Barcelona, Madrid, Munich and ... Orange?
While his hometown might not have the same notoriety amongst the footballing community as some of the biggest clubs in the world, Angus Wythes is hoping to bring out the best in the Central West.
The former Orange Ex-Services Soccer Club player has just been appointed the new Western NSW FC coach and while squad selection is still underway, he already has an idea of what he would like to see next season.
"The main thing is to get the boys into a position where they're really enjoying the football, then getting down into the way I want to play the game," he said.
"If we could win together that would be phenomenal and hopefully have a successful season, but first priority is to build a culture around the boys and around the club and re-forge the closeness and togetherness that may have suffered in the indifferent season last year."
The side will play in the FNSW Men's League 3 competition this season.
Born and bred in Orange, coaching was a slow burn for Wythes.
"I got injured while I was playing and it meant that I couldn't really continue playing and I was working with my then head coach who later became my mentor, Tony Britton, and he dragged me into coaching and that was the end of it," he said.
"I dabbled in coaching a little at uni, but it was the injury that deeply led me into that path."
In recent years, Wythes has plied his trade over in England as part of the coaching staff for semi-professional side Balham FC. He is now hoping his ties to the Central West can help him and his side succeed.
"I'd like to think we're cut of the same slab and we have similar ideas about the game and we can relate and understand with each other," he added.
"I think it's also a good opportunity to build the connection with the community.
"Being a local guy means you've got the connections, you've got the network. But for those who want to come down and watch or those who want to become involved as a sponsor or contribute to the program beyond the coaching side, it's an ability to relate.
"I'd like to think that being a local boy adds a bit of weight to one of the drawcards to the team."
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