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  1. Scott Williams Euro 2032 Portugal Group Stage | Tree Portugal went into the tournament as one of the favourites. Ranked 4th in the world and being the current holders of the competition it was hardly suprising they were expected to do so well. The group contained England (9th), Croatia (11th) and Romania (48th). The first game was against England, touted as favourties to progress with Portugal through to the next round. Scott's men threw an immediate spanner into their plans, comfortably dispatching them 5 (FIVE!) - 0 with five different names on the scoresheet. After that win the camp seemed to assume they had already topped the group and were caught out by a strong Croatian side falling to a 1-0 defeat. They would also go on to beat England and draw with Romania to top the group. Elsewhere England also drew with Romania meaning they finished on 1 point. Portugal managed a 1-0 win putting them through in second place. In the second round Portugal faced Germany, a much tougher fixture than either side would have hoped for this early on but nonetheless, to win it you have to beat the best at some stage. In the end there was little to worry about 2-0 early on and Germany could only find a response in the 86th when Aruajo turned it into his own net. However, Fabio Silva was on hand to quickly grabbed his second of the game to make it 3-1. The Quarter Final produced a much kinder draw as Portugal faced Poland. The game ended 4-2, Joao Felix bagging himself a hattrick, with both of Poland's goals coming from set pieces. Elsewhere the world number one, France, were knocked out by Spain. The Semi Final match up was against one of the host nations. Holland, who were ranked 3rd in the world. What should have been an intense tactical and possession battle proved to be nothing of the sort. A fairly dull 1-0 victory for Portugal with the winner coming from the spot on the stroke of half time. Into the final. Two years in a row for Portugal. Four years ago they faced Belgium, this time around they had to find a way past Italy. Most of the Italian side plays in the Premier League which may have proved to be a factor as they struggled wiht Portugal's ability to pass the ball around. 66% possesion for them was the highest in any round. Silva put the Portuguese in front after 2 minutes and then Moura followed it up with a close range shot after a move involving 8 of the 10 outfield players stringing together 19 passes. Italy got one back but they didn't manage to find an equaliser. Just to make sure Simoes made it 3-1 in the 92nd minute to ensure that Portugal retained the title. Champions Of Europe 2032! Club Football On the club side of things, Scott left Bournemouth after coming under pressure from the board. Winless in 6 before Christmas left the side in 11th place with the board wanting Europa League qualification. It should have been possible with the squad he had built, but for whatever reason they just weren't clicking. Perhaps it was to do with the age of the squad, or the lack of a homegrown core to the team. Either way Scott parted ways before he got another sacking. Bournemouth went on to finish in 10th place with their new manager and of course having got to the final of the FA Cup in the two seasons prior to Scotts tenure, went on to win it after he left. Scott now finds himself in Italy managing AC Milan. He took over with 7 games to go. And got a record of 4-2-1 which included a win over fallen giants Juventus, and draws against rivals Inter and Roma. Next season they'll be looking to win the Europa League for the second time in 3 years and hoping to break into the top 4 having just missed out by 8 points last season. Personnel Career Clubs Managed: 8 Nations Managed: 5 Trophies Won: 12 Runner Up Medals: 5 Manager of the Year: 3 2022, 2026/27, 2029, 2030 (Winner) | 2020, 2025/26 (Runner up) Number of Sackings: 2 (Kaizer Chiefs, Suwon) Career Earnings: £9.75 Million --------------------------------------------------- Club Career Season NAT Club Division Pos Cup 1 Cup 2 Cont CWC Things to Note 2020 CHI Nublense Primera Div B 6th R2 - - - Playoff Winners, U19s Runners up in Div 1 2021 CHI Curico Unido Primera Div 7th R2 - R1 - 2022 CHI Curico Unido Primera Div 1st Won - R1 - Domestic Double, MOTY 2022/23 ARG CA Union Superliga 17th R5 - - - Avoided Relegation 2023/24 ARG CA Union Superliga 15th R5 - - - Avoided Relegation 2024/25 ARG CA Union Superliga Resigned End of Phase 1 2025/26 RSA Kaizer Chiefs Asba Prem 2nd RU Won - - KO Cup Winners RU in other Comps 2026/27 RSA Kaizer Chiefs Asba Prem 3rd RU R1 Won - Champions League Winners, MOTY 2027 KOR Suwon K League 1 7th - QF - Joined July in 5th, Sakced September 15th 2027/28 ARG Velez Superliga 2nd - - - - Joined December in 8th 2028/29 ARG Velez Superliga 1st Won - QF - Domestic Double 2029/30 ARG Velez Superliga 2nd Won - Won - Copa Libertadores and Copa Argentina Winners, won both Supercups MOTY 2030/31 ENG AFC Bournemouth Premier League 9th R3 R2 - - Somehow won Superliga manager of the year for 2030 2031/32 ITA AC Milan Serie A 6th - - - - Joined with 7 games remaining U18s won the legaue and cup ---------------------------------------------------- International Career Season Nation Rank Continental World Cup Things to Note 2023 Honduras 67th - - Relegated from Nations League 2024 Honduras 72rd - - Qualified for Gold Cup 2025 2024 Russia 42nd - - 2nd in NL Div B 2026 Russia 30th - 2nd Rnd v SUI Topped Group, Lost to Switzerland 2027 Nigeria 12th RU - AFCON Runners Up, Resigned as manager 2031 Guinea-Bissau 53rd Won AFCON Winners 2032 Portugal 3rd Won - European Championship Winners ----------------------------------------------------- Challenge Progress 2/10 Leagues (Chile; Curico Unido 2022, Argentina; Velez 2028/29) 3/10 Cups (Copa Chile; Curico Unido 2022, RSA Telkom KO; Kaizer Chiefs 2025/26, Copa Argentina; Velez 2028) 2/5 Continental (Africa; Kaizer Chiefs 2026/27, South America; Velez 2029) 0/1 Worlds 2/5 Continental (AFCON; Guinea-Bissau 2031, EUROS; Portugal 2032) 0/1 Worlds Total 9/32
  2. Scott Williams Manager Movement 22nd July 2031 Guinea-Bissau --> Portugal As is the norm every summer there is a cascade of manager movements. Ancelotti retired from Tottenham, the Real Madrid manager went to Spurs and the Portugal boss followed in his footsteps to Real. Scott was still enjoying his AFCON victory when the email came through from the Portuguese FA begging Scott to take charge. Whilst (as expected) a lot of portuguese players made the switch to Guinea-Bissau, Scott has gone in the other direction. They are currently ranked 5th in the world. They came runner up in the 2022 World Cup and are the holders of the Euros. With the Euros taking place next year, Portugal need to get past Norway and Croatia if they want to retain their title. Personnel Career Clubs Managed: 7 Nations Managed: 5 Trophies Won: 11 Runner Up Medals: 5 Manager of the Year: 3 2022, 2026/27, 2029, 2030 (Winner) | 2020, 2025/26 (Runner up) Number of Sackings: 2 (Kaizer Chiefs, Suwon) Career Earnings: £6.5 Million --------------------------------------------------- Club Career Season NAT Club Division Pos Cup 1 Cup 2 Cont CWC Things to Note 2020 CHI Nublense Primera Div B 6th R2 - - - Playoff Winners, U19s Runners up in Div 1 2021 CHI Curico Unido Primera Div 7th R2 - R1 - 2022 CHI Curico Unido Primera Div 1st Won - R1 - Domestic Double, MOTY 2022/23 ARG CA Union Superliga 17th R5 - - - Avoided Relegation 2023/24 ARG CA Union Superliga 15th R5 - - - Avoided Relegation 2024/25 ARG CA Union Superliga Resigned End of Phase 1 2025/26 RSA Kaizer Chiefs Asba Prem 2nd RU Won - - KO Cup Winners RU in other Comps 2026/27 RSA Kaizer Chiefs Asba Prem 3rd RU R1 Won - Champions League Winners, MOTY 2027 KOR Suwon K League 1 7th - QF - Joined July in 5th, Sakced September 15th 2027/28 ARG Velez Superliga 2nd - - - - Joined December in 8th 2028/29 ARG Velez Superliga 1st Won - QF - Domestic Double 2029/30 ARG Velez Superliga 2nd Won - Won - Copa Libertadores and Copa Argentina Winners, won both Supercups MOTY 2030/31 ENG AFC Bournemouth Premier League 9th R3 R2 - - Somehow won Superliga manager of the year for 2030 ---------------------------------------------------- International Career Season Nation Rank Continental World Cup Things to Note 2023 Honduras 67th - - Relegated from Nations League 2024 Honduras 72rd - - Qualified for Gold Cup 2025 2024 Russia 42nd - - 2nd in NL Div B 2026 Russia 30th - 2nd Rnd v SUI Topped Group, Lost to Switzerland 2027 Nigeria 12th RU - AFCON Runners Up, Resigned as manager 2031 Guinea-Bissau 53rd Won AFCON Winners. 