GAME WORLD SOCCER MANAGER Also there is a blog www.nwo-league.cf Myself and Kev Wright have planned and organised this carefully vetting applicants to avoid cheats and get the best possible people in. We also have a very experienced soccer m panel that help with recruitment identifying any suspect accounts. Managers history is studied (managers who don't commit and quit teams early need not apply), and the panel then make a decision on each applicant. 15 managers have been rejected. Managers do not choose teams. Instead there will be a Live draw in London to decide who gets what similar to the champions league and FA CUP draw, (except it's in the pub) Contact Myself or Kev Wright or join an empty GW 363478 where you will find me and can add me. Rob
An update on New World Order. The GW is due to open January 1st 2018 but we may consider bringing it forward depending on numbers. We have 44 managers signed up at present. If you would like to know more you can message me here, you can click on YOU TUBE and type NEW WORLD ORDER GAME WORLD SOCCER MANAGER, or you can add me as a friend. A lot of planning and preparation is going into this GW in terms of which managers are recruited, the structure of the GW in terms of rules and challenges and also with the interactive blog that will run parallel to the GW. Cheers. Rob
I am planning a new GW called New World Order to begin January 1st. It will be a world championship with a twist. The five big leagues, Spain, England, Italy, France and Germany will have 7 representatives. 35 teams. Another 15 countries from around the world will have 3 representatives making 45 + 35 =80. The final 20 teams will be unusual sides with large stadiums. All corners of the globe will be represented. The teams with the biggest squad value ie Barcelona, Real Madrid, Chlsea etc will start in Div 5 and the teams with least Squad value will begin in Division 1. Div 5 teams will only be able to buy players up to 84 rating, Div 4-86, Div 3-88, Div 2, 90, Div 1 92. THe big teams will not be able to buy their way out of trouble or monolpolise the market. Managers will have to work with what they have, improve their tactics and develop their scouting system. There will be a squad cap of 50. No hogging of players. Finally, you will not choose your team. 100 managers will go into a lucky dip and the team assigned will be random. Managers who quit leagues after a few games need not apply. I am looking for serious, committed managers who want to be part of something special for the long term. I have a a very good group of around 40 managers that are honest, trustworthy and reliable and I need another 60 or so. If you feel this challenge is something you would want to be part of send me a message. I will be preparing aspreadsheet and blog, and all managers will be subject to strict vetting.