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  1. I'm starting the challenge with FC Putnok. Predicted to finish last, but I am hungary for success!
  2. In that case, no. There is a limit to short passing. And if they can't pass it short they will kick it long.
  3. Season 2024/25 - SM Caen - Ligue 1 - France After our surprising promotion the mission was clear, stay up at all costs. So my task was to rebuild the squad and make it competitive in Ligue 1 against teams like PSG, Monaco and Marseilles. Ligue 1 Table - It was a good season. We even looked to finish higher in the table but in the end I'm happy with our performances. Coupe de France - PSG were unbeatable. Squad - Only half of our players are good enough for Ligue 1. I'm not a big fan of loans but Dimo Krastev was a solid player. Transfers - I think this wa
  4. I watch so little football these days, I did not even know about Euro Cup II...
  5. I usually don't do this, but my strikers are 18, 19 and 20 years old and I think they need some guidance.
  6. Season Review 2023/24 - SM Caen - Ligue 2 - France After my change to SM Caen I first had to clean out the mess of my predecessor. The squad was bloated, the salary budget overstretched, key players were overaged and many players wanted to leave the club. Not an easy undertaking, especially since the start of the season had come close and I found no buyers for many players. In addition, there were already some player purchases in the future, unfortunately all players that I would never have bought myself and that did not fit to my way of playing. In short, I started the season with a bu
  7. Bonjour! So... I wanted a new challenge outside of England. My reputation was now high enough and I decided to go to SM Caen in Ligue 2, France. They missed the playoffs last year, so they should be in a good position to get a promotion this year. Vive la France! Thanks for your comments guys!
  8. Season Review 2022/2023 - Fleetwood Town FC - League One After my switch to Fleetwood in May I had to rebuild nearly their entire squad because a lot of their key players wanted to leave. I managed to make a 9M Euro profit with player sales, which pleased the board and gave me money to re-invest. We managed to start with a 1st round cup win in July but had a bit of a shaky start with 3 losses in the first few games. August ended with 3 straight wins, in September we had mixed results. October was a perfect month with 6 straight wins, 5 of them in the league. November was decent, December
  9. Season 2021/2022 - Yeovil Town F.C. - National League Competitions We were expected to finish in the top half but after winning 14 (!) matches in a row at the start of the season it was clear that this squad was capable of winning the league. And so we did! In the FA Cup we beat 2 League One teams before losing against Championship team Leeds. It was a narrow loss and Leeds boss Hernan Crespo gave me props, so I'm fine with that. :-) My former team Concord sadly was relegated. Squad Small squad for this league (46 games + 2 cups), but I had to
  10. Do you remember this guy from Man Utd? I think I made some really good transfer business with him, although he has dreadful mental attributes he is still far too good for the National League.
  11. Thanks guys, appreciate it! I realised how big the step from Concord to Yeovil was when I saw their squad the first time. Huge difference!
  12. I decided to apply for the Yeovil job and got it. They have 3x the wage budget and pro status. But still can't get a coaching licence...
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