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The top 10 most exciting clubs for FMH2013


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The transfer window is reaching twilight and a few tasty deals are starting to be wrapped up. Now it is time to cast our minds to the future and see what challenges FMH2013 will give us, which clubs are going to capture our mind and imagination? Where are we going to find something new and exciting? I am going to run down the top 10 most interesting clubs to play as in FMH2013 as of the transfers now (16/08/2012). Will it inspire you? Will you agree/disagree? Let’s see.

10. Borussia Mönchengladbach:

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Nation: Germany

League: Bundesliga

Finances: Good

Star player: Luuk De Jong

Why?: The surprise of the Bundesliga last year had to be this relatively unknown team gaining a Champions League qualification place. With some top class players like Marc-Andre ter Stegen who are promising they can push to challenge the Bayern Munich/Borrusia Dortmund dominance with the right decisions. What followed the ecstasy of qualification was star man Marco Reus leaving the club for rivals Dortmund. They worked quickly to replace him with in-form Dutch striker Luuk De Jong who promises to be epic on the next game. They aren’t going to be easy but with a lot of player’s upgraded ability wise and a few new faces to replace those who got poached by bigger teams it is going to be a challenge to see if you can keep them in the Champions League places with a limited fund compared to those around and more pressure than ever.

9. Juventus:

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Nation: Italy

League: Serie A

Finances: Rich

Star player: Andrea Pirlo

Why?: I don’t think many would have predicted Juventus to rise from the ashes like a phoenix and dominate in the first season they really asserted themselves at the top again. Unbeaten in the league for the whole season is no easy feat (ask Arsenal fans) and with a new stadium Juventus have been looking at the cream of the crop during the summer. Many names have been linked to the club with The Old Lady including Fernando Llorente and Robin van Persie with the former still heavily tipped to join them. They’ve already attracted some new names to go into their team including Lucio and Paul Pogba which will add some more class to what will be a much improved side for the 2013 game with Italian players and Juventus alike performing significantly better over the course of last season meaning a huge boost to the attributes of all.

You’ll need to take their riches and experience to prove it wasn’t a fluke in 2011-12, see what you can do with the expectation back on Juventus’ shoulders and the “glory” that happened last season casting a huge shadow over you.

8. Borrusia Dortmund:

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Nation: Germany

League: Bundesliga

Finances: Very Good

Star player: Mario Götze

Why?: Winning the double by beating Bayern Munich twice is a big incentive. Now Dortmund still have a young squad but have the knowledge to make it a third successive title in a row and with quality such as Götze still at the club it would be impossible to write them off. There is a catch to all this glory though, Dortmund haven’t done much in the Champions League and will be hoping this changes in 2012-13 this will be your job while maintaining the balance. The finances also comes into play, Bayern Munich and other teams trying to catch up have a lot more money than Dortmund so it is all about self-sustaining as the top team in your nation which is rarely seen with the big teams in other nations. Kagawa is gone and so has Barrios, these will be two huge blows and were cornerstones of the team, yet it isn’t all doom and gloom as you have been blessed with Marco Reus; who’s another young prospect in the team afterbeing snapped up this summer by Dortmund and he’s a capable replacement to the Manchester United new boy Kagawa. They’ve dealt well in the window and now it’s up to you to keep the likes of Hummels, Bender and Götze from the rich boys in other leagues in order to dominate home and for the first time ever in the club’s history – Europe!

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Not the modern version ;).

Thanks for the comments, I do agree with Portsmouth and Leeds too (if Leeds get taken over) but I have a feeling League 1 will be pretty easy as all you need is a good wage budget to get promoted and I think Pompey will have this sadly.

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Not the modern version ;).

Thanks for the comments, I do agree with Portsmouth and Leeds too (if Leeds get taken over) but I have a feeling League 1 will be pretty easy as all you need is a good wage budget to get promoted and I think Pompey will have this sadly.

What means modern version? - 1997 the Champions League had already 4 groups with the top teams of Europe. Not that much B-Teams as to date.

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The modern Dortmund haven't done much with Gotze, Kagawa, Hummels etc. They've struggled to make an impact on Europe despite lots of success in Germany.

For the last line I mean totally dominate Europe like become regulars in the Champions League knock out rounds which despite being full of quality hasn't been the case where as Bayern Munich have.

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