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LOCATION: Canberra



In the heart of the bustling city of Canberra, Australia, among the concrete and glass, you'll find the home of the Southern Pumas. This vibrant, resilient football club has left an indelible mark on the Futera Ligai Division 2, and they're not done yet.

The Southern Pumas play their matches in the beating heart of Canberra, the Puma Den. A stadium filled with passion, the Puma Den is where the team's followers, nicknamed the "Roaring Pride," gather to witness the spectacle of football.

They're a ferocious bunch, always ready to pounce on the opportunity to support their beloved Pumas. The team's history is a veritable "Who's Who" of football legends. Among them is the agile attacker, Liam Sullivan, known as "The Canberra Kangaroo" for his high leaps and powerful strikes.

Then there's the impenetrable goalkeeper, Maddison "The Wallaby" Walker, whose quick reflexes and bold saves have earned her a special place in the hearts of the Roaring Pride. But no history of the Southern Pumas would be complete without a nod to the legendary rivalry with Wesley City.

The "Duel Down Under" between these two teams is a sight to behold, a battle of titanic proportions that sends sparks flying across the pitch. The teams' fiercely competitive history has seen thrilling victories, heartbreaking losses, and dramatic last-minute goals that have gone down in the annals of Futera Ligai Division 2.

The Pumas' rivalry with Wesley City has always kept fans on their toes, or should we say, paws. The thrill of the game is heightened when these two teams come head-to-head, with the Pumas often showing that they're not just any pussycats when it comes to their sworn adversaries.

So, there you have it - a snapshot of the Southern Pumas. A team that's as fierce as the animal they're named after, as relentless as the fans that cheer them on, and always ready to put their best paw forward in the pursuit of glory. In the game of football, they're the cat's whiskers, and they're not afraid to roar about it.

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HEAD COACH - Vladislaus Dragomir

Age: Approx 125 years old   Nationality: Romanian


As a centuries-old vampire, Vladislaus Dragomir has seen it all, from the rise and fall of civilizations to the evolution of football itself.


Despite his advanced age, his passion for the game has never waned, and he has amassed a wealth of knowledge and strategy that he employs as head coach of Batford Sucker Club.


His piercing gaze and commanding presence on the sidelines instills fear and respect in his players, and his unorthodox training methods have produced results that have baffled even the most seasoned football analysts.


His tactics may be unconventional, but there's no denying his success in the Futera Ligai.


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