Since I managed to spawn my own virtual son, I’ve decided to follow his career with more than just moderate interest and well… Now you all get to follow his career as well. Every year, I will look at his career and update you all on the progress he has made with some screenshots and brief match clips. Let’s take a trip down memory lane, shall we?

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Roel at intake. He didn’t look like much, but most coaches get it wrong. The raw potential is there, so we get some of the best tutors in the squad to help him develop. Combine that with some blatant nepotism and this young lad saw far more first team action than warranted.

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A year later and he looks like quite the little gem. Slowly, we are polishing him and turning him into an absolute little star. His time will come, I am sure of it. Fortunately for him, he has a position that suits my strikerless needs, which means no time is lost in retraining him into a more suitable position.

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On the verge of adulthood, Roel is developing into a quite nifty little shadow striker. Fast, aggressive and deadly. He has scored a few goals by now and he’s a solid starter in games versus opponents from the bottom half of the league.


Guido

Guido is the founding father of Strikerless and main nutjob running the show.

2 Comments

lollorossi99 · February 10, 2016 at 2:09 pm

wow, he’s growing really well! Noticed that he also became Argentinian, you feel betrayed by any chance? haha 😀

    strikerlessGuido · February 10, 2016 at 2:12 pm

    Nah, he came through with a double nationality and since we are active in Argentina, there was always a fair chance that he’d pick them over his home country. Would be bad if he turned full international and scored against his home nation… Or worse, against my international side…

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