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Challenges The American π Challenge

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The American π Challenge

Inspiration can come from anywhere and today I'm posting a one season challenge inspired by a pretty famous song. 

In this American π Challenge you'll need to sign three American players at any club and play the season, the target is for your players strike rate to hit π so a g/m rating of 3.14. Obviously this is a very hard target to hit so we'll be looking at who can get their three players the closest. To work out the figure you divide the goals scored by games played, so for example 338 goals scored divided by 120 games = 2.82 when rounding up. 

Rules
1. Any club is fine as are other transfers
2. Only your three selected players equal your rating
3. Own formations only
4. No unlockables, editors or cheats
5. SI Databases only
6. Picture evidence will be required
7. Have fun!

Leaderboard

@1759- 1.60
Thank you for viewing and good luck!
 

Edited by Ashez

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3 minutes ago, 1759 said:

@Rob Good challenge for your Keegan tactic I’d say!

That's a good shout.

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25 minutes ago, Nucleus said:

@Ashez I’m slightly confused with the scoring here. Is it total manager games, or total combined games of all three American players?

Manager/which ever single of the three played the most in the season. 

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25 minutes ago, Ashez said:

Manager/which ever single of the three played the most in the season. 

Right so if my manager Profile says 60 games but my highest played American is on 56 games, I go on 56 right?

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1 hour ago, Nucleus said:

Right so if my manager Profile says 60 games but my highest played American is on 56 games, I go on 56 right?

Correct :)

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