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Worst regen names

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In 2019 and this is probley the worst attempt of a regen name i have ever seen..

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[url]http://georgianheraldry.blogspot.com/2009/10/tsinamdzghvrishvili.html[/url]

Looks like a proper Georgian name according to this... what's wrong with it?

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At first it may look unpronounceable, but I assure you - after few bottles of georgian wine you'll be fluent in all those dzgh's and shv's ;)

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Andrey Shitts, and Freedom Slabber, who's apparently 100% English, are much worse than this, and I'm only on the third season.

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I've got one called Ollie Rattle.

Far too high a percentage of decent regens are strikers from what I've seen so far, regardless of how many you already have. Isn't the game supposed to generate some youngsters in positions you actually need them?

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I have a Nigerian striker called Daddy Sheriff. What were the parents thinking?!

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I have a Nigerian winger who had the pseudonym Daniel. Very original. Well, he's a great talent so i though i could just give him a nickname consisting of his full name. Then i saw his full name in his profile: Daniel Daniel.

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Not a bad one, but I had a very promising french right-back called 'Geronimo' once on FM2010. Amused me.

My favourite was "Peter Parker", one of those entirely made up and crap regens that gets stuck in your squad screen if you don't select another goalkeeper for a friendly.

Signed him, and then constantly used the "Everybody gets one" quote from Family Guy as he blundered about the pitch for the reserves, picking up more sendings off than successful tackles. In fairness, he was an awful goalkeeper, nevermind a defensive midfielder. Still, I got a few laughs out of it! :D

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in FM11 I saw a Brazilian guy who was named Fernando Bob. I found it to be quite amusing.

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In Fm10 I had a regen from Africa named Sunday Salami. Made me chuckle.

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I bought a French regen striker called Timmy Trim.

Not sure why it amuses me but it does.

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I had a dutch/congolese DM called 'Bigger Wangu'.... Made me laugh when I got the headline 'Wangu makes big impression'

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I once saw a 'John John' and 'Vasco Vasco' on FM 11. Very amusing.

On the subject of African regens, the current Nigerian president is Goodluck Jonathan, so any African regens with crazy names should be quite realistic!

[url]http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Goodluck_Jonathan[/url]

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Wang Gang from China, real player.

Nigerian names are the best though. :thup:

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[quote name='hejh0pp']I have a Nigerian striker called Daddy Sheriff. What were the parents thinking?![/QUOTE]

Thats a blinding name haha

On Fm11 I had Ray Ray which amused me.

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I signed 'Sunday Monday' for my Cukaricki team, but left before I could play him.

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Found a regen CB from the US called Dylan Goldtwat. Not sure what to think of that.

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I've got a class regen for my Arsenal side called "Dogan Dogan", needless to say I've nicknamed him "Dogan".

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I see a lot of players with the same first name and last name - in my current FM08 game with random names, I played against both Dean Dean and Martin Martin in the first season in BSN.

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