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To reach the top 100 in your league is nice of course, but it is not a real success in my eyes. I think training a talented youth player and seeing him reach the national team is a real success. Or, to help somebody else or to encourage a lot of managers to support our region's team in a Friendly Tournament! Those successes are reachable to anybody, not just the most talented managers :)

When I started my studies back in 2002, one of my roommates played Hattrick. He was really excited when he explained the game to me, so I started playing. In the first year of playing, I got an HT-mail from someone who was living nearby. At this moment he is still one of my best friends. We both started playing again when we first stopped playing somewhere in 2008.

I play Hattrick because it has become a sort of strange family to me. I've been playing since 2008 and I've met a lot of people here. Very interesting people, very strange people, all kinds of people. I think I'm still playing Hattrick because in this game I have found a lot of friends. Some of them are now very close to me and my family, they have seen my child's birth and Hattrick is still the place where I can find them.

I've been playing Hattrick for so long now, that it has become an integral part of my life. Of course family and job come first, but I would definitely call Hattrick a hobby.

I would say the community is the strongest reason I have stayed in Hattrick for so long. The game too of course. After having trained my players and played in the French Division 2 for a while, I started focusing on training international players to help the Moroccan team. Today 80% of the defense of the Atlas Lions was trained by me!

One reason I play Hattrick is because I like the cyclical nature of the game. You start with an idea about what kind of team you want to build, then you train long-term (up to 3 years in real life!). While you build, you can test and try to comprehend the aspect of the match simulation that you want to master. I also like the tactical choices you have to make for each match. But the most important component is the community.

 
 
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