Minimalistic soccer manager from Commodore Amiga inspired by the classic games of the genre from 8-bit computers - you take over a poor quality team from third division and compete to reach the top division or get to European competitions through local cup. Written in AMOS Basic in just 4 days the game was hardly a competition for Championship Manager or other serious titles, especially since only the user’s team was fully simulated, but with simple rules and few interesting options it was a decent casual game.
There were few leagues to choose from (England, Germany, France, Belgium, Holland, Poland, Spanish, Italian, Scottish), including two that were mixture of clubs from different countries and one that was generating all the clubs randomly. This plus few of the basic management features (transfer lists: domestic and foreign, hiring coach, scout and physio) made a casual game that could be fun for a while.
The graphic side of the game (partly due to AMOS Basic limitations) and lack of sounds were weak points of the project, but apart from that it was nice little game that was bringing back the nostalgia mixed with modern elements (like the substitutions during the match or transfer options).