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About Northernpilgrim

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    Father of two, married, played FM and CM before it since the very beginning.

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    Cheshire

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    Watching Argyle, Football Manager, Running

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    Plymouth Argyle

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    Chester FC

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  1. For anyone who didn't work it out, the former Argyle manager my attributes were based on was: NEIL WARNOCK (Argyle manager from June 1995 to February 1997)
  2. All that remains now is for me to post my Wikipedia page style write-up, which I've done on several careers over the last couple of years, so here it is Jamie Sheehan From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to navigationJump to search Jamie Sheehan Personal information Full name Jamie Sheehan Date of birth 1979 Place of birth Truro, England Height 1.67m (5ft 6 in)[1] Club information Current team Plymouth Argyle (manager) Teams managed Years Team 2019-2024 Plymouth Argyle 2024-2027 Everton 2027-2028 England 2029 Manchester City 2029-2031 Plymouth Argyle Jamie Mark Sheehan[2] born 1979), known as Jamie Sheehan,is an English football manager, who currently manages Premier League outfit Plymouth Argyle. Sheehan revealed at his unveiling press conference that he is a Plymouth Argyle supporter, and said it was an honour to manage his boyhood club. Early life and career[edit] Jamie Sheehan was born in Truro,[8] and played as a professional footballer, obtaining his UEFA Pro Licence before joining Plymouth Argyle Managerial career[edit] Plymouth Argyle At the start of the 2019/20 season, Sheehan was appointed as manager of Plymouth Argyle, to replace the outgoing Ryan Lowe. He won promotion from League 2 as runners-up in his first season, won League 1 in 2022, and was promoted in the SkyBet Championship playoffs in 2023, taking Plymouth Argyle to the Premier League for the first time ever for the 2023/24 season. Sheehan left in January 2024 to join Premier League rivals Everton. Everton Sheehan led Everton to the Premier League title in 2025/26, their first in 40 years. He left in July 2027 to take up the England job England He was in charge of England for almost exactly a year, taking charge of 17 matches. 15 wins, 1 draw and 1 defeat were not enough to prevent him being sacked after a semi final exit to Portugal at Euro 2028. Manchester City After 10 months out of work, Sheehan joined Manchester City. He led them to the top of the Premier League, before resigning in November 2029 after just 4 months in the job. The reason would become clear, as exactly 2 weeks later, on 1st December 2029, he rejoined Plymouth Argyle Plymouth Argyle Sheehan rejoined Argyle almost 6 years after leaving, and led them back to the Premier League at his first attempt. His second season saw them finish in 9th in the Premier League, their highest ever position, and reaching a first ever FA Cup Final, where they lost to Liverpool. Sheehan retired at the end of the season. Managerial statistics[edit] As of match played on 24 May 2031 Team From To Record Ref P W D L Win % Plymouth Argyle 24 Jun 2019 11 Jan 2024 259 145 44 60 55.98 Everton 11 Jan 2024 4 Jul 2027 171 104 24 43 60.82 England 4 Jul 2027 9 Jul 2028 17 15 1 1 88.24 Manchester City 3 Jul 2029 17 Nov 2029 19 16 1 2 84.21 Plymouth Argyle 1 Dec 2029 25 May 2031 78 36 20 22 46.15 Total 534 316 90 128 59.18 Honours[edit] Individual SkyBet League 1 Manager of the Month October 2021 SkyBet League 1 Manager of the Month December 2021 SkyBet League 1 Manager of the Month February 2022 SkyBet League 1 Manager of the Month March 2022 SkyBet League 1 Manager of the Month April 2022 SkyBet League 1 Manager of the Year 2021/22 SkyBet Championship Manager of the Month September 2022 SkyBet Championship Manager of the Month March 2023 Premier League Manager of the Month February 2025 Premier League Manager of the Month February 2026 Premier League Manager of the Month March 2026 Premier League Manager of the Year 2025/26 Premier League Manager of the Month October 2026 Premier League Manager of the Month December 2027 Premier League Manager of the Month August 2029 Premier League Manager of the Month October 2029 Team SkyBet League 1 2021/22 Premier League 2025/26 See also[edit] References[edit]
  3. That was indeed the end for me at Argyle, as I've handed in my resignation
  4. Club awards night time, and the winners are Here are the season stats and the review of what should have been a relegation fight, but turned into mid table obscurity and a highest ever league finish
  5. Here are the teams ahead of the FA Cup Final It didn't really go to plan although the 2 red cards were not the reason, we were totally overrun before that, Liverpool killed us
  6. May wasn't a great way to end the league season but we should have beaten Burnley, after taking a 2-0 lead meaning we end the season 9th
  7. Not a bad month at all in April, with only one defeat. The only disappointment was a deserved draw with Derby We end the month 9th, guaranteed Premier League football for next season, and through to Argyle's first ever FA Cup Final, after winning in only our second ever FA Cup Semi. My last game in charge will therefore be the FA Cup Final
  8. Unbeaten in March, but we drew all three league games The draw with Brighton in the league was fair enough as it was a very even game, as was the Fulham game, but we really should have beaten Crystal Palace, only conceding an equaliser in stoppage time which left us 11th with 38 points. One more win will take us over the 40 points and certain safety
  9. Have you still got the save file? If you do, post on the bug forum and one of the mods might be able to help
  10. I was expecting a maximum of three points in February. We did rather better than that and really should have beaten Chelsea too, as we let a 2-0 lead slip but that leaves us 11th in the table, 14 points above the bottom three, with 11 games to go. Edging closer to survival
  11. One arrival, four departures in January Collins is a central defender, and a direct replacement for Sean Wilson
  12. We lost the opening game of January, but then went 5 games unbeaten, winning four We ended the month in the top half, 12 points clear of the bottom three. We're still not safe, but we probably need 2 or 3 wins from 14 games
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