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Kanegan

Challenges The Enzo Scifo Challenge

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Vincenzo "Enzo" Daniele Scifo is a retired Belgian football midfielder who is regarded as one of Belgium's greatest ever footballers. He has also managed the Belgium national under-21 football team and several Belgian club sides. He played for clubs in Belgium, France and Italy, where he won several domestic titles. At international level, he was a member of the Belgian national team, for which he appeared in four FIFA World Cups, being one of three Belgian players ever to do so.

Scifo was born in La Louvière, Wallonia, to Italian parents from Sicily. He proved himself a highly promising talent in youth football and was nicknamed "Little Pelé" at his local team, where he scored 432 goals in only four seasons as a junior. Scifo joined his local club R.A.A. Louviéroise as a seven-year-old in 1973. He transferred to Belgium's most successful club, R.S.C. Anderlecht, in 1982.

Scifo made his first team debut with R.S.C. Anderlecht in 1983, at the age of 17. After winning three Belgian First Division championships with the club, and helping the team to the 1984 UEFA Cup Final, only to lose out to Tottenham on penalties, Scifo earned a reputation as one of the most promising young stars of his generation, and moved to Italian club Internazionale in 1987 for a fee of 7.5 billion Lire. After an unsuccessful spell in Milan, which saw him manage only four league goals in 28 appearances, he moved to French club Bordeaux in 1988 where he again disappointed, and faced injuries and conflict with senior squad members. His career was revived by a successful move to Auxerre in 1989, at the age of 23, under manager Guy Roux, which led to a return to Italy with Torino in 1991; his second spell in Serie A was more successful, as he reached the 1992 UEFA Cup Final in his first season with Torino, and won the Coppa Italia the following season. Scifo then moved to AS Monaco in 1993, where he endured a similar level of success and won the French championship in 1997. He returned to Anderlecht later that year and won his fourth Belgian league title in the 1999–2000 season. He joined Charleroi in 2000, but retired later in the same season, at the age of 36, after being diagnosed with chronic arthritis. In total, Scifo scored 121 league goals in 478 official matches. Can you emulate the Belgian legend??

Challenge Set-Up:

  • Load up Belgium, France and Italy and start your career at Anderlecht.
  • You must sign a Belgian midfielder who will become your new “Scifo”
  • At Anderlecht you must win at least 4x League Titles and win Europa or Champions League.
  • Transfer to France to any club of your choice and bring your player with you. Here you must win 1x League Title.
  • Wind down your career in Italy with any Italian club and win atleast 1x Coppa Italia and Europa or Champions League
  • Your player must have scored more than 121 goals in his club career.

Bonus:

  • Take charge of the Belgium National team and score more than 18 international goals by your new "Scifo"

Rules:

  • Own Formations only
  • Only SI databases.
  • No unlockables unless earned on the save
  • No use of any editor
  • Evidence is required via screenshot, I’d suggest posting a career for all of Vibe to follow
  • No Cheating - Reloading to avoid injuries counts as cheating

 

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