2032 Portugal 5th ----------------------------------------------------- Challenge Progress 2/10 Leagues (Chile; Curico Unido 2022, Argentina; Velez 2028/29) 3/10 Cups (Copa Chile; Curico Unido 2022, RSA Telkom KO; Kaizer Chiefs 2025/26, Copa Argentina; Velez 2028) 2/5 Continental (Africa; Kaizer Chiefs 2026/27, South America; Velez 2029) 0/1 Worlds 1/5 Continental (AFCON; Guinea-Bissau 2031) 0/1 Worlds Total 8/32
  3. Scott Williams 2031 Africa Cup Of Nations Guinea-Bissau The first International Tournament for Scott since 2027 AFCON with Nigeria. Scott finished runners up in that tournament and Guinea-Bissau were not fancied by anybody to do that well. Confidence in the camp was fairly high, they qualified in second on GD to Algeria, winning the home tie but losing away. In the friendlies they picked up results against Morocco (0-0), Cameroon (3-2) and The Gambia (3-0). They had a good game against Ghana but went from 2-1 up to lose 3-2. (I let the assitant manager play the 2 pre tournament friendlies rather stupidly as I just wanted to start the tournament and lost 5-2 to Nigeria and 3-0 to RSA). Onto the Group. Malawi, Ghana (the holders) and Egypt were drawn against Guinea-Bissau. Things got off to a great start beating Malawi 9 (NINE) - 0. Admittadely they were the whipping boys of the group but it was a great start nontheless. A win against Egypt would see GB through but in the end both sides had to settle for a 0-0 draw, GB were undoubtedly on top and hit the woodwork a couple of times but couldn't score. That just left Ghana, avoid defeat and GB would qualify. GB took the lead through Indjai just after HT and Ghana equalised in the 78th minute. Once again GB were very much on top but took the 1-1 draw. (they would have qualified as a best 3rd team due to their GD) Second Round: Guinea-Bissau v Cameroon Possible QF Possible SF Possible Final or 3rd Place Playoff Squad NB: Thanks Skills for the layout Idea
  4. Makes me wonder how on earth they were still in the division, If i tried implementing a similar tactic I'm certain I'd have been bottom of the league
  5. Scott Williams 2030/31 End of Season Review AFC Bournemouth Preview | Table | Results 1 2 First season in Europe wrapped up for Scott. As you can expect from Bournemouth, they finished mid table. Scott's first port of call was to install a revolving door at the training ground. With the squad depth looking like it did many many players left the club and even more came in. If you haven't lookeed at the screenshot; Bournemouth had 17 players who could play RW (3 had already been sold when I took the SS), 14 CAMs, 11 STs, and then 1 LB, 1 CB and 1 RB. Not sure what tactic Eddie Howe had been playing for the last 10 years but it seemed as soon as his Scouts saw a RW Eddie signed him. So £288million of players left the club in both windows, with £188 million coming in. 3 players made the switch from Velez being, Reyes (dubbed the next Suarez) and CBs Ortiz and Anichini. Brexit has meant there is a 17 foreign player limit so Scott attempted to bring in some English talent but the options were limited. (I've now laoded the championship so that hopefully some of the clubs will produce some good newgens). An aging Joe Gomez, Phil Foden and Todd Cantwell were brought in as back ups but other than that everybody is a newgen. It's difficult to spend £200million as Bournemouth. The players already good enough don't want to step down, the players that will be amazing in a few years cost 100million each and so in the middle is where Scott did his shopping. It must be difficult being a fan of a club like Bournemouth, one week they beat liverpool 1-0 at home which caused Gerrard to get sacked and then a few weeks later they will get thumped by a relegation candidate. Throughout the year the pre