New Munich manager immediately trades star player to former rival in home country.
The move was first welcomed by managers all over the globe: manager Dilyan who achieved great success with Eastern European side Maribor decided to move to fallen Western European giants Munich. Western European managers welcomed the competition and felt it added to the claim the EW is in fact the strongest region in WES. Eastern European managers sighed with relief as one of the toughest opponents left, and neutrals were interested to see what Dilyan could do in another region.
The atmosphere among Western European quickly changed though, as one of the first things the new Munich manager did was trade one of his star players: allround midfielder Wimmer. And he didn’t trade him to just anyone, Wimmer went to former rivals Pristina in EE!
What was going on here? Is Dilyan really interested in testing his skills in EW? Or is this a scheme to ship the talented players to his native EE in order for his former rivals - but also friends- to dominate the world stage?
Once this thought entered the collective subconscious of EW it suddenly struck them Dilyan was not alone. Recent transfers saw managers Ami Steiner (Lodz), Hydravliska (of Poznan fame) and Bashev (Brasilia but EE roots) come to EW as well.
Are they really looking for a challenge in what is said to be the most competitive region in WES?
Or is this all part of a masterplan to have their beloved EE in the drivers seat to succes for the coming seasons? Time will tell....