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IIWiki is an online, web-based, free encyclopedia for the creation and display of fictional content produced by members of NationStates. It is unaffiliated with NationStates.

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Pere Clar (born 30 April 1965) is a Midrasian professional football coach who is currently the manager of the Midrasia national football team since 2018. Clar has won numerous trophies in his time as a manager, including several Liga 1 titles, the Mydran Cup, Super Cup, the Navish Superliga, Navish Cup, and one Copa d'Aeia. Clar began his professional football career signing for then Liga 3 side Laterna Cardinaux at the age of 15. Clar quickly established himself as an up and coming talent in the team. After three years at the club, during which Clar helped the team to promotion to Liga 2, he was signed by Liga 1 side Monza. However, Clar's time at the club was cut short by an ankle injury sustained in a match against close rivals Firenze in 1988, for which he sat out the remainder of the season. After an examination by team medics, Clar's injury was ruled untreatable, forcing his early retirement at only age 26. Finding himself unable to play professionally, Clar turned to management to stay within football, travelling around Asura in order to learn about management and footballing tactics. (See more...)

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