match form always said "inconsistent" which is a pretty fair way to round up the season. It's hard to talk too much about mid table, Bournemouth won some good games, doing the double over Arsenal, but then lost to some poor teams and got thumped by some top teams. In the end Scott was able to record a 9th place finish with Bournemouth which is incidentally their highest in-game finish In the cups, Bournemouth had reached the semi final of the FA Cup in each of the last 3 years, and the final twice. So of course this year, Scott was drawn away to Man Utd in round 3 and lost 1-0. In the Carabao cup, a fairly easy draw against Preston ended 0-0 and Bournemouth got knocked out on penalties. Next Season It's hard to say how long Scott will stay on the South Coast for. There are now some really good prospects at the club or joining soon, if Scott can push for 7th or 8th and get a cup run then he'll probably stay for a third season. If not then he won't be renewing his contract. The club is definitely not self sufficient and relies heavily on player sales to remain in the profit losing approximately £5million a month and so it may be difficult to retain the top prospects. This summer Scott is finally manaing in another International Competition. The 2031 African cup of Nations starts in June and Guinea-Bissau have an outside chance of winning it. Nigeria are probably the favourites as they've reached the final on each of the last 4 occasions but we'll have to wait and see. There were options to go to Algeria or Ivory Coast after the World Cup but Scott, perhaps foolishly, decided not to apply. Personnel Career Clubs Managed: 7 Nations Managed: 4 Trophies Won: 10 Runner Up Medals: 5 Manager of the Year: 3 2022, 2026/27, 2029, 2030 (Winner) | 2020, 2025/26 (Runner up) Number of Sackings: 2 (Kaizer Chiefs, Suwon) Career Earnings: £6 Million --------------------------------------------------- Club Career Season NAT Club Division Pos Cup 1 Cup 2 Cont CWC Things to Note 2020 CHI Nublense Primera Div B 6th R2 - - - Playoff Winners, U19s Runners up in Div 1 2021 CHI Curico Unido Primera Div 7th R2 - R1 - 2022 CHI Curico Unido Primera Div 1st Won - R1 - Domestic Double, MOTY 2022/23 ARG CA Union Superliga 17th R5 - - - Avoided Relegation 2023/24 ARG CA Union Superliga 15th R5 - - - Avoided Relegation 2024/25 ARG CA Union Superliga Resigned End of Phase 1 2025/26 RSA Kaizer Chiefs Asba Prem 2nd RU Won - - KO Cup Winners RU in other Comps 2026/27 RSA Kaizer Chiefs Asba Prem 3rd RU R1 Won - Champions League Winners, MOTY 2027 KOR Suwon K League 1 7th - QF - Joined July in 5th, Sakced September 15th 2027/28 ARG Velez Superliga 2nd - - - - Joined December in 8th 2028/29 ARG Velez Superliga 1st Won - QF - Domestic Double 2029/30 ARG Velez Superliga 2nd Won - Won - Copa Libertadores and Copa Argentina Winners, won both Supercups MOTY 2030/31 ENG AFC Bournemouth Premier League 9th R3 R2 - - Somehow won Superliga manager of the year for 2030 ---------------------------------------------------- International Career Season Nation Rank Continental World Cup Things to Note 2023 Honduras 67th - - Relegated from Nations League 2024 Honduras 72rd - - Qualified for Gold Cup 2025 2024 Russia 42nd - - 2nd in NL Div B 2026 Russia 30th - 2nd Rnd v SUI Topped Group, Lost to Switzerland 2027 Nigeria 12th RU - AFCON Runners Up, Resigned as manager 2031 Guinea-Bissau 66th ----------------------------------------------------- Challenge Progress 2/10 Leagues (Chile; Curico Unido 2022, Argentina; Velez 2028/29) 3/10 Cups (Copa Chile; Curico Unido 2022, RSA Telkom KO; Kaizer Chiefs 2025/26, Copa Argentina; Velez 2028) 2/5 Continental (Africa; Kaizer Chiefs 2026/27, South America; Velez 2029) 0/1 Worlds 0/5 Continental 0/1 Worlds Total 7/32
  6. Yeah I've been trying to play different tactics at each club but just forced everyone into a 4-4-2. Mashaine was a CAM hence why he got a lot more goal contribution than Palacio. Will be interesting to see who if anyone survives to stay in the team for the next decade. Even though it's a journeyman would like to take at least one player with me and have him play 500+ games under my management.
