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Hi all, My name is Juan Antonio, and I am a spanish SM player! I want to share with us how I got to make real this great challenge. I had played another game, where I had winned some competitions (two Champions League with Man.United and Southampton, an European League with Palermo, and some national leagues and cups). So, I wanted to do a real, complicated new challege: to do a career from an England 5th division team!! So, in this post, I go to share my experience. Come on guys!
Hello guys, I'm new here. I loved this game for ages , and I recently got back to it. Created fresh account,and my first save will be with Berwick Rangers. Hopefully someone will follow this story lmao, I'm not sure how frequently I'll be able to post updates because of my busy schedule but I will give my best. Still not sure should I post updates every 6 months or every season. I'll figure out that before first update hopefully. A little bit of history of Berwick Rangers. Berwick Rangers was officially formed on 7 January 1884 after a match was played in the town between a team of millworkers from Dunbar and a team of railway clerks from Newcastle. For much of the club's history it was believed that they had formed in 1881, though recent research indicates that 1884 is the more likely date of formation. Their first competitive match was against another team from Berwick, 'The Royal Oaks' on 16 February 1884. Berwick Rangers won the match by "one goal to nil". Arguably their greatest success came in 1967, when they beat Rangers 1-0 in the Scottish Cup under the management of player manager Jock Wallace. It was the highlight of a memorable cup run, which had seen them break a club record in beating Vale of Leithen 8–1 in the first round. The result sent shockwaves around Scottish football and led to a number of the Rangers players leaving Ibrox it was also the club's greatest home attendance of 13,365. They were paired with Hibernian in the following round but lost 1–0 in front of a crowd of nearly 30,000. Berwick Rangers were one of a handful of teams in the world to play in a national football league other than their own country's, where both countries have their own fully professional competitions. Berwick-upon-Tweed is 4 km ) south of the Scottish border and is closer to the Scottish capital than to North East England's largest city, Newcastle Upon Tyne, the nearest major city on the English side of the border. The town had previously been part of Scotland and changed hands many times until finally taken by England in 1482. The club also formerly played in the East of Scotland League which contains other nearby Borders teams, prior to joining the Scottish League.