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  1. Introduction: John Lesuuda (Kenya) Purple Pants for Sychophants Birthplace: Kiambu, Kenya Age: 24 Height: 183cm Pants: Luxurious Compared to other African countries Kenya suffers from a lack of infranstructure and scouting. Its a tough place for football to prosper. But let no one tell John that. Being life long best friends with powerful men in the country. One wonders the reasons behind his surprise appointment for the National Team. I personally think it's his superior fashion sense to be fair. Always clean and tucked. Obviously the first playe
  2. Introduction: Jacob Hyles (New Zealand) "If We wait we can't mess up." Birthplace: Auckland, New Zealand Age: 20 Height: 184cm Social Skills: None When people talk, they become annoying. When people look at you, they become irritating. Everyone rushes along with everything, never having the patience to get the result they want. Or at least that's what Jacob thinks. Don his red jacket and you'll hear of a man who thinks he knows how to solve the world problems. Taken away from a (certain in his mind) career by developed scolosis. Jacob went q
  3. Haha thanks Introduction: Mia Grayson (Canada) Small but Proud Birthplace: Berwick, Canada. Age: 23 Height: 150cm Gingerness: Yes. For some actually participating in football is never an option in the first place. Mia was a girl on the short side of short her entire life. Never one to win a header or manage to get any acceptable speed on a pitch. She was nevertheless enthralled by the sport that captured little of her country's attention. Still, many a nights were spent studying the game instead of sleeping. She often found delight i
  4. "Being good at international management requires no skills. Just confidence and a sixth sense" - Some guy at a pub once. (Genuinely) International management is a tough one. It's the ultimate game of working with what you got. A fixed playerbase and long breaks between training whatever method of play you have come up with. To many an expert being in charge of a nation, of the pride and will of it's people. Is a job that often doesnt suit typical elite club managers. And often the same the otherway around. It use to be managers would lead a nation after long careers. With a reputat
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