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Hello and sorry in advance for stopping my careers so abruptly lately! My FM19 and FM20 careers really didn't last long as I quickly grew tired of these versions of the game. In search for my love of the game I've gone back 2 versions to... ... inspired by the last career I really enjoyed, with MTK in Hungary, and also taking advantage of the extensive library of add-on leagues available for FM18, courtesy of Claassen. So I've decided to do a.... In case there's still someone who doesn't know what a Hexagon Challenge is, it consists in winning: the UEFA Champions League (Europe) the Copa Libertadores (South America) the AFC Champions League (Asia) the CAF Champions League (Africa) the CONCACAF Champions League (North/Central America) and the OCF Champions League (Oceania) Basically, you seek to become continental champions in all 6 continents as the globe of football is subdivided by FIFA. For this purpose I have set up my game like this: ... and the game is processing/holidaying literally as I type. My manager is unemployed and taking a holiday until the 1st of January of 2018, so all I know is afterwards I will end up in one of the following 5 nations as a starting point - in search of one of the most obscure CLs in Africa, Asia, or Oceania: Let's go!
Hey there! I’m new here after a long time of reading from the shadows and here I am with my favourite manager, former Red Hot Chili Peppers guitarist John Frusciante. So, yeah. I'm trying to have some fun with the game by adding a small twist to a well known challenge. I’m trying to do the Hexagon challenge but with teams/nations that had never won the CL/Continental cup. Also I need to win Club and Nation World Cups. Since this will take a lot of time, I’ll probably use a lot of Instant Result just for this save. Will definitely still see finals and important matches. Also, it took me a year and a half (In game) to decide to finally post here, so the first update will be a big one. I plan on doing monthly updates later on. In order to do this task I’ve created a 20 years younger than real John Frusciante, loaded up some Oceania leagues and went on holiday until December. Some jobs are available but the first ones to pick me up are AS MANU URA, playing in Tahitian Ligue 1 Vini. I took the job at the start of March 2019 and found this. Oh, and in case you're wondering why the points don't make sense. The squad wasn't great and we didn't have much to do, since we were in a good position to avoid relegation and we had no chance of winning the league. We ended in the same position we started, which is decent, and now we have a lot of work to do if we want to be competitive. Also, at the end of this season I found out we were qualified for OFC Champions League. I don't know why, but I'm guessing something from the previous season. Going there not expecting much. Career summary Trophy cabinet
Hello guys, I decided to start my first thread updating on the progress of a challenge that I saw posted by @CTID86 which left me intrigued. A new spin on the Hexagon Challenge. Is it the hardest challenge ever? The idea is simple, you start unemployed with no coaching qualifications and Sunday league player experience. You have to win all 6 Champions Leagues (CONCACAF, UEFA, Oceania, CAF, Copa Libertadores and AFC) in the world but... here is the tricky part. You have to win each one with a club based in a country that has never had a Champions League winner before! So kiss goodbye to clubs in Spain, Brazil, Mexico, South Korea etc! After some research and league expansions from Steam I have started a game and loaded up 2 nations from each continent that have never had a Champions League winner. I will try and win the Champions League of each continent with a club from one of these nations. Asia - Kuwait and Lebanon Europe - Belgium & Greece Africa - Kenya and Senegal NA - Jamaica & USA (Canadian team only) SA - Peru Oceania - Fiji & Solomon Islands None of those countries have ever had a club win their regions Champions League. Club 1 - Solomon Warriors I decided to start my career by applying for jobs in the Solomon Islands as it was probably one of the easiest countries to get a job in as all the clubs are amateur level. I applied for three clubs and luckily Solomon Warriors offered me the job.
Summer hols over, training course done but a week or so before I am back to work so time to fire up this save again and get my 2022 season report done