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  1. Liverpool FC: 2066/67 Review My first season in charge in the Premier League was full of excitement and we entered it with high hopes of a positive campaign. In the end a season that promised so much turned into a season of disappointment as we consistently fell short throughout. I cleared a host of the squad upon arrival as well as grabbing a few new signings to add my stamp. Our biggest arrival was the £53,000,000 deal for holding midfielder Adrianinho but there was also a £35,000,000 deal for Antonio Bottini and a £21,000,000 signing of Maurice Graham from Celtic. Despite of those expe
  2. South Korea: 2067 Asia Cup The summer saw me take on two new managerial positions having resigned after a successful campaign in France with Paris Saint Germain. At club level I took charge of Liverpool and internationally I returned for a second spell at the helm of South Korea. With the Asia Cup taking place midway through the campaign I saw it as an opportunity to try and pick up another international trophy with one of the biggest sides in the competition. Previously I took South Korea to the final of the competition before disappointingly losing out to Australia. This time I hoped to
  3. Good to see some familiar faces. First time I’ve browsed this thread in a while but there’s a lot to read! @hasdgfasso glad to see you end your save on a high! It was a really good read!
  4. July 2066: Career Update A successful campaign in France saw me crowned league champions as well as Coupe de France winners and saw me decide to walk away from my contract with Paris Saint Germain after just a year in charge. My period of unemployment after my resignation from Paris lasted a little over one month. Funnily enough I actually went on to end my international break too by picking up the next job in my international career. I return to a nation I have already managed during my long career. The opportunity came up at the end of the World Cup where South Korea had disap
  5. Paris Saint Germain: 2065/66 Review After six success filled years with FC Porto I departed for France after receiving an offer to take charge of PSG. Perennial winners and mega rich, it was an opportunity I simply couldn’t turn down. Domestically they’ve dominated French football for a long time and I saw it as an opportunity to arrive and quickly win trophies. My aim was to come in and try to chalk off another league and domestic cup as quickly as possible. That being said, I attempted that in Portugal and it went on to take me five years to achieve. I arrived late in pre-season meaning
  6. You are right. There is the South African FA Cup and the Knockout Cup (Telekom Cup). There’s also the Super-8 Cup which is just a knockout for the top-8 sides in the Premier League the previous season.
  7. Career Update: July 2065 My period of unemployment lasted just over a month after my decision to resign as manager of FC Porto after a trophy laden spell. I definitely ended up falling on my feet as I was welcomed back to France as the manager of Paris Saint Germain on a three year deal. I had a spell in France previously with AS Monaco where I was unable to topple the mighty PSG. Now I try to make them as dominant as possible. My arrival here comes after a board takeover that saw them sack their existing manager. Ironically he has now moved on to become the manager of the team I departed
  8. FC Porto: 2064/65 Review Having finally clinched the league title last season it was time to come back and have one more season at the helm of this great club. I’d decided this would be my last season with this side, aiming to win a second straight title and put to shame any arguments that last seasons success was down to a poor showing from Benfica. I planned to win as much silverware as possible before departing, but the league title was my real priority. The summer was fairly active but not so much on incomings. Central defensive stalwart Gaston Lopez was our biggest departure after th
  9. Spain: Euro 2064 There was very little time to dwell on my successful campaign with FC Porto before the European Championships kicked off in host nations Belgium and the Netherlands. My club side had lifted three trophies but now my focus shifted onto one more, the European Championships. My squad selection was fairly straightforward although did include a few surprises. I left out one big name but decided to include a couple of players yet to make their international debuts. One of them was 29-year old holding midfielder Adria Albert on the books at AS Monaco. I had managed him during my
  10. I’m keen to take that job as they seem to compete in the Copa America when they host it. Doesn’t seem to be every edition but they beat me in the semi final when I was in charge at Brazil. It could be helpful to tick off the Gold Cup and Copa America seeing as they’re ranked number one in the world too. I have got to wait for the job to become available though. I was out today so I haven’t played any of the Euros with Spain yet but I will be resigning when that tournament is over. My hope is I can pick up the Mexico job as my next international stop.
  11. FC Porto: 2063/64 Review My spell in charge of both FC Porto and Spain had been hugely successful, but there was still one major trophy eluding me. Winning the Portuguese league title had proven frustrating. Especially last season when we went the whole campaign without defeat but still only managed to come 2nd to Benfica, whom we had beaten both home and away. My time in Portugal was nearly done, but winning the title had become an obsession and was holding me back from moving on to pastures new. The summer wasn’t too busy. The pre arranged deal for Ajax striker Gerard Mulder-Marinus wen
  12. FC Porto: 2062/63 Review After winning the World Cup as manager of Spain I entered my fourth season at the helm of FC Porto hoping to finally lift that elusive first Portuguese league title. My time here has seen my side win everything apart from the league and I was hoping this year would be the one that saw us complete the missing piece of the puzzle. The summer may have been shortened by the World Cup but we actually had a very busy one. We raked in a little over £200,000,000 on player sales and also brought in a few new faces. The biggest name to arrive was 30-year old Brazilian midfi
  13. Spain: 2062 World Cup My season with FC Porto had been full of success as we lifted four trophies and performed well across the board. After enjoying that it was time to focus on the World Cup in China, leading my highly rated Spain side. We had qualified for the competition with real ease and went into the competition considered one of the favourites to win it. We entered ranked second in the world to Mexico, and I had high hopes that we could go a long way as I looked to try and end my apparent hoodoo in major international tournaments. The squad I named for the tournament didn’t includ
  14. FC Porto: 2061/62 Review Having clinched a shock Champions League crown last season it left me with just the Portuguese league title to get my hands on with this club. The summer would be spent trying to piece together a squad capable of doing just that. Before we got that opportunity though we found ourselves in Finland competing in the Club World Cup. We beat São Paulo and Monterrey both 1-0 to win our group, before suffering a shock 1-2 defeat to Gremio in the quarter finals. I was disappointed to crash out of a competition, but struggling to keep players fit after a long season it was
  15. FC Porto: 2060/61 Review After coming so close in the past season to winning the title this campaign was all about trying to go one better. I’d enjoyed a miserable summer with Brazil at the Copa America though, a losing semi-final performance seeing me sacked as manager. I was hunting a new international role whilst also trying to improve my Porto squad to make us contenders across a whole range of competitions. We didn’t conduct a lot of transfer business but did flash £56,000,000 on striker Wilson Vanegas from Barcelona. I was hoping he could be the man to find the net refuge lately and
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