Worst Teams

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== Missing a game to watch the fall of a myth ==


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Some managers make an effort of creating the worst team possible.

A German manager named Tobollik got famous this way with hattrick´s worst team (521197), but now retired from Hattrick.


In Italy there was a worst team: L'Italia dei CONTADINI which was probably the world worst team ever! Now this team doesn't exist anymore, but its history is impressive.
141 official matches played
3 matches won (walkover)
138 matches lost
15 goals scored (walkover)
1396 goals conceded.

The record of games without a victory is an impressive 102 matches and 1034 conceded goals.

With the friendly games, the results are even worse:
228 matches played
3 matches won (walkover)
225 matches lost
15 goals scored (walkover)
2266 goals against.



Another great example is the Portuguese manager, PRG-PDG, with the team SOL (1410382).

The project start on 23/06/2007, and until now they have:

115 official games,

2 matches won (walkover),

113 matches lost

10 goals scored (walkover)

1112 goals conceded.

Until 2010, Jan 1, he already lost 102 consecutive official games and suffered 1000 goals.

With friendly matches the numbers are a little bigger: he lost 245 games and suffered 2392 goals.

He hasn't scored a single goal in a 240 consecutive games.

Another interesting fact is that SOL was the only HT Team with players from all HT Countries.


There are also some managers that don't want to be good, but don't want to give up their training either. They claim to have the best bot-team. The Belgian manager Moonsje is one of them. But one of the best examples is probably Yellow Red Emelgem which plays in sixth division (out of 9) while the players of this team are similar to those of a bot-team. The manager loses almost every match with on average 5-0 but still is training almost perfectly (5% stamina, solid coach, 9 assistens, 17 yo players).

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