San Marino Double Challenge – Football Manager

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San Marino, the punching bag of international football since they officially begun in November 1990, where they suffered a 4-0 defeat at the hands of Canada. That defeat contributes to their win total of 143 losses compared to a measly 4 draws and just 1 win (1-143-4 record). Their only win came from a home friendly against Liechtenstein on the 28th of April 2004. They’ve scored a total a total of 23 goals compared to the 645 goals they’ve conceded.

Their top scorer is 41 year old striker Andy Selva who captains both SP La Fiorita and the San Marino International team. He currently has 8 goals from 74 caps. Other than him San Marino only have one other player in history that has scored more than one international goal.

Will San Marino ever improve? That’s all up to you! San Marino also have a domestic team that currently compete in the Italian Serie D league.

Your task is to take over both club and country. As you build up the club through promotions, boosting facilities, and nurturing youth talent, can you also help the national team reap the benefits of your success? A San Marino Calcio side in Serie A with homegrown talent taking to the field could catapult the San Marino we all know and thrash into contention to qualify for, and dare we suggest, win international tournaments.

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To participate in this challenge you’ll have to download the league here!

Let us know how you’re getting on with this challenge by sharing it with us on twitter at @Dictatethegame or share it with us on Facebook at Dictate The Game

If you’re looking for more Football Manger challenges head over to the Challenges section of our website!

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