We once again adopt Pablo Castro, the man who wrote history for Chelmsford City. We know of the years he won promotion after promotion. We know of his Premier League triumphs. We know how he conquered Europe. But where did it all begin? Where did he come from when Chelmsford's owner Mansell Wallace took him under his wings after discovering him on the docks right off the banana boat? That's the history we're going to write with this succession game.
I've selected 15 nations: Cuba, Peru, Venezuela, Australia, Fiji, China, Hong Kong, North Korea, Yemen, Saudi Arabia, India, Congo, Madagascar, South Africa and Egypt.
Every season a new member of the forum will take over the career of Pablo Castro. Because of the different start and end dates of the nations, you'll get to play out the first season if you take a job in a nation with a different league calender. So if you accept a job in a league with a different schedule you will automatically get 18 months. Likewise, if you start in July and automatically hop to a job in the middle of the season, you get to finish that season and play the next one (because half or less of a season isn't fair). Each manager is allowed to accept ONE job in each turn, so no one is jumping leagues to keep playing. Reloading is illegal, as is creating a new manager. Screenshots are mandatory.
Please don't sign up if you don't have time to get a season finished in a reasonable amount of time.
(I hope this is clear enough)
Pablo's journey will start in his own country Cuba. His first job was offered to him when he was just 25 years old by his hometown club FC Holguín. FC Holguín is a semi-professional club in Cuba's Campeonato Nacional de Futbol. They were crowned champions once in 2006. It was the perfect place for Pablito to start his career. Holguín was his town and it always would be. (I should get kudos for this Woody Allen (Manhattan) reference.)
2010-2011: Juventino - FC Holguín (Cuba
2011-2012: Mrromaniac - FC Holguín (Cuba