  7. I was inspired by @TheEarl s rolling best XI that he has in his updates. I wish FM helped haha. I went back and looked at the teams I'd managed best XIs from the season's I was in charge to remind me of some of the players and then caluclated the stats from the history tab. I had some idea of the players but was weird to see in 10 seasons I've never had a really good RB or RM
  8. Scott Williams 2030 End of Decade Review The end of the 2029/30 season sees the end of Scott's first decade in management. First up was Nublense in the Chilean Second Division. It was a tough season but eventually Scott gained promotion into the top flight via the playoffs. Into the second Season and Scott didn't hang around to stay at Nublense. Curico Unido offered a bigger budget and a better squad. This was proved as it took just two seasons for Scott to win his first trophies, picking up the league and cup double in 2022. After the seasons sucess Scott made the first poor switch, moving to Argentinian side Union. Here he spent two and a half seasons trying to build the club up in Argentina but was unable to do so as he spent all of his time struggling to survive eventually moving on to Kaizer Chiefs. At Kaizer Chiefs Scott returned to winning ways picking up two more cups and his first continental trophy, but sadly missed out on the league to a dominant Sundowns. Suwon happened next, a staggering 54 days in charge. Fianlly there has been Velez. Just missed out on the league at the end of the first season. Won the league and cup in the second but didn't manage much on the continental stage. In the third season, Scott picked up the Copa Libertadores title and a second cup win. In January he agreed to joing Bournemouth but stuck it out to try and win another league title. WIth a 3 point lead over second and a 5 point advantage over River things looked promising. It didn't start well in the second phase, drawing or losing 4 of thier first 6. The title decider against River came early on, after being 2-1 up Scott's side fell to a late winner to lose 3-2. Velez ended the season very strong winning their final 11 games in all competitions inlcuding this game. Went down to 10 men after 14 minutes and then 9 after 63. Somehow Velez managed to win thanks to a penalty and then a 95th minute header from a corner. It wasn't enough however, River won their last 14 league games and pinched the title from Velez by 1 point. It was close on the final day, River were 0-0 after 58 minutes but went 2-0 up, Union pulled 1 back late on but couldn't gift their old manager his second Superliga title. Manager Profile With South America and South Africa complete. This next decade will be spent in Europe trying to tick off as many competitions as possible and hopefull being able to pick up one or two international trophies. Team of the Decade All Time Best XI 2020-2030 Pos Player Name Club (Seasons) App G As Pm Avg Notes GK - Lucas Gonzales Velez (2029-30) 43 41 21 1 6.98 Haven't had a stand out GK until this season, Gonzales has made so many crucial saves including penalties. (G/As = Conc/Cln) LB - Agustin Araujo Nublense (2020) 30 5 11 5 7.32 Haven't had a better LB since the very first season in management CB - Gregory Balakasi K. Chiefs (2025-27) 53 4 5 0 7.18 Was solid for Chiefs helped to win the African CL CB - Felipe Hidalgo Velez (2028-29) 42 1 1 2 7.22 Would have been the best player by a mile if he had stayed this season RB - Gustavo Shmitt Velez (2028-30) 92 2 8 3 7.06 Has been solid without being a spectacular 92 games in 2 seasons isn't bad though LM - Santiago Aguero Velez (2027-30) 89 21 22 8 7.22 Just pipped Alessio to the LM position becuase of his goal contributions CM - Pablo Palacio Velez (2027-30) 119 6 28 13 7.36 Played the most games for me and easy to see why CM - Wandisile Mashiane K. Chiefs (2025-26) 53 24 17 9 7.62 Probably the best player I've had in the 10 years. His Avg rating speaks for itself RM - Nevari Mabaho K. Chiefs (2025-27) 59 12 14 1 7.16 Haven't had many good RMs, scored some crucial goals in the CL ST - David Escalante Nublense (2020) 40 27 Na Na 7.32 First season at Nublense was unreal, wasn't so hot at Curico Unido ST - Ayande Gopane K. Chiefs (2025-26) 40 27 5 5 7.19 Tough to pick a second ST as had lots of good ones. Gets it on goals to games ratio Honorable Mentions/Subs Sergio Ortiz (CB) Velez Filled the void left by Hidalgo in the final season at Velez with a 7.32 rating. Would make the XI after another season. Alexis Alessio (LM) If he hadn't gone to arsenal (£46 million) would probably be in the starting XI. 7.45 rating before the switch. Juan Makil (CM) Avg rating of 7.51 in first of two seasons at Velez Ayrton Montenegro (ST) 40 goals in 72 apps Daniel Ngwenya (CM) K. Chiefs Another great CM but not quite the levels of the two above Oscar Hernandez (CM) Curico Unido The only player really worth a mention from Unido despite the title winning season.
  9. Scott Williams Manager Movement Velez --> AFC Bournemouth Scott Williams has agreed a deal to take charge at AFC Bournemouth come the end of the season. He has agreed a two year deal on £52,000 p/w. Scott has decided to stay at Velez until the end of the season and will hope to add another league title to his collection. Bournemouth are currently 10th in the league after 31 games. Whilst other Premiership clubs would have become available at the end of the season Scott feels that Bournemouth will be a good stepping stone to build his reputation in England and bag himself a top job in the coming seasons. Scott will be linking up with some familiar faces as Bournemouth have raided the Velez academy in recent years.
  10. Scott Williams What Next? During the season Scott applied for a number of international jobs but didnt recieve offers for any. Eventually after being off the international stage for nearly 3 years, Scott took the role of Guinea-Bissau maanger. Currently ranked 66th in the world they have a number of attacking threats. The 2030 WC is set to take place in the summer witth Guinea-Bissau failing to qualify, Scott will most likely apply for any of the international jobs going after the competition finishes. On the club front its probably time to head to Europe, honeslty don't think I can face North America after spending so long in the South but if one of the top clubs come available we will see. With another 18 months left on the contract will probably stay on until something comes available. Don't think it will look good to resign in January. Few Bits From Velez Flavio Mello Monteiro - £35Million from Flamengo. Already had 4 good CBs to fill the Hidalgo shaped void in Velez defence so Scott opted to make the loan signing permanent after he scored 4 goals in 2 games. Alexis Alessio - Product of the youth system. Struggled to know where to play him for the last few seasons, but he has taken the LM spott Aguero this season and been in the form of his life Mathias Reyes - £275K from Rentistas. Scott's scouts may have just found the next Cavani, I'm sure he'll be looking to bring him to Europe with him in the next few years. I'm going to add a save file at this point and continue as velez manager away from this challenge, probably not until I've finished the challenge. They've nearly maxed out all the facilities, are looking to build a new stadium, Scott's now a favoured personel and there's a real chance of him becoming a legend. There are some unbelievable youth players at the club breaking into the first team in the next few seasons and it would be a shame to just leave all that behind. Edit: Scott has now played the Copa Argentina final and so I'll add it here. Nothing happened in this match outside of the first and last minute. 