Pub Team to Manager’s Dream Part 39 – Unfortunate Transfers

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Yep the transfers are back, along with all the trouble they cause…

and two fairly key players have been lured away, this time one on fairly big wages that put us out of the running for getting him back, at least for a few seasons… Continue reading Pub Team to Manager’s Dream Part 39 – Unfortunate Transfers

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Pub Team to Manager’s Dream Part 38 – Big News

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Big news indeed, and also news for which it remains to be seen if it is good or bad.

And just to build the suspense a little more, I’d say that the event has occurred earlier in the timeline of this club… Continue reading Pub Team to Manager’s Dream Part 38 – Big News

Pub Team to Manager’s Dream Part 37 -Mid Sussex League Div. 5

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Another season, another league and this time it’s the Mid Sussex Football League Division Five.

For the sake of an introduction, I’ll say that it has been another good season for us and the board are once again happy enough to keep us in the job. And now without further ado, I’ll get into the slightly finer details of the season… Continue reading Pub Team to Manager’s Dream Part 37 -Mid Sussex League Div. 5

Pub Team to Manager’s Dream Part 36 – We’re Back!

 

First of all, I apologise for not posting in such a long time, things got really busy unfortunately. But I’m back now and ready to get rattling through some promotions, so let’s get on with it…

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Pub Team to Manager’s Dream Part 1 – Pitch? Yes. Anything else? erm…

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So we have no coaching badges but plenty of Sunday league football experience, ambition and passion.

And that must be what they were looking for so we’re in, we got the job!

The board of three of the old team’s players is headed by Chairman Danny Dodd (Randomly generated and slightly scary looking) who is now paying me the colossal wage of…

…wait for it…

…£0 p/w (I suppose we’re going to have to make money for living on some other way, or get those promotions coming thick and fast). But we are an amateur team so that’s fine.

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I told you he was quite scary looking

And on that amateur note, we have a stadium called Adastra Park which if we’re honest is just a pitch. It has a capacity of 1,000, which I think means that there’s space for 1,000 people to stand on the remaining grass around the pit

ch. But we have the lowest rated training and youth facilities, limited youth recruitment (at least there is some), about £2,000 in the bank, oh yeah and NO PLAYERS.

Of course we’re building the club from the ground up, quite literally, so that’s how it should be but now we have a whole load of browsing and scouting to do….. ahhhhhh yeah forgot to mention, no scouts either.

But no bother (sort of) as we can just hire one for free as with all amateur contracts. Or the only scout available to us and our meager reputation can reject us before even negotiating because he wants a paid contract which we aren’t allowed to offer. Anyway, we eventually hire a coach with decent judging ability and potential stats and begin to go about our business.

The (hopefully) more interesting events of which and the chosen players to pioneer this fresh faced club are coming up next time…

I hope you join me