The Biggest Winner
Hello and welcome to a special edition of 'The Biggest Loser', over the past 5 years we've helped Americans, Brits and Australians to go from whales to minnows with the aid of a $250,000 prize fund, or £25,000 in the case of the poor Brits. However a new dawn is approaching, with the overwhelming popularity of football in the UK our producers have come up with a new concept, 'The Biggest Winner', rather than helping people lose weight we'll be observing 20 lucky strikers as they join 10 Premier League sides and battle, in pairs, for the prize of a 5 year contract at the biggest club in world football, Real Madrid.
But of course there is a catch, the 20 strikers we have picked out are all big prospects and no doubt have a big future ahead of them, but they also have big problems, you see our producers decided to keep parts of Biggest Loser, because these are no ordinary players, they are all overweight, unthinkable for a Premier league hotshot, and part of their long term goal will be to shed weight as they progress, this will be achieved by way of secret tasks, the players will have a different task each year to complete, succeed and they will inevitably shave pounds off in no time, fail however and pounds will be put on. (ed. if you're perplexed as to how this translates into FM it will all be explained at a later date)
For the first season the players will be randomly allocated a club for each pair, all 20 clubs in the Premier League will be available for selection, from the second season onwards, however, the player from each pair with the highest goal to game ratio will decide which club he and his partner go to.
And now onto the dreaded evictions.... every season a couple will be evicted until the final 4 are chosen. This will be achieved through the two pairs below the yellow lines (aka the two pairs with the lowest goal to game ratio) will be put up for eviction, the other pairs will then state which pair they want to be evicted, the pair with the most votes will be out of the competition but still in the game, meaning that their careers will still be reviewed once the show finishes.