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'''Ardent Enthusiast''' is the owner of the North County Raiders. He made a minor name for himself with his seasonal Puke Green Socks Rally. His real fame came when he was elected as the [[National Team]] manager and served during Seasons 24-25.  He stands as one of the most criticized National Team managers in the [[USA]], since he failed to lead the team out of the Second round of [[World Cup VI]], due to an unfortunate [[World Cup VI#The "Scroll Wheel Incident"|incident]].  Despite his subpar (at least in the eyes of the USA users) performance, he re-ran in the next election and lost to [[Lathrop]] by a mere three-vote margin.
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'''Ardent Enthusiast''' is the owner of the North County Raiders. He made a minor name for himself with his seasonal Puke Green Socks Rally (which is extremely immature). His real fame came when he was elected as the [[National Team]] manager and served during Seasons 24-25.  He stands as one of the most criticized National Team managers in the [[USA]], since he failed to lead the team out of the Second round of [[World Cup VI]], due to an unfortunate [[World Cup VI#The "Scroll Wheel Incident"|incident]].  Despite his subpar (at least in the eyes of the USA users) performance, he re-ran in the next election and lost to [[Lathrop]] by a mere three-vote margin.
  
 
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Revision as of 18:21, 6 December 2005

Ardent Enthusiast is the owner of the North County Raiders. He made a minor name for himself with his seasonal Puke Green Socks Rally (which is extremely immature). His real fame came when he was elected as the National Team manager and served during Seasons 24-25. He stands as one of the most criticized National Team managers in the USA, since he failed to lead the team out of the Second round of World Cup VI, due to an unfortunate incident. Despite his subpar (at least in the eyes of the USA users) performance, he re-ran in the next election and lost to Lathrop by a mere three-vote margin.