0:16, Independiente get a red card. 90+3 Independiente make it 1-0, 90+4 Velez equalise. Penalties finish 5-4 to Velez. Third year in a row, two in a row for Scott. Personnel Career Clubs Managed: 6 Nations Managed: 4 Trophies Won: 8 Runner Up Medals: 4 Manager of the Year: 2 2022, 2026/27 (Winner) | 2020, 2025/26 (Runner up) Number of Sackings: 2 (Kaizer Chiefs, Suwon) Career Earnings: £3 Million --------------------------------------------------- Club Career Season NAT Club Division Pos Cup 1 Cup 2 Cont CWC Things to Note 2020 CHI Nublense Primera Div B 6th R2 - - - Playoff Winners, U19s Runners up in Div 1 2021 CHI Curico Unido Primera Div 7th R2 - R1 - 2022 CHI Curico Unido Primera Div 1st Won - R1 - Domestic Double, MOTY 2022/23 ARG CA Union Superliga 17th R5 - - - Avoided Relegation 2023/24 ARG CA Union Superliga 15th R5 - - - Avoided Relegation 2024/25 ARG CA Union Superliga Resigned End of Phase 1 2025/26 RSA Kaizer Chiefs Asba Prem 2nd RU Won - - KO Cup Winners RU in other Comps 2026/27 RSA Kaizer Chiefs Asba Prem 3rd RU R1 Won - Champions League Winners, MOTY 2027 KOR Suwon K League 1 7th - QF - Joined July in 5th, Sakced September 15th 2027/28 ARG Velez Superliga 2nd - - - - Joined December in 8th 2028/29 ARG Velez Superliga 1st Won - QF - Domestic Double 2029/30 ARG Velez Superliga Won - Won - Copa Libertadores and Copa Argentina Winners ---------------------------------------------------- International Career Season Nation Rank Continental World Cup Things to Note 2023 Honduras 67th - - Relegated from Nations League 2024 Honduras 72rd - - Qualified for Gold Cup 2025 2024 Russia 42nd - - 2nd in NL Div B 2025 Russia 39th Qualified for WC Finals 2026 2026 Russia 30th - 2nd Rnd v SUI Topped Group, Lost to Switzerland 2027 Nigeria 12th RU - AFCON Runners Up, Resigned as manager 2030 Guinea-Bissau 66th ------------------------------ Challenge Progress 2/10 Leagues (Chile; Curico Unido 2022, Argentina; Velez 2028/29) 3/10 Cups (Copa Chile; Curico Unido 2022, RSA Telkom KO; Kaizer Chiefs 2025/26, Copa Argentina; Velez 2028) 2/5 Continental (Africa; Kaizer Chiefs 2026/27, South America; Velez 2029) 0/1 Worlds 0/5 Continental 0/1 Worlds Total 7/32
  11. Scott Williams 2029 Winter Update Velez The League and cup are pretty redundent as Scott has already won them both however after a shakey start Velez managed to fight their way to the top of the Superliga. In the cup Velez will look to win win it for a thrid time in a row beating Union, Belgrano and Racing Club on the way to the final where they face independiente. Copa Libertadores To Recap, Velez finished second on goal difference in their group to Athletico Mineiro. Round 2 (definitley) Quarter Final (maybe) Semi Final (maybe) Final (maybe)
  12. Yeah if I were staying on with Velez i'd be delighted but want to be moving on in 6 months (after the Libertadores finishes, assuming i win it). Like all good managers that now have a hole in their back four I bought some great strikers and a 35 year old Dybala
  13. Well Scott's task of winning the Copa Libertadores just got tougher. Deadline day in England and Argentina. Chilean CB Hidalgo is subject of many bids from Premier League teams, with Real Madrid also interested. He was signed for 1.3 million at the start of last season. Scott renewed his contract and managed to get in a release clause of £50 million to hopefully deter any buyers. Offers came in for 4mil, then 7mil, 10mil etc. slowly creeping up to the 50 million mark. Then along comes Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. "Here Scott I'll give you the £50million" On the one hand £48.7 million profit after 31 league games is pretty good going. On the other, that's the clubs best player gone with only 8 hours left to try to replace him.
