Stockport County – Managerial Application

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Dear Mr Whiteside,

I am writing with regard to the vacant managerial position at Stockport County Football Club. I really hope that you can consider my CV in your search to find a manager to take you back to where you belong, The Football League. With my wealth of Football Manager experience, football coaching, playing and enthusiasm for the all round game, I believe I would be the outstanding candidate for the job.

At the age of just 18, my tactical knowledge for the game is unquestionably already up there with likes of Jose Mourinho, Andre Villas Boas and Martin Allen, and that has been demonstrated in my Football Manager 2010 campagin with San Marino Calcio who I took from Serie C2 (fourth tier of Italy) too back-to-back Champions League crowns in just 8 years. Just imagine what I could do with Stockport County with the backing of the board and fans. The success doesn’t stop there though. I later moved on to Debrecen who I took to the last 16 of the Champions League after 4 successive league titles, and then moved back to Italy to guide Inter Milan to 5 league championships in a row.

I have also had many successes in other foreign leagues on Football Manager, and I write a weekly blog about Hungarian football, which included an interview with George Hemingway, the chairman of Budapest Honvéd FC. With this knowledge I will able to find exciting talent in the depths of Hungary which will leave our Blue Square Premier competitors behind, and with the contacts I have in the game (Michael Cox and Jonathan Wilson both follow me on twitter), advice for certain matches will be readily available.

I know you might be thinking that my experience within England may be lacking, but I have managed my cousins Under 11 side a couple of times when their manager was away, and from these games I have learnt so much about the game. They currently play in the Young Elizabethan League second division, and are looking to get back to the promise land this season, the YEL – Division 1. When we played against Nigel Clough’s son’s side, Nigel shook my hand after the match and specifically said “Well done pal”, and I think we all know how valued his opinion is within the World of football.

Along with English, I can also speak fairly good Hungarian, a bit of German and can ask Andy Brassell on twitter for a translation of anything that is said in Portuguese, Spanish and French.

Moving to Stockport would not be a problem for me either, as I have a few friends who go to University in Manchester so I could crash with them for a couple of years until we get back into League One and you have the money to buy me a flat within the great city of Stockport. I will also be willing to this job voluntarily as long as you pay for my petrol to get to games and training (I will just use my student loan for everything else).

I am ready for an interview any time after the 13th May 2011, and I look forward to hearing from you.

Yours Sincerely

Tom Mortimer


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