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First I played Hattrick to win, but over the years, I came to realize that reaching the absolute top wasn't going to happen for me - I'd need to spend too much time to fully understand the game and make use of that knowledge. So I stuck around because of the great atmosphere and people in the forums. Recently my interest in the game itself increased again, which made me open a team in a new league (Botswana), and I'm trying to be at least semi-competitive there.

What I like about the Hattrick community? Everything. I like all the help you can get in the forums about the game, but also for everything else it gives you in everyday life. Hattrick is my favorite social network.

My biggest achievement in Hattrick so far is that I have won some titles with my second team in Bahrain and reached the semifinals of the National Cup in Italy, but I hope, a few months from now, that it will be winning the World Cup for the Italian NT.

The best moment for me is when a youth player finally has finished the training you envisioned. I still remember the key players from my time in Hattrick. Josip Dumont-Damien was one of the first ones, Luc de Romrée de Vichenet and Mamadou Toure are players I remember fondly from my last generation.

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.

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 :)

 
 
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