**** ON THE CITY!
- Mar 3, 2010
Follow Victor Eze as he travels out of his comfort zone and looks to become the greatest football manager of all time....
Atlanta United // January 2019 - December 2019 (Resigned)
19/19 US Open Cup Winners, MLS Eastern Conference Winners, MLS Cup Winners
Crystal Palace // December 2019 - June 2022 (Joined Man Utd)
19/20 8th - Premier League, Carabao Cup Finalists, 4th Round FA Cup
20/21 10th - Premier League, Carabao Cup Quarter Finalists, 4th Round FA Cup
21/22 - 2nd - Premier League, Carabao Cup Winners, Semi Final - FA Cup
Manchester United // June 2022 - Present
22/23 - Premier League, - Carabao Cup, - Round FA Cup, - Champs League
Côte d'Ivoire // February 2020 - June 2022
A huge challenge. Of that, I was certain. This was an opportunity that needed to be taken. My bag was packed and I'd said my goodbyes. I was ready to catch my flight to Atlanta and leave my past behind me. This was my future and I was so excited. I'd never been to America before and had even done my interview via Video Call with the owner of the club, Arthur Blank. I'd seen photos of the new stadium and read up as much as I could online to learn as much as I possibly could about the club and surrounding area.
After an extremely successful five years in youth and lower league English football, I'd decided to take the plunge and leave my role as a semi professional coach and teacher and left to take over one of the clubs with the biggest potential in the world. The thoughts of facing and potentially meeting David Beckham after he opened his new franchise made me smile. Gathering together the last of my things, it finally dawned on me....
I WAS THE NEW MANAGER OF ATLANTA UNITED FC....
Stadium: Mercedes-Benz Stadium
Capacity: 42,500 (Expandable to 73,000+)
Opened: 26 August 2017
Founded: April 16th 2014
Owner: Arthur Blank
Manager Profile: Victor Eze
Full Name: Victor Hope Okoro Eze
Age (D.O.B): 28 (17th May 1991)
License: Continental Pro License
Experience: Semi-Professional Coach
Past Playing Experience: Professional Footballer
I moved to this country with my parents before they passed away much before their time. I was just 18 when they passed away and they'll stay with me to this day. They helped me realies my dreams of becoming a professional footballer but unfortunately a catastrophic injury saw it snatched away from me. I then took up coaching in my local area and here we are...
Start of Job Meeting
And with that... a whirlwind day had passed me by and I had managed to take in all the informaiton I thought I'd needed. I arranged a press conference for the following day and sat back in my new home with bottle of cold budweiser and pondered the future.....
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