Sunneva Gunnlaugsdóttir, Spokesperson for Tundra Axle FC
Tundra Axle FC are pleased to announce that we are entering the prestigious international tournament, The Golden League. The club feel this is a good way to move forward with our plans to make Tundra the biggest club in the tiny fictional county of Clunwardineshire-just-under-Salop. It will also be an opportunity for fans to visit some of the most famous grounds in the Hattrick world, as well as host some of the most renowned clubs.
Imagine Renaissance FC or Langer House stepping out of the tunnel of the East Stand here at Tundra Park! Imagine heading to Australia for some Pig Hunting, or to South Korea to mix it with the Buraq of AS Uijeongbu 07!
Manager Jonas Solskín has officially stated his delight at this latest development:
I am delighted with this latest development. Officially delighted. Fixture pile-up? Officially not a problem.
Coach Giampietro Porto expanded:
It will be a fantastic opportunity for the supporters to see some of the world’s greats. I imagine we will be introducing some rotation to the squad for this, so it’s also an opportunity for the fringe players to get some game-time in really testing environments. Our friendly this week shows we are not being challenged enough in our friendly schedule [losing 0-10 at Matungo] so we look forward to some proper hard scraps.
Our first Golden League match, next week, is a big trip to Romania to play the Blue Hornets of FC X-Team, presently going strong at the top of their Division and clear favourites. Club captain Elliott Tennyson is certainly looking forward to it:
I’m certainly looking forward to it, and so are the kids! Most of the boys here have never been to Romania and they can’t wait. Football? Well that’ll be fun, sure, but the sightseeing opportunities!
The club are arranging a free supporters coach to the airport – look out for Dóra and the purple TATA club shop for more details.