  14. Scott Williams 2028/29 End of Season Mini Review Velez Preview | League Table | Graph | Results Been a few weeks since Scott's universe has been visisted so this is an update for me as much as it is you. Velez went into the second phase unbeaten but with a narrow lead over rivals River. It only took 4 games for that unbeaten run to come to an end and but a few games later Scott managed to do the domestic double over River with a 4-0 win at home. After that game there was 4 points between the two teams. There was then a stretch of games where when one side dropped points so did the other and when one side won as did the other. This made for a nervy middle section of the season with Velez constantly looking over their shoulders. Fortunatel for Scott, River went on to lose 4games in a row dropping them out of the title race. Newell's were the only team to worry about but with a 9 point gap it was all but mathematicall secured. Eventually with 2 games to go Scott finally got his hands on his second league title, 7 years after his first. Copa Argentina and Libertadores As always the competitions run across two seasons. Scott will face fmailiar opposition in Union at the start of next season in the 6th round of the cup. Velez managed to qualify from their Libertadores group in second place to Athletico Mineiro, with both mathces finishing 3-1 to the home sides. Personnel Career Clubs Managed: 6 Nations Managed: 3 Trophies Won: 6 Runner Up Medals: 4 Manager of the Year: 2 2022, 2026/27 (Winner) | 2020, 2025/26 (Runner up) Number of Sackings: 2 (Kaizer Chiefs, Suwon) Career Earnings: £2.6 Million --------------------------------------------------- Club Career Season NAT Club Division Pos Cup 1 Cup 2 Cont CWC Things to Note 2020 CHI Nublense Primera Div B 6th R2 - - - Playoff Winners, U19s Runners up in Div 1 2021 CHI Curico Unido Primera Div 7th R2 - R1 - 2022 CHI Curico Unido Primera Div 1st Won - R1 - Domestic Double, MOTY 2022/23 ARG CA Union Superliga 17th R5 - - - Avoided Relegation 2023/24 ARG CA Union Superliga 15th R5 - - - Avoided Relegation 2024/25 ARG CA Union Superliga Resigned End of Phase 1 2025/26 RSA Kaizer Chiefs Asba Prem 2nd RU Won - - KO Cup Winners RU in other Comps 2026/27 RSA Kaizer Chiefs Asba Prem 3rd RU R1 Won - Champions League Winners, MOTY 2027 KOR Suwon K League 1 7th - QF - Joined July in 5th, Sakced September 15th 2027/28 ARG Velez Superliga 2nd - - - - Joined December in 8th 2028/29 ARG Velez Superliga 1st Won - QF - Domestic Double ---------------------------------------------------- International Career Season Nation Rank Continental World Cup Things to Note 2023 Honduras 67th - - Relegated from Nations League 2024 Honduras 72rd - - Qualified for Gold Cup 2025 2024 Russia 42nd - - 2nd in NL Div B 2025 Russia 39th Qualified for WC Finals 2026 2026 Russia 30th - 2nd Rnd v SUI Topped Group, Lost to Switzerland 2027 Nigeria 12th RU - AFCON Runners Up, Resigned as manager ------------------------------ Challenge Progress 2/10 Leagues (Chile; Curico Unido 2022, Argentina; Velez 2028/29) 3/10 Cups (Copa Chile; Curico Unido 2022, RSA Telkom KO; Kaizer Chiefs 2025/26, Copa Argentina; Velez 2028) 1/5 Continental (Africa; Kaizer Chiefs 2026/27) 0/1 Worlds 0/5 Continental 0/1 Worlds Total 6/32
  15. How on earth have Rosario Central made the final, funny how we're similar lengths of time into the game and on yours they're competing for continental success, on mine they're struggling to survive in the Superliga
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