Hi, this is my first post on this website and I decided why not a start career/story thing?I’ve started as an unemployed (fictional) ex-footballer under the name of Nigel Wilson; I have set his reputation as professional footballer, like I said Nigel Wilson is a fictional character and is made up, my aim with Nigel is to make him one of the top managers in the world. I won’t stick with one club for the entire save.
I only have the English leagues loaded; please give me feedback whether or not I should continue with this story, here’s the profile below.
Date of birth-7.4.77 (35 years old)
Place of birth-Newport, Wales
Playing career-Barry Town (youth) 1992-94
· Barry Town-1994-98
· Cardiff City-2007-2010
Career in management
· Cardiff City-2010-2012
Nigel Wilson was born in the city of Newport in 1977, he had a burning passion for football and played the beautiful game almost every day of the week, he soon realised he had a talent for the sport and joined a local club side, in 1992, at the age of fifteen, he was spotted by a Barry Town scout and was signed up to play for their youth side. In 1994 he broke into the Barry Town first team at their most successful period as Wales’ sole representative in European club football, he found his feet quickly in the Welsh League and in his four years of first team football, he won three Welsh Premier League titles (1995-96, 1996-97, 1997-98), two Welsh Cups (1995-96, 1996-97) and two Welsh Football League Cups (1995-96 and 1997-98). He then got his big break move, signing for Brentford FC in 1998 for £50,000, winning a Third Division title in 1998-99 and then succeeding in the Second Division. He moved to fellow Londoners, Milwall, in 2001, where he immediately won the Second Division title and promotion to the First Division, he enjoyed relative success with Milwall and made the play-offs and enjoying a season in the UEFA Cup, however in 2005 Milwall were relegated, he was released by Milwall and was quickly snapped up by Reading, where he won the Championship and promotion to the Premier League, unfortunately he featured no part in Reading’s premier plans, and accomplished his dream move to Cardiff City in 2007, where he played and later coached.