Viktor Fischer: Brilliant at Football Manager

By John Patrick
Sep. 03, 2020

Fans of the Football Manager game are no stranger to the name of the Danish footballer, Viktor Fischer. In the game that is popular with many people, Fischer is included in the Wonderkid category in the 2011-2013 edition.

Thanks to that fancy label, it's only natural that Fischer would be wanted by managers.

In the real world, the name of the man who was born had skyrocketed when defending the Dutch giants, Ajax Amsterdam, in the 2012-2016 range.

Together with the club which is home to the Johan Cruijff Arena Stadium, Fischer successfully kissed a pair of Eredivisie titles and a Johan Cruijff Shield.

He was even named Ajax Talent of The Year in the 2012/2013 season.

A sign that Fischer's capabilities are highly appreciated.

Interestingly, before deciding on Ajax as a place to study outside Denmark, Fischer rejected offers from teams like Chelsea, Internazionale Milano, and Manchester United who were displeased with his abilities after seeing Fischer's captivating action at the 2011 U-17 World Cup in Mexico.

On January 23, 2016, Fischer made a record 100 appearances with De Godenzonen.

As a result, he became the 159th player in Club van 100, an official list of players who have made 100 appearances for Ajax.

At the same time , Fischer revealed that he intends to seek new challenges outside the Netherlands even though his contract remains until the summer of 2017.

Move to England

Leaving Ajax, which is actually a top club in the Dutch mainland, Fischer then flew north to continue his career.

England is the choice of the figure from Aarhus.

ut oddly enough, the bottom club, Middlesbrough, which he chose as a new port.

Many observers are confused by Fischer's decision.

In Germany

Fischer tried to sign a contract with FSV Mainz 05 ahead of the 2017/2018 Bundesliga season. Incidentally, Mainz's coach at the time, Sandro Schwarz, was aggressively bringing in new players to strengthen the fleet for the mission to escape the relegation abyss.

“I am interested in what the Sports Director, Rouven Schroder, and the coach, Sandro Schwarz, have to say about Die Nullfünfer. I want to be part of the team as soon as possible, find the best performance, and show my quality on the field, "Fischer said as released by the official Mainz website.

Homecoming to hometown

In January 2018 he decided to leave there and go home to his hometown to defend FC Kobenhavn. Fischer's hope to return to his best form was agreed by Stale Solbakken, the coach of the team that was founded in 1992.

“Over the last few years, he is one of the most attractive talents in Europe. But after his adventures at Ajax, he hasn't found the right club. We believe that Kobenhavn is the right place for him, as well as himself for Kobenhavn ", said Solbakken as quoted from the club's official website.

Kobenhavn ended the 2018/2019 season with the Danish Super League title.

Fischer himself showed quite satisfying action by appearing in 22 matches while packing 7 goals and 9 assists in all competitions.

Meanwhile, this season, Fischer and his colleagues are currently competing with FC Midtjylland, who happened to be his former club before pursuing a professional career at Ajax.

Until the 20th week, the two teams are only four points apart.

Fischer wants to continue his fine form at Kobenhavn this season having played 32 games in all competitions and scoring 5 goals and 10 assists.

He hopes a call from the Danish national team coach, Age Hareide, to appear at the 2020 European Cup. Not only that, but Fischer also has hopes of defending an established European club in the future.