What This Is
An FM2010 Career universe, populated by two new country structures and five managers. The two new country structures are a two-tier setup for Ethiopia and an extensive four-tier setup for North/Central America (including the USA, Mexico, Canada, and the nations of the Caribbean and Central America).
The five managers are:
• Danyil Oranje, who starts as head of Chelsea.
• Tadesse Makonnen, who heads the leading Ethiopian side, St. George.
• Levi McKinnon, head of the low level USA team, the Houston Comets.
• David Barron, coach of a truly destitute Racing Club Haitien.
• Terry Langford, head of Ajax Cape Town in South Africa’s Premiere League.
The Story So Far
We are a few months in, with game time of early June, 2009. Chelsea is in stasis until the season begins, but Oranje has already begun to make his mark on the team, adding Daniele De Rossi to the mix. Likewise, the South African leagues are in their off season break, so other than some minor adjustments to staff and the like, Ajax Cape town have been quiet.
Not so the other three. One of the features of both the Ethiopian and North American structures is an abundance of cups and challenges. St. George has been active in the RASS (Red & Arabian Sea States Cup), and in a bit of a shocker, have qualified for the second round of play (see the key games here and here). For the two NADII (North American Division II) sides, both cup and league play have started. Barron is finding it hard going in the under financed, underaged, underskilled world of Port-Au-Prince, but is slowly trying to build a squad. McKinnon has had a better run, and is slowly building what looks like candidates for promotion in Houston.
If this interests you, the latest information is always at http://mknn.wordpress.com/ . I plan to post updates in this thread as interesting moments come up, and also a general update each month of game time.
I hope you enjoy it.
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