|Fifa Name||C. Austin|
|First Seen||#1: What's Wrong with the American Economy?|
|Last Seen||#217: Beginnings and Endings|
Cteve Austin grew up in a working class suburb of London. Cteve Austin is a womaniser and isn't a beliver in monogamy. His ego is also very large. He is a party animal, which has led him to come to some training sessions with a hangover, but when it is time to be professional, he is there. Austin is very loyal to the club and values what is good for the team. When he talks, he uses a lot of sports clichés. He does not enjoy talking to the press. He stood by the John Greens when the press were inquiring about their marriage. He does not like or undesrtand reporters and feels like they are there to annoy him. He is significantly less intellectual than the other Swoodilypoopers (with the exception of Fat Lucas). He is an active Twitter user.
Austin was one of the original Swoodilypoopers and stayed throughout manager John Green's time at the club.
On the realisation that the Swoodilypoopers would be going to the Premier League and may not be playing as often as he likes, he said to the press that "John Green clearly only likes to play with John Green up front. They're clearly monogamous because they won't play with anyone else." This was not good for team morale.
During the transfer season after the 2013 - 2014 season, he nearly left the Swoodilypoopers. He claimed that he wasn't played enough and that he was better than other players.
Austin did not play for the Swoodilypoopers for a long time, but came back in the 2014-2015 F.A. cup as he was one of the original Swoodilypoopers.
He was injured for the 2010-2011 FA Cup Final.
Cteve was injured again in the round of 16 stage of the 2012-2013 Euro League second game against Zenit Saint Petersburg and again in the semi-final against Fenerbahçe S.K. He picked up another injury in an F.A. cup game against Peterborough United in the 2013 - 2014 season. This injury came about from partying too much.
Austin was seen playing for Burnley.
Austin was seen playing for Queens Park Rangers.
Charlie Austin at Wikipedia.
Charlie Austin at SoFIFA.