Writer’s Collide: The Letter Challenge

Ryan, Luke and Dom have each selected a 30 man squad to be placed in the English Premier Division. Each player in the squad was chosen based on their surname. Ryan had to choose players whose surname began with either R or B. Luke had A and H, with Dom taking D and L. Their teams replaced Sunderland, Bournemouth and Crystal Palace because they finished 17 and 15 in EPL last season. This means that Luke might have a chance of winning a game or two against the newly promoted teams (Guess who wrote this).

Below is a list and small introduction to the new Premier League clubs. You will see each teams logo as well as some information about the club, including potential star players:


Founded in 2016, Browny FC are a club that play their home games at the Browny Arena in Liverpool. The club was set up by Chairman, Owner, and Manager Ryan Brown who has always had the ambition to manage a Football Club. Ryan Brown won the lottery back in 2015 which was enough for him to go solo and create a football club, and what better name then Browny FC? Named after himself, of course.


The club was able to capture a number of magnificent players, like Ronaldo, Bale and Benzema. The club isn’t short of experience with some of the most gifted players being brought to the new Merseyside club. The media will obviously highlight Ronaldo’s stature at the club, who is arguably the best player in the World.

To my understanding the tactic that Browny FC are likely to be using is a 4-3-3. It’s fair to say that the club definitely have some of the best attackers in the world and it looks like they will use that to their advantage. It also looks likely that they may even play a 4-2-4, however I’m sure the first few Premier League games will shape up the team.


Founded in 2016, Potters FC are a club that play their home games at Hogwarts Arena. The club was founded on a day out to the Harry Potter Studio Tour in 2015, and is fan-owned by over 100,000 Harry Potter fans who invested in the club. The club is currently managed by Luke J. Hume who has set his eyes on European football for the 2017-18 season.


The club have managed to sign some great players this season such as Aguero, Hazard and Higuaín. The club also managed to sign Danny Haynes. The media are already predicting that Aguero will be up there for the Premier League’s top goalscorer, and that Hazard will be up there for assists.

The tactic that Luke is likely to play this season is a tactic called ‘Score More’, where you have one goalkeeper, and the rest of the squad playing in the midfield and upfront. The simple aim for this tactic is to outscore the opposition, and have a good goalkeeper.


FC United of Dom was founded in 2016 by a fan group lead by Dom Loe, in a bid to tackle the illustrious clubs at the very top of English Football. Based in Yeovil. The team play at Stade de Loè, and wear an Orange and Black kit. The fan group helped fund the 60,000 seater stadium and allowed Dom Loe to begin his football management career.


The Ds have brought in some quality players over the summer, including Robert Lewandowski, David De Gea and Stewart Downing. Also the club have looked to the future with the signing of Ousmane Dembélé and Gianluigi Donnarumma. All 30 of the players brought in will be vital to a positive start in the English Premier League.

Dom Loe is aiming for continental football this season, and in a recent press conference said: “We’ve got some quality opposition in this league, including the other two that have joined this year. I’d be happy with a top 4 finish this year, maybe top 7 and a cup.” It appears new manager Dom Loe has a fierce rivalry with fellow managers Ryan Brown and Luke J. Hume. Fans of FC United of Manchester will be hoping that the rivalry won’t affect the clubs performance in the league and domestic cups.


So, who do you think will win the Premier League? Below is the predicted top